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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: September 2, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00014
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S fJ-fE. NE\V' SO TH. S Sam. Houston" "Arid how Bid Jackson treat him?'* S PIt0FESsIONAU; CARDS.ftclTJ '" : J .,MISCELLANEOUS.TV .. ,; : GROCERIES. AND'PRdV SioNS. RAILROADS AND. ftTKAJUUtS.." -: ,.
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Tlic true storj' of. Sam Houstoun I don't know/ but I suppose he I. I ,. \ .. : .- .

.. !SHED J\'fR 5Al1RAv.TFJMS v wE.t. r.sD AtDVt reslgntion of the Governorship of this treated: ,bim 'all 'right, -as] they Jiad F. COLCORD, .. ,. yrZL'LONVILLE:: : HOUSE1; : .tFciR.TIt$19 EVERYBODY." .1 Eiamiac Bucky's _ofprUta. _""r,:. .

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been friends. .
State, and his joinIng.the CherokeeIndians great After reaching ; '
OF SU SCRJPT/ON: arJ'Ski.businea' ; '. )> TACKSONVIIXE PESACOtS AJTD:
anualll.h" [ in Arkansas, has_ ne"eryet Washington, I know he Chipped ,a Successor to Hide of If'yod wt.h.;a genufa* anicle T*' tne-w 'y of Ggra _
cvr' 'allK.",mail"ubla11xn.I3-SIpcr' JH.. MEIIOXWLLE ORANGE COUNTY FU.l "*' 'f ,. .. J .MOnl o..UUO:
opies.' $ each; and an extra copy Qeen published, and when I heard it member of Congress the name ,of --' : :r .
r lIIon Wbies.Liqnon, Re.,
club ftl ten received at one time.. ... r, _' 5- 5 ": > ,t.f: go to Oa and after
IJ SUNDAY MAY
.d\t to every Standsbury forsaying disrespectful \ Ir .. syztrsIas _
,iII Y Ten a few days' since from the. lips of a :something Ct1rae(atand Oceaa 1&recU. 'S .HjBToci.cI. will follows

Wv n\1S, mail aat'fcfc-cribers.T.cnhy.a*les.,60 2 per. &nou'; f&ty.ClUP"ts. gray haired resident bT this city who of J3.ck n.; / :, S -:" : ';. i- ; .4. ::'-' ", 11.,HIrE;Prvprictor., S S 'f S,'Y. '. t1.f .l*\.., 's ,S'.1: .: run as : S

cop After this hqard Hghest cash *X.V&*, Skins. Fun ... PASSENGER TRAINS WEST .{DAILY} FOR" .
.J. J bad beefi the warm personal friend of we nothing more Wa.z .piiceep14 '-'- ,.-j ; S LJ44t '-it: .t ,,; 'j. S 5 i SAVANNAH Arfli TALLAHASSEE.

cadIAD.J ERTJSJ""c.RA2.ES: the hero of into made of Houston uritiljusi before the Mexican ,, ,. Ti i'.. .
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CM, WEanT.$* opcrlneBrleM.rttInsenU : mental note of it for the' benefit of the ,war, when we heard that he had cLzoMIso4. : j.w.wamnr. ., .( vou/f1.c ;' ", > '. .. &ldwia.4.10, S S S S 9:55
tack: .wjueot i $ertU*vS>CrIfl** to San Antonio .&tt'7 aI Law and U.S.Corom'r. : Notary Pubtic.C.yc3INSciN ., FERNANDINA.. FLAl, BtI1iards.CO 10 J.B."J'O Nl'S; 5.U00a Haf.ner: ', I' Lake CJty__....._ T-IO aas aArivs .
WEI4.V f I.as P"inch II'lei& ret."uertion. : each Times readers., gone to practicelaw. &;CO. s t' I u. \ --5' IS- I ,,,. i ;\1 1;, -I > ,- v : at U.0. .,",:$1, and : 330IaTca4Ir .
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1II\1oco, 'It'insertion.75 cent "You see"said the old gentleman You know his"'connection' UEl/T DD 'Pr.: '1: S. '. '.? ,: : .;,",.... ...,... S )(0Dticc1I1- 1- :- ''T-JO. .81:4ii S _

: .":u.focenuperline.TWMS with the Mexican Trars probably, as ESTATE AfNSUR.ACBOERS ___ -. ____ ?
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CASH m DvMcz.Ad1 referred to- Houston- and I _"
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ADAXIS.CARRUTH..& CO., '. in store \\'ellasIdo. -- ? : : .. Agency The Manliy .n LIf* Insurance'Company of'New 5-SrJendid surf' bathing.. ., .. :1. .,,.: /, ?.- ,;Imported' Bass- -.Ale draught' ... '"., ,, ,Can"for- -' 'it at.J..,'B S, Arrive' QuIDC7.a at(" -'__ s oq S .",
s employed a together at Kingston "a" < a-
laiks nviI1e. da.Monopolies. He married again I believe? York .1 43-Magnincent drive of eighteen miles on the finest ?

[ East Tennesee, when. we were Yes. 'His wife, got a 'divorce,:and Aiscti 7.'zr.3.2t$5,009,462.23." ,Undi' iJ-: 7

boys. That was about 1812. The I be married a Mobile lady and :she I I. g4-RerresMnjiea ireacs., ', I. S I _-_ -25'3DI TAUAHASSEx Vu.LL111.- = ; ,
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uext lie enlisted as a private i i.thenrmv in N.\BETTES ; ... ;,:, : ;.t ., ,. .', Leave "'.
Th IVnuacola Telegraph Company, year made.a. man .of him. They visitedNashville ,. :;._ / CIiARK .J1-t1. ; .1 i "n S .CIattah0.__. ft '

,-j. I : ,Vnsacola and ui6villo KailroAd and marched off to the Creek ,together, arid. I went with PHYSICIAN* bAND'SURGEON .OPEN, DURING.THE. SUMMER. JOHN( dJ .. [..J.ic1i c-:.,.:v' 'H.1 ,S .. r-n.-----_ -_I S '..10'Jo P--.--> 5-

and the Western Union TelegrHj.ji war. He was soon made an ensign, the -S. .S S '. .' .. .. .' MoatkcfioUadii -_.-1 *:* ,
: them t see Jackson Hermitage h FORWARDP.-G H
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Company.; 4 and was the first to scalethe works at-,twelve"rail:r om the city His first ': < :, l men 5. 5 :SS ARD" :. ,. .,- S.S. ,/ S '. ,v "S U0._' -j5m a-m5aad5e gasrI -.1iIt Ji1j .. _-_
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(I the 10th inftant, Judge Woods, U. the: battle of the Horse-shoe, where Omca Homo-From 8 till 9 a.m.and i* tin a p... :-Per day, -. :. ,|i.j,> .5 5 IUfD"A.. L I .5 Lake Qty_ .,.5:50 aaduzg .
wife married and is a' .
again, now livingnear Per V : 'fi'om'j3 : Ia1dwia.-o. .. 9:00. a and ,a.,t
COunt heard the OFFKB Resiwtsca Corner Ocean and Monroe week to Jia ,
'MERChANTS
S. 1 'istrirt: apnlicutionOf he was shot, twice in the; right arm.He.came.home Nashville unless she has'died AXD CO ."I M rsS16 N- Arrive at Jacksonville-iau)a m and 4:15 ,
he rfOfticola: Telegraph Companyfor and well ., ; ItreetL! .: ': :! .. 676111TVAER Satisfactory arrangements made with iIicS.FIne ; : ; : ? ..- ,' : iAMD -. '

lD injunction ain't tho 1*. & L. finally got recently." _.5 .. ; S. DEALBK IX ,. TRAINS TO. ST.. MARKS.- : _
and the : f I
R A- Co. and the \V. U.. T. Co., and was appointed sub-agent to & MARKENS. livery accoBunodations. S (Tuesday,Thursdays aad SatanUysJ JI .'.. :
the ; Cherokee Indians, but he soon got Lumbering Maine1 Open after June ist under above terms. U. 1m" ROCERIEa.T i l'R VISI0, S. GRAIN. '
tht' :s"h he did no grant injunction ._; t_ f 'L' T ah" I m ,;IO SS. ..' ..
he l.nuJed that the charter granted theFtTsaeolaTdeprAph into a quarrel with Calhoun, ''then Bangor is a'place' considerable .STRICTLY WHOLESALE.GROCERS, : : -HAY.; r- SEGARS.! x ..i'&cll.t:i '*. "Ai-riycatSt.Wazlrc_-_ ,S sa:,...! _

Company by the Secretary of War, and was removed. importance which it owes. chiefly, 'to ; : METROP0LITANHOTEL/ SS -. 'Sole Agents for Florida'for";" :' \' ;'' ,Arrive Leave St.-Tallahassee.Marks- :_., ..,.i3s5pmI sao, 5- P A- _

n]< rids Legislature-givin* 'that Com- Then became to Nashville in 1818. the lumbering interest which centres S S JACKSONVILLE. ,'. .' FLA.. S 'r' .; .t" -; '.' 'T"AftrilI..Cc S : ; ROBERT. WALKER.-. ,.hl

pai \ the exclusire right to erect tele- He began to study law with Judge there. There are 'several large sawmills 43Gocdt: at SiYaonah' .aad Cfcaricston prkej. ."'. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. : : S l,r'HI 1/ S I, ,Paint. 5r I p andS L S RSVSr&MG1SUpL, ; 1 Ii _
lines in Escambia and Santa Rosa Patent Drawer H. L. MAGEE Ass'tSupi. .a '
White.'s Money
cr.ph Trimble and in six month's time 4.119-301 _
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in its and 'others .I ( ,
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under the Laws and ,; 5 S 5 5 :j S
CT'Co' istitution"til's. i is of valid the State of Florida. admitted to the bar. At the first session studded at intervals along the banks Win remain* -open-. .during. the. Summer, for! '._the. accomfj ft- _,?''Agent,...for..", .' ; 1. .5 Bucky sells boois: and shoe*.cheapest. ,1 : \iA. S

of the Legislature after this he .N0RT0N5&5.K00R,1 modation of. the travelling public. and citizens generally.. & "LIZZIE. BAKER.VOLUSIA..- S_ : 5-
XI = fernis to be 'a sufficient guarantee of the Penobscot river, betVeen'Dan- : '- ",t \ '. i '

to the IVnsacola Telegraph] C S '
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th t they yet have the exclusive right top State, over Francis: 13. Fogg, who however, strikes us all, as at different Streets Money,Jacksonville loaned on Florida.Real Estate> security.' .General. '.. Prices* .Greatly, .Reduced.. -,. 'S ;S ,. .' ,10.0-.'j'' : : ., S _. ;i.1l t. S _

( Tate'telegraph lines in the counties was one of the most prominent and intervals we catch glimpses from the Life and Fire Insurance Agents and dealers In Pine < l S S S _:. : _:' .' A.. 4- _
La5nd. Plantations&c..Springfield suburb a specialty.. RATE 'PER DAY, $3.50: Van Daunt&Thns. eSai1iDCP FERNANDINA TO.CEDAR XEYS;
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scholarly I lawyers in the State. He train.of the mill-ponds, is the character Correspondence solicited.' S '3.255wt1 .,, S 'S. S
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above acthn was ,
consequenceof FROM NEW YORK. .
:a coiitroveity, first between the U.R. was then sent to Congress, where he of the logs that are being cut 4up and liberal terms by the week and month. ;' ;\. .! SOtXOSOOTIkeoaNilNMrtll.Baldwin "
_was a warm Jackson man, and while lumber. As rule C. DREW twJ6.lg2 Bay Street.. JacksonTiScJIorida.FAIRBANKS S .., tIW.II. 4frriH.
into -
('n. with the P. T. Co.. which wits a general they .* :, fernt1. :.. s IJ 135PSI '
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af erwarils transferred by the P. & L. there had a difficulty with John T. are spruce logs,'from five to fifteen inch 'J'D. TABLE BOARD REDUCED- RATES- C lbh.nr'.??__.. S .T-35. 521 _
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U. U. Co. to the Western Union Tele- Irwin[ apd whe/thcy both came backto es at the butt, but not averaging on the ATIORN'AND ; S ; .{ .I -gD1r. .53:3:3r4: IS

p..pti! l' 'mpUlY. The Western UnionTe Nashville Irwin challenged him, whole more than isix br :Yen inches. COUNSELLOR-AT-LAAV The patronage of the public respectfully solicited, : StarkeJ Gainesville. ,_ _.._4 1I:37'I 1:3.. JtM'11d' ". S S

'paph Company began to erocj sending his challenge by A noted des. Here and:/'there i\, pine l log'or small Office in the new Freedman s Bank Building.cornei S S 5 S ,'J' DW.Ek2rs5. '/ Archer, -_, 3:20pm a S 9:49 -
&c., lor a telegraph line running Pine and FU.B. J. B.TOGNI, Proprietor. Bronsoo-i _-_ -_ & 3:3 : 9 4.81
poi > perado of St. Louis who had killed Forsyth Streets Jacksonville, .
of them carefully in __ _
pond .boomed AND PROVISIONS Cedar __
l'cn.\(>"Ja to the Pen&acola nnc- B.ANDREWS. J... C.BMW. Apri125th.I7744, 55'W31n. GROCERIES? S S -5- ; .63. .a
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several He considereda ,
and Lbe l'dls ctI1a T le r.lph Corn- men. was.not affords the evidences of the departedrelics J-IY. ', 'l CONNECTIONS:
tion. and Houston wouldn't S S Gent's furnishing: tow' BAY .STRECT JACKSONVILLE,nA.S .. At FERNA DINA..wottJ Ste nie>'arr P t.)
their rights threatened gentleman, of the forest. Even these are S goods at Buckys. .. ,- j *.
pair: rontidering & BAKER. Charleston aDd Savannah.Mondays :--pla-d to Judge Woods for an in- take a challenge through him. Gen. small logs compared .with,-what'is the J.M. .11..1. S'- ,, Dictator"from Charleston and Savannah,,..TnursJaTS ar S
White heard this and made S FOR SALE OR RENT-COUNTRY.. hand' 4 L. With steamerLixzie Baker, from SayaaaahV} .
Always keeps on
jun' !linn.luts some remarks average class! about a'mill >on the Ottawa ATrrORNEYS-AT-LAW. Brunswick and St. Mary's Mondays at 6 a.m; for1 S

curious part of all this is, that about Houston, which led to'a or the TrenL v The'truth:1 is that 5 flAY/-.C rn, OATS:BRAN, GROUND those poiatsea Fridays at t a-m. "' ,. "! S

the Uuilroad mpanyatid Western duel between Houston and White in Reed's Bunding; '' 5 T TEL ORANGE GROVE PEAS ChICKEN FEED, At.BALDWIN.withJ.P.&M.R.R.irom Jack-
OFFICE T FEED.
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the lumber Maine well
.of is nigh exhausted ; sonvflle at coy p. 111.: fcr Jacksonville at 9.OW a:m.-'
Ui t.. ''U Telegraph Cxiiniiany, among other which Whit was seriously-wounded. the victim'to thatmost: reckless ';-!y '" Jacksonville.Florida S ; PORK LARD, BACON .At GAINESVILLE with uwweekly sags,linefcr
t..insay that the l' usacol:1. Teleni : S ,; ;'i FOR OR''RENT.: S :vSHOULDERS Tampawith stage line ** NewnansvOle Tuesdays" ,
This added to the of Hous- SALE .
popularity which has and Friday .4
; ''h C:. ..mpan: enjoy n monopul l which eystem pf waste everywhere IAMBS. M.., BAKEK.. :" . Hilma'. ..j.' BAK'EX.HBrBEEBE IIAMS, At CEDAR KEYS,with steamers to and from NeW
and he elected Governor of
break This bounds ton, was on this continent characterised FISH FLOUR, ,
lii-', ilt-sire( U up. 'w c will lent for the season or sell on easy terms, OrIcaas.'CG'Y'Saturday. WUa steamers romKey : _
6tr.:.!"', >because if it i* a monopoly in the State in 1827. He had succeeded this industry. The Bangor paper : ,. S ; 5. HOMINY,MEAL RICE, West and With Tampa.Steamer Frida,;from from these places,Than.,>
CIlACQer days. CoOl. Tampa Sundays:b-
the bands: ot the IVnsacola Telegraph Governor Carroll, who was. a very which we got on the train had a letter TJIEAL14, or. ORANGE, MOUSE' S HECKERJS FLOUR. FARINA, Tampa Mondays. ,With Steamer Wawenock.

would it be if controlled and who ofprominently ,' BUTTER, CHEESE,.APPLES, ONIONS Snwannee Fridays;. for Suwannee Tuesdays. "* _
spoken ,
popular was
t''I.II'UtVhat)| mm. from California describing lumbering A 1{CHI1F.CT.' S S 'Near MellonvCfc. Orange Co. Florida., :. POTATOES, SUGARS; SYRUPS, S ,Dt&. MAXWELL t
In th: \\ I'Stern Union Telegraph} Corapai as a candidate for re Nevada Superintendent.
the 5-13__
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operations near ,. ROOM WITH 'THE'FARM'ORAKGE' GROVE AND MOLASSES COFFEES, :
the iu the a s?. MA5ONIC BUILDING.t .V .
: grcat monopolist election. Houston was afraid of him, : there the inevitable madness .NURSERYATTACHED.. S -
and crops : TEAS COCOA UmbrelUai Andparuolsloboha4-Ducky's, '. I
IV.J&tate: ti. i and in order to secure his own reelection jout. Describing: the magnificence of 1W36-1 WS3. of: : 'yachiziii.iirda.1M.&ART1IUR : -', .SXHFF.'- -; S.' .
ted. the
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Whn Uie State
gran In Carroll beat THIS PROPERTY IS 1 MOST ELIGIBLY OILS SOAPS, :
to Congress case _
the forest
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trees four.logsfromasingletree
charter: to the Ten'aeola TehgraphConijwiny A..'BIRNEY, LOCATED-- nules'froin the Steam'- STARCH, TOBACCO, __C___'_, LINE_ _r'
it did so to encourage n coinipary hun Governor, began to.strengthen. scaling .six: thousand feet of- lumber boat Landing on Lake Monroe.' WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS
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t<> ustrurt U'li-grajjh\ lines which himself politically and in order' to the average of a lot l at one.of the ATTORN.EYS .- BASKETS-BROOMS, SPONGES, TUBS '. '; f r. :
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IT. rV net de-l and which did not promiseto carry out this scheme married, in mills, being fifteen hundred feet,.the : FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE CANNOT BE RIVER. STEAMERS. SS
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be a I'ayieg Investment and which January, 189, a ladyT>elonging to avery writer "proceeds to refer tothe yellow 4j4 STRE'ET: ; 'NO. 330' SURPASSED-while no part to-the of Florida-com.' S 'CANNED GOODS OF EVERYXIND.. ,. ..,., 54 "Jt :
'b1 so advantages .. ,
many grower
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would h:4\ bt-cn : s "
not except '
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intluential family at Gallatin FRUITS.
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pines in those-forests, resembling' the S of TKOPJCAL S" SUMMER SCHEDULE :0ON'
If it is WASHfl.'GTONCITY, VERYTHINGS,5T5 :
the guannitff of such a charier. .
milts north of Nashville. She *
a monopoly, it i is one thai has not worked thirty Norway pine in. .Maine. the. timber If not sold beWre the HRSTMONDAYln MARCB !',id.,' Z .. S and'after MONDAY. .t.J.he: steam? >
handsome brilliant "
t<> the detriment of the city ot'I'ensacola. was a very young being hard and excellent for flooring.And It.A. pArrisow> s i'; 'A.LIB1t. next the property will on that. day be offered at public. ANDPlOVISION, LINE" of this EMU wilt leave Shipyard: Wharf daily

lady, and attracted great attention then comes the ,old, old story : l' J'' : J t sale. to the highest bidder. Apply to- FpRAGE.GROCERY. (Sundays excepted},at 8 o'clock.A.M.,for '11

