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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 5, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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S I.: :, JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. AtGUST 5. .874. r ; ) NO.39; '' i

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.0TljE NEW SOUTH. cepted,) and Florida tlaimed, which\ >etter class' 'of lands produce from persons number r their cattle, by'thousands PROFESSIONAI., CARDS ; 4 iHSCELLANEoJg.A I I GROCERIES ANtS'SOvtSIONSt *t!;,
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claim is supported by accurate and twenty to thirty bushels. But thereare and to-day there is nothing our I S 5'

PUBLISHED EVER WEDNESDAY. AND well-authenticated statistics to be as some instances where as 'much as people feel the benefit' much of as LJ F. COLCORD, 7f ELLQNVILLE HOUSE, Ii i [ 'TQ.EYERYBODY.

..SATURDAY.OFSUrtSCRlPTJOlft healthy as any Southern State': Severe seventy bushels per'acre has betn produced -' they do from the cattle trade with ,. IMPORTANT -.%,
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TERMS diseases seldom occur on highly manured lands.' Cuba as well as our own Atlantic -
malignant I S&uf-.wlrtoJ. H. Crowett' lrj a g nun e*ankt In tKWaycf Cigars-1
!Fire m-or more":[copies.,maIIlWt.cribets.f}oo each and;j.o a.per extra annum.copy here, and as far as my information I The evidence from all parts of the cities.' And I know ;of nothing that MELLONVILLE.ORANGE COUNTY FLA. W'_. &c..ao to. J

will be sent lo every dub,/teo received at one ume.WBKSXV. extends, persons accustomed'to more State will be corroborated that Florida augurs' the future prosperity of our Comer Bay.' and Ocean streets. S /" ' Uquo.s1' .'fI

mall subscribers. per nnum. Tea latitudes whether ftom this is superior to all. States in -.the than. a of I. I. 'S .3.sLT0GNLi... .
" copies Jt.ys each; Twenty copies. $t.6o; Fifty cop- northern country more (disposition Highest cash pricec paid SIr Hides. Skins.'Fort, Jo-S-iy. S J ,' lutE. Proprietor.p.IDDELL .'
.; ie ,'1.40 each. country ot Europe, sta/id the climate Union ;in the production of.sweet po, many of our peopleto ,reclaim their W.z S S '...wIT '' S S S .'S. a' -J. S "'S, .,'S "',t #, SS

j ADVERTISING- RATES: just as well .here and have as little aloes. The, yield varies ,from one, plantations; by reeding,,them in. grass N.. BETTES ; HOUSE. ," ,; S' ', S

j Sun-Wud.Y.1 CM>per inch or leu,first insertion: sickness as any ofour native born citi two, three and four hundred bushels and turningthem into stock-farms. I J. S If yon wish ta take'reertattoo 1st a fooo giawt .rBJUards.

iSS each subsequent insertion. jo cem>. zens. It is true we have very few per acre, and I have known as manyas do not know of any ,class of persons PHYSICIAN AND, SURGEON, FERNANDINA. .t ; FLA. S' ..go w J.TOGNre Saloon Baiitrees.u_' .,* '
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. WEEKLY. '.15 prf Inch or ten,first insertion: each Europeans I living here, yet there are five hundred.bushels being grown that have succeeded better than those S. S : .,Jir.o, .
uUcqucnt in enioiu 75 cents. f' Jackaonvm vFla.Orncx SAJ.IUD.r. RIDDEL!*.Proprietor j S'S""S S -. "A t.
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some from Germany England, Ire on a. single acre. Irish potatoes do engaged raising sheep. Florida is '
1: Sftei+t A'fticrt tt tents per line.TEHMS Horms-From IUU 9*.m.and is till a p.m. S :
(, CASH land and Sweden, living in this,vicil1i.I well, though they are not planted destined to be a great'wool growing Vinci AMD RiMiimo Corner Ocean and Monroe 495pcndld surf bathing.: Imported Bass"Ale oa draught. Ca3 far if;| *T _

";i, : IK ADVANCE.Addrs I who labor in the sun, and they areas any great extent.. A sufficient quanti. country, and'with the grasses we' are '. 6-7-601 S.Mapi cat drive of eighteen miles on the finest the BUfianl *. -
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: ** ADAMS CARRUTH Jacksonville&, }CO.1ori4a.k :, healthy a class as can be found ty are raised for home use during the now introducing revolution in this AtlantT bsnt ; .S .; --"

r5 anywhere. There are some German spring,, and one of our' industrious respect will soon take >,place. Dr: B AER & DARKENS, .kcesbiLtarne2cs:! ;,) ._ _- __ 3S5 3Rfr S
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The Marion County Region of Florida. families living in this village who have fruit and vegetable growers shipped a Butt, of this place, gentleman .of I ." I I II OPEN SU1.nmR : 'JOHN'-CLARK, I IJ -" ,'-.t'' "K'L ,

k j a number of children, none of whom number of barrels to .New Yore the large experience ii/ormation, and TWC Y WHOLESALE. GROCERS,;,i { "-4 ;"..3 DURING-S .>- ".-'.Aj.ti.-to.THE-,.; : C '- M, '.j .. ; : .

Our rearere may r.m.nL.r3bat on have died., In fact, I have not known past spring and ,got good prices for who was :raised In the middle. States S JACKSONVILLE} FLA.. S S ..' ; i ..1 $ -

the 8th of July we published in the any of the children detained from thent.: and has seen much, of thecountry in I "BOARDf S S 100 '. ,, :. .
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NEW SOUTH, a very full arid exhaustive school- on'account sickness. 4. A great many farms can be pur- its.time, is of the opinion that this 49-Gocds 31D at Savannah and Charleston prices. I Per day week.. -, ;.- fromSinis.co4 l*.& ,' S S 55 .

i letter of inquiry a$ to the char 2. No portion of the day is forbid- chased in this part.of Florida. Manyof i cOlntryi i is the better adapted ,to the I ,Snctorj arrangements made with unilie; S 5 S MERCHANT'AKft .t ona

den work in the open field.' But gen the farms are large, ,and a large cultivation of grasses than any he ever- &, kOOKER : DBAUX 1W ". ,-1-? 1IRcczRIE.
and of Florida from 'NORTON ,
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erally, our farmers take about two portionof themin a dilapidated ,con- saw. Of Jhe African Guinea'grass;' Floe livery accommodatic '

[: F. Adolf Hagnauer, 125 Bank street, hours for rest, at noon, during the litipn.! Houses going ,to decay and which has lately been introduced into streets KtAL,Jacksonville ESTATE DEAf. Florida.Ek$, corner Ocean and Bay Open after June lit under above tents. 64 sa' I PROVISIONS, 9'S I5 '

F f.i Cleveland, Ohio. We inserted the summer months. ences rottening'downS for .the_ want vl>f this country, the Doctor has' less than Money loaned on Real Estate security. General: < RAY "; SEGARS.70' *."eji.\. 1"_- .
1 Life and '
Fire Insurance Agents and dealers in PineLands ETROPbUTAN .
letter in the hope that answers that 3. The soil, climate and produc- leiants. Before emancipation, !these one sixteenth part pfan acre5'planted ; Plantations.&&. Springfield suburb a specialty. : HOTEL Sole S Agents- for.Florida" for .". .".
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might be elicited would tend to attract tions of Alachua and Marion counties firms, containing from one hundredto in his: garden, from which he has'' fed Correspondence ;solicited 3 afiswdr _, S S S .1, Averul's Chemical Pabrt.ucf.it. .
the The farm'- thousand re's 'were'in' high his horse and calf ,all JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
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attention of the are. prettymuch same. one a cow keeping S : .' i IP Jt S' whites Patent Money Dr
the immigrating ing lands of Marion are generallyhigher ) state of cultivatiun. They are now without any other food being given C. DREW, Win remain 5' 5 -"I'..
J.B. open during Summer fcr the accommodation Apaarori'1.
Swiss,whom Mr.'Hagnauer represents, dryer and more rocky than ofiered for sale for $1, $2, $3, $4 and them. .. .T AMS. LIZZIE BAUER. ;. ; t. SS
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as well as that of French, Spanish and Alachua. The fig ,docs well, but I $5 per acre. Not more 'than they 13. What fruit,we' ,raise to sell ismostly S COUNSELLOR-AT.IJVW-AND of the travelling, public and" ..citizens generally. S a'a*

Italian immigrants, as showing the think there are other portions of the once would, Rave rented for. These shipped to'Northern: markets, S S S VOLtLt.r.ad, .
fJ: Prices Reduced. t' : U
of State for raising : State where it' does better. The banana lands are generally, of "the very best and .considerable ;was done this year Office in the new Freedman a Bank EuHding.cornct Greatly ,Axa ,,_ '_ j
special capacity our Pin and Forsyth Streets Jacksonville.Eta.a. .' ,.
,, the 1 grows finely and the people of quality, consisting of' both' hammockand in shipping vegetables by some of our .. AMXBBWS.. |. ..C.!>.IV. S RATE .PEIt...DAY $ o ;Van Brunt&&Ero'''lJne Sam-Fad .t-.
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peculiar crops this county are engaged to a considerable -,: pine, land' most of which containa enterprising .citizens, with very satisfactory I-n t 5- .d\ \ S FROM NEW YORE;'.l. !-J'to.c
4 inhabitants of: Southern Europe areS extent in 1ts cultivation. A marl or a clay sub-soil. I don't results. > '
M.& II. J. BAKER. and liberal terms by the week and month. fc
most habituated. i gentleman in this vicinity has plantedas wish to make the Impression .by stating 14. 'If' any season"" of the year' is J S ,. I ,'" rw36-i a 'Bay Street.Jackson-* ,-JTonJaFl '- < .

We gladly copy 'from the East much as twelve acres in bananas. that so", many plantations are uncultivated more favorable for immigration than ATTORNEYSATLAWOFFICE TABLE BOARD S AT t.REDUCED RATES'S ,. I ...

Florida JJanncr, than which iio paper: Most of them are now bearing. Yet,: that our 'laborers have another, it is curing the months'of Reeds Building.' B.A N K : :.i;- 1Q
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as we are sometimes'visited by frost, abandoned the country' or that our October; November and December,;, Szy The patronage of the public repectfufly'iolcfte&S ;:
in the State has been more steadilyand I &- Jackaovi1e.F1orda ... DCALKI hi j $sa 3 S
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we cannot reasonably expect more population dq not'work. Such i is not 15. From the, general health that ,r. S < 5' '5' 5." 5 p"A
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intelligently devoted to her best than two-thirds of': what pure.y. tropical the case. It is chiefly owing to the Northerners and Europeans have enjoyed )AMts M.3AI*.: mrroii J.BAJCIKH S April-sibI77'2SS. KXI"Proprietor GROCERIES. AND' : PROVISION. ,! :

interests, a very full, carefully drawn clime! would yield. large number of homesteads that have .that.live in the interior Flori- : BAY SUE T.jACKS xVti. :.

and conscientious reply Irons the penS Lemons limes citron and grape been taken up. This county containsa da, I.have no hesitation, or the last : B. BEEBEj Gcat'! hunislung goods tow.at Bnjs., .. ..-..:.-"

rjf Hon. E. J. Harris of Ocala fruit do well ir\\ this county in favorable large amount of public lands, and scruples of conscience, in advising,the ,, : '. S
situations; such as near the margin nearly 1500 entries have been made: peuple,)'ou name to settle here. ,ARCHITECT: FOR SALE OR.RENT-COUNTRY. Alwaaecpa- on hand. '. ..

Of the credibility, capacity and entire oflaKes and rivers. Th' oe fruits being mostly by our laboring: c1 sses. Hence -J 16. 1 do not think,'that immigrants ROOM No.*.MASONIC BUILDING, -" --. --' -- -- HAY CORN; OATS 111AGROUNIFEED

'. reliability of Mr. Harris, nothing rrore tender than: the orange, requiresome the'1ab r'has'only been changed from are' n danger of 'being exposed or es- t-36-15I,5-IO ,7.CkZOril.Fr-w. HOTEL AND ORANGE GROVE PEAS CHICKENj''EEII'PORKLARD., BACON.SHOULDERS "r

need be said to ,those who have the water protection. Some- per- one class of lands'to 'another. S There {iccjally liable to: those ravaging and I ..

i pleasure of his acquaintance. To sons succeed well with forest Protection has really; been very little falling off destructive fevers you speak of: As I \VM: & ARTHUR.A, 'BIRNEY.ATTORNEYS i FOR SALE OR RENT.' S HAMS- ', h 1(

S, desire to that Mr. The orange is destined soon to in the productions of the county.. But to 'yellow fever, ;it has never been I We will lent(or the season. sell on easy,terms,, I. FISH* FLOUR '.t: >, ..
: Strangers, we say : S : .IIOl INY.M EAL,R1CE.S ., :.
become the great staple productionofFlorida it has had: a tendency to damage the known to exist: only in one place to ,
: Harris is an old citizen of Florida, TH-. LA CHACOorORANGEJIOUSE, HECKER'S FLOUR FARINA, ht
and Marion county has a land holders and decrease the price of my knowledge) in 'the interior of the CHEESE APPLF..Co'tIOXS

; S noted for good sense, sound judgment larger amount of land peculiarly land. State. ,. 01.1: ,4 }{ S,Tij:5E-,1 N O "::-3 j o ... 1 ) Near,_'Melloorille. Orange Co.. Florida. BUTTER S POTATOES, SUGARS.SVRUFS'S *

:' ntt conscif'ntious'eracit}., and his adapted to the production of this fruit 5. Nothing can be further from the 17. As; to mosquitos, gnats ,and WASHINGTON CITY. i'' WITH r 5 THE'; : FARM ORANGE S.GROVE- AND MOLASSES COFFEES >,sr, ,:

;: reports in regard to any subject, none than any other county in the State. truth. ,than, your information ,stating sand-flies, some portions ,of! the,year "o 'Z4URSLRcATTACHED- S '_ : COCO4'. ,: t-"
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It has also.a larger, number of orange that this section of the interior is sa;- we have mosquitos ,i ear the lakes,and ,.H.. A. rATTISON. A.B.MUK. ,. ; \ SNUFF' '' ;SS 'r
ELIGIBLY OILS SOAPS
t. who know him would doubt. And to TIllS PROPERTY is MOST ; ; .
. trees now growing, that will soon be urated with "'ate ,at the depjh of six rivers, but the high dry portions,. remote TDATTISON & MEEK '. ."' ", 'LOCATIID: }: miles from the Steam STARCH :T)BACCO.d ,v..
'i; all who contemplate a future home in bearing immense In .this, feet trom''th 'surface. This infested with .
crops. respect country from water, are not LOat.L nding OR Lake Monroe. S WOQPEN WARE.UCKE'pk

our State, we commend the letter of this county is peculiarly fortunate is excellently'drained' arid isanyihingbut them at any time, and seldom heed a .. ATTORNEYS. .. _. u T-LA__. "\V._. 'd-S rtTr ..::0. BASKETS.S 55 ,..BROOMS,5' '. ,: tONE-.. L4n TU' f*>

Mr. Harris as a trustworthy accountof having! a very largeamount ol swami :It is high rolling mosqultorbar1;; know'of.rid: sand-flies ; .' FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE 4t'of FTorMa CANNOT BE"St1RP'ASSED.hncdio : "i, CAN..VE.D Goq PP rP ziq.'L

I. one of the most desirable sections land on its lakes and rivers covered limestone, 'co ntry.* drained by the only.at certain seasons'':the coast' Ol.ReQui's"blinding" .-'.; :,Jacksonville.FIsu'.E S. .' bincssomcyadsantrstetbegrowcr com-.>. .. : .
with' a dense growths! wild orariges.: water, produced 'by the heavy rains, as to gnats we have plenty in 'the summer 'S J J S of. TROPICAL FRUITS., : : I' -f :-EVERYTHING1' '
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vasses' 'and JOIlNSO ,> S '. ".1 5 1"IWTIIS -d "taU:' 9t
In former, tunes a good portion of i'pass'ingfT through the: ct but do not have the biting kind.: P" !
Ifjrat sold bc&ie thcFIRST MONDAY iD UARCQ ,
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, DEAF. SIR:Having been furnished) these orange lands were cut:down and openings in the ground and rocks, Poisonous reptiles are not numerouS', HOMOEOPATHICPHYSICIAN next,the property will on that day be oc a publicsaIetotbsbikescbidder. FORAGE.S 5,CROCERV.j AND1-S PROVlSlOiN 3 1' "* *S *l.

by the editor of the NEW SOUTH with planted in corn, cotton and sugarcane.But ; forming'ubterr:1I1t'OUs passages, after- though 'we have ''some.! Quite large AND '' SURGEON.. FLEMING. ApplytosS DANIEL. ; .-., .. ..; ....-..S'S... ...a.- ... .l.iMa .
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.cOPl of < ., ; ", .. '" / SELL FOR' CASH.*
letter addressed ReV. .
9 your to this species of vandalism has been wards rising' tlie'surface sufficient' rattle-snakes sometimes found but Attorfley.r5 ,. -S.
:, William Our J Office north aide of Bay Street, in Dr. Robinson'] ,. '. .. .' '' iJ .
Sampson, Jacksonville, soliciting stopped. people have learned lo voumne to afford steam navigation, they cause few casualties. new building;.next block cast National Hotel ztVRAN' JaclaoariBeFlorida. S ( I' 'axnts.S.e *

,j reliable information as regards estimate their true value, and are now Our wells from the depth of'30 to 100 i8. I have.not.kepta record of,the ,. ..p. ".!a7.tl 5"' : I.' J' THE Lb\VEST"POSSlBtEtttlGUR'ES.

55 Atathua and adjoining counties, and rapidly cOllve.rlingthese magnificent feet. Does this look like a 'country temperature of the weather in this J'H':; ," ;AB shades of braids'.nd drignons at B.'': ; : ': .'* ... ioUIs' .'... .ast': q zi
inasmuch the citizens of this wild the native saturateduith water at the of \ :. ., \ Merchants.Logzers ) :Boarding Hamilics
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tion feel a deep interest in immigration stock) to the .largest sweet orange s.- ''feet ? S ; -' in hiy of&ceand.nqt'e.it every day. .' ->;".r ATTORNE Y< ;>V, F 0. R. ,SALE, ;;, 4 ..;. ..: -S . -: .' e: t .,..',.. -

; and more especially of such colOnies groves the world ever knew. Someof 6, This question,* refers to a differ. The 'highest, degree'_ pr' eat 'it f hasreached Office,in Reedt Block Bay Street.-V/ .-. -f U .. .< .:<. VERYCHEAP ,.;THE; HJGHESTCASH: ,- jf

as you speak of, I gladly respond i our citizens,only'a few years sirice,' ent, sertion this season is 91 drg., and that I. -1.:_ ., .. . 1! jtODCClV\Oiri\ n7ST>I3tr
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to the call of the editor of the NEW commenced' in this*direction Taxes arc,high in this State for t j;. iI 'kFlrr. ,.' iAin FOR ?
OnE .
I operations' 7. only day in'thelauer'part of'May ,. iTTtre; small Farms,niaf. t.!City limits.1"3 ..!, .;>,' > S -,. ,oJ f YUO !
SOUTH and shall attempt to answer; are, already est,/ a iNt. thier! a' people! ,to vho.bave been made poor. or' ist 'of June, before the wet season .' S" S ? : 1
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your several interrogatories. I shall, groves by the hundred acres and their. i The te of taxes this'year_ including set in. During' the: summer monthswe CALLS& : : ,? 'ONE'OF TEN 'ACRES. .: 'S WILLSON.St. WmfLOCK'. '

; however, confine myself to only what i trees, by the thousands. I \ill.hereJcite. county. State and school, 'is about have such frequent showers it keeps LAW; Geared land fs>6 ociPE' n toTh.AWfllsoi

I applies} to this: county, hoping that .you to Judge Bishop, 20; Public : two cents on the dollar.' The 'county the atmosphere cool, and I do not re. ,' ., ,' : "' S,ONE-'OYTE CE. S ...'-- '.;'.- < '-,.s.ulillllili1F: :

I Others, and more competent persons, i Squar,. of your'city, who has in this. ands, :nool'tax may: be. assessed, more member.Feeing the thermometer higher OrriCB In Reed's.Building.up stairs.ST. .. About fruit trees fifteen; onderdrained acres in cultiv;clay tion subsoil. jpo:pp' D of vines the best and ,GRAIN. FLOUR, NDiFE. JjL
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will give the desired information from county onl.Orange 3ke, '1'two hun. or, less by,th .different counties. than.88 deg at any, time, since ;t h.e.rain '. .. JACKSONVILLE. S Fli..II. p fr gardening. :' ': *' 'S Iannfarturert. ; or- ,'* .1r* to.a.

tae other counties nafred. i dred 'acre wiid grove under the 'care 8.; The settlers you allude to would .began. Have, known, it lately! './ ; ',.' .' -. ;, ONE.OF TWLVYCE '! 'J j. r' :'.lltrl' _

: MARIO COUNTY lies south of Ala/ and management of Rev P. P. Bish.. meet wjth a hearty: welcome. at,3 p.:, .m., after shower, to. fallto C :.. SUMMERS. 5 5 "; About woods':lour o.acres in c Ca.z.i.n l.b SI J .CORN MEAL, HOMILY CR.15:

chua and extends nearly to the rail op,,a partner, which is now, rapidly 9. Labor is abundant' this part ol fall to 74deg.. This morning, July ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. -S Deal ?in Real Kns. Estate., 'Witschcn's CC.Building COLLINS, Bay, ,ScEALTH CORN. 31YE' MEAI ,.GRAHAM,! -

: road running from Fernandina to Ce- being changed into ,a sweet grove the State ; especially when the labor 24th, clear'bright sun rise,, temperature J. .. : ; u!,... FIXHJR CRACKED WHEATiSc.SCROLLS'A .

: dar Keys. For a further descriptionof They commenced work less than two ers know that,' they will be paid l' ,in 78'deg: Fah. ALSO ROTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER. WEALTH, :'i I .' "GiI.

its character and topography, I clip years ago, and next year th: trees,will money. for provisions, Wages range .E. J. 'HAIU' S. U. S; CIRCUIT. COURT. ""i : 'i''i'o : WING.. : lio. S nm'N S 01"1')18

,I the following extract from an ankleS commence bearing. We have also from $15 to $ao" per month for first U- :'Office..;Folk's.ui;, dln,: 'L. .. ., JAND-r -, v: <.; .- i. :S TO.ORDER, -I '!': n1wI ,
written for and published in theJ? " S many ) ng' groves,: UlFL*)m.6., S," .- t ..w, ,. .f/I'J :," : ..j : Wood ;Sawed.Split,; and Delivered,
net of last yearS ; from a few trees' to "thirty1 acres, _remote themselves.' Cheaper' hands, such as [ Is something after Bret :Harte,',written by P..;PUJ&JJIC.J., .,.'.n9nhLF11 3G RECREATION! .

Marjoa county Is situated in the centra) an) narrow from water protection, doing women and boys, can be hired for. "Saiktau/* of the ,/',c Denver' City, ,A.. D. I ? & DANIEll, ; \ ';; ..r td..;.l. by Cord or Load; "t
FioritU entitled"Guss \ I w I ,, h .;' ,Iaou'BIck.
fstjurtof cJUcadjng to the U'ithlachuochee well. much less. t t' own experience' iMi and Black. : : : 5 5: ;;.1 S :
river to wiihiu fiuuen S S S ':' LNS FUl.
miles of the Gulf( Mexico S
on Joa'tkDowmc1 You bet J .' Mill
taetoutbwcst; and on the ca.t.to that portion of the Tobacco, such'as iused .for cigar hiringa number of hands tor the last Come '. ATIOR: .,W: :5' ( S : } .Bay StreetNopposite} n aadJJTjaf3ACKSOHVlLLE.ifLA
, i* John river known as lake George : and to Orange ; : In strangrr.Iet s"wet r .. .. ORANGE,, GROVES, .COLONIES, !\ J4$
well here and at onetime three four ear : improving, a I. J. f J :
Lake on the north lu extent. from north to south is wrappers grows or .) They call me a roarer just over io Boulder: OrFicsi: Reo\'s Block,'con>er Ocean and Bay Streets : FARRIS MARKET-GARDENS, .
thmr-ciz mile, from Clost to west, fifty-four miles in tbe'first settling the county large wildorange grove,. is that .they And I'll,Ull you what stranger, S / ;. : Jacksonville Ha.' >' "'VSA S Witsc- 164W.A.- r. m. iSAVINGS
Ju northern foundry is in latitude dee. snia. It I "' VILLA- SITES TOWN T. ,:A. ,
+ M oneot the laigett.most fertile and 19 productive 13 counties formed quite a large1 business are good and,reJia.blc and easily con- S |ds' skeer at'danger. / 'S .I-I" 5'.S \ It. ; ,
in florida Before *nd during the ware h pro for Aad iherll Cod me out better before tiey'er much older: : LOTS. .
Thi's.t.oba sold trolled. I **
co generally good .J. je I.e4t.
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a larger ajUMint of sugar and tea UUnd cotton *8i A; KNIGHT, ." '
thai any County in the Sic nor doe it produce a letsruity prices: but eventually everything was 'jo. G dsden county, of which the 1.-I.''way ol U was,, XX. D : : t w1.ATTOIUE.T FOR SAL ON .SANFORD'S GRANr > .-. <.,.J -' STIlL
.ol these'artlde under the proem system of merged into t .cultivation of town Ouihcy''isithe; site is I had a stray boss, SAVINGS fcTRUST"C9rJACKSCWfltMlMAltod
M ithout the aid of accurate statistics, we sea- county .'. ,' .'11. : FREEDUAN-S.
daim that die number uf bale of Cutton oude last year island and and 'tobacco miles .from' Alachua 'and And the"Vigie* they wore 1 had stole the critter; ; LAW. ,tYYOIE.AGm. ...
cotton nearly zbo f
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amount to that produced litany year pre And they went lor me wild 1J xf v 't : > :'a. '1
tious 10 thc.ar. became 'neglected and its production Marion., It'is a, beautiful portion of ochildrl'f: '
BuiIwass t5 ., -l .
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-1 he tummock land are ca-aUrorlhc best' I 1 f ; ORUSALE 6k 'RENT r.
The amount may be safety estimated to be not lets tlun iry. has nt'3rlfbeen abandoned. in, the, State.: Grapes: and figs .are perhaps And they found a*a ihooust I was a hitter -- 'J1 "Jssw1r. ._ ," Ja. ;Fli." F..-'& ',: ON"LAKEMONROE, : S Deposits oC any,amount received iroavjiaividuals

quality 100,000 known aats.and athigh the grcaiekt hammock portion" which of thit with it th the a I this portion of the'State' ; c\1lth'ated.tna larger extent there Lit out T WeU/Idid- '. ; .. -, 5' :. : ... ,.,'r. '" .' I. S business,firms and socieaes. ,oa- which. ,'miwm> -'-lI S

caorpuon of the wild nrangt grove lands that abound I As regards the vine, .its ulture'is s in than any. part of Florida. I.. Th.tctUlV.lid"t. ,; |'. iLTNSO", ; .*" "" f. ." ", allowed, .i-. : **as.Lk.
on all our Ukes and : '. : .11" ; : -- 'L' :
rivers has always been regarded its infancy but impulse has The'length of time1 the call k" skodaddl." Salt Lake ,short ';. S $'S
beiuc the richest Unckta the South. They are generally -I quite an J I. orange They ) ; ta ..I .;),'. 1' Two new Steamboat. t D posits may,be sea. bya. press,la current 1oVLTJnaaln
hip. aDd lIndubUUC. sunace of a'rich vegeublewulu. I been given to it, lately.. Those en. trce'begins.to bring profitable'earnings I thought t'would be wjus' .:ATTORNEY-AT-LAW'f ".i.i.tiio. ; Cil.d' -. / L< postal moneT: :dm'aad bw ts 5
ma*)whi a SMO* lam..snaay .feu* If I .ycd11or old GuIa.But .- SANFORDv.. \::/_ -* S "'
in cultivationof( ,the much the kind or K
gaged ,
one to two fee deep and resting matt case on a wibwtumofcU grape depends pretty on N'oTAir J1rJ Lt'C'. .coMinssiONER! .. AISO. .. The Bank is'"open daily from g*;*!.toil'.nt.I.. .
why don't fill ,Come take a good snort| -
).awt.uuS tia-.c. It will be readily are very sanguine of success, and alter trees.. If you have to start fromthe"seec you .. r ,OvS..CIRCUlT: COURT. H- S fcr 0D .&o..6",p
IIDdcnwod lure chat by.y one at all acquainted with ancu1- experimenting'with 'vines in it will be six the Thar's prudence: la war, 'r;. .aJrasoDic.kJ ,* IncIudinK HOME LOT of c.t acre.,a .desiiab oa Saturday evenings. deposits*> -
extremelu such a sou1.in such climate as Florida;muM a few a .. : or, seven,years at .t ear 'OfliccN 'itv'D' : : "
be 9C. This Und scarcely ever sufen small have been' from I a1n'.dont over thar :detached oc S !
well liest. But S -
r bum way, so pleaser you may purchase 1 W. SWAUX. Castue vA
Iou much nuimit norduesdroughth eff ct it And ahe111 find soire fine,morain'. maa ort two,shot|. .-TUCKER; t 1.wl.I"dl ,
extraurdinary*n the same degree that. it effects other landk. Their with their success that they have plant.ed nurseries, three. four jears old, at a 'Wlut I your boas I Don't shoot I '' $ 'for."BC'1 '' ,. 4Tic1IT1 .,. 4

from the tenility bet that o4 in pruductivmess many wdI-.may..instan oe estunairf many acres. One gentleman in cost frnm,25.cents 10-50 cents, per Stick'tba&-Jr" hi'your boot, '. fJFJf/CE : S al ., '.' '' SSIG NF.S'sAtE.e :

ca'ID&in tkis county.: tw.WAe.os uf suur have been this county,has.twenty acres now.bear_ trek), to begirt: with, and in three. or Iwu only 'WiII'-I 'caTeM OB tie potl l 2 ,.Apply" f'. 'f ,, H..1 DORJT. .l\_ '. + -, .>
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acre on lescnptlon of land and in Northwest comer of Adams iMarkel Sts Sanford1 Fbk. By virtue of an ordeutdleU S.IHsttfct Court *
sosMintunees ** many as three liogtheads, and as ing. They bear the thlrdi year, and four-years they will commence bear. ; S "' .t .; .rwsgtf'mI1EMERCH'EXCUANGES4, the Northern Dirtf Florida I will *DCS fc*safe lo

811 as forty bushels of com. the fourth year yield a' profit ; but ing Or you may set out and graft Too Much Happiness.The RICHARD! MCLAUGHLIN- "' --, / 1.n\1.m. the house highest door OB bidder the 3xs4 at day(Gainesville of '.tost.before betw'c the *Cbort!tbeIcplhours

But to proceed to you'r 'questions, with such :vine dressers as the Swiss the wild"tree. You can have fruit wife of.Mr B. of ale,the ilJfcwtog.described wnperty.
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which I shall J. gave 'S i. ,REAL It being*part of the Asuen of J.ba HaB ;TJi nii"pjrf.
endeavor to answer a would make, this could 'be' made a l two or three years earlier than 'by birth to four, babies last c'eningtheir .ESTA.TE'AGiJlI.'F1 1 LOON. S S'S .All of Sectios.2)0 vA theS W Sj of Seouoaaa. ,T 9?
truthfully as I am able and wonderful \ from S ", S :Home's iS E' Dividea tfdesired ** *
thirty grape'c.o ntr1" Nearly commencing the seed. |Jut unittd weight being forty-five' ,and .a n. Range .
years residence in .this oii of Real Estate bought and soldi Money In. ,,-' 5 JRANK -.1' tfV ..'IwoCOUOIIGt > >;$ *- -.
plimate rock and old fenc where the i14'tree AD
ought every pile ow.in, : you can procure first weighed fifteen GRERY. Two Wagons one Cart -and other farming fcupte-
i halpounds.! The .&.Taxes paid.Titles examined. r
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the county tare graft on. can have -
: spot you, pounds the,second.eleven's, the. third 'RBFIRS 'rr i ustOlf. to William Astor. Esq., ; 1 enDS of Sale Cash. Purchaser,o'pai fcr Deeds.A .
that only long experience gives. grape vines. fruit:the third;; mon:tbe fourth year, the fourth and last nine anda New York; Ex-Gov. A.j.. Curtin.'Belklbntev Pa t --Twelve Laser Beer Tickets) r .. ..;.-.|. o S J.C.CREU.LY.Aa
i. 1 do not think.our 'summer heat Cotton/siqcc I the first settlement oC: and the fifth'year, sufficient to defray ten, and Lewl HLI cdnq-, Philadelphia; W Stokes Bo-jd. ...Scuppcrnon&Cndcr,,_ _._*_ __, ..(.._..._ as JackiowrUIc u1a.Jn'y30115$74. .;:r7 Ltth.'
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: a ia1f.Vemake'the statement some Philadelphia. Ambler.Banker Jacksonville.. Fla. 'Lime Juice Punch J.-. \ .. ...f 2j T !
oppressive, not so' much really, as pur this} county has been the leading I all enses.tb; :sixth year a nice Income -. what reluctantly,JoMhe reason that Henry Tucker Bustoa.Mass,, J-al-I". ;! "'ice Cream Punch_.,_, "'., .' ',,,:.-._ 'ii'! V OUIS EMILE MOURGEON;

more Northern tate. This may towing staple, bUt'of late, many of the'whitcs ; and you,.may easonably! 'calculate after the Lactb generally.knownyoungmen i EARl; .: : 1 :: .Milk Punchj-ij;.S..._".:-:_-.__' **.': I__,- : .- HuqarwiiipFrom
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to our peninsular position, <>ur are turning their attention to fruits: that your trees will quadruple( are liable to. ,1 banish front R.W. 'I ; : .'Ri'; '.h_>_, .,'._" -. -. :- i-,., ..- .' Paris.Island France.Dyeing Utely establishment Foreman of th**Staten' .n.NEW'DYEING **
being less than ; 0 ,_..___ ________.. .... ,
county miles ( other ,.
,fifty. rom aud. productions, The blacks, every y from hat ,tt me 'until they PRACTICAL v .Brandy Ph. '! a5. ESTA1ItJSIf.
minds all noughts prraatrimonyand : AND SCOURING
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either the Gulf or theAllantic and is with few : -5-- p S whisky P.1i:5: _._, .: ; .; sClaret -
exceptipnsr produce cotton. comeinto: fulibearing.- Of culture )t
grape married to thtnkthere AINTER.AN HANGER. ,' ,' .,. !'gJltU: J4G.
are FAI4.
tanned men apt .. PuhclH,-l' .., .i-__ iiil. i a : J
by sea breezes Irbm both. Be. This county formerly produced, and i I know but little. The vines; 'i is" "something'1wrong"i : :with the ; i Ladks'_GenUemen's VTearras;Apparel ,'q tJa
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being In a Southern latitude, like!vdoes yet, more sea island cotton i commence' fruiting about the third Having 4'de pensanendy : Lace Cumins. .. .
clunate, 'and give'Oregbn a'wide berth receive orders from all requiring work-dom;: ; PLAIN DRJNES IS CENTS. -. .i *. Lace Sbwhk. ,4s. *
our days are shorter and our nights than any other'C9Unty iri the 'State. year IrorLthe'time'the cuttings or layersarcjplahted in 'seeking 'homes:-Portland"'(Or.) KTlinev "' f : -5''mpc t Ctner ti'AIe.DublIn Stout.a' and S other fine Fabric*most carefuUjf clca CoT aDd'yecL
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longer in summer than Northern But latterly there has been a'/all ng : and increase, rapidlyvert ;S n< 'CRAININd. 'LAzING;'and.kALSOMININC > "' "-/ ( ".67SW:' kct FOKSVTIl 1tnCU. S _, A-tti .
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latitudes-all tending off '. : : "** ': 'j ._,_i>>'i '-i
to prevent ,that in its production. Hast jear then. year thereafter dope ia the best mannexi J 1. VpriogCassimere for sale .

extreme beat you so much (ear., As were between three and four thdusancbales.raiscdf "12.' As. regards grasses I .!ouSt .state. L. jCOAN T"' i .Orders lift at OaYia II Dr-'s3F rBittrWa l Ii' ,
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fevers, of an intermittent character* .Com, id.this latitude, on' Jand no wrong;, I: know of too country, in,ithe JL1TI: ; 9J 1:14cE: ,. ..REFERENCES. ? ,.. /. _,.1 : S % *SS-,, *,S 2 S t.jrf S
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IS principal sickness, and they are matter.hbw rich, ,does :not yield the : South where the'native'grasses'are. so .It ,: S 15.,I..BKIOCS, Esq..,....' &ad.Co.. .,.L.. .Rosnsos'." "" .'. I4ql S Reeds ATORNYUw.Bock Bay Sta5JtsonWe.Th.cticc *!S -, S' SS The 1I"-S inIc.wsiI t'1J'' ,' 'S.m.' .
usually light ;, ;: j ,1t'4tflp".5! Iij ; JacksoavUle'FUNOTARYPUBUCFOR-- "' .
and yield readily to toedi- In 'Northern here. J OI'PH tt fitted B with modern Impatcim.au. Iaq lr 'of'
same quantity as _a more fine as Tlorida ought' : 'become1 r .
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cal rt1 different oftheSctat'Corlecnoas
treatment. 1 can assure you that cliD1 te. A greit '.-deal of our l land,' famous 'her numerous' 'herd! NQr&RY ': S' ; J.(kli4, : ; ,,: :, :: VTiI ttaronrptly* In attended the to* courts". ''. ..I1I'! C; (5AK.Jt. "mcrb'' .
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interior is.npt roprc liable to ma-' when tultiva;' ; : h ': .1 "." 1 05ce.:SOLAJlVE'SIIUKX.: -tr-r .r ,_: f -.-,
up manured and poorly of cattle and 'sheep. The cattle J a$ ; l UVAI.'COUNTJacksdmlle. ; '. .}'; '- ._ .....M.-
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I : THE NEW'SUOTHrSEMI-VVEEKLY. "JAGKSONVIEEErWEDNESDAY, AUGUST 587-r"r-1
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j ,; : THE NEW SOUTH. of they the are Union well acquainted,and by the with book the,keeper business, who transactions stat that !closeness of the party: rote in 'this state to have captured' Pearce, who like"a tbeywould never Interpose any unfair the county'dflinisborc*be;and they are State News.

; ,*, \ ol the firm,and that the"books will show" these fact. it is well to remember in time, that.if by chicken shaken from his roost at night. obstacles to any' fairly conducted and hereby requested and Instructed to cast

f I :',(,:: :1 ao. *kVUtUOR..CAMCTM.BO. .} ADAMS.CAR RUTH &CO. Never intending to make a statement party niancblnalions Purman'a nomination seems to be looking around in the dark bona' /" opposition in any of their various to their secure votes the and nomination USA all honorable of lion.means W. J,.I I civil CIvIL ApPOl TXDn.-The following

4 I ..JI I In the NEW SOUTH that is not warrant is defeated, find colored J representatives for some branch to light on. Evidentlythe i lines of business. Purman as a candidate for re-election to S last wet1i appointments: were made during the

ed by the facts, we ask attention to tbe arc nominated In both Districts the glory and power of the elder have Bat we are inclined to belire that any the 44th Congress of the United States I Alachua county-Paul
Brown
j. s. ADAMS EDITOR.
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-- f following ceitincate: race-question be started by Republicans departed, and others are crowding him make-believe inauguration of threaten as our first choice believing him Jo be I county commissioner, vice William! be

.,. TO CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. In Circuit Court, Duval County. 4th ,'the party Is divided and will be inevitably out of .hid J leadership. ''Wallace! ; seems, competition will, never levy upon available the most candidate acceptable that as well can I be as selected the most, Trapp, ,removed.

4 '": J tern*of Local Interest art noliclted from all parti of the Judicial Circuit of Florida. beaten. Principles that can bo to have turned an obdurate heart and a them with any degree of success. I Carried.Resolved. (buuannee-Adam Young, to be su-

: t 5'au.iutcrett,AU especially. communication on t ubjecu and general inocutnalcopies. Charles F. Slawlwy f*. Marcellus L.Stl'arns. andare, so I presented 'as:,to .commend deaf car to alt the executive blandishments Being only.human, they will naturally I 3d. That this Conventioa M.perintendent Blackburn of, term common schools,vice M,

I I bnefai. th*bets and eutonr circumstances loa will letters. Adams. Charles In Chancery 1L ;Walton Bill for J.'hn.S.Relief. themselves,to J the :reason! ,the_conscieuce and cares little for Mawbcy's prefer a paying business to a gratuitous endorse ,the principles of, the National I I LEO: COCSTY.expired.

