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 Material Information
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 12, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00017
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permanent, .the- river,'enabled to do : : ,.CARDS., a MISCELLANEOUS.1'. I ."' .. .

: rnuslttD Jg&fflg; AND' its'own dredging and keep its channel er"does ; COLCORD ,- : OROCXRIES AND PROVISIONS.TMPORTANT _'____ :-_ ::. ;If
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AVTELLONVILLE:
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tbe'ch3.ngeable: obstructions HOUSE V
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SUBSCRIPTION f TO EVERYBODY ccky's
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.' SPd-Wt.UL1': aWl aubIcn'ben, $3.O per&nnw.F" rently isw to Hide and Skla business of' ,
or.cnpiea, 13.cada; and a.a cxtta copJ'. commercial.facilities., But it Is .. -. : '
the If 700' 4&i ; JACKSONVILLE, PENSACOLA:
not AND
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dub rileD nc.i...at one ti J." H. CROW .L, -- ORANGE COUNTY gtnomr of Ogars ,
/in PK ICfII -* deemed necessary, fa'OW toi.. ;J1.A. .'.i.i.'. .- J MOBILE RAILROAD
; ,, enter V i CO.
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strengtl iSI
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WISELY: maR subscribers.: *i per annum. I 2 *- ]l' niacs.Liquors,&c.. '. ,
cop CI 'J.1 each; Twenty copies, f.6o; FLAy cop-, into the detail ofthe, : phenomena, or the St. Comer Bay" 'and. Ocean streets. ,< '\ ., V f,.: ".,goto". ".t. ',-W,:, : :, .. 0. and afar SUHDAr .JAT .'a V 4
MI,'1,40 cack. I the plan for their .5O-5.r. L.Hrr?. Proprietor ."',- ". i-.TOC"9. .rilirnaufoliows i iy .IHo Dale
correction'so as' to ,: L ', 4 ,
way ; fcr -" '7 '<>;) ''; Wt.0' J 1
Hides :
ADVERTISING RATES: relieve the river'of this prIctc paid ,Sldn., Furs, .
abnormal con and a I ysir' ., PASSENGER TRAINSArrive wiST;(bAlLY)' rJ&
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Wnny.f i oo per ncb.or less.first Insertion J .. HOUSE SAVANNAH "
dtion.[
S t. This has been dqne? ,repeated ,I RIDDELL ,; TALLArlASStSL T 'Va. \ '
eadlaubMQucM *fllcTUOQ.so cents. : V '1 n- I ; *4" ; '. 4 _
Wsuav: 'I.I$ per Inch or 1 less,first insertion: each ly during the'ast! twenty years by 'a channel V' :w.vormnV. Ityoewlalrtasab.receatio* fat 1 a'good gam* ..Laft. 2I.tO' "IIt.a-,.
and U.S.Coma', FERNANDINA ... _;_.,
:"; Notary PmbUc, FLA. Billiards '" -4:10
fubiequeol insertion 75 cents. member of, your committee so that meet ;go to Jp.i's.i Bay itreet. Lak.Caty ':51 V
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j rJfttiett..so cents per line.TKMS the members of the Board of Trade. Si CO..,. S .-r' J' 15AMEL ? ." ';: "- I, .'V,-V' Aniftat Un ...-.-.. ir.-. ,::-Se.ES3IM........ _
CASH ADVAKC!. power, .T. :RIpDELL. Propriewi ,. LeIvMLdIIOL-
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are supposed be familiar ; TE AND INSURANCE V' Mo.ltc.flh .._ .. V-V ;
Address ADAMS.CARRUTH& CO.. to with the its BROKERS T.JO '

Jacksonville. Florida.: views alluded to. I the Manhattan. LBe Insurance Company of 49. ptendlds lbatb ac. .' *," Imported Bass*Ale oa draught. Call for b"a&1-& B, .:. Qviney-T.Pt.h.t.---_. ,__ _--' _IO.'P.I Thtopm I

These views have received the examination waters 7Magni6ceM drive of eighteen miles on the finest "t. __ A at cbattahcocheL-: -- so, V
UD&Vde4SUTIU$r,666,6a6.9s. Atlantic bcad. TOGNI'S: ,at the Metropolitan Billiard SaJ-. ,
The Transportation Question. : PASSENGER TRAINS
apd'criticism of Engineersand V EAST (DAILY-FROM '
: I ,.Q-Jte6ahiDc Ia'breeies. TALLAHASSEE) FOR SAVANNAH '_,,
The feasibility a transit for seagoing : 'Boards of-.Cotnmtssionejcs-appointed ,. flecting '.." V 3.5'3HN"'CLAR.K AND JACKSONVILLE. ,. ..t.* -

t steamers from the St. Johns, by Government, although .no remedy t :OPENDURINc.nm1StnOtIER.' : : ,,J, ;"fMJ *, "* /< '. Lcavcattaectbee- ____ -,:.am- "

official endorsement of them has as eBcrted AND ... '% ._ .... .....Quincy---....... :"' '
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either directly over the bar when improved yet been made, yet disproval or mouth SURGEON; BOARD : FORWARDING. "V V ..5.' ..-.teeD 0_-'- ___'--V-V.__.......-- ',..::],It.,'\rr...,. ... ,!...V"_.;t i-._.. V

or by the way Nassau Inlet, condemnation of them have been from Jacksonville. Fla. ,. MdIio.. ,_- r"- V
Per eLl)'. ,- ;. :. ,. U. 0.11: _v-_.'10 a.&Dd :10
element in the discussions maae, and no substitute -from( tfil 9 L..and u till a p.m. Per .( '::1.$0 LaD ;. .0. LakecltT3:3oaaaiJIr.I, :" '; -
is an important suggested .ex Then week. from d ..
: RistoBNCC-Comer. Ocean and Monroe it to |ia.oo COMMISSION BaJdy; ___ '_;_..,=-.m aDd s: a m
concerning transportation that pt.this one dredging, which was rents, 6-7-601 Satb&ctory arrangements made with. f,amities :MERCHANT r Arrive at JacksonvUle ....IS.Qaaci 4uj.to .fr

are earnestly' exercising, the minds of considered in the light of apreliminary ; take Fine livery accommodations.Open -.- f-!_ .LaDDIALS1Ia.- J ., 'TRAINS, TO Sn MARKS* "t .
& ,MARKENS .
experiment shown in :)
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as was a letter placed )
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a&er June lit under above ROCERIE (Taeadars,'nWsdays..s Sah dan.l __
many of our citiz ns. read before the Board of Trade terms. '"6is* PROVISIONS. CRAI*. r._
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Leave Tallahasaee.; : ...... V
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We give, in this issue, the report of some two years ago, ihe Engineer before, WHOLESALE GROCERS.: O ; HAY v SEGARS. *c. Arrive at St.Marks. ---.oJ n:,,. 'I. .
TAN. HOTEL ...
METRO '- Leave St.Marks.. _,
Chairman of the Com !then in immediate charee. stating that Sole Agents for FIorlda'or ----- ICSS p.
Dr. Baldwin: to run JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Arrive at Tallahassee,._,,,,_, Eu :1 .

inittec of citizens who, some time if: the dredging did, not succeed, the until th Savannah. and Charleston prices.' JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. V A veriU's Chemical Paint,and' ';_ .:' '-.RO3ERTWAUE1.. 'f' V

plan above alluded; to, would,next be in the Rec1er sod Gea1. .
5.pc.
since, visited the bar to see the effectof tried. The importance of the speedy The Will! remain open during Summer fcr the accom. ,': ,White's\!. Patent, Money' :Draws-' .*' H. L. MAGEE. Ass't Scapc. II J"

the dredging operations of the of. Agent I!! vSTZA'MSJC
completion some plan of improve. river V
& KOOKER Bucky sells boots
c the traveDing public:and citizens aaonpesLthA
Burden. We shall in ment is becoming generally. LIZZIE. BAKER.. !
steamer Henry daily more appa: on the, V V 'I.
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our !lext,. ive the report of Captain rent and urgent, and stimulates: 'your the DEAf, Florida.EJS. con*Ocean and Boy Prices Greatly. Reduced. : ,, VOLUSIA. ,',.. .-.: : C..*4 W.: .I. T. CO.S RAILROAD.

committee to appeal to our citizens. to and : ed 0.'Real Estate security. General ;. LaD., ., "
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C. F. Smith on the feasibility and expense make renewed : inturacce Agents an! dealers in Pine I.- '.f'V. PROM ,.' *?
and earnest effortThthis tion to' ,&c. Springfield siburb a specialty.\ '. RATE PER DAY, $3.50 ,. Vaa Brunt fc Ero's..Line .aP8dt...''!' _
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of a channel through Nassau direction. It is understood that waters solicited. 3-stswtf FERNANDINA.TO,CEDAR.KEYS., .'*fi|
; FROM NEW YORKltw.i0s -
Inlet' sufficient for vessels, drawing an appropriation; for ,the continued' in their and liberal terms by, the week and month.. G IJIQ sovT.V Ge G J ttri.

sixteen feet of water. dredging of the bar for another period I ters, .DREW, r "Ba,Street,JacksonviIe.Florida.FAIRBANKS Faea..di- -- -_ _. ,S:30.w.a. .' '.....crr.w.tt.

has been made and that the contrac.' nel, TABLE BOARD AT REDUCED RATES'The fall ah.._ ___ r.3S 'SU yp.., V
OF THE COMMITTEE VISITING ; ND'COUNSEUOR.AT.LAW Baldwin ___ ,
SEPORT ir.
{ 9:00 .3.50"
tors are now operating under a renewed large a, -T Is.. .
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THE ST. JOHNS BAR. patronage of the public respectfully solicited. start.- y.-8)
contract, and by the.time that already GalnesvOJe....___'-. _..-11:31.__ ':50 "' "'11:1.-4 1:1& a
The Committee appointed at a recent this is expended, the system will have move i new Freedman t Bane BuIldiD&conICI ]. B.TOGNI, Proprietor. DBAUX in :3 Archer--., 3= '_, -.494tt

meeting of the Board: of Trade, been sufficiently tested to determine .Streets Jacksonvile Fla. April ssth. GROCERIES AND Brvro-:3 9G4a... '
depth of I...C.0.>W. 1774. 4-ssswjm PROVISIONS, Cedar Keys_--V. 6:1' .:a-n.. '
to visit, examine and report upon theoperatios its merits, and if it does not succeedin ume of : CONNECTIONS.'V ,
carried Cents furnishing; goods low atBudys.FOR BAY STREET: .* JACKSONVILLE:.FLA. .Ar -
now being on at producing a sufficient depth.of ,water And FERNANDINA.wnh Steamer City Point from
of river the Government J. BAKER Charleston and Savannah.Monday at 4 a...;sfrsarr
mouth
th our by or if it will hereafter require an vail Dictator from Charleston and Savannah,Thursdays at
for the purpose of increasingthe annual outlay to keep the channel rious or ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. SALE OR RENT-COUNTRY. Always keeps on hand 4 Brunswick a.sa. With steamer LUzic Baker, from Savannah I V

depth of the channel over the bar, open, duty lo ourselves will promptus mouth HAY, CORN. OATS BRAN, GROUNt those points and on Fridays St. Mays at 8 a.Mondays m. M 6...; far'

report : to secure, if possible an appropriation mal con ',Building HOTEL NDORANGEGROVE FEED PEAS;CHICKEN FEED. At BALDWIN at ,with for J Jacksonville P'&M. R,R.from. JacksonviUe -. *
4 oyp. m.;
That a visit, in complny with a to carry out'a'plan which promi. Fort Jacksonville,Florida PORK, LARD BACON V, At GAINESVILLE,with cn.eekJy'scap. at':08 a.line m.Say

number of our citizens (politely in- FOR.SALE OR.RENT. SHOULDERS, Tampa; with stage line lot NewnansvOle. Tuesday
ses permanent good results without average &* HIITTO J.BAKU. HAMS/ and Fridays. ">

utcd by the Hon. Peter Jones:, Agent an annual expenditure thereafter;. and it We win-rent fcr the season'oraclE on easy,terms, FISH, FLOUR, Orleans At CEDAR, every KEYS Saturday.with steamers With to and from from NW

cl' the steamer Henry Burden,) was And a very general reference only to cribs, BEEBE, THE ALA HOMINY,MEAL,RICE, West and Tampa.Fridays; from thcw skeamers places.Thandays. Key'-

made. 1 he manner of procedure was the plan proposed to produce this 'result if' CHACOor. ORANGE!HOUSE, HECKER'S FLOUR, FARINA' Tampa. With Mondays.Steamer With Coot from Steamer Tampa.Wawenock Sundays,from:
witnessed and the efficiency of the !. will be made in this report. In high ARCHITECT. Near,MeUonviUe. Orange Co.. Florida. BUTTERCHEESE.APPLES.ONIO S Suwannee Fridays; lor Suwannee.Tuesdays. .
POTATOES
means in use there fcr lifting sand the first' place, it is ,a fact, that the the MASONIC BUILDING WITH THE FARM ORANGE GROVE AND MOLASSES, SUGARS, COFFEES, SYRUPS,. ,.*] D. E. MAXWELL.ScpcriareadcI1tVVV5V '

frou the bottom and carrying it away, amount of water discharged from the the V NURSERY, ATTACHED.' V TEAS .COCOA
.Uanllaeaud parasoU to be Lad ,
at 't
$ ,7"J ,Ffrrid.s. macky's.B2OCK'S. ,
was t>factorilydemonstrated. From St. Johns is greater than from.any of lime, THIS :F'ROPERTYISMOST ELIGIBLY SNUFF .
information: furnished the committee, the other rivers over the southern Atlantic OILS, SOAPS, :
to any st ARTHUR A. BIRNEY LOCATED#miles from the Steam n-
STARCH 'TOBACCO.WOODENWARE. ,
LIME
short channel containing about nine : .
a coast of the United States. boat
occur. Landing on LakeS Monroe. BUCKETS. ---

1 feet of water, seems to have: been seat where deeper water at their mouths it the -.. BASKETS BROOMS,'SPONGES, TUBS ,,or. < ', .J ad

: 'lectedabont four or Jive nionths arid FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE CANNOT BE RIVER ,STEAMERS
ago: prevail, Jt is a known fact, that applied, : : ; ;

for these operations; there is said to the volume of water'discharged, must ing its :. ,.fof'-. NO"';" Jo., .,. be now ovtr eleven feet of water in in a normal condition bear relationto of TROPICAL FRUIT V .
a
25000.: CITY... EVERYTHING SUMMER :SCHEDULE.- #-
the channel. The time whichha L '
new the channel
through which it
runs, c If not sold beforcthe FIRST MONDAYin MARCH
been occupied in dredging already: and that such a large stream in motion that t A... MZIK. nest,the property will on that day be offered at public IX TB* O'N-a after MONDAY; .n.saLs ;
sale to the highest bidder. FORAGE.GROCERY.AND PROVISION LINE of this U1riit leave Shipyard Wharf aflr>
and the demonstrated efficiency of the acquires an almost! irresistahle'power i secure & MEEK FLEMING Apply& DANIEL to (Sundays. exeeptedj.at I o'clock...,...,_for .-r.. '

,incans in use in our presence indicate or momentum to overcome and remove pose. Attorneys, I SELL FOR CASH PALATKAw:

that the mass of sand removed must obstructions in its course and : ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. V Jacksonville.Florida

have been very great, sufficient, it create for itself a channel commensu. ? 4 OdSr.J8. tf LaD.>> AT and intermediate landings and return same day. '* "''*

would be supposed! to have removed I rate with its volume. Such being the ',bunding,Jackson: vffle.FU., All shades braids and chignons at Bucky'a. THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES. ThroughsteameraSar'j4

the entire obstruction existing case, we should expect to find deeper \ Merchants. ,Loggers, 'Hotels.BoanSug:Houses,and ENTERPRISER.
and have given ample water. there'j bar at the mouth of the St. Johns than weeks & IVERSQN' FOR SALE' families.* invited to examine my good ud prices. .V : i.:.i "I***

fact unquestionably is, that the bar exists but of local ag V and intermediate landings,will leave as above a T....
causes a and
nota THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES I and Saturdays .
county, l VERY CHEAP' days and return Wednesday and Sac.oraay
has been dredged out several times general character, produce an abnortualcondition wheat 1'j', : ; LOCKSMITHS eveniu. V : ''0' ; 'a
Shippers are requested to send !
during the here but the PAID FOR. COUNTJl Y PRODUCE OF ALL KIND freight down curies .
operations which the the '
prevents by a Three small Farms, near fhe.Ci/7li"Js.. attemooa. ".-:- *
sand from thedjacent banks has slid river currents from keeping open its bad turn AND"GILDING, Sift 4-6tf J.BROCK,Agent.Bucky \1

down into the channel to supply the channel where it enters .the ocean. the letter I Cleared land no ONE other OF improvements.TL'l'ACUS: \T TILLSON. & WHITLOCK. sells: the best white vests.HANGE .' -." ,,,t .
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place of that dredged and carried out The,ebb lidc.of a river is mainly instrumental made no At the sign: of the BIG LOCK. ONE OF TWENTY V V Successors to Thos. A.W'.n50n. :_' __V < V
of it. The distance across the bar in its ACRES '
I forming channel out ing the About fifteen acres In culdTUfo 500 grape vines and StEAUZS IX ( OF SEHEDULE i4 -
proper is now only about thirty or to but the ebb tide M. D., fruit trees subsoil -
sea, at the mouth for : underdraioedf clay ; one of the best '
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GRAIN. ..
peaces for gardening. FLOURAND; >FEED.. :
forty feet, but;/it low water, there is of the St. Johns is prevented from performing Having : HOMOEOPATHIC "

a distance of at least half a mile, this necessary ffice, owing tothe I ONE OF TWENTY.ACRES, 4 jlanulacturers of ... The, steamer City Point laying bteu '..iiUlnW for5 V
we AND SURGEON. Summer
About four acres in cultivation halanro repairs ...
where good pinewoods
the depth from outside to inside existence. here'of force CORN MEAL HOMINY CRACKED
a that has best ;OB King's road 'CALL AB..... ,
(where there is ample water,) is the power of deflecting its water from de of Bay Street,I In Dr.Robinson's .C. C.COLLINS V THE; STEAMER'DlCTAtdR; >>il
to publish [ block east National Hotel. lootl Dealer in Real Estate.Witschen's Building, St. CORN RYE MEA!; GRAHAM
Bay .. ... :.Sqr
.: only ten feet.v This distance will need channel, and causing it to be dispersed can from .. # J V : ..f .b ::11

to be deepened to insure the depth and spread over the north Having ANNO, WEALTH,' V FLOUR CRACKEDWHEAT.ic.SCROLL V V CArTAIJ' ( LEO'.- VOGXL-.., 1- !l .. ...

which .our increasing commerce demands. banks fora distance of a mile and a liter's oft' HEALTH Vp 'J".. SAWING WOOD TURNING Win,nntflfimhsr sodeeks'ORLESWt'- .

