The new South
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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00018
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THE NEW SOUTH. i obligations Oc1laiiirrathfthe; ( l inland lake of the'Middle,States, the"coin, cot- MISCELLANEOUS. QROCBRlklIMPORTANT "' 55 S --

with colored men? 1 ho*refusing, region; the Wektva and' the lakes ton and tobacco.oi the-Sonthern,'the T = AND. PZOVISION., -S_RAILROADS AMD STEAMERS.EnuDlna ..-, .T S

PfBUMltl 'cATIIRDAV.OFSUSSCIUFTlOirf y.VERYWIDNESDAY. AND I upon premeditation,to lend your knowledge directly on the river includes an coffee, indigo, gto'sei the West Indies HO USE-: to ,VERYBODV.If Bucly aaoamIItlaf..:.;

TERMS and ability for the political direction extent of 700 miles, giving, if lands ,. ,the, orange; fiftffV lemon and 'MELLONVI.LLE' ?
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of affairs and thus for ten'miles on each side be citron of Central America l. '
-'asny.owU subscribers,Jj-so per annum I shirking the bur- may the olive you lbs gwuine article la the o(cigars PENSACOLA AND
FMt IDIII"C capteI'1},* each receind; and M extra ti copy. dens and inconveniences of a government considered dependent on water and'the grape of thefEast, the date J.lELLONVILIE.ORANGE COUNTY,)L&. war JACKSON\LLE.. CO. v. ,
dub' tell at one lc.w1
will be lCat,, mall eVUT subscriber*. $* per 'M Bura. Te whose protection and guardianship conveyance' for transportation, an and palm of the desertfthe guava. the Wind Llpaor\ .&e..jo la I Oa and after SUNDAY. MAY.17. 1174. trtin.

IL.n each. : Twenty topic $t.A>; Ftftjr cp.kSj.4OCaCk. you are continually invoking in its laws area of 14,000 square miles, or 8,960- sugar-cane and the tea, cf SouthernAsia ,3D.5Iy I. I. HITE, Proprietor; : ). B.TOCXI. will ran as follows s "40 !* w., .-

_____ and courts and throwing all the labor 060 acres, which must' seek through ; 'yet the dweller in Hernandoand S PASSENGER TRAINS WtST '(DAILY FOR'SAvAN'ML \
AD"'EETISINCUTES: Jacksonville its most natural and Manatee.countierdors.: this "DIDDELL HOUSE, AND TALLAHASSEE. '.
i-WiaX.'i O per iach or lcM.first Insertion J,2ubequeiU and burden upon the colored men and very t Leave JacktooviCe---r-40p
cheapest exit. thing and do .in If wish to Ul; rearcation-Ia oed and' I
inse1.jo cents. their friends .can day theyear. you, ...a fame Baldwin .'. .
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political are in sol 9:55ias
you.now a But Jacksonville is also the terminus ." FERNANDINA, FLA. &1liardi B.TOGNTS ** ,.._ .
"'JtI.'I'. fiS per Iw*or le".first Insertwe; each .fo to J. Sakxn.Bay stntu Qty ? .r. a a at. i
tu\Jleque iaiertioii.75 cenU..Vetiftt dignified attitude in crying for the politi of,3.railroad.system extending west. Of the leading staples,. 250 pounds ':1" Arrive LeaveMdio.at Llvm.Oak. -, SSO.r 3:30Ki
Mi'/. ,w cents per Ime.TEKICS cal good things which, like spoiled Children ward to the Chattahoochee, and now of cotton, 2.006 poucds of sugar, 600 SAMUEL f.. RIDDEii.,. : ProplictrS I I S. MO'"tkcIlo ___ T-P t a. S.
Addrea : .CARRUTH & CO.. ,you refused when offered. in actual operation for nearly 200 pounds of tobacco, an dT'35 bushels of aurf'bath1-" S Imported&a'.Ale on draught.:CaQ Car it U I. B': ::: QuiIICJ'n T..t.-_ I JIi,,,. S

lacktoavtlk, Florida. COLORED COYB ATIO 8. miles, with a prospect of completion rice to the'acre, are producible'as an >Magnificent: dm of eighteen miles on the finest ... .< .* nTOGNI'S.at :. I ftrrirt HOramhorrW*_-- ,_S .

The'Democracy of Alabama claim to 150 miles further'to Pensacola, within average crop on all rtejahds: taken'asa A11aDtic'beach.'Rthesingscabttecs.1. S the MetropolUanBimanl" Saloon.. J. PASSENGER TRAINS EAST (DAILY FROM
the Approaching Conservative Con three ". .. .. .5 5S : .J-SS"3a TALLAHASSEE) FOR SAVANNAH -
For Assuming ten miles whole
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years. on ; AND ,
be the I .;,J i
vention. Driven by arrogance and nggressiTcncsJ each side of the .' ,I", 1.. S ,: ; .
railroad now constructed The inorasnt the"object of this survey : ',1 5'S S Lw.chat,1ioocbr.S_ & .
The Conservative Convention to assemble of the negroes.into a *'whiteman's .as dependent thereon for :is effected;' and.io. dequate pertoc. OPEN ,DURING THE-SUMMER. JOHN .. ,, ..4 1'alb'Q.iBcy__. ,__I _\ bo' .
party.' After living for six / :10''UOflIooIt. a.a.
here to-day will be one cfport.fIce im- ycars and additional ..
we"have -
transportation, an. i1. ta Strong jDlpw.ewill -FOR\VAIU ".) S S S 4:5 ._.L. _c' .
to them at,least;and trill,'Tindoubtedly under a Republican,'-State J'(vtrnment 4,066'square"miles,. or:,650-; r first,of course,be given to the lumber BOARD:, S .,: .p- ,. ., *. U.JoIadi80a 0.1._. .. --'-zosa d- 9 T..M 'Q_

