The new South
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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00015
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:, TFLENE\Y, SRqf'H.rrr.JSHED they approach the lemon with Axillary adds that thisbush, ,foundjrecently.jn :sqft cloth, a large bandage overall so ', MSCELLANEOUS,1! ,:: ::.. ,.' aoaaiuAtnpaOVWOMa..r." RAILROAD! AND &llS L ..*,.

flowers, bat. that; they differ from1"jt the'marshy' ;woods. of Mangl-Mangi, i, bat. 1e? could not see.down.her nose, ':
EYERWEDo.'ESDAV AND in .having iw'inged petiole, and: to the/sea 'is i 'i.i .tt" USE' : Esuaiaw Bueky.i 1I"jstats. :,
SA1'CRDAY. by 1ea.t : .pearly nknpwn to iTtiere'was.. no. possibility:of' deceiyjtog ,M ; ,' .- IMPORTANT TO EVERYBODY.
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'- : the /ruit, which has the form and tKe Tnliabitants, and That i it pomes in me. X/tten/ ,offered her several arti- ,. ,' ,1.: .:> .: i- ". ."* -. ; TIf ,!-. .
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.. mail subscribers;'3-110 per annum. color of the.-.orange. Th,fifrurJ -' je"sea-water which" covers the earth ties, :some. behind'her bacfc.. '\VItKbuttbnchTng : yoo'wUas>f BtttacimicUJi, B wef,, QgantWln J MOBILE RAILROAD CO. -,

i1.t-or"more copi"Y. >, .<*; anti an extra copy ponicaM perhaps the. same I as the aurantium in the high'marshes' ; It Is easy'to'see' Ihenf she told and flescribecl WMELLOXYILLE.ORANGE.COUNTT, | -.-- --'--"* -
Liquor*; L< *
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to eft/T club nC tell rfced at ODe tilDe. jnadurense to.1tbe i '. .J.., ,., .go- :.J.L. ( > Oa and after SUNDAY MAY .11 ttain
teat : .
.iII be mail iWribert.. t* per annU1ll. Ten pumilum .or the its( relationship Kmonellus an- i them correctly without making one ; i I .. : .-,. ,! J, B.TOCNI.f wiU run a*follows: 1. ;. \.
,'unY lemon sussu, and the 'lemon colic gutosus and with the biKacas taurinus.vo. mistake.In -si' 11!J I I. lint;Proprietor. ,
; ,.. ***; Twenty copc *'*>; Fifty copADI'ERTISIA'G the morning' teegtedthebandages'asbefore ... .
copieI calls : _. .. .. .. ,- PASSENGER TRAINS WEST (DAILY) 'FOR*
1d1-40caclt. ___ which'Rvmphius species tumintimfructu in.Acramenf }' handed.hera '- .. ...' -
SAVANNAH AND.TALL&L4.SSE.LmiieaJac1twevuie:4ap K.
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RATES dufee ominum, minima fortiti ._ j.
Japbnicum fofi'ik tcrnatis, frocta paper ; she tore off corner and;said RIDDELL 4C '
5i.WEILY.ft oo per Inch or.k$ ,first Insertion; tenul nil amuro. It has''also' some resemblance i puePa 1lutlnOflae.. Tillotson &;Sons was on itj,;.Several __ If yoo'wkh: to tais rftrntion m ..good gaate of Ilaidwi'4:" m sad S.aopa-, ;J. '

; etd1 "bleqUftlt insenion. SO centi.cL.tt.T. with the .citrus Margarita .dn Japon a feuUlestemees. articles bu she :'H I& FERNANDINA. FLA.3SJ2*! : JUajtds;go 'B..TOGNFS Safeon Bay street.c -. I. LakeCity ine iif.in .
"'.'* pet inch w'***. rat l-uoa: each welC placed.to. er. ;., I' : ; Arrive ai UT J. Is.aa4 33G
; tuhK-iuent'l Insertion.75 ccrniiXke of Soureiro : We' should be obligedto The citrnsirifo1ia.was"th; first, to told what they were correctly, ;as bc- 9 ;1" c i H-. > :'I' .!'jr.f > J, .,. .j: <; LeaM,4iaon. _. 6l3S. .. .. .
; SAMUEL T. RIDDELL -' MootIccIL1........ ___.t: "
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1 :.to centi per line. it in ; &; ; r"r; ; .. ,
examine nature, .before. we take a pla.ce among the agrumcs. Linnxus fore Iiam! fulyof| tbe.opioipaitfss ': : ..:) ., T.II."_ __ JIO:3I
, TERMS: CASH lv A r AICCIt.Ac1Jret5 could seize all of its of tfRrb r '.i! :hl : ': : 'f}. '. "' : Quincy_____-- 1130 y*.
points it .
ADAMS,CARRUTH & COt connex regarded as a species of citrus, Jessie can distinguish bjjectscoiTectIywithout c: InrporteerBass. "AWeairaBght. 'Call .for, -atJTOGN1S. B ;AnIvstrK.n..hoocbe. "---"-._: s:110 ; .

lacksoovllle. Florida. ion. aqd has ranged it In his Systema the aid of her .eyes, .notwithstanding T-M*ijnl6ccnt drive bf eighteen miles on**Inert .t. .at" rhe MetropoBiaalKinanf Saloon r LVto
Uantkbea,h.i.. ..' : .- ..', PASSENGER TRAINS EAST (DA *
= UO. IX. Plantarum under the name of citrus all others to the contrary! ,1. i ; : ., '.:, 3.4-3Iu' .. TALLAHASSEE) FOR SAVANNAH

TREATISE; : ON THE CITRUS. Acrumen Indicum Madurens cause pnmilo foliis Icrnates. Three ,authors 'des H.. D .CbssiTTMlPROFESSIONAL '. ).- .*y Refreshing sea breeze*. "t. ',,: ,. .' ,. AND JACKSONVILLE. .

et ongulatn frncta minima,cortice letiuissimo, cribe it first of it CLARK Leave. -__.____'. 6.a_
; Koempfer speaks DURINGTHEi siii OHr : f __, III ,
knowing articles on the Citrus are copied from medulla acida. ,OPEN. J' i'J I ; u '
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"SouTHLAJOD.ofNew then Thunberg, and lately Soureiro. .CARDS; .1I t .' '.1 .. I :4 1..11.-." .JP
OvlllGMIt: JOl'ItNAL Madure a"tice I{ i" r ... 1I1ce ,
Arumeorangcdc angulense. 'fOR.v J -s.4
, O which journal they wen translated from it bush whose "' jfu .
Orte"v Kcempfer paints as a. : (, Madfa '
'1 the French of GIOUGK Gambia. We commend The of Madure-is an extraordinary ;. : 'ABOARD: 'r "' "- 'f'l'1'1'f.: '11 ", .1 .. 1 ,1 "> .
agrume F COLCORD lneo-J.
branches the leaves fi I 1onald9aG
valuable and are tortuous tarn- .. .
specially adapted H '
J JOC"- L intrinsically shrub, which seems to belong I Per day; \ i- .' -. .. 'r.s Ii UDa., \ .,! Lak.0ry... .5:"*.and IIJS"
in a.bCf'll necdLCflAI'TER1U ished, the flower like that of the med 'dSoccewor Pdwectt&oms! to M Wtdwta9:11Oa. rosrnArrive '
' to !the citrus and the biliac s. It p;? lar formed 'of five to Hide and. Skin bou'i-cef. Satu6 Jti.co I COMMISSIONriMERCHANTA ; at JIICboaYUJe-I a a and .4:15'' .
axillary-solitary, '**' >ctory,arrai emmn made with tUniUa.
.. ,
\\ AKTICLK IV. haps forms one of :the links which attach oval petals,. terminated jby a sort of ]. H. CROWELL." "f -.- -- > ''r' 1 -' : .. j > .c.L.MAIMS I.1 "": '.''.., .2t' .; ,; TRAIN TO ST.VnJt.. t. -4 .

ACRUMES-:\. V.AI these'two to each other Fine Drery accommodations . ; ""
genera "
linear claw and enclosing twenty or .(Tuesdays.Tbundays'ind San-day
omen Ambonknm. caulc frncticoso,folio pr still more probable, it is an hybridof twenty-five, stamens, with loose filaments Ccraer.Bay'and. street!, Open after June itt under above terms.>< 6-6 tm I 1 .ROCER.I, &. ., PROVISION. '.' ; ,.GRAfli. ... :i: .' Leave T.n.".... -.. to:*' a a '

,,. ,. lineari fl >re axiliari. these two. Its is only two feet : '' HAY, SEGARS tue. .orriytatSI.1IarUIf: '
pet 1 "
top surrounding a short and globu. Highest ash pricee paid for Hides, Skins. Furs, 'I .1 ,
A mme d' Anibuiiue. WU & .- i- HOTEL Lea*"*St.stark*___-.--- __ 11:35pm" .
high ; its branches, thornless, are. Ions pistil, which changes Into a, fruit '1': : 7-i8wrj.. METROPOLITAN, I. Sole Agents for Florida for ,- ,.- ..,," ", i.Arrhr at TalUhaiwa.ROBERT. -, a:80. .
lemon SUSnt varieties .
The presents many ,
little in the form angular, compressed and rayed ; the like an orange, but containing in C. HOBIK3OK, J.W.WJCmrTT',:' ,: .< .: wfll's Chemical Paint,and ._ .-. WALKER .
which a leaf solitary and simple; is of the I lobes of disa Att'y at Law and U.S.Comrn'r*' -. ,Notary? ic.C. 'JACKSONVILLE. ,,FLORIDA, .1( 'i RecelverandGeaLSupt4. .
and size of the fruit and which 'seemto length of an inch ; its fruit is spherical seven a glutinous pulp a L. .ROBINSON & CO., f .. .. .. :'W rt.j.. >; !White's Money nnr H. L, MACBE Ain't. ''1
has made
the citron. But greeable'taste. Thuaburg a Will remain open during the Sommef for the accommodation "'A&atfol' ''' ?" -T .1 ,M'' .
[belong to they ; ;Uv > 1
little flattened above '
a always I description which accords R.AtESTATE Bucky tells bots d clMapeM. '
differ in the flowers, which are axil- of the public and citizens aflr. ';lilSTaA.n'1JZZlEBA.;' '.,.: ii.1
: travelling :
green, and the size of a bullet ; it is fAgmcy .gen -
that of Kosmpfer ; but he i is silentas The Manhattan'Ok' Insurance clNew '."' ,r. "
ar>, and come out at 'the side of the covered with a thin rind which resembles the number and of York. Company, {..UI ; t' ; .i. ':OLUsIA: '.: ': G., & W 1.T. CO.'SrRAILROADZ
thorn, often solitary, sometimes two a pellicle; this feature is in disposition Assets I9P'9A62.2 Undivided snrplik$ft,666fo26.g .j i ric.es. Greiatiy. 'Reduc d. :1! ',' : A'WO .L. I' A.,
the stamens.. He nevertheless .
seems/ .. .. -
t.iree in number, but never borne -18--1'-21 ':JJ. "I I ,' ; ,, 'nox
or with other species "
common many to / 'supposed that they were the ;, ; .. Van Brunt&Bro's. Line Safflmg Packets- '
common peduncle. The fruit : 'i. RATE a. DAY.;$a.3o ,. : ., ; FERNANDINA TO CEDAR EYS.
npoa: a l and principally with the limo ellu.t N BETTES; ; '. .
number ; '. ..
forms of same.in as ,in thecl/ni trifo- J .t' : I. I.. ;: : J. : : FROM NEW YORK. :
ol.long! a sort cone, ; 1' 1' .
aurarius it encloses in several lobes ". ,. COIXC SOUTH. COIXG KOmt.Jseir. .
; iof : ; ; .
tind unequal yellowish insipid Koempfer, since he also rangesthawhich"he '. 'PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONS' ...* and liberal terms by the,week and.month,.: ., .'I', ;11. xt 1. ,: '. r ".'"./
the is ,
I and acidulous a Street,JacluonvilltJTorida i
an aromatic pulp, describes in twJ6.l ( ay. .. Fer'Mln.--, -. : .. i
whitish and acidulous PolyadpV 'I.; t, 1 -' .:' .. ', .' . __ )' T-35P" .
ent'osing' a small I seed, regularly'solitary'i : : Rum. JacksonvlHel Fla.OmCB n CanaIiaIt 'To" 5rnnt. .
phia Icosandria. Soureiro is the 1 sn' .TABLE'BOARD AT REDUCED RATES; ; ,
marrow. Rumphius observes that the the sexual ; Horn J From H119: anch j tfll !k. !. -'. .i.RjJ. NK S : ; 8a{ r---.-9ooa,. .':I. 31Ic.rg.
phius does not speak of ."organs. m. a p m. : I .. _
this botanist reports to the titrus: trifotiata ; F'' ..' .... 10, ; : --- ) 3:23&1'Saar .
limo mammosus is an indigenous Omci AmvREsiDENCS Corner Ocean and Monroe __ ,:11 11'
citron or who describes.it 1 The of the : ---i .537 et
under respeoluHy lolicUed.
Soureiro public '
a plant which .res mble$ that patronage .. Gn.inesvilIe..so. l:10' "
streets .
species neither at Atnboina nor the of Madurensis ; ; f ( t i 'O i 1J ''i'' ArcherBronaoou. -. .
name titras of K m'pfer and in ' (\" : "P9.t'J ittfl
Bmda, and that it never has the stature Thunberg a:.great : ,, Jn B.To .;Propiietor., J:5S 9Gt.. '
citrus jrurmis, ramis diffusist cingulaspetiolis many features,, but whose flower is altogether AER & :MARKENS, GROCERIES AND .PROVISIONS, Cedar Xqs6 ao 6as- "*"
,5th. 4'25swJm
APril .
but rather that of bush B 714 .
a -
: oi a tree, ; tintarifats, frvctu latoso, hv4says different, and in consequence ::1, 4. IGea(1 > :- .t. U. !, CONXECTIONS. .' ,1\; "

that it is also tinder this form that itaipar the flowers 'are white, with five he makes of which STRICTLY'WHOL'ESALEGROCERS ;; : -'.i famishing goods few at Bucky'i.r" BAY,.STREET; JACKSONVILLE,FLA. .At FERNANDINX.w.th. Steamer Dry Pont fiottUaarlestoa
a : t ; andSaaaaalMcndays
separate genus .1"1--- I at 4 a.ou]MnnMT
He .
in ontho I
small odoriferous and united .. ,. i; **"|"*'* **** "*""*" *" *""" "- .
petals, het classes 'in Petandria Mon gynia *; st: 4'j'j "t- Dictator,from Quriestoa and Savannah TonnUay at
contrary, that wild Jemons 'ne in small ,number' upon one peduncle. I ',. ..JACKSONVILLE'. ,. 3 FLA., -t FOR SALE'OR REHT-COUNTRY.. ,: i .' .j))- Always keeps oa.-' ". ..1 i a. B. -With tteamer Lirrie Baker;from SaftDaaJa;'
a: Broatwtck ,.
and under.thcname offripjiasia a rthfiolaThEsdiscordwhihdoes .J i, .. .. sad Sc..1brT..IIoq4aJ5.t. a>; for.H.
iuu'id in Java, that they are considered He does not speak of the number and :. not 1 *3 Cocd at Savannah- and Charleston prices.,. L1Av, CORN-- OATs BRAN, GROUNL" those points on Fridays at 8 a. m. *

to be indigenous, and that disposition of the stamens { but as lie his Induces.him 10 believe escape that .4"9-JDl.(, "' : ORANGE, GROVE.... ;FEED PEAS",CHICKEN' ;FEED..' ABALDWINwithJtf at 4D71' m.;for Jacksonville tM-R.Rfrctn at 9:00 a.m.AIGAINESVILLE Jackij.tonrillc .
the are called lemon Java ; and that this 'species with the genus eye / H'OTELANb: : : "l;,. PORK.. LARD; BACON- ,, : .;,Wftk uvweekljtagb''.I
ranges the botanists who have preceded him & 'KOOKER '. SHOULDERS Tampa:, stage NewaansvOle. Tuesday*
all :'>" oranges: of India differ from the citrus it is to be presumed that it alsobelongs have observed that N.TON' FORSALE.6R: RE.wflircn F. u>d Fridays. ,1 *
of Europe in particulars.1i not closely, or HAMS At CEDAR KEYS,with steamers and from New;
CHI :;s many to the Polyadelphia Icosaiidria. their citrus is'a differ- REAL ESTATE DEAl ERS comer Ocean and Bay ; V FISH,. YLOUR, Orleans, evetySa.turday. With'steamers Jrom Ley"Wt
trifoliata plant We ;for the season ncI. on"easy terms, ,
'* remark is found also in chapter streets;Jacksonville'Florida. -j : and Tampa. Fridays num-thcs --,
ent from his. I should I incline toward Money,loaned ron Real Estate security. General .
days. ;With Steamer Cool from Tampa.Sundays i for
i is built the descriptions and dealers in.PineLands THE ALA CHACO or ORANGE HOUSE 1 HECKER'S FLOUR FARINA
41 upon :o. 3d. Life and' Fire" Insurance Agents Tampa Mondays; With Steamer Wawtaock 6 M>;
the first
,Wh present to us only new beings, oplnoDU'thJe-! escnption of Plantations.&c., Springfield suburb a sjlCC BUTTER;!.CHEESE;DAPPLES ONIONS ,Suwannee Fridays j for Suwannee Tuesday.'
Acrumen ndicum caule, spinoso, pumilo; mpfer\\'as less detailed! might Correspondence! solicited. 'J aSswtfJB ca.1dliQn4. Orange Co., Iioda' .' : ,D.'E.MAXWELL *, d.
jtvi.'ch: are like our species of citrus. ;;one i '. SUQARS,SYRUPS,J :,, .
folio fore
dcslnentibus .
ramls in aculco, alato .
believe then that he' had not ob'' GROYETiAND COFFEES 5'1J : : ,
axillari, soliiano, alba el oJ rfl, frncta.minima : 1. ,
:\. VI. acutlssirne jiaptllatp, cortice flavo tenu- served the flower; to'whlch, ,in his ': ; C;' DREW; : NURSERY, ATTACHED. I TEAS.' COCOA=. ,' : Umbrellas aad parasols ba had aiBRCCK'S '. "'' 1
Anihonicnni folio: ynactilatn. SNUFF, d.
i. :rumen pet day not much, attached '' .. '
iisimi odore carne'slha el importance was
jucundo succosa "
rul. aui, Sure racem--vo et lermciiali. fruciufli ) ATTORNEY'AND; .. THIS PROPERTY IS )OST.ELIGIBLY. OILS ;SOAPS ;
'. nmiuii-Ninu, medulla acidi&stma Am- grate acida.AjruiaeXTpis.. as..a\\ means .of classificatipn ; COUNSELLpR-AT-lA'VV LOCATED ija'miles from the team-: I' STARCH, TOBACCO. .. thv

LOll h auranus Jic'.o.! ., but his description is so ,precise, ahd .> boat t Landing on Lake.Mon oe. WOODEN-WARE,. BUCKETS.. '.. OF ; t..tRIVER 'Pr

Ajumc d'AmUnnc a (feuiile: junachees. The asntmc.Nifis, is a species which is in.such accord with the figure which Office In the aewiFreednwu: Bank Building.cornet BASKETS., BROOMS; SPONGES,'"TUBS ..
Pine and Fonyth Streets,Jacksonville FU. ,, ., .. STE-AME'RS
The{ limonellajiurarius\\tt\ht\ \ phys- seems to .b long to,the orange and the accompanies it, ,that we must suppose .:LAJl aawsI.I' 'I.C.'JI. FOR INVALIDS,THE CLIMATE'CANNOr BE. c' 7ND.' '. ,
SURPASSED-while no vat of Florida combines CANNED. .OF EVERY r ";' j.
iogoomy; of a lemon mixed with the lemon, but, it differs' by several features -I that.biscitnistnfollatais a distinct ; :L Y. ..: ., .. '. ..!. I. so many advantages to the grower. ',. :

but it has also characteristicspc which are particular' it. ,Its species' from'"the triphasia aurantiolo .: '. of TROPICAL. FRUITS.. ( EVERYTHINGFORACE.GROCTRy. SUMMER SCHEDULE.tf.
orange, : BAKER "
M.HJ. .. : ; ,
.' '- "f -" : '
uhar to itself. Its head is lofty head 'is very small Its branches end of Soureiro.> This species, without J. : .. ', the .
; ; ; tJ :: 'Yi j' l I 1 i,If not sold belbrethe'nRST MONDAY MARCrl .: .. .TH. ON and after MONDAY. APRIL afth. steam
its teal deep and, variegated color, in a'sharp point;/''whidi have the form doubt, in the artificial, system of Lin- ATTORNEyS-AT.LAW, next,the property will on that day be offered at public .'ANDi." PROVISION LINE: 'or tha fine wffl leave SMpyardi Wharf daily I
the sale to the highest bidder. Apply to', .". / :' ,. ..... Sundays excepud at8oc1ck. A X for. oJit
is !iiorne rjponva,'petiole whose wings of a thorn ; the leaf winged{ ? nxus, belongs to a different class ; O"ic.'lleed'.Eundbi& .- : FLEMING DANIEL, Ii' :';11' .

art almost .as large as the leaf itself; flowers are 'axillary, solitary, and are but in the natnral'system!: it,should be :" ; ''* r-'ill.' ." ', .--. .. .'" '. Attorneys. ,- .-.' f I SELL: ,FOR CASH, : P'A.LA'T'KA-1*

the fruit, the size of a bullet, is round perfectly white, and::odoriferous ; the reported to.the sanie family, and 111nMe..ounua.. 'l'I - -'JackseavilleiFlorida.. 'i1 .1) "I. ,. m :j It;: .. and Intermediate landinei and return'same'. .''1 "
fruit like the lemon has the link 'the chain '; ''BIKTOK .1.0:. Od8.1871.. .' ;. tf, h T" I ) :.. ,
rn/ploi yellowish, and forms a rindso yellowish I should forma in great JArs M. BAKU. J. .THE ''LOWEST'POSSIBLFIGURE&. I Throngh'iteamerm'tW' **" <' .

thin that it seems ,rather a pellicle size and formof an apricot, but it is I oftheinterestingfamily of agrumes.It e' i f .-'AD shades ofbiid&aid chignons at Bucky's. '.I': :.. .n.'{ .., r ,- : I ...$;;. lL .

