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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 12, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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notis - AKN0866
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Jf ThE-i NEW $QUTH..I inthe flower and leaf;. but'the berga. gradually.contract towards the center -er tity. ,Her j;4aB .btez! married- ; -I -- __. _, tr ., ..... -. -.; '.- "J: : ..
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!I' moUe is deiiraWetbin fte.HF .
more either MISCXLLANEOUS.M .
i-; PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY- ,,AND ol in the.shape; of:J, a ;prDme ._arc "cQ sid:, Louisiana gentleman, and, when the .. ,- .. ...,.. :Q3tOCZJU. -.. '. SATVJU, ) Yi. these speciesr from-the! suavity of its I i ered. the best ocoots (makingisilkji: ;, revolution of i8-occuired-deemiig J COLCORb* ', 0' .: : : : : r.IMPORTANT'TO' ; .

jl. TZJIS )}rS 6SCRJinrOd. arotaa,which delicious,. and from They.differmuchcolor according I itprudentto1eavtParis, Madame : 'I fcLLbNVILLEJDDELL- ,HOVSE- -." .. : EVE _1} Pr: ::
which.the ,...,
!:f'1;' Rwa-Wniit.;: wbscribenl.'">per umum.Fi most channipg essences are tojbe-variefjror the'vorm; some be-: Pontalba t visited'New' Orleans"; where Succeuorto Hide aad SUa busmesa ofi .. -- -
j e.r more copies.1}.- e chj and M estn copy m de. Cultivator) h,,ve nevic t: bcrlieved !: ing perfectly irhite otheri UpawU.: fci'tSf Vii IWVPa2a3T
ii" nceived ; yelloV, she. remained until jlxiuis J.-if/CROWELL '. 3IEL1ONVILU: -
1- will bt sent to ev y tea M one dike that it.could.have received : Napoleoncamelnio I' .ORANGZ CDUl'ITT,:)1.a. :
this '
WggzLZrnflcrTheI.1: per aDUIL- Tw; others buff, and'otKers "of a greenishtingeThe I poel.J"wben she returned ..i ii. { .' '. f' .-.. '. .... -ai:4"'. :uaTI"C ,

'!h copMs icil4GSa JI.TJ cacb. ; wcthqu., *z6o; fifty" \ > <(p- odor, (torn two plants- which have it ; 'WoTthfteT:: : i perfecting> to the.gay.capital Io which"she spent .. Corner. Bay iadO.irtii.Uiglitcisb : r i j ,0.i; : ..:. .,,. :;. ( ... .. \, ..;A.... IJteJ'foc.'ftft..1.

: : J J I not thernsdves, and7ithas' .been' Iseri'ouslf the cocoon, changes" 'to/the chrysolis the most of her life.<,-She was exceed. price paid lor; 7 ILuITPvuisto,1ii : ; : '- ;. ;: .". ..._. '::1-'\ __""rt, t ."..."...-."..,...:.t...

1}:}I SIDOWanT.'ADYEItTrSrNC./U.TES.'."per b4.w tern fiat: taxrtioa: debated be. the product whether:of.i the ii' Varietycould .lemon !form w1fl1fnIt! and in,Vfew'days wprk? ingly shrewd and..capable ih business Wia &c.: Hides. Slbw..FIIII.1'I"wl HOUSE, ? ;, 1 J...-. ----1-, '--4. "_. ':, .\ t 'A.\ "\ 1frt"I1.\.

:: ad.bleqYellt iaiertiaa.j oWuzit. cants. its way>ut jn ihej moth state; ifier affairs;:andjat the time1 of her death :: .4 ..
c. t. _Lx It"..: wWt tD ah',ticeax.a.ia so4 -
'i" p.1ac.Int I..atlo.lsc graft upon the bergamotte pear', 'wjth which.it pairs WMOUIMI J...WIirflhIT. : .. jas'et1lsrdII :
Iaysiti-eggs and dies in addition
$ : :
tot at .'
vast in France LawndU.S.Ce .
cents. property ;, !, >m ,Notary c.J&a'J RNANDINA.-.f.LA,.. te J. "
.: iiMertioa.7J whose fruit however thls LOGIoamse.4; )f' -
.agrume-has The : :- : !
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- cocoonsihusperforated the : ,
.f.' .s.n.NIIIKn..eo ctnipe $.ae.Iujii by was the proprietor of a larger area of cti .ROBINSON: CO., i -: '. '.., ," : :
in .
odor- P'h: I
no similiarity, !but it is .moth ; ;
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now are-valueless a.iimELr. U "
forthe
ol New Orleans s.unn.LT: : I 'I'
f.1l : Cas Dr ADYAJIQ.r purpose groundjin than.any other RLAt PTO1rCeIiti. .'- .'
conceded that : ESTATE AND INSURANCE : v ::7--t I f. / : .' >W>- '- ,
nature diversifies t. < 'h'
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BROKERS :
reelirig'and .
A 4dr.i ADAMS.CARRUTII II: CO;. so re.ofen1ta .nea by a dark single' individual! The'Piccnune -"

';,.:, 'IackioiiiIk.Florida. 'wonderfully her productions simply flnjd.; discharged-: y:'thy.'inse'ct al thie that>he'nad Two orpolitlca1"opin.says: ACftICf ZtwYo.k.Th..Manhattan. Life lamraac*'.Campury. of I "Q"SpIadid.tarC1atJ. r .' baptadBsaAkmsdaabe far It at J.JOHN .'. ,

.r.f-,:>,' -. by difference in proportion! of the "Wrac.;of its'escape.,:.'TJese!? 'are, called l l'f1'lIs.or. !jqnsj/pne; for;Europeaiid'the} other for Latta $9.oo9.46i3. UadiTided. .nrpluifjUA fa JK. 4tiii.tlbs&xtaliIag.Q-Kapiica&drive.!Tc.&.bteai.. ,miles. e>'th" ',act TOGNz'it.za* anflard Sloa: wi.....
?\ TREATISE ON THE CITRUS. '' .
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. same elementary principles] and thai tax&r "I !'.., .1 .
and, L v 4t
Itj.1 :' : .are carded,;aqd 'Amtf a.; In France he:was a decided .. sma'1tij&1 ':.f :

.... Tbe foflowtag articleS-the'pfcrus are copied from in consequence it is highly probable spun. like wool* The inner ..surfaceconsists Legitimast J 'tnNe".Orleans: a bitter : N. BETTES, .' ::1 .1 (-,' .

0HOI...3ovMALaJID R.VUL SOVTRLAptD-tNtw. that, the mingling of the, odoriferous of a gummy matter and can- Democrat6f'Uie-Tackson; .Jt. J OPEN DURING. THE.SUMMER. CLAB.K. .. J' f' ...a-
JI .OrleaM, far which n4 tcy wrt _..,.....'hIa the schopl- lI"SIcL.D : I .. .. '
principles lemon : .
and the .
th, French t/C vo,c& CAUJBW. "we _'-ad die : uot-be J d and 'tisert -Jfe"-sUki"To rN4-otiIn.ftmerays that the : ; suRGEpN _. :"--' :. : :; .J J.'j ..w .
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', intrinsically: valuable and specially adapted orange give a result still more FpRWAkD1NG ;JfJ..! ., -
i JoittAL U exquis. prevent the moth from
Southera needs. 'coming out, ascetic life led by the famous millionaire 'JacbxrrUle.. n.. BOARD: ,_ ...,. .... ., .' -... ... _
to it. I ..
have observed this .r- "" "
in the chenome- the cocoons are baked in an' oven or Torin McDnnriTierh_ n -Dn ..wa" the'..._ .rpatti___!.. OrncB Hons-From;: S till!9a.rn.and' Ja tills p.m. ,Pet day. .. 'a. '.i :i ": ;;.AJrD ; ".... ;. ::; ..;. 1. : IJ.Y:
CHAPTER III. non greater portion of all mixtures scalded in boiling water, or by..expos ,of his rejection, by Mile. .Almonaster; OmcK Alto' R-isum.ca-Ccs-imt- Ocean and Monroe Per week. from J8 to'Ia.oo ,
AincL II.E of the'citrus family. The.cedrat ing them for three streets.; 6761aBAER' SUririactorMTMgemenM made with f as1i,. ; CMMISSIONMERC.HA'NT't. ;
days to the direct with whom he "' ,, 4 .
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was desperatelyjn.lovein .. -< ij : >>* > !t.*'- -v<-?*A
m'BRIDS-KO. XII.Ciiruk of Naples. has certainly a more exquisite of the The '- ,AIID UAL&e ia
rays sun. length of his : '
one younger days.-He was then a & IARKENS Fine livery actotasiodatloos. I : 'I :'#' : 1" ,
meJica limon'ructu cedrato ob- aroma.than that of the lemon; thread when reeledfrom the iaoctRIx.PROVISIONS: '
cocoon, gay and flashing young man, profuse Open after Juae ist under.abov terms>* 64 imAJETROPOLITAN : GUm: *.
longo/ cortice rugoso cra"so et eduli. and orange isolated, and the lime .ol is said to vary from 300 to 800 yards to his .' 1'"
; expendjtures'ofmoney. To his
P"ncire d'Eo : Limon cedrat. Florence is'a ; STRICTLV WHOLESALE GROCERS, HAY.. .SE. ftc.
pagne/ poncire which .
Limonecedrato.Poncile surpasses Lancaster places it at 1,526 feet; while proposal of marriage it is said that the / 'HOTEL\ : :' 'i'_
all cedrats-in S.MAgentsforThs4dafor ,..
ordinary .
!*!. OLIVER DE SERR.Poncira perfume. The some writers state'it-to be much more. answer was returned by the' family r JACKSONVILLE FLA.. S ', .d&J :.
.! SAUl same may said of the apple of Paradise One .ounce : of is estimated that he AWmic,2 Paint,siyj[
qua- poma cerea. AS, AD eggs to was not rich enough to marry WGocd*at Sarannah and Charieitoa prices. JAOCSOXVILI.Z FLORIDA.: ULAgtatfor

Sous. whose rind excels in.abundanceand produce, 2',650.worms, which will. the heiress os' Don"-Andres Almonaster. 4e9:3rn, : 3 l .;;. -- 11miy. Dw. *;

Limon Spongmus.: FEKK. delicacy all those of the types of ce- make 106 pounds 9 ounces of cocoons, Then in his bitter wu1 rema open duri c the Summer far 11M iccaoi.Bindirion .- .' "
Poncires quui i jnirna citri. G. BAUII drats or the cedrat of the anger & KOOKER ; ',1" ? ': t -:.; :
the
Jews.NO. silk of which when NORTON ,
reeled ,
off vowed Ssamz .
THEAT. DOT. McDonough that: he would live of the traveinac public and dtueai geatnlly. LIZZIE.BAKER. .

Limon cilratus: Limon cedraio. Vote XVI. will weigh 18 -pounds 10'. ounces. and work until be was richer than all REAL ESTATE DEAl EU. comer Ocean and Bay Y : !"u" _r

Limon ccdratus: MalL!: limonia citrata.TOV1NEF. Citrus medica limon urantiata fructn 'pu- These calculations will, however, vary the Almonasters and Pontalbas streets.Jaduoavilla.Florida. I Prices Greatly' Reduced. ,.,. .S -A IVI ,
tillo. put Money loaned oa Real Estate fecnrlty.. : .- .. ,
cortice -f'
globoso
glabro tenni odoraU GcDeralI .
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acids according to,the. variety of the worm together. From ,that hour the man'snature Life and Fire Inturacce: : Agents and dealers Pine i'
Cilrus medica Ralotina; : Qtronier lialotin. medulla & gratissimx. : cultivated. Lands Plantations,&c. Springfield suburb a specialty. RATE PER DAY, ; Van Brunt A h' ac5 :tt
DESFOXT, rEcoLR DE BOT. Lime de Naples a petit roiL and habits changed. He began Correspondence.solicited., 3-aSswtf $. -so. A .. .',. ', 't'Sm. 4
Lunonallo di Xapoli. VALUE OF MANUFACTURED SILK IN'THE bis career of money getting in .. FROM:NEW,YORK., i"1
The lemon cedra has a tuberculous Limon pusilius calaber. FEKK. &ad Cberal term by the week iii ozi I- # # ..l..
: which he
UNITED STATES. eventually became absorbed B. C. DREW t'.i6ios Bay
,
fruit and is a true poncire, which has Limon calaber SaJ iJc .
pucillus; : calabrise limun.COMMELYK. and ,was so successful. J :" the port of a lemon tree, and of which lIES?. )ELG. Iii'a. silk! establishment was -The story' ofhis TABLE BOARD AT REDUCED RATESTbc '

< the fruit is nearly always oblong, havea Union calaber : limon calabrese. VOLC started in Philadelphia ,for the.manu .solitary life,. his/death, and'the ATTORNEY AND pArRB-ANKS ; > I' .t.. ;-;.

rough, thick and edible' rind. Theyare I The lime of Naples is a little lemon factur .of silk of native growth which i bequest of his vast posessions to charitable COUSELLOR.A1.LAWOct .patronage of the.pubCc respectfully solicited. .. : ';11
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for a series of received purposes, and the litigation In the new Freedmaa Bank BEAUX 1 .' "
nevertheless, less delicate than whichtholds hard upon the orange of years a large I Pine t Building cornet r "l4"o
aDd
which followed has been Forsyth Streets Jacksonville Fla.. -B.TOCXI.. Proprietor. '
the lemon cedrat with a smooth skin.It which it is a hybrid. It low amount of cocoons.' The manufac- often told. .. D.AMiMCWS. GROCERIES *f
.
grows ; &__..1 ___ JI # .' J.II c.DUW.tY April sstk.1774.Gent's :.1S111'111 AN PROVSIONSf|
its branches : Lunu proauci 01 tne'Northern States h
is much cultivated in Liguria. Its are"rstnall, yellowish ; "
do lend in 1840; was $250,000 ; in 1844, '$1- A Lost Steamship. fun ahi c goods low at Budcy BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE.FlXn *.
varieties are innumerable ; we may they not themselves. to the 1 M. &.11. J. BAKER.ATTORNEYSATLAW.. .t
mention of this number, the limon espalier, like: the lemon ; its small, 500,000'in 186p, $5,000,066, and .in. As' a curious relic of the steamship J -' .::1" :

straius amalphitanjs, the limon resol- deep colored leaf His a winged petiole 1870 if was estimated at $20,000,000. City of Boston, which sailed from this FOR SALE OR RENT-COUNTRY.. A.aJUODb -.:. .. ShAY

inus, and others reported by Ferra- ; the thorn at its axis is so precocious But much of the raw material is now port January' 25,' 1870, and which I CORN. OATS. BRAN, GROUNC

rius, such as the limonium citratum and so constant that it is difficult imported from Asia intothe United has not been definitely heard from Ornra: Reeds Building. .' rl OTEL AND ORANGE GROVE: J'EED. PEAS, CHICKEN FE. .';. ,'.._.

Volcamerius, and many other 1believe to detach buds proper to graft States for manufacturing purposes since, t paper found in.;a bottle /on '-'! Jacksonrffle;Florida SHOULDERS. LARD. f t

also, that individual cultivated -I with ; the flower is small, and the still all the cocoons domestic growthare the coast of Florida a ropy of which JaMes..BAKU. ,rn-ro1lj.BAKU.B FOR SALE OR RENT. HAMS.

at the Jardin des Plantes at Paris, corolla is entirely tyhite ; the fruit is manufactured! in"this country. is given below, ,will, be, ,of interest. We win teat for the season orseB on easy terms, FISH. FLOUR, i."t"*

under the name of balotin, belongs to the smallest of all the lemons of Europe VALUE or SILK.CROWN. THE WORLD. The City of Boston was one of the B. BEEBE, THE'ALA' HOMI.MEL1C

this variety. It has the carriage and ; it is round, and bears its pistil The following table is given; to showas finest of the Inmari steamers, and ,. CHACOor, ; ORANGE. HOUSE-; BUTTER FU FARINA.- .' ,i-1*'.

the physiognomy, and if the descriptions upon its extremity ; the rind is yellowish nearly as can be ascertained, the when she sailed. upon ]her, fateful -ARCH I":F.CT Near MeHcannTle. Orange Co., .Florida. CHEE, SUGASSYRUf. 'J" .

the gardeners give of its fruit are smooth, extremely fine and value of raw 'silk produced annually voyage from this harbor in the winterof ROOM No....MASONIC BUILDING. 'I.W1TH.. THE FARM ORANGE.GROVE AND. MOLSE. CFE. lf"J,.
it the ires. thin, and the nations 1870 she contained sixty-four cabin i. :NURSERY. ATTACHED. S">* o,
accurate belongs to pone very odorousthepulpisabun; by .of j he earth; t'r36-1l21I'S3.loS! Y"d-au FZridm.S4TM. I T. COOA
lflI3IUDS-NO. XIII. (Ian?, and is full ofan acid juice, sgree- Chinese Empire, ; $81,000,000 I passengers,,m3ny'of whom were residents r THIS,PROPERTY Sl\, .' ,i"

gi able from its aroma: and its delicacy. Japanese Empire of this city. She was commanded & ARTHUR IS MOST ELIGIBLY SAp ,. ... ,'K|..
A. BIRNEY
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'; miles
Citrus nu-Jica i : limon fructu citralo ovut.>, 17,000,000 LOCATED-iS from the Steam STARQI; .
cortice gUbro ciaw. ), clbatu giaii"-inio, pulj a This fruit is the most esteemed amongour Persia, :. 5,000,000 .by .Captain J. J. Halcrow; and her Coat: Landing on Lake Monroe.: -' BUCKETS/ '''

, fere nulla acidula, \ugo, ponium pjnulr i.Poncire lemons. It does. not bear seed ; Asia Minor; .. :'- 5,200,000 cargo ,wasa :valuable, one., Her 'fail t ATTORNEYS BASES.WODE-WAR BRO ,.SrNGE.TUBS m, '
,
: dt San Kemo or pnmme de P1ra'k it is multiplied by grafts, in.cleft", be- Syrfa j. ure to arrive at Liverpool at the stat ; FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE CANNOT BE "
; : 1,800,000 .
SURPASS CAIfXSD .I'
: cause it''is very difficult to get sproutsfor Turkestan in China, '- '400,000Turkestan ed lime caused little comment, .as 43{ STREET, .N0.-330.. .i so nnay-wkile advantages oo part to of the Florida grower combines I i GOODS> .. ? .OF'EYKJY, ., CiD", "
Lmtnne 'Jt
cedrato finn
....l Putnum P1r1.ii..i.; FLKK.Liroan : porn. di Paradise budding, on account of the thorn : iri*Asia Mi. nor' t40 ,ooo there was much. stormy weatherat'sea WASHINGTON CITY.. of :TROPICAL FRUITS. I EVERYTHING .