contain a full representation in which colored men are'recognized as 000 tcreS" thus, making Jacksonvillethe business but.the plough will.fol Pa-day. -. .- -, '. '2..50 AD" .S.* Lake City,..,_..-a a sad ui$"

of the ability. the shrewdness and the component elements and active' participants natural "exit for the product' of low hard upon.the.axe, and,as.in. .process Sat. Per week ammjemenu- made&om'IS with bmilie to|ia.oo COMMISSIQMERCflANTD, Arrive, Baldwin at iDcIOIs..ucf'- noamandsos 4:15. :;.

j influence of the white men who pro- with constantly increasing proSperity 14,520,006 acres'of land. ,of time,-colDme channels are DKALCJI IN : TRAINS TO ST. MARKS. '*.*-J I Ids7i,1bu2ayIsa1SttwlayL

to relieve the majority of the until Florida has reached a measure This immense hrea itis true, is in relieved, from the pressure of lumber, Fine livery Arfrtrnny nlfTni. ( '" ,.

voters pose uT any farther care or trouble in of peace and quiet and obedience to large proportion wild and unsettled, the m o.re' compart and concentrated Open after Jane let under above terms. ,6-6 im S ROCERIEa. PROVISIONS GRAIN... Lw T..n.---e ) : f I

the direction and management of political .law that was never at any previous and where occupied at all, IS very produce of.the farm: and garden wilt HAY. SEGARS. tc. ; Arrive at SuMarks -_- ioas 11:50 ..51* ...,

matters. It would be generally in- I tim known in her history, are you prepared thinly settled'; but as a whole, the supply its place, immigration'' and' JyTETROPOLTTAN HOTEL Sole Agenu.for, Florida, for S Arrive Leave SLMarbuss TaHahauee, ._ _=p a ;C'It *
lands of '
are good quality and covered will furnish .
development ample occupation *** '
if the able and shrewd men to say to the world that the Democracy ArerOI's Qurmiral Paint,aad ROBEUT WALKER. '" '
terestin;: with dense of various kinds JAcKSONVILLE, FLORDAwin .' x -t ?
a growth .for all agencies of transporta .- J -. ,. !j Receiver aad Gca1Su ,
who will be present would cease from of this State is afraid of the valuable l two-thirds of the 1' TVTiite'*Patent Money Drawer H. U MAGEE. As"cSupc. I
timber ; S .S ,, ,. A' 5"8 !
farther false) motions,allow abstract political ability and skill of the coloredman whole is studded with tion.Such remain open during.the Summer for the accom- -. H
thickly APfIICor. .
any I.A.SECTIAL long- calmly and reasonably considered ., 5:5:. SS ...1... Buck,sells boots aad iltoe cheapen 4' < f i]
oucstions to remain in quiet, and lend! ? leafed jellow-pine, and the balanceis is the prospective business modadoo of the travelling public and citijeas generally. STSAHSX. UZZIE BAKER --.
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their skill and power to the discussion OK RACE PAKTY., hammock, covered with a heavy that be looked certain *. '
may upon as to ; ,. V0LVS14L.,.; G. & W. I.T.CO.'S RAILROAD.
of real question and living issues. Is not a purely sectional or mce'party forest of oak, hickory, bay, magnoliaand pour its treasure into the lap of Jacksonville Prices Greatly Reduc;d. I AXD A., ,, .. ': 1 *.ze ,

lake a child who has strayed into awmilI essentially: and entirely at variance with gum and through the passage to i ; FROM S -.b. I
$2.50' Van Brunt Bro's.
RATE PER Line Sailing PackstsFROM :
and accidentally moved the every principle of popular government? The lumber and timber alone, be furnished.by the.outlet now under :; DAY FERNANDINA,_TO CEDAR' KEYS'fcoma t S

lever that releases the motive power, Are not the doctrines and teachings of without 'Presupposing 'any other set- consideration; this has been upon I and liberal terms,by the week and month. NEW YORK. sotrm. coc o norr*. '

and dismayed! at the buzzing of the such a party as directly aimed at Germans settlement than that necessary' to iut the'supposition that the navigation of 136-193 Bay Street. ts mJ1orida. Femanrflna S J15f 3:30 ajra a Awiw- t
timber, .will furnish an amount of the St. its tributaries b'tobe'l t- C..IIi/.n ._ 55 T-35p.
saws the whirling of the wheels and the Irishmen, Frenchmen. Spaniards Johns'and TABLE BOARD AT REDUCED RATESThe 5I" .
businessalmost Baldwin ---9.-00 ar; 3.5015.. .1ll
incredibly large. limited their |
rattling of the machinery, stands aghast antI indeed nil other nationalities, as to channels FAIRBANKS --- :Ie. ':3 ar. I
The ;saw mills, not exceedinga alone and that the of patronise of the public respectfully solicited. start11:31 iriS ,'
and unified at the result of his own they are against colored men p'Will half reaching'but' Galnesvillr__.___..______,-1:50 IEIO
within reach of 4
a Jacksonville the railroad system, terminating .at DKAIJJI IX -. Arther----- .
rashness, and seeks anxiously to shut offthe not such principles be promptly and in the J. B.TOCN1. Proprietor. Br'OIISO"3:35'3:2op 949 .
year ending June 30, Jacksonville, will 'extend no further 9:04
power that is overwhelming him, so utterly repudiated. bythe National Democracy 1871, ,furnishej for exportation,' than the Chattahoochee river. Aprll 25th.11. S. 'IISSWJD1 Keys. CONNECTIONS.At I- 6.ja.. 6Jol,