By some, the hope is enter- half or more. Tbe'cause" of this deflection of a : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, -AND-. TUESDAY evening,and SAYANNAH..WEil:4.' a

tamed that by continual: dredging and is ,the open mouth of Fort t: .J 'J.'i TO:ORDER/ NESDAY.: ..fc,J'Jorida.arriving JACKSOSYILtE'
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the backs removal of sand from the bar, the George Inlet. The, currents in the termined : ",Block Bay Street, 'REcRE4TI0NI.. / .' ;: Wood. 'Sawed," Split, -and Delivered every TIURSDAY.,. .V ;"''zi V
on either side of the channel 7cki.Jl.FJIrU. i
river and in Fort George Inlet are for ment. : V. *' ") tfHIO '

;..; will: come;. eventually, to'have a sufficient most of the .'lime running simultaJri land and LANDS FO*: V ,' by Cord or Load.: RETURNING.j., l!

;.;.- slope and 1 be prevented from neousTy i oPpOsite directions. Doting S E ,. ": ..
Ross Block.Bay Street.opposite Mill and Wbar Win .
varieties ORANGE our leave PALATKA THURSDAY
. fr GROVES, COLONIES ,: every: evening/1
; siioing< aown into >f
the channel
, and the first of the ebb tide in the '
will the fall. LAW FARMS MARKET-GARDENS J A KSONYILLE.FU.T. JACKSONVILLE every FR1DAYomng.toa
; : withstand the action'of 'the tide "o'::" ., ,
river V
its
its .
: : itpursues course through "
and but when 'VILLA SITES TOWN salt the tide. FKRNANDINA same dy.Wfrlrg...
,
waves. But, it is believed by channel to"sea, but when the ocean ',-Building up suirs. ,. A. Wiuo'a.ss66' w.A.wnm-cot:
,/ your committee that this variety! '." LOTS SAVANNAH- .. CHARLESTON, in tim.r t KCKjt
hope has no flood tide rolls in on'shore, which while the fACKSONVILL Fla: '
t
, reliable foundation, because there does FOR SALE ON VINGS .BANK. CONNECT: WITH "
'f. are not at once stop the ebb current much so 4 SANFORD'S: GRANT. S 'V NEWSTEAMERS. YOR1C'
known
to exist at the *
mouth of our from passing out, because the currentsof seed *
nvcr, cross currents of eight L. MOORE.ACSJTT, ; THE FREEDMAITS SAYINGS TRUST CO., V "',..\..
.4- a peculiar the river l1ave acquired momentum of.wheat Saofbrd.. V 1 AGENTS. : V

: character, which have the power'to which enables them to cut-their: TLAV..I V "' .,. -
and JACDOIIYIU.a a3AZ. RAYENEL&: CO..Oiarlrstosu
;r remove ,
large bodies of sand and from PUBLIC SALE OR RENT. ,.;
' way through the ocean flood, and for I AND COMMISSIONER FOR 1 ; :tt
particular.- CIRCUIT I' LAKE BRAINAKD &'ROBERTSON.JEFFREYS. .Sa VV
considerable ON MONROE.
:s distance, to deposit them two and ,a half hours continue run the'\'ari COURT. Deposits of any amount received: from Individuals V .- '!dJ! _
* in positions which business societies. which Interest will be .BRO.ft: SON,?..TWId1aIV .
. from timelo time;, out even until it is half, high water 10 do c. -:- firms and. .o f
: ttaterially! ,so : V allowedDeposits : a BlO.JcIcaoss1fl
changri'the -
topography of upon tbe banks. But while this is ;.
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the river it is I the Two Sew. .Cottages near,.the Steamboat Landing a V .
I" banks and, courses of the going on the ocean flood has found Register. V r ..I. DA1 ItL may be sent by express.n/cumnt fund -'r.J'A.D.UIS..J'aJadL. '; ....w

. : difficult channel,of rendering it tortuous and no 'such resistance: at the mouth' of & DANIEL, SANFO&D.IncIudinK AI.IO. or by mail,in postal money orders and bank drafi 'II THROUGH TICKETS JNGGIVU., AND.. BILLS, b1L&D.- "... ?

. cuiiar entrance or"exit. This pc- Fort Georg 'Inlet, where h! flows in, AN 1iYr'fC I V The' Bank!open_ dairy from 9 A.K.to* r.M.;also JoCtf' !. "il
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,: character of changeableness drawing 'after it in the same direction editor in .ATrORNEVS-A T.LA W. .HOME twenty acres a desirabtwostory osi Saturday evenings fcr deposit only,. from 6 to I

suggests at once the necessity'of: the house,- with larg dUJng-tooia. detached o' Jcck:
removing contiguous waters around the self to : TO, RENT. -' .
Block,corner'" Ocean and Streets V WANTED
: : Bay I
':: can be the cause, or causes, if they mouth of the river. This is the main follows! f Jacksonville Fla. Suitable for i a Boarding-houseJ! : V. -tsyiw J WSWADr. :uMcr.A. \i: ....iT
: discovered V
: -. Useless for it would be a cause of cross currents which sweep details ., of A CONVENIENT DWELLINC.rt! '
expenditure of Apply to H. L; DmTOREST N. DOBBINS, ;
appropriations the channel theriver V
across this
at schbcking :
ip apply thcm to T, S oIiri'..Fla.Ja.sar : IN A FIRST CLASS CENTRAL LOCATION'
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removing obstruct "
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deflecting normal channel ited.% VV V -V .FOR A SMALL ,
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; lions of this character,'when the caus over the north banks, towards the ministerial < *,. JT3- ,\ ttl'sgtI I GUNSMITH.. W ES3LITH. V FAMILY. .n.. '

or the ] AT.LAW. PERMANENT 1 TNANTs.r .
lpCAUnL
difficulty allowed ,.
45 to remain Inlet the waters which, thus '
! il1 full force. .are, prevented done, MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.SA. AND GENERAL JOBBER
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By from pursuing 'their course direct Keno ,no stain: I __ FLORIDA V SAviNGS'BA.N ; .
some the -
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; very common process to sea, a V ..; V HoI Jil.oac. Comer Bay and Hogan Streets,

t. "sides;l running of the out break-waters on the This proves to be deflecting- force, day-school' Jacksonville;;Flal f _* r FRANK. : GREGORY.PlvT4stOr. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA W. L.: COAN "j..., fr '

in its banks channel; to keep the river sufficient to keep up a continual change The". local I : ; lf" PRICE LIST: V ; '-' 1 '. ',' :
has been ; JUSTICEOF THE,PEACE ,,,,;.",, V
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I'tmed" suggested M the both in the'iopograPhrid! hydrog; teen miles Twerve Lacs Beer Tickets for-.'- ft .*. SEWING MACHINES ,CLEANED AND ,

t' Inigbt *be, and of probably'such structure raphy about, 'the'' m'oath"of the 'river : and ; ; suippuixim Cooler,-.._;:. _-- :.s-:' : -. .REPAIRED. AK _. -.> -c ,
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i;,' some service In thu.way, i and wilj 'acco nt'.for most, if cot. all, and all PUBUCrand' OMIUSSIONI&: LtineJukePunrhlosCreaa'Paoch_ -V---I 1.50 NO.ARYV PUB L I-.C .,.. ,.
they
2L cannot ,b Productive .. as. V
? of CIRCUIT COURT V ,
the of the: material t < V
mount of benefit i ; .changes taking? place written up 'UUkpuaPh'V, .s. ORDERS tROll THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY Is soLARu-s3wcx11-: .' ';" -
ic Block.
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'" 1rho.suggest them anticipated those there. It has been said, however, JtaaapP-'"_.'_ ', -s. ATTENDED..TO...... ; ecn.r LtYaid PINE...... j" 1: -
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i;. t the remedy, be':- that Fort George.Inlet, .as a deflecting : the highest RT V Brandy Punch,- V i.. tj.WUslty 'J t .
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:ft' come into play as soon as Johns be EY 4T LAW. .cinrct.Ial.hV. .-...N .1., -S'jU < OCEAN HOUSE *
the "ater in must, _measured. :by tbe car ties : V .1 >>, .
the liver -irtH' : .' T .t. ,
SitnofbUlodL
v haS reached the of the former receive -- --- .. .'
teayll'd'turemity. of pacity to the Police, Block,Bay St.,JaeksosnrflU.'FU.: PLAIN DRINKS IS CENTS: c. V '"
: chaDeiand 'bis: artificial waters which seek an entrance at its reported i aI&c"ru Imported Ginger Ak.Bast Ale Dublin Stout.Cor- ''' VV -.
of Setae
-J beSides % : dae'di5s the ; Col- '-. .- SAt-E..< JACKSONVIL1Z* ..< '
txpeDs;.of tb' ; the enormous. : mouth. Its capacity for holding water to ( tQ. V .VV ,4d.. dials.'V: V '--71Yr. FO'R: : : V

Preclude th ir' construction' would in comparison with that of the and : : _., ., :J jcHARD A House and .tbUd1UR110end in th.Oty Carn 7 '_1nwI.! b. Ji i ivr.r..... "
1 :b* trl d :* ***** St. Johns is small but the size of : R .MCLAUGHLIN, :t; A '
crimel1t merely : the scribers' MOURGEON, -fjacksoavflk. The hous: Is large,well Inished, sad I wfll remain open during! the sl1ll mer mo'-.
.1 it believed and furthermore, Itof Inlet has'Dot'so'aiucb to do.with Its stricken 'REAL'ESTAti'AGENT. V V \T> .. > .' -* ** '
that the' b : .flat\ r>ran***of ths States fit dnp vi&b med r.Improvements.'Inquireof '
ittiDt; sc$ the deflecting power as is alleged. The cheerfully Dyeing:.,t>ll&h-.). ... b.avZh.tlm. TRANSIENT BOARD .'- *" 7,.!- .
dificuly :
. theii ; althoUgh' weztul ex.n rudder of*. bears email 'AND SCOUR1XG'ESTABLISH.WENT 3', I. C.:bAk.. j'acltso. vflie.FljL. V ;i1 ,15!" .
cffcctJ ,sbip a proportion at,d .tb's AD sorts of Real Estatt bougBi anil sold;lloiy'lnvested. -- : '- .. PE2 DAY o/1 ao riR: W iE. : ,"
: the upon the tuvigation of V l eMmlnrrf.Kxm .. ., ., .. ...
I bar ale to tbe entire bull of the ship, but lug .Taxes naidTltles V -' : ?- f- c. 'Cj .td .r-}
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the 110t thtt IVca.simple, and it has the jwwerof deft cting from',fits pleasure Cumins'I WeaarIDjPPre_ # ,. ,.wr FTOUSSJOW,.to Curtio.WUBam BcJlefoote Astor.,Eso.Pa,. SAMUEL; ,FAIRBANKS, ,;: ..:. ->...,, --#t b Very leasonahts...'.......V, arrangemcBts., .i mad*''with' _permanent..,* 5".,. ..;.
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the IItem ofdred as'cpcDiiv i evenas course the comparatively: vast; bulk of yourP.9 !1t : ; i; r' Lac earerully* leaned i.d'd .: Lewfa Yarkt .f Pbiladnpbi/ &: Sto&ss.-bo'vd.. ,:.. NOTARY. -- ...PUBLIC-<_ .FOR- -DUVAL-- COtTXT,, -.-:;' .""""....._"'- .\. .-.'..._._... c.L..o btRirCT vn.' ;. -;V
OW employed matter in the aDd the & b'tW..$1W...sad W- Pb/Iadetphia/ : .Baak.,J .,
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t ; :THE NEW SOUTH&- QDmQ11'cd, aadwhoJ rhile in Won orRct ; 0 .tarrll hen the bcty l v lacrosa v the peninsulaT lijclndlng -' an* scarcely s tell_.,;.bat. they looked-a delivered_.._--' _brief s-opening-' -'"- -address.- The --

I : 1 : I *DNI. respects they might be the acme of justice and Grin.businesscarried tho Jak region to which we tough they were reminded of the &convention nominatd Wm., Gaston, of == IISCLHZUI.

.,C.UN. .to jhe would No ._ on. in thls.Statelas and Boston, f governor, and Wm. S.
,, L, :41"C .VUSlIla. } .DAMS.CAkRL'Tfl St CO.J. | negro, yet obJect togiving baTe been referring, in whicE lie. xmseto, Scottonhis, "unhesitatingly t an- Smith PRINTING. -
1 I ,,1, ':" 'I,'" K ..Il-&OQG. him official position; and thereto las !been.go. changeable; I incb.aracter,.as'. the connte/f! JxJvyi; Hernndo,"IUis! swerl g In'tbo'amIratve"'hen asked governor., of Springfield for' lieutenant

prM' I" our remark: that '"no colored need bad to many upS I1j d"doiishsnitt'somtuy boro, Uolk, Orange. Sumter, Volujla, to nomination. -
9.
. S. ADAMS. LD1TOK.TO accept aldcnta Albany, Sept. :-The Lbr State TiE NEWS
and has
the time
I ; ; ._-._- spp ." was perfectly proper for, for reverses, at same Marion and Putnam may bo considered All the people said"you(are willing." Convention met t day wa called UJf
Ir I what should ht There made such great and steady pro res, tStiticiIi1tiw r to to order by Cochran who ad '
CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. apply are men ttexorapgo belt/of 'jJret l Stjite.And: the, {'tJnlayfnbiSbe 89. i ;f \ .v General ; JOB AND .BOOICPJUMTING
i""j hur1ACaJ! immnlkre tolldted from*11 part oftbc who are Republicans at 'h art", who [ ; tthl rgw etbfangetVhilo ralga'and vigorous groves of'the wildorange dressed the convention at'great length,
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: Mat* Abo, communications on subjects or general would take the view of many men. starting with Lou criticizing the Rp.Ucn' management ,
interest,especially ducational.. social and!tadsutnult same the negro Uiat naturaUy.rabounded-. -- State News. of publfc : ; .
't1 ,, ,., tceaHand af4Ir. EABLHME.
/ upics. o.u ibeir letter. as as this convention and'therefore-the much too Httltf knowledge
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It brief..th*6iet>and drcumttances wUJ permit. region moro than4elsewhere confirn ,SOUTU.CAROUNA -4' 1 .." -
::;' W* ara 1M4 ratpuotiblt' (or ,. cjtKspanJentl. Reject 9 -There
Sept. is
101 luaauxcripts can neither goIng their in the first I mbia a dead
\\ h,*- tttvsa.daotp.m4. Anonymous coatributloMUI .political. standpoint, is bat an "Imagina. i beyond means to'have been the.'most natural and best Captain H. A. Gray, the ,steamer. lock circles, caused by prolc a p 1'-U."
a*U noticed. from( :frt Harion-ev'er phur e dpt5ouf' ,
\Ii'"; _- ry rkit'Cozrvuntlonta. instance or untimelyi ;:.or; adapted habitat of the tree.ButJnendeavoringtto : endeavoring to overcome the failure of on Credentials -, "
TI. other accidents have particularltla'Lhvalley ? obstructions and difficulties, has Conceived .
I." : .1 REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS.JV Re-Assemble in the First set forth the the iilea of running a barge 'from The to report. PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRlNfl'.
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It. of the St. Julius,,Iiii1 let entirely, Convention met at today
4. f j Msiufcer Congress-4 4 District. the'iH sineu'and special claims of this region to the gen- SilverSpring to tbe upper lakts. Ho *but adjourned 10'o'cock .' '< _
District. leaving perhaps.the any Sock
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: t c. JO.IAU T. WALLS..' We ,are glad to s e the) call issued for State in discouragement and disgust eral interest, we have,reached the.limit started aiM on his first,trip ,last Saturday thing. The met afternoon at CRD.
utter_ .If cucpessful will, continue agin'tb3
; ..J..J.i of a newspaper article, and must leave, weekly at,5 o d until Io'doek 'fiShiNG CARDS
JI'.M..mbarDjauk't.. the re-assembling of the convention in m ny"!' (hare. met,with great rips until the river rises. As the,Marion to-morrow. *
'r' the
i, T 4- ) '-. WILLIAM! J, PUJU.f. .'' the Firht District at Tallahassee on the uccoss in various tarts pX,\bf, State. spt.cal topic of the local advantages only draws sixteen inched of water ho I Committee on Credentials are not ,WEDDING C\ID. ,
Te
' ': 15th of September. This I*, perhaps the Unlimited, 'guantitisur: dry stubsjof I here,fur o orange-raising.and the extent. will try this week to niaka' the trip with to report,, and have not ,yet i A BI ,: uAD:
!; !; Republican State Ce t omm1ttee'for to.which .they are being to lis stf anier, and if bO it 'possible reached .
; ""i ? ;t,*' .Florida. .' j' wisest course that ,can ,now be ,taken, orange stock, that hare'faiKd to growI' imprto will discontiua the b r fnds. plico the the.Charleston delegation. -1 LEn 'HED.

