The new South
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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
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System ID: UF00079941:00010
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THE NEW SOUTH. Versailles it is.called jtempolcon also and which presently bore this marvelous I -
grateful protection toanimal .
2nd .
j AND by the gardeners of P m appleof fruit The surprised gardener life. Frequent showers vegetable CAKOS, *g. 'MISCZL&ANEOUS.TVyTELXONVILLE :.' :" ,' GROcERIES AND?PROVISION" .
,PUBLISHED SA111KDAY. Adam seems to be meant by :the multiplied the new variety by grafts during ,the months of March: April F. ,CQllCORD ,
citrit vtfrantium tnaxicum, in the list from'it 'and made H HOUSE
exhibition which and TO EVERYBODY.'If
t{', TERMS SUBSCRIPTION:' ; May June, and],about the first of IMPORTANT .
of the Tableau ke 1'Ecole
Run-; ****".ssafl subscribers.1 3.50 per annum.H Botanique brought him,a great, deal of money. July the regular daily! showers begin! Sacccuor to Hide aad Skim bouam of ,
I': wor wore copies.'3.oo each; and an extra copy of the Museum Natural History He made a m'stery'or Its origin,' and,continue until the middle ; ywwkhaiesmawirddr-fai Ac-wrj-eff OgssWisM. >
CO!be sent to cverycnib: of tea received at one tune.WUSXT. where several : Sep- ; .CROWEU ORANGE.COUNTY.FLA. .
Paris, and all
vigorous the world
II subscribers.. *s per M"""?.' Tea very believed it was due tember. Although occurring daily, .Ltqaon,&c..go.. .
topic.: Ji.JS ack: Twenty eop.es. 'g.o; Fifty cop. specimens are cultivated.Theapple'ofAdanseems. to the.industry of the, gardener, ,who these .showers never last but a few Comer Bay axi Ocea tcrceca. .VTOCWt
,.\ ta,'1",0 \ to be a knew'howto: mingle by grafts buds of hours-generally t j 5-Sy I. L lUTE PioyrUtut. :..-
ada.AD'PEETiiiii 'commencing about Highest cash .I....... .
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lumie of the paid Hide*. Skim Fan, .
KATESi or a hybrid three
orange sand the species. But the Win '
r singularityof i o'clock Tnl: and : k -.. ,
. entirely 7ibwiyc. IDDELL ....' \ .
HOUSE 'K., '
..1-. San-W unT.f i oo per Inch,or kuttI&crdon: citron The carriage of the' tree api the'phenomenon attracted.the curiosity R V '" "fPIIII.r.
overby o'clock
insertion cents. 5 leaving de J '
p.m. "
i"J bach subsequent 50 preaches'that of the citron of Ch a .Z..KOBUfsoif nf,w.wnrwr. V :' sTjoK wa& ta>tat.fecrtattd* i*'* ffwd.JOHN g.ed
inch"or 1esa.first Insertion each na. philosophers and ..
: : a physician lightfully AtfyatL
: WEEKLY f 1.2$per pure atmosphere.This waHlU.S.CoWr. ,
f: tuUequent iflS'-.75 cents. Its short, flattened; branches bear succeeded obtaining from the section Ncyrsu. FERNANDINA.'FL"P]\ BdIMfeD toJ.LT1tVS s.-...,.....
of Florida
gandener is preeminently C.L ROBINSON & CO., ,. .
1-c jJX.tkr:.so cent per .e leaves
large sometimes lanceolate V V :
an. avowal of the mode i in which healthy all the SAMUEL V V4rV }j;
. TOMS ADA&IS.CARRUTh: CASH In ADANCE.A4' a SOt sometimes :cut sloping, sometimes the tree".!e3Uy was produced., Pierrp yellow fever scourge Southern:year; and cities the RtAL.ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS T.RlDDELL.Prevrt or. ',::. .. .. .rtr. .

*gkoiwjfl.} ode quilted, and of a dark green. and Nato, doctor of medicine at Florence has for. .nearly 20 jears given Jackson Agency t'ewYotk.The )b'1.1k, :InMrance Cocraaay of &'SpIadid..c ;: \. 5ZLf..5fict Iapcned Ru?Ale c.&aagki.. cal lilt It'iii JJ.., .

with twovery pronounced: wings to gives us the' necdot He publishedat ville a wide berth. Since the rearguard A.eis J9P>9A6U3: TTodbrkkd wnpbi i..,66 .6a6.9s.!. : : t drlw crghtaes" 'mOes. 011 tW aa oe.
j TREATISE ONT THE CITRUS. the petiole. The'flower:is large; and this perlod, '.5\ilissertation upon this of Northern invalids disappeared -7-I-.3..21 Q.1Inaa.beach. .V : ..,. ,' ,. "" ,_ f

__r- fleshylike the citron i it. .is:,entirely hybrid, of which he gives the hist.ory'and ,In; May, physicians and druggists ,N. BETTES, ." .. 'J---

:;:! DtH The HOME following JOCMAi.arttcUs AM on RtfKAl.the Citrus SOCTHLAKD are copied,of New&-oatI white like that of the "orange, and a very minute description. 1 have can trulysay that .Vthelr occupation J* _. -:: ., :<, OPEN DURING-THBSUMMERJ .. CLARK; ,t.: 4;: ..e.

Orleans the) French, fur of which Gauges journal AU.SiO.they marc We miaoued commend from the bears from thirty to forty stamens. I compared. this many times; .with.an,individual is gone.:" Out; pi 'population of PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ,. ,' .-- Iv:.. ,'., 1-< V,, V ''"''*"!*\ W

I at inuiaticaUy jryfcabk and adapted They come,, in large bouquetsrj .the I which 1. possess, and, with! 12,000 inJukson.'Ueatitavcr3ge- Jadomrrine FW 'M*' -' BOARD: VPeday i I, ( < '. 'FORWARDING4; ,$4 v4V

to Southern needs.CHAPTER IlL fr it1'ro nd and fourtims as largear ,othersimoundin Bcnoa in ,the gap I only about five ,deaths are reported, Omcx HOCJB-From S tHI 9..n.-and is tin s,:.. :. '. < .;....."'"* ..',,; "f. 'M. a" .

".;' *TKZZU1.IffIIRIDSN0. the or.dinary9l'3nJe.: Its.ski. is i ismoothlikc den of M. Duraizoi'and I see that it monthly, principally colored. 'Politi-j streets.OnIaAJID RzDa-CQOccaand- IIoaroe Per week. >- from'3 to$ M COMMISSION MERCHANTAM

XXIII. the orange;: is green at corresponds'perfectly with the nature cally also, this State'gives some evi 6760T Sads&ctory gr3snta made with fuoiOtt.- .
i first, and in maturity becomes:' of :a of the plant. The bizzare a dence of health .1- V V Lit..
big:1radier' .
arid the BSALSK :
medulla dolca rapidly & Fine
1 Indicam .
Citrus fturantiuna MARKENSj accnnnkxlatioaa.Opea V 1 _
pale yellow. It thin, and marktdin which rs at .ii 1n
: once bigarades influx
tida cortice craf'oO'et amaro.: the honest "bone after Juaeiitander, above terns. 6-6 i ROCKRIE PROVISIONS. V.CUL. .
some places by slight punctures or lemons,cedrats Florence and and ... ..
fruit daux. mingled muscle" of the North
Bigaradier a : will STRICTLY '
: cracks if it had been bitten soon WHOLESALE<; GROCERS HAT, SECARS. .,&VC.. ..
as which fruits. The !
The blgarade with sweet fruit is a tree,has the carriage establish.Florida as.the Southern.out- M TROPOUTAN HOTEL, .
has caused'to be called Adam's apple.' of the bigarade ; its leaves, sometimes of JACKSONVILLE FLA Sols ASCMS fas'Florida tat. i 'fl'.#
. hybrid of the orange and of the biga post physical, ,political,and financial .
: rade. It is a tree the fruit of which Inside of this'rind which.is intensely of the form of the citron, sometimes vigor. Among the hopeful signs JCJ-Gocds at Savannah and Charleston prices JACKSONVILLE, TWRIDAV.V <- AtriUsCacntkalPaaU.aBd.i';''. .ud
bitter, is found another like that of that of f 1
the'orange, uniting be noted the
: preserves the traits of the bigarade, may recent appointmentof WhItes faint M o W Dmrsr.Aintfar : .
in the thick rind rugged and bitter, the cedrat, thick whitish! fleshy and peculiarities of both { there are some fellow-citizen: Gen. R. B. Van WiD mauvopcaduriaftAe Summer fcr tacaccoc*> V : V ... .t.. (d'HITu. -

and of which the pulp is enclosed Ina bitter. It encloses a' pulp, divldedIlflOT long, some rayed,-some quilled. ,The Valkeuburg,ex-United States 'Minis: NORTON & KOOKER, \ modadoo of the travcfflnjpublic and citixens gtncsaDy. .1 '' ... LJZZlZBAXD; itu'w' V.v.oLtstA.b.v

pellicle! thaHs equally bitter, and, twelve very small lobes which most part 'have' the winged petiole, ter to Japan', to the Supreme Coort : KEAL ESTATEDEAIERS. corer Ocaa and Bay ''i'

nevertheless, sweetish.It contain .an acidulous, insipid juice. like that 'of the orange. The flowers b nch,' and the efficient ''manner in streets Mosey,Jacksonville loaned: on,Florida Red Estate .ecnrity. General Prices Greatly Reduced., ..,., j'ut

is cultivated for pleasure' in Lig- The seeds are covered with'a reddish' push,in spring and in autumn.,, Theyare which the State Comptroller, the Hon.C. Lift and Fire l.itn>rfB Agents and dealers in PIne r V AID' "' ,1 .

, nria, and i ii: found only among ama- pellicle, formed by two whitish coty.. different figures, likethe leaves ; A. Cowgill.is defending and sustaining Correspondence Lands,Pb"&c.solicited.. Springfield suburb a ja&wtfJ specialty. I RATS. PER ,DAY, f&joa Van Bmatft_ ; Brv'a. Line Sailing Pack*-,"fJ..'/1! V ,
ledons This is
: variety only"cu1tiva- some have petals white in.the.interior '
the financial
teurs. The seedsmen do not multi honor of the FROM NEW YORK*

ply it, but it is not much sought after. ted in Liguria by amateurs and seeds- arid red tinted ,externally, and make State. A healthy public sentiment is 1 B. C. DREW, >d Eberal terns by the, week and ssooth.. tw6-tg B'y StiistJaAiosiflk.P1sid;: .1" -

men. It is multiplied by grafts upon nuclei of the cedrat others of .. .
; a which
It is one of the oldest' known hybrids. pale growing, will soon drive official VTALRBANKS
bigarade. is multiplied white, have a !large and pronounced thieves. om power and replace them ATTORNEY AND RATES' -

NO. XXIV.Giro from seed, but i it Is only used as a subject corolla, and produce a mixed fruit : with capable and faithful servants of COUNSELLOR-AT.LAW The patrooage of the .,'y:it
- aurantium Indicant fructa m:1gt1:1.: :: for grafting upon with citron 'others whose flower is white polio Kspect&Oy solickeov I ***'.
.. medulla acida. pure pro- the public. Office to the ew Frefchnaa s Bank Buikling.cantti .. DU1D ;. VV
Curtice o I
-', IJijaradicr a ecorce douce. orange or lemon buds. There are a duce'bigarades;' and there are some Real estate in Jacksonville is firmly Pine...aDd. Fourth Streets Jacksonville... '. .. .J..B.TOGNI..Prorietcr.April V' ;"VVJ. .'11.. "-

number of roots at Versailles, at the which have no pistil and which flow. held and commands ready sale, notwithstanding .-Ajuuunrs ,...c.D.n ..,.. ijth.1774..Gent' ., 4-$3tw3 GROCERIES AND. PROVISIONS,

The bigarade of edible rind, men- Jardin des Plantes and at Paris. The The fruit follows the caprice of the the t
almost' BAY :
tioned ;Ferraris, seems to be a byf is good for nothing, it is sought tree ; some are bigarades under, the lethargy in other parts of the South. J U. &: a.J.BAKER.ATTORNEYSATLAW..- /. *famishing 1OOIkBackt"*, ----.;:... .. ..ei or

brid of the Volcamerius sweet orange. Neither Miller! oCoaunelyn. for its-beauty, it is neither fit to' form of a.lemon ;, others mixed lemon The unrivaled position of the city for: FOR SALE OR RENT-COUNTRY. Always keeps ennand "'I\\'ot

or .
eat nor to preserve. and are sometimes round -
orange, business, commanding a river trade of r
make mention of this fruit. That of flAY CORN OATS;BRAN, GROUND
is NO. XXVII. sometimes nippled.at their summit ; nearly: 1,000 miles, and the ocean outlet Orncil Reeds EaiJdia,. TT OTEL AND ORANGE GROVEFOR FEED.'PEAS CHICKEN FEED
which Clusius speaks sweet juiced. .
Citrus aurantmm Indicum folio petiolo alai others have a rind like the orange, I :of, the lumber, fruit, and otber i-iy ]adtsotMne.Florida PORK. LARD.,BACON :>( 'V
where this
I do not know variety 1' .socptf in sumoix: teueritate violaceo: Sore and the pulp of the cedrat. This tree products of Florida-combined with I JAKZS.BAKU: SALE OR RENT."W SHOULDERS V.
s.. with sour juice is grown ; perhaps it hiDe albu indc exterias rubente, fructu violaceo bears also cedrats of different forms of the daily accession of Northern men narrow j.: UK'" HAMS ,

1 is a lost variety, which may be reproduced medulla acido. which'some- participate the cedratand' and capital-give the place B. BEEBE win icat far the season or'tell! on easy terms, FISH FLOUR.HOMINY.MEALvRlCE.. w .
, : if the seed of liiVaradier a fruit violet. a thrifty, j:
oranges grown H
in the
some orange ; some have_ metropolitan Newbrick THE ALA COACOfr
appearance. HECKER'S FLOUR. FARINA .
the should be The bigaradier with violet fruit is
near bigarade grown,
the internal and external disposition blocks! along Bay street 'and handsome, ; BUTTER CHEESE, APPLES, ONIONS
; I it in this a singular and Its ,Mellonville Ore Co., Florida.
therefore give place catalogue. variety, a rare one. of all fcurt fruits, in the form of four private residences various'parts of r POTATOES.SUGARS SYRUPS,*'*

r i not mentioned, by Ferraris or Volcamerius portions, l like ,a cross of which two the city are going,-up rapidly,and last ROOM No..MASONIC BUILDING WITH THE..NURSERY FARM ORANGE GROVE AND MOLASSES COFFEES .,--. o'

NO. XXV. nor in any of the books will be citron, and two orange ; and winters,tourists will be surprised at: tw36-l2W$3-IO! $ ..7mcAascv'sYZThriJa.jM. -.ATTACHED.- TEAS. .COCOA- "",,.:J'
I' Citrus InJicum cHratam fructuuno of botanists who precede or follow SNUFF. 'H.;:
aurasunm side by side with these will the PROPERTY .
grow pure great improvement when! they return THIS IS MOST ELIGIBLY OILS SOAPS, .i *
& curtice aureo crisso, itaaiJcaiite.iacdulU them. It is found only in some & ARTHUR A.' BIRNEY
; '
and ,
aciua simple: oranges, without any mix. in November. A :magnificent from the Steam STARCH TOBACCO.. -. -*%

Lamia aranciaU.pi acara., modern works. I have only seen a ture.; 1Ye :must notice that all ,the shell road: has -been constructed> to ATTORNEYS: boat Landing on Lake Monroe. WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS.*,. '
painting of.this fruit, at 3LMichel'seditor ,* BASKETS BROOMS. SPONGES, TUBS:
oranges are sour and the citron is the Moncrief Spring four miles.from the
The orance Jamie, or the citrated of the Treatise opon :Trees FOR INVALIDS'mr CLIMATE CANNOT BE i < -iifCAtiXKV
c drat of Florence. The bizarre was city, which: will be one of the great 45 STREET 'NO. 330, SURPASSED-while in part of Florida con- GOODS DZVRZYXI.WD.: .'V
is a hybrid which partakes of who got.it from' the inheritors the '
orange multiplied at .first by grafts ; but It attractions of the bjnes so many advantages to the power
the orange, the citron and the lemon. successionjof; the celebrated Duharael, was observed'th2t the buds of whichit This coming winter. WASHINGTON, .CITY. ': .. .of TROPICAL FRUITS. V EVERYTHING. V '

Its dark leaf, large and crisped. 2p.-; and also. a plant in the ocangerie of spring hourly discharges hundreds ,. ." ,i1rouc "
is difficult sold
to distinguish the nature of of 'K. If Mt odor*FIRSTMONDAYia MARCH I u
soft .
Broaches-to that of the apple!Ain da.ru the garden of the- Museum of Natural would often into gallons chalybeatewater A.pAmox. A.i .IIDL- next.the property-will OB that day be r ared at publie V "" '"
develop simple of crystal purity, and lies em- sale to, the highest bidder. Apply: to .GRocixy'AND PROTISlO1LflX... :-
form. :.fhe.fio".er shaded with red History in Par. This individual V J
t; -i
oranges= or simple cedrats. It is one of boiered in of the romantic "b3m'mocks" pAT"I1S0 FLEMING & DANIEL,
.; belongs to the lei non; the fruit very which is very hanme, has the physi- the caprices of this plant to see a citron -. for' which .Florida Attorneys, I ,SELL FOR CASH '*

large, round: end fattened: is nearly ognoaayof the ordinary bigaradier; famous. ATTORNEY!-ATLAW.Office. JacksonviDc,Florida.AD :
come from a bud which has: the Commodious and convenient 0cieeri1. II Airo *T '
an orange therind unequal<< and it has tbe-carriage aud the leaf of this axis bathing- *
of leaf
"... rough like that cf the cedrat, and Its and: the only.remarkable trait about itis the an' orange orange from a, bud and.of reciprocally which I from bobsesarebeing the erected to be supplied .RfQua's uI2diE .JitbowriOe. shade braids aad chignons at Bucky's.. THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES." .t

color varies between that of the cedrat i a head rather more tufted. I should the leaf is'cedrat. I spring. Ample State Fairgrounds '' Uerdwsu.Loaat. Hotels.Bnardiiig H_....
This phenomenon with faultless "mile ]OHNSOY. M. D. families are iariMd: to examuw and
a track sy foods pticea.
;. and the orange; it is readily detached have classed it among the varieties, 'ifthe j frequently deceived gardeners; who have also been laid out in the immediate P.E. FOR SALE. ,, ,1

, g nm.the lobes which are also slightly spring, in awakening its 'vegetation would obtain'only simple plants fx>m 'vicinity. uoMcY.0PATUICPHYSICIAN THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES
:adherent among themselves; the pulp I had not,offered a phenomenonto their grafts. Thus they had recourse i sections AND SURGEON.o i
. whitish and I 1he''crops: rn all of the rub rom COTOTXY 'UnJ) 'Q or aLL EIID5tf
acid. resembles
lemon. which convinced
S a to me, me that it is to the marcotte. It is: in this* : : ail Farm near Lie City/m&r.ONXOFTENACftCd .
only ] State are reported north side of Tkrtt : _
This as being-unusually Bay Street la Dr.Robinson's V .tut.
i description is that of a variety a hybrid Its sprouts of two kinds,] new building block ,
way that this beautiful race can be full, ,with "flush times' theJarmers. next cast National,HotelTTTR.ANNO Iggd 1
; ,
which If possess: and it appears to some white like the orange and others perpetuated with all its among TTTTIJ ON&WHtTLOCS.s. : -Y
; oe to be a sub-variety of the apple ofAdam colored,of a deep violet like those ofthe cultivated \ The orange groves are everywhere Cleared had;BO ether Improvements.ONZ VV'" Successor* toTbne.A.Willson' ,
only by amateurs. It is .
> well'laden/oand! increased .
; differs in some accidents lemonthis violet tint : i .
; also ap- in W1LUbS
; from common Tuscany. only shipments of the golden fruit will be fifteen acres.la culdvndoa. joopape'vtoes and
that of Ferraris and that of Vol. pcalnerius ears upon some of its blossoms, which seen it at Genoa, in the garden QraL sent northward next winter. The cultivatdaofgrapcia'a ATTORNEY-AT-XAW,,I fruit tree;uaderdraioed:: ;clay tubsofl: .ne of die bat V GRAIN.'FLOUR, ANDEEDdaanCPZZQ" '.
who also differ for- .
from each proceed out,f.lhe. same branch which : places V "
other but it l be DUr.JZZa."T" staple fruit crop!' Office,b SieoT, Block. !b1 Street, ONE OF TWENTY ACRES -::
must observed that also produces white ones ; its fruit is I t V
be im d.
hybrids do not preserve themselves equally shaded with violet just as the &"tz has been .begun recently in this vicjnity .. About four acres in-cultivation V'PT. good pine rtORNtF.AL.nOYL road CAU.AJTOS
and the resUlts. this ate :OB Kiss's *
intact except they are multiplied by j red orange is tinted with.blood color.I From an Occasional Correspondent of the Tribune. year t' C.C.COLLINS.Dealrt .
abundantly varieties Sc. BASNETT, fa Real EKate.WIrsdicB'a BwIdioK. St. CORN, RYE MEAL, GRAHAM
encouraging-all Bay
.J grafts. Those which come from seed do not know the nature of the pulp.. Florida in MidsummerJACKSONVILLE : CALL ::: .