I We rt-Mtrenponslblefor,Rejected opinions. cap pit neither orCe I, O&car flirt, Clerk of the Circuit and the food sense of all, are iudispensl- library, for,' that of another ex-legal beneyolentdociety on an ice basis, 'and Republican party of the and State endorse Government the administration LEOX COCNTT TAXES.-The

l.op AmoU contribution Court in and lor said county do hereby blo to the creation! of any'pulltl.al'purty official, now in bis possession, furnishes we have no doubt that i legitimate com-, and also our delegation in Congress have fixed the county county'commissioners tag '

I certify that no prcecipe for disconliunnnte but sound judgment find sagacity in the him all the,legal reading he ,needs for petition will work well in this as Carried. proper at five mills OIl the dollar and

or dismissal has been filed in the advocacy and carrying out of those prin. tho present. In other lines of business ,but noWise The meeting adjourned tint die lour mills for interest and sinking fund

Call for a Convention. above entitled c.msn. ciples the future While all the Purman men confide motions will either I). G. WALL Chairman. of the railroad bonds. The school board

arc just as to are permanently
; Call for Witness hand and the seal of said necessary
a Rrpubllcan Cn.loa) Convention f die my C As.IIA FORD Secretary. have levied three mills for schools. -Thus
t i State fir* of and h. Clirn liulc the court this 3d day of August, A. D. 1874.. growth and pernianance of tho party as !.t of his nomination and clectIon,' nd help the community or levy much mail' -, the total 1 for county purposes is $ .(

Bxrutueofthc authority .ete In us.by the Republican OSCAR HART,. Clerk. are the just doctrines upon which it they constitute a large majority of the from Drew & Co. New York Letter. on the $100. Tho State lax is

: .held la the State J'ln Central Congressional District, Convention on the will b By F; B. KNAFP, D.,C. stands.. Hence, in the present Condi Republicans other candidates "are, all It is reasonable that a I failure to sellout '- 25th / mill proper ten for school! thirty seventy'for ,

C, >y 0 AIt A. D tl.,at I o'cljck M.at the Cp. And| in a written statement made at tion of political affairs in this State it is jubilant, for each has received, as they to Drew & Co., would of course reduce ;:NEw YtRIC.-Juiy 1874. general sinking fund and interest tax.
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,p I Second&lron CI o Tl 1 C ict. will ConvejUon be held attbe.Court our request,.C. P.'Cooper, of the well plain that, only_the closest clrcumspec-! say, private assurance of the undivided_ the price of ice on hand., But how Editor New South.oCCIl, Grove" interest and twenty tax-total for special 1 sinking fund and
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c"ln'le. h known firm of & Ledwith <
ri .*ppMrduament is fixed th for the Cooper who lion land the wisest prudence 'can save support of the administration and each I ong ? Total for State and
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\\i Cuttutics it as fellows) First Diktrict, tscambia drew the bill of complaint in said suit the knows thathis andelection who is .bearing the heat and burden of $2.50 the $100. purposes.
II 5.Santa Kova t, Walton j, I. Washington Republican party from defeat, tyr : "calling : are on The assessed valua
Home the He would
," Culnoun t. rranUmi. corroborates the t.tat ment of the clerk It JUST so, BUT IT 'TWORK''There season in the great city. tion to this county is
J--9 t. Gadc 7 rictimizi'd as it has been by the rivalries) sure. is a very pretty quadrilateralas !l nearly $700,000. ,
fain in the cool shade of the '
t l-eon rest Grove
Jeffcr-on less
3 ij. I. Tay than last
'a nii-e little gathering'in thereat of
,. : : lot I. LY.. Hernando I, HiUiborough I ), Sumter, BaJa they were the only ,nttornies, of I of its leaders anti the animosities of its it stands, Purman fighting on his own was and bathe his weary limbs in the, surf The Mendelssohn year.-Sentinel.

1 .I '1 f' Polk Second. MaD\e CUmgreuional i, Munroe Ii5tc. Alachua 9, Baker I, record of the Plaintiff; that "the bill hns (.1clions. it is not the same party that hook as
". Bradford Dade t. Hamilton a, Jircward t,I Marion, 6., Madison 7.4,,Nas Duval au 9 4,, never, to my knowledge, been with- easily controlled'thf S'uite-'in 1868,, Andto Mcacham and Gibbs, each satisfied that line.received. :a ;telegram' by lightning rod ody of! old .Ocean' eternal hymn of the Garden City Base ball club. "

'I, Orange I, Putmao j.St Jobn a,S> drawn or discontinued, but still stands the political action of the patty durIng he is the pet, of the administration ,and .i C. Frederick, 'Edward.M., Charles -praise. A WIXDFALL.-The East and West
I. i I* order t< secure a Ciir uwa3.V"IU1..1 L. and Jr. don't think! Wm. M. Take the steamboat to Sandy Hook Florida Seminaries' It
) the docket undi Po8 d of that in the that-all the II. (we, are'in luck. hav
i' I : elaa irregular or fraudulent upon ; few coming months; tho wise rnov4ngand4-emoving capacities t\Vent.r'mil, then the cars of the New

r ; t I lowing jutes have regulations. *4ili regard and must to delegates b strictly and complied alter- Wan'h. 1874, C. F. Mawbey the complainant ndiico "to let well :enough alone" is of the accidental'Executive',will was there),met accidentally, after several Jersey,Southern to Long Bramh, eleven I ing! Iteennotic-ed from the State that has the been amount the, same received -

with vif: ad"to said said efforts to secure perfect secrecy, to miles and then "sta ,it" seven miles
that
- F Each will be ,UoweJ to me cause was specially appropt" tte. We have no be. exerted in his own special favor.witbou't e for several years it was surmised thai
I li A many"G.I still and of and discuss the situation. and you are at Ocean Grove. Five years I the interest from thy
convention as it U allowed delq.le.an pending undisposed strength t" span,, the people arc better any'reference to the next'Senatorial arising proceeds:
t Inv delegate U absent tils alternate may '1'he determination unanimously reached ago"it .was a barren waste of Jersey ot the sale of Seminary lands for
In the convention, and in eaid bill was not dismissed or''with satisfied with the probable election or effortto conciliatethe some,
nominations any
tae h pac case any coun present ,' tnd,'poorer than Florid*:sand, coveredin had! hot been credited. At
years
: trc enied, the was that under 1he'last
)i D f delegates or altcrn te tlrli wn." > df Purwan and Walls than ,Conservatives into a consenting' some pretext no with a light growth; of
d pt may cast the vote of the county. they part pine andS meeting ot the board of trustees of the
: will The call County Committee of each These little pleasantries of tho State will be with any ollu.The' nomination I frame of mind. senatoriahy. The chances, matter:what' the Convention of August oak. A company bought 230 acres of' East Flurida- Seminary, the ,President
I county their convention giving at least fifteen llth :
djys publication of the same at which convention the and national organ, as the Express on in their places of any two white or are five to eight, that Purman! is nominated 'must be broken up'- and that Ed- thisland with an ocean front of three-. was directed M make inquiries, and it.
C delegates and be elected and the delegates ward M. with an the quarters of a mile and laitl out the future has been found that $900'W
emphatic of
.. atMtelUI thump on' upward
t ant l t elee must riv another occasion observed, "where its any' two colored Republicans, will so and if so., it, wi.'l hardly be consistent celebrated summer report. Now
signed by the Chairman of Cert table'said i it houTd due,'ltnd will be; paid in cash. The like
; bedone. Then
,: tion by which they were elected, and certified Cllvep.by editor 1 id known, do no great damage; stir tho question of race'as to ensure with Mareellus'v\ notions.of party a there are over three hundred (pretty cottages amount is due the West Florida Sem,
Chairman of the Republican County Committee still as it has lost in its ntv''C\ nn on'm'ust' be''cUC(! an'da and more being l-uilt. The ,
4th. No will allowed In the convention recently ground Republican defeat. :We should be wise discipline, which he says, he inherited ,many inary.Sentinel, ,
I .e.tes pxlC atDallUt b b residents in the coun reputation for scrupulousness in its statements ,in time and "let well'enough alone. from Hart, that he should? at least openly .new man trotted out, as the, only regular trees are cut away only,as was necessary A Mr.'Berry of this'county Is 'making1!
'f I they to the streets and avenues and
whic represent. nominee. open $200 an from hi.
$ copy of the credentials must be lent by the of facts, a little caution in its giv.-: S use the executive prerogative so as todefeat give fur the buildings, so that we acre tobacco crop this

; ; t chairman S of the the State County Central Committee Committee to Drnnl w ithout Escan.delay, ing the,lie in the paceol! argument and The J., P &,M.-Railroad and the Crops S any'fairly nominated Rep b1i in. Some oos' suggested Eagan as'lhe proper fee here space'a'' 'fluur lbing village in the season.PAID.-The State 'rreasurer. has paid

-: ; The Sectetary. ofihe State. Central Comm ttee will a habit of decent retraction of its errors Along the Line. Still,the'p evaJcnt pinion is that bets man, but' Edward ?declared "he woods.- The idea of the "Association" off in fall the interest on, the bonds ,of

make np a rol of the delegates elected for the us,of the would do it no barm. A recent, trip alon<; the line of this on that subject woulJ not be entirely ,wo'nt 'run: he's sold 'out, body and was not merely a camp- roul'd' but a 1872to, panics in New York and at.this
-nton their lefrpurary organization from the Ruud enables S boots to Walls. After place where Christian anti other sensible place holding these securities. The
I S tMed to him by the chairman of the County us to say, frompersonalexperience SI\Ii e *' some talk, could the in in
T rest
: people spend summer
: Cllt. sod properly nil ttecatc ce'*lined and alternates credentials'reported will Another Means of Provoking Race- that whatever be the legal One j of the most notille occurrences. of S otl,was suggested ; but it \V thought and recreation, tree irom the follies and te.estTlts'due S Ia>month.

&presenting, .* entitled to seat pcnuing te b Conflict. merits on either side of the ,pl'nl1ingliti,1Ction latewas the ,spontaneous gathering of Scott would not ,risk, 'losing his place vices of watering places.Tins idea has .TACKSOX'COU TY.
of the ,
i "p committee on crential. In a former article wc have me'nUoned in this ] : ''nato' I.een worked out and In a speech in Mlrinnn3V.. J. Pur**
,f, ne will bn regard', to much litigatedRailroad Martin'8'political; friends around him! at Then, "n m some white manf' buccuss-lully now
aids p Committee and delegates the almost irrepressible prejudice the three hundred cottages and the man.urjjed the early building of a Rail-
j : holding) prcperly cdnta lu the first Congrwsioiial Cbattahdochee, last w ek. They all Buys, ;, are,occupied by a comfort-takiug: road from the terminus of the J. P. &
all
of color whuh
against the
men by
District wJl member of the faction to all that the Road has "
,I feute Ccntr I Cmlilt rpr and for the Second by1 the happened ID arrive together most reraarkable -: and said, 'WI runny votes would any community. When I was _there a few R..IL, through this place to Pena-

Congressional pnt "'j i otCmltebtho the mb' have'for so long a series of years excellent executive was in session but the official willing with ample means to complete it,
rve from them Ccrtiliuitesofadmlnliin f-upt-rviMon as that: Sovereigns but Malachi was >not.to ,be remark. closed the, discussion in that direction seison
; : bill of. been characterized to be depreciated ,of this the A SAD TiSAGEDT.:-On Saturday last
t t respective cu""eto: as a thing of Itl'cdrcr'Walkc.r and J his buttiftetive desigriHtion meeting was ,
w. H.' U:" J quiet, takeniinawares': It was a fatal l for ,- about
Chairman on account of its' inevitable day ,: 'Convention for the Promotion of Holi 5 o'clock l". }.,- while our young/
t: Republican State Central Committee. assistant, Mr: McGee. pigs,'chickens and taikeys in GztJden. Finally Edward M. says, ." I'll tell 'ness." There were present, representatives townsman and merchant Mr. Ctuil,

: r," "* tendency to provoke a conflict of ajxilit; Dilupjd.itcd! ;nd used up as is the state and'they, in 'connection, with three,barrels you how 'it can lIe'worketl': Scott must from the Methodist Baptist, Presbyterian Nickels was attending the wants of one'
; The Sentinel stye You Lie. ical nature fraught not only with results! of hid customers and doubt little .
,, of the Road manifest improvement i is of Malacbfd choicest {Walls till and ,Episcopal churches), and L no expecting
r' : A The Sentinel, not Itself over scrupulous ot a political kind of a very dangerous visible on e'cry" hand. The track" is 'Scuppernong, be man after we break'np from the Society: of Friends., The central his time of death so nea )'at
', !in speeding their rapid way to that the convention t then will'insist that band Mr. E. W
i in its statements offsets character, but tending; generally to a ; we thought in the sermons and exhortations Mooring, formerly ,of;
len r universal social condition of being gradually improved./ncw ties are: bourne from which i no such travelersever it was,opposition! (, Walls that broke up ,the objective point i in the pray' this place but 'now' ot New YOlk City,.
: honorably withdraws a false statement a threatening replacing the old, lhf trains never, ran riveted : that the' : in and brother-in-law of Mr. Nicked entered -
ers' and
return, so ,the chains: the, meeting, .and we will put Scott leading topic conversation -.
: : .JOT manfully crr'ctl an error of he own, descriptiuK with greater regularity, and at this end held ,him to ,his' friends.that,no escape is brward. was the higher Christian lifeor the rear door of the stOrtf fronting on-'
'. hut whenever crowded At all in its political Any attempt to ex'-itu a political partisanship particularly, the frequent trains, loaded perfect h'dines' *. (Jor nearly three : the street north of the main .businessstreet.'srmed -
possible. With one ,voice, they!,clare Then' II---Iaugbl'd and said, Gentlemen with double-barrel ,
a
the
:, argument or troubled with the of a class nature, or based upon the days heard not name of Bcec-ber gun.
to of their
0' color extent capacity' are demonstrating -: \that such a war-lt'u cif the penitentiary; ,.his is a pretty'plan, and I hope or Tillon, and what.a relief it.was!) got ;within a few feet ot Mr. land-
/', facts adduced by other journal, eithercloses race, or condition irrespective ot ,daily,' the importance: of: It is curious tired, three shot stricking him one
. I' and with such chickens and wine ,cannot it will work ; but no more Yellow Bluff to observe the people we passing
the diBcusion by calling its opponent (character is not only antagonistic with this line of commuuicattQn to the whole: be 'spared !for and in mine and if met-t there. And first the clergymen. obliquely through the bowels)from
even Congress, you try that 'again I
: liars, covers its mistatementswith I fundamental principles now fully cm- State, and the value to business They, are mostly an able-bodied and which he died in six bOUTS.S .
II every they. even rerused to lend him for use in shall not be the only one"' turred out to Since
Sunday lastMr.Moor--
: f able-heatledelass morning
; additional malignancy, or elands I bodied in the Constitution itself but opposes inter sl'of its and able '' ot men. As a general
present vigilant '
itself Jhe district convention on lhe'Uth of grass.' thing, they are 'warm hearted and ing has shown dec-ivied.indications i>f insanity .
genial
the -
,- ; silent before the public, convicted of directly to inherent principles '
management. S .. and when that he'was:
and of them on day
August.On And we say that though ,there may some are first.TaU fellow
:; I malicious mlsrtlu srntaton. Lt-d away as well as tho prescriptive and Under its present, careful handling,1 the homeward *, and that too,'withourin any 'way told he ,had committal the horrible-

by it* zeal In Its master's Service, U aecascd characteristic policy of the Republican notwithstanding the fact, of Sir. Walker'sprot1'act trip the'oppOrtuniiy' be a very pretty !little i plan by,very prttty compromising their Christian characti, deed,,by a lady friend visiting him. .he

t Conorer of taking "from tho party. When therefore fuch1 a:race or 1 was' I taken,,' to. give a hasty. glance:: at "the men, the child will need other kind ,of or the sacredness ,of thrir profession.f fainted tell from his chair. lie has nut
illness
poor i, large quantit .of extensive and thriving milIihgesi.ablinhmeat nurse insure There whom partaken of food for several days,and Is
1 class Is to good( health i and growth. are some we recognize as
chidren"of the State some 2,786, which partisanship prrmeditedly' adopted iron has been bought for future repairs, of Messrs. Dry Bucki, at Ellaville eamp-meetinff people. 'They an strong the picture of emaciation and despair.

all the time was resting quietly) in the I by the Dernocrii j.and of their ownoption the pasen er ctrs Uut stood I i in Sheriff'* .where, the Railroad, crosses the DOES. IT 'Pay.-The following extract I Iy marked. Thu Ijrelhren walk circumspectly. Since hb confinement, has shown nu indications -

1 wallet proprietor and when con carried ont unnecessarily and unprovoked limbo .Their 'every motion 'seems to I of being all relieved ; and has
along side the from letter Bruce
i as to the
; a track7opt.rating SuwtLnnee, river, ,Here on tho Madison ,i\ by Dudley become.
, so
I it will meet the concentrated be deliberate and careful.' Their dt- prostrated from extreme nervous -
atlned t a.drnitthc Jaltlty of its charge, of, Republican an 891 tivQ! irritant to the .large travel of county'side. where but a few years' since, New", York. Tribune. is,one. of. the 'most-, meanor U severe and Puritanic.. They -oxVitabiliiy and,want,food (which

<' has never mustered tbe courage t retract > strength a party consolidated last: winter, alrcadychifingat: the insufficient Mr.Drew excited universal astonishmentby effective. .arguments against intemperance look serious ; speak in serious tones on I he rt"jeds) that he has been given qoarters -.

I ; ". it lu an nonoraLlo way. ,aganst, and rendered more compact car accommodation', J!have1 been I locating the"old mm"in an uninhabited ever publh.hed : ., serious mbii't-ts. and if by mistake, a' in a room at the jail under ,guard
-tv-. '
,. When, we called attention to the attempt by it. And so consolidated, the released anti- are regularly running.- and wilder rss..is be found flourishing To the igh-str 'American boy just I smile lights u po'n"their'iruned.o'ut features and. tears are entertained of his recovery.
l -tlaY a -Marianna Courier.
: 'I 1 made last winter under cover of Republican phalanx can only, b6 over in every direction the brightvning'pros- settlement. bounding into proud manhood with nil ii is a serious smile; 'and soon ,

,;' I' railroad legislation to come in exceptional cases and under extraordinary c.f about 800 people, its exciting :anticipations! before him, [iosscth away. The sisters 'svear' their NASSAU"count".
of the
: \.ar place peeLs Road are bearing daily kteslimony pearJya'lI dependent directly or'indirectly does i ii pay'for the sake of '' secon-f best Sunday clothes and their Mr. Frt.1. W. Il. yt, editor of the Fer-
: 200,000 in bonds at tho discretion of conditions," therefore tyie to ,the good management ofMessrs. the milling oi own" with men with whom holding worst Sunday faces. They look as solemn !- nandina Observer has been placed in
: upon : operation's your pleasure -
;, :' the acting G"ivcrnor, the Sentinel calls party* has i as such nothing to fear'fromfluch aJI.crLnd McGi DCSV& Buck'5, SituatEd, at ; ; 'means license,'to{canoe the bosdtn as if they were attending a protracted ,charge of the Fernandina Post-office.

it "one of oar lies," And, a contest. n right here the feel The contrast: !between the and tho'j1ncuon' from which your life was drawn to throb( funeral. We would not speak More incendiarism at, ,Fcrnandina.

i r ",' ing our publication of a letter 10twithstam.(front the ings by which the ,movements of some dreary winter-look; of the dry nf two long ,reaching, :.branches of the with pain when* lit should( swell with disiespectfull1of these good brethren $500 reward has be:offered, S ,for' .the.
i landscape Suwannce, andat the same time commanding pride ? 'To the well-kept of and sisters., They ar'e excellent people' capture of the incendiarys.Fernandina .
man
I I : President of the Senate Republicans seem to be makeit thirty '
: pro tern corroborating prompted along the way and the bright and J Hopeful transportation! facilities of lull-blooded and passionate, whose and doubtless much more agreeable at has been divided into'

.l fully,our statement, and not. eminently proper ,to a.'k, the circumstantially ; presentation given at this season of the Railroad the mills at Ellaville have higher nature hiareIyioIds the sensual hllm than here. But here they put on ward: ?,-four wrfrds in all.

"wIthstanding that the whole statement' pertinent question, ,what will i in, does a restraint Which holds! in check'the best ,
I I the year, is ple3s 1ht' indeed. The corn advantages seldom excelled. There is subjection, i it pay to i inflame. the JEFFERSON COUNTT.
sustained by the Journal, of the Senate result from any ill advised, harsh 'or arrogant shows an'abundant 'harvest the latter und weaken tilt brain till 'it loses part of their humanity They,feel as if The match game of base ball between'the
1 : 'crOpalreadyIullymadetnt1tho no'beiter timber in tho South than they all the time in ",
that were meeting
,
: attested by the editor, he stands conduct of the present do.uioanLparty the 'controlling power iiHlltll\"cs' him at Jefferson club and* the Savannah
fodder mo.-tly on 'this iver,'and the supply already- the[ mercy \>t the t tempest'he has raised ? and surrounded .by so many ministers club! will take place in Savannah on tko
tilent and convicted, without the courage of the State which from its nature secured and the Iht'j.seem to consider themselves under
cotton;now mainly well curcil is ftir Does a man ever appvar-more' brilliantin i 20th ins!. .
'ye\r .
1 or manliness to admit his error.' should throw upon that party the ,dangerous grown and fJ"lliter1..1Jid ;fair: for that "one' enough' marry decent society' when it! is apparent bonds; t<, behave with pious propriety.We A'. democratic mass-meeting will S beheld
A stick, of L1>qnare ,timber 84, feet long) gladly turn to those cheerful, joyfulchristiar.s in Monticello the 8th '
i:: It accused the congressional delegation responsibility assuming a policy good crOi' jwhich } inedn\'ilt' do It that 'this enthusiasm .is, artificial, and on vuU -
liL
and 26x2 inches was"sawed order who live in the'sunshine of a
f $ : to ,a that hat be
\\! tonight maintains -
r ; nf criminal neglect of the transportation or adopting a course of action which b so much to cheer and eloquently the -
, cncourago ourwlolepoplo. since and his brighter world and! reflect light upon
I to' few days I saw slicks 28x28sawed as opinion would be disclaimedlo'morrow
:"Intttsu of the State, declaring that no from the very nature.of'mnn. an \ the lu'r4flru no patent appearances bed ? When the tongue' mo\-es all around. They are as happy ''andlh"ely Condensed News. .
in Lake
; here/or an engine ,
mention was made (f'tb State In tho character of circumstances, would t6 the of by tho dreaded with unwonted swiitnesV:'accelerated by here as nt horae They are people
certain r:1\:1gcs" Superior region. More than 20,000.000 ,wboio we" ,like to. .meet ,and with Th.t; Pii-sidentdeciines. to send troops,
report of the committee, and made no knowledge all, lead directlyto caterpillar, but both "the t fly and die alcohol,. does it nut always outstrip the
: -the feet of timber and lumber? were shippedby sense? Can a man think of the whom, ,it is, pluasaut to he assoc \tc". Mississippi except under a call made, a
apology or amende when convicted of conflict inauguration of a, class, or race worm- ,ba\e. been discovered in varioui,'I this 'establishment during thlJ" last that began: only with the: wine and gayety notremember They attract strangers and little children striekly i in accordance with the terms S ,ot r

t r>: ;, ..niistatcmcnt. sections. Tji} worm is ,more, than a and. hut'for 't the. pqnic! more still : sum.wllnt idly, or .ridel, instcadt'f repelling l them. the Constitution. -
t'' I called the tatcment that an appropriation As the inauguration ,of,curb a contest mouth later than usual and though thecgttotalt year ; spoken, some happy opportunity lost in Those who are settled in 'their owncotta"'cs bclla Martin, a colored man'of-some
i ,would have been shipped i in the present for the have learned the has; been i ( '
Democrats season ,note appointed a Treasury
by in the wild .
favorof The
of had been made for being "a forgcttulness ? vo'ungwifeVstnile
$20.0 ,) >o ,is.l.ftle. the hope h generalljexpieseed ,
white : year.VtarO promised a detailed f tatcment of to'a happy art of taking things easy. Their I agent and assigned Mississippi or-
I ,' "*, the Penscla Navy Yard, a lie, and niaifs government" would' from that, the major portion,of the i of the milling operations soon for sigh of sadness 'the welcome sby'&t1,11iciori changed of: y"ungmcn ,flourish in blue.shirts /ind duty.' S1iie S

t' violently attacked Representative ,Pur- its inherent, antagonism with ,the 'pro crop wilt escape the caterpillar curse. the NEW SOUTH 'Who 'can estimate tittle'child, the,questioning! look of "menials a. pants an<| their niaiden ,bloom ,under! ;:' estate of Judge Chase jsoD.i '

."' .'f? mID for false representation and when fessed principles of the Republican party God grant it may be so. There is'more I } and the'laceration of' accusing spacious str-'Y' hats and wear comfortable thino'rcr$100,000.S'
tbe value to tho State of tho. Ellaville 'dr TheirlittI'e children Oithe 1st November Brs..
tbe Floridian cites the words ,of the appropriation only serve to augment its solidity and tbau the usul enterprise, exhibited in i Mills? conscience, are the experiences of many tses.wade; in'ti.e water'ofWcslev play Secretary ,
in"sand tow of and
increase its _ _- a "good fellow1' wbfi still ip the flush or I will'pitY $20,000,000 coupon
is
: instead of making a manly' strength,so there never wasa the inquiry fur possible destructives of' H -' of Lake, and don't 'get scolded for' their $5OQO,000 registered bonds', ndnoin: \
and
I
health for '
-i ii
pride Vil.you-Iook.
;, retractioty it dishonorably endeavors tocreep better time to remind all Republicansthat the wOrm and their ,experimental appli-I' f i, ,Editorial Ncjies.I victims ? Don't, go. to, the"gutters, for "dirty clothes. The old loJks'ghe themselves r teie.t '.will ,thereafter accrue upon that

out as follows: a,class contest is so palpably in cation and good report is made or the I the'wretch you find there has fallen! 'below to rest and,forget the busy world. I amount of bonds, the names' being. desvIgnated.

': THAT $35o.000 opposition'to'the-principles the party*, "kerosene1' remedy. : i THE TKIBUNE OK SECRETARY Bius- the pale ofoar sympathy perhaps All go-into the ocean to bathe, old. and '

". i' Ii ae m4 that we w millet'by Major Purman' that if, ,by, any,Indirection hr'premedit TOW.-The "New York ,Tribune 'can but glance among your'own "etn and young. rich and poor the;! .are.no,dis- August 1st Grambetta made a powerful -*
inability to point out a la which the fjso/wo fo Quietas Jacksonville appears at this tinctions. The.Atlantic is no respecter speech in favor" ,of a republic, to
how : lives ''without- life
,; : f'ensacoU nary yard was It concealed. Into expressing a tion, it be inaugurated by any numerically : .season of the year, Tallahassee is. in, ,easily be acquitted of any charge of, un- see in many whom 'how, 'of persons. The huge'wave.pver,which_ which the Margin de Franclin replied,
doubt to Its passage. turns up in"an act making many .hope;ideality/ aspiration '
'
appropriations I lo Iundr civil expenses o the Goornncn respectable portion of the party comparably more so. Its 'streets look'. partiality toward any 'of? the ,Cabinet' faith,in God; orman or' 9manihas young Tom rides as 'gracefully' as' a i in"a speech favoring the.monarchy.,
(-&C.. *I follows ,"Fo the navy it Counsellors'of President Grant: 'and ''et'e ; duck knocks the Presiding Elder .' endways adjournment (rom August 6th, tp Noivenib
i; yard commencing ; re-building will rend the party in twain. lonesome' enough. and one ,scarcely ,, been burned out, and thick, whether '
.
a P- and
te i rolls him on the beach r 30 was finally carried.
"
the dok. So long as the absolute in are glad to seu that itspeaks, in the alcohol be food or P9jio'4 cS' it pay up '
needs
equality to leave the bidewa'ktu find .
:,". ]fact,bofye.that the Major was l uncertain excellent S without the slightest regard for ecclesiastical : The French journals fearing the Affect;
i l( l Strongly* .,precis the locality theory of that the be uttle is Jo"e lit\e right privilege and obligation before: opportunities for'u c1i8tnrbed reflection highest terms of Secretary :Bristow's to'us6itP"; .-_ E usage. > of allowing,Biamark to gain,any footing

".,, rdii a liberally all bwe by the meeting at Warring.tan. t the law. and impartial suffrage, ore or abstract speculation. ,The success in 'the negotiation, of the new Hillsboro;County' Convention. Tfiere.are sqm,classes society notrepresented in Spain, and pretoing not to appear a*.

j lbs truth "1.0 that the "'V department the leading principles und actuating old Hotel five per cent loan. In'viewofthe subscription ,at,Ocean Grove. The hIgh. following 'the initiative "or Germany,
I dccmd I Becesury to rebuild the which was City Icldandoceasiona1 In'pursuance'ofa'call.of the Republican -, fashionable the 'shoddy the 'now favor immediate of
I politician
recognition
( loan ly
'for ,
burned dain the war.and tl.e apprcpnati n was made motives ol the party advocated and travelers hunting urund"for; shc-Uer i $$15,000,000. : the, I '
I effort o the part of the Florida del : go Executive Committee oi the:c;>unty the rough and the rowdy' find no Spain.
egation.' ouy aa)willing; to "give the devil Ida practised in integrity And sound commonsense at sonic of the excellent private boarding made by the two,house? of Rochschilds I of Ilillsborb''i Florida; a1 meeting attractions here. The air f snot wholesOme HA'raNt.-FiIty. S Spanish merchants

: due claiming: we more suspect than bis share.this Instance the gentleman 1 ,, it can and probably will "prevail, places, which, after all, can never & Sons und SoHgman & Co.,'the Tribune the Republican party of'said County1,' for them. The pure' cold water,' have agreed to make an extra charge

makes favorable comment and I ass nibled at the U School,House,in pumped 'from the : reservoir underground on all shipments and 'consignments and
- .: Recently. we called attention to tbe but no longer. If our premises are,well fully supply the | pt a very up
public bom4
|J'IIL
? : "ThoPrerulthas :vindicated Secretary Turnpa on the.27fb ,day of July,' A, D. ,is not their favorite beverage. bills of exchange alter August 1st, the
founded
; rrronrk ble ecincidccce conclusions says
of creditor of our are inevitable
A Various rumors. prevail c l iicininghe 1874, for the purpose of electing, two And besides,they Uonot like the society proceeds to go to the aid ot the, govern-
A .;I: the Union firm going t Tallahassee' and the practical trio il' 'we would, adduce renovation' and inipnncme'nt'of the old BristJw's determination too, hive I delegates and two alternates to attend at, the Grove. menu -

' "J rimfull of A valorous determination to ,is a plain one.. hotel and it U to be hoped that its reconstruction tho fi\tthtdive percent; loan ''treated L Congressional Convention to con Of course, no liquors are sold on or In the THton-Beecher- case' additional- -

%. have: his demands for which he bad as a desirable investment by any Syn. yeneat1'ahlahase' the llth day'of' nl.af the grounds out' the trustees have statements conti ue'to bo made by various
WhIle well : be accomplished before
; capacity as as integrityare may dicaio 'which applied for U and adds:; August; A. D.) 1871 for "the1 purpose of admitted some of the luxuries, of life.; parties. Mr. Beccher is reported td

sy''' tDb loit nettled, and coming back universally regarded as necessary the f ntire! 1iitof any'public accommodation "the :l.t'eriastto: be ; nominatiug-'a'member tf>' represent the Refreshing ice-cream. exhiltrating soda- have requested Mr. Moulton to appear
: J I
) ,' H-jth an Atl interim ,appointment to a qualifications for representative men aspiring for travelers I U presented to ,congratulated first Congressional:District or the State water and festive p ll-nats 'may be and testify before the-committee.. The

Z cuunty-mce. We alluded, to this mat prominent position n', in thRepubUcait I the next ,legislature" jU u cogent reason I upon this arrangementnro the, 'bankeriwbonegotiate'LIic oC,Florida In.the' 44th Congress of JbQ bought within a few rods of the ,preach excitement in regard to the matter is increasing

:. ter as An illnstratioo of the vicious other sound ( ': I' 'loan., United States Tbe' meeting came to .ers' stand.Ocean'Grove., and the papers from, all part &
'. or any party orrurnovIngth capiioj.! order at 2 o'clock; M., .at the call of the with, nil its a.ttractions is of the. coqntry are filled with, matter in, *'
.u .unscropnloDS ni-ages now In rogoc.,by the vast. numerical preponderance oi r The ground about the Capitol are Ox THE1\ ICE' .QoESTiojf.: The Union I Chairman 5f the' Executive,Republican' ,available, nlwo di;three ni' riths'lqthe. reference" to the subject. S

which executive patronage, intended for colored men hi the Republican party'of r much improved by the work of Adju- gives: in I its )at issue, a good ,deal) of I Committee, when"on'motion. PerryG.' year.' There 'we can' avoid the op- The paper East and West abound- frf

the,promotion of the public good, is constantly the South, has both as a matter of justice t.ant- encrl} Varhuu,' in ploughing J i space_to what purports'to be a, fair! dis"cussion Wall was elected Chaifman-of meet prebsiVe heat, of the summer. But whi S political platforms, resolutions and 'addresses ->
t being to further partisan and in iogj and Charles Ilanford,*,by'acclama thersh'ahl, we1 go to escape th killing no two o'f which can' agreet -
policy placed position gradingand the Innd. With
prominent
use I grassing1 I of LbtiI'nc'ss pi t fc4etIDg'1L:t l ; '
I aDd i AI tisnal don Secretary. cold ota merciless winter? To Florida,, any extent, and from them little tight is
peri'onl the ,
the Benjtintl men selected rather for their known its gieen gruB, its noble old oaks and a thIs. chyf" but la alljluejse things'Attend, ing, :11"; object of the meeting having'been of course to Florida. Some gentlemen, thrown upoii tbQ probable latitude .the.. .

< bothered with ugly coincidence, fealty to' the ,predominating party element little moro 'care 'ii keeping the walks) I circumstances! ,' sometimes,claimonstde{ made ,known and explained,, nomina, -' :interested in the Ocean Gf ove enterprise,' parties arranging themselves in opposktion

1)f ._yi "IoU He1 and publishes the follow. *, than for special qulificAtions(r clean-cot, ; and weeded,., ,the Capitol I ration j tion'swere thei declared in' prder, On and \desirous;of estahjishipg a similar 'to, the ,AdmUtration.,
In iU editorial l columns IS motion Jumes T; Magbee .,.and: Samuel Later confirm and make still
inj; ; cultivation and .attainments. It lias for grounds woutd have an agreeable ,A pafS awjnter, resort, when January reports', :
ap sweeping mpeachment-byimplica-
I. Bryant were elected delegate 'Wthe would be :as pleasant:all July, turned more terrible the statement 'of daniag&tolifeartd
STILL ANOTHER UE NAILE. two years been decmed'emInentJy fit; and ,to-daythe.1ook. & of firm well I known taro r Convention s nd /and W. '
Far several weeks the pearance, as we >n a so as George Geiger their attention' to' Florida. The'result property of the-recent Pittsburgh -

ly bNouaUoUrbuud past Nsw finally by.direct labored state. that both tbe white and tho',tolore'd eje- hare never before 8een"th"em. M. W. ,Drew &..Co, nnd an Indirect accusation .;. Wl'Uooper, alternates.On S I was they purchased, atract'oflarnt, on floodV More than 200 bodies'arafonnd.

.Mawbty.t. ".Ia to th, supesiut nieM In appointing of school,C.Cov.F. meets of tho Republican party should I A good deal of political excitement is I ofcxtoriio'n on their1 ,part will I ;adopted motion 'theifollowing. resolutionswere I the St. John's opposite 'Jacksonville. Tbe loss is estimated at overt
to wit
E : The is cail.-d the
craw settled a monry claim held against havq their representative men in the apparent in Leon .and withal I this company Arlington I $500,000,000. .5'- -
him the "full I county ) in community require strong support Resolved, 1.That we recognize in the Morton
by former "II1ha& to chancery" bad ti I Bluff Association. The idea, is, ,homo I At Topska. Kansas! Judge ,
-d.wiihirnwa. awl on that account. Is This mean, tuali- Uouse Representatives. This selection, I much amusement' at tbojIosperite and I from 'Yaots$ ,' for 'none- of :our, business Hon,W.,J."Purman,pur Representative for'the wnter. Tbe, place, is laid ;pand Whom- Pomeroy accused of bias against, ,

{' (. Jl Tumdiy.coaunptlbie whidi Uentioa Jiows that put the to blU re in t by ch*the arcry has been satisfactory' to the:great bulk: somewhat clumsy efforts: that have "been I firms stand higher'fur,business integrity '{Congress, an able, faithful add ener- 'some of the,lots already,sold, Alow" him'expressed as welt as' held, has allowed ,

was witliJrawn .long afO as last November and of tho party: 'KoTchange lg"riow deITrablo directed towards A truck nod dicker ors as ,well.at Y r. > -ethipubnc 'servantpiMl that he'well f 'people..'spent ,last 'winter' here: chargV'of venue In'SenatofjPomeroyTs
% I ut All m-iy iOercaces between Messrs.Jbtearm, : ; I energy esenres tb c OfitIn ciiI r. the r will'ije is
peopleoltbe built'and next -winter Tbe
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'casef
4 Cottages case. ;
Uawbry and W.Iwa.as partner in the ,1WCIW nor will iUslact..ry':; I. V 17/ compulsory conciliation. : :
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with the '
"I..wi? < from,our,acquaintance t members State'of Florida,? ,'iftttiJtcsolvcd .( ',
,.c (mvi* tit tat appointment of Mawbry. j' .I' will see quite a'colony Arlington. ': Osage.CountYj to'bo tried before Jodga
: JIW, .i' a crm&rjtt*ifmH by the publisher! And now in view of.the, well,". known-, The Li.' -, ,I rnor' ,.frms. partially:!: I flf the firm, we are satisfied ;that t ,,2d. That our delegate* from CASSICS., Hay ton. i

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CITY NEWS. Percival, and lu ttey & Howi-ll, large number of books hare been 'Our Enterprising Merchants 'NEW 'ADVERTISEMENTS. .i H------ ,...,W' .. .,-.' FURN1TUKK -

: exceeded in Jhls Stateand_ probably f i: to'the Theological library for sate I Editor Jfeta South -The manner Inn iI I :. : 2 ,:, :-4 ,-. : 0
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WEDNESDAY MUENIKC, AVGLS? 3. 1874. equal to those of Savannah and !i I Central Sales Room, on Bay at. I which many merchants of Jacksonville ;" 1 1I .'''; '- 'T'URNITUR&\ WAREROOMS

1'i books offered for sale are the are conducting their business is I '
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the to 5, .SS.T' .
agencies
" Real Ecute. strongly,mnong of clergyman in simply ridiculous and we regret to haveto ;: --,1 ; < ': : "." Il: 5---. '

\ The Real Estate Agents 1ft the city report the State trade towards this city, I' Impecunious admit that their transactions are actually r ,! 'x. t.". .

continued rise in the value of timate centre. In this way, all are childish. Why so much jealousyand S' _. : c' j''M.
the
." O. L. Keene has attvrJpt to belittle oar neigboors PIt r't 5'' ,<,, DAVIS R E
Und in !<*. and blocks and the steady ested in the growth of this internal nearly comple is the custom in other business towns, T j'7. : cs.' & _D ''Y

advancement "r demands. Me *rs, Norton the hands of such.competent men. improvements of his for every merchant to. stand by his .,., .

. I: & Kooker hare recently sold) to a store on Bay street, and will in neighbor, bat In Jacksonville every man >. ;:,.' ,, .5 .!' -
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: Mn Cobnrn, blockKb.. 98, in/'Springt Highly Important. a month go to the Northern mar- nearly takes a p.rtI'olar'delight in assailing ": c PARLOR SUITS. OlAMBER SUITS. .

a new stock of good The hit rival, and inventing all sorts -: .
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We learn grapevine -.c.-- : ,
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field, for f of untruths to take way his neighbor's : ik -
presents a much neater and I iE' .
our excellent 'O lf'mpol'ftrrG. trade. How they will succeed time will : ," S <

i-: For Congress. Pratt, of the Palatka Herald convenient appearance fchow. Equally true is the assertion that i .:: ': > BARs

;' Taking the expressions and signs of plates delivering a series oT the Board of County Commis some of our Bay street merchants are I'"a; -';; .'. MOSQUITO. : -H' &FLTURF'S'S

( j the Con erntivea and Conservative daring his vi&it nt the North, : are to investigate the mouth of damaging themselves and injuring trade I' : RESERVED S "....

in this District as a oriu-rion we and creek, they should ascertain generally by selling goods below 'cost :- 1.. r S 1--
press of the geoloey, entomology, Whether men who transact business in :,

rl should judge that Col. W. B. Anno, of of Florida. He ,will! endeavor l of the main channel. Possi this manner, ,can survive for a great I Parlor Salts. DAVIS. & DREW, OJ.$ j- "-

.: this rity. is to be the choice of the Uonr. plain and. account for the beaidas the sawdust from while is a question to be dftermined.A Parlor *, Cnamh .-
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; Suits. comer of & ....
i H member of '' mill obstructs the true man who is determined to sell goods Parlor S -Chamber'-
Bervative party as Congress.UCul. natural and unnatural phenomena FOR
at all hazards is simply foolish and Salts. BAT AND LAURA STREETS., .SnltaV* .
,.r Anno concludes tI, ran he will, cribed in the Herald during the places himself and the community in PIANOS-ORGANS-PIANOS. ,:) ; Parlor. chamber
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Sui JK.sonn.t. Ft Sets
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no doubt, develop more strength than yuars. His descriptions of the Esq., now strongly adheres which be lives in a very contemptible ,"I 0- S t1 ; ..4_

; oi that 1. confined Ionic school and Tbales of Mile- light when viewed by sensible men. Having associated myself with the largest Music .
auy gentleman party. logy, will e principally House in the South I 5 S i-;,,' .
km now prepared la sell at unusual ; : -
Whose loot does shoe :
i" _rit flea, the mosquito, and the rejoice could' he hear him dis-. the pinch P Lw prices for cash cr by small monthly payments J.'B.RQCJi'E-: & CO.gff = S S ;' '. S u ,ti. 'i.-

Lake City vs. Jacksonville. chigoe, as they appear at Palatka upon bis favorite tenet, that the Kaabe. Haiku & Dam ft Co..Haines& Bras., EXAMINE OURLARGE-STOCK.

'"I The Fat Men's Base Bull Club of Lake he is prepared to prove that is the) principle ot'all natural things. Local Advertisements.NOTICE. W.Mason Emenca&Hamin and and the Ploubet.Southern Pelton Gem&Pianos Co. Organ; also. "7:;'. ; ;. ; ', ,, P ',.. '. -

:; City propose to challenge the Fats" of local causes they'aro entirely of.Tohit El' fS, ,sudden change- Easiest terms ever& ftn. Call and see what I can offer ..1'.5' : _. .,.' < .