'which is B.BEEBE ":;.- t -. : ,... . Merchants Logsers, Hotel*.Boarding Houses;rwi ENTEHPRS.Eaadln : '
ilun a rind and i it has not the aromaof terminated by nipple very' is to be.desired that all these species I H ., ; 4'c families are invited to uamiDc my.goods and prices. ; ..r

the lemon ; its pulp is full of an much elongated andst ngularly pointed; should be brought into* European i '. .T' .; ; '':'t: ,':,' "' F' J c S4j.E,, :I ; ..:. : : diaAf nd1ngi. wiIlleaftu'aboftoa Tos.- -

abundant, acid juice; its flowers very the rind, which is 1 very thin, has an I culture.. :. It is; only 'in this' 'manner, ARCHITE'CT. -, .,.. ;. :: "CITE A PI THE. .-HIGHEST' -. CASH. .. ...PRICES, days.. Jj.y and Jujninpsi'Saturdays. .and*" return- WedaesdaT* and-ti J Sat"i""W
* small and terminal, come out from agreeable! odor; it covers' a: white by a 'careful l examination their traits ROINo. :..') 'cBun.DmG. ,,-'-:; .j i fWM. .'. :YERY; .: '. .. 'COUNTRY .PRODUCE OP ALL ItnID h05r requested to,tend*' "freight rfova,during* ,
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the point of the leaf and form clusters pulp, full of an abundant jlic'bi' his that wecan, rightly judge of the pjace t 3 I' ;"S3ioi'"fhm.i: ; !,;.j.,( 'Threrjmall.farms, tuar tie.City. Ifon'bY ._ PAID sift Pox srftf.'., J.BR9cK,A51x.,4;

like the olive. I do not know the acid.. Jean Burman, in his Thesaurus they should take in _our natural -Sys 1',j ,'- .. I .. .- '. ., ;, 'o1i'

number dispositions and character of Zeylanicus, regards the lemon tern It.is pretended that the citrus s ..&!ARTHUR A* BIRNEY Cleared land DO other improvements.TEN ACRES, WILI N: & \WHITLOCIC, .4 Bucky. _selb'' .the, bes,whYte., vests.: '' -.'''-tiGRANGE
: ; toTh s.AViUapn.zA1.W -
the plant as the limon has been cultivatedin : Successors :
u sexual organs. Rumphius, toWUOIfl nipis as .same trifoliata already '' ., .
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malus ztyjanica fructu the of the des ATTORNEYS .
this does sykcstris fum- Jardin
we owe description orangery :?" .J"- ,. ', About fifteen acre in cultivation. joo grape vines and >,' ,-., *- -,- ..,!
nut say a word about th m. This i' of Ceylon ; he unites in the same Plantes at Paris, but if so, it has .. fruit tree: underdralned: clay subsoil. ; one. of the best GRAIN. FLOUR, AND FEED, .;

fruit is called aurarins at Amboina, synonymy the malus aurantia fructuimams perished quickly because. have 4 M STREETNO. .3 39 places for gardening,. :. '. Manufacturers .1! ,. Tie:: _'C P ra.injsI ; wubdrava W.

acidissimo of Sloane ., ONE OF,TWENTY; : ACRES .; ,. i Summer repair*. .: ',;
bi-cause the gold workers us: its juice / pusillo searched there ,for it vainly. .They .WASHINGTON._ CITY. t' .

: in working up their gold, to cleanse it. and the catu-iseneu narcgam of Mala- presented to me a' limonia trifoliata woodi About;lour on King's acres, road in cultivation.AIm,balance.' !good: pine. ;, t.I4IOMiNY. ,, CRACKED. .: "THESTEAMER' DICTATOR -tlI,'

, bar of Reede which is the limonia which had blossomed and H. A.rA1T1SO.A....'MZZP c. COLLINS, :- "ir.'d
i L: NO. VII. never ,' DeaVt In Real Estate..Witscbenrs Building Bay St.H.EALTH CORN,. RYE .MEAL GRAHAM, -
add si'ma of Linn us. NicolasBurman which they did .not know In conse- : Cuunt LEO. OGEI, ? .;tv ba "
; Acrumen Indicura Mia maximo alato fl'reinimino ATISO&jIEEK;: ,. .t ;. FLOUR,CRACKED WHEAT.& ,
: ( in the Flora Indica, which he quence. We shall have to wait until : ," VVEALTH,; leave l
. quatxipetalo albo ruau vindc,tuber- ;' ,' '.' '. Wai.unin finiher notice, cUARLSTON1
. cult obsito medulla! granulosa acidissima. has arranged after the system of Lin- botanists have observed it in its native rrORNEYS'AT'7LA'Offiu. : ; : ., St.ROLLSAWIYG" & WOOD TURNING-' .--. .njESDAY'eveninr.ana SAt Nt.AH every WEDNESDAT. .\

-; Ajrnme verdatre d'Amboinc a fruit tuber- nseus, in reporting the limonia malus I land with greater attention. .' 1\lD- : roORDEL' ""' : ." t JACKSONVILLE '_ I
W Florida,arriving
cuicux. 4.C; ; ; .
of"the Thesaurus ReQua's building,Jacksonville. ,. .
sylvestris zeylanica -- '
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.H.me greenish agrume which Rum Zejlonica of Burman, to the citrus A Wonderful GirL I' ..,. : ;:: ,;RECREATION- :. ..j';; Wood Sawed, Split, and Delivered ncr1TdtntSDAY.h'. ,(
: ,,i. .: : 11. j iJto. .tr.UR2UN
: ,
phius distinguishes under the name of limon, regards it also as a species of "P E. ]011 NSO!.,.M. p., wHOMOEOPATHIC t "-.? 'ord'I i > qt 4
I Dr. H. D. LaCossitt Greenville or Load. '
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11fZIJIIemnews F i
is a species which the lemon of Amboina Rumphius '- 'e''LANDS
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has features that are peculiar to itself, (/i"IImdlus cum varidi us-Rumph.). Penn.:, has made himself responsible PHYSICIAN.AND. SIJRGEON. ,.to' L COLONIES', Ross Block.Bay Street:;opposite our Mill and Whar'ft66 WM leave PALATKA: : eesyThU1SDAYevstdngand3AcKONYILLE ; /-'
for the'ran owing statements con- ORANGE GROVES, ':
and make it differ greatly from our It is, nevertheless, easy to convince CESONJ7LLE.. every FRIDAY mornia.t*
cerning a young girl in Kinsman, 0.: Office; north side' of 'Bay'Street.' In DF. Robinson'snew FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS, laM bt
asrumes. Its leaf has the wing so pro- ourselves, by the examination of the uH the tide. FKRNANDINA day; 9

; nounced that it seems cut in the middle descriptions figures of these plants, GREENVILLE PA., July 28,1874.By buifding. next block east National HoteL sgot VILLA."* 'SITES' TOWN ,. A WIUOY "w. AWHiTtbot.SAVINGS : 'SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON ta time t r.' J Jr

,1 ; its flower, of an. extreme smallness that they differ among themselves ina request I will state some facts .. : : 1- f. LOTS. ; ,. -. "1A:'
" has only { and to make a concerning Miss Jessie Perkins, of w.. ANNO, SANFORD'S* GRANT. BANKi: CONNECT. VaTH NEYORX. : '
ot'r petals, comes manner too pronounced : FOR SALE ON : STEAMERS.' 1> :'!

out at the end of the brandies in the single species of them J they have, indeed Kinsman, 0., as to her seeing without ; ATTORNEY-AT.LAW '; : .' i .<':i1 .

form nf the grape cluster ; its fruit is some analogies which unite them, the use of her"eyes. I was' calledon j '. ". ". .' "'1' 1- '. ." I .F' 'I 1.. '.'MOORE.. AGMTT Sanfo4. THEFREEDMAN'S" ; AVINCSA.JRUST COJACKSOKTUJJ AGENTS. : .. :. ", < rtt .
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nearly green shaded with yellow ; its but these analogies are not sufficient to by Mr. H. D. Perkins to visit his Office,in Reed', /Block, .Bay Stteet, ,\(" ':. I i .. '. .. .' i T RAVpfEL&CO..Chariest. .- ." "I'.&'" .

rind is odorous the daughter Jessie,. who wasH), 'on the SALE'OR RENT '. < .. aOBERTSON.sa.-L- ,
is covered with a number permit us to range them, in same 1"/1': ;:: ( :..4Ai&AE'riY' FOR BRAINARD. .
received from, : 'r.Ut
last., I found her labor. C 'ON Deposits any amount Ir .1
of 4th April .
small buttons : : : BRO.&SON FemandU
projections JEFFREYS. ,
or genus. ; itr .; : ie'allowed .. .
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.1 :' 5 and socUuej. : 1. -A.1
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firms -
of the same size and form, which are NO.. XI. ing under inflammation of'.her eyes, C. ;n' -.' '.': "! i :;' .i.. ... .. _. :- 'b .hd' .> ;.' JEFFREYS: ft BRO:JackMviHe.,. "1
arranged with regularity its pulp is Acrumen Ambonicum frnctn anguloso paralysis of the eyelids, and tremors. : :; Ludtacat-- '. t R. ADua.'arti.; 'M' .
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LAW, .Two neW Cottages, near-.Steamboat fimd 1 .. :; ..' .
granulous, green and very acid ; the spina bioa stipnlari. She stated that she could not see with I D pi.may be'a b express. 'b Cic .AND BLLSOT LADr.: ( .

nal organs are not, mentioned. Agruine an uc1cux. her eyes, but: could see with her Orncs-In Reed'a. Bi fldI... uj>stairs' SANFORD.i.: : : ; : s 3 or by..m .pl o and' bank drafu.. THROUGH. TICKETS JUG GIVEN. / ..."S

I' tested her several times '.c r'4'' ", Azso. ,. if.to s r. M.:also, -. ,' ..."t'f
This: species may be reported to the The angular agrume. is the species fingers. -,T. 'IACKSONVILL FU 'j; Te B I!d& A. : *fi. i

ammtulxrosus, the lemon furamas, most distant from the citrus of ,Europe and was satisfied she'was correct, and r", I -. .1 "- including .HOME, .LOT/xif twenty acres.. a desirabtwtxtory O Saturday. n. for deposits; only,. Ia 6 to I' .. . ...._ 'r

the limon agrottis or pajxda, the Unto and which'seems to connect this did distinguish! colors I and,everything SUMMERSb boose .with, large dining-roon; detached o'c1: : WAKrED TQ 'RENL4 : /

ferut or noangi, which, Rumphius genus with the limonia by the biliacustaurinus presented I, a short.time after- ,reported c.l ., : :. j ._ ,. : Suitable for isBoarding-nonse. '':'.'.; he.e. .'l1 JW4SWA1MCashier.A. > .t .,.., I

found at Amboina, and which have of Rumphius. Its stem is her case to the'Mercer County .ATTpRNEYrAT-LAW ; 't. ; CONVENIENT ptNG.1'1

the same traits as this. not larger than an arm; its branchesare Medical Society. Dr. Geibner, our i ALSO,NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER' Apply to ._' 'H.JU DEFOREST; : N. 'DOBBINS. IN A FIRST CLASS CENTRAL LOCATION.FORA ..

NO..'MIL curved and knotty ; the leaf, which President Brownsville, stated the U. S.! CIRCUIT-I :COURT.I .-...-:. t sFin.. .. .. :.'.j. ; SMALL." FAMILY. "., ..". ..

Acrnmen Japonicutn caulc anuIato. fore rests upon simple petiole, comes out case to the:Franklin Medical Society, Office. PoIks buildiD&. .J /-17. 17.'W373twsgtf.' GUS .1 '.N.ENT AND ATL. TENANTS.v, '..

**|j1 n,< frnctu simo. pulpx dulci .eti from between the thorns, which forma giving Inc as his authority.., Then it AND ': GENE JOBBER; .' .

.tdulL the ,the rounds ..of the L.i.FLB: >0. .,'. rthizAr- ,
sharp angle at the pointwhere went, newspapers. 1.1.FLG -DA1n1Lr37U.ZkZG. THE I .
i* niae nain da ] .. fruit issues; the leaf which succeeds About the 1St of June' Mr. .Perkins & DANIEL, l" ; Hose's BLOCK Corner.Bay and.Ho St.,, COAN I :
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The dwarf agrume of Japan has comes out solitary at the side of the and Jessie came to Greenville, on FRANK"GREGORY. .JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA. < : ; ,

betD Meadville at.Packard's ,. : Prnpnetor.rveIiaer ., : '* *
and stopped '
considered by-AVindelnow-as bud, without any trace of a thorn; theirway ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW : PRICE LIST: '::o : .jllSTlCE OF THE PEACE
Hotel and of Mr. '. ; c ,. ,. -srf.V
**pecies of citrus but the descrip this disposition in. the old branches by request i i\" i Beer TI f : 'r e. SEWINGMAHINES CLEANED AND .
Ornci Reed Block,comer Ocean and Bay Streets .. .AJID
tion which has been given by Thun. alternates, so that one sees a leaf with Perkins I blindfolded her eyes by jacksoavlUfla. .4 -;ScuppCTDOQg IcrJIJmeJalce.hQCI -' .. : .REPAIRED, r. Y : PU3LTC.

I berg, in his Flora Japonica, presents out thorns follow one with two thorns, placing kid gloves double, over them," )- ': rib : "V. : -!; .. M" 13... .: i. '.. ,., NOTRY- ; : .' ,. '

latarcs which make it differ from the down to the last shoot ; the young and a bandage over the gloves. In tyL '. Ice Cream Pi' v "s. FROM- THE-'COUNTRY Offici to SOLARYTS BLOCK.?r,*i \
of the' of a. number .of citizens A. \ Milk Punch >. 'PROKY ., BAY and PINK sitne t ,
Oranges Europe ; the most singular and fresh branches bear only solitary presence : : Rum Punch .., _:._r..__ ..--'' *SBnn'jPirrh AEDm.o, Corner _

and .reaarkabl- these features arc leaves; the double thorn, which comes she ,distinguished .colors and read to ., :ATTORNEY "' --.-- 'SWhiskyPuBcti I. ,. -. '. '1 .ja .

the Angular head and the axillary developing itself later as it grows the satisfaction, of all.! Afterwards '. '" ,ATL\W.
These traits connect it with older, has not yet, appeared. The they were invited to Dr. Donaldson's No.aHoeg's Block,up(stairsi ;,, Caret hl's.' i STsAc0-N .. w T ?,?.;?OCEAN, HOUSE, ::1 JJACKSONVILLE. *:
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Ute lemons of Amboint, which hare flowers are white and solitary; they office, :where other tests were made.I F1a.C' Abslmhei. T. 15-. .4. oI : '. aat '
JacksoBTflto CENTS -
*9 mach I but was not present and cannot give any }-i5Swly PLAIN DRINKS 15 FLA ,; .
analogy with the Limonia resemble those of the.limqn nipis; Imported Ginger Ale.BBS*'Ale,Dublin. Stout Cordialsftc. s4iJ: : )
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and tie Bilacus. Tbunberg observes they are smaller and have five petals. statement.as to the result. 'I invited '.ROBINSON, .'']; ] '. frjswim FOR. .:

that tbe 'd/rus Japonica, which offers:. I do not know the sexual organs. The Mr.: Perkins 'an.d Jessie to stop over *. .. ,, A'Hoo ..and Lot VeattUJuBy located In the cityqackaou. C located sad rss.c1aan bI'air iu. .Ir--- ,

the same features in its organs of fruits are very small, sometimes are night'with' me ; they did so. I, 'requested TTORNEY AT-tAW ; ,r RICHARD..MCLAUGHLIN, The hou.
ftIctcation Mr. Perkins let test her ;
? as the citrus of Europe, quadrangular, sometimes pentangular, to tne Also, NOTARY'ptlBLlC. and COMMISSIONER : 1lEAL ESTATE. AGENT, 1

.i5'erj Crom.lhose*y the form of bush flattened upon the,sides a longtime faculty'of seeing 'separate and apart .. i UJS-ORCUIT..COURT.' .,,.., .. lutW : &ap with, alh' 0 .TRANSIENT.BOARD : .:

--hitb u always affects, 'by jhe small- greenish, sometimes yellowing in maturity from all others J he,had no.objection.I .OceaMuoalcBloC. "t-tr Estate boucb and sold." Money.tnveued. jTtf"" ,j C OA1C.*Jacksonville." -n I |a PER-DAY'or: :*|ra PER'.WEEKw"-: "- '*
of Real .
An I
som .
tIess fats.fru its and in other respects. form a very thin rind, which :was of: the opinion she. might see COUNTY 'AND 'CITY .'Taxes paid Titles examined Veryarraaae ends with'permaaeatoOsWdeift

He. addstha.tjt Cla.scarcely! be ranged encloses lobes filled with viscous under the kid gloves, as there was, an ST TE1. -r 'raaassunt. to WUBam.Astoc., Esq;. SAMUEL FAIRBANKS. .,. : I ..'m t tf'i1 .

k the orange/; Jts flowers 'which has ihepdorof the.limon opening between the oZr "asi and:the SCRIf_.., ,:. NeVYoX: Ex-Co. A.. Curtin. BeUefonte.KT Pa.: ;'HOT .CL.Bt1JmCTOi- .
are ar- juice, : ; "f.. LflHs'H?Redner; PhiWerphla: W;'SeobB; *. _' YIUBLcrJDUALCOU! I ,. .
: solitary .or \w
,Lizt the1,acver. form-L!booqnetf that, four or five seeds. Ruraphius cover/, ;: I ,.9nedf'hee-openiDg. witbJa J Md:. rlDJUDA j ; sxyiNCS.'..BANKJ .i,.Henry' Ticker.> .LI. :.'.Ib'J4J' j\ :.-> -.1! it- t ; ...1'4Udr: !. "iv ; ; 'I; ;",'' .r l.J'i" :! -4
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t I : : -THE NEWSOUTH..J. .. limited; that If lie property-holders 1 areoverburdened could not support him then, cannot support development.which. alone can ministerto Yankee.." 'The boost of the old Roman, Iltrris Speecbs Jefferson were made by Colonel Governor Duncan MISCELLANEOUS.PRINTING. --
_ I' EI I with exorbitant taxes either him or Meacham now, for the permanent growth of the city. dl clvis Romanus Bum.wu-smal potatoes McRae, General Dais.Forrest and others, --

I.! S AbAMS. is no better,than the other. 'the i 1 sbogld bear -
-- 00 CAKHtTH. they cannot employ him to clear off neW I I lone All these differing.views are'stiflgthe to inscription' denouncing the cowardly assasinaiion

L\ 'GIIO..sIDII... } ADAMS,CARRUTH. & CO. fields or otherwise improve their property This it is true is Democratic testimony best thoughts of all. upon my shIeld; "I am a Southern of the prisoners, and calling for 'prompt _

i. E. KELLOOC. and, therefore, moderate taxation and remark, but gathers strength jentteman." Northern gentlemen, for- and most energetic enforcement of the -. -

I t J)3 .ADanhv DlTOR.r from the fact that the Florid an has repeated Another,Political Suicide rign ,all gentlemen would law against the perpetrators.
_"*" is u vital to his interests ,as to those, of I gntemen. General
\ Forrest stated that he
( affirtied the i regularity of'Pur- '' std :
l' the planters. These are evident truths M.: 'I'say, my friend, are'yotfgoln'gn have" 'met speaking; take ready to start to-morrow' to .. ,::1 .