" are always varied by the different I was'assured that it was ,yellow and ,. FLA., July 3Ist.- producing largely. and of superior '. LAW. EALTH, WEALTH. FLOUR.CRACKED WHEATI&stRoLl. .*
:1 quality. When the direct V 1- ill.-ff
: proportions of the combinations sour, like that of the'big3f de. It' is While the heated steamship .H *
- line/rorri this New is -Orno la Reed's Win.n' : .SAWING WOOD TURNING V
thus the port,to ::York es' BuOdinx.
same varieties
rarely to that this its
or never easy see variety owes New York and Brooklyn are supposed -
t j meet but in tablished (and, measures have 'been .' UJ'f TOORD .
; following the UCKSONyiLL IiiC .
principles origin to the influence of the 'pollenof be
' to having a personal realization of '
taken fo ..
this 1"
: ; have secure , we already explained, it is easy the. lemon from.whcse seed.i. i it has Dante's ideal,"Inferno," and fleeing communication -V RECREATION Wood Sawed, Split, and' Dehidby
.Florida, fruit .
and '
; fix ,) .
to the trait ] ILSUMMERS ', .
and ? ; i" j
to ,
It is of
them the
place come. one most sigular from miseries at home to the hotel will be ; .. ;
vegetables landed in NeV York .
!, the V I. Cord crLoad.o: : t
amongst lumies whether in thejl with which "
hybnd$ our gardens are and boarding.house'miseriesof seaside LANDS Ft*
i" in the greatest profusion ATXORNEY-AT-LAW: ., -
class of lime from Januaryto ; -B -
or poncires. Each enriched. It is be desired that this >
I to and country, Floridians/on the banksof Rau*Block.Bay Street opposite ow aOH and WharT
? do July and at prices that'will drive ORANGE GROVES COLONIES,, .
person can it for himself and report hybrid be multiplied, both on PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER V VaVV .0ACkSONVJLLZFLA. -
river St.
may our great lacustrine Johns ,
: the hot-houseprodncts from,your markets. U.15. CIRCUIT cOU& FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS : V "
plants without difficulty to account of 'the agreeable mixture in
are enjoying days, weeks, and months U> V
;" the Altogether,a brighter future is in store OSe. Folk's VILLA SITES TOWN
variety they resemble most. i its flowers and the color of its fruit, of almost faultless weather-breezy ) bn.1Ang. A. WEiO3r 1s-t6 w.A.wmooc
i i for this lovely"land of,the orange and .. LOTS
NO. XXVI. which'seems to he' superior beauty. showery, delightful days, the -
' mercury the .
,i Cure pinc"the Italian. peninsula .of = S.J.D.unn!I BANK. ., .V Jpl
aorantirm Ind-cnm fructa maxima NO. XXVIII. seldom reaching 90,deg. or falling,to America. '. F t. FOR SALE ON SANFORD'S GRANT.' SAYINGS .

canto,rulgo ptxnnm Mini! 70 deg.; evenings charming beyond. & DANIEL, ..
Lamie d'Espue Gtrus aarantiom Indicum frnctn stellate _' FLEMING L.M.MOORE.Afikvr.Sanfcrd. THE FRESDMAN'S SAVINGS ft: TRUST CO..
: d'Adam
Paris,pompeleoc.! pomm: : at Bigaradfcr a fruit etoile. description, and the air laden with V V. .V3Ac1.sYtzL '",,;.,
Porno de'Adamo perfume of night-blooming 'flower, :ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. ** ; j'DepotHsof ,
Adamo. There is called the starred orange_a The Nevada Transcript says f As one SALE: OR RENT,
: Most. botanists fruit whose the sides and fanned by the sea breezes whichr: O mca: Reed's Block,comer Oceaa. Bay Street I FOR 1 ON LAKE MONROE.Two amoimt 'recerwd Iroai fadrriduals.hnilnfis .
f > have confounded rind presents a constantly traverse the of of our citizens, who recently took Jacksotrrffie Fla. any :

:If) Adam's apple with tiMfxmpolmoes or l little raised, starting from the peduncle Florida and nights uniformly cool ': unto himself a better half, was retiringthe 3-11-17" -' o. arms sad soctctics, est which hxerest win Waflowed
; ,
&melmtms! and ,and ending a small nipple 1t the other trick -- : V
have night
united them both ; 'wooirtg to drowsy slumber." Paradoxical ,a mean was A. KNIGHT
under the name of -citrus etecumana. crown. These fruits are called mela- it the Northern- played upon him by some mischievous A. ,'f -'new Cottage. near' the s-m1wwc'1.aadiq at D.poslts' suybe ..:'., xpfessvaiewveat'.Cniasor
as seem
: Sloane! in his description of Jamaica, rosa in Liguria because it is pretended andMiddle\ may States suffer, far persons. The wif,of the party, referred ; i. ..' ",' :, SANFORD V Vy..a.ia postal atoaey order*sad bank ma..::*
+ greater ATTORNEY AT LAW;
gives us a figure and description per, they have an odor of roses. The plantis extremes, hot only of cold in winter, ,to had 'already,retired, and her ALtO.' ? The Bank is opc dady from 9 A...tor..M.;also,

ectly proper for the apple of Adam ; i small, the branches thin and pliant, but also of heat In the summa than lord, was just,.in the ,act, of 'crawling "N o. 's Hoeg Block,' op' stain; InrhifBnK.' r HOME LOT of twenty acres a deairab ost Saturday eveoings, fcr deposits eeJy. Cross; d to ScIock.

J and he adds afterwards that there ex the leaf oblong and lanceolate, the this southern extremity of the Union. over to the back side of the bed, when two tory fconae with targe c1i1 JlCdctachcd o' VV>V
t' ists only one petiole winged the rind divided by ,outside, of the house let 3-'jswlf Jacksooville, ,Fla. Cashier :
.. \ariety, which has the The Florida winter resembles : some party V s.I&aWe foe a JIqpdbIc.--. 4-uyiw., n' J SWA1M.' .t
flesh of the orange, and whose rind its'raised'5ides i has the color of the very loose the water through the open window '. .
much old-time V '
<; has the color of that fruit. He char l lemon, and a pleasant odor resembling Summer, of the Middle. halcyon'States I on" the back of the half-bent hus C L,'ROBINSON, Apply to H. L, DaFOREST.Sanfcrf.Fla: A. N., DOBBINS, V' ;;,;:: ,

<:i" acterizes: in the same manner two bergamotte ; the pulp is whitish, the here the sky is perfectly, exceptthat clear band. The shock,was so great that it ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; >..1', t.--. '" .
, species in Latin j juice acid it contains 'iced.i'hiis ; -7 *7,1373. twsotf GUNSMITH.'LOCKSlirTH. r...;
synonyms, which he ; many and the atmosphere drier and more: caused him to givs/a sudden leap for- '. ;.,1

: this reports likewise. I have preserved in : variety, seems to belong to the elastic. Rain,rarely falls in.the winter: ward, and by.so doing he, drove his .u.o.NOTARY. S.PUBLIC CIRCUIT and COU&COMMISSIONERU. : ? milE MERCHANTS'EXCHANGE.SA.LOON. AND GENERAL JOBBER,

2i article only that proper to Adam's hybrids ; it brlongs to the orange, by months; three, four, and not unfre- head with terrific force against the No. Masonic Block. 1 V fsci
a i-rr
r.: ; apple, leaving the rest to the variety the leaf and form,of its fruit ; it belongs qucntly five weeks of ,bright clear wall, nearly breaking his neck. The Home's BLOCK. Caner Bay sad SciasJACKSONVILLE Sa.a.'I'.tlt..: )

I tbn,rel. Rumphius confounds l to the,lemon, by the color and and almost cloudless days occur, ,con, bed, of course,-was thoroughly satura- R ICHARD MCLAUGHLIN, FRANK GREGORY., flORIDA4:;
them as well as Sloane, in his Heri. the acid juice f. its odor which is very secutively. This mild, dry atmosphere ted, and the man, through the fright REAL ESTATE AGENT PRICE LIST. A*U Dl vfwl ,--

I"a1ll! 'rum Ambainense and has been foU i agreeable is apparently the effect of 'constitutes the special fascina and injury received by his contact Twehrc Lacer Beer Tickets fcr. |i _'; : V' V

; lowed by Linn us, and by the other |the combination of the odoriferous tion of the winter climate in Florida with the wall, has been unable to beout "FlIri .Scnppetaoas; rooUr,.., II$. SEWING MACHINES CLEANEDANDRUAlKED... .

botanist5. Adam's is qualities of these two kinds. since. He will liberally for JUS sorts of Real Estate bought aad'sold; Uoaeylo.vested. Ltss Juic PTarh.. ,.- _StMakPnnrh :,AItfl
apple one of ( ; pay ,
especially or invalids. And it is in .Taxes: paid.Titles ersmined.RKFOS .,. <: ;
the ko Craa p.- --' ,
oldest 1 Is- ., .
known of the of the who \
; the hybrids. We If O. XXIX. marked contrast with almost every apprehension parties rr nxmasKm. to William Attar. Zi: {.. ... ..- .5. ORDERS FROM THrCOUNTRTPItOKPTLY'

:'1 .fir Jerusalem a description of it in the History dims aunntittm 'Indicum limo-titratum other State in the.Unfon. especially perpetrated the joke. New Lewis York H. Redner.: EGov Phfladdphiar A.,G. Cartn W.; Belkfoote Stokes fiord.PhOadeiphU Pa..: :Rom Pmrh .,,..-., ........... .5. ATTENDED, TO.'V ;''

!:J and the of Jacque deTitrey, folio Ct frnctn mixto. the Pacific coast, where the rainy a. -, d :D.GUUiblcr. kcr.fasktoaviOe. iaHenry ,Brudx" 1'\-" Is.VWblI7 -' .:''..'l'" ':''
Tucker,Boston.Mass >
of -*Z7-pc1
greater pan the Arabian | Bigtradicr limo 1 aelaogec onlabizzahe. son prevails just is not SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
authors who Caret p.-1- ., .. ,.. ._. ,
know it under the i -So'M"
d. oC LzrslJIIUm name wanted, and ceases during the long, residence on Capitol Hill, last night, W; EARL, """. > -So -' .- 'III! 'VFOR

{ found it in zambon. Marco polo The bigar dier with mixed fruit, 'or hot summers, when it would.prove.so wrenching .a young map's mustache R. PLAIN DRINKS is CENTS SiCII olblc Iock :, .,.

t. been known Variii in J'70. It has the bizarre orange, is the most pronounced great a, blessing and buinbing a young lady's head severely. PRACTICAL, Imported Ginger Ale,Bass*Ak.Dublin Stoat.Cou.&ae. -. SALE ': :'t VA

..'ancient under the name Adamo Ibc hybrids and probably The Florida .summer (as distinguished .- ':The moral, in ,this case can PAINTER AND PAPER .k _,.!, .....,;I'.;

Calm and Italian cultivators, such as the most peculiar, of all. It was discovered from the Indian Summer! ) con be got .at. without, ..pick-axe.' Having decided to reside* here HANG1RI Spring CaasloMT*salts t.sale stBocky*. Bones sad Let.b.adIl k-atedi.-or";, CUT. /
n WiHerrera br the ,Span-, at Florence in 7644 by a gardener continues seven months, or nearly -s- clad to recciv*orvien froa all requiring, work doM to orjadtsoorffle.: TBSkotMbkaTs.veOasUie SMr

under the name ofji who obtained it,from seed and twice as long as in the Middle States;; A boy was seen inthe streets of St. .. A WRIGHT, .
VODJO or Sued ci with I80de 1cpTV.. 1aIpWe f4f
Iaia Mathioli calls it who suspecting the phenomenon, but during, the,whole of these seven Paul a few days ago with his cap full 'GRAINING. GLAZING and KALSOMININC ATTORNEY AT LAW. V
; Fcrrarii calls it Jumia I dons ibs ba&_., : ;tf C. OAJackao'i 11a.
bad condemedlt
qalcn ,
-. 9t"* according to outbm months a very pleasant temperature of green apples. He was followed Reeds Block Bay St..JaclsoBTiSe,Fla. .
which has been,given also 11 to be grafted. Happily afihe end fof] prevails., The sky is two hl1fa' three doctors before the Orders left: at Davis fc Drew's anteur**WacctuMM. v
overcast mile ,
11YVolcaalcriuL This frnit' by rill receive pwatft attention, VBI practice la tKt dtfiercnt courts.f the Scut, Cutkcocns FAIRBANKS; :' .. VV
is known .soq c; yean th: graft-perished and the thuds of the time, and the wonderful I first gripe seized him,.and then they ... drompUy leaded> ,.1St' SAMUEL rv- "
t 1Jurt.t'Jmd; ? the:-name.. .oC lll)AMr :ef\\\ its of XXFEKENCESx., :t f ". *
tree..iJ.readYrDa111red: ,pushed own canopy clouds.kaleidoscopic by rea- had Aplenty of ,business for the next : V JtOTARY.:PUBLIC FOR..DUVAl.COCKT
l ,"liltrnll4114. At1>wild' S. .L BunG,>EM"sad C.JUn Rnszw.. Eaq WOOD ft; riu LZS.Photsnaiihic Raoou, an, ,,,fff'f.t. .
frtncbesj which were overlooked lonlo( the constant !breezes, affords hour trying to keep. him undoubled. J 7 yy BTwP.FrioVmberg'ssttrt.. ?- jack2uiIl t 1174t '. '

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1 :', THE NEW SOUTH. Resolved, That ,the nomination of TilE SAVANNAH ADVEBTISEE-REP .Call, Dawkins Moragne and other News. ago. Young men should be careful A Martlnsbnrg. West

I \ h ._ lion, Win, J.Parm_ su. .a'.the Republican how they handle bottles. rime ,Virginia, cU.
,t. : '.... .-... _--- .- ---- \ Li CAN.-Wo learn that this- old. andellknown sucked, oranges"1' who .,have.,8' h record *. patch states that a mob took. John 1
) tIAN candidate for Member of in "
t .CA*"fTH, Congress \; ] GeorgiaQur ] wJH)qrf : they, are foldedup, and packed CIVIL .ArrocrrMpiTs. p. f?l1ow- The-Lh'e Oak Times says that a Person ferro, 'a'ngro coriYlcled mUrder
:. : } ADAMS CAItkUTII Si CO. this t thu First Congressional District ol f.\ &i14
; : : lng'l"lvi1; 'appointments wcni wad dur- came into our office and hanged him on the
yesterday night
I 1 issued 5n about t'theih lrisf.cinlcrie +way'of then of the 1SU
or no'niorc'use burnt out .
... Florid 1 is hereby endorsed and sustained ; a
1ooIi1.J.Q.CW. ,
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""j, 'P -. lug last weekEscambia -; wanted to know it a special tax would Col.] T. S. Fisher and ,
'- -- IOD. or
lhe Convention i which niin. : kes' era combination.K cfatciv" Qnc1.
as (: -au1 -
-strong : W. II. Tucker have to collected natl who .
J. S ADAMS tlUTOR.r county- to to pay for the doors, were bt route, to lIa.
I' tl __._ ated him was the only political body C \J _Albert Lam.tr wjil have editorial, You want.real Jive Io1eana-.:l> justice-of the peace ;.George.Iy JlalUmarkxahd windows and dek broken up by thurioters Grace by water baring embarked"!

;: : ,''I'';.: -TO CORRESPONDENTS- OTHERS having Republican any\ candidate authority to for nominate this District the?; 'OBtrol JjtJtbJ./paper) HndL Altbdi/gfi/ li E. .-. /l'. 'l'J 1' {. Samuel -JUyerion, (6; ba'adcr ion during the Rupublican Conven- small iron boat at Ehniraf. J?. Y,. -hil!

mbarrassments have existed the futurefthotherfiierRepubZithn I You who i is tioneers.RiUaboroughWilliani'W.. t: We told him it'any one asked passing though Cone". '.
: not ,
IIWBI at Lucal inienat arc lIOi tccl(rolll all pan ofthc It was regularly called bjr the State want a man only aITyeilln'lhVw lRapids.
\\\\ J. him., to about fourteen miles
i j ': : S'fcmVJ"ATQ *d MK IB11VI tC WMrtW OtS MibjCCtM .C CUCfU Central l""Committee" iC'was!'orgauteed o b'l' w more ldetuocratlrecenTty'imported : Hooper sayJie,5d1d'nt.knuw. T ,nMApISOX ": below UarrU ,
,i': t' interest,pcciadjr educational social and InJautnatttViai 1 L: Lockhurt. anti| Jeremiah Dynlng, to were drowned otf Friday alttrn '
I:: *CurnviwailanU .d1MJmaL2 thciElet&cnM% l legitimately!> i:1' 'jfl.fl'S th.Ucu and circumcuuce "ill permit.UK member ofttik Slate Central Committee. ; peace. The 3Iadiso :'Becbrder supno'rts AV4 mean, fail, pot. Jour
I' "' We not fur aid in advance will that will come Jackson B.G. Alderman 'be eet laa tab of
'.j poibbc opinions cxprested by our I I p befully protected 80re-headedJtepublicana I to conn- R. Aunt feebler and
.present, in .actonUuce with, the call ,of editori'itry''u cundldatd for sing
kocfetUl1leJ.or Ticjecttil. .' Anony mmmntcrtptt muui contribution CaHj heiiltr* he Chairman thtf Scale'Centra\Committee -i b y the new uianagVmVhf, who p'ropofe; u p and plump in the votes lor'him.; In, ty, treasurer,.re-a pp inted ;C. E.;IIr- Congress.. .: .V.FTom GreenlandV icy ounsj."