,.4. ; \,: U.CitAsoif,Chairman. D. EXCAK.;Secretary. and possibly may bo effectual, but to through bad management, can still be our next article.. : Marion regularly on the routeOcalaBanner. 'Te'oppo'sit1 to MoSes and Cham CIRCULARS
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's (. ;(. District:' "JJi.trlCtII: retain two Republican candidates in the found and-yet1 the business lof'orange- We will, however'add 'Je e" a, -few- 'of tht strength. A of primary the caucus POSTERS. .. .

4.'I" .1,' ? 4.I. I.tliram W. Lut1c Potter:.. tt.$.. S H..-T S.Da Harmon.,. field would insure the election, of the. jrowing is fast increasing, and ins few thoughts that bear upon th question of ,\Vo hop means to relieve the np will Itsdirg'tpiris tomorrow morning opposition at BRIEFS i.'I I '

.c", 4* Smith W. J.Itawson.& 16.15. J.W;W.Braun.HoweU.IT. D mocralie.ticket.. )ears.will reach'what to inanywill seem future.transportation across\the peninsula per \. settlements from the 9 o'clock when steps will be taken to PAMPHLETS,

r 1. .' I t nr. H. Daniels,: ). D..TannehlU.! After the temper exhibited by the or- an astonishing and almost Incredible as.they, arc directly suggested by convenicncies' incident low water maybe 'deride on-a third man. Blvth, of Granville --"BLANKS OF'ALLJCINDS.
C. M. L. Steam. IS. Peter Jones, herein made. t and eabrok,'oC Charleston, lead ? .
1 ,. gans of a Republican Executive emcnt By'way of successful j-tf" ;
Rupert Charien. '9. W. H. LeCaln.J engaged magnitude. 0 T. ; Bd'fom our knowledge the movement! the '" ;
.. Among ,
.. : ,. 9. Samuel Robert Meacbsa Walker ti.eo...G.W.J H.Alden Gleason, in endeavoring to,defeat th\ regular '.The orange.regions! of special,note jirho the S.Johns' and. Oeklawaha rivers, .Of thO'skill: energy df Cap'tVGrav, prominently Spoke, of by the gentlemen: COLORED PRINTING AND GILT;WOftt.

'*to.$. Dennis I. W. Brock.i Ian, t.i.a.'_T. Mijbee._ Republican ticket, and their vile State consist of the Indian river light draft river' boat ,carrying'somesixtyor we feel ,sure he will accomplish! lib aimsin tion are Jud.rt's Green.Wiusmith.oppsl- -., -"

\I It' :\,.) a. Wm. D.Sean .... Eo 1.".: and bitter attacks uuon- the Republican- region, the Orange" cpunty and Lake : ,tons, now run regularly a way satisfactory to the upriver.. ana others. There is considerable hope -
7 ,I candidates some remark ot course is from this city, wjicn the water is at its people. '' now of beating both Chamberlain and CHEAP, NEAT'AND PRO.P.
. imntuCAN cowcamiojui. CXECVTIVI COMMITTM.WCONO EUillart'gion.thu.region of the'Pansoff-- Moses. Tho l leading conservatives have
- BISTJUCT.Ai aroused by so sudden u.change of tactics tee andWithUeoochfc, thc Orange Lake usual stage, t a point only fourteen SUWAKJIEE co NTT. indicated .that it.either of the above -
.1'1 a matter of eonrtnlence to'those wishing to correspond and all sorts of about bargains miles 'distant from Lake Pansofikce 'The Conservntivp Convention gentlemen r\ KEENE,
whisperings was '
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region, the region ij the. Ock'lawala get the ,. other
i with any mrmber or the Republican Executive tipper any _,. _,
: '* which empties the held! at the court-house at 12 o'clock nJiable
Withlachoo-
through
trades the
; and Republican
Committee of this tricks are ife. Lakes to conservativeswill
District Ilsn-is. BAT
we append the list cf that and Griffin, and the saa.JAu. a.oama.
day, and W. B. Tailor '
J
'anI M. Hull
., Committee chee into the Gulf of f Mex'ico. accept him and make nomination.
4'. ; ;with pott-office"addresses: Hut our correspondence from the Capitol southwest The ]landintervening no
4c const." Of the tVidirsfs1 were chosen delegates to the Convention Green' Dealer I in MDlneir. Fancy
seems to be the Goods
Hon. | R. most
SCOTT.Chairman prominent. an l
. .1.1 Hon. A. A. KNIGHT,Treasurer.;Jacksonville.JatbonYiJle.- ) shows the accidental Governor to be tions, we.nrtf ln 1if! d full .accounts. for I between Lakes Dunham and to: be. held in Jacksonville on the 16th kinds. Keepsconsumly_ 0 styles fl/

F I" ,.:i1 Psnur) E.WALTM.G. luhMon ectct&ry, Lake Jac oflyillc.. thoroughly alarmed at, the condition lo pub1icatldn', 'and of'tho others': having .Tansoff kee i a low saw-grass marsh, inst. Another .Convention will be.held Cincinnati THE.TIJOCmE I TENXOSEE. HATS AND TRIMMINGS.
. '. J Ctey; which his through which- for the on the 19th to nominate a Representative. Sept. 9.-A dispatch says '
Hon. H. S. and has -
I Harmnn G& navule, perversity obstinacy greater portionof
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I. HOt E. k. Chadwick. Palaika.! .. : some personal knowledge, we proposeq to the'L gislatuliie'Oak Times Governor Brown arrived at Memphis .Dress Goods; a fine asaonaeaf of
i hoe. BiTch Gibson Ocala. brought the parly and his fright has induced -' wake mention",' as a'matter of present the year, the waters of Lake Harris. yesttrday.frm Trenton, the scene of
:: Hon. t)enni Eagan. Madison. :. him to call a halt in the down- find their way to the Gulf, thus'demonstrating A day or two ago a son.of.L.: Jennings late masked murderers' KID GLOVES
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\J Interest
M. to and
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Papy bt.
AugusUa ,
many proximately stepped 'upon a horned snake which 'oprtons.
b.a'i L Petty Ftrnandina. <' ward course to the destruction of the a route of,river 'and canal, connecting -I struck' him the He says that the conviction Very CHEAP:also,a utt as.orts.ent ofWHITE
!! t..j J"ha A.McDonald__ ,.McUenrille. very great interest, to .aU. ,Somewhat ; horn passing through ble! in Trenton is that
, ., and himself. Better the and Atlantic thes side persons onlyfive GOODS.
: ., party late than teaters, of his foot, makinir an
\ ". -- .. -'- acquainted with the prospect of orange- a"l nly: negroes of the sixteen taken from
t never" 'it'fs said but the through low land wound. Dr. Allison wasealled but before jai Haft just received fine lot of
The Primary Meetings. / already Democracy growing wn the two rivers, we afn persuaded lu eiy'penetra: ho were shot dead.lATERS a

t't The Democracy, In the care and watchful hare gathered strength ar.d that within three years fifty almost tcithcut grade, :'requiring 'only 'leg had reached swelled the to such patient an th extent* foot that and INLET LGUT OUSE. HATS. LINENS GRENADINES. .FRENCHAND

.1. t interest which they always bestow courage from our broils, and it may be millions of oranges,worth" $ ,ooo.ooo. fourteen miles of excavation.: fears were, entertained that ,the boy Washington,Sept.9.-TO Lighthouse JAPANESE,CHALUES

: Upon their own primary political meetings too late. With the halting and divisionsin will annually seek a market through the Le .busts is only eigbteen'mies I would die.- Dr. Allison succeeded inreducing Board gives notice and after 'mbi soU at greatly reJuced plica. 6'373111W
tho honest distant from Lake on' the swelling.* and October 1st, 1874, a light.will be shown
: pursue a Course in which it would' Democracy, give us an waters of tho Ocktawatu and the St. George the, yesterday '

!'I II :; \ bo well fur Republicans, to follow. The peace aud accord among ourselves and John, and for their transportation is St. Johns, aul more than'half the, route he Times.patient 'w s'rapidly'recovering.: .- erected film the at sirew'pile Hatteras Inlet lighthouse,Pamlico recently Sound. SAMUEL B. HUBBARD,

almost total neglect of leading white once more we will win. alone will require a daily steamer through' Jnv and level land. The Cotton is coming into town in large The light will show'red flashes at intervals .

.. ;, Republicans] to attend the primary meet -_-_- each river during at least three months class of eteau'ers"now' running on the quantities and fair prices are being paid of thirty secondBetween the Jathsonville, Fla.,

: : ,' ings, of the party has been a powerful J The Floridian a Little Anxious. in each year. Ocklawalia pn, at, high tide, .pass for it.-rfniM.. flashes their "i be a total eclpse. Importer and Dealer in

,' source of ill feeling and dissatisfaction The Captain is not fill entiraly.taken Leaving tbe lower St. Johns and Ock- througb'tneltand passage to Fernan- General News. .

from: the first organization of the party, up with matters in the First District as lawaha regions for future ,mention{ by there deposit their l freight oh Temperance at Yellow.Bluff. HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL

; and will continue to work mischief until not to begin to be a little anxious about, ourselves/l >r others, ve, propose lo in, sea-going vessels, and may begn.a Springfield "Mass., September 7.- JACKsONVILLE FLA.,, :S pt,4,"74-. EDGE TOOLS.TABLE and POCKET- .

.: ;. t corrected lleii who do not cure enough the Second as wo judge from the following trodu.e ,our aea tI'J;1 '.oncet.tu.thQ or once if tb cioOH Here DickllJor FairfieM'd' paper mill; at Editor Yew South :-M a regular CUTLERY
'. for in the last Floridian. The cisely ,what is, p cdelpromote\ the canght fire last night from meeting of Duval -
: the interests ,
.1. and welfare of the party prac- ange country of th e upper Ocklawahaand : Dhiion'No. 1, S. or '
\ spontaneous combustion in the Nails, Glue, Putty, Glass, Paints Oils
agricultural ,
to which they profess to belong tu give tical question, in these piping times of ,hJ'ak' s. Taking'.the.Ocklawaha advancement of East Florida room. rag I T.. held last evening was, by 'vote of,

; ; Lime and attention to the proper conduct straight Democracy, I is whether civility steamer at the wharf in Jacksonville. and to prevent its going backward. Lisbon September?.-The Portugese the Division requested to publish the LEATHER BELTING RUBBER PACKING. .
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r of the caucuses and preliminary meet to the Liberals] will not drive more the traveller'afttr"ti; joying 'one of the au existing 'channel tif communication: Minister Interior lias issued a notice that organization and progress of Webster STOVESTINWARE.CROCKERY, PUMPS

. .... ings of their'party, thus not 'acquainted Bourbons out of the party than it will most strange and unique trips that can be 'from the upper St. Johns and Ocklawaha the: J\rabiL ports in ibo Uud Sea are in- Division No.7: S. ofT., recently organized Lead and Iron Pipe.

; I with the feelings and motives by which coax in of shaky,Republicans. This is found'on"the continent spends a day on to an adequate seaport., Fourteen fe the plague. at Yellow Bluff on the first Sabbath

I" the patty action may bare been con. very gineerly hinted at thus: he broad and beautiful) St. Johns having miles of cheap canal will give ''a light Elwoo'd'September 7.-In ,New Jersey, near in AugUAt. I went there, accompaniedby DOORS:SASH.BLINDS.MOULDINGS.SUGAR
and
; trollud, are not likely to be batijfied with Tun SECOND DiSTRlCT..Tbe Conservative i an average .breadth of over 'two .draft stunjir: channel from the Gulf to ravaged hy'exti-nsive Egg Harbor Ores the, woods are Bro. H. II. Corley,:W. P. Duval Division Mills, raton.c.

i. :." any course that: may be taken, and arc Convention of the- Second District miles;,a second in winding among the the Atlantic on the day of its completion acres in all being invaded some causing. 30,0 No. 1, and organized ''Webster' c s.FiIf'i. Xofftftf">jeUi*., anJ rut

very apt to fall Into the habit of quarreling to meets nominate in Jacksonville a candidate on ,fur the 16th ins U dense woods'through! which: tho Ocklawaha. which an eighteen mile canatrom Lake great destruction to the limber and.in-, Division No. 7, with. 16 male and 3 female SmiZhinz Jane to *dr'; diy

,- '.. .. and bolting.In There has been! ample notice Congress.and the wends jts. devious i way, in its Eu-stis t Lulu George wi rele\6 from iuringalarjje extent of cr\nbelT mars-h. members, who had prior to organi-

; refining, in 1868, to participate in Convention will probably. very fully nightly torch-light exhibition, giring-a Ockla the long wah and'. tortuous navigation .of the associates General Whitley, wirh many of his zt..in met, named the ,Division! and C. 1..MATHER. fUNK E.LrTTLt.jr .
These'tacts .
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\ tho elective attended. It ,it is wise in the selection wonderfully and beautiful view of are worthy ,ofatttntion. selected t their officers, which officers -
franchise the ,
Democracy of a car.didatctherewiII be 'trouble .Paris, September 7.-Victor Hugo'has
". were actuated double l in i ts dense and tangled: forests. ;,apart .ol written letter were elected ,as follows: A. W. Lawless -
by a motive Pn-j- electing ,him. The dissatisfaction > : ** a declining, an invitation. L MATUE1
I udice against the colored meu and a dis- among Republicans at.the nominationof he t1iidin.following.a i : : twisting and i Democratic Count Convention. to the Pe t Congress at Geneva. lit; ', .W., P.W, .,lI.-Mermia.;W..A. ; J. ._a ', jkm.1STATIQNERS: /,

.: iuclinatiun to share with them the labors I WI'II.i is very wide spread, and there. meanderingjC.burte.through; the upper The Conservatives in very 'fair number says peace cannot be established until v. Ba1san.l. S.; Mjss Ramies, F. S.; '.: )"J;," : d:: -

I ,'f of the citizen,wne dissuasive i is an evident determination among many! s;tavannas .till, In the. .afternoon, LakeGrifthi assembled in P lk's'lal on Wednesday another Franc-o war has been, fought bt'twen'' Mrs. Lawless, A. R. S.; Geo. Calder, ; : '. 1
aetrong and ,
,I of them not to him at the Germany. Jle to the ,
support polls. (paints .
I juid then, in case or non-participation: These may be drawn to the Conservative is'readied, and one of the most morning at 11 A. M. Themeeting existence of,deep and undying hatred Chaplain; -Summers, Con.;-Snrrarrie -

. they could subsequently claim' that they side by good nomination but they open, airy and delightful' 1/ike/ regionsin was called to order and the call.was between the two countries, and declares I. G.; V.BdsanO. G. ; L K. : '

: were not actually represented in the may b o. driven into';an unwilling support i the world opens to, the greedy gaze read by Col.! J. J. Daniels, the Chairman that ihfio wi bu a: duel l between the Smith. P. w. P.; A. W. Lawless, D. G. .

. government and in fact, did so claim. action.of Walls The by Conservative incautious and leaders impolitic in the of the traveller, giving a pleasant contrast of the County Convention.The ism.principles,. Monarchy.. and Republican W. P. .' ,

: e But Republicans who to the somewhat monotonous experiences permanent organization of There were then but three male residents *
will neither the
East '
give however are acquainted with the Boston, SptemberS.-ameI A. Cue, AND -
: their .presence ,at tho piimaries nor condition of things, and will no doubt previously bad Convention was t.ompletet at once by the State convicted of forgery of the place, who were _at home, ,

t. any influence In ,the promotion ot wise influence i such action as will induce the: Here in asociable proximity Lake I the selection of Hon.. Wilk Call,for President in raising figures on_ Jtuck,ce left outside! the influence of the ord ;r. '

,.t: :. counsel and prudent action, hare no favorable consideration of all classes Griffin on the north aDt1'w'cst. Lake Eus- and of; J. L. Durcli; ,"if. S. Holmes ,cates, was. to-day sentenced to. Ight There was ono store in th town ,tbat. Bookellers.JICKSONV1LLE '

: right to complain of action that they and by a result handsome in the mujol'election of tfie nominee tis five miles! tq'thu sontb and east; Luke and II A. L'Enple as Secretaries. : year in the. Stafo.Prison". sold !pirI'Cus( liquors. The Divisionhas d