Tlu- Charter ot the A. & F. B. It. Co., wherever she wentwhich exasperated "These trees are.generally passed by pATTISON: .& MEEK! FLEMING Attorneys& DANIEL; .: I SELL: FOR CASH '. 1! S PA'L.AXKA i''j *

now iie! 1). & L. IL U. Co., is also nomonupolS. Houston, who was of a morose, jeal. but they will soon be wanted. Now Jacksonville Florida! .: .. .' -. .. ,S 1! .L.J..jr, 9 .

yt-t we c n't see why, if it isproptrly'iuanageJ ous disposition. I used to see him the best 'is 'taken-the cream of the ATTORNEY3-AT-LAW; S Octoiir t,x87V tf j.AH AqDAT. :aiyf Intermediate LaDdIDgSanJTttUra same wtyt r
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!. it would not workto and knew that he had THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FiGURES. i rough! it men for r h t 'sS
the advantage of Pensacola. frequently forest.. Happy'.will it i be for the Office,.ReQua's building.Jacksonville.FU.PE. shades of braids and chignons at Bu; .: ".
married purely through politicalr ea- '.if when S Boarding Houses and ENTERPRISE }
The Western Union Company lumber interests they are Merchants.Loggers Hotels ,
Telegraph
is a mouopoly. not by law but the sons, and soon saw that his domesticlife wanted theY. re still to be had, for jt : OHNSON. M. D., SA L E. S. Families are invited to examine my goods and prices. S 5 S 55 :_"J
'. FOR and!: laodiag*,-win leave as abo e oa Ti ,
p..a.tt' of all power, the Almighty was an unhappy one. would be.no unusual experience, judg- 7 t r' THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES.'. days and Saturdays and. return Wednesday. and. SaturdayeeE1 r

4.S.l:1r. ODe Saturday in April I met himat ing from the record in Maine and 5 HOMOEOPATHICPHYSICUN"' ." y5Ej.5clL. E. API ,are requested: _' to.1.send J .freight' '. 'jC down: duringtheattemoQe. Stit.Shippers

We take the above from the Pensa- a big barbecue just west of the city, Canada, to find that the fire had run ,AND SURGEON. 'tf, limits.: PAID 'FOil* COUNTRY PSODXTOfi cv.iiixnw555tff : .''' *x -' .r i.tJfc -,.
THret small Farms "t City V'fc: S > 4,46d .
Cq'L& Express, and adui-es from there where he and Carroll both'made through the partially' cleared forest, Office.north side of Bay Street;la Dr.Robinson's "f" S t.. : .
building, next block ea&t of National Hotel.i Iggd : ,.'. . .. "
new
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I that the of TFAAcREs 5 t.. > I
saw feeling ONE OF i 1
speeches. /
and the .
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now despised -
inlorm us that Judge} Woods refused the swept .away i ", :t & WHITLOCK. Eucl1 RIfs me bcst..hit YClI& : .
that crowd wls:111 in his favor and Cleared land; no o improvements ? W .. .. ..; r_ ,
timber. It would not be easy to esti- Successors to Thos. A.'W"IsOJ ,-S__" .
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but said tho Western Union
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injunction ,
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told him which caused him to bin R. A1j+O,. : ONE F"I'WL"'tTY'ACRES; 55 -SS :! S / t.'-I '
loss
; so, pate in dollars, the which this W'; ., EALKBS ITS HANGEiOF-.SEHEDULE.t.! .
Ti l lepraph Company may go on with the best of spirits and while In S About fifteen acres In culthntlon, 500 grape Vines and \ ,. C : ;
has in Canada '
produced
building at llttir own risk. He reservedjudgment culling systen ; '1 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, fruit trees:underdrained;'clay.subsoil; .one otthe best ,GRAIN.. FLOUR, ,AND. FEED, '
that mood we separated. Monday and the apologies for saw logs places for gardening. ." '
scurvy 5S
Tie PoJni
preferring to await the dec steamer Oft navtog' been withdraw* for
I called at the.Nashville.inn Office;In'Reed'' ,'Bay t ONE OF TWENTY ACRES, S ,fanufacturmor, .
.Street. ,
:ion of the Supreme Court in another morning which noV fill the mill-ponds in the Block '"" ," 5' Summer repairs _.,.;_
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c.tse, on an Act of Congress of July 24, where he and his.wife had been board. rivers of Maine are the'warningvoice -.:-- !;-. -u.Flarila. woods About:four on King's acres':roadS in cultivation CALL AHD,. balance BBS. good pin CORN MEAL? HOMINY, CRACKETX THE sTEADIcrAToR: : ., ..

Ji? 66, citing the Telegraph Company'iriht ing since their marriage, but I was to Canadian lumberers of"a'dayf3st .. COLLINS, GRAHAM: S S 3 5 S* 5_ S: S 515 5 55 tSSSfl S'T .

to construct their line on Post refused admittance to his room. I approaching, anil not, I fear, 'very far CJ :I & BASNETT", -: Deal/r In Real Estate,Witschen's Building Bay St.. :,1coRi4', RYE MEAL, CATTAW IXO VOGEL.Wffl.un'til .S .

Joules, under certain conditions. however and : rLOtIRCRACKEDWHAT& .'
finally
persisted, was off; when a similar experience, wijl be tr.: ,:.j: )f"O J
admitted Dr. I found LAW, flEALm'rwEALTH; ,. 5555 '" S ; J.J i f further notice,leave aIAlI.ESTONerei'y S
.by Shelby.
theirs. The present depres i ljo the ., 5, S S t'' TURNING r .

The Grasshoppers.The Houston lying on tlie be/1 with his lumber interest affords a.fair opportu- ppla-.InRecd' Building np stairs.- '. L :- *SCROLL" 5 SAWING, &.WOOD TUESDAY" ;evening..and SAVANNAH" '; every. .WEDNESDAY .-" ..

Cambridge Chromcle publishes face covered up, and, in answer to my nity for a pause. in 'the career of our I-ITlACKSONYILL' ;FIaI : ANDo 7 ', : ., 'TO ORDER. 1 Vri.; ,for Florida.arriving S S 'InJACKSONVILLE*.., "*' ., S
'rq .
S an extract from a letter from Mrs. S. astonished enquiries, Dr Shelby told production, and stock-taking in _. S RECREATION I IJt't VYo'od Sawed,' Split, ,aiid Delivered CYC'it.tlUR.SD; S!. 5 S 'fl S
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I 1) Barrett, formerly of that place me that Mrs. Houston's father had relation to the real .interest o'f f the II. SUMMERS i. -i... > '" .
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C l : : ;: : | .5 R'ET: U R NI N G> HUT
but now of Capioma, Ncmaha County come down from Gallatin for her the trade, and i it is 'most, sincerely 'be S LANDS. FotS by Cord or Load. I : i tt :

S Kan., (in the northeastern corner day before and that 'She had left her hoped that wise counsels will govern 55 ATTORNEY-AT-LA. i ; Ross*Block.Bay Street opposite our Mlrf'arnl WharJ Will. leave PALATKA. S every THURSpXy:CYCD S
'S of the State husband and returned to the home of ; ORANGE r .GROVES,,' COLONIES, ,;, r >)orb
and I its del detibera.tions.-MQ Gaztle.I io
only one : and JACKSQNYI1LEeYcTTSYIDY 1DOID
county ALSO NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER : ,:;ACXSO.VIZi-E'Fz: .
from the Missouri River), under the her childhood. CIa S U. S. CIRCUIT COURT. FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS ; . ',. '. : ; suit the tide. : rii_ same day,aTnving im .
date "Said I General what's this I Wives 'at Auction j. .' VILLA SITES, TOWN wrnoci'
of .- WU.sCa IS" "
August 5th, giving the follow- Office Folk's bW1diD. % .A.SAVINGS '' .4r SAVANAII&idctLtRLESTONI1tinintS. _
., lpg graphic description of the incursion hear?' S The history of this' 'commonwealth r "- .LOTS. -. S '," II, I I. ': .

of grasshoppers there : lilt looks ."Said he, 1'01:1 ruined, min S; I'ma commences with an auction sale"not, ,i:t::PLD JIIG.. Sp. 'J.,. J.JIIn! FOR::SALE':ON' 'SANFORD'S'GRANT. ;BANK. S :: ,; ... ,CONNECT"IWITH' NEW .VQRK 5 ,

very sad and dreary to to-day. ruined nanJ however, in a'storey, but beneath the .,.n..M1 _' '- ': S. .1. 'J";5' 'STEAMERS.-,: L.S .: .
The pie I told him he owed it. his 'of where LEMINGS & t A ELATTORNEYSAT.LAW.; : L. M.MOORE. rri THE 'FREEDMAJTS SAVINGS :n tsDco:. .
.to '
sun is quite bidden by the clouds green trees Jamestown, probably F / 5. : i -r.:; : .1' : S S : AGENTSsRAVENEL4CO..CharIas ,.1' a?

, grasshoppers flying all around and friends to give some explanation the most anxious and interested 55AcxIoxvIu.z UAJICII. sos. .. t' :; AJ':
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alighting on everything. They are his conduct and. asked him why he crowd auction habitues ever knownin S SALE'OR; RENT; '. Kf ,? BRAINARD& DZERTSON.Savmab.! &.

and his-wife had separated to whichhe the history of 'the world Orncx: Reed's.Block, .Ocean;and B'aj'JacboDYiJI4 :Street! FOR ON LAKE MONROE. 'Deposits of any:imoont' received from'individual,
pelting cocper
1 against my doors and windows were Fla. '. S S .' .. -' .. 'S o::-"z.J' SS S > M.S ,JEFFREYS,BSO.SON.Femandina..it. '9
fast replied that he hadn't word to In- l letter still to be business firms and societies,:on which Interest will bi
as gathered., a seen .
a halftones Ian S
came. .
ever 3-21-1' 55 S /i.5 S S In,. '" .4 S ...' -5 -. ;JFREYS&DRO.JcksmviZin.. :
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against his wife-that she was a dated London August 1621 and allowed "' t' ? : -I; ,
say ,
scarcely
see through screen .
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my ; S L, .ADAMSt'- .
L. Landing ai t j
Steamboat
'Two the -"
near :
Cottages : '
door for them, and to look out as far asK high-minded virtuous lady.' directed to a wea.1tby.colonist of that AAI.. KNIGHTV"f; r" : -.. __ oJ ,new' 'r', '.. T ,'.'". Deposits-may bersen; by espresso In current fiinds 'OF LAD-
= AND BILLS
"t TICKETS'
L' THROUGH
. can see it looks like a snow-storm; He then, said that he alone was to settlement, the writer begins by 'saying .SANFORD, or:iy maiI.{0 postal money orders and bank drafts. .. .. ttGGIV5E. --"It.

S 3S they fly their wings look white, blame ; that ,he had decided to, exile :; ",Ve ;send .a shipment, one S S "ATTORNEY AT LAW1' .!i I' d '!" : ALSO. .J.- ;. The Bank is opm daily from t A.K.to 2 r. M.; also, .43tf"i-S." S 3r, .- '

like &tes of snow in the air. They himself among the ,Cherokee Indians; widow ana eleven maids for wives for .# .' Including HOME LOT of twenty acres a desIraVtwostory on Saturday evenings, far'dcpcUs only from 6to8o'clock. .

destroy everything they alight on. and that he wanted me 'to. carry.his the people. of Virginia. There hath No; s Hoc 'Elockup stairs"- '.;{ ;; : .bouse, 'with 'Urge 'dining-room'detached S S4.111w WANTED'TOJRENT. '

S they have in the. choice f 'S '.". l J. W.SWA1M. Cashier. u.. rt.
destroyed acres and acres resignation as Governor the Sec-: been especial 'car pi 3-7Sswly' JacksoDvQle FU. :5"S f' :" '

. corn, and iw, they are going in retary of.State.] This I emphatically : them for there hathnot one, of them S J S Suitable,for a Boarding-house. ". A 'CONVENIENT DWELLING 1 -

our corn-field by clouds, and will de- refused to do, at first, but at his earn been received bat upon good com c. L, ROBINSON, S Apply to. s H.UDBFOREST. I A"N.j ;DOBBINS, SS IN A FIRST'CLASS "CENTRIL LOCATION.TOR .

, stroy.it. all in a day. Every shrub and est solicitation and that of Dr.Shelby mendations. In case they cannot be S : SanfiadITa,' : S :A S.LAUjJ4tMlLY,. ? sI ,- V '

, tree is covered with them. You knowwe I finally consented. The next 'morn presently married, we desire that they : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW7.' January 17. 1 73. .. S.twjatf S GUNSMITH" ,LOCKSMITH, ; PERMANEN'ANDCARETULItNNTS -

read of Eharaoh's plague where ing Houston, Shelby and I went may be-put with 'several householdersthat Also. NOTARY PJBUC.ad COMMISSIONERU. EXCHANGERS., AND;. GENERAL JQBBERtCorner ., ." S .. tJit If.
the S. CIRCUIT COURT. MERCHANTS' Apply thV
; insects got into the kneading- aboard' a steamboat, Houston being havewives until they can be provided I 'I S S THE: r "..i'1;\ ., ,J J f-&f. ; FLORIDA SAy INQS. BANKfWK .
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trOughs I with husbands." But the writer Office N d. Masonic Block : i-IT' .[ ILOONIS Bay Ind Hogan Streets .. :
I S think this is one of them. disguised so that no one recognizedhim. .5 ; 5 3 ,! .' S 5 5 HOBO'S BLOCK, .. 'GOANb.' '-: Ifllftf ",;
I
went out by 'the door to try and We bad him good-bye, and of this epistle'had little reason.to : % S .. FRANK ... ''' ,: JACKSONVILLE- ," FLORIDA. .. :. S

: drive them off and flew all he-went down the Cumberland. He fear that any of the "maIdens. faire" i 0. WRIGHT; : :uV ', S GuGORY pnetorr' ". '.-. h".f' -* s .*<; '. .'!'. 5., .-j *1'1 ," -' M "a t"tj' ::5
they over A ., .. '' .- 'PRICE LIST. .. : : -:0- .., OF..TlI&PEACElMlft ;:
me "d ? > > Ii. ,.. 'S S, S S S S ; JUSTICE> I I5
I had to change dress" to told me afterward that he got as far would be left over. The. archives ...., ....... S
ray ATTORNEY AT.LAW1l .. ;. Twelve Lacer Beet.Tickets for. m. ';;: SEWING MAChINES CLEANED'ANDREPAIRED; .. .', .: T.t..AJrD S ,,. "j .. .' S
r'g t rid of them. Ark. without contain evidence, to that these 1' 'h" ,, ',,'. ,,. : L 'jV 1:
Instead of having as Napoleon,. being prove Scuppernoog pX3kT---T--, .; ... l: sl, _
iIhin.. 1fe he. first of ladies.were, S Reed's Hock, Bay L.JckonrIflcTI*. ....,...... ..S S; I', ''i' ..)UcIRDERS.)1tOM . S NOTARY-: .B'1.lfC
: are having showers of grass- recognized and in,that case, beg cargoes young put 'lime Juice Punch..... i. ; no. !
c,:' uOppets. Our six windows are comJttelj ged the man to say nothing about up at auction and sold for 120 pounds will practice to the different courts cubs Setat.' Collections '."Ice.Cream i'1ftI'h' ',;...; i ttS5S.l. ; v "'.' "''Office'ia SOLARYTS BLOCX.J. ;'*KrfACwner .

tobacco and it .dromptly attended, ;-iBtf.,. ,''YiUfPuI: .;t' 5o THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY. ; I' '
covered with them, and as I meeting him. He went on to' Fort of each was ordered L S S '. "' ATTENDED.-' BAY dPL\Q'simu1t.

, jnte! they are pouring down the Smith, where he joined a Cherokee by that this debt'should have precedenceof LOU EMILE MOURGEONi,. BrandylSinch RBBS Pnrrh, -'-"-''S ._'. -'or--- -:- ;.r'S.. -. '25, S .:' t i. SS 5 : 5,. '.'; I .., -'... ? J .I i

"imncy and coming down the stove- thename of Jully, whoni he had been all others.; 'The solitary "one Whisky Puncli,. ...*j!..-L..i.1 .55. ...;-"..-t_- ?S SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ,..1 ,

S Pipe. Father has just come in. He familiar with while he'was. agent for widow" went along wth, the others, From. Parts Island, France.Dyeing(lately crHOI.Jkh Foreman_tat of).the. Sttten'. Claret.Punch-; .. '. M : n....-.. .s, S S !' ">'- ?. S S ;- -a HE.QC.AMSHQP1SE:: ;!:' '.

'.. cannot work out of doors, for they that tribe. He assumed the Indian for!they, could not be. particular in NEW DYEISG AND SCOURING EStJBUSB S .4inthe-5.S ; .i... *.S-< :. 'JStoofbUlock.. '" '> ,, 5.. ..5 .'. .' T 5. S 5 5, :, :.

t: blind him ; and they 'are coming fas- dress painted his face, and could ,no those days? The good minister of UDIT. PLAIN DRINKS Bass''Ate.CENTS'Dublia Stout. Cordials. 7FQ.k ." : ; ',' 55 rACKSONYILLE }1A., f.. ,

ter, and are now the off be distinguished from them A few the colony no doubt,had a' busy time Ladies'iaad: Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel. Imported SCU"AI ,. ; ,SA'LE.: ,7 ..> ; S
L eating netting Lace Curtains. -. .&C. ; s .< ; 7.w:1 .. ., S S ; 'S s5 .. SS4/ : y:-0: '
my doors and windows, and the heat years afterward be passed through that day He did'not mention any Lace ShawlS.a : AHoaseaBdLct.beaudluUylocatedintheatyof Centrapy located.aad.. first-cbs. in i aD** pPoiDt .
, carenilly cleaned and dyed. ''t. n
t and close ,air arc itrifling. I never Nashville, with, a delegation of ,In. "fee nor did. the bridegrooms think b f FORSYTH otber"ne.&brics STREET most, between S Newnan, 5 and..s-aU Marketitreeu. .: ',RI Rp.:''MCLAUGHLIN. ,, SS )S:. .The houIc Urge.-weQ. .and ("r"win,remain" .open,d!unog iU ,Sumraer" .f.', !: S S

I: anything terrible diians his to Washington. 1 I tendering All was joy and glad .
laTh" so in my life. on way ,any. REAU.ESTATE,.AGENT, ; ,.5 ,
S SS ot : ,O
e > with ; IaquIr 'Bd1tRD'
fitiednp .4era1MpUVenIeam '
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ground is him but wouldn't ness no storms ahead uneasiness
S now completely coy- recognized speakto ; no BUESING ,
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r ered, and they cause such an offensive him. The fact was,, his friends for the future no acquisitive clerk: ,to A cks..vilfrF.ds. .' 5* .ni" ...S C:OAK".la. ..:. ': S .'S,":..:|!a 'PERjjbAyJ 1"' :';" ;.riK>''PEiVEEi. '. ,1.. ...