11 TO ef CORRESPONDENTS Local AND OTHERS.liens that should be J Impressed upon him until nan's, nomination'. '. 'thus.", -showing- --. no" for my nomination to the Senate?*!. a back,.seat when I ,came around. I officers of the law bringh g the assassins .
i Interest are solicited from all of th
I\t II, f I .S'ate. Also cuomtmtcations on tubjecut parts of general he understands and takes,anjnterest inall necessity. a "white. ,man's. arty" as R. "Welt no, I had not concluded.to could bid for Conservative votes/ drink te pnnishment. Resolutions were THE*NEW SOUTH'

t "\ '. Unterest.enpeciaUy educational l social and!nduitnalimpics. derived ftOD1th.e regular''action of the whiskey smoke tobacco adopted'' ex pressing the horror,and indignation ; >
do cheap ,
CurTcponder-bouIJ : ;
make their letters as that tends to advance the public welfare. zogat

_ I'' 1./1::;} {. We' brief kit as nut the ratpaosiUe bets and circunuanoes for,opinions cipreshed win penniUi by our .- : I Rep blicau party, and proving t the )!.: *. Weh l, why not r Don't ;:yoti cat grits, shoo my best friend,"and still crime, and of demanding, the,community of the at Governor the foul JOB A'ND'BOOK* PRINTING, '

i C: correspondents.bc returned Rejected manuscripts can neitbcr lie should be taught to look with distrust assumed necessity of such a party arise know 'how'' h fonghl'and bled' and go into the best society, 'and ,maintain prompt and 'energetic measures for \ j
preserved. Contributions
1' will not be aoddt Anuoymous. on any' white man torn either wholly from the efforts of the Republican died, and how. much ,money I'. have my birth-right aa a Southern gentleman.Some bringing th'6' murderers to the bar of. DTAB1Ev.

I.,' : -- North South! that tells him that be, State government to deleat the 'spent, and all for the good{ of,jour weak people say I ought to be justice and relieve the State as far a ,-
:, f. REPUBLICAN NOMINATtOSS. choice of the party that placed it in posi- racer' satisfied with the title of possible irbm the disgrace of such a horrible -
without education. experience is.as g gentleman crime the Tne are esectte rdm
It'1 l aryl asking to prpel t Lv
:, ,M, 4 ., Fur McavJCorc.sd DiitriO. l ; well qualified to perform the responsible tion. The attitude ot. the administra- R i"That may all be so, but I, suppose without geographically! .destining .the employ police exptrtsof Memphis(ovrD to assist .. ctery !o _
t' JOilAHT.iWALLS. '., tion and its organs is.as strange us it' Isinteresting. this in but these advisersare .
all .order tobe
duties of a legislator as a man who hits you did not do ; erm; wel meaning in cupturiug the assassins, and.to PLAIN ORNAMENTAL

i For Member of' CtinsTcss. -,itt Dutrict. been schooled in 1Ublic.1Ue and had 1" > made. Senator; and.a others. have evidently not "to the manor bOI n.t' employ the best legal counsel: in the I OR PRINTING.

WILLIAM J. PURMAN. in'nllthe duties ofa done :-as much; we want a Senator who Perhaps they came 'from Phiadelphil, State to assist tlt Attorney-Genera In Such BUSINESS
1" years of experience The. Democracy ,not: united on the prosecuting I .a CARDS,
47 Republican State'Central Committee for citizen; and to treat with scorn a renegade Race Question." has some' force,'can d something rather or New York or shall I say Boston ? Dr. McDonald, of the! 'VISITING CARDS,.

," I Florida. white man who tells him that he Remark bs 8'often been excited at the than"tlk'abut It.." where gentlemen"very fe!li in- eke Money Order Suerntendant the WEDDING

4 ; ,' WM. H.CUASOKJ Chatrnuiu.Dutrios. :- D. EACAK.Secretary prefers him to one of his own color, and ingenuity by which tfae Democracy. .have M. "Well, you can do a you please, ganthouses, wear 'good' clothes, drink appointment as ont 0' the delegates to I C'RD.Im.L

; T>Utricts.H. plays his vanity to, use him for his been enabled .to. give prominence- ] in hut I want to tell you that you wi lose good liquor have great li&rarie and the Postal Congress which meet at, RED.
1 i. Iii,.. PotUr, .S. Rarmona. upon the ISth inst I 'if ?
";10 I. W. Butler 14 Ij. S. T. Day. own ends.. Common sense should enable .- heir southern political platforms, to the your place unless you.support me,.for. I other plebean accessories to numerous lernc.reason Switzerland for his on declination is the* JlwMpuv- LEER. HEADS,

",",,' 4 j. Smith W. J.lUwson.Furman. 16.t- H.I. \Vk Braun.Howell.I. him to see the motive that is but only political assertion that by any wi have you: removed..'' to mention. large increase of money transactions at I POSERS, CIRCLk.

I. 6.5 W.M. L.H.Steams.Uanlc:1". 18.17. J.let D.
,. Rupeit Charim. IJ.M W. It. LeCatn On the other hand the white people strength all 't1e animosities, the hppreleiiMons my rights in that way; you can't: g.L me bombast of mtnySoutberners is .worthy absence for the length of time he would BRIEFS J "- '

J Samuel Walker. f ol: O J Alden and and the bitter feeling thatoperted removed I am by the the time of Don Quixote. There are necessarily be engaged abroad. ?A-M PHLETSit
9 Robert Meacbam, ti.to. W. li.GIeason, must tike "heed and draw a clear appiutet $ ," '
iJcnnis Lagan n. J T.'Magbce. the i in .' Marshal Jewell took the oath of office BLANKS '
distinct line between prejudice and prin- so disastrously to party Comity plEnty of good and Southern genlemen INDS.
U. I. \V "\' *3. -- true' .on the 1st inst. and entered his .
.' .. ll. Wm. D. Scan, .4. };. L \\are. ciple. The misf"rtunc8Ibt.t have fallen the times immediately succeeding the M. ThaCs so. but i the Commissioner who do not'hnve; to have their duties, as Postmaster-General. upon' '

"ar. This has been'cfTt>ct1t\IJy done in won't,( remove you I will"have written their coats to' COLORED PRINTING AND,, GILT WORK
them from the dominance of ignorance standing on or '"
:. neruaucAK COI C BSSIOMAL EXRCVTTVB COMMITTEE. upon The French Prefects South FrahC ...
of SECOND DISTRICT.A and corruption have been grievous, the wanton and groundless assertion, in hem removed." publish' if to the \vorld-in the public are instructed to prevent the sale of -" .

>a matter of Convenience to dioae wtktiing to cor- hut not hope for an improvement he suuthern,Statl's. of the .necessity ota Such was f recent conversation between print ,_ nor are they th. arms to Crlst by all possible! efforts.: -1 '
retpond with any member of the Republican Executive they ran disincin1. UEA!'. J EAT'Ni PROMPT.
.. : Committee of thi Pislrict.Yo'C ippenj the listif iKatcimmittee by following the advice of noisy race combination-"gainst the Repubican ,; a ,sturdy official: .and. a very'. con-., gentlemen? "h'r superior to Northerngenileni'ets The Spanissh conscription i h bdnr ,

"' ,with poM-ofBce addrctoes: demagogues and committing themselvesto party"on account of its'persistence Sdent senatorial aspirant whose official or any other' f' gentlemen" : ,and thoroughly and gt'nrlli tnrorc c. : ,.".'

", Hon Hon.A.I. R.A.SCOTT KNICHT.Chairma.JacbonviUe.'Vrn. Jack>onvUIe. a movement that will invite n war in maintaining the equal, ,rights. of all tenure ant, personal comfort would..,be I he'wac.has: ,been ended long enough.for The German Government will notintermeddle ';. .' ..": -, ,': -
I'iiiijr W ALTO, Secretary )acksonville.Hon. under the law. But already the warm? .'' with Spanish internal af '
affected the this distinction aside.
E.C. 4oUnun. Lake Onr.. between the races with all its attendant considerably by invoking 'silly. tolielai4. !| fairs. -
II jo. H. S. Harmon Ca'nesville.HVB : has been sounded .in thejeading Democratic Intervention of;; the Ku-klux uud Enforcement YOUFS'TUULY. '
Such .
horrors. a course paralyze : .
E. Chadwick. Palatka.Iiu : ; Russia declines to 'participate in the EARLr; .:
: Dirch Uibson Ocala. N the industries of the country it mattersnot papers' at the north, that such announcement laws. -. Y' >. n .: .* "*.": recognition of Spain till the Governmentof R.V. -

'f 1 Hi> >n.M.Dennis Pap,Eagan St. Augustine.,Madison which' side is victorious, and leaveas 'and the existence of any Thus one politcalaspiruntlha.di> State. News., Serrano a'sumeI a character of more "' PRACTICAL f.

"Sara'l.>b.A.Petty McDonald.;Fernandina.MellenvUle. reminders of its terrors desolated such combination. will. undo the effectof posed, of himself. solidity. PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER,

V homes blackened ruins and mourning Democratic efforts excite jealousiesand l i LOX COUSTT., Cariist refuges are ordered to I leave .
divisions and Cotton, is beginning to move.in the Portugal Having dectde4 to reside here permanently wiQ
rLabor among Republicans, Direct Steam Communication with 1
in the South. households. glad; to receive orders from requiring work
: .
I. would that the only vcrtainefi'ect, both north and New York. Tallahasse markets. ,. The Kentucky disorders are in tha hI linoGRAINING. a da r
I We know of better use to which our The consequences ensue south, will be to concentrate' the' whole The arrival at, .Fernandina precisely Bro.'Dv'k., Sr., of the Floridian',' ha way of being quieted through the quie GLAZING and JCALSOMIJtCfG
: editorial space can be given than to the from such a state of affairs"can not be been confined to his bed by severe attack energy and wisdom of Gov. f Leslie who. d..n in the best.nn.
It-publican strength and insure'its suc on time, of the New York steamer revived ,
of and painted in colors sufficiently black. The ol fever.. in concert with the Federal officers, i i.s -
republication a very impartial left at I'avis&DreVa Furniture Witirbwa*'
judicious article on the above subject uncertainty would demoralize the laborIng cess. We are not, therefore, surprisedthat quite an excitement' .the Island. 'THE CKOPS.-RcporU from Wak taking active measures to arrest and will receive prompt attention.
from one ol the ablest and shrewd city .as'' naturally would be.,expected.The .,: half Ja punish the ri.ter
that not
I' both white and black emi represent
i I from The South,'of New York as follows classes ; 'more'har crop REFERENCES:
est of southern editors should find steamer a staunch of will be REPORT OF TUE BEECnER-TILTOjf COM
we i theickhurg. 'cuttlni consequenceof S. I.
retarded and
: : gration would be, ; capitalists BHIDCE. E. C 1 ROSIHSOH.
; 'ir nnd in the Floridian the following warning: A No. 1 vessel of 700 tons burthen, built ( MITTEE. F ; t
t "It is a well established fact, that the will rdusu' to jielil''th persons HAMILTON in 1863 and : In this C'junty cotton has been much The Beecbtr Investigating Committee -- -- **
in a locality ready at moment COUNY.-Thc Conservatives recently rcplanked refitted injured, ,the boll hare submitted Spring Cassimere suits fur sale Buk '
great and pressing need of the South is property any of the good old county of Hatnil- in in py.drouth ant worm. their report. They conclude a .
apple-pie a carrying .
to plunge into the anarchy of civil has, The'caterpillars! are _now webbed up :
: bin held convention-at J ,
reliable labor. It seems strange to a un'' the capacity of 5000 barrels. and be in force( KEENE .
15pr' may expected out Firt. That Beecher did not commit O. ,
the and 22d ult. and
strife, while peace-loving con nominated J. for -
those unacquainted with the state of affairs the By the courtesy of Capt. Kudolph who in a few day : but it is'not thought theycan adulterywith Mrs. Tilton at any time
sequently, better class of- citizens will Assembly. The platform adopted BAT ST trr.: JACKSOMTILLK.FLOUDA,
'be do much
; in that section that this should damage. Many farmer whatever.
is in the vessel for two .
excellent but in
ha years
the case; there are even people who always remove to other places in preference to our opinion many respect'further than, the the line to have made arrangements'to apply Paris Second. That Beecher has never committed Dealer in Jini'nery.Fancy an D. Co aOKerp
goes on we were enabled
I when oa
la'ti. and other the
drawn into of this char- green poisons worms act 1a constantly
being a struggle 'any'unchase or improper o
: resided in the South and who reside exigencies of our immediate situation
I to give the Vicksburg a complete Corn made and is consid I
is very appear. is with Mrs. litton, nor made any urchat"or HATS AND TRIMMINGS.
acter. demand. There much truth in the
., ; there now, whom it seems impossible examination, and were agreeably sur- ered.an a\'erage.crlp. Small. lots have remark proffer or
The lessons of the late should not assertion that all our efforts and fair improvr Dress Goods fine
war Also ; a assortment
I' to impress with this fact. They claim offers to the'negro have failed induce nised! to find her'bte in every respect been_brought u5 market and sold at fifty of any kind or diacription o
be so soon forgotten. Let every argu- t cintaper busheI.-Floridian. whatever.
that they have as. many negroes as they him to net 'with us, but still we do not than hud b expected..She is intended KID GLOVESVery
ment be used and effort forth Third. It this were a of errors -
every put ESCAMBU COUNTY. question '
had before the see the necessity of tbe Conservatives CHEAP; also,a full assortment
; war, (which is not the mainly (for freight, but can o
of the of Mr.Beecher .
to avert the calamity. 'The South must making a distinct race I issue at this comfortably Pensola has hail a city'election, with judgment on part
4, case), and also believe that they hare accommodate twelve having, it would be to WHITE.GOODS.
do paSSl'ngt'r this result For S. T. Puns easy crtidze.
not sully her name by any rash measure. time nor we believe such a course : MI'or, ;
t. ,. received -addition to their working- We are sure that the intelligence ot the will be endorsed by 'the cooler heads. an airy and comfortable saloon with, six Treasurer, W.. W. ; Marshal, fsverilly. in the light of I flave just received a fine tot o

,! class from the Xoith and Europe. Indeed Some good may. yet come out of Naza adjoining state-rooms., She has three William Warren; Aldermen, A.E. Maxwell [ criil m. even to the' extentof, HATS LINENS, .GRENADINES,,
p people will bring them out of the labyrinth regrets censure fro are sure no man 1E"C
be found in the reth. .Let ,us Ud a straijrhtfo'rwHrd, G; A. Stanley John Prida.-S. My-
men can Legiala 'pl! freight decks, and the 'upper one can would AND JAPANESE CH ALLIES
than Mr.
of difficulties in which they have :John Dunn join more sincerely
manly course, based antI| erson, Jerry Washington, i .
upon principle
tures of the Southern States who fur
areeither \ have in easily supplied t wiblce' the carryingof and R. Ramsey. Beecher himself. ["hat will bs sold at greallv reJuceJ pike
been groping,and that their cooler judgment right, as we dOle the past'and 6,1"-
blind or quite indifferent to.the I fruit in the Summer. The Captain : irourth. We. find nothing
Invite the
ol all shot whatever
will find of reconciling the co-operation men, Pensacola has had a fatal case of lock-
a way ; in the e1dtneetbat' should For neckties and bows call at Buckj's
interests of their '
constituents in this and
door officers seem faithful
reJSJHJCt. ting the against none. TbU we as courteous.. Jaw.
i different elements that sow seem so an- perfect confidence Plymouth Church
think will prvo the wisest; best and and.o"bJging and thus under, favorable .A; G. of the'Muscogee Mill world in
tagonistic." most "_ Marin the the Christian character and
> Tha South has not as much negro.laDor We.commeiul tcTour nrse. friends in Ham auspices, once more direct steam .com Company, died in 'lensacola last week. I IOu'Montlay character and integrity of Henry Ward 1"HE JACKONILL,

I. ; at the present time as she had under The Campaign. ilton'the: platform ad pted.by the Conservatives munication between Florida and New evening a severe storm of Beecher and now let the peace of God SALES AND LIVERY

"r! the old regime. Since they have obtained In the first District 'the election of in this District. ,York is established. wind 'and rain, accompanied by vivid that passetb all understanding, rest and
flashes of broke abide with! 'and her
lightning Plymouth '
I over city ,
i their1! freedom many' who were the /nominee Inasmuch as, at the,lowest tides, ,the eminent s Tl\ B 'L ES
Uendffsdn' Democratic and 6ne of the bolts struck the store and belovelaud pastor, ,so much ,

.. .: formerly employed upon the plantations seems more and mor assured. The The Union on Transportation.- the inland passage,to' Fernandina gives residence of Mr. John Barton kuhn afflicted.. 'McCLENNY, PROPRIETOR .,

I have moved into the towns.and.are either determined opposition of the ,State administration In the Union Tuesday appeared an eighteen inches of water on its shallowest him instantly. Mr Barton was'behtad hENRY W. SAGE, 'c. B. ;

: idling or are engaged upon,the public to the election Turman an, impartial and well balanced editorial on i passage and the flood. tide rises five the counter, near the chimney, lightinga AUGUSTUS STORKS, I -0--- '
Notice Is given to the public that I have
I lamp and conversing with Mr A. hENRY M. CLEVELAND
; po'te
works. Another important' fact to be the regular Republican candidate. and transportation, to which i we mainly assent feet there is nothing t hinder the. pas Bronum, his little son standing near HORACE B. CLPU well-known METRUPOLITANHtYth.and. HARTRIDGK. have on band aVERY

: remembered is that before the war there use of the Executive patronage adversely and desire to call general attention.No sage through it of a steamer of light when the'bolt struck the chimney,throw Jai)WINSLOW., te .