the Southern Democracy in their des- as a matter of necessity to something over '36,000,000 feet of But confident expectation is entertained Gent famishing good_low at Bocky'j. S BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE FLA., tEL"'Ir NDINA.with Steamer CIry'Point front' ,i

peratt efforts for political! resuscitation avoid the alienation of its members of lumber and timber, which at.an.average that within three, years from p. ort Dictator from and Charleston Savannah,and Mondays Savannah at 4 a.Thursdays av:steamer at 'I

Lave undertaken to raise the party with foreign birth and thus you be left a price'of $ioo per M., would be the,present .time, that system, by aft FOR SALE OR RENT-COUNTRY. 'Aiwayskeepe on hand 4 a.m. With steamer Lizzie Baker from Savannah' ;

the da ijerous lever of "a white man's purely local, race and sectional party ? worth $442,000. extension already provided, will reachto HAY, CORN, OATS BRAN GROUNL those Brunswick points and on Fridays St. Mary's at S,a.Mondays so. at 6-a. m-;.tJ'far

party..' They see far too clearly that YOUR QC.A DAnY. It was in. reality worth over a mil- Pensacola, Mobile and, on to 'the OTEL AND ORANGE GROVES .FEED, PEAS, CHICKEN FEED, At BALD at.WIN,with SIr J ,P &M.R.R,from lacksonviBe -.? a
S 7P. ; Jacksonville al
H ooa a-m. ,
by inaugurating: a race combination Your present difficulty is open to the lion. Mississippi i'and thus, at once, tap PORK, LARD, BACON, At GAINESVILLE with in-weekry stag Ii2e for' 1 I
in mind the"' that allalong'theroutes FOR'SALE SHOULDERS, Tampa: with stage line fcr ,NewnansviUe. Tuesdays
Bearing fact the wonderful and inexhaustible OR ,RENT.We I -
of all. There valley and
they( !.'ive alarmed and disgusted their knowledge are soreheaded HAMS, iJAR. hi
of the'river and rail- of the Father of Waters, and form ? At KEYS with steamers to and frwn Ve,'
own Northern fiienils and have com- and disappointed Republicans win lent for the season orsefl on easy terms, FISH, TLOUR, Orleans every Saturday.' Wui stauiers from Key
who road are scattered, here and there, the eastern link of that inevitable HOMINY MEAL,RICE West and Tampa Friday; from these places Thurs
pacte.1 the Republicans to a. degreethat arc a uncertain on their Republican desirable" THE ALA eRA eo GRANGE day,. With Steamer Cool,frosa Tsmpn.Sandays fat
locations for mills and manufactories chain that most, ere long, be thrown liT HOUSE, HECKER'S FLOUR. FARINA : '
nevnicd impossible} only two short footing, and who could be persuaded .. APPLES ONIONS Tampa. Mondays. With Steamer Wawenock frss
,-a simple,calculation will across the'continent to south of the Sowaanee Fridays forS..e..Tuadays.i' S
month* ago. Like the thUd in the mill, under certain favorable circumstances give striking resuhs.1fontwothird region of snows and storms in ,the Near MellonvHle, Orange Co., Florida., POTATOES SUGARS SYRUPS, .3 D, K.MAXEIL.' .,

tlictand shocked and terrified at the to act with but are terribly WITH, .THE FARM ORANGE GROVE AND MOLASSES, COFFEES, SuperumodcKt
: central:regions of the .Rocky Moun NURSERY ATTACHED. TEAS COCOA, Umbrellas and It tad Bud- :d
con t'q:1cnct.s.
folly and would gladly stop the buzzingand your Northern Democrats as one tree be annually cut, containing If.so, then theprospectivebusiness! i TIllS PROPERTY IS HOST ELIGIBLY OILS, SOAPS rn S I

whirling cf the political xnachlheryarouttd well as drawing closer together the f '503 feet from every acre, passing through, Nassau channel, will LOCATED) miles,from the Steamboat I Ii STARCH TOBACcO.S. BROCK'S LINE t' -
i Landing on Lake.Monroe. WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS '"" .
them) but dare not move any Republicans in the whole country by there'would result .,84 ,oo ,OOO feet be nearly doubled by western exten- BASKETS BROOMS SPONGES, TUBS o* .
new levers till they know what results your open adoption and advocacy of: a of lumber, and if only one such tree sion within the limits of Florida het- I FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE CANNOT RESURPASSEDwbile iJR, lV. R' 'S"TEA14E'rfs. ,. ,. '"..
i in every five acres then there would no part of Florid -conv S CANNED GOODS OF EVERY KIND.- -
self .
as miles to .
may follow. They are emphatically ina race combination.Thcru 154 necessary bines so advantages to the J
tight place au,l we recommend them arc hundreds of old-time Democrats be' 768,o ,00o feet of lumber for reach Pensacola, to say nothing whatever of many TROPICAL FRUITS.grower" S EVERYTHING SUMMER S S S SCHE.DllLE"7.t= '" .. I
commercial purposes, and-:1t the price 'of the of the Mississippi '-, "
In endeavor to fcheJ pome light upon the who are firml}'persuaded that your, suggested, giving an 'annual productof valley and prospect trans-continental tracks.If .- Knot sold belbre the FIRST MONDAY In MARCH Vt TUB ON and after MONDAY- PR.IL.J...i- S