:. : might bare influenced but would not. ty. Dora a mile farther'. to the south east: In the'mattel of determining-' credentials Japan The '''difficulties between China and had but four or five meetings, and t *. .
arising out of the
If men who claim hare Lake Harris to tho west of Dora, and of delegate, much confusion of Japanese: jO'ulion at its last regular meeting the peopleof '
to the most In. A Republican Nominee by the Union. Formosa, and which, recently FLORIDA
i telligonce in any party are not willing: The Union' ''made' al 1 the stretching along to' the wc reaehing for a while prevailed, and.I here'a elsewhere threatened war between the two nations, that town were made glad and re- .1.: \2.1
having
to lend their intelligence and knowledge opposition withlu n wile of the southern extremity floods.of first-class] talk was expended .are reported to:; have ben amicably ad. joictd'over the fact that the party who
the
possible to Republican candi iusted. HAVE JUST REMOVED TO THEIR ,NEW
of Lake Griffin'-arid was engaged in the business of retailing
I for the .connected/tjirough= to little
common good. very uscuUerly regardless
they cannot L dates
has heard from the
first district
rightly find fault with result* attributable a, small but 'rllirg; Ll :run. with"Lake of the expenditure 'eloquence Two' German war vessels cruising off liquid damnation to his fellow man, had AND COMMODIOUS'STORE ON
and finds itself now in the throes of the coast of have.been fired .
to their own negligence and inertness. tuddt-u another Dunham"on which is situated' the village that would hereafter be requisite to clc'ct by the Carlists.Spain upon put away tvery drop of .the stuff, pot ot
and decided
) I change of I of Okahurakee, and where is the theIickct.\ Tho his store, and declared his determination BAY 'STREET, 'EfLAU ,
fin .
base. : : Austrian '
three i Expedition '
After ,, months of diligent present terminus',of the,, navigation of After motions of which PulaI. rn; 'iiever'afn to e ', -.
; We trait that,et'cry true Republican various kinds, al beurethe.mcting suffered. .''rom aot '- -
opposition to Republicanism. f rbusD"*
: WHEREV'1LL'E
; d will make proprietors the Ockla'vaba.iircr, Seven miles, and ( .at'once the of 83 of anything that could intoxicate, .
; and
1 Jt; a matter.of special duty to hare discovered: that nono properly l4xpsure. rcache point 1': drop U t. : }. i fi.n .
bolting little to east of south or Luke Dora lies before n nbrtberly immediately made application (or :
; Attend our approaching 'primaries and 1 it all. tit kst matters settled .i- .* ; '"
;, take part in th. efforlitoeevure a safe docs not pay, and ft re hurrying back the large lake oi.Apoptay; .with-'it rich somewhat and in somo unaccountable tion yet attained by civilized man. membershipjn. the, Division and was on A lARGER ASSORTMENT
into the ibid. ,But. hft union is too dignified The Herald still insists' that Bismark i that ,
: ; and night initiated. The that .
and productive bordering region fonnlogO committee next step
,
credentials
acceptable nomination for the rep to make and way 3 on of one is covetously watching i Porto Rico. Qf'
any open suildentnmb1Ing" one of the valuable was taken bythe members of the Divis- ,
molt of -
:: mentation of this county at the impending orlo portions fmi each ward,precipitated and repor ..FEVEli.Washington' '
perfortnany striking the State. Westward from Lake TELOV iou was the colored and ',STATIONERS
election. The has Harris thin elected] among people, SUPPLIES
properly
party long enough delegates ,8 Treasury .
political acrobatics that will Impugn fourteen pteOber'8.-; : .
> been cursed bythe clandestine,opera ,i it miles distant' therefrom and through Us Chairman S. Fairbanks. The D Department advised 'of the existence they arc endeavoring and '.i organizea -,- : t.JJ.' '

/ : ; tions of secret cliques and ring-combi-: consistency. >comes up' to the I connected therewith by. .a saw-grass roll of delegates! was then called of yellow' fever the following] lodge of.Good Templars among them. -THAN IS .1 U1..1: 2 1.,
work by degrees and I TO BE.FOUND IN,.
having exhausted '
tions. A fair and convention with marsh and run, through which the Caters and vacancies .supplied. points: New.Orleans, Galvestoh. Pen- This will place that entire community .
open ; its list of Democratic nominations, i it saeolu Mobile West ? T-T' : CH: (! \,i :
Darien.JCey FU.. within the 4- -
i influence
of Lake Harris and under the organizations' :
'I opportunity for dilCulsioia'and pass,for a large'p'or It was determined that each
delegate and ,
'. compaH now Mr. Norton Ga.;, .also, Baltimore *
as Hruns.\ic.
proposes a Republican of OTHER
:, L Ion of men has never been to our candidate, for Democratic lion of1he.peaas. \t:11 as at alljimes!\ select] his -man, that then. all bt put) and Ne" lrk. at] quarantine. In.view temperance, leaving no ANY, .HOUSE' JNFLORAT :; -

: knowledge held In this State; but this But in votes through the(JcklawaJid,, Ji}ies ,take Pan- vote, and the four highest should be! of tho prevalence tho disease at these inducement to any of the white or colored : ', 'IDA" .,..l- ,

I ; Is the only manly and acceptable course mation tbatjoumal1s and will thowayofrefor- sofTkee connected with the Gulfthrougb delegates while tho, next four should ports;! Secretary 'Bristow has issued a I, people for any one to open a,liquor ; ,

in a popular government. This will I we hope do good soon work bo'all in the right, and Wilhlacoorhee river.-- 'On many accounts constitute the alternates which -by .the A telegram: 'was he received says: at the Navy shop there, unless he wants t starve t' PRICES' COMPETING WITH PRICES
cause: I t '
:\ this region has strong groundsof is death at, miserable, business by,becoming '
give us a Republican always fair and
\ victory in the district "Go. on brother, recrjtand show works' way reasonable Jepartment todayfront Cmmodor CHARGED FOR GOODS ,OF THE SAME
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nod county, and anything less than interest to .Jie.peoplejof] this State method of choice.. After.a'short" 'recess commanding.. Peusacola.Navy his only customer. Thu Mr.
meet for repentance before .it is too and as we thinkto,the Yard,.announcing ne,of the Editor, and this ..DESCRIPTION. IN NORTHERN. ,CITIES.
: S this. any grab-nomination, will fail in I late" people, of the tho election ,was..made >yi.lhtho follow thl ( .surgeons yon community can see '
the North and West, as promising to all who ing results nt that post was' down wit the that there is one town in ''the State that ,
county and greatly endanger the : W. Call 46 f' ; yellow fever and the other ver '
Pce,82
election of Walls Xo man is fit for a The Savannah Advertiser. desire, comfonabllLu.nd..p.easant homes I C. Drew,'32, and U. Bowden 2; tasked, and asking authority 'to employ has banished this cursed evil from its WE: INVITEff: ; ;i"" '.

Republican nomination who cannot en I.I ,As an old acquaintance and valued In a and I Ito constituting the delegates.] The.alter. physicians'. residing in Pensacola... Act-' midst through the influence oi a temperance .ATTENTION.OF. .

I dure a fair discussion{ by his peers in :, friend we' wt-lco'me 'again the appear the producers of the West and great nates' were II. H. Hoeg, 26; ,J. M. two log surgeons Secretary of Rrynolda the. Navy directed.bo detailed that organization. These people ale ,', 1 .;::.i 'j,,.r : ,.

F '. open convention' and should not seek anomination. aore among our exchanges of 'the Savannah North-West, as" giving Pbo exact terri Baker 24; 'J. Haddock; 24, ,and J. ,L.Burch. immediately for.duty in earnest, and mbn business; yes,War CITY,AND COTNTRY '
T tory through which, by an-- ,easily feasible 22. atPensacola tothe, bitter end against i tbis rEALERS
Advertiser and trust, as before Washington, Sopt 9.-The. Secretary -, greatest ,.. ..' ." -
to derive much assistance from It. 'We transit, a cheap, speedily accomplished This concludes. the the main of the Treasury ha just issued another enemy.of man's happines and the most ,. .,

Knock 'em Down, brother. consider.the city of Savannah fortunatein and entirely practicable'route Is business done, but reprt.of made circular on the fever question, ''I miserable i ,traffic an people AND THE pirBiJC..GENERALLY or*,

The Union man has a chronic complaint the soon to be found for the' transportation a'' motion notifying: municipal and government ever ubmited.to.Yours '
I possession ot two daily of revolutionary or 'at least STOCK '
papers autarkies AND SOLICIT
; TR&Dt.
of wrestling'with tlothln:.. The the charll.Cterand, scope of the New and of the great:'ester surplusage of pro, seemed to be so considered, f in, urging i. and readiness on theseabuards. pfhis desire respectfully. .. i "
! .rfuiOCof the immense duction to'co.operateiO any.man- B H. t-
travail WEBSTER
that tho Advertiser. Vigorous enterprising, and weighing producers that the Conservative Connty Committee ner nacessary to secure the'greatest ef.ictency .G. SY. P. i I '
mountain was subjected to in giving to.the earth with its immense burden.: f an d of -
be action between
conducted as they have been with unusual cont spared as well 1! as not. .Whether harmony
birth to the mouse is under.wroabtm This in State and municipal authorities A Malt YORK' TRIBUNE.
an thrlakcf'mcn- Hon
ability, devoted to the interests lkegfor e fact that the Committee did not seem healb' Destyed NEW .
p tlon d on the one hand, of the '.
rilO.n In&lmuch".as the mountain with'iany others of ali sites Yi -I.
N. :
that city, wo doubt if ihe power of their 10 know how many delegates were toLe national BL'At. Sept. 7.-Thomas
; government the HAVE '
had fcmetkiny to chow as 'the result tILl both named and unnamed, gives, within I chosen upon other on malt-bouse- two' and a' half WE TWO BRAINS -
the business wicked t
a
n'yln important
development of .suggested a move subject, and to as
labor, while the Union the nf about s prevent' story brick building, situated on DrC.E.BrO.5SQ@Ud. '
man has nothing. compass forty,miles f far
;1 Savannah has ever been fully -apprecla. square was not clearly stated. as possible the l interruption of commercial street road about three miles Senec '" -
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.' The same renla.rk.n. be made ofthe a water area, mostly,navigable, of more intercouso..'with the consequent IS ALCOHOL A POISON f :
ted by her business men.If the A ; .the city,
Adeer deal destroyed this -
::- great of eloquence was 'dispensed of business a 1tre afternon. ThwAHaiao.d,1
stagnation and loss '
Union three hundred
present miles of reve'nne -
man made ,
as was by square ,nearly There
liter shall tan wu'U. helJ
: a former editor of that paper.....the Union acquire and retain the reputation I )n centre of the State, midway between by Call Rusel and Cooper with which, uniformly sul fr.'m the malt in .the ,building, which were also of THE POET, LONGFELLOW :'
achieved the ,
.Ad ert l access of '
by jaes1.'YIcidi.
r er-Repu othersancIMr. ;
vrai edited with the Cooper seemed specially a epdemic contageons There'was 8(5,000( Insurance -
ability at that time-of; of. tho, ,Atlantic / disease destroyed. "
can, it will do well enougb. We wish! rlo.bearng winds elated at his liberationfrom and ; SURVEY WEST
a contemporary editor, in words to tie I on ni of ilexico t- long: postponed stk 4,000 on the building V. S. THE : \ .
effect the best success tOlls conductors. aie' his onerous subjection to the' car The Surgeons in chares the marine The amount of the loss is not estimated.Mr. (WkhM.p.1, 1JDdLkULGat.w.:
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that
be *et up imaginary political on.the .other wlil. of. course, a hospitals at Galveston,New Orfeans and :
targets which. be fired shotsp&IJ' J deal of light and poor lands, but h god pet-bag"'desperadoes, 'and:rejoiced .ali Mobite, have)telegraphed, the supervis Thomas Clark above referred t THE"HORSE IN.AMERICA .

with wordy Incomprehensibility ptper Mr. Cooper,,never a ,Republican. an abundance for all fruit culluring: -i most with tears that nbne 'J w: could l log surgeon,'and through him ,the See.I.Is well known in this city, having spent IHuttraaW.! ) DUcortrit br.,Prc. .O.C VSAFETY" *
purposes '
'and chuckled violently within himself Having expressed surprise to note C: of as good( .land, as be needed. call him 3 scalawag any more* But retary. of u.the' Treasury_ the, assurance. many winters in Florida AT.SfA. ..
can ,
(Illustrated lroa..liil wB m*S *-
at the P. Cooper, Esq., among 'the Conservative with all;his voluble zeal and; his multiplicity Uial'yeilow lever'does.not exist, at. their ) .
Imaginary ruin and with some land1! :
derastt- asricbA3any that I ,
5t can .eum 'ilt l fc"u aw
respective ports. town on the R.EARL TIta Jmotsdng Lcenim iad
lion caused in the enemy's ranks there- delegates, because we, had, at war b found elsewhere. The Climate of tropes,, and, figures .and, his AU"nto 'or Gulf 'Te'only report of ibe,important Pap n'peJM &be,Apr
may
by.1 The U ion',article headed "Look reckoned him a Republican Mr. Cooper., :. bo desribd as like .the location tremulous. tones and afecting'gesticulations -I.. known\.t"exlst coas.t'wh'cryetCw PRACTICAL i ingtonand meeting of the at National abe M.y Acadaoty.eettoa*Sdcnca&Amalc a& TOri-UJ.- -

at this and then on that picture" is I another in a card in the Union, says: ldw cntra.yJbeLw .n'the sorae- ; !his! affectionate.hudation.i! of"the Pensaqola* !port i is, ragingas. PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER nta.I TRIBUNE uri ira.19.p3teJ Price> d In U sbsd 6tI1 fa a"ceata -
epidemic
instance of setting and knockIng It fs a mistake. I never was'identi what severe occasional weather of good! old dimes'1 before the war, and tne a ,though every precaution is : Sa putpblec..o CiaIII.1_"
up fled .ort being taken by the government as. wellas Had' to resale tier pernuacally will 4 CIrculars.cI 1v1ng full dctaibTHETWBUNS .ot the co'4 ..-
::. down of, imaginary targets. We attended with Republican the .R publ1cao lJ&rty-never Florida,and.thV long continued, o avidity with. ,which. be ,gulped down State authorities of Alabama aDd W .;. o from requiring. 'work, doa 1 I 4I EXTRAS See by..
;
*. ..i. trave tho repon, that, with ono cxceptifrtj a"spoctator.in my -meeting never. announced, even. as the'ioo.te portions;,of/tbe State. againin of'the great oldest Jumps' sort the'of must" lest! dogmas Florida'limits.'v'to confine the: scourge. to its'present ..GRAINING; GLAZING;. and KALSOUINING THE WK/EKLY/ i; ,.'.B t.tN.i>
the old -
convention would be composed .myself Republican, that whether "good .done 1a1 best.manner. ." ., ., ,. "
I tropi- 7J 'FUtnnI, 'Ftnmill'aJir',
; of, r fruit Democratic doctrines of' State POUTICAI : ,
.4 genuine blue blood meaning by And be. adds that the civil rights-Whl! paj_ ,or other, gives( tb.e' most peffect.de- .Rights Worcester COENION8 'Order Wk'arDav&ft Drew's. funitar*WwdxiuM 1' :
1u.
and :
bard :
Sept. .. will receive ; .
i that that.it wiu (A be composed of ,, ,money", seemedrather, .. strike. aitentlon. : ( \[. v, ,.... ..; Tirk-
draw.
him from Ws t .vvJii.'X"iJ"< a-i
f in :
ihe i.i ;
mep retirement;; EvIdcntly velpment !icjnittj{tbe "I' setts Democratic State Convection* "- :. j : ::" <'' TirJIINs.. ._..
Beverescliroatj _. '
through whose a.chflljthan to stir any fear.HoWitdk met .; ; ::. ; c _. .. ._._. .A.
veinsr pure ;CIQCA4IAD we were mistaken' '*' "*' :which it can way and is largely attended*'*.LevereU ; : J.zzjc.Iriu1a wb ciEiq. Tilt

"afw.tJerat; really'strike the Convention. an outsider was chosen president ,and. J S. I.D; IIDa I ., and C L I08.E REMBRANT PICTURES 1rR M WOOD ft lICIt


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be which ground the first of a l 't \ / t I l-f i .' J ," -",, ., ._" -, -." .-, ---
SAlVI-UAT; MORKIKC SUTD ER ; series game t faraished-room; dentaHy; Rent low..1 ,. T' -.J. .:: .FURNItURST7JRNTTURE .
fie between th.ein shall be played the this office. : ; ''' -" t
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r [ tncceeding games of the'rtries. 'shall be AppiTat '" r- ? ? *- ri r ,. ..

-:: BASE BALL.The $. i !alternately ,played ,on the grounds of I. JE .OGARS .rr/4 J j ,. LLLCASHRETAIL ; : WAREROoMS

Da eachof_ the contesting clubs. Imported."ttpnfo and of their ova .._. .ctur* .
Excursion "to Tallahassee 1 .
the : can always be had.a better ankle aad at lower -- : v -' *".** *.
'jPa.rticWara-Wal Justice I prioy! .,._ ,
; than any other place U the city,at, Galo ft Go's L PRICE CURRENT. -t > "' n-@
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1 ; Lee"I' 1 The AOanthus. .
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"At o'clock last
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Tuesday ; -
8 The. U. S. : ant DAV'IS&DREW.
I' steamer u; bri< oj BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS Ona _
Duval and St. -
the R.X. Lee was tender, has gone up the St.Johns to.In- WO bad a complete assortment 0.trase4 a -
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ball clubs' accompanied by the pect the buoys: recently set by 'the and iuKlres.ed.moulding snlngle.etc,at*be Depot Fohoa Market B eL. : n" '--'Ti'r" :-. ', :,'" '. .',

band and'about one had Lumber Vard. Order t* bc.de&vcred Rio CoffM. D fcr -
brass .mer.Mary Draper. atlaod1 on jH ---- .-. .
The Alanthus Is : ,
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the River PARLOR '
receive especial attention. r UJ' CH AMBER
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aerenty-five friends, left the best i in_command'. C'. Bc.. Address '1ai4ibi: ; :Jn.'b' 1 . ," .. -
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in VICHY AND K1SSENGEN. Java Coffee a"tSs fir ,1>oaL ...

play the second game of the when Lecture.Rer. Many on riling ia the morning complala, f. .head y!T B*'tln..5 n.for__ .