L were no drones. Every slave .was kcpt to his 'success are working ,with practical busiues* matter is of more draft at any time. ing the ,brick in every direction and S. V. WHITE. LARGE. STOCK OF

:: employed, for when ho stopped work double force against the Republicanparty. or more immediate interest to this city The plain policy of the farmers would I scattering the goods on the shel\es all JEFFERSON CUT, August 28.-The

: he became unprofitable. and only the be unite in local over ,store. Every light in the housewas Democratic nominations for HORSES-fULESFOR SALE.
and the whole State. should at once seem to to agriculturalsocieties :issur
I 'put out. Mr.Barton, who was lying are: For Governor Charles II.
: rerr wealthy could afford to support an receive and combine to charter a : ; Those desiring to purchase will find it to their advantage -
The efforts of Stearns, McLin ,&, Cq.. proportionate attention. pro on a 'bid in' the adjoining room, for tenant-Governor, Norman J. examine this unusually large and attractivr

idle servant; while now nearly the en- to keep Meacbam in the, field, and aU Hour city is content to remain a mere per steamer and secure an exit for their sprang up'' and ran into the store and Coleman; .1.1 apt t a uses.

; lire female portion of the negro population the time with constantly waning place ol Winter resort and nothing else, productions through this line .of steam lound Mr. Barton lying with bis clotheson The Democratic Convention htd'at a

are non-producers in the most com, the then.we may do very well.with existing ers till we can obtain a Hue direct from fire, Some neighbors came in and Dover Del., on the 28th inst. A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF
strength, by restricting Republican! I carrietihim into the hopingthatthe .
of the word and i it .stu'e John D. Cochran for Governor and Jas. ''
prchensire sense ,
facilities in the this
of city.
I nomination colored and way rain but
ehtirely'to ml'n. transportation might lle'wmJ: Williamson for The BUGGIES, PHAETONS AND
would to-day be a gross insult to l insinuate which extinct. Mr. Bronum was Congess. platform
season bring badly
this in direct contravention to the expressed every ti us more denounces the bill, and denounces OTHER
;, that followed Jefferson County Politics. nnd'tbe of }lr. Barton's child in chi CARRIAGES
they ever the plow or wish and dtrvctiou of the: party travel than wu can well accommodate.But eyes the Congress enlarging .

handled a hoe in the cotton or corn fields. lending so 'great 'plausibility, ,to the Jacksonville: ever to become a Here, as .elsewhere, the reports received j jured.l:- jurisdiction of the.Federal courts 'ofof ?. .O f the latest styles,

; And when one considers that of the four Democratic assumption.of the necessityof centre of trade and business ou a large from other sources, do not agree ,General News.' the District of CoIumha as a base' attempt FOR LIVE'RY'SERVICE.

million slaves nearly one-half were fe- scale the rate.of its" and with the statements found in the' official ; to public press f ,.xV.. -.' s'," r. ,: .
"a white roan's is not progress the. .
Party only The resolutions of the Democratic whwiabefurnisbed
On the 29th S ,
; males and that of these fully I nine-tenths Saturday Augusta "
I operating thereby to insure theT, 'election certainty of its growth depend upon the oran. Private Cubt' dvict's recivei in Convention at August 28th,
were field-hands the reason why, the large Republican meeting was l'l in New York Plate that Ptsbrrg. AT SHORTEST'OTICE
of the just
of the Democratic ticket in that District, development agricultural capacities hcfvr tbl tat- In Vermont l reported to TIE
Monticello nt which while all the time tIc of which 1'
have reached the was won by
not yield Ignora .
crops average of the whole State! and 0'' have been defeated I C.'Dennison
but is constantly jeopardizing the success especially by OS IHZ
he wanted was granted to Pu man, it Cubans, a Spanish) ; captain pf the regulars AN .
: produced, before, the war is apparent. the River and Lake regions naturallytributary a- trong Republican* The" Legislatureis.'overwhelmingly .
of Walls in the second District. left the. ci taking vith .hhn,two
"' Evcn was only with difficulty that Meacham .. MOST REASONABLE TERMSo
time _
at that not more than one-
to the ltpubJ c-n.
city. the of natives
mostly ,
the attitude of the the two
Again so "
:: twentieth part of the arable lands,were fact prl'sen.ts'itself could secure a hearing at all. The resolution and parsed c.walry Cuban denounce the Republican,party;, declare -;- -- .
significant that with army.When
called "official the ,
Republican organs that prosperity can only be restored to MR.G, 2.!. ER1TTAIN andrgcr.
that been the the whole ray &
under and adopted published. opened i aw
r cultivation was Sentinel ar.d Inion, claiming as such the exception of orangesthe production; ha ua.tlc.i advanced :the country by the restoration ot the : .an :always b r ready
planted produced but a per centage of of fruit and that Spanish, nora to .Democratic to Co att.d t bln appertaining t the CuIDb
while the of vegetables. has stead meet tb Cubans. 'Tho latter laid' party: power; opjiose government went. ,. .
party.support, party C IllLE'NY.
: what it have if A Good Potato.. of lunils railroads
might yielded a thorough ilte grants ; .ej'fsithe-i6.Jen
ily.diminished for ;last three Into which the former ,fell
nominations, is operating to disorganize yearsand nmhuscudt ,
La and improved method had been adopted and divide the throughout the solely on account of the lack of thenecessary D. R. Unwell, of Oak .Grove,Jnear I and were either cut to' pieces or flejl. the furor economy in thl imini-tniti. the claims of -
iu Its cultivation. Again the tide of emi party has sweet The Cuban, commanded l ; government; recognize
facilities of Riverside, sent usjn a to'l ;army was 'y I PROPECTW
solilivrs and sailors widow and
State; and so far as they have influence'oondncttd'and 'trln prtion. Pt the Spanish to. tt orphans :
gration small,and all that have arrived Such facilities, to be ,assured ring 18 inches one way and .the captainreferred: ; favor, speedy return
,.:. : there do not make up for the loss of the owned as they are, by to allow our farmers to expand seaon their other, weighing above seven pounds The Atlanta Herald admits the, utter. i payment,,arid denounce civil rights to.pteie I: NEW 'YORK. WEEKLY HERALDCORDCHT

leading State officials are creating and absence of contest political principle -'mixed school for white and black chlr- --
women who have become non-producers and from the draw since June any
at with
operations ones
.4 '. stimulating the bulk of the Republican gown BENNETT:
- :I since the war. Besides many of the among and .is not only nel'oItdegreeot'confidenc" the 15th i year. Transportation in the pending contest, as follows; dren.The .KOaa_ .
patty jealousies suspicions ssry English system. of postal 'tele
: new-comers are mechanics, or have growth and increase of this branch cheap and direct, will make. ,the cultivation "The struggle l "at the South is not'one ,
/ ot the most dangerous character.The ot graphy is reported to have a decided .
l between opposing political. It M lro\et Broadway
: been employed upon the various railroads business but it gives'the only means of the sweet potato a profitable bus. idtas. 1 failure. and''Srtds.T4 '
animosity to the Republican nominees one in which the social welfare of the WEEKLY is.
s -:, and in 'the shops and manufac- is carried to such an .exten't that the preventing its diminution and reliri- ness for the whole'Stat. South ,is. jnvolved. Eitherthe: hiLcs Secrtar Bristow, under dnte of July at five CCDtpC HERAL. publshecCSa sp

tories. must be forced down the 19, notified the collectors" of price:-
'official ot the qui>hment. Interest in this matter bith of .
accounts '
!organ" politlrfl.llit1atfon must : customs 'and others that the act of December '.OneCopy fi
From this combination of circuin, Wrong Ideas. negro.,, or they subordinate' '
erto has consisted only in word TbrceL.cpies- 5
are not to be relied on by' the "good the of .
negra. It is impossible to bring the 31,1792 requiring name Five Copies. ITcCp.
- stance* ded cethe'fact that the
we greatneed and little has 'done. Editor New South:-The SavannahNews .
party that sustains them. The Sentinel been'actually negro'up to that sublime'bight which every vessel to be painted .on her sternon .5 is

of the South labor; therefore and Union purport, to be rejoiced ,at A large portion of our citizens oppose of a recent date publishes an the white man ha attained'; hence legal a black ground, in. white Jdter,has 'Any larger number cenu per,addressed Sr to three.names months subscrV

any movement that tends to demoralize Meacham's reported increase of strength any effort to ,aid in, the procurement of opinion upon the/.Third. Term question, enactments to compel an equality only been ''so amended by act 23. CrL3QcaCh.Aneztracopyvillbescntsoevcryclubotea, o
j or unsettle what little' degrades the white man without lenefit- 1874. to.aHow the name to be paintedon
iieyhavothat and the prospect of his ultimate success any means transportation except over as 1 an opinion; a'reglarJak Bunsby ing the negro.The with the,stern in yellow: letters, Tet copies to O ad.one J|J5, and
may be depended on,must result in disaster. the Bar of the St. John, from'a sincere opinion, by "A whose be1Ies one or'git number at the p
while from all other sources constant out, gloves. and Two et will be sent of twenty.
; We do pot intend to discuss this apprehension that such effort would endanger veins courses the blood of six generations ne ': c tie: WEEKLY HEXALO the cheap-
gains are reported for Parraan.' Of thetwo gro insolence provoked .a war, into O. WRIGHT the
question( as partisans, but we cannot refrain candidates the Floridian the ultimate improvement of the of noble ;o trons." Just' think which the Southern whites hare entered A. Terms cash i cn. sent by,maa win be

from our 'that a speaks as of it the of six 'stern and resolute in ATTORNEY LAW at the risk of the sender.
_ expressing regret follows Bar and thus mitt against- the prestige : concentrated chivalry purpose. AT A generous the WEEKLY HE ALD win be
portion of the of the : We have the'sword and thrown '* v p Floriculture
people of drwn' Horticulture
Others condescension appropriated
any and generations, lofty
of with
our city. Reeds Block, St.. ; :
prosperity Bay Jacksonville animals.
But, coming down to the clean rice is away the scabbard. To-day it is not, n Pomology and the management of domestic
:, Southern States have been'lO ill-ad vised Purman any different in these respects think that Jacksonville as a mere Win- volunteers an opinion I Imagine my: Are you' a. Democrat?" It is, "Are Win practice la the different conns cube Setae Collections Markets Particular ant will.b paid also. to Reports of the

as to seek a mode of redressing! their than be was two years ago when the Republicans tcr resort ha attained 'its full growth feelings,.who have, been accustomed to yon white: man, behievingthate'ven ss dromptly attended to.- 1IS Tam wul be to make the WEEKLY HEEAL -

grievances by combining together In a so enthusiastically nominatedhim and that its farther,increase and, ,expansion look, with awe upon ,a Southerner, of, this.country was built up and made p t.other agricultural and family ncwspape.*'
,; that and rallied to his, support at the powerful and by white men, L GUIS EMILE MOURGEON t Ct. will COSt*
manner, will. certainly array one will depend the home business !- even one' generation, or no generation prosperous EY of the WEEKLY Hwi.a
.; polls How is i ii that he is suddenl' upn. 10, must it be forever ruled by white < a story and the latest mostJmporta'aevs
- t race against the other utterly regardless lacking in so many requirements which resulting State. developmcnt at all, i he has-been- purified by a residence men." This Is',the real question and ,From Parts Isl Frn.DiD( establishment Foreman of)the; Staten by publication.Ie telegraph from a parts o a world up t the hoar.

l ofthefactthataslougutheya.emem. the Republicans have set up as a stand and particularly; the occupation on the sacred soil l ante-dating the all who-cannot answer it afratvelymus" NEW DYEING SCOURING ESTABLISH During the of Congress the WEEKLY HIIAID

I- bers of one community their, interests ard for their candidate P Does Meicham and cultivation in fruits an garden truck late unpleasantness. 'How' often, breast the storm a may... 'A METLc'a witt contain a I 1 from of the Waabwa.PubUc proceedings and t. lat <

i are in common. While the negro should avoid all ,the objections urged against of the River and Railroad regions( which bitterness of, soul, have I bewailed l Some of the legitimate fruits of a race : Gentlemen's Curtains-Wearing- Apparel, la.tS.Fashionables by telcgrapb An.Literary and Sportiat

- be taught the force of Purmac To press these questions homeIs Lc. Lace Shawls. cD Obituary fo.Vat;Aa'.,
binding a contract combination revealed'ln
r simply'to show the utter hypocrisy or farther occupation is already at a standstill misfortune of my birth in other climes were recent and' other fine ibr'mt carefully cleaned and dyed. Editorial Ankle o\p G t J-
1 and be made to understand that the law the Ring which is running Meacliam and ,and even going backward They; Why did an ovrlng'' 'providence. assasinaiion of prisoners in Tennessee.The ketatrects.FORSYTH. .STREJ' betwetaNewnasaud' Mar- a r Commercial of the Intelligence and'ae.a o 1*.

which gave him his rights did not, by to their entire want of consistency in their .a6t portant and fauercsdna events cubs wk -
expose believe that some immediate exit" for deny me honor of a blrright.n the,: Democracy, exulting adoption The HERALD agents country"

Any means deprive the white populajpon and principle. Aleacham ,from what,may 6 raised must be had or the sacred sand? Why am ,to of a race, party cry Cave not calculated A.BUESING,. 1 in distant cities epy n tor subscribers,as none r-arj
his and ignorance would pretending to be an
inexperience Any person a
of theirs his
__ 4,# legal position as a citxcu pliant tool in the. hands of the sources of legitimate ine8 for the be with them and not 01 them? With I upon the shock that will. be, produced Respectfully calls the attention of the cd and m t D HEXALB. should b treated .n C
; mn lIt not be disregarded. He should Stearns-McLIn Ring, and they desire his I' city are crippled., They do not Bee bow such vain questionings have I. 8mj-j in all ,sane minds by the inevitable chants It is t t e BKAUTirUL SAP Toilet Soap ever* sn Ilea I The is safe club and system cheap.l, t a

j be taught that his pecuniary interests election to make A break in that .'closecorporation" I' the passage of boats of light draught times been led to complain of,{inexorable -I results, of inaugurating! such a.contest .' made. b SP WuC.I.p i a bxe contain. 8 lbs The price of subscription. whenever praCt.It. .
Office Orders.
and : should be transmitted by Post
Kill advance in proportion to the In. urged against Walls, ,Pur through the InIandicbannel, promoting 'fate. ,I should be happy I couldhave' i ; The following I is* from the dispathes 9 bn.sod b safest mode of transmitting money by maiL .
man and Conover which has its counterpart BUESINO.Bo Offices in tk berefice Po .
crease of prosperity io the section ofF *7 T Al small Post country
-.--- _[ in the State in the'equltUy "close as it will the growth of the region upon been born even in Kentucky,near i of the Savannah New S.6 A .Jacksonville. aCORN Orders cannot be obtained,money may fin -re"

jconntry In which be reside: that if no corporation" of, Stearns McLin and which the city ,depends for'business In the spot where our late sclf4mposeticandidate A large meeting ot citizens was held Advertisements Registered Leuus.A,to a limited number,wu be-

u1v .corn II harvested there will be no bread Walton, and the Sentinel and Union,the I the future,.can conflict with the improve for Congress first saw the to-night! t express the indignation of the AND OAT$. In the WEEKLY HUALO, bar, a copy. **.
rmeat; 'that Jhfl receipts from coUon two paper which reap the ,harvest or meat of the On ) as light; or on .the sharp nod jagged community at the'barbarous murder) of: I Vlost received atarga stock prime com and oats anal Price subscription of DAlLY'HDALD price.32s always in adYaCS.k .
official printing. Bat those who could .ar. t eontr. Isoners. from 'Trenton, At W. LUCAS*.NEW STORE...
MI; depend upon the amount cultivated pI tke! jail,, JJ. ., 1 Write theaddraaoaleu.ntotboNswYouB-
; bring themselves to vote for Pnrroao in deeply interested as apT.In growth edge" of' South> .Caola.. highest. ,presided, with: ex-Governor i' ; Bay S l Laura; (AID.in a bold and legIble hand and five:" ;,
. 14i! that if there U little to 'sell wages will 1872,will scarcely find much difficult' of the city, they look upon this. as the mountain. With what complacencycould 'I. Haris.A.'Ests Judge Archibald Wright- "and ; each;subscriber of Post Office.CountT.55occtu. liable cst

aii Jiw low, and the circulation of money I In jrotlng for him in 1874, andthose who I II only .jray to -secure .that Increase of ten look..down. upon the "d-d-i Chares Clattericht. A Vice-presidents.. .,.' REMBRANT'. :J'. ,G-LY.PICIF'at,. -WOOD. & BICK.I plainly._thai no errors mailing. _papers. Hc4f.

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4 THE ,NEjar Tf:9UTl- : :SF' *{*I-! *\V. TiK x?rI -JACKSONVILLE. ,SATURDAY.! EBEICS 8: -: :'V- -- L -. :

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The arrangement necessary to 'secure A gentleman of this city was bathingin Many 011 rising n die monung compUla>of a bead- Y '

I = l84Relitfou and pleasure to the anticipated the turf the ache or feeling stupid. AgU -T chy< KJs engai l'h'1' : I
JktOUriKC.! StTTEMBEK 5. success at bar. He.was enjoying ksalaLavorita :
SAni.DAY from Tufts"Mammoth cars.allMchulcasantscs.tics. J. i \ JH --,5-5- --S .: ? .
bss ball,excursion to Tallahasseenext a'fiue Havana./ Not being .able to take 6tjtfjsOUjrTENTERPRISING' 5y -A. .
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I have been ,. ," : {:; 5- .
Directory.IL'adet Tuesday completed.Sir. oft his shirt and un Jer.1 garments he r ? / 'f'i: 4..1' r't ; I S' ,1''

this bead wewul yubfiJ.'every S *urday W. Lucas, President -of the Lee took'from his mouth the'cicar and laid 'QAS RETAIL PRIGS,PURRENT.X/ "
Friends Messrs.Gato;A CoVhave seemingly spared ao DREWvPARLOR '
vke amybe DAVTS: &
.OI'II!LA iwdxi'dod! FI1d1y41Jo rf S bksth **-) Club, has been energetically at woik it upon an old boiler. He then finished expense ta latrodudng the bandsomest soda fountain .._!Nh.conbca Buaerper DJ3SC, : S 5,. : 'J \ J.;'

.w by 4 o i the 'later details. A large himself eMl'up fa this It admired by nerraad a
'I J; iscopaLDiival$street lieaa1Sui perfecting denuding placed his garments City. Oa- 110i == :_ a.- !'' :

.c'WArkIt} H. Weller kc. >d II.y: services Ftiday.p .Udaft7.MZe I number 'of ladles.;.will Accompany ,the upon the boiler and bounded off to lave the sod from It fa pronounced t by' alt thela&cs, sobs I i i: u.i jt7'T S : ,. ,<" -.! u t ,.'.Jh-t -

*. ". ?II', \*I P.ye II.NMn'ioe; Nad., .&, a. excursion 'Wednesday morning the in old Ocean. Meanwhile the Bowes tbebesu -1 r. I ... 0' ,- _U,1Z .Stl1 .Ct1AlIBER.. l1S- .

1 jish* __Y.t-J doooI.a&' .r.iUc.II. .JoIioa.a II SaYic5jI 4n1,0cjy Duvals, of this city, play the 'Grasshopper of the>Gods,were at wort.-so. was thiigs.r. ICE CREAM Rio Coffee., ,3"%H*b.> _._; '1.00 '"- 5- '5- : ,. .;:! L..