;. this city to friendly game. The total at that favored* locality. In Monday night. and fined $5 ia the way of superior Instruments and low prices. ,;- :c""Vjf.. .: J."tJ "r1.P' \ '".1 ) 5 .5-- "- :7' !:::l,. .. )1-- ,

Having told out busioex in this city to Mr.A.K. 7-19-Swjm J.H.OCHUS. ; .5- ?".*$ '4f.i;. .. ,. f.\ '}.
weight of the Lake City Club i is 2.083 the fauna he will. show the.M yor. my '' ,' ,o 101 ; ;, :
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upon .Perdral I talct this ... ..ot'"' '
method of expressing my thanks -5- t 'J .gfb h' rf'JJw --' "..5:5 ..10t. ,
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pounds while that of the 'Jax. Clnb beht hunting and the most of it is in ,the last Union had .. : "" 101 ; lO1" ;' if
- a to my customers far the liberal patronage I have re CARD. ,. : : :, .: S -
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ink
;1 it 2,718. At a recent game found in Putnam County, :l article on the appointment of ccived from .hem in the post six yean;tad I take pleasure ', .. -. s:: .. .;:" -. -5 .,. : 101-: "T5-* 101 .

City between the Ft'Men and' the U. P. game' unusually abundant and of the Peace. Furseveriti I in recommend.ng my successor.and hope for a continuance : NOTICE .. S .',.-'i.'Ii11 .::,+ i--S 1-_;.." -j H. r lot Ie I Jac'nrvu.z.a.io1 FLA. 101 :.' -- '
years .5-
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of their trade the old .
at stand assuring aD .
: I>. Clnb the game scored : Fat Men 2; docile. Having also an to : : ir, 101 101 :
eye To Printers -
men have been. ,appointed that the sat.tins oleood& .ii1.be kept and prompt Exchanges., Publishers and ,aH t ,, 1'1 . 1111 ) 1'{:1i1- -

U. P. I1*. 1.Base. _ will lay before the sporting office.of tru t which certainly re attention given" to patrons. I. :: -'. V*.1' ,: S -tS.5. .s-'I's. 1 .. /': ,.s's4'Sfl :: ,:':" Lot lOt C. .. Ml 101 :: fl nm.. -
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Ball at Lake Cityt a very important discovery I legal knowledge, and men, now THE ANSON HARDY i S r" ,' S S ,' ..._. 101 101 S t,.'t .

I: Several citizens and members of the himself which Is nothing less office in the county wholly in- TOTHEJ-UIUC. r i5"S' ', : iI.-r"i --S .,.. 101 010:01010 D fcD 0101010191 101 1 l ""'

of to work in I take pleasure in introdocirj to the Mr.E.C. Latest Improved 1W; .q 101 0"--' ----_-'- iOI :'. S
training alligators ; for the posit ion Let public -. .
us have
; R. E. Lee Base Ball Club will leave :' : i:- lOloo DAVIS&D..,oalOl .
Bid.'cn. .
recently frcm sananah. 5 '
my successor
and he
here to-night for Lake City, to witness propDSts'.to organize a in the Wheeler& Wilson Manufacturing Co.'. office in PAPER AND CARD CUTTERS.I IOLOlcor'oooorooocnoououcolOi 101 lOloooa FvamTtni condOS 4 .

the second of the series of match games company to put this scheme upon hlom does the fair young lady.on this city. Mr B dwcQ U thoroughly acquainted with FOR SALE OR KENT-CITY. 101 lOloooooooraoooooncoanoolOl 4! '
- basis in time for the the Wheeler have resumed the manufacture and sale of these 101 lOIooo W. ocoIOl : ,
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between the I tSotl.'. and Garden Citj's. coming street think that the epithelial 1 _WJson sewing machineJ having been 101 101aooooooootxooooooooo.PlOliciaioiowu&Lroiuioioioi '

. This trie& of games l in for the champion will have a fleet ot gondolas : which, during the,morning ablu- for.yean and is connected an expat with manipulator the Saranoah and adjuster General, of Agency the Machines,and so with expensively which my circulated name has for been the so past long fifteen identified FOR; SALE. 101 101 lot 101. 101;,,.1r-:, ft

: belt of the State. The fare has been reduced bt trained 'gators ready "to washed from her beautilul face same besides being possessed *t their bthineu and social years; and all HjekSmrt f my ma.tifact.rt wtUturiaftfr lot 101 101 101 10:* ',,S' .

one-half. If a party of twenty or crowd of tourists who shall make bomo other,,morning, adorn her qualifi-adoo which win ,endr?all his dealings It marked tJkcutn in my illiatrattd circular miles from Ten Jacksonville.acres of land This on the land Kings is ROM!,only two 101 101 101 101 101 id 101
Johns river their ground. with the public both prufiuble'and pleating. ,wit my namt amdaddrra in tJu cattinf. 101 101 101 191 -
'. the fare will be if stamping in the shape of a leaf from her _
$2 101 101
more only 101101< .
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Allow this ADMIRABLY K.1
me at time to express to the patrons of the' My latest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER ADAPTED TO THE >
Colonel has.several other little tot 101',
less than twenty it will be $3 for the ; while the leaf, faded and cast Wheeler& sewing machine in this city and vicinity with patent moveable cutting board,two all-steel tempered 101 1101 Prt.J: i'
all i qually meritorious, which he in its ,' earnest of their unidrm knives and still holds its CULTURE OF SUGAR CANE AND 101 JOl .' <> .;.
round trip. .may, turn! give,to the pas- my pprecUion courtesy squaring board post FRUITS S I .,
ALL
101 "
poses to lay before the people the means for the milk which and the hope that the sane may continue to exist troD U the FAVOBIT Ptrci CtrrrcB AMOXG PKINT- OF KINDS. .181 .....101 lot : .

Monthly Weather Record. North during his tour. We buck to toe same btautj in cou-: between them and my tucrmor. ts.'and the best machine in the market for the low and is beautifuly located(or BUILDING LOTS. Foe '!,i\O:
. .A. K. PUOVAL.FOR price charged for rt.TJu price and terms,apply to "
We are furniohrd with the following wi&h him a successful campaign.It t>easun, the lost epideiin. Such B. H. WEBSTER. S .T", I..j. ""' '.'
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monthly means of the bll.romt'tcr1"eloo- is alM 'bruited in literary ( :REXT. latttt.Improftd Hard;,Card Cuttev is pronounced at'Wallace's Mill. ---r -- ":-_
, A finnisbed' room, centrally : Rent low. the MOST DESIKASLX CARD Cuiiin in the or by letter.care A. WALLACE.Jacksonville.. THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTED
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ity of wind and amount of rainfall the Colonel. contemplates i issuing for S Florida. '
the of
Fernandinaisms. Apply at_this oce. market general uses a prtntiug office IN THE SOUTH. ;
with the prevailing direction of the elaborate work tltsctiptive) of' Tkf _/- _,Xngfftt Card Catttr, with my S :

wind fir the month of July, by Richard Floridacopiously i illuMrated with DEALT OF TUE WEATUER. IIIAT'SODA FOUNTAIN latest Iroprovenwnts Is still pre&rred by many printers Latest style' Itraw-aDd IIk hats at Buckys. S 4 '. .

e thermometer last week, 8G. In the LM fav.rit* cigar store is admired by :and holds its Eivorhism over other machines. +;,"!')- -- ,, -'-...4i".T.
McLaughlin, Signal Observer here: medicine cuts ot the most elegant talliag. RaiuUll i inch all.6iJtf \
SALE.
FOR Parlor PLAIN ,
For airrs and prices see illustrated circulars. RICH Clamber
Hijrbot barometer, 30.316. on the 14th; This work'will be principally ) ol tbuuder., ; ..- Sl L" ,' Suns.
EASE BALL GOODS S Shipped .direct from the factory to any. part of the BY A. J ROSS. Parlor and Chamber
lowest 29.869 on the 28th difference '
; of extracts from the Herald- POSSIBILITIES. S '
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At Santa Qaiis Bazaar, LlCngles Granite Block country.; Suits. S > SoitSW-2

447; highest thermometer, 93; lowest and somewhat amplified., will cattrwal..long the Gulf Coast corner Bay and Pine streets.Jacksonville..>. J. Orders solicited and can be fifleJ by return maiU S Ashley IB this city street neighborhood, between Pine fint-claas and Laura on north within side one ot I Parlor Suits. SUBSTANTIALFURNITURE.

69; difference, "4; total rainfall 7.48 P. S.-Since the 'above' was '" ol grace divine" bloc*of the St. James Hotel and'jo feet from one of I Parlor S Chamber
loose iu the interior Snuw : TO RENT AdJras.A the best boarding-houses ia town.two two-story Suits. ,. .Suits
inches; prevailing wind South ; total we regret to learn of the death of For 'the summer. A large fur room on Bjyktreet. SOX HARDY, S t .5"P: {)
SISTER FRAME
be ted iiortli ot HOUSES
a given '
may exptt .
oumtHT of miles traveled 4G50; maximum the most promising of the The Rocky Mountains will& nut 4-25tf. Apply at the office of Tat N 7 3seotcDlI., ... adapted to single or double tenement use, without :.". : :' -Ii..m

velocity of wind. 26 miles per trained alligators. The creature their ba e tuisiuoulu. Cautiou- &SOVTK. change expense. Each having six room below,aclu 5 -r 5, -.5'; 1 b'We -
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-' t*o kitchens in L attached to main house and
hour; number cloudy days, 9; number tangled in its halter and was -hot in auj thing. ICE CREAM WANTED: iuur .AOuve; six clouts below and four above will are prepared to offer ourrtst ck'at 'r
That aD acknowledge to be A lady of several experience hre-place in each room in main house. Lach house .. '
has
lie arrove and again has be superior to any ever to ibad' years "' .
of rainy dtys. 17. strangled. in teaching the ..; KngUsb branches, French, having two frunt and two back entrances and driveway remarkably prices.. ; *
-_ hum our midst. Like borne ill in this city previously b to be obtained at the and Music.wishes a situation as Teacher inaschoa L on each kitle.with piaua across Sic entire boot. .5 : .;.J. 1:" ':
bird ot prey with biokeii beak Temperance Keading Room at I fvcria. 63d, or private uniy.; Reference given i' nqo red. extending round the corners twenty feet to the iron' .
. Good News for the Brutes. This on a Preacher- Addrcs&lbS H L..Charlie Hope doors,aUo mind the entire L, with walk same heighof : .' ;: 5--
. The Mr. taioni he pounced ,upon us 7-15-31 liranswick Co- Virginia p?.7ra_running thirty teet back to the double wood- -. :o'S
good llergh will be rejoiced l lto Said an el jqucnt preacher just butlk-icnt plumage ,lilt VICHY'AND K1SSENGEN. house isxjo tet. '
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bear that at 'last an inten t has >been T.a LeD him to make steerage he Many on rising in ,the morning complain a headache A WELL OF .' '. .. '- 7-'
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way C.L. KOBIXSOM, W. WHITKt2T, WATER. -
J. :iRHCA1US.J1I :
taken in You'r a beautiful creature; his tent ,like the Modoc'"and or feeling stupid. A glan GCVichyor Kissengen Law and U.S.Comm'r. DAVIS E W
the welfare of dumb animals Att'y at Jnotary.Public. and pumps within five feet of L,brick curb and sink! ,
Then the hen jiru for that, from "Tuff"Mammoth Juuntain in La Favonta cures ., .._ .. _.
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The has 'hunakd attached with cemented drain fifty feet to cess pool. J '
;,' in Mayor pro a day L. ROBINSON & CO.
this city. On Monday, A drayman Laid three eggs in bin hat. and tor the all such, un.Icasant. scnuiJons. 6'if if C 1 base bouoa..re within forty feet ot each other Incomplete ., .,... ,.lJ.Y
al&.k.
1 ,: named Ben King was arrested for cruel- And fur this did the HenrewardBeecher. d prater RtAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS order throughout' having .been recentl; S =:.. sa ... _
IJ as he look his fight ,and puiiied and repaird. lhe western oae occupies i a
t? ly beating hU mule. The complaint .- Botltm faftr. } heavedan able-bodied "BUY YOURSELrA HOME.' .-. Agency The Manhattan Life Insurance Company oNew half lot-the eastern occupying the west half of a fUll] All kinds of FURNiT. ckRti1l7..4MATTRESSES.
IS TO THIS OK .- A VILLA-SIT on St.John'i is o erej for sale. York. lot.upon which is a lawn.with orange pack and 6C
, EQUAL A covauro.A riverj
nude Mr. relief. Chickens
was by W. II. who S.- >
nfJW-.TtoOat and
Avery, on trees gripe vines all under thniry growth. Ab .
WHITEPIKE..WAL-j..J
quiet old lady in Maint One of the mst desirable places in the vicinity of Assets tgfxxj.: ..UDbidechurpJus$1,666,636.95: north side
Jacksonville on Forsyth between Market
limbs aud street and
; scrip caut ously ,
has a high appreciation of the horse and peers 7-tB-t-3- NUT. and CEDAR LUMBER, effc,
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1-L.dawn, I. i ; iu Vacant containing as acres-about S acres ready far S Liberty a two-story-and-a-hali house thirteen rooms.
'i its co-worker, the mule, and on Tue>- Born and bred mid her pine pigeon-hole. otfiues planting.:. For particulars,apply at the counting-room built in 1870 by the present owner_occupied by him ,. J
tbe streets and the ruelUh OF as a private residence having feet -.7
it'A upon SEHEDULE. sixty frontage on
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: day morning. King Mistaken before trees and forests; ibcirlash,bwords anu later of1'n NEW Sotn- 4-astf CHANGE Forsy.h street and n.ty two and a half feet-oa Adams; ,.. .
He couldn't pop distance between s reets two hundred and feet with
rite then vx ten
.' the Mayor tn.l! fined $' aud costs. The she sent him dove here iSo wit! iuipuuUj while everjbooy 'CIGAR; 4 large cistern bath-_, pastries closets and water Swiss masEn and white goods of aO Jan at, Bur.THE' ./
i first blow so ua > lie has The stesmer City Point having been withdrawn lor OB three a.. htcluding a small lot of hirniture. AU -
for the protection of the most And thus did his AarctUtaIn } p'" -gone. (1 mean I Imported domestic and of their,own manufacture Summer repairs. the abuse mentioned property being alwatcd on high ,- -

Useful of dumb animals has now been ,.'s. .swllb. I can always be had.a better article and at a lower price I '. ground considered as : :"" *

: attempts have been made by than any othei, place,in. the city, at:'Cmto& Cots. La THE STEAMER DICTATOR' HEALTHY AS ANY PART OF THE cITY JACKSONVILLE,,.. : .
tli lick, and will be followed : *
. by inicrnul fiends I&w.-ila.
up 6-
Short. to cremate the ;? jd' having good and circulation of air at all times.Will *i sXt-mm
f' others wbanerer nece -S Lry. No damage done as yet -'- ,- be sold lur CASH at a very low figure as the owner b SALES AND
.' _, -Tho Knave of ''Clubs still chickens thine'J BUILDERS'AND CONTRACTORS CATTAJH: LEO VOGEL desirous of settling up. For particulars apply to the LJ.Vt.KxL.J .
thy.lugbbur'* as
owner A. ROSS.
; The Steamer "Pioneer." through the Kuss Will had a complete assortment lumber, dressed WiD. ; j no ; Fla. J.
( ty."Thank when jou feel like it; JtSs until further .CHARLESTON eve y Jacksonville. ,July 1.1874. STAB LES'3

;: As an indication of the eteady growth God, for that little Believe ever, )thing your hear. and Lumber undrcxcd.'V rd:mouldings Orders to be:delivered.etc..at at landings die Depot on TUESDAY.evening and SAVANNAH every WEDNESDAY of_Also four by rooms same sac party.comer tar;ale Laura or rent and,two Chinch small bouses I : ,
; and sneets :
of the business and imputation of Florida was the general exclamation flirting are 'steadily- the the River receive especial attention. .for Florida,arriving in JACKSONVILLE and near the br.James Hotel 1 C: B. McCLENNY/ hOP.IETOt : .
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- The Atlantic Ocean is grad- Address All the above named property is very desirable for oJr''fi
- the n.nUnUlI.ll1.dJitinn Loon J. BKUSH. T4L'RSDAT.REFUR'NING.
the
, to number every Northern visitors
imo ,
. -Mrs. Harriett Beccber Stowe pouring our haruor. 'Now 7-4wim
: Notice is given 10 the pubne that I have purchased
of little
steamers intended to ply family are Summering at Castine, cable chains. The road to 'the .- OUR ENTERPRISING the well-known HARTRIDGE STABI.ES.opposite

upon the small riwrs tributary to the _"A tough thing to manage- ( is all done except completing. Friends Messrs' CaM tc.Co.,have seemingly spared no .: Linen and dock suits Lucky sells. .the METROPOLITAN HOTEL and have: on, ; aVERY .

: St. Johns and adjacent water*, is one ot steaks '* and Florida and colic go hand iu baud expense In introducing the h handsomest soda fountain Will leave PALATKA Per THURSDAYeveninj LARGE STOCK OH <' m '

the roundest and ing-house. J the people., Down.brakes. ever vet up In thin dry. It k admired by everyone andtbtsoda&ueaitlspronouncedby to.. THIRST-CLASS FURNISHED HOUSES
The anJJACK3ONVILLErvery FRIDAVmoniing S
mist.gratitying. ,
KKJUJS. be -, .. I '.i
latest contribution, to this fpecies ol craft -Kememberthe- game" of Base .. the belL. all.the ladies to suit the tides .-F.R.NA.1lDIN.rnme day arriving in S IACKSOKVIUK HORSES. &MULES FOR SALE .
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between the "}.ata" and "Lean _. .
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is the little What is be SAVANNAH
- steamer "Pioneer," built' for to Done and CHARLESTON in time to ;Those'desiring to purchase win find it to their advantage
Lanks" to-day. NOTICE.TO FOR SALE to naming this unusually large and attracuvr
Capt. Lund of the.ulu.ia .
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to run on .I yew SOUTh are "limes TH.TAX-PATHS OF_TH&CUT Of JACXSOSTTLU CONNECT WITH NEW YORK v stock,adapted to all uses. .'
, Indian River. She is about sixty feet -Shirt bosoms and collars wilted men's .ouls.M All are aware of The undersigned having been appointed to equalize STEAMERS. : The undersigned. Intending to remove to his plantation I am also receiving S" ',; c.

; Jon:, and: is furnithed with a double, out regard to coloror;previous of fact plainly set forth in the asscttmems of taxes and to hear and determine the St.James,will sett and hn Grand residence National on Adams Hotels.Street near the. A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF '*

: Jow-prefeure condensing of 25 tion &c., yesterday. of_thitt'Ct1 .u nication. No complaints of all such pcroons as consider themselves AGENTS: H..5. SANFORD "r
ergine or representative man has been aggrieved by their assessments, hereby give nonce toaD RAVEN EL& CO. Apply to J. C.ClKRx.1T. S BUGGIES. PHAETONS AND
.CharlestonBRAINARD
':"- iioree-po.er. The.'r ne"-r' i* the Postage to France under the to the Legislature from this concomed that they wul meet to discharge the duty ".dsfn1. Mart 6. 1874. tw88tf OTHER ,
CARRIAGES ':
: fDost coaplele in the arrangement of treaty which went Into force on the bince the war, whether ,00 ac a&stgna'thcm at the'City l Council.Room on 4th,sth _& ROB RTSOY.Sananah. # s .

t; tpaec f<*r the aocomtucidatlun of lsonlj 9 cents.' '. c : vomingout too late I.and Silt of Angnst,next. ,JEFFREYS.BRO. &SON.Fernandiaa. Rubber and oil suits at ".. O't the fates rfvj., t 'k"
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paa.ienofany 8umcient notice to the'frfefids of The Board will sit from to 5 e clock P,M. at the JFFFREYS it BRO.. -. :1 .

! ; get*, of the email' steamers, we -The log camp of James P. government to assemble at this City Hall each day. R. J. ADAMS, Palatka. :WHEREAS, At a meeting of the FOR: LIVERY Y SEVICWhich .'>3 -.
: fcave
seen, and is an admirable example ferro. has been removed within or by reason of the discourage ". S E,W.DOTTY,. Jacksonville Gas Light Company t, Jfe''* '
THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OF LADING ,organized the of the General will be fiircbhed .
of on act
er
WH..M.
economy miles perhaps think .. .
, fpocA. of the city. ; JACOB Hun. GIVEN of the State of Florida approved January 8,18S3.held S i X .a.t.
to contend against the unfair ia the of
, s--ztl I dry JacksonvJle January zytb IS7.the following
:: A. X. Percival's Shoe Store. -New sweet cider for sale on ml'nt ol elections, and the affairs I : : resolution was adopted: AT THE SHORTESTNOTICE .-

f': Our readers will .perceive from the or by the gallon, at R. P. Moody's, on the part of tho.e whose : ,_ :MARINE, 'INTELLIGENCE, t ;;- M ORRIS A. 'DZIALYNSKF Light 5AtSh.t1.Company That organized the Trustees under of an the act Jacksonville of the Legislature Gas- S ANbOMTHE -5 tj',*$ .

floticf Pine and t was.and js in equity and justice : of the State of Florida approved January Rth nft)
" in ner Forsyth tJtr et. .
our advertising columns '
that > he ARRIVALS AND ClEAANCESAfTHE Or 1853 be and they are hereby empowered and Instructed] : MOST REASONABLE .. **
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.1 A. K. Perciral t baa l There was no'meetlilfr'or the "people at lirfre tuaa th JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.ARRIVALS. S.. AUCTIONEER to transfer the capital)stock of the several stockholders I ,. .
liti-rally .
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Uepped and fl
elected to.'offic, byj>,the of this corporation to the books of the Jacksonville GasLight -o'
into the shoe*" of Mr.; CrowelJ and will Council: ( taFt The S S. Company organized January 1310, 1874. under S
Monday evening. wish ,
people for .
power. .
Aug. 3. schr J. E. RiJgeway.J. E. '. j ANDCOMMISSION aa act of the Legislature ot the State of florida.entitled M*.G.M. BRrrTAU; is my authorised Agent and
) Continue the old line of business at the adjourned until next Monday.T will represent 1 ha whole"com..' New, York.c:1.UaAItCps.: An act to provide for the creation of corporations Manager and will alnys be found at the Stables ready -
comer .f ,and not shape their conduct aud ; MERCHANT and to prescribe their powers and liabilities,* approved to atteud to ail business appertaining to the establishment -
,
( Cay and Ocean street*. i-F. B..Knapp, Deputy County influence : Aug. t;schr A Hayfcrd, &. Baltimore. r :. >1. August StIlL 1868, without delay.ra accordance. with .' C. II. f \ "*-* -
\1 lkgn'u-lIg.tbu W <,f Mr. Crow to camthe party Aug. '.schr risen M. Condon; McCany, Bel&st > .- '. -- sec.-19 of the by-Jaws of thb ccrparstion.'Which. .* ..sq..h: ,16.Ian > .4'bS
: ll. changed the, destinies of nine pe organized ring having only Maine ?.Alt kinds of merchandise received 'oa coosign- ,oo mo ion,was adopted The'Secretary of (
the communitI 'ilI.be.glad that so imporUnt and doubled them during the ojbject.to perpvWit |l'emsehcs Aug flChr.Nellie Gran Jordan,S New York' mont and sold at auction or private sole.Every .: this Board of Trustees was directed to make the transfer ; 5.
Auc."f.kchr.T_ H. Kirk. Kohiasoa Perth Ambor.Adg of the stock as coe empUted to the above resohuoe.** For neckties and bows call at BadI.k -
: line of business falls into the I July. aud iu office, and s\btemtticall 'i schr Kate S.Cook Hale Naau. Now.therefore be it known that ia accordance with -- -5-,------. t:".<: -
'.1 the distribution' '_ description of goods entrusted to me for sale. said resolution I hare transferred the stock a*above .
Cflge.eoneho J ufti..a 'AJlc..S.acil' A. U Bcatiey. Fallo.eabIarI. HY-' :
'\ Is so well known and Tlie'iCbnoi r'Carrie ac- wiU dupoKd.of 4t .' directed and ther. will be a meeting of the said stockholders
, A.: ; to the ambition and luflutmt-e Aug. 3,schr. Kate Fucter.Haroriin York., U, QAMUEL B. HUBBARD,. ;
In jl at my office In the city of JacksonvCte.Florida
1' lL ed lumbVr Aug. ,Khr. FOeoda.GOntur*. New York ;
among our business loading to be used for. c whrn'threaU-n; each oth r ,Aug. 3.schr Alta Vela.Joy, &rda.Aug.4schr.4.G.Vngbe.Leede. BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE on the sth day of \. 1871. to take such further '-' ;

I'' 1 eo u J JIIMr. r I'C.f,al.! Coming here niranjer ing in building a. lurjre .asylum very schemes they lay-to ex ew York. : j K: : ;. i-I: measures as may be meet and proper H.In H.the H-premises.EG. ,.,1at/lsQlZ'rilkFa.- \.-'
sen T G Perth
Aug. Drew. Wadhn.
some few (insane -if.the-ir hiddi-n matters 4 Amboy. to the owner, and prompt and accurate returns made. Secretary J.G.L.Co. .
years since as the in New Yurk City,.- Union are Am. 4,schr. Kalph Howes.Burgess,&_ : t..' 1
, *gent of Wheeler & Wilson' sewing to 'the 'satisfacti-n of all Aug. 4,schr.JJtri*J..ane., WcwYrk.METWRO1JiCICALEXIRD.1._. : 1 PALMETTO BLOCK Jacksonville. Fla.,July t3,1874- -7- ai3.t Importer and Dealer in. : SS
'The Burners f
Corpse lathe t :,.
fl&4iius : ,,even I Ifa promise here and .

ectktfre, Mr.; Perciral by his pmtnpureliability ling headline of a northern something'belter next time to .I i -$t7-11I'J1D jr',- Jacksonville. Fla. FOR OKAHUMKEE HARDWARE IRON 'ANDf, .ST, EtL! -

and attention to Old Sol is the chief of that to that one i I. to be sprinkled in Observation taken at 7 A. M t T, M.and 9 P. M. HARRIS.EUSTIS AND GRIFFIN.. i. '

ba"ioesll has not only built tip *' very her-:. lie hardly waits ;far Old them .equal. These are the daily,by the Signal Service U.S.Army in,this"* city." CAR. 5- SILVER SPRING .. \'5 EDGE-TOOLS..:TABLE and roa T t,; -

large lutiness in that direction but has and his I referred ol' In the 6egrnning. a r.CD.r 2Wind.: tAm. 58 I On and after the first of.November _I, 5. .- CUTLERY j ..

tst&blillhed a l.nsintM reputation that scythe. question uggested is, Shall we .. gag ? .5o .And omher'.Thp oa the OcUawaha Rlyr Nails, Glue,' I"utty Glass Faint*; OilsJ -
-This brief chronicle ttermined ft eo = ,ELECT PRIVATE BOARD '
bra
flow will was effort elect : .
serve hIm a good purpose in 187. | t S I i I ? i i" LEATHER RUBBER'p.A mtf. r
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his the men without regard to t I. : c BEL1'L G. -
new' of ,
fitld. editor the Philadelphia party ; f
can be had In tie-6aeiJy of Colonel A. M. Jons. -S. s S < f.f.4.'i .
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trifling ; I U i iSat. 1 ** The
appear to some..
*. W. They tM&irdoch.HoK. Fonyth street, between Libertyand
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Two
"LoweU-Saturday STOVESTlNWARE.CItOCKEXY. PUMPS
the .little ,
Ely, well.known book SteamerOKAHUMKEE
it matters nothing to ns who t 9 16.91 Si 74 SE Gentle 0,00 dear Washington. -

keeper of),. Crowell, will remain !nwge. and a pistol. Now, only I 'one. little ,the Legislature. And others Sun.- *I.7 t96 Mjjr 07 84 .07 j 8W fcW Fresh Gentle*o.codear,. Fair I S : DAY. .;;IIOA ItDERS' A. L. RKK, Master Lead an J Iron Fpe.! '" "

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with Mr. and a pistol." itii, time ;" -It '
the #
r rclva1. lIr.EIIluu : J, enough when 9 sgJ Ij 61 K Gt1:000 rai' ,satisfactorily S < '
aupUjed day is at b..ndbut the Mon. 3 7 19 70 74 SW GentUN.ca Far further I Will leave Jacksonville .SASH.BLlJaS.MOULDlNCS.SiCAR.
chararterisUcs ; expe- ; I 'For Ipformadoq or to every. THURSDAY morning
Khitlj have -Tbo .stench arising from the th i s p Ji 90 4a WGentle, Fair.: ade him numbers of friends animals past tcat-hea that we must 9 *99S I 5 72 E' Gentle oeo.Clear. : .,. 4".yjI GEO 1. FOSTER Agent. Mills Eraporators, &c. .. >1i
and estab- undergoing the disolution 1 '
work early and earnestly, and Tues.. 4,7 0999 Sa 78 Omv- ",. QjoBjTalr dt ..".. .s-' auU&JlCa; !.Fla.,July.s.' 1 '. .
/t bed hl!. character for business integrity cess,'is dreadful in>ome section of is great difference in men be S ..96 90 63 KE Tresa son Yale Mayor J. C. Greeley. Fleming & Daniel. D. G. 187''i (1fr, RHftni. 7 A6 and.".{

as well asjleuaat social city. The Marshal should see ,tq so t>e choice in your selec-. Barometer corrected lor temperature.and etcTrrfoa.ULATl imbbr.J.H. tcrtoa.. C.hr.a L. Rubnson.yaettftmUf. .tfNOTICE' EPOT LUMBER: YARD" SfiZAasr Jtme.ta ordei. diy
far qualities i fla. i TU D S T.r
&re the SVr* average. Always abatement of this nuis.'tnci.LiuJeJohnnioWest agree that the Government is.. -. ,.
Affable and nrbane ft should. ,.be, That Ibeiog the p ,"TRIVVEEKI.Y LINE. ; (j.; ;1 CONTRACTORS: AND" BUILDERS TrunV and vauses at Bucky's.- "
fonesdAg a should .
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great strive
niness to make it good I .LiTOTHELkL f. ----r- t Ovptts1o FaDDIC S.& eo ,
tact Mr. P\rdval has secured chew a quit) of tobacco, to m ght ;to be, or it will become Jacksonville Fla.July so.1574.'S WZLLflIrD A i' "

in turn annan most BBineotly fitted for man1 of )himself. lie was sealed I if possible, and we ,will suffer STEAMER jI.VESPNG$'T-/ CompaDy Depositors'aft in requested the Jacksonville: to brine firanch or sen-of their the above Pass. ..,. FULL ASSORTMENT Or CENTRAL-. SALOON :* :.

|pbe po!-on. he fills. hind the -shad. The' attempt was our"posterity suffer more,.,-- 4 -, *- "' books to tht Branch office.m/MOT' ,that they may be DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER; S_ .BAY STKEET;3'Doors West tt LAURA.T ., "-
the bull continue verified and yropcriy balanrrd.
Few people to be '
5-S
sa MOULDINGS AND SAWED ; -.S. Jacksonville; "Til '
the magnitude of the a thorough Hif mother .,. ByofsbCQntmiuLaceTs.3tf .
success.
orwill the best '
)Jpt shoe. ; they/ollow J' : J. W. SWAIM _- "_-'. -PINESIIINGLES. J. H. ELANCK' "- S
and leather business In l 'this ever found where'i the 'last of their souls?- ,The times are win begin her regular tri-weekly' trips b>Mayport and f -- ,'

Country, and will fewer could C PUnt Town,touciunc all Intermediate points Tburs. WANTED.A CH5.A.P FOR.CASU4T -. The chokeu LIQUORS _.. .
f.hat it believe raisins went; to.. ,., day June .th, ;.leaving F4t.vsIbarfjsnry SITUATION, TCS.ES" S
exceeds the iron Urine In ;tborgnitade i.1" : : nesday.llnrsday,Saturday and Sunday 8:30 A. III.retIJJ'a Mifyrrght! and.Machinist THE DEPOT LUMBER YARD. ALES. ': :;
; the Hebrew 'holidays H. and Li.Co. No. I. eariy the-next merniiihaa,aftordiBg 4mcitirens competent Engineer. S ,. ? ,.:
of the capital employed .did a splendid opportunity Jot enjoyUg the pUasurc amiUar wuk all otJacr.and well posted Lumber delivered ia all parts of the city and ricalrr. LAC 1t..t '.-,
will -
a. the census cnubllUi'thiit' preparations are.being made: to p be a regular montbljme tJ of surf-bathing without nrgUftlst, then business. 1 mereandle:' &.having. tart much experience, desires and at all landings oa the river, M low razes Aft orders Ondaugit.s.Borded .. 55 ,.': ...\,...." .
a
Agent
&. Superintendent. Bookkeeper 'I t'
The observe them. A'meeting of the this). nYJbeld; on ..Friday win aJeo lea.r nuk receive prompt attention.. ', BASS'S and GINGER ALE. DUBLIN
facilitie. fw wbolefcale mp runwhere1a..an b4fI4iL..Salary. *' 'LOUIS J. BRUSH *. .* ,STOUT._. .
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and : --
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FM In the leather retail nent Hebrews of the city will be 7.th.$ SjbYlock P.. JLTsharp; 'S. SUNDAY AT f A.-- 1. sccossd&i1 coDsiddndoil '"HIRAM AR!'PT. _7 4Cb.eDIU6.&t.rc16..!,._ '' _.,' Fancy Cordials and Cigars:of.the beu qmfiry. always '. .

J line,'now furnished PUllipWalterf rtpre' Sunday of importanoe to be transacted. RtuThinoiheeenlngctbsiasIeds1' .. .5 are.of Norton & K_, Dok" 'i.It*sllat -.. -- ,- -. -..- ... on hand. -. '> "'f .
the twc 6nkl, i p ..4. and JacksonvUk,FJorida.cjiiTd pncstvtnw-t"takea ;nii 'S'nsse%& JO-MIXED D2lSKS-S* ia .
Cor.Ocean Bay streets. low.
'' board.-
bUalimeJ f
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J4. freghter TH
.. lug to devise certain passage ' .
f ceremonies. ; w bad aLSWOOD&EICKLVS ,'
-p.- "* i ; M. J. SLATTEBT, Sec .- ,f.7fI. JI -** ** 5- Gallery. \'T--1-, "">". ;sJIr.. .. ., \'._" '.
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: TREATISE. ,Tl': ON''THE". CITRUS. mixture of the citron and the lemon. MISCELLANEOUS. ,' .t *t'*.MISCELLANEOUS. T.-t t- J U ._ : 'r:' V V 'V .,, ,-* :, . "MISCELLANEOUS- V, V.. 'LFLOkItJDASAYINGS ;, .d'. "' i V"1d1S'EL1.ANEQt.'S.
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.. : It carries itself like a citron tree ; it .. -., .j. ,,, -' .' .
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The fcBowSr articles on the dim are copied from -: : .,... :
s 'DOBBINS .. :" 1"J ; ." -
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( Ova HOME JovRNAL AMI RcaALixxrrnLAKD.oTNew grows only a bunch and its stiff A ; J. .. ; ,'i : :

; i'Orleans, fur .hlch journal Were translated from branches will not tend to the Espalier ; I V ; ,; : 'c 'J: '.!' :" ; : : BA-K; '. .
th. French of : ;
GEOHCE
CALUIO. We commend the GUNSMITH. ;,r J,.HOLLAND,r. '. V, ..1\ -., .
JatiRKM.M intrinsically Valuable and specially adapted but i its leaf is large like a lemon and LOCKSMITH -: N J I
I 'tJ Souther needs. 7 : ,... .f I'AND' '.t. *. .lAt.. ., V ANb REAL ESTATE. EXCHANGE,. .
has form ,
t it the and color of that. It ; WATCHMAKER; ,1
'GENERL ,. AND I'h.
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is remarkable for the JOBBER, V ; .1' j '" V ..' [Incorporated July 6th, 1874.J VI ,
yellowish spots .1.:" :t /
(i l' CHAPTER III. ..1 k .*.> ? -it ?.'tk- ,'" V V ,JEWELER, ; I

4 r ARTICLE I. which stain the clear green proper to Co BayandHoga 5rree ; ; '.' Ii. i. V I r.. 'nCE'rNiL VERIDGrs.BUtLDING. OGEAW STRE&T.1 '"

., : this species ; its flower is formed of a : .Corner.I ineaDdBaVStt.. ., ."; JACKSOTIU.. FtA..July let, 1874. J _
VARIETIES-NO. II. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA! : a. 1bTICE Is hereby given of the incorporation of Tkt FUriJ Saving BaM mud Ktt Ettatt Kxtlutngt. __- .
corolla mailer than that of the lemonor i *-''3 -&":.. ., ', .. : *-. >' '.1 'I. JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA.. J\ tinder the. provisions cf the laws of the State of.Florida, with the principal. j Uc...of business. in the city ofack '
Cit ni* medics fructn maxm>o Genucnsi.Ciironnicr _j, iA, : ;IL_. 5__ *:!>;. "vj onville. -
the : citron and is shaded "f ." v' -" I : I j WHOHSAU OBPMS at (
a jjrns fruit. ordinary :'MACHiNES CLEANED :tEWINU I,0:-. The general nature of the bntinen shall be that of.Bank Or Savings and Loans and.the purchase and tale AVAOAir "Rka; '
Cedrone. J outside with a brighter red. Its fruitis MmV 1. Of Real blate.Mortganes. Bonds.Stocks Gold and,Silver Treasury Warrants. &c. ,
: REPAIRED,"' .::1 V 'liew- Clocks Watch- 1 be capital stock (which may be Increased at'any meeting of shareholder called for that purpose) shaft be // ROBINSON
I Malum .citrunGenllense vulgare., V o1e.It the size of the lemon it t Jew lry, V
common ; 130,000.. of which-o.per cent, shall be paid (Ia upon commencing business,and the balahce. m instalments as
Citrum Genutnce magni increment! Tnginia is intcrculoris, flat at the side of the es, Diamonds',Plated and the business of the corporation may require. : .' WHOLESALE ft MTarLDRUGGIST
1 citraum. Fer. lIa.l'"he : : This corporatlda.will go Into operation July 6th. 1874.and continue twenty yi ,
p. ORDERS VKOM TIlE S SoiidGoWand .
petiole, pointed at .tne other end, COUNTRY PROMPTLY ; ; ; 1 be highest amount of liability to which this corporation can subject itself shall be 450,000.'The'officers .,

redrat: of Genoa differs from formed ofa thin rind externally o'f a ATTENDED I" V TO.- '"vfef War'e> ;'etc.DDUIONDS of this corporation. "I shalt serve without saLary until otherwise. provided- .. by. a vote. of the stockholders 'H e&.:bk. Jay Sc. .

: the ccdrat/bf the Jews only in,its fruit clear yellow, and fult of a delicious -, V--V tJ -V. It V 'The'design of the'" Florida Savings' Bank t* to afford to those'who re desiretis of saving their money the JACKSONVIIXEV> FLORIDA.I .

I which is extremely developed, and of, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED means of sa ely employing: It M a good rate of interest,to fovated, under the direction of we11-lenowa'clliliClls',
aroma, and by an interior rind, whichis AT HOME l in home securities well-known value instead or running the risk losing tt by entrusting: U tobrelgn. I ont6
: PEARLS'AND covrotni r* sc rnbirs
'{ which the flesh is more coriaceous and thick white very fine, and of an $ Mi of buiJock. -.* q ,. : STONES ET IN PRECIOUS .corporations to be sent to far off cities far investment .' :.1 ... ':' AsPuc1.I L;

I, J less delicate., It 'a which is -i-' '. F1NE.GOLD.1 ,! .-- Orncnts.-The officers of this corporation shall consist ofa President, Vice President and Treasurer and ,
: variety agreeable taste, and from which most CENTRAL SALESROOMS a Board of three or more Directors to be chosen anuually.Commencing November. i.,, 1875.and. to. hold office '
: cultivated rather for its beauty than' confections made. Its THE : : until l their successors are duly chosen. A R N E T VS

: exquisite are .. WHITINGS.-Regular meetings of the corporation for the election officers and other business,shall be. held KE" ; '' -. .
for the use of confectioners and ice fruit is enclosed in nine lobes very : annually commencing November.I, 1875. V :
cream makers. It is cultivated principally AN AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION : znwft r1, Monogramiand.\ RANK HOV SC-The regular hours for transaction oCIlusU1eU shall be fran $ o'clock.a. m. to j.dock p. m, FLU1D EXTRACT''
{ I thin, ami i is greenish and atjd. ,This HOUSE. >:/,..i\ Fancy Engraving done\jigV. daily, except Sundays and holidays,and on Sa urday until 7 o'clock p. m. .
I' at Tazzia at San Remo and variciy seems to.be a 'hybrid ,"6f the an artistic -manner.. V '-Deposits will be entered In the books of the Corporation and also 1ft a book to be given to the de- '
'" Mcntone. Bay Street near Laura', poI tUT,,This book alit evidence of his or her property.. when moneys are withdrawn, this book must be i : 'i
I II lemon and is very much esteemed.It ., brought to the Bank to have the payment entered. Depositors may take out the money themselves, or, in case B U. 'C' fr-

VARIETIES-NO. III. fears cold is little cultivated in V JACKSONVILLE.' FLA.. t 1. .4 ----V.---, absence or sickness It will be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. .Deposts .... .,. .
I I1 ; MIl be time when called fOr when there Is sufficient
PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY. 6 repaid at any a amount in the treasury uninvested; otherwise '
I CilriH meilica cedra (fruclu parvo S'1oJiana.Ciironnicr Liguria but is very widely spread in every 7..wlf Standard time bjrChronome.ter : ,'at the earliest practicable period in the order in which they may be called for. n.only kncWrenedy '

,1 Jc S.rtu : relit ccdiat : Cedrinu: rated by transitobservations. .IxTMBST..-Ioterest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent,(or two cents per day on f io')will be paid ,
Tuscany. I have never seen it multi- lYF.RY.SALE AND FEED STABLES V annually, upon all deposits which shall have remained three months of more in the Bank,to be added annually .4 I f- .