; smdl! that but for an occasional breeze here considered he, had disgraced stand and. say: Here's the license R Resnectiullr calls the attention of the citbens and mer.S S .AUeorts of Real Estate bought amined.aad sold;.)4otcyiu. i".i-i, ;. .", .' !, .;,4 'rfv j S
SOAP he manu&cture Titles
e
BF.AUTJJ'UL ,csted Taxes paid, _
t ;tOb?05Wl off I know not what we them, And were disgusted with him. fork over that $111 Nothing ofthat chants It is the to best tie Washing, Barber In and boxes Toilet So ji to. eYC1 ttx S: Riros> ..' BT 'rnanssioi, WUCam'. < Astbr., Esq.. I S'A EL FAIRBANKS*s, : > .u;, "'r'e rr"itasqaahU'' arraograneott. .' *i jaadelwipijpcrni'.' "" *."* "*"' ..

o t do. Please excuse mutakes, While! in Nashvillt he went with his sort. : From sonic of these couples and niacin 9-This'Soap-';. *Is""put 111 contaia' .7 I New Y tkl kedner EaOo Philadelphia.*A.'tSj Oms.W.,'Bellefowe.StokeVBoyd Pa.,; T i WBU i i v .'owr: boa.rdcri.5. S'.S"."'55<,., MR5.-' 'IBt'7n1NGTOjackaunvlI1eMay3,34. 1 ':1.

asI. ecl so bad and nervous under deegation: and called on 'General the first. families'of Virginia"! are ".d' S ., rA.B".J..IA he addrused ING'ft__.7't.. .. Lewis.H. D, G.AmhI, ..ker.JJ1 ; S ,:".,'j iI.sM I" 1< S&345W4 td M I' t' ; i t' .-." '" .;.I

"us awful scourge and desolation." Jackson at.. the liennitageS. !! S f *:-;::lk 1f o.l.II; ."; 1s.f1.cI .t!.: WVS ;.. :. rJ .. ,r. (1. .."Jt.h.u I .r_JacboaYtt1c..Ja.....!...... 4g3l..5a4SS15.81. .e4. 1. S,J .,.; '''-'.'::' ...It':.r _SS2 :1 ...5-jt.

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i F1.:, I'' 4i}iE. NEW:.JSOUTH.r. .' should detect treachery at a glance like down" thtf patty nomination: and particularly success is auf .-' Every man in the.city high ;state of cultivation, but bears evidence in screanT.the jaws If of was a huge bofa alligator mom'enlrShe who waa was *' The Beec&er Commitwt.

,'I I I.;. :;' -----_. ._-, an expert, that he ..shoClil be violently 'the strong adhereifce to Ptrrman that owns one lot had better give on improvement and present care, dragging her towards the stream* A .The report of the Investigating e.m

!g;t ': ; ; a, AM*'U1lIU.**. icS. "chocked at any apparent opposition to of the majority of the colored voters, ,is third of it to (mild steamer than own aiid will;ere many years, be following 'long knlte flashed in tlitf nfoonlighl.and ttllfee was md Professor R1nd
ij,. t .l:_ \ ADAMS,CARRUTH & CO. two"and And lardl'rffter the erne at Palatka. Adjoining with and tremendous ThunderCrash During the reading of the
i ;1 .."a.1..OGG.H. J his present owners, is to be expected, causing more than a.little,alarm at the no"steattfers.. just s'w1t a yell leap, quent Interru tlon3 were caused 5 25
the back of the
the from one end three or four acres containing sprang upon
fruit-growers
and that ho should cherish animosity Capitol., 'a som applause wfcfch followed certain te

1 r: i J., S. ADAMS/EDITOR' against those who know the bright points If Stearns wishes'llenderson elected, St. John's to the other. The,people of one or,two hundred sour rant monster through, and the with forest a war, he whoop plunged that hb [sages sustaining Beecher, and
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t ,; Il ii t : TO CORRESPONDENTS_ AND OTHERS. in his history and particularly all those bo Is isptrrsdlng exactly the right policy to Jacksonville afd'te' St. Johns ''never treed i& bearing mid countless rang weapon into the heart of the beast and |of fusions laughter Moolton were drawn out b outQ

who acquainted with the terms of lt and bfrt a sudden will succeed on others. among them from the size of a :grasping t) Silver-Light ? w.hh i and Ms partftI
\ '1 ; I,...f Local Interact are mUdted from'oH part*of the are accomplish!! nothing I pip sprang I In the matter. The concluding ipsl
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,I I Sort*. Also cn.inIcatkosoniubj.ci.i general his last sale and delivery,.is only) natural. 'and decided change of policy canaa"e Any strong bulde1's at the North will to'one or two ifrehes in > A her in his arms safe to the shore. The of the reipWf *nd the
lI rmrrest, soriial U4IdlII( Hkeftnalmfio. death ami
Of
ellplcw\'drt huge reptile a lunge a suing np
: I of the take the stocK/ Let them wait these'small ones ore now being' gave the tftee
'I :;J t, CamsBaadents should make their letters as It is hardly possible that a'man' of so :the election Republicans.The oDe-bal porto o a roar and ber/eaflh the dark contra were with war

.'". *'tudas. are lICIt ihe respojfcibte(acts and circumstances for opinions ejtpretd will permit by oururiipmnliiiiHr marked: a history and such nice perceptions Acting-Governor Is1:' .somewhat until a channel I'cut through some buckled1,preparatory t king transplanted waters., Silver-Light disappeared &badly Injured i,ing handkerchiefs, bats, etc., and the

,1i.1':'.,, f .b.reWntd nor prun Rejected rtid.. Aaonynous manuscripts comributiomrlO can neither of personal honor and integrity alarmed. To punish Purman as a 'personal other route and that will/be the last of 1 s: permanent place. There. by the teeth of the :arn'mal bu the calf ot almost applause deafening.which greeted its endinzwaj

I, ,,r..:I t I not fee noticed. _' should ever be able to suppose ,that any enemy is one thing, to stand be; their chance. Yours/ is money rtf raising orange trees as wellas her leg. 'igerTaiaent a long d'tl';meeting after the report During had the chu
-- -- before he nurse"
: r ____ other man could bo actuated In his conduct fore the State and the party as a Republican ,BU1sE. raising the'fruit. Mr.Adams, of Falatka a .Raymond said that In all the ben ,
; datfghtef.-'vvho is no recovering Tat amount
..I ;f f REPUBLICAN_NOMINATIONS, ,by..other than mercenary motives. Executive exerting and straining Baker Counly. recently'sold two thousand sweet from lovely the fe.tfu attack If,te more than ,of evidence taken before Clta

;H-: ToiUtabcroCong.us..dDhuct. Such a roan, of course and as a matter all his prerogatives to defeat a Republican trees, four years old, (or $5W), and this probable that chief will reward the he claimed that there was no
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-- j I :' t i 3O3IAI.LWALLSl, of nccssity and natural compulsion, betakes candidate, presents things in a different AUG'S 31st, 1874. Isabout: the price that 'persons are willing young brave with th# band of his r iBeccher's which disproved Henry Ward

f "; ',1" : j. Fur McBiUr, of.,..._ ri&.ist District himself, like the reptile world, to aspect, and not "a pleasant one. :Editrle South:-To-day the ,SImon to,pay who don't wait two or three daughter_ _ str. T spakl recapitulated /
'. WILLIAM J. P'RMAN.n" of he is been chief Pure Democrats meet at Sandersonand to trees. These trees taken before prion eTdeoc
Familiar bearing
t crawling in the mire personal(abuse, as having a years get General News.PostmastrGencra13ewen. i octeeF i
: :; f I State Commlttee.lor and whoever Is honored by his hatred actor in three Impeachments, there need make their nominations for the Legs were growing on a piece of land less I ferring to Mr.-. in the r
aJ
Republican Central islature. I, presume.that Peter Cone-; hundred 'F.j fair, b said, Jtr. Tracii D.*
Florida. can well congratulate himself upon that belittle wonder that now in view of the than one, feel square. arrived at to Matt!

;<< t r: ;. \f II. H.GLIASOM Chairman. D. EACAM.Secrttarjr.I. fact, and dismiss him, as uncle Toby did certainty Democratic success, mainly of Nassau will be nominated for Senator -.I -_ on but left the ,ha trim. 1t'eetrJ'po'o'ILYmI'aCIs, mel

I I. .' :: Districts.Illnm District the fly, with 4 I 1ltD
Potter 13. H.S. Harmon, the President Grant and the ad
\ .. J. W. Butter. ....S. T. Day wide enough for me and thee.'' of a probable Democratic Legislature They are both goocJmen I party on standing he
-- t.1 \ j. W. J. Purm**. IS- H. Braun. vision of !-I and will command the party vote. oU : CIVIL AW ," .-The following excursion: to Newport and Martha'sVineyard .speaker and excfcifererf g3Jd in
some disagreeable possible
tone
,
Smith Dawion. .6. W. Howell the Pacific Mail steamer
I 4 on which echoed
) l' ; ,. W. H. I.DIeh. i. D. are aware, Mr. Editor, that the Simon civil appointment were made last week> through fbe building
- IT- Tannehul The Race New. should
Nothing of
Question impeachment occasionally Deerfj City Peking. Mr.Jewel spent a few "You are a liar, fir
1 6. M. L.Sioirm. it. etcr Jones of -Christopher
I ., .. 7. Rupert Charte, *9. W. H,LeCain.to. The absolute incapacity of the Democ- cross his mental vision.' The Executive Pure will call themselves Conservatives,, Rhodes, to be commissioner of deeds for .hours at the Department to-daybM has was confc&ton/ Men Y Insntlyt

!. I., ,... Samuel Robert Meachmm Walker ,i.. G.W.J.H.; Alden deason by any bona-Ddo change doctrine can take :Meachara out of the field, andif or anything else; tut.when. they comet the State Florida,in the State of Rhode not been sworn in yet, nor writ he enter to theirfeettre l'attcrmuntiagon
lo. Uernils Eafan.I. ne. J 1. Nacbee/ racy the polls they al! have on. their straitjackets i Island.< upon his new duties until Septembet }. and joi ing fty hearty' sea
6I.n' ti'
!II', it.' W. Brock. _,' ___ that is sincerely taken hold of earnestlyand done speedily insure a Republican however, performed one official act, will of**Pftt e wi
; i*. Wn. D.Sean. .... E. L.Uare.KrrVBUCAN j and go I in blind. Our Cat'gopd- Franklin c Howe, to.b, let Shme. air j'niiaglcd
with anything like general, accordof victory, but there ,is no time to lose and i superintendent un-ohn schools, was to eonsoU'with the Secretaryof 1 who loud and bis-

\ CONGKEISIONAl-S BXtCVTIV* COMMITTEE. the different branches of the party in if defeat follows, the responsibility will natured John and Col. Billings will have I W..T.Quaile. resigned.commo : State in relation to the appointment sing,in the midst ,of,.whkh, Mr.fd Usir"

UCOND DISTRICT.A various sections of the country; and the easily find proper location.In small showing if, they divide the Republican i Manatee-N. II.DeCosta, to be county of.a Commissioner to the International: day came forward, and making Wrase
,. : a matter.f convenience to those wUning to cor- the second District the vote. I understand, moreover, commissioner vice P.T.Tucker, resigned ,Postal Convention at Berne, Switzer beard above the din, pattiattj ?estotea
the of
of the
prospectfor
inability by grasping '
party
rfcspond with any member of the Republican Executive ; auctioneer land. The advisability of sending aCoinnuissi6ner order, saying: Gentlemen, let
I that Stephen Roberts is out for the ; P. T. Tucker to him sit
I
Committee of thia District we append the list if that new and living issues to adapt itself to Walls election Is good; apparentlynow 1r i Monroe-Juan ,Maria. Reyes, to be wa agreed to', and it is still ami hear the truth," but Mr. Moot.
I L committee,with pott-office addresses: the constantly changing political needs ho can only be defeatcdjy: a foolish l. Assembly on his ,own hooJ.' He.madea !auctioneer. probable that 'Mr. Joseph H. Black fun, ton still remained on' his feet glaring

I. t V I. Hon.Hon.A.!. R.A.SCOTT Kttscsrr Chairman.,Treasurer.Jacksonville.Jacksonville of a progressive people is once more nomination of a one-sided Republican big run last term, he is i Putnam-Charles E. Cook, to be justice Superintendant of Foreign Mails, will around like a wild hat at the

PInuP WALTI*. Secretary Jacksonville. demonstrated Democratic ticket. going to depend on' his usual good t of the peace. receive the appointment. The personel and saying, *.I YOllo clwc
conclusively by'the county 01tt
Hon.. E.H.C.S.Harmon lohmon.Gainesville Lake City.Hon. .., I l luck. 1 think there might be a chance ; Santa Rosa-Robert Hay,to be county of the Department will not be materially Two police officers appeared pa bebD ri
I presentation of the race question. changed by Mr. Jewell; Mr. Marsha)! Monlton} and he
: Hon E. R.Chadwlck. Palaika.I commissioner,reappointed ; L. resumed his The?
for -
t Hon. Birch Gibson.Ocala. : By its dogmatic and importunate demands Key Note from the First District. for a Republican to come out Assembly .hill, to be inspector. &c., of S.Iemp will rename his doties'as First Abfat report was adopted unanimously.

!f D.Hon.U.Dennis Papy: Eagan.St.Augustine.Madison. for twenty-five years previous to'tbe From the following resolution passedby to bring ,up the.rear, audit Colonel l lumber, reappointed.FpJusto Postmaster-General. police protected Moulton white Te.

I f Saul job A.Petty McDonald.Fernsndina.J4cUeilYilte.f rebellion for indefinite extensionof the Republicans of Jefferson. county! Billings is popular Nassau, by good -William Stone. Sr., to be Simon Willard,the weI known tJealer the building. They hurried him doww

to at a mass Convention held InMonticello management he can carry the Republican { justice of the peace vice H.G. Lunjjren, in chronometers and in .ta and away to where a carriage '&i lii
slavery, thereby intending secure !
:, of The left tho State. died Monday night, aged Trailing, int jvbk-h ,be pwhect
vote Republicanvote wa
/ Now Is the Time to Consider. the political supremacy of an oligarchy last Saturday, :it will! be, seen. that the Baker graduated from West Point in 1815, and rather helped, and.with

_ ;;; The nomination the based entirely upon the proposed and bolters candidate is not endorsed in ,,though small, should be'beld to- i LEON COUNTT. after one year's service as Third Lieutenant officer o each step the 1 plc
by Republican o
John Wallace for the Senate, anl
the intended continuance of the colored people his own county even: gether. .Yours very truly, Morebead of Ordnance resigned.A driven rapidly away. The audience
party of strongest possible ticket of John Proctor, Zach C.' F. then
::1 good men, who can probably be elected in a state of political nonentity, the Resolved by the Republican party of ,CATO. Avery, and Lucitn Fisher for the Assembly Tribune correspondent writing"r from quietly dbpcJttMISCELLANEOUS.
Democracy were presenting "the race Jefferson county in mass convention assembled I were nominated in Leon County St..'Louis on the 19th ult says: came '
I \Q represent: Dural county in-the Legislature That we repudiate Robt. Mea- Discouraging.Editor last to this city from Chicago over the Rock .

was never.more important than question" pure and simple. cham, the bolters' pretended candidate NewS :- When yon werea week.COLUMBIA COTJNTr. Island Railroad; Bureau and Peoria, .

,'r t now. The manipulations of the State When in I8C6, non-interference in the for Congress, and we pledge ourselves boy and tried to. get. people go to A house and child have ,been' burned and thence by way of'Pekin. Jacksonville ,.

: t Repuplican AdmlolflrAUon, by whatever slave States with slavery, coupled withan to the Republicans of the First Con. steamboat did have t to about a mile from Lake City. The and Alton. This route lay nearly R.EARL
meetings
I absolute prohibition ol its farther extension gressional District that Meacham will J'9U child was only 16 mocths old; through the center of the western half PRACTICAL
., motive Influenced, Jiave had so dis- not get TWENTY-FIVE votes in this treat them before they would go? That Gaskins, colored, lived in the Mr.. of]lnois. a section of country devoted

I tFtrous an effect that the political com- were adopted as fixed and unalterable whole county; and further, we the Re- was my case last Saturday (or' at least Cotton has been coming at Lake Cityin the production of corn, although PAINTER AND PAPER lANGE

:/ jJrxtan of the next Senate and House articles of the Republican publican party of Jefferson county' they wanted me to treat) and I didn'tI considerable quantities during the past it furnishes in the aggregate a derided reside fcere
Having to permanently will telad
I t arc both doubtful and legislative control creed what then was the headlong and hereby call upon Mr. Rleacham'to heed feel l somewhat responsible for a not having week. William Taylor's gin is now considerable quantity of wheat, and fat- t receive orders from a requiring work done i i
: will be in the bands of the stupid rush into secession but a subordination the will of his own county, and to come in operation, and the others arc being tens lor theChicago and Eastern mark his linc.GLINING..
I : placed down out of the field-stop. a better attended ,steamboat meeting ets a large amount of The ,Srstcorn
of the Union and the nationallife co-ope- placed running order. stoek GLAZING and KALSOMIXEfGdone
., t Democracy by any considerable Impru. ration with the Democrats To defeat his ; and thin if I had treated and they The slaughter of rattlesnakes ha only I saw alter was in the best manner.

; deuce or carelessness of Republicans. to a pro-slavery decision of "the own party and race: and in this way had gone I might have been blame partially abated. suffering greatly for want of rain; the left at & Drtw'i Furniture Wudtmat
!: revulsion P1' save bis good name both ut home and t leaves curled up. and some of the lower Ore Dva
,I Such a would not only insure race question again. Had:I.been sheriff or occupiedsome ,ALACHUA COUNTY. rv auCcoQ
the election of a Democratic United When the Confederacy, in the words abroad before it is too late; and we Immigration still flows into Florida. ones were already 'dry and .yellow. REFERENCES
other fat office have been :
hereby pledge our old regular majorityof might Without rain the yield will not generally
We hud the of installment
pleasure seeing an
States Senator od surrender the State of its eminent Vice-Prcsident! announced 1.600 Republican votes in this countyto able to treat the whole city ami had a of some twenty-five, families pass be more than on -halr a crop and I S. L BHIDGB.FIn Eaq.. and C L ROalw.1

: 1 r. lo Democratic control for years. but as to a civilized world that slavery was the Hon. W. J. Furman our regular great meeting.. I was glad that 'the through our city from Louisiana, for the douot if it is' not already to late for Jacksonville

: fidministcred in the spirit of the prevalent chosen corner- tonc upon which its eclectic Republican candidate for Congress. of didn't l'd.a South. We believe they intend to locate rains to do the most of it much'good Spring Cassimern suits tot sate at Euckvt.
Judges our courts n ,
., Democratic cry of "a white man's and seceding government was to Marion county. Come on, yon are I did not see a single fiel of uplandcorn -
drink. did me good to.see Holland along the whole nnfil I -
I' \Urty., *' could be nothing less than be based, bore certainly,"the race ques- County Ticket Suggested. I welcome in Florida, no matter w ht your ap.proached o. KEENEr
-
l productive and Grcculeaf there and 'I hope they politics religion, or color may ; there the Mississippi river that was .
; of general dissatisfaction and tion" was definitely presented. A correspondent hands in a communication not suffering from the effects of dryweather. BAT ,
]
_ will sell a leap of jewelry during the is rom enough for all who come to sn. ASRtU lLa.
r for When secession was rebuked and the suggesting a very good ticket Some of it has now entirely
danger, it would lead to the abso- work.-New Era.
I that Dr. Baldwin Dealer in Fancy and Dress
next mont hope Mill'ncry
,. t late: es '14lsion'(rom political prominence national life and unity was secured: by for nomination at the county convention.We will get the nomination..for Congress; Mr..'Henry radio, ,of Gainesville, is dried up stopped and at growing.Mr. least half. of it ha already kinds.' Keeps constantly on band the lt G s1 0 o a

i of the crushing out of the rebellion then cannot spare the,space,for all'communications dead.
colored man In the State with HATS AND TRIMMINGS.
every that Dr. Robinson will have .
a good run The Gainesville city council is endeavoring Milton B.,Hopkins, State Superintendent
; fill! its in the face of the patent.fact that every that are received, but will
attendant '
.3 i dangers. Considerable on ,soda; Warrock will get rich. to remove the Marshal for nut of Public Instrucon of Indiana Also Dress Goods; a t assortment of
,t' : excitement has been occasioned by the secessionist had, by overt treason for cheerfully publish the ticket suggested In fact I have tat 'good' word: (or taking off his hat wheI entering' the died at his residence in Kokomo, KID
d rumor of an Intention of the Republican feited both life and property under "the it is as follows: every Council Chamber, ,.poor-fellow, he in that State, on the 18th ult. His funeral GLVE t
one who was present. If owned. a is bald. which took place bri the 20th ult., Very CHEAP; slsosI1assortmcn1ct
; majority to nominate an entire colored Constitution as it was" and yet everyone For Senator-H. Bisbce Jr. .
railroad you would' have seen,me thec ST..JOHNS COUNTY. wa attended by Governor -
and all Invited For Alfred Grant and Uendrcb. WHITE GOODS.ffavejusicccivcda5nelotof .
;r ticket for the county. We are glad to was freely pardoned Assembly- should .
that Cbattahoochce cotton go Mrs. Stephen Pattctti,of St. e, utenantGveror'Sextol
I Itear the with few exceptions to the Samuel) Spearing. Augustine *
contradicted authoritatively ,
rumor very this to New York. is dead. Stnte b.dab. by quite a number of
r for such a nomination, at the resumption: of the privileges and the The ticket is a good one but we think way And still the'litte boys of ye ancient pr citizens and educators of HATS, LINENS GRL'ADINE. FRENCH

Ii Frcseetthne would lend invincible force obligations of citizenship in the harsh friend Spearing if nominated? would Who should get up these meetings; city the even, tenor the State. AND JAPANESE CHALLIES

.. i. to the .' white 'man'u party,"'would iin andlunjust discrimination of the legisla. prefer a slight change in the arrange- who should start these great enterprises;. of ye ancient resident by their antic$.- Ex-Governor A. A. Hammond of Indiana Taw l besqUalgicatrrimhice-Jpiice. ) ** 6'ja..w

tion ot nearly all the Legislatures of ment. who should be zealous and'active; who We spoke in >ur latsue of the beau : died in Dcnever, Colorado, or
the '
; ixsd'ratclr: inaugurate race ques- tiful painting about altar of the the 27th ult. His remains will be taken
should have hold of the and '
: Southern spoke, at For neckties and bows can
l' : tionw and result in an overwhelming the States against a people to Cathedral cxc cuted by Mr. Jones, ot to Indiana. a B.