,- citratus: linum ctrtrato. 0Le. which always accompanie it. Volca- Corea, > 100.000I during that season. But as 'weeks [, .. If not sold before the FIRST MONDAY in'MARCH 5- I. T.-- --S,' ", 'rFoRAGE.GgoczRy.aND :.L. ,

'. :. The lemon-cedrat with a smooth menus describes! twoT varieties of it, of France, : .- S I 25,000,000; passed and, there'were yet ho tidingsof H.A. ATTTSOW. A. .. MSIK.PATTISON :. next,the property will oa that day be offend at public PROVISION UNEW..
sale to the highest bidder. .
:
which [ . her, the suspense'and<< excitement Apply
skin is that usually= called the poncire. one approaches very near to Italy, i- 40,500,000 & MEEK," FLEMING & DANIEL,

.i It is a tree which has the carriage: of this. The fruit he calls! ballinus His- Turkey, .. 7,000,000): became intense_ and months had gone Attorneys I SELL. FOR. CASH: *

.;' the lemon and which gives: ovoid panicus, ballot di Spagna. The leaf Spain and Portugal l,.. '. 3,200,00C_ )) by, when all hone of her safety was ATTORNEYSATLAW.6ake. .. OcM'-iZi. tf "Jacksonville. Florida. A.AT'J'K 1'

fruits of hich of this is linear, the fruit yellow, Greece, *:.' abandoned. Some*time aftera bottle ,. '
840
w the exterior is polished ,000 I THE
like the lemon, and the interior is round and small, the pulp green, the Northern fr1CiJ.. j%-., 300,000 I containing statements concerning the : ReQia's.- building. JactsonriHe..Fla... ., ....... AU shades of braids.and.chignons,at Body's.*, ,.LWT PSIBL FGURE. .t
juice abundant, !acid and agreeable it Basin .Danube long.missing'steamship was found at : Merchants.Loggers;,Hotels,Boarding Hoosev and i*
thick like the cedrat this rind is of ; 1,280,000)I '
; a E. ; families are good and .
dazzling whiteness and of exqusite i is only a variety of'the lustrato ; but India[ .. .- 24,000,000 I I Isea, but was believed! to 'be a hoax! P. JOHNSON.. M, D.! FO R, S A L E' ,. . b aa. my p ... w

delicacy. It is eaten raw with the second \\'hich.he calls limon frritaior America, 80,000 I Tbe.'paper given below I ; whether it'be HOMOIOPATinc THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES ; **

or in confections. In Liguria sugar where appittntia.:limon agusza, effetito genuine! in itself' or not;'was_undoubtedly ;- PHYSICIAN; AND SURGEON.. VERY C.HE A PI! S -t.Mff

: is surely a hybrid of the bigarade Total! found! as stated; and it may pos- PAID sot COVNTfcY 'PIODCCT 0,ALL IJND .
it is greatly valued, it is cultivated in t $214,100,000 Office; sideof .Three small Farm, ear the c-"i1i".ils. "1
north
Dr'i'obiaaoa': .
all the gardens. There are some a true lime, in which the traits of the The above .table is i from the reports:, sibly throw. someiight, upon the fate new builxiiag oejct block Bay east Street.of Na oaal la HoteL 99tt S ', .

two species are melted and confused. of 1868.: of the lost,City of-Boston. ONE OF TEN ACRES. ON ..
which bear fruits larger than the largestof Eighty years ago the value Cleared land other WILI a'WHI .:; ?&
the cedrats The variety most. Its flower is small and white ; its fruit of the silk goods manufactured in The son' of S. Mi; Parsons, of No. R. ANN, i 'ONE; no Improvement .Succero Tr. ..Willsooa -
TWENTY.
.: valued is the apple of Paradise. It is is round,and the size of a nut : it bears France amouuted to'$5,000,000; now, 67 Wall! street, residing at Miami, W" About:fifteen- acres In cultrr>tlon,.500 ACRES grape eaes'and -. MALXSSIII. : ". $
its pistil upon the point of the fruit Dade county, 'Fia., on 'the eastern ATTORNEY-AT-LAW fruit trees;nnderdnined clay subsoil; one of the best S .:1
a poncire much larger than: the lemon ; $150.000,000. :, ..._b nlcnill2. GRAIN. FLOUR, AND .FEED, .
whose rind is so thick it )has it is red, covered with a very.thin ,.coast, about one hundred fifty miles < ; ;
.
scarcely Office la Reed'* Block. Bay Street; jfjutuCfcCturers oC' .. *
this side of ONOFTWENTYACRESAbit -- i
-:. any pulp. I shall not give a descrip. I rind, smelling like musk ; the juice is Remarkable Woman! Key West, writes to his 'i4
acid but father under date of July that a Y'a dI61ll1 !II.FIlrtJII. lour 1ICftS' la cultift oll. balance good pinewoods CORN MEAL, HOMINY, CRACKED '\ f i.
-i' tion of all the varieties mentioned by agreeable.To The Baronness de Pontalba, or 5 i oa King's road CALL AJTD... v
beach-comber a man who follows the C.C. COLLINS. .
,
K. Ferrarius and Volcamerius. They all be continued. Madame de,Pontalba,'as she.was generally bench'for & BASNETT,; Dealer Real Estate Witschea's Budding,Bay St., CORN, RYE MEAL.. .. t..ll.
a Davis CALL '. !
living George .
: resemble' each other. The poncires --- -- called in'New Orleans; who recently by ; : fH.:

,1 always lack seed. I have never found SILK CULTURE No.: 5. died in Pariswas a woman name walks, found the a beach bottle about in one his LAW, ..HEALTHVEAL .-. ., CRACKEDWHEAT.fcc. :::1 -

'- : a single seed in any of them. who, had remarkable history. Her on eighteen '. WOOD TURNINGl', .:.
Orpzcs-Is Reed's SROL WX .1
f_ miles from Miami, near New river; Building up stain :,.'.
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.1r. NO. XIV. ANCIENT HISTORY OF THE SILK WORM. father, Don Andres Almonaster, 'who and .AND- : TO -V" ;. -
him ,
. 1O gave it to to do with as he -IT. IACKSONVILL Fla: S .4 ORE .
1 Citrus medica limon I anrantiata fructu onto, Sk! an important article:"of commerce was anAndalusian, who emigramed to thought best. In this bottle" was' a r .. Sawed DeIiveredhbtho .J
: RECREATION "- Spl t ad"
M croceo Louisiana when it'was ,, .
medulla dulcitkima. a Spanish colo- wo ,
: Lime Micree. is produced by. the caterpillar where he accumulated paper,. plainly bearing'the rnarkbftime ( C.If, SUMMERS.; : -- .-. ;j' ...,. *' ;'
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'?{] Limone aranciato: lima doIci Mma. of a small, insignificant fooking moth, fly, and at the time of his a great death estate in and written: upon' it in ink were.. ATTORNEY-AT-LAVV { P LANDS. FUt S : _, .... '. ;Load... .;;:.ol. ,.; "*'' -
Limon* Bombyx Mori. It is said that these words J
- by
saccharatot five dulcissimus: limon I some he : BIoc*.Bay Street.opposite oar and Wbar
far the .
richest
.1'
1798, was by ORANGE a' U
.
man GROVES COLONIES ih
ZBccherin '
.lce. this insect is S
VOLC. a native of China, but STEAMSHIP CITY OF BOSTON-To all! ALSO NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER
in the colony. His only daughter, U. S. CIRCUIT ; FARMS, JrL MARKET-GARDENS '. ... ;
::!:' The sugar lemon, or the lemon with I Leanis states that It originally. came Michaela whom this message.may (ww/r..' That I, cOURT.I ACOlYIL.F '- i .."

:l' orange pulp, is'a hybrid which has I from the province of Serica,.in Southern her'education, as sqon'as was she-married had: completed the-: the undersigned, a passenger, this; Office. Polkas building.L. VILLA- SITES, TOWN. T.. A. .\n. .s '. 'wwwmqciA. :. -'

: 4- ; preserved all the features of the lemon Asia, where, in autumn, the.females to. shipwrite, the following statement LOTS. "."
clan -
'7; :.r. in the haf, and exterior of the fruit, lays from three to five hundred son who. old x also-officer of the Spanish On Sunday night beavy storm arose; F..rtnmiG...rr.IkIG.. '.I- DAIID1J: FOR .SALE ON SANFORD'S GRANT:: SAVINGS BAN .. -

" but whose pulp is sugary like that of eggs upon the body the'white mulberry !- army the of was' Pontalba.very wealthy, of 12:30, ,increasing; 1:20, all hope lost ; & DANI.EL. S: : .'- .:- 41. _

1: the grange. This variety is nearly tree., It is claimed that the silk couple name established themselves The in young Paris 2"b'clocV, going do- FLEMING .- .-"- MOORE' Azxr, saat'ord... THE FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS TRUST C_ :

the same with the culture was known branch of industry JOHN CASWELL London .
limon sacchatafum r rOiferum as a whither the 'cider Pontalba England. ATTORNEYSAT.LAW.; S ... '.' :::4: :
( of V olc., and the limon/un" I in China 2,700 years before the ,shortly 'The. name of John Caswell does I EOR SALE OR, RENT U.a' -'"*''"iStriDepuMts '

lank ougus talus dntcimedulla of the I I Christian* era. It then spread to in followed a chateau them, taking' the up his residence After: not appear on, the:printed list of pas- Omcc: Reert's Block,jadcwin'W5.Fla.comer Oeeaa and Bay z-. Streets, .[! ON" LAKE. .; MONROE. : o any _rowed j e inditiduals.bouDcu ;! 1

-1 same author. A great number of Thibet/ and was afterwards made some dissensions near city. which sengers in.the. office of the Inman line, _j-ti-iy_. -- -- _ _t _. ; !, :- h.a sochtoes oa'wnicn Interest- wit 1'iI i-)

these hybrids are cultivated in Liguru known to the Greeks through "their years arose but this is not looked upon'as a drawback .: '. S ..' '.. t. .allowed ,

-- ; but they difier between them. wars with Persia. It is said these insects ted to A separation, Madame de ,Pon: to its authenticity :At the same A.A.. KNIGHT, .. ;. Tf'1" .Two 1 aew. Cottages" .. near, the talba retaining' the. custody 'of their '
selves from were first introduced into Constantinople time the Davis the .'. .. '. SANFORD.S .:
one garden beach-searcher, by postal money orders sad bank drafts.
to another 0 b
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, -- children under the condition thath .ATl'ORNE"'AT, LAW : .: ,, AiSO. .
- AIWOSt 10 inanity, jn slight modifica by two monks in A. D. should found the bottle, a board was found a: vv / *T The'Bank I cpea daily from a*A.V.to'a .;*$abo ;
consult their
tions. 355, a reward having been promisedfor grandfather in shortdistanc&away with rsome penciling ..E' larhMfins; HOME Lar''iWC!IT acres.'st 'desirabtwo oa for deposits onlyfrote o M '
direction of their education. The Not '* Hoeg's Block,up stairs: ;..,.. : S. .. .
NO. XV. the worms which produced silk. old on it that was rather indistinct, tory house, with large.. dining-room. detached. o'cJ l'I t;
_ 1 Citrus medica limon auranuaia fructu These monks secreted' some of the gentleman was extremely' mortifiedand and it was with ,difficulty read. On: 3-asswly i ., Jacksonville;Fla Suitable for 4-S7IW' 1 W.SWAIM.. CasUer_.jb: .
a
to. IlIlYiume odorato n1jo, her.:amotto.par. eggs in a hollow cone. This was doneat indignant the.separation of,hisdaughterinlaw I it was made out, however these'war Is"Vcbave : Bordlopwa. .. JGUNSMITH. '. .;7,. .

Lime Limone bergamotte. the risk of their lives, the penalty the from her husband, attributing taken' to the boats'oar last C. .L, ROBINSON, .' < ;: ; / ..Apply, ta; H.'L.: DEFOREST.' 'A. N. DOBBINS, ., .:t"j

bergtmutto. for exporting them from China blame entirely to, 'jhe There .: Saafctd.Fla.iymry .
- Limon Jiergamotta at resort. ,was something. further ATTORNEY-AT-LAW +,
atiis aurantinm berpaWa. wife. and startling tragedy was'.the : 27. 3n. twjotfHE
: .
II1< VOL& that time, being -death. Henry the that was illegible. There was! LOCKSMITH.! _., "(.'I.
result of
Citrus medica. Fourth introduced silk culture hischagrin. On one occa also'a date the board and the .u.o.'NOT. RV PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER ) '
into -
. bcrjaroium: cranger bcrea- sion1 Madame 'Pontalba 'visiting{ the : on fig U.S. CIRCUIT COURT. MERCHANTS EXCHANGESA1LOON. AND ..GENERAL JOBBER;
lDotIe. DESF..TAB.D'EooutDE France in 1601 and Frederick To be .
134) the ures
? ,. appeared 1872 or 1874 -: ,. .
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old Baron his -S ,
The bergamotte is a variety which Great into Prusia in 1700. at cbateau to .consult : which 'could" not be determined. ',A OSce; Noa Masonic Block; I-IT. HOBS' IIFB.ANJC -Comer Bay. and Hogaa.S. \ 'f
with him about the welfare of her children I -t: "" (

- MI"verylow air in statute. It grows in THE NATURAL HISTORYof was invited 'into. his cabinet. month was named, apparently, but picHARp; MCLAUGHLIN, GREGORY.Ptopnetor* -- JACKSON VIT.T.K, FLDRIDAo .. ..to

The rather than as an espalier. the silk worm is much the same as Very'soon ,an altercation it could. not deciphered, the action ,REAL ESTATE'AGENT.' PRICE LIST. >-- I
angry was "
'f
branches are long and pliant the that of of the water and weather almost obliterating .Twelve Lacer Beer Tickets far. t' oVScupperaont < : :
; several of our common moth. indistinctly heard : ; the SEWING MACHINES .
leaves, often somewhat by : servants; everything. The board was c7.d-wik.FlniA..AD Coofcr.---_LJ J,<1-: CLNED' ANn..RE

- Upon a very long quilled' rest The eggs are hatched by the beat ol followed by two reports of a pistol and headed 'of Boston." sorts of Real"ta....*bought and sold; Uoaeytovested. .- U-Juke Poach-.,. vIce I1E. 'j ': '. ..
petiole "City
lady are regu. the atmosphere or sometimes by artificial the wild shriek, of a' woman's voice. .Taxes paid..Titles examined.Raws Crcant .wi- ... ..... .ss.. .,
mingled like those of the orange, warmth. The ..'The manner in which the paperabove MOk Punch .... .- S
is.tB" ;
The door toWiffiaai
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and young worms are was burst .open; and the IT rmmsioif. Astor Esq. ? ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY,PROMPTLY''
resemble those of the bitter is constructed would seem to New York EaGcw.i.. Cmtin. Be lt Pa. ....... .' ;
orange at first of a dark color they feed bodies the ; .qk ; ,,1itUII(: i _;., -$.' ATTENDED TO. -' "
10 fonn ; of two, were found lying on LewU H. Ited Philadelphia W. Stokes bfhfladfhihia .
and er. : .
indicate 'Brandy .
color. Its that the'writer intended to Piinrh ... -
flower is white : S _
upon the fresh leaves of the the floor ;D 0.Ambler.Banker.fackaaavill JWoiiky 0 ---v-
wd mulberry bleeding old I
; has twenty stamens like those of and shed their skins profusely. The make a 'detailed statement, but :.wasihterruptedby Henry 1 uckeir. Bostoa.Mass., 3d-SI--Pd Punch.;. .?...,.._ s,.
three
the or four Baron was dead '. Madame de Pontal "
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I tImes orange. Its fruit is small, some. : times while growing. When fully.. ba had'received Tearful wound in the expected.sinking of: W. EARL : .CtaPmc'J.-.-.--J' .**5Abstn'tbr -. STFACON"GUARANEli:
- nippled at the apex, and often grown they loose the ..steamer and bad only 'time to :.R' '" PLADl.DRJN1S CENTS : It.ofWIo4.p. "
1 Pear shaped spin a flossy web iu. her breast, the ball having passed I tS S .H -
; it turns yellow at roatu"ty the ceuter of which the cocoon is afterwards through her hand sign his name -and consign. his mess. PRACTICAL' Imported Ginger Ak.'.'''Ale.DubOa Stoat.Cor. : ,& :
and takes severing one of her ; :! dials.&C. SAI.ir. ,
i
the the N. Y.: ,ljvnm
figure and color to waves.- Triune : :
of age FOR
Two small ,
,
the lemon is spun. threads fingers, in. jts course.. What passed PAINTER'AND. PAPER HANGER. S
polished i it; rind is thin and issuing from two small openings 'near between 'Madame and. the Baron pre Spring Caadmcrc suW fee sal at Jk &,'... : "- AUo.MaadLot.beaMitiiltyloraudintheCiryJacksonville. .
; contains .flavthg'dccld.d toTesM3sbtVelermaaeflt17W15lltitad '
.
-itb essential oil vesicles filled the mouth are clued together by a vious to the shooting was'never reveal- Tis EMiLE; MOURGEON.. to receive orters from aB requiring*work-doe*'a.CLUNINa ., / Th boose I larwefl Caisbed, aa .
of suave and piquant sticky matter resembling silk itself ed."l"The .. : s.ua*., -' A' O, WRIGHT, .
odor "
- which la1yafter a long illness recovered From ip5hTra.ei(11 Foreman oldie Suten Sued with modern I eof' <
makes the merit ( op UnpmveaMaM, jni .
:- 'lriety. Its of this which is produced by two smallergl.nds and resume. ber'place ,in. .socfety Wand Dycng aabu&baet). .' GtAZlNG.r.ULSOKININGd .h ,ATTOItNEY.AT'LAW._ ., r < .. Ik ;
'
is : .
pulp sour and bitter M..ia C, JacksonvaU.ria. '
the best awaaer. OAK.
and is very near the others. The purchasing a, in the NEW. DYEING'AND ScoURrGTA3LISU. Reed's Block.'Bay St..jackscwrflle.FU. Vf. I'
ofn value.. It is easy to re'gmre square, moot '. ME.NT.: Orders left at Davis ft Drew's Farafew*WanbuMwairteerrepre ______ -, .--
Jere the traits of caterpillar tarns over and .over in the aristocratic fauborg. in :Paris, where LacIa' ud CMtlMMa1 WLcOt C Apprist, .ptaMeadoa. -. ;*- *. -.It' WO practice.b dM diffineat.courts of the SetaU Col.lectMoa AMUEI FAlRDANIS:1j ., '-, ,.:

- tWeen the lemon anrforancej a hybrid the be. i center of its. web, spinning its thread I she erected one. 'of the costlyand: .. "'ia I..a*. 'J.Sb wJa j.. .. : -- ; I'" :I :': E :s'-d: 'i'1 t droMptly attended to. 7->8*',' S, .. '"'. ".. ...-S .'" -'i' .< -

firu is foond-In around itself till the cocoon is', pert magnificient! mansions to'be found I sad Dtbir lne fabk *. tani&ly: deS4- sad e ". -..;,", "J rwi f r' T..>4- -:."*! -a, -S oAtyu.cypR ptlYAL COUNTtackiMmvitle.Taa'
the fruit .the' .in .. U. .- and C. U ,. rOOD a SICKLE'S'
second fectly formed. 1Op.sYTHTZST. kW4I'alitt $ I. tPC .Esq. : RoarKSOK. Esq : PfcorofrapbVRooB are -
Those '
.. cocoons which that: cityenti-tainingwitW'gr lib-f *r .j4, FJtv. & ,
.. at ----- ru4l.11 Ja soevlfls Fta'f"U' : \'Y o'erP.Irdsubs'ias.nrt.- ; "t. *
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'I' \ SQUTT( SEM'IVpEI L'r.. JAcKsoNVILLE'WEDNESDAY; AUqU91. .I8Z.rT: '
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"'. ___d *__ NoteST -ntiai rCoTfH. Bisbutf-JrT *T *? .5 5'4 5 COWX8IACOVT./ \ Vallac-) vtheflrstrlndv1second-llTne. ho OUR ENTERPRISINGFriends
I "Editorial I'ol"the! red State'Ncws.Cicil .
: THE NEW SOUTH.
the said Wai-! itessrs. Gato *
came: third time and found Co..IIa"teemia spared
He ______ x A State Base Ball organization was y ao
was culled upon to moke I fpeh. lace, Sydney A. Trent, John E. Proctor expense IB introducing the handsomeu soda fcuntai
.
Lake last
week.
J. ADAM*. PILES or THE ST. JOHNS. W. plainly stated his view 8. in Appointmtntt.-Tbe following formed City and this deponent that said deponent ever'td up I.dais city. It b admired by evtryoM aad
I '>110 le & Hart building !- ;
made Messrs. Thompson are

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Genuuenl contract. put down,piles wrongly.. He hoped to see the wounds Alachua county-John, II. Stokes. to stories bigb. at Lake.City aforesaid tell said Wallace that the
Governor nted him. that he
.J. S ADAMS. ZTOL Indicating t" shoal places in the St. now existing between the members in be constable, vice John D. McCollura, JEFFERSON COUNTY. needed more books to than see what tbe film NOTICE.TO .

:: John' this and Pa i resigned John L.Banks, to be, county Citizens of this at the THB TAX-MTna Of TH*CTtf C* MCUOMTIIU.
t river between city Cogre9 arid the State, administration. ; couuty rejoice ., had.and that he had better accept his
TO
CCRRbSPONDEMTSAND OTHERS. S The undersigned having beeoappUnjerf
reappoiiited.Bradford the
toeqmaTu.
l tem of Local interest are solicited from all parts cube latka. ThH steamer Mary Draper h w it-nlcd. iftf shtmld fiirimgly'f upport the surveyor, .-.Charles Shepard, to be I absence Rattlesnake of slaughter caterpillar.has now commended proposition. JAXES D.TDOX ON. the aasesscats'of taxes and us bear and determine the ,

.11 :*i. Abu>. communications been engaged to tow a pile-driver from nominee Convention whoever be Sworn to and subscribed before me complaints.all such pcrooe as rmnirltr thtiB .
intarcMetpedajy| dtMattooal. .OChFJSIr4J i > ,- .' ,. vountytreasurer,' vice.',B.' ,Jx- Tucker, at Montlcello. >
..f,o Correspondents should make their letter as : place to place where, J piles arerequlredto might be. Col. BUbee's emukVl"re. term expired. Fur.a week past the dainty palates of, this the 8lh' day S August. A. D. 1874., aggrieved by their assessments. hereby." ,give IIOIIce.
the aad C. fj. EDWARDS an concerned that
.nd as facts efacBBHtaace will penait.I they wiH mee to d1.cl.aruL
I V c are not responsible% far opinion* expressed by our b driven, and commenced her work plain;,sensltacitid,t iitid"brarelyvsp) : The Dur.al-W.'S. Burgess to, be Inspector the denizens of Turkey ,Scratch and its Clerk Circuit Court Leou Cuunty.' assigned them at the Ory Council Room, .dkiy
OD 4la.
saJa
.ne.eni*. Rejected manuscripts can neitheroertumedmrpmerved. and measurer of timber :and lumber, immediate neighborhood have been tick-( ,
Aaorymou contributions yesterday morning tbq first pile being band! then played. A formal! vo'e. county, and 6th of August,next. ;
-
I vice E. Barrs
expired. of
term the lucloun and
eled
juices meat a
-rill'not be noticed. driven off the just above this city. called' "for. The by The Board will sit from .to ifc clock F. M. the
at
,t !___ ____ _______ ____ __ pint : jy ,county was" then ,i'waroWa.-Rob. rt McCormick, tube 600 pound bear, recently killed In that Irevard County Republican Covention 3ty Hall each day. -:- .