following points alliance with GrecleV' defeated the paityin next,the property will on that day be offered at public FORAGE.GROCERY.AND PROVISION ul.E.i i of this line will leave Shipyard Wharf... daily/_
$9,216,000. to all 'that has been said; consideration sale to the highest bidder. Apply to. (Sundays Accepted at S o'clock..te.kri < *
41 The Consliitdion a* it teas." Is this the last campugi. aud they have had Spars are a necessity cf commerce be given to'the.fact,. that a S S FLEMING & DANIEL I I SELL FOR 'CASH' S '' ; ': 'H ,fJoT

the some constitution winch] ,after it. had, enough of entangling alliances with which from increasing scarcity, and gigantic work .of Internal Improvement Attorneys Jacksonville Florida.SS I .PALATKA'j

for ufty years, forced for all the pur- Republicans of the mollusk order. difficulty of access, ,are constantly appreciating called the "Southern Inland icis ,-8.IS71tt.. 5 Lien AT and{fotermcdiac tauim.and_ return same. 3ayJ;'1 C A.?;.d I

poses of successful governmentnd had The troublesome question in your approaching and the best known. spars Navigation Canal," is under contract; ..AH' shades. braids, and chignons at'Bucky's. THE LOWEST POSSIBLE, FIGURES S .. Through steamers' for T: .

given us a national: progress that astonished Convection will be of an are the yellow-pine spars of Florida, and actually in process of completion, Merchants Loggers Hotels Boarding Houses,and ENTER5PRISEIS. ; Mi ..

the world already for years well known and ,which the of the Families. are invited to examine my goods and prices. S .55 S 55 'Ob 3
you deliberately attacked arithmetical nature,and will present'i- by navigation St. S A L.EVERY-. S f P '
prized the world'over.. Such is the FOR and Wermedfare landings,will leave as above on Toot-L :
and endeavored to subvert from Johns' will, by artificial means be ,extended . .
; self.somewhat after this fashion-as a ,. S v THE HIGHEST CASH laxuri .of he
any obligation to which you solemnlyand problem requiring solution: nce' 'I forest growth in toBiscayne Bay, thus adding CHEAP! vrdayevemnp. S 5 S55S.3. S S
requested to send freight dowoJdarifcct.! .
determined Florida that excellent spar timber to if'some"a56'miles, i it will justl,9'ap.pear'that -" :- rAID. FOR COUNTRY PBODVCZ OF ALL Elm theaaemooB.Sharpen are ;
be violently yourselves to Gi\"en-The extreme desirability of abounds in all the lands referred to, in view of the present Tkrte small Farm, near.tAe City limits; Stft S ..a6Cf. S S J. BROCK,A("5.'JO 1!
entirely absolved, but which, after giving the State into the hands of the and the which pros- S I
makes these
moment '
utterly iling in contest in arms pective'demand the expense of the ONE OF TEN ACRES ,& '' -}iITthcK.S Buckr"eiis die test white_.,. J !
your Demo
its lcy. Query-Shall we pain accessible to large vessels, a most completion'of the channel is simplyinsignificant Cleared Ian4.;'no other' Improvements.ONE WILLSON, : $ to Thos.A.Willson, ," S ... ,' ..'.' ,..fA .. !
against upholders and defenders, enough Republican'votes by catering to lucrative business is .. ,
opened. Already and would be' coveredby OF TWENTY ACRES, OF ,
). in your absolute vanquinhmcnt and j the shaky notions of weak-kneed opponents spars and other 'heavy timber are the saving of insurance in' fiveyears. About fifteen acres In cult ntlou. SOD grape vines and 1EAXXU IK CHANGE $EHDULE. 1tdJ1. !
I fruit trees:nnderdralned;clay subsoil one of the bestp'aces AND FEED ; ,_:. i I
political extinction GRAIN. ,
were glad enough, to make good the loss of votes of i hauled from fifteen to twenty miles to for gardening. t i ;
under almost any possible interpretation,: old-line Democrats who will not train in 'supply the Pensacola market. tTo be continued.) ONE OF TWENTY .,- S.:lanu&ctorers or I The steamer' .city:Point having bee' j

to receive oneemor*, as your only} ark I any such company P ,: Suppose upon ,each 100 .acres. of the About four acres In' cultivation balance'good* pinewoods CQRN MEAL;HO'MINY,'CRACKED Sommerrepaia..- > ;::: :V--1J'i ait& t 1

of joliiical safety If so. are your par We will give an answer to this problem land dependent upon this outlet, a PROFESSIONAL CARDS, fteLJ ,- S ;on King's road CAIXAIOUS.. c.C.COLLINS, THESTEAMER P cT .".:; 1 1S f