,! bunday.I ... II.St That aO acknowledge lo be superior to any ever to be .
J..oltYillc" of Tallahassee lor the juvenile Whe he returned found that UaricaIboCo5se,31bs&z- .oo h '
? .' he
tast, a )1ctbdst ttb) N Eo comer bad fa this city previously) isto be'.obtained at the .

I :;E pd % wcc R*T"SIK.IK belt of the State. In the afternoon the he could follow the exumple-' Morde- Temperance; Keading Room at{L*FavrriU., 6-tjtC. J Yac&- "; "1bi. IoI.G; 1. t .'. \ MOSQUITO 'BARS, & :FIXTURES. SS

Bart..eonler<>f Church and Hopaa streets, second game of the series of three, for cai 'as for 'as ashes, were 'concerned. Layer Raisins S tt.tor........ 1.00 ". f r '"-'i'c-'i t|>
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fuwr. Service every Sunday -- : : r:-t" -.it,3-'
R rV W' VbbldCg. evningsts.c the champion belt of the State will be Walking to his bouse without any garments MARINE INTELUGENCE. iacaronipcrn'Ycrlcenaper .... '. '
, ** 'MiLTonary .Duval street,be- .5 5 0' S 'S :-4 0.., (1
J R". nNft. .' played between the Lees,of Jacksonville taught .him to be more careful : Ih,,, .
c twtCI'Cub ",'"W.COT11ft <*"'*and MFcala. and the Garden 'Citys of Tallahassee. where ho putblscIgar and clothes. ,No Swso. DAVIS ,
< l'ui'U. Early Naw at f>: High NUl at 10>. ,. FLOI"D4. Tapioca.per ."ijeV' FIANOORGANSF1AOS.Hiiing '' Clttmbs
] Vciipcr Father tS. Broollya.' S. Fairbank' reslur.c .. The train will leave here at 8'A. insurance.. : .- :iflALi.-' .. ..i"-. .r. .5-- ..J -C'' : '1 io-.S. VI. .J..'' V '.* _'\y_> .._*"ir*. SJ34C .Park Sun*. coraerttf .*Chamber?"l<*' *.
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; betUI"d..ent.w. CooIt'.IJ.l'aKor. :3&., and will arrive in Tallahassee atC -Sept.s.sch. Lucy Wright.. Ebey.Philadelphia..Sept. .pa' 'asNctated'myself with the largest Musk Suit*. BAY AND LAURA STRUTS S-ha .,''
knt.. \ ,\!.WnCf cI'iK a.d UuioD ,,. In Short.Maj.M. .3.sch. Elua J.Staples,StroUt.NC.York.. Younf Hr-Tea. CIIaaMcSuia.
"in Ibpt lltII fator.fc p. M. The-St. John's Club, colored, Sept.4. str. Dictator.Vogel. Charleston. per I"r 750 House IB the South I ua- now prrparcd to sell at unusual Part" fi".- S FL4. 5,'" Sma.- .1

trw t' B Simmon, R. I R. Marks Mellon ill i Is sch.Came Waker, Dunn.gi.a.&aMrciS. ,: krw prices lor cash or by small monthly payments Jtcctoimua.. ..
, .'" Methodist W hingtoa stree.t Rev J. will co on the same ,train and play the .- of P, Sept. 4, iungrca.per Ib nc' .' .. .... r' 1"v.
.. the 'Kaabe,HaDett ft Davis *Co.Haines a Bios.. :

6uu. } : Wide-awakes of the, capital. The fare. making, the. city'. ,a ,'isitc. 'Scl*. i,sch.;Ulri'caR, Smith..Smith';New York. : .Imp iil'TeaJ;per_Ib........ '.;." jt.oo. W.P. Emersoa aad'the Southern Gem PUnos; also, S l'.,!, "' SS ,; : .O.f"'i

The Lizzie. Baker. for'the n und trip'is, from Jacksonville, B. Ludekens hal opened a new Sept. l.str. Thomas Morgan. Payne.('.. Gun Powc Tea,per lb__ tan )f_a HamJill and Plonbrt.Prison ft Cot Organs .1 S I" ., ;. ,:', .1\.1

Xh> steamer .Ihzie' ? Bator has e1j sioslf ticket$:*.OO; gvntlemtin) Dtl lady. tonsorial .saloon: In, Baldwin's block Sept.Sept.s 4,.sch.str. Dictator Carrie S., Vogel We:b.Charlesloa.Aoman.New York., Ooloa .N'o, L..00 Easiest terms'ever given. Call sad see what I caa offer JoXAMINE'OUR. LARGE' STOCL,"
A s. fa the jnf superior'lastromeata and low S
Wiley. : per prices.
, Sept. 4.:.James Wall. .New Harea.(X way : of h : t "jf ,
,<, ",II'' off tilt lintiKtwton)Jit-re and Sa- $5..00; :t ntlemaii and two ladies, $6.00. Bay street -. f-9-tY J..ILocHLS. .- t t-.I
j Sea F_,per csn HI-.M... IIIII joe f- SS
'J \111' fur thrloc w..k".during which Lake ,City. inglc,52.50; double, et 00; The Dutal first nine 'will play the METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. :. 1 : ,4t :. j '
iboroegMy repaint.f Observation taken 't y A. II ... II.u4 o .. M. ,: Pine. Apples 4 cans.fry___, ttflt? CARD. ... ,
fee 2.00 A
double i Wednesday
lie jvHl Madison tingle, ; $3.00. Tallahassee next l' "
1 uai'(' 1 Grasshoppers daily,by the Si&na1.Semcc U.S:Army, fa.this city I < In' .IIf. S 101 -" 't .

f,. ,'. E. I). MwgJin, sMcwheel, Sfontieello Junction, single,. $1.00; on the grounds at the latter. I = .4,3 ,Peas.4 cans "*_-- _.-_, ...._. _. ; IM'Ip"" -' ... .,- JJOT10C. ; 1Ol-s .O'I .. ..io S '
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)lac l tbe Tomatoes b : --t .11'
on 3lb cans -- u. "
1s1MQ have 4 : i
double} coaches u51 .
.,1 l v .nnah, j' $1.10. Special Bishop Young of Florida is residingfor AuS' : ; .. ?. '.'.,f. ;, ,' d. .. To our Exchanges;Publishers:.i Printers.aL: 10. .DayS. .101. ;i''II. '

1 .outii Ur **** i 2 : a i ., . ,Fsa "5
j : and the colored l people. The members rTue. j. And all other goods in proportion at the tore of IU '81"l:
-.. New York.It I 5 9 -! 1 THE A SOS HARDY 101 101 .
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j of tl.is club will Lc charged only $2.00; of .. 19 3011 76 90' NE Fresh'6.40 Crd, : !<*! "'a :
'M. Govine JOHNB'ROCIIE. ioi'
V .t.'o jMilntil lo karn of the uIM'n .is reported .that Wed. ,* 7 30.10. 76 90 N Gentle,0.03 CTdy : 101 ",
thiir friends .
$3.00. .. Lat .
80 i NE Gentle CTdy JmprllYcdl' .
i'nto' the business a ]\ ; 0.05 101 101
i is
Cuba .
wife t>f going sugar .. ,.
d. at. ul Mrt lioMlov. The weather here has been so stormy 9 10.09 7S 95 NE Gemfe o.c 4 Cl'dy sOt leI U
of this vltjr.and ahuU. at Tocoi. Thu.. 3 7 0.10'' 77 90 calm 0.00 Fair PAPER- AND CARD CUTTERS.* 101 101 u '".
", A. J. DcnUojr. lately that the Lees have not had much : a 3008 80 78 E Gentle 0.06 CTdy 010101010 D ft D 0101010101lOlooooaoooooooooooooocolUl -
Hh of Mi. Ikntle8 mother at -M. A. Dzialynski, auctioneer; ,will oM 9 30.13 77 Sa E Gentle 0.00 'Cl'dy .4. '_ H f.: :. .It
.t': chance for' practice, but they and their; Fri. 47 30.11 7* 78 NE Gentle ooo dear I have retiuaec* th> maanCmiire.and sale of dIeM tOloo DAVIS ftDazw.oalOllOlOlooooooooooomoooooooolOt 1
K'hda1t'1:11(.". Up lo this time we move into.the store lately occupied by .q' & 84 E Fresh ,OM Fair "
l friends are confident of victory even.on ,a 30.10 Machines,with which ay name baa been so long Identified '.
mreiicd j.n mrlkulars a< to cause Mr. .Brown on Monday'next. Barometer correctjd_ temperature and '. ,and so extensively circulated for the?*& fifteen 101 lOloaoa 101J FvuraVM ooaolOl It' .
Jia t the Garden City's own grounds. The RENOVATED AND 10. f'.
CARPETS Jean and til Matkimf if momufacturt Mil 101 .01_ Wa.aurovia. voolOl .i- LI20)
; my
I'rirtids of Sire. Bentley Walker .
cfd-ath. Many -Tbe'5'hooner Carrie Dunn .
new uniforms of the Lee Club have ; kfrt/itr mrtJt u7 Uhutrottf fir- 10) ----.-..-- ,, '.ot ,. ..if1 S.

Ut-iJe of the f.ini51y will f\:1d1.rwbl been received and ne 'neat and hind- arrived last :evening,*. with cargo, of D BBINS &I'RSON-" 'M,de'to look like new. Alao.UHQ.LSTERING, cain,vriik my__,mmJoJJrtu in tlu catting.My ., 10)10) 1010101010Da.D'0101010I0J 18. 151: lOSt .': ...

htM |-kant and tharitalile: presenee. some. The members are highly pleasedwith ice to M. W. Drew. latest ImproTed Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER lOr JOI 101' 2sF'10. >'.
10. .0. .01
them. The bhirts are perfectly Owing to the protracted session of GUN .AND ,LOCKSMITHS, of,aH kinds done In the best manner. with patent moveable cutting board two aft-steel tern.pered 101 '1.1 101 lGLis--1

Races. :5 W. U. SH RH N.Cbr.1.aI1ra b.and squaring board still holds its post III J01 101 101 "
made of white flannel!, trimmed with the camp meeting, the grocery merchants and tion the FATOBITK Paris Ctrrrn AMONG Pmiirrns. _lOt .01 _101 In : tS t ,
Church as -
streets JacboDvme.l1Jd'
iTprescnUtive ( A red b.tnd, with a large led letter L'. on complain of dullness of business. .and the best.machine in the market for the low 101 lOS
43-Orders with F> hgott. Benedict ft Co.,or
the limes,together with a representative the shield. The pants arc also white, -Hon. John 'M. Forbes, owqer of 9-S At the lip of the BIG LOCK. with R. P., Moody will. receive prompt attencon. price charged for it. 10' .I101t_ 101. I

of tin- Savannah Jockey Club are in Your orders are respectfully solicited. S>::iw3m., Tin wit tmprmtd HarJy CfrJ' Cuttn,is lot '. '
with red stripes; belt white and red, HUert-ide, has been. entertaining President -I t pronounced -III' .ism :
will RS. ABBO'lT'SBOARDINGHOUSE the CuD Ctrm in the : -. '
that MOST 41j
Uisinecs pmbally 4
town on M Trunks and valises at Body's.J .
and red and Forbeli' -
striped white blockings. resort
Grant, at summer on
market for the general uses of a pnotiug office 5'J ,"t riHE
result in an arrangement to have the IS NOT CLOSED. -
The cap is the jaunty base ball style, Naushon Island, about twelve miles from I Tkt: vtll-lentvn Ruggltt Card Cutttr,,with,my : ,

Spring races of 1875 (January and Feb- and with a Malta cross, in thecentre.. Martha's Vineyard. AH reports from unfriendly sources to the contrary .' latest.tmpi oremenu,;1s still preferred by many print. FINEST AND BEST SELECTED :

) ht-M at the Moncrief Spring race ; notwithstanding -Boarding-house of Mrs..Abbott .5' and holds its favoritism over other machines.Foe "
ruan 1m
Tha scorer's cap his a, blue button instead ,-"Unto usachild js bqrn." At half In St.Augustine is still open and as u.'CSal..m offer i. HOLLAND, .IN THE SOUTH' r1;
coar-f uf thU VIt IJ'. the The whole suit is quiet and comfortable quarters at reasonable prices to sixes and prices see illustrated circulars.. ,
of < .C. ,
cross. in the Ancient m ; g'. I .
-- -- past two Yt lcr morning, Mr. Zal.h.arias all sojourners City. ._ 0-5-1 WATCHMAKER AND 5'S- '
.Shipped direct.from the factory to part of the .
very handsome. There are ten suits any. S ., :, :. -.;
Singer Sewing Machines. became the happy father of a little BOXES JEWELER country. '. ... .
"Eliza from Dr. J. D. Palmer will umpire the 'Mother and child well. ORANGE c"' J. i -- ,'T:: .. > ,, ,Orders and be filled waiLAddress Parior' RICH/1.LA1N' '! r'Suitu.
Th'' M'lj >ner Sttp1es, girl. doing v solicited can by return > ,' : '. '
:ame. A committee from the GartlenCityd I, have material ufudent to make near 500 orange # Corner Tine and Bay Sis.. j S Parlor4.i : If );. I i Suita.i'ChamW ,
Jseo: Vmk, pow discharging freight atVKUM'S at'tht The camp.meeting held across! the boxes. This material is made of uniform size by machinery 5 : ,'" ISc.,:itJ
will the excursion ANSON" HARDY.
I meet making a box which win hold two hundred JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
{ whirf, brought scvcntyfivcca river has been, ,transferred to the A. M. average sired oranges. Will be sold cheap. Suits.SUBSTANTIAL-: "l cbrbar- ,!
Auburndale.Mass.WANTED. .
dcjiot. the Boat ol A. G. CHAPPELL.Bay -: ajeotem
above named mSf'hine'o:1sin'd Apply at Shop f .
of the n QlteeUbCafSuits.
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IMoncrief- E. Church in this city. The humidity of Bay street,Jacksonville. .Parlor FURNITURESum* S :,

to< the agent. Mr. Frazier Spring. the atmosphere was too much for out- ,- New Jewelry, Clocks, WatchesDiamondsPlatedand S 'S ,: '.4L,

busings this fill and istlitf ,. !. MATHER. FRANK E. !iTrLE.r' .! A lady of several years'experience S 'J'j'.ji. ; "
rneai-i! _
The anxiety on the part of a number door religion .' in teaching the usual English branches. French .
: mined his patrons shall'! linJ no MWIVW .'J Solid Gold and Silver > ; and )Music wishes a situation as Teacher in a school S ,4' c' : -t-)
of persons in c,4)bflOCiOuwith, and at -How transitory are all things here or private family. Reference given if required. !
fault so far as stork to chooSe from and Ware, etc. Address Mus H.L.,Charlie Hope We are prepare to offer our' stock at' S
work fu!.the Moncrief Spi ing Company below. Nine attendants on the camp Brunswick Co.Virginia.A *
CO. 7-35-3! 1"1
L. low
wait prices.fc
to :
cruUemauly ernt'al.canvassers upon I to bn considered the originators, and meeting were. brought. .. to this city .Mon. '-I -N .,AMV* S" -remarkably, ;, *-S ..' ;;.., ..: ,! .:.1'! -

them is con( moving spirits of the enterprise""; has'In; day in 'a..tran e. "DIAMONDS, PEARLS. AND JPRE- -yr usic.;H AS CHARMS,i iP : .-. ;, h-s --

Dockray. ducedusto make inquiries as to who -That 'concise, straightforward re J"r -rr4 n ,:t.; f' lvi'-- S -S '-.o; -5---- : ( 1/;

. in fact is entiued to the credit claimed while the i' ij Mill rUjv"STATIONERS'l)1i L !:.F. l : i 5- S' .: S S :t 'J31.
Dort" .
\Ve find the appended news concerning : possessed sundry errors,

and, as a matter' of general news for ; 2 1 r. DAVIS & DREWtv
labored effusion" '
poel'uail was
the Tress
Dwkmy in dhpatchesdal appreciated Initial'Letter, 'Jlfonzgramj and I"C ED: E'D. .
R E' R U C .. 1a4w44.
d Ole 2d llfot: our readers and justice to the party and read by many,.more persons Fancy Ergravin.done inan ., .;W' ,' h _. : '" .. -

A letter dated Havani August 28, to whom credit is due, we give the following than theproseyone.; ''We tIdn have a : artistic" i. Manner' > .i... ., -. .-. ". ..- .., .: S S -DLf.LZsIN' S ;i. tAn "r .*"""a

tnOn th' 19th int>t. an ordr was facts: professional ball reporter.in our office.A A1BooksellernxrV1' n -- ." ,_ ', .. .. r' .
Fi i1eri .k in the About the late Sirs. O. tina TURNITURE, CARPETS,
gi\eo (o \.ut < Dockray one year ago THE BEST IN. TaE :WpRLp.L .
with his 'MATTRESSES WilliE PINE.WAL- .
recent writer a man Standard time Cnronometer'rated .. .w ;
says by : "
chain' gang; uiih chain UD Ms Ieg 8, L. Keene, just returned from, a ride HI 1" t t. S .. ..',,' wLb: ,- :.... r sad CEDAR LUMBER,etc.
book has idea of its transit ,. NUT. ,ItACKSOVILLE. :
w.'luch iriu accordingly done. lie was, first an, exaggerated -. __ by ;: : "J !r >- ( 5"-' '
through the pines in the. neighborhood .,1.1i" It .<: ': . '. '; ': .J"
110\\ tan-d the of LtriM and of his "He is likea observations. :
oi r indi-rnily own. "
} importance \
1 P- s '-T 9 ,' r' ,
of our city called the attention of Co!. S I > J- ) : ,2 ,. .
the; T' r '
work with -
.st'ut into public sU'odio -t"
mari with A boilonhis nose. The affair /1 )7 i /- WIL U,. L A S.T AwLlFET.IME., : ; .
the balance of the (.h>ir. jranjr. All T. W. Inborn our x-U. S. Senator, to .f 10. J 1. y- iAcurr ; < -S '- ; (1 .
fills-a large space in his consciousness FLORIDA 1. ". -.*-.i,'H ; .w .a"1.t : ,. -, ; white of aJt IJadi Bucy's
and goods
communication with whatever friendelit the existence of what she considered a JACKSONVILLE, '.' ;.' vo.TBI CXUCUAT BoaI-AITDCoovoisin : I Swiss mnsfin .. .,II'
had at Puerto 1'iibcipc was denied !."', WATCH. ., : ., t. ;, ; r 1. ,:; :T- t 'd' I '
valuable mineral spring, about four .. ...
; .him, and on the 2Gth he was *-li"i>jcd off I If. is .gettingshavcd in a -c--. i ; ."\ : ; FOR SALES OR kENT-CJTY.- : .
a. man .
miles this The Col. #
trora Xuevitas for l1t.lLtlt.\\"hcre 'he arriveiliLia from city., next toy "* HAVE JUST REMOVED TO THEIR NEW ,&.. .' o'ppSHONINGER .