I BULLY FOR STEARNS I roll\ wits called with the lullowlng 1' 6\1lt: i-ommisjioiiT i of pilotage'. vice B. F. vicinity., Jin; _Cobb:"cobbed" some ,of S?. LUCIA P. ,0. July 80, 1874. S ', .DIlIU.Y.

; THE TALLAHASSEE CON fNTIO-u Tint ROAD COXXtSlosEa- We t6 for Walls, 2 voles: /or, D.'Eagan. The, Peters,lajled to qualifv.Voluici it for the future. Pursuant; to a call of the RepublicanState WM.U.BOSTVKK.IACOB' .
C. C. Hart to be sheriff S
: publish elsewhere H statement written friends of,Mr. Kagnn announced that he --- -, Central Committee, a meeting of Hun
,
4 .: CAHTOL DOORS BAI-EED-Two CCNTEsnosrs \'icuiY., T BucL'ner term xpired'Stephen
;
,f J by Capt. W. James, giving an insight was not a candidate' and by request the Snow. WoJ B. Crown Nathanielhasty i The Stearns-a1ton- a, y Conspir S the Republicans oT Brevard county .'rash
; t !-The Congresjional Nominating acy.. told St., Lucia for thd of TO RENT.
at
se
WANTED
I' purpose
of th Board of
Intothe proceedings two volts: luSt lor him were wit lairawn.yiiluceounty to be commissioners <>4 pilotage ,
I; Contention met in Tnllnht'>8oeTestcnlny. S1l6/an idofl" autrtlon thai an attempt curing delegate to the, Congressional: ,
.
Road Commissioners, and reasons for t can the two dissenting reappointed ; John Allen, to be cniumias'oner Siiii the SfearnJ
r The eisIun' mddIbf A'ingIhrogA Mew Convention, for tho Second Congressional -
was disorderly A CONVENIENT
his Ign&tln. This! road business has "VoteS Alter,the withdrawal the two ,of pilotage, vice, It. II. Mclntire! i/ :ny ofDltval County to intimtJalt District, to, be ,held in Jacksonville DWELLING,c ,",

"t t e Mnd quantlsomc und not until late In been a I larce heretofore, pnhaps has votes. .Walls ':, < by.acclamation, declared term expired; bimmons Bennett,S to be Hon. jfoiit IVallaee-s-Anothtr, ,*Khoo- on the 12th ofAugust.S IN A FIRST CLA.SS CENTRAL LOCATION.
: the ullt-moon wn! a chair commissfoner; : of iJiltt; ge. emi FORA MAl.L'AlILY". .
z temporary S ysornpodIi.a" needediL'awky as On motion A. Hendry was 'made '
been this The will soon ted' 'Thc-ii
4 year ,public uii.inimously ele : the cbcNir. in the, ,ad hit hand"'
1"! mnn t-W-tt-d. J.Parman was elidedor LEON tary of "closing on Chairman and Minor Jones Secretary.On PERMANENT AND CAREFUL TENANTS.
have both bides of the matter and T ,
can band the 6'.. &* '
played w4z'iftnpychofMeseale. ,
t' : :; (-r Col, M. IMitrtin by three,rotes. ,At Exchange of BO2d8-The Comptroller cf motion' James Paine Jr., was *
< 5 oVlock the Convention then judge. Agitation i is acknowledged ,. 1Ir.'W.1IV1ft tht-n"ralll'd' upon the advertises' that in accoi dance ,with the Editor Xew South.:-In the tsue of elected delegate, and Wright Brothers Applyatib. FLORIDA SAVINGS t7Stf J BANK. S
Adjourned until
I Ii : to be the'I purest of purifier:* and the goldor .phitiorm, from which he delivered a law passcdjast twntrr.} be'i in'now, )ready the Union ot the 6th inst., appears'a letter ,alternate. .

: C o'clock. lAte lust evening the fol. the to exchange the six cent bonds of over (signature.of C. Jb .Mawbey, : The following resolutions were then \ ,
$ alloy will now c-.ime to ,urfli't.. lengthy fpc-ech., He w.i followed by; per ; COUNTY AND, CITY
lowing difp.ttch wa. received: 1873 t for' scrip :issued before February' in which denies the propositions made offered by Minor! Jones and unanimously STATE
I We shall refrain from ediiorial criticism
who in his usual t :vivacious .
: Judge Knight, take tn thtr llth day ,ot in the S
!t : 'Ucgular convention adjourned until 16tlf; 1873. This will probably up me on July idopted : S SCRIP _

;f. : to-morrow. Committee on CieilentinU. until both factions are heard. The style, at.least amused the,Convcn-: a" large amount of ,outstanding! scrip, Governor oflice in presence ot Stearns, hesolced. That.Vn are,satisfied with ,

.>" rcportt-d but the bolters look p<>8!ess l..n charges feet lorlh dy Capt. James are ofa tion. t The QiO\'cllti.i'thc! ord"red that: and enhance the priceXcoriiiiiuTyf The Walton ana! C. }. Mawbey. No*r,. Mr.' and stand,by,4he"National and State udninisfrations Bought 7-tttf and sold* M FLORIDA the SAVINGS, ,'BANK.PRINTING. .

:. ; of the Cflpltol, bairing the doors and herious, tiatuir. and if hu ained willprove one hilndretl certificate of membership Comptroller also' cautions the public Mawbey: SU\H that he met me on the' and to both especially tho I

I: refusing ndmittanre to delegate A n tloplorablu condition! of countyro'.td d It'glltl'8'1Q printed.! nt'tin, NEW against( buin of It will be by affidavit, below that .
L'lntlSellti1lel.. seen entire
:r prominent delegate fats teleptaihrd| the O Resolved, That we express,our ::
Associated Prvri. Unit Governor Stearns jiffnirf, and incompetcncy)' it not SOUTH nloW: ; t'cllit.'lJ' (lie delegates to F. B. '; ,has returned to Tallah: -- Mr. Mawbey lid c.jtn'e'tu-my office'thtt approbation of the course of our ni m- (, : 'o-; '

-1, is an imbecil and trultor, unable to qu<'11 criminality of the men tmIJ'eltdilh ninth J Imme lice, I by rail!: and, water sec a nd is. now acting as general In-ighlai.dti.ket first anti second time t nd i inquired for hers ot Congress,'and believe I that: they TIlE NEIY.SOlJTIIJOB

i ; a fint riot and believed to be the iustiga- official trustS. Oii'molion a Committee! bf t fho, was appointed jent (..r lheJ.,P. & M.U. U. me,'and the third time he found me in have: 'rendered the State as good service AND BOOK PRINT1XG

tl'r tor CJf It." The picking .)cotton has commencedin my offiAlltl there,: in the presence a wa practicable in the'face of the obstacles

i!, There will be two Conventions to-day. The Nominating Convention. ',resolution-,' ) ? viz i ,: E. II, Chmlwiek this ,uuit}.- The caterpillar Mill probably ot several gelltleui"lI.luld me that the that opposed'1 them. ESTABLISHMENT., '

i j I r J. li. Lee, T w'. Lonr; ; II. S.ihirm L be cheated.this, season. Governor wautetl Luse, me. I ,llt' it<- Resolved. That we hereby publish to -
"Lt us bateptace. J. T. WALLS TRIUMPHANT. [*he proprietors are prepared to execute orders for
tiuieln and asked
ll' ted /for some ;
and Glei The
J. <'n Win. >on. S ST..JOHNS COU TY. g uig the tuulltrJ-urZLhslllut.,.abhorrence of of
: was th' day' Mt 't for he knew1 the every description
Mr. it (Governor
apa what
I Yesterday Convention then adjourned until 4 : Mawbey the lawlessness that has hitherto prevailed I
The in-
St. Augu..tlne.'re3S
.' o'clock: Then the band l'd. if J. I). Tannehill lat ul.I .
,1 M. pll1 quill:! tax '
.. '
for tim
:; tion. The und, andlooked me sonn- Finally, Mawbeyand to aid in a execution of .
The tuggestioo which wo have hith. sun ruse bright lair leetor. is a, def:miter tie the proper Such as BUHNr CARDS
The Cnnventioa.vas i composed 1 of L9 county. 1 'seated ourdcltes close '
I by my the laws at i and at all thus. Vlblll t G CARDS.WLDDlNGlARDS.
k made of various lines business oft down .n ihe-delegates low i is ItiIr. Tannehill explain any
t erto of smilingly up members and was'th'e-'mosloiderly) and, ; library,and there he' tried to prevail with Res.Iced. That a 'of these : .
proceedings
.different kind, that probably could be that congregated on the street quietone that has: ben.held in,tuU, city liar Click, a few miles inUJ trom St. Angisuincis me to go m with the, ,Governor a..dWe be furni-hed copy to the Union and fclLLHKADS.LE1TLK HFADS. ,

: carried on with success iu Florida, and corners and leaned lovingly'ugaiiisUtbawnings HIICC reeouistluctii.us( eonumenee.lAt 5oYlock ; IdnrVurkld romance < ks und! to acknowledge' Weeks ushe one tc'tht. NEW SOUTH for publication. CIRCULARS.
'
lJ Sir J. Hume Sim"ns. Fke,3e long : POSTERS.
; ijM.:, th" Conven'ion! adjourned } regular Chairman ol Republican: ,On motion A. Alex. Bell SERIIrS.
and A
: with fair prospect of at least reasonable lampoM8.| gentle Hendry, .
!eatdrd pirate, smuggler l whom xwcryou '
I 4 tine d I., The following lire the, resolutions jommittee of our countAnd l said if Minor Jones and 1 T. L. Paine were PAMPHLETS.
,
: ,t 'compensation, have not been without >reete sprung up an'd fanned 'tlin tillthe adopted by the Cun\'ct'tiun : tx, Irom the pen 'of &the facile, would do so he wnuid'let nir haveibe chope to act an County Committee till BLANKS OF ALL Kl;DS.

:::1 their beneficial results. It is by tuch very air was mloKnt of congren- I ittsoLtmoss.Senolccd volatile Si l JItI. "'Krll!} says smuggling. choice books of his lil,rar} wJdehhcsaidtvere dnlsuperceded.! COLORED PRINTING AND GILT"SORC.

j' repeated citations of possibilities in ional. honors. All through the morning by the Republican* of the Sec. cannot 1\8ul1y.( be Carried. on at Bar 'cretk, suev worth fivehundred' dollars. And On motion the mcKinjr- adjourned. ,

i(;; buflncs-, that the spirit of practical l inquiry hours, the ever changing) groups of ond f'ongrcs" mal district in.Convention Precocious"youths in S St. ,Augustine wanted that should' accept the prop* MINOR JONES, ARCHIBALD H EXHRT.Secretary. CHEAP NEAT AND PROMPT. '
,
sition. Then heft the office iu search
,'" stirred, from which actual busi- statesmen gave life and,i interest, or s"m- assembled, 1'Iinte hrrebv,pNdjrvaiiew df>turb the sombre dignity their elders I the-Governor.we 'On' the Chairman.NEWREMEDT J'
: our to'
I''I: ness results are deduced. Often. indeed bre bhudowK, as they moved about the our '10.1 It}* ttlwts irrand principles is they pera"mt>ulato the f tr"'t't, The Japitol, ,,Mr. I&wbuy'.aitl to way me that: I aLKEENE, ;:
which constitute the basis ot our Republican Press threatens to tickle the urchins FOR CONSUMPTION :
always in busy meets, till the sun was near high by md better make all I could now, fur the S BAT sTaeJAcxaqrnLL.Tsor.rDh.
every community, a portion i viz York
I '.r organizitioti: : live soil, fret publishing their namts. A Paris correspondent of the New ;10

,,I .. of its capital is either idle or so invest- mciidian. when soft and inviting rains "IJ) &'l'h. tree schools ni.d free men." Simons has solved the Bar creek mss- young,colored boy wore being educated I Times says a new remedy for consumo- Dealer In Mill aery. Fancy and Dran Goods of alt
\ -
'.f; e-d as to rn!ure to the sulu benefit of the or mu..i.iseuing fiom the open windows 2. That we mobilize and adhere to (the tery. Tlie Got:ernme't.t ,again breathes I old.vera )last 1 (told and him wuutlJha that, I was me nut out afraidof ,in the tion has been found-or at least the "kInds Keeps constantly. on hand the latest styles. of

.;4: hoMer, whit-fa with the proper stimulu, uf I National Hall-wooed th.irlug"liug piineiile| that our Government should If cly. That .long bearded man was their Ituvin:{ me behind for IVu doctors think so at this moment"in thtranruiiIJD HATS AND TRIMMINGS,
the and! for In
oi the
be pfople. by people of thu blood animals.
He
not a t mugl waa'onljr a dry
,; xoruetiiiu'S given by a chance eujrgestion Sl.ps to tbe solemn business of, tho d:'. the jM-oplc:, ami we recognize as p"IIIlt? :, sand thief. Ins-trad:r. ot t cheating thu stud}Ing just as hard now its I did:v hen France transfusion has:always been performed As\! >.Drew Goods; a fine assortment of '

"t:; could t-Hsil}*,be diverted Into channels beautiful nnd liapressive was tbe'tl'cn. en titled t to: all the lights and pritilijres (roserunient out .ot: millions "f dollars' I!; could that only the spell conversation) Baker. Mr Mawbey' trom ,man to 'man';' but while it KID CLOVES

proGtibletothc and entering'the' Hail to tho that i ujoy all those without ttJs was forced hi: boen found men to ,
t fully as owners upon tamp, any duty. this l long bearded smuggler steals easytii get {jive alsoafida'isortment4 : '
tbe P
but the CH EA ,
company by myself, Very ;
noon )
.j far m"re conducive, to the genE'rltlIH'Os' ramp of the solemn vta-igcd. ta'r de- regard rare, color or pl.icr "f birth., this dry'saml, totes it, to $t. Augustine affidavit will show'all about that. Maw- up' their .Mood for money, while enjoying -
who will join IH in building up and and *>i:lls it fur the enormous ruin of 15 the, ecl.'t of ,an exptriment in a; WHITE GOODS.
the stood the
: perity. gates. Upon platform ji-y saa he hud no know ledge that 1va,
:
miking more cndniin the glorious: cents per barrel ; all this in free America crowded, amphitheatre, amid, the applausu -
the ( Han just received a fine lot of ,
going Governor's when
: lint after all that' has bern t>o often Kind as haimonious the (colois ol t lhl'h'> ot our G \eminent. in room ; of hundreds ot students good "
GADSDE COUSTT.Qiii'ucy ehitws'tlittt;
't1J tf thu desirability and profit to their uniform as in. the notes they i sued, 3. Tnat we beam throw wide o1)n the he affidavit he came alter Samaritan: are rare in private life. .Aml.liioa HATS. LINENS. GRENADINES,'> FRENCH
\ 'i i is troubled with too'nHIt.h nits for that speiti purixJ.se. Now, in CI1ALLUS.
JAPANESE
door licpubiiean AND '
nt'
our organization ) man was nnah'e to find onereulu'to
tiir niec white trowscrs all ranged ; any
";" .en' commuuityiof the establi bnlent I Not flu and from thu w IIt-ky. S regard to my, saying that,I could not get : .
all!! men Irum the sell .his life's blood to a young Hut will b 1Io daIie..dyll.ruI-Jp.ic. 6 7 inn*
: therein of alrnott kind of row, their nice blue ulltiimmet Cotton has commenced in this with the officers the county 1
eveiy home e.ut South from the East and from the W/eM/ picking,- along r latly,until IIH mule a romantK; appeal S : -
t manufacture, it is a theme that needs with red and "Jngled'wih brass buttons white men and colotud men' alike who count". said no, such thing. The facts: in tho ani in the'rne""ot" ft;;.tl1Usn l it was OR SALE. ,: I1'J,'

I : still to be presented to the public atU-n- ; their : ) cups feathers, will aid u!'in carrying out true Republican Bat shooting in Quincy is, the latest ell, uru th' svt Mr.' Mawbey nile only : quit. impossible. But Dr. O. litest, ,of I SI *
nocturnal development ot the juvenile said Meofficersf11uf court would work

t( lion, that articles of home manufacture heir white flashing eyes, their blxck 4. Th.itxe principles.} hereby pledge I-Ua' earnest I cranium, and ,the! screech of the wounded against rue in thecourk*but Mat tAt juries i: is St.not Petersburg absolutely says ccssiry.that 'human He blood has RIVERSIDE, 'IlOUSliJACKSONVILLE.' ;

I. are as 81.n'icaM",1n proiuotint: .all the Hating cheek, as they shoved the w'lnd efloitjt to secure the adoption of those bats and ,the pop.of the instruments ot would beptuktd a9.Inst me it I dill notaccept : performed the operation transfn-ion FUt.
into the iuMrunii-nts till burst- death is the melody. wafted',through the the But if I did accept -
interest of local trade, as are those that gorgi oua Constitutional amend in ems passed at the pioposillou. thirtyon.times.. In sixteen of his eases Well' adapted for a Cnc private residence or' -
.c nro manufactured elsewhere, w'hilu tbcru ing loose it mingled with the midday lust Mission of the 1 Legislature, and wo town on the wings of 'tho ,evening ze- the proposition the juries would. be 'defihrinated, blood was employed class boarding house. 'Two stories-*with mansard roof;

breeze and sailed in delidotfs harmony also pledg! .our ,unit*'d support] to all phJ"ri: packed' in myfacor nerd ih- otHcers of tin practice ,generally condemned. In the 18 sleeping rooms, i acre land. 49 orange trees. The
: remains this : and ot in this
: i tery Je.chled difference between a\a-t of leloim wherelthe State Ic cream suppers cool tho heat)-dtempeimeiits coun Mould arrange it that I would finest location cheapest piece property
nr-uj-uies remaining fifteen cages'Iho blood :of vicinity trice, including ibout .QUO wortuoinir*
them. Of all thc results of trade until beneath its influence men &c., ot"i: the 'Quineyite." nin all case and in of and
mI:iy be placed on a uioro wire bas s olecoiioni : ; my consequcn.ee i beep'was used There wu one death; Diture. Sto.xio, half caah, baUnce in one two

I in articles manufactured elsewhere, it i is would date, and do "untold" .deeds for the }, integrity and material: pros- The Quiney Journal, says : A pro- uy success j his while lawyers'would haven in; three other (s, there. was, no perceptible rears.
tracud iuteting is oingon in the A. M.E. I. always join in with me to ecergain any
onlylbe potlts of the final salo to the sake of the nomination. J. peiity., : improvement ; in the remainingvletfri For toil panicnlars address '
; :. Chinch ot this place, and great efforts suit thein tli es. Ai.d 1 told him it could A. F. STYLES
That extend!
At 12 the 'Coiivtntion was called b. ; we our 111'11'1ym- cases there was a marked improvement S
t-ousumer iliat if main in the communit ) und be done and that I believed it had been FU.
} patht to tire Cuban patriots who'are so are Icing madu to, get ,up a rexival, throughout, and in some JaiksonvBlc.
(tvlu-rc that sale is effected; while in the to order by Wm. II. (tlea!on, Chairmin :Lrlie ll}' eking to obtain those lights i to u-e ':i negro phrase, n great man}* done; in some.ol my cases in the courts. :i"e3'perfect rnres. Dr. Hesse hopesto' If not SOW by Ncwmixr is .the Riverside: H me

, rend the of the The list and s.'.mu I tew ,have "come thiough." as! fa1eas hell seems to h.b, en in warding .745ww6iaf1E
meeting. That will and
otject 6.
; ,all the JJ'ott of 'every description, we earnestly! cordial when phthisis in this way. Dr. Get tell ices
Then* rentals election trance he said that he- could
: "whether growing out of the mauufac- of de gates was UennisEagan. l )} t-uppoii the State jtclminirtrationand always; precede an a 'get baIJi.d I the transfusion of sheep'.* (blood!
l.t.a'111. und looked the best oSice in the
be ne or
in all ef- may upon us a part any county
our dfligites Congictsin, in twoS s. In one them was great JACKSONVILLESALES
lure or the labor t-mplojcd therein, 4 Secretary of the Commi ee. The lull loitstowatda curing for the State thelargrst ot'lhe t electioneering. machinery. S and also when he called 1 me back when improvement, and in the other a complete -