Cedu aleHI). plied except from grafts.To L to the principal of the Depositor. . .- :
': Citruin Solodianum 'parvuni bonl:{(e pn- ACCOANTS UNCALLED FOR.-Any account to which nothing shall be'ddcd and whTch shall have remained BRIGHT'SDJSEASE ,

I .' mum. J-'trr. IIep. j i be Con finzId. uncalled for for seven yean shall cease to bear (merest. ; \ V V : I ':' if.I''AS 1" '
i ACCOUNTS PAYABLE TO H MRS.-It; persons die who own money Id this.Savings. Baal, the money will be
1 r ledraio tli Garda. Vole.. :. VBait And a positrv for
V ; *
: pn AGENT row THE CELEBRATED BOKEL Aim paid to their legal representatives. .- remedy -V
: I The small cedrat (Salo is a very CotratToisisjtWATCH. V BOOKS.-Although the officers will endeavor, by all possible means,to prevent frauds yet all pay.
GENERAL DIRECTORY. ments to penoM producing the bank-books shah be valid payments to discharge the eorpondon. V
: !, fine fruit, which is sought after on account CHILDKEM'S EKDOWKEKTS- Parents or guardians of minor children may deposit money as trustees for the OUT, GRAVEL.. ',STklCTURE ;,
ot the aroma of its external f-TATE. benefit IIf such minors until they become of age Interest upon which may wi.hdrawn annually or added to DIABETES

Governor-M. L. STEAKX3.Ltrutrniint the principal.I . : V DYSPEPSIA/. "
I rind, and for the delicacy..of'its inter- Oovrrnor SPECIAL ENDOWMENT FLAN.-Deposits in the Florida Savings Bank amounting to $70 during each yea/fora NEIVOUS DEBIU-. '

nal rind. It have f.'CN'IIlr.f Mate-S U. McT.IX. '! COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS trot often yean will secure the depositor a cash payment of 11ptJO at the end of the ','' proportionately TY ,
seems to : originatedat V
CAn) tmlU-r-O.; Salo upon the Lake de Garda, 7'lwsuuT-C. 11. FO'TEKAttorney can withdraw the amounts already paid in,upon g vhtg three mon'hs' notice together with the accrued interest
The best and most stylish livery teams in the city liereon.i TIM plan unlike Jife insurance the forfeiture NON-RETETtifoJf
O.-tu-rtl-WM. A. COCKE. ordinary ,secures depositor against previous payments. f$rl 'NCothc
where its Culture is very extensive ; it Comm'ro! ond. and Immigration EAOAV.eupeiintcndintof an b* fcMind at the Stable of the undersigned near the METALLIC aDd offers a sale-and easy method providing a'handsome endowment for t ,e future of parents children friend URJNE laWTA. INFLAMAflQjfpIArw Qf

) t is cultivated at Nervt at Pegi at Final ruWidiiBtroni'in. C. OIBDS. Florida Homecorn-rot Cedar and Forxyth Streets, L CASEb, 01'the t'cpositqr.lndlridually.j Sfen'at dcponitsj, not to be withdrawn for ten. years.-will entitle the depositor .toa OK. ULCERATIO THE
C C&I.l\.gt-.t. ALBKKGKR. -- -. Horses boarded and' well cared. for"on* reasonable i certificate for tttntie Ike amount ef rack ttrpotitii payable in ten yean in favor of any person designated. OF.' -,.
where they call 'it"cc'drino. It is SUfBEME term I lAND. LOANS.-All moneys received on deposit shall be invested In first mortgages on real and personal property In _
COURT. Strorg teams for hauling.purposes always on hand.W.H.AVERY.. 'WOOD.COFFI'NS: this Stale of at least double the value,or in other ample colUtera,secunties. '
!. a variety which differs from the Florentine Chief Jns'il't'EI' ; : R.VXD ',LC.J. ,, REAL ESTATE..This corporal will act as trustees sot the purchase and sale of real state or the renting'' a :t P .EYs
-$ 't'1.tf lo'UUl'II-I. I) \\ EHTi OTT.i .
only in the leaf which in that and management of estates and property generally
B. VAX.VALKEXBERG. Jacksonville Fla., May 3>, 1874. tf .
4' species approaches the lemon and in Clerk-LYMAX B. FO3TKII. ) JAMES. H.. PAINE: SAM'L SPU'RING. JONATHAN' C.' CREELEY' ,, ,SPEKMATGR'RHCIH;. :

i President t! Vice.Pmldent.V Treasurer'' .. ,(:. : .' .
that l f Salo is altogether a citron leaf CIRCUIT CpURT. V ;ju v ;
A.BUESING, ,Sea..l ad villa sites for'sale on Fort George Island.! The finest'sea bathing;cool lea 'breezes, magnificent
f and the form of which is It JuJlctal. Cireult-W. W.,VAN NER rf'n8l\COIA. fiteenmiles in of Ltucnrrhaea ai Whites.''D'iscaiK* of the:
r by the fruit P. W. WII1TE.Qun ,. 'rive', over rxtent : grand avenues palmetto cedar.oak. magnolia myrtle. Sc.. &c. Proslnt
U" Respeclfully calls the attention of the citizcr.s and merchants -_. Call ahd see the photographic views at the Florida Savings Bank and Real Estate Exchange,on Ocean street. Gland. Stone in tha BUdder Calculus Gravel ot Brick.. '
rather ovoid. It is 8d.' Wm HRYf-OX. Lire Oak. .
more pretended dust and '
BFAU1IFUL Deposit Mucus MUkyDibchajxei.
tot e SOAP he manufactures. or
.. __ IStatec..untlaDdcilyscrip .ughtan'hollhtthe. FLORIDA.SAVINGS B..NK i
II. B.'AKcniUAUl: L -
4ih Ja.ek.on.Tillf' _
: V -
It is thi best Washing Barber and Toilet -
&
that the cedrat of Florence surpasses it Soap ever Ocean.near Forsyth'street.. ." -V."
made. This Soap js put up in boxes contain? So Its .. : ., .
JudWU Circuit- H. COS" Ooala.Mh OF SIZES AND :
in flavor and in ALL
.. perfume. and 90 bars. ,: ,kt QUALITIES. :. "
4. J T.ilAQBKKTi .
&
mp Orders should be addressed S
to ; IEAR1Y'Tcc
.
I VARIETIES-NO. IV. :lh' J' W. i'RICK.EuKri.ilsc.COUNTY. V A.' LUESING Box rat,. V LADIES' AND GENTL l.UN'S: ROBES..
5-l6tf EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED.. b.BACC0CIGARS
JacUonville
Citrus tned-.ca cetEra live, ,seni olenp.Curonnier Fla.1TOR V :
D\o'YAL ALSO, ; ,
V ,
t flur : VBUGHU
a ilcuble. CO\JLIIJu"It -"". A. M f\S.A X. MARBLE MARBLEIZED ..' .. :
') ST.: AUGUSTINE. s : r
.Cedro fiie. Clerk ..f COI.rr-'sCAn HAMT.bt .1'"' ; ; 'd i ;

:'Maluin durum flor'c'3cno, ot fancin pr.1e.l Ht rlf-JHS 1'n )t. IIUIIKC:: r SLATE- MAKT'ELS.SLATE V : ,. .,Permanently cures all Discasca.of ihe'

fere : Cctlro cli hot e fruclu t.pj-iutiVo1c.{i i te J o11citor-T A. NePO.VNELL.Omiuty TfiE SCHOONER HEARTHS', &c;, PIPES AND' SNUFF': \

The double flowered citron is .IClt.-CIIA8-. HWA1.M.AeurJ. II.. bU Umn.TJ'e&IIuttrJ..W. Lr L A i' MANUFACTURED TO" ORDER .. ULADDER; KI>NEYSL AND DROP(*
a variety V J
I C. qitEELKY." "'j I'. I :r. ", CAL,,SWELLINGS,
.AND FOR SALE.BY .1 I. .
due solely to superabundant fecundation -! Collector-1'KTtU Ji IX E8. Magnolia \ .
which has modified the : Bup rinti.dent of N..h..l"-C. F. MAWBEY. .. .. CALVIN OAK,' ,. .:..,.. ., -' AT WHOLESALE BY' : <. 'J'1 .; Existing i. in mel; ,'women'ami children.

Auciiontfrs-,1. L. Burch ..-( Jlrmmine,' M;Ai ; Wni make Forsyth Street between Laura and Hogans .il'h.. .LJ I ; \ V .. "1! III' ". i .- '. ,. -
C germ in its formation. It is called Dzia; jnti>i. :. 1L-y rrgular trips -- -'. "Jacksonville. Florida. '
d Notary Fiibties-Jhfl Oi: II"mr-l. F B.Knapn. T. .bctweenJacIeoartUc& 'W1 -107 .: ijfX NO MATTER WHAT;THE AGE
double flowered. It .is'fare L L' KNIGHT
; improperly R .ell. O. P. Coofw-r Cht'. M. Hummer W. O. St. Augustine l .B1., vOCT 00.3. "I .. ; ,
that its fio'ersare truly double J. ffn-VK, Eiwin lllKilnc, ,' Wm. M L"awith. E M. Fre'ghts at low ratfs. E T' A.LLI' C' I .\ : f" ,: .

( ci'M'' Tn<>.. 11.Mas,);a. W. Swaim,'I1Orgr For freight or passage 'M' .. .. Prof Steel says:, "On. bottle of Cearo.-y's rue
: and without stameps.. They are usu- Jo*. II. 1'urktT. C. Ciidrirgton. AV. L. Cuan, I..W. WHITLOCK. i-- : 'BAYSTREET between Laura.an'rl/jog' Extract B.chu is 'worth.more than all other Bucbu
apply to WILLSOX & n .: "
.
Whitnty. COIubjned.- '
.
.
ally semi-double and they often give County C'omn.l""if1'rY-JiJN rrice. Fortune, Jacksonville, Fla., I B U R IA L; CASES. -
"
monstrous fruit, containing a second H. H. Iloi-g T. S E.-118. K. Jpned.Jostle" Or to JAMES COSStf 'd: : .. Florida. ., i Prioe One Dollar per:B6ddc.o> Six' Bottles for Flv
-'V.
: of tb.' I'( e-W.: W'. Sampnon, W. A. St Fla. COFFINS.. .. Jacksonville, Dollars, .
fruit in their interior. We shall Ire.1 8ummora11; C F. Town"cTtd. henry O 'TlHon. Jamen Aiigustie, .4-'no"3m. 1 .t! -V .* V .'V I -t < ;r : .. I K I '.: i

quently.have occasion to observe this M. Wiivon.. M.: P. ChnnN-ll. A. II. riiilip- W. L. DEPOT DUANE
4. ST. NEW
.YORK,
.
Conn, A Buning, \\ni. Gordon,'J. F. Rollins, J. ; '
'I phenomena in varieties: which bear W; Mctiard.Kinrpjor. NEW YORK TRIBUNE.; .. ]":; ": ": I. .'A 'J I ,, .
Chn:P. Pmith.In : -=: rTH'E : ITiysician in attendance to answer correspondcDcii
semi-double
flowers. .
: >rcct rii of Lumber-II. M. Mood,.n.W.Cone i" : :: and give advice gratis .-; .- t. i :. '
J. Pro Jr.OonMabltpQ.. HAVE \VE TWO ERAIXSt .-, form that I have"just-added to my stock a great variety of CLOTHING of ,
HYBRIDS-NO. V. ? II.Myn.. Wiixon.' ;. Smith J. 'Dr. C E. Bwwn-rcquard I' V. AND V ;' together >wnh a new supply of FASHIONABLE PRY Goo1 Latest 5 EKD STAMr FOR MMPHLBTS, iL1!
Citrus medica finctu monstrora aurantiatio, J. Furbeo Jami-a Lnne.X II.;' Brown. f V ; .SILK< HA TS.&c The entire line of goods:were' trcba.oed at panic prsces. cj 'i.".<- .r. .i ,- i.i' i.
IS ALCOHOL A POISON J. c. A $ K E T! S.. the .
I _
cutice, cra: M>, mucronalo, _medulla exigna i I' l ; I"" .j .; it. L- Vb
I : CITY OF TACKSOXVILLE. lr. Wm. A. Hammond.. 'lIARR : : \
Kminihus' carcnte. 1 ''f V .1" ROSS. :::FRONT. 'BLOCK!, NEARLY. PLACE I : -i'; .. | : -
'TO fT'HB"tt
I'I3'orPETERJOXE8.I' LOXGFF.L.LOW. : ; :
Cedral Cedrat of Qilna. POET OPPOSITEOLDSTANDJ
I ra'.nsirucux or J THE -1. ,': .. you can'get the"best goods cheapest is at the store of the undersigned. '
I Ai4prni.n-ft..TtIEHAUT, E. W.DENXY.A. r' i -a "f. : .1. *. < V :. \fI'> > "ro" ;- ::\ ->
Cedro delta China Cedro ciranciatn. 1iUl"1'ELL W WIhTIOUOl.AH.WM'M.BO8T- :'James: T. Flet.J i 1 ', Bay Street. ,Jacksonville Fla.V .. .L : ': ': .' '

'. Citrus medica tnperosa. Poncire' Uckfonl WI K,' L. 1 FLK3IINGIJAcOB liOK,' A..' J. E..WASGATE.i ) ; : .. : : v--.TO : .' NERVOUS .' 'DEBIUTATELy

I Tali. de)i'Ecne! de Bol. BEKTI.EY 14.- II U HBARD.. .. -.. H.VanhAIK U.S..SURVEV.OFTHE-'VEST. Wheeier/.- ..k : RM a'f';; ; meet the wants of.this community i I have made, it an object to -' ,. '. j .' i, ". t"L -'. 'if "i :/l! V
FORTUXK.: Under Lieut. G. M
(With M'ap ) ,
.
ciiraii "
Lima fructu oblonJe'm'1orimucronal ? -- I
,I' Clerk-. CHhlKfY.." .1. : : B 1 U Y. ; OF BO IISE.I"
conize crasso ragoso. Miller. Treuuirr-CHAS. FBinF.SBERO.AM TH E HORSE JN.AMERICA.. ,,. V ';HAS' CHARMSl! J. ; ," :i' j

Lima Rrirriana. Cotlt'C'orHILll' W A LTF.1t. i \ : ;;. ; ; '' r TATION.
Li nu verrucas monorail. lb. ClM-k! fMark' -.WM.QARVIX.' '' .., SAFETY.AT .SEA, 1.. /__ : : : : LOT RING -- V

The large oran e-ccdrat is a plant City rhjiiciin-C; DUE Jr.- ,,: (Illustrated) : Iron stcatncrs.1 that win riot! | ink.} 1.1. .i/t : no equal in this city and Intend to sell at such rates that my store IDK.
: '
B. graduntecujcflcreoa
J DTOTT. Medka
: whose, branches arc short and stiff, 5itsoNIo.oIomnn These interesting Lectures and Letters 'lib a car PRICE REPU'CED. I. .: IS. College Philadelphia. author of several varuabtewavfcsi
; flttenet1.at.ihe.apis.L.iheieaf, j.nd ul report of the important Papers read at the April :;: oitric.;; ; ..Visitors in.want of TRUNKS will find a new and excellent supply .can be consulted on all diseases af the Sexual all tri
f Ixxfoe Xo. -. Bowo: W. M.; Chan. National Sciences Wash ., V. : AT. which ha&'aiod
meeting of the Acadei-iy at ", ; ',: '. : ary 1-rgans. ( asaspecielseedy)
formed by,a quantity of joints (tl lIds) Eliot fee.; II. Kooproon Tn- U eular tnretmg and at the May meeting of the American Oriental V. 01rrnER : either in male or female rum what Came 9f
ington T .""BAZ of size and Rember, that at the store no aiattef
II' and 3d W.liic-d yi of e.'h innnlh.lUival Ikxtun In full in THE .. .oT" "J" I.. V s R. every price of how : A
Society at are published '" '" iginatang or long standing practice ofjriyears
.
very close together carrying great Lodj >o IB-K VVr".ga'o. \.'[; Do II. .
TRIBUNE, EX t KA No. 19. Price in sheet form 10 : : I enables him to treat diseases with mcOBss.i Cure
which often several ebhtfr. CC4 I). Jone*. T11'r. liegalar mectiug* for THErJBEST IN THEYPRLD : Those distance-
'. sprouts Develop cents: in pamphlet. oo cents or seven $i. guaranteed Charges reasonable. at a
Y'S
bt and 34 MuinNjaof path month. "l lB-L.-.C K I
". Circulars giving full detail of the co tents cf all can forward-< r' sjmptoma'aadenclasiB
-- -- -- v : I
shoots. Its leaves "bbrne J"CkI4gi'fl1e ChaptitrXo. 1Z.R. A.:1I-J.8.Dri .
; upon a large THE TRlliUNb EXTRAS irec by mail. V stamp to pay pottag ..
M. E.;It, P.: M. Bowra,8111 D Jnne*.Puard.' Jugular J Ji .1'<' 1. 1 iJ.d V
hollow petiole are ( a deep "'s .'. GREAT :SOUTHERN BAZAR. BAT STREET JACKSONVILLE '\.', You eaivfind
t-ach month ;
p ineetini1iiiitrit.y -
igreenj .. .. : "ii., ,,". I. .. I";
.WVIEKLYTRIBUNE Send for
: % the
TILE ;- -Lss--'; !;> >< i < V. 4 Guide ta H"lJj. Price
DaRta.1.1 'No.:2-J. H. Drieat E.C. aU inds loc.
ovoid, u'iihout.jjoiiit,1 o/teitquilU -mm.fl4..t} ? : eoods.eheap., for.cash. ,, .1., ,, '
t I) C. Dawlclu, onrder. Kgulor% mcetine Ul ; LASTVA' 'LiFEtTiMiM If". J "'**. liuJWi : *! :

ed like that o( the Bcvquctitr. The and: 24< TuoMlut or arh month. The. Farmtr'rFa-tlr Paper. \VILLJ-V ,d ,: Tfc. Vi.a T '. -'ji'iiv in i -i. .J"I'I j ; {.. ; .. .- ;. .; u ;,.. : \1.. . .:. -V--', .s, ,'..* : .-r. ;t.' B, J. DY0iT,"l D.,

; flowers whose corolla is STT OFFICERS. .'' V <). .' I. .
I' red outside i /;< e-> ;, 't. .
until Jan. ,:,875. for $. .. .*" .1 .* "*.'.i. "' tl.'IJ'i* '1 '' 'Jtl '.. '. and Sf r Y' '
I -reunited i.nl cluster. Grand Master--V. .. Rnw-II, JarktoDTlllo.Or .- Addros THE TIII1tnl&l\ew.\"ork. .U"1c'.I L'u -V t:; rs '"tI''II'i-' '* *"- -"-"'z "" 1 'Physician '.'io. Duane ,N. <
; bouquet or. kiaUr 1). O. Wilimn TulUhifincc. % ,
nd tvt'ii'y -- SA.Yl'MONEY '" :' : V 1 ,
'. Its fruit,:Is; as. large ,as the .largest cii- iOrati".r -. l'.ioidan. F!mnndna.J : (. ; ,;'SAVE'. \. TIME- TAKE. COMFORTl
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1".1 .I..L
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r. Grand \\'ardl'II-l..Was ga4&.k..jnyile.: iii4'vi S ANb1r1EEARTIl 10 .' V ,' T3ROSPECTUSt :
J
ron :F .1 ; :
; they are often seventy CENTI-- Omnd Tr urtr-D. L Oakley. Montiollo.. TIlE 'tJ.",. !,> ,, ; 9 :.,111 '.. ::1,:"" 01. r. I' :,!
Orand C Ditvktna J.ck.onvUlc: : ; : ::" ; : :J7 ,. CFTHE .:
MErRCS" (about thirty inches: Trans.: ) N't'rt'lA1'-U oj' r, ". '" '., 4 .. i t : 14 4 \ V -

: in circumference.( Ordinarily! they .4)rrd1ia.tm.4Lt.v.JoI.n Grand I'yKr-Dnvid June.. JDISTKICTrEPUtTOIiAXD r cklOnV11 nn\ i.. ;. ; :: ; _. ,:i ; I V : --r_ .I' OP tHE CEUSRATEO. -" : .i, : : Ri'T.: .: : ; ; ; ,, ; ;, NEW, YORK. 'WEEKLY. ,HERALD

i a. ,bC .1- ," :; ,. ,',- ',3 .R' : .A .. '. "
., arc round orapproachingto'that: form MASTERS. V'TRIBUNK'EXTRA, I" H 'i \ j : t :i h ptc 0 .y' L.., R"w""R_ V ..IfI T.P-'
let l'u'nrt-It. O. Aldt nnan. >ananna. '- r JAMiS.GORDON-BENNEJT. .
I. .ORGANS .
almost )
pointed where the .4N9wRead) SHONINGER '
thLaleX
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,
21 lUfv ChattaUooclec.. -V I' t10J .. '. : ... ,.; : 'iiJ cJr' !1: c--t-4' .
external rind folds itself' inside, and 3d 11. n. Taylor Live Ok. ; CONTAINS SIX LECTURES ON ASTRONOMY, -: \ ,. V V : -- 1 >. .li JI'
4111" J. 8. lJr1j g-, Jackfonrlllr.6th V '.' S11 -- .7.
;, penetrates into the middle of the Internal W. II. Long, o.-al" V 5 r :m.l" ': '..i\\1 -tD1KJ'I1Y"U S'E f' I' T'i. .,. .,. ...', Broadway nd Ann'Stfttlsi,

fitb 'Z: Jt. ilnMin. Orange Rprlcr. '- MR. RICHARD PROCTOR.: -*;t --.. ,'. r .' i ., . : V'V ;. .;. : f
rind and into the WEEKLY !ii lkJna Sau
HERALD
even pulp. 7ih "' Frank Jtrach.f.mp&. The publ
: V, V .
The external rind is very unequal STATE OFF1 CRd ORAXD CHAPTER" it A.:M. 11.I. THE THE SUK.SDK'S FAMU.Y, PLAKETS. i--d ii.---.1 '.::1 i-V V 'V --V. ,; <* : ::1 i 'V V NOTICE. TO. TRAVELLERSV: ; -V urday.:-at five- cents per copy.' "Anntul.subscriptionprice *. V

covered: by a quantity of'er \ much Grand HUh I'ii.-M.1uwt-s.Jaek.onflk. III.I WJlSn AND METEORS. The best musical taint of the country recommend '. l 1" One.CopY.., 'e V : i' e,- \ ., <. .Ja
bt-puty Graiid High.lTul. -J., i).IJriG". Jocknonvillw. IV. 1 HE MOOK. V 1 I. "- V .
raised 'tubercles and is ofa pale orange V. WOKPEHS or,THE STAR Dart its.. ... thes'Oiianst'T'hV' nicest'' and fcest."f Mare,'for your ".-. -.,., -, V V ;: ,':-- 'I Three FIve Copies ,i'l' -. *5 f.
color. The internal O.iiul Xtnit"B.0; 'A1t1rmsnisr1anna.. VI. BIRTH: AND GROWTH or THE SOLA SYSTEM. : IV ...,-. V .J : ,'I.t rr, .. "J" CoP'CS'o" '. :l-
rind which forms i-
Urand Xcnur-I). C. Wilwin, Tttllata.-e.Graid satisfaction Ten Copies -, 01-; 1 3
better tbaa other
and
.' .the body of the fruit, is wViitc' thick TrCBiurer. -'\. A. Yo U(. Jacksonville.- The Extra alocontafns lectures delivered tit the Anderson V money gives any. ;8 ;.' Passengers W"Close Connection : Postage five cent per copy for three" months
School on Petukese Island but never bcfrepub- snow !* > I."f : *' pt
made :
ODD FELtoW8. Tkey Comprise the !'i il 'i"< .' > iAny laiger number addressed to name of subsoil
and coriaceous ; its i>ulp is Small, acid .f k rida Ixvlje\o. 1-Wro. II. Cook.'X D".;"Bftf.: lished. '<1-1ct''"" :. 'I i ('J ,' ,, ..., f. ., :4-t .. t tsui ".Sc.so:.. .. .
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V 1'ROK. LOUIS ACASSIZ. l ji.: 11. "- J; : .10. 1 'p. -
By : V. will-
and U 1"1. THE' An besent to dun often
extra
I never contains seed. The citron Tuckrr. > ,8i Jicjular moeting mry Tueadayoutt. Iurtl"i'.iCon copy every
rlq? Orchestra and Grands. -- .iJ '11.1'' h. d" "J "1 ; address ra 4
V .' r -j- ; !1.j': ..r"I :t ; ; :Twenty copiest 10 one one year | S. ,
; I. FIRST Lessons' AND&RSO ScHOoCII. ; "
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: multiplied by grafting. It takes TEMPERAXCE SOCIETIES. -X : any larger number at the same price.
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I' It 'DUT I lhUionXo. 1-Henry KMDO K.: P.: Oeo. THE ART or TEACHING/ 1.-' __*yt- j IIi' '.t.rl1"tI S'I trTTA" N' ,;! H 111&, : CHARLESTON'* I J -; ,;: Two extra copies will be scat (o clubs of twe ty,
hcp triarcctterceljv: : tjs never cult! '. Fhi or. K. S. Itpgular mixtugs.Try Tliur' III. THE BEST BOOKS TO STUDY. .. .. V. .- ''1.11:, uffJ 1i-! J." ,: These rates make lie WBEKIT HEEALO the cheap
vated in Liguria O Od Hall CLASSIFICATION IN NATURAL HISTORY': ,. ;: '.. : ." ', ,' In the _
except by amateurs day MEt al Ttoij.lai'; llorp's Block. ; 'I' -. '"'1' -- t.\ f .n" fLt.: 'l'l't. .t't.1'; r ; V est publlcaL'OD country.

j and seedsmen. There' is a plant of it Ward.JackiHiuriile W, O. T.Lodge; $. A.of Heiuing.Good Teraplura W. B 8.No.Al4t 1".every P, VI.V.GI.AcIAL-hsJ'Qav, NOTABLB WOKI OH or VARIOUS THE CoNTiNEirr TOPICS. J .r Iltustrated'Catalogues'' sent hy majl 'po; tpa5d to any ,-'r",0. II 1ot\ : j !.' .'.. D. .' at "s 't ._. : "- ,": Term the risk cash of the In advance.sender.. Money. sent. .by'lDavwa bat *

1 1 in thegardenoithe Museum of. Na- W 4D *dny evicing'in lloc.'a Hull.(< floor). The Proctor-Acastix Extra talces 'the number* and I' t address upon app'ication' IIri; fi : A generous portion of the WEEKLY Haur.D'w ni M
HenciMlxM(0( Xo. 2, 1 n..O. T.(K.t Jack ovill) place In THET'tIlBUN&. Extra Series,of the Credit V.--V.I t 41'.I. t!' i'I', t It. I ; : :"r.R".o''fA L' : : appropriated to Agrkulturtj Hxwrticuliure rwrkuttur-
I l j' tural History at .Paris,. .B, .WiUli-K 1!. 0 T.; C. M. June, W.Jl.8. Mobilier Extra,'* and will hereafter be substituted for SHQNI'XCER' rfjmi ( ; RAmR0AD Pomology and the management of domestic animals.
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4 \ Jlttv..ry t Ytjln C.Oro'I hat 1. near the hell. that In the Library for One Dollar," unleM otherwise 4f- & co., ,J." 1 I Particular attention will be paid also to>Reports ef be.
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t UfBRlDs-tm.YI. .,. rood r1ds. ', ordered. address in the United V / ',i : .. Markets V .
-- Price postpaid to any "/' d' ..3.f. ;i 1.' -z i : f r.-I /1."; I t' .
Otrn* jnedica cedia auraniiato :.tplio 'oblong Chief, Enllzit.e FIRE- ,..moa CEPARTilEST.1U llovy. Stales 10 cents I twenty' copies to' one address $ .- V New Haven Cona.A ./' Fo1" .AugutAtIauta4 s Chalti.noogIL. 3Iemphfs, KashTille. Loai3yillc, Cincin-. ;The aim to will be-to agricultural maie tnC.W.ttt.'T'aodi unjly-HEKJttB newspapt.superior

:petiole tiudo flore canJido, fruclu me let A>al.tarit. Jo ib Martj-ck. My*.The Series fiJTumUKE Extras,now published I I. i.na1 St..Louis.Chicago.aDd'allJpoints, North.-South; East 'and. West.. in the Country.apJother. '
dio. cortice Steam Fire Eng'me JJetUani.V-Thoc J.Molt Forchroan. by mail to any address in the United States for One 'Nf.MARR;:' ,.11 ("It ,.l.r y.J;, ;. I I' .: .. ,' : Every number otihe WEEKtT HnAi4 wuVcoatai*
Euhrotundo crirpo craxso, externi .I f .t. ;
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'I *' croceo, intns alba, satiwjoe tenero et in .1LllaJOlwm Flr Eogin>-TTUIwm- Bay, Foreman. 'free Address .rft5 T51V.;'CW'Ork. ". :,I ,,. ''"''Ii I V V : V V ... by telegraph fax*all parts,ol (h.workt up to the hour

cibata gratisfiino : medulla colore auranli; Alan nOOllO 1-C. C, Vandi-r,riiL, :' .. .ar Now Is the time to subscribe for'-THE WsinctYTRIITITKE : /SOLICITOR' .OFTENTS., '. J 'TRAIN ;'DEAVES' 'DAILAT' 9.30 A.ti .; M., of publkation _
jncunrlrr;dulcl. I'Uaonlx UOM ? ot-A. J.lia**.!. Foreman. /. Single copies one year.2:Thirty Copies iStji'8th1'stteetiNiW Vasthi to. l.Paiinti'ocured'or c... 1 : During the session of Congress' witnY HnA1J
.1 Cedrat Iruit "' ." 4n.vtivuf Hook and Ladder CoT" 4.. WIlson to one addret f i each and extra copy to the getkr-up .1* < i *'*.I -* .-i 14 '* 1 "> /, (. Jt'.i .{I-t-. I- .';, ii.: t tv. .. will contain sanurary of the proceedings and the Jafc
doux.
a ; ., ,Toreman. of the club: Specimen copies free.. Flftf"Dollar -. No patcnVn -':- H'H'! \ : : t. eat hews; by telegraph from Washington Political Re-
Cedratodolcc' : : n( .i vab. Address IHB TRIBUHB. New.York pay -Wvitcforlnlonnadoiv. ;: i .A .i. 7-ttf. PASSENGERS ,HOLDING .TICKETS; BY'PTUER..LINESCAN: GET ,TUEM Bubo.'FashktndbieaArtMtku LitnaryInt. .. .
Matum citreum dulci] medulla. nitp. F 1e4lJn&Lm farina's Baiik,. onxr of Hoe and Uizence; Obituary Notices Varieties.Amusements.Editorlat'Anietes .
Fer. FOTSJ th wret-ts, J. W.Swalm, Caahler. l .. "_ 1 1. I. J-1t- .. ./t.' ..t-'v I EXCHANGED, (thereby avoldlug IayiD \vanDabJ) T.j" '. ,'i'jIj. ort the prominene topicr of the day

'The' c1tron of sweet fruit is a true I). O. Ambler's BU'kiotf House Buy street" T. n.laXt' V ESTABLISHED IN" 1868., :; I' '. -*' : v- -2-, "- .! : V ,' ,.. .. r .,' ,j a review of the Cattle and Dry Goods Markets. Financial
lhn r.." ..- .. .. v. .' ', Ti. .. I.' .L '1 ,;. r..A and'Commercial intcUigcne end-accounts of b*
Lumic. It unites the characteristics K. V.'Dowiy, Backing.Uooie. Bay street,corner 'J.' ,. ."i 1Jo. ".r": d" '.13.R'EN'S' TTCKEJ 'OEElC.E' ': .: :.. pnrtant and interesting events of the week., '.J'
of the cedrat to those of'the of Ocean... ., :..1. 1.to/; .:, J. .. The HKHAID'employs Bt> agents In the country sorio
orange. j < HOTELS. : : ._ . distant dIMS Canvass frrrsubtCTiben. as nose are
: Its. lea f is,: citron, (Us t flower '9.rmgejthe ; : Orand XaJlonal Bay Mrcet. -nearalia,Oeo. Me- '.; : rr A.I{ PERIitt: : ; ifi.;. : : .y'q: : 'rl" (; { "ur..t ST1EET SXvA.itG c'j.: '1" necessary. Any person preteading to be an ag nt W

fruit has the form of the Oil ler.yroprietor. '. '.; 'v : .'11 niH. ; iII 11., .. t ''' I AoO'I". -..' .. .." ." "" '.1 ... '. I '., Itl' the WIEKLV HEM AID should be'treated asr m. COBBMA

citron W mpotit.n,.' JffWDsn street near r B.y. -J. B. V.- 1' '." .. _.'11.1' t. 1.1 11.-1"tttv?Y'T..tf in IrAAI.( .J 101\ -I''I!1.' :.- i!tt-"_ ] i ... swindler.' The club system- has.'abolished,the" agency. .
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thick Ocean House. Poean street Dear Cay ". C. L V SUCCESSOR V V TO ]. V : Tt 'r'1i tI/f/ > 'INFORMATION FURNISHED.f'f. ., price of sAbscriptibe.i; whenever! praafcahkv
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;. and delicate ; it is eaten with Bufflnnton. -wpriptrrs*. .. cV--:'.' -j' :: '" 1 ; : 11 : should be transmitted by Post Office Orders. It I Is tM

pleasure like that,of the citron with Florida home, eorrwr l'unrth.and. ',Cedar- streets. .' tP A1 :1' iih -I If '. 'J.;- .. ,' .i i .1,.: safest mode of transmliang1 rnioney by malE.
W. i:. Stockwrll Maoater.. -1 ( f ',' i r ,'. : in the- Pod
small
At Post Offices
I sugar ; while. its juice modified by the '. .. .'" '' ': i : .... -kI h ru.M-; !i. :,:.1.1. u :. DAILY .APERS -V ,' rice Orders cannot,be1 obtained1,country money mey where,be lemittetfla OJj

orange is sweet and agreeably flavored FED 1 Ii'OF CERS. .. ". f; Registered Letters. "* 'f|
Collector of CU.MO-.J. Ii. 8C< TT. '. .vffIvputy ." ; ." ,'h- Fromfoilpwinffcitiwpo.i i yery'day, FREE EVERYBODY: B ston; Advertisements to a limited numbe..,.wB. kin mer' a

This plant often bears mon- Coll:U>if.. ,W, Hl.KW. H. ; \ ,:.,v' '" )eWYor; fhnade.JphaBatlaiore.! San Francisco Chicago,- ', ,[" the WEEKLY HIRALP. four eecti.a fxfglnual .. V.Prlc **"

I" Mere, which en Io e a seppnd fruit in lnsp tor..fCultmag' HIOJIX8.' H; j 'i": I. : ncinnatJand .. of.DAH.r BUiLD,
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4 J'05tm..ter-E. M. CUE JjY. > j l'f ;' ... ., ".i-/ .t: u/ "Vvi'SuL ai9T.C 'I ', ?::: j -t- <.. subscHptiua price$xz, always In advance.
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nut,covered With a golden'rind"as the Suer-Ora-.J..W 1 OILBHiT.* ,*T., A. '", .11'I 1,1 q I' ; ,,. : ( : t1..QlJ !,? u lie' \Conneciions' via the Port Royal Railroad! :. ; AID in a bold and legible,hand and jdv the na w

.other fruit. This U. &Ouer-TflOS.icMUlLhAT.: _.;, ). )..f'h 'i f.: )it.llJ .'jx.. ... : -: ? '-'. -" "V I V, each criber..of. Post Office County 5fldSt5te, SQ
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U S .CIRCUIT. COUBf. \ plainly no errort mailing papers
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very U. $. Register In BokmpteT FBA8EB a V V' 'V -V----I-----1- ._._"; J -" --- : If" EpLE

in.snpi-double! flowers.. .- iCT'OiSSEYE; :: : ': Or.W" 'E"I"'T\ "-' ; copE,,V .
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IJYBJUDSO., 'K EilE' I t : i / '> -J -Mtn.i: O; "Jl
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Ciinmnedica cedraliwrni; folio' :Fiorenti. a.CAT ;V r't. ..: : ; 1' '' t -V ", *'iurt.-3ft f i : : J .f .. by the .Saoremet Court,tIO&eLtt with the aCt nC 'm
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c. rum.froctnpaivo 'bajino'ltto' in'papitl% stEET,JACKSOKVIUE; FLOEIDA.Dealer'In '. ,.f1'. .tI., JU4'V : > :; '. ; : repealing the Code of Ppoeddtr.gnd the WI ieiJfloqsi .
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anineote; odoratiuinM, cortice .flaVo 'ininsallxi ..IliUinery Fancy aad,Dress Goods of'aHklndi. V' '" < .r..,. ,_ B1V. '10 0" 'fl.FtS:|r ,"' FiQ : ,

f lencro .in.cuhatu. fratissimo; medulla (K-erpe eonst*Dty) .pn hand the.latest styles of 1. 'ojl' I .:: .. : !1p : : ,; '<" : j v 'convenienl- "; d
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ac la.1. 'j, ,;: r,< 7'.'. ,WILL KEEP CONsTANTLY ONILUb' V V j- ,1t.rJl\TH.E'R'-: N !t ; ,.;; -professioo.compilation Fric*Two DoUaicV Cash"*"-
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HATS AND'TRIMMINGS.Abo. : : : :
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di J-lrenri. Dies*Goods';" fiiie issortinent ot ; I. .f A'i/ARGE AND1 WEfLy 'siLEtTEti'STOCKf; : #.''' /: ":: Ii I 4- 5'195W.t_ _
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Hrni' Flor. .e 4f.CHEAP. ., '< ;.al_. .d, t,.(uU., Jtortroeat', 'yp.uit( >4>W I" M IJf"IVJllTE'GOODS.'J''rt tL- 1I Ilk., ,; ; .. ", "f : .RADE' <>' ::ur--i'j""l: F.-.i-I )1.1:11.:! ...: \ ,: ial way S;on hand.t. "''. <""; < -:.'n '- u.-ff: -.: -tm '. ir.jvtq J1ISt.cdmt.1a at bd .biata"..
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t t ''' \ by'sukc'a'ttenOoo Jo busfnai and the wanuif the public,will eode vor o meHt a thare of jhdr pationageiis ,. -
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"cc HATSj iUNEN. $..GRENAJI ..r *'gI ,. -. ." ,.1- .', J.t".iz.h4" 1tS3 e'A'b\plmaa of eXp s to all'pafrts'bf' :'the'State. i .

-}, Ferraris among the-lcrobn-cedfats.. >: AND- .JAPANESE. .CHALUES. :... t V -: ;. .:. t "" 'Tdafl parts of IH'Sbw." ii,. -..-.:.?) d ,Ysa ':.' .lt'L\ .JI: I : .. Su-ISrsss M3Athel .CIIf P'TuR1Sf r:1fu J i
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THE'.iNE\VSOUTH. tions ; they only repeat the. .same three to/Jonr1/ gether ored afraid -;.
4 ; upon, one pe ,Republicans are : of them 'PROFESSIONAL CARrS, &c. : UISOEX.LAN1OUS.A "". .'PI
"Y'4i plants under diversity ,of ..nomencla duncle. ',, l because they 'committed the Yellow S GROCERIES- AND PROVISJOnSi" .;'.

1 PCBUSUED XEPVWEflNLDAY s.A1UlDAVj AND lure, whose differences are .too slight. VARlEnES'--NO.'X' Bluff frauds and-defeated Hon. J 1' H'K; COLCORD, -- /T/JLLONV1LLE 'HOUSE l R YBO 'if"I

-' to be remarkable. Watlsthe' first colored : ,. ft T1qEY X';; .
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. 5.1I1'UIt1.aub! .|}.Spe3n w .. VARI ETl ES-NO.CArus ., : Uraunver a'fleor.mi-H02b1e.- regularlynoininited i 'by", the'Re'I'I| Ii. :'. Suciassor ro'HIJnDdS. '. ,; ,' ,'r, H "L'Ia' ,It .': -" ... {"it
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';, Five at more coptCS. '3octad11d aD e&u© meJica limon fructiovtoCrassoet Lin.>ne fl-,r eniidoppio.Limonier ran party,. and' elected, Niblai'k 'T J.UCOWEU.-" '.' MELLONVILLE.' ORANGE..COCSTY.I .FtA4' : 'tf tOIl' wUh a genuine. article IB the way of Cigar ,
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1 will be ent w every club,/ren received at due timeWMKLT. fleur ; JhDffllocraiic .,. ,. ,' .- .j. .J *"*- '**-" ;> tii-I' 4

[;3 hail) aubscribers. $i per .nnui. Tea grate acido. ... ?# .- I" .,, a double. M ru.E DlCTv ranttIat The Conservatives '. ,. t. .<. '. \lnssLiquoi.- .- &e..p.t4' ? .. .,( ,.
: copies fl." *<*; 1 wiy CCJf *1.60; Fifty cop- l.un.mier dc Genes. The double flowered lemon is a'tree are.suspicious of them because Corner Bay mS" Occam stmts.. : "-' S ;: J. ..: TOC.X?, .
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I, iCli.'I.nacla.iF' Liuicne Genovcse. :w l'Lim..n whose flowers I have "i .. V '30.1-!? S L KITE,' ) .., i -,?{*:" '>.' -jf -j\a" g< "
many petals, but they try.in fool the colored membersof Highest.ti ftiatt paIl fcrJHMe p .
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Linjou \'U1 ToCRNEF. REC. gei"thongh ) HOUSE H
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Snowav.> ?per sterile It is impossible describeihe c.. S 'I' : >' -.it" *ijj ,- !'
t" each IlUbKqucDt Uuoeni..*o eeouWECKLX. HERB. to many' teal"1g'gr b'bitls..3 d'also be- cj i oIz1iao,.. W. _rv. : : IT. you wish to take. ncreadoa: in a'good pIN of
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first Malus llra.inia add:. G. B PlN. fruits ; they. change according to .Aaty at Law and U.S. 'I. PERNAND1A.FIk. 7 '.' .' .-, : ." ,
6ust
r.: Ji-t5 per mcb 4* is. incertion: each caustf'they trjj to Conservatives CclDm'. 1\01&17. luc.C.L 8Il1I.ud.gJ. .'ociIs Saf.oa;Eyii '
I tubtequcM U eruuft.75 cents.Sfrittttticrt 'Lmi-Hiia maluv. J 15AUR.lin the varlrtirs; from which individual from their seats'who': have been fairly ROBINSON&, "CO., S .S' ,. ,; ', : ;'' ''1 Ht'I'1'" '' t..1f Ur", {,tJ;
S .
:; .to cents per l- >..n ,-iix*n"J Wine limoen.' COMMELYX plant may come which gives us this and.squarely, elected, i? order SAUUZL T ) Proprietor.Trr' .- .1' );S ;. h'J ( .'::1...Ht. ; 'I .. ,.
to.rut
i' TCKMS: CASH 'If MnrMCK.A41res Htsp. DELG RtAL.ESTATK AND INSURANCE BROKERS, .
I tnonstrnsitv. -Gen rally'it tends to receive down the., : i *f ,-'* . ADAMS.C AR KUTH & CO, Lim.n vu1gart Limon vulgare. VOLC. .Cuoservaliveyot*, thinking Agency Th Manhattan Life J Sptendid surfbatbIn. (; >% 'I = : .fImported ,1 l' I.' :

, ,, I-adwuviole. FlCIridv Citrus rnedica acifta :Gir'mier ai.ire..' DES- modifications" of form '3!ui it thit, they canjunuol.enough Rtrpublican lIIcw YQrk. Insurance- .Company of r Ma&nificent drive of etgnteoi sulee'on this ftncstAtLuuIc. .Bais'AU. :; .on drausht.. > .,Ci3fcr-. : < fci it at t J."I.r 8 ".