,.: Ilepoblican defeat of the county ticket, whom their own acts, had opened the The Road Commissioners. the dead lock set the movement on; Jacksonville. that time it was unfinished The Commission of Engineers to report .

while.it would render exceeding difficult doors of a common citizenship, was only We have received a second communi- who should give,the loud cheer and yell but itso'excited our admiration, on an improve plan of an outlet SAMUEL B. HUBBARD,

.4, ; the election of Mr. Walls. The a renewed presentation: of "the race cation on the Road Commissioners he-ho-he? Tis the people's man; he that'we could not 1 refrain from bestow at the Mississippi, have
..j from Capt. Jamep. As both sidesof whom they have'placed in high positionhe ; ing our commendations. Since that left for Europe. and will visit, the Po, facksomjillet, Fla.,
Lest men we have, fairly selected from question. time have and inspected .
we : again 'isitet Danube and Rhine in ,order to
:' f.H the party elements, should represent After the prevalent harshness of the question have already been beard, whom theyhave honoredi' ; ,he whose and in cur simple opinion, :Mr. inspect those rivers, and to personally obtain Importer and Dealer in

_ the county. There never was'a greater Southern legislation and thereby the and a further discussion of the matter pockets they have filled; he who has fat Jones has eelips ed himself Ze xis,the such information as may be applicable

..; t teed; for sober consideration and soundjadgmenU deprivations of right which was visited would only 'result in crimination and places at the people's,expense. renowned ancient Greccian painter, is to the Mississippi HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL

..: 1. upon colored citizens made the adoptionof recrimination and the indulgence in TnANSPOBTATIOX.August said that to the( have birds painted ,grapes down s natural, Wallace McKendry a clerk in the EDGETOOLS.TABLEwd POCKET
came to eat them.
_ I' the Constitutional Amendments and further personalities in which the public 31, 1874. Jones has Adjutant-General's office, committed suicide CUTLERY.
pillars so natural
.,, ; ; The Sentinel Nothing Unless Belligerent. take little interest decline painted by shooting himself through the
: the reconstruction legislation of Congress we must that fancy you' can put hands
you your head.' He cnme to Washington duringthe Nails. Glue, Putty; Glass, Paints, Oils,
; r necessary-the, general refusal of the to publish, that or other 'communications Orange Groves.. on them, and everybody ,else is of the waras a member of a Massachusetts

:'i; \ Our readers have long been Impatient Democrats to participate: with coloredmen coming from Capt James, or others ALONG THE ST. JOUN'S RIVEH ? same opinion. How would this artt't regiment. LEATHER BEL!'ING.RUBBER PACKING.

,'ti l *:f toe space gives to newspaper contro-, in the elective franchise and Injury having difficulties with him. Both August 28, 1874. S touch Church?appear Let the in Rev.Trinity Poster over The Italian Bible,Society ba recently' STOVE TINWARE.CROCKERY. PUMPS
I. ersies, brought on by low and malignant: sides have told their and t.here'the Editor South: I have neglectedto go printed a translation of the Bible upon
Ne '
duty. as well as the Blair and Sey- ,story and inspect. As we said before, We are Lead and Iron Pipe,
:. : personal attacks"'In the Sentinel upon matter should rest. write you as I promised aid Ibis i an advocate for decorating churches and its own press and put it circulation,
mour platform of 18C8, were only pre with the Protestant of
'. ; i Republican representative men and private one of my sins of omission for which I places of worship. We have a beauti-, notice to pastors Dons,SAHELNS.110tLINC.StCARMis
sentations of"the under that this 'the
race question" Italy publication "upon
;: citizens and couched in language another form. Frm Fernandina. am willing to be forgiven. tul little church, and it would cost a shores of the Tiber and before the doorsof Evaporators,'&c.
trifle to touch it up in the right style
'j ,. to abusive that some reply seemed de-! So now, the untimely and clumsy lugging (By Telegraph'to th NBW SOUTH. Passing down the river a, few days the ReV.Pastor i is reluctant, let' I ihe"Vatican" is an event. Gas-Fitting Roejigt 74L and Ti*

uanded by self-respect. Taking advantage in of "the race question" in the FERNAXDINA, Sept. 1,1874. since, I noticed a beautiful orange of ) of the congregation visit Ex-Governor Hebert, of New York, niikinz: dose ., order. thy

I of a lull in the Sentineft abuse political arena, in' Alabama, Louisianaand The steamer. Vicksburg, seven .hun grove, and,going ashore' to view it'more the Cathedral, and if Trinity la not appropriately New has commenced York World a in capias the suit aginstbe .
decorated will
we depart HE
jn JACKSONVILLE
(f men this section we in our last other Southern States has nothing dred tons, arrived here this morning thoroughly found it was the celebrated' from Israel and ceas to be a prophet.The ; District Court for libel, laying damagesat 1 .

: innocently proposed that that lull should of novelty in it. 'It only shows, in"con- from New York with about halt freight. Hart's Grove. Much has been said of statue of' St. Augustine has $5,0 Hebert was appointed SALES AND LIVERY

., by mutual forbearance made permanent nection with the tearful regrets at the The Vicksburg Is one of the steamers the quantity and quality of oranges arrived.-SI. Augustine Pess.GADSDE''COCT.. Grnt of the Mississippi Levee_ -
and that both Commissioners, and in an article on theappointment
should unite ,
papers "Greeley movement" so frequently. seen plying regularly between Fernandinaand .raised 'there,>but no one, can have an the World said ho was STABLES

: .1 fa a common effort to aupport Republican In the Democratic press that the Democracy New York. idea of the beauty of the place withouta Quincy market are still .filled with bankrupt in fortune and character.J. ,

S principles and endeavor to repair is ashamed of the little conservatism r personal inspection. I is situated on C. Smith, a discharged employe of c B. McCLENNY, PROPRIETOR.

: the rents and divisions of the party. Our Transportation. the right bank of the St. John's river During last ,Thursday, Friday and I. the Alabama aud Chattanooga Railroad -
it has ever shown; that it "has ,
all the hands in the
Saturday living cor Notice is riven tho that have
to public I porchajol
., iuuopMs&atedeffortlarnetwlthauother, learned nothing ,and forgotten nothing; WlLUAMSBUBG, Au2 Slst, 1874; directly' opposite Palatka. I covers poration were engaged in working the made an attack on the 29th ult., on Wm. well-known HARTRIDGE STABLES.oppwiM
; jet of the clime of the Sentinel man: and I R. Carlisle, 'Treasurer, who shot and the METROPOLITAN have on hand aVERY
that it is filled now with the same spirit EdUf New South:-! perceive with some .six or eight acres and contains streets, under the instruction of the killed him in self defense. HOE

ue give him up as incotrigible and beyond that ruled it in 1860 and 1861. pleasure the several meetings and note about six hundred trees. It is enclosedby mayor, under provision of the ordinanceof LARGE STOCK O
t' 1 all hope of mitigation unless it belie the town requiring labor of'all'able- Delano, who was in Washington ,on }
the resolutions and preambles and wbereksscs whitewashed fence andeverything
a neatly
Knowing that the twelve years of Re-; bodied men upon the streets. Every. Saturday, !a gone again to Ohio. _
i .I cane of Attorney-General: Cocke. publican control have in the "outs' It I &c., in relation to steam communication about the premises bear thing passed.of quietly, and so far as The Great Southern Menagerie has HORSES I MULES FOR SALE.

: An original carpet-bagger, his ingrained has created, caused a large element(.of' ,with New York. That is very idence of taste and labor skillfully ap we -The/street sold apart' of the stock to pay freight. Those desiring t ph wi find It to their a

: hatred to every man from disappointed and disaffected men to look I good as far as it goes; but, Mr. Editor, plied. The ground under the have been put in ordinarily good condition The elephant and 'drome aries' 'went ,tage t examine t ua large and
r' 1 abroad is a conspicuous trait of MeLtn'scharacter. that will not build and nothing remains ;o bo done North from Hagerstown on foot. r.adapted also t _
elsewhere for the steamers. The wayto kept: perfectly plean, not a weed or i I receivingA
political promotion
but the
and
repairing bridges courthouse
First, a, Union man, then build steamers is to roll of is be seen in fact it A frost killing vegetables and buckwheat
4 I denied them in the dominant party, the up your spear grass t ; fence which the Mayor informsus fell-at St. Johns, N. B., on the COMPLETE OUTFIT OF
'
frightened into the Confederate service, Democracy are dropping with scorn'the al"eys and to work. When the would be difficult for them to grow will be done at an early day. Tow '

with a special affinity for the upper dog, -name of "Conservative," and going Atlantic& g Central Railroad was there &the branches are so 'interlocked scrip is scarce and we bave',heard,of 29th.Albert Brown, a negro in New York, BUGGIES, PHAETONS' AND

t i ; judiciously choosing his time, he makes back to "Jacksonian Democracy" and built, about a dozen gentlemen formed a that the sun is almost entirely excluded. for sales at 90 cents on the dollar. Good outraged a girl. aged seven years, OTHER. CARRIAGES,

a summersault that lands, him in ,the are hoping. under the lure of"a whiteman' company and bought $22,0 by private AU 'the 'leaves and debris are carefully Quincy.-Journal. named Grecnleaf. He cut her throat Of the latest styles,
Union where PUTNAM COUNTY. from ear to ear and then jumped on the
lInes by his violent attr.ckaUpoD
subscriptions and $50,000: Jacksonville raked and buried on tho It is
party, to gather. enough'of up pt. And this. It is a front of train, breaking both FOR LIVERY y. SERVICE
LZ his old neighbors:, he seeks to ef. grouty Republicans) tu.give them the city bonds which the company sold at a charming place in,a hot day 'the ity. no\v.omes' is responsible curios: his legs.Z passing

JiI l face the record of hit bitter secession victory under the assumption of an 6 to 75 cents on the dollar. Tbey wentto mercury stands among the nineties. We did not expect to bo favored wit The first sitting of the International : Which will b furnished

speeches, and claims general sympathy imaginary "race question." work and built the road and equippedit. The leaves of many-of the orange trees an alligator,excitement during the Conference, at rsel was held on AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE

1 ;&s one of the It suffering loyalists." it costing at least one and a hal mil! along the river are curling on account sence' of' the proprietor but within the Saturday. All signed the .r

_ Seasonably on ,band when, ou reconstruction Editorial Notes. lon dollars. Did those same few enterprising of continued dry weather. The soil is past thrown few into days the vortex have of suddenly that been protocol except the delegates from Great AND ON THE
interest and Turkey, who postponed .at-
,the offices are to be distributed, gentlemen stop there P No, they as'dry-as an ash'heap for,a foot or more ing theme. A surveying party just returned Brit their MOST REASONABLE'TERMS.
signatures.
'MueZtjJ4flUt1St&Uflchfdefldo( PKOGBUSS or THK CA'IPAIGN.-In the formed to- 'line of the The in from a United States in
a company put on,a from surface. trees the grove survey, Moulton threatens the public a -0
"Reed and the Constitution," and never first District, Henderson and Rainey steamers between Jacksonville and New look very thrifty, ant this 'Is owing to in the Wltlacooehee river reports 'A card. He delays it in order to wit M..G.M.BRITAIN;I my authorised Agen nT iaad

&!oce Reed'. election has drawn an unofficial have published a long Jut' 'of appointments York, elected Col. J, S. Sammis Presi. irrigation, which lSd ne by the, donkey great among the Indians. It seems recently that arose Silver -I fat simile copies of letters. The details tatt Manager,and wa.an appertain b found,a the dLNNY.Stabta .

I breath, and continues a strong for discussion of the pending dent, and'be proceeded North and when engine of a small st 'moored at Light,'the daughter of Tiger-Tail, promised are intensely odious. mea .6.
Heed. man up to tho night before Stearns and issues. The discussion the mer with A Spanish,firm ba a dispatch that De s 117 _
political personal wax camu on that .elegant steamer the wharf.-near by,.* water was strolling her sweetheart,ThunderCrash -. .
- third impeachment of Reed; when by will begin about the 1st of September Flambeau. was yearly ready to launch. from the river'through and on the margin of this romantic -Conto. editor of the' Spanish paper in COUNTY AND CITYSCRIP
Ir New York is dead from the wound received STAT
I iC/raehe agrees to desert Reed, be- and the well-known ability! of No trouble in getting, 'the second and rubber hose to nt part <'pip grove; a most lovely stream style.on a moonlight.A belt) with night silver in in a duel,with a Cuban GeneraL

!1T' comes an active Impeacher, and comes both gentlemen, will insure a strong third. All tbs was done,when the pop- There are,mhY''groves in the Stat beads was around her waist, a pair of Another cable dispatch reports De .

rfit. trong against Reed t luhls paper at presentation of the Democracy. ulation of Jacksonville did not exce'c tba are more,extensive but we doubt red slpper decorated with beautiful Conto, editor of the El Gronista, recovering. Bh it ao sold at FLORIDA the S VING B

r- ,:. dfce,City on condition at,befog elected Purmaa,the regular Republican nominee 2.0 people and the value of all the Vhere are any that are under', higha 'on herfeet, a wreath 'of ., _

t awtarytf UioBenais.an4 State printer. !,is reported to. be gaining ,ground' property of the city would not exceed state of cultivation. Near this s grove flowers shaded her' brow, and braceletswere An extra session a the Kansas Legislature C ORN AND OATS.,
around her
ho oudU.nu! nr rffaa folded wi hfI rajJdJy, although opposed by Pierce $ .O and probablywo.uld, not 'teah' b another one of ,small that, are in the moonlight.arms, with,gemsthatflashed Thunder: is cUe to rlevo'te people suffering Jut r ; '

-- I. JcW a bitter personal .attacknpon. the M&cham and Saunder$, all leading, .0,9. The building of the ron at aroJust coming'on. .re. Crash is ,* son ,of,a brave; nandsome, frm ghoppr vwril'a W L
f-ian who had sutulned him'vhen fricn'dsHcre folatzd athletic and tall, and to all It is thought that one thou S'
Pcpubliaau. This gain of theMajarjn saved the city and gave fr an Mr. Hart also has another groyd or appearanceswas
sand will be added to the Spanish
ao4 nmch Thai a favored lover of Silver Light. He troops T) F.MBRANT PICTURES W DaJ
scarce ded.
De spite thVdetermined efforts increase of and .a
10,000 about hundred ,
two '
pens probably, bearing trees atM had tnrned to a flower that army by conscription. i.. LEES GALLERY.
,jpick
: aucb: one should appreciatethe imijiorUfMNi ot jhe State Republican administration' $ in value. This the time wid
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". 8,0,0 Island, about ten op the the water-side BICS-
l t rby. mies grew near te Curtis won the scull by and a hall WOOD&
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I : political contistcney that he by the use S of all Its prerogative to putS go to and work in, .mea and rv Jal ta. !This i not In as when, suddenly" -... gave a 101d, lengths Saturday,.at Saratoga.n '. I .niCTURES LE"S Gallery.eopiedaad eoIordat.T ,


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" --- NEWS.' Agricultural and Hottit-nlthral Society, I -be Scarcity and high price of eggsat Ho .FHVal Conference. f'UL'ttfUU
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i CITY Certain resolutions, the same which present,'in the market would almost Editor&&"&&&:Allow me tU say --j- : -;.' .'.: .' .