ty views of constitutional interpretation: hereafter single spar: is cut in each jear and exported DeaWin Real Estate.Witscben's Building,Bay St.TTTEALTH CORN. :RYE' MEAL; GRAHAM. S S I... 4.cht; ,

rightfully entitled to the highest con-! 4 < and you bave: an annual l otitgoof'US200 F. COLCORD, ; WEALTH V SS 'FLOUR;CRACKED' IEAT.&t. 55 CAITAOI. LE T"OOGEL3ESDAYCYgnd ,.-. .. -...i'0 I '. !
iraUe: authority? The Inside Passage. spars, and'at this rate no .; W31,ttntll fiirther" notice,leave CHAKCESTOJ*twerp :,
The Reconstructive diminution the'supply would ensue Successor to Hide and Skin business ofj. S SAVANNAH every WED- ;
legislation of Congrest. CAPTAIN t F. .SMITH'S REPORT. for it is asafe calculation that Florida I ,-AND- S ': -TO OWER.V S ,"5 5 Floridk S I
Was this l legislation Immediately I : H. CROWEU: .., .' NESDAY,for. ,arriving js. t t
As bearing upon th: transportation forests will in;every twenty-five years f. I' -. ; ; \ od Sawed :Split and Deliveredby i iS every TriURSDA / .. .5 '
The '
upon close of the and the Corner O4caDtCts. .RECREATION 1 ,. !
war, aftenhowever .: .Bay pd Jt 1
severe a cutting, replace : t
ask attention ;
vindication question, we to this excellent ;
of :
the national : RTE Tt7'R i
sanctity, a by, natural growth, the loss thereby. : Cord or Load. Saoe S
'Highest cash pricW.'pald for Hides SVlns, Furs .LA.NthToa I IceP4ATY4cry
the ;
by : .
mere report upon passage r. ]t41Ut
Voluntary act of an imperious and I Now, suppose each,spar lo be worth Wax :. : r rz., : 1ISaWrJ S -"I ., .' BaYS ;' Mill and Wbar II
Block. t.opposite our TH'RS5IAT5Te .
overbearing legislature, In the wanton Nassau, Inlet : $100,;(and they.range from $100 ,to -'.:'. ; t'C. ORANGE GROVES, COLONIES,I .WJU SFER4'ANDWA t

exercise of arbitrary power, or was It JACKSONVILLE/. '12''; 1874. $ ',)an4 the annual.contribution i to .BoarKsof- at Law and, U.S.Comm'r.. ,t\,w..Notary wurrtzy'AU'y Public.r ; / .. FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS, S '"A. ONY1LLE.FLA.... ., :.. .,. faA JACKSONVILLE every,FJaDAYjaorai g.t jsuillbe I

only reluctantly enacted after the.harsh 4! S. Littleficld, President Jacksonville commence alone, through thisch annel! L. ROBINSON &,.CO.:, S .VILLA SITES, TOWN. T. A. Wusc: A***', w"Alw*rncIt: tide, same, ZtJ4 j
And Pensacola and Mobile Rail- would'be worth S .' :" :'L- LOTS IndScHARLESTON in tiua*toS !
discriminating / -
legislation of the i $11,520,000. 'S' S a.4nsS'
fioo&crn "H wvCr fanciful "and incredible RJiAL ESTATE'AND INSURANCE BROKERS "' '-'S S S S BANK. I IS !
.tate under the JphnsonUn road Company: .. GRANT. SAVINGS CONNECT WITH 'NEW 'VORK.\'r .
Arrangement' SIRS-In presenting my report,.! such calculations! i3.t'se 'they incontrovertibly A *The'Manhattan'Life'Insurance Company of STEAMERS-. : *,"
had n '
conclusively shown ,. Jiew York. ', .. "
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would observe establish the 'fact ; x. MOORE,AGMTT. THE FREEDMAN-S SAVINGS TRUST 5' S '.'! '11 .J J I IS
&tjbe safety and of millions prior to. makingan one. A.uets 19PW,462.2J. Undivided surplus i,666,6a6-95. : : .tJ : .
prosperity .
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instrumental examination that whenever the of this 7J&-1"2J S S S 5
to, meet object survey -
*H toe free .
citizens of jAck5oIU.Z1aAJICM.IosIts .. fMt1ldS.
our common country &CO..QIarIcnIII?4 !W
the .requirements of your letter infor- .is accomplished, and Jacksonvillemade : '' : ,: SS
could (
in N. :
no other way be saved irom j, FOR S of emotmt received from Individuals 'BR..A NARD & JiO rSONl
mation derived from personal observation accessible to sea-going vessels of ON LAKE 'MONROE. any ,. "" '
destrectiqn? Irso. then in enteringlnto I t0 business firm and toci/Dei, which mtearestwill'be nu' O .iJH oiAt. I'
and from burthen i on -
a*w parties whose knowledge heavy it becomes 9.nce.oDe PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON S .. ,- .- :: "_ .,
combination, you have given tb of facts affecting the subject- of the first luinberports in the world. ; ', ', S 'S : "'S ''. : S S : ; S J9.J *, SS
dearest possible of ; -n .FU.Omcx .- Uw Stramhoat'J xflm a I D-tinsyb. scot,by express,Ia current Lands S .R.J.4I.vA3is.S7.II.tk2i.j &s
demonstration the matter to considered, was deemed But the resources of a future com. Two. new.. Cottage. *near ,
Uom Vioai 8 tin Ida > "
u'm.aach '
wewsity of!ai sufficient direct mer this l p.m. < or by mail,in posbJ_money ocders and bank dzafi* ;1TICXIT AOV1W-
legislation and the stupid more particularly through channel are,.by,no Ovncx AMD fUowENC*-.Corner Ocean and Uonio SANFORD. THROUGH ., .
its! and grossness ol the ,blunder you j my attention to the suggested route means limited lumber and timber fttrcett* '-- 6-r-&a'. t& S '. The Bank ia.opea daily from 9 A.x..to.s..M.;.also, S ; 'L'liG GITE1'f. '- S-*iI. If ,
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bye committed politically. byway of the Nassau Bar. alone; the )1ands:referred 'to are jnood. IndixBaK.HOME'UOT cf twenty acres,'a detvabtwp. Saturday, .evening. .' *,.for-deposits- '. ,. oly.' 6aa, 6toi S .
1krnocrat in & MARKENS, ; '.., ...... oc1o&S I _
,My labors in that direction deter. part excellent character 'and c .
acceptance the situation. BAER TO RENT s'U
of : & hoosej'wi* Iar ,diiiIngK leUched w.SWAI1IMJ' '
In \ .. ary -isyiw WANTED .
16G1,you were rather pleased.with mine not only its feasibility; butafter from intrinsic value, -and their convenience + RO .. ,''.S 'ff't ,' S
lha full value the to inexhaustible of s Ric1y .WHOLESALE ,,. Soluble for* Boardiog-fcoiae. :
aitaatiou and had a ratherish:sort of giving jo proposed, or sources ,.-- '. .-, A N. DOBBINS,' '. A CONVENIENT I
supposible improvements ,of .the ..St natural manure under the remarkable ,S L. PWELL1NGis 1
iking for dark- kInne i JACKSONVILLE FLA- i Apply to H. DrfORSSTr 1. : -
Jo.u- 'Were men t'in Johnsi3ar, gives better assurance of climate af this ction,ftake rank with i ; V S ; S i->iSnlbrf.ria. -GUNSMITH.LOCKSMITH, ,. IN S A FIRST CLASS OCNTRAf IcATTOf.
ready to trample on the refODatmctloD more readily accomplishing the ..ex the.best: known.agricultural lands, being ,49-3?Good* Ii 'S prices.TSTORTON i :.7--' .7i. 1m.' 5'.stf I I roR.AsJw.kFAMu.y41FERMANZNT