,\ ,t.iI .ill not_ l b c.outlced. Jas.T. Magbee, calling the Con- t o.carry, out. all' old. .subscriptions.. view i of the 'aid of I expect 'roni theso appointed.vey/jtp .be county commissioner! re- .A.it.. Livingston, ft respected young -
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f vcntixu to order, (1 also,by.the consent of: :arid situation man of Madison has bid adieu the .
Republicans my own jwculiar "fit; : Jolm-J. D. Stansbnry to be to
k' Hon C. Gibbs. all members of the Committee The followingit>, the I
J. present,) concerning trying scenes of this. mortal life.'* He .
t ;
,:1'liav.e agreed .to 6ayn6thing'mprca'gairist county commissioner. tied William VanDyke ; =
i t '.Woifiiu.= !fjidd but litUe to the tributes and a temporary Chairman was, elected f a'nilyof! ..I mry'V ?f t.neecher will be '' 'tpnnexp1n'd.- '; died in;thi.city,'but his J' ml1in.er" I RENTA

;. ; :i t' already .paid: to Mr. GihtJ His sudden The b jy a sam v.oturf Convention: twenty-eight subsequently to twenty...elected o f interest at the present time: ; Crpei.iaggersWi1e1baveiio claimup 1 > the Democracy I Levy---Frnncis E. Hale tri be'liwtice forwarded MadLson.Mrs. ,
'I'. r I'f und unexpected death, coming as it did, a permanent Chairman, nybtiQ/ltt-ll Henry Be iher, the pastor's eldest o'f Florida of, the peaceTlce L. M.- Galphia) re- Livingston, mother-in-law of CONVENIENT DWELLiNG
: 'I'ft '.wiihvttwariiiurtuuk. all L Ion. NVm. J. Purmaif, "appointed ir on, is living.with his family in.-hN.fatb- in ComjKirison, wiUithose ,signed. .. :: 'A'j [ D. Eagan, is risking ,Madiso.n IN ,

", ; :[ .Gibl by surprUc.Mr District Congressional( ..Committeeconcluded e,r.'&bou Q on tho'Heights .ibis in the ,whocarrifcd thepHrty on its shoulders Monroe Joseph., Bt; ,Gorizaly, tq beoloncl'lSth. She j is.a: resident" Brooklyn! N.Y. *A, 'FIRST-CLASS-CENTRAL;;tQR A SMAI I-. FAMily.LOCATION,
5 was "many respects a leadIng all necessary1 business; and ad. i nsnranctf !iho-firm ut Ueecber whenI was a 1itlu.,innocent prattling Regiment of Infantry.Vice Assistant Superintendent II. L. ;

: :j representative of his race, and in j t.Br5oit baby, and "."hile I place no. high W. Cy Ti br,) n 'the\\ State; Edward I SI 1 gee 13'putting, the Itiilroad track fn PERM'AKENT;.AND CAREFVC." ttJfANTSj

; this State, owing to Ms education and h ms announced the name of Uobert, l yn. Ho is past 30, and was a cojouel B[ Rawson,, to bo'\, ollector of revenue, 1 good repairl Cross-tics "aie being scat Apply at t&e78tf '
estimate abilities and while
,r.. i h a"th J : gcntlemanly bearing, he had ''no Moaehanitco a bolt from the regular{ ,. \ r along the track in the, vicinity SAVINGS BANK.
:9 Ir rior. Honest l supe Convention;. was politically revolutioha- l is a Yale graduate j nli ut 23 years I fnl klyatlm'lt: that there,are-gentleman Roberts!, to b* sheriff'vice J.:G. Jones, 'of Madison for the immediate repair of

; Incorruptible i in, public .y f, and should not be eoutitenaueedy) oM, and iii, stud)iug in a.Brdoklyn law: i in this district far better qualified," yeti resigned. > :the Road:-Madiion Recorder. STATE COUNTY-AND CITY: :

I" f life, he bears with Lim to his grave, t he Republicans of this Distri-h : ffice.; '. Herbert; : 18/'and is the youngest atri willini, !: to waive: all their advantages Orange-John A. McDonald; to. bo ST..:JOHNS OOL 'n., : --

tb .TC pcct alikeof friends and foc!: COM- of the family, and i is an undergradu- ilown justice ,ot the .peace.Charles A; Fox, 'The..redoutableJ. Simons'dr .
OF THE STATE and'merits aiiIknock Hume ;
nto of L Amherst The1 thc'persim- to; be : How I .College. only notary public. .
hoHiWnys labored anil
zealously Bought tM ii tfie'
j. (ort ,; MITTFX: PRESttKft-. mon in view ol'.lGCKX r annumanil'perquisites ;! Pul.1I. fertile imagination,'acting editor of the
: daughter is Mrs. Harriet Scoville 'the ; per G., Fortner, to be :iup riri- 7"ikf FLORtTTA SAVINGS
t the advancement\..tnh1gt.er}\ vu1turnf endent} of : : St. Aiigutine Prw, ht\s tormed a.clvsapi ; "* .'.. BANK.'
23rd Iistrict-J. A. Lee, Chairman. I viloof'ii> minister in Norwich N. Y.. t i "Tliis doclaration' covers\ : common schools. Vice. W. .B .. ; .,. .f .
'j .,.:.. hia race will only be'weri as time, wiili 3rd Smith Dawson, Sec')' Mr, and, Mrs.. Beecher have buried two utire hiabeen Varn.. resigneiU" ; yoong men in the study o{.English ,'. ,

.I :, its relentle>!t march, moves onward 7th Rupert Chat I',., ot. thpee:'children.. : my platform;; my.coat-tall COLUMBIA 'COUNTT. education &", It should have Veen tbestufy ,pR NTING.t.l: ,:: n '
__ : sq, short, .in lime pastthat: this, declaration or psychological musings; pictures ,
1Kb Wrzh D. Leant., "iJIE" vity.sO
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l t\\Vhave knoxvn Mr fiibbs for"j ears, 5 Lake City has had another jail deli TII.JOB
1st ,if Hiram Potter. -.-- "N Forestalling. .is all I that.was_needed to.cq.ver 1i&IIeralEtthus 'fancy, pirates and tlmu'g1ers.J. .
and we can bear testimony to his long ., very. fhcribt"1I' it r W. Allen of St. !
: : 4th Wm. J. Purman. j jI Editor New South :-Sir:-Your statement i it up and.the higher climb the plainer' .\On.last. MohdayKevening! about snnt Augustine has ANt$ ndo 1RINTINfi
nnd efforts been
laborious to lift his appointed agent of the Etna Life
't\'im\ { people do hereby certify that ..- A: Lee,: that my.iirinbunc'ement.as'a'cand i-: will_you st-o my jjlatfqrm; $<: ,- the jail in,this place waa.deliveretl ;Inlur3ncaCowpnuY1 tor the .' TABLlSHMENT '
: lowtr'dbiiasing effects of slaVery Smith Dawson, Rupert Charles, Win.' of four out of six of its county
e ,' date for Congress would forestall a'con- Inasmuch, asl have n ,'er ''yet done inmates. As the i -
to liigherand'noblcr umnlu>od and D. Lears, Hiram Potter, and W. .T. Pur. jailor went -up,'lo, carry water, Bush, Xoiy urcbind stilt trouble tho editor The-proprietors; ; are preyarcif. eec z Cfiicn
ntlonii ii incorrect'As' to'disth.uishuse1f the .. far,
; | I -As' such \Vas'notmy anything to I ofthe.Prcs3j Glad -
up jiwakcns
: ( something description of'
members of the 43tato' Ctait/al every
;,j womanhood. Pure in thought and life man ar* be! twoJohnsons .arid l ,1'arker'were .. ,

:I'": himself,!he worked! to. Jnstill and Committee, and are a majority of the intention- ;trn. most anxious for a time.this hddress lUuuiinate, your'darkene'dsoul. standing at the door, and as if opened slumbering. ) city. .,- PLAt, ,;.OR ORNAMENTAL" PRINTING.,
puro I "
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; State Central Committee residing in the convention, thata, full, .fair expression. l'I am* siii:'-3'ou' will' biySu r they rushed' wit,.took the gun'by force : N'A! AU COUS1'1'ti'' "
.noble ideas into ull with whom he Suck VSINE.C& .
came CARDS
; first Congressional District who"wcro of the people maybe) had, and whatever dazzlcdwitli'the: sp'arlcs"of gcnius herdIn fronHh&jailorVhands: and alter pound- ,Fernandini i b.full of visitors,and presents .. '- VISITING CARDS:; J
I in contact arid the results his life'sVork .
of present at the regular Congressional i him for time left him *
some .
so frightened ,
that ft a lively appearance IXRDSL
: be UabiJe.by Contained you'will.: give : "
; will 4 hereafter. Convention held Tallahassee: August nay ttiir'dec1sionI5expeet up thathe KILL HEADS.
*}.only-recognized ." v >. ; whoI I forgot to give ftr. 'alarm The Fernandims,Ofyerwr sacs) Mr. '
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j' To-day, wits thousands we mourn hi!} Ilth; 1874 which Convention nornina, it. /x and.uck'nowledge ,thlit't the man. ,until the prisoners 'had got off sqme dioj GJJiubenty.; of Gen: Q.: A. Cilraore's ,'POSTER!I "KCULAKS HEADS. ,.

f loss, antiat some future day we hope to ted Hon.'W. J. Purman for Congrss.Signed4 ,If any person isselected by that convention ;lias ears ,and: ,brass enough 'to come to' ance One 'of them went off with the corps of engineers, half arrived in this ''i BRIEFS.;.

: j f tribute his [ ] flVsi:
"', f I pay, 'a: 'more, ., worthy to memo-, Chairman.State, Cen. Com. : pa'rtyf other,than myself I, ccntly,,nud. undertakes; to set aside- Conseryative -' 'gun. "TheHwo colored men that were of the iant1svtters! conn-ectrai ; A nt1liaUivh"and nLA KS, Or ALL KI DS.
t 'I r"" injail cam out as'it'to ]look at the escape tho'S Johns. 'Mr.'>,leaves .
Beecher-Tilton. expect to go on the, stump 'in hisFliP" : Conventions, ignore the many : -'. PRINTING AND,.GILT. WOR
i I Mr..Gibbs arrived in Florida about and-vreut back to jail for hu field of 'operations early, next

ibo close of the'war, and has been idcntified Beecher's statement has at last been t ortv[ 'J W. :R. ANNO'.. gentlemen' P1luk of their talentand, and position who ']h', O. 1'., Luther's stables' in Lake \veek. This.id avery strong hint lhatthe CHE.tF.xNEAT-AND'PROMPT.Bucij' .
'have their
'with the State administration ever made public and by clearness and L Jacksonville, Fla':'Au'g.' 18, ISii. ; i reconl in tiiue City i were destroyed by,fire. last Friday government fe following out the f uggestiona 5 .- ', -. 5'- -
? .. people ofpt-ril anti, I
A farming1 of Gen.
morning. Grant .
of all the facts' quantilf.orhayafd! tfeoroiwly. S : IcILPfI. Be*whit_.
testified bri
'Su11'crcdmlltheru tliat
i r eince. lIe was a member of the Con explicit explanation Doe!(;Viituel| Slumber ? ; thJ' ground } ,utensils were burned. 'The Observer'I is (ntJra iSliclr1tlc ._i.. ..

;, ,j elitutional Convention- Secretary 'of' to before the Investigating Committee : / Editor :New; Sbuti':'How is it that I Iwcan, is"lad fit 'to'c.c'receive ssrutly with! Republicans ALACI1UA,.COUX-rXV hotel question i The i iridh-alions that our o .1.' KEENE, ..,, -- -, ,-r -
Tote for
::, !, State and at the lime, of his death, Su"pvfiti'tetidentof .. nnd the published fragments ol(c virtue, ;Clumbers ,in this! >city.? fvl.'ryisue.of I Congress (or some other your pLtce.") r- Archer reports ,that the largest corn. city needing other anti ampler hotel .

: j \ Public Instruction. ,He Murs by'Tilton, he is rfcscued.froni .hli! OUrCitypap rs luring, forth the ;. '.: !',- '' W.-RAKXO, crop is made in the, neighborhood! this accomodationa i is quite apparent. Many I4T STt&T.L&xIf'w'ffi r.I t&oatDA ,

i"1 died his I falling position. lIe mak" s'a full denial I year known. The :cotton up, to persona from our.si5ter cities and the interior Dealer in Ifill'ncry. fznef taj Dr-n Goods of I j
.iu. .Tallahassee, at residence, disinterested manner by which .'some :i I 1 ., prey would come here, to the kind. Kerpn lamVy oft hdths
: .4 of all Tilton's charges He' admits his : F"io' this .time, is in fi,ll fruit and bloom. escape htcity1.io(
last .Cedar- ,
from the effects of Keys
'riday night, a i State, County, City-, pr School official Full will uc severe hat which H felt more in someplacl't ifATS
cr.ops gathered.No ctt r.pi1lar.yetl AND TRIMMINGS.V .
:k:I stroke of apoplexy. 6 wn weaEnjSsIff i reTerencelolbe blackmailing'b has courteously rnadeauhlic CEDAR KEYS FJLA.', atvonaodalions were certain.

'. V _________ ; ; ycTiU6n 'anif, jrbu1ton:/ Th : : di-positi-. ..ugust.1fj.UI71.Editor Already 'the most of our former Jacksonville GobJ i a.tri.ajkdrtnKnt of
\ his'pdckels.
r r/ They call this The New Era _
Lo' I i hypothecating New South : Your Gainsyille says : visitors are Scattered along the Ft.
New York correspondent .
.i t .<.II; I A Saving Institution. World editorially.comments: the funds' for uon-payrqeufr) : alter the of Jacksonville I' There is' general : from t.hI"turpentin blalllllc:1h ; ', KID ,GLOVED
I 1'1 leaving quiet city a complaint George and other points *i W *
lIe his
'i i While I the American people have every has sthted the'history of relations of.their dues.Of course, all they ..collect found 'himself transfered, after: & farmers that tuipentine is about the month of the St. Jolm'd river. Very CHEAJ;also,a,JUB a *runent of'
withtbeTiltons and Moultdn '
advantage to ll'n pOd make money} without reserve. The. charges with of Tilton, arc dues. They steal jiqthing;,they iin hl lir'l'I'comfortable ride by dU.I ; to il not flowinj:'' as' freely this year 'a* ..otothers. It.is debatable where.the most suitable ; WHITE GOODS.
rI Baldvrin, where he 'was sci/ed "upon bya .. It is said by observing ones to place i* for a new hotel for the
few' i ; accommodation -
yet very .save it.Tp be sure we have been supported by 1'00t' ,Thgub1ed claim they hold in their hands tile Have received ''e1( of*
no } judges,, waiter with'a., duty apron ;aud told L I be owinz to thu scarcity of pine tree, or tileaverage of summer, : ot t -

'j have savings bank's, so called, but iu extracts from Mr. 'Bc'ccher's I the courts. Sue us ,embezzlement. that be mustjeiuain duriug.the., night at mast, Wjien there arc heavy crops of visitors it would bust! l he located on the HATS. ,' JNC"S.'. dRE.VADJNES; FRENCH

'j, the, later yean; :by improper 'manage own loiterswere, in our Judgment, at why, "we will indict you for libel !" '. :"*.cte Uoter and take the, morning train I pine 'mast, the tre, .'s are much more beach but, for the convenience of all seasons ANDJAP.1NECHALLIE5

",' L nient, ibhi.m'. sty,'&c., they'have, proved Tiltn least, inconsistent('hng But with they the were truth such ot; We do not"deri);! levying four mills- for' Lo cedar l Keys.' That night will'never: vigorous1and 'afford a greatcr' fluw' of the better place for; expensive ThalwfJb: : soldre.\IyreJw..eJpi.! 6-lh"u%
: bo ro'rgotten.nt1: what with the .lllise.ut' ) sap. : and oripttte.estab1ishment is .
::1 unsafe depositories.Whatever we may letters as to ,need explanation Mr.Beecher commissions.and one fur schools. We some-
doue.-nic fowls] swine and' "other Deer are'so In'.the' vicinity where oii'Centre street.JliUIOX '
: think (If the optiaI.government ol L haS made that' explanation dp not den hcretoforo issuing city scrip who ; JACKS NViLL
," LI } : quadrupeds were under the house,, of-Arcber"they fearlessly'enterthe town. : 'COt TY. THE
their sparing one, neither Tilton nor Mpul .
institutions have ,
I miancial ; regularly or irregularlywhat had or in close proximity thereto, w'o arose' One into fifteen
ton, nor himself.Thus.at. last ; you leaped a, well feet deep The Ocala Banner hat -rcsomeil its T
:: i proving ANtf
t always been safe and mnd, the savings I II that ho.has nothing 10td concea-Mr) to do'with'! that ? Our Sb}'Iocks muit be : in the morning and sighed for the day lain week and was captured. toea1 lumn. '- -. .LIVERY
: ,of the pe<'pe I wan}!ar, ; aiid we would I before, br. owjn; to inevitable, we Ocala '
Beecher : has had
dispels tho only shadow: ol distrust paid. D-ll. tho workmen.. We issue wade GAD3DEN COUNTT. a grand jail delivery'. -
j uurtoilet.with
of ,
do well to learn wisdom'from those gov which may": hayp crept over hii S scrip to'pa 'oft these" \fellows' ; our Shylocks toothless comb'and, a.one pint corner water of, a a Th .Quincy' City Council are exercising Ocala :desire* 'a good men-hnnt.. It S 'TABLES ,

'I ernmtnt 'in the, way1' of finance. good :'name among', fair-minded- 1nJ I .buy it up at ..from fifty to sixty dirty 'towel, and rushed' frantically 'cm the people of that quiet burg and the says the field is open i for all, and a man C. B. McCLENNV,, PROPRIETOR.
.1 IUreflhifldedmefl. Journal 'thus, narrates: their '.inconsist can mate,a.profit of:$0 to 100 per cent. .
Some bO rII'the '
; of flHt best known and ablest L train which was to take to
: J the.dollar l and.we then '
( on -a--
1 ; cents levy a On Sunday last. the .and festive
r ; the little town on tbe"G 'of Itxic .: ency,,: : gay
financiers have .recently organized thq Conservative Committee. tax on to take.'it dollar for dollar It i is Peter Uatchett and William Notice u'giTcn id he ''piWic that I have purd
.(1 you up, The Florida Railroad, now' called the .really Amusing,to Jiear .the Gjunt.s'en.t will-known HAKTRilJUK STARI.E..I.
ii jndustrja' ,EilibitI, I i. ) ) J';? Ns The Conservative Executivo'JCJniiuit" cash.: *We borrow money at .Ironi Atlantic, Gulf and W st, .India Transit Messrs- Growlers growling about 'the aged in shoulder striking the old the METROPOLITAN HOTEL a>J have onhaada

:. o1'k. unJcr a diart l' p\!sell by lbSt tee for tbi. Congressional t district nter yes. two to five per cents per month for pity Company' Railroad 1, .and,Se Tranhit J!! street 1 law. Some of'the' firm asserts l liverygtable.The-usual. polite arid elegant -
: language was thatoeca-: LA1tCE'STOCKtW4IIULWORSAL4.
that all the has been on ,
scrip bought '
: ;t t.L'L&g S1at' I'e. 'a'hfs ..tomfany) will'I tenlay f,'' the purpose ot calling a nominatirig purposes, nod levya'tax oil you'to ay: isA'' curious' affairand: u a very poor by-'the members of tbe,'council and then up ion to the great edification' of pajsersbyr -,

i issue bonds of$20, redeemable at stated I Convention. The gentlemen ortb thCointnitteemustfeclgreatlyeiicouragc It. Wha: rightjLavo'ypfl j to growl ? iSa.iiaiuiP'wcbe'gan'to roiihvith: : a tremendous think name,there but what the laWr passed for their benefit., The during which time >' nice: club,very HO!S4S .