: '; well a the profits of the sales, go into Hot answered to their names. RevFulin mea"-uift ot uyjtenal: prosperityand 'Thu same paper; also! bays: There,is I[ had got opposite the 'l'rclsur; r'lI office cure. AND LIVERY'

the n. Scott was then' elided temporary the comi'leic ot true no county in the State hurt ,c.m compare and \\alked outside the Capitol and .
pr-Irsgsaud resources of the local njpitm.u -- ----- --- ---
J with G.ul-den. It ha.Oa ot again asked what office he could for '
population yet
;
of the Conveiition, an! Uepnblieaif iiiriplcS. 'Local Advertisements.
hu"Iuebl. ChiruU 7, That WK Jjcaitilj,endorse the .National about 10,000 souls; it is the highest me. and n.y reply was that all the offices STABLES,
:t The ir stance recently cited by us of J. C. Gambia temporary Secretary sulminibtralion'in\ all its ; \' point Hoove the t level of the ''S"ilt in the in the county were tilled! up. It,i is"possible i Ii I- ',
PUBLIC NOTICE.
tho litile ,toap factory of 'Mr. Buesing, Then the band played. Alter the music o out the fnl.dllml'lItull'riodvle* State ; it has four towns; it ,has six that Walton was' muddled when ,C. B. McCLENNY, PROPRIETOR
Fal'l' -
rivers and' creeks that hu made this ,Q'cr'to mo and! From and 2fier' this date, Monday August loti-. .
in nfl illustration in point. lad ceased, the .tt-morary| Chairnian of the Republican; party. Mieums, run especially -t--
", ItrooLlyu. I made charaeteuistio: ,. lie of- 8. We tJ lit\'c that in the State through it from north to couth, or nearly i w henV call to mind how he has 'l IIl'Co .1874 the public wit {.lease'to understand that Mr. s Notice!II given to the public that Save porchasedheweUknown
Hero fh'e per cent of the gross ; Jpecci : present MI, and font-four smaller clueS with innumerable mourning' over Adams' appointment as i Alfred Horn has no Direction wiih my establishment HAKTklDGE b'TAB!,ES.oppo>lie
&lVnt. ailmiuslnuioti hitxe honest arid
f ertd thu.usual thanks to the Convention : Wtf Jin collector, la other we1U'TkUFCL1'J' 'l HO'l'U..a have on hand a'
employee or manner.
as
I .l ino for the manufactured coininiical: State (Government; worthy of huge*. fiee-stonu springs; it Ostm.ister. Now as all three of these any
Parties who be 'Indebted! to me will find tlieir
:'J ankle, was actually expended in the &e. He hoped to see the Wesi the.entire confidence of the people., has thinj'-ci bridges, beside two railroad : gentlemen seem to be witness for taehither. accounts all re&dy may fur collection by calling on VERY :LARGE STOCK OF

:"., '.I- all the profits of tbe man- equal to.thu; E.ist.:; Ho hoped to bee all !. That,we,urge ,ti|>on our lutnre as bridges' and, many trestle WOI kf. we mu".t.take up the 'circumstances JVL.CS HAKATIBB, Merchant Tailor,
'icillJble and' well Mt tubers of Congiefs And with this large population it only in this case. First, was tht'r a conversation HORSES& /ULES FOR SALE.
k of the tradcis to swell the railroads'" opem.t in : prosperous :u> our preMMit 8-12 at Laura near Bay strcZ.Jacksonville Fla. i ,
go the services ot eight doctors and between tltun I
t.) use their utmost, endeavors to en:uges Stt'arnsJ"r i
the home capital and the condition; also tho water courses, nine Maw Those desiring to purchase will nod it to their advantage
.t tax-paying secure the necessary fat, 'ililies to increasethe (awyers. Thuptople arc healthy hey and t mJsl"Jr' Mawbejand-Wal- REWARD.
and
t i-n.perty of, the vichity. Had the urtido &c. Thu following Committee on credentials I commerce ol llm, iiies and town on and:peaceable.' S ion both say tht'r'Il .' Second ,did If thi person who carried away the coat and pktoln stock,lu adapted examine to all this uses unusually targe attract**

sold been of ,manufacture was then Mpt[ inted by. the: our fceat.nuid by such' judicious harbor WASIIIKOTON COUNTY, Mawbey come to my office and) tell me ( >m Brooklyn wharf last bursday evening will return 1 am aUt receivingA

) I lurd1 Chair O col'd. Madison J. improvements a* are foe that tht :Goxernor wanted .to, see me PMr. the same to this tiCce;he will be generously rewarded
and sold] to the only the : good, ( ) necessary. out of debt. COMPLETE. OUTFIT OF
: has made affidavit thai and no questions asked or kpl proceedings caken.TO
local. rnerihants E. Leo, E. K. Cbadwick, li. S. Harmon 10. That ,we urge upon the Congress Vrinon! i is shipping a !liLr own profits lie did Mr. Trent will do the S '
and
plsona to tot, amend the 1II.ml'.I'u,1 laws as to sweet potatoes to Pi-nsaeola. same PUBLIC. BUGGIES PHAETONS AND

would bai'e remained br. is only aud Johnson (cui)!)of Columbia.! Then secure the citizen trout danger: o!! forfeiture pro Miles Mountain, ..C Vernon, 5 has if necessary.,1 rid 't,> will Mr. Proctor.Well I take pleasure in THE iniroJucirg to the, public Mr. F.S OTHER CARRIAGES

', 'Je tif thu WMJS 'which every deserip- the band played. D ,'h;Montgomery, of bin lioineMead by rca-on ol done mountains. !in the beet .ltll" ; He ,'thl'lI1". ,Mawbey is the material: CvBidwell. recently Irom Savannah as my successor tOf "I

tion of- home" manufactur i*locally' beneficial with hU u'u.t1 courtesy, offered I ruoI non-compli.utce I (Jhu )Jaw as ,to fiu.ilpioot. has- ,biaten himself-by a now dead-beat. witnes* 10rJtf! e'' detente. Then. Mr. In the Wheeler & Wilson Macutacturing Co.'* office In ihe latest"stylesFOR

for It lution that be provided withiu hybar This beet measured 2 feet S inches in Mawbey say.* hw did not know that I was this city. Mr B.dweH Is thoruughly acquainted will 5, "
: w'ol'k to the same end by .h'l1 would oing to the Governor's room. According LIVERY SEKY.1CE.
That l having
11.( we impress upon our tircumfcrtnce and weighed 181 pounds.ESCAMUU the Wheeler & W.bon sewing machine beenTor
fr ,hing homo employment i craving Jor the reporters.: Naturally the/e- Senators and Ueprt tentative in Coniress to I the Itgal maxim; wiinesj .who years connected with the Savannah General Agency .

41 lauds, and a catb market for home pro porters dec'ined, the bar portion1 but thu urgent necessity of developing COUSTV. gh.[ false,testimony i in, one 'particular! ,arvJ Is an expeit manipulator and adjustor of the Which,will be(urnishedAT

; ,iluec. thanked Mr. Montgomery the Citur- the internal r's"un'l.Lt of .the,Suite and Port Stati-tics.;During the season, ('cannot be credited as to any: Fnlsuminunofalsum same besides biinz ponscssed'ot their business and socialqualtfiatfons THE

i : \ that to this did, we (favor, at an early from October 1st. Ib73 to July l>t, 1874 in oninbus.fntlsein. 'cndycu' which wilt render'alt his dealings SHORTEST ,NOTICE

'A local, In our Ilapr. recently calledttentlon teny.Tho, day, the opening, of inland! na\igaiion there, cleared from this port for foreign roe talsein nil. Now let'us talk'a little with the,public both prufiuble and'pleasing.. AtDVNIHx ,"

i to the flct the active woik ConnniUca on crcdlltat. rep rt- between the Gull of Mexico and th,. Atlantic ports*, 409 vessels of uu ajrsrregate tonnage about tb.it article in the 8e.tinel headed Allow me at this bate to express to tbe patrons of the

then going on on the Railroad wharf' In ed &&n (.&\'or ot I the urlglollat lcf.gLtes ocean byway of St.- Johns ii\fr: of 287567.39 tons.; Tire lumber "The. incorruptible John.", The'&nlinelinvariably Wheeler' Wisoo sewing machine tn this city and vicinity MOST 'REASONABLE TERMS.

.1', 4he construction of small honses be read by Svcieiary Eagan. Tiie follow and we,hereby eaHu1ini and demand ol shipment during this ptriod weir 10,- meant tosay bccaa-'Ithd notaccept my earnestS ppreclation their uniform' courtesy -0- ; aS
t and Senators III 997,753 cubic left hewn limber:2,6909U8 ? .- ,IhoSH infamous propositions I was and the hope that the same 'may' continue to exist S
the namouuf the our Ufjircsi-nlatives ) is authorized and
ing uro delegates: Ma.C.M. BR ITT A my Agent
completely finished here, to be transported ( cubic f'Ctt'1I1I'n do:, 24,708.79.5 's'u- between then and successor.
,because my
Congress a.renewal, active and \igorous corrupt. Conupt mYSt'1fod Manager and will*1(rays be found at the Mablcs ready
to the Wfet Indies, the lumber LIST OF DELCOAThS.ALACIIUA. exertions to accomplish HO desirable perficial feet luraf>er. ?1'ntltl-8tlmafccl I Johi( R. Proctor did! not take the nice A. K. FiBcrvAt.BASE to attend to all business appertaining, to the establish.mcnt. .
: McCLl NNY.Sffttmitr
L J being wwed to older by Drew & Buck!, ..-J. T. Wall, Uco. Washiugiou niesult. \aliution, 9575.962.75.' During thinionth little fifty"dollars' 'piece offered us by i BALL GOODSAt 16.iForneckues$,) C. B. >

and the mechanical! woik and T. C. Uass, W. Porter. Jo>eph 12. That with malicq towards none 'ending' J lily.31st. there cleared 8 Senator 1.. (;. Dennis,tho Sentinels pet, Santa Cku Bazaar L'Fogies Granite Block

framing Welch Uichard Hughes D. V. S. ,with charity lor all, buluilli firmness in. vesist-U fur ;iordgnprnts I 1 with. 228,573 withdraw: our objt. tions' to the confirmation corntr.!Bay and Pine,nnxets,' ,Jacksonville.Florida.. f
done here workmen. These a'j i-ulih-feet and bows call at Buckj's. '. ..
by our ,
own the right ns (>od t-hall glue \\i>- to bee the ol timber "'I U1.MD feet of of Mn WeekHS Sht'i1l'or-ur S S 4' S S '

houses, somewhat *similar !.character, ton. J. W. Valentino, H. S. Harmon. right we prets' (ow. id tu.an assured lumlier.-I'ensacola Rep'hlii ('OU'lItCOI rupt I.eranse I did notlVke, TO RENT '

( but better 10 quality than those manufactured Bn it)FORD.,Ahiahaui Lawrence,J 1. victory iu the coming campaign. Burglars are amusing them' lrps in the one thousand d.iIIrauffcred] me to For the summer. A large furoishen, room, on Bay B. HiJBBAWfaeksozwilfr ,
of
street the office SAMUEL
Pen acola and thus far have succeeded ; Apply'
for are very sufficient Jenkins. begin with by W. K. Cessna' ,another e 4-astf THB Naw SOOTH.ICEXREAM .
Calforar. -
,
\'t 11. tho Sentincrs three' .
of
to unseat
\ for climates B&it.-Alfred Simon. The, Ohio liver Pat is pets, -- Fa.t
MS in the Wist Indies steamer Rogers
8 war "' CHANG E coujar.Hon. Conservatives who! had been (fairly ehit.ed S
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or the Gulf Suites, and while susceptible OKLVAUD.-James Plln'e. Jr; now"Hipposed rupposed to have been H. 'B. has to tho Legilature of 1873, In order That acknowledge' to be superior to any ever to be and Dealer in
Antho'ny
of quite a.nU-e finish for a morefxpenMve CLAY.-Wm. White, Henry Dram.CoLUMBlA. ., i i burnt horrible through the malice ,of a tlfief.fact ten acres of orange land atEureka.lie purchased to fleet some of the 'SentineFi pets to had In this city previously is to be obtained at the Importer '

G. J. Jones J. II. Armstrong The accompaniments the United States Senate. This is enoughat Temperance Reading Room at La F"Hri6111..

out an' IRON AND STEEl
description, can, of the ordin- that there we 'e tw\ut.tive or more lives contemplates setting orange i MM HHVMBIM BHH BVB** HARDWARE

I' ury kind, lea furnished at a'very reasonable Benj.ilcNvisbAlfred Holland.Duv lost In thu tlibulter-libould make it a grove at once. present. The Sentinel seems to be in S FOR RENT.A .
trim but I hate But EDGE TABLE and.POCKET
TOOLS.
fighting to fight. :
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J R. .tto Lee J. E, abject of'searching inquiry. The rca The Swell s. are' "whitewashing" at furnished room, centrally located.. Rent low.
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figure. :Th'ey ,would cost little, >, the enemy has not caught 'me without '
I $1t. Santord. and Stearns CUTLERY
ions given for the belief that the burningwas Muwbtty mayneedth6 I Apply,at this office., ? -
Lee John Chappell andammooitlon.
I hav
of
than ,
more plenty
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hthel
a common log-house Swedes guns
any ; wliite'waah" them mta HaMBviiwiMM**
result of incendiarism, ,
the are us Nails Class Paints Oils
,Glue Putty ,
tIn be In f hours Alfred Abram Grant, A. A. l plenty artillery ,that has not been used, ,
put up a -w ,:are more Grnt follows: About two woks ,ago a negro ere. long. THAT SODA FOUNTAINla ;'
i: j ,,'nda'h. to health, and much more Knight. Wm. A. Summerall.DAPE. thief was detected by \\he Vatchmahon Tbe South Florida Journal h 'becoming i' HS yet, and whlcb..1U! be position to .the Lfvtrita cigar store Is admired by aD.6ijtf LEATHER BELTING.RUBBER PACKING.
fire in a' few days. I do not know any-
nat and pleasant the rye. This bust! .-Wm. U. Gleason.HAMILTON. ; the Rogers'who fired ,at him but much a got'interesting', relaMe and paper valuable and publishes matter.; thing, ,about ,the Dyke-Conorer' 'Ring, S _ STOVES TINWARE.CROCKERY. PUMPS
mi ed him This look
JIC furnishing dj-thade houses .-Peter Crooms,, ,James negro' passage "Helta." correspondent of the,above but I do,knew, that tbe Jacksonville Rinf BUY YOURSELF A HOME. .
on the Rogers when sb'- l led this wharf pa. Lead and Iron Pipe
4 has In tbe North and Northwest been Burn ham..MAIUOX.. and was heard to to per in doing a noble thing! for the cause his: come very near disgracing the; Republican ViitA-sm OB St.johns river b o cred for sale. *
Tuesday
on nay x>f Florida. ,As to, tho One of the mat, desirable place lo the vicinity of Jack DOORS.SASH.BUNDS.MOULDINCS.SUCAR
party
engaged in at gaprft, and why not .-Birch Gibson, T.W. Long, say to several negroes.beI.re I startingthat temperance, with her pen Keep it Impeachment hundred dollars, no soavllle containing acres-about 8 acre ready,fat

ht-rtsf This:. question at Samuel ,S. Wall, W. A. 'Wilkinson, hc'i, would''make' It hot ns h-loi S up., man'wlll'dare.to say that ho eyer' offered planting. For particulars.apply at'the counting-room Mills,':Evaporators; &c.Cai.Fiing '.

the present time when our ordinary! Da\ld Jacobs, W. J. Tucker. that watchman before the boat reacbetCincinnati j;:NA8SAUCOIflTY. ,me. directly: or tndireetlr centto orT l NEW SOOTH. .}tfCIGARS Tilt
I \, ,' The' opinion Is express Mr.. Mawbe/s attempt to boy Wallaceover of Rq J"r. JoMing, and I
4? suwwcrduhloss I. aggravated by ihe ,MADiSoK.-A.-B. Olg D., Montgomery by one of the officers 'of the line hen to the,Leon comity1'bolters, by giving vote for,the impeachment anybody. SminrdoNtoordn., dJ!
iso let the Sentinel with it.
unumal decline in the prices of lumber, J. C. Mays,' E.' that ibis negro set the boat on ,fire and him his law library, recalls to our |, t WALLACE, I Imported domestic and of their own manufacture .

i_ with tt accompanying contraction of I. Alexander, A. J. Coleman, D.Eagan.NASSAU. cut the. tiller '' >." Th, boat 'anccargo mind one Carren's. witty remarkl.lnr Tallahassee Aug. 8,1874.JoH3; can always be had.a better article and at a lower price CENTRAL SALOON,
who than any other place In the city, at Cato ft Go's lA
operation a..d discontinuance of employ-: Samuel Csar Baker. were valued at 130000. pJy to a haughty judge imperiously '
Petty, AFFIDAVIT OF JAMES D.:THOMF80K. F 1IJWriJ4. ,6-ijitf BAY STKEET. Doors West LAURA.
'Gov. Woodson made a speech in La- duclarod jr what Mr- C., .submittedwas : j

meilt.v.. W. DorM-y, C. Wk ewis.., layette county, MiISuUj-lj the, other day !I\w.h .Ythe judge). ",,ould,bar STATE or FLOBIOA. Leon County..: VICHY AND K1SSENGEN. JacksoBvOk r.a. ..

se' no jralid reason why we may OnANGE. John H. McDonald, which it was bo d have a beneficial his books." Carren archly retorted with : Personally appeared befuru tbe'Clerk ia 'of headache S J. H. BLANC S
complain
the morning a .
11.4- as well ham thriving ..dy.m'ule''fI' PVX .-E. R. Chadwick, E". S. effect 1 in Inducing, the Granger to' his inimitably innocent look drollery i xof the Circuit Court of Leon County I Many or feeling on rising stupid. AgUs*' 01 Vichy or Kissenget I The choicest LIQUORS. ,t' POOf 1;

:*, b' fHablUkments! In' a{ Francis Alfred Davis. I J join the Dem cratie party. At the close ,Your honor had better read' them first.1> James Thompson. 'The said Thorn peon from" ."Mammoth bunuia hi La Fayorha cures S S WINES, ,-" '"

IllinoU! .erew' Jrrsey here they have of the ,fffort ,A particularly attentive -Fernandin* Observer., being duly sworn' says that 'on' the I alt)such unpleasant sensation' 6-ifit ., "ALES.l' ,'.

ten kb-.wn to fuull'I -n.ltety. Anid1jti.il ST. JOIN .-1). M.-Papyi. .; Wm. S Van Granger was uked what he thought of .D. ,.Hammond aeala swings ,his llth-day of Julyj A. D. 1874, one Chan m I LAGER, ,:.JODdra

,,; \t\ that 'tho let Dykr. It. Pondering a (moment. he replied: banner at the head of :the, editorial column !). F. Mawbey- Superintendent of Public I BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS lht.'Botdcd'I.. :'''""_ fBASS'S JI tJj

I U 'iuvnt of lb. &rate and ti| infroductioiiQtt rfScWAKKEK.-.A. N. Smith, Folly reminds me of one of! ray cows. She of the Fernandina:Observer. Schools Duval Countr.' came into'the I \Vttl knd'a complete assortment of lumber dressed I aad GINGER ALE..DUBLIN, .'STOUT., ,, )

I o hazu,4itv I'commoii.tUoti of imm!: penhm, Adam-Yoiin---" raises her tall higher, bVllows and paws The vote at the St..Ml&ryg "convention Law.Office of'Wallace & Thompson, In I and nndressed mouldings,shingle,etc.,at the Depot I ,.rwi' "..cPa" .t eroc' Cf JI !
; M.UvoufU 1S; uitly facilitated by the ground, and makes more fuss thanany stood for.. W. howell, 14; tor C; K. search of John,Wallace partner .of salt I Limber Yard. Order to be delivered at landings ci IODtaaacL' "* 5 P.' Ji

: 1.l"p* .ltc'D to furnish" comfortable ( VOL.IA.-Edgar. R. Wolden,. .4 other critter on the farm' ',and. gives Duiton.; 4; a. }J. Smith, 2;" Samuel l Petty firm., That said Mawbey, Superintendent .: the River receive especial attention. The finesc -MIXED DRINICSf: d.1

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NEWS.'tXUUAT The conreiulun then :\I'journpd until I :I know you are anxious: to hear from1 which;: was all cut and dried beforehand. ,. < I'I ." ;:. URNTTORI -', ._-

CITY the 15th Inst., when it will, assemble-4t i iI District No. 2 for the year 1874, One For why-should 'I refuse to 'accommo .. $1l",..,_ .,.4/I. ,I \ -_' .' -, < ---
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I of the old board continues J. U. Gardner date a commissioner the :1"t-1" I
county why
lOo'clock& I
12, l84- the place lit x.
ACCWT same !
> Mot-NlNC ; two new ones have been appointed, fact of hit being such was sufficient se- .. '!. .-... : rURNrOJREVARKROOMS
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s'a'1 1sas 1-
-- W. It. Jamison 'and myself Sorry to curitv for $50 then it was road money, .ir'. : .
Crowded Oct. In Short. say there bu been 'a 'dUf'el' of opinion and In bis district he bad)a'right to it; ,. ..: Z' :! J. A' cw t
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Owing to the-length of the report of -Each shade held a caceas yesterday between Jamison ,and myself from so t.bou Jamison. GlLl'dneunfonned 1tETAtt PRICE.CURREXT.'