the Garden Citys and ion Samuel ache or feeling ctupid. A$I3M of Vichy or Kissengoi IJOMacaron lIOSQUrrO"R.\'M&:P1XTURE8
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kl, of Ifew York ,. Jb .. ,,
for the book from TUfft? Mammoth twctalnla La Favorita per --- ,_ aoc
Tallahassee, champion cure ,- : ., .
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City will deliver a lecture at Odd FelJ all such ualeaum.. ; J -i-- .
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6131'PUR VermiceUa.perTV.nin.ni... CT '
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the Slate. Five of the best cars ; aoc .i __ .
nw"s' ,Hall to-day from 10 to 11 .A. 3!.
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r Jacksonville, Pensacola "and all .ENTERPRISING, Tapioca,per tt-n,. ._
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the DREW r
j before Israelites: this( 'Snbjfftt ;
city,, rrienckllCSlrl"C CX.*" ParlorDAVIS
had been at seemingly spared no Sap Cared F1AOS-ORGNS..1ANOS.
Railroad placed
Shoulders D_ .
per .
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"Thechoice "c .0-
ia the "f' :
whom to. serve. expense introducing banthomest soda Cximaia ,

posal of the excursion. They I to ,Text:. Joshua x-hap.' 24- v. 15. ever*etopia this tity. 1*admired by everyone aad Young Ilrsoa. Tea.,per fl.1 >- ._u TJC Having associated.myietf with the largest Music I Partor Saia..fIl' . 1"0-' 5slsu._
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filled by a pleasant, social party : -_ the soda from ilk pronounced by all the ladles to be -r HOUM'm the South I am Suit-BAY AttD LAURA STRUTS." Sain.
7 -, the 00Icmc Ta.per PI .,_ ... TJCInperial now prepared to eB at uow Parlor .-." i-" .-' .
of of-the business val bw prices'ax cash or by small Sain.
ing many men best.ICE monthly payment* : FuuEXAMINE .
: Personal, CREAM Tea,per Jb-..: .'___I'- the Kaabe.HaDett & Davis *OK.Raises ft Broa, '. --4, 4
and of Jacbonv Ue'. '. .
city many a.
tillg Jlri Thayer, Enterprise, is making, That acknowledge to be superior to any ever to Vt GuaPowdcrTeaperlbOoloog .. ,W.P. Emerson and the Southera Gem Piano; abo. ", _. .- ,.'
young ladies. Steaming rapidly and Jacksonville a bad ia this city preirtoualy'to be obtained the Mason ft HamTm aid Plonbet.Peltoa ft Co. Organ .
amid the ,, visit. at A No. I.per B___ ,_' : Easiest term ever Call
&I
the depot cheering Temperance Reading Room at ZAF-m 6itMARIN5 .00 fta. and see what I can of. '

spectators and a lively air must Mr. Striber, Fsq., ,and Mr.. Barker Sea Foam,per". -., -. ., ---- ..--- i 306 fcr lathe way of superior instrumenta and low prices.7.94w3m ,OUR LARGE sro x.

have '. I.if.ocitus. -,.- j-. .
band the train was merrily on any retu'rnedjrv,- NvwYk. 1NTELUUENCE.AERIVAU ( Pine Apples,4-can for,.,,,,, _" _.._ .p.'" -"iJ-t-N II

ward course. AH along the the Mr. Peter Papin, general ''superinten AKD'CLEARANCES AT THE TORT OPJACKSONVILLE -.- ..c b-: ;.!'....' ;-1._ .- A::CARD. : :. 4..:;. t .* ... .,". <:; ,', _

sengers were taken aboard u } dent ofa transportation' company. representing FLORIDA.AJtKTVAlS. 31b Tomatoes,4 *M b ,-,?--, .__, _, 1.00' .OTICE" .- 101 .u' ee !,:. It.-- .' .. vr *"

excursionists numbered over $6,1)00,000 i is In 1ow .. : MIm : .: inFtA .. ,
-
Green Cora,4 can Cor.oo ;. .. 101 ', .;;
At Monti cello Dr. : I) their' Sept. 9.cchJKcllie: Grant Jordan.New York. To -101Ul
dred. .. J. P.Taliaferro, Esq. arrived from our Kzchangei, Publishers,sad Printer,aO. 101 "
BIrr.
Sept. so.tr.Dictator Vogcl,Charleston'S.C. Lad an other tOt '
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la 101' '
food proportion,at the t/ -- -
was taken on,the 1r in. shall the North: yesterday.: Sept. it,ich. Florida.Gamore,New York.CLKAKAXCn. .- .' ,-'., tore. '101 .COunu.u.a 101 _> .- I

Singing, card-pl ying, n sixty -' JOHN B ROCHE. 'THE ANSON HARDY- 101'.'t. e- a HOI ", -,- '
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prior a Sept Annie L.). 101" .
'; P.sch. .McKeen.'New; York. 1111 ",
tickling the ean'of drowsy p. in. F. A.. D ckray. Sept :s.str. Dictator. Tngel, Charleston.S. C. f' tot : 'm 1. -
amused the .hile the train Sept. ii.schr.AonH C. Booth, Baylef. New York. lelt Improved 101 '. .. ? } ,
.
party t The Union publishes'the ", e. .
-" -' -- .
following 1- .. ... lOt 191w sif .
At each station the d METEOROLOGICAL : -. -at '
motion. JJr. W. P. RECORD. PAPER AND CARD CUTTERS. 101 '' :
Dockray, Esq., received a 101. ..:
Observation "
and letter Uten at 7 A. x., *r. M.audg T. M. .lo10tOIOD.&DG1GI01t101 .
out pitching throwing -
were au yesterdayirum his wn.'which. explains daily,by the Signal Service U, S.Army,ia this dry. .. I:have resmae. ,IOh' [ ] "-- ---,_---eaOI"' 'XT'"' ,
in;, showing their skill and itself. It is as follows: a 03 >i ;93' 50 the manufacture and tale of these IQlao DAT ft>.ealttl f -
\ : Ox BOARD g to. ? a. Wind.,, e. ? /CARPETS. Machines,with which my name has been so long Wen- 1OlOlocwf'----.n-W'--.iat .
-
the staring, open-mouthed '' can STR. AXTONU LOPEZ. ) Sept. ..- g a c_. 3. g, srt RENOVATED AND tiScd,and so extensively circulated Syr the past fifteen'. 101101.hurrvu oooolOl. .',
\._ AND 101 tOJ : -
I .HAVANA RE-LAID.
the lady ,' August 80, 1874..J 0 c M z SQ rears: and fit Keukinn. f r In
Among passengvrs any i my /MUrr0. 101 loioo .
B AUMOVI&01
Dear' Father.--Off for aS7. \ ?! I I Mfde to look Eke sew Also.UPHOLSTERING :
'Spain first- ktmftrr it marttj
Minnie Davis Mrs. J. Livingston ; i' Q : I' **Aavn im fy iiliatratttt tfMy 101 lOI-MoooonooocooooaoooorlOl] -
} As- class passage; fifteen days Iu Cadiz. I .i! i 'I ',.". ?0 'i, ..I !. cZar,soiLS soy earns szda&rcuie. the caati.g. 101 M10101020 D ft 9101010101"1. '

Carrie Simpkins, Mrs. Porter ; ( am sent at the disposition 01 the GovernmeUt Tues. 8 9 30'07 76 86 NE Gentle o.n Fair of all kinds done In the best Banner. btest Improved Iron-FranA PAPER CUTTER 101 tat 101 101 101 101'101.101*+
Miss Wheeler Mrs. Ball of Ju rid. This Wed., 9 7 30.03 85 ,NE Gentle
Bigtilow, means release. 74 coo Dear with patent movable cutting 101 Itl 101 lot -
** W. H. board two aH-itetl tempered

Lawrence, Miss liisbee, Mid u tis, Yours,. ,, FA 4..Do XRA\ _- ".1 2.0.19.97 Itg.OJ. ,87. .41,i S NE. ,,-FftSIa Fresh,-- .coo- na- Clear-I'-.;. Cor.Laura and Church street.Jacksonville SHERMAN, Fit' knives and squaring board acm hold Irs post* 101 101 101 Jot lOt 101 ...101 101,,
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and others. Mayor Jones and ,. Thu.'M' io..7..2995.80'71)a9'98 75.76 N NE'Gentle Fresh o *$ Dear *J-Orderi left with Furchgon. Benedict& Co..Davis doa a* the'TAi uft Parnt Ctrrm AMOKO Pan- _..lOt tot101 ,101.;.
,Hymenal.The .* o.oo Fair & txs.and the best machine ia tie 101 -101"' .
Drew market
R. for the '
or P.Moody will low
NE Gentle receive atten
the 9 tgjyt 71 67 dear prompt
alto accompanied e1cu ion. o.oo 101 ,,1G1t .
Fri. >< 7 .29 IIJ 69 84 N Fresh ooo Fair tion. Local references by permission:, A. J. Ross, price charged far a.TJu '' '
of and marriage of M. Etnile Muylle to ** m 81 Mrs.:HudnaQ Singer Sewing Machine A. Zacharus I .101 1114i
a pleasant trip ten a half 9993 58 N Fresh A.&K Fair : -.1o1 '
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and S. K. Maitair. Your orders : latetl Impmtd Hardy Card Ci 7/v is l" '. ..
Miss are respectfully solidtcd. pronounced -ft <
Louifa Josselle Barometer corrected ,'
without delay or accident the : : part ; will l take place at for temperature and elevation.- 8-aiW3m. the MOST'DESIKABLZ Cain CtTTTXa fat the ,, -101 -.' : I-- '..' -'

rived at Tallahassee at half t the Catholic Church. next Sunday even j Trunks and valises at Bud,'.. market,far):the general uses of a prating office. -. ', ..-: :o

o'clock. or ing" at'7 o'clock. A reception will be GRAND .NATIONAL HOTEL The _1R"aln CtrJ CtttUr, with my .- .

nut given at the Price JACKSOXVUXI,FLA!;Sept.'It. .874. latest .Improvement, is IUD preferred by '
print
House.
We many
The beautiful understand THEFLNESTANDBESTSELECTEDINTHESOUTH.
day was and J. S. ADAMS E.
the : q.: r cn. and holds its favoritism *
oilier
that the bride will be given Dear Sir-V ou will $lease announce in -'. over 1"ff.
through the undulating and din away (Saturday) Kue of your valuable paper,that I have J.HOLLAD'; For sizes and price see illustrated circulars. .
Middle arid Western F ," by Hon. E. i. Cheney, assisted by leased the KIMBALL HOUSE. Atlanta, Ga. and J -i '- .- ;
country "
bicti Gen. Little-field will manage it in connection with the Grand NationaL Shipped direct from the factory.to any part of the -
wits charming. as Judge VanValken- My intention is to continue CraM National during the: WATCHMAKER AND country. .

TalUUassets the clubs wcie pro burg is out'flf town. 'Mr. II.'D.: Boune- winter to months the Kimball as in the exclusively past and during confine the my summer presence I, JEWELER, Orders tolidMd and caab filled by return mag. Parlor RICH PLAIN Ctamhar

the drpot by delegation from thu : by theau and Miss Josi 'Che 16Y, Mr. Felix season.9-u-it Respectfully GEORGE McCIXLEY.w I II I Corner Pine and Bay Sts., Addresa.ANSON Parlor Suits. .? 5.04chiaber mIL

clubs and escorted to their Canova and iliss Jennie Bettelini are to HARDY. Suits. ,_ Suttt.
ing ) J ACXSO -VILLE.,FLORIDA.New Parlor ,SUBSTANTIAL ,ea..w
ive headquarters.UK be the grooms'and bridesmaids.An "ANTED. 7Seotem Aubttrndale.Mas Suiza. SIliJa._ '
Parlor ,
-:0- ches&bi,

WElJXESlJU: ;, SUM. FURNJTUR&V. .Sana,
Excellent A lady graduate experienced In teaching and skilled 'JewelryClocks Watches WANTED.A A
.Arrangement -
tluj set 'lor the placing ot the
gbiuke lady of several yeaxa"experi .
fair aud beautilul aud the .lVe'are informed 'that Mr. McGinley ia drawing and painting derires a situation: in Florida. ,. ., _' Diamonds,Plated and ence la teaching! the usual Lnglish branches French -. ; : ,

Address A.EWING, Solid Gold and SilT !- and Music wishes a situation as Teacher to a school .: ". ..,.i
sun ciud with a gulden eLttn the the popular host of the Grand National or private family. _Reference given !required. We offer
', 9cr. Valafie Ware "' Address Miss are prepared to our stock ai
Hotel ,Cohimbia'Countyf: New'York. 1 ver etc., H. L..Charlie Hope.' .
fjietts euirounding tbo Capital. in this dry, has effected a satisfactory .- 1.r ,_ I 7->'-31 Brunswick Co.. Virginia ,' remarkably low.prices, ",. ;-

hum aud diu of preparation bwou a lease, i f the Kimball House so I Spring Cassimere suiuTur tale at Dud 'I. -, ,, 1- f1DAVIS 'Jft1L '

uiUMc pluaaiug to the participators .- widely kiiown as the leading hotel in DIAMONDS PEARLS. AND {PRECIOUS M USIC HAS CHARMS 1 I' .). .,.tO -
,
coming coulest Tile look of I ac Atlanta, Gtorgb. The two houses will 'HE. JACKSONVILLE FINE STONES COLD.Letten SET.. IN I, ,, -- : ;- ,..'..:%
T .
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aoticipatiou l'e&ted on the faces and be run in connection, the Grand National .: -
-J i
Ujwu the iUeils. At 9) A. M., th) the here, at least during the winter SALES AND LIVERYSTABLES I iI .. &. 'D'R'oZALIflS -
/nilLil Monograms; 'anti-- I PRICE REDUCED. ,.

bcUeeu the Duvals of this city }' months, and the Kinilutll Houw duringthe .' ;' Fancy Engraving don* inan .. ,.. . ,..,.
i "
GroMlioppcra of TalUlioadeu,aud the 3 ear. Mr. McGinley giving his personal I artistic Inl1n" : : '. .: .
r'.t: : : -'-' :
Jolius coJureJ; and the \ ; snpervifiion! 'to'the Kimball Houseexclusivelyfnjbe,6uramer. C. B. McCL NNY .. ,
de'Q e, PKOPKIETO*. ':: '!" All kind of FURNITURE. CARPETS,

ol the C.tpjtol weie auDuuiie-id of Success to --_ f0 ., '.Standard time THE- ,-\4BEST'. IN" THE. WORLD.. MATTRESSES WHITE PINE WALNUT -

game (.allc !. The game betw the enterprise till, 'we ,make such progress the. Notice well-known U given HARTKIDGE to the- public that I have purchased '" "' ter rated by by Chronome-transitobservations. :: . and CEDAR LUMBER. etc. : *

that "Mac1 cannot be STABIJS. opposite .T.
colored clubs was very Iiiteretdiug, spared at the M ETKOl-OLITAN HOTEL and have on hand r t -< t. J-' JACKSONVILLE. FLA. -

played null closely contested. : all.. -, VERY LARGE STOCK OF WI LLt'L A ST AL'IPE-TIME': '
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erable .leeliugiia expressed in and In ," --1.. Swiss unusin and white good of'all kind atBudrT*!-.I.
Snoru i1
,
ence to the anr.cr the game was : HORSES&MllLESFOR'SALE. ACKXT run THE CrLm Tin Born AMB ,w..p- -', : '
-Bar in COCBVOBSZB W*TC.. t
oysters are now the market.
pired by Mr. liowo: -- FOR SALE OR -
many Those desiring to purchase will find it to their adnDaCe : d I JcKNT-CTTY _. ; -
li'm of mi-judging and showing : -The schooner Lucy Wright has been to examine t&s unusually large and attractive 3"- 5''i2"b .- -_ -
-t-
hauled uock.adapted all \
to uses. \
the marine .
Jtv towards the Tallahassee club. cir ul00n' railway .atBrock's lam also receiving O R 6, CALA -- SALE. ': i

do not desire to enter into any shipyard repaired and run off E': ; :- .'i: 'opTHeSHONINGER_ cxunuTxa' FOR: *{
A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF : .. ,
versy upon the subject and and is. now loading.- .-' .r"t I', "AND-' OTHER ,I Tea acres of land e*the KJogs Road only w'T
mfles from Jacksonville. This land ia
express no opinion in the matter. -The Athletic and Daisy Centers BUGGIES, PHAETONS AND ORGANS .., :'

following is the score: il played a game of base ball on the 10th, OTHER CARRIAGES, j PLACES OK,THX OCKLAWAHA RIVER i I ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THt : !<, .

for a bat and ball. IN'DAILYUSE. CULTURE OF SUGAR CANE AND
The
Cutteis .
Dafry& AND ,
(t r the ADJACENT
WIDEAWAKES.CuW latest COUNTRY.
ST. JOH.NS. styles,, ; \ J' FRUITS OF ALL KINDS.i \
o..j won by a score of 40 to 25 runs. ( F" ,- i }< l :
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*. 4 J ..SS. FOR LIVtfRY SERVICE, -.I".. and located :
bav,&. 4 a Oarvm.C. -H. Kylcr was' accidentally shot bbeantiSily foe BVILDINa LOTS. Far {
.
'ctt1. 3s by THE The best mmical talent_of the ,country recommend price sat tarsus.a-to -
LbtDlOll" 1 J 3 H. the discharge a pistol which Which will be famished 1 B. H. WEBSTER
4 3 &. P.RK: dropped these '- 4
The
11.011. Organ. nicest and best. Mora Sat yourmoney""and at Wallace's M3J.
&'aIWas; 3 J /';IenD. : from the bed he was making last STEAMER OCKLAWAHA, or by letter cart A. Wntaat' ,
up, "
J J LiDT. AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE gives beuef satK&cHcn, than any other JacksoBvOte. Florida *
\'cllowbalr. 4 Odwa" t B es, Wednesday.I ., 'TI
fi.n.' a S OeCouiy.LF. CaPt. W. A. SHAW, now made. They comprise, the" .
t.F I AND ON THE r' '
1IHod&c. J. Livingston will'eoon remove WILL LEAVE JACKSONVILLE latest$ty'.saw and silk bate &I E1xk. *,