ITeu la laws and wipe them out, pressed object of your letter, involving specially adapted to.the best pay .AND., : GENERAL, ., JOBBER. ?, :' AND. CAKEFCLiTENANTlVMf. 4
Wood) j if necessary with the the least .outlay of 'capital, has log crops iha|.are taised.'C &ymour Corner Bay aad Hogaa Streets S S .wLoyJju SAYINGS BANK,.
and Blair LOON, 5S SS < .. 741f ., .l
spongp; .in 1872, induced "to"present it as the proper, All, these lands ,are. valuaSle./pr the "
Gnt1t1 REAL1 ESTATE DEAI EtS, comer Ocean mad Bay -Howr* BLocS,' FLORIDA.
friendship for the_negro com- plan for adoption. production'. cotton, suar-carue, tobacco streets Jacksonville Florida i ,- FRANK GREGORY. '. JACKSONVILLE. COAN -' Ii I

lnended him to your nomination and The object of thjs'survey j is to.make' c rice, peaches, .oranges and Life Money and I Fire Jnsuracce-ca.Real Agents Estate and:ecurity dealer ia-Cenerd PineLands -. Proprietor, -o-- WL.T i. fts. .:* ::1f'\U' ;

Iou *ere the only friends the colored Jacksonville practically a seaport, acV grapes. Indeed,Ihe.w6riderfule0ectsofthe'.l.ocation Plantations&c. SpnBgWd suburb a specialty. S .PRIC.:. SEWING *JAl INES'"CLEANED AND JUSTICE OF'THE' PEACE; ; .
Laeer Beer Tickett fee t' .. ,
nee Correspondenc*;solicited.. /jagswtfJ Twete 5- S REPAIRED ; S I 4 3.i5 i't'
could claim; now, in 1874 you are, cessible to sea-going vessels, drawing !. and'i* eninsularvcharactcr : S cuppcsnongCoclcr'-__-! : c -. w d. ., ..unt' .. ,' ', ,..1, ''_....

tore ttcalihily than in Alabama but sixteen feet.of water. of'Florida 'opon The 4imateis B. DREW UTO Juice Punch. -.,' ....-... *5- N.O'.TARiY .'. ;B.U> -BL.1( *.1" *
Zlont the less The survey ,shows that the 'route iuchSs'to give''to'' even comparatively Cr ,; ,. Ice Cream'Punrtl"_ _::,- ..** *' ORDERS.. FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY S S ':6esc."SOLnYi'SBt. S SS
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surely hatching out a raceontuation t ATTENDED TO. i.. .
therein is the o.t t1ds -5- ( '. .. .. .
contemplated : only one p a creative agricultural ca. .1BkP4'S: ij'' : ? '
fr7.nhise intended practically to dis- that gives promise of permanence; pacity"that, to a stranger, seems'absolutely S S ATTORNEY: COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW AND. Rom Punch -_-_--5--___ _- ., 55.Br.lIdlPIwk S. < .,' -- [; S .... Bli. pi" 'ta1,.