: lie Convention the proceedings of the my appointment loathe present time, as us that Mr. Turtnot supervisor of another C : D 1V I SJ & P R 'Y '
The Governor has the Barn, Freak GotKea Butter, .
Council UstMonday night, and also put up to bow the road funds shall be expend division and neighbor of Gardner's, per .3sC .;

) City against loggers. ed. To give a full understanding, I had collected $18 but refused to pay it Owe -' .' -a. IIte g1bt.hiual
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of the proceedIngs of the mi tI4.J**. :A1RLOR
the report must back to he claimed that Jamison .
carry you my appointment.Now over; promised > '. :
: Bord of Public Instruction deferred The mill men may decline being Road Law, Sec. 20, say that the him a dollar per day and he would Fahoa Market 1rr'-,- .,- : r; SUns. !.C .

until our next 5sne.t represented in the House of Burgess. Clerk of tho Board of County Corn mis- keep it. Jamison, when asked, denies oCo&.3 "_'-p.o. SI ...

ioneis shall in each i that he this X fij s.- f r 1- t &
notify writing promised man
,
In the any
are now pay.
Scuppernong grapes Mari Ccflce. U I .
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i 3 uoJay. S :: 1.; .- .*>
Road Commissioner of Now man'as ?
this
their
Dim 'Division S. uf T. appoint why not pay well as :

: market.J. ment. I received no such notice and pay Dnffie. Two weeks ago Dame *Cc.*%U1.i J.oo FIXTURES.
will henceforth meet MOSQUITO'BARS'&
: This organization .- D. Bucky has broken out in anew knew nothing of my appointment until brings in 'a bill of $3.50; $3 tor overseeing Layer RaLWnsSn..f___ .OJl .; r -.,.; Vfc-t.

,:. gt Odd FeUow'anAU, Market street on place. See what he has to say. informed by a neighbor that .Mr. JamIson hands and fifty <-enu for hire of 1 I-. _A "* ii

Thursday evening Remember member told him I was appointed.. A weekor spade. How ia this bUt explained? Macai'oii..pcvlk, ,: ." .J!. ; ..,4. I IPartoi

and visiting brethren the regularr -Five Walls in the Convention yes two passed but no, notice came, save Mr. Moody i b supervisor and collector 'Vermicelli per n" ------- '-_._ c

a piece of paper.I found stuffed into the of a separate division in district No 2. hulls. DAVISDREW.. ,. \ Suiss r _
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nl.ght.if Ib__--:_ < .l
meeting to-morrow terday.The firet and second nine of the St. key-hole of my door. I read it and When Mr. Moody.summoned his hands Tapioca per ic PJANOS-ORGANS-PtAXOS., Pslor '. 01 .t'. ''- 'C1IaaMrSuits. '0 uIIaPub

: -- found it a summons U/appear the S. to meet him for work he was authorizedto Sugar Cored &.par Ib___ ii4c cornet -Cfcaajiber

'.: Another Little Steamer. John's base ball club played a game of W. corner of om" place; with a spade turn them over to Dome and be HaY associated myself with tin bijtm Ma Je Suits. BAY AND LAURA STREET** Suits.

]r. Gordon Mayport, is building a base hall Monday. Score SO to'12. or axe, signed 'V. R. Jamison, Road Dnffie gets one dollar ,per day and Young Hysoa Tea.per Ih TSC House la the South I UB cow prepared to tD u BOB- StttM.Parlor JAcamITu.L.TL.- .,x, .,? ,.. -, *. '

the river shadow Commissioner.. What an indignity! reduced fifty cents for use of spade for doing the Oolong Tea.per IK .- 75C' nil luw prices lot cadt or by small monthly payacna .j ;}
; FnislI rti-amer for use upon -'Why is your like false the Kaabe.HaDctt & Davis *Co,Habtes&Bros.. .iV VI' J.r. 'S ,ftff de..4i
from RoaTJ Commissioner to road work that Mr. Moody should have done.I .
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ii and lagoons adjacent. We are gld toe friends ? Because it follows you only in laborer without any Teason ,assigned.I complained a second time to the Imperial Teaper Ib- -- -.t/*? W.P.Emerson and the Southern COB Pbaos j aba, -. '. w.. .

these the Gun Po'udcrTeapcrtb ,. _\JOQ Mason Hamfin and Ploabel.Feline&Co. Or&m
, the number oi steamer on sunthine. thought there must be some mistake. county commissioners and tendered my -
Easiest tens ever&i wa. Call and see what I can offer EXAMINE: OUIkGES'1PcK. ,
f jncn-a!Uicre e'"itlently' for them. "K9V still infest the Market and 1 hurried to town, met Col. Oscar Harton resignation. Mr. Hoeg was opposed to Oolong A No.i,per Ib......:_.-.. 1 ta the way of superior instruments and low prices. -..' .
Bay street and asked him if I was hearing any "long-winded story" but ; t -" ""' J "
iT to the buyers Sea Foam,per ran 300 .' 7-.g-.w3m I.H OCHUS. r ---.onf .e-'V
. prove a great annoyance appointed Road Commissioner., He saidI on motion of Mr..Eells 1 was allowed to

Robbery in Brooklyn. of and and make hurried statement. . ,.,''. L
: meat vegetables.Some was appointed, the paper was a The great Pine Apples 4 cans ** tooPc21. ,' .. ":- G -ay;
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,j Jim Hall a prowry man in Brooklyn. of the delegates yesterdaywere given to Mr. Jamison requiring my signature objection was 'that Miles Price was ab .4 1IS-'_ '........_I.PO3'.b A CARD. ;: .: ,. m .. : .. .lfl ", -..:t "t.

WH. rolil ed lint week tlf a trunk containing but .l\f r.( Jamison returned u,i iMJlng sent. It was his ditrict-tand if any .,; \ NOTICE -' .. ,'"' I 191 . 1MJ ,'. i J

I f 8UO and a suit of clothe! so subborn and mulish that they that I nTued to take it; that I action was taken Eells and Fortune would Tomatoes,4 cans for--_T' T '' 101 .I . 101 ,'._. I

about stepped on their own ears. somebody told him that somebody beard the day and'perhaps 'tmot-eJam- To t Publishers aad Printen,aH. 181. Ba1.. .loI _
boring a carry Green Cora 4 cans for-;.- .--.. our Exchange, .!,. 101 101..:6 <*'&
thief entered tbe store by "' :jcs.wuLLa.,1 _
: The I would have do ison. So action until ." 101
not to was
. me say anything postponed < "
in- .
-The ll.'E. Lee Base Ball Club F
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.. hole in the window-casing and raising with the d- roads. I never taw the' the 3d, or such time as Mr. Price was And all other good ia proportion at tbe store M-i hI .t.i' . .
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handsome .
. window. The money and trunk tend procuring a neat and paper nor knew it.was in Mr. Jamison's present. ,Mr. Hoeg .gave.as.a.reaaon ;, JOHN IJ ROCllE." / THE AXSON IL\RDV i . 1 '. .- ,- IIi t4
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the ._._ _._ ,_..._, .4... ,_ .
lound Sunday under a l o.it; rear uniform In a few'weeks.. possession. Why did Janmnn take the for not .acting ou, it that day that the "" 101 .. .. 101.101' .-,; .
were from Cot Hart when he did ',' books were' to be examined. Litest. Improved > ,, '
thief has not been -Ei ht dollars reward for the return paper not asse i ; : 101 lut". ".: _
The yet .
. the rivi r. intend to deliver it r The truth'oC it Mr. Editor you will notice on the same r III lot M'- _
of the coat and pistol, stolen from the wanted PAPER AND CARD CUTTERS.I 0I0tOl0l0D&D01alDl'IDI -.. ._ -. ; _
arre-ted. I Road Commissioner
not the
wad as a resignation'was "
wui day
accepted
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Brooklyn wharf last Thursday night. ; two were enough. same important business was on hand, have ? th. maauEtcUTCa14 tale of these loin DAVIS&DBZW,oilCl "

, Stockholders Meeting. No questions asked. By this time, Mr. Jamison and Gardner also was Miles Price, and be must do Machines resume with which my name has been*o loot Identified lOlOI 101 lOloooo.!--!-. FviMrrmroooolOl.---,-,--..., _101 ." ., ,'.',

of the SbK-kholders of had htld two'meetings. At the first something for Jamison he '
, meeting as evidently
At u ,and so atcII yell drcubted for the part fifteen 111 W1.-------------zol
thf Jnchx'inillc Gas 'Light Company -W. I!. Christy has resigned as meeting, I understand that Mr. Gardner wanted some more money and his contract FOR SALE OR,KENT-CITY. yean; aad mil.ttadkiiut.if mj m** /.a..l 101 loaWAUJIOeU. _101t' _

31st 1874 the following five Treasurer of the Board of Public Instruction confefeed his ignorance of all business ,changed from five to two years Itrrf/ter tt mrkt4s tbrm ill my//iiluttnitd ci- 10J lot lu'----------I'IoI ItIUIO1DIGD&lOtSlOtelOl .' _

held July and lion. W. A. McLean was matters, such as keeping accounts and as requested by his neighbor, Mr. SALE. CIlIA,nah arj tuumt.JtuUrru. nt tJtt c+stif. 101 tOt 101 Ill _
the
Direi-fc'rs were elected to -rve the like. Mr. Jamison availed himself Gardiner. at a previous meeting. This FPR 101 101 101' 10:
appointed In his ttead. My latest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER, 10. loa 111" 1111
coming joar: II. II. Hoes, J.'S. Sam- of tb is opportunity, and with a 'unanimous is why Mile Price wa paid $50. :and Tea acres of land on the Kings Road,only twcmSes with patent moveable cutting board,two aH-tted'tcpered 101 JIll 101 401.1

mis. Mil *IVi<*,M. liowes.O. L. Keene. -The nominating Convention held inNtioual voice declared himself chairman, this id why my resignation was accepted.Let from Jacksonville. This land r knives and icrcaiing board. still holds bs posi- tOl 101 101 -, 101. :
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TinPirvct' rs held a mei-ting August Hall on Saturday was a disgrace secretary and financier. I was notifiedby us see how much this man Jami ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE eLm as the FAVOCTO PIPE CCTTM AMONG P nrrSB. lot ... 101 _

to civilized community, so Mr. Jamison J. any '
for Chairman
3d. 1874, and elected the next meeting, it being the ,third the other conservative members of the CULTURE OF SUGAR CANE AND I price charged for it. 101 .f, :'1 .A : "_' '
bellicose and barbarious the .I'I ,. : IG1 .]j' I
SanimN for Secretary M. Bowes. I noiy. were I received the summons the Board FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. "p .i' ;
; meeting. also ot County Commissioners '
S. : '72 Ultft JmfmfJ han Card CtUv is prononaoed ."101 :iu--r.. ,:_
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: actions of many ofiU members.A .. the notice ot this meeting; 'now, why First, To do as he pleases with the road and is beautifuly located for BXHIDING LOTS. For the MOST tresiiAiL CAKO Orrrat ia the ,. .' .c t ., .. ,,

Dockray.We good ws y to protect houses from did I not get the paper beet bv Cot. Hart. funds, promises to pay supervisors be price. and terms,apply to starLet,for the general uses eta pnotiag office : ,'" i". .
The will At this meeting can use dollar to B. H. WEBSTER., ,'" Vj ; S
sequel ,answer. one per day promises with > S; VjfiW
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informed that F. A. i Place the Tkt ftU-knfom Rufflts CtrJ Cutter, my
are reliably htning. lightning-rod agent at Wallace's MiD,
and iu the prrzeepfiJustice Bue- i dt'mnfy.elnstL"I! Jj whether they ate TH.EFINESTNDBESTSELECTf I
letter A. WAUACX.Jacksonville.' latest is still :
preferred by print
: or by ,care Improvements many .
Dtickrav, i U tn I be removed from his pro- nn the roof instead of the rod The siiig, I suggested,an organization of the right or wrong; he must', collect the Florida. en. and holds its favoritism over other machines. ED IN THE SOUTH; v.. d!$': '

sent place 01! confinement (a small is- gent is more Ubra 8Y" and more per- Board, by eU-cting a chairman; secretary road money frum defaulters; he must
For sizes and prices see illustrated circulars., -' .(sjfl, -
hud South of the hie Pines.) tn Spain. ectly connected-with the lower re and treasurer.). Mr. Jamison objected ; get something out of it for himself and Latest style straw and silk Eats at,Bucky's. ," ri'r'j _
said the law did not require it. I showed friends and no person must object. Skipped direct,from the factory to-any part.of the "
| have a new trial there .
lie 'i1I1 robaby gions. him it did require it, and more than that, Well, Mr. Editor, as I know a little of SALE. country. Parlor RICH. PLAIN :1 .j '

and finally be acquitted. The prisoner -W. II. Avery has procured the most custom and common s 'rse required :I.i this man's circumstances I object Uo'remain FOR Order solicited,and can be filled by return maiL Parlorr SuitSaRa.Oam'- ; .. _

i ii healthy, in pood t-pirits and confident Convenient truck lor moving safes and At this meeting,1 was i informed that he, road commissioner and be respon- BY A. J ROSS. Address, Suits. ; 5WtIj "t.te

of release. We are informed that b8 is Other heavy materials that ever madeits Jamison, bad appointed, ona John M. sible for thR, money while be has the : In this neighborhood &-. on north side oiA ANSON liARD" ; SUBSTANTIAL Sous .

book Duffie road super visor.,and allowed one management of it. I ol-ject for good ..hley street between Pine and Laura within one aseotem Aubumdale.Mas*. CJaaaaW."it _
MSS. lur a treating Parlor < '
preparing here. 'Its' moving and block of the St.James Hotel.aad > Sett from one of "
appearance dollar to hands also Mr. Jamison is y FURNITURE. .Su.ss
per day oversee ;, easons. an irresponsible .Suits. ,
its moral and social the best boanSng-houscs ia town,two two-story t. :1h' _
of Cuba iolitical. hoisting machinery is complete. ten per cent. collecting. I objected l individual ; has nothing to risk.; SISTER FRAME, HOtTSFS '
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condition and his adventures. paling Duffiu a dollar day liS the owns nothing the law can touch. WANTED.A .
per lady of several yean experience -
E. Bollcs of the B. E. Lee Base Ball adapted to single or double tenement use, without :Ie
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.. law does not allow any compensation i These are the reasons I resigned. I chanze or expense 'Fuch having six rooms below including ia teaclifoz the usual EngSsh branches French ,
Club of this city, i is a member of the from road and militia think sufficient. If facts t ro kitchens in L attached to main house.sal and Music wishes a simatioa as Teacher ia a school A-j- .
The Thomas Grape except exemption they are more. with or private ttmiiy. Reference given i It required. We are prepared to offer oar ,stock atremarkably :
( above six closets below and four above
Judiciary Committee of thb State and five allowed the needed I them. our ; '- Item HT L..Charlie **
We had occasion to favorablyof organIzation. duty, percent; by are can produce fire-place in each room in main house. Each house Address Hope. low prices! *
Fpeak We are pfouil to record this. County, Commissioner for collecting.At Respectfully having two front and two back entrances, and drive 7-35-31 Brunswick Co-Virginia. : r1; .. _
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this magnificent native grape List ))Uffi6 way on each side with piazza across the eatire front, ,' ,
W. JAMES.
our next meeting presentedhis -,-.
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is of fl' i.Io "
Holies
Mr.
> one our representative extending round the corners twenty ket to the front .
season, and Mr. Jamison once more leport and account with Road Division - doon alto round the entire L, with walk same height /CHANGE .OF SEHEDULE.The '- -: :--- .,. ;, "7-- 4- I

favor U* with a box of them in all their ucn. No. 2. The account read: Let it Out! of hou.ie151205.et.puua.running thirty, lent-back to the double wood-. ''r '- : .r"' ; -"J _

-E. D. Ilolton, of Milwaukee, who toad District No. -: To John M. yew S01dA1-Ir ;
Edilor serious
gl<'rr. This fine grape like the ecuppcrnnn : no A WELL OF GOOD WATER steamer City Point having been withdrawn tor DAVIS" & DRE\V; .


ieccIier-Tilton sandal, is brother to Mr. I.abor per self, $9.00 of i attached,with cemented drain fiftyfeet to cess pooL .- ,... .- '
even to greater size, and is produced in Ten l per cent for collecting $29 2.90 report the Road Commissioners, Division These bouaesre within forty feet o* each other.incomplete THE STEAMER DICTATOR. UKAtCKS IX '

.t', small bum-he No disease attacks it, lolton, formerly proprietor' the Ocean 1'nid Pt O'Neil, 5 days spading. 6.25 No. 2. for 1873 be published. The painted and order repaird throughout The western having one been occupies recently a J.

: and it is thus far free from Insect depre- Iou,e, of thIs C!Y. We knew Jacksonville Paid A. & Bros. so much people demand it.' TAX PAYZK. half lot-the eastern occupying the west half of a full .uTAr.I LEO VOGEL All kinds of FURNITURE..""CARPETS.* '
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: id kit.upon which is a lawn with orange pack sad fig
i' D.
would be in MATTRESSES.WHITE PINE.WAL-
3 dati.IDS. It i is worth,. extended cultivation. represented some way trees and gripe vines,all under tbnity growth. Abo WIT until amber notice,CHARLESTON. eve-y ,
The amount paid nut as near as I can on aonh side Fonyth street, between Market and NUT.andCEDAR.LUMBER.etc., IJW _
-Mr. W. II. Sherman is d.*:uonstrat- BalL TUESDAY Y evening and SAVANNAH WED-
-r remember Amount .Base ,* Liberty a two-story-and-a-haU house of thirteen rooms, every
was $38 to $40.
ii'J
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: --a-- big what he knows about upholsteryand collected is $29) A of tbe R. E. Lee built ia 1870 by the present owner ai d occupied feet by himas NESDAV,for Florida,arriving tn JACKSONVILLE | JACKSONVILLE. FLA. '
The Fort "Excursion you sec ; -a good beginning regular:meeting a private residence having sixty frontage onKonr.h g _
George carpet cleaning business His testimonials paid out wore than he took in. street and finy iwc and a half feet oa Adams; every THURSDAY. I ",.. .
Base will lie held the
at rooms
BallClub distance between tecu two hundred and tea feet with
s
The 1t'uoi"n the officers
: planned by and his Now Jet us examine Duffie's account. Swiss ButBa and white goods daB kinds at Budc.
, are good ,many patrons large cistern bath-room pantries closets and water .
of the Phoenix Hose Co. ,
of the Florida Bank and Real on Friday even friers uaaQ lot of rarromre.' AH ,RETURNING*
Savings The amount is entered as l labor when on thr e : including
the thorughtRss
this
in city can attest to the should bu but ing, 14th, at 8 o'clock. All, members the above mentioned property being situated on high : -'
Eft well executed charge lor overseeing,
me Exihange, was by cunsidered
'I ground, as .
his work. .
characterizes
which Will leave J'ALATKA THURSDAY evening .
p Mr. Greeley, Treasurer of the Institution. as I objected, they cloaked it over asILl'tuallabur'which lire requested 'ftr attend as business of HEALTHY A ANY PART OF THE CITY. every PROSPECTUS THE ;t'" _

An advertisement in another column is a lie. Now. let importance will be transacted. and free.circulation of air all Will JACKSONVILLE every fllDAyaornuig.to :

Monday last. indicates where orders can Ins left, us sic about Pat U'Neilor the man thatis 1K at a very l figure a,a t.Ol is suit the tide. FEit."lANDIN..am. day,arriving ia NEW YORK WEEKLY ftF.R4 :.