TIIIII1. ;; I Total.INNINGS. the his drug store Into the room recently MOST'' REASONABLE.TERMS. : Eureka; Concerto, Orchestra and .Grands.: 'I. .. .
EVE : u
Y THURSDAY
au u- vacated by M. A..Dzialjnskl.Wml -, V -0--- .' .MORNING, ., SALE. f -
a FOR ,
Wide 3456.7 89 : Ma. G.'M. BR1TTAIN authorized
aMa. a 4 0 { : is my Agent and AT 8 O'CLOCK.
I Wadsworth 's'n
5 4 0 1' Reed "
IotJubas. of cx. Manager and will always be found at the Stables ready YLJROSS.:1
a
C-.pirc.: Iorr. Bowes 9 of a the s 8ooio Garden o the Governor Reed, Florida, is a gncettttthe to atlcud. to all business appertaining to the establish .Illustrated Catalogue seat try mail postpaid to any
T City residence meat. C. B. McCLENNY. CEO. R. FOSTER AgentJttemitrit In this city nd wrhood firw-cla, oa north suds tit ff
of Dr. G. W. Davis, in this Stfttmltr.6..In addrts*..open. appication Ashley strut, between Pine aad Laura wiihia ona
About an eighth oi a mile from village. He is ,a. studen at Syracuse aCkMilfrJ7.vi aSn. block of the St.James Hoed.and*so feet fro* of -

Wide-Awakcs. i'b un r rsify. and spends Portion of his For neckties and bows call at Bucky's. vBe SHONINGER & CO.ew'hIavcn .. the bat boarding-houses in town two tWO *

were the Duvals vacation here. Gov. Reed is the nearest A CARD.jAcxsoxrtLLB, .- SISTER FRAME HOUSES

Grasshoppers. J.t the start, the the neighbor to Dr. Davis while the latter N Conn.M adapted to single or double tenement tee wkhoot
for,the Duvals : .L'1 SALE AND FEED STABLES ,F.. Much jist 1(74. change or expense. Tack llIia rooms below,la.-
to win looked occupies his "plantation1 Jacksonville .
dark near most ewe kitchens L atttrhed to main boo**,aad
at ODe time the Capital boys of Florida, and a feeling of warm THE SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ORRIS A. DZIALYNSKI, Lint above; six closets below and four' above wick ,'
frieud fire-place in each room la stain boose. Each BOOM-
ahead. Hearing of tJii. hip naturally exists between the wO la a Jew day appoint a State Agent lot -s having two front and two back entrance. saL driva.' '
a
wof large two families.-Seneca Co., (N. 1'.) Cou .4 -_ war oa each side with piazza acre** the entire trout' ,
the Jacksonville spectators rier. Florida. Ia the meantime I will conduct Its manage- AUCTIONEER ,extending round the Corner twenty feet to the frost"'

the grounds ____ doors.also round the entire L. with walk sows heigh, ,. .
where the 6t Johns ; meat x AND of pUxxa.running thinvleet back to the double wood, .
.
playing, and hastened Maxy's'LittleLi.irnb.Editor .house 13x20 teu !
to cheer the AH
communication*dIretcd.t0 me, .care Henry A. COMMISSION, '
n1& This probably the New South.-.I learn by the last -43. MERCHANT, A WELL Or GOOD WATER, -

the gained I Union that' L'Engle, Secretary of the.Jacksonville Branch, win andpump* within five feet of 1..brick eur1,ad sink i
t Mary,had a little L nb. Is
ctory. The
little fellows -4 kind of merchandise received oa consign. attached with cemented drain fifty fees to cen pooL

nobly' and it was with justifiable a I it,too early to inquire about the fleece The best and most stylish Every team la the dry receive due.tt, rD'loa. : ment and sold at auction or private We.EYerf complete These house-order .throughout wkhia tarry having feet of bate each ether.recently t> .';

oat the "So aa bt feuad at the Stable of the undersigned near the 'J H. MILLER.GenLSnpCof. aIM The ooe
captain of the a more at present from Florida painted repaird. western occnpie* a
Dnvals Home comer of Cedar and Forsyth
I 4 Streets. descriptioa of goods entrusted to me bAle half lot-tbe cattera occupying tile wte half of a flail :0
ou the juvenile champion belt. We 0 -. "A HEADER. Horses. boarded and well.-cared lor.oa ressonaMftmni. 4.-tf : '. < ', : Agendes. 'wfll be disposed of U lot.upon which i is a lawn."with orange pnach aad ng, >
.. *
a a8llJEr.At 1IiMs.U Illldar lrittv i
append their Strong team* fir hauling purpeM*always on hand. on north sidr ofForevtkAren.tetweeB llarfcct ,
score: J OYSTERS.., CENTRAL'SALESROOMS BEST FIGURE 'POSSIBLE ana -
VH.AVERY. THE Liberty,a two.stoy..ad-frbalfhoIaeotIk ztesu room.
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GRASSHOPPERS.GuuSle DUVALS. I (4: The first oysters of the season are to be found at Fred. Jacksonville Fla4 May 1874. .tf. buUt in i STO by Uu present owner at d occupied by him ;
jo
O> *. f Bettelinr*. Bay street,raw,or cooked In any style to to the crud\ ,prompt and accurate return made a* a private residence.-having'sUnr feat frontag on, v

..: : 5 I Whistler. 3 B. *. cult the most partial palate. They nice For LididJws ask AN AUCTION AND GENERAL L COMMISSION. Fonyih street and fifty two and a half feet on Adas: I
H. ifebeeT* B. are one ,styCsh. BuckS /., HOUSE. PALMETTO.BLOCK. distance between*Teats two hundred aid tea feet with' ,) -
I 6 Hemande .RF. Give Fred a call it large cistern bath-roum. pantries clo.ei* sad water
5-7-W3a Jacksonville. Via, on three floors Including imatt lot of tornlmre. All
i 4 SiBM j. Bay Street near Laura ,
r TATE .
COUNTY AND 'CITY
L11 I 5 S.B-W.SS, FOR.RENT. the abur mentioned property being ttaated oa high 1IJ'CIUDd.
W.mk* 4 a Mott.C. / A 4w Unf-Boose, pleasantry and conveniently'located fV JACKSONVILLE.FLA. LUMBER 'Y 'Rb. conaidcrcd a* r I

A41 Lg, '6 .I Centre.W.B bee.CF.L F. i -plenty of room and desirable surroundings. To SCRIP PUBLIC SALE every SATURDAY.. 6 *7wtfF DEPOT HEALTHY AS ANY PART OF THE CITY* J;

a S ,Summers.! B, I be leased by the month or year. Term reasonable. Bought aad sold at the ': ''i' CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS having sidfar good CASH and free circulation; of air at aS time.WIll .

TecaJ. ;; ;ii t. totaliNNINGS. 3 Apply to E. B Ktuocc. .7-6tf FLORIDA. .'SAYINGS, BANK. : OR SALE.RIVERSIDE. 1 wTU.mro. A deairou ot settlugup.-atavwyk For particular.astheIs"'n appjvtha ,
'- owner A. J. ROSS. *
I BLACK "
l, ALPACA SPECIALTY. Boo ton hoop and bustle at Bucky'a.TVIRS. flXLLASSORTMENTOT'DRESSED JackKmvuTe,FJa..Julr *7V > : -:
;. I ij '4 5 6 i .' ''T 'Ti. OIK jo cent Alpaca fully worth 60 HOUSED _
cent* Mao Also by same parry,tor tale or rent two tmaHhon*a* ,,tof
) I
Duimh 0 S I o 3 4- '0 piece Black Alpaca'j cent per yard. Call at,9u..t ABBOTTS$ JACKSONVILLE. FLA.- AND UNDRESSED LUMBER.. four room eac'.coner Laura aid Church -
tspt.*.11. Lofd s I II F ft ,. MOULDINGS AND 'SAWED and near the St. Tame*HoteL -. '
T R. E. Lee. aqroon.JBixaviCT Co. ,
:::!: : *.J huii.s 8 s,& in BOARDING-HOUSE. NOT CWSEIiAU WeB adapted for a.fine private residence first PINE SHINGLES. Northern AH the vtoiSDr abovc-aaoted.. pmparty b vtry esirable fcr.
REDUCTION IN ,PRIDES class boarding house. TWO: storks with auaurd,.roof.it ; 7.4Iw1a ,
-. wI4 Fine Ueacfced reports from unfriendly source* to the contrary sleeping rooms I acre land.43 orange tree*. The CHEAP FOR CASH AT
4-4 tbeetinf at ioaji#cts.- Lonsdale of In -
4114 notwithstanding, the Boarding-house of Mrs. Abbott best focailoB and cheapen piece property this :
De" comes the most llnple sheeting'3 eta. M of aad while and comfortable 'to.bit,. balance to on* and two '
the in red flannel, 5 c. Linen towel locrGenu.. quiet quarters at reasonable prices to ,
'dGarien report. At 2..SO, the hoc flesh towel OCo Call a; all sojourners in the Ancient Cry P'5-1Ja year Lumber delivered utah part of the dry and vicinity, ;. : .
and at an landing on the low (
Citjs river at rate AJT orders "
AcId .ppcarud. upon 9.I*-., FiioicoTr, ,BUTEDICT&Co. Tot'ull particulars, add receive prompt!. CRD ,q. -..
lurrouDded i 'B XES. ,.. 1'. STYLES. .
by a large MBIV BaMBaBPIB SHMSM k aHMHBW BI J QRANGE LOUIS ]. BRUSH ; ., .
Os and after tWfim ON.'eatber '
< Dr. NEW SEASONABLE DRESS GOODS. | Jacksonvde;Fla.If /u-m.If.IJnJ 6. 187. '
Palmer J of the I have material IUi'5c cat U wake Mar oo orange -
received ""-
Cf1 Chib Just aa assortment of new Dres*Good at boxes.- ThIs material is made oT ifcn sue by_ not .old by NoveaiW Iii,_ .Ho SELECT PRIVATE \
BOAR ,
Qlle PPewed as Umpire ao aad 15 cents. Cheapest lot ever brought tat dry. chiaerr..makinc a box which will bold two hundred will 1*kept durfngthe winter- -as a'first- 7c privaM FIRSTCLASSfURN1SH D HOUSE -
the captains II.tCall used Will be old cheap '. boarding hous*. **"*
,to decide choice at r"acllGOt.asxnice&1o. average orange '
1tn 11g-a. J :AppJy aithi &tShcoot'A. G CHAPPELL.narueeijacuoavtue., 1. JA.C can be had isud-.a fc nfly of Colonel A. If. Tojraa.rMurdoch .-

aad heeD And now the rumors ) & '. JOXENT t-sd., ii' ; -, .. TOR :OltAHUMKEE, and Washington.H a.Vsayh.aaset.. besonusu Liberty/.;

e1JPbUIt1 floating about regarding : : For'.jltt *ummer.' A large jfeonlsaearoom Bay i .L LAKES HARRIS EUSTIS AND GRDTFIN,i FOR SALE 'DIW'. BOARDERS "

or lIr.Wells and: Apply.at the office'of A.UESING, ,
the Li &I a player : ..*' Tax New SOCTK. SILVER SP-RING. The nadenigned. btendiig to remove to his plantation satisfactorily tccoaimodated X
tine, took definite : of the dtbenc and axrcbSTSVe ,will ell his residence on Adam* Street,near.tbeSt. Fornnherinfcrmaiic i>?!jr at dale afI.or.
Cat llQndee BUY YOURSELF BEAUTIFUL SOAP he manulactorea.It Aad other T fTHt*on the Ockbwaha River, ..James and Grand National Hotel A.-t ONESatrv"uuzttci i -'.'
A HOME. sad Toilet H. A. SANFORD ..
stepping forward to the beat Washing Barber Soap C'U1Iade. ,
rotelttDg agalDst him A Viu-am OB Sc Joan',river&olWed fee ale. .. This Soap b pat up to bow_contain So lbs Apply- to J.C.Gsw.z.ack.sote'ilfr. : .-..
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1IUl. have claiming that One of the m ,t defiraU place lathe vkwlry of Jack ass 9obare.Ordcz .,,- JiIIiiib A&rat 6. 1874. tw88tf K orIJ..c Greeley. Fleming' ft .iJ.'DD:
been a member of the sc.vflie. containing I 'abmu atftIJ' PoaId be addressed toI n.S&ea&Duy \mWcr.,...Norton C. L. Rdbmsoa. -. '
8 acrei- S tot ; .sj J'
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Qlbso ready A. gJ1NG.Box .
daYI'ba ysi OKAHUMKEE Rubber and oH suits at Buckv* "M, .svfr; n. CW. *r S. sin.. tfEADQUARTFRSi .. > .
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order to become a Pud a( ForprtkiiUrtpciy a; the omog.rziwSovTa. >oBi !' -a6cl Jacksonville. Fla.SAMUEL ." '" .-.s '

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,Uafortan FLORIDA
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; "' FAIRBANKS. .. OAT' '
for ., .
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Leea:the lJzpIrirhen ..THAT SOUL,,TOtWTAIN i >* v : '"- ,1.t\L. Wm tJicka.s'ms ver THURSDAY moraing IUruIlg.-l: ,! _'llf _' -O'.- q ,JUC&LfS,:_,_;. '! 1 : t.;:
' taltd to, *** '% % ** **%*(* V *v** ;NOT AJlY PUBLIC FOR DUVAL COUNT *S'ciock -. Jnc.f large Mock prim con and oala. ,
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hla opinion and I*UMI L* Fmvfril*cigar store*adialred fcy aS. .'r'Q -, "CEO: FOSTER.." A* W. H.LVCAS NEW STORE UTOOD ft lJltLES Paotqgrapaic R<.'_
any two con- -II 'aeksoaviSe. fan. I IT*. Jackioavfil*,Fla- Jury-5.a.7 Bay Street seat Laura. WY"erP.P.kahsgsn.ot., '
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t ;r t Nobod'Mute., not read the .city with more than -: MISCELLANEOUS:: ., '- ., J": ; -
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: 2 1 # Ixmg before the w* ..the ppcii." simple! but charm.ing eight feet draught low water. Vessels THE SIEGER, .."....' J-.JI "It I t'. ."-'.t' t" ', ." ';J' ,i ".j :1 I .'.n fJ".I


4 II:: "I Verses .appeared rVlihoui'a'sWt'-li nature ved or paper.ddre**tlttl"sRodt.rArt .. At goes drawing 12 milesibeilowrv 17 @tcan the.Deceive"city, :_, from car- '.5:,;!*. I .'\...J- ; \'/' E); QJ : l P_! ,,,5 Y. :NG : B'. NKu : ..!:c;

t (I!, : .ey Xave. tone/and sentiment tn keeping 1tb-the AGAIN TKITJMPHA-NT '
I R V* ,the* 3 i, lighters, and.proceed:to. sea at high :, 1" AU-REATES'MTE. EXCHANGE.. .f .. ',.' i
last of months ,their prcMnt revival at . .
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p : : 1).q) r'J"' -u t
butttis. of &hli74.i"
!' least seafemahie. ; and It Is pasnible that their restoration water, \ rnode Deducting I I ',- -.I ', ; I LlncorpottcJ JuI ,
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It"t t*current print nay elicit some tardy sign from commerce i attended "with.,'great inconvenience '; i .fJ l : ,< J 11 J'i --i-- -t" L. (. t- 1 ':.' OFFICE IN LOVERIDGE'S. BUILDING oqAJ'aJ'tl R8EI1'rt.
1 .i tin unknown bard who netd never bare felt ashamed and :; expense.* Neither -J.. *lACxacnrvrLUt. FLA.;
I" &1..11-.v&hc i1ngj : I ( : : 'EVOlfLt"S AwARD'fiJ is hereby given of the Incorporation of Tt*FUruUt it M/r Bk and Xtl&*t U.f ***g*. -. Ie -
of thxse have ( all : .
t If':, j* ; ports rentage;at ., .4 .. -w.,". ._.. 'HJXAGAJN ,t)1: ; NOTICE the provision of the laws of the State of Florida,with the .
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: THE OLD CANOE. .. 'VI'
I \ ;" :1 comparable to Feriiandjoa..k From RECEIVED ; ..:. ; ." S ;: .'"The general'nature of the business snail be tfat t of a Bank fat Saving*aad' .I uinALi oDI 'Al 1vmAja 'J
V'hcrt the rock are and the shore i I. .. :
; fr y steep ..,
:', And the below look dark and F tjaadina, vessels drawing, twenty ,.._. ..-. ,,'t. ...j.jW.ri:...ft"C of Real Estate. Mortgage, Bond*, &.ColAand Silver,Treasury '
I waters deep; fee )load t the wharf' and.ijroopedvio.sea 'The capital stock,which may J>e Increased at any meeting of shareholders R., R.OlIN.Q'/
:!..: hTWhsre tbj gZ.thkSLeslJprd.L ;fan > ; 'T'H \vbt:: :: p S' FAVDRlSXE.SEE ): : .! :; .3oooo.Q( which;10 per cent.*h tt be paid to upon commencing business; WHOUBALB ft .
h t Leu*gloomily'over the murky tide J witb any. wind,;and with: the business of the corporation may require. \ ., / :; i t arrjuvDRUGGIST
.. .. r O .", 00 ._ will 6th and continue "
.., t' This corporation into operation July ,1874. twenty
111; r Wbcr the recdf and rushes arc long cod rank out towage,Jbrlhe, ,wharves 'Care* not ; ___ 1 The highest amount go of liability to which this corporation can subject : ,' ,

I *And the weed grbw thick on the wla&ngnheshadoheavysh.wbo1.davthrvizh bank; mr> _yiw 'three ,miles distant from 0 7 -; d' : t _I i heiTdbe officers of this corporation. shall serve without salary. until .: .Hoq" .Eck..JJ.y,?t.