FONT. TAB. liE 1'Ecoi.E DE BOT. scarcely, ever produces, seed. The t : -votes' ''to get their Infamous Asset 7.1..J"'S1 99>4&ui.. Vadirided surplus$ ,,&)': beach. -1; t -> :tZ TOGNTS.i i at the Mctropoliun- .,EOaard-.Sakxjo. ,-"I' /;

.: TREATISE ON THE CITRUS. The lemon Genoa'is a vigorous. varictes, is 'very rare. .. schemes Uhroughv Although all .the ". .1 1J ? &sfrg ra hree- '. _- _' .' ..;. f- ).'.'. :'11' .

tr t.h1ch' extends 'itself : *", 'To be Continued.: influence'of 'the Sentinel\ I N. BETFES, .' -
% -n- r..DowillC antcLa a-e I tmmi easily as an _, _', .' ; I used idopx CLARKs.''. ', '...
1 OvOnc4n HOMa JoW."L 41..11 RV."L NMTTRL.IfD.or New, esjiatier, and which bears abundant : { >se 'the'cb1ortf people 'and The : .._' OPEN1MIRING. ; THE SUALMEIL 1 ., "
_
f ,
JOHN tt" !
', PHValCLAN ij ; '
"kr' iraifeUcd ( .J,1tjJ '.4L.4.
. $, which juureal *bcy were rom AND, SURGEON, ? S
fruit. Its Tallahassee : whites who ,
stature its branches its Letter. are opposed to'their
the French of G& .It"a GuJ..bIO. We commend the : ; way 'FORYVAUDING..1 .
J. JQlIIIIC.u IIa in.riliWcJIy rViluiUe and specUly adapted I 1 raves, and its flowers have the features Portrait SentineL-and its' of .doing business, yet there'are'brave ; IJ Ic.Fla, BOARD: .. :' : :'

co Suiuhern of Span" OFFICE lIons-From 8 tin pC day,, ,, "- >* J /' i" -.- r
.i
of other lemons.. It has no hearts enough left .in ihe-.State rise 9 a. m and ia till 2 p m.,. r $a-5o:- ,1..11 'M
sors, as 'Jrawn'Jy a Leon County '; OFFICB AND RisiooiCB -Conier Ocean and Monroe Perrireek. ... ,- from JS to f i._ : .
]j CHAPTER- III. jAKTICLX thorns and it flowers continually from Jfffucfffaa; Il'hoii'that "makes up"and throw off "the yoke of'oi>pres' streets 6-J-tto I Sad.&aory arrangements Bade with.&mllie ,.,7 co.ii, M. ISASI-. o. N n 'ER_.c H A 'f
sinn inflicted\ f. "t"" : L
spring to autumn. The fruit accord. .the-Jarksonville "
H U. hay? IIi conduct Injures the Re rilgandSave'the .
? AnD VW.1'ROCERIL
( T : _
'Vj Citrus medica Iiin
cornilt! ) inius allii, ctlernus rulxra.fji variable. In general it has an ovoid Party._ truly yours, Opeu.afict,Jane. ist' under." above, .terms.,, 6-6....imNyTETROPpUTAN ,. PROVISIONS :.;CIt.A1 .tf.
: in *aa>ma teucriiale vuUceo, pctiuiuwticulaui form rather .ddar New South:-In the' Jast .
: a thick rind sometimes JOHN WALLACE. .STRICTLY. WHOLESALE GROCERS. HAT. 3EGRS. 't. ac..o .q..
:,1 ficH flivo, ulwvato, curtice tcouc, smooth issue of that negro-hating, disorgan-. HOTEL' ;7JACKSONVILLE. .
sometimes-rathtr rough,--and :; :sol.AgeskrF1otIdfo. ...1/0 iWr .&IPI -H.
: medulla ami-la grate acida. 'izl journal, the Tallahassee Sentinel,' : : JACKSONVILLE FIJU .: .
abundant sJur.ju i 'It .is rivaled A Missouri ,WaiL S .,', \ '
: j ; : < : : 'A rw, t\Pa1" ilG" l,1I .
rkh
is in article :
lemon the
The a species an
: very upon all the coast of Liguria from, appears reierring tp The following touching lament fora 43Gordf at Savannah ajld t&artetoa. price J'LORID'I- b..', ,. ", ,;--.it5- ..
and still richer in Ci ',\' 4 .
varieties hybrids. regular Republican ) nt pn' of 9- WhIte',Patent 1I.y Daiwa,
i I Spezzia to Hieres. It is the deceased wife from disconsolate! S ... .
varietywhich ,
is an oblong fruit whose Leon helt a S WiU remain open during the Summer tat th. } .. ::1' .' ,n; I t.,. '. ,.,* .;
" The type external -I county., (on.the,25th day of accon- '" ,.Io r
fiirnis.irs the fruit of commerce editor.of a Missouri i In .
"J rind is shining yellow thin and July jit the The. editors paper, appears NORTON & KObKER f -' S .5 tj : (J .,. J. ; "
i Capital. of '
modadon of the I "rnst.a uthEBAKi
travcffiiig putlic and .
because having a rather flfshy rind, it the columns of ..that Journal J ;; Thus ..ptbcas&e, .,., .
of caustic rich in the Sentine/made false ti. .5 --'S, '< ; 1.' flI
full juitc aroma. *
; a resists well allthe ribks of paddn and rejiresentaiionsin : wife died. No more will, those PAL ESTATE DEAf! EKS canter Ocean. and Bjy VOLBSIAl S
my : ..1
: The internal rind is almost notlung. that article'frouf beginning to end. streets.JacluuoviJle Florida. Prices, Greatly. Reduced\ M 5' '. ... 5'' '. So ,.1>J.t., '"_. '
.
." travel. It is multiplied by grafts loving hands pull off my boots and Money iuanod .00' Real Estate security. General ., .. .,41..11. .
and adherent But
lilt become ,
white coriaceous very SenhneloritsvditorShair Lit and Fire Irvninircc ; '5' 'r 't '11 il
but it is often obtained also from >art black. hair as wife Agent aud dealers in Hre! $
| only a
my can. .w. fiantatiuns.&e. suburtk ': KATE DAY "- :!. "! Vam Brunt&Bre'a..Un SaQl
which iipnnghcid cPackets
the pcciaUy. PER :
to the illide envelopes the seed which retain all the properties so very earned .in false representations Norwill, those. ''willing feet ''replenish Correspondence soiiciud. 31i dJ S ; t .yt ; ..._
'
: lobes. Its pulp of a yellow white that they) bdieveit to be.a ''""' .
rROMNEWYORKts
of the mother plant. These are thecoal-hod: or'at': r'-lJail.! No ; ; -i3r+ .
abundant: ami encloses a quantity oi high crime'to tell the truth, therefore more I and liberal terms ty the weekliad month, ".:- 'r! T{
distinguished, however by the thorn will she 'arise' amid the tempestuous B. 'C. DREW, ... t-trJ6.IP BayStr.et Jacksimvl Ef JloHdjUB *MIFA .
.
!.
,
acid .
clan desire be obedient law '
agreeable juice, very aromatic they to io that I I -
which storms of and hie a1'
nearly always winter the '
appears upon away to TABLE BOARD AT REDUCED RATES
which is the valuable of which have studied'' made .
they
part them. and fire' 'AUORNE'AND i R B A NIK d.
without disturbing.the slumbers oft } : s ,'I" "".
fruit which is used to the Iai-of misrepresentation '
the season and false
COUNiJELLOR-ATrLAW
'VARIETIES NO. IX. :lie'man who doted on. her- so artless. Tie patronage of the pnbfc respectfully solicited. ,u .- :.-t; jDaAUJt
meats anti to make beverages. This hood. The Sentinelsas that 1 introduced .
:ly. Her is embalmed Office Id the new Freedmaa BaM lSa S ., .A
i.comer LR
S .
Citrus medica Jim memory .
on fructu, ovato coitice upon ; _
i- .
'
is the type most irequently produced :: a resolution in our county convention Fine.and FonytbStecssj.4.MsnvWci1a. ,J.B. TCINEPrupri.tor.Aprfll5ib.1fl4. -
from seed ; .nevertheless it is very frequently g1.Lro. tenui oie lulli addi.'ma.Limol1ier to nominate Senator and 'Representative -' my heart of hearts. I wanted to embalm I. a.AXA'KBWS. I..c.. DZW. 4aaw3mS GROCERIES AND PRQVISIONSui
a"fruit fin : lu trat, her body, but I found!l'l could i-ir 5"
modified by fecundation, and Linj fino lu which I did not .do, but 'Gc -' BAY 3TREET. IACKSONVIUZ FLA.
\iic : there results an innumerable crowd of nil in aciis: Malu .limonia minor acida. it was done by James D. Thompson,; of procured 1 M. & II. J."BAKER, .1' .w .

varieties which attach themselves II. R. I'AK. ToL-RXtf. INs REI. HERB. E. he had Eli Mudget neighbor J 'p '
do
or q., as a |perfect right to .11 {'?|S **
mine OR, RENTCOUNTR.Y.'H Always onhaaj
are confused with the hybrids of the The lemon with fine fruit, or the fur ar least half of the delegates of the avery pretty grn sone.! His TTORNEYS-A T.LA,Yo .rttd,
wife "wa consumptive, qnd he kept it t .tOrriCB UAY CORN, OATS, BKAN CTZOtiNL
citron all orange. In proportion' as lustrato, is i the variety most esteemed convention had been instructed hy hand. for several in anticipa. : Reeds building,. ? OT LAN ORANGE GROVE FEED PEAS, CHICKEN FEED-" .*m.L

its kin thickens the lemon strays lemon trees. Its treehas the their constituents to nominate Senator years .
amonght; tion of .her death. But she. rallied I-a) .1 JaduonviHe Florida PORK"LARD BACON3

from its own tyjie and approaches form and port ol the ordinary lemon Representatives. Next about FOR SALE OR RENT. SHOULDERiV .J..J
1 last.spring anti his P.
.. 1
hopes blasted. JAMBS K SAKEK. : "
were
of the citron. I do not, however tree, but its fruit which is large and the hay I wanted to make in our con- RUTTON J. ,1.1& HAMS. : :. -
Never '
establish as a principle' that every thick ovoid, is formed of a rind smooth vention. I .do not .ee why I wantedto shall I forget'the poor man'sgrief We will tent JOr the seasua creel!oa esiy.terms, ., FISH FLOUR, .'
I asked 1 him B. BEEBE 3IOMINY MEAL RICE. .
when to with it. 1"HECKER'S
-
skinned lemon is a hybrid ; this phenomenon shining, and so thin that the white make hay at all when the Sentinel Take itSkinncr; he hoarsely part 'whispered l l-T. THE ALA CHACOer.ORANGE HOUSE, FLOUR. FARINA, ,.; :'

may come independent ofthe part can scarcely be distin. tJished. seemed to have made enough within BUTTER. CHEESE. AITLES. ONIQN .
influence of the citron and | and may you never know what ARCIII- .CT. Near MelloovCIe,. Orange Co.. Florida : ''' ut.
there Its pulp is very fine and encloses an the lastioiir or ve' years io furnishme POTATOES SUGARS. SYRW3.

are thick skinned lemons which do abundant juice acid, agrreable and and itself too with all the rny that it.isto have .your,soul disappointed( as ROOM No.:..MASONIC BUILDING. WITH THE,FARM, ORANGE GROVE' AND )MOLASSES COFFEES ; .1.t
his beenand he.. N UI&JcY.arLAIJLED. '
mine burst into '
not show the :least .influence of the full delirious is when a ; TEAS ,COCOA .,.fr. .* R
of a aroma. It is pretended necessary it can afford to flood of H tWPI2WSJ'IO ,,7iUh II.Fr-w.. '- ;. S *
tejrs. spirit indeed SNUFF
, citron ; these are varieties due to accidents that this fruit is never so highly give away whole.stacks at a time in broken.. I had the was, THIS PROPERTY IS MOST ELIGIBLY OILS SOAPS i;..

:! of fecundation. perfumed as when it grows at Rome the shape of the best offices in the utterly following W.I. &. ARTHUR A. BIRNEY.ATTORNEYS LOCATIU>-I} miles from the. Sieam- :STARCH. TOBACCO; .

\ The lemon attaches itself also to the where it i is known under the name of county. The unity part of the Stnti.nefj : epitaph'To engraved upon the tombstone: ] toil; Lacdjug.on'.Lake Monroe. ., ,. WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS. ,..
Tabitha '
.of wife of
bigarade and the sweet orange by a lustrato. In ..Liguria. 'eral varietiesof 'article The regular, Republican thr'memory BASKETS, BROOJIS. S CONGES...TUBSCAlfXED .
Moses Skinner, R"q.. gentlerncnly editor :?*" ,,- FOR. INVALIDS THE CLIMATE CANNOT BE
111'aSl number of hybrids, which form it arc known under the name of Committee Leon'county wrote of the Trombone. Terms 4 3c STREET NO 330 ; UiPAsSk.D-hi1e. no part of Florida con- GOODS O!lY JClN _., .<
\ the numerous class of limes. On this San Reuio uf bri netta, of the balotino 10 the Secretary :nlt Chairman of the : |j :> :. 'II 1cSIO"1Iyadr.utLiplOmepvwcroI ....r :r .: .
TkunCAU FKUlTb.
in ''
siJe, however the line of division is of Apain. Tnis last named bearsa Hollers' committee on' the zad .day otA year, Invariably advance. A kind WASHINGTON CITY.... EVERYTHING. '
mother and an wife. Office : ; 1.
i 1 mure marked and it is dirTi- itt to smaller fruit which has otherwiseall |"ril last and asked them to meet exeiujilary "' root sIdbe1ntheFIRSTM0NDAY1n5tARCE M TM ,* ...._ 1-
. over Coleman's grocery.up two flights R.A, "1T1SO". A.L MUK.rATTISON next,the property will on that day be-o&rcd. at pub: -
r\\ confound these mingled species with tt.e traits of the lustrato. The with the regular Republican Commit; of stairs. Knoik hard. We 'shall sale to the buhest bidder. Apply to FORAGE.GROCERY. ".PROVISION,LINE. .
4
varieties. We will begin by describing baiotino'may serve as a link in the tee 01 Leon county on the 2<1 clay of & MEEK b X MINU; 'Jt DAX1EL. ,.
rni St.hf'e, mother we shall miss thee. I SELL FOR .
; CASH
the type ; we will aferward choose change of the lu:trato to the lemon ol May at 12 o'clock M:, at' the Court AuurneysJacijonrOe. S Sf

the var dies which are 'sufiv iently I Nantes wcicb is a I lemon still smaller. Hou>e. for-tlie-uunjose. of reconciling.!Job, printing solicited.. Thus, like ,A 1J'ORNEY5-A 1-LA W.OI5cc. 0ftttrt.i&ri. tf ".Florida.. 1.AH Anna 1 w

Raehrl weeinnp .for her rhiMrr-n.___, didlacerated __,_
marked to offer a sensible -difference and which surpasses it indelicacy and matters in this count) and to ]>revent. ; n. fHE LOWEST TOSSIBLE FIGURED .d'1
.
- with theirmiMlel w-e will speak| after I in aroma. This balotin is altogether further splits in'tbe party. Mr. Weeks m" spirk'cry put in ,agony.:.1 RcQua'a building.Jacksoimne.FU. shades of braids and.chignons at BucLy's.. t.._ t' .,' -
But one of light penetrated ihe Mercha ts.Loaenp'Jotda.; Eoardut iloraea.and
ward ol iue h>brid which Ixrlung to I different/ from that cultivated under answered that letter! by saying that ray E. JOHNSON.-: .' /ainilie are invited examine my gaoas?mid priceMt .****
I of .D.. .
despair soul. The'undertak-r "i SA1JE.
- the citron or ofponcires, and we will the same name, in Jardin des Plantesat they would meet at the time and, place my I p F'oR ... : S i' .
took his
, finish! by describing those whirh belong P.aris.th l latter appears to be a above sj'ecificil. Tne regular committee owed pay in jub printing: and the .. *.. HOMOiOPATIIlC S : VE.RIY..C.IlEAPI. THE.HIGHEST.CASH PRICES.. : dt
sexton rue a little account' I
::1 io the or of lumits. To lemon the time PhYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
orange cedrat or poncire, and that of, met at specified but : Of1'Alt "
should 'not have other fAID rot COUNTr PJOECOt K1SDW
'j reduce them to their naturai: order, which we speak now is a true lemon; Weeks d his committee did not Why should we- gotten pine at any the way.- Office north side of Bay Street in Dr.Robinran's Three small farms!nejrth'_ : City 1ZtTZ1r.'OE I stft., vJjfKt: Itt

,;; we must plate the type in the center i with a round fruit; only I differing from make !their aa1 ance.. Then the mysterious flew building next block cnu National HoteL .ipttyR.1' OF..TEN'ACJtES.. .
of Providence N'
extend it on one side% to the citron on the lustrato by it larger size. Itading'men of the Stokes fation took Not ways and ..vicinity ? ." Cleared land: no oiher-improvements. .' \TTILJ3ON' i& WIIITI..x.

- the other toward the orange. and seize the matter in their own hands, .knowing ( a conundrum.) :\ ?, ,. ,: : ., ONE OF TWENTY ACRES. VV Successors tDflcis.i.V'ills&e.. ApzLns :
t1 on our road first all the VARIETIES KO. X. J roe : ;' .
remarkable ; .-.*- that Weeks( wanted to keep the About fifteen acres In cuhhr don SIlO grape vines and : '

;. varieties, and afterward all the hybrids Citrus medica limoo medulla, acidacarentc.Limimitr ,ounty split for the benefit of himself Odds and Ends.At I ,ATTORNEY-AT.LAW, fruit aces trees tar;gardening.1&Idcrdr2med;day subsoil; one of tn*best GRAIN. FLOUR AND FEED" ta.J

\j which form the links which bind a fruit dwux. p --; irfS4 .
\ all '
and the pets'of the Jacksonville ring ,.O ce.in Reed'* Block, Bay. '. OF jlannfacnirtn! '
ONE
TWENTY ACRES, "
Llm duke. .
J these races Lawrenceyilie' inaina fiiiy .
together. :
After this' was done tnis handful of 3. .a-
Liuun dulci medulla. TorsNEF, About lour acres' in cultivation, balance good pinewoods
: .-' "'Jecki.vifr.F1arala.CALL. .
). In reaching toward the citron I find Malu* limonia majur dulci C. B. Pis. men. called together thirty or forty a young man, .named George Ferguson ; on King's road .aU UIL CORN IEALINYCR4cKED.:: .i.COR."i.

: a great number of lemons that have Main limon-c mmor dulas' IB.Linnm soreheads so as to fright Somebody was tarred and feathered for.hav & BASNETT,' I -Deali W Real Estate.'VTiachen's CCCvLLINS.S BaakUng,Bay St. I .. ,. RYE MEAL CRAHAIZFLOUR.CACKEDWHEAT '" "

::1 thick rinds -unequal nearly always dulijc.: MlLLER.Lirnono and get in the District Convention,' I ing used grossly insulting'language to ; ,, ..:': .- *

;: oblong, and which& resemble each duux.' OUvER DE SERk.L3nun but such things are played out in the two little girls. : I 'LAW.1; H EALTH, WEALTH, .I'' ; TLn.t.*'**" ..
; other in all dulci rr>cdul find things except io sire. I FC.n.AItlVS. CoMMtrvN. HIs fEte.LirnZhnluUS Republican 'party ol'"Florida' Tne : Men are j judged by' the. tone and 9m.Ii: RedBn&ting.op stain.IT. ,- ..1'i..-.? J. .. -S A.- Wf .

, the only three varieties : the first is Vtl ahi. iTAL-VUm.nTdoICeordinaro. ignorant negro' part 'of the article! I drift off their 'minds. '' Henry-- 'Vanl : : ; .: -AND'l ? ', ", TO., .ORDER.." .'. ?. .,<, ""..-,. ."

;;; lemon ,'itb.J. seiui-double flower, VOLC. Lunon Lu.1anUIio! dulei : did say and still say that' cre'woulrt Beecher' wrote 'the "Life, of Christ ; IACKSONVILI. FIa S Wood Sawed-SpIit: ,and Delivered *.'4'T'

whose fruit is rt1tJl iaJc1 ordinary; mcdulia : Lim. da Portugal d< Ice IB. be nosplitizithe; party iti'Leon county Theodore Til ton is the biographer' of RECREATION, .- \: . H
-A the is Limon dulci! medulla vulgaris SUMMERS, S. '-II -5' i .1 Itt.J--:
secpnd the ; : Lemon : "
J. third is the sweet sour lemon lemon their; and sub-the dulci mduU.o1.ipIHnIDsii.i FEKR. Htsp. jf it were; not ,for the plundering Victoria Wobdhiill., . C.H. 'LANDS FOX -f.,.'' :[:.' by Cord." or' 4'Tr:1a.I"},? .T'1. ',.

; Lima dulci. 'ITAU Lima lulci Ltmcttalli disposition of some.of our carpet-lug An ATTORNEY AT-LA '
varieties :- Indianapolis minister spent an ; Ro?Block.Car Saeet.,4ppoihe aariliUaadBrTiatJi .
I are innumerable ; therefore >|.nica dutci. 'VoLd. gers who are ready to dividejhe |part hour-the other'day in exhorting a lot : .' ORANGE GROVES, COLONIES, 't''
pass them in silence. Ciiru Also. NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER '4 CKSO1VVZLL.E.FLA. 'in
.inrdica lirnnii' Lime douce.. DES- tw
do
} or to anything else to carry out of pemocraUc politfcians be hon U. S. CIRCUIT COURT. FARMS, MAJ Lt-GARDENS, .
to .
Leaving the varieties LEoJLE "f .j. ., .
I FOKT. DE ItOTv Ii "
to the >
I..h pass their ends, and.that the i igjorai.t negro : est and,virtuous.," Probably this is' tOffice. VILLA SITES; TOWN T., A. "Wlt.SOu.fi 8 w. A. w mc>.CKBANK. .
as '
:, .'" "
) lJ'UriCS 01 me Pok'sbuadlcg' > *
,
citron
and 1 find two The It
sweet fruited ,
"
i lemon
is known ou111 without such .r
( < get along! 'LO rs. -
;. men. '
P J .ra which have god an illustration, as we foul .have -" ., -
each .
thelrsub.varae. everywhere as th* sweet lemon lima 1 'not > ': 5't ..S,35
, ties ( hope they, do put themselves of what Paul meant in h.s remarkabout L.* PI-&NfNG. V N'GS ." -
distinguished only by.sizeof fruit dukis. The of-its ... I.I. FOR SALE ON SANFORD -GRANT. .
and ; nature juice'takrs with honest, te.men., whom we.are the 'foolisln ess of f preaching / rLu.no. JFLEM .' -.ffud .'i

1 : by insignificant modificitioiis of4orm. it out of the characteristics of the' nadYlo join hands with NG. fe DANIEL, L.MMOOREAcnrr" THE FREEDUAN-S.SAYINGS &RVSTCO. ,

The fist of these is the lemon- lemon proper, and ranges it amongst N6w.Mr. Editor, I have been read. A CharIestowfl'.b iy fell, out pfbedori ,. ': .- "- Sanford.T70R :; *. ','"' 'ttH. """
ceilrat, ith a tuberculous fruit those a recent morning, and, during the : JAOCSOXVIIi JUCB.
oblong neutral fruits whose origin is: ing and watching the Tallahassee ATFORNEYS.AT..LAV.Oppica r
'
SALE OR RENT. -_ ; ." .. fI'4' T'
or three hours :
thepanej-e of next ,'eight the .
women an
ordinary .fruit the unknown, and which are distinguishedas tine for the last' twelve or' ; -'' Deposits of received ind vi4. .
second is the thirteen neighborhood: made three .inquires : R cot's Clock.comer. 0ccaao4IayStzecta. ._c ON LAKE. ilONROE.. .any amount frpa '." .,. .,
lemon-cedrat. with, an 'they approach the lemon by the months and I have the twenty Jacksonville. FU. r business finns-and sodeie wh h Interest.wS V
come to conclusion > ,'" : .. ... on .< .
; .
ovoid .
I
fruit and smooth skin, or the naraeof limes. I do notcombat this concerning its heath) md its 3ty. ; i 5__ ;' S a.IJowed' : ; > f.. f '
that .it.h done the .
s Republican .
: : .
Poncire mother had! : ; : .. S
.s't
Jine fruit to it 1"i :
which drop twenty-three 'v J. :
; the mostTernakable opinion but neither do I
adopt it ; 'party more injury than all, theDeniocratic'paJJCrs ,- 't'..;;, TWO new Cottage.. near th. Steamboat. Landing. at Dpoaits.D1aT .tea..by express.In current fund*
times and to 'the front window A.AKNIGHT -- .
variety is the Apple of for this lemon has not a trace of the go ,to '- v-- '
the I .
in State 0) .
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/Paradise. could This is SANFORD. or Vy mail.In postal.MC. order*aadbaci drafts .

I return then orange neither 1.eafflow roy; fruit, have done. The way .it his'pursued answer Boston, Globe Christian sympathy. ATTORNEY AT LAWN :-,. I ." '. &J.SO,' The Bank*open daily. Grcm, A. II. to a .. M.;also, .
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afresh to the its has I IWhiJ .. -
type, juice not, it is true, the acidityof and abused T. : j > -
Hon. Walls the .
"nd J. Including! ROMEthTotwenzy deiirah' oa Saturday evenlcgj, fat deposit; only frcjn ) met varieties which are more the J lemon, but neither has it the only' 'representative'' the colored -New. Yorlr city has 950.000 O. a. Hoeg's_.lock,,up stain; 1..', '-- : .. "acres.. a" o'cbck." .". "T *-.1 S41172W
aluabe
,than the type, on of of the inhabitants and : : .' tv04va7.boLae.; with:large. dining-rooiai detached '
.account sugary juice! orange ; it is ather from .Florida 470 places .
the fineness and odor race .at Washington, is oCworship'j j-ajswly .- -..Jacksonville ITa.C J W. SWAIil, Cujk,.
by the of the rind, and insipid than positively sweets: This sufficient:ib show to:the colored peo- Berlin.'with a population 850,000 -. .' Suitable' .for a Boarding-house. -" "

juice. abundance and aroma of the may come from an' imperfection in pljf ihat the .Sfti/ine/'is _no friend f to has'only .sixty churches 'and. chaples L. ROBINSON, '. to H. JJrFOREST l. -r ASSIGNEES SALE v,>. -'* -

They have nearly all round the organization, which renders i yet for the most costly edifices : Apply : .
fruit it incapable the colored race. In (act, it seems to part .. : .
The first is the fine In the United ATTORNEYVVT-LAW' 'Sanford.Fla. Br virtue of.order of the U.S. Distrkt'Ccmi&>-
lemon fruited' of elaborating its sap, by 1)a friend to nobody nor to.have any State there are 72,000 j. .' :..**" tf. 137)twsgd' die Konhei District of .a.1 wiU, ofierfcr sal*ta ., .
or the Justrato of Rome ; the which it is nourished, and I which develops interest mike State houses of worship-6 i.ooo Protestant *highest bidder at Gainesville before the 'tXnrthouM
second is the or anything else ..tO.. NOTARY PUBLIC and 01n.nSStoY door va the JIM day ofJuly..ina&. betw.tdxlegal -r \.''r
Ligurian lemon vuba, j its citric acid. In this case itwould but the little' handful of plunderersthat and, 4,000 Roman. Catholic, or 600, U. S. CIRCUIT COURT -*-. HTH E M RCH ANTS'EXCBANGESAILOON. -: hours of sale the following dctcr&cd property.It .

bnsnettt I the lhir.1 i it the small point be a monstfrniher than people to a church being a part of the ABeisofloh*Matte a.Mnap&< ,"
ted letno or the balloti'n a Jby- it Tepr ents. Every coloredman Office:No. a MaaonicBiock.RICHARD i-rv. Bone's BLOCK- All efSccdft.U3.m4IMS W J{ of Section 24.;T.eS -..
Sjiain. I brid, and the monstrosity being properto who dares.to think for himself The pleasantest) feature of' the Range K. Divided SdcSIXd.T .
meet afterward woCocwnUloa.r' _,
the hybrids of the the plant and common to all of its denounced Btfecher.Tii.0c\ruatter. is the immovable .MCLAUGHLIN, FRANK GREGORY./ S ,
as. a .demagogue and a \ 1 Proprietor. Two Wagons one Cart aa4 other farming Implemenu. -
orange.it They are so numerous that fruit, would make a true variety, mongrel. coi.ndenre; shown by Mrs, Beechcr' ; : REAL ESTATE; AGENT4 : '. PRl EllST.: ,,, .of ,
is Term* Sale Cash. Purchaser 'Deeds,
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impossible to follow Twelve Laeer Beer r. pry
them through which compels me to place it amoug Rumor that ,the Sentinel\ under &in her..husbands? innocence. She .' ', ,- ,- t' o>: -S -' J. C.CREEitY,AwgneeJ .
U says
their Cool_, ..:__
modifications. will 7adJ9IIviZlf. fl.riJ. Scuppernoog ? ;./_,._ 's. JackaoUeTh.Juy! loth 1874. u i.I .
never the true lemons. I shall 7
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word
not elaborate cial'contract withsome of the says bravelydon't l elkvea "
sp .
theless UJuk'P..Mh 'M't ,
'them AO sorts of Real Estate bought and sold; Money ia.vested. s
separate
into ;
: hybrids of the two clas $-, a description of it. Imaginea red-hot'Democrats io defeat any antf of it ;1 know'my husband, arid would Taxes paid.Titles examined.Rerun IceCreala|t>'. ... .. _' _,--. ,,_:-.,\ '.; OglS EMILE. MOURGEONrFrom .

Hybrids of the bigaradier and lemon tree of which the fruit, has a rng man for CongresS, 'wjih: the'urierstandJng not-belicye, such things 'of him were f ,,n .nasioi', to WUlian Aster" ,, Esq., 1Mflit p.n.i.. -...'.",-.,i,:. .....i. '$;" S! __ -S :
sweet orange.I hall sweetish New York Ex-Gov-A. O. Curtin. Bdiefoote, Pa -Ruui.un- '. From Paris France Hardy Foreman of!St '
juice and an extremely white that* .' his'accuser, : swern the truth 'of : ; : '5. tc. .
some of .
put at the head of the first one Their ? Lewi H. Redner PhuaddpUa: W. Scoku Bud ,, ..,... : Island Dyeing tstabltthmert "*
ofthe EPuncb- ..,. .._, .. .
arade) the ( bic-. pulp;. that-is: :the sweet lemon. It i is pets Is to. be elected to ,the United of their stories,on. all the ,Bibles! that, Philadelphia DJ C.Ambler.BaDur.lackMDYille"Fla __ i. "3.WhikjPmwh NEW DYEBG'A.'lD .' .
SCOTJRKC ESTABLISH '
lime of,Kapl bergamoue$ 1 shall lime, and the divided into several subvanetleswhich States Senate. But all this will fail. has ever been 'printed!" That baa Henry. Tucker...-Bostoo.w.pd- -. .Punc' ,' -,.- --.----U-_-' ?'S.claret. 36 AlL 'r. .,. ,..! ,' :

of the second; ; of put at the head are only distinguished.ope from for the plearc determined that no the trucking W.'EARL, I : 'At.i.t... s _' ; __- -s. LdW and.Ccntlemea's Wearing Apparel, ."* ..:.

sugar lime. or the( the orange) the the other by the form the largeness, man, 'Conservative or Republican,'; A tAng Branch observer writes:' R. i -, PLAIN DRINKS is CENTS '. Lac. tnralrj Lace, wls.I"' .11 l ,04.

n' t ju.ce.. All orange lime with or delicacy of the fruit. The most shall go' to, Congress or to fhe-Senate :"Youthful charms wheiV'clothed J i in ,i' rLAcTlcALPAINTERANDP4PER. .r dials.-Importad Ac. Ginger. Ala Bass*,Ak.Dublin Stout Cor aad other fine &Vics most carefully ckancaa4 ifveC'' #

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the other races of common bear 'a \ 4 : -,7wultA .JTOKSY1 H STREET. bctwcupinrMA:awt Mar-
this 'medium rounded that has entered into alliance,with white and : HANGER.Mavfaj I fcetstreets.
nature are but an : cfjusjin pcarjsoffer,attractions ,-, s6ttr '
lemon ; "
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these. modifications of often ragged -upon the point, the Jacksonville this ntost.aclamaI\Jinc .heart .. "sprtitl raieimere.suits'tor sale at Buckr*.: '-'- ._- t'_ ..
ringand .
The whole they to : .' .
decided ,
of thU table forms r w/th thick rind to rewle tre pereo&tytnbctad T2"O C I. tE..- ,.*? ,1 .,. .... .
a and sweetish K 3 A "_. -'
a v '
the entire nmificatioii pulp. are ready to verify. Wfry are the but, take those liame. seductive rurvea 1*receive orders from all requiring work don ia .p -.' .' '
of O. WRIGHT
the I lemon. I / : "
I have seen a ver'.fin plant ,at Versailles .. rA' -:
have examined with people. so" suspicious of that little and dimples and extinguish them wjth .L 1. ;: 1 t.ti'rfY :
care all the ,. where it is. called l ;the sweet handful "of GRAINING; GLAZING aid 'KALSOMININCdoaql&tha ATTORNEVAfOAW.i. ...
crowd of plu'ndereis? Well, the a i w1tir.d' .atbetTtenlif a bag ; -i r i' a.
varieties, of Ferraris,: f Voi- i lime. It is found in best manner. .'.']ackaotmI1c.. ThbIazaawaIGnd. .. ,;. _
amen and of everywhere Ligu honest white, Republicans are suspicious of blutrpr red flannel; termed per 'Reed ,Block.By St.St.'jacksoovflle '

I meet them.' all in J'Uan'y'ihe vineties other authors' ; ,ria, where:,several l .sub.varetiesare of them t liecauie the'Ting ire'de' -' courtesy a batbingHtress, anddefyzhe'mu 'Orders, receive left peampl.at alavlsa attention Drew's, "-Furniture.-- WbrehuokCwOl WIH- practice-i i la i-the,'-diflereat" +.1't.coun. **Ct G'the', Setat.' y.CoUectiona fitted vf with ..wdet' UayroretnoKs. ...- .,, \.are-oHEACQOARTER /. :.:,. ,'

about I am cultivated, of which the best known termined that fnb"white : : 1. ., drumpdy attended W."': 7-rtrf" '
to enumerate* *etefor' I think Repnbliciin ,'susccptWeof Angusi. a uses,.or 't'., ." "ft.rftEN,1'j "" / ::: ,: ;.t ; JpA .'

- it useless to multiply isolated descrip- and bears'these Tr its,.fruits n-elongated: clasi r point.fibini, shall hold 'oflSce except they.a're'. subservient Adolpbnses! to feel any vibration of tj's.to' hi'a'i'" 1tJlo;..Lq. .\1TOOD"*-BiaCLES'" &inii' ooSk'''ant fcr fu&iffii ;;: ." .

to their schemes. The col- even the treble strings of the;heart. JacksowrSte Fin -,'' Y.tyPTddsabeig AeftJ; .f" ,,. *. &. *.st', _

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II such bo 'taken Republican's bo iJV led arid* ewsY thelYench AWmWy ])has been held.swlik44t J .1:1. II
THE NEW SOUTH. : extreme courw to by some ;nay to costly; perhaps State\ I. '
1 wa reralv d''agitate and .
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:. % a shaif enablt TJiie Dt-niocracy ruinrra* experiments; And I'flnd'ihat
t | ADAMS. 1IMKI it I is not practical men who write thesehighlycolored favor a general electIon for the reason i iI _

i .CMttrr*. if.MJ. f AIAMS.CARKIJTU&CO.: to reap all!! the advantages of a,! l'O.OI- tbt.hs. Very-frquent LEON' COUNTT. that thlpre8t'nt government I is anti-Re .- .: I iI
i is
MTHMtlbK. for.tlie The Floridian aays: That a very and does not the '. I
inauguration it has been visit publican represent
.
'j .. fmJjjiM. J tt'1t of whicbthey ly I
t themselves are not responsible we can- homes of*onie !y"f.rufo bl gen. ,nice case uf JntlmlwCn and.brbD. country "Tbe".UgUlnii: C on. the .other S

I : --- .L J. S ADAMS:EDITOR. not be to cautious. tl'ulen. and the Tlli. was humiliating tempted Walton. In mntJJa'wbeyr hy ( details of for hand a.threaten"monarchy.Steamlwat .to. renew their intrigues "*">ASH RETAIL' PRICE. '.CURRENT., I II I

; :TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. If blunders are tn be committed, let rot the w hole! domain.; l't Vines t'ful garden! which reach us in a letter published Supreviwr Smith of Wash Fresh Goxhcn Butter per fe..,._--3SC
sprawlingon '
t I t tern*eCt.oca1lntUN kolidted from ill part of the the monopoly of them be awarded 1 the ground, j jl\'er the fence, or reaching In .'the-Rc't1ouih'of Saturday colored I l ly'J..hnWallace J ington';has beef rc l i&v d. If d fuccepsor p" 1 ___"-.- -''M' 10

I I I f I interest 1t. AIAo.apediiiljr communications educational on, social ubjecu and ofKeneral InoMimallyiuh. our OpIlnentS. Nothing could j plvo lnta, china Irc.e,just as'luck or'un- of this, a city.prominent It roost be known Republican that 'I'nllm.t. stables in South Boston- Fulton Market Betf-.............-._u"
The horse car
thrilt would have it. Evidently they .
: ; Curmpottdcna thouidmak* thtlrkttcnut as much satisfaction such an '' ''
t Ihe a Wallace) ('114 of the leaders of thf'uMP'I ben burned. Loss Rio Co&., n. < r"---c.oo,
%
t t the factS and circumiuncct will permit. were too) buy with their slates to find have $140,000. 3 .
We are Dot reiponubU for opinion cxprcued by MUenrrespundenu. ext me cuoJe. taken by eitherof the Inof the party here, which The Democratic Convention met at ,
to the the hoe. I
time use plow or am Martealfeo'Ccfl"ce. !bi Lr. ._
Rejected manucfiptt can neitherhe has been in' 3 s.oo
the always deadly opposition fa
I returned norpmenrcd. Anonymous contributionaritl i branches of Republican party _ns glad to know that there are great Baton Rouge on the 6th. A committeeof '
t < not IK noticed. I would Institute a class collision* 'Repuhlirun industrious practical 1 engaged 'the Ring and proved itself power in th" seventy m't-t..and issued .an address 'JaY Q"ce. %n.'fcr.__: ;,' -. 1.00
\I worker ) '
many county ot f which the Ring> is \ i 'Ji U.
; : the can be \asti loathe people of"all parties'opposed to .._ ... .
t --- l selections of candidates shouldbe upon pr"bIem'"What afraid. Various schemes have ) Layer Rah1n .Sibs tor io\
: Has Walls Done Nothing ? dun,. In Florida,'' and /Acy.aie the men t'n > the Kellogg government,- requestingthem
Sucb..Anc made in such spirit a to I am anxious to hear from, for I. aliT sorted l to without effect to break it."? to elect delegates to the convention Macaroni pct IU.. ...... >oc

:"t I Now, in view nI the mar npproacb of exhibit f'complete! coalescence of all the well satisfied that when; the workers take strength and hand the unty.o"tr to the which will decide the, conduct of the Vcrmkella.per Ib.1

i the District Convention which! is to seleot con" iuenU uf the party.It hold in Florida tbe soil and climate'will SteatsWllttnMcLn-WeeksStokes campaign. _
; succeeded Il __.___.___
Tapioca,
tlj >
per IJCugar
I :J ) thn Republican candidate for the is ':certainly proper that we get our resiidinamn r to satisfy nil reasonable in l nr the Tilton! sent ,the, following note. to his :TIAMOSORGANSPIANOS.Having .

demand.*.. In the. meantime I 'paining' one J.ader' by wife on the 6th: I Cured Shoulders,per Ib__.u%:
; representation of this tJiotl'lt.t! in Congress wisdom froth the mistakes of out i enruiep. means which no one will believe were "MY 1JtAR ELIZABETH I sent this associated myself will tbe largest Mnsfe
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friends for :
with'to thank !
:j the rtrength of the t-ffort to prevent I they pcrsifrl in such"continueda their good ij.'ppelulatir'e; ('ntfnninIbt'm legitimate- !cht-mer thought to buy note Inclosing a Ittter'rum' oar daugh- Young Hyson Tez,per Ib.... ..-- -_ jsc House lathe. South I tm now prepared to'self at anu*.

up, Wallace bribes, and this fail Oo oniTea.per b. .. ual tow price to'f cash or by smaD
alo.b1 Florence. Yours Monthly pvyBett-
by fair means or foul, the itution of class! and race questions as .to remember that they are_ supposed feri affectionately, M 7SC
t ing, then to imlllat.him submission. the Knabe. HalUtt & Dam ft Co.. Rune& BraC
t.J ination of Walls I is continually .ntm-I will inevit-ibly (close up. the ranks and to pave u very: ,Yours.hot region., MILES.We Wallace tells his .int, in a. An"Signed endorsed Chicago'TH lady ODORE.,quotes J Imperial Tea,per lb_''. ?.___t.oo W.PEmerson and tna Southern Gen Piano; a&o*,