* The object (if the excursion was to said W. U. LUCAS, President. d settling up. apply to the .
; to receive $6.25 fur spading. lie o p ROSS. SAVANNAH CHARLESTON. ia time to .
J.
: show up Fort George Island particularly : -Was this city under military burveil-'! was a .monthly hand! of Mr. Jamison ; he L. HAYXES, Secretary. 0.Jacksonville. Fla.,July i, 17+ JAMtS GORDON BENNETT.niormirroc.. .9 '

'.. ) the eastern {portion, which has been lance yesterday POne 'if Uncle Sam' put him on the road and smuggled him Also by same party t lor .ale or rent,two smaO houses CONNECT WITH NEW YORK "'o'I"'W _
fancifully dressed corporals stood on the on to Duffle's account, and Jamison METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. of(our rooms c.corner L and Church soeets. STEAMERS.
corner of Bay and Pine streets for sometime : pocketed $6.25, nearly one month's Oblan& wca at 7 A II. 'P. II.aDd II p. AU the above named 1 very desirable for
':: owner, Mr. J. F. Rollins, and I wages, for 5 days' work. But this is not daily.by &he Signal ,crvic* U.S.A=y.i. ibis dry, Norther!*visitors. p 7-41140 AGENTS 'WEEKLY HERALD published very-Sa: _

,. are now being offered lor sale by the ready. perbap to charge on and all ; Pat O'Neil did not work 5 days and -to". "It un..__. !,.. RA"ENEL&CO..t.BRAISA *. pnce arday.:-at five cents per copy. Annul snbacnptkw, .t1Ii..., _

'. above Institution, to afford! a watering "Mirround" the convention, in the event could not be called more than a half Alii. :0 g !9 i It -= i1874. :: Linen and duck suits BuckyscUs.THIRSTCLASS D ft ROBD.TSON.SaYUmah. One Copy. f* "'**
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of their 'being a lack of sweet harmony hand. lie was a very old man, not less Three Copies. -' j1 7 |1FiveCopics. t'
?
place accessible) to Jacksonville. : ; JEFFREYS BRO.&SON.FemandSnaJEFFREYS *
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than 75 years and sickly at that. Yet i :0 is a -z Ii ,5'r'i: .
in that body.MnjorTlussel. :1 : FURNISHED HOUSE Tea Copies. -
: .
The consoled in of such ; 0 IBRO..JR.J.AD .
party part made quite an anima- Johu M. Dnffie' presented his account, i I :0 a I I 1.FrL Postage five centS per copy S
: men Judges Raml.i'l 1 and VanValken- under oath, 1L8 actual l work done on the 7 9 J 9 17 72 SI Gcatle .ao OcarSat. In IACKSOXVILLB Palatka. Any larger number,addressed to ntmm of' subscriber -",t

: berg. Men he. Wasgate and others ted speech at !the City Council in refer. road. Afterdiscu-singthis bill, I asked 7 30.01 80 74 S Fresh 0.00 Clear THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OF LADING .Si 50 each. r'... _
club often
be
Tin
W sent to
Gentle An "t
S 0.07 90 49 0.00 O'dy extra copy every
all of whom were well pleased with the ence to the falsity of the City Treasurer1 Mr. Duffie if he bad any more bills that ., 9 3000 8S'7 SW t'raII o.oo, OdySun. FOR SALE GIVEN. Twenty cupKS to one address one year.. $13.. "and. .'..i

claiming in the main that th* did not appearouthis account. lIe said .. 9 7 3o.o I. 74 SW Ge 0.00 O'dy 5-ajtf any larger Bomber at the Nee pnce.. :
trip. the. Ihland. the pnyected city and report yes, he owed' John Mi-Kmnelly, (D's. 9517 19 6 NE Frc.b .o.) Fair T aoi.intending to remove to h Two extra copies wilt be seat to club el twenty. ,'; t #
p
Treasurer violating nil oath. The a. Eo tI6 NE. Geode 0.Oev on Adams Street, These rate make tae: WnxtT HE AU> &heCbeato
was 9 30.03 DZIALYNSKI
iU "ur roullttins. iirother-in-law. four fi\i-duU4rlS for o.___. Mnt.I.. ORRIS A. ... 11
) or Mon.. to $1 82 Nt. 'Gcutlc 0.00 Ocar ro 1.,1.1 --- M I publication ia the country
- The contemplated early hour uf leav- Treasurer being present denied the woi k he, Duffie, authorized- him to do. ;. -,; 3x05 80,40, NE Fresh Clear .J-- H. : SFRD'.Apy T'erinacashiaadvaucs. Mo ey MIlt J-mail,wQIb. *."....
the risk of the sender.
Gentle'ooo Clear GUXLXT.
78 8a E to J. C. at
ir.jr, ((5 A. II.) proUthly prf\ented revewl charge. A social committee has been I made a few remarks on the merits oluch T_. II 9 7 30 30 04"9 79 8a N Gentle, ojoo Fair ,*. M.nl 6. 1(74. t S8tf AUCTIONEER A gracious portion of the WIDU.T H AXO via I. _.', __ __
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'trmu joining in the excursion. appointed r-xamine. the matterand, the bills and the manner' in which the a 3006 93 19 NE Frail ojoo Ocar appropriated to !. Horticulture Florkaituret.inhtnh .***
of domestic
and the
: ;Ma) t-ui-cet attend the eziterprise.Duval Treasurer ordered to report to said com money is wasted. John,. thinking.belied Barometer'corrected far temperature and deration. Rubber and suits at Bucky's 'AND' Parucuiar Pomotogy atteadoa management wiB b*paid sins to Reports of the-L.,*
o
a poor show, disappeared without Marketspcrior
mittee. his claim.I I' COMMISSION MERCHANT, The ala will be 10 make the WsazLT flw.zss _..
.
i : Agricultural Society. pressing MARINE INTELLIGENCE. XTHEREAS'At :meeting or the to any other agricultural and family,newspaper- vj,.
all theeo to the
reported proceedings
; On Saturday last a meeting "for thepurpose The Road Commissioners. County Commissioners-. their next V V Trustees of the the Jacksonville of the G l&h Q kinds of merchandise nceiftd'oa consign. IA Every tbe country.number cf the WttxirHnAiB will cental .!09 ;
i&; ARRIVALS AND CLEARANCES AT THE fORT.Or. .organized na er a AJ' and told auction sale.ciItfliStCd. and the latest sad most important news ,.
: at or private idea
ment
, of organizing an AgriculturalS'.viet5 1 Editor New South:-In the NEW meeting, and 'asked if they would do JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.A.' p State of Flunda.approved January 8, the.h a by telegraph story from sit parts ol th*world up to the aonr"1Durincthe "'
SOUTH of the 8ih, two questions are something restraininrJaniisun from this ia the city of Jacksonville.Jaaur I7th,1874. rl ot pobsca._' I -S
it this county wa held in the AJUUVALk. lowing rooluuoo Every description of goods to me O isis WcxxtTHsmAUt'
't' oftI(4)fL; L. Kobinon & Co. Cu L. asked: Why was Road' (Jorumis.siVwerW. made of spending the road money it Aug. 8,ch. ..Steel_.New Voik. -AwAW. That the Trustees of die Jacksonville of the G will be disposed of tt will caataia a session mourarr cf COOZKS 01 the proceediazs the and the b-J<--*
; James relli i ;uation accepted ? Why not, I would resign, Mr. Eells offered Aug. ic.ten. Fr.H.Jrock.. Mouk.N. Y. Light Company organized of under a a Li en news by telegraph from WasiuBgtao.Politkal.ReBrious. .- .','
'; A. llardee. of IIoneynio notoriety, wa Miles Price paid, for building a some resolutions to govern the Road Aug. 10. *ch |eoiii E bia-nwas. Yuung,.Charleston turn c the and State are hereby Florida empowered approved and instructed BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE Fashionables Artistic. Literary sad Sporting "'*

,: called the meeting to order, and on hi. bridge, $50.: whent was not according Commissioners, but this Mr. Jamison ,:. Co CUAIABCBS.Aog .' 183.b t cap nock of the several stockholders aocI' Editorial lat lugeace Articles: Obltaary on the Notices.Varieties.prominent topics Amusements.of the day.a if,
books of the Jacksonville the and accurate returns made. .
; motion C. Codrington, Esq., wan nominated to contract and he had not given bonds ? paid no attention to. Shortly after making 8.tch.Minnie .t.udtoa New York. of Light this Company corpu'a organiwd January tjth. 1874. u G to owner, prompt review 01 the Cattle sad Dry Goods Markets.Fia a- "
Also in the proceedings of the Board of tch. Tovmea'.N.Y. of Florida, dat and Commercial intelligence and account. of haportant ,'
, this report, Mr. Price, in company Aug.S, Jacub Ridgeway act of the It gislature of the State PALMETTO BLOCK. _
Chairman and Mr. J. W. Whitney Conia.is6ionera published inSiiturda AU. 10.tch. Early turd. Kecd. New York. a tied 4 Aa provide for the creation of corporations and interesting events of the week _
County with J. II. Gardner met me 'and asked Aug. tch. JCMC U. 1IIiIh."I':yler.New Yoik. Kl their and liabilities.' 7-tw3m JacksoBviDe.Fla, The H Juuj employs BJ agents ia the country nor
Secl'\.t&I)'. The object' ut! tbe meeting \'* Union we find that the complaint me to give him an order on R. P. Moody M. August and to pb, without powers delay m app in distant cities to caavass for subscribers,as none arc. ,. .

t and organization was btatwl, and iif Wl James was beard and his for $.O; .said he was hard up fur m >ney.I sec. '9 of the b01 this c.;. L. COAN. the necsury.W ny Any HntAU person should pretending be treated to be as aa a ag--at common fur _

) resignation accepted. Also, a motion NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Which o S W swindler. The club has abolished the
Col L. A. lUrdee system agency
then to
offered these resolutions asked him if the bridge "as finished this Board olTl was dr mk _
made to remove W. R. Jamison. For [system kiasafuaadcbcap.
** and It his bond He said bodsaCI chea.> JUSTICE OF THE PEACE '
. : I removal Messrs. Eells and Fortune was ready. no i w The price of subscription -- prserkaWe. -
j WHEREAS It ia of but be would make that all right. j I RENOVATED AND said resolution I hate transferred the stock a* AJTO \should be traasmitted by Pont OSce Orders. liuvtk* .
vital Importancethai (Rep. against Messrs. Price, Jones and told him that wuuld not' I order CARPETS directed,and UWT. will be a mewing of the| laid stock. safest mode transmitting money by malt.At j j' _
there bhould be an Agricultural SoCiety llot-g, (Con.) Motion lust and Jami. tigu an aoldeo-at my office ia the city Jacksonville.Florida. NOTARY' PUBLIC.Office .. small Post Offices the country wfeer Post Ot .
organized lor tbe county of! Duval, continued R4ad Commissioner. The i until l his contract was completed. I also M/de to look like aew. Alt*. on die th day of Augwt. 18".. to take IIICh farther fie*Orders cannot be obtained,Boaev may W rcmtoMis t;
and whereas I told him that one week from that day measures at mal be meet and propevbtheprecs. to SOLARYTS BlOcK >Registered Lettersv ." .
the UPHOLSTERNG
said society having this questions might have been asked why I H. H. \ Advenkements.toa l.-s aaIaer.w12 be Inserted ?

day organized therefore be it .igncdi. why a motion was made to the Road Commissioners would meet of aU kiad done ia the bett, manner. ,SecreUtyJ.G.L&. Corner BAY aDd PINE streets la the WnxtT HSKALB. .';**
he could then his A FU .'.i874-7-wt Prk of DAIX.T HntAis, four easts a eopT- All-
,July ;
Rejoiced That present request. TacksonvUle.
this society be called remove W. R. Jamiaon, and why all this W. H. SUnMANi Jacksonville Fla. anal subscrintiua pnce,Sia.always m admire. .', ,,
and abort time after this I met Mr. "
known as the Duval County Agri. squabble and trouble ,in District No. 2." Moodyand Dr. Lura and Church streets, Jacksonville FU.OOrders I '
Yeas ,
cultural he informed that he Price I OKAHUMKEE Write the address oa heists k the New At ".
Shirty of Florida. 1 will try and give you facts in answerto me paid left with Fu. hgoO, Benedict &Co..or FOR HEAVENS AND THE EARTH i ALD.1a a bold aad lajttbw haad.and fv| the aam of
Adopted unanimously. tbe above pertinent questions heretofore $50 on Jamison's and Gardiner's order. wuh R.'F. Moody will receive prompt auratS. : HARRIS EUSTIS AND GRIFFIN THE ;tack ubscriber. of Post OOca.C0aaty sad Saw i ao&'I
NOW Gardner beard me refuse Price Your orden arc rapec&biirsolicited.. a."WJIL'' plainly that M error to milling parers_ wit be liable ts4
By vote the election of this road business has been considered p.-
permanent and what be the SILVER SPRING i occur. S _
on grounds, vet signed -sf
officers was postponed until the next a small matter. Lately, however order with Jamison. Lett us take this the Ocklawaha River. TRIBUNE EXTRA NO. 9. ,,
the people seem to be more inter. And other Landioss oa -
meeting. Speeches were made urging ested and give it more attention. It i It Mr. Gardiner and his own acknowledgment NOTICE.BaAKCH Omcmc* FBUDMAII'SS.&T. Co., (Now Read]) EW YORK TRIBUNE. :, _
the and what road commissioner JacksoarUe. Fla..July*>.ilTV .
establishment a LECTURES ON ASTRONOMY
of direct COSfAH.-S SIX
a steamboat the general feeling and desire of the Depositors ta the Jacksonville Branch of the abort -. .> .,. '
line between this point and New York. public to know what becomes of the what a tool he in in the band ot Price Company are requested to bring or sea-their Passbooks TIle S n HAVE WE TWO BRAISS! : :
Col. and Jamison. While talking one day to this Branch oce.611",*ba.they auytayenned SteamerOKAHUMKEE MR. RICHARD A. PROCTOR. r Dr.'c.LBrowaotoaid.:;.;
.
Uardce road collected from to ,
offered these money year year. aad bsIa.r.AByordcrotheCcmmiuiooefe.
preambles and last road Gardinerwas properly
account
year's ,
about
,
Individually nothing collectively A. L. Riot, Master. L T. So s. .
itjs ;
resolutions:: asked why he allowed the other j.wSWADICa4dcr.Trunks II. T.a Smr FAMILY or Puums IS ALCOHOL A POISON -' -
.acr
it amounts to several hundred dollars, Mmoss. A. Ih.A ;
III. Custrrs AJTO Dr.WauTHE
\HE&EiS, The Duval County Agricultural beside the vast amount of labor performed commissioner to do as be pleased with .,- win Jea. Jacksonrftl. every THURSDAY .omi s IV. '!.* WOOL r ; .

***J deeming U essential by those who! cannot pay the required the money. G. said h I know nothing aad vali.es at Bucky t 1r... .tS.-dock ,' CEO R. FOSTER Afe*. V. Woirosjts orTMm'TAa DSTTBS. POET LONGFELLOW. .
STSTMC.
there should be *line of propellers suitable tax. Well may the question be about keeping books or accounts or such Jacksonville,Fla..Jaly'i. i"TXEFOT ... VI. Btrm anD GaowTM cw vax Souut J-T rs 'ft'
for the business and when the other commissioner 'The Extra also contains leenires delivered atthaAa.dersoa ,Lt
,. transportation of produce asked what become of this money P Is A Jl D. ? School oa PnOkese bland,but never before pub- U. S. SURVEY OF THE WEST. _
from Jacksonville to the oi told me be had paid. for this or C LUMBER YARD WWtr..
city M.
A it honestly applied to the repairfngjuf With Slap) Cadet 1Jea&G. ,
:w York and believing the said line roads or is it squandered ? 1 am satisfied that ,I believed .himand signed my 0.. aad after die ftrst of November .. By PROF. LOUIS, AGASSIZ. _
0 .
propellers would name. The next 'meeting after Price r. : THE HORSE IK AMERICA.N 9
make <
a profitable that in District No. 2 there have AND BUILDERS AnntMost SCHOOC.It. .
CONTR.\CTORS Fnsr LBMOXS TM
1. TO o.c .
Investment for was paid the $501 brought the matter 'ERIVATE BOARD (1IJaaIratd4.) lilacovarks by"nIt Ibrsh"'I.
all who would assist in been mistakes. One supervisor A SELECT THX Airr or TBACXHK.III. .
year.
the OOIlitrUmoD of It,and collects and leaves for unknown. up and told Jamison and Gardiner they WILL A TM Bear Boon TO '. SAFETY AT SEA.
WMIZtI.A8, saId line would parts did wrocg,to give the .before it caa be had Ia the m money .... Iron steamers thatwiS
Q illustrated)
materially Another year, collects. and tarns it over Kurd Howe"'Furryth street .GuoALUBTOsnr o* TJI& _
enb&bl'e
1atJ the iotertl of nil rit-ultural-1 to the Road CommliwloncM. These official was secured. Jamison said no, it was and Washington. DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER VL NoTAit WOBM oat_VAUOOS These atetestiaf Lectures and Lca.witk a a.- '. '.

ID the State, and by so *, so far as accounts bare been rendered all right. Price was county commissioner DAY BOARDERS MOULDINGS AND SAWED The Proctor-Agassia Extra takes the number and ut report of tte imporiaat Papers ,ftIIIII. the Apri ,"'
1'tntIe the wealth ua liow flotnes be **,wheel within place I te lam 1'. Extra Sedan of the "Credit -wac..N..A.cad1pot7olSO'-atW. :
proipez'ty oJ the show a faithful regard for self- PINE SHINGLES, .of die Anerkna on- _
satisfactorily accoainvwUfcaL fob .Ezu*. aad will hereafter be substituted Swikit .
cUI ut J wheel. n w'tbe *- Sockrat'BostL? '
ackllUll\--"', ihereiortf be it J terest. Road Commissioners Gardner game of -you tickle For ioiJnIadga.ppIy.this office,or M ia the "Library for OM Dollar akM otherwiMordered. enoJ aral3l5ii"ta ita laTHE _
JcaoZved That this Society request'' and Bae ng. or District No.2. made nw, I'll tickle you.15Af wrwauHiATM:JONES, at raidaao CHEAP. FOR CASH AT I I Price postpaid to any address lathe United TRIBUNE tXTRA Nevi*. rica to sheet Sams' ,!,..

that at lbtf\ be a public meeting to be held their'report for 1873. 1 understand the 1 tb'u meeting Mr. Gardiner took the ..SJIC&S I THE DEPOT LUMBER YARD. Stales.10 rants Series;twenty of Tcraun copies one Extras address.now>publUwcd *. cents OrcmUrs.: hap.1nnereaia.orseveLw g). Sin detain of the co-Matt. oft."r
C'Jly .n. 14
011 u..u 10 the cIte of JacbuoviUe,; account was examined and referred I floor and suggested, that .Price was a Mayer J. C. Crede. n-W* D-W. D. G. 'LoBber defiVmd to all of At dry sad vfcaurr.! ,by mail W say address the United State for On THE TRIBUN EXTRAS free by' : : ;.

aDd&turd.y.b.. t2lflnlt.. at 11 a. m.. i the Grand Jurr.. Right or wrong, there: good fellowthat we, fchuold.be easier b'bIcrJ.H.J\-- .,.w-.. if and at landiws on the para riwv at low raaa ,aa or- Dollar Circulars giving detail oi TBS Tsjatnra Ea- THE WICEKLV TRIBUNE., :
that ) tkUIw ". 1171. Cn AddnM Twa WLN.-Ye
al1lotel'elkd are Iw itcd to at It end., and why t Wen. Ditrict No. 2; on him and not ak him. Price, to keep iicka..pi/k. flm.. istimeinPematttn14'- teas r _

; is known as 'district. Again, the the bridge in'repair longer than two '. lOUIS J.| BRUSH &Now. is the time eubscribe for TMK Thirty WsjrrtTTwmsnu. C 1AIF"nw F.iwieJ'4r. :.- -
yed .and Bucky sen the best whlMUTS ., l.ctwu.i1k.MMr.l. .174- SiagW copies one year.$i: PM
ca.rried,.that the Florida! Chairman of,the Board of County Commissioners years- the contract calls for five. Jamison to nec address.I.each and extra copy loth*gettcrHn .

Arkid114r5g be considered the official: :I told aiim Chairman made no reply thought it better to fine Pictura* ever tshns la Florida caaaov of the dob. Specimen copies fine*.' eats Jan.1.1873.for. ,Tr Tarairm.New' -i
am was o ceioe4u WOOD& ** 'I Tararw.NewYork r Addroa '-
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paper of this Society, *-* of the Grand Jury i wait until I resigned or was removed, .1 DICTUUSaa4 GaBry : ;' .", ,' f .'..BI,.1"1. ,.THE' ,had at,WOOD t EICKXE-S. GaOary- ,. ., .AdJrcss *, I' t '. ",' t.L .'-

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t : V A Bate Ball Obituary. TbeAbt*.' .- V.: .. :.t I RAILROADS'AND STEAMERS. .('dr,".) lsCBi.' I1 01 .l"i" i," .. V., .j;_ .1<'.: :. V ;'.1.M;-CELLANEOUS'l t'. :"f ,' ,; .'j. .,V .,',:1 V t 'f, MstLLA.hUS._ -.