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;;;' :. MounliG SU'fDlBU 2, 1874.F were ttdbted by tie Agricultural Societywere lead one to suppose that the hens hare .imreference- charge made by W.B. .a ;:'r-t..1 .\I-1' FURNITURE \VAREROOMStDAVIS

::: VLsDAY then presented, as they, also, ap. been_not Aiding.I. Jamison in your'list. issue, where the .; ?. j. '

Vi 'l ctinc.A jfcdr in the'hotice dl that society These
: Conscrn resolutions embodied an earnest the staie;of things to bis friend,, Etlls, -r ; .
request fa Ad RTTAil. I
u PRIcK CURRENT.
fur toot decty
of the Conservatives grapes c, & DREW.t. :;
jnerting kt"'or' mol I (. ,
gel t1 iu.
and
: that the Congressional appropriation We kufc fro fcnGefit fable; tney up a
will be held Fresh Coshea Buder3SI
the o d District of this city, made in alternative. so that $10,000 And bowji goo takes up the cry Mr. Editor, there was no private -conference ,: "i't -

at Sotall'a; halt! on Friday neXt fot the i ipurr.0J8 be expended in the improvement ,A.d lifts tfrtunu pibllc.AM between my eC.aDd1lr. ,James OJ"-!.-- -.i :_ .T:3 -. --'h. ,. ,_ {.
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delegates to the may !But an tat comes to the front, D-I- ,- '
of'elec and for the La of the St; Johns or in the improvement: Beaming with nnctiout grace; on which were based resolutions. The J"1.bD Ibrbi, < .-rr-r; *** ; PARLOR surrei. '-'OIAMBER. .:.SUITS. tj :

County Convention, of the inland channel-should be Disdaining>of any kind resolutions in question originated at .& Rio CaaiI.J"U. Ie- ,,_ ., '
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at appropriated );1L; ; :
evening
on the same H.oily.&tke1mcr. : ,
Villa precinct for the improvement of the inland ., meeting of the County Commissioners Ual-icaiho&3 a.c. I_ .-', t-acdt: '. >. '.. "Tf
House.
'JI5CJ'1 School thabnsi between the St.Johns and Horticultural and passed by a full vote.. J.Ca4ce..X. for.,-- -_- .too MOSQUITO BARS &F1XTURFS. ,
I Duval Agricultural. 'and ". : l .
TnoL S. E&w ,
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The Morgan.TLe Pcrnandinai They provoked lively and Society. Layer Raisias..SU.IoI ,., ., txnUaicaroBi.'perlb : 1

' Paine strong discussion by Messrs tlardee. agreeable and important meeting ,_ .., aoelbw .- ,. ..:._ ..
Capt. A Challenge.We .
Morgan, SPufor
steam tug Sawyer, Greenleaf, Clark, Robinson, of this Society assembled the pleasantroom .. 'lPariot
the St. Johns for Charleston. the First Nine Jackson B..B. C. Yeridcafl*.' lit "r DAVIS ,& DREvW.e
has left and others and in the Suits.
Baldwin, Adams of the Florida, Land Agency, on
raaber
this favorite little lug the Second Nine Tapioca ._- 'SC PIANOS-ORCANS-PIANOS- "
to lose do hereby challenge ;I'd .1
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rrgrel end Were laid upon the table for further Saturday the 29th, at 10,A.,). Judge : SuIts. easer Of Suits.
repeated failures we should Dnvals to play a friendly match game Sugar C *dSk Uers,per\" ;_' ''o.u"c Paris Chamber
but after in the Chair. with,the 4fa k Sails.Pmrkw .
discussion at a luture meeting.A Finley, the.Presiclent ;Having usodated myWf largest Suits BAY AND LAURA STREETS
that Northern owners would learn on the ground of the latter,Thursday, ) Tea liaise la the South I sell at nusual ChambwSvia.
think committee of the President, Seb'r'g- The attendance of officers and mem- Young lyio ,per.tb -' 7e us now prepared to jMmsoinm.t FM.EXAMINE s. .

there arc as many-tow-boats as can ircss" Baldwin and September, at S'r. MI ., .,,., low prices tor cash or by small monthly payments "
thai tary and ,Sawyerwere bers was full. Dr. ,Etefet and 'Mr. Oolong Tea pet lb. ; jy the Kullc,HaDcu & Davis'*Co..Raises I., ;

Jive here now.- appointed to confer with General Folinsbee were elected members and TORE2TTFor Imperial T_,pot ._. __ i.t.ooConPowdetTeaper : W.P. Emerson and the Southern Gem Planoi j also. .,! .: tl'

Pleasing Presentation. Gilmore as to the feasibility of effectinga affixed their names to the Constitution. the .D iI&d. A,large 6iHi2he hoBt On Bay **'_. _-,.-L ItD Mason fcHamlot and Pkmbet.Pesos&Co.Organs : .. .
OURLARGE.STOCK
Easiest terms ever given. Can and see wbat I can offer
improvement of the St. A and interest in (he street. Apply at the office W .. r- .' .- # '+x r*
permanent warm strong f"w
handsome copy of the base ball ..5tf 0&. -S. !io1ogA2o.t.pcrlb__-_- 1.00Sea ia the way of superior imtniments and low prices. ,. '. ,
A II. John's bar and report at a future meet i progress of the Society and specially in f49'1.Jba JH.OC.HLTS. _' : \t
of 1a$ Thursday, prepared by Foam,per on.. 300 : '. -
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( been ing. Good effects to a limited cxtent tie speediest possible attainment of a ICECREAM1 : "f:
D. Holland in a neat manner has Thai a&nowledge be superior to to be Flee Apples 4 caMI.OD, CARD. H< 't M ;-'
be expected from the meeting, for direct 'communication with the North to any ever 'A )
to Mr. "Win. R; Scott, as a may had in this city previoosiy is M bsobIj.md. at the Ml .* ttl v'vaf, i'': .
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presented discussed of too indication betokens di..caM t.oo 101 101 t L'.;
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the appreciation ot his fine the matters great was shown every Temperance Reading Room at L Faar rUf. 6tjtf.; : ;: !NOTICE I"
of 101 .af
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tokcii to all the interests of Jack- the and usefulness of the 3lbTomatoes,4cansfrr.--... rt4'Green [ .4 101
importance rapid growth 101 .it' .
and remarkable skill on the first T.our Eachanges. Publishers,add PtltiWH.aO. Bay SI *. tM f,:
playing loud.pp8e. sonville, and the whole State to be allowed Society. TORRENTj Corn.4; !caaa for:, C LOG 101 lOt U .'... : 10. 4
elicited J 1
Mr. Scott'* playing ''A furnished room- centrally',' located. Rent loir. Fta' ,;
base. to slumber much longer., The The Committee of conference with asimilar. lad all other ia proportion at the store of lei -: 101 '. pI1 -
Apply at this oifice. 'goods,. ., "THE AS'SON HARDY 101 .> WI _" ::.
-.- meeting Adjourned subject to the call of Committee of the.citizens' meeting ,S..li.I .". ft"
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JOHN miti :;
Duval'a UnifonSt the cbaintian.-, on the subject. of. transportation: 'THAT SODA' FOUNTAINIn .' =.r .. Latest Improved lei ....... MI* -- .t.. "
: -- --- the La FtvtriU d ar store 1 it admired by aD. .... Ml e HI .
for the Duval "Base which adopted .., ( 1" -
The new uniform In Short. made their report, was ,6iitfBUYYOURSELfrA'HOME. PAPER AND CARD CUTTERS. 101 101 .:
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Hall) Club has been received. The suit and is as follows: 1I010111tDID1101G1010. .. J

consists of white shirts with blue front, -Canova & Acbsta have sold out to Wet the Committe of the cit'iiens' -It'i. 1 nave rdnafted Ihs manufacture and sale of these lOlnoonooBODOoaoouoooooolOIlOloaDATaftDuw.eolOl I. -- i

the letter I)., blue pants with Joseph Ponce.. faceting and of the Duval Agriculturaland ViUA-sirm. dcsiraUe on St.Jobs river In is ofierol tat of sale. alacT.nes{ ,with which tty name has been so long identified lOlOle.----n--10110"I'vunvaa----"----1tl r-It. *' 1
bearing of places vicinity Jack
the sUbject One the meat I circulated for the fifteen ,
Horticultural Society on ,and to extensively past i i -
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tthitv stripes, blue and white stockings -See notice Conservative meetingtonight of steam communication with New soavde, eoHtainiflg-; ten*.-abrjdt 8 aera ready lor C ihts mNOV.'ttD ,ANt years and mil Mtukitut. if.my mimfctn tuft let lOUao WAKMtowau eaolOl -. i

thd white cap with blue stripe white in adrertising column. York Having carefullly investigated the planting.NEW For Son partTdikrs a, 'ply at the .iDj--ro 4tf<51nof I I AND ltElJUhI '. : ktrtffltr it marktdtu Juwn M mj UbtttrU4 cia' 101 II. 111.lftOUI010DltD-----.-- ---- ->-1"lOlOl010t tOl d, .

The Duvals expect follows THE to look like DeW, Abo.tJPttOLSTERINO. ir,witMifumum4f. belt with) blue edge. "A Justice of the Peace" has been subject, beg leave report as : I 101 101 101 J

HI go lo Tallahassee on the 9th inst. vindicated: We find that the probable amount of CIGARS Uy btest improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER 101 101 101 101 101 101 ler 10? ,.

I incbtriing freight per week from NewYtkwiflb Imported domestic and of their own manu&cture faU kinds done in the best mUEef. with patent moveahle cutting board two aU- ted tea 101 101 101 IW -.
II -Autumn was ushered in by a t hun : i can always be bad.a better article and at a lower price W. H. SHERMAN. pered knives and squaring board stiB hold Its position 101 101 101 101" --f101 .

lon lfitn that Rooster! der shower. Jacksonville by Railroad.........'OT than any other'place la the' city, at Cato& Go's 1A Cbr.Laara and Churdi streets'Jacksonville, Fla.JtaOrders a* the FAVOUTE PATES Coma Avoma PIt 101 101 ....101 181 ill ..., '-"'

off between 'I .. Steamer___: _:_ = sd U. J"WriJwts": ECS.'and the best machine ba the market for the low lot 101 :o
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A friendly contest cams .. __ a' i.- left with Fn/Agott, Benedict ft Co..eePith
-Scott's saw mill.kcommenced operations -St.Johns region by Steamer' 65 : 101 I'I ,
cd Morgan Tuesday .- ? .. ... Railroad___-- 10 ., K. P. Moody will receive prompt attr'tWYout price cba27ftdSark., 101 '- '-iaIW -
the tugs Mabey last Monday i Add eight now be g shipped by sailing VICHY AND R1SSE16PL ordeK are respectfully solicited. S-* swjm. Tkt Uint Jm rfftJ fl rjy Cmr Cotter is pro- 101.11' -
kftewflon: then coming from the outer vesielsofalight character which would be' Many od rising In Cfc mofnlbt toiilplajn of a headache monacal the MOST >...u. CuD Cnrn in the 4.1. i
--W. H. Avery has been suffering ..i'-.zoo'. Trunks and vaCaes Buck .;
Steamen.
allow i-d the diverted lo be or feeling stuplj; A fcUss Vichy or kkteojen at offic .
Ut bUojThe Mabcy aWbt.for the general ases of a printiag .
tvitb for the fout fromTufta" MaBiBotS fcimtaln U La farorita dirts .J"=; .r'
severely neuragil past ._
Morgan to get A good start of her and Ttal.i: ,.:0':..;;;.. : such lealaBt -- 6-lj-if Thc **U-im**, Kugfltt Ctrl C'IJw. with my "
all iea t. "
the days. btrrcoiKc I'UJGBT. '-J-''' latest Improvements is aiD preferred by many printers THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTED
then t>'A l5ed, leaving Morgan n quarter Merchandise ty R. R and Steam. tons weekly.Cott : '
: 30 M_. '
bills'was .and holds Its favoritism over other ( I
board one SOUTH
Presentation of IN THE ,
tnLDERS' CONTRACTORS .
of a mile behind at the pilot dock. by Steamer too bales ptr annum... Arm 1 J. HOLLAND, J
of the features of the ddy yesterday 'I.- r. Railroad '! Will nnd 1 Coffiftek litohtaent tf Iut bet, dressed For siaes and prices see illustrated drcuhn.

Jfo mention would hare: been made of In addition to which there Will be 20> and undressed MoUieMhgs,tiink'.'etc.,at the Depot JoWATCHMA.1ER AND direct from the factory to aaypart of the I -.L :

this hut fur the fact that the boy of theengineer presentation for payment.The 000 crates of oranges, 76,000 crates of Lumber Yard. Orders to be delivered landings cia 0r .:

Ph nix Hose Company hate and watermelons the River receive especial attention. JEWELER, Pad KKH. '. 0...
the
of the Mabey wants rooster vegetable 60,000 Orders solicited and CaA be ded by return sal Sui"S&&iIa.

that the Morgan has carried: so long. deferred their excursion to Fernandina during the season, the production of Address Locis J. BatSB.T 'Comer Pine and Bay Sta.., Address. Parlor sad OambaiSuitx

which would_be stimulated to a great ANSON HARDY, ,. Suits. ,
about JAcKSONVILLE FLORIDA
indefinitely. -
we won't say anything OUR ENTERPRISING Parfa. SUBSTANTIAL
Johnny, limited
extent in a very period Suits. t tPador
that hat now. -Dr. J. Wilson, allopathist, from I Besides the above, the probableamount frlendi Messrs.Gato 4b Co.,have seemingly spared no -to;- .,.seotca Ainadale.Uast.WAhTTED. Chaaibea. I
in introducing the handsomnt soda fountain FTTaSlTURX. Smm t
has office at Mrs. of freight, if a through line be expense Suits.
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Canada opened an in; this It b admired CYeIJaDd New Jewelry Clock Watches .
by -
Revenue CuUec or.s. established Rail road to Chattahoo- ever%et up city. J '
by several
A of
lady years'experience
the coda from U is ptonounced by all the ladies to be Diamonds Plated and .1'
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chee Columbus Eufaula, Montgomery in teaching the usual fcngljih branches. French ,
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The Key West Ditpatch of the 15lhnil. Oebus'Two Ia., Solid Gold and,Si1. and Music,vmbes a sitaotion as Teacher in a school -
in this to J
M. D's. have arrived &c., would very likely amount ; or private family. Reference given if required. ,
puWULe our statement of revenue city for their health. -They each weighover 300 tons either way per week.In METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. ver Ware, etc Address Mm H.L..Charlie Hope. We are prepared to offer our toe! at' -
ui.-ulfl Col lector Knight. it is mani- "5.3t Brunswick Co.Virg iia.. .
facts ;
oil lections by view of the above ,P. aDd remarkablylow j
taken
250 pounds. Observations at 9 A. M II. II p. M. ricct.F
1tl'Zl'F: fest that A direct line of steamers between daily,by the Signal Service U.S.Army in this city. .:;,f

l..irouil of ascertaining the nmouut -The city should repair the house this port and New York would bea ,.. iI' I: Wind. '! 'ItAu& DIAMONDS CIOUS STONES PEARLS SET AND IN IPRS- MUSIC HAS CHARMS 1 .: -.

that Kf y West contributed to this very and gate at the entrance of the cemetery.The profitable investment.In :' as 1". = : ; FINE COLD. -:0DAVIS&DREW:- .

rmlitul'l*' exhibit, we called upon the house is in a leaky condition. regard to the St. John's bar we .: ..It 0.2:1-- .ii -
of s' jIi I '
find that steamers drawing ten feet 1874 : I ;
CoJlwtor bre. and from his : :
records Deputy we find that during the fiscal -The schooner Edward Janette from water can safely pass the bar at all .seasons i! !; '. cJ. g., ;I. ,t' I ISat.,99,993 Initial Lftten; ''Afaugrams tmjFaiuy PRICE. REDUCED.THE .

year ndin? 3d June. 1874, his office Las Harbor Island is now unloading tropical I of the year. Therefore we presentthe 78735 Fresh Q.OO CcarSua. Engraving dent in I -

paid: to Collector Knight. the modest fruits at Clark's wharf. : following resolutions: .4 )0 T 9.93 9.14 J9 S2 S S Fresh Fresh 0.00 eon Ccar clear ", artistic """"" rcAUSS"' Ec
That direct steam communicationto 5 94 40
little oi 5105,145.01() at an expenseof 1st. .. 19.19 ,8,8 Dear .opo Fair
sum ;
about $l,/) leaving the sum otI8.23O.3 -Dr. Wm. Dancy. of this city, is pursuing New York is a matter of the greatest l0D.3I I 9 9.g6 al 71 Calm 0..00 Gear. AD khnft of FURNITURE. CRPIT5.MATTRESSES. .
; BEST IN THE WORLD
for collection in the balance his dental business in Palatka fora importance to the agriculturists, the 4, 9 '994 90 51 E Gea&e 000 Fair Standard time by Chronometer .. .. .WHITE PINE.W At.
fl 8& W Ge 0.16 Qdys
a )07 71 .
of the nmi CEDAR LtJtBER..eb2JACDONTri.t.E.
citizens NUT
merchants and the country -- ,
ol the State, tit a cost of $, > fur collecting week or so. rated by transitobservations. -
which is almoct equal to IK) per bordering on the St. John's river; we Tiacs. I 7 30 01 ,6 CJO E Gaile o.S. Fair ... : .'
received -New stores arc being put up on therefore recommend that active steps a )007' 71. 6 EFre.bo.x; l 71*. -
cciituni, while the amount corrected tor ud ekvadon.MARINE'INTELUGEKCE. :LIFE-TIME
Barometer IaDpcrabIrC WILL LAST A.
from Key West cost about l per cent. Bay street near the market, and .near be at once taken establish such aline. .:>. '1 ,T' ;... -
the old ferry landing.One 2d. We deem it inexpedient to guar- .Swiss muslin and white goe*of SB kinds atBacxysv
. -- ---- antee our freight to any one of the dif 4 ACEXT put TUB Ca.a AnD BOCEI.*nWATCM. -,' I
The Return Game of the stores in Robinson's eovaYOISID _
now I
ferent competing companies carrying '
I AKRIVALS AND CLEARANCES AT TIlE PORT OF IcXJIT-Cmr.. "rFOR >
ol base hull between the Lees and Gar- block has been rented to a druggist on the transportation of freight for i. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I ooo FOR SALS Of. .
I this and the St. Jobnsbut prefer, 3-5
Jen Citys will be played in TallahasseeWoducMlay bailing from Georgia.A place AUJ'f'AU..Ani. -
until we can get direct steamers to avail ich.Madison Holmes Bayles,Nassau,N.P. OR. O C ,A L A SALE. ', .
\ Sej*, 9th.: A special train poor printer's dent has lost his ourselves of competition. } CUAXAMCBS. F OF THE OUBBATKDSHONING&R j '

lu- been chartered for the occasion, eye-glasses and leather case. If the 3d. Should, however, the Fernandina Aug. S9.sch. Ella. alontgomery,Boston. AND OTBEK Tea acws of land ewtbe Kin s Road*,only two-

living this city at 8 o'clock A. M. on finder will bring them to this office they Steam Ship Company put on a line ofsteamers'which Sept. i. sch. Alice B.Gardioer.Turner New York. -, ORGANSIN miles Jaaanovilte. Thia madiaAMHRABLY '

Tuesday the fare by which will be as will be thankfully received. will extend their tripsto PLACES ON THE OCKLAWAHA RIVER t ADAPTED TO THE /
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this port we pledge ourselves to .;.: $ >: '
follows: From Jacksonville and places -The steamer Godfrey Keebler has throw our individual influence in favor WARD MEETING. -. AND.ADJACENT COUNTRY. DAILY U'S E. CULTURE OF SUGAR CANE AND-

east of Lake City, for round trip, $3,00; arrived from Fernandina and is to be of that line until direct communication. A meetins of the Conservative votos of that'pan ol ,:" '-i" FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. -

:t'Dtlenl\n and lad. $5; from Lak placed on the Marine Railway for re with. Jacksonville- be furnished. Jacksonville lying Saloon west this of Wednesday Julia street will evening be held at alFehrenbach's 8 and isbemutifiJy located for BUlLDdC LOTS. Fuse.