.: .'times, :and parties, holding jthem ,will! 1 { :" We are the law.l! The ]law is perjured, not much, and such'ak'dreadfnl: was samo men not many! months ago growled politely found its wsiytu,Peter'* squash, Those
shaking .
dering M purtjmse will fiad it io tfi l
have an. increasing lremiumitb .increasing.yearjs in their great woi-k "rebuilding,'&c.,:" of course ; noftisWe'boy: l )'your bondsat and jolting'uiider'anyother guise would because' the, .members of. tire' council' him making things look so drunky dare' JlO W examine' tu" uniuaIty.J arge, aad, 'aur4l1 ao-_.

besides the advantag&o.: r when they look"oyer list of a'ra.ila1t fifty cents ion a dollar.and we buy have bceii :\3 :swiu.-t, .so we sat huddletl anymore feel thanriuy.body esc! did not a few tbatjiu seconds,.w..o. lie conipelltil rose, convinced tr.dr.( ;'that"Jordon In iwck.tamaaredivPz.adapted to all u.e.*, i. '
disposed to. 'change fur
: greenbacks
: ) having allotted,a l premium! bonus.I The men who seem willing offerlKcirtsfirvices } and sell your houses' to : them. Whynot up in fiuil'eat anti looked out .upon the 'wa'g a hard 'roatl to travel.!* : OUTfit
pay town'sctip.
: .Vihica unending.arrayc of pine trees, all of the .
plan has been ly x.nrim'by (ior the''hazardous &e" ,, ? It makes' Where were the town:"-authorities- .. ,
enterprise, / carcasses for 'k
comorints. same size and shape and }height ,until :'The QuTricy base: ; ball. .plub Is to'havea '
? experts and well own actuaries rini I or as Mr. Anno so cooly and deliriousljexpressesit In'thitics past svti have been bfesic'd]with our eyes were>vc: ry. This road 13 now benefit'concert'. .' Banner.-- .' BUGGIES- :PHAETONS AND

,. approved. The*security i I' in valuabl*! j ''tt sting 'utlo s'ounc I two: distributors, scrip a$,,oneand, the .b,:; ng repaired, howeyc j'; '- j..R. Thbmbs :of Qnincy1 ,capitulated :_ Coiidnse&News' .. ,,, t. OTHER, : CARRIAGES,.
.-, real estate and, franchises. iu. UMJ t-ity,ot f common .sensep.tho people, and tlieir same lime; that is in'al"C'or"ncvith tbe"strikes.1' Occasionally! the monototny.was relieved death on the'12th inst., .' .L;'" r, ?( .F'I J: .
i Col
Jfew/.York. ,Thu. have Suciiret det by the arrival at a btntidn.:but : itiestreet ; .. .'. : f}:. $W !"'Jl '
Company. earnest ire lo.be. 'Quincyiles are' protesttng against
> delivered by. It t1 id the
any rumored Swprnervisitors
was lt..some- after) .ten weary hours, the landscape "-. Are luxurating "
fur their agent Cor Florida harry Gran from thraldom-of : ; law.The city ordinance; requires balmy breezes ;F..ORL.Ur.ER.YSERtICE
means on Mountyasbington
ignorance times a coujion paid in for taxstht- began oelangeucl wei entered a thick .
: .
Street work from 'all 'able bodied men. ; 7 J.I I: '. 1
ger, Esq.,; ,of JacKsonvilie, |t'pt1j the)bwJgLt !and incompetence' In .iiitiPp.speetivc -plAccs'I !; :.:p' like, discmUigued, itself and jlt:1'l pl"t1rlut growth of palmetto, }livot i oak, .cedar, Thor able bodied ,men object. A, coinujittee. 't with the zer6..rtnOIueter'.: 'thr" '( "degreeslolv -; Which' will. be. furnished> ,! .. '
look the State jJalm and magnolias. known Gulf ,, ,, -
through andi4{,t candidatesseem tobi ,us.
has been
S !C Wonder if / appointed examine
a better man/ Well : again. a; ,bonclwsever' so hammock, after pasi-irig whch( v' felt, : Mrs :Mansfield'Tracy':Wai'worth"arid AT 'ThE SHORTEST NOTICE
get energetic thicker than: th urehesofthe, thelaw and employ counsel. .
: Grea naughty P These bonds remind me of .the sea breeze and kneW' we were drawgnev >. daughters 'have 'Arrived'I'at Auburn for ,. ,

roin iliir'hli nanciHlraatuVs( : lie Southern Raijw'ayjionds.: I' the'fellow who' stoler the bheen. "Neigh tha'Gulfi Crbsi g'8toly\ 'a JACKSON CoV TT. the purpose remaining 'near Frank : / AD,0L,1HK '

". will be,able to Jt'pJentthnutj Undl.\. The'Sm-artnah.A'eic, *,e.ivc a, long, 1U. bor, how\ is the weather. ?" '{Black,and LretlllJvork or.mllo we we're :at la'l t, _The Crops.-Every- preparation is Walwortli ho has: >* brightened ''up"1-at :- MOST RiASOXALE -rER !S. '
to those.who desirp : landed at our j ? enll. (scotted being made to commence the 'picking their tiding. .' .... .
,"; details and will no'doubt' of gentlemen so nearly equal in Lid heavy." So will these naughty bond** rnl'Y 8. ; to \r' ; : I. .:._ :_!; 4C I
'distribute( i fl,.U hotel''as, before, dfscribed'ushered: cotton among tho larger planters while The war of races in Austin has turned ,
a large number of fitness, that it wiir.bu'mba'rasiifglo; be before they'aro admitted to bailafter the fob:0.M. ER ITT A 1 1 U my'autf ijed Acem'aiKlManaspr.
into smaller' have and will
a feky parlor nd.ar! r u tnight'dcombat ones begun,
; out a purled fiasco aianulacturod of
bonds in .and will' alW be (
this State.f \ s OMIH at the Stables
,, choose one from it. And Iho Union ju; If their'on mn: ti )/ prfsentCoun- ,with flealsvc, 1r\lI."Cetftlt! ,to loot keep pace: ,with ,the white locks when- whole cloth .by Associated Pres agents to atteud lo ftU business. y appertaining to the allblialimeaL jewly

_ 't. J -__ : yesterday joining in the refrain, sings a cil j wanted. "bonds.) The people said 1 about and'" see' what we'could iC'e7 ever'preserit'ed, to 'enablo'thcm, to get a and Democratic politicians for politicalcapital. ,&":,.4sr z6.' &pL" 'i-.. Coo. B., J.h.CLL.'IIlotY"_ '

...,' f"Proceedings of the Republican, State'Central couple of verses, but, as they are sung not! 'Child-like, they fly off the handle Cedar Keys is an.island with .an area, sacklulL The plant is growing, trnit- One colored I _man'killed! no white _
--4 : Committee Residing in the without waiting for the' intonation of about two square miles in extent, 'ant ing anti, opening rapidly; under the influences man even injured, and onestore only .SALE AtfD fEEt STAB tES
on and smash the
.' ; First : toy. 'They. play Ctesar K mixture of salt marsh, white sand and of the dry weather and warm sacked.- Comment is- unnecessary' :

Congressional District. tha platform, they may not be receive d order a tax of jtwo. pe, ,. e.nt.,_ Won't get dystcr.sbclls ;the principal business is I sun 'j; despite the croaking of the cuttcrpillarfrightened Washington Chronicle. ,

Hi.'N': TALLAHASSEE, l FLOKID !ns* orthodox.I ) Desiring* to join i in the i it. One 'says he;is more honest than all (fish, sponge, and red cellar, \vbirh class of farmers And : President McMahon' left' Paris'ohan ,

/ Supreme. Court ilooms. general? I i harmony"- *We" )ToIbsfcfTern'": t'I* ttrcn'c malcontents., ''Has he 9Y': bonds? abound iq the" vicinityTho! ,latter business i it Js now. generally conceded that injury 'inspecting tour1 through Brittany;*
; is very: ,,:alul4nal) gives from .rmlwiltamountto| bu )litile ,
imploy- '
; lloie returns from Calves France
August 13th
1874. Mme Complete ,
: '. ,tq trjohames'ofsuitablepersons ; ; No one doubted hhiIesiy; sorry, he m nL'to a large number, of people anti I II and hat,as 'much cotton' 'will. be made -
"J 'At '
a" .. ,, how lha the1
of ; Bonapartist c
Qd.i at6.oF
d their '
a of tIttnab&suggest -by *
meeting the '
majority does himself. is sofarc the
.- .C.. I I the' principal of revenue. It as!. laborers'will harVcst. elected '
Iricnus in ) Assembly wa*, having Ji .
the re-
ThembTrlfof'tlfe" RelltiState\ ,jiot Spirit of levity, for we \\a nio The ; -
Cen excellent'and-the
'V' !tly purchased by New- York: corn1 crop I is vcI1:2OOO
would i c majority. TheIlepublicancandidate -
not trifle with
j ? tint Committee for Florida, Residing ir honorable 'gentleman willingly name nht tha'any; Unpaid Advertisement. ; houses and shipped by them to Germany complaint among the farmers: is that polled l ,UOO and the Lcgite- S
.c ?* ,
where it is thd demand and tbo
the First Congressional 1 District,)Iield at we may know.ho\v many men th ro are For, Congress W' Rann !.r [ manufactured into lead pen. is.90 poor. price.at, mist 5000. The best and niost iryliah lirery tea. i.the ,city
: I cils. Faber & Co., anal I which it w H.seU.so cheap, ,thatitdoe3
.buy largely ;
Tallahassee an bit found at the Stable of the undersigned near tin
in '
district that
day. at 11 Mr. our be considerec Editor New South :. The London Standard's dis.i
A. M., J. may i have a factory here for sawing the wood I not, pay to raise more than .is, .actually special florida,Dome corner of Cedar and' forty Streets.
A. Lee was called to the Chair, and Mr worthy totill .so Imporrantaplacc._ "To :the" Ancient Democracy, The Int 'proper sizeand, : shape for exporta required for plantation use. patch from Madrid report .th4ttho. Re Hones boarded and well ca.ed.for on'.'reaaonabla. '
!fills. '
""' Smith Dawton was
: ,\ and whereas at H meeting. of the State Editorial Notes Democracy, 'Negro-haters, Soreheadand The'.Eagle Pencil Company also'have: 'r\l mora' corn then we want. :A railroad several, ,lie! captured twenty snnQnant ,' W, H.AVERY.
from the Carlfetswho
: Central Committee held a resident aged who buys largely., The would l find'mark t for all the convoys .;FU-May>>*1874 : $1.
at Jacksonville A mod unjust and mean attack i Is dissatisfied Galoots. of the .Second. price of the .wood .here: Is usually. eta surplus, if we just had :one;Marianna retired from Ldtella. -" '- : ,' -:-- .

July 4th, 1874. a rail WMJ Igsoed for Jio made: in' the Savannah'News on "V..,'R, District. : s', 7' .' per cubic foot, and, there 1s annually Courier S Gen. Zabolla fha'3'rbecn :relIed from ,for neckties and bows call. at Bucky's.SAMUEL .-

Congressional Di. 'ict Conventions, anti. Anno. Whatever may be "Mr. An no's. Although my intense I modesty cothjelsto shipped to New York, over $100,000) *' ruTNAM CQTJ TT. the field to Madrid' Spain.. '.

the following resolution was adopted, U politicalasl'ira.tions he me keep' quiet and (any until my worth of cedar. AH the,American, manufactured : The, Palatka Herald,:pertinently; in. Large delegations, Including those of a HUBBARDr

: wit: certainly :)'doe snot beard and coat-tail i hall be pencils aru madu' from the. .auirta, ":what., has .bfvome; ottha St. Savannah Charleston ,and Richmond, .
ii S ml'ritthe personal' article by "Ar grown yetnt cedar pro uc d In Fl ;r d\.- arrived Baltimore 1-
.licaoiv d. That all the solicitation of Johns .and Indian i .Hiver_ Canal project? at to assist* at. the International -H*. Jacksonville, Ffa,
necessary'arrangements urgent family 'of the finest
gus. my Sponge quality, calle:I Schuetzenfest.
f for tie! COD\'entloDssball ; Tho) acting editor'' -of the Palatka ,
by the State Central Committee made -, c, and the prospect of six thousand a year "Sheep's Wool," ,,1 is abundant, worth Herald informs the local press that no The London,Daily News says Marshal Importer and Dealer in

f ; much as the Chairniah and. and In.' BQUTAL JuRDEn| ,is AtGUSTA.hc' with stealings, I am induced tp forcstal : here one dollar per pound but for,..wanol t more alligator stories will be published Bazaine hjs arrived at Spa, and 31. Kouher '

''I of the State Central Committee St-cretan are both: press despatches chronicle the following all other democratic candidates and announce sufficient capital,. it, I is mostly sent to until| 'the" return 'of the Pratt. The has tone to the Chateau d'Arenim-; HARDWARE. IRON' AND STEEL
Key West'where it finds a ready mark to consult with the .
residents ,.L f the in the edit r'se 11s'troubled with'conscienti" borg Empress
': Second Congressional reference to brutal murder oCaptrArP iisil1acandidate for Congress.
ct,. The fish and POCKET
oysters aro'yery'superior Eugenie. TOOLS.TABLEM4,
District, therefore ous scruples'or which' Brother' Pratt i is I
all Delegates or Alternate ; ; Butler.-in Aujjnsta, Gao Ia view of the and In -" "
of, said Dfctriet heavy majority ol ; season are sent to Jackson devoid. CCV.. II. Belts is appointed Inspe '' S CUTLERY ,
4 : t certified holding properly the 15th inet.t' votes which Mr. Walls and Governor rule Savannah and towns along' the tor of Customs for Alabama. .
credentials, shall report to the t Plenty (of Government land yet remains Nails Glue, Potty Glass.Paints, Oils.
railways throughout this State aud Geor Two miners fell 900 feet down shaft
i A. F. Butler local a
Chairman and 1 Secretary of the Commit- Capt. agent of the I Hart polled two .years ago andlhe. fact, in :the county subject to entry, .
I gia. .
Halifax.. The broke.
I tee. and ; South Carolina,Railroad, was shot this rope LEATHER BELTING RUBBER PACKING.
receive from that is' .
them tickets or fhere now neartheriver. -
swne .disaffection
c : ; The.climate
is .
_ : admission evening at.,.o"en'o'clock, under the following ; healthy for most of the Judge. William M. Reese'na.; been
to the floor '
I ;p before the of this Convention circumstances: lie was ticcoin among the Ring and their confederates, year; but owing .to-some local causes, Polly Ticks, I will probably;have a few! unanimously renominated as a Candidate .STOVES,TINWARE.CROCKERY POMPS

hour fixed forthe assem and that I not easily remedied malarial ftndoccasiohally surprise parties this fall., None are invited for Senator the 29th Senatoria
Wing of the pankd by his wife on a, street car, returning am on good terms with them, from .
same, and the laId Chairman tad'and Iron
J Pipe,
who don't
also the
from the hi. and 'cllow'Iever'become epidemic i da.nce.asd, .pay District'of Georgia
shall call tho Convention cemetery on way socially politically, and that I am '
i__ and all Delegates and Alternates to order; home., In getting off the car Oh the regarded of bem The people are hopeful.of a growing; fiddler. -Palatka. Herald, .- Georgetown, S. C.' is the scene of a DOORS., SASU.BUNDS.'MOtJLblNCS.St'CAX. .
of the by some '
as a "
pretty '
_ p 1, first, Congressional District corner ot Miirbury street, a negro was future and talk confidently of a railway j y SCWANNEE. COUNTY., dangerous contest between negro factions ,
holding good Republican ibough of the soft; with cheap freight, lines of steamers to led and Jones ; Mills, Evaporators, &:
the Ptens by Bomley the
iM < properly certified_credentials thall vitting on obstructing the pa* The Live Oak Times -has hoisted,the S .
: ,
." port to a majority of the nembtn of the re: sage. As himself and wife were in the shelled kind, and'' .tha I am ,H .carpetbagger New Orleans Mobile and Havana, bu name of W R. Anno .for Congress .at negro members of the Legislature, each -1lII;. Rooj' :. 'j AM'r.I'Cas and rill

Stale Central CommiUted'Uiden of the: act of leaving tho car, Captain Dotter ( I. e. a late importation sunning also say these; things cannot be on nc- theh ad oi its editorial column. It ,'D1ounl"e.tbe of whom seeks to control the, county; in I Snit/nt do" fo ,r n'. ", thy

,I Pint Congressional Dittrid, who thai pushed the negro with his hand telling; after office in fact t, ,the'latest..Importation .. count whose l of a certain hebrew magnate. death of old Bourbon Party which the negroes have a majority. A .
S be present at the Convention at Tallahas. him to get up. Gabriel) and MhhacMurrcll Ideas are.peculiar and variance In Florida, and advocates.'more liberal I Bomley meeting on Wednesday, was

,*ee, and receive !from them tickets of ad. both negroes, were together I know of, ) it seems to'.meUiatJ .- with thSo of-all his', fellow nien. The nnd younger men: broken up by the Jones faction, and one DEFYP LUMBER. tARD.CoTATqRSMt .

& misMon to the floor of the Convention one sittingon the steps and the other may get en.oug4"otes from the old fellow, however "still lives" and I A miss who has -been Bee herized I colored by-stander dangerously w<9Qd-. I

;_ And one member of toch'committee shall i standing on' the platform of tho ear. Ring to overcome that .majority If will not gratify even Gen.;"Smith" with) proposes to make things. lively for ,8 ,ed. BUILD RS
t be seecied! Michael puehed Mrs. Butler back she there' be' 'faith a fist class Fernand.ina; funeral. With Loans decrease $19WOOOj! speciedecrease ,
by B.lmu.t call tbo Con. M can any in promises, 1 I certain gentleman, in a short time.- ; 1I1LL.P.III:
_ -k_ in the his bland and childlike smile, he stil I l legal tenders :
vention to ordef. ] was act ol being assisted out, and Live Times.The I $3.333,333 ? ,, Increased
_ 1 Therefore at the Gabriel l pulled out a pistol and shot am sure of iL; holds their destinies In his oily grip am I II Oak; : a trifle ; deposits decrease. JULI.ASSORTMENT 07DRESSEDANDtINDRSSED

above named meet- Captain Butler over the left temple, the Walls was nominated becau/e ho was smooth \ tkonpof'the coats o crops in this cbunty need rain, : 94,333,333 reserve decrease, $2,225, LUMBER,

_ ing of majority) of the membersof ball penetrating th. brain. Ho ,died a black man-I, accept the.,Issue nnd those who quesiki: bis'motives' srith' his especially cane and potatoes., 000, on tho 15th. : .MOULDINGS AND SAWED ,

1- State Ct.ntml Committee. present TILI-' soon afterward M a white man and il there is anythingin dexter .\!,. >rhilor with the ,other" ,he Chicken thieves disturb the slumbers The horse Picolp, owned by ex-Gov PINE SHINGLES,

______ ", r ., fe'Ogust. Ilth, 1874, lo provide I The day followifag, a body of armed legs I: win run! like the Devil, with still holda/ihe! compasses and, measurestbatdistauces of the peaceful 'citizen '.of Live Oak, as ernor Bowie of Maryland, has made the CHEAP FOR CASK ,AT ,
for the organization of tho men snatched the -on. paper- TehauntcP they prance to the reliefofthe .chicken fastest runningtime on record ) 6. '
Republican murderer. Murrcll] that $GOO '
a just.abead and
year A Distance mile and an eigth. DEPOT .LUMBER Y41 Rp.
- 1: .Couvftntloh fop thi* District, the followInreojutlu from jail and riddled his.body with bullets. !' nigger" hard after ruf'; We'.must n'oWbfa, 'you adieu' for a few roast : 'Tb8'firS bail 'of the new cott wcrop "THEI Lumbe( delivered in all of the&J; ,1cuIftY.

untnlraouy) adon-,- .' The other.negro; wa, committed! 'We'want he ,such' )Jead'Deat. as the days, tis the steamer will leave.for Key t AmerehAnt'and bis clerk 'had' their r from Alabama.classed aamfddI: Dg;/has: sea at all landings on the partS river allow. raid.- .."

ted: lo jail to; Rwjdt trial i West,' from which, place-you may heirfrom faces:somewhat bruised by:the -ex plo- been sold' in New York auction at 24 -dm. reee,.promp W'ychnriUt. .- _" .. 1..B1tsi..1 .
'. '.... Finley,. Bullock. Gary' Fleming. Daniel, us again T OpfS,' X. !sion of, a bottle of ginger ale a few '.days cents., ) .MtrcA t,1874l1t.lJf LOtJ1S-

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I -- CITY NEWS. The Jewish Holidays. 1 lily be finished, Ihi* week And will al- : -11. heated arguments 'OccUrring lttioJOOI. '' ." ; .' Rb----" '" T.i _- _
T'b erra& s'.a&I :nJmUttIU-- .
;s ii'iia'daili1.bi a'r. ii -
.- --. -j.-. ..- -- -.---. During the Hebrew New Year and flY'be ready for bathers. A ladies} nigbdy Ih&l aff fewamps Id I Brook-j OarSiCMt S nc 7 .U.5.r.y,ia.1bIa Iy., I -..-.--_ ab

.84.Uponlitht Day of Atonement, appropriate services reception and will b *.. I ; .,
If, rsnAT'JOI.'UCC. AVGtST 19. room 'restaurant lyn and East JacUoDrllle between the f f vf a *# '

i. will be held in ihis ,city.. Odd Fellows situated near by.. Abontl25 yards rout two factions ot frogs,' f fotclblj1 rem di .ABC. .* J" *a j -**-* >Wta r** *f IL -f?L l i FURNITURE WAREROOMS,--. ..sr4aat'.e- I a

JUdet. ; Hall has b n'secured for that Grk ". .the Spring, is located tW -- : one"of the:trying testimony ndtroak-.. '*'-I''f'It. 'i 'f ,es- ..j'. I : VS .<.. .* w ," ;_-Ja

., 1h8 moon is aowurapidly ap roach. One More, "Unioitunale", 'j. .j. r "; 'UC.E'WUE3Jt. lobS In theBeechef-TUton' .scandaL .1'-/,r.. 1.1 n I I [F 1.. : 'If '. '--i I ,..- _.