every .colored citizen in the I... : 5F t F SATISFACTION, .GUARANTEED '.' '..,' .. jJ'
State. that it entirely! practicable,and that incredible. *. ) '. '. .' ."..S. S : : rt&.i .
Inwicjf iWdiam BaA Whisky Pin-; __ ______-_ .. I .
ictiig positions these decidedly con- it can be affected at.a cost of less,than. Th ;'pacitr..of,Elorida'in.this direction Office adroi i in the yAStiw new .Ja k* r'aUj.IU.BriUBag.caraciPi ,. Caret P"-f-V: I .$ .S 55 'SliofbI&loc1i'S: p-1-*1q E ioUs ': ;.$ I

te Qd ln are yon .the most unwhich $200,000. "i' ,,' .< .i is.F i- J1 described fa the .J I stannualreport 'I.'"..MTr" **" !, ; '.'-S.S -" '" t..C.-. II."' '*J ; 'AbsinfhB_._., -------5--. M- -sPZJUK :" .( : .jSS ." r 5 '5 5 :, '. VW ,

zn&in are you likely to re-, : What may be'considered,tie actual of ihe.Commissioner i of .- . ; ,." '-11.. .J '_ -'-. S PRINKS a j CENTS r i' FoR, S ALEi:, -.. S "" It J. .at
after thecwq4a2 election/ cpmnjercial} necessity "f>i "such improvement -!' Immigration,,in fin {Mowing words: T M..irj. Imported, Plager"" 'y Ale;,B r '<'Ale DukUa' 67Swnm StOl1l'odiak.&c f I A Htmac MAl Lot beantihilty located tm theCJty :: t S'1 4 .

Control. AfterxecoiistrucMd ,- arid what the present'nd .,'&t.is hardly possible, for k man"from J.. : -S .,: ..- '. ef The koosebi' 'large,well finished aadjnedjip I CentraDy located aad fint&M i*ail'it.tp o _
Md tended demarTd for'such' channel the Western ATTORNEYSiAT-LAW. MCLAUGHLIN;. Jacksonville... '. ..' -5- '. .1 ,.
almost entire w.nes- prospective a Northern or States, or : : .. ," : .' SS
as tn 5- 1.OhC' with UIOdeZXIILprOCmcW. uIn.r or.-
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1 and be dominant considerations from Canada to believe that it ispracicable1n -
yon were forgiven may cr.E&aI1 AGENT.ABsorttof ,' .- < .* %" P ,' S
your : 'j," REAL.ESTATE, ..' ft t : ,; ".: Lf
great J1n of avert bearing upon this discussion. any one, l locality with- : 37tf :. ": CLOAK.Jacksoovflk.FU.I.lMARR TRANsIENT OOARD.'J ,
treason ,
to the : J .i-6t
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tfourtonxmon Jacksonville is theactual: and natural out: :ibe varied 'temperaiur that is P. S. ..', wtt
Uthers, were Jl-.uEu.iL S Real Etta bout and'sold 'Mooeyii: : r '. -' iueoucrriOR :h...pDt'1)1 yr t-IO n "rl
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"og irdially Inrltc4 ytaie : headquterso(1heSt. Johns and given In the immediate "Ticinity of 1A.a. T paid/Tities c..'-... .;, '" .1' .4 .A'.I. ,: *n>3te flt'rr;:>i n. UK K f'***!! .11' .

1e111>1t' citizens an ,JU with'jour its-tributary Jakes- and streams and. elevated' rnountainsj'to; -cultivate' successfully 'A WEIA1ItBNS.:; .}, : ;:'. .mint.. 1iiinS'n E5Tu1otrt0.wun" J.. ; S S .. .... 'of "PA TDfis.1 ;Very*_Ci_o_aM,... arnuigeAB. ( ad. .'.wUhjferman., ..J '' S I Isidcit.l

prh-ileei .eanalrixare_.in the :depository ofthe products of thtir within the same':Closure l ,S..J"JIW ".c'nqH, ,tcUJacki.tin Nev Ymk F.z-Go-A. &'.a. dllate h. S 'kJ19 N.w..W':;.u.c.r j ; :.j .' ;t. eft,9Is1dsa itS

t.nd''b of a common lands. This including the.oals and:wheat-ofu CtDada t' .lO'J' Y.P.t1JUC J'Ot Dqx4L CQ1TN'1'' Lewis H. kedner. PbliadsfpdaW.. Scebad 10-- rni. ; I ISpay. t 1l St (1QN S
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ou refuse to"accept that of Black Creek, the: ihe peach. quince and sweet potatoes ', ;'' l' ;'' -, "j-' ': H !7TBcker,Boston. ,Mw.S Wl Salsfoemadu* ., ,.. .-r--fl' 'qac1tioyiius. .i.3;,'..!t SS

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l THES NEW SOUTH); and Texas, its naliED and dangerous, i temper and I'aisf inclination..Is. ."apparent* in "And':Wny..Walls ?" sophie mind and his luminous and of i( -- one'rejoices in his music. ;the. other. hi General- News. -

IlL. '_.. ; influencehas- not 'yet-disturbed the this State, though'less ft said 'but it We asked question before theConvention l mar expression of thought. We quote hb'oofT onVfloats i inc air, the

".j.'(.IO.MO$ A4WLMS.ft.u."na... }, ADAMS.CARRCTU t CO. pac society, and in moderation Florida. Good have sense for: and the tendency, is by the same mean, thi.the query i still in further from a late number of Ihe Union oter burws in his hole. To your TUB TTOY- O'JTOX C SIRC.