I"t" f. Ii.'y. tit J' '. the 'opcrrsea.f'* "-, ,\,'iBesidesthis :":, .. S THE FOLthWING" !. .. The design of the Florida Savings Bank Is to afford to those who ore JACKSONVILLE, .FWRrnA.I .
1Hft Be ioortlip bid '
'i ;' ; at the Cafto* ; we believe that'coal: i '., "' "' means of s.ely employing at a good rate of Interest to bl l.vesled.'under
i t .. ; AT HOM E. In home securities of well-known value,instead or running the 'J COMPWWD
The usdeM paddles arc idly dropped, a necessary e emenjn the supportingmeans SEWING MACHINE:\:SALES OF x.873.: ., .. foreign corporations to be sent to Car off cities for investment. I nitscsjrnow A snau.tr.r-

I Like a sea-bird's wing that the storm ba lopped. ,fan extentive can ,_ ,_ .. .n O"lcus.-1'bc officers of this corporation shall consist oft President a
I 'I: _And erased oa the railing one oc'r one, cojaaierce, t Board of three or more Directory, to be1 chosen annually commencing -
I : I .I..Like the folJ.d nanos when the work Is doe;. be delivered at any of our ports from The Table of Sewing Machine Sales for 1873'sh TO tl-at our sales last*'year amounted to'133,444.Machines. until their successors are duly choscnMzsm.cs.Regular J c. E'A R NEY'S
the election of officers ;
't ..'WJU back between the mines for. a" cost not exceedingthat being a large increase over the sale*of ihe previous Jear(1871). The table also shows that meetings of the corporatonfor* ., -.t ,
buUJy forth .
yd .. commencing November ,
.I -. ,. I -. '\: annually s 175;
t.: ; ',"The spider itretchesfhf* silvery screen, at. any other' southern ,sea-port. .. ; BANK HOUR*.-The regular hours for transaction business*shall b.-fMm iFLVID! EXTRACT
.. I t OUR'SALES'EXCEED-THOSE OF ANY OTHER COMPANY daily Sundays and holidays, and o*Sa urdays until 7 o'clock p,m.
except
j And the.self an.' .with hit dull"too-boo "'
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"i the side the. .
'. Upon Gulf we have noble . /: |i'-. ( k" DEPOSITS.-Deposits will be entered in the book of the corporation and
; icetlesdownonthsild.othcddcano.. baysof, Pensacola ..Su' Andrews positor. This book will be evidence of his or her property. When moneys
( ; at For.the period.named,by the number of 1x3,154 Machines,or nearly I brought to the Bank to have the payment entered. Depositors may take out U U !
1 t t. :: Tlie.stem half iwik In the slimy wet and. Tampa r besides many others! ofsiifficierifcapacityfor absence or sickness,it will be paid to their order properly witnessed and .
t r.: :: Rots slowly a ws)(in its living crave. the its will be repaid at any time when called for,when there is a sufficient
accommodation DOUBLETHOSE OF ANY OTHER COMPANY. earliest in'the order in which be
the they
erwise ,
;at practicable period may The known rtme4 far
'It And the green moss creeps o'er It*dull decay, ,of;: any amount of Gulf"trsde. ... INTU CST.-Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per tcntortwo: S only
1 .J'4illl its mouldering diM away, . ', : 1 I annually upon all deposits wtilch shall have remained three months or more S S ; ; #"H,: .
II We have felt justified, therefore It be further stated that the sales of 187 show a relatively largfer increase, beyond the tales of other t "
may
Lllte the fan J that plant o'er the tomb a fl.wer, to the principal the Depositor. : ; BRIGHTS
: located makers than of any other year. For instance, in 1871 we sold 45,000 more llachiacs- than any. other com ACCOAKTS UKCAU.ED FOB.-Any account to which nothing shall be added ;: .DISEASE
\ Or the ivy that mantles the tailing tower; resting our system upon ports i pany; whereat in 1873 the. sales. were l' .,.. uncalled for fUr seven years shall cease to bear interest. I,
,. .' While many a blossom onD\'di hue within-our own limits. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE TO Huns.-If persons,,die whoown money. in this .

.t, Spr'jvci up o'er the stern. of the old. canoe. Besides which, the interruption. of 113,254 IN..EXCESS OF OUR HIGHEST .COMPETITOR. paid. ooa.-AlthDU&b to their legal representatives.the officers, 'will" endeavor. by all possible AJacI. c.a' poaid..cdJ'. :.. 'f'or

: f The current leu water* are jJead. and sullh.I3utthelightindphaysiIhtbeboatatwIfl- business by a ,.climatic 'mortality menu to persons producing the bank-books shall be valid payments to
.. Mobile and New from which Thee figures; IrisH the more' 'remarkable for the reason that the sales of the principal companies In 1873 are CHILDREN'S ENDOWMENTS,-Parents or guardians of minor children may r, GRAVEL, STRICTURES,
Orleans LESS than their sales'Jn> 187:whereas as has been shown,our sales have LARGELY INCH EASKD. The benefit.f such minors until they become of age/lnterest upon which maybe. DIABETES DYSPEPSIA
:; And Utily in and out fgIn! would bel Machine Patents.-'It will be the principal. ,
- Fernandina exempt, must account of sales ii from sworn returns made to the owners of the Sewing hardly '
r It Coats the length of the < that their in : S'KCtAL ENDoWMltl'T PLAIf.-DcpOslts In tiler florida Savings Bank NERVOUS DEBILITY S
; rusty chain denied that the superiority of.the, iner.Machinesis fully demonstrated aU events popularity
..v Like the march of die band of time, more or less affect the cost of factor household is uoqucs oauble. ; .: term of ten years will secure be depositor a cash payment oi.ooo aa the end 'DROPSY
weary on smaller or larger annual deposits' : 'ID case ollnabilify to complete the ten ;
and facilites business.
"bat meet and pan .l tht noontide chime age, freight, /- can withdraw the amounts already paid in,upon g ving three months.notice, J*J ,
:. And the shore is ijssed.} *J end 1 turning' anew,. The effect of our improvements will STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES: '- .c thereon. This plan unlike ordinary life insurance secure the depositor ,-OR INCONTINENCE
,": ; and offers a safe anlessy method providing a handsome endowment for tl e Of
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;: By the dripplttg bWof the'ol be furnish the Gulf INFLAMATION
canoe. !
practically-to'
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.', or the depositor individually .Sdcpoaita,not to be withdrawn for ten OR. ULCERATION: OFTHEi
r I r time with- 3Ok with a. good At1antic'pot.byan extended -, a certificate for doutlt tin amount ef mcA tUpotilt,payable in ten yean in
m a careless hand .
ny Companies. Sold in 1873.1 Zold In 1873.i9 .
.;, LOANS.-All moneys received on deposit shall be invested in first mortgages l
r'i' I have pushed away from tie pebbly strand,' wharf, :nd it is not doubted THE SINGER_____.-.__. >3>.444 .7sV ..Increase.Decrease.- :!. 11,686 this State of at least double the nlueot in other ample collateral securities.: '

''I.. t.. AadpadcdItdownwber.th.stnmruisquIck. that'r in progress_ of time.the Gulf Wbcc'er"ilsoD .._____._. 119,180 ....0.. I74.o88. ,..___. 54.440 ,REAL ESTATB.-This corporation will act as trustees sot.the.purchase- .and. ) AND .KIDNEYS,
: and of and
I- Where the whirl are wttd and the eddlc*are thick. ports..'Ht-lind their interest in Domcslic_..____._____._. 40.tf4 : 49,554 Decrease___.. 9.440 management estates property generally.
a coin
i ; e:"' And Iktigbed a*I leaned o'er the rocUng side. :& Baker;..-..;- *J. i 86.179 ',' S'.o'o Decrease.-.-- 15.832 JAMES H.-PAINE.Presidents" SAM'L SPEARING Vice-President. SPEI&bRRIkEA i. ,. .
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Fernandina their
mon resort to : "
: .. ..' And looledtelow ihe.brokea. tJd, as sea Weed.............____.______ 81.760< i, ,: 4 .444 Decrease____ ..675 j Slide villa sites for sale on Fort George Island. 'The finest sea & "
4. ;' To tee that the boats aad tied were two port for foreign trade. Wilson... ___._ .__-. ...47 : 26,666 Dccrease.5.419 .drives over Steen miles In extent: grand avenues palmetto cedar. oak. : ;&n oi> Whitesr1lNseae oftn1 Prottratt

I I' I' Tbaf weft. .rofcdack from'the'. old canoe.. Howe.._.. __ .-__. No returns (Estimated) 145.0 aI8.97 Decrease_.__ Call and see the photographic views at the Florida savings Bank and Real .Stone la tha Utwlder,Cokulta CraveS or Brick-
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I ": the.' ._.__.._ ..__.. State:county and city scrip bought and sold at the FLORIDA Deposit aXliM2t Milky Discharges..
Seventy-six United ; Decrease
in Gold
Medal.
; But now as I lean o'er the crumbling side. colleges i.43i !..r466VilCOJf 7-8 18-tC '. : : r ,

; : .I, e. ', And I look below in the sluggish tide, States riow"'admit women, on', 'eqiia) \ & _....__..___._... 15.881' IV .* J. 33..39, Decrease.._.... 7.758 : : .,. .. ,

t: r, Th face that I sec is graver grown terms with 'me.n. American B. H.____ __. .24,132 ; ,JL J'-1 8,3f.y. <> Decrease,. ..__ 4.748 : .

". And ill*laugh that I hear has a soberer tone, B& Howe.........._..__..;.;..s... '13.Qf9 M.9'7 Decrease.. ._. 988 : : KEAR-NET'S .

.I t And the bands that lent to the light skiff wings Remington Empi-________. 9.18) ) <. ''. 4'91.r. Increase-...._: 4.aot TOBACCO ; .J '." ...,., '.,0 .... .

;, : .Have grown familiar with sterner things. GENERAL DIRECTORY." Floraue-------.l..806'; _. :' ;, 5.793 Decrease' _" 6.833 RAC'P: ": '.

::1. i t But I love to think of the hours'that sped tTATE. Davis_.___._____.....:.=_.. 8,861. 'L.; ', 1J,376 Decrease._._: 2,5f" ; BUCHU
,, OOYt'mol'-.L. 8TEAKN3.Lieutenant .. Victor .. .. .. ... ,- '. ; Decrease____ I "; ,( ?' : t): ** 4 -i nr'
As rocked where the whirls their shed ---- -- --- 7.446 11.901 4.555
i 1I'bltupray Oov-norttocntary .
: I : Ere the blossom waved or the green grass grew, rf tMte-8. B.McLILCornrtruikrC. BicesEtna.??_?.?___.______.____ 3.458 .- /. .- '6,053'DecreaJIC. __..::. ',995Secci. .Permanently" .. .cures., .all..Diseases.. '. "u"of
t .,.\. COWOILU ..: --: ---jn- Increase-.::. : .. PIPES AND ;
; O'er the mouldering stern of the old canoe. ---------'-- -, :. 3.43 :3.118 .KIDNEYS.-AND: DROPSr.

t,.' 1 t ,,:/ _ _ Tr.fiuier-0.Anorney neral-.WU II. FO-TER.A. -COOKK.Adjatant / .J. E, Bramesdor 3c8 i I. 4631' Decrease_;._ ; 1,181 ) ./ CAL SWELLINGS

Omeml-JOHN.VAKNUM. :., -
:: The Mutural Advantages of Florida for Comm'rol Latids and Imnl tiuD-D. EAOAX. .' ",i- AT; WHOLESALE'BY <
: I. : ,1 : Trasporution.: ufHninlend"nt or Public Ifllllntl'll"n-I. ,. GIBBS. OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE ,' 1'f / Existing men.women'and:: children.,
Slate liiginccr., --. u. ALBEKOEK.6UPHEMK ., .. ';- I. . !
I .At the of the Duval \ :!: :
request Agricultural COTTRT. [ > :
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I.B. K3STIG-HT MATTER :WHAT THE AGE!
t ; and Horticulturl CWtf Jn8il' -E.-M. RAND ,Lt Embodies, New. and Essential P.lncip1e-Shntkity! Construction: Ease of Operation.Uniformity of Precise ; ". .'
: Society, we AMuciate Jnrtiw-B-J. 1) WEST'OT', Action at any Speed; Ca1Wcitylor Range and Variety of Work. Fine or Coarse-. ',I' .' : .

4 publish ceitain extra ts'{rom the 'Report 1. B. VAN VALAE. :DEnG.ClerkI.YKAN ; ; : 5LEA'iIGALLRIVALSBEHlNDIT.h : "1 1 : H Steel sap: "One bottle of Keanuy-s Fluid
B. FOSTKIC Laura
J : 'p.'BAYSTREETbetween : Buchu is worth more than all other Bucko
1 : made to the. Legi1ature of this CIRCUIT COURT.1st ." ,. ,
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JndlcSal Circuit-W. W.VAN NESS, Pensacola. '
: Statejn: 1854, by "Internal Improvement 2d" ". P. W. WHITE, Qu'n>T.8d S Jacksonville, Florida. One Dollar pet Bottle or Sia Bottles for Fin
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t. ,Wm BRY8OX Live Oak. TEST 1'HE BEFORE.PURCHASING ANY OTHER: r : _
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Board. The Board was 4th M E. n.ARChIBALD Jackson 7 / -

I. ville. .. 104..DUANE. ST..NEW YORK.
composed of Ihe following eminent Sib Judidil Circuit-I. II. OOSS Ocsla / / '; TERMS: EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT.. .,; ,... .- I,

: and leading citizens, viz : D. L. Yu- fith"7th' :" "", J.T..1AOBEETDUIpa.J.,W. I'lUCE Enterprise./ i'I.I :. : .. --.-. i -- '. i-i '.j.JI""f' : .1O3BE; : : SAC-RI give Physician advice In gratis attendance, to:.f'answer, cormpondeac

'. lee, James T. Archer Richard H. t' : ,c.-.tt. !. : '
BUVAL COUNTY. : 1 I. ,.
t \ WSZND STAMP FOIt'PAMrilZt'Sn'
A.:S Baldwin C. Ju 1re-\V'. A. Mr UK AN. ; "
Long John Pelot CouT.ty < The Manufaoturhi- Co: '( '
, Singer '
Clerk of Court-OSCAR UART. -; : i _
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,and John C. McGeche. -fcheriffJOSEPH II.DC II KE Ie. ,,. -"

.. It was considered by the Society County State Solid&:Boiatnr-CIIA8-tor-T, A. Mcl>UXNKI.L.SUMMERS. ', ." ... : ., No., 172 BROUGIITON ST., SAVANAII" GA. .'. DRY f. ..GOODS. .'. .i- > < !-. ,. DRY" GOODS- 1 '!. 4-oiIiE, : .
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:. .that the extracts referred to, were exaCtly Troaourrr-J.A.-eor-J. C.W.ORKELKV.Collector MWAIM.. I' ',: C. A. V&SBURGH, Manager: i r ; CLOTHING 'CLOTHING 1 ! ; i ii .
.1' -PETER J i' pertinent the pending question Sup-rinleudent orkh->o].-C.F. M AWBET.Auction GEORGE IV. -FRAZIER- Agent :/ ,.- ". f .. : AND, DEBILITATED.

'en-J. L. Burch. J. C. Hemming, M. A. 8-i6tf JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. J.r : '., '. ') '
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ofpossible transportation for the .
; DmiTntkL-- ; i S : OF BOTH SEXES.

," : ;t;J: :i products of the .State, as showing the S.Notary Kellc O.l'ublIca-lobD P. Caop r. O.Chita.name M.,Bummers F. B. Kiiepp W. U.J.tfreyo T.. ,) S 'ESTABLISHED IN 1868. i L 'r ,- ': :', ---. 'o-'f, Duririgthe, next CHARGE' -FOR"" ADVICE' AND CONSUL-.

4 Elwin: Illp-ios Wm. M. I dwith, B. M. /,,"-.. -: ,. 1 \Si L- it t...; .> '.. -- : r.TATION. .
;; t' i views then entertained of the value Cheney Too. U.Mazy J. W. Swam II.Orarper, 1" : : ..