IE I..iHBllk b dead,' Tfcal fin '. such fr-s exist V ;: ., ., L ; '
JHnlIIW( ft :J r Supposing in anomaly! to -. : .r : V V V'V !'- -' l .: ,, .i". S t V' tj4 .
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; We.shall sec i Examine Buclty's assortment of prints. ; I ,., t V I V :a.J
nor*
: an.l atheist must benhetmostjjiniserableof : 'fot :' '} I V I .t. j: ..VV .l t h, 61 fV' 'Tf. ft. I 1 '

i He was member"ourdub.. f"1; .. V 1 : :t.? ; t.1; _t .F'-L0'R'rD'A; B'-A-N K
The oT fatherless V / SAVINGS
beings. 1dea a ; .
j : IACKSONVILLE"FENSACOLA :
1ft : Sine 1874. AND" ;J.: HOLLAND. ." ." :1,. 'iJi i (, ".1. !;" :. .. ., '

H1aaMltaae Was Irish; Mid world, swingjrigby* some blind lawof 5)I 1 MOBILE RAILROAD 4 CO. -t .J"> >'. .VVV-V..V! 'VV 'i.t. Ki I a.wJ, ... ; --TIJ .AND. ;REAL --ESTATE EXCHANGE .. nJ"t.
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t f V 11 I 'BilYk.u tllrtyi pet.' r !' chance, which may jivrry. moment expose i On and after SUNDAY, MAY i,, VI874Vtam I') -11' ;WATCHMAKER i )>:'i! ,.r. w.. -.. .:i: pncorporateJJuTy 6th,1874.1.

1 ; I He pljy 4U Uf place and was it ;.:destruction,through -an. in- will run as follows; I ,; v..rb. ', : JEWELER; :M-: .l I.-I. :. . \ ,

I t: 1, j' ., A terror vi&tb*bat.HU .' finite pace; filled! perhaps, \\'ithfo h' PASSENGER 'TRA(1\S"WEST DAILY FOR ft /.i" "V f, .. -, 1i"< t.,. l, :'r'1I.. t .V .VV ., OFFICE. IN L SV V RIOOE'S iiUtLDINd'OCEAN STREET-,}..
( ) ; jACMOimu.E..FlA.July istjil74. ...
t\ V: private virtues wen Immense i ing butfjkflering and 'wretchedness, SAVANNAH AND 'ALLA1t 'Et .(1'\1j .t a.S tt.! V V Vt TVTOTICE .'hereby given of UM l iocbrporadoo of TJ*V TUrUf Savixft Bk.fIIl Ri+i. ttatf rC&aaV .
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: : II i Hit manner free and Uuff. I unallcviajed/by the prospect of a' future Leave Jacksonville.s: ..
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t :! lit oisap.perco1I.z.and and Vhappfcr:state, must be al 'S Baldwin_ __..4:10: 9:55' .j.. : ,J' -V :.:t-t 'Th general nature of the business shall be that of a Bank- for Savings and Loans,and. purchase-i -and' 'sal" i* V rw o D AT IATAaIIALDs.icI.V V

f ..u j Was new knows muir.I roan Lake Oty.._.....__7io .:e5 a m f:0; :- V, ,1 V of Real Esute.Mortgage Bondsi Stocks Gold and SUver Treasury Warrants. &c. . ._" .;
most who Arrire
intolcrable.to a. has- at Lire Oak8so: and 3:30 The which of for that iIaaIII beoooo
aV capitalltOclt( be Increased .meeting shareholders called
< Leave Madison. ............_, 6 N CIocks.'WatcH V V V may at any purpose) Hr' R QJiYS.ol
IO m Jewelry '
f H spark of" benevolence ? : a V > of'which 10 shall be in commencing business and the balance la installments
I .nrery took a drink nor strong, single in his .4 per cent. paid upon as .
I n } ( ". I Montlcell..______ V'I V.V .
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7:30 ; ; c V : the business of the wRoinAL* atTan.V
I Thaa lemonade 1.aUabaasee_.____.__ I' Diamonds,Plated and corporation may requlrt',1145
II or pop bosom.AU ,nesplendor of the zu::30 ,. corporation into :
,t | .4 _.__.___..__ a operation July 6th t874.a cDtnul"mtt year* ]1" V D'.Rtt: G
Hebitsddnniijdi.ndwus Quincy.- V 12:10 P.m :: : Solid'tfold Sill, v The highest shall be 'rST:
liability.to, 'asoooo. .
IbJ
NOt
17 highest
lr0PUtY'SaYS AQInfSmith Arrive Cliattahoochee.PASSENGER .____._ $:oo ii' '::, .. : I" .' officers .lch. craloD "
I.: l( Magnificent short slop. V "can neverienlightcn.'th'e"glOom: wit| TRAINS EAST- {DAILY. FROM.- 2': f"iIL.yC. Jyare,,' tc. V V 11 'Tle' '. o.11.corporation, ah;lwthonaLy. until otherwise provided by*rote o&Uoc I. ': V ;s.Port. Day St..

: His MMC was Roaaa. ad his eyes ..'. which so dreadful a"n tdea mtwtlneces- TALLAHASSEE) FOR SAVANNAH h'V.,: ; V -i iV, ( I means The.dtiD,0 the. Frid Savings Bank,'bf> afford to hs t those who arc desirous; c.sY V their 1&1 V VV JAcICSQNYILLEFLORIDA, VI
A a good rate interest, Invested under the ,
I.\ O uinually' wcritd:: sarily overshadow the imagination AND JACKSONVILLE.V .'l".j ,' ;, -.V; 'r- IIK:,, .- V I AT HOME,;:!n home securities or.. ..value,instead or running the risk losing it entrusting_ r'DlXG'M "

H.mad a splendid umPire.and ; I.ene Chattahouchee-._____ 6ao: am' V .DIAMONDS.' .' PEARLS. AND "'PRECIOUS' "-. ",. ..V .1 foreign corporations lo be sent to far off cities for Investment. o b I !!_ A srtciAtTr.TV" f
\1, : A beautiful left field. nor in a wise and virtuous man can all :: uincy-M-t'--. S:." .. ; ., "t:' STONES' ET'1N ; .Opncu.1e officers of&I crrad shallconsist, of a Pret. a Vice President and Treasurer,anda V V
V the sorrow of the most afflicting ad 1 aUaliusce______- 11:30 pm I'i'tIIJIU'; : FINE GOLD. t"nh' : VI .' more ;t'b h'anunally, Nov 1875,and to hold office -
mb"f
: At : a. :1 I'fll' ih i ; .. til until their V V '
1'1: His hair was red and "shingled" dote JOIIticello'M- .1 l ) / !- i successor are.duly chosen. V EARNERSFLUID. '
Much riioburned was his face, ; vcrsity ever dry up: the joy which ne I, .". Madison__. .. _.__.. 7:10: I V i.in ,1', V j -I- '. .I ,' :: V ..'. j Manac-RCr meetings of the corporation for the election" of officers.and"o&be b.1-be.helt '
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Live Oak .
.r4io: a m and 9:10 1875, : .
11 tl V fleantrAontwkbmoeeffcct cessarily.springs from ,the habitual and ... Lake Qty_.--.5:508: m and 11:1: $ Vd. '.Fult/Lt/'Tl! '.Afontvaflt"ud- :;iBAIloU >'The NOYtbS for transaction business shall be fl o o'clock a.n, 3 p, m. : ..

V 11wa oa the second base.Bdng thorough conviction of the, truth of t Baldwin--...._.9:00: a m and ,eo a m -';:;V Fancy: Engrat gV done.-in. : ,daily,except Sundays a hdars.and on Sa undays until 7 o'clock p.: t oc > V EXTRACT!
t to Arrive at JacksonvUle..._toi5 a m and 4:15 V DBTOSITS.-Deposits b in the books of the corporation and also In a book be gen opositor. the d. '' .
k 'jf'\ It{ artistic' ; eDter : '
,; a mat.he had his ""Ill. the contrary system. \ > an marnAr..V: .f;' This hook w ill be o her property when are withdw I this book must : : : :

: As like*'be bave we all, J"d: {>' : The real atheist is the Mammonite, VV TRAINS TO ST.; MARKS. .i: ; .' -.; :. -." '.' 1 '.: VIV brought to the Bank t have eYm entered._ ;Depositors may mn ot the tblY or",in b B ; 'IU' Cr .U "!
") : of aiyiencq or it will be paid to their order properly witnessed and .
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IV:1. accompanied DeposIt ,
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He tit for the who (Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays.Leave )- V. will .
a preference NewYork making "godliness a grea'tgain, V b any time when called for; when there is a sufficient amount 1 ia the DasuunIavtstedoth- .

oj :;4 regulation ball. worships' a golden calf; and calls it.a Tallahassee..............,........ iot$ a cArrive I } Sti dard time'by-Chrdhome.' V V erwise, the earliest practicable period, In the order in which they may be called for. The only known fcsBRIGHTSti
I at St. Marks___.._.._ .... 11:50: ,\'terrated: : bv "" I' VIN7E5ESL.Ifl1CtS1 at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(or two cents per day on f ioo)will b.paid remedy
I V'1 Though not a matrimonial man, -. God ; or the miserable fanatic,.who, V Leave St.Marks., ??._.... 11:55 Pm [ lIL '' transit1', 'H'ti : annually principal u .art deposits which shall.have remained three" months. or more in the,Bank,to V be added annually. .' '" ..9' i ,. ,'

; :.i$ He dearly loved a match, endowing the phantom of his own Arrive TaIUh se _....._.......___ aso: :rl--. ; Observations/1. V : td the of ihe Deposttmv* V r V
Accoutre UncAtun> .
V .f tt1. t. '"'' c'I" : < -Any.ftceountito: which nothing shall.be added.andshall have remained ; DISEASE
And like*his sister had but few :: J i uncalled. br for seven shall lo bear interest. -. V ,
folly and fear with the worst passionsof ROBERT WALKER. ';.1. H. : .' V-. .jt ".. .tl years, cease V ; t ;, I
::1 ; : Superior,"on the catch," Receiver and Cen'l. Supt. "Accomrrs' PU/Bur T6 Hn.>-( personsdie who own, money, ,in.. this Savings Bank the money wM be ; > ; V
P. t '" the worst men, dethrones the deity H. L.V MAGEE As't Supu f-'ffciv; LI: -.-. -i. '.I.( ;'-ritt:! >i // ,'u i paid.to theit legal representatives r- V V V I .. ., A.nIa positive remedy krGO'UT1MfEL
5-a ACBHT
;if I:.\ He had a noble mind'auJ.c = .. It i to set up a demon, and curses all those -- : V .V ;; V:U-V ''PuR' Coo THE.voisi CaLBIiRATBP ie 'WaitM.t BoItIL.- <..,.D"'.I>' ". ,menu BANK to,persons.-producing Although the, the bank-books officer will shall endeavor be valid by Vail possible means,to>prevent frauds,y t all pay-. .
the
to discharge
payments corporation.
Bucky sells boots and shoes '
wrist V cheapest. jJ, /111!, i t .v.! iJ; -; V
-suple !
; V ; :; .1.1V 1 CHILDREN'S '
who will E"I)1f1fJns-Patents l'mliaoc' I
' not curse themselves by joining or guardians children mar deposit money M trustee fort STRICTURES
ole ;! And when he pitched he fare the ball t". V -. : i f.. si- .. benefit.f such miaors until.they become of age,interest.upon which may be withdrawn annually or added to V ,

,. His own"peculiar't 1st." ', i in his idolatry.GENERAL : G..b & W.I.T: CO.'S RAILROAD. 1 ,t .the I principal. .. .. V V V V. DIABETES V ;; DYSPEPSIA,.
; A. SPECIAL EXDOWMIJCT PL-.-Deposits In the Florida Savings Bank amounting to $70 during each year for a : NERVOUS ':DEBILr ;
;,: Of politics and church affairs. j IVF.RY.; SALE"AND' EtfD sfA1ILES term oileD yean will secure the depositor a cash payment of f 1,000 at the end of the term, or' proportionately 1
.. He held trctedvewa DIRECTORY. FROMFEKNANDINA 1)). i .. -< on smaller or larger annual deposits In case of inability to complete the ten annual payments the depositor V TV,' DROPSY,
j ': V V TO CEDAR KEYS. Can withdraw (he amounts already paid in,upon g'ving three months*notice together with the accrued interest V ; / : f
His feet were usually encased V .6T.1TE.t V V thereon. -This plan,unlike ordinary life insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture of previous payments, NV NON-RETENTION
/ IncanashQb-naIlediocs. Gon-mor-ll. L. STEARNS. and offers' safe and easy method of providing a handsome endowment for tl e future of parents,children friend OR INCONTINENCE Of
Lieutenant Governor V COINC SOUTH. COING NOKTH.Arrivt or the expositor individually. Sfnial deposits,not to be withdrawn for ten years,will entitle the depositor .' URINE IRRITATION.JNFLAMATION '

: :! But be II gone. With ins and outs Hecretary(.f cute-S. B. McMX: j'J FcrnaDdinaM___..._J.ate.sp: a DI 'certificate for devM Mv tononnt f rack t j,ill,payable in ten years in favor of any person designated. OR ULCERATION. .,.OF .THE
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C Controller- A. COWO1LL. .7:35 P LoANS,-All moneys received on;deposit shall be invested in first on real and personal ia -
j' Cahahan............;._.'_ V mortgages property
Forever I.e 2s done 7:3-- yn this
Tn"'Ott'r-C. U. FOSTER .. State of at least double the value,or in other ample collateral securities.
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;; He broke his heart and bunt his spleen. Attorney Ot'neral-WM. A. COOKE. B a id w in{-... '.- ...-. -.9:3O 9:1.10:: tc ar; 3.50 le. V V V I IV IVS REAH ESTATX. ls corporation win'act as trustees sot the purchase and sale.of real estate pr the renting BLADDER D KIDNEYS
V
: C oixun'roftand. and Immigration EAOA 3'3 are and management of estates and property generally. VV '. ) ,' ;
: lamakingabomerun. Starke...___.........ii:37 1.8 V ( ; '.
Superintendtntof Public In_tnrU Gaincsvilte_... ___. ':50 11:10 SPEARINGJONATHAN c. CREELEY, V
State
J' HU body we have planted but JDgn.IiI..IL ALltBRQElU.f ArcherM...;._..__._. 3:10 p m. V 9:49: VV V .. ..Ii': s IPacs ODt- V .Vice-President.! ,/ .Treasurer ,SPERMA TORRHCEA.

His JOWls in the sky j V OTBEMK COUIIT.. Bnson._'_''__'_'_..' J:55 9:04am 'Vl.: Sea-side villa,sites_ for,sale on Fort George Island. The' finest sea bathing,coot V sea breezes, magnificent V ", / ;V I' V V
:'f' Cl.ltf jn. 'e-E'U: : HAND LL. Cedar Keys_ ,.._,___ 6:39: drive; ', over: firtccu' n la extent of .: '.
Ii The angels reached from heaven down > % 6:30: The best an4 most Ktvlish livcry.t kami-;the city ; grand avenues palmetto cedar.oak. magnolia. my .&c. J& Leucorrhcea: or .Whites.'Diseases of the Prostrsi
Axaociate' JuKtiors-J D. WESTCOTT, V 'CONNECTIONS Call and see the photographic views at the Florida iwvingj Bank and Real Elute Exchance.oQ Ocean street. G tand
bn fOund the Stable? .Stone in tha RUdder
an at of the
:' c I'; And_ took_ him_ on the fly. B.K.B.VAX.VAL1ENBERO.VerkLYILAN At FERNANDINA.' wdh Steamer City'Point (rom'OaarlesUln Florida'' Home.'cornertf Cedar'.OO undersigned'ForRyth'.Streets, pear. the;j : State IS-tf, county.and ciry scrip bought and sold at the.V, "' FLORIDA.SAVINGS. RiNK ; < lost Deposit and Mucus or,Milky Colculu Discharges.KE *.Gravel.or Brick-. .
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-- JXWTKtt. and Savannah Horses boarded and well cared tat 7- | V Ocean, near.Forsyth street.rile. .
reasonableerms.
I r: ,Mondays at 4 a.m.;steamer : on V V : ,
FALSE ApPEARANCES.- V (CIRCUIT COUKT! Dictator from Charleston ami Savannah, Thursdays at : I t ,.. ,., ; / ,.,, '. '_I
Rev.
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1st Judicial Circuit-W..VAN NESS, Penaaoola. 4 a. m. With steamer Liizie Baker, from Savannah Strong teams'forJiauling purposes'always. on bandWjH.AVERYj,- V .
.'. Macleod (father of the late NormanMacleod 2.1" ., P. W. WHITE, Quincr. Brunswick and St. Mary's; Mondays at 6 am r for '" :' ARMEY'S; ; ) V :
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i: 3d" w Wm tboecpointsonFridayaat8a.ni. V 'CTGA'RS ,
JJEY8ON Live Oak. : : eBACCO V
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,: ) was proceeding from the Clh" JI n.ARCHIBALD.JacksonTitle. At UALDWIN with J P & M. R. R. from Jack jadsonvUIfla.. May. 1874.V.. '. ;,.tl' .I ;
sonville _
at : m ; for Jacksonville .,
l manse to the church to :07P at 0:03: a. m. ,
a ,
ne
f open 1'b ib Judicial Oicult-J. H. OOSfl.'OeaU.tth M GAINESVILLE, with in-weekly nge line for : V i ./ <. 1 i II V V .'f. EXTRAq'Q.UCHU
place of worship. As he passed slowly .<. J T.MAOBEE.TllmJll'. Tampa; with stage line (or Newnansville Tuesdaysand FOR .S T., ,AUGqSflN:; I' V V V
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V !', ., and gravely through the crowd I Ttll" J. W. PRICK Enterj'ilae.DUVAtt .. At Fridays CEDAR i KEYS_ with steamers to and from Ne" 1:; iiY;? .: : S : _i t ii Pcrmanenily cores Ul Diseases of the'BLADDER'

.. ;'" gathered about the doors, an elderly V Orleans every Saturday. W] h steamers from Key V phVV.A (SCHOONER,,! 1 .., :."P'I.DES"; -,AJNfl SNurrJ! ,,' :, ,
COUNTY.V West and abtys V
Tampa. from these .
Fridays
man, with a peculiar kind of wig, iiny Jndge-W. A. )C'LEAN; days.- With Steamer Cool,;from Tampa.places.Sundays Trmra-: lor I I, I.t-J.n" I ... V VV V ,V V I..J ,.... .; ,zV ,, :> CALSWELJ.JNGS': AND ,"DROPS.

known in that district- smooth Clerk of Court-OSCAK HART. Tampa Mondays. With Steamer V Wawcnock,frou :''**" .. .
bright, fchcriff-JOSErU 11;DUitKEE. Suwannee Fridays; for Suwannee,Tuesday. ; ; ; : ,AT'VH L SALE BY V V -! "
V ;': ., .) n \ : : in
andofa reddish brown-accosted him: rotate Solicitor-T A. McDOXNFLL. D. E. MAXWELL. LJIV -V VV ..1. ,. men..wpmea and chSdrea,
); : County&: ,tor-c.IAI.IL 8U1MER.rtuurtrJ. 5-13 SuperiRtendent.'Jj 1 ,;! io V,4 J n. : V V
"Doctor if .
please I wish V .. .
to
you "" y
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T W. BWAIil.A. -- "P" :
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.!! speak to you." Well Duncan *or-J. C. ORKELKV.Oollrctor '_ St. Augu'tine", .L'. ', .'B. E.JSTI.Gt'HT GO. : ,1- NO. MATTER WHAT: THE AGE
-PETER JUKES.8up Vr.ghtsOow'tnr. ; !. .,. : .' .
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BRCCK'S LINE -
said the .7
I' I venerable doctor, "can ye not
:, wait till after worship ?" "No, doc D zaIynsL;notion'L crs-J. JU Berrh. J. Hemming, il. A. OP V apply to Wri.LSV: lIT CK,- V V :V ::;tJA STREET:: ; between Laura. 'and Hogan," V I V Extract. Prof. Steel Buchuis says i i"One worth. more bottle than of aJ Kearn.-y'i other Backus TIn J, V

;$ tor, I must speak to you r.ow ; it is a Votary Publics-Juhn O. Uamcl), F. B. Knapp, T. RIVER STEAMERS. V "Jacksonville Fla* I ; : .' ( combined., .'* V V V
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i matter of my conscience." "Oh HV Kells O. P. Cooper. (b"". M. 8umm rst-W. O. ,Orw JAMES COs.".' .01' V I V : V t '\ Jacksonville .Florida2"'W3m' V V **i Price'One; Dollar ,
V
1 J.ffrer*, Edwin Illgvios, Wm. M. Ledwith, E. M, s-lt: St.Augustie. :Ia. '. V Dollar per Bottle or. Six Bottle' for IVe
V ; since it is : l i VCoFFINSANDUNDERTAKERS V \ 1 V V V VV >
a matter of conscience, tell Chewy,Toon. U blazey J.W.8waim. H.Gl'lln@f'r, SUJJ/.JfER'SCIIEDULE.' ( V SV V V ': .! ,
Jo U. 1'nrkeevC., CaJnngton'W. L.CILD, J.W. .
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what ---- --- -
it is ----- ---
but
me ; be brief for time V V V -
V ; Whitnt-y. V V : i ': DEPOT. .04. DUANE STt.;NEW YORK.
V presses." "The matter is this doc- County CommlMicncrf.. Pi ice. E. Fortune O' and after MONDA Y, APRIL,7th,the steam- ,. : "" ; -
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V 1 1. II. Ilorg.T. B E1U, R. Jones.; en of this line will leave Shipyard Wharf) daily ._ ,, : _-; I I-: ., : rO.'BE'SAtRIFlct ;; :A Physician, in attendance to
.?' tor. You see the clock yonder on the : Justice or Ihe 1eaW.. AV. 8imnw>n. W. A.V (Sundays excepted,at 8 o'clock A. v.; tw -----r--- and give advice gratis. answer. corrcspondeace, ,

i: face of the church. Well Hummrrall, C F.Townwnd. Henry O. '' Jamra ETALLICBURIAL .. I \,
new ,
there "
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!. Wiiton.l 21. P. Chnpp), A. H, Philip Wd L. PALATKAand M .:.1: 1.1 "D'ST.XP'
V is no clock really there--nothing but Ooan, UuMing.'Wni..' Gordon.. F;RoUics J. V CASEs, '. V 7"" FOB' : AMP" ri&i-5$' VV

V., the face of the clock. There is no W.Pnrreyor Menard. Cb 's. F. Smith. a intermediate landings and return same tar AND -"'Urs.'j)

truth ;jn it tout once in twelve hours. J.{Inspectors Prica. Jr. of Lumber" -II. M,Moody,R.W,Cone. V V lliroujh steamers fur WOOD CQFFLNS DRY GOODS : V J DRY ,GOODS ,'. DRY GOODS !11! !: V.V I- V .