i jng Its fall! ,'wad pleasnrtT rides 1'the i This c is.a mile track situated on a level!. Mr. Frank' } -' LtttIe bt&Ws 'city. Sat. IS' ao-oS., 19 71 'E,Gentle coa dear I D \lls' ;& ,rrItr
Hon..W. R. .&nno1 of this i city made Se*. d y JQ.OJ So y8' Cafin .CI 'Farr .
.1 cool"renng! 'toe, in orden, $b>se plateau It is a parallelogram In shape was shot through the.hand. and. wrist a 300 II n E Fresh OLJJ CTdy ; '.11. a.. .. .istat.aa. .
rash eultide -
Attempt to with semi-circular J --9 yA n 6S E Gents ejw Fair ; .." ,,. ."" .t,
desiring stylish and comfortable"teams "' last- ends. Each' -side,iistraight by tha i accidental dlsciatge, of a'jpistol 1 b1ost.iy13..o* "IS JT GcmW 6.00 Fair I 99k
t>n-Saturday Sjmptoms of ,
: them at IL Av ry'; for a qu&d r- t'a: mile ."; >the he was examining. lastweefciMrliti I.to 'aO5 53' Si'.NELFrsj, Fair ; _._" -III.. 4,4 ,..' _
. can procure political aberration had been observed 9 .JO.DI V$3NBthk o.
; stable. Young. ladies.:.procured _else ends describe a,perfect semi-circle. ? tie was on the beach'at ilayp ft at- the ins.. "Ir ". H->:;? 'B'Fresh **? "Pair .
" his friends for a .
some)ears;soperindaced, '' jocS 'f er' 'NE Frub Fair'rarmter Mil t
fourth bf a mile. A visitor's stand about ?-00
time. The ball cuteredihepalm .
of thdthpderside ,
. where. corrected far aid elevation. 'a V' ." -'- -". q .,'IU"i
I Is temperature
.. it supposed by the cpmpleilty of Ihl
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70 feet long ,will be built' the North 'and i ,. ,
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--T- on eamev<>utxon of S't > ,rdI4a a
: Masonic. tffairs '., .
political 01 our country.The ': _. _t..
': of District Grand Mas side. The tract is surveyed, laid but, the)wrist causing a painful but.not dangerous -* < 'a. a... .. .. MOSQUrrOBARS &'FIXTURES.
At meeting fatal disease which attacked him 'die -5" ._ ;,. ,f.aa. 1.32 r ( JM9WXJJAM4 ** and nearly) all trees clfeared r rf. wound. .' 1 .'
)held.*t Montleello last. week for assumed a mild' form in his native State > -a ., a' .., .at r.I_ /r.-.w-.l.
ters The course will be finished i in six weeks: the !
In Senatorial ,
or: establishing1 a standard but'was grcat.J.y.aggraf'aEed.by' the' Reporter : .,a r < ". ... ; 1*, It*! '. ..0 .,', 4m5 't
: j purpose political The race tract aa'd. visitor's ground "m1th'Islncllned' io. thint he is farbehind. ;';: :' A ;-.csi! .. ;, Parlor '

'"i work throughout this j jurisdiction, a atmosphere of Florida.- Wrestling a&mt ii : .r': J Q. a 1AiIIo. DAVIS. .&. DREWr.. .. s _
, comprise fifty acres. Within the .-H thinks beingbehind eqoivt, "- .. . .
BHinbcr tlf delegates! wcre'present and manfully ,but vainly! fur A time, he 1\ .. .,.....-.I:), .: P1AN-ogGNsQ3. PrIe. a- _.- ,. haab.s
race cofarse a fine base i1l1ouudt tms aient .. SaM* enrnuiofAParios _.
to/many advantage of wiuch
in the ritual RETAIL PRICE CURRENT 1 .
eevcral important changes yielded at I last 16 the wild hallucinations CASH a ising amKia d -
the. largest
a.-' 'a. Masie
been laid out, and it is the, Intention to is that a antlidatebasthth1 air'to Suiav. BAY AND LAURA StRErrS.rSota.
were agreed upon. The same 'will 'be that lie had received an "urgent !solici make : ,< *. *yhitqself. Fresh Goabea.. _Butter.,per B*.- ,-.,.- ', -c louis,lathe South I km now prepared to MIl at unu*. Parlor '._" .- T. *- -. 'a-w
Grand for their it the champion giound ,vf the Hu position is like a country v.J".. nal low.prices lor cash or by smalt monthly payments Suits."' jAX1LLFIA..qa..5is*.
presented to the dpe tation1 when, like Don ,Q lxote he The rolled and Oeese'1.. ... .-a. the Knabe .. : .. .
,. State ground"wiir.be farm bouse, becane.4ie has the field be ;' aPaltonMarbet ,Hafiett & Davis *Co.,Plainer&Bros, :-
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appronl.t the next meeting of that buckled on his armor to redress the I htlre '1 a. I Beef -. > ,'n 'ta} a Y.P. Emerson and eM Southern Gem Piano: alsoiMason.
finished The Cor in
r to-day premises : ; :
I w i i ibodj.t g3.- a.aa4J1.4.Rio .' afl. : ,. a. W "If1.W a
j wrongs of those who could pay:,him about I eo4iof" Jba fcr. ,...,, .. Jlamluv'mnd J'loobn.PeJnjn'ft Co.Oiwo
, b- -*____/ -'T 1. I occupy three hundred acres. The Reporter. "Smith" fails i to,.see the us _-;-iir. < Easiest terms ever given. Call and see,*bacu offer J-XAMINE"OuRJLA'RGE STOCK.

A iooct1Iove.k 87,600 aycar.: Hastily fittiug. himself spring audits &surrounding land,' about justice in having an the literary productions Markaiba.Co&e, }tb*fcr.,.-.. ....,.:,..--. i.oo In the way or superior' instrument" and low prices.' : f'-.z; '4t'.1t5f J PI ., U Ia i .

A steamship line has.been established i for the" tournam nt,- he' procured, n; sixteen acres, have already been fencedin. 'attributed,*tohim..-> Says, he's a _': 4avaCtffceajbaSx 1.Lay" !.n9.sa3rn. J. OCHUS.. ii, : '. .' t .tt's-tt.

between New York and Fcrnandina mount ailoeg,. hoping by this quaint The work improving and beautifying of .a ? "Ja ... -! . ,
I. man peace. can repeat the Golden ', RaIal5 bs tot -_ J' .._- CARD. a. 'a- '.. '. .a a ,'n A".: .! '

and the steamfeuip* Vicksburffarul.Weybosset -'' move to secure ihe support or.,at Ica tone i this pleasant place has been'under Rule worcTfor 'word and 'of course, he Maearoaa'' t __. ".Ib.,. _. -j.At P_J. A ':" '*" '' '": ... ._.t ** ** {f" ""*' }ltjot .. :.*TV.-_ jot" ,. ob 5' ,.. '
will run regularly! between the Granger.. Unaccustomed to ridinga I the [supervision of .:.Mr. 'VII.rAverr. would ne-tlie last man ta allade In 'an "1 r pel'1;'' :. l" \J 'a r* 'NOTICE,;. : a ', :. : '.a Ml ?* .1 ,I..."..%-10\ -"a" .a\IIiI C a _

two plaeesweekly.:; leaving each port onTbuml 11-toA ll-orsc. .I ho* did not at once_ >as-* ; who is a large 'stockholder in'the enterprise. ambiguous: way:'.about' another .jusj$ a YermiceHarperlbTapioca --a_I ,' ..'; To, I our exchanges.. Publisher. ,and Printers aft., ,.-' 1Sl lot : -*- .s" 101 aO.. .,. \.. : 4l ,

Tile Grt *tcanii'f leaves suine control of the reins, but Buffered,i ,per Ib .: ', .a .,; i. -. 101 -Jcicewvn's.t. It\ .. ",
1ay. ., A.small portion.of the toad.that ,now since the crop of votes promises to tj I 101. '.:'101'.'.o' 1'

Fercandink im September 3d. The enterpriser him fo be-. Led.U'it.out remonslrancc'bv,' lying between the city limits and Springfield be very light this.I-aib "' ,perlk__V U"C :- TIlE ANSONlIAlIa :I .1cm.101 .. .T..!.., -101 'a. "aa4a. : ,a
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'shnuld he heartily supported by, a lIeJ -P"O'cI! \i.iDll.mill-un of the ,-has npt'been shelled. Tho county When we see man, enter the dining ''Young Hyson Tea'per B>. ..'.t._. a_._ ;. i tot. -.. ,., mM '. lIJo' .

the Grangers and. business men of the. eame kind las he u'sd to fight in the first has been raising the. .street and bridge i ropm ofa' boarding !house .)with_ ,his a J Oolong Tea,per lbin, _.. u. ._. I Vsc sq.l J' a Latest, Improved' '.-: :! in 101 N* .'.....'>..._. 101"*. ,; .-. '.,m a. .
a 4
disease. 101 aa. a' -
I State. A___.__._:___ -__- _. ? stagea-of' iAinWing": uncei1.11pJc gentlyandgracffully.fur i lvi1! probably make the/ 'shell'qpnneetion face all wrea\be4//in--.smiIeSi/ we 'think Imperial Tearper _. .i;: I'- PAPER AND CARD CUTTERS. 101 lOb a ; .: .
I : 010tOlOI DItD010fo10101.J
Be BaJ1. .cornplee.-Wethink. ., tb'Cornmissioners that man comes in with.afirmf unflinching ,,Gun Powder Tea, b _.4 i a :101.0. a [ '111. a h "
bolted l hrevv hTui'bardehd have resumed d"mmiEctut uJ of' ,
:I The 1st nine of the' It.' E. Lee baseball rger and \ should do this. The distance resqlulion to get his money's worth '._ sale theseMachines'with ,, lOlo DAVIS it Draw,dot -. '
first against the republican; party Walls Oolong A No. i.per Ib......_ which iJ) name has been so long idea. 2OIOloooooeooo(ooooo..olO3] ''I1 '
&1 l dub pf this city have challenged from the: maf:t't.'to the' spring four of.victoali,Jbut-U'henlwe_see.that same -. ; rifled,and so extensively circulated tat the past fifleea 101 IQloooo Womiacmm ool07 ;1. ji .
/ Ths: sad event \vas publldicd in ..Saturday's Sea Foam,per can ;:,_:_._-______' 101 IOlooooooonoooooooooouoolOf
L He Girded City 'dub Of Tallahassee, miresthe road ,all .shelled'. inth, \be man go out with a countenance bathed years; :uand All J/ jJ.I'f my-__ ct.n wtOlurHftrr In 10t_ WU1IJIOUSL..IO".

I i-biminff the champion belt) to a seriesof paper. above exception, and ruts!through ,an i in monrn fulness, we think that thai .Fine Apples 4 cans.fcr_.._' .i.co. hi' mutrktd,tkavr*at my Obatrftut tirtuUr > 101 101oorexjouot.roooooooe.ltt. i"' ',
( It is to be hoped.th3t tho voters ,viik any tumtt f4JJrti4 in At cout ci. leloIoioioD&Dolololoiot. ,
match for the champion belt ] undulating .and pleasant section., The man upbraids himself for being unequal 'Peas.4 cans( _' ?_ ',__;T.oo MI uitot J-JIJ j
My latest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER JCtTTTER, 101 11 lot
throaghoui the district wiU'deml with ioM
,tbe Slate. The It. E.-Lce dub have, : person. in charge of the restaurant will i t1i& meti ri y andwe pirfrire io ourselves 30 Tomatoes,4 cans for'..., _.'., ._t.oo will patent moveatle cutting board,two aU. teel tempered lot -101 101 ; 101c.
him Let him lone ha""i3 101 101 191
advancement in skill gently. and Lay charge .of the grounds and that man's unhappy thoughts 'as knives and 1If.IaMa;'board st3 bold Its posirWas a Ml ;
made considerable preserve Green Corn,4"cans for., .- ------, too 101 101 w 101 _
and have hurraeless. He is of few days and full order and decorum the' he i is:force J to the*'self-cohviclion that 4'ir'1;'. .:- LAnd a the FAVo mt'Prat CCTTES AMOXO Pam, ....101 101 _lot IelV' ,-
by their frequent practice, recently of trouble. We Jout know .whose upon promises all other.goods in proportion at the store of.a' EKS.and the best'machine'in the market fur he low .. 101 a ,dOLj
'The' norcl "and the landlady has madd something ou1t ',, .Sa '. '' ,. 101 IOI'
added Mr. to their list. cntorprUe'is expensive : :
I ,Whitney vtt *
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I a. ,; ROCliE. price charged .
101' IIta
funeral it i is, but I it is probable that Conservatives' jOHNjB 'a. -
The dub is compus:;jd of good material.: take t the tAut, proves A great addition to otb.im.'a.. VX.. i.- t'i.i.t ;, :, .. r. .-: Tit lint Imfnmif tfr will charge i> rcf .a&r LDt a
"" "i thecky }ajsd. ,should, .therefore, meet .t 'JI '..ItIi.. 'v.i':1 .' nonnced the MOST DESTKABLZ CLaD Ccrrxm in the a

S Fire. 4 mains; as ifewIIl :Sustain iLc'loss of,atleast with hearty support. < :" LocalvAdveftiserrientsV. ., ,. '- ? ? V sa < Iv;. h .:" 'I&".I s:. ; c< *i., ., a market far the jreneral**s of a printing'office.tt a. '.' .I ). .
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About three o'clock Sunday morning one vote. -; ;' aa : ,:. ay .., ._ Jtftef Card Cutter,.with'my .
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: epreathiig. discovered : .L..r '. I i I TAILORIN'Q. latest improvements still preferred by many print. a
a fire, rapidly was : I THE FINEST AND BEST
ix7 :, t Ifl .t.IGon It Hovs"Would a. SELECTED -
: : Short. en. and holds Its favoritism ever other machines. ,
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Issuing from the kitchen t t. Jin It. liol -a' 4 i respectfully inform inhabitants of Jaclson- .. a a.' IN ,THE SOUTH. i
Which I VB.K""to"rernart 'lUnderUkersT"molto :w' *
,- -Circumstances r.CARPETS i For siies and prices see iCustratedciiailan. .
. tor's n&idcnre, in the eastern l part of the And language is plain,- yUle and vicinity,that they have takei'ihbwIdg'to RENOVATED" AND a '. 1 .. '." :. ; "
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- alter burial casesV Auction1 Shipped drrecf J&om the factory'to any partcf Ucountry. > "
the west of Mr. Brown's Rooms Bay street, .
dark' J i -
I! tity: by J. W. Gilbert Eeq. The alarm That for ays that are : i < where they manufacturing Cents'And Youths' )ode to look lie newi ,Also, ,: : ; r" ..1.r. ..1 I
propose a _
I And fur tracks that -Two for
are vain good rooms rent. Apply ..
was quicLly Founded and through the Gar=eothlii the most approved and" fastubnable style. UPHOLSTERING ,'Orders solicited and can be filled by return mal, ParlorS RICH PLAIN 'abI.
Arduous efforts of' Mr.-: Gilbert anJ.pub \The H:Uicn QJnee U peculiar the'Circulating, Library > .Specftil attention paid to- cutting,,and all garments '. I. .' ,. Suit.
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r Which tie t w ulJ rUe W exr4 i -f '- of all kinds done in the best_r., Address. Parlor .- and I' Chamatt
Several of Jacksonville's warranted to fit if made by competent workmen. j"WT .ANSON HARDY 551(5 a Suit*.
and a few other neighbors, the fire..was Ah Sin. alias ,David Cook, bgot ichthyophagou'ites'iifeleelingjaf a ; H. SHERMAN.

a vxtin;uishud before the alarm 1.Iccim&t'n"r.11' into trouble. Hefprobably' derived his ; the bar. _Renovating.,. garments. also, made a specialty'jat. Cbr.Laura and-Church streets,Jacksonville, ,Pin.Ioracs' 7 aseotem ,.' Auburndalc.Mass. atSUBSTANTIAL .. =
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Parlor > : ; Otas
and the euint'Ii'arrit'M; upofl alias from the fact that lie has been _". good; workman is known by hid ,FOR. .SALEr-ELECANT HOUSEHOLD .FURMTURE. left with Fuchjott. Benedict & Co.,or Suits. ., v ..FURNITURE.- SUM _
with R. P. Moody will rqpeire prompt'atteauon.Vo WANTED.A a .. a 'i,:
the st'ene. The tire oiiginate l Irom a hid cook in several fhantics arid res- chips; ; eh ?, ._And so is a good poker The splendid furuiture of a private. family going to ?orden, are respectfully solicited.. $-:a swjm. ence in teaching the usual lady fcnglUh of several branches years'French expert a .: H.tJ

bus into \\hii-h hot Ht.hesJ.adbeen emptied tauratts in |IL (its. hut to the. ,(diffi play r." .' Europe)' contained to the dwelling* on the="south-east Trunks and valises at and Music,wishes situation as Teacher i*a school a ', a a" 1'1 ,.e'J

- the n'gbt l"'fu'v. The )loss' was culty., lIedidn11.\t his.cue into lathis! lescetlJsb, that is ugly in form cant corner Carved.Ocean BlackWalnut and.Monroe'streets Tete a-tetesrSitting,consisting oftle-and '. ; Buciya.i or'private Address.family. Reference' UBS H.given I-.If charlie required.Hope We arc prepared to offer puf\stock at

:. t.IiJ.t.! time as the. aid cue has been sacrificed and.features -t.be shall 7S3 Brunswick Co. Virginia. .' 7
!o "gals npt Ant Chmrs-, 'M genuine Hair Uotb; Carved Centre : i Temarlcably 10.. pnccs.'vJ L .
-- lo mffcilrfs! advnncttrjeut "6t t 'C\"itf-- molest Mm.The ." .,- ,TaUe, Marble Top'S'plciidid.lIir.,'&.. The.djnicg : "a. % '..: .,:. : OF EHEl LEJ' : -71. .$11" ... .4 .:1& a

Tht'Jimson. zation. Several years ago Ah Sin i immigrated loomIs thoroughly and handtomcly' fiuniijted with J'.1',i1OLLANDk. : CHANGE : ; ., ,, .a' a' 't.. ), ..fJ aa
"The flo\vmng Jinisoli and umbragc- difference between a.young Carved.Black: Walll .JlarUe Top SidC. Board.Secretary / .
He fell i in a : a .T ;-:jo: .'tjt'i i ira*
: oils GtflVt'-AVtM.'d' tn pleaseuily alluded! tity. easily ladle's ball dress'and bathing dress nowadays'ls'very Book Case.Sale.Extension Table,Chairs&c. WATCHMAKER AND', The steamer Gry Point having been withdrawn ,-. r "- (\1. ,.,.,.' Vitt
with |hc promiJ.MJT and impetuous advance slight.'I': ; Also an Elegant LW e"and'Eiju-day Cock. The JEWELER, a Summer repairs.-1 >--. '.
to in a well leiaetutxre-d speech during ', .
culture refinement and civilization chambers .are. (urhedwjthcIcgant seta of Carved, D AV IS: & *Q'R-E.\V:
a- _
,. 'the last iUtiea.l tLwpt.iu. docs indeed See Corner fine and Bay Sts.JACKSONVILLE. STEAMER I Ia Imw ,
i ll advertisement sale of furniture Black Walnut. Canopied French Bedsteads Marble sTIE. DICTATOR.:. a t : '," '

seem t. 'Bhaduw the ground" of the ot the. fege; !and soon discardedhis "etc., by .If:1.i. A. Dzalynski on Top Bureaus,with Standards and Class! ;>"W'aikStindi,1 '-' 'C FLORIDA. 'a \ .. '. .,).thir43;
normal habit of eating rats mice and with Marble and : LEO VOGEL, > VW.Z.LSIN .,
"Sun warmed streets of LaVilla. Ile Saturday next. Tops Backs; all with Chairs to match a 'a a c
cats. Hex threw aside the chopsticksand Also a Splendid et.iDUI' Sewing.Machine and r"o- '
. port says llutt Mayor Chappell spares -Tie First National Bank of Florida numerous other articles tamptwjng tkekitcbW furniture : r locls. 1 WiO,until Eirther notice,leave CHARLESTON every AH kinds of FURNITURE;" CARPETS*
toted" a big knife. lIe learned to '. f-' 1 New Jewelry, Watches MATTRESSES WHITE FINE WAL
them at thu request of' several leading will open two weeks from to-day and uteralC ..' 1. < ta TUESDAY eveninz/and SAVANNAH every WEDNESDAY ;
smoke tobncco instead drank pr Diamonds Plated and NUT and CEDAR LUMBER etc-
ot opium ,
; All the above furniture is finished la the
highest style for Florida in JACKSONVILLE
politicians of both towns who make the .' ,arriving
instead ( ; ; sooner. : J' of the and is of .. .Solid Gold and, Silver .. r, ,
whisky o ;fswr acc rd- art. the very best quality; must,be ., TjIURSDAY.f "" a .
request out ot gratitude for the quiet TO- every rA O J1Li. .
iug to the most neoU-ric methods of ,MSmith says coglumes of fig leaves seen to be appreciated. It is offered at private sale on Ware, etc. __