City: and places east of Madison, 2,50:; pairs. A.C. I.CODEDfGTOK BIDWELL, o'clock.. to appoint delegates'to the.County R. FOSTER Convection.GEG. T1IK The best musical talent of the country recommend -w.rJl..1L sad seise apply to WJD6.JI -
a
.ot'-tlcraan and lady, 4; from Madison -Politicians are busy "taking cadother's Committee, Duval A. & H.Society.I Jacksonville,Sept a,1874 ,D*.Disc Com. STEAMER OCKLA. WAHA.- these Organs. The nicest and best. More for your 'or_ by fetter,A.ww..a.,.sw.ceskuzY. I

J money,and gives better satisfaction, fhaa any other JaclumviOe. nseUaw :
confident
and all *
measure, are Capt. W. A. SHAW.
ion band and SL Johns base biU.lub A. S. BALDWIN, now made. They comprise the .

vill accompany. Ample number of can They are regular attendants at church L. WAUBOCK, ,. ,' t'WILL LEAVE JACKSONVILLE *. Latest style straw and silk hats Bucky's. ":..
&c. &c. i-- ; Ortkntra and Grands.HlustrarH .
"without regard" U. ROBIXSOX, Eureka, Conttrto,
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will be provided and refreshments wil EVE- THURSDAY MORNING I I"f ,
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Committee Citizens' Meeting.The f.' .
t,o procurable on the train. Returning,, -Stealing a razor from a prominen < SALE.BY.
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and resolution J., .
t FOR.
business office in'this city 'on the, Firs following preambles 1' < AT 8 O'CLOCK.CEO. ,
'U1 leave Tallahassee
on Wednesday Day of this week, might be called get were upon motion adopted by a I R. FOSTER Agent. Catalogues sent by mail.postpaid to.any A.J ItOSS.I. .

unanimous vole: PRINTING.i: ?: ; j .the clt1.*egbbcbcod izss.dsss, em -t. at "
.evening."A ting off a sharp thing. 'edmilkJ1rUa. Dscaiihr!..'la7l. __ address upon.spptkation to street between Pine and laee*. withia OM
Justice of the Peace. WHEREAS, Congress has appropriated .' -, block Of the St.James Hotel and 130 free front OM aT
The Union. dissatisfied with its communications $10,000 to be used either in the Improvement 'THE NEW SOUTH CARD.- B. SHONINGER & CO.. the best boarding-nouses Ia town,two t story

By request we publish the following and its own report f.'the oi the St. Johns Bar-or of the > .A SISTER FRAME BOUSES.adaptCd ,

which appeared in the Union of yesterday base ball match, tries to please its read inland channel to Fernandina. and JOB ,AND BOOK PRINTING ',FLA..March '1874. New.Havea,Conn. change or to expense.singfe or Each double having s.iso six rooma ,below wkhoib.,i n-- I j

: crs and copies from the NEW SOUTH. I WHEREAS, Immediate transportationis 'THE.SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY dudinr two kitchens ia L attached la maul house,and-
to the Agricul- '- ORRIS A. DZIALYNSKI sad fear above with.areplace
Iu your issue of Augurt 29, I noticed absolutely necessary : M font above: six dowse below I
. *a article reflecting upon the official -The man who sat ''on the whip tural and Horticultural prosperity of the ESTABLISHMENT. will- in a few days appoint a State Agent for having two la front each sad room two in back mala house.naces,Each and drire-house

. character of a certain Justice of the socket must have had an attenuated form State, and indeed to its general develop -. Florida. Ia the.meantime win conduct Its manage AUCTIONEERAND way M each side,wish piana across die tatin fcresmvextending -- t

i Peace, concerning the complant of a and to accommodate. The socket ment. Therefore round the comers twenty waft feet to the height frous- a
L with same
: easy and The proprietors are110, execute orders for ment.AH. doors also cound the entire '
That emphatically
colored woman against a white man reversed else he would hav< Eesohed, we description of of.1&IIUI thirty tat back to the double wood-
was every J
Aow, sir, I: happen tu know the circumstances unhesitatingly recommend tO;and. earnestly communication directed to eec.Can Henry A. bouse 15x30 feet.
doubled up and fallen in. ask:of the Government. that the COMMISSION MERCHANT, WELL GOOD WATER :
of the OF
i.r case and I can say without ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.Such L'Engle. Secretary of the JacksonviO* Branch wtD A !
PLAIN OR
: hesitation, that the Justice alluded -One week from to-day the Conser alternative appropriation ot $10,000 be -. sad pump withia five feet of L.brick curb and sinkattached
, to did his whole immediately expended in the improvement receive due attention.T _-_, kinds of merchandise received oa'e. .with cemented draiaa&y feet to cess pooL
duty in the case hiaunply vatives of Duval county will, meet ii I sale These houses are within forty feet ot each other lacompleta >
BUSINESS or
the CARDS lad sold auction private
between u meat
) of the inland tyisVrac been reentry
referring her to a lawyer, wh passage J H. MILLER, order throughout, having
, took the Convention in this city to elect delegate! St. Johns and Fernandina. CARDS. I' painted and repaird. The western CM: occnpies a
in '
matter hand and
; trough of 34-J-tf GenL SupC of Agencies.TTHE Every description of goods encrusted to me for sale half lot- &boat settlement to the Nominating Convention September transaction of other matters aid ag
between the After the WEDDING CARDS wfll be disposed of at lot.upon which a lawa.with orange.pacli
c which I presume was p&rties1 16th. of less interest, a record i.fwhich will : CENTRAL SALESROOMS treesand grape ,iiee,aU aader thrifty between growtt.Market Also sad
"j BILL HEADS BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE oa north side Forsyth street 4
: concerned. Said Justice is under no What became of the large placard appear in the Florida Agriculturist, .. ., '"' ., .' Liberty$wS4tcry.sid.4.bah0isS thirteen rooms.hmas
by
"" : and occupied
owner
pecuniary obligations to of the th-riR HEADS, > built ia 1870 by the present
'' ties, but uses his influence any to correct par and labelled "Victorious" which the Garden which is adopted as the official paper ol AN AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION. I, to the owner,and prompt sad accurate mams made. a private tesideuce. having and Mary half feet feet oa froateg A&ms on.

i, ; improve the.morals of the city. Citys took to the ball grounds to tack oi the Society, an adjournment ,for one POSTERS. .' -CIRCULARS.. -. HOUSE., PALMETTO BLOCT. distance Forsyth street between and rreeta fifty two two tondred a sad Ha feet with
. and water
1 J A FIUEXD TO J C.T1CE. their omnibus ? Why wasn't it un week was ordered..Editor BRIEFS.j-* i j i...". :,. Bay Street near. Latin 7-rwjm Jacksonville... oa large three cistern floors bath-room Including a pantries.small lot doMU of famharc. AO
tCk3OflDilZe.4ug.3l r lugk
187-1. JACKSONVILLE situated
is
"; being
furled P ( 3 the meBtioa property
4 ,; *. I LUMBER YARD. acc ''-das
r" : 6 a.wtI'FOR. poaad. ,
From SATURDAY.
P DEFOT
certain PUBLIC SALE .
positive facts in our pos -The steamer Georgie Capt. Denny, Sew South:Inquirer, Gen. every BEALTHY AS ANY PART OF THE CfTY

eession, we are satisfied that the moral which has been resting on the bottom W.M Smith and' Ilnsh-your-monlh,baa r ".>BLANKS. > ... 1-t OF ALL" 'i( ,KINDS.. ,' : SALE., CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS having sola good and free drcalaOoa ef S air at as all the times.met WBJ is-
: be for CASH at a"If" sws.
L *d& of our city would not Ie Inpro'ed the St. Johns at Halliday's mills, for lately made following inquiry in the WORK. WILL nan A. ,cJc5i..mmc. Foe parttcubrs apply to theowner
AND GILT .
COLORED PRINTING HOUSE A. JtOSS.I
RIVERSIDE J.
: or
promoted by a, 'vcn latiol1" of the< some time, has been raised by Capt.WUley Union "Where, oh, where are the :. ,FULL ASSORTMENT OF .. I Jacksonville. ,Fla.July 1.1174. -
details
in reference to the subject matte and towed to Brock's shipyan Hebrew children TIn ,. .' ,-.' JACKSONVILLE. FLA. DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER, I Also by same party.tocsate or rear two saaB 1 1of .
0 sad Church serese.
f.; wfered to and trust that the public! will and placed on the ways for thorongl answer, I would say they can .al- CA1'NZAi'! AND,PROMPT., Wen adapted for a fine nrivate residence mansard or MOULDINGS AND SAWED and four near 1OCIIDI8IICh.coner the Sc JaHoteL Lama .
rooqtl
with
,1 &pt the abovo dass boarding boose. Two storks PINE SHINGLES. AB the shoes used pnrpert11a very desbabte b-
article
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as a satisfactory found side of right justice ,, The
repairs. way be .on the sleeping rooac.I acre bud.4* onJIP. .: Northern vlsitccs. THwrrmt
1 explanation without requiring the Jus ; of virtue and good government, and -:- -.. w. iaaC ofsTHa cheapest piece of property worthof tt far-Aisvicinity. CHEAP FOR CASH AT
-The lamp-post on the corner Bay .' : ';' : Price, including about Si/no
floe :
of the Peace to vindicate himself.Citiiens' and Pine streets, is now receiving partial never on the narrow platform of bigotry ...: .''I. -. 1IiaIft, '10'half cash, a.aaIa' CM sad twOJDIL' THE. DEPOT LUMBER YARD. Linen aad duck suits Bucky seua. _
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from a new barbel's sigt intolerance.and oppression. -- Lumber deOvered in all oldie dry and vkmity, 1
protection ,. ., ,..\ pens -
.at addne* -
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r particulars AQorTHIRSTCLASS
Transportation Meeting. which suggests that 1sIapson &Robersoi Yours, ONE OF THEM. ",. ,p: : or' A. ..sryi.TSJacksonviH and den.-.ft at ail landings ci wr"d the river: at low rates. ;

,: The citizen1 meeting on this imPortant have opened a new shaving saloon li Jacksonville; Fla. Aug.'28, 1813. J ) *.Fh. LOUIS J. BRUSH CARDOa. : .
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; .x.nI.6.*174. after the fim November
matter began to assemble at S f. X. that If act sold br November tst,die Rtrerslde HOBS and ..
vicinity.It fist dais ,
the winter as a priests
be during "
Still Tb'Come, will kept
on Saturday the 29th inst. and afte; y aw.woai FURNISHED HOUSEFOR .
AND FEED STABLES cco, PRIVATE BO4RDcsbsbadhethsSaflyJCdA.M.JOW.
waking for more than an hour for an is a little rough on a man when Editor.New South-Will yon give to LIVF.RV.SALE r SELECT '

<- he II said to be proprietor and when the of the following OKAHUMKEE., 1. fACJrlOPUU .
a the public names ;
. expected increase ot its small!attendance, FOR HARRIS.EUSTIS AND GRIFFIN. .Murdoch HoaatForiyth strnt. betweea.Libsrrr

'J ** called to order by Judge Finley, his poesy-fraught name graces the head candidates for the Legislature, from this SALE and Washington.DAY '

cha& The members of the Duva of a paper, that he "is'nt allowed to see county, in advance of the Convention, SILVER SPRING, his BOARDERS ,
The auJU i ilgastt. ana n'g to temove to plaatatioa.wiUseU "
fl',. Agricultural and Horticultural Society. proofs;" that the "proofs 4 are bidder as there are many names talked of: .w ether aMirt oa the OcUawaha River. his residence oa Adams Street near tM J KII7W--- ..1-
; Nat JfoetM.H. ., 6 tsLeasdOSaP1, *tJ ofiee.m;
St ud Grid For
, : were generally present and; perbap i away from him.11 It looks as thougt The'Barnes are Joseph H. Durkee,*..E.
: due not paid that man. and W. G. I offered thesenato to J. c.Gmnur.t..
SOme was Lee Colby.
ten others of the citizens, but the( I respect The caa.seu1k. ; itj4. twtttf aaiaiscse:

,;;1 attendance was exceedingly light toiew Wouldn't it be funny if a Spearing the Florida 'ttnion Thursday, SteamerPKAHUMKEE,. Rubber and oU suits at Bucky's.. Mayor .J H.. C.Jtcnoa Creeky C. L.Tleming RubnmoB.& Daniel. D..G

:: of the absorbing importance oi thnwters the
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',: certain chivalrous Mawbey was a candidate; that ,is aadIfSsytli Strom. K; MARR j
to be discDlled.J icy hand upon a youngman's ;corner of Cedar q-TUVRSDAY'ao""z A. .

J The report of the Joint Committee oj r shoulder and in hollow, blood. probably why they did not appear The ea-Horse boarded' sad" well oa. -nnaMB Is Win I o'cI leave JackaoavflW. -- .GEO.: FOSTER.. AgeavFoMtyusk. SOUOTOR OF PATENTS, .1-i fTZADQUARTE&S:, WOOD BICKLTS,. _FLORIDA_ VIEWS. ; ,
esbaid. cM
the tttizens Voice "3Jawbeylyou're Union gives Democrats. ,hearing :but Strong teams for hauling|>orposesIw yt D.C. "
and of the Agricultural So curdling whisper, ., Jack1osr ,.Ju'y.a1i--.sd. 1319 Ith street.KW Vathington.

.- riety ** read received and adoptedThe doomed" .never to pay the t&I1orl not.Kepablicana! : .c ,FUu. Uy_ 3'.11740 W.BVAVERY.JacksoaviOe ,.- p.b Fifkr.D flars." ,J-passes W OOD..eseP.Siideoto'L'Isteesf A f K" UPS Photograph, .a.|ir* .

text of U dr made' necessary _. : WmTE Buu UCd. .:, .Udies'tonj ask. Btscfcy.. pay. Writ for mfetmatioa.,.T 'a .. ,..Z .C .
will be foundhiGthen3eet1ngofthcDuTa for pants .
report l a patch on your bustles at BucfcyX -" ? ',,, -\ ...-.,.: .. v
the notice ; t by friction upon a Senate chair. -Jacksonville,FlaL/Ang. 26, isn: : Bon ton hoep., < ,- aad'I '- '-.'.. ;:-> .. .;:: ... :">. ."p,.:r.! t\> .. .:1 ,,-. 'fv .t..
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!.: (.\ ."* r* *:'-"' i< vnafwwjropriate iui_ &r -.; i ts'j. "; iifji! I/!; .>./ !-t.n/ ',,\ ) rtKISCJtI.LANEOUS: I ., ." : 'Ih. 't' ;.1;;; ,- {IS J Eod. ; -
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Ir.T eR lOf5at'of-Etnploytnentl ;X. ;i' i" r : ; : .
i 'potti'tfllecoin r.theminister's ,
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I I :. ;,' It is not surprising, when the number :i horscmfjOrihiKncea' % a t.1J"l,,'. ..:D i lt, '. '!1. '!. : -'-.

: of young men out of employment servant slew ll.i\ ibnpder;' .,, : E&uN: ;; ; !
: c.- t (e. ;;, I. ..J'L; ,::. "i.1A FLORL1DASAVINGS: : ,; .'
:.' at thc))re cpj tiipc i is.considered who whereupon .di'eI.IJi.ll1SIbhe.wiipped .
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It''4 : are cUmarinx tot siliutioljswsclcfksjagents ) i .ted jendent MFie 'ch GIrN JRIu : l 5J1 ;/;;: ;ANp: "REAL: ESTATE XCHANGEI. :"H"\ -.";;. .
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ambasador. "' -V\ madec ......dl" .,. ,,,. r .J ,i aJ ,; 'j. 3 ur, _. 'i.t.. : 'jr'. .
t suborninate 'Sthgoftbe
or some position Q p. > ; .) i : : Jul ) '
....,:!" I .'1 .4. 't.t'f .' :4' ", ::1', .: ': ;[!ncorporats. u y. ,1 71', ;. ,
where a salary can' be earned, that rn tflarbt r d:the:;Iahdlofdi(K rrcste4jat '. ... .... .. .. . ,.' ".J' .. : '. IN LOVERIDGE'S BtflLDINfi; OCEAN" STREET.r;'
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I 1. there; should.be. jcpmplaint of hard *bound e' next jACjaoimitK,.>FtA..Juhr. *t< 874 ,jv
t : times.. An advertisement inserted f mrt.' .A lay oflwiofter.*. : THEV0RLD.S AARD4: :.q.' f' '11, .. Is hereby given of tae Incorporation of 1**FltrUa SaviHfi Bunk.,11 aI.ttot4 jctft -:
ermJ* : NOTICE
; .' the provisions(the laws of the State of Florida with rite principal place OfOustots lathe thy of
l !! the Chronicle for a bookkeeper received ward thejvoJcotng1O the !,hotels( < '* . ..... ",.1 r. 3 ,1 It JC lt'fi.ni"-'n'-; >'.,<,.v,, "'I .".'" ,1, 'J ., Jack..ooville. . I WBOIB3A1JI canals A'1"SATAJlK :

I hundred ottered ?his ._ ... ,-q I RECEkyED. l'I.-i ...) I'tt1'--'I" Th cmeral nature of the business shall to that of a Bank for Savings and Loans/and t1ie'pmtb.:and vale .ca.1
: : over two responses : Bullock vhim ,premises. .u. I: of Real Estate Mortgage, Bonds,Stocks Gold and SilTer Treasury Warrants&e., ,. .

) ;..:'I from.1able-Bodied: intelligent men; These indj nUie S Xert; |oo much :-for :' The capital stock(which maybe increased at any meeting of shareholders called that purpose) shall be30cco.j If. ROBINSON
F.AVO'-RITE 1 01 1I'bidl shall be paid'in commencing business and the balance in Instatimeow as
l S e pet cant upon
IP'' I who claimed to be out of employment, French hQrmrdtimiUtpjand.i : the 7. H..E'1Q'LP. _! the business of the corporation may require. WNOUSAl&KITAJLDRUGGIST
I I a 7. :- -- This corporation will go Into operation July 6th, 1874.and continue twenty Jet\"ll. .,'
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;, or folding merely temporary positions. govaumii .Ung o J te -
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The highest amount of liability to which this corporation can subject itself shall be lajo/xxv ,
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1/;: ; It is .a jlamentable. that the number prompt stsfacQpthemnister '; ,'lir.l'O: ;, The officers of,this'corpOration shall serve. without salary until otherwise" provided by a Vote of Oe stock* Hoeg",Block. 'Bay St.. .

!r :' ; of :pe..sorist10{ are 'producers of abandoned his post in nigh ifodU'dge'. ,. 1. SEETHE' FOLLOWING ., holden. . -. who oT their. > the. '
,,- ; : -f .J r; : The design of the Florida Savings Bank is to affotd to those an desirous saving money JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

: t. wealth;bears a small proportion to the A conciliatory. letter.from .President .-... .. ,I .'. ; ';/. I ,. : means of ia'ey! employing it at'a good rate Interest,to bs Invested,under the direction of well-known a'tizens. .
'a .1"I value the risk of losing it entrusting it ttoretga
I"' AT HOME in home securities .well-known ,instead or running by
I ICo1f 'hac&JP11OJCS
; ., 1 nun'itsr'wbo are consumers. Houston afterward. healed the breach, ... SEVVING MACHINE SALES .OEX873: ; ;, .r:," corporations to be sent to far off cities for investment. I. AI I.n.1

I : I .11.'is' said' t\ui-"out bf'a 'populatipn and 6rought the irate Frenchman ?; OFFICERS.-The officers of this corporatioohaU consist cIa President,a Vice President and Treasurer, and .
; be chosen annually November ,"875.and to hold office
: ;: I.: ; t'i. e it1- a Board of three or more Directors,to commencing I
: in Tennesee of '890,866 persons ten back. 'i The Table' of Sewing'Machine 7 Sale*t for 1873 shows that ourlial;year amounted to 331,444 Machines' until belt SUCCeHOfll.l'C duly chosen.. '' EARNEY/S;

: J years and over, only 367,981 were V .-; I 2 being a large Increaie over the sales of Ui PfClousear((18p. The table also show thai''I. .lit TH'I.-' ;' annually Memoes.commencing-Regular November meetings of 1-I8'5 the l corpofauon. for the election officers, and I other business,.hall be held J_ ._ ,

,r employed in business or occupation, ..DECEIVED. St. Lou'slately family' : ; BATIK HOCBS.-The regular hours .transaction business shall be from 9 o'clock' a. rt. 10 J o'clock p. m. FLUID EXTRACTBUCHU
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; d1JRSALESEXCEEIYTHOSE': ANY :COMPANY dail1,':xcept Sundays and holidays,and on Sa urdays until 7 0clock p. m. .'