Now, it is in my mind, and against Cnnstabl -e-O. U. MMS, 8. VTilson.: J. Smith J. .>; -til ; -f ro.. TIfE'. V
ENTERPRISEand V
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VV:,f my conscience, that there should be alie J. Forbes James Lane, J. H..B.-o n. I : 'V ;'* CLOTHING ,CLOTHING" !ll I .t, CLOTHING! 'I i VV ;.1 'V V.V

) on the face of the house of the i intermediate landings. will leave as above on Tues 1t : ." ::",' .'II', V V V' r .'V. ..:.,..'.1'... ., ." ....},< ,.. ,. ,.., NERVOUS( AND' DEBILITATED "
.CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.1La0r days and Saturdays. and return Wednesday Saturday V S .1 : ::1.. '; V: V V \ '." '" .. .'

"1 40rd. : "Duncan, I will consider PETER JONES. evenings. V V VV_ '..1'.1'I! '_.: I ', !,. -. :! OF BOTIl-SEXEsi.-V.
the point ; but I am ,glad to AMermen-B. A.TUEIJ AUT, E. W.DEXXT.A. J. Shipper are requested to send freight, down during V ; ,' V
; see you KUdSELL.M'VWIKTDOUaL.AB, WM.M. B09T- the afternoon. ; V During .the next V- V .". -j V ;;;;, ,
.;: looking so well ; you' arc not young WICK. L. I FLKMINO,JACOU UUFF A. J, 4-z6tf J. BROCK Aic V.V :VV ':' ; : NO. -CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSVtTAT1ON. -- .

t. now ; I remember you for many years; Yarabat-E.BEXTLEV.S.fORTUNE li.'HUBBARn.. .- OF ALL SIZES AN'D QUALITIES. 1 :;:. ,:, :: I ; :K ; ,'," -.ti .
V V
I and what a fine head of hair you have Cl rk-W. K. CHKISTY. .V Fur stylihh,ladies' hats ask Bucky.I"VO 'IJVDIES1 AND GENTL'EMEN'S'ROnES.EMBALMINGDONEWHEN. ".". .. ',. ..: .X' X X. DAYS ,:t ." : .. -
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Treasurer-CHAS. tKlUESIiKKU.A DH. J. B. DTOTTgraduate
; still J" "Eh doctor REQUIRED i II ,! y '. 7: ",,' : oCJcfferxco Medica
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you .are joking A -C. B. SIMMONS V I College, Philadelphia,author of several valuable works,
: .it is Co -PHILIP WALTER. R :O C-A L: A/ ALSO,. V can consulted on all diseases of. the Sexual Urinary
now.; long since I have had VI I'will of Goolts
my 'Clerk \f Mrket-WM. ARVIX. vno1 I AND MAKBLEIZEl VMARBLE ) I: ; !.pffVr fior.sale. my'stock Clothing l Dry &c., &c; at ( rgaiw.(which he has mode aa especial study)
I IV
hair. "Oli, Duncan, Duncan 1 are City Phj-sict in-C: DREW Jr. V : V V ;'::t V VI J' either In male or female, no matter from what cause or.

going into the house of the AND OTHERPLACES.ON '. V SLATE. 'MANTELS.. ; r : iginating'or of howloog sanding. A.,practice of>>
you Lord : '' ER
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MASOXIO.Folomon : : ," l" .'. V SLATE 'HEARTHS &d' :: .WGURES THAN EVER V years enables him to treat discuses with success. Cure
with a lie .upon head ?" The OCKLAWAIIA RIVER V guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Those at a distancecan
.V your I Jce No. 20-V. Dow-a W. M.. Ci! .. THE" MANUFACTURED TO 'ORDER .i I: :"l ." 'l;; V .:: ; V V V .: '- VV forward letter describing s;mptoms and encloMOj

doctor heard nomoreof the" lie on the EII Jt foot II. Koo|>m n,Trens' R gular tneetiDir : t, / .- .1.I' : ; -, V face of the clock. The Methodist. t,i aixl 2J WoJi.e-dny of e..r-b moatb.Dural V V AND.ADJACENT COUNTRY. V 'AND'FOR SALE BY on
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,1 Lodjre No. Ift-E "'P'I'. W. M.:; B.U. CALVIN, OAK\\! "V-;; ( *'' : ; ., ." ;r-: J* D..Bucru, Send for the Cuitlt lo!. !. 'Price loc.
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: i; proportion of mothers and guardians hi t. E. 11. F.; )t.ion,Sec ; D Jttne*.Ouard. R<-gala : V1SIV :'V '' I. '. ..1: ." ;; : .i V V V '. VV VSt4 ,

linlllGllt rridty of each month.DamaMna .... J. : ,. .' V Physician and Surgeon, 104 Duane St.N. TffM
nerds > '
anything which can be. called V Oimnmrdtry No. 1. J. 8. UriKgs, E.CL STE r.n-R"'OCKLA WAHA, .(TAVL: L iC ,. V YE : J.-IONE : .:;-Sa '& ..TIME! TAKE COMFORT
watchful 4 1>. C. Darkina l cordcr. Regular 1st : .
care as to what books meetiogs .
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: papers the children shall read ? And ET\TC OFFICERS. ,,A. .. jJ U R I A L C. A S E S-, ... ,:: :. :.'" ., .. ",. ,j USIG :HAS CHARMS !

yet the booksellers' shelves groan: under Grand Master-A.J RnMetl.Ja kIlODYilll'.. wi LL LEA'VE JACKSONVILLE V WOOD COFFINS ; . : V
the weight of the rand Ifeputy At.stu.-tI U.'Vilknn T llaLiu ef.Hr. 'VV \ -. .
most dissipating, .Orand Warden-E. I'. Jordan.Fernandina.Jr. EVEKY'THURSDAY MORNING V K'R"'T" "
V weakening; and insidious books that Orand Wnran-fa.. VasRatc,Ja k-onril'c. rI ,1. I 0. .YA': L. R.tR; :. V .1 t.:. i: : \" "

: .V can possibly! be imagined ;i' and newspapers O Grand rend Tr b ere..rD a' "--l).C I< Dawkins Oakley Monticello.JrtEsontU: AT 8 O'CLOCK. V '.i '" .-, !' II' .." .. :. Ii' .'. -. ;. V' P R,l.CE ,iR ED U C,.E D.

': which ought never to enter any O raid Obapl ln-1U-T.Join Pmny. V I 1' I VV S : t J ':' I; I If" !) _. .. ," .r,. '. .' ,
G :.GEO. rOSTE.Il. Aieul3afifettvil'e.t''JariJa. ,
rand') >-Unvid Jones,Jacksonville. V V : .
Tf decent house, lie on the table of many DISTRICT DEFUIY oaAND MA8TKR3.1st -y : LtVV .!.. 'f ..nj'7) I ''H fit

V f a family sitting-room. Any one who istrlct-B.. U. Alderman, Martanpa. V ; ., -D u.,6". 18 1871.' AND ::. : NOTICE" 'TO. TRAyELL R. :: : THE1.. BFJSTVTHE. -WORLD

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.4 records of any large circulating jibra- 4Ui .1.S. Drlne",Jacksonville. A CARD.4 ROSS' .MARRLt-FRONT BLOCK NEARLY ;, ,' : L :.
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V .'. ry will be astonished at the immense .tb" Z. U. Y"On. OrnnK Spring. JACksONVILLE, FLA., March 3i5 .S74. OPPOSITE OLD STAND,; 'V. V V .: V. VV : V V V '. .'. ,"J 4 jV .$jg--.d J lie. .. .. t ,

demand which there is for these aver ftla.' Frank Branch Tampa. ._. Bay et.1 Jacksonville Fla. V I.LL.ivAS1dAIflLIFET,1ME*
V, 8TATEOFFrCn. OF GRAND CHAPTER,R.A.M. TIlE S uTHERLlFIINsuRANcEcoM. make Close ColiI ecti .
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P ANY.will in a few days appoint a Slate Agent for :, ,'- :. .,_
chambers to-day, myriads of little girlsare Deputy. Gru>d-ligh' |. Piurrt' -J.tf. Dritg*.'JyckaonTtlla. '. ---- -. -- --V V ., ..
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curled up in corners, pouring over Oiid King-B. O. Aldcrmnn, Mtrunna. Florida. In the meantime I will conduct its ;:manages CENTRAL 'SALESROOMSAN I ..\.j.. i. J7ATJlE VV.V V -.A i-, .
.t such Urand Kcnbe-D. C. Wilson, Tallaha_. ., THE : t : "h. '.,. .: : '
_. reading-stories of complicated Graid T.aiun-i-W. A\\ Young Jacso.vUIcDD mem.AD. : V V ;/.If: ; ; :; ';5., ,0"0
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.1 very communications directed to me,care Henry A. AUCTION 'orida Lodg ? o. 1-Wro. U. Cook, X.O. 8. M,. . .
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of reading for a child ; stories ""'hose ; HOUSE. VI 1': t: .. V. V .. .V.V: VI V 'Q; t I V r .
V Tucker R. 8. Regular tneotlcg* tvtry Taetday P of : : : V i'OF faa CKLEUUTVOSHONINGER ':
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exciting delight in painting the V I- J. I .: ; I .
pages l1hLTEYI'ERANCE SOCIETIES: \ V Bay Street neariai1: : ; .1. V V :. V .' .\ .
receive due attention. '" :
love of the sexes for each other in its Dllul1 '. 1 Kane V V;it .
-Henry N P.: Geo. -f i : JACKSONVILLEFL.C .RAILROAb' .. ORGANS
sensual phases.*f And the mothers do W. Franer. R.8. Regular meetings every Tours-: j\ II MILLER. POI{ [ S ROYAL :
day ni ht at G.d Tumplwr'a Hall Uoeg1 Block. PUBLIC SALE every SATURDAY" 6 a7wtfA r ; ., .. .,
not know what 4hey are reading; and Jacksonville Lodgo of Good Templars No. I-B.F. ..I- ( Gc!. SupL of & aCORN I' V

the children answer, when asked what Ward WedneadRy W.U. T.;evening ti. A. beuring la noe 'W.. Hnll.R 8.(3d Meet every 'BUESING, V For A 'gtista.I,{ t1an"ta, Chattanooga, Memphis l Nashville LoBisvillo, Cincinnati -". ; '.' t\- D .ILY ,y.SE.

V they read : "Oh, anything) that comes Leee;&. U>dK Xo. 2,1.1).0.T..(East 1100'1.lit- AND OATS: ? V V St.Lonls. ,Chicago! ,and1lpontaVNorth.V Soath East and West. ". .:.. ,.' ll .'it !.-I' 'II. -.. tir-

-B. H. \V,btt'r. W. O T.; C. M. Jones W, R.8. Respectfully calls'tt e'attention of the citizens and merchants r J ";
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Meettvry ivunlnc at Grove llal, n*.r the shell V I to jV e BRAUTIFUL SOAP he mami&ctures.-
1 V V 4 .V___ road bridge, r Just received large stock prime corn and oats. It is the best Washmg.vBarber and Toilet Soap ever V ,,The best musical talent .oT,the,country.recommend

A sweet little incident is related bya Chi V *' Enneer-JAmea FIRE DLTARTMEJkT.IL. lioey.1st .V" V At W. H. LUCAS Bay NEW Street STORE, near Laun.T and made.90 bars.This Soap 1s put up'-Jn boxe conuio' 80 Ibs: .. TRAIN. LEAVES" ," DAILY. AT 9.30 A. M., these Organs .The.aicest sad be tfMort for you

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/; writerVwhosayz: "I asked a little AfSintatrl. -Joacph Martyck.BUam V Orders should be addressed. to '. V._. 1 and gives better satbbctlon 11wt'any other
Vire Engine Mecuar.i '_Thoa.J. Mott Pore > EMBRANT PICTURES WOOD & DICK :'. ,r ; A-.BUESING.BOX, jii*; I.6tf' V V .. V I money
child not long'ago, 'have you called H' majt.- iV LEOS. GALLERY ,-. V '.' Jacksonville. !.. I'ASSENGERSIIOLDING. : : TICKETS BY OTHER LINES ,CAN-GE"r: THEM now made.' "They comprise the V

)'ourgrsndma to tea?.' 'Yes. When Alert JEtna JIoae r>l'm$Fire o.l-Enjrini C. ValKjerKrlff-WU fim,Baya Foreman.Foreman.' -" ., '.- ,. .V. V.-V V V :V V.K s ; .: '. ':KXCHANGEDrthereby.., ; ( aTpidhig, delay in Savannah) AT : ,; VV- ..'., / i ; .
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I didn't know how to wake her.I I L Foremau.Hook.and Laddfr Co.-T..' A.VTllson J V:I V. V ..', .1 V.1 : ( I 1.1 :' ,:,:;; ':_.BREN'S TICKET (OFFICE ; .V ;'. : tJ V ___V_ :". V. .H \ V

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didn't with \Q hallo at grandma, nor Frordman'a Fsrintf's Bank romfr of Pine and ( : "' H" ; : "' ; : ; .. .
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shake her so'I kissed her cherk and Fortjth slreeta J.'W.Bwaim, Casbter. A. K pERuv/a3./ { ;:/ GA.' :' 't V V
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: ihatokeTher verY"softl Then I Iran D. I) Amhler's Btnkinllvua bay. street T. H. : : : '';-kVLt 0,'! -"S'I. .!".'.-, .j-- } i .' '
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into the hill and said pretty W. Denny, Banking Hoote. Bay street,corner [ 'itipoax., *,_?'', SUCCESSOR TO J.1 H.CROWELLJ -*'.; '<:. 'j"".f t "V Vv "." ..1"-ur.-.i-t.. .;d) ;, .T' .:; ..11 ; ::"vr'V.: ..t./ 'I ........: .'.
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loud, ,'Grandma,'tea is 'ready. And .HOTEUC : .VV 1 V '- :-A-155;" i'Jr.* I.' STRICTJ Y'.IRELIABI.'E' INFORMATION FURNISHED. .. LSHONINGER& 9.
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V V she never knew what woke her' O and Xatlrnal, Bay street, near Julia,Geo. McOinley VVV j j"j r. jojijt-. ;n ; .p' ,. V ." V .
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who it worthy member ofihe church Uonui Uooa-,Ocean street near- Bay., Mrs. O.*"L'* or: ::(+ 114. A '.. ." ; u ., ., from .the following'cities on file I every day FREE'TO'EVERY1qD1: : 'B B t QJ' Ii, 17HEOCEAN; ; HOUsEV.
1 extt'edinglydear, was assistingthe Boffington. Iropr1ctrse.V V X u.nVr' :
Ftorio Home, corner Forrrth and Cedar streets V V V V ,' V I... NewIYorkPhiiadelphlaVBalthnoeSanFranCISCO, Chicago* ._ :, :
pc j congregation. tosilig that good old w,E. Stockwtli,Manager,' t.t. -t ." ,'J :..e '- V V ; 'S&tbnis,Cincinnati, and.many others.
hymn *' Vt4l ". -". -" /i..t"' .. V JACKSONVILLE.FLA.. V
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4 V If you get there WIn I do, FEDERAL OFFICER .!, ;? \ IV.V ,. J'r<;'"" ;"(t. ..Quick Time,'and Sure:Connections viatheli'l \ 'For..) l.a/i ()z.t4. .. V

I Lookout for me, I'm coming too." CoJector: of Custom*- J. R. SCOTT. '. : ,, t' I ', ; : .; I-'".' 'i'! l" ." Centrally located aad first-class ia aH its ap j--".
: Deputy Collector-U. W. BLIr.W. < ,. t ; .
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the last verse had becnfiJishe : ',. ..' ... will
V Io peclor"fVII.tomE HIOOIX8.i, v _' _'r ;" remain open during th Summer moatba.V .
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people's amazement Jo V : V .: '. .. A.olussEY.V V V V V JNO. W. HOWELL .:

i hear brother A. drawl out, all alone Collector 8urveTor-Get.er.I-od Interns, .yenae-.L.GILBERT.A..KNIGHT'..- : DEALER IN ;1 '. nP .' ... : / *. .' TRANSIENT BOARD
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'Look out for I'm lHJ; JS'S'EY. & 'H.'OWiE'I L ,' .
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're-I'nlL1PFK'8ER. ;.; SHOES LEATHER .
V ; reasonabh permanent Vboam.
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effectually destroyed .the solemnity AUorDl-I, B.U. DREWNa8CUA1' ,- :; iB-QbO.JS, V, .
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failt'nfnoher/ or Committing MISCELLANEOUS V. I'!, H.' f.'jjf"Jw'; "- KEEP V CONSTANTLY ON HAND I- : : .:" ,. ''- ';: VV V .; : -Perczlc shirts,M pk*.M Bu an additional if incensed tEATtfER' & FINDINGS.
error we are :
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At our 00; mistakes. In cither case MARR LARGE V -_ W B -* OF PRACTICE ,AND
A..N. : A .. AND WELL SELECTED STOCK/, ;, I !!IS* j 'i RULES V

J"r.th'mat'tgravate. but was never .V. -'V A complete assortment of 'New York; and Philadelphia fine BLOUKTffCODE.'Tki'TioBrouir .
L : SOLICITOR OF PATENTS :
finown ttt diminish' '
our annoyance. V ESPECIALLY jADAPTEp, JO .CITY AND Q.UNTRY"RET IJ. officeat TaUahaiRee. has JwJ

V '"I wish," Mid! Seneca, ''that angerrouM )3'9 lib street, N.'W ,Washington;"p. C.V f': ) V -';' '( I TRADE ". .-' .. .., ..' i'' >/.,t 'i .. tIVF.ij V Good 'always-on. hand.Sole V : printed a small edUhm-of tWRul a.or PnIclCe40PdBhctzntp (

be exhausted Patents procured for Fifty Poflan. N. no -. '' % jv .v t s Samuel.DunBar.&l Co.s? by Ux.SuTcew* Coort..tofetaer and.ul1tutt1 ,
always when Us5rteuiK patent 1 ; agents in; J 1yill.f-ror; ; ealinjf Cod of Procecdwr..
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Writ for or.tlad
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pa, Information. 7.atr< Aad by strict attemion business the wants of the public,will endeavor merit a share > nage. V ,; 1 in 1a,-aB lapanv

/ >n.wa ,broken, and that like -; <' |IH M I.V. !-...-* -. I. l.t -H>* '-t ftI.VjIV ; _. ;TU S V V V V ,.- ;/.. ... Misses'. and .Children's Pine.:Shoes.,.: V ( ', : phletfonn.professio Code. (act ohMs>Mir

t the bees who leave their stings in the Umbrellasand p..rasotstebebadatflucky'i.,-''' -coobs: -;SENTBY" AND..EXP.ESS V : : oflthelState.ff '\ '. i' die
i ;; _VSS : MAIL ,- Jo .. :Gbdssene bmaff'or express to all parts inM\tomi 1p-'W1"COII .

: wound! !tji\r)' niakr.we could. only irvi ,f"1"1 w"; -VV-- V--- V- '-jji HunriHN- "- V ._ .-. '.1..J" -- ->a4 t\ji.*! 'l p9s 8 SfT:! >all paK of the Suu .,S****?UloaO '. Msg-AsaiJft ,Kl I ) """ 4 C'V o'" It ".'t ftV 4.' S. iV4.VVVV! -1;nt .. tT n. JiL ,;' ':I- : *jJ'riteT..DoIIuI". & '. .,

f flirt aV-shiglcJnjstry." HEAOO"AkTF.R.S for FLOglpA VJWS 1-1.rt1';"; u V1 ; J1l t. :! ,t DY. .
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