. treat they Miforded on the night uf theUtc'priuiArj'1 be because Saturday next,at ii *o'clock! A. at., and can' be ia- t .
will ,
the and appropriate,. shortly, a'. RETURNJING
an l desire that they ,re- day. maupthcr? : hits'been virtuous they were the original f.1.11'&u1t5'irbq spected at the dwelling until Saturday,when if not sold .1 ," r !-, #. .. a Swiss: muslin. and white- goods of, aS kinds at. BockyV r ... .. _
vices. Ins advancement rapid it will be disposed oT at auction on the premises. H "DIAMOND* PEARLS "
; lunin: until ater the election for couuty AND IPREtCIOUS WM leave PALATKA every THURSDAY evening
I amid he has, an ,npt K' ul:1r. ,Fitsubjector ; lljE.. Istinvfllplayth 19-11 Mouis A. DiiALnsu, Aucuoner.: STONES SET IN a .. a a- -
. and FRIDAY '
i: officers this fall. the ; r COLD.. JACKSONVILLE every morning FOR SALK OR kENT-CITY,. .; ; _
; *
Dre'tlljMte. Phats neb ball- *
: on grounds at t\t *
--'- suittbetide.FERNANDINAaame day,arming tm
:l Personal Uist Saturday night Ah Sin was o1 Moncrief Springs tomorrow.As TO THE TAX-rATEKS OF THE OTT OF JAC VTIXE.. ,.. a' ..: J SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON in time b. SALE. a "9" _
lion. W. 11. Glcason of Dade it'' and'went: ft-r-a Focial frrce among a target the Major is emphatically.n The undersigned having been apgoinlad,to equati Initial.,Len,' Monograms, and > FOR :-J ____
the assessments of taxes and to bear and determine'the IP': Fancy Engraving, : done in CONNECT WITH NEW YORK i -{. .a _
: lintheeit4y. the demi mondcs;: BUt he',had taken, n : e5S.,-It can also be remarked complaints of all such perooa*.afTaoosider themselves .J&faitZertijtic manner. STEAMERS. -.,. Ten acres W land 6n the Chop only wsmllesfronr1JacksonriUe. _
drink much andTorifcratc-d in" their Its gfrt ""notice JC. jr r "SB a ; IJI1IlaIxtla .j :7" _
: lIon. H. Collector the too tones thatTrith-a revolver he"1D es-'band.y aggrieved by : ; kereby' to
Potter of .
port a' : .. *:
"t"* *s > )
all concerned that they will meet ditcharje the duty '., .AGENTS: '.-r ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TOTHX) -
: Peiieuicola-. vulgar iind. boistrous. Officer Craw shot*. *> ', ., i ,
in the .
was city yesterday. assigned them at the City Council Room, on 4th,5th '. "
: Was doing duty in ib'at-vicinity antfconjeluded ; Mitchell Standard time by Chronome- i VE.'nL& CO.cltirtesto.i. 2?' / f CULTURE OF SUGAR, CANE* ANI
Dr.F. A. has associated
.t : and 6th of
August next.
[ W. S. left for New York .
Dodge ,
Esq. '
orter..rated by. transit : a FRUITS OF ALL KINDs.xb:.
that it would be for Ab Sin's ad. "win s&'frcOn afther ..
'Tbe'oan1 a Vdclock
t-: a himself with Dr. J. D. Mitchell. Both to P.II. ( .
: yesterday afterr.oo'j, .- : "
:. vantage take him into custody. He are eminent and skillful physicians. ?.Tr-1-.I-i, d y.L 4 1 .f 'W. oo1 5 L i..- ., .,) r1 (obervatiosjUJi JEFFREYS. ,.BRa &'SON. ,Fcnaadina and is beaotifijy focaud lor EtnLDINC t6"T3.Fo.

> C tlt. Joe Smith has m-i.le us a short ., f ,. JEF.F YS nO.acbou-rin. price and terms,apply to ..'\JI .> tB .
r did. liiit at first he Thinks '
oT objected. .H.WEBSTER
WII.b!. BosrwiCT. a ,
tlfciu We are glad to welcome Capt. V-Thq death of ex-Secretary} of Slate a- n .' r R.J. ADAMS PaJatka a&.WaOac kii,
Crews 'do ? dreani ? do Ii ,:jAcoa: H rrr.\{ t ,' .
sleep dojj Jonathan .. AGaJIT.TH C.-u.AnD Bout.AHDCotnrvoisiia or by letter;'care A.W"a. -
't4'Joc.: and wish C. Gibbs (cot'd.) win be __ __ .
wu.could .
. add WATCH.T *
he U .
wonder and doubt ? are, things what a ; THROUGH BILLS OF LAD- r a jackso y ;Florida.:
'i' ; had come to lie is deeply felt. Jy all true colored men in REWARD.If '" _. .tNG GIVEN. '
f btay. always associated they seem P or is visions about? is.our the state '. the person who carried away'the coat anil pistol 1 t f Jtt.- .. a .: ',,., t

: in our mind with Brock's line ofT civilization a failure ? or 'is the- Caucasian from Brooklyn wharf last Thursday evening wilt return a ..Latest style straw a ilk bats't Becky's.OR .1."

; river ,-.Jenkins &McDonnell attorneys atlatbav' the to this lice he trill rewarded T A/fORRIS A: D2IALYNSKI, .
T steamers. Come back, Capt. Joe outWe.ate/ same ; generously : ? ORiO C"AX A .
played !! umedbfcheap V' t. 1v1. -- r a
':i from and no questions asked or legal proceedings taken. .
i and live with removed Reid's block Ju SALE.
us.Chronic : E ,
labor,-and be went for that v L ."" '
v t t. \ AucTIONEER ,
; the Freedman's Bank : OTHEK'PLACES .
'If heathen Chinee." Bufy as we before pu Bay.street to : a TO THE PUBLIC! AND < : ? ," '. BYA..JROSS' VT-! ?:)'

Grumblers. 1 building. a :I take pleasure in introducing to the public Mr. E. I.
stated Ah Sin toted a big knife, and this ON THE RIVER AND In this dry,'neighborhood finr-class, on Borta sxle r
There seems to be a great many persons '--The r- ,C.Bidwell.i recently/rota Savannah, as my successor qCKLAWAHA. Ashley street, between Pine and Laura wishui,one
be drfW\atid. ed'Jbe polroem&n in I CircungUbrarwaovcdlaitMonday in the Wheeler& Wilson Manufacturing Co.'s office in COMMISSION MERCHANT, block of the St.James Hotel and sja feet Irma one of -
in this
liiUe 'burg who wight be the back. Not relishing this Mr. Crews from Rob sol building this city. ')Ir Bidwell: thoroughly acquainted with .. a.'a ;AND" ,ADJACENT;. ':, }COUNTRY. the boarding-aouses, is,tows,twa4wa>stary*"

truly called chronic grumblers and fault- the Wheeler & Wilson' sewing machine, having been SISTER. HOUSES, ,' '
i into FRAiir -
quickly placed Ah Sin liars du combat C. L. Mather & Co's., new store : Kf AH kinds of mercnandtse. received'on, consign. *
;c finders. They never in : for years connected with Savannah General Agency ment and sold at auction or private aate.- adapted to single' or double tenement use.,,without
see good .
r any next door Ochns' music -' 1OciLivA
10 store Bay r. : :
: 11.
and took himlo J ail. On.-Momlayjnorn- and is an expat manipulator and'adjuster.f the G.T.H ; > .' -,.'. danxe czpenoe. Each tuning sir rooms below,tothuiirn -
the -
kl t.
performancabf attached maiD borne II
citizens i.- V two kitchens la L to ,
any act/by : '--
. ing he held an i iritervi tfwriulne)iayor -street. same,besides heinZ possessed orthctr business and lo- "TS : Every description of goods'entnsted. to me ,fcr sale bar abovar six dose below sad bar abo' with
or officials. Should these tht4i be fortunate cia!qualifications which, win render alf his dealings AMER will bCdbposed. of itBEST''FIGURE'- -pace iD each-rooas la main house. Ench shaving
who fined him $20 and costs fpr his fun. -As an illustration of.the wonderful with th.public both; profitable and pleasing. ..a. -",' IWO front and two back entrances and drive-
enough to gain'the gate of Heaven CaPL W. A. SHAW' POSSIBLE Way on each side with piaua'acroa* the cndr front,
and good old S.Peter condescend Thus rapidly does even the Chinee productiveness of the soil Florida, seethe Allow me at this time to express to the patrone of the ; ,-a ". > extending round the corner twenty feet to aIM liMe .

to i in, withour, enlightened 1 America.t I "1 usurious emitropicalgrowth of Wheeler.Wilson sewing i machia .is,this dry/and rt, j :WILL.LE V JACKSONVILLE and made. doors.ah>o round aM entire L.'with walk anK height
let them in they"will to the,WDer. prompt and accurate'returns of tact back W th* dauIIIcs.
surely prumole .I i- ft r ""f dairy, earnesta ppreciation of their uniform courtesy pia.ua.11JIU thirty _. .
my '
y. T #
the coffee plant in the-' trn'portion house,15x30 feet.
along the streets of the Holy City, and Moncrief and Vicinity. and the hope that the same may continue to exist EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, a PALMETTO BLOCK. '

oa the corners pronounce that the gold .' ,The Yoron"' Spring M nei4ef-'Sjring, 1 erac' of, JJay, strcet.An.lrishma&-t* ., ., a .. .. w between. them- .and t my successot';. .'- A.TO L'" t"j:]uCl"lL. r 1 1.--; ATT8 '.f. ; sa7"SWJID, .* : : ':Jacksonville.. Fla.. and pumps A WELL within five Of feet GOOD of L brick'wa curb,.and sInk

with \ '. V ,t..A.\.J"J. attached wMr cemented drain fifty fuss to ceM pooL
which the is '- on1 trial for'his life '
city supposed to be trael4Thall groundia'nd bath housesare CQAN :. ,
RENT CEO. R. FOSTER Ajent : These houses are within forty feet ot each other ia
paved is naught but scrubbed up brass forward to being naked by the Court: "Guilty or < 'a ,T"' i I' \VL. complete order threughout, aavaf boos 1'ICndy
being vigorously pushed the A furnisbet "on Bay
For summer. large room '
'arkaosiilZ.FL.rMa. DtctmltrH 1173. a TICEd1IPEAcE painted and repaird. The western on* occvpiea a
And copper. Does this constant grum- completion- Everything possible.ls.be- not guilty*'.,answered :.S Sure? and how street. Apply! at the office of -. half b-dwt castaII occupying .'half c(a LIIlot.

bling avail good P A little more honest ing done to make the place attractive_ should I know until I hear tho evidence '. .44Stf a- TaaICCREAM, ) SWOTTh. A'CARD.: -" a 7;.:. -' a AND' I trees.upon and which craps Is vina a lawn,alt with naderihrfity orange.powUfc.peach sad Ahx fig

action-a vast deal less grumbling- the resident and visitor and with fair ." .It. N O'T,'A R Y PUBLIC.t o* north side Fonyth stmtyhetw oIthineal'lOlUoiI kUrlut and
r a a. JACXSOHVIUBVFLA.,March jist, 1874. ., .. Liberty tW0450y.andbaShOuSS
will a. a That acknowledge lo besaperiotdanycTerWbshad a and b him
the occupied
cause baOt i i87 by owner y
I preseat
benefits. stabbed
, many promise of success. Asbcrtdescriptioiof -rMr.Crewg, the. policeman ,. / 6 Office III SOLAR YES.BLOCJC .
i : ia this city previously> ta obtained,at the -THE 'SOUThERN LIFE'INSURANCE COM- .; as a private residence having sixty feet frontage oavFonyth
.. the and by Ah Sin has but v I" a Comer BAY arid PINEstreetJacksonville street and fifty two and a half feet on Adam;
Spring vicinity may prove ,:Saturday night recently Temperanca'Keadiig Room aijjt fvrrOayt. a .
; Duval ', :5 PANYwa in,a days'appoint a State Agent fofFlorida. I distance between rretn two hundred sad tm fnt* *
Agricultural Society.The interesting., beenadde'd; to the' police force a ; -' Jjo- ,Fla large cistern bath-room pantries closets and water
adjourned meeting of this society I FOR RENTJ In the meantime I will conduct its manages :on three floors indodinc a tnutt lot of fttraiture.' AH -
I TUB SPRING, lie has thus far proved himself a faith A furnlsbed room, cantraDy cated. Rent: low, ; '' a' 'I'the above mentioned property being situated,--liP.

1\1 held in C.. L. Robinson, & Co'*. i itself, is situated by the side,of a maUI ful and reliable officer and received the Apply, at this office. s FOR OKAHUAIKEF, :X {round,considered as

t" office,on Saturday last. The chief busiaesj I run in a shady picturesque spot, easy approbation of the chief of police. AIl!communication directed to me,care Henry X HARRIS.EUSTIS AND GRIFFIN I I having HEALTHY good and AS drculalioa AMY PART of air OF at.:aD tDa.ClTY.I Will.

1: ,, of the meeting was to elect permanent of access though not robbed of its romantic THATjSODA; FOUNTAIN L'Engte Secretary of the Jacksonville Branch, will SILVER SPRING besoU tor CASH at a very low figure,as the owner tadesirouB
( officers. The result -The meanest. man extant. 'lives in this la the LA Fatvnia cigar tOre is admired Vy all. I' of'settling up. For yartJcnbm apply nt the
was Presi- and t1eUgbtful'surrou'ndings.. ROSS.
: A.
dent X city. His latest act was to rob D, 6-t1tf receive due attention '- And; other Landings the Ocklawaha Rivei.TheSwamer owner Jacksonville, ,Fla.,Jury f,II,. J. >"*
Gen. -
J. fiolcj Vice President of the in "
The is 16 feet
; pool Spring
, J A. J. Greenleaf sJewelry store of a mite chest, BUY oU&sEr41lQMF.' ;. ;r. -J H. MILLER, 1 ..TGenL Also by same party tor tab or real.two small houses
Bid well, Esq. ; Treasurer, E. IL depth and the water in the b&sin four VILLA-MTB rirW iI oSered for sale of four rooms".corner Laura and Church streets.
half filled. How little in the scale of A on St.Joha'a Suc.'oA. '
Mason 4-14 Agencies. and near the St.James Hotel a' 'XL
Esq.; Secretary,. J. W.Whitney, feet deep. The. basin can be emptied human greatness must such a man weigh. One of the most desirable places to,thevfctaity of JackKjfivnie _. AH the above named property hx'lflr711e11 fat
; Esq. 8 cres-bout ( acres ready forplanting. i OKAHUMKEE, Northern visitors' ,.
in a short time by means.of outlet af" I coutainjng > BUESING, a

Messrs. Dale, Jamison and Codring- the bottom. The water U slightly) impregnated Harvey Granger, Esq. of this city Tor particulars apply- at the counting-room .' i A.L. Riot.Master. '
of TH. NEW SOCTH, 4Stf of the citizen and_ .
calls the attention
ton ResnectfiillT sclbJOa
were appointed a committee to draw with' sulphur and retains a has been appointed General Agent for : t SUUMS to -* BEAUTIFUL SOAP he manuOctuna. WM leave JacbtnaYi11e"f1r7 THURSDAY morning ,Linen and duck suits Bucky : .

"P the Constitution this State of the Industrial Exhibition i CIGARS It to the best Washing. Barber and Toilet Soap ever at B o'clock.
and By-laws of the warmth of about 70 deg. the year round. made. This Soap is put upD&batoi4 in boxes contain So Ibs CEO. R. .Agent. -
.; Society.As Company of New York. The appointment ; Imported, itmtttfc andctb'V, own'can majadactnre J Jacbsnnvlne'Fla.Juy.j. 1874-75tf. ARD. a
: :
The surplus water passes from the article aDd lower price : C .
always be bad,,a better at a be addressed to : ,
a committee to confer with )is a good one, inasmuch as Mr. Gato&:'Co'a JLFmtrit A. BUESINGvBo 73 r, OUIS EMILE MOURGEON, '.
a committee Spring through circular outlet and thaa any other.place In the city, at .. L and after the. first *.f NovemberSELECT 1 .
Jacksonville. In
a s.-,6tf "
is the of indus 6-13tl .
expected to be appointed by the flows rapidly in its regular channel for Granger personification *. ___ __ .' From Paris France.lately Foreman of the Staten
r citizens interested Rubber and oil suits at BUCk?*.. Island Dyeing establishment) PRIVATE BOARDd-,
Col. L. A. Hardee, about 100 feet,.wh n it enters the bath try. VICHY AND KBSENGEN. . .- $.
Codrington and A; J. Bidwell were houses. The Spring discharges about -During the recent' riQt at Tallahassee Many 0-rising ta the momhuj complain of a headache FOR..SALE. MEN?. can be bad 18 the''y.o( Colonel A. M, JowsMurdoch .
feeling stur d. AlUasofYlchyorKisseiigeafrom '.' Room forsyth street between Liberty
tees ppointed. The object of these commit- 100 gallons per ,minute.. The pool I Is many articles. furniture were brokenanddestrojedlnlbe Tufts'Mammoth fountain. U La Favorita cares RIVERSIDE JIOUSZJACT.SONYU.LE; Lad1esand Gentlemen'Curtains.*WearingApparelLace .,* a *Washington. a ,t>3.*{ .
a |s to agitate and discus the subject surrounded by comfortable seats. Capitol. Who-is all such uaIeuaDtiIona.. oijf Lace Shew a ',DAY BOARDERS. '.y,.;\
!: ot direct ?FLA. and other fine fabrics most carefully cleaned and dyed '
steam communication between THE BATU IIOUSE to for this destruction of tie people's Bt1ILDERSAW'COffRACTORSt.u' FORSYTH STREET.between Newnan and Market satisfactorily acrmmrnntai' '- ,*t.f
New pay ,. tf For farther 1n&rintioup1I! at this office,or HA. >
York and this dtT' TheM com- is built of brick and divided into. four pro i1y,1V 11 !Jt eventually fall uponthe : find a complete.assortment lumber, dressed "WcU adapied'fcr house.a fine Two private stone*with rest&ace mansard or' roof.it tat; street j-ts : i OXES. at resJde c ...
tz1lUet.s class boarding FURNISHED HOUSE
ahoQld not Jet fro contemplated compartments two j pool* and two dressing people-the taxpayers P 1 and undressed mouldings shingles.etc.,at the Depot sleeping room*.S*cr S land,4* ****** *?; TMBDestfention F IRST-LASS ,iwanmeCIsta-, if;t
: tine of Lumber Yard. Orders to be.ddi steamboat "between New York rooms. The bathing appartments Price tochidi about $iooo worth of faratorv In IACCSOWTLLBFOR Mayor J. C Gmfcy. FJemfc ft DaaW:IM C
a.nd Fernaaaina -We inspect It will besbown, in Iue'seison'that the River receive especial*ZttniI Yiclalty.iw ;half cast-balance In on. and ,two .. .. abJaoJ.H.L. biCllOlkf'* *'V
a present any impediment are 16x48 feet; the ladie's 6 'feet in Addiesa'J.. BBVSM..OUR .J. o_ .:. II f-J-.T
to their Mr. Beecher was ID' New pno' a S A, r."E I I' ; .- d'a
a deliberations "
: and action JH depth and the gentlemen's 61 feet. The Jersey on all':qf those specified bccasiont. : 'ENTERPRISING rtiadat_ddre '

red steam communicatlan by sea ,Iswkat bathing:pool,ate >supplied'.with freshwater .-,chesk'.Dcmocra. Friends Messa.CaW*'Cow kave aeeajtagly tparea no FouuIfp. .. ,, -i. FSTYLES daD The,wilt undenigned SsU bun resi'lence..oo, l d..o.WsJ.Adams- Street,neat .thSu H EADQTARTF.RS. .& !cnn tar. FLORIDA i 7IEVSVVOOD. _.