\ h-aving. ,22,855 unemployed' persons hired a young: man to tend .. _. 0'1. ,. :,', ,' ,_,I '" '. ." ", DKTCSITS.;Deposits will be entered in the books of the corporation and,also i. a book to be given to the de-
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who: consume 'wealth'iti horses milk cow's &c: '&c.' His positor. This book will be evidence of his or her property. When moneys are withdrawn this book must be
f' out prodac11:5. ,
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For the perio<} named,b7tluenwnberot 113,154 Machines,or nearly'.. ;f. ; ,,'. brought to the Bank to have the payment ent re& Depositgts may take out the money themselves', or,in case : : !
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i: : To put the fact in ;another form, name It: was, Harry. He had flaxen absence or sickness,it wiU be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Deposits -
will be repaid at time when called for,when there is a'sufficient amount in the treasury uninvested.''oth
hair blue and.red cheeks and any
do all .
l 367,881 pessons the producing eyes, "- DOUBLETTHOSE OF'ANY OTHER COMPANY '
-?. erwise,at the earliest practicable period,,in the order in which they may be called for. The only knowa remedy toe
h 'lor a population of 8o9866, while redder I lips-he is generallyidescribeci{ f ._., ''-'F r' :. : *,; ., INTEREST.-Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent,(or two cents per day'on f too)will be paid '. ",'' 1BRIGHT'S
: <" all remained three months in the Bank,to be added annually I. ;
). j I 522,855 remain ,;ides; The JiWf9'I as a "plump chunk of a boy." Heave .It may be further stated that the sales of 1871 show a relatively larger increase beyond the"sales'other annually to the principal,upon of the deposits Depositor.which-ibaUlbaye more '. .

satisf ctibt'1.- He milked makers,than of'any other year.ForinstanceIB '1871 we sold 45.000 more Machines than any other com- .ACCOAVTS UKCAU.BO r'o..-Any account to which nothing shall be added and which shall have remained DISEASE
1 portion of female:workers., to: female ; great ,'bereas,In 1873,the sales were !I: > < ,.' <--, 1 -.:: '" ,
rany; for for shall beapinterest.. .
uncalled seven cease to .
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; :; idlers i is still greater. ;; of 3.tota number like anrangel.He became,a.favorite, : r' _.' lAccotnrn PAVABXB years.'TO HBIKS.-If persons jdle who own money'in'this Savings Bankthe money.will be. .. And
< a positive forSOUr
t of 18 3te's of the household and especially : IN:EXCESS.OF,OUR; HIGHEST.COMPETITOR. paid to their legal representa ves. remedy
': ; 4S4,, fen* ,J.cp yearsofage 113,254 ] v .. "4 ,'..1' ";' ..,.: ,1' 'BANK'Bootes.. -Although the officers will;;endevor; bs'*all possible mean,to prevent uds,Jet all payments ,,,;,, "\"' : '
; t' and over, iu'thc State, .on I)' 54,- the cook, whose heart melted like : to persons producing the.ba k-books shall be valid payments to discharge the corporation .
un'de'r'his' nftuen H. But '7heser are aU them ie remarkable for'the"reason'that the sales of the principal companies ln 1873 are 'CHILDREN'S EIQQItJCT5.-Par or guardians'of minor children may deposit money as trustees for the j I 'GRAVEL 'STRICTURES
-. :., 402 or one in eight-arc: employed/. dripping LESS than their sales Intfjn whereas, u has been shown our sales have LARGELY INCR EASED. The benefit of such'minors until they become of age,interest' upon which my,be ,whMnvn.annuailyor. added., to' 'DIABETES DYSPEPSIA f
and this same statement*jsapplicable one fatal Hay, cook iiiape e an awful account of sales is from sworn returns made to the owners of the Sewing Machine Patents. It will hardly be the. principal. ,
denied that the superiority of the Singer Machines U fully demonstrated all events that their popularity. .in !SPECAL ElfDOwKiii'1' 'tAli."DejJosilllll the Florida SaYings Rank alllounting to'70 during each year lOr a NERVOUSDEBIEI.
:: to every State i in! the Union, and Jn row and 1 gav.wa nng.! ACommit., tee household is unque5 onabte. .n. -"" "'" term of ten years will seawe the depositor a cash payment of$Ipoo at tie end of the term. or proportionately

: large cities it i isistill of InrtJstigatioh'j' consisting dr-the on'smaller or laller'annual deposill. 1ft tase of Inabilify to complete the tell annual payments, the depositor 'TY, DROPSY,.
more .dispropor can withdraw the amounts already paid in,upon giving three months' notice, together with the accrued interest

,'I. a tlonatc..1., f- -. ;, whole.family, after.due inquiry, found STATISTICS OF SWORN'SAW. : thereon. This plan}unlike ordinary life insurance secures the depositor against forfeiture previous payments SON-RETENTION, OR INCONTINENCE Or
and offers safe and method providing a handsome endowment for tl e future of parents children,friend,
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; The opportunities manual labor outthat Harry,wlio,had, stolen. 'cook's. ( easy URINE IRRITATION,INFLAMATION.
; or the expositor! individually. Sftcifl deposits not to be withdrawn for ten years will entitle the depositor to OR ULCERATION OF ,
,. :; abundant; the great grain-gnawing i heart, should have been named ;:Har- '. So141n1873. I l Sold in 1872. a certificate(or Jmtlt tin amount ef ttuk tftffiitt payable in ten years,in favor of any person designated.; THE.
( Companies.. LOANS. All received shall be invested in first real and personal in
od on .
deposit mortgages property
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moneys
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'. fields of.icVest1are( !1. .demand ad net, "He's a young woman, ?. .said TH StNGR-M, :,_i i 7't",1I3 I ; I M(.' ) 'h' 1119.7S8.t Increase- -- 13,686 this.Scale of at least double the,value,or in other ample collateral securities. "' -

: : ditional'laborers to develop their resource the cook, 's bbir g. :And so they sent \'bee'er & Wilson.._-_._._.._ 19,180 Jr.i ..: rj4j&& Decrease___ 54.440 RtAL'EsTAT*.-This corporation wuTact as trustees'sor the purchase and sale of, real. ,estate. or the, renting BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
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Dom.-s ., .T.rrii'i"t? 'A'T-T--' 49i554'.f' Decrease1;... _.. 9.0 .and ma &emcllt'ohstatel and property generally.- .
cooks c. "i114 '
: t still :*. Any. man wth ordinary( Harry' *\ y'j Mary' Jane JAMES; .PAINE.SAM'L. 'SPEARING, JONATHAN C. CREELEY,f
Grover Daket .Z. ii-j 86.179. S2,10i. 'Decrease'..._- 15.B31 sPI4TORRHcEALeucorrhcea ,
1 under the liberal at ihe'oid'accustdmed'rangej'hnd: t ihelousehold H- President.. Vice.President.- < Treasurer .

energy can, proviso '. "'oed_ ____. tn.llilmM'm' --" .',7OO. .. '', f 4',444 DeCrease, .." ., ...,.. 110,675., 'c Sea-side villa>sites for sale on Fort George Island.v The finest sea bathing,cool sea breezes,magnificent
c ion of the law himself with; 'I Is o uiet, once more.-2 y.K > h. -'"< f J 1 I.&l50D ill '**--* fff "
provide a ', \) | .. .I .ipjlllll, ,]1. tmmtn, .nnill.ttr-.nmllnl 31,347 -.''. .,." .. J 90OCOHowe .. Decrease__,' 5419... .. drives,over fifteen miles in extent ; grand avenues ofpalmetto.cedar oak. magnolia myrtle. &c., &c. or'White, Diseases of the Prostrate
i: hometead which will afford him, Tribune. ..__... J...._.._--_.._ No returns (Estimated) 145,000 Decrease' .' .. Call and see the photographic views-at the Florida Savings Bank and Real Estate Exchange.Oft Ocean street. ,Gland Stone in tha BUuidcr,Calculus}Gravel,or Brick

;, as the. result of his own labor, not Go Hf __ : ._' '._.... 16.431' l' .": :, -18.897' "t Decrease.. 20466 7-8-t8-tf Sute,county and city scrip bought. and sold at the 'FLORIDA SAVINGS Ocean near B.' NKr Forsyth,street.TDBAGCOGIGARS ., dust[ Deposit. S and Mucus or Milky Discharges .

: only.a!'comfortable living, but in time GENERAL DIRECTORY.. Wflcox&Gibb.uL..J.t, .,. IS'BSt', ". ., I 33,639 Decrease__. '17,758AmencanLH ; .' 5; ; :. -. '
..... ._ Decrease__ 1-
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-, 14,182 ; 18,930-1 4,748 I *
But "v
a the for
STAT& '
:; competency. passion 1KEARNEY'SEXTRACT
_. 13AI9' Decrease .
B I & Howe "M" : ,. 14,907 .;r' 988 .
:: positions of ease and for the professional OoTernor Lieutenant-M.ODTtTrjor L. OTJSARNS.. :, >'I'> .K/. temington'lortnce.m Emp/reM---r: I 9,183 .. .. 4,981, Incrcue.__._ 4,201 : : ." "

'j avocations-is'so popular that it Secretary of t'\te-8. B. MeLIX. i. _.________._ 8,963 '. 15,793 Decrease..-. ,:, ., 6,833 ., : '

,:; has become the inevitable i result of the Comftroller A. CO WO ILL.. >' .*" )avis....______. ___ 8,861 11.376 rcase2..5'5 ; BUCHU-

.. education of a'young "rnan that he Trecaurer AHorne-yGeneral-WM.'A.-C. lit FOSTER COCKE. ., Victor _._________ 7,446 f .' n.gol Decrease__ 4,555 ', Permanently cures'afl Diseases V of the

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,. ,' :, choose sonic'one' of the 1 learned pro. Comm'r Adjutant o{Control-. :t' fessions and 8uprinttul of Public In.tnJt'linn-J. C. GIBBS. t .; KIDNEYS AND' DROPS
making an to _. __ ,
attempt _
State EnjrInl-er-.K' ALBKKQElUn '.. :,, tc1 Etna,J.F/Bramesdorf.-.'i"- '/ ;oI .0262. Decrease ?. 1,181 ''t"I *' '': CAL
SAYELJJNCS
succeed, failing in this that he obtain : .
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SUPREME COUUT. ,;fI .'fJii:1i: : .AJ 'J. '1. .. '

I. I, a Clerkship' or some 'employment of Chief Jastic -;.iI. RANDALL. -- '..., OUR NEW I FAMILY MACHINE' 1.1.: :fl'';" ,. ; > AT WHOLESALE BY : -, Existing in moD.womeniand; children.

", I: that character. Associate Justices-J..D. WESTCOTT, .,.. (.,. 'a ..a. i ,>. 4 : -.. ';.. '. :.. : : :
)( U. VAN VALKENBERO./ 'i.B' ;
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.; So long as this continues the Clerk-L\1UN U. IXWTEll. KNIGHT & GO :; NO MATTER WHAT THE' AGE!
I : popu- Embodies. New'and. Essential P.'lncrples: :Simplicity Construction: Ea..e oe-Operation;Uniformity of Precise 1 ,. ,.;; 1I .p.." .
COURT.
larComplaint 'hard' times and CIRCUIT Coarse- ; ; .:
I" no Action at any. Speed; CapacityCor Range and Variety of Work, Fine or '
lit Judicial Circtilt-\V.W.VAN NESS Pen acbli. ,. .
: w6'& will exist. If a man will become d.' P. W. WHITEQa'ney. ---. LEAVING ALL RIVALS BEHIND IT.. '.-. '' ',:-:' ...".'n, ,'.. : ; 'V",7'BAYSTREET; Laura and i1 \ ?: Prof. Steel says: 'One bottle of Xearn:'. FtoidT
I
between log Extract Bucha is worth than all
LlveoaJ more other BuchvsEombned.
Wm
BRYHOX. .11tth. ,
ad. >
:.. a farmer, a blacksmith, a carpenter ..*. .B-.n-AKCUIBALDJackson- dJ1. r. .- /')", i {. ] .F,-! ,_ _ _ _ .j' ,.', I '...(1; ,'' ,' :.. ,'. + ." JJI-

; : a machinist,.or enter off t.1 Lu ; :.i: Ll r ; .'- .' ': I C.'r .
any 'I' ; "' .' Florida. i Price One Dolla Bottles
Bth'judidiiCJrciJt-Jllf.bbSsllOcaU; Jacksonville per Euule or Six for TiM
the industrial TESTiTHE'.SINGER BEFORE 'PURCHASING OTHER.* ; : :> ." Collars.i 1- '
necessary trades he will : ANY' c. i '
.
f t. t lith '! '. .T.AGBEE.1'ampa. '4.22uW31fl :'. :) .. I ( ( r .-
'. ::1 have UUle'difficulty'in' finding a tace" 7th lWl'RICK: Euterpilse. .::3.; 3. :1 _. !
.1 : DEPOT; DTJANE'STI'NEV: YORK.v .
'HU Ji- 104.
where he can. obtain.''permanent and : TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS". LIGHT.: Jt -- ,' 44 :: ..,", t 'f. !-, -
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'DUV I .
AL COU.NTY.Cour.ty -- ', .J ::"i4. :
profitable I'I.I..' : ; : "BE A Physician in attendance to answer correspondcnc
i employment. lqd ". A. McLEAN .. ':J'"l'' ] ] sACRIFICETh'] .
'. This Clerk Court-OSCAR HART.. \ H "" "" 'f aZ1/. ,: ...J.. ,. .- -.'. : and give advice gratis. .
TO1
\ of
the
.. tendency age should be Sberiff-JOSEPII1I.1)UKKEE. I f ,I .. i h>, '. .yi'I ;. C Jf '. .' I r '. .'
.. checked. The Great West, with its tate 8olicitor-T J. McDOXNELL. '. 'It, I .1'< ,. < ,. '; .:.. ,r ... r"'n .ri-sZND noUn fORTO rMPHLrn, nu53

'I undeveloped r resources.its..opportune County Treaiurer-J.BoMcitnr W.-HWAIXt.AMJsnor3. C1IA8. H.. 6UilMER8. Th.8iiger ManufaoturirigCo: :; 1/: .. ; ; .. 11'1"'"'.!' .,! ,. '. .!.' ?i "I .l :
( :lU Jvrf -lt- ,., : ; -
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tiesffof' wealth( and its. demand, for C. OREELKY.Collector = Kj. ,: :;:. > .
:
-FETEBJONES.' ? 1.
labor, needs men who will emigrate I Supctinteiident 8chls-C.F.M AVBET.Anctionf '. .,. .7''4 .' .f t .- -K.J; -i.' .n''!')';! ,ii: :- ,,1\1 .. ,. i L'--.t-ysI'....'..'!.,,} -/'. ,i irfr.' .. < .-' '!I .. THEil ''
( > ,.
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M. -
and rs-J. L. Burch J. Ilemming A. : ) i :' t
settle, and become permanentI ... .. c A. VOSBURGH Manager. '' '
Dzialynski.Notary :V. \: : \ ", ? i .. CLOTHING'! CLOTHiNG I i .CLOTHING'1.! !. .-l ,-. 'J
'c citizens; and if one hundred. and fifty i l'ubUea-1obn O.Ilamel, F. B.Knapp T. GEORGE W. FRAZIER, Agent, ,' J .. ; II". 1+'H- ,,-'- H,J '- : ; NERVOUS. AND DEBILITATED. .
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:i i of 8. Kelts O. P. Cooper Chao. M. Summers, W. O. ". 1 : ,, "' ;" "i;J'lj! > 7,' ,< "I' .f' :
tjiose. 'men ,\\'bo answered the ad. 8-i6tf JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.' .. '_ f : : ' Vi; i ? v rj' .T-- '
J flrrys, lEivin Iligkios, Wm. M< Lcdrith. Mf : : ;' r. "
:. verthement tor'3 'bookkeeper'would Cheney,Thos. II.Mazry J. W.Swum, II.Granger ; > :' It ; <;t n I ; ;'LJ".1.. '.," .H" ,:i:: 't't'I: ri': ,. 'H !,' .. I1'.I. "-""",. ; ; ; ..;'p.' BC/ril. .'idEs. '. .
J 08. IL Dnrkc. C. Codrington W. L.Coan, J.W. ::1. 7 ESTABLISHED IN 1868. 0-tl.l".I. .: .. During the nextXXX .
.. leave Washington and go to Illinois, Whltot y. tHJI": ,I ',,' ..; .. .-.4- ., j .. ,. : :1". N'O CHARGE. "OR ADVICEiAND COXSULrDn.
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Commlssianen-Mnea Price E.Fortune, \ i il & J j' ,. .nlO
County ;.
Iowa, Nebraska,) Missouri, Kansas, or II. li. HOT;,T. 8-Eellg H. Jones. : '': <:: ''rr.f- ;, .. : 1.. "', .- .
Territoriesthey would find .JuRtiot c-f the! Peace-VT. W. Sampson; V>A; : : .:-
opportu- K. PERCJVAL ,Iiir + ,' : ; I i'I'A' Y .S" ., .....;. '. '
C. Towuend. 0. Tison. James :
ties' Hummerall F. Henry A. 'r. ';" : 14 .J. B. .DTOTI', lfadnare' of Jtffcrton''Medica
or thatwould ;
mployment place M. Wilton M. P. Chuppt'll. A. 11. Philips W. L. .. ,' 1o 1. : .
'f' .1 /" .: : : ;" j'1'r College, Philadelphia author of several valuable .orh.caa .
ee.1 "' ; ;
'J
Ooan A. Bucslng, Wm. Gordon, J. F. &1110..1. '"
I bem:1n-tiIDej1'P9 of.influence 'j.; :SUCCESSOR TO ). H. CROWELL. be consulted' pa all diseases of'the Sexual ar Urinary
: and l i W. Menard. t' '. '. ." .: t'.Iwil1.oefok i 5alcniy 1 ,tcck of Clothing, Dry, Goods,.&c;, &c..at. Organs, (which he iaa- mode an especial kludy)
claracter.insteadofbeing mere Purrej or Chs.F. Bmith.Incpectors 4 ".11.1. ':: Either in female
: male or ,mo matter from what cause originating
and .' of Lumber-II.. U.Moody"R.W.Cone. ; .. ; or of bow kiag A of
suppliants beggars for the pitiful : ; ; standing. practice 30
1\1
X.1ric'.Jr. -j P '( BLOWER : enables him diseases : Cures
to treat with
FIGURES years success.
salary of some subordinate position. ConsUbui-O. II. M ys. 8.,Wiaon! J. Smith ; :; 'L : THAN EVER juaranteed- Charges reasonable. Those at a distance
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J. 11. Drown. 1'J lUf1t 'or ; : 'r"
: Washington Chronicle.1 I i.Forbes James Lane ..1l 1' .'. I can forward letter,describing) and encksing.

'' .', "'; l'Sti1' -;: "* I' In: order io close"out" stock on' hand. _'/ stamp. to pay postage. .
-. tThe CITY OF TACKSONVILLE.MiP1TER1ONE& f 'K'T. I
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d ; Fig. \ r. \\ .. 1. "-,- ,.. ; .:> -,..(. ... .T. ; JJ n... BUCKY' Send ub.e.C.w>'t*'lIlalJA./ .Price soc

Aldmrien-B.."U EB AUT E.'WDEXT.\4. J. .' '. ... :. : ,.a-i ,;, -. Gre3t'SouthBaarBaytre- Jacfcs.onville..' :.1: .
_ It understood that- the'Southern ruesKLL,w.WIKT DOUOLAB WM.M.BOST- 1' ,.a'. r. t. : 'j r.j.1 : / 'B. J DYOTT M. D.,
,
I WICK L. t FL1MINO.IACOIl"UUFF. A. J. I .- .. .. 'd.; ,J "

: Express -Company will soon' give us BENTLEYS. -'JlU 1VarelaE. I .""f1" ;,' __ I, ttr'1.'.: ,": '. ':1:;UJi' [; :!.: I.H. ,' ;.'' .1. 'Li'; ;!dJh '.' :',h) ... :\. .. : Physician:and SurzeonJ 104 Duane Sc,N.Y.