JB*>rulrj;. He was forthwith Osborn in company'with' Mr. Turner. barber shop. and a fly alights' ,upon his AND COMMODIOUS STORE'ON/ S' .'- -v'4

H'.t; to Cabuna: lurtres prior to bun 2i visited the spring and the, Colonel at nose, and he gives his head a twitch to FOR '03C'ALA?. ; ., 'I .-. 01' TXI .mau.TiD ', : "- '.. : SALE. J..J.f'f.
: $ FOR
nt Ie. Sham which will robably', te oo that time ; and remo" 'tbe'fiy, during which the barber f f- -. "- *.f.tfll' J.
suggested enterprise a fllAURA _
BAY STREET, NEAK AND OTHn i. d r- ) i i. ,
the SUth. As et no one has had communication ', TeeacieroflaadonthellnglRasd,0017tw0rienfroaJnckoavills. '
> removes slice J of the man's ear who i is *
with him programme of plans for a company, : -. a'Y : ORGANS This land i. : -S
to blame ?.the man; or the barber or PLACES 'OCKLAWAHA RIVER .. S -ili.-;
have been and % 5
precisely as they are WHERE WILL BE FOUND A 5 '- ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THEjtf

and will be in all the fly, or the ear, or the razor P J&/ IN DAILY U.SE..
Monthly Weather Report. now being, probability 5.AND COUNTRY.
"e tic furinhetI with the following carried out to completion by the pro-seat Another yacht i is to be d toadde the S --p-. f ,,- -Klfel ;' FRUITS OF ALL:KINDS ,.' "
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: monthly means of the barometer, velocity company. fleet of pleasure crafts upon the St. .--L -, .: india beautifijy'located for BUILDING LOTS. 'For'
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: of with! aud amount of rainfall with The day following this, the first visit Johns river Mr. A. G. Cbappel the OF The-best musical talent of the cou4Yhrsctrgans. mrommfnfl price ud um,apply, -.". .

i the prevailing direction of the wind for of Cot Osborn, Mayor Jones, in com bo builder_ is the-owner, and he 'expects fsVATIONERS SUPPLIES,' -STEAMER.. ;PCLA. ,AHA.' ,. .. The nicest:and' -1'best., .' ,More" for. your S at WEBSuxt Wallace's MO!,n S
": the month ol August, by W. U. Simons, pany/with thc. Colonel, made bis I tu have her jready Jor Inn by the .115 ,,4 t f. _-I _.1 .. .5*".* "*. -' ** / *' \ .'' S money aad"gives.kUer..U1WuUoIi. than any otherS S orbyletter.careA. WAJJJU3.' Jacksonville.. "ThrWn.S 'f -.M
CaPC MT. A: SHAWf / S "j' i- "' f a.' T t t 'I S S
., Signal Ol>*crver, in charge hre: highest first visit to the spring, when the plans beginn'ng: of. winter. Size 27 feet long now made.':They comprise the . : x
, barometer 30.199 the 19 Ji suggested the day before by the'Colonel THAN IS TO BE FOUND IN : \VILLiLEAVEJACKSONVILLEEVEXY S ;J>;.
:. on ; 1"w.1 by 12 feet beam, and to be cat rigged. 1' 1.1' I .Latest stv'e straw aad silk hats at BuckyV
' .ct.i Eureka Concerto Orcktstra and.. Grands. .. .
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>>t,29847.onthe3ith canvassed in full and it was determined MORNING "I
di1rt'rl'nl'e. 2
:; ; ; were The match game.between the Jack THURSDAY : J

I\ 1 highest ihermoiuuter,. KXJ. ;. lowestCC"t' to undertake, the. nTerprise 8On'-&'lst nine aud, .the Duval's 2d nine, ANY OTHER HOUSE' IN'FLOR i-':,;" ". AT 8 O'CLOCK. -;'',"r.':"..;, ,.-' :F.OR' SALE' 't! .,ru t_

:'.J: dI1l' 1'"H'e. :313; t )tal rainfall, 6.89 iucbus -I Soon after the Moncrief Spring Company came off on the grounds of the latter on IDA, '. ,IjIIZn1pOStja1d' to aiy' S BY'A J ROSS. -. I.'i

Cu) Osborn made 5 : GEO. R. FOSTER Agent Illustrated Catalogues seat
; prevailing wind Xorthca;Jot\11 was organized last. The : i j '
Thursday afternoon game was i' la this city.nefthborhocj trst-das, OB south side e*

' nnmlwrot miles.traveled 4,880; maximum -; 'resident[ XJol.' Bisbec, Treasurer; well played on both sides i and at the end ''! '.c kvilz.rJ7ridm.; DI,ciA .I, address upon application to: Ashley street, between Fins and Laara wuhiu orn*
feet from off
t Jof AT PRICES 1PEflNGWhTH' PRICESCHARGED 1 block of the St.James Hoed.aad ty -
vtWity of wind, 21 miles'-p: .Mayor.'.Jones,' Secretary and Superintendent the 'game the'Tscore. 'was as follows: CARD.- S '.:. 'B. SHONINGER & CO., the best boarding-houses la town two two-story -_, t

I' hour, on the IGth; number of cloudy and the plans for the enterpriseas Duval's 2d nine 21 outs and 14 runs; FOR GOODS OF THE SAME ( SISTER: FRAME HOUSES. .

days, 1; numht'rotrainy days 10. originally suggested by Col. ()$born Jackson's 1st nine, 21 outs and 10 runs. DESCRIPTION' IN NORTHERN"CITIES JacKsoimux. ,FUL., March pit 1874TJHE .- :', L' New Haven. Coon.TVVfORRIS change adapted or to expense.sittde.or Each douhl..t having!six De rooms mo,below wbhrnrt 5.n-

---. adopted entire. These planswithout SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPAN'4 eluding two kitchens fa L attached tain house and
Y-' Scorers Center and '; DZIALYNSKI
Umpire. .Moore A with
Personal. ; J for ,., four above; six closets below and four above,
interference or' f b few days appoint a State Agent Each fceaenhavuig
scarcely a' suggestionfrom Drew. a fire-place fa each room fa mate house.
Mr. J. H. Dove left E INVITE and dnvawav .
for Williamsport, two toot aad two back entrances.
any officer or member of the com SAT ,: : : Florida.. la the meantime I win conduct. Its, manage : :'' AUCTIONEER each side with piazza acres the entire Tree.
Psnl1., last -Mr. Warrock's new'stock of fresh f *" oo
Thursday the train.: lie. 1 feet 10 1M frost
OF the
"--ATTENTION extending round eorners twenty
Jones :
Mayor as Superintendent, ..' .
will be aWat three or four weeks. pany. candies a matter of favorable, coinuientby "- -' some. .' "b' doors ako round the entire L. with Walk saws height
has 'and Intelligently -- \ i" .AND. Sect back IB the double woodbOudS$52otet -
faIthfully, energetically % of piazza running thirty
A. S
directed care Henry _
communications to
children who me. S
all little and big _
returned. carried and is carrying out. COMMISSION MERCHANT .
have sweet tooth. Moro delicious r L'Engle 'Secretary of tie Jacksonville Branch Win 'A WELL OF ,GOOD WATER., .
Thin a ) .
and eradiated when he left for the 7 ; I. \ ) f' .' .t ." .. brick aad sink
feet of L curb
within five
North, he now returns}ooking hale and Poetic 'Prose and the Union kinds or a greater assortment, seldom itever receive due\ .AB linda'of'merchandise received oa consignment attached.pomp with cemented drain fifty feet taj cess pooL
: of the AND THE .PU UC ENERALLY, TO OUR '. '* sold auction or sale,' These houses within forty feet at each other.1*
the public' and at private are
hearty with his Union 'n mpted palate : H, MILLER i
digestive organs in fine And Mill the men not happy. AND'SOUcfr f j. J,' I complete order, throughout, having been eecead7
,I working order. Welcome back, Harryi. They continue to quote from that baseball -For Mayport, on Sunday .morning STOCK J_ TRADE.. f ; 4-i-tf % *. *- 'GeaLSupt.of Agencies. I Every description 01 goods entrusted to me b,sale half painted loc-the and eastern repalrd.occupy The uig western the west one half-occupiee ft a full n

Mr. H. 11. Carter of Belfast, Me., report and insist on calling it'!' poetical. at 8i o'clock1,the steamer Silver! Springs 9"11 wihlbedispcw.cdcaz lot.upon which is a lawa,with orange,powthALen prach and Ie
CENTRAL SALESROOMSAN and vine*.alt trader thruty
who is building the large yellow pine ." Wrestling with this Idea they Capt. Jones'says will give all who ,THE BEST FIGURE POSSIBLEto north,side grape of ForsytK 1trCeI..1Iccwcca Market and

, I Bon ton hoops and bustles at Bucky's.IVERY ... 1" Liberty a twostoryndhalf thirteen rooms
schooner at BrockV free bath in the surf at..Pelican -
bhipyard. left on the : publish extract and forget to punctuate. go along a built fa 1870 by the present owner and occupied by mma
GENERAL and accurate returns
:111 steamer City IVmt for the North. He They try it again in their next issue and bank. We know, of lots, of people L ,SALE AND,FEED STABLES -AUCTION- :AND HOUSE.' the owner,.and prompt a private street residence mod fifty,two having and a fixer half feel fort on.Adami frontage onFonyth

will shortly return with bb finally mix things worse than ever! How those who need such a bath, and recommend : PALMETTO BLOcK:. distance between reels twn hundred and tea feet with
i and
do eu water
'. Bay Street Dear Laura. Jacksonville. Fla. lane ciueza baib oom, pantries. >
: which are now at Belfast. men would suffer at a Plymouth prayer-. them: fo :, ,JACKSONVILLE.FLAT. J-3m on three floors including oaaD tot mraiaire. AS
situated en high
4''bea the above mentioned being ,
Mr. 0. L. Kl'cneIl'fL, for Kew Yorkon meeting They would fancy that Moul- .-"" lovely Susan stooped to folly, PUBLIC SALE every SATURDAY ft I 7-swtf DEro LUMBER YARD. ground considered as_pnyeity' 5

the steamer Point ,;And found that Bessie would betray. ': THE cuT
City yesterday, to ton'a humorous remarks were offered as"poetical" HEALTHTAS ANY PART OF
She shrieked shriek and swore by jolly.That SALE. AND BUILDERS circulation of air -all time.WB
purchase at
L-g: Fall btock of Here Is FOR CONTRACTORS having good and free
goods. supplications. another ** _.
she could whip her day. the
, any be sold for CASH at I very low figure a*
Hie-hard McLaughlin,'signal officer at jingling report, for" ihew/ to RIVERSIDE HOUSE 1 t WILLVINO desirous ot acu1&Dc up. For particulars *ppjy *o the
; .
this ASSORTMENT OF ova A. J %\ >>*e-;
, station returned from New York *' rassle." FULL .'
TO RENT JACKSONVILLE. FLA. JacksoBVule.Fla.,July,1(74- ,

Thursday, after. a thirty day absence. Is it worth while, to be.forever bray. For the ,_ilia'. A large faraishca room OB Bay TheboitaadmostsziUb Every Wm la the city Wen adapted.for a fine private read.,**'* irsI-' DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER, Also for by rooms same each party corner,tor tale Laura or rent and'two Church small xnctt.oueeaof .

ing about .our neighbors, ,lest others street. Apply at the office of aa bot found at the anew of the undersigned.,tbf class boarding house. Two stories with mansard rsol.i MOULDINGS- AND SAWED 1 and near the St.James Hotel. .
Mrs. Henry Clark. ..-* -' 'TH New Son. Florida Home,coroer of Cedar and Forsyth Streets; i 18 steeping rooms t acre land 4* orange treaThe PINE SHINGLES I AD the above named property I. very desirable for
The might be sajingThey; know'atIiing Horses boarded. and well cared tot oat reasonable SorE 1OcaI- and cheapest piece'of property fa this Northern visitors. ; ,:
following sketch of the life 'and I terms. Prica bKludin hout |t.oo worth of far- CHKAP TOR CASH AT
or two above the common rabble; and iOlt RENT.A lor purposes always oai hand.W.H.AVERY.. lc3Zty. fa and two .
character of tho late Mrs. Clark we ei- I ," Strong teams hauling. allure, f 10,000. ..half cash. balance one -

tract from we, drove back upon our ',. virtuous gabble famished room, centrally .located.. Rent low. -' year*. ;THE DEPOT LUMBER YARD. ,u.u suit Buck, setts.. ;, -_. '
f .
in the ,
obituary Baltimore
$ \
Bit*of ,*' must say *' Good friends, those Apply at this office. .' Jacksonville.Ha..May 30. & 74- .r.tuIl particulars a4dnM '. i Lumber delivered fa all parts of the dry aad vicinity #
the 29th pf August: I A.F.: and at all landing oa the river, at low rale. All ordeTsrecavsproapt.Pt.1inIL '
b.Oarh are sour or rather,:they are not HUBBARD, I'1a.Jf ARD.f : -J
grapes ,
.of "* daugho( Jacob and Rachel THAT SODA FOUNTAINIn S.kMUEIA Jacksonvilk LOUISI.-' BRUSHncb.avilkJiUT1. C ">; :: ;

Grci. D. I.1Dorc aa lin.aa Nark_ 10 S.C Right,Il"At.thC 8 such as friends like you should gather.: the. lA Faswrila dgar store is admired'by.. Fia. not sold by November Sit.the Riverside House .6.II,. Oaandaft- the first 5- "November ;';rt

clli&teal the aut of m. obituary.be1nc IkpdMd ace And forced to screen our dullness, we -"II facksonvillti will be kept during the-"winter"a* a first:.private S '"
517 death of"1aOther,brca. boarding bouae FURNISHED HOUSEI S "
gnrd&a s ofher& '
.7. She uniteeS III step tip and say, They art a ass." then SELECT PRIVATE. BOARD
lule her chanoacr d BUY ybUfcSELF: HOME. and Dealer in r S

*c anhuod,1Il:.a1tt Her the yoinh tIOIickudc and aany fIf.a ycara&nIIJ dn'tJut cl with resonant bray, slosh round and imitate A VitLATB ost St:John't rkcf Is nereJ for sale. -, i 'Importer. ; ." FOR OKAHUMKEE EUSTIS AND,, GRIFFIN, J.a.o.mu.a, eaa be bad ra the 1a.JJr of Coionat. M.low.Mnrdoca .

tIniag 01'ere Ler..Ii.IiI, ACriIicc4 to &be Me and the royal forest king, then swallow One claM most desirable places la the Tidnity of Jack HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL HARRIS. SALEX House.'* Funytk'street' .,'between Liberty" ..' ,
brathei. Sbc had &be b&acs. III _will about S forplanting EOR and Washington. \
containlnf mS acm acres ready :
=:dIea aIlI cr10 .snhood, two of &MIa down a" .pony" sausage or some such and POCKET: SILVER SPRING, BOARDERS' k "i:* J ,,'
wi&It .
the .
the IiIICftd for narficuhn,apply at counting-room ,
cbanocaer of the his plantation
& The Bwlenigned. latendtigTO wmove to ;
and. to
Its hard do these
!con.i ted a btiop. ra the tal' thine. very, very to c.rTlla. ; Sonic..Stf. j: CUTLERY. % And other Landings oa the, Ockiawaha Rhrer.. will sell his residence on Adams Street near the sariafactoilly nccoaadat4 ;'.'
i ,. Henry Oat_Jdt things; and then t to see the smiles, the j SLJ..aadGrudNadoulHoceis. 1.orArthermnSnmado.1 u this office.or.r'- 5 -

sSsSSg,0 Make aMy -at I CIGARS ..Nails, .Gin;, Putty, Class, Paints..Oils,. -'- u.s.SANTORD A..ONES.atNsidaa.. .
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J'IIabIc ad I0SDJI4 hGS-: winks, the incredulity of men, and hear : ( "_, . Apply 10 J.Co .. / > -
Muse .inIIea.bos* briIh& ..-damatic 'ucI' of their own winnfarmrccan r. '- .cSuari&. Mara> 6. II 74twtttf .1: S .' .
? !r.'4sg her them after pleading to them like alawyer. LEATHER BEL'1'L a.RUBBER PACKING. _
raCticli.Catholic say, .
made SteamerOKAHUMKEE '
-1I t.Oo.cfa pdy always be h*d.a better article and at lower price : Mayor J. C. ey. hetai ft DaleS. 1)w G
(rin k new boaie. She wu to the aoaa impowritbed III d.e .- Pshaw! beneath your borrowed than any othet place U the" city at Gab_ & Cds L* -*' STOVES. ;TINWARE.. CROCKERY., .'.PUMPS. .1; -. S A4L.'Rjcz.MaiItr1: Rubber aad ofl suits at BuckyVA \. .H. Norton % .L. Rubomos.S. ,
IeIIM "IIn.'d'
of .
& ckisde
-S.- .FJ.
lena cI.wd mind sad noUn acid: robes we-Sawyer--Elks. F..w l; -IJ1I -; ; "
fIllierI: IhIIId,Catholic. hbc Ii-S J.&be ace'' Lead and Iron Pipe I Y mommg N. MARl v S -
..".. fu16U JIcr d 1II BUILDERs.AND 'CONTRACTORS : ', 1 Winleave. bo.. .IIk'' CYU''t1I6JtsDA'.,. '- ,.. for FLORIDA VIEWS*
H"a 7te3 ?C' Her Ii".-&wida w DOORS.SASH.BLINDS.MOULDINGS.SyGAR! at S'dock. GW'Jt TOSTERAgcas.'jacksonvlUc SOLICITOR OF PATENTS". [i WOOD ft BlCKLtfS ':;
tau let 22- -J lo Irij-Go4. bae 'The schooner Eliza J.'Staples,of WU fcnd *COtItpkt. aucrtm DiX>f lumber dressed '.t. ..., .