'9 : : ing, and the unanimity with which the cement the strength of the, Republican! clear-'straight-rowan: man-ner. Susan Stanton :'"Then I.went on h> tell Gun Powder Tea,per rb.......-...,,__ixx Mason ft Harnlin and Ploubct.PcUon &.Ovgw

I general Republican sentiment has set' the I let them are glad'td'rcceire so" sensible 'a Pig thieves haT invaded Tallahassee, knew j Easiest terms ever Kivtn Call and se vbat 1 can of
country Iteccher what of his
party throughout practices.
', : : ; Oolong A No. i,per U>_ ....,...1.00'
fer lathe
1 ; t tied uH>n the re-nomination of J. T.W do it.. That, they cherish this design, {14 communication as the above and think and are creating,havoc among the -p1g-. lie made no denial! of these charges but way of superior,imtnimoas-" d tow price,
... H OCHUS.A .
Sea J.
Foam T9-wyn
pens. ,per can aoc
which it al!- came'down at once and said Susan what
that communication to
\1U seems to increase the intensity evident in all directions. The Mobile the St. Teresa, James Island, is becoming -
d6 you want mo to do. From that Pine Apples __ :___
: anti activity of the opposition, as shown Rtgtetr begins t late editorial in these lutes is somewhat liable to the strictures quite an etensive.Summer resort .for moment he baa never sqnaked." 4 cans f' -" .1.00 CARD; .t '

;It : 4! out in the two pupera the Stnlincl and words; made. But the communication was the West Floric'ians.-: correspondentof o The railroad 'cpnipahies: running Peas. 4 cans. rllr, _.;" "', '; '.., ......i.oo,' '-' _

; "f the Union, which vlalm to he the_pecilil The hint has been thrown out that tbemoribund w'rlten. as we, said. ,at the time. by an growth Floridian of this place writes, has:. The filled maneloul us with northward from Atlanta advertised and ,3ib:Tomatoe, ,.4 cans, "(or_.,....d........._$'. ., 1 _" .0., .NoTis., : :,'.', '..',, ; ",' -, -

State and National organs of the Republican Radical purty.at, the North actual ald 'practical worker of the soildependingupon astonishment. One' ft l"s he steps issued round trip tickets to New York Green Com? 4 cans: prM,_I.UMI T **** To' our. -&0 than2..,,Pliblishers. .and Printer**.all.
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: I and would ."U"to some desperate meaMirio the profit tif his work either of the'excellent for $37 W. It is stated on good authority ,,': ;,
the wharves that
.of
upportt'd'by .
on *
party. party lire the Northern heart in its favor, that the bunker J.,II. Jones,.bought! And, 0 all other loodllA proportion at tbe store ojf -
the proceeds ot n grinding and exhnrbitiitxuina1Ithe The ;{Jr 1 subsistence, Rntl.the calculations there .is ,|jle and i energy hero. The worth and TJ i ANSOXJJAUDY:"''
I and BO give it a new lease of l lite.t $2,000 of them at one haul, jOHN'B :RCiI. B.;

: IUsIfleSOfthe :tate. report runs that the melur chosen wel'f his and riot those of nny theorist. :. cel"cless, hammering of a dozen carpenters now hold thi'mat$50 each. The roads : -y ;>.. '".I
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I As would bd anticipated, neither be on the old line and on the old But tin rouirff lut'.ensibleiseuss1on oral speak louder than words that 'SI. now sell no round 'ticket.l. yet those ,'. ; .. : .' uatest. ImprovedPAPER' ; -
; )1al'trI wi Teresa is We found dozen
amccess.. a '
of seeti onal-war antipathies*and lead Mr. .J' Ijought are ood. 'Opposition
string these matters will to satisfactoryand : "
comes manfully out in bold and first families here '
I open of'your affording AND CARD1 CUTTERS.
philanthropy.! To this end it is I reduced the price and agreement sent
negro reliable conclusions to the real We'bce; ,
as Jefferson
: unsurpassed. "
: each of omc favorite candidate society '
support violence -
proposed to utir tne negroes to a it up agIin.The .
t of Us own, but both continually abound that will provoke violence in return ; capacitit-s ol the State, and these are i county well. represented by the family largest sale.of cotton ever transacted j. : I have resumed tin manufacture. and salt of these
: of her f achines with which name hasibeen .
nrnstsubstantlal citizens ; Men-
of fong
one > lay so
in covert sneers rind insinuations! intended and ..th n, MS the white people of the what are needed.-[Eo. F SOUTH.] at St. Louis'was made on Thursday
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and Georgia fends her guard, uSed,and so extensively circulated for the past b*
S.uih are-like the absent the French adfn-co last, when 2,503 bvles were sold to FOR SALE OR kENT-CITY.
insidiously to undermine the with promises ol of'.the yenirs; tnd.tfl -tacHftfffftiy m(/ /.n."/;
proverb-always in the new tbls Phelps Brothers & Co., at a price whichis ,
: and W"Ia Leon County Republican Convention. Fame noble A with ere.fltr t* martttt/u. tJun i my ifftatrftn(effular -.
4 t-haractcr: of Conover Purman type., lumberyard,
crusade of pity for the colored man will notquoted.but; which is spoken of as '
stnVA atUrtit Ia
4 Wall A favorite and frequently used be preached. \\re think that this I'aganiiit We have received from the Secretary its. noisy, rattlingof tmber "indicatesthe ; "an extreme--figure The invoice summed FOR SALE. my name OMj tAfjcastfiif'My
activity ihe Lots Inactive .I latem Imfrorect Iron-Frame PAPIST CVTTERI
I means of attack has btctI.. call them"nonentities'11 siiij-le string has been played on so the'official record of the Leon County in'rcase. are up $220,000 which $100,000 was (
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demand, and ( for buildings Tenacrcso( land on the KiagRc.4jooiyt'.omites with patent moveaUe cutting board two alTniteet'teaapered
; and and much as to.have lost i its vibratory power. Convention 'with state CJntr2ct to be paid on delivery. from .ckso viile. TjiI land 1"
"nobodies to Republican ,. .a to next summer knive and squaring board still holds its post*

allege that they are utterly careless of The resolutions of tbe DemocraticSuite ment that the Sentinel received them and are becoming numerous. The Gt'tlr. Pa.ellergnt'r.owner)Evening ..Telegraphand of the Harrisburg also !- ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TOTHE tion as-tbe,"YOIUT. P,r.. CUTTCT AMOMC Pinrruts .

lho interests of the State and the people' Convention of Alabama, begin promised' publish.them but failed to population now. we besides suppose, 'wi who ag- postmaster, ( is .dead.. CULTURE OF StGAR CANE;; AND trice
and and do thus: do and in the greateaboutiO, Some conscience-stricken individual ALL ,
"doing nothing" trying to so, asking publication. FRUITS OF- KINDS;,
I are constantly and coming must UttitImffaotd.fjjr:Gar 'iCsrtirv b
going pro
Ii lor the The Democratic and Conservative people NEW SOOTII. Instead of has returned $400( conscience money to
f nothing common good. excellent accommodations nonnced the CAIn Ctrrra in the
,I of Alabama in convention assembled pubt hogtho being furnished the U. S.: Treasury. aid ts beautifely located for BUILDING LOTS. For MOST BESIKABUI
i' In view 01 the constant activity of Mr. record, the Senlihel yents its spleen in a them in one of the' best and most price and S terms,apply to market,for he general use of a pnatiug office
do resolve and declare: The ]pO-fltl) cars carrying the mail from B..H. WEBSTER
_ ,t: Walls in looking out and caring for the First. That the radical and dominant caricaturing report of the meeting, and delightful of families. New York to .Washington. and Baltiniore.on at Wallace's Mill, tt _ll.kaiirwRfrz. :C4Ir.. Gttttr, with my
a fine school, with most excellent or by tetter,care A. WAIXACB.JacksoroiQe. latest.improvements, b stilt preferred by many pridl*
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individual interest of his 'constituent, fu.ton of the Rtpublc\n party in this under theo dn'umltltltes. we Iner an a LlincklejY, line, are still run- FloriJi.
teacheris in good trim, thus ers. and holds Its favoritism over other machines.Foilsues .
and his in persistentl\f c ali fraudulent abstract of the ning. .
vigilance watching opportunities t\e proceedings regrettingthat furnishing to the opportunity oi -
parents and price see illustrated dm lars.
have influenced the I.s there not some means by, which the
advance the of the State representation have not tom tbe full educating their children. Latest sij'e' straw and IlIk hats_at Bucky's. '
to good ; we space record -
.
passilins[ and prejudices of 'the negroes s W Mdhull can be induced to hold her Shipped direct_ from'. the factory to any part of the
the of indifference this is undoubtedly the regular The bunting M superb and those fond Beechcr' -
conceiving allegation ta a race Hgaiiiot the white people, and a tongue? This mistiness is filthy country.Orders-

to be destitute of any foundation in fact dave thereby made it necessary fur the Republican} Convention of Leon county.At of their the'rnanIysjort heart's content.can here enjoy. i to enough but now,that the 'Wocdhull has FOR SALE. solicited and can be filled by return,
from the record of the white people to unite and net .togetherIn put In her'oar i in a lustful plea for 'Irceove BY A. J ROS3. Address- -
I" we give a portion 12 M., John.E. Procter, Chainntnof. The l ladies enjoy, themselves in sewIng -
self-defense for the preservation ol and all its, concomitant beastiality .. ANSONi JIARDY7
bills that have been introduced by the Republican County, Cormllef and rcadinjr clubs, music. >dancing In'this city neighborhood first-class, on north side-ot .
white civilization.In i t promises to be doubly odoriferous. Ai htcy Itrttt.Jtietw.ecn, Pjn .-and Laura, wjtfaia one '
called the charades and Aubumdate.Mass.
to .with the -:
and from their number theirwcope : COlt't'ltiun shutting boys. _
him VirginiaXortbCarolina, Georgia Frank Walwortlu !the parricide} _has dock of the bt.James Hotel and 150 feet from one. of
Procii-r was made Chairman and Jacab _.
the bust boarding-houses in low two o.
and their distribution it is EtrVVANNEB COCNTY. been removed from Auburn prison to the ; tWoSorySISTER
plainthat ,
anti Louisiana the Democratic liurkhim On motion tho
Mississippi Secretary. FRAME .
The Patrons asylum for insane convicts HOUSES WANfBI
he certainly cannot be charged with of 'Ho- of thiscouvitymuct prison on
to infuse Chairman appointed a Committee on hldr double without ,A lady of several yar J experience >-
party are endeavoring romirreciional the advice of a board adapted to tingle or tenement use ?
i exnminingpbjsician. '
neglect of State interest and gives the Credentials. During the absence of ibis otten ignite Iprk I they chance expense.' Facti having six room below,i- In.teaching the usu.il Ir.ngJUK branch French j
I life into the "time hOlord""nd have obtained |emission insurance .. clucinin.ro: fcitckens ia L;attached Id main house. anj and Mu. IC.wtAbes a situation as Teacher a school}

,, ( S 0 l best possible refutation of the charges obsolete doctrines of the "gloriousold lommittt. 1('lmmitcevaS alpoill'd cprapani; 8 to hold! their meetings Women dress "to pcasethft! men,".do bJrab..tvc.siJt..c' *Q.bdu\tl..nd four above, w. or Address private family, Reference MissH.given U.II Charlie requirei.Hope.70253t .
in each i in main house. tach house
Acting Gu\el'Jtr fire-place room ,
..t 1 made. in the ( "provided the said tbeyP, Whyi, if the, whole male genus Branswick Co. Virpnia
court-house
party" by mingling therewith a judicious < met and Purman to seats in saving two front and two-beck entrances. and driveway
', In 1871, Mr. Walls introduced the following lon.V..J. meetings were held in the daytime." were extinct.it wouldn't m.-ike'a feather bo eacb aide with piazza across tlte entire (runt, .,
: portion 01 by the Con ill. wensreported extending round the corners feet to the front
political \t'.t
aqcaa.frtls. Twcl'lrt't'lnct Live Oak I is haunted by or furbelow differ nee in the cet-up of twenty
crazy negro .
bills: A bill to protect civil to be names dour.Ioeiund the entire L, with walk same height QE'SEHEQULE. .
I appealing to race prejudice and cryingout of' rClrt'SI'11 Chairman girlwhom the citizens proclaim: ,'nuiunco. the dear. '1LUreg. M long as there wasa 0 n'puzza.running thiny leet back U> the double woud- CHANGE
right and to remove political disabilitiw delegates was don't living chance of spiting some .other house ixot..ct.
for a "white man's party. Let directed to appoint a committee to nominate Why they pTace-herjn: an 4

; n bill for public buildings Itt Cedar them do so if they (,choose thus to insure dcKgates to the. District i Convention ii.sane asylum? woman. A JVELL OF GOOD WATER; The steaiqcriCity Point having bten witidraw3.. orr
The in th's What pity that those Western and within five feet of L.briclc curb and smk -summer repairs.
bill for Key -countv. arc grA1SbUl'pt'rs pumps
Keys a public buildings a: crops
; their own defeat, n they (certainly will. and did llr). During i the absence of to be excellent pro could not be induced to.hold.a attached,with,cemcnicd drain fifty feet to cess pouL<
Webt; a bill granting right of way to the committee, various lelutiufl were n/uncCI (.ncition. a 1 1 hese houkcsre within forty feet ol each other inComplete t TJJE TEAtIER.I DICTATORCAFTAIN ;.
so as they have The Oak levee iu same and
out.if-tIte-way
long n just prol'uetin; Resolution tirst Live: Times terhely siys : place oltfcr throughout having been recently
:! the Great Southern Hallway and extend- Lut if adopted expresses confidence Candidates for .I.t'lti"n"tn the next Leg receive asa ,'I.-lur.8 Pittsburg deluge! painted and repaird. Tbe western one occupies a
we gbethemanysudi rea.ona.bJti I injlie principles of,the Republicun half lot-the eastern occupying the west half of.full LEO. VOGEL.
n* to the ... IM.. Railroad.In Stockton Cal., is frohi1
IDS islature sufiering a ,
: now becoming quite numerous ,
f ,1 ;, grounds our own lack of prudence, party_ Resolut ion second ex tot,upon which is a lawn with orange I".acb. and fig
1872, a bi'l' for survey of canal from Ly presses and it amusing 'to Scott man who, lixmunths vitiation tiC, spiders. They hang pen- trees and gripe vines aif under thri'ty' growth. Also Will.until fiuthlnClfice.leawe LESTfl5eve.jTUESDAYCYenin.nd.FAVANAU
; thanks the Great Ruler for the
r. they and not we, will be strengthened to prosperity 'lant from lattice-work OD north side of Forsyth street. between Market and
trees
Fernandinit the river ago, would! "Y when hu awning thirteen .' ; .
to
Mississippi ; a resulting lr"ra Republican pec Uberty.a lIory-aJld-a-h.t1J house rQO) e "
i It is not to be denied, that disguted government. a colored! n ln' 'Damn'' a nigger "nd.fences; they enter houses with all milt in iSo by the present owner at d occupied by him
Mil granting lands to the Florida StateAgricultural with stimulated mainlyby Resolution third expresses that same by Ihe hand.' the confidence of inutcd gutsts, and at asa, private rifeoue having sixty feet frontage on'orsyth NESDAY, for Florida arrvirws'liJA.C.KSONVILLE .
party qUII'rcls. confidence in the uf State administrajliin grasp "nige" half
and and
ability our street fly two a feet.on.Adams
College bill for the improvement insert their in CYUJTdlRSDAYtt, ,
; a rivalries of their white co-partisans; and pledges in the Jnc itia familiar biO thus : light poisonous f of harbor at Cedar Keys; a support 'hy lien old fellow how are .you? sleeping inmates. large cistern, bath-room pantries clo eiv and water
many colored men are talking of excluding -. preservation of g< od and economical A on daRe fl'wrs:including a mall lot of lurniiure. All R.E'TUR\N I'N G.;.
hmv Ui.sinaitk Dak. of
do with school? ( ) recent
bill to provide lifl'-l: ,'ing stations on the government admmiHered for the good you get a long your paper the above mem!.Ded property being situated on high
: all whites from the ticket Let 81t: jour scrip jet? It \oln.It1 l a little date sass: "Last night's train wl1S.tJe- ;rouBd,considered as '
Flurida roast a bill for thu impiovcmentof of the party and State. Resolutionfourth Will leave PALATK-A THURSDAY evenl.t
., ; this he dune to any considerable extent declares coufidneu money I'l ituy cent for it; better hind time owing to the grasshoppers (tn HEALTHY AS ANY PART OF THE CITY. every
in the State
: It the St. Johns liver; a hill granting bike wlit a and do nobetter. the eastern end of this division. which haYing rood and free circulation of air at aD times.Will JACKSONVILLE every "FRIDAY morning to.
and the utter defeat of the is inevitable. thlt JHr
in and extends
party delegation Congress to
I lands to the treat; Southern Railway. If Ivas io ,Legislature I1 were so thick us to grease the r iiind! be surd Iur CA H ataveryiowflgureaieowneris nil the tide, FtRNANDINA_ day.arrivin taj
dcsINUS of the
A of the them the plaudit of "'well done good seullng.up. burparticu1arspppIy tq
agitation
!
general would that the : had his compelled the engineer to double the SAVANNAH lime
In 1873. a bill extending the limit of and faithfui. Resolution filth sec colored man owner. A.J.IU.J and CHARLESTONS to
race question hy the one-ttllt will unite scnalts. rights; how do you thii.k I would run? road:for fifteen miles. taking.; half the Jacksonville. fla..JuJyz.44\

Railroad land grant in Florida; a bill to 1 1 the nine-tenths against them and the result approves\\'l the conduit and ability of Hon. It 1 do run you! must do your best fur train each trip.? Also by same party.for t ale.or rent two "D houses ,C01'iNJ. W-J U r EW1JRK.

grant lands to Brown's University; a bill : U unavoidable. J. to Purman vote tom and hi instructs* re-nomination.the delegates me."-IIow will it be after the election? It is,put forth as new that the master and of four ne rooms r4he bt.cac James.comer Hoed Laura and'Churca' . 'saeets, .STEIME.RS.AGENTS I. .

of the National to to AU the- above named is desirable for
for public buildings in Jacksonville; alI Resolution sixth recites: the inconvenience EsCAMDIACOVNTb.This Grange wants go Northera Yfs '- property' very-
ton. 7'.11fl.1 j
I bill to give the U. S. Court House in St.: Editorial Notes. lund ''deprivation of privilege ofuting. county br in full running order Jongre-ss. What did the gossips suppose ,
/ the' were organized for?. kAY NEL&>CQ;.Chariest
granges
for State Normal l School a' \ mused by a change of the old an "Equal Rights Club. wholly .com .
Augustine a '
; Bucky sells. .
and "
of colored men, numbering over r Snvtb, tht."colored cadet at West Point; Uncn duck suits BRAUfRD &ROBERTSON.Savanna*,.
and convenii f
bill for Improving Apalachicoln river; a The New York Herald says thatht'l1hy'lnlantA n arrat gcnient i voting posed has beey "plucked" because he was'de-
last members. BRO;ft ,Fadl"r
made SOJi
prel'lo'II, previous to the .bO JEFFREYS.
bill for improving PensscoU harbor a be at the special i ficient in philosophy. And yet be showed : N.lSIIED HQI.SE .
can worried .
; purchased election! ; ascribing the change to the 'ensCoEzr B ;* bill to Improve tlie St.Johns river; a bill baby farming establishments'1 I in that K-heeming of designing i politiv'ians! inPP5iti0fl e'xil-ling_ between the more > philosbphy enduring : ,
of AD.QfS..Pa/a %,
taunts the white cadets than bis persecutors lit ICKSOKVIU.m I..J,
,' to relieve homestead settlers who suffered city for $25. This is quite cheap, and to the will of thu people and County Collector! and the, County Corn- would liaivebeen lit .
show
The desires : 'ily' to THROUGH: TICKETS AND BILL&OFILAP-
the Comn i .sioners Iiisioncrs. Express set- : *
County > to f '
from Mnndec's negligence; a bill enterprising family men, who havingbad : requests restore the old arrangement of precincts.: tlement. Keep cool, Rowley Us in under similar circumstances.Baccher's ., EOR SALE ING GIVEN.

: thrthercrognitioDofCuhaabll1t.olmJ'f''e in the cost of the ord!- Resolution vogue now. Th his -'.
eSJrlenl'o eighth approves tho stand undersigned, Intending to remove I* planta- .

Indian river, Snwanree river and rariy might as an econ taken by the Congressional l delegation Letters to Moulton St.ion tames, will sell and)hi Grand*residence National on Adam H lds.*Street,near the, \,1 ORRIS A. DZ1ALYNSKI,.

: ., the inside passage to Fernandina. omlcal measure during these hard times in leference to Cuba, and hopes for the Condensed News. 'NEW YOBK,'A gust. .Letters from H; 15'. SANFORD

In 1871. bill the time of this method of family speedy recognition of Cuban belliger Mr. Beecher to Mouton are made public Apply to'. C. Garnrr.ackiu.ill -
I a extending ,prefer augraenlation. of ,, March 6. 18,.._ _twSStf AUCTIONEER. -
ency. There, is no settlement as yet the : The former 'Maulton
proving homestead settlement nod allowing !- Non-warrant of pedigree is one o-day. requests 'I '
Upon the report of the committee the cardiflleultyrathcr it supposed
postal t to bring all letters and :relating
the in the of settle of the draw-b the papers Rubber and oil suits at Bucky's. AND, -rCOMMISSION
proof county principal R.damands
>ck t pop following delegates were elected each tht It: ; are conceded.. to& his case before investigating com .

ment; a bill to relieve claimants under nlarity of the measure, and many particular beina'voted fur separately, viz : !' lcecht'r-Tllur Investigating mittee"; thus bringing U> a result, and MERCHANT;

L the treaty of cession; a bill confirming men would be found who would Wm. G. Stewart John D. laynts" Commice' witnesses In- upon the refusal of' Mohlton to do itt WHEREAS At a meeting of the '. *. .

John E. Procter,. Philip H. .'011 \ied, tp .:appear before them on the Beecber writes another letter bearing Jacksonville Gas Light Company fl-All kinds merchandise received,on coswigii
grants to State Railroads, and many object to.other than choice stock. : .organized un er the act of the General Assembly
t.r Wallice. Harry Nellieliff. P. L. Decyur- evening of August 4th announcing the date vesterday expressing regret and : of the Stats of Florida approved January 8,1853 held meat and sold atadcaoa or private sals.

others of a private nature.- coy, Fisher, Zack Morehead, Jacob meeting then: a probably the last. A astonishment at such action,, saying in 10 the City of Jacksonville.January.ijth,1874.the,blowing

From the ret-ord, then, it appears that Dow Brakes. Kurkbeim, Henry C. Wyche, Lafayette search for Moulton was unsuccessful. the letter: *?On your solemn and, repeated iiotrtd.resolution That was the adopted Trustees: of the JacksonvUk CasLight Every description of goods.entrusted. to mewmbcdisposcdot&i iir e
"
daring lilt tern n f office, there is scarce- Editor Few South:-"My business 'in Hargrct Samuel Fntser.Severn The contests In England of the American .l ssuf n's. of 'personal' friend Company organized under an act of. the Legislature '

.k I Ijr a single leading interest of the State this State made me a looker-on here inVienna1 gentlemen who announced ball-players' are attracting'a a great ship,and l in the ubqu 'StJ ned confidencewith 18S3.of be the and State they are of hereby Florida empowered approved and) 'instructed Sib, BESTFCttRc! POSSIBLE..,

1. a id during thu past years themselves as A committee from thu deal ot attraction and calling out general which' you inspired me of your to transfer the capital stock of the several stockholders )

: that has not received the earnest atten- : f have seen and heard a t"f many; CUlt House Convention, were then re- 8 applauses. ._ honor and fidelity, I placed in your hands of this Company corporation organized to the bookpf January the,)Jacksonville h, 1874 under GasLight to the owner, and prompt fend accurate retun mad,.

tion of<>ar wide awake Representative, foolish things. It is because of these Lord Gordon of Manitoba celebrity for safe keeping various letters addressed art act of the'legislature ot the State of Florida.enti PALMETTG' BI.OCX;

: who by the State anil Rational Republican -I that I now trouble you with this protest A committee of seven was then raised has blown out his brains with a pistol. to me from .my brother my sister tied 'Ao>act prvvide. for the creation of corporation .",.
and to prescribe their powers'and liabilities: approved 5-:17'IW3JD Jl
Hgaiiikt such; and Leg scrutinize to corifer>with a similar committee from The Security Insurance Company of d'varitlnf..Olber parties, also morarda accordance'.with .
1 organ at Tallahassee. I is called the"Alacbua.mongrcl.1 you t m ; August 8ih. 1868, without delay.in
inure closely the speculations of your the Court llt.u>e Ch\nttn. to make all fhildulpbia oat. suspended and closed of affairs not. immediately ..connected sec 10 of the by-laws of this corporation." ARD. .
.
I read in necessary reunite the with Mr. Tilton's "Which.on mo Ion.was adopted. The Secretary of C
dour. I.also
correspondents. your paper arrangenn-nts. Il matter.: this Board of Trustees was directed to make the tran-
; On the illh of August the people of the other day quite-a long, and somewhat party. After a short absence, the committee The, breakingof:; a resevoir- bra flooded from time-to thDe.addressed you 'confidential 'r of the stuck as contemplated in the above resolution." On and'after the first otI'Jrtrncr! ,

the 2d district wilt rebuke such language plausible article under your favorite reported that the Court House i the, streets:of Trenton,;N. J.-with notes'relating to my' own self, / Now.therefore, be it known that in accordance with
I said resolution t have transferred the stock a*above
and the anti-rcpuhlican spirit displayed caption of "What can bu done in Convention refused to appoint a committee : SOjOOO.OUO; gallons of water setting most as one friend would .write to an 4l>err directed,and then will be a meeting of the said stockholders -SELECT PRIVATE., BOARD-

Florida and.while I am willing to give of Conference.Thn : of be cellars afloat. These'papers were never placed in'your at my office la the city Jacksonville. Florida
H 4-ith first ballot for Wall. I i
bj
tbe of August ,8,. to take such further had In 'the family of Colonel A. M. Toirt*.
following wero then elected to The Tilton libel case before Judge oo sth day can be
the writer credit for his intentionsI hands to bu held for.two parties, nor to .. "
good I measures as maj be meet and proper In the premises Murdoch House, Fursyth. street, between., LUfcrif.
am dead set against his theories constitute the .Republican Executive Riley was dismissed August 3d,- becau e be used in any war They.,were to be. H. H. n- EG. and Washington. '; -
aoC
4 Leave Blunders to Adversaries. bid "facts," because they are ca1'ulltc. Committee of Leon county, viz : JohnE. the person libeled was not in any ',way held for me. I did not whh them to be Secretary J.G. L. Co. DAY BOARDERS -

: It is plain to ha seen that in more than to do more harm than good. Pnx-tori John Wallace: Lucien Fisher mldo. party to,the suit." subject- to risk of loss orscattPring' from! JacksonvBle, Fla:,July 18; 1' satisfactorily accommodated

perusal l of such speculations that JeMabKdly Zact Morebead. Philip Decourcey) The northern lumber-men and manyof my careless baths in the'matter of f preserving For further l information apply at this offict.or to.
i one of the Suuthfrn.States, elements of informed persons to rush in ami W. B. Carr Samuel Fraser, S. B. }'urb those in the Midtle' States are.resolving documents. They were to beheld FOR OKAHUMKEE, A. ill jONES, at resident.

political feeling are at work that are and Isaac Dent. and the amount I HARRIS. EUSTIS AND QRIJ71N ,
engage in orange or grape culture or lessn for me. insofar as.these papers were :

'I'I brooding enough of mischief in the future something else, to their own burt and The Convention' then adjourned. of>their'manufacture of lumber. 'MS the concerned, you were only a friendly SILVER SPRING, Mayor J. C. Greetey.aEpuzilcEs. Fleming 8 Dn&. ,'It', D. C.

and If tbo danger are exposed to in the end, to the Incalculable of The proceeding are signed by JohnE. only meansof, rt1ufrum the exceeding trustee, holding papers, subject to my \mblcr.J.H.Norton,C. I* Rubin*.
the State. How roach mischief, Uiinkyou. Procter Chairman and Jacob Bark- low prices ruJng. wishes., >lr. Tiltonhas made a deadly' And other Landings on the OcUawaha Rirtr. /"dlfllfl flit.. October ,8. *87%. tf
view there be for
can no excuse plunging done to the material prosperity helm Serebr). !9OO 'rde spirits was assault.upon me. and has used .letters n-

our State into the same vortex. of Florida 8 through the ill-advised rush seized in New York city August, 3d on and.fragments of letters purporting to r" NOTICE.BBANCH '

;{, Every Interest of the State demands of ignorant enthusiasts into the planting Jackson Co. Republican Convention suspicion of fraud in its measurement.A be copies of these papers. Are these The SteamerOKAHUMKEE I'. OFFIcE o. F.>.FU.MA.July.S,*&>.T.'W Cox.Jacksonville. .

: peac socially and politically! at the of.oi ange grove I,five and six yrr ago, atemptwa made'to hhootBishop extracts 'genuine Are they garbled !P Depositors In the Jacksonville Branch.of the aborn.Pasa.books '
At convention of the'Rcpnblieans of Pauls' during Service' Company are requested to brine or their
Not content with the folly 1 What are their dates t What if anything A. L. Rica,Master; h
; irliest moment and to the fullest cxtuct. committing to this Branch office;*{ne.thai they,nay *
Jackson held !'br
nt Lnna. Aug. 4th insane
county August by an man -
and P
alter tailing totally and losing in txmiu has been left out what put in verified aad properly balanced.
The most complete acceptation of instances all they had, these people 'cant 1st, called by Hon. B. F. LvlnWtoo., The recent fires in Chicago o' have You refuse my demand for these papers Will leave JacksonTUl every THURSDAY- morning By order of the eomlD onen,

conditions and results that cannot.now all the blame upon tbe soil and c.Umat chairman 'of the executive (: of caused an i it crease of half \\t> one percent on'various, pleas! that if speak the truth atSocIock. GEO. R. FOSTER- Agent, f42tf 1. W. SWAUI.sJ

A '::' lIe changed with the fullest possible assimilation of the ttte Had they blamed thra that county, Hon. W._ J. Purman was in rates of insurance, and .rlsk'are- in'niy statement I do, not need them ; .Jacksonville.Fla..July,;*S, 187* ?.-:S .- WANTED. -

of all the constituents of solves who gave thorn bad advice chosen cbah man. nut readily t 1en'tt that. that if I make successful l'use of them'lt i SITUATION _

our I should not'complain ; hut enthusiasts The convention elected W J. Pur- Two itr York city have will. bean injury to Mr. Tilton,.and that LUMBER YARD A competent En neer. IUwtI&hc anti UacbIdStT(

- 4 ritizenthip. are tbe first and the plainest are capable of blowing cold as wellas roan D. W. Bryan, Newit Vick Willw been .convicted of a, conspiracy to defraud you, as friend of both'parties, are bound pvEPOT familiar wiA all other meehanieaiwork n,- much and well uperiuq poMIJII.

_ requirements now demanded for genera] hot, aud their resentments are in exact Waden. Sherman White, C.tto "ck.helr. and sentenced. to two years' impriprimect -, not to'aid either.in any act that shall injure CONTRACTORS'AND BUILDERS as In mercantile Superintendent.hnsines Apt having and Book-keeper denres S
'W.' Martin Thomas Brytn and firie. ?make himself nsefiit -balary aHcoadary
irti rity.RiliUcally. ratio with thtir disappointments. a the other.r .' portion where h a
| p wiiz.:
bare done And doing Hence I disposed to be more cautious and R. U. Dennis delegates to the Tallahassee The Sultan t.f Turkey has recently mmmm. U l .. rnro A. consId.ratloe. Address HIRAf'. ABI".

we are iu my speculations.a Well informed horticulturists Congressional Convention of celebrated I the ISth anniversary ot his During the violent thund'qr, storm FULL ASSORTMENT OF Care of Norton & Kooker. .Dealer. {i. Real Ettat

,. J better than almost any of the ret August accession toihethroue. Ocean and Bay stnets.JacItsoDYiIIe.FJorida.JulY
p'-; or agriculturist will not 1t.RalotCn. which' .here the ladies seek DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER, Cor.
onrtrnctcd State and b. urging the comple Guinea hen at Morrfetbwri Pa. occur young orwswmW
,
N ( more rapidly misled by such glowing statements, early ) MOULDINGS. AND SAWED .- '
steel
8 feather
their beds and cast off their '
mid more quietly than any other arc approarlilng they bare been through the entire'course through that county; nlnt .tw 'eggs I in as many'days. PINE SHINGLES, L. COAN .
before, and know bow much to allow pledging the support of the delegationto She tried to become,the author of nine- ribbed' corsets, To be' shocked is adverse ,
tbat political! assimilation the member of.Congress of but Victor Isstillone" CHKAP FOR CASH AT ,
- for Because one present ty-lhree, to their natures.
_ _ 1tC'1 ft the great desideratum Let as brn" 20 pounds, will cabbage that District for re-nomination and ahead. '.Hug LUMBER YARD. JUSTICE-OF THEPEACE, .
grow DEPOT
THE
volatile
versatile
And
tub T
highly eulogizing tho services of that Frank Moulton will make statement now '
AXO
I e.pt.n. tour .lee-t or land it does not -
on all the
square delivered of and vicinity
In parts city
While the opposition arc now 5nac necessarily follow that each..square in gentleman t the party and State, were before the Tilton-Beecher' Investigating I T:Long.annont'es himself, a.,candidate and Lumber at all landing* on the riv'r. at low rates All or- NOTARYPUBLIC ,

_ passed.. Committee this evrnin'g. / in duekg: 7ai style, tan, }'tbi den rcccaft pn.mpi.ttention, '
an acre pioduce its 20 pound occupant foif Congress : '
tirebnt; ) WMtchlncr the of LOUtS' BRUSH..J.tJ ,
cny course '. The German men-of-war Nautlllas ] I .OffcelaSOLARYESBL0C. ;
,
with even the most skillful gard a: he ,1nendsojerpetrat: on"good ) ... -
; joke, ; "h lI',H.rr:45. II, ; tj ,:.n J ,' "
1t'i.ubllcans( b"piaj to se* them fall knows this to -Some people believeTom Collins and Albatross Sail for,the Spanish coast < : ;' ,jc lwBAY nd 'INEII "-;
ening. Every practical man t- natured public and which he <. 1, ,. .Ieu_ I S
'-'iiv : '' :.'' { ,hopesf.aY.tn.mn 4 at t. q ,7.:116): j; "-
: '<
ta ? ; : ; <
: )JI.M witai' tnWt' .';p.ths.t shall innre to be true, ? who may, read and,Frank p.Monlton to!be synonymons! to-day. i T"HE finest Picture* ever taken'In Florida can MW .f ,L..l"t''l.v..jJacba "a. .
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batr o : A meeting of the fleputieaoftheiLeftI ; ooU. realityy >: "!1- ,t-j ; ls'btiadat WOOD 8ICKLE'SGaUerrI11 "n ".-. c "-
.to
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L It'tr \dvnrsp and sprf4ly eir1ng' the "r"cltn'wU; ,wt' know I It* 'and t r.,;: > .L. 0 ? ", ." d : ... .}. '. ," .' I 1', .
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: .Pcnona1. I .TheLaVIlla Precinct_ Meeting. Menard faction held no adjourned meeting t -What can the friendsof Tilton sty FOR-'R.ENT. .b.,.-.. rURNITURXURNFTURE .. .
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I CITY' NEWS. Sheriff- J. H. 'Dill k PI hu'-returned A. ,General.: Bow-Ditgraceful Proceeding with Mr.'S.)liddlcton in'the'Chair, I to the Beecherites, in\ caw' .the Tatterproves njrnWied at thin bfico.room,'catraOf'* located' .! #lUnt&-.. low.ABBTV _", 1'0-' ,..* '0

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SATVKDAY MotKixc. ACCUST S. 1814ReUcioui from hi*trip to Savannah much improved +-Fatc eftkat-.Ktrn Bat. Mid Mr, J, W,. "Menard. as_ Secretary.After naughty, In our 'OJi'we, Iaztye '* WAREROOMS

in looks and bralth. Oar report of the,primary held, in Lapn electing the following delegates in ?. THAT SODA FOUNTAIN F 2 Z _

Directory. Postmaster,EyM..Cheney an4_wife villa Wednrsda .nighi is not as complete treat harmony, the meeting broke,: J.W. Perfumes delicate and( rare have recently la the Lm fetvrit cigar store b acatrtd Vy alL,,II' ', .' -" '
will bU* "CFJSatana1 Menard. Mmidv Baker. Noah Hen "
lUnder this Vead we Sabbnth j aenrices be have gone to Fernandina\ as we could' wish, owing, as weuntleratind been wafted.to J.Livingston's' !
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of may J C. Williams Lee Jackaun DREW.
such notice* ; derson. DAVIS
Moning Dr. Wm. Dan coy, Charles :Jeffreys 'to' the peculiar xntnner inb1cntboi Drug store by the orient's gentle breezes BUT YOURSELF A HC. ;
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I tat to as by i o'dod and Thumaa Leg A YIUA-KT on Sc John't river m a veil lot salt.On T.- '" S'-"- ;*-.S- "-"f .
I St.J.** Protestant Wdler.Episcopal Itccsni.1.Sunday Doval$*serrkes rcd,,bead M the Misses Wilson, anti several other \ iit'ing was conducted which where tht'Y're now found condensed *of them (toWnhUfOacesta thevidoky cJackonviDe. -.-. -I J* -
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,1 i f.Mar*.a'474P.1i.R. ; daIy.M, U A. M' F. .1 young people,' left for Fernandina on made It 'very hard on reporters new to "* Precinct Meeting aud for sale* entwining II irirs-about S acre rtady Li t. : ,"S;

! P.,.. 8nJoIr.ty1I Sunday School.nt4r ICn'ICe.Su MissW School. P*Mb ,aVasrfEastJackson.aie.9 the Dictator yesterday., ,v -, that line business.*. LaYilla being the JACDOXVILI.Z.-Tbia precinct meet- -"In God Wu trust," is the motto on PItia'Wet pankaLn apply at he cooodag-room PARLOR SUITS. CHAMBER, SUITS {
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New SovnIset
M Semcala Mrs. and Wm. PD<*kray leltforthe home of' so *holders of and api.rants j. ",- I '
Jroo ldto..nlle MJat.U .... many a Ing.Cur electing delegates to the County the coat of arms of Florida. We turn .
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. St. Paul's Methodist Epncop*!(Sooth>,N. E.comer North on the Diet ator yesterday.: to public :office, we thought It a Gin vent Ion'to be held here to-day to our thoughts to Tallahassee would ClGAR '' y.'

rf.01'thival. and !cwlUUI.Il".J"B.dutch. corner or Ocean ruzpamck and Adm Mr. Wm. Griffiih, proprieti,of ,the I.' just compliment to' send, a special reporter elect nine'delegate! to the Second Congressional like to know if that motto isn't appropriate lapaned.ahrav*domestic be had.a boter and of ankle their and own at lower manu&comcan price MOSQUITO BARS, & F1riuRF .;/, .:

First streets Presbyterian, _' _' Pa&'. Service Palmetto House, Green Core Spring, is to the scene of their deliberations District Convention to meeti than any othei place U the 0117. at Goto 4 CVs La ,'". .

SuMlar ndaJ maralngatii. .Dd Bible.'dock Clad.udindacinr.e7 tv' o'clock.: Pwyer%. stopping at the Metropolitan, and "iiy I among their I friends' aud.neighbors,'who i this city on ;Tuesday ,next, the 11th -Isn't Capt. Lund's "low pressure ,O.ril.Jd'. tVICHV '.-t "

7 MeedDgu, .nd friends W.dna contiallr.CftftlI'.ttcd U"U co..uead.oj c cIok.I his genial presence makes all around send them forth to serve anil swagger Inst., was held in National lIanla-Clt condensing'engine of twenty-fire horsepower AND KUSSENCZN. Pizli* DAVIS & DREW chaabsSidti.

'. ". -..-.N.*nan and Monroe streets. him happy. E.cpet'iallldoeshe.enden-or among ao admiring pnappreciative Wednesday evening. A. A. Knight, ," that runs tbe steamer. instead Many oa riaiag In the morning complain of a headache Pariar'. CnaJtberSwts. ,.