_ : : cars on All our,railroad lines ..running.north Clerk-W.) It.FORTUNE.CURISY.TreaiiurerCIIAS. -- '---. "'-< KiSir. nw SAVE."MONEY/;I ." SAVE ,.TIJIEI.TAKE. .COMFORTI. ,
and south! that will enable 1'KIDKNBKKO. -. *-. "' > i '..., .' : "
a-- !
us j""I'flt : .
f : ... : COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS
"t \N..llOr-C. B. 8UIMON8.eoUl'Ctor1'111l.1P DEALER1N' J iV i.- >- (t. : ,. ''
r 'fits'and.oilier I' ;i .4'. 1
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transport perishable WALTER ?.- ..n(( -,,' .;: : ... .. -
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products *o distance required. Clerk ot rtet-WM. AKVIN. "" I
. any % '
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,,: ;:.:' # This into the-ought planting to stimulate more our fij trees people at City. rhrlicl..nDREWiJr.} MASONIC.Solomon -a. 11"7 ',>' }BoQs.simEs, .;' LEA'THER',4ND' ; 'pQ.: .. ;. R".T'. ., 'ROYAL: R. ,R: : :'lvi.BURIAL. A7IDWOOD CASES,


; once, for trie fig is onc of our resources Ixxlve No.20-11. Bowrs, *W.M.; Cha. ., ., .' "p. '
:COFINS
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Eliot,fieo. II. Koopman Tro.l&l. Krgular meeting* .yf.tI. ( i'tl' :' : ,i".f ,
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;: : that' may be' rrianaged with 'comparatively lit find 24 We4ue : t little Onvat Lod/e No. is-K Wargate, W. If.; B. It. I ./ '. ; I : t' "' .
cost, and it is a sure, ) ': il J.J 'cr : :t .l i .Ii) 1' .I' S. ,. '
VTebcter bee. D. Jones TyliT. Regular meetings 1 '
r .
I; crop-it never fails. I lilt and Sd Mondo'lorl'llch month.Jacksonville .", ,I' ">WJLL l KEEP.CONSTANTLY ON HAND ,:rp'.j, Ii'. ,' : NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS.viPasseiigefs .; '
: Chapter No.ll.fi.A.M-J.S.Driirg,
I There is no risk forun in putting ).X; W,P.; M.Doves,Sec ; 1) Joncn.Ouard. K4'g- S. .; t. J.5 'S. .,. ....' :, ; : ."
ourjarge fig orchards for if nlar mcotlnis last Frid yof each month.- '" : : 5' t. "
t \ ,., the proposed 'ALRGE AND WELL SELECTED STOC/f1'3( f .
OanikM-ns Comma Mf ry.Ko.2-J. :.- ri". E. 'C. '.' .
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tin : express. experiment should 0.; 1).C. Dawkiop, Ueoordcr.''IU-g ular1 meetings 1st I II.' ;' .', ., N
prove /allure the :roay.sjill be and 2d TuewlaTS ot each month. ESPECIALLY'-A"DAPTED TO CITY AND COUNTRYRETAILW ; ; :
crc-p ,
made cxtrepiely profitable .by.employ-. ;8T .TE OFFICEK8. ; T,"ADE, '' ;:. ': ,inaeivCaMe, : ;; ..Cpimeotion: ". OF:ALL! SIZES_AND.QUALITIES.LADIES' .

J. Jacksonrlllr.Grand .
Grand Yuter-A KniuelU "

;' ing some of the newly invented dry Deputy.tlastrr-U. O. Wilson. Tallahascee.Pr. And by i 'attention' to-busUieu and the' wants of- the public,1 wiU codeavor to merit a Ear*, thtir. pat. )onaje. ; !!i."./.r'f( ,>,-TI-, U.riJ ,- S. .' / "f.-> :.j --i B'.. ',. l'.jul .'..">. ,.'. EMBALMING DONE AND WHEN GENTLEMEN'S REQUIRED.ROBES. .*

;ing :processes.' A Gruid War4cl1-E. Jordan, Fernandina.Jr. .- \ .. .., :. ,,rv.i.r, '. 'fM-nrfit .. .
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contemporary ,
says Grand Warden j .,Wa ate,JvkpnTill v t. '/' 'T-' .T. '.11 . /.J/.I,: ., ,, ALSO,
:The celebrated. I ),Lo.O Mo Uc U.J ; 'r', I f' < ;
Aldcn pneumaticprotces5iber : Orand TtfaVnnt kley. > f / ; GOODS SENT BY" MAIL AND EXPRESS MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED
I .. ... -.f
: : Grand HrcrrUry' -I) C. Dawkl0B J..cltlonvUl./ 4' ;> t. i s" w-i : -' -i *,' '. < '. 'Ii'v rf'! 1.r AYAN AaCHARLESTON ri '
;; very tWnga;: jtV.ih-a.Very Grand Chaplain-llev.John ?enny. To all parts of the Sute.AT SLATE MANTELS. '
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r-D. id ,JakwnvI11e.DLSTRICtDEI'UIY '(l.I.J"'N: : 'I; ,r f. ,; .': :i' '; "'1'' '1. : ', j ,: .J"f'-' '
Grand .
l, jshoriirne\evajofates. ; .i the. water.in the T'l Jopes THE OLD STAND', COR. B\Y and OCEANj STS., JACKSONVILLE.-, I.stl' ." SLATE 'HEARTHS, &c,
ORiND r ', ,..AND .
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MA8TKR8. .
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: fruit ( i: I. l' "
turning out .a fine clean .mer -. ,< ", MANUFACTURED TO ORDER
p. \ : ,
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lit I>iitrict U. O.Alderman,Marian na. J. H. NORTON. r'SHEOOKEL. :. : .nj' \ .
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'. chantable article, free from ijnsecjs;and 24 .*' BTS, Cbattuhoochee. J ',i--H' ,.Attorney al La wand Notary Putlie, .. 'it n. ) RATLROADhattanooga ;: : : : ANiOLIZI3Y"S
)
84 .4. IL B.Taylor I4r Qa k. PORT : RQY.L "
: their : is ; t .
Th 'J .
:eggs <: apparatus some- 4th u .J.8.Uripg*,Vtk onnlW I'. J :.' 1; -I1..I"" "' S .. .: ..CALVIN- OAK,
; :. what expensive, thougU :)jt may be IItb" W. II. Long.Ocala. I NORTON & KOOKER'iHuR" '-: tW") '/ I ? '1) i'., ... ., 01; ...;"f[. -.. : -.I.- ., ., ,-. ronyt&Street,between Laura aid Hogans;

l Ctb f Z. 11. Mason Orange Bnrieg.7th' : For' :. Atlanta .' Mem hi Nashville, Laui is ille Cil1 in- twjo-io'. .Jacksonyille.Florida.
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:simplified, .nd its' cpst educed Wry Frank Branch Tlm a.' '5 ? 'DIALERS IK "Angusta ,, ?, .'t I. ,. ,

". .materially; The principal l .part of' it STATE OFFICES OF GRAND CHAPTER;K.A.It. B"i 'L .. ... 'I. nati; St': 'Louis,i Chicago. ,(and,:'all.-points; i. .North.,." .'South' I' ;".East.' '. 'and; ', West,: !: '7Lw7M '
ESTATE1k.Lli. : ; :
-V. Bowes,Jacksonville, : I: I. I. ET.A'Llc ,
consists of1;\ .vertical, chamljer'.fiftcetj Grand Hlyb frlt 1.L fi M
: .
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Grand'tligh Itiert .-J.(:. Drlggi Jackson- .'} i'J : ; ': .
.. to feetliihand.thre five! Depnty '. .,' ::.: ; I P :'i : ) ,, .: : 2 I '
twenty to "111t'. >> ; :! 4 : "" I '

.. {eeL..sp are, containing1' 'a. ejies, .of Grand King-B.O. Alderman. Marknnm. '' "*-'* .)); .:. i i/.d}'*, i r. O j tALL KINDS. f : ;! .. .RAIN.. LEAVES.pAILY! AT 9.30 A. M. : '- B 'U R. TA L CA'SrE.S,
.I"'f y ; f
Grand bcnbe-D. C Wilson THIabasjee.Grat'd .1
: :'1 'framesone.. above. '-an ojjher;t. ,four, and 'a Treasurer-W. A. Young, JacksonTille. ; GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, representing!{ the. following comFRANKLIN -, j"4 \::\_ :,'I( ..,-S ,, : ..'! \ ., :. WOOD: cOFFiN?

r half inche' apartcovered with Wire ODD FELLOWS,, ; ., II.> : .J, 'panteS : ,. './1.,1.: .. i PASSENGERS HOLDING TICKETS BY OTHER.LINES .CAN GET ,THEM -

', netting -arid aU'jpbved upward together Florida: K.Lodge&,' Ko.IKgular 1-Wm.:\msetUiesltvcry U. Cook.: N.O.Tuesday; 8. M.Tuckttr ;'OF PHILADELPHIA_ 'With combined assets clover :,, ", ,!,'EXCNQED {thereby.ayoidiug.de1ayJn SavarjnabAX; -- .

4' endless chan The 'heat lIiJbL .. <, -KB I .
by : CONTINENTAU.OF..NEW., ( ; ; .'

- jug 'apparatus Is, 'pl ced .under ,this] Dural DlvUlon TEMPEUASCE o.1-Uenry.BOCIETIE8.Kane,.N.*.i'.,:;Oeo I : : :MANHATTAN, OF NEW YQRK, |} 7 000' 000"; r. : : 'BRJ: :'N'S' TI'CKETI OFFICE, "

_ chamber} Jfrom wbiph currentsbf air W.l'ruier. B 8< HeKular>mM>ttnci "rty 'yiiurtry fptNN' 'OF PHILADELPHIA.. .: ,. ... .. t (" -
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I dsy might at Good Ttlmr1u'l tall.J1OPg' D1QJOU : \ "l' ET'skviwA'H: ; ....: -. AND

I J heated'to any required'tempetature1 Jr.etsonvtllaLodgeM0004Tempitri'N9- -:, 11', AND ..I"r.-Io1.1".I: BULL. .. .. ., GA.j. .. .. I' ," '
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., Ward 'W'CO''; ti..&J1kd1.thg W. 1%. S. j Meet e. LOANING MONEY70N-. REAL; ESTATE CONVEYANCING A : '\ ;" IL. (f I "" '. ,1" .. r C AKETS.'R '.
I pass up through and around the frames. ( Wednesday evening in Iloec's 1Iall.(*d floor). : i t .. ,..' ... .
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SPECIALTY. ,. HiJ .h (""1 ':" \0(" ; : S.' .---T'-1 : : :t J _.' .1 '. ss; .FRONT' 'maLT'
: JIARBL BLOCIC.i4l .
"On each franYe Is spread tay twenty Ko cue Ix>dge N f,1.<> O.T-(East ackonlly) 'N( ,!r .1 : ; .' ; ..
-B. II. WpbMiMv W+0 T.;C. l1JonH w. II.8. below'a I (ew''of'tbe choice for sale S t.. STRICTLY1'BLI&BLE1INFPRMATION'tFURNISHEt* 'I iOP'tJSTOLD STAND :
We places by U$ '
give :
of fruit. many of
pounds The lowest frame is Meet"T> evening at Grove Ua X'o r the shell I ,
> '... ," S I .Ba,!: srn-.JadclO11Yil1e., Fla.
i toad Wldi" 'No. Plantation ''J. j .5. 'Ii': j ." t'. I'
"placed'fn: .the. .b.awberJdlree over, I No. 7'3: Two-story'house on Ashley street near St; 10$. Dunlawton : cn Halifax river; .J i. .
$; the heat at thVbottom orthe shattj Chie.Znrlnter-Ilme.RE PEPAETMKST1.IL Uoy.BUam ;: James Hotel pleasantly situated,4n one*f the,,best seven miles I north of .Mosquito inlet,at Port Orange; '""./ ..' -.. ..- :.11l'1 i! -v ; : ,DAII Y 1 CAPERSt.tl, ,., ., .. '". .. .,.. : : Iy. .1 IVASGATE.'FOR .
neighborhood*in UK city Chouse is new;with ilx rooms, zlooaeres, ,150 acres rich hammock lying one mile '

where it remains' for six.jninutps., It AN1I\.ant-JOIMpb'arayot.Fire Engine Mechanic's-.Thos.J.Jlott,Fore. plenty at:closets.and gpodservant's:!'; lot sz from river i 50 acres high,shell land, immediately on From the following''cities-fan filoVverj day, FREE TO EVERYBODY Boston)
so$ meet good fence,-good,side walk, and tbe.ftrect the river bank. having front of about one fourth mile, '.
V is ihca-jnoved up four and .a. .half man. c shelled? grapes in bearing i ifc $fine lot of youruj fringe with large. two-story frame house 18 rooms,needy ; ; ''New'YbrkrPhiladelphiaVBaltrinor; ; San-Frandsco, Chicago, ? ,ST. AT7GUSTINE.-

inches, and fresh frame .Etna Htasm Fir. EDtD-Wl1I1.1m'Dara.Foreman. trees j-Dowers.and shade trees growing thriftily r good finished; house commands view of the river and ocean '.5 '. : ..' .rIStol'Lows CIninuatIndmanythrs. ,
: a is put on Alert.Ho No. 1 -C.C.Vand<,
well with pump on back porch which is covered. with. and Is surrounded with large bearing,orange trees,
; JsSa Uk At intervals of tB hose No.2-A. Jt Uusnlv Foreman.- Will be sold cheap. some to.ioo.in number 'good well,and a cistern THE SCHOONER
regular flowering vines. 75 '
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Aweiieus. Uookicnd' ladder Co.- A. in yard rQuick Tint vsJSu Connections: via'tnc Port Royal Railroad. >-:

- six. minute's the whole serleToTffamcs, ilNxi: :: '"" ,:. '"':. Is a N.B fine"opening To ci pitaliallA'4etirilllL Springfield a few bit =rthatholda 1,300; canal gallons from, sugar-house; thoroughly running ditched to the .1' "- -'" ': -- ,. ,: ,.. : : .

are moved upward four and a bU .dlmtt of rLi.' will just now. For particulars enquire. rIerfor transportation of crop; Immense quantities oC! ...,.. . ; IMagndKaSu'Augustine
-Fret'4l au.I'fttTlng's.Banlu am go great way wild orange trees on the place; the soil is similar to the -. .. ., ,. -" "'I' :. ..11i" I' .jIL ; '. '
t inehes and streets,J. W.SwaliBpMhier. .. of Norton& Kooker: ,comer Ocean and Bay street**
a fresh frame ja i purfie Forsyth best lands of CUM, to which it is equal -
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sugar fully
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1).O Bmkint Uou ,lB y aueet1'_ ,4tMmsoiREtn1tac mm S.UI. -S.l *tone uTabundant.: is really one of the ,_ ,, .
neath them until all cIf. ** ** ** .0. _" a
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are in, Itxey&i1ter.. J JQO andkltchen'double; Ibsy window oft the choicest place In )". 'fr.J1ace known as Inchwesa.Jar2e i ''betwedJac
T- fontairting,'say twenty-cine bushels on.fruitfc r E.W. Dnwy,'BaskingIIooe.Bsy street,tofncrof r double parlors,double piazta'on the south, fbrethewar. ; :: ":-J ;" \ ....l : : : .
Ocean. commanding one ",the.fillett lirjackstmvttle; : &toIIJttS.
Attbis .time_the shaft bcink nPT windows ailed with four lights/4 Julia Oeo MoOinh.y. .. with cords aad welehtt PVUey and reachiBg to the orange trees and flowers,ip Florid T You can a : .
JOB get '
full."one.frame is Gland KathnsI, Bay street tear '. "* '
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off the toj finished : .; T', .. ,.' f j MJ > .'' \ i .
J'toprifcorf. ; < '., : I floor with blinds: all casings are With mouldIng a beautiful Jot 7Oxrs6.Jiet iii Springfield, high and il. : K \.1'j .. apply tp WIttoN. &
# and one,3s,put in at the bottom every MetropoliUn. Srvnan *tr ct,' near B.. J. B.. i and tilled and vanished making a beautiful finish; )healthfulrand within ten minutes walk ot the post-office 'i'i i W1OLESALEtNDRETAILIDEALp.3. .. : :? 1 .
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'- .fix minutes .'.Proprietor.Owiin ceilings nigh'; walls nard-nnbhed.Open stain, double, on which to wake it for 's.. for, particular. enquireofNwttw&KoolterV .i Jr : < ,
evaporating twentyombushels .. lions-;Ocean street,' arJJa1f'lln.; O L3untoa. i glass front doors,mortice lock on every door in house '- '. ) .'J : "f Otto JAMES COSS;
"" : tj' ,', ChIatloaet. of bathroom ; .. B OrvrrvGQ.:i:: : lli 'S' : S.Augtsde.
.- of fruit ready, for "Pt :king Fro' ;I"tl I' "J -roomplenty N. > :MuiJb. 5 ,
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60 cleared ham-
,Florida JIom ,corner Fenyth and Cedar.UtttlW. t hip roof,with, cupola from which a charming iii}; tract 6588 acres S acres '" -, 1!' .
every six hoars-'// il4 Rg il". B.Stockwdl.JUoscer. view is to be bad , .
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.' country t three loss,rnakinc j171: feet! good well: JatboDviJe'.J'JIia"one : i
I yjoung shade trees started; half a mile from post-olfic. to iba vicinity',Jacksonville."Will,be divided 'J.f : L'EATI1ER& FINDINGS: ; ,
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A PIG -w FOREIGN AFFAIRS.- FEDEIUL FncE' -. Forsale at a &"M ',' r : desired. ; : I "' *'* c '-! ',1 -iiI .. .* >.f'. *.__,____" '?* *" Ji ;' :: .y">7/ Do1JLESOF.FRACTICFa4L :

f Collector of Customs- J.'U.8OOT1'.': No 96.X large story bouse with ten Urge '.- No. 146. Six; acres on Arlington river,adjoining the .. j- .
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}Pebrnary.-i tjtt funny) aflfair bap Deputy OolUwtor-C. V..BLKW. ,. rooms; thoroughly kilt;and finished In first-rate style Florida Home containing the.old vineyard.-. pr sale ;complete: :assoitmenijOr Ne 1 York janclGoodsalways.'onjhandw. : Fiaaeiiiafine( i BLtUWrs CODEM "
: '- Inspector ufOuitom- IIIOfllNS. of ,covered .' ". t : b3k
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- iJene which vreil-nigh caused a tupture 1'oMmuitcT. JC CHKNEY / !,; .)< / '... with twelve feet ceilings; one acre ground atabarga'n.No"' -" ., The FioaroiAJi.. .*al..Ta1lha-,
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ihetriendly relattprjj 'exfttlng Oollroior of latema Kvenu_A. A.}'.. with five minutes fruit trees walk and of flowers the raUroad j'pleasantly depot.located Vtict;JIOpoo wit&in 147." f MrrROpbLrTAJi'HoTii,,-ThU hotel Iscentrally ; ; >. .. J j,;.I"..' .' .., : printed a small edirioa of WK' Rules w*FraCK*;*"

1tt'ft\"or-Hoa..J''W.OILBED.T.U. .. f.,$00 down',balance ori long time if desired.No located,built of the best French brick and b Sole: : : for Samu 1DunbarMisses".and & .Cpfe by the Suyrem* Coeds&oeeedureandth(ogether '" full Jto*
in1 Jacksonville lh Coda of
Jictwcen France and Texas. One qf .,Uuer-.flIOl.. kJUB.R.A.Y., ; a first-class house. W every 'respect,"Fc* prices'and agents ; :: $ repeating' force ,iaJt i iiphIform. 1**
-' ;'.' t.r 99. 400"acres'I la Orange.county| one mfla from tennis & Kooker. Code (acrol86r) now in ; .
th,pig. of Mr .Bullock.a well "V'E inioulT cotnir. apply. Norton Chi1dre % Fine :Shoes ; ;. / '.
: known. '. 4 Melonviilcv Price, 13 per acre. l' ; C'. '.:1 ..i "th,1 ;?;K ; 4- (If.J' I. : .'". .j \

Austin landlord; found his way 'in o At.Orllfr-J.'.fI I B.U.'i DUETT.lmlt;. 4'%.eue1..4elt1**ut 'If .. i. ,Call on'of write to ut;and siite'your'-want*: i ... :st ft ot.-l\Jf I'kf1. 1 .x Goo'ds'senit1' !b; mail l or 'express1 1& 11partsoftheState.: 'p,; :; l rn..mmpatbt wi1J C'JproessiorI. Cash tho
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the stable of M. De Saligny, the Il"nhal-B.COXAN .. : :* rttf- .; Ai: i{ Xttuj1, ,lM'f *.i.-tt& ldioW Vrt 6fj i D
Mfrk-J. K.TOWSSESD. .' ','r I.r-: ,, OFFICE COIL OCEAN AND BAY 5TS..JAC.SQ "VJLLE,FtA. ; P A ditss.tJ ,t i3 tt } J-o.I tt'5.192w t "Ta"
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