.y laIaUut: f.4 ud a8Iiac4 habad'and Philadelphia arrived here this week and undnrtsH.mouldings;shingles etc..at the Depot Mills Evaporators &. .. .- I ,J1aJatJ-,' 1'7.F.FItJIi ..-. i jij Ida.0 street,N,W..Washington., IX C. '.
-bt tit 4eepI the lou 011 earth of chc Limber; r4.: at'Undinp ,1 A rKLiTS Photogiapkie-Reos ar*
y & be cJcIIMI'eCr os far FlAy Douar NepatnC.ry. .
: llaPPJ tlpiric.wbida foniW loaded with railroad iron for Ji.P.:; ft H jOrders Jag'7'z, end Tt* i ifAi Patent procured WOOD P.'lideIILer.. ::.t .--
aao. Cat-rating. .11 i S S
: ask faformatkw. h'
a lLt.aad fiIIeI4 Jt die. .. the Rtrer recclys e pecUl.attention*, < ;. : ham Ncy. i it .Write c -: r .
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: ), .-:. ;;1:"1 1 your crops. In iny: article Instated SIMMERTHE ..,' ,. I _. ,, .. .. ,.
t > > THE ,,'. I'II ,-.: '.": 'i : -
p. Road Commissioner*. that John iIcKimey pfes
: : In my previous article on Road Com at .one of the road me tingsfwith "" "! .: tKIA: 'I'S! 'Y.I: : N .91 S BANK; '

: rnissioners, I gave a full and true state. a bill for labor on \'roadWpw : : .

howe AG.A.IJNl .RIUMpHA.N : ., ..' '. .ANflIiREAL .ESTATE ..EXCHANGE.i" ., -j p -
ruenf( jnKe n anner in which the roadmoney'has note how ). ffi .eJptaihs.and I I .,, J' ", / 1. '

I, been sqandercd; I avoided wiggles Xnd beats atoorid the, bush.: :' :. ': ; : ; : .ifrii1 D-'!. '1 [IDcorporJIU1i6th74.: ) -

i r all i personal and private.abuse. I only His .rjI1s' ,as 'sUU-iided ,iI'and l' .-i. '. .. 5 OFFICE.KC LOVERIDGrs'. BUILDING', OCEAN STREET.>

i alluded to private matters when it was shall w as>imself. j; He iiyi'thai-Mr" : / .-: .. .' LPTNI FLA..July ist, 1874.5 f S
: 'VORLDiS' AWARD -XT OTICE Is Lreb'given of tie Incorporation of 71*FbHJa A"*.**&.!KtUti JSjtcbtmft, -- _
t necessary to show that nopublic funds McKinleydid) n .tdo-\he.: work him* --.- -..,- IN mice bsohewsofctnteQt1OridWiththCpriDdpel| place.of bvsines*la the city of --

: should bo placed in the possession or self but ke & ;Co.;.. My charge is .. .,-'" :.. ..' ,:AGAIN. R RECEIVED BY !: r..t J ackTWe. natareef the business. shall bo that tt.Bank foe Savings and Loans,and 'the purchase'and.salelfReafl.z. ,I I WHOtHAU callUS AT MVAKKAJ ; ;:I

; at the command of a man who wasbankrupt that McKloley( preseuted the.bill, ...4. .. II<. ,. .." J' .' .,. Of. > ,, '. .Mortgages Bonds Stocks.Gold and Silver.Treasury Warrants called&c.for that be H. ,
of shareholders purpc.ehali ROBINSON
stock which be Increased at Meeting
.The capital ( may any. ,
and irresponsible. My object not that hejpersonally.) rfon11ed the .LD'S'. .,FAVORITE., ,? facyxxv of which,I* per cent shall be paid in" commencing.business,and the balance In Installments. as. 'WJlo 0.as4u&
j in writing the article was public work. Clfargey McKinley -Duffie I the business of the corporation may require. .
: ) ..' .! This corporation will go into operation July fib,1874 and continue twenty year*. ,
k interest and not private revenge. : with doingfan honestdajrjt'fwbrk? The highest amount of liability to which this corporation can'subject itself shall be$350,000. ,
I ., The officers of -corporation shall serve without salary until otherwise provided a vote of the.stock'holders. Hoegs Block
p Some few attempts have been made No, never Jlf you thjpk" for, a v moment I -1- Bay St.,

; disprove my charges,, though, ingenious that I evcr itlsf1T\11ted tha\etihtr ... 'sEE 'THE .FOLLOWING- : ., ... The design 0 te Florida:Savings Bk Is t afford N I those who tinder are the desirous direction or saving or wdil.knuwn their money citizens the. JACKSONVILU_ ;, FLORIDA.I .
of saielvAT at a good interest.to
; h lies were brought in. Yet of ,these gents ever dismounted their i means H011E. in empllcit ofweHDowD nu.ln lIw&o the risk oflo Ie b entrusting it t I I COMTOVUDINO nutaaurnoKi A SPKULTT.TV'EA.RNEY'S S

; : so far all have failed. I am now trusty steeds't tb'pcrform a'd y's labor, SEWING MACHINE SALES OFi, : foreign corporations to be sent to ,, and and
consist of President, a Vice President
.,, .. Ori'iczius.-Tbe of this corporation shall a Trr.
threatened with another reply which I ask your pardon., One other point t .: .: ,1 _. r" a Board of three o oc Directors,to be chosen anuually/commenctag November s.1875. to oc.. -

4 i r I is to (be from County Commissioner and 1 am done. .Mr., Jamison says, The Table of Sewing Machine Sales for 1873 shjw 'that our sales 1u tat/ r amounted to 132.444 Machines :until their successors. Regular are meetings duly chosen.MEETINGS. of.the for the election officers and other business shall be held

: ; jo Trice, when he convalescent. If his my friend Eells and myself. Wellihe bring alarje Increase.over. .the sales of the previous eari!72)) l"he also;.shows Wtl :. : i.annually!commencing- November t.'1815. ,corporation' 3 I
# transaction business shall be tnm o'clock m.to o.cJock p.m. FLUID
hours for 3
: reply i% no better than those already 'admits 1. have One friend | ,accord- SALES EXCEED THOSE. OF ANY OTHER 'COMPANY daily,except Sundays and holidays;and on Saturdays until 7 clock 1. m. .
I I and OUR .' DKPOSTTS. will be entered In the hooks of the corporation and also in a book td be given to the'de-
it will nothing. this that 10nelYI -Deposits
:,4 prove : ,. { I" .. ... l'< '. '- -" :: ,, positor.''This book will be evidence of his or her property. When moneys are withdrawn this book must be
1 would -wait to hear from alone is failure for I amproud to "; :**lri take the themselves, or,in caseolaliKnce
.; thought For the period named,by the number of 113,254 MachInts,or nearly brought Id the Bank to have the payment entered Depositors may out money I IThe
& all parties before I would say anymore I have one friend a gentlemanof .. ., .,. i .- t '. : ** .: or-sickness,{it will be paid to their order'properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Deposits otherwise --
say will be repaid at any time when called for,when jhere b a sufficient amount In the treasury,uninvested; .
i: 1 but as I intend fighting it out veracity ;: one whose memory is not '. ..,DOUBLE THOSE OF ANY OTHER COMPANY. ,at the earliest practicable period in the order in which they may be called for. only kmowa remedy 6r
.. IIITUIIST.-lnterwll at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent,(or two cents per day on f too)will be paid
w 1 \ 01 this line if h take all the summer, so treacherous that his statements annually,upon all deposits which shall have remained three months or more in the Bank to be added annually
l : \ou wilt hear from me occasionally.Ko ., have to be supported by false' swear- It may i be further stated hat'the sales'of 187 show a relatively larger increase. beyond the sales of other to the principal of the Depositon i BRI HT'S DISEASE
In we sold 45, 00 more Machines than any other company shan.he added which shall have remained
bakers,than of any other year. For Uitance, <8a ACCOANTS UNCALLED FOR.-Any account td wiii.nothing and ,
) .. insinuations or threats will deter ing. Jamison says my complaintswere ; whereas in 1873 the sales were "- { '. '. uncalled for for seven'years;shall cease to bear interest. ,

): or drive me from right and 'tn4li.i '. before Mr., Eells; no,' sir,. mycomplaints' J .'. .' '\* .. ACCOUNTS to their legal PAYABLE representatives TO.> .If. persons r die"who own' 'money. in" this Savings Bank,the money will be. And positfre remedy fo,

Am I met by anf: honest .argument ? were made openly and .118,254..IN.. OF OUR HIGHEST COMPETTTOR. paid BANK BOOKS.-Although the officers- wilt endeavor, by all possible means,to prevent frauds,yet. all pay.

No 1 In an article of the 'zgth L am before the board of commissioners : ments to persons producing the bank-books shall be valid payments: to discharge the corporation.Cuii.una's for the GOUT GRAVEL .STRICTURES
::1 ;; : figures 'aU remarkable for the realO that the sales of the principal companies In 1873 are ElDOWlla\fTS.-Parents or guardians of minor children may deposit money as trustees ,
;;; ; attacked; not by a lair refutation of Messrs. HoegFortune and LESS These than fi their are sales 10.1872.whereas the more as has been shown our sales have LARGELY INCK EASED.' The benefit ef such minors until they become of age.Interest. 'upon' 'which' may. be withdrawn annually added to DIABETES DYSPEPSIA

;4. : the charges, but by personal 'abuse Eells, and Capt Durkee, acting clerk. denied account that of sales5s the superiority from swora of the returns Singer made Machines to the is owners fully demonstrated of the Sewing Machine all event. Patents.that their will popularity hardly. be in the SPECIAL principal.Eenowiwtrriposit*In the Florida Savings Bank amounting to '70 during each year for a NERVOUS DEBILITY -
head of '*,Hairbreath) Eells resolutions for the term often years will secure the depositor cash payment of$ ,ooo at the end of the term,'or proportionatelyon
l. under the That Mr. household. Li unquestionable. ;\. smaller or larger annual deposits. In case of inabilify to complete the ten' annual payments the depositor ," DROPSY,
*i :rare of a Road CommissionerIt /!' go'vcrnmedt 'of tbe! road '..were, gotten .l .' can withdraw the amounts already paid in,upon gving three months' notice,together with the accrued Interest
; of mine STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES:: thereon.. This plan unlike ordinary life insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture previous payments NON-RETENTION.: OR INCONTINENCE
read ."Hairbreath conference OF
: private .
escape at friend
: '. might up any and offers a safe SD1 easy method providing a handsome endowment for tI e future of parents children, URINE, IRRITATION,INFLAMAT10N.
::: of Road Commissioner\ Jamison's with'Mr. Eelts is untrue: Whenever .. or the'depositor individually. Special deposits not to be withdrawn for ten years will entitle'the depositor to OR VLCERATION OF THE
: a certificate for doubt tkt amount cf nick dtfetiit,payable in ten years.in favor of any person dailtnatcd.foAlI.AlI
.i ". son." I promised howeven ,not mentioned road matters toMr. Eells Companies. Sold in 1873. Sold in 1872. moneys received on deposit shall be/invested in first mortgages on real and personal property in

I to be personal, butstick, to, .the road he promptly and kindly referred me; TUB .SINGEJlj U'-444, t" _:,- i .758" H 'Increase........... !12,686Wbec'cr this- State. of at least double the value or in-other ample collateral the securities.and sale of real estate>or1 the renting, BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
RL\I..EsTAU-1'b1s corporation will act as trustees sor purchase
..___.__.. ._ ) 174,088 DccrQSeS4,440 ,
!: : business 'until finished. Anything else to -Mr.Hoeg.*. When I asked Mr. & Wilson ; j $I9Sc and management of estates and property generally. ,-
Domt5 c_.___.....__._..._;. :40.n4 49554J; .DCCrea3C.JGrover lIr4fO "' SPEARING C, CREELEY.
: the before I SAM'L JONATHAN
: : will not interest public.Judgtng Eells to present my resignation &Baker._ 86.179 'S2,010 fcrease_:__. IS.83t JAMES H.PAINE, Vice-president Treasurer1' SPERMATORRHOZA,

t ( from the tone of Mr.Jamison's the board ,he declined 'and referred Weed ._.-. .-_-:_---: -.-:.'.IU.7 41,444 Decrease__ 21).675 Sea-side villa sites President.for sale on Fort George Island The' finest sea 'bathing,cool sea breezes magnificent .'4Leuconh

I l t. ) article he I must be ..sore me 'to' Messrs.: Fortune and Jones as Wilson_.___ .;.:. '..._.."- t,947 '-' .1 a6,666 Rase._..._." S419 drives over fifteen miles in extent c grand avenues palmetto cedar.oak. magnolia myrtle&c.. &c. a'fir Whites DtseaMs of the Prottrat.

:' '," Jy pr sSed. Thq venom; with which road 'committee.. Now if Mr. Eells Howe .*..__.._-_.._.____. _. No returns (Estimated) 145.000 Decrease... .... Call State and county see the and photographic city scrip bought views and at the sold Florida at the Savings Bank FLORIDA and Real Estate SAVINGS Exchangeon B"NK,Ocean street. lust Cland Deposit Stone aid In tha Mutus Bladder or Milky Cokuln Discharges.,Gra el.or Brick.

.. : !. he opens, plainly shows that he is concurs In .thisstatenient'JsJamscn Gold Medal___. ._-: _...._.-16.431-; .i. WIlcox & ._ 15,881 -- "
: !. ( ( otnpletely swamped; he'as touched truthful man. Fred Jamison, when American,B.H.iB _.__ _-;.__:_,- 14,18'. i'}111;., .-1. .18,9yi Decrease4.748- <

: to the:1quick.. After several week'spreparation you read,..this,go home get down on & HoweRemington.-...._.___._,_,....- r j.I.19,1',9' .. ', Dccrcaac---__ 988 : I! -S KARNEY'SEXTRACT, .

; S he finds that he has to fall your knees and pray. for strength to Empire... _...:..:_ _': r.:19.183 4,982florence. Increas_____- 4.Xtt ;; TOBACCO :CIGARS'; : ; ,

I 10 luck into the last ditch-private observe the golden rule ; let your ...._.___.___.___.._. 8.96; 'S.793 Decrease_.__., 6,131 BUCHU

'1. abuse. He waits for Duffle, his faithfulJSancho'Parua be afterthe manner of: good Dayis...___________.__ e,8\1 '11:376 Deacas:__ ,isiVjctor I '" .,
I prayer _.____.__ Decrease_.. TJ53Iflees .
7.446 -
,I r to come.to his relief. '! men and not after the" Holy. Willie"style. .. .. 3.458 I" ,11,901 GoSJ' .Decrea5C__.. ,..9l5 :I. : ''I .Permanently. cures all Diseases. of the
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.i f Seeing th'at t DuffieVefljrrtsire; futile Yours ? W., JAMES. \__ ._.?_.._______'._._, _'I.__. "1343 r.,'. .. "3" Increase_____. ,.. .3.8 >: ; :; PIPES Km SNUFF < t BLADDER KIDNEYS. AND DROPS

_ I : .. i t. he Don Quixotic like, is driven to ---- Etna,J. E..BramesdorC........--.-: 300st 4,361 Decrease___. s.ih :' :, "' CAL SWQ.lJNGS
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L deeds of desperation. GENERAL DIRECTORY: -
$ .' '
r ,?Whom the Gods .destroy theyfirst'make STATE.OoverzoM OUR ;NEW FAMILY MACHINE :: f". .
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L. STEARNS. ; .1 r .. .
will I. J. I
:: mad. Verily, prove .
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: this'.before I drop the subject. But Becrrtaryof lieutenant Governor ftote'A.-8.COWOILL.B. JocLL'olDptrull.ro. Embodies New and Essential' P.Indp1eSimplicity- ofContrwdon' : Ease of Operation: Uniformity, of"Precise, ?!L4t.I.J.: : ., :B. "KNI..G'H. 'T' ':.:&" o'o5j : }NO ",MATTER WHAT THE AGETfProC. -

.t. the,road mciney is (he.:questi n. Thisconcerns Trw sot r-0. U. FOSTER. Action at any Speed; Capacitvfor Range and Variety of Work Fine.or Coarse-' ". "* 'I Ii. .A. 'L is .

"' the people and not whether Attorney Adjutaut"General General--WM.JOHX A.V COCK AR U). ,. -LEAVING. ALL RIVALS BEHIND IT. '" J' J i.4 >,,:: BAY:'STREET, between Laura 'and Hogan, .P- : Extract Steelsay.Euchui* is- 7 worth"One.more bottle thaa' of all kean--y's otbei .Fluitf'' ,.

: I Hailed from Hong-Kong the Lakes I EAOAV.Superimtendeut II S. MmbinecV .
_ II .. Domm'r of Lands and Immigration ( ) J' d "

; ; of Killarney or the Five Points. This $tate Engiaecr-of.PublIcIiiitnictin-J.. H.' ALBEKOER.STJTEEMK C. GIBBS, J i:; :- -I. : -" ..J ; Jacksonville, } lq.ri.la. ., ,. Price One Dolla pi r Bottle,o*SU B,u>s kr Fh-%,
L 1t can be told a! gossip from house to COTJRT.Chltf 1HESNGERBEFORE: | :;: PURCHASING. ANY OTHER; 4.IIw3m .
house jind store, to store, from one Jnstlce-E.Jastiots'M.J.JtAND D. W \LL;- .-,; > -J-: /1 i. DEPOT, io4tDUANE ST: NEW YORK.
-I : negro cabin} to another as it has for Afsocmte -K. B.VAN ER'rCOTJ V ALJlE DERO. TERMS EASY. -PAYMENTS LIGHT.. .AVJ- ''!' l'I'i

but now'itis losing its charm, Clerk-LYMAN B. FOdTEK. ;-I i-I :!" G1: BE SARIJFICED.: ,:.; .A Physician in a attendance to answer corrcspoDdaacaar.d '
: I years CIRCUIT COURT. __. 2- ; give advice gratis. .
: : .
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4 and like Josh Billings, he concludes 1st Judicial Circuit-W.W.VAN NESS,1'e s *. 'JJ..1.1' 1 I _Ii-. ; : :,, ; ["

'" that "sekrets arc-pocr property. to 2d.' P. W. WHITE. Qu'ncy. (- ''Iad" 4The5v.Singer I' .: .J ,. .. ,. 3-S KD STAW JOg., '.I'.urrBUTS'na.
4' Wm BRYSON Live Oak? Co : .

'. :. keep them they pay no interest, tell tlh", R. B. ARClliBALD, JacksonTille Manufacturing : f'.iti: .- ,- I,1"! I.J: J, >r.i < -- .
iljern anil they fease,1 to ,l>ej) sekrets. Oth Judici4 CircuU-J. H.OOS Ocala.rth ; ,.,No.172 BROUGHTON ST-; SAVANNAH; GA. i DRY. GOODS in':: H.",, DRY GOODS !.t.- : '.> <;DRY. COODS/LH TO TILE
S ? ; r" -
I ." ',; M7th 1 .
It matters not to public"whether t JT.1AOBEETIUIpI. .
k-a' i. .
: ': ; -
J- ..1''f: .1.-
J. A ; F
W.l'RlCE.Euterprlso.DUVAL 'I; .
;' was rich or poor. Honor: or fame :'t.. 8 C. A. VOSBURGH; Manager. ,.I. :.cpIIN{Gt CLOTHING !! ,' CLOTHING I J!I II lV 1;' 'V. .
fro'm no condition rise, act well!1 your COUNTY. GEORGE W. FRAZIER, Agent, \ .
: .,, :',. : j ; ". .. .J f. -' .
all jthcbon.or.lfes. It Contty Judge-W. A. MrLEAN. PLORIDA' I' '
There. matters 8-i6tf .
part : ; BOTH ..SEXES.SO :
HART ( .
Clerk Conrt-OSCAR i ) "f" -. ILI ; OF
f'l j
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not- wb thcr''anf': a (subject' of- Victoria $Sbenff-JOSI1'fl tate80licltor-1' II MCDONNELL.IJUtX-J. -l ;. >'r-r: rv J.. ESTABLISHED IN 1868.. "tJtI'h ,: -I. '''.!.I: M '' '' ''** .. ''Daring'the-next ,'t.... -, .., ,,. ",...:.. .' 1"\' -CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND' CONSUL
the Kink"of{ Dihomy' or .
I."tr Q" '
'r.",.: County Solicitor-CIIA8 IL 8UUUER8.Trca ;\ : ( '( r. *<- ," "' / I .' TATION.
? "Uncle Sam." It matters not whether urer-J.W. 8WAIU.A ", .. !..:U41.UU.: ;:_ ; : < '; .i '. '... -

'f. Jamison is a "defaulter' from 'the laws .sor-J. C. ORKELKV.* < ( ;prXXX; :: : : .DAYSIT : .-.', .." .' '
CoUeak r-rETER.JONE8. K. .
A. .
PERGIVAL ; I : ; ,. D1t. J B. TotT, graduate or ]ereno, tcdiq
i of Illinois, or wjiether he leaves 8uprrint tident of Schools-C.F. H A WBET: j :-, .' .! College,'Philadelphia: ,author of several fcluaUe works.an
Auctioneers-J. L. B-jrch J. Hemming M. A. Ii. JfA ).f !.'*.; :?:- V -<:{ T: "- I. '. / /. ; be consulted oa all diseases of the Sexual Uriar.
; willows and cursing the t. : CROWELIJ : .l ar
: orphans ziatynski.Votary l'ublics-lobn O.Hamrl F. B. Knapp,T. *4.SUOESSOR. TO ji H.. t I will offer for sale my stock'of lothingDry'Goodi&c.&c:. :, at'jVjt iry ';rpllS. (which he' baa-node aa especial study
: groundTTe"treads; .n TThETdoThP.care B-Kolls, O. P. Cooper.-Chas. 31. Summers w. U. ". : either: in male or female no matter from what cause orghiating -

whether;, R (Jimis n's glasshouse l..m-.YI, Edwin IHg Wm. K. Ledwith. E.M.Chen.y '.. .."N ; or of how long standing. A practice of 30.
< ; ... ., EVERr.t rears enables him to treat diseases; with success. Cures
.Tboe. U.Maicy,J' W. waim H.OraTlger.J .. : >.WER FIGURES
ts':1fe'of not,-so'106g as he returns M. U. lJurkee C. Codnogt.oD; W. I..c..an. ,I.W. .'- .. r. ." ; : L ; &[ Charges reasonable. Those at a dIstance
.'} ::'. Vf'A, : : anforwad letter describing mptoms aDd endosing4amp
the road The Whitney ." ; : .
: money. County Comrolsri. -Miles Pi ice, Eo.Foitunr.II. 11 to pay postage
I County ner A In order to close l out stock on hand. -
I Commissioners will take your resigriatjori II. li eg.T.8 Bells,R. Jones. ". 1 ? |,, : fi. '. : : Send
the H
Jiutloc of the 1'NCe-W. W. SamtMon, W. A.Bummerall '. : : : -.X. J. D. DUCKY' for Guide ltA. Price joe
4'. t. > Trytbein while Mr; Price is ;0.1'.Townteod.-Henrv 0.:Tison Jame '. ;; *1.d', .