;i.' oflhe Florida harbors .by Dr. 'Baldwin Jon. 1L Unrkre C. Codnngton.. W. L.CO'D.l.W. A.K. .PERCIVAL: < :.x 'XX'- :Ejc.: 5-' -

,1 ," WhltDt'r.County mmll'ft.nen-Mltt' Puce E..Fortune.. :, .. ; ..,; ::" .i ; ; .. :' J.-Ti..B.''w"V radiate of Jeffenoa Medka

and lb s oleag The extracts U. II. liofg T. 8 Eolls, R. Jones. .. ..' .,. 7.p., .' : : .Philadelphia luihorof several valuable works,
ft. JuBtloea of the ''--W. W. Sampson, W. A. :. J SUC:ESSOR TO J..H; CROWELIL r I :,f r tf -. I offer -for sale stock of ; consulted on all diseases o/ the Sexual ar Urin'
; are as follows : Buniraerall, C F.Townvnd. Henry C. Ti8on. James : i _" 'aJ t:4 '. #wjjl. ,my Clothing. Dry I!la rgans (which he has mode aa especial .tudy).
male female
M. Wiiron.' 31. P. Choppcll. A. II. Philip.. W. L. or ,no matter float what cause or
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"With ,
: one of the finest harbors of of how
MOT ,
long standing. practice of.
Coan A Due.lnl'm. Gordon, J.F. Kollina,J. 30
the -S : J'IV : LOWER t"I enables him to treat diseases with success. Cuts
: Atlantic} upon one side, and with W. Menard.Hnrreyor Cbll" F. Smith. FIGUES d. Charges reasonable. (Those at a distance

i series of noble l bays and_ harbors Inspectors of Lumber-H. M. Moody,II.'W.Cone. ..... ,I.. '. .. # I'S' ",. \ (l\ forward to letter describing mp'toms, and enclosing'
I. l'rcYr.. ,, "1 )0 pay postage
upon the'Gulf; each more or jess con- : -, In order to close out stock on
Conlliablo.-O. II. U ', 8. TSTnon.' J. Smith J.
; venient to one or other important J. Fui bes James Lane,S yi/ 11. Brown. "' I : I-.i .t.d1' .1. S ; for the Cnufe,t.l */JA. 'Price loc.
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:, : stre3tT" trade and travel), we have ''- f. -. .-, I..ItI: Great Southern Bazar, Bay 'street, -
: of CITY OF TACKSONVILLE.MsyorPETtR .; B.. J.. DYOTT, M. D.,
only to suitable
open avenues connection JOXES.AI1erroen : _I ,
-, t to draw through the State! A. TIIEBATJT,E. W.JH: -sr. A. J. .. ."t',"), ." '-" :-',!! : : ) ;: Physician and Surgeon, 104 Duane St.'N.Y.
BL>SELL,W. WIKT DOUOL'H.WM M. HOSTWIl SAVE MORE V.'' ""SAVE 'TIME
:f the greatest tide of commercial Intercourse K. L. I FLJo.MISOJAClIBI1tJ1'F. A. J. .

i ; the! 'prlt ,has: ever'.seen, and BENTLEY, R. B. HUBBABD. v \ ', -. 'L..I- : .' .COfFIS AND UNDERTAKERS
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Manbal-E. FORTUNE. DEALER ; .
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i to bring1 Tbr State into the'relation I. Clerk-W. CUUISTY. r'L '...{ I'S \ : .' ,

:, Treasurcr-CIIAS. FUIOKNBKRO.AMietaorC. E T A I, LI CBURIAL
of.acentre: the social and com'mer.cial ,
B. SIMMONSColleotorl'HILlI' : "

;.. connection of a large portion of Clerk f-f Market-WM.WALTER.OARVXN. BOOTS, :SHOES, LEATHERN. .. ; PORT: ROY :, 'CASES,

:: theUnionrendering, it thus inviting ; AND
; ) an City rb) ichn-C: DREW,Jr. h),: . ; ; :

field, for the .enterprising of all '. ,. WOOD COFFINS ,
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MASONIC.folamon AND FINDINGS IJH J
classes, agricultural. commercial and : Txv1c No.20-M. Bowes TT.M.; Chan. .i v-- .. ;
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; mechanics., Eliot.t'e ; Kooj.rnon Regular tueetlngii. ; I ; : i J .r:1n: r T 5 --
!.< and id W"e1ieslny of etch month. ;
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND NOTICETG
I :: jiadgptJIga.system.} it'as neces DuvalLodje No 1_E. Wupa'epV.< M.; B. H.Wel --
ascertain *'". JVc.: D. Jones; Tl r. Regular mtetigs -.
fro. sary to if >sses&nlVithinbur"6wn .
we '
jK l.t and 34 Mnn I borders suitable _harbarbonilipdn *<>mie|] Chapter No 12.B A.M-J.S Drirjs r/A LARGEAND WELL ,SELECTED. STOCK' :>t.ESPECIALLY'ADAPTED'TO ..;/. 5--- ,
M. E. U.P.; M.Bowes.Sec ; D Jons.ua.t. R'galu -
; : ... [ the Two seas Jor thc [at- m.lioolll"lt hid iy of vttch mnnth. CITY AND COUNTRY RETAIL '

: commodation of the commerce which Ima-. Omm.DdTy No. 2-J. H. Drkzs E. '. -' -S : tt' ., Passengers; make Close ALLSIZES AND QUALITIES.
O. L>. c. Dawfcin, Recorder. Regular meetings band TRADE .. J _;. .
: : would pass over our Toads ; for otherwise 2d Tuesday(clench month. .. S 1' ---5- .. '? '<" _" ; .,; .. ': -i \.- .; (.. S Ii: : '! LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES.

: it would be. necessary' to, point I Onnd Master-ETTE A. J. Rnsell.OFFICERS Jacksonrlltit.: And by strict attention to busings and the wants of the public will endeavor to merit. share of their, .pationage.. -'" w ,! l I"": .;.(,< *.t.' .SJ? 'M* '3!.!:,. .. ..' DONE WHEN REQUIRED..

: our--improvements Jo:suitable connections .. Ur with the of our neigh f r.Orand Warden-K. P. Jordan Fernandina. GOODS SENT BY MAIL. AND .EXPRESS,, ., : : 'v. ." SAVANNAH & AND MARBLEIZED
system ,1 :
Jr. Orand Wanli-n-K.Vacate,.la-k-onTil'e. '
:' boring States I Orund T..un.r-D. L. Oakley ilontlci'llo. \ tTo all parti of the State. .. ;, ; . TE' MANTELS

: \ Upon: the Atlantic' we possess the i Grand Grand Chaplnln N-crftury--Rer.D. C-I John>awkina Pmoy., Jacksonville.. AT. TilE OLD STAND' COR. DIV and OCEAN JACKSONVILLE.. FLA... .. ,.. .-rai..r'. S -. .AND S SLATE HEARTHS &c,

; Feruandina. This Grand Tykr-David Jones Jacksonville. ..t.j. .i --S 5 I TO'ORDER
: proved J. H. NORTON. T' ... S. H. KOOKER.NORTON ;
; DISTRICT DEPUIT ORAND MA8TER8. '.' al Law and Public ANDFORSALE:
j the Attorney Notary
made : i.
>jr hydrographical! ROYAL
;surveys liit District B. O.Alderman Marianna. "t <' PORT :
I : under authority of the United States 94 .' Reeve. Cbattaboochee. t > CALVIN OAK,
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& KPQKER. .sd- :1 ) :
U. B. LireOsk. -
: 81 Tuylor ._ ; Street,,between Laura and Hogans-,
I G nmmeut, to be one of the finest fIb' J. 8. Drig-,JackonvUle.5ch 1 : For Angtma. Atlanta Chattanooga- 'N&.Sbv ; 36-tQ' Jacluooville.Florida.
j J. ; Memphis
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I harbors for W. It. Long,.. .. DIALERS f. ; 1 ; .< $ oo-' .
the
of
purposes commerce '''. nati St. Louis and all 'North S : .
t which is to be found south of the' 7tb" Frank Branch Tumps, .,, ESrFTE. "''''-',?;' :. . .E.TAL L IC -
grATE OFFICR4 OF GRAND CHAPTER.K.A.'M. REALOF :,'' S .
Chesapeake bay.. The harbor is perfectly Grand ilWh 1'11.-M.1J.wH.Jacksonville. '. ". ,. < ... '; -i-- ". '1-" "."r ; J' S i

:% and closely land-locked, with. Drpoty Grand High Pne t-J.d. Dnpgt.Jacksorj-. : ALL KINDS.. .,: ? > <'f):i o (,"" ,TRAIN LEAVES DAILY' AT : ',UR -IAL c'.-rs.E s ,

arLfverage'/lepih' of feet ville. .. -
to enterejy .I ,'
35 40 Gcand King-B. Q.-Aldirmk.n. Mtrunnm.Urmxl : ".H; "- : : '
WOOD
,. : without shoals, an anchorage Ken be-D. C.'ilaoon,Tallaha..iea.Oratd GENERAL INSURANCE. AGENTS,; 'repr.s ndng the follciviinl.panics .. com '- .COFFINS.
PASSENGERS HOLDING-TICKETS: BY OTHER .
L with good holding, extensive enough : Treasurer. -W. A.Young Jacksonville.'ODD'FELLOWa : ;; ,7' ; ';.*,,,: 7" ..' ____
;. FRANKLIN PHI ADEI'HlA.; With combined assets of over /: ,.i.. .EXCHANGED (thereby avoidiug delay in ) -= -
for the largest possible commerce, and FU>n..Lodge No. 1-Wro.n;Cook;V.O.; 8. V. ;f' W.YORKi.l ". '. .? iF:
.. K. 8. 0)NTiNEiJfAL,1Or.N :"I .
.Regular meetlugn.i-very Tuesday y i
I having a frontage of Over two miles, ii1l.t. ___, :
along the whole extent of which TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES.S MANHATTAKr/Of-'NEWYokK. !jf S 7 '000 000- .;, BREN'S ,TICKET. r. -
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Dnval DlvUuu Ao. 1-Henry Kuti. S. P.: Oeo. PENN OF PHILAPELPHIA. J, > 5 .-" .-" : "' : :
: '; wharyeroi. 20 to 50 feet will reach a '. Frazier. B. 8. Regular matting evrry Thursday '. 21 BULL STREET SAVANNAH :ANT

: depth of 25 lo 35 feet of water. It is Jncksocrille nUtt tit G Lodge 104 Tem of|Good>lai'i Hall TempUr lM''No..Block.-.". LOANING MONEY 'ON REAL ESTATE 'AND, CONVEYANCING A S M < ;, CLSK.ET'S..

1 ., :' pna: sea island, and Thus' secure of Ward, W.O. T4 t). A: Heusiog.W. B. 8. Meet .f SPECIALTY.; .. ---S 'MARBLE-FRONT BLOCK. NEARLY

; '4 health, toeing *cry similar in its climate fry R Wedrjeadiiy KU. Lodge evening No. 2, 1.O.lioen'a G.T.(IlalL U
r to .that of St., Augustine The -B. U. WtUter. W.O'T:; C. M..Jones, W. B. 8. '' 'Jr: .rov ;--1.? '.;=. .. = '-,.. ? : ;' : Bay Street, .Jacksonville. Fla.E. .
Meet evry evening at Grove lla 1, nesr the ahell No. Two-itory house on Ashley street, near St. I No. io$. Dunlawton Plantation: on Hali&x river, ,
depth upon the bar is thusgivnin a road bridge James ,Hotel pleasantly situated In one of the best seven miles north of Mosquito inlet at Port Orange; 1' ., .' ,< DAILY PAPERSFrom"thefolloying S WASGATE.

: late report of the Topographical! Engineer ': FIRE UEFABTJIKST.) neighborhoods in the city; house new,wjtb six rooms, l.joo acres,4,150 acre .rich hanunoqk,lying one mile ;t :
cider Engineer-Jmea U. U' plenty of closets, and good servant'i room; lot 51X* from river: 50 acres high shell land, Immediately on cities on file day FREE TO :- .
r.3 Bureau to Congress, viz : "The 11 AMtilant-Joseph Martjck 105 feet, good fence, good sidewalk, and the street the river bankhavlnglrontof about one fourth mile, every ,
bar of this river affords feet Su.m Fire Eogln .&.'*-Tboa.J.,Mott,Fort shelled: grapes in bearing; a fine Jot of young orange with large to-story, frame''bouse.'iS'rooms, needy New-Tork-Philadelphia, BaltiJiore; San Fr : R, ST.. AUGUStittE.
y 13) at ... trees f flowers and shade trees- growing thriftily; good finished r house commands view of the river and ocean 'oJ.: S Sti; Louis,1 Cincinnati and mapy (
U1'L ; thejlost water; an<. from ao to:22 feet JEtoa Htnam Fire Engine"Williim Bay,ToretMa well,with punrp on back porch, which Is covered with and i Is surrounded with Urge;beartnc brange trees, I '
Alert Ibis "0. 1-0. C.Vandenrrlfl; Foremsn: flowering vine; 'Will U sold: some 75 to too In number good well,and a cistern -i ....L.; Z THE: SCHOONERMagnolia
L/** during spring tides. 'Quick Time and Sure Connections via the Port.
PtiOBnli Uo e No. 2-A.'l.Uuaxe,Fiirenuo. : N. B. To capitalists desiring a big thing" there -holds isoo gallon,in,yard\,thorvugbly,ditched ? .
:. To show the sufficiency of jthis har- Aitrt-iicxu nook and Ladder, CoTo. .A. Wilson k a fine opening Springfield: a jeVthou an4 dollars and drained; canal from sugar-noose*running'to the .

t ix>rj9r. all ihe of domestic Foreman. BAKX8.Fred will go great way Just now. particulars enquire river wild fUr transportation of crop; immense quantities of I __ ;
purposes of Norton& Cooker,corner 9c *fl and Bay streets. orange"tries oa the place r the sol Is similar to the -

S and foreign,irade, it will be lound by Forstb man's ueetit.Pavlrtt'i J. W.Swam Bxuk.,Cashier.earner of Pine and No. 74; A HAX'MOKS R PE:>C ro* St ..-Si'< best limestone Ujjar-lands ls abundant.till."uDat This to place which'Is really Is fully one equal of the: A.4O HUSSEV. S > ; ; V-/Lr '(Wltt saalt regular trip*

a rejere;; c to Llovd's! list (for thejcar I).O. Abb rra Bitkiac Uuuau, Bay BtrwVT.Muev. U. large room as4.kitchen,double bay window on',the choicest places In Florida, *nd,was b ,D'as such before ,"'O'r. < .. between Jacksonville ftSfAugasth S
.uhier- west, Urge double parlors,double piazza on the seuth the war.> S *- .
1853, that tKere are only 33 vesselsout K.'W. iMnnj; Banking. BOON Bay. street.,corner, conanandlng one of the finest views in Jacksonville; : J'ftfaha"low sates-
of recorded in that lif OOMD. windows filled with four lights 40-inco gbM and bung N.B''D you want a.snug winter home, with :. H"U $S.gY & : : For freight or.passag*
10,430 office S .. BOTE I. With cords and Wfigbts.vn pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flowersto rlHd.T Yoacangeta : "'of I' ';"
that draw o,ftct or: imore., The .fol Grand NatlrntU< t'Bay itm>t, near. /uUaOeo.. Me- floor,with Wade; all uinp. finished with mould a beautiful lot, 70x156 feet,in Springfield, high and >/ ) -, 1 ,,' 'Wi 1.s8N'X.WH1TLOCK. .
is list Oinley, Ink and oiled and varnished, making beautiful finish; healthful,and wtihia.tea minute walk ot the poaIoCI ice 1 T> _*. *. .,O, ESAI.E-AN.D.R.ETAIL'DV., T T : tJ '- ',"' -jaclsenvUlei.-' '-.
lowing a ol these 33 vessels. .rroprietor.Siewoan street near" Bty-. B. ceilings Wgh/walls -.lhetl9pIID.tniet.'double, On which to make Jt.for $J5., :for. particulars enquire. >R ( ; ; : J'i :: ) % '
.sbo'.wingiheirLurdiu/ant; : TOf1Iie.Ji lIor. '. glass,front doors aortic|ncl(.a every door in house of Norton&Xaoker,, : ', -r ..rTp.fv, ; -> ; Or to -- -SS. : S ,S
OraughtrS 00ef0. lions*. Ocean street lieiBa7, )(1i."CI k* china closet store-room,plenty of dothes-presses,bath.. % :BvTrv: : :.',a. .,: : .S' Jii .... I' '. .;: .:
vessels 600 __ "9. ,A tract of 88 60 cleared hamtrocfcland I .1.
acres acres
,Me tons. burden and draw to fcetwAf BBfln'. ProprietreM. room hip roof with cupola from which a-xharming ; JLJ i
.* ,* "_ fnr*!( ;.. .: ? .M Florid Home corner yorryth a 4 Cedar street view U to be bad of the city,the river, and surrounding; :fine front on St.JohD'lriYCr; two miles west j J : .PercaVshmj fceatBucir! .i
al W, t.Stockwell,Managtr country J three lots,making *} -feet'l loud> well( U IscksonvUe.m is one of the most desirable river _. ___ .. .' -
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fronts to the LEATHER &, tft
4' vicinity of Jacksonville S
1 ooo too young shade tree itrtcdg-aif.mile firm post- lSce. WiUbedfvidedNo. I I .
: .' ." soe ., ." FEDXBAXi OFFICERS. Female at a bargain. Ifdcllrcd.i \J .'fo '', ., 11.--.1_ : I ,UJlBS-.5dF. PRACTICE AND
4 .' ioe. HAs .It... Collector of Cuatoms J.B.SOOT No.96. A.large. tw :story! house:'with".ttni large : 4 Six acre on A ingtondvier,adjoining the I -
I Deputy CclJettor O.V.. BL W. : ;;. rooms; thoroughly built and finished In finfcrate style Florida Home containing the old vineyard-for sale. I Iat : i A ofr New York n ; _... 1" .BLOUNT'S!CODE' ,
compared 'with' the. neighboring Inspector of Cutoins-t.HIOOIB8. with,twelve feel xeillngs j one acre of JtrOUD4ItCOftJ- a arp1a. .of''O i -.I >11'j S I complete: assortment. ; s 1ai' *
*-E.M.CHENEY.Oolletner with fruit tree and flowers f pleasantly located; within : : 'I .-t--i, '-l ld j! Handr Iiotrnfoffice.: atvtTattahassee j
harbors of Savannah and Charleston, of IntrnaJ Bevenoe- A.X1I10D1'1) .' five minutes walk of the re-read: Price fiofao; NoIIIUOP0LThlt Hor i. -This' hotel Is Goodsjalvrays I / < : 'a small edition of the Rules of Pr.cticedoPr.
8q"' Ol'oGeIUtNI-1. MT.GILBERT. (4,500 down,balance oo lng time If d centrally located,built of the best French brlck,and k I / tfSufwnMfCwirlBgetfcer- 'Ie4.
I tfte thatbor. qf, Fernandina is much t" Sole"1 1. 7 i .Tor. Samuel I ( .5
U,8.baugwTTIOS..McMUBBAY, a -]ass house In every '::,:for'pricefttftBd agentsin Jacksonville : : ling & Code of Preceedure.and
No. U countyjT mil from:
99. 400 acres Orange : one ierms apply.to Norton &Kooker. .Code (act of iMt) noir m' force, all la* :.
Superior. At Charleston the .
depth 11. 8 CIBCUIT Melonviue. Price 1and.j.Ch Fme Shoes. .i t<'
COUBf." f |.j per'-l aero, J j I i ." f. -1S----.i .',.j t ses dren's ; { 4---, -5- 5 / -. ,
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.exceed 5n the main.tea .:and ship.half.eel channel:; .docs;in, low pot iUrhal-S.CO\ANT.1..p-PBlUP Attorney, B.O. DREW.;; '.:.- "".,.-.'.1. 1:'::Caflonorwrite tow,and stale V our wants: '. -.f:lli:- t'"<; a' '; l-\c: -a ;ods sep y.mail [J xpr ssl t;311tp ; : FtbT.wIJI .hordertSON': ':'S: !'..

Clerk-J. B.TOWN8EKD.sl"' OFFICE ICOR. OCEAN AND BAY ST8,JACKSONVILLE. :, """ ".

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