JcksonTille'prosperity demands constantly running through them. ,'> We..dare you,to name tthe place.-"Ex. expense la introducing.he'Nda'fountain .Jacksonville Fla.'If ; Junes and Grand:National Hotels. ,". ; I .. .. a.
; d in this dry. It II admired bytyw. and Riverside House :i V H. .SANFORD: -
what vtr setup November ".
she must ha.e"I r,her convenience W dare. but herein Size not"sold Vy c.G.zzi.aI'1 ., UIC'I'UUS Pd'eoIored i WOOD A Ina.
ba won't
toJ. '
.for..the bath will we Apply
Every ; Uihebest
) ? > a ,' tJMaodAfromhbproBoaocedb/an the 1.dkso will be kept dunnf the I' as a clasa. prjyaM 6..181. tw88t1:. .1" U'Sc.Dar7' o ; 'a v:" "
.J .kjsarilfra1f4rcA .
: JW9e*.II interest completely; "' : i : rur dTbh; houses will p'roba- ibo joke, : ''i ,. _A..'.' ,J '..."...,. ".., "._.r'I''.. L--II"'t-. ..'..''.f''i. ..;>... I r-a--W6aa' > .: .-' t. t. .
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_1 I % .-" ,' LIn'. Pii,: The sacrificcs o-f,4S'l Tiymeh riTe' ". occasionally RAILROADS AND. BTEAIIERS. ,I .COFFINS. AND UNDERTAKERSM f : : '., '< : MISCELLANEOUS ".:; :,.:'"rfi, i iI -' '..MISCtLLANtOUS t w* i-i i 4 f --

P.hhllk 1M aJJh We $ -. celebrated under extraordinary .-, V" '- C" I :
4. r*** rr "" -li J -S -
L For titwgh my rosebud thrilltag into life, : circumstances, :T.wojrefs ago inCaliforniaibneJocllMansfield ImiM Cuddy's .oitmintd prints EiT AL.L1-C" .:: : ,j .- '

; Kiss**by the love-bean of th*glowing! tun. l ,fired. BURIAL :CASES, it'dk-rnA SAVINGS, : BANK "
; ,,4 Keen bis fofcd cMith Let pure lender eye. ACKSONVILLE. 'PENSACOLA AND .

; 11 fitted with the raptute of a glad surprise pistol aj, ,::1iJiss: Mary' 'UeTnwrth(. wo-, I J MOBILE RAILROAD CO. : AND. ;if:" "AND'' REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. .

I_ I //Thai from his Ight her glory'shU be'woo; man-hlaughterpus. intentvand; :; then, On aid'after rAT train WOOD :cprrz'N.s't, -. "';.' I }wly6ch,117..f .
I \.when Uto ber very heart it sighs with suiudal purpose,'xl id,the,sa roc forhitaselfr wWrasfolios, .: 17. 1874. -,_._- -' ,_. ,. .4iI 1
t behold t the puts wy )her life-and dies. 'Rccn- be ;Jwas three I : r ." BuiiiiNd OCEAN'STRKET.
; r'1ng; }
\ 1Ud74't
; I think tbe pity of this life is love! tjroeslfitrd: 'for the attempted murder SAVANNAH AND TALLAHASSEE. NOTICE Is hereby given of the Incorporation of 71*FtrU S<*i f*J*k.mf lll *tit...
- t C : the provision*of the law of th*State of Florida;with the principal place olllCialddlIA the city 01
fceouise'to twl ha
- $ me little joy come oMiOlaiy, and .i three, ,.times'.did \ _
Leave Jacksonville' ,40j4 8 so m
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t OfIl that I most hoped would make lift's tun; the ctinacftiHiyus I and sympathetic jurors .. 'Baldwin... __ 4io ,9:55 : r The general jwture of the'boslness shall be'that of*Bank I 5e'Savlngs aDd Lou,and tn. jxnxiase sad sal* |1" La 0 n. AT SAVAMUit tmtcis.I I
1 I For though th*perfumed_come and go. Lake City".'..,,7:10 1:15 a.m : ._= of eaiEstcte.: .Mongace Bond.Slock*.Gold and SilverTreasury Warrant&c. < :' '.,:
The birds warble ten the rivers flow lattertrieordinary manner of Arrive at Live Omk.Iso and 3:30 The capital (which may be increased at any meellrg of sharehoidcrs called for that purpose) shall o* H. ROBINSON
Spring such such fan Lea'e Majitufl-,,..i.-.n. .__.m-7i 6:*' a III.a. ALL I .aocood which xo per cent than be paId ia spot commencing business and the balance in insurmems as ;
,To..oIM&o.ewitothMroMhDS _. WldUkAUl ft
_ I Monticello- ._. T-JO the busiaeM of the corporation may require. ISTAJL
p ; Mt bud ofldv hath bloomed for other eyes, to' agre.sSo.the Court told Joeljusiness. 'I. 1"Il..haooec_____ ,0:30: LADIES AND'GENTLEMEN'S1 ROBES' This corporation will go mto operation July 6th, 1'74.m contikM twenty year*. DRUGGISTHoes'
I cft-eG and QuiDCJ'_.______ iaiopm The highest amount of uabUry to which this corporatloa can Subject itself shall besoco... -
And U sighs.I Mans6 WHEN .
tc 0 rg ,L1 J1f bis.J
-- $ Aitlee at hattahoochec.--- officer* of this corpotidoa shall serve without salary until otherwise provided by a vote oldie stockTh.iesign -
A s.iortJimc! shice,bt inade- of h22t5*. 1od...Bat St..
/lhklil left <
d k :
think *pity : part PASSENGER TRAINS EAST (DAILY FROM MARBLE AN'D; MARBLEIZED of the s Florida Saving Bank fa to'afford to those who arc desirous of saving their money the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
"For(root oiirayrf\ gather all '",Ua' '. 'I his business.tbeeiary11n.And; TALLAHASSEE) FOR SAVANNAHAND ., means of sa ely'employ It at a food rate of interest,to ba i.vested under the direction well-known citizens, .

; .,;.J:)LAd place too oft our hearts on earthly shrines. this time he had his'heart in his hand JACKSONVILLE. SLATE. MANTELS AT HOME ia home securities ofwcll-kDOwa'nluel instead or running the risk. of losing il by entrusting l it to Jco.I pvirot rttscitirnoM A .
I ', would kneel but alas I fall w"chattahouchcc-- .. 6:*> III HEARTHS &c. foreign corporations be sent to far off cities for investment. i.
: Where where we a SLATE .
!:; we his .
I (so to speak) instead of pistol. .4 .. _- ,. 8:10 OFFICDIS.The officers of.this corporation shall consist of a PresiJent a Vice President and Treasurer soda .
tiipcyallahas -----
''fieneath" shaduw ever past" recall:. This mild 'manner of addressing .1 -"-_- _-___" .:3OP.m MANUFACTURED, TO ORDER Board of three or more Directors,to be chosen annually commencing November,1875,and to hold office
w.seek lor gold a but dross that shines. U until. their successors are duly chosen EARNERSFLUID
: ,:: .'_. ,when Monticello.._ -
I' "Then-If we may not turn cur heart above mollified Miss Moll, and, with or I. 'Madison MN_. 4:90.7:.. .AND" FOR SALE"BY M&m.-Regular meetings of the corporatioa for the election.of officers and other business,shall.be held
'I Live O k....... ,.._ and CALVIN OAK aanaally;.commencing November l, 1875,1'
a m.
without) the usual lu'sbs. she 4io 9:10 ;
L i q 1 "the pity of this life is love. ,consented "' Lake City___.?..._ : am and BANK Hotnu.-The regular hour (or transaction business than be Cram 9 o'clock a.m.to 3 o'clock p.,sa. EXTRACTB.UCJIU
'.. toi become, and she is now, q., Baldwin. __.9x 5:50> a III aDd 11:15':40 am roriyth Street between Laura and HO8SflSrtwa6o. daily,except Sunday and holiday,and on Sa urday until 7 o'clock p. m. : ,
Old Women Who are Afraid of DCCom7t 'Arrive at JachaoinrUle.zozsa m and Jacksonville.Florida.. .DuoUT--Deposits will be entered In the book of the corporatioa and also ia a book to be gives to the depositor. "
; :
I ,. : Mrs. Joel Mansfield All's well that 4:15TRAINS .' This book will be evidence of his or bet property When moneys are withdrawn, this book must be -

t : ,: )1.I ing.Witchei. ends well but wonderfully the TO ST. MARKS. brought to the Bank to hare the pevment entered. Depositors may take out the money themselves--or,ia case !
: ,
j of absence or sickness it will be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Deposit
'r: The life of an Indian maiden isblithe'and ending sometimes is. (Tuesdays;Thursdiy and Saturdays.) .M'ETAI'C will be repaid at any time whea called tor.when there Is a sufficient amount In the treasury uninvested; otherwise .

for few but .... ,at the earliest practicable period,ia the order in which they may be called lot.lirrwasT. .
,l J.f merry a )years, -. -- Leave T.Tiii __ tosa { U R IA L CASES' .-Interest at the rate of seven and three tenths per cent(or two cents per day on f tool win be paid 'endIatwarem.dy5,
. ; when she becomes a wife she is soon BEFORE AND AFTER. A. female Arrive at St. Mark. .. .___ 11:50: annually all shall have remained three moVui*or more in the Bank to be added aaaually .

j. I: .1 broken down with the pains of moth writer of one of the sentimental 'pa Arrive Leave St.J.rka1.:55 at Tallahassee. .._____.. a::10,pili WOOD '6FFINS to ACCOANTS the principal,of*5wll1ch account- to which nothing shall be"added' and: which'shall have remained ,BRIGHT "DISEASE ,

erhood and the heavy 1 lafiors which pers, speaking affinities, observes 'ROBERT' WALICER..4 -, ---- .. ". uncalled for for seven yean shall cease to bear interest. ,
-. -= Accounts PATABLD.TO H SMS.-If elk who own' ia this Bank the wQ be T" '
: ;
) her lot. and sbe Soon becomes that, and then .- .. .,Receiver and Gca'L Supt. : persons money money' Aadayosrtiv.remcdyr'OUT
t : .4 t; fall to a woman now meets a H. L. MAGEE i 'f : 4C' c' .paid to their legal representatives. _
Ass't Supt. j-a BANK BOOKS.-Although the officer will endeavor by all possible melll,to prevent frauds, all
i l whom she t : : yet pay
( wrinkled scplding T
garrulous cross : man to can truthfully r .r _
_ ; say JW"--- merits to persons producing the bank-books shall be valid payments to discharge the corporation. .
.in fact an old hag. Ofcourse, :such "On the barren .shores of time, 0 raysoul's Bucky sells boots and shoes cheapest.. n. CsiLDRm's EroomttXTS/ Parent*or guardian of minor children may deposit money a* trustees for the GRAVEL, STRICTURES
,. benefit.f such minors until the; become of age,interest upon which may be withdrawn .annually added to *
in found in thee DIABETES
kinsman have
not pleasant !
are company
hags GM & \V. I. T..CO" RAILROAD. AND the principal. DYSPEPSIA
camp, and in the belief, of the Huma my 'pearl of great price and there is A : cA.'sKE s Sntci At EKSOWMXKT FLAW.-.Deposits la the Florida Savings Bank amount to'f 70 during each year for a NERVOUS DEBILITY -,
T .
i' ; term often years will secure the depositor a cash payment of,f pot at the end of the term, or proportionately
.. such old hags'grow uglier and meaner nothing more precious out of heaven. F10MFEllNANDINATO *- NEARLY on smaller or larger annual deposits.' !. case of inability to complete the tea annual payments the depositor ,' DROPSY,.
ROSS .MARBLE-FRONT BLOCK. N can withdraw the amounts already paid In, ving three months notice together with the accrued interest
.' '; until they dry tip and ,whirlwinds car- I have no doubt that this is the'case, CEDAR KEYS.. ., OPPOSITE OLD STAND, upon g ,
I thereon. This plan unlike ordinary lUa insurance,secure the depositor against forfeiture previous payments,
.,', ry them away; when they are transformed and while I would not rudely mar the .- 'Bay Street Jacksonville. and offers a sale anleaiy method providing a handsome endowment for II e future of parents children,friend, NON-RETENTION.--OR URINE IRRITATION INCONTTNENCT. OT
ooruo SODTK. come KOTH. or the depositor! individually. SftcM deposits,nut to be withdrawn for tea yean will entitle the depositor to ULCERATIO& 110N.
lest such of the thus OR
I. into witchesandj: a : sweet ppeticjjeauty picture I Leave. Arrive. EI: \\ASGA TE.' a certificate for dautlt the tnuitnt tf taws Jtjtiit.payable In ten yean ia &1'01'of any person designated. OF THE
r fate should befall old women,.they are summoned up, my. experience teaches I Fcmandlna.._._._.. .._'5:30 a m 7:35 p u V LOAM.-All-moneys received on deposit shall be invested la first mortgage oa real and personal property ia
Callahan _._.... .
7:35 this State of at least doable the value or In other ample collateral securities.
_ J : taught..that it is their, duty to die toe.that the woman who begin by talk. Baldwin' {--..-- 9:00: art JiKA. 1">, . .. i d ,". ., ?. ,. RIAL EsT ATS.-This corporation will act as trustee sot the purchase and.!. of real estate or the rearing BLADDER AND ,KIDNEYS,
needed and -----9:30: Ie.. 323 ar. Umbrellas and be Buck and management of estate* and property generally.
in this had
parasols to at *
.r when: they are no longer ing sugary manner are usually Stark.__.._........zzy 1:18
: ihey'do not die by 'natural, means prone to throw skillets and flatirons at"their'soul's Gainesville...._............ 1:50 nJO JAMKS H. PAINE.President. SAM'L SPEARING Yice-President., JONATHAN' C. GREELEY Treasurer, SPERMATORRI-IEA,
: 1 ......_ _
_ ArcberM' '
:10 111
) p
r in :reasonable time, they must commit kinsmen" alter marriage, Bronson_.___. 3:55 9:49 9:04 am '2, BROCK'S LINE 't ; Sea-side villa sites for sale on Fort George Island.. ,The finest sea. bathing,cool sea breezes, magnificent
suicide. This they seem very willing and to growl at the "pearl of great Cedar Kejs.._ .-_. 6:30CONNECTIONS.: 6:30 ; drives over fifteen mile ia extent:grand avenue palmetto cedar.oak.'magnolia.myrtle. &c.. &c. Leucorrhora or i White. Disease of the Prattast
1 Call and see the photographic views at the Florida Savings Bank and Real Estate Exchange,on Ocean street. Gland Stone m the BUdder Colculus
; t toxlo, rather Mian to. hleet that terri price" because he,omes to bed with ., ; t" o. State. county and city scrip bought and sold at the FLORIDA SAVINGS B4i5.tf .N K, dust Deposit and Mucus e, Milky Discharges.or Brick
w.th Steamer
front Ocean
City RIVER S.TEAMERS ,near Forsyth street
,-I blefate of being transformed into his feet cold-Max Adder. Charleston and Savannah Mondays at 4 a.m. steamer \ -. .
t live Dictator from Charleston and Savannah Thursdays at ,
Witches and being compelled to ,
4 a, m. _ .i i .r snake-skins. andwriggle; about the GENERAL, DIRECTORY. Brunswick and St. Mary's. Mondays at 6 a. m; for SUMMER SCHEDULE.ON ', :! KEAR'N'EY".sEXTRAGT; ;

. I i rocks, their only delight being to repeat STATE. those At BALDWIN point on Fridays,with J at.8 P a.&m.M. R. R.from Jacksonville TOBACCO CIGARS : '
1 Governor-M. L. 8TEA.RXS.Lic and after MONDAY;APRIL 7th. the steam. ,
in mock- at m. for Jacksonville
viords of 4:07 p. ; at
: the passers-by ooa a. m. BUCHU
.U tnt Ouvcrnorectet&r' At GAINESVILLE with line fot rs of this line win leave Shipyard Wharf daUy
: t 4 ery. I once saw three old women $ of State-8. B. McUX.Oonjptraller Tampa; with stage Jine for NcwnansvOle.tn-weeUy stage Tuesdaysand (Sundays excepted),at 8 o'clock A. M..forPALATKA .': ;.'.:* .1 .

,1 'thus voluntarily l starving; 'th mselvcS. -.' A. COWO1LL. FridaYI. Permanently cure ail Diseases of the
; T..llllfr-Q.-U. FOSTER At CEDAR KEYS with steamers to and from New ; AND : :
!:: ; I rode up to''\what.was almost a deserted Atvorary Oeneral-WM. A. COCKE.Cou.m'tof Orleans, every Saturday. WM, steamers from Key .. t PIPES SNUFF\ BLADDER.. KIDNEYS AND
Land and Immigratlun EAOA1.8upi1vndtnt West and DROPS
_ from Intermediate
Tampa. Fridays these places.Thursflays. and landings and .-.
I old return same day. -:? ;ii. .' i
camp, the three women only of Publ1cI"trul'lion-S. ('. QIBDS.SUce i With Steamer Cool,from.Tampa.Sundays: for 1 .', CAL gWELUNCS,,
.I remaining, sitting by the fire and intently Uigineer-.. H. ALBEROEK. ,' Tampa Mondays. With Steamer' Wawenockfrcu TuglistcamcrsgkENTERPRISE t
Suwannce,Fridays for Suwannre ".:
SUPREME COCKT. ; ,Tuesday. '
'Existing ia tad tkiWro.
_ d gazing into the embers. They Chief Jostice-E. M.'RAND'JLL.A .D. E. MAXWELL. ,; :. ace;women .
_i .seemed to heed not my approach, but .soci.te Justices-;V. WEST<'OTT, 5'3 Superintendent. t No : : :
and until i. n. VAN V.L E BERO. and intermediate landtags;will leave as aboveon Tue- L.B ,KlSTiaHT & 0 0. .< ,MATTER. WHAT THE, AGE!
i> sat there mumbling groaning Clerk-LYUAN D. FO TE1L. FQR ST., AUGUSTINE: days and Saturdays and return Wednesday Saturday ,. ,
: each dragging her weight evenings. : s '
they rose up CIRCUIT COURT.
I 1 J Judicial Circuit- W, NEBS Shippers are requested to send freight down during BA Y STREET between ''laura and Prof. 's, says: "One bottle of Kean.-y's FWd
VAN Pcnsacoh.M
t ."T with a staff and.then they joined in a .. P. W. WHITE, Qit'nov.' THE SCHOONER", the afternoon. Hogan, Extract Buchu.** i is. worth nor than all 'other Buchu

;. ; sidewise, shuffling, tottering, senile 3d" .4 Wra BEYtOX, Live Oak. 4-a6tf J. BROCK.Agent. -. '' combined.

.. dance around the fire, propped up by lib ". ". R. B.AlLClllBALD. Jacteonville. Magnolia AND OATS. 1 Jacksonville, Florida. Dollars.Price One Dollar' per Bottle,,$Jt Bottles tot Tit.

1 I i their staffs, and singing a doleful song, 6th Judicial Circuit- II. GOS3 Ooala. 'CORN 4.aza.w3m S J
," ..
.having finished which,; they, sat again 'lth." 3. W.l'RlCJ1 Enterprise.mpa. I : t between Will make regular trips "just received large stock'prime corn and oats, DEPOT. 104. DUANE ST.; :uw YORK.A .