1t...-, p" make his own house comfortable and. Chairman' or feeling stupid. A gbsa'of Vichy or Kissengen meref .., ,
IWtIld Bapti.rMfof'Charch and Hogaa streets, to people and J.'H. Brown Secretary.The of the steamer running the engine, a* e -S-l '
La Favorita Chaibber
"Tutr Mammoth mntaia Ia ores
from
awrmns Rev Mr*, t V II hOd o'dadr.1III u, P.Mgw. Services at S. every Sunday convenient to all who stop there, i f The notes of our reporter are so appended are the ni.auesofthe'dele- the Z7tu'n ha .it ? all such on,katant_,locald' Pariot Suit*. BAY AND LAURA STRUTS Suto.- ,'

Irlnity Methodist Epwwal Church. opposite; St.. Mr. L. B. Knight has returned from scratched scored and underlined that and *ub 1itQtet> parlor Chamber":, .
I .mrI on Monroe street,Rh. Uarnell.secoi gates. : Gregory & Horn will open on Mon- Suiss. J&czsowvu.&,.. FLA, s. .
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JaM", Tennessee mat-fa improved in health. only able to publish'extracts Emanuel Fortune. BUILDERS AND' CONTRACTORS ? ,
are Philip
F$4tu we Delegate*- establishment ;
day next a
between tailoring on .
dressed .
DllnllU'Ccc.
d M'wsionsry Baptist Church \\1D fend a eomptete assortment of hunter, "
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Pulrec1I.Rnr.r..lNowG..Pastor. When reporter arrived,the meet Walter Cato Le. James E. Lee Daniel 't" *
Ln r*and I' yunr Bay street, next door to DruwnAnt' and undressed,mouldings;shingtc etc.at the Depot .'
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Catholic S W. corner Church and Newnan.treet A Waterspout.At was already organized,. with MayorChappell Mclnnis Tillman Valentine;. John II. lA&bcr V' cI. Orders to be delivered at landing on ': ; -stii
ratW 1)uL. Early Mast st 6J<; High Mass at toj<: 8:00' o'clock ing Lion Room Dyeing and repairing will > OUR LARGE STOCK i -
J about on Thursday in the Chair and Alfred Grant Brown, Alva A. Knight, John Nettle!l. the River receive especial oL EXAMINE
1 constitute a branch of their business. I
Vfecc:dt tovent, BroAlyn.ncar S. FalrbanVs iu- eccentric 4. .1
one of these visitors Address Loca J.BmiuOUR
., Paster. morning The dimly lighted and William
den ..C. W.CGft. ) acting Secretary.: Cummings. -
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of Pine and Uuloo streets.Rr the -Only two deaths in the city for the -
FMM 8apd*.N.W.corner made Its on St. Johns
i appearance thedarksome
eonibre
C. B. Shnf'a4tol'. room. was made more by Eubtitute --R. Jones A. Erwin J. ENTERPRISINGFriends '. '
African Methodist Wshingtoa ', Rev J. R.Sjott. river about five miles southwest of thfe the month of July awl one r-tht'8ti a .sui- Co. have seemingly! spared noexpense .:. -: '
i hue of political luminaries, ILCbelltnutY.. Petty, R. nan Geo. ) Cato& .
: ,..tOl'. _ _______________ city and for a few mirutes aff'urded'a cide. This speaks well fur the healthfulness la mtredudnc the handsomest soda fcunuia 101 ... .Ion .. .'M'f,
who, warming, to their'work, !UadIthO H. Ma38. W. Colby. .J. Dustin, ,Alex., 101. ..1. ,
To Hebrews. a fine (spectacle to such of our citizens : _.___ _' t .L__ft A_ I of Jacksonville better than any ever'IIIIt vp tn this dty. It b admired by everyone and Ul : .* : Ml ,
scene wmujate an economical luuuuer-' i D"Lyons and F. Gillyard.' long disertation the subject. : the soda from his pronounced by all abe ladle to he 101 I ,A ;-. .t :! .-
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of Jacksonville are as happened to see its When first ob upon .
I The Untelite storm, by,their cpruscant optics and flittering The meeting was harmonious and the JJACBOOVTttM.J zfI. ,

: .jain reminded tbat a meeting will beheld observed there was a vast tongue of almost 'molars. Conspicuous only for his speeches were made by several persons. -Steamer Silver'Springs makes her 1Icst.NOTICE. KJJ, I .. F. *. jgj 101 ;..;

nt 8prtdse1y o'clock inky blackness shooting, straight usual trip to 1IaJpolt.tu-murruw. leaving 101 ,* 181 i
1. at Mr. Walter's store plainness,. was lion,J.T.Ed. wards, who Hon. J.T. Walls M. C., was.present.BROOKLTK. TO TRX AX-PATOIS OP TM air op jACxsonmu. let0,0 1111 "' "

next Sunday eveninp, to com- down Irom an unusually heavy bank of was exclusive in ,that line, being the .-The Republicans of this the wharf in the rear of the NEW 'The undersigned.having teen appointed to eqaaQxe tot act ..* *.. 10K Ml .. :.a.' "

pletarrangrmients- for appropriatelyobserving l clouds, while on the surface of the, river only white man there actively interested. precinct held their'meeting: on the 5thofAugust SOUTH office at 8.30 A. M. Fare for the the assessments of taxes aad to hear and determine the lot ".* 101 'f" .
of a3 such as consider themselves Ml rot ,".. if
little commotion discerna- round complaints pcrooos .
but was 81.Mr. .
the approaching holldayi.On very a the of trip, ttOt.l0l0D..DOJOI010J.1J.
for choosing
purpose aggrieved by their assessments. hereby live notice to .ii
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: --- ble. This column gradually increased The following delegates were, duly delegates to the County Congressional McLaughlin, Signal Observer, all concerned that they via meet to discharge the duly I 101 lo'----n.--oIOI_ DAnsaDu1r.dOI; Itft.'
the Waya.TI.Ie in length and agitation of the water the North aslgnedbcuiastILe dy. Cornell Room on 4th.5th lOlOIoocoooooDoopoooooauaolOI .
left for leave
elected to the County Convention, without Convention to be held on.the 8th. yesterday on a t
is the 101 lOloooo Fn* rrcms oocolOl '
etenmer Florence on traysatBrotV became until the and 6ih of Angust/next.
of the river '
greater of discord : Peter Mor Grant was elected Chairmanand of absence of one month. The signal 101 1Gioooooout al'l ,
Jeffrey
a mnrmer > The Board will sit from s*50 clock..at,at the .zr.U
Shipyard undergoing repairs. retched from the river to the 101 lOlaoo WACXIIOVU. oaolOl
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. tfpout rison, ..Lt.J Jackson Samuel Spearingand J. Adams. Secretary. station at this place fo now in charge of City Ball each day. 10] 101-wononorMjomrMi.m.icMCirtOI ;>
Bhe will resume her regular' trips on cloud. In this poMtlon it stood for a Mr W. U. Simonds. E.W.,,n. 101 IfilltOl010 D&lJ,010tOl0101 ,
Alfred Grant. For the next, delegate Jeffrey Grant and Stephen Hicks were 101 Ml 101 Ml" .M1'!f
i b making -W.bt.Bosnncx.HOTF. .
next. Tbe U.Mnbey and then faded ,
Monday minutes gradually
few J. T. Edwards was put in nomination chosen delegates, and_James Lane and Remember the excursion to Fort JAC 101 101 101 101"10: '" 'v-
the regular trips In place of the The column assumed ab 'autifullj 10 lot 101 .,
away. ; also Moody Baker. Mr. Legmnd August Boesing, alternates. George Island'on Monday next. More 'MI 101 101 in "J .it;
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Florence. ___ __ undulating shape, like a vast serpent a said he had no objt-ction to a white man, Upon motion the' delegates were instructed about it in our advertising columns. MARRIED. _101 101 101401 101 Ml10l 101 h.
mile in length' subtended from the I S ATIT-Drx.--On August th.1874.by theM Rev 101 .Ml..', ,, .,:
New Organization. If a suitable} one could be found. Mr., to use their best efforts to secure The Silver Springs"will leave, this city F.>wam,assisted by the Rev.S.B.Darnen. Ur* lot Ml ".
Club is being or- clouds with its outlines distinctly defined hu the Hon. J. T.. 5 o'clock Charles Seavey and Mis Mary Louis. Dye. all oJ lot Ml An Agricultural Baker thought ought to represent the re-nomination, of Walls, at A .M. sharp. Uoe'ri1lc. 101 V -4FS41t ,iMl :-," : !
the entire distance. Altogether
gMJaed in this chf, the object of which through people as he had never done .so, while as a,candidate for,member of Congress. -Another rhetorical wonder. ,Maw-- _,101-'t ..<'''.L.'.

U te better secure the agricultural interest the 8ihtwAs a gratifying one, I Mr. Edwards bad,and al-o had held tha After short speeches from, Messrs. bey'g last letter denying nothing and METEOROLOGICAL RECORD.Obsnvaiioak. ..' ;," ,

<>f the State, A meeting will beb8M particularly as it kept a safe distance' fat office of Mayor of LuVilla But the Erwin'.Grant,'Rt't1diDg'and.Adams, the ufferiag. with true humanitarianism, to takea'at 7" M. *.. H.aado r. at. ..
daily by he Signal Service U.S. ,la thi .
in the oCk-e of C. L. Robinson & from the city. meeting or the chairman_ thought differently meeting adjourzwd.RIYEILSIDLTbIS. help any youth who wants to get "some-- .. = Army THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTED -!(::;;;

Co., Iloss' W<>ck, to-day at 10 A. M. The Fats and' Leans.-- at which a fciat,throb of excitement precinct held its thing into his bead." .Alii., :i 3 a i; I=-wtad.. !! =S.timI IN THE SOUTH. r.,a. .

to the Fruit Growing Conyen- I; Wctlnesdayevening. Rev. S. '.-.
legates audible. meeting a
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of base ball between was -A free exhibition E [
The friendly game water spout gave a r '
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be held in Palalka DO Sept Jet., Jackson ,and A. Erwin was .
tion to Mr. John B.
For the sixth delegate presided : .
the Fats and Lank and Leans a'tos the off Ssddler's'PoInt. Thursday morn.iog. I .r !! i ; i -I ITues
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will be elected, Scott and Mr. J. W, Menard the acknowledged chosen Secretary. Parlor RICH. PLAIN ;. N
off much to the delight 0" numbers of .
.. Hungry Army, came on Wednesday 49JOGS to ti NE fresh cts Qea I Suit*. Suns.
leaden ot riyal factions Aubuni..Erwin was, appointed delegate Wed. 57 30.07 IJ 67 NE Light eun OM : sad *" '. CSUUBMTSuuv
who looked Pedal!
afternoon and resulted in a victory for our citizens admiringly yet '
peath.Br Earle I,8, 50' NE Fresh e-oo Fair Suits iSUBSTANTIAL
the New YOlk Herald we learn of the Fats. The game was'interestin'g.Se'enIy were put in nomination on,while l\IrB..n. and John alternate. not unmindful of the fate of Pittsburg.At Tho." 9 xia 77 76 NE Gentle,006 Fair Pzrlaz <* '
Sy 30.10 Ei 74 NE Fresh uw Fair .
Mr. Middletonand REED'S-i; The delegates Suits. Stilts.chabev :
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derson. Mr. Chappell **
Samuel Livermore eldest &0. In f net many sides werecaused SOOB 84 5* NE Fresh 0.07 rair Parlor .
the death 'some forty ,or fifty other were chosen are M. Bowes Allen Kimball] Fred Btttelini's, on Bay street. 9 3Jl .;6 E CenOe 0.00 Clear Suits. FURNITURE. 5uaIa';
Don of the late Samm I 1. and Alice D.Jlaven. pain by l'c'sivejuy. The run- will be found sOme of'.the finest'brandyever ".>- 77 30-11 "s SS Calm ,ooo Clear -. t ,
offered as substitutes. About this timeit and Samuel Anderson. 30.07 87 3aE Fresh oLcofair
in the Slst,ear ur> his age. t1 hi" ning by the Fats was profuse and com occurred to the meeting that this was LA VILLA. -This precinct meeting was I brought into this city. 'Some of it Barometer corrected lor; temperature and elevation. ":1'if
N Y. on Fri ical. Exercise and the sun, made thent : '. : ;':.1
home at Soargtioroujrli ,
retails for $7 bottle and was. vinte!
needed and. all called regular Dutlce"andI per
the last, delegate wanted pllr2'DAPt..to MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
run with >piration while pride and I We to offer stock ativ itZ
The funeral t dayJnlySJfit in 1797 another brand worth
$5
Each in his claim in the I organized l I. electing Mayor Chappell ; per ,
to put y
made with go, i
lerfre for victory them run remarkably prices. <,* f .* ,
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nfl Monday ihe 3d, (rim Prcslijtirian Chairman bottle, was vinted in 1830. ARRIVALS AXT CLEAKANCXS AT THE PUtT OTJACKSONVILLE.
him best. On and Alfred Grant, Secretary.
manper that sevrned to k..H
in fact all It -
:bpri. King Sing. K. Y. : fcwiltnesp- they ran over FLO1IDA.ARRIVALS. "
was a novel sight and even made the the top of nominations came motions to The delegates electfd art' Peter Mor -Why was'Road Commissioner Capt.W. ., : ''.< 1 .

-- ---- tender Mmpatbicd ladies smile. adjourn, motions to reconsider, and cries rison, Lee Jlil'ksulI.Alfred Grant, Samuel James' resignation accepted ?, Why An;,5.sch.Jessie B. Smith Tvt-r.:Charleston. -:0DAVIS :- ,., 'h.*
Messrs. Norton & Kooker Aug. 6.su.Dictator,Vogel 0tarIcsc0D.CUA..JlCU. .
whu do Spearing when a dUtnrbance occurred was Miles Price paid ,fur building abridge t. -i "
Chairman
of .
) "Mr. you recognize -
)b1t'e Iven apj..4nt.-d Slate Agents uf the Cull weighing some considerableover I :
?" 'Mr. Chairman 1 rise to. a which broke the me ting. (50.) when it was not according & -REW.
up .
?eOR1VahLI Fire Insurance C 200 pounds not Tiny weight, ran Aug.6, h.Kahnar.! Lambert.East Machlas.Me.Aog. .
imp.my '
: pint and other parliamentary terms Afterward another meeting was held of to the contract and he had not given .7.sch.(Thromo.Wooster, Philadelphia., 1 "-'; :
,j of rhiladelphia. They arc n-ady to once or twice. He didn't run any more. Aug 7.sir, Dictator Vogel.Charleston. '. ':,
that were uudistinguUhable in the con which Scipjo Middleton was Chairman, OCALZXS VI' -
open agencies in all the prominent towns lie procured a substitute. lie didn'twau't. BonusMr. J :' 'j"". ,.!!
fusion and J. ,W..Menard Secretary, at whichJ. Bucky is taking account o. 'NEW -
ADVERTISEMENTS.
of the Sutc. Tbe Pennflvania is rported to be a boy again in spirit unless AU kinds :of FURNITURE CARPETS; ,;
but W. Menard. Moody Baker,J.C..WI1- stock at the Southern Bazaar, and goodscan MATTRESSES WHITE PINE.WAX-., ,
a iund and tvliitble comjmnT. the fleMi went back also. Mr. G. was Then 'i1eIlL grandly, furiously. ?*
I liamson Thus. Lrgrand 7tab Hen be purchased at remarkably low :NUT, and CEDAR LUJfBER etc, '. ;
enjoyable; did the scene SALE. ,;
11'. and could not hare placed their business I hound to run. And run he did. He indeocribably ( FOR : }
** word of lie derson. Lee Jackson were appointed prices. In, fact, they mn-t be sold regardless .
" i iq) better hll.ud\ made good time and not only used his until without a ruuSvris
jAccsoxmxx.
delegates and R. Davis Horace Cnm- of cost to make room: for new RIVERSIDE lI IJSE .
it resembled .
-p leg but every muscle in his body lent about it. more closely a

Injunction its aid to the projx'llinjj ones. It was carrel of entrapped wolves' snarling and minus, Sandy Hunter" Gen. Turner, goods. Mr. Bucky will soon leave for JACKSONVILLE. FLA. *mosCn sad white food of aQ kind aiBucky**.,,,:mT

On Tliursdny .J uJg" Archibald granted hard work, He was 'bound to run," fighting for a bone just beyond their irank Summer and Scipio Middleton, the North for a new stock.. Well adapted tot a fine private retideoe or fint- .' t
class boarding house. 1 wo stones with sunMrd roof
- an injunction restraining the County but sometime before the game was reach than an assemblage of enfranthised "were appointed alternates. -Two young gentlemen were discovered >8 sleeping rooms i acre Iaad.4 orange trees. The HE JACKSONVILLE ':AI
Spi -W. C. Cooper dele- finest location and cheapest piece of property in this :;r
LVGFIELD.
Collertor or the Treasurer from paying finished he was Middeuly) struck by a humans. Many quiet people declared earnestly gazing at the heaven vtcwury. Price, includujg about f GOO worth of furniture ;

. nr receiving a certain coqpty draft lor tbught-home thllqs t. Probably he they would Itave, l-utsomo charm gate. through what looked to us like a quart ., '10,000, half cash balance la one and two SALES AND UVERY w' "' 1

$3,100 alleged to have bern informally had forgotti-q to do something before he seemed to hold them near the door. HANSOXTO'.-Abe Grant :Ed. Den- bottle, black, labeled "Hopkins & Hip- J"

, '' jssucd pending the examination of the left. At any rate he quietly quit the Samuel Spearing in a stately, quiet ills, delegates.PANAMA- gin Improved." They were "iii the For. nfl panJcuIars:, address A. 'F., STYLES.- STAB L E..S\. ,'

in of which said declared be would 1 leave ANn 'I.WJSVIU.EThomas rear of a saloon. Could they have been JaclaonviOe.Fla. t. :"J
, &t'etmnt parroent the grounds and in a meditative mood, with kind of a way, C. B. McCLENNY. hOnIETOL
': draft WK issued l.y the County School bis hands frequently reaching behind and t then went and sat **n the floor close Hisginh..tbam.i : John SmiU-y, delegates studying astronomy ? Oue exclaimedthat If act sold by November tsr.he fins Rhrerside das House -U-- '.' :'' -
will be kept during the winter. a* a ri't'atllboardi .
Board and their approbation or disapprobation him as if furtively trying to grasp Mime- by the door, where the gentle _zephyrs O\KLACD-S3muel ,Chapman, dele- be hud'got a 'Jocus."- house .74..w6aI Notice I is given HARTRIJDGE to the public that I have porc&aMd _i "
the- STABLES opposite
,, of the account Dade known. thing, he strolled home. The whole could kiss him-you know gate. -A little choice ale at dinner Ump, ANTED TO RENT.A the METRO POUT AN HOTELandba'reouhaada'VERY ,.:"
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.. :.Ime was comical in the utmost.. Thecure Tbe Chairman Bounded away vigorous EAST .1AaSONVJLLE.-Jobn Jamison, for the stomach' sake" doth result ID W LARGE STOCK OF ">. *
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: Fort George Island Excursion.The was Fats. 29; Leans. 22.Mayport ly and, when from exhaustion. he.and JO f'ph'Wjght. delegates. great good to many of those w h<> feel I CONVENIENT DWELLING .

,..:.: excursion of intending purchasers In the crowd quieted down- be put in avery YELLOW BLUFF.-Roderick Long, debilitated and by calling at_ 'that snug HORSES 6*MULES FOR SALE.!

-',: of cottage kites at seaside leaves the motion that had Williams IN A FIRST CLASS CENTRAL LOCATION. ,
suhdued'aj. the Brill delegates.PoTTSBfcRG.
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\ -: grocery store of It. P. Moody, corner or FOR bMALL FAMILY. Those dqiripg to purchase will find!t to their advantage i'j"

city on MondaymorningnextatSo'clock For the past few weeks we have made made the deepest impresbion oc the .-Samuel Allen, ,Jack Pine and Fi-rsyth streets. 'Bass' genuine PERMANENT AND CAREFUL TENANTS. to eiasaine tha unusually large and attracts- ,'to :.i -

from Foster's wharf, for which occasion occasional trips to the Bar for the purpose Chair,.that is, the_one offering himself as Withen-poon. A. Demps, -,Bartley.: ate ran be'p'ocored in almost any quantity tock I am adapted aho rccerrioz to all uses. -

;.- Jhe steamer Silver Springs, Capt.Jones J of indulging in a bath in the surf.It a ddc al". At thin juncture Mr. Cato Wm. Shield, driegaTtes.S0MERVILU.Coolness. '. _and at a trifling price.In Apply. 4tf' at the FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK. A. COMPLETE OUTFIT OF ,-" ,);

has been chartered. This early hour seems to us that better facilities would Lee, Mr. Nattiel with the' 't un. p. Walter and misunderstanding. the way of politics ir Is said that LOTS. :
BUILDING
:r has been chosen in ordr to give theexcursonists result in a much greater number of vis and other Well known politiciansfrom No delegate elected. our frit-nd and neighbor. Col. Burch hu CFA-SIDE BUGGIES FHAETORS4ND' ': ",, :
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: ample' time to visit the itors. At Ma there is no public Jacksonville, entered the ball, it The precincts of Baldwin. Mandarin, said, that although not accepted as in Parties desiring to secure Sea-side Building. Lots OTHER ,CARRIAGES" : :
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band -w 'l c&
accord lh the
different sweet w> party, yet --
" points ol interest oq the Wand house where anything like large company was saidin the- interest of the Jones Saddlc.r.Puint and Maypnrt,were not Judge Spearing were the leading AT'THE NEWLYWRVEYEDATLANTIC. Of ike latest styles. .

enjoy the sea bathing and return thesame can be, suitably accommodated.There faction and to take lessons of their': pVHticnl beard from at the time of going to press. men at thw La Villa:"Primary" that i-, CITY.ON 5ZRVICEt S

! evening in good season. Full are two private boarding houses, !! superiors. At the sizht of this I J ., when the light" went out, they led on : FOR LIVERYWhich ..r #t ,1{
I'i particulars at the Florida i crowd hom FT.. GEORGE ISLAND.
Savings the for
. n:1Dk'l cgpahlc of accommodating few boarders addition to the pack, the hubbub was In Short.. ,v/ai be furnished : '11 f.1$4''

\ -- n ; but no one likes togo there and maimed and more,violently than before. The sweet blossomed chickencoopis _' In the Spring a softer purple tints Are requested to call a!_ at the 'NoT :

f' Beautify Your Homes claim accommodations as they would at Cries of "adjourn 'rose high above it the chief crop on Bay street sidewalk the.buwm..r'a. glowing nose; In the FLORIDA"- SAVINGS- -- '. BANK.,- AT THE" SHORTEST
August and the loafer the ,
September are the beet Spring, corner scans passing .
months in the year lor setting out evergreen a public bouse. And the facilities for all. Some made a strategic move on the ,-Out,West they explain .Dellt-hlding" maiden's hose."-Troy Whig. "In make Examine arrangements the slaps joining and Photographic theEXCURSION Views sad AX0 mr THE : -n>;f

! shrubbery, and we would bathing are poor particularly for those eczetlrnin t while others putout as Henry's favorite lay." the Spring, the girl go chopping in MOST REASONABLE TERMS. \-J..,.. ,

ti everyone in the city, who earnsUjadvUe can who wish to return"the'same day. Cannot !the lights, Iravjng us in ,immoral .Mr. M. H. Daniels stopping at thflr sages they, blues start a and grays warrliou-M; in the ,,. -0--- _'': ,'j.MX. :.
Spring paper
afford i it some one take this matter in hand and absolute darkness. Still,'in spite of the Sherman House. Indianapolis, Ind. Van Intending purchasers on MONDAY. AUGUST n, .G.U.BRITTAIN! my Mlhoriied Agent and ..
to plant extensively the cape 'ncath their poJunaists.-Lo will be especiallychartered. and will al *be found at the Stable ready
III,.. O which occjuk a steamer Manager ray
5' jassmiue, orange and bilver enomoni- and :by providing a plain but comfortable thi,' a, careless, ,flud,;humor": seemed, _Who was the first woman P Adam, mercial. toaoei-noaUbusiness. ppertamia to the otabjkfl* .,' ,. ,
C. K. McCU-Ni*I
.t > % ,
house confer benefit the prevail. .
public a on -
mons as ornamented hedges. The large because he was the first made. -The discrepancy in our report of Already a number of oar most prominent cidseas .Squ.uwr d.sin .J'
; number public and at the same time put dollarsin Your reporter. wtth the same discretion have signified their intention ot purchasing and the J '..
i of northern tUitora here in the Stabbs has been heard from and the delegates elected in the LaVilla precinct
1 Winter are always surprised to see the his pocket. that has so,(qften f ustnjned(bim. ht is owing to ttavIdablecau.ws.: If Mr. UNRIVALLED CONVENIENCE AND BEAUTYOF For neckties and_Ba at Bucky'a.: .":"'
constable is low for him. lifE LOCATION .
city so bare of flowering and And while we' are'about It. we" would occupied a, position' near the door, and "lying Edwards Mr. Scott were elected.we *,J'*

there it plants, fugjest that the cabin of tie "Si1vt-r on the first approach of darkness had in- -Mrs. Wm. Dale, instead of ;Norton were unable to ascertain that fact. As will render Fort George IslandibeIZOSTATTRACTIVE 'AMUEL B. HUBBARD_ ,--' v-
no material
reason for its .the "' 801d'block"98: "credential and not' our' report "ill! *
Springs be enlarged"by"learing ourthe 1 conlneiitlr8lW.! ." On emt.Tgfflgtrc.m: &Hooker recently in SEA-SIDE RESORT J .
andy soil of Florida ill '
peculiarly adapted determine their delegateshlp! it is not :
to the growth of nearly every variety state-rooms, enlarging windows,etc. j the portal he received a' new impetus Springfield, tor $4,000. a matter of much moment. South of New Jersey. Jacksonville, '! ., :-

. cf green shrubbery. Capt. Jones does the best he.can for his! from, some unknown power in the rear The laborer assiduously'swings his ---- Parties erecting summer cottages wQ b*able to rtaj and -S Dealer' in '*.-I'> J

Last August the proprietor of Honeymoon passengers with his present facilIties; that seemed to gently help him onward sledge and multiplies the cobble,sujne ,. Local, Advertisements.REWARD. them to reliable tenants during the.-. Importer. 5- '. .,. 1

planted the yards of Mr. D. G.- but with a little help from the rightiUartcr and upward till be ,bad attained it on the aristocratic side ofBay street. Full 4af particulars at the FLORIDA SAVINGS IANL HARDWARE.- IRON AND" STEEuMKDGXTOOLS.TABLE -

Atnbl he could easily do With. !seemed an altitude greater than that of __ : :
T and Theodore Livingston with more. I -"Oh, kittens in our hours of e ease, If the pawn who carried away the coat and pistol ad POCKET' 'vrCUTLERT. '

Some of hw beautiful and, wejl' &- .- united effort on the part of the people of the celebrtte'd kite of Mr, Gilderoy "Uncertain toys and full ot fleas; lava Brooklyn wharf last Thursday evening WIn return STATE, COUNTY AND CITY .' r.f
and the owners the Ret rning toward the'eanh in'due time. this tffice.he will be generously rewarded ,..
\*&plants and Mayport of steamer When pain and anguish hang o'er men the tame to ') -"
to-day they are SCRIP
showing taken.TO Glue Claw. Paints. OUs. : ,..
and question*asked or legal procccdugs ,Nails Putty ,,
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the no
the this will become he ground directly ,
soon a
development of a healthy growth popular summer i saw prone upon We turn you into sausage then.1 -

profusely covered with flowers, proeorMatagatzie resort. As it now is, there is not as beneath him, two dark objects nearly The region Wallace's' Mill was 'THE PUBLIC Bong*sad sold. it FLORIDA die SAVINGS BANK.' LE&THERBZLTING.RUBEZN.CWG.STOYES.TINWARE .. .: J, '

( oT much ,pleasure. to be derived (roman equal in ize.. Unable, ,in his'citnaltan! 1 take pleasure in iMrododng to the public Sir. E. .CRoanY.PUMP ; "'J
selected which to exchange .
Italy some two as a spot on CBulwen. recently) from Savannah as my successor ,', :,:.
e'xcurtion trip as one could wish.A to overcome the Corce'of gravitation, or PRINTING. -
Jean ago declared that the cape jassaipe mutual regards between two citizens on Ia the WbccIci Wibo Manufacturing Co.'s office Ia Lead and Iron Pipe, < -, :

(Florida Oardena) absorbed all alter his direction, be'placed, as gently ,Thursday last. And the'end is ,not'yet.Tobey this city.. :Mr Kdwell; k thoroughly acquainted' with THE XEWSOUTH '*
the noxious email boy wasraging around the circumstances: would allow, his left abs Wheeler ft WJvra' sewing machine having becafa DOORS.SASH.BUNDS.MOULDDTCS.SUCAR.
gases emanating around Esq.. that nearly all bis the'Savannah General BOOK. PJUNTINGESTABLISHMENT. s"t'5M
says Area.Cl. AND '
CDIUICCteCI.1dI
dwelling houses a nd threw them off In streets yesterday in .pursuit i. of Hon. foot upon one of the dark objects, which hens are-endeavoring to set, and. that .years sad ban manipulator and aduaor of ihc JOB BSE &. .. .w".: -

the lDe4t beautiful and fragrant of all Thomas Tel fair Long candidate. The observed In German accents wild, "Mem they emulate the example of many same besides betog possessed ot their bo>4ncsf and social Gat-Fitting; ..RZ, Ui1rr; aid .Tn6}.. !

flowers. boy had found the Judged free pass over Gott in Hiramel" hastily shifting his in "nest h1d qnalin-atiuM which'wM.render.aQ hjtdealiacs The proprietors are prepared-W execute order* fcr Sto-Ziftit Jtnf to twrindr1, .; 1 J. !
l\g.
There Is a large plant I in Florida the A. &. G. K.R., and probably thoughtthe weight! to MS\ right foot,, I it struck the preachers with the public both profitable and pleastag. of the every oekcrtptioai of ,.! *
indi- the
to
( that the Allow me at this tun 10 e pre patrons
.
'-We l informed room now
genolLs to the toil and climate. We candidate would liberally reward other*rk object which-yielding gently are Wheeler fcWDson sewing mackine in'tbis city'and ri- PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL'r.R n1NG. Tmnk aad valise M Bocky*.. .J tENTRAL .':

allude to the native sour Per.I him, inasmuchas. solicitors for suffrage I let him down'upon his mother earth. occupied by the FreedmenS Bank ;bas daily,-y caraesta,5cdado.isbdr BoUona'cowtey Such lIS, BUSXNES CARDS ,'."t"e

haps this plant orange are supposed to be plentifully supplied A further examination proved these objects been leased by t6e"1t.tl n Bank of $ and the hot*thai the same may continue'to exist tlSlTIG CARDS. -' SALOON, ?,; "*: ;?:: .
as far as Florida is concerned 'WEDDING. CARDS .

makes the finest hedge in the with pocket money. : Co be a, well known- '. hat'- and'politician ,FjoifcU.f bet ween: them and. m?successor.A.. K. PzaczTLz .. 'BILL LETTER HEADS HEADS. BAT STREET.3 DoonW..oCLAt..u. .,.1,4). _.

orld. In two 'or three years, bidding '-We have received from Mr. MerrilL from .1a.- bon'tDle.Without'. waiting f The little financial discrepancy between BASK BALL GOODS .. -! ,1--" --IfI..FW -'' "* ". '

aen.t0.any wild! bearta or thieves, Secretary the proceedings.of.the IW d'. to offer.apologies or to exchange the the Postmaster, atfernandinaand- I I AtSawa data*' Basaar. L'Kngles Granite Block POSTERS 9RIRTS. J. H-'BtANcES; ."" .'t

and we anderrtand that the .aurseyueo Landing precinct meeting; but they are I usual' formalities with/the bt>y that held the Goverment i* being thoroughly, In. cpxa i Bay and Pine street_!.Jacksonville, Florid*. PAMPHLETS.BLANKS OF ALL.KINDS. -The cAokest LIQUORS.WISES.. ,." ., j&Oa.

are willing 10 kU these pJauau at aro too long for our space Jo-day. We :"will the horse,'he'mounted and like "ArtemaV'at vestigated.An : :!. -I-----. 'TO 1lENT'- COLORED PRINTING AND Gu-t WOZE. ALES. ..... .t" .

per thousaod, -.nd will plant and war. say however that they'are the'best pre .Salt Lake. ,''. fled the.seen",also. Influential gentleman. who left Far ti'e,.. .4'larg Ii nshc4! worn. CIa" .By. c UCD% '". S

Me rant hunJ4 thtn (or 110 per, thoul Now, pared and most sensible .account of the the unseen leaving. the Scott faction in; the Slate to, make a- home i in Texas, au. AtyatthccJ4.ed : T., H.SovnI. CHEAP. NEAT.AND PROMPT. .'draught. Bottled, ... *;

eleDt to hedge or theM plants .are &am. doIngs' ,of a public 'meeting" that have possession of, the field.TheJollowingnotes., writes'l>ak that he shall return soon BASS'S and GINGER ALaVDCBl- STOUTtsFancy it"
any one lot in the dty. ':" ) i ICE QLUI Bneky stile the best white-vests and the W quality always .
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of
at a of been to this office thus far and he obtained with many others who bad left for the! Cordials Cigar 17'
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only brought .
who 130. Think of it all by i 'J' I Thar aB acknowledge to be superior to any ever to Ulillbijh oolt&acL S 1 .
are. deaiwos; beaatifjring your we regret that our want 'of space cumpelUwtoomUthem proxy" -";- r. I A J : I ".i same purpose, and advises all young dtT'privWIy".1ba.I.I4rwp at the ICTURES copied and colored WOOD ft BICKJ ,- ,The finest -MIXED DRINKSiOe.., .
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Pi-I. ,. '. f J ."Cf.l.J h: La-a .(J j .v'T I' .-.. t't* ", : ? :
0'- '':'" -'-- ; "' '- U.fl* *"" 4 ,Alter1'quiet JWJ) u!eD restonu, ;loUe( : men not to leave Florida for Texas. JSCt : *Heading R_ at lF-u. ;:1' ,' ,,-, .' ___ ',1.'".,T._ .: ; ; '.2.' .

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": '. .. ; .: ,-- ::-;. THE: NEW. SOUTH, : SEMIWEEKL1.JACKSNV11T-E SATURDAY. AUGUST 8, .181+ .

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CULTURE-No. RAiLROA'DS ; I .n
\ AND'STEASiERS.Examine i t''Q1&MCZLitiEOV3" ; '
I .. 4'i GENERAL DIRECTORY. t MsCEiEOpst: I. :11 : .
I' 4 > t. < ]---1 t1 "I.St.\7& ._ '- -, .' ,- v >>.!.. .T. I '. :,...'I t'j- '. ; \ f'.lr. .. :/ .r ,. .. _- 'MJSCELLANTOUS." .. .

I PROCURING AND PRESERVATION OF THE "rrno-M. L TiAtik.sN .; '. .,. ..' ,' 4 !; Buck,', atsortmentcf prints. .r:i ':' .: Ji.i 4 -.? -} .i'J'i J J1A!' J-'J ti f IJI"lllli"'I"i! i 'I l-'O' ..llllewl.F'Ii'OR"I : i" '. I _. .. : 0

1:1: I.EGGS. .U-* r"h'e-I OO9T"or1cr.ai' B JfcMX.bi : ." c. T ACKfettfJVlLtE'; ; 'PENsAtbLA ANn .1. ,'.M'ii! .sih; .. .":1'1 i! ti<::: -. JD A. : I AVI: ; N-G
t While gathefin'gTthe CKOI|tiwt< r -U. A.- (WGt LI.---- "' I "" /-T...i'HO.tLAND.f; \ ii. ')I' ... ': 4

I I I ,. intended for tas'wuM eoon,1os beSelcctelir, prr-i'i-r-O.' 0 "r..I-W"It. 'FO'TtUAnvriH ,X.-COeKE.-, .- J. Y"',- J wd'S'MOBILEUAILROADCO.On' ; t ; ;,.:. l CL :J .L..t. $ .T ....Ifcyf: :) 1. -:: : t '1'i3 log'' '."1'. ''"1"' ND. '- I. .u..t.. 4, .btr; ST." 'I"'U TE: ExdHANdE' -.4.L' : I "4 J :A. -
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Co nmrt r.jI'i... : 7 / 's'O/JbAY. WATCHMAKER AND .!T ;
Im..tcr.'k" n E 'OA JAY WlniwUlrufla
17 1874.
( I Those with firm and neit1ure, with IoU"O.III."D'' OII'II\llr 1t.'t1tII"h-l. ,.UIDB3. l6Uwm'
\ 4 I few round) ends are the l>est. The 'av:4".t. ) J''lCo.. l.J ," : ,. I ,
I .' PASSENGER! 'I'RAISWEST (DAILY) TOR 4 -nii- t. S.'i1&; 1'1. ,J i ?' OfFICB 1M LQyERIDCEVS..intDy5! .QCE.\N. ;:.} -
smaller'corodnf: 'generally product] PaE\ii.'ot4i., '. i .0. SAVANNAH Corneiitnc and ar ts.. JACKSOHVIU.E. ,..July MI. 1874. .
tfI'-E. Ii n'J.L.. : il., CM '.i.-ANDJAt.LAHAsStt.-. -, < >T7 !,, -I r.. ?XT OTICE J htttby grVerf of the incorporation of 7tI florid Savift Bank amttJltaJ ilat*./ *mft*3 3. .-- k
the male; those jvith the largest ends _tl.cIt' Ji-iu.i--L1)) \\E'41 "- 1 Leave I __ .. ; 'jXcis -R1DR-'o.1: : 1\ Hinder the provisions of iheUwsoftheSuteof Fteida,witl tutinc ia.the of :
OTT. JacVionvUle .: '\:-VAN"V\L EnE&O. '. t. /IJ \, .j ..' : : ,_.. r .. jacksoavifle I 1. 1 ti. _. 4. t 3 4
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and largest COCOOnS the females kalwl*:.__ t.IQ': 9:JS ." 'th. .1 t : ''WHOUSAUO.I I
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Cutrk-LYMAN B FOHKt. .. .* ..- The general nature of.the business shall be that of* Bank for Savings and Loans and and sal.oRea1EstatM..rtgatea : A1"U.AIIJIAII niCU.J& I
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',LUCtty .. .7.>o ,. 4 ,':2S am.. ..i i, ., .JH' :! ,! ,' $ purchase .
Each OJ '. "
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healthy temlIe'itJ: lay ,from, r.Utt.11lf.C.-ot1llT. Arrive at Live Oak.8:50; abd 3:30 '. ': 1 1" ::11 'Bondi.'ftocki; Gold and- i1ver;Treasury Warrants; &c.. .