I I;:: ': sick and you will oblige m citizens. H.ColD"*A.',Baeslng v MvP:: ChapptU Win. Gordon A.II.:J.PbiliM F. Rollins, VL L.J.w.fevi.rd 1 L; .j l..-.lJ. ,: .:'::::: 21L1 -',J'I. ., .":Great. ..Southern. Bazar' T 'Bay.street= =, Jacksonville; :' "" B. J. DYOTT M. D.,

:.. no doubt Surveyor:Cbns.Inspectors .'P.Em'tb." '. .{jlf' jO I 1. | ,( ._ >(-. -' > ..: ." i: ; : '. "_ : Physician and Surgeon, sot Duane St.N.T.
i Before.I close this I will show that
. M. Duffle and -falsi..t I of Lumber-H. U. Moody. .,R.W.Cone.1.l'rlo.t. &ArE!j.. .,:( 'I.:: SAVE. TIME ..' AKEfi.cJ./if.IfCRT
John Jamison are Jr. :. t -
'ouantabli's-O. n. .. Wilson.: J. Smith 3.i. : .;. ,;.);.T/ f COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS
i: tiers. I will t trouble, you ,with a few .Forbes James Lane,J. II. Brown. DEALER IN _. q. ---"- -' r ;1 : / '
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'"I extracts from ,Duffie.N tc' here, -: O' : :, ; : : : '1 ETTA I/LI cBURIAL

Crony fiist to last'I was opposed to J. CITY 0?j ACKSONVJLLE.. J f 1 .r1I11'0r \ : ,'m I : : M '
PETKK 1 SHOES 'I $ A .. ,
; ,
M. Duffic overseer. did not consider AMmnen-B. A.TIIEBAUT. W.DE "NY.A.J. 11>.: '" I } f. AND

;;t: him The .right man in the rightplace WICK RUSSELL L.,W.I FLEMING WIRT DOUOLAI.JACOB W DUFF>.31..BOS-,'IA. J. .- ; ; :f"'j"; i ... .. '' '. 't' j ; i. 'I WOOD CO; F FINS ,

-- lI.e. was properly appointed BtJOXEY: B. HO BBAUU.VarsualjB. :-i.UlVl" *.o :. : Jr : kH" ; ,i ': ,
never ..J-ORTCNE. "' S AND:: FINDINGS: ; ; :" ;: 1 "' ';' .

_ : but smuggled into' office by Clerk-W II. UHHI8TY. .1 ,1'1' ., .. ., .t; 'I'1 I.rt.t I J., / j ':** L i ': :;: : .

Jamison. Now admitting, for ,argument's -,,Treasurer. -CHA8.. B. KIMMONSColhctor FRIDENDXnO..bafluorC. . ; ,' ILLKEEPCONTAN1LVqN.HAND ,< j rh. $:'0 '{;,JL" ]: .',,( t." "r'NOTICE"TP TRAVELLERSr ;: -
\1 f
J !fJ sake that I did tell the hand -I'H I LI P WA LTKRClerk .,
of Market-WM. ABVIK. ;;" I -
i 4; not to answer Duffie's call. Thisii C bllBW IT -. .
:; .' pIi : I ,. i----j'
that I friendly
show not
: would was on .' \ '
; terms with him-and would not be MASOXIO.Holoroon ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO CITY 'AND ,COUNTRY. RETAIL : Connection
with Ix>de Ko,20-M. Bowes, W. M.; Chu. (, ,;Passenger make: ,Close,.,. O F ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES.
him .
:: : likely to tell him; or entrust Eltot 8ee.;'H. Kooiiman.Twmt.i Regular meetiDCI TRADE, ,
secret.' Dutfie states that I told him lit and Id Wedtiedjys of e ch month. ,:. .. I f LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES.
: -, Duvet Lode, Ko. I* K. Wasgate. W. M.; B. n.Webster. And by strict attention to business and the"wants of the public, will endeavor. to merit, a share,of their pationage., 74. TIlE'V :MBALMING DONE. WHEN' REQUIRED.'
'r fb /would work thi Toad from my .&:.; D. Jones TyUr. Rcgalsr meetings .. t. t r, ALSO

house to'town) for the other part I Sat JnckwnvilU and 3d Mondays CbspurSo.of Hch 12.month.R.A.M-J.&Dr4ge. T 'GOODS" SENT BY 'MAIL AND EXPRESS, : J.' ... : .1 SAVANNAH' :& CHARLESTON t J .. : MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED

_ : :;: Didn't care a' damn', Noir does this !. E.ro II.>HiniS P.; M.last 3wa Friday.8ec.of;aoh D Jone month..Ouirdr.Itigular '- To all parts of the State. .' y ...4 : .' I If" LATE, MANTELS. ,

; l look probable .or consistent that 1 Damawus Comma 4ury Wo..J-.J. B. Dridgs E.' AT THE OLD STAND.'COR. and OCEAN TS., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. l-jt .: .' _AND /' .: SLATE HEARTHS, &c.,
I I ':' would .have, such talk with a'man: for and 04 I'2d.C.Tuendars DawUas of each Recorder month.Regular meetings let MANUFACTURED TO ORDERS

; V-bcjra ITiaye'no more affinity than oil STATE OFFICERS. ,J. H. NORTON 'S.H. KOOKER.* : ; AND FOR SALE BY
Marter A. J. Rniwell, Jacksonville. f Attorney >1 Law and Notary Public- i' ( > ''P0RT ROYAL RJLROA1DI .
t has for water ? Again another proof Grand Grand I> -atasUr.Il. Q'WMsnn TalUhassee.Br. > < "J.-'i.j : ; ,. CALVIN, OAK,

( :, ; that this verdant youth mistakes:thishappens Grand eputy Warden-El P. Jordan, Fernandma.- ,. NORTON & VOOKER. ",' .1'; I. 'onyth Street;between Laura and!Hogans. .

:2 i to be the portion of'the road Jr.Grand Grand Tftal'1UWl'-D..aNl'D-JI L Wu Oakley.ate tontiollo.Ja'.k'onvil'e... DaALzai. JJI, ,. For'Augusta,-Atlanta,' Chattanooga! .Memphis,. ]Jashville. Louisville' Cincin- twa6-ta J '. -, Jacksonville- Florida.VURIAL .. .

.: II, that i I: objected 'to being worked by i Grand Mrcretary-I).C Pawkins Jrcksonvtlte.?- ,1'1 }inati- St. Louis;, Chicago, and a1 .pOiDts NorhSouthEastand2West.' r
: Grand CbapUtn Rev.John P.-ncy. 1 T'A' T"'EffJoi' : j.. '" '
: Mi, Jamison's monthly hand and paid Grand Tyler-l>.vid Jones Jek.oivWe.DtTIUCTDEPU1Y '--IRE'AL: .,E S : ;:) ; '. .: .\. .. ': '_ "J" l' ME1ALtIC:
but of the road funds, as myself, Jamison GRAND IU TKIlS. 7fi7
-- lJlaU1d-U.. O.Alderman. Mananna. < :' OF ALL KINDS. .- '-.' 'TRAIN LEAVES iDAILYAT.; 9.30 :.A.t.M, : /: ; CASES',
and Beatty Intended.to put this 21 M Reeves Cbattahoochoe.S4 ,/tj/\; ; . ;I I'- I. -
j ,, part of the road in good travelling order M 11. B.'Tuylor Lire Oak. -!' / .h .._ .-: ".1.. ,. -. ;; l oPASSENGERS r \VOOD COFFINSCASKETS.
.t.b. J.8. DrtgrJacksonville. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, representing LINES :CAN'.GETMHEM
ourselves. Mr. cannot hOLDING TicKEts BrroTHER '
Jamison 6th' W. II. Loug Ocala. ,
6th" Z.'II. JhPO Orange Spring. panics:' I' binediusetlOriier ; I- "i; l' delay in SavannahAT --- .
r : possibly.deny that I objected to work 'lIlt" iYank Branch. Ttmpa. FRANKLIN, OF PHILADELPHIA. -\ With | .:.V., EXCHANGED (thereby voiding : ,. : YI
ing this road .or spending the road! STATE OFFICHS OF ORAKD CHAPTER B.A.M.. CONTINENTAL, OF NEW YORK, !'\I( IJ J'' __ .:'- .4'f ,.1 ,.
on it, as the people'were al-! Grand Hten Prt.-.. Bowes.Jack.cnvUI llIt J BREN'S .j"iCK' T OFFIGE .: : -- Ji' .
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: money ,
I>eputy Grand High 1'ne.I-J.t). Dnjgs, "actton. MANHATTAN OP NEW YORK, f jS'T 000 -000 : .,
: reidy complaining that we were using ,itl.. .. : PHILADELPHIA J > : : -. '0'" I " AND
ENN.OF ; '
the, labor and money Improving in Grand 8cnbe King--B.D.O.O.Alderman Wilson.Tatlahaisee.OraTd.Treasortrr ; Usrianoa.Urand .. : '21'BULL. STREET; SAVANNAUGL. ;. .

front ofour' own private 'jroiiy, -W.A. Young Jacksonville.ODD'FELLOWS. LOANING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND CONVEYANCING A .
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'! l of this I have already.made SPECIALTY ROSS. MARBLE-FRONT BLOCK.
1 n
';1 : proof Fon: 'arrangements. :to work the road in Tucker. R. 8. .Rcfular meetIDr',utrJ'' Tuesday We give below a 'few'bf the many dioice.places. for sale'by u S': .STRICi'Xy"'RELI'ABLE. INF ," .:.:. ,. : FUuE
> '-.L; r l l .;Bay Street Jacksonviae,
'. front of my farm as greed Does nUht.TEMCEaAKCE SOCIETIESThiJDtviaion2In.1Unry No. '3' 'TwHtorJ'hou.e'- on Ashley street,near St. No. 105. Duolawton Plantation; on Halifax river .1 : '. ,_ ,,1MZLYPAFERSi, t .1: ., .f .,( WASGATE.
I t S "this aeree" .with Duffie's statement.Duffie .. Kan,r Jfi;'P.: Goo.W. James Hotel pJ.uantlYlkuated. In one of the best seven miles north of Mosquito inlet{at Port Orange; .
H :Frailer..k.I. Regular mtLe'Thur.dy .- neighborhood lathe city; house Is new,with six rooms i.iooUes,15b acres rich hammock,1 lying one mile '.; .I. > \ -. :
also l says that Jamtson prom-- night at Good Templar's llall Uoegjs Block. plenty of closet*,and good servant's room; lot SJ Xxcos from river r.50 acres .high,shell land,immediately' From; tlie following cities on file every daFREET'EYERYBODYtB; sthn; '
4 ised him" brie dollar' day. I ask JacksonviU Lodz*of Good Templars No. 1-B.F. feet, good fence good..sidewalk;and'Ths street the river bank having front of about one fourth mile, BaltiinoreV San Francisco, 'Chicago"v _! ST. AUGUSTINE.: ,
per Ward W.O. T.; 8. A. Beuring.W. R 8. Meet shelled: grapes In bearing: a fine lot of young orange with large two-story, frame house 18 rooms(neerly YorkTPhiladelphla. '. FO
again, what right had Jamison -.topromise. try Wednesday evening in Uoen's HaU.(Sd floor). trees; howell and shade trees growing thriftily; good finished J house commands view of LbO'river and ocean : StT"Louis, Cincinnati, and. inany'others*': t- << \ .'
_ : I' iUscu* Lodgf No. 1.1.O.O.TE .Duffie one dollar per day ? I' 51L. WtbaUr,W.O 'r.; C. IL Jones, Wf It.8. flowering vines pump Will be sold: some 75' to 109 In number: good well and a cistern 2Ymeanil,Sure mllt'ioM..V ;'R l j ( Tfa" :. .
v ? : I The Duly pay .c'! compensation jal- Mert t-vry evening,at Grove IlaUnev the shellFIRE N. B. To capitalists desiring a big thing,"there that holds'1,200 gallons,Inyard j thoroughly.ditched the Quick /1t :, .
_ : and drained;.canal from sugar-house running to .
J'OII4. brUg. few thousand dollars Magnplia
t lowed by law is exemption from road DEPARTMENT. U a Cae opening Springfield;For a particulars enquire river for transportation of crop; Immense quantities of ;
I Chief -.IIL lieey. will go a great way Just now. wild orange tries on the place; the soil ls similat to the .'
and militia and Ocean and streets. ,: .
: duty, the county cop Norton&Kooker corner Bay : i HOWELL. I'
1st AJoafIWlr.-J'oIk'pla Manyok.8fam best sugar lands of Cuba to which It ls fully equal A. 0. HUSSEY.- ; 'JNO' W. wm JDUeoq- rtpsoetweeaJacksoBvilto
missioners allowed five per .ccot, fprcollecting. Fir Engine Uevbani, .'_Tho J.Moll,Fore No.74.. A'jiMTMOinRiMintNCB ;. *;-BUtiurgejrooms limestone b abundant.-. This place b really onepf the ...r'l" *.
man. and kitchen double bay window oa the choicest places In Florida, and was known as such be ,
this Auguuine.
1t ., Jamison increased to ,Rti&Ht> m Fir:Eoglae William Bay, .. west.large double parlors,double plain on the sooth, ,(ore the war '1 >: t,
Duffie'tuust Hose Ko.1.-C. O.Vandergriir PorrmanPheelz ; commanding one of the finest views In Jacksonville; I ; Frcighwulotrratrv
i -leD per cent. extra Alert n_No.I-A.I. .KaI4.1,Yoremn. windows filled with CAfr Ughs| of c-i ch,glass and hung If. B. "Do',ou want a.' snug'w tn home with ": '. ,H.uSSEY. : :, & pay, here is.where division and additrorf Amtiicns flock and Ladder C*.-T. A. WiUon with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching u theocrwIth orange trees and flowers to Florid.t You cut get a ,
beautiful lot feet in Springfield,high and .' '," to.WILLSON,.&
Fol'flDUo blinds: all casings are finished with mould- a ; 70x156 : WHOLESALE1 AND RETAILDZAI.ERSIN ..
T_ are'practiced? Duffie, you take Dl1UCS. I Ing and oiled and rarnished, making a beautiful finish: healthful and within tea minutes walk ol the posl-oBice, : _' JacksOBvUleFla.Or.
ihe $I.oo.and I will take the $i.aLT JnIoo4mll1" svlng's Bank; corner of Pin and I ceilings high;walls hard-finished'Opell*taIr double on which to make It.fat to.}r* For.,particulars. enquire : : .to. JAMES COSS.
O'Neil. Allow Forsyth ttrecta,J. W. Swaim,Cashier. glass,front doors,mortice Inck on every door{a house oNorton&Kooker, BOOSTS. SB0LEATHER I )E' S 's-6tf St.Augusde.FU.Percale _
for Pit. me to say I>.G. Ambler1 Backing UWOM,,Bay street,1'.U., china closet store-room,plenty dothcsbath. No. i if. A trctUatres; '60 acre cleared ham. ; ;
that Mr. Gardiner 'was opposed to Mai.v.Cashier,' room; hip roof with cupola,from which a charming n'ocklani fine fronton St.JohD"riYer; two miles west 'J' shim.Li.a;Bueky
Houie Bay street,corner : had of jlncfty) ,the river and surrounding
Banking view _
E.W.bennr. is to
uf Jack oo'Ue.' Thb'b one of the most desirable river .
Duffie setting this Now Duffie lo toak1rc >*oa feet good well &" glNDINGS. .
pay. of country t three ; 57 ; ;
the Will be divided ,
fronts In
vicinity of Jacksonville. .
shad trees started; half mile from. .t-Oftice. : : ,. TILES 'OF 'PR4cT'cEANP
jdon't you feel theUu's brand ; 'don't1'fclr OceaFEDDtAL; ,I. young For sale at a bargain.No. .. desired.- ; I 1. j : 1) .

: the; liar's portion? Not only I GolUxtor ef CusUima-J.R.OFFICERS SOOT .96. A 1..r2e .y'1aouIt'with tea large No4; .: Sis acres oa Arlington river'adjoining the Phiii l : ':Ls%:. BLoyirrsnoarsiAi COD
guilty of the MI 'of cdmmlssloo. but Deputy Collrclor 0.W. LIIW.lnapecwr !rooms i thoroughly Let,and finished of la '-,covered style.' Florida bargain.Home containing the old vineyard.< For sale -, complete assortment'of'New'York and >cleiphid'fih'jiGoods -" ''o &tTflab525tr
ground al a
with twelve feet ceilings; one acre
also ol omission. While lauding your Portmk-ter f\t uaJt.K. ClftiSEY HIUUIX8.* iOollfo t with fruit Vies aDd flowers i pleasantly located; within No. MrrcoratiTAN"Horw_-This hotel b aljvay -. po'n4< ,. wfnted a small edidosj of iii. Rules of Practics oI1'n

Mass*. Jamison, for' tools' furnished '.of Intema: U. 'W'.OILBJ1.t.t venu_A. A.ZNIOIjT.8nrvior.O.n.LX. five"1500 minutes down,walk balance of the on railroad long slOe depot.If desired.Price f: ;. centrally s'first-class 147.located bouse,built in every of the respect.best French For brick.prices,and and b Sole-agents' ia. Jacksonvil. ToraSamMejjDunbar.i.S:I : Go/!! by B1owts thrf Suyremo.Courtng Codeact th* Cod* ef Proceacturc.h ucIlM.fcrce>*lull ttihkt i.paIp f

by.him .nU.omit_ or forget that also U. &O.uger- -T1IOS.Ktl UJULA Y. No.99. 400 acres Ia Orange county) 'ODa mS from' terms apply to Norton&Kooker.Coflonorwr1t.iotss5ditateyuuvwants Mr&s's'andChiIdn's F.met'Sh oes;: 'd.a -. ; ; f > > ;,?,i., "., form. .
rjoane4 tools to ,work .the rpad l lbJt U. 8 CIRCUIT COCBf Melonvule.. Price, (5 JICacn. .. .cnI to the
IIH you '-PBILIPFUIBEK. ttl"tjft .-" '.-' '.. 1.-.' "..., ', I Goods"sent by:niailorAexpress-.:all>'parts',ofth6Stater I. .., ha,coon wm.rve- tordg1proimsIos.j'rictT
l-dicJ)1.ut allow.or promise you'a *-.-. B. C. DREW. '. ,:.. S'. ,... ., : I' _:; :., ;., : :,, ,' : -PQualv.DYlZ A SON
.UuHar. neither did I wink at Mtrsbal-M.COKANT. ,. I OFFICE COR.OCEAN AND BAY JACKSONVILLE.'FLA. -" erftay, ts"'m "
the road hands 'lerk-J.. B.TOWK8EXD. '' 49 Vlstors! always welcome. 1.st.ssp.perspnaic: ,; ;/.. -- $-96 ,., Bay -ett; near taJ'ai, J :?!( : P4'e.i :. 5IOSW.4 /
you while you put on P n. Rcfl t'lnBnkrttpt<,-' FRA8EH- : "

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