; their he.e1s..ald gazed into the tire ri Jacksonville& '- ,At W. H. LUCAS' NEW STORE,' / : .
tm Augustine. :
Bay Street near Laura.REMBRANT TO BE:, SACRIFICED. Physician: in attendance to answer correspondence
; and I: rode away. On coming to the Juige-W.A.TUVAL UcLEAN.COUNTY.Cour.ty -. For Freights it low ratrsl ., ,I and give advice gratis.v .
.l flew camp of the tribe, the next day, Clerk Court-OSCAR HAHT.th freight or passage PICTURES at 'WOOD & BICK
of (nff-J)9.I'H II. DURKEE.State apply to WILLSON & WHITLOCK, fjLES LERY. :,. *. S&XD StAll. ?. .o."rul'lu..."nn.
and Chui-at-an-um-peak '
inquiring I'." '
-p- ( Solicitor-'r A. MCDONNELL. ... ,Jacksonville. Fla., .
'. : their chief, why these women were Com.Treuurer-J.)Solicitor W-. SWA1M.Afe CH AS U.8UiIMER8.. Or to JAMES. coss For stylish,Ltdles',hats ask Bucky. -, "'

.1 1, I left .behind, 'and; ,what they'were do or-J. 0. ORKELKY. S.t( St-'AuKustie, Fla. DRY GOODS DRY GOODS !, DRY GOODS! : .
TQ (ingvt informed that'they had'determined Collcctor-rEThK JUNES. . ,
: was '
Sup-riuteDdrnt 8ch"CIII-C.F. MAWDHY.Auvtion .r '. .-,
i r to commit suicide, fearing .- .-.L. Burch. J.Hemming, II. A; .' ESTABLISHED IN 1868. .. CLOTHINGCLOTHING'. !I'! I, CLOTHING 1 HI! 'II

J } lest they should ,be transformed into Dxia'ycski.Notary' Publics, "John' O.Haratl_ F. B. Knapp T. J L .4- -.' '< '-'. i .s. : .-,? NERVOUS, ANDDEBILITATED.,

;'"htbFr; Maj PtJwtlf S, y )*"/Jfk.footing rt. Fella O. P. Cooper Chas. M. Summers W. UJvffioT '. ', -" f OF i50TH "
*, Edwin Hiptlns. "'11I. JC. Ledwith.:M.lh l' '# .' .( ; ., SEXES,
;/ n ; '
K PE'RC'IVE"\ : "
"A" ,
: V' ok.ti 4 iy,Toos. II.Uazey,J. W.$aim, H.Granger. ; :; During the next ; ; .!". ,
'. Jo: II. Dnrkee, C. Codnngton, W. L.Juan,J.W. ,, .NO ,CHARGE FOR. ADVICE AND CONSUL-
,,- TT '
", ....t... .: .f. \ '
... f TATION.
"'hI'M. J. : _
T "t 't I '
j'.1 ti Odds and Ends. U.Coonty U. II.-Commliwianen g,T. 8 Eells R. Jones*.Fiiee' E.Fortune. ';. '. SUCCESSOR. TO, .J. H.. CROWELL*. V "' V : ;VW< '.-i L : : : YYY DAYQ- ::. :, ::1-::: : i' -'f1'

., : JurioHi of the Fea/_W. W. 8amrnn, W. A. .' I, ,. .". \ ; ; "J'-o ". ". '. ? i :"D*. J. 'B. DTOTT graduate of Jefferson Medics
'. didn't HunimiT ll..O 1'.TowniendV Hrtiry O. Tinon, Jaorm .' .; -- College Philadelphia,wathorollCYera1 valuable works,
; % Kentucky gentleman get : :-'k-i j ;" .-: ,
M. Wi on K. P.Chnrp-11 A. H. W.llipW.. L. : : : : > can be consulted all diseases of the Sexual Urinary
.. on
.. at
: :
: :
$. he had been called aliar" O..D. A fiuesln Wnu Ourdon J. }. 1. ,1 I will l offer for sale my stock of Clothing Dry Goods &c. &c. at
j jangry'until ? Rollins.. i; ...._, .i, Organs, (which be hu- nooVt aaenpecial study)
'l' -
I:' of ".."..d. : ,:.1 $ ; f : .- cither in male or female no matter from what cause originating
hty.oneiiis.The monotony "-uryp>or.- Ch"*.!. elllitl. ? i9 } > {4 or of how long standing. A.practice of ja

: ;' the. thing'<
-. ;, The wicked flea. "It ain't so much C>n tabi<.-O. Tl. Miijt. IL, 8.Brown.:WIeon',' /. "8mitb' 3.J.YibeaJsmsLpeJ. ; : ), / .., !' ,'. can forward: letter describing s)mptoms and enclosing
sump postage.
t. the biting, if only the \ plaguey; thingwou1dn'L \.\- ;.-, : r.:1' t.- In order toclose out stock on hand. pay
,- .: : '. BUCKY Send Lit the Cmid t.IhtttAt Price
;.keepgetting up and settingdown' CITY OF IACKSOJTVILLE. : ;-. < .;; ; J. toe

all'the time.?' May -PETER JOKES. ." < ;:" '' : ". Great"Southern Bazar,,Bay street, Jacksonville.:
; .
Exactly.Orirof ;
;I tf'MII"n-B.) A.THEBACT, E. W.DENNY.A. 3.ItUSELL -'---- : ":L'": :' B. J. DYOTT, M.. Dl:,

.. ;, i : the'most'vexatious things in WI K. L..W.I PLJJoIING.IACOB WIXT DOUOL/I8, woo BUFF.,DOS-A. J. DEALER IN .- .'. : I '" '. ;. Physician. and. Surgeon,,104 Duane. s..N.Y.
BtNTLEY,8. R. IIUBBABU., I ,' ,. .
uncle ,
is tOhave wife's
"J the wprld your .' :(.I f"'I:: I SAVE MONEYSAVE TIME TAKE COMFORT
I ." 1".l1al-E. FORTUNE. : .
kicked the stomach by a horse, will Cl rk-W.II. CUhlSTY.TreMurer -I. .
; -
.. ,. -CHA8. FEIDKNBKEO.Asw OTS'S'HOES :: ., \ : ';. usic HAS CHARMS i
;you $: ,090, and then deliberately LEATH'ER Mi
or-C.B. 8IMUON8 ; ; ; .
get .. n. CollMtor-f BILIP WALTER.Clerk ,, : '" "' '" '
I ', of Market-WM.: OARVIN. ( "
: f. .
\ ; t. ; .
_ __ ,r : \ ;'-C Egertop., in the British House City PbyskiiB-C DREW,Jr. ., AND FINDINGS.i i "R6'RT ROYAL '!"."..R'.R,' <,' I" ," "
I .
I of Commons, said philanthropy is so MATOXIO.Kolomoo l' : 1 PRICE R. E.D.U. CE.D..
: '
'energetic that-c'it requires good deal IxxSee No.JO"iL Bowes. W.M.; Chan. WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND, ; t. ". '> '* n'a; t-l ..n! .'::71. ''.
i of infiuencenowadays!o get banged." Eliot!; II. Kooiiman Brgular meetings .! .
: In Mid 2dWdi>*.dsys of each month. *J v \, I r :. ." tl rff-w:; ,'It i.'J -if ,
\ .
Duval. Lod/e o. l.K Watgate W.31.; B.IL ,' '
t; "Woodcock says' an exchange; Webcter. See.; D. Jones Tyler. Begular meeting ,.LARGE. AND WELL- SELECTED', STOCK. ,, ', : NOTICE TO :TRAVELLERS., < THE i BEST" IN 'THE'KWORLD.
1- lit and 3d MoixUy of each months :. ,
I "can be killed legally. All .
now rJ 'I '
..I I right-provided,you are a good shot, M. B. II.P.; M.BOWP*.See.; D Jonea Ooard. 1Uttla ; I S : ,_ _ -

: Jf notjbe legal part of it won'j; help Damascus; meetings CommandHT lost rridiiy of No.each 2-month.J. 8. tHpgs Eo /. TRADE, ; v' 'f', .. ., S. ."'. o,.;::. '- -' .. ".'

>you one bit; '0.. D.C.DawUn Beoorder. Regular meeting, 1st And by strict attention to business'and the wants of th. public;win endeavor .merit a. share of their pationage. ; '; WILL.LAST. : : A FE-T1)IE
: ;
make Connection
VII ; 4
and 24 Toe d vi of each month. .. ,Passengers: Close:; '
The first photographer has opened STATE OFFICERS. I "GOODS' ; .' ; '1w' '.1 ;,, ;I'.1'i; .J. j "
_ his saloon in Truckee Nevada and Grand Master-A.J. Bnuell Jacluonvillit.. -.. -- : '. : ., .: !"':','. ::1'. .
Grand Deputy iiaetrr-D. O. "Wilson.Tallahassee. To all part of the State. VIA. THE' .
:! :has been. shot by,a,,miner, who iniist'ed'on Br. Oruid Warden-E. P..JordafttFernandIDL AT THE OLD STAND COR. BVY and OCEAN STS., JACKSONVILLE" f-5tf . -. 'tb'o' iO'
Jr.Grand Warden K. Wwgate,Jack onvUle. .' : O.
5 -
having his 'i picture by Orand Tn-Mnrrr D.L. Oakley. ".llo. & ., i t \" ,:;' : '
Grand .. [.
1amplihtis he was'goingaway, early Grand IIeCftI.-D.C. Davkini Jscksonville.. J.1H.NORTON S. H. KOOKER. ."'' .-" '

;1. ;.in the;P1oming., Urand Tyler-David CbaplliA-ReY.lohal'.nD Jones,Jacksonville., Attorney n. 1 Law and Notary Public. ': AND: "_ Or.7Mg. CnDUnD, ,', ,

.. 'tC When a stranger stands on the'pub lit DISTRICT District. 'B.DEPUTY G.Alderman.GRAND Marann MASTERS. .NORTON &,' KOOKER..' *' SHONINGER;:, ORGANS

1 f W in Denver, spits on his 21 -- Reeve*, Chsttahoochee. P0RT ROYAL RAILROAD :
t .." Sd n.3.Taylor,Live Oak. r PZAIEKS Ut ;
liti hands,.and C;lesout, hmbon to me tth. ..8. Drlgpi,Jacksonville.6th ,; : '

t rt .by thousands !I." 'even, the Postmaster.pulhvpff 6th "" ,Z.W.II.1L)Long UOD,Oca1a.Orange BpriDg.. t. i: REAL< ESTATE For Augusta Atlanta, Chattanooga, 'Memphis, Nash ville-Louis ville, Cincinnati IN DAILY USE.

.. ; .his coat /nd goes out- to make, 7th .*' | Frank Branch,Tsmpa. -, t.,Louis, Chicago,. and all points North, South, East and. West.. .. -

Orand 111gb I'ril'tlt-W.1Sowea,1actfOnY.. / OF ALL KINDS. '
ty ,Grand ,High.rriest-J.t 8..Drifi*,JacksonDrpvt I -. r The.best musical, talent of the. country recommend
.- J .'( A California' Temperanc'Associa.. "riUeGrand : GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, representing the following companies ; TRAIN LEAVES DAILY: AT ,9.30 A. M. ..} these" Organ' *! 'The- nicest .'.' 'Mora fcf your
:t;t limits the.beverages of its mem* King-B. O. AldVrasn. MarUana. : i
Grand Bcnbe-0.0. Wilxon TallahahMW.Gratd : : money'; and give* better satWacUo ,'aua'any otter
bers to winei beer;and cider Treasnrtr W. A. Jacksonville. .
: "except Young, ,
. 1 '; when under of, dis. ODD FELLOWS FRANKLIN, OF PHILADELPHIA, .With combined assets of over PASSENGERS HOLDING TICKETS: BY OTHER LINES' CAN GET THEM now made. 'i4'onprise; the t"r
laboring ,
a sense ,
Florida Lodge No. 1-Win.D.Cook.V.O.; 8. M, CONTINENTAL NEW YORK, '. /0' ,r '- ", EXCHANGED( r avoiding delay in Savannah) AT .. ,. '. ':: '.
I /cburagemchk, and then.whisky. shall beallowed. Tucker, B. 0. Begulai meetings. every ,.Tuesdayni MANHATTAN, OF:NEW YORK. };S7 OOO'OOO' '; ," ureia, Coneertot- OrtJUstra **d Cu4s.

-I: ." They are' said to be the ht.TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. PENNV OF*PHILADELPHIA. : .. BREN'S TICKET U ,. '; '. .., '. : ,'j oJ :

4 'most discouraged temperance people Dna Division No. 1-Henry Kane, N. P.; Deo.: OFFICE ,,'
i in the State. W. FrazIer.B.8. B guiar meeting every Tbursiplar's -. LOANING !MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND ,. :
4 ( day night st Good Hall Uoe,.Blocks .. '
I Jacksonville Lodge.Good Templan"li.1-B.F, SPECIALTY. ;*: 21 BULL STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.. "- 'Mustrated Catalogue* sent by mail postpaid to aiy

___w :.;. : :. WilkThs says' his girl waved her Wu4.Wa 0.T.; 8.A. llo W' JL S. Meet every \ '. address.upon tppiicatfon to ''

-.. handkerchief at him:as he passed the Kewu Wednesday IjoAgt.veulogtn'. t,I.O.Iloea's O.T..U BaU Jackiovillf(Sd floor). ) We give below a few pf! the many choice places for sale byiis: : : ''. *. "

house ,last' evening. In response, be -a IL Webster W.O T.; C.'U. Jones W. R.8. CTL'Yf"R"EL'fA'BL' INFORMATION FUBNilSHEDV. ;. .B. SHON1NCER & CO.,
waved his M.tt rT ry nreuliLg.at.Orovs UaLnr the hell No. ft. Two..toqbousm oa Ashley near St. No. ,o. Dunlawtoa Plantation Halifax I' .' !'J* 4 '
coat-sleeve which he uses :7 ; oa river, % .
; : road bridge. Hotel, situated ia the best .
James pleasantly \ S
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as a handkerchief. TIRE DEPABTMEST. neighborhood in the thy i home U new,&h.II&rooms, seven i.ioo acres mile,"1,1 north jo acre of Mosquito rich hammock inlet,at;lying Port Orange one mile) :;,. -: 'DAILY PAP RS': : i .NeW'Hzvcn, OMB.-

.. Chief ngl&eer-J4ms Uvlioty.1st plenty of closets,and good servants room; 5.)6& fiona rivers 50 acres high shell land-immediately on .' r, ,; ''1,1'! : '; ; : ." "

L Thistles! are graving thriftily in the Steam Atslsunt Fir Engine-Joseph Uecnanic's Manyok.- The*J.SLotS,Fore- shclledi SOS kcV.gaod grape in KUCCr bearing good: a sidewalk fine lot of, and young the.street orange the with rivet large,.bank having frame trout of house about one fourth mile. ,From the:.following dtles on fila.'fefery. day, FREE,TO. EVERYBODY; ,BostOn; OCEAN-HO E,

streets of Victoria, and the papers are 1IIU. tree; flower and shade tree growing thriftily I ; good finished; house twotory commands view of the, iS river rooms and,neeriy NewYorkr,1 Philadelphia, BaJtl ore. San FranclscoChicago, THE
i clamoring (or the enforcement of the JEtna Alert ROle Mteam No.Fir I-C.-C.Vaadwrfrlff WtUiam Cays Foreman.PhojnU Foreaan. well flowering,with vine pump. on Will back be sold porch cheap.which U covered with and j surrounded with-large,bearing,orange trees, St. Louis, Cincinnati, and maDY'otbersa '
UtuNeilTFomnan.America pme M to too in number: good well,and a cistern JACKSOTVILLE,'FJ-\.,
ordinance 'against noxious weeds.TheyjsayJn HOM N.A. J. tf.B. To capitalist* "desiring a big thing.",there that hold t, oo gallons,in yard; thoroughly ditched "' and t !
Time Sure'Connections via Port Railroad. .
L effect UooKMad; Ladder Co-T, A, wu.om b a fine opening Springfield: a few toousanq dollar and drained; canal from itucar-house running to the :'Qultk Royal l ." ". .
"Thistle .
L \', : never Foreman.- BAN1C8.Frordmaa's trill go a great way just now.. For particulars enquire; river for transportation of crop; immense quantities of Centrally located imd first-class ia aQ its ppofauneBB,
i) do." of N acton ft Kosher,corner Ocean and Bay street wild orange trees on the place;.th.1OiI1s similar the -- -. -- -
farina's of Pint acd
Dank corner will remain the Summer months.
best ,
land of Cuba which it
.sugar to t II
Forsyth streets J. W.Bvaim, Cublera' No. 74. A HAMDSOMX RBSIOENCB FOIL'SAL&.-SU fully equal t '
I -Popular juvenile conversation : D.O. AmUer Banking!Iou... Bay.street, T.'H.Maxry large room U4 Jtitchen double bay window on the limestone II abundant. This place is really one ot the :A- o.. HUSSEY. ,JNO.. W. WELI'. "
- II I : Cu! 1 west large. & parlors:double plan on the south, fore choicest place in Florida and was bon a*such be. ?" L TjE&BdAiz
Fitstboy"4emmeseeyourtongue. the '
1 K. W,Penny, .Banking.House, Bay. stn VeoraerofOoean. commanding oot'o(.the. neaL view la Jacksonville J war. r ; [ L' .', .
4J Second' boy-"Lemrae see window filled with JOur tightf oC 40-inch glass and hung N. B. Do want winter borne X : ..WEEK.i .
- ilr yours. yon a'snug with HUSSEYH WE/L" |a PER DAY 0''JQJl'E
HOTELS.Oraiid .' with cord and weight oa pulley and reaching to the .
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First "There." orange trees and flowers,U Florid** You can a -*
Second get Vl/
boy boy- Nation*!;; Say street near Julia Oeo. II floor with blinds: aQ casings are.finished with mould f beautiful JV7W56 fe t.Ul Springfield.-high a ,. ) Very reasonable *n ds with fepHM**
and oiled aDd varnished making beautiful finish .
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"Your mother Oinley Proprietor. '
healthful and
-1 only leis'you one wi ia tea minutes walk el the pos omce, WHOLESJaE'AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Metropolitan Newt*.:street, near,Bty, ,. B. ccillDp hip,walls Jw-4.fiDisbedopea ltaIn double., on which to make,for &S* Yorpartlcuiars enquire boarder .
piece of huckleberry pie. Had /the Togni,proprietor." gisas frrollJdi.tqrJ-c,lock ns avery door(a bousc W Norton& Kooker, I MRS. CL.BVITINGTO .
Oosaa House Ocean Mrs. C.If china duact stort.rsnn;plenzyoclathas-prciscs,hath. .
panic down to didn't street near Bay, : '
_ your hpuse, BuOngtoo. Proprietres room lip roof,with cupola, from which a charming No '19. A tna of88cres J fc acres cleared"ham- !:BV7O'QTS: SHOES :Jacksonville,May.3, $874. '
you ? Fio d* Ilome,eomar Forsyth and P streets. view U to be had thecfty the river and surrounding mock land; iqef'rp .St.John's river j two miles west .,,, -
WJS.8U ckwelllUnagr.FEDIBAL country ; three lots,makinc >57 "Would my little Ew," asked a -. young shade tree started; hall a mile from post-office. front id the vicinity of Jckonvtlto.Win be divided .LATI"FINDI'NGS. : "' Percale shirt*,ti mice.'at Bucky' r
For 1j1a at m bargain.No desired..,
fond mother, "like to be a missionary: .. CoUrotorofOusMD-J..80OTT.( OFFI & \ X_ ;9*; A Urr ,:'two-ttory.house with tea Urn N. *aoe oa Arlington adjoining the TWES; OF PRACTICE;.'

-p and go preach to the suffering heath Deputy Collsctor-C..W.BLKW.iMpectorrli rooms i _A wahfrbuilt and finished iafint-nu style, Florida Iloinc,cong the old For sale :
______ en ?'. Tears-bright pearly drop of Mioin*-S IIIOUINS.Po with twelve led ceilings ODe Mr of ground located covered ataharga'n. vUieyard. '. ",A cottiplete1!'SLSsbrttnen tof New York,and( Philadelphia fine .1.BLOt1N'r.S..CO .
with fruit tree and flower: pleasantly ; within '
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I feeling-glistened in little '. eyes Collrwor"Intm" &.v.n> -.. A.\A. IOUra five minutes walk dike railroad depot. Price ftopoa; No. 147. Mir orouTAj.": :-This hotel Is G'doIA1ways; ..on Ii d., "v .. > printed xTh*.FtOBiDUir edittoa office oft, at' TaIJ"prIIIa..an P'JiJ
8&rv.vo.Oetori.1-.J.> W.OILS tB f. ",$00 down,balance on long tim if desIred centrally located,built theiest$* French brick,and Is the act_..IInepcaIIal
as he murmured : "No, I wouldn't; D. 5. -.McMURRAY.U. .' :. .". 400" ore*In Orange county eec mile from finuclas house If every-resoect,' For price and Sole, agents '-'in J cksonville' for, Samuel <>Dunbai&';Co.fs Vy flw.SupreM the Code-Court 01 Iocoediire togetaer;with a the SiS I *** '

bet I'd like to be on the'perlice longenoughto ; 8. CIRCUIT coxrar. ... MeionvuU Price|s per* terms apply to Norton Itkcf.. > Missesf and ''Children's.Fine; ShoeS '. ,,;: l1Ouac'a Code'(act of i86t) MOW to fcrce- ,.all II"

put a tin the big .Ja.ia'I-l"Bun FHtBKR. pbIet. .

Jqramui that stuck shoemaker's roof on waxHfiinjr Al MzshsS-aCONAf" ny-J. 11.0. DItICY. : -CaDo orwrli< to us,.i'.your was:. ,. : : : ( Goods;$enf by rhail r'ipress.to/ 'a1I1'a tSl''tifftef State.v .' *'comphatloa; i1fl'pror.a1ier1cooventot t- &
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