I : four'to'sfx huiulred Cttheratl : h'flu"lclaJ' I C1re"t -\. 'V. Va"NE $.'Penn.oo1. Leave f lad tQII.:._;.._ _._:;_i. '0:i. ana.. .4.. New Jewelrj', CI KkSi.\Yatcb'llid!!? ,kcaplCllll-.ock" may ba I increased at any.netting of, shareholders tailed for tkW purpese) shall be I ROBINSON 4
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eggs. which'10 shall -
) 'I&oaoo..t cen be paid in commencing business and the balance i
per insctimcnt
M.eticdli { ,
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upon to aa
1 Jess than one-half the. cocoons pro w.Jt ,sr. c.. I'W..w: t'IUtE. Q.lAy fI' ")lat.'h .. :., 1 aU.1 .cc__-_-.__-___-_- 10:30':::30 .1 VJ ,-.. es, D/apaouds/ fll:te q.and; ..,. the' business..f the orporatioa may hq1IireII': : .'. : ; -". > '. ''t ". ., ; 'WBOUSAU ft *rrAiLDRUGGiST

duce .. E Ja"Oi. ( .{ Quincy_...._.___.,.... __ 12:10: p fA SpZid.GId1tu1iL.1 1 his corporation win l go into operation July 6th%1874 and continue twenty yea.t : ::
temale inserts, though the average .,,110; n.44tlUJlAIII" 0 ison Arrive at L'h.ituh.odict:__.r__,J .:g .: i I } : I ?The fclizheti'ifmouot'of'' liaUlity o''which titis'citrporsliun can iuNtct ittelhhaJJ&it1SO..' : '. '. < ,

4n .yler"Jyare; ctc- The.officers,o( Ihls,.corporatiua.. ..sha.1. L serve. .. ,without. .saUry.. ,. tI. ... .! ,oihestcck-. Hoeg-s'Block
difference .
I, number:{between\ 1il'JudidJ i .. CliCult-J. H. OO. \; (Mdii. P PkUGER, TRAINS 'U ST'(DAILY FROM I .'" ;:.t: }} >f ., h olderg a. .. I Bay St..

i wale ,antI female insects is hot artat. fl .". ,".'., ,..T. il 'IOR.l''mp''f: if TAlXAHAbbEF.: FOR SAVANNAH i .. -A '' :3h..design, fthcj, Florida Savings ,Bank. U to afford to th. who PRce! irou of waving thttf money M JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.!
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7th, .J cU1L71. ; ; EIot.r..1. ., 4 ANt 1 1Lc '1u:7'u TT -ij -< i M'l' ll!< mein of sa ely mpl I It of b 1
; The intended -,.' .. I' jAcKoNV&LLL )ing at a good rate interest,to : *vested.under the direction of well-known citizens,
cocoons for f ggs should 4 4 .4 'DIAr.o. DS..'-PEARLS.! !lAND PRE4 : ,\ Al'i; HOME in home securities well-known value instead or running lk.oCIGI it by entrusting it In 3 I I COMFOVKDIKO
.. veCbai ec':.. ... 680 Psscavpyoa A
1 be "* Dtiv.\ : a m foreign Corporations to be far off cities UTY. f
to for Investment.
striped ot their flo' )s' >r loose jitk, co'th"1'Y. .. ;; (. uiD4,.__ _.______..__ S.to. .. .(.1'-I\1S. STONES SET. IN. "I;(..TbeoEoeTs sent of this shall consist of President Vice .
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4 : '" .11'i coi poratkm a i Treskient and Treasurer nd .
; 'Fl E\COLD.
which rrinP-W. A. }4pi .,"N.: la.llWuce__....___'. .
consists of the ii :)p K Board of three
a Director
or be .
more chosen
,Joosl1d regular to. .anuuallycommencing November and .hold officeuntil .
} 1875, If
( l lork.tCo'1"1' U'I'A1f1U1T. :: A101U-I .; I'__._..'.--H_. H': : : ; '" '., :," I :L th&uecessbrIsr.edWyhoscnt. '-* --- '
fibers by which the worm attar.h.es ,I.M fl-i,i8&rHU.DOKEK.! 'JIniijur Madison ..:_ ?._._.L_.. 7:10Uv MsrriNCS_ K.EAR.N S ::
.. ; "iiiil ; .. n.u.a'IniJiu ,' .! Kegular meetings itbq corporation.tat the. electIoio1cer nd other busiaess,shall be held
its cocoon to firm -i i.teuit.r.f' \ c:11O\ t'LL.C.'UI CUk- -. _"4IO a'm m>d 9:10, .' *'.. 4. .tit > 4 annually, commencing November 1;'1875.; -
siMj-.e testing t t-u ictl'-ClfAS: JL St1 lIER8. Lake Cliy_. : n and Let ten, Afomgrams and :
} soa > 11:15 .
.. t -OAKH-H'fm.rtThe! yctdar.hqqss (transaction. of business shall be trim o'clock'alm.'to o'clock m. .FLUID. EXTRACT'BUCHU
t ; plate. The ('O\o.ins should be pluc e
I: net hurdles in.a. thwjJajL-r, ;nxi.in A: 14 oU.l .'r_ I.c.OlLI l'E It R' J .S Lh.Y.1,1\..,. Arrive *t Jcu..nvWc.loS"" M. aoil. t 4:"J i j J .... II. r. if J. artistic .mcmntri .- : :'> Iitros1rL..Dcp.s1ts.wilt.be This entered in the books of the corporation and also in"a book to be given to the de- :
positor. book.iD be evidence o/his her when
L about two weeks th? motn will come Sap ,,1.t. '..ct'.t.L'Uc1t.wi'fij..IA. .,.: ."F."ET. ,TRAINS .TO ST.MARKSt; J ; 1 .I. .!"'I" "flv. ;;: ,, Lz., :; irought to the Banks have the payment entered or proper.' Depositors may moneys take out are the withdrawn money themselves, this book, or,must in case be ::
Di-r. h, J. C. M. !
'1 t out and will immediately dropthruugh D.a'b.'t'Oh' lliinmiiu. A. (Tuesdays,,Tbur,duyi and Saturdays.) i .. .. ".',I.t' ) 'IJ,: :r: absence,ill be or pickncss, it will be'paid to their order properly wiUKSMd and 'accompanied by the book. DeposIts -
( ( repaid at bme when called for thereto .
when
any ; a sufficient amusnt in the ,
; \ the meshes and hang snspt-udcd OP, '. '.', .'- .-hn-O..n."'ml. F. H Ki'Kpn, T. 'Leave T'llahii !.ee..._.___..... _-.... 10:15: a'm .Standard. time'by .q hronorne-j ?\ erw e.at the earliest practicable period in toe order in which they may' be called for..treasury. uninvtcd.oth-. .. 3 The known
h I1 only
.ell. C t JT.'Cliii; IT. Si.mme W. O. remedy for
the ,... | Arrive at St Hu\\.%__."...', *to .I rated. I. bT"JIT""lole at the rate of seven and three-tenth per ccnt.cw two cents per day on |io>) will be paid .
under side. The ;nuiili always I J CI ft E. 'iu..t.lfI.'t| .M1. L w'th.t.. .4hei Leave bt Marks_.._..._._,., 12:55 P m .1,:.. \ '*.Jerl.t..1. Of.trans1t ;u.; -1.1'. .nnually/upoa ;all. .whi leaves t. : t'-.1. U. )bltJ. ; W "iln. II.Or nifr, Arrive at Tallahassee1 ___.:___ .0LJctvattons. 110 the principal of the Uepositnr.". : '
the in I ':.0' ::3
cocoon tilefi enoo and Jo.. U. i Cr AV J.W 4 I .. .... i ::
uikifC. Yo..'Any. cOUlli 'which nothing shall be BRIGHPS DISEASE
added whch
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generally before the y. ROBERT WALl E R'. uncall d *" i.
f>tm 13.two hours : ;; :; for lor ,ven yean thai} cease to bear interest.... > : .' .J.rtol
( 0. mn..tl.-e-Yllf'f' : "-
.;, : ( high. As soon as the mate'-fuids-the II C..r U II r s Elts. .IMoerE.'Futtune, KcctiYcrand Gc.'L tiupa.: 4 '' 'ACCOUNTS TAVABLB TO Huns.--Ir.persons die who own.money In..this Savings Bank, the money. ,will be "
Hg. K. 4nn >< H. Li MAGEE, Ast't Supt.! S-. : G.1fTi. rLsuATD DOIZL.AIID paid to|)ieir I legal representatives.-: .? .,. ; J '"" ; <> u And a positive remedy fcf! .
Ju 'l rdc W
IrHt
female they will beouine.united. TJ) ii ol W. Swmponn, W. A. COURVOISIERL WATCH. BAKK BOOKS AuhoUgh the officers will. endeavor, by all possible means to p'revcnt frauds 'aK ,
yet :
.. pay .t'! .
eyfchould iI"&Ihm..r4'I l C Town">td, Henrvi! Tison. Ja ni* sells boots .. ,' J; : ; .;'
and ch apCt. 1 the shall be
shoes ments *
Ducky valid .
; perrons producing bank-books
payments to discharge corporation..
be jIlJ Wi }T. P i hhip.lt.4.il.. WI.. GOUT/.GRAVEL
carefuHytaken.l, the wingH .ftn ; M.ilip. '11 CHILDREN'S ENDOWMIKT ,
Parents of
or guardians minor children
tot
\ money'as trustees tnexaitfit .STRICTURES
c..u. A O.idoii J.'F. .,, ". 4 : : Buy deposit
I Buei"nn'\\ii. ItollUis J. .; ; .. .i J..t cf luch:minors until become of ,
in pairs and I4ae(1uIJIUSheetol1)a.. ... : they age, Interest open which may be wihdrawn annually or added,to
.
l W. w" &id.- .. T. CO.'H: RAILROAD. he prindpaL > 4 DIABETES. DYSPEPSIA
per tml allowed to till p'1,*-)1'1. Cha F fm'th.lnj A'IG.&tW..I.. --, .- SPYCIAL ENDiwMVcf PU eposlts In-tVt: .4 ,
remain Fonda
near tK ti>io( Luinbi-r-ll.' V. Moody;R.V.Oonf, .'; 4. Svnga Bank anueeing to $1Q durlpg each yeas for a NERVOUS iDEBILITY .
I I J night when the lemale will be S.I l'r'O' .Jr.1: FROM IVKRV, SALE AND FEED'STAIlLEi* .term often year will secure the dqIositOl a ula.pa'lI\c:1tt cJ$rp at tile end of he term. cr proportionately 3 4 '
anxious on smaller orlarger annual deposits. ID case of inability to complete the ka.annual paJ lCDts. the depositor DROPSY, ,
C n-ubl.f-O.,11. 3iI.i. 8..WlIiUD. J. Smith..
r i to lay her Then FERNANDINA 10 CEDAR KEYS. can withdraw the amounts already paid In, ving three mon.ru' notice
gs. fake each I J. Foi upon g together with the accrued interest
lea, J Lane,J U C
n
<* ,
,I owu j t !: --'I I;, thereon., This plan unlike ordinary life insurance,secures the depm>Itor aguiasr fcwftitnre of pre vioua payments NON-RETENTION. OR
quietly by the wings and separate ". .. GOING SOU H. c.olHG MOSTH. and offcr'a safe*nd easy method of providing a handsnme endowment for tl. e future of parents,children, friend URINE INCONTINENCE 0?
2 them, pacingthetenaks! : at regular; CITY OF' T irKSONVILtE. I"" 4 4 ;. I 'lA wJ. ,' Arrive.na. or the t'epositur individually JS1
11\\ 1r'J -r"T1 r..rONES. . r ft'IIand ..* ,...,-.,.......-... 5:30am: : p m a certificate for dau l, tin amount tfittc dtfotittl:payable in ten yean in favor of any person designated ULCERAIION- OF .THE,
,7:35 '
distances: of afuut0 imJicS 'from I 4 I.frt1Thfl11.. v TUKinmVE.'W nFNNY' A. i,. Cal.a.hatl. _.'._ _'-_.;.'__ 7:35 '*' 5121:: Lo* .'AlI'lIIOneJ' received on deposit shall be invented in first mortgages tin real and personal. property in

.r r each other uj on sheets of or UI'I'II L. W WI t.DOCG$ Itt.Y '.. DOS?. B aldwin{ .',..-;-. 9lAar, ..3.50Ie' this State of at least double the value or in other ample collateral tecundesj : .' .' BLADDER
paper :: I \ ,REAL ESTATE. This AND
; WI K i. I PLf-MiNO. JACOB iirJFF j,. ------9:3Ole: * A. J J
'linen cloth. 'These slieeis 'of pajxr l1.r\l1.EY.-. UUHUARIJ.M..J ....--_..___ : 1:18 j and management of estates and property generally, r ,' '. \' :
"
: tOKttLVE' Cainesvillc.__.___.__ 1:50 11:10 JAMES If./PAINE. 'SAM-L'SPEARING .
.
cloth
t or 'should be line : JONATHAN 'GREELEV. .
'j iiung over a or Clerk I -W H .!Hi.:FYl": Archcr;..:_....._. 3:10pm 9:491: 4 .. ; Presidenu : '. Vi"!'Rsldent; TreasurerSeaside SPER M"ATORRIICEA,
tackeil to the Miles of the' room so that TrfiwiirrHA" miMKNBKBO.. Hrousun-___._ 3:55: 9:04am sale 4
villa sites for on Fort George- Island. .The:finest breexes
sea bathing'cool sea magnificent
._
Cedar _. ._...
: 1 the moth Mill rest 'UJ or a pcrpendicli'* *Mu iMir-C. li. "I M M ON S. .' Keys- .i 6:30: 6:30 The best and most stylish"tiVerjr'teams' i in the city drives/over fifteen mites in rxtent i'& avenues of palmetto cedar oak.magnolia. myne.! &c.r&c.. Lencorrhoea or-Whita, Diseases of the Prostrate
,/ ,' C ''t.onr-I'U.LlI'\\-ITI"Il... ,CONNECTIONS. an boo found at the Slalsle'fthe..ndcr.dg the Call and see the photographic views at the Florida Savings. Bank and Real Eute Exchange Ocean street. Gland btone rita :.Colcnlus
r Jar surface. In two or three nights (1 cit )"rk'N DllWrI At FERNAr\DIoA, w th Steamer City Point\ from Florida Home corner ot Cedar and Funyth Streets. State county and city scrip bought and sold at the FLORIDA SAVINGS .NK; dust Deposit and Mucus or Gravel or Brick
Discharge .
City rit/Mciiti-- .r : !' 7.S-iLt(. Milky, *
boarded
: the moths will\ finish 13) ing, when I Charleston and Savannah,Mondays at 4 a. m.? steamer Horses and'well cared for'on reasonable .4 OccaI1.* pcr Forsyth. .
Dictator, from Charleston and Savannah 1 hursJay M terms.. fn i n. .. . ) ,-
,
-i iJiey: should be removed from the paper MASONIC.Rolotnon 4 a. m. With steamer Lizzie Baker from Savannah, Strong team for nauling purposes'always; on hand.. '

or cloth. The males : Brunswick and St. Mary'a. Mondays. at. .6 ....Ior. : 4 4 '
iJ-JcoS'o.SO-JI. :
may appear Dows. W.Jl.; thoM: putnts'on\ Fridays at 8 m. WH'AVERY; : ; : KEARNEY'SEXTRACT
:l At first in Eili.T 'ec : II Jv4i3 n,TrfaJl gular ChU'j BALDWIN a. Jac&sonviIle4Fla11tay3o9am. ., .. tf A. 3 .3. .
greater numbers than the nitd td! W I.e At ,' ith J x if, & Ms R. R; from f ckandrildays. 1. f 'TOBACCO -" 1' 3
IR ; 0 d.yo'of e-uh mootbD'if
tt, females. Should they do RO, the aI l l.rfl;.. >I\ _K \\>fg a e.',W. M.; B.n.I I Kll/ville fJAINU\'ILLE.at 4o7p.: m. : (Jad.lOnville wiLlI. ,-. at. 9:02 a line in.4At .rot ; '.,'.1'. \\1' BUCHU
stage :
: males should be i WeIII''r.! P.4 S' D Joue, TM-T. Regular'meetli.g* 'ramDa: with JI pgc Hne.. for bewlWI'iIe. ..: Tuesdays OR ST. AJctISTI.L ,l'i ; .,
.t preserved by keeping;: 1.1 34 WWIHjiiol OMth miM'th. T : .' .II' ,; -rHr : =:;. : .., .

'.II thpm in a dark room until'the females I M J I:..U..>,'tr fj>ilU-CI il lio8..tD' rNi> 12 E-J..V.M> -. Driqrs At CEDAR KEYS with teamen to and from New I ,7 . i :;;: ; :': : :, Permanently cores all Diseases of the _
i>( sOuard. li.gT T.RE SCHOONER'Magnolia -
Orleans baturda \\I h from :1. Pi'FES AflI .
have every > steamers Key :
come out from the cocoon. The (' r nmiln.itiiJ.. !. ) of wv.rli nvinth. West and Tampa. Fridays; from these places ,Thurs .J .. '' .. SNUFF : BLADDER'KIDNEYS. 'AND
i tali. N O tnmmid-r JJo 2-J. $. DROPS
1' *
Drlire*, -E. ,
females
are the and seldom days With'Steamer Coot;from Tam ".Sundays i for l
largest cJ: jJ..C: I>ji -I.., lieonrder. Id-gular. meetingin Tampi.. Monda'S, Wiiibteajncr| ; W"cPIJckliuw} It =:' ,. I : ... .CAL SWELLINGS. _' 4 '
.
.r move or flutter. 1 2 ,. Auwannee Fridays; forSuwanme.Tue day". .
; '
.t. WHOLESALE
-VITEOYYICERS. :D. E. MAXWELL. i' i"' -AT BY Exiting in men,wonenai4 ehildr;
I KILLING THE CHRVSOLIDnS. .. i u. .Will make regular trips : I .
: O.and. .Ia..r-A J.Ilii Hl-Ja'V.BTll. '- 5-13, ,. Superintendent.. 'between' & '

I d d1 After the cocoons have been.gath-I Or. Or-ii'1 nd I>-i.'y W'r',lpn.tl81.r-1-K. P Jord.tn.<* Wiiw-n; Frrnnrirt'iia.T''hauee."r. : I. -, tEL_: ."' St.'Augustine Jacksonville i '. I Lr: :B K: ssr i.:& 'H T" /. &. xb; NO., MATTER WHAT THE. AGE!

(I. ) ered, those that are intended'for,; (sale Jr. OrniMt WrfM-ti-fc.. ) &ItIRIe.1a k-onvil e. BROCK'S LtNE.r._ '.5' .4 *.. -., Fre'ghis at low ratrs. I : ./ -
.
Or..iKt Tr D I/O. ." 'For- freight) fcr passage :' '1 I. ,
'ulvr-- klry. il.'Dtio Ho.Oroud
I I and luturc reeling must be submitted% I, ti'.I," "criiar,-U O .lJ..wkn";-JjtlionfiI1e.Olmj'l' i or '' 'apply t ; WILLSON. '&'WHif t.LOCK. .. ":BAY STREETS: between LauraIo/ :' "' : : 3 Fret Steel says : "One bottle; of KearnyV'J1u 4
to Or.nd li' K. J p. '. extract .Buchu i is wonb more' than all.
some process by which the moths' '< v RIVER Fla.
STEAMERS.SUMMER Jacksonville. combinedPrice / '
3
Ur.tltq 1IrbIM'id" J > '. Ja.thntttr. .
t np .
.
will be killed otherwise ii ; ..' ,
will .
!
they perforate J)."ThIOT I-KlUiT 0D MASTERS.t C" Or to ,JAMES CO S. r
and spoil the coc'ijon. The i iiifricl' -U. O. .Ajd man. 114rll.ul. S.tf St. Augustle I Fla. 'I Jacksonville, Florida. .. '. .; Collars.One'.' Dollar per Bottle.' .or SU Bottles'.(fur'Fi
HI -l v ,- .
.
:2 U _. -.ktt' . 4 4-2bW3111 7 :
.CI\.t1abaoclee.
': ; SC/fED ULE. .' '" 1 4 .
rnost and .
kimplc convenient method I I 31 I U. D Tt.irLiTeOik.tti ., 4. I '' .
<\ -&: : : "DEPOT. '
i is 4t J.8 11I1, 4A DIMNEST.. JTEW-YORK.
i to spread them thinly' on boardsand g."I..h.u'lnf'. N and after MUNDA ..APRIL7th. the team- : COFFINS:AND UNDERTAKERSM ". OJ..: "! r""I' '
W .. -4 .
5I II" II. LoiKO-al O : : 1. i '. ; .'J''r : .
\ expose them to the direct rays ot I th" Z. II, .Ol. Ornve Spring. cr2 of this line will-leave Shipyard Wharf daily .Ti. I :' .J.t.) :; I ,. .TH"'E: .: ; ,: .1f1:.: ; A Physician in attendance. to answer correspondcoc
-
(Siv-.days o'clock :
(
.
ezcvptc.s.at8 : u.. .r .. .
1.b" }'r..nk ltri.tclk aDd give advice ; .
I !
the In .mV" gratis.- 344sgiD
sun. a hot of them j E T AL
',1 day most s TATE OYPICfl' OFOR L 1 GBURIAL PUBLIC: are.informed that I' havi jusl'.dded to my stock a great variety of CLOTHING of r
R.
DCIIAPTER A. )
: will be killed in a few hours. They Illuta r"il tt-Wt b>v....jBCK'(nrllir. L. P'ALrATKAaodj : CASES, the.ben manufacture. together,with: a new' supply of FASHIONABLE I'KY GOODS. taleStty1e'Broad'oV2y'SILK STAXT FOB h Ims:&,

.( should be Mired b"l>iity Orabd, lligb IlitM-J.e1. iJHtg*, ,JiCksoDr consequently the HATS.&c.. The entire. line.of goods were purchased at panic prsccs I :
occasionally or AND .
some ,.. a landings and return same day.Through .1. ,
: .t of them will be likelyto; escape and U>iui Kijg-D. O\Mrrmnn. Mxrinnna.timid I. WQOD. COFFIN.S R .vv., : PLACE. -r. v I .. :-(1.: i 3
steamers for : .
p.rnis-D. C. 1\.n\ T.tatm .
: .
.i afterwards' cut the iirgd .J :: 3. d 7 3. :' : ,1 ,.',
through cocoon O Titttauivi-W. A: Vonnv. .r.eLeonYi1I\ : where the best 4 r'j' T UE'
you.can get goods cheapest is at the store .of the undersigned
:
". They are then spread, out thinly on a 01)1 J'EI.LO". __'__ t_. E'NTERPRISEand .' 4 .' 3 4 : : ..' ',; .; '' r.i'''i: .3 4
"
1 F onda t/idge li.' 1-Win. U. (*xb.. W.0. 8. )1'. ,.. .4 4 '1. 1..0. .
floor and allowed ; ;I'"J'; ," ., ;,
to should!
cure I NERVOUS )
they AND'
; I
T'ii ki r. R. IS.. 14i4Ua.S muiiug.tr' Intermediate landings*ill leave as above on Tues DEBILITATED
1 there be also .occasionally, stirred. Itwill I.,."t. days and Saturdays. and, return Wednesday. and Saturday -3' 3 U) meet the wants of this community I have made it an object to 4 3 ; '. ,;-T I' 3
,
'', require several weeks to 'rF.I'BItA1i'S POCIETIEH.I evepiKgslt send t ... : :.. .::. ._ BY.: 1 I.. 3 OF BOTh, ; SEXES. ,
down
thorough 1 Vi t .toll .\O. t-lirnry K'nr, A. P.: OHO bhippcnaierctjucstcd to freght during 3 I 3 '. '. ..
,t I ly, cure them. W Fmrici. E. '. Kevu. at ui"ting, .". rr. T'.ur ; the auernoon. 4 filIi iron' those manufacturers whose goods hate world-wide celebrity .My assortment 01' ,.' NO 3 .
"II) i t.. ..( U oct T.IIII'B| | Jiml lltx g'. Llotk.Jituku t-a6 .Ii BROCK. A enL.Fouayu..h CHARGE. FOR 'ADVICE AND 'CONSULi -

DISEASE OF TilE SILK WORM. *.tl je L.4141. ol UiMxl Te>nuJ"ra "i.. I-ll.Jr". 4 O.JAl.L! ; SIZESiANDQUALltiES..LADIES' : ; /1. ,- C ,LOT, H IN G ,; -u: ; 3' .. i TAT10N. ,
'Wlird. W.J.. T.i n. A. J,in-Jngr. W. R 8. M"it ev- > ''
The silk worm, like all other ani!, .3 vyi-uDfodK-. rvi iiing, m Hoe '. II ill.("!d fljo. ). ladles' hats ask Bucky. AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES., 1T..4., no equal In this City, and I intend to sell at such rates that n y store ',".-< : ,"* .

.. .- l;.. '- '... :. 1 ".O. r" < iH.liick o-M ) EMBALMING; DONE'WHEN .. IS. l". J. BDYOTT, graduate of JeSenon Medica
:, mals J>r Jnsects, isjiar]ctp .ijisea.sejjr -K U. ". bi.fr W. U T.. C. M Jori, "'118. OR OCALA' REQUIRED. of trade. Visitors in want cf TRUNKS will; find a 'new and excellent supply College Philadelphia igihor of several valuable works
premature death. In our M'rtT ,y iVr&iDK Mt Orove U> 1, Ileal' thu thell F ALSO, 'i' 3 "- 4 4 AT i .4.-, can be consulted on all diseases of the Sexual a, Urinary -
congenialclimate
Null IL14e. MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED K' &hatle' 4 rgans (which be has mode an especial wu&i j)
nothing is wanting to insure i nR? r.nnlK3tT.. : GREAT,,SOUTHERN BAZAR. every size and price.. Rember, store c;ith*,in male or female,no matte from what cause or-
healthy Ol.ie% Eng'notr me *U--'<'1. AND OTHER. .. ,, SLA TE. MAN.TELS.-. : .. .at 4 glnaCog or of how long staadiag. -A practice of 30
worms and a profitable return ..151 iUCiCk.MI enables hem
lt8..I.U-J0fI'Iotl years to treat diseases with success Cures
''Ii I from their labor but Iu give them MJficicnt !. t .tu Kirf Ki.g.ue Alvutmi.i '_Thot J. Mott Fore- PLACES ON THE OCKLAWAHA RIVER 4 SLATE HEARTHS, &c., :: .,1 .. :. : .B".U GiKY'S1GREAT ; g;iuirameed .Charges reasonable.; Those at a distance
III"". MANUFACTURED TO can-fc>rwardlett>!r describing, and
( room a and full & j. ,. ,.. 1 ORDER s mptoms enclosing
regular siij>- c. t m Fire Enilm-\Vill.tn n81", ply of suitable strict A..rt; Hu .NO 1-O U. VHII-II r.ntf K.rm.n. AND ADJACENT COUNTRY.. AND FOR SALE.BY ... S 'SOUTHF.RN iE 'z'AR'. BAY STREET JACKS'I1NVILLE.' FLA., you'can find ,
food; a rl"gMdJII lIia llvw Xul C-A. i. "t : :; ', ; 14 'I I I I' _' . .. ..
FIJI> : Hue 1. Futtmin.r Lvu9 OAK all kind bf loads cheap Jot cash.4 r : ,: .- 'l.JD .'. I Price toe"
V 4 cleanliness proper ventilation of & Au.. li\.u. Iiw .fU1' ImJ-Ji-r Co.-?. A. Wilton, if j"-- I-V| '4-4t. ,. BUCKySAVE :
l'on/U.Il. ; ,- Forsyth street, etween Laura andHogani,'' .j : f. I.. _-. ".' .L.. .. -, ;. .3ct .,., ';-. .: -.' -. '

I apartments, and a proper regulation I '} \?;X8. ,-. '. THE. ...1 ; v i. twjft-io* !' Jacksonville,Florida. .. .. ,. B *.' DYOTT fPhyiicLan ,, M.. i.t .3 4
: ..., .' '
r of light. .dm'b'"'f"vriii'! .1HI. .rorrifrcf Fine and .H. e;; ; ," "
''Fol.'h"I.. .. W. $.,dth 3B and Surgeon, 104 Duan.Si Nn .
; &h.er. ; 9 ,
OCKLA AH14 A'L ; !
Joseph McMahqn, in a'J letter. from ). O ""b..r'.lh"ldD liuuie bay street, T. II. STEAMER E T i c AVE : f n V{; TfEi';j ,1)' 'i'rZ4ZECOMFORTJ, 3 ,. ,
.
JoI"*". c. .hii-r iv'- '',. I. ,.', .' +. .* t.l. .. I'
Ohio, says f 'To sum lip the ,whole K; V. tauuf Ii uk'njf Iloote Diy ctrce ,! 4' / Ca v. A. SHAW. :,4Usic i
have good, well kept eggs, give them f.tf Ooe O. "corner I' '4.. .1.1. UR' I A .Z 4 S I f' It ; /. :: . ',1' HAS: CHARMS I:

'IIOTEI8. WILL LEAVE JACKSONVILLE, .' : .: .!I : ivJ. : r ;:; c :'
of An ',_ .: "
plenty room. ounce of eggs O and -a t1'''l, :y '. .': Ftjir lulls,Oeo. Mo .FW9P.$? 1\ : .1. : 3 .
I Gtla l'ru rittlor.I.troJlOl .:: : ; >.. ...: 3j
when the worM 3rl'fun grown, should It' EVEUY THURSDAY MORNING i : : : ; : : ) "
t.11. etanptreet neu B, II. R -
j3. R ..
.
.
< PORF9YAL 4 "" ; t..1i. .,
have 11"0 f1" "
twentJ. \'e frames thre by fourfeet 1"1" .1. F''OJlrle'"r.) ,f : .. r-i t
(ijiv.n. It OU..-. ()>..n etreit, near Bay Mr'. 0. L' AT 8 ()'cLQcI:ae. ,; PRJCEjREDU&EA1! ;
feed
.I. to and wind upon. It I is Bullhlj".'' t'rv\JfM"' ., '. 4 : 1, ,. ,.. '1' ... ., /. ". j-- i"

essential to keep them clean. 'Ecei i W.tt-K SlockwcU. ii llonir,, ctmier iL.iaier.FEDKBL Faifjth. ani Cedar .trt U, CEO.,R. .FOSTER !&ell,, 4 4 4 4 _.--A' 4 .: 'I"'u" : : ;-r' :r ,; ;:%.111<'-" .iT'. I .

in an open building ; close it only "adIQllpI'c.FI""IJ"? .. Dtctmterit: ''il7.; AND' 3 3.. 1. ; i.i 4 L.. 1" ; 3SI 4 : ..1 ;T. L-L :f'1v' : 1 'J'

when it is'wnrly.. Cultivate 'ourtrees OFFICEES. : : 4 NOTICE: T.O TRAvEIJs.; THE 'BEST IN ;'THE AVQRLJD.1

'. well ; if they" are not thrifty, the, C b.pi4.oI.etorofCid..xii.-.T.AZ4) Coli.-', r-C. W. JU,8O.Tr t V.l' . fCARD.._ .4.. 'C;! A: I .:S'., K: E. TYS', .. .. ,"r'o/. ,, ;,; i .'. Il, .. .'. h ", 4 3 ,.1' ,. ..... n.; .. .'.. f 4 3S

worms will not be. thrifty. .Yfljo [8xlor tCu.t-iHii>- llIO"lS8. ROSS. AIARBLE-FRO'NT BLOCK, NEARLY. .4. 3 ti.tt. ;
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tv .4
J'o.tm..i r-:.X. M CIIEXJ1Y. FL .n.iOPr-OSITE; OLD STAN/' '.'' ''! r : 'f .. 4: Hi' ; -. ; ;; ; t.' .
leaves will not do. Feed the JAcIcs5nLLN. March 311 71' "
worms C..I.| 101 ." i.C.t'.._ ; :
: all they will! eat from the start. I feed 8.,0r-O..rI-J.W cor. ,! GILBfRf.\ .A.C\10IIr. THE SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE' COMPANY : ,r" 1' 'Bay' Street; Jacksonville; Fla. Al ; ::%: WILL" X' 'S'T'\/ :LjfFp-T'i'ME;
i : inaJ& .
U aOur..TEiS Passengers : 'Glbge':: OoflneottoCI : .'. '. .
the leaves .JcdLLAY. ( : ... I." i .1; 'I" ':; : E."WASGATE 't.. ;;; I .t "II ; :

vet or dry as .they. con e, tT..8.cUIrcot-.ar; ",will In. a few" ..!ajppoint.l' a. Slate,. Agent.' ilr _...._I; ,.3 l, : jill f :. f : "'" >
It is better have J I. '" ".
to them leave some uagFfl1UP1 b1IC.; 0 "" "n 3 ot 1).r.1 o-vt-U: I tt t f 3 -
'
Audi I.J.. D. t'f lkJ.W. '. Florida. In the meantime I will conduct iu> manage CENTRAL- 1dl' 'dtii rL44If: v" 4 3 '..I ,"f : '. .3 sL.h,',"-t'I .4 f.. 2. .i..i 4 ,
than not have enough.- < Have good ..r.h..1Jo.. OJ' A Ir.. THE SALESROOMS I 4 j' ..1 Jj' la14l,1OCU; ..Y .M '

place.for them to wind u-rk-J. K. K.1'OWSe..E.. m ent. ;i" > I -L l ; ,, ( ',,-- i 4 3 ''.'l : ; 4 5" o'o. 0
inV'1nd.iql e U..e;. Reffisvriu 3i.ruptey..P.. TRASL, ; ;. ;SAVANNAH. ;:&;t.CHARLETONr; JP- ;: 3"1 h.-"a _1 ..oJ5'fI
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weather warm, they \ i1ei I :- / i-/ I y..ll I 4 communications'directed. to mecarcofHinry. A' \' AUCTION"AND GENERAL COMMISSION r ; .ft :':it t. 1 t. !,. I : 1' 4 : .r ; : '; -4> ( .

i part. If any are diseased-'pick them '..-, ,"MISCELLANEOUS.- : L'Engle-;-.Secretary l, 1.' Jacksonville, : : 'I ,,Branch.i I',' wiL. .; .4, ', ... ,- ; HOUSE.u ,,/ .' J .. : ;,: ? ,>:,:OJ". ;. .!!'" .'; ... i. ,-.,, .<; '-\Np.': 4 4 '.. : <;.;: '"". .It 4 I .'.OF' THE. CW.KBRATE* ) ,. ". ). t- "

A off. I: am, frequently asked ;, Is, i ir it .receive due aUC llol1.' Bay Street near Laura n > ..-. .. ..,. I, .. Iii" ITIM..I 'lii'I'{! ."-'J;; U i J' r' .. ,L "-k.' Z f .,- "nr% 41. H.) I -I, ) Bt [i1.t :- .' ; '4 'I
profitable ? My answer is, it will pay i L JACKSONyiLLE. FL SHONINGER 'ORGANS
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t as well as any other fanf operatjon.: A': N. D01JBINS, J' H.'CILLER' : ; ,. ..PUB.1. .'SALE'every> 11RD V,;.' 6 7- wtr "PO..R"T?: ROYAL. RAILROAD. < 3 '. 4 ', : m '>-("7rv .
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k The following extract from".1-very\ :4itf.1.'i\ i \ Gent Supt. of Agencies L '). : 'IND'AIL-Ytt1'SE: <'1 4

i carefully written article upon Silk I CU S lITH;'LQCXSilITJf.I I ." A.. BUESING,:, 4 3. .3,:: for: 'A g1 t, .AtIant,:
Culture in California is of /" N.AN. OATS. St. Louis, Chicago, and all! points North, South; East. and. West; 3 3 "
.interest .
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GENERALJOBBER 3 calls tbe'sttefltion of 'II. Ii U If.-
.v. '0. Respectfully tne citiiens and merchants ..: : 4 :
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especially as showing the manner i in j 4 4 4. tot e BEAUTIFUL SOAP he manufactures 4 : :' : : I. .
received stock and 3 ; .
Just a large prime con .
eats The bes musical talent of the cousizy recommend
It Is th 'best ''
which the. worm i is allowed to place r Cornel; Bay and Jlocan.S *, ;.: ... ;At W. H. LUCAS' NEW STORE. Washing Barber'and-Toilet SoaP' eYer 'pr. I i. .
Laura de. This Soap is putup .in boxes.contain 80 i Ibs ,,, :TRA'IN iinfAYES' AT M.SPASSENGJERS these Organs.' The hicot.and best .*)1- for
Bay Street mad .
yournoneyyand
its cocoon; the ganger to. be appre JACKSONVILLE, 'TLORIfl. .,.. ,. near r 90bars. ; -. 4 4. J 9:3Cr'/\: .,3 .

( bended from Orders. should, be.addressed' to 't it. t. ; : .: .. ,:. : .. : .. gives beuer'satfcfacUoB, tnaa aay other
:ants-and the method of f I "; : REMBRANT PICTURES at' WOOD & BICK: "A: Jlt1JSt -BJxllf.. t !' : J : ; .1 .. /t" ';' f .

: cultivating the mulberry in Hindos- : &V'II I"6d' 7 :.'. T.k.VI11., 5h.- 4 IIOLDING.t'tICKET& :IBY., '. UER inrEs PAN'GBT.THEM: now.mad: They comprise the 3
SEJVING'MAt'HINES CLEANED AND : 3 3- 3. .. 7 F' -" t ,
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I '.3 3 4 4 3 : s'EXCUANGED tberebjavoidiug in SaynalAT) :
tan. The writer.says ;' .'During C REPAIRED. .3 3 t'j I 't. i'J: ( ; ,, "r \.
: : J.Grands
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: 1 ESTABLISHED'IN' 1868. Eureka,, Concerto, .
five years of experiments with the ___ /I,' r.:- .' ,Ii .1.f1 : ; : : 'I\ 3 ,"J'" '4-" '' '
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silk worm in California oiIcE'J '
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ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY :.T / .j ; : '..' ; : ,_ ,1, / : : -- L ": .. .
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man engaged states that he has A1TENUED : > -
TO. .. .-. A.;.: i ._ .: P'E' RC l,. ,'!A' 'M-,tl.1J..lerI. .'' r .,-. ii .B .ni-i.:: I'4 2'1 RULil STREET 'S AVA'NKAH; GAi'' '.' .i 1 ;). '; .:', :lHustraied mail postpaid
never discovered a diseased t worm except J. :'.t :; ) ;-.- .. .4. ( i . Catalogues:.senl by to say
t.) In.IJ'o "*, rvr; i < if, I'. .'. .
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from.scci4eptal. wound prbeing; !1..t -; < -,- ; 4 144 I 3' .3 $ tsLuponapp4icadont& ;> :>- ,,,.A t.i ,
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, : ;. .. 'SUcr.E5s0R'TO' >0 : i.il, ( ,, r\1 ; ; I : )L3 ; I I' : : : !. 1 .', I
bitten by ants, neither! which dangers V _J : : J. H.. CROWELU > : .r/t. h'i j'sTBIOTLirBBLIABLE INFQRMATl6N..FDItiuSHED' 11"";"' : 'V.':' /
SotbtzIock.L.KEENE I 4 4. : 4 ; 'BlsHONiNCER <:oi"X !
are serious when # 'r .' I' :.;e' :- ,: ,1. lt; .r.iW.I" ll 1 ; .
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proper caution. r X 'J ) i- -
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,, is exercised in placing the legs of the : -' I 3 4 ," ', "i.t: .U.7. H'tH J .'1 : i 4 ; .on B. '
'j. New Havefl Conn.THE .
FAFERS L ;
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I table on which. the worms arc'fedjn I ; ,1 (' 11 .
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-' vessels containing water, ,thereby preventing ,8AY.t'&lJr. csornu.z. FLOUD". _. .' '. 1 t ," .1 ,. lj3L;; Ii If.. ,',: a {".iI I .from" the'following'cities 'fi1e'ev.ry 3ay >:FREE.,TO:.EVERYBODY:' Boston, OCEAN,.HOirsEs'. :,[ .

the ants from gaining access to Dealer in Mill'nery, Fancy and Dress Goods of all J ? { T- '':New ,York! Philadelphia,,!BaltiJaorp. San Franeisco.Chicago, '1 < +

t them The worms in the cocoonery, kinds,' Keeps constantly on hand the latest styles- of 9"E.. '.. .. \. .'".. I I '" I ,'" .' .ft, ,/t'.," ..1':., uu: -.-,: I.J'>e '" "-i St.LouliCincinnati.aud.. 4 i ... 4 ". many others.jiiT i 3." JACKSONVILLE": J.W FLAj'-j' '

,,4 are fed by.cutfing the small branches "1IAT$ AND 'tRIMMINGS.Al&o. k :. p1. 3-. 3 '
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/ ,I of the mulberry tree from one jo two .DRIll Coods f V fine aisortniejrt f1 / H( r .-." I. .. ,:I: dU', tu!;1- .c. ,.y-:( .;'t.t it/I r t\\ tjrf'flT1! '-: ;i.' J.: L, irt!? d J." :." ." 1' i. :It ;:.. ', .; '. 1'4. ''. ceutr; j'.located.. and.first-class- .i in I'itr appointments.tn ( VJ' < .

feet in length' and laying them,on the 4 : : I .'.., J'I" .. . ... ... . ....1 ; tjie'guminer'onH 'J 414,
KID CLOVES>. "; : : 'I'i' !,. t', .' .t "'f'. I.f 1' ; '" I '-4I I "i i 11"[ {U .' remain.open during .
table in the form 'of( a triangle .this ..' I ; ,;, 'J}. :f"I': .4IdA..pIUSSEY.. ". ". 1 JNo...W ."01J11O'fT. 3 .4 4., :hl;, ivti'l.I
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,Ii : .1. .4)\ \ '- 3 r. 1 '' '
being done twice each 1 .. ". I, ; !)1ll Jl ,,(.'} .rI"l. B4 ', .1',1': .f 1 th.u.l ; .. ,'t 'i',. .TF f :. .1 :' '.:. .
layers forming quite a pyramid WHITE GOODS. *. ,-" ;); ,.),-,. ". : : I :, 'PER DAY ar'lid"PER.VEEK,1 4
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its before moultings the w and/rm is has ready accomplished to spin! Harcjat received kJSot lot f "'J V." 'U' > BOO.TS! :, SHOES, JiEAlflgRg 4 ,.: .: ::::H:: : {iX;; I ;I ; ijQ W EJ Jt. 3 ,'r Very-reasonable'J .,'/. .'.arrangements.' "j '" made" ..,frith.ftt permanent, .; '

dNENS 3 .4.'I J '.n' t. '
!( its HATS. GRENADINES,: TRENCH. '.J.f' : 4 J f : boardery ,131.
cocoon, which it '.is' permitted) to : ,. *

,do among the file of dried sticks fron \ AND JAPANESE'r } f'/CHALLItS, .r..T;; AND FINDINGS ; ; :'n ji 'rR.p\'t'J1 .. : { : '. 3 ... .1)) i !,bMRs CCEiBUFFINCTONlf .
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That win be tol4 ;; : : 'H' .. .
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Iuced Hid
at treatlr 0"Em'S' ,4 .r
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which it has striped the foliage. On) 4. .. "b :)tt.j 4 ;,, w.; '1.. ?! ?' .. : '.! \ .,. ; ; ,' : Jacks4ifleMayi3'a874: ..
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moist lands the mulberry could 1 be N. MARR; ; > / i.i'ittJa :n 1 ;, 1 11. '4 I I ; ; 1 4
A. .,. .,, ONTANTIY'b74 H. OP''i ; ;; L; .' Percale sflrts.u'Dke at Bocity".
r' f Ir.&. 1 1'"l1."I..I .rlt''A:H:RJ.'E'T"1T j INGSl'h: 3 JO. 4. 3 -.3. .'.. 'I.-, l'. to t31fI > _, .
planted as a stool, from two to.five fee SOUCITO. OF PATENTS,' ,..:' < *4 *.'/j"! ... wf r:' v- ., -.1 V.I'H U"1"I.% :1111.1 o I 111 lt', ; : ; : 1 : ._ :.. .I: 'h: "d :.

apart each way, and cut down as wanted D. SELECTED STOCK //11: 'i ,., ; 4i ... ... PRACTICE AND'
Sib W. Washington ALAqENDVELL .4. .
IJIi strcet.W.. C.Pa ; 4 .I ; 17 .: 4f4 t RULES'OF .
as is the case in Htndostan. ", I ; 'l' : kn ( :
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'procured for Dollars'' complete'-fassortnient'ofNew I York .
tent( Fifty KA patent, BOpay ESPECIALLY ADAPTED 'AND' COUNTR'Y'ilEtAIL'1' Philadelphia.fineGoods'ahvayS' 3
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Write for Informadoa. : OffliCt
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j. ,' 3 i'D t? .*KX"T 111 'JtAuii P :> ii- )l V 1 bn'riarid" = 4 'J' : ;' .1'": !1' .
: Twenty-five Galling guns were tested ;t- II' 1 : : .' j.1\ : ;', A r I : 01 ;t.i ju : ? : I. printed ismalt edirion use ItUISS et VescucSdId0P

at:Colt's factory, at Hartford, rexrentlyby k I; tJmbretlat and paratols to be had at Ducky's.. 44 tltfM rrIuj-k 14It "f-d l/h AiI e.fj'"Sole agents in'1"'jacksbrivUlfe' for' n1licl: Dunb rl&: :Co.'s b7 th*-Sbatem the Cod..Court X>f Proceedure.'together witk n4 the the,act full ot WrtOf i rtrepealinit ,
And by strict attention to business .nd the wants of th endeavor merit. hare thejr .
I ,one thousand rounds (rom.each. NK'Sr' : public, to v O pationa Miss s'J'nl'tL3i himre :Fihe'Sh'Sesl I' 'fGt.r.iH .*'*:..**' "J 1i .' Blouif 0>d (inS cf 1861! oo In fore. all Inp,wlphletfoo .
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."Thc factory !is now .wok? \a. 4* :i oJ( ,'4,1.. f..lCW 0 t": !l / .;;.GOODSSENT'-BY: ; MAiL rA D .EXPB.ES,1''/ 1M4r r' ,Goods sea by mail" cxpHSsliiW bfUTe State.11 i r.v r.-' .. ..'W In. ''n.1..Dftr: h'th.

I a heavy order.,, .for' thcsV'guns from ..t ZNOTARY, PUBLIC. .FOR. DUYAL" 'COUNT" : "' ",< :j .;;;;1.of. 1. :"i\ .\ \ ..a' :To DPutUI&h''State. '""n1 "It noi '11l'.'! AI IOJ,i lLtsb.k .. >1 <( **>* < tft Vwfc.j tifa. i. parts *.'a*'*... .<*,w ->:
"bz; jI. js .covi..hie pIts> I'1 '*,, ; *b AT THE. OLD STAND, CORf B\V and OCEAN STS.; JACKSONVILLE-: '-- t*"' %-yt r. I: \- ", '3 Bay Street, near,Laura j Jacksonville'Flo: ':' *"" '' Address.$ TaI cc.J9IW4t

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