L & the most jcharacterixed the t accomplish' precisely the same end.. order Why Walls p-Union. which contains Mr. Spncr's1&est contribution boles O Volusians or gird up the latent September 12.-Monlton i out

both racs par, and as A result the actonof And when it I considered that.the government -' The conclusive answer to the aboveis we beleve, trugh te papers portion of your lumbar regions for the another I statement i charging 1iU

-- -]. S ADAMS. EDITOR.CORRESPONDENTS liust relations Late grown up between of this State has been In tho because Mr. Walls is the almost of his original ideas a well as hb contest for Walls the ebonized incrustatipn first, with confessing; second,Be6\

.., : ''1'.,) AND OTHERS.- co-operated white and black in promoting, as they hare each heaLthy other's control of a 'Republican party-more unanimous choice.of the regular Republican valedictory to the Republicans of Volu of the "equality theory of legiti fessing in the presence another_ ; third CD,

it h. u/Local Interest are.oidtedfroa all pcWofih success and the great industrial interests than nine-tenths .of which is composed Convention. of the, voter of the sia county a the chairman of their macy" i is snorting for a' Volusian, and he prodnces letters between Bthe

Su.a.180.nIt.peciaUy, ootmmtinicatioos educational subjects social: and of!tadsutnalupics. reneral of the country.. of eor men, and that never before Jstet. assembled' in district conven executive committee.We the incarnadined gonfalon of "equality, and Mrs. Tilton after the CD

4 3MI I. "<>fcnrfas. the Corraputidents fern and draunstaoces should; soak wiU their permit.letters as Inasmuch as this last.paragraph exactly ( the beginning of its history has on pursuant to .a public l call issued by infer from the tenor of the ad- skepticism, expediency and bare human resio ; fourth,he charges Beecher with

\: I t- We arc...renpomiblc. Rejected for opinions expressed bjr ourcumtpoAduts. portrays jlie condition.! of the State this State been nearly as peaceable and the proper p ri committees for the dress that Mr.Spencer and his secretaryare consent, "rushes, rd on my. sight. confessingadnlterywithanotherwonuaj

f. :. !,; I be returned preserved. Aaonjrroous soanucripu contributions can neither at the close of the Ree administrton. law-biding, and never for ,so long a purpose of making such nomination. not pleased with the action of the dis- ''Selah R eiDg jBWsaj$:
: } UDotlDodced. which,. the first State government of time have the white people of the State Under popular' institution, there .is convention which nominated Mr. I We know the particulars of this
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Base Ball the City Authorities.
f!: '" REPUBLICAN NO INATIONS. ..-;, reconstructed Fbi ida of course \,&suflered little from recklessness. only one practicalguide for political and oo< pleased for the ,reason fl. atrocious calumny, without charge a shadow t b

of'eonc--D.uict.; ; compelled t bear Iho frt,brunt..of the r and disobedience of lawless and ungovernable action, that action1 is, and from the nature that Mr. Walls is a colored man and a Editor New South :-I am one among justification, and at the proper day th o

j'l f II for Mtibbcr JOIAH T, WAllLS.Par I then existing bitterness and hari fc ling. white men of bad character as of the case"must be, controlled absolutely federal office-holder. Our philosophic the number who never interfer or in truth,will bo established byindispauw!.

: during these last six the absurdity will of the r : other words, I m'eddle with the baseball evidence." The tribune
: .t we arc glad therein to perceive an actual years .by the majority.The Spencer says dnouD
t .: )Li>>her c/Coosre' **,ist District if an involuntary, tribute) to the ,of the position is too strong for description. personal preferences t individualsmust "As to ourselves," (Spencer and his clubs, nor with the authorities ol Monlton i big terms in, and tbe severestand that m *

I Hr WILLIAM t J.i PURMAN.., frt and. of necessity.the most difficult It is not n sense of danger, give way to the combined purposes Secretar we shall support,'hear and this city; but, a tho adage goes, 'lime will damn Moulton says th doment.

;:r.i. ",r'. Republican State Central Committee for administration of the State under the but the old disposition t personal domination of the'greater number. This is the one Co'ngress 8(> most whose competent character and for- changes things," so I am changed, and elation of banes dcepr treebe any rev
I tat h
'I Florida. reconstruction legislation of Congress. by which tbo Democracy are animated invariable rule luau c co-operativo associated stand pledged to fundamental human am compelled to meddle. I simply been made by aa en ,

', \,"".". :;I':k. \ W... H.GUUSOK 1> iaa. Chairman. D. EACAN.Secretary But the statements of the Conservative ; tho same that lurked in the efr whether it be of social, duties as the true source ot fundamental wish to ask the authorities of,this city I is such from documents a might.ei-

r( "" Districts. and l of b human rights, to American nationality one question, which is this: Did you st pct a man who allows his friend
'J -. t. Hiram Potter. '". H. S. Harmon organs of the pap-branch of the Republican g slaion sines"- religious plticl nature, merchandise of his wife',
lie. .. j.W.3uLIer1$4 S.1'. Dar. the State in 1865 and 6 the ,and t National repudiation of yonr last meeting, or 'at any previous !- hou,1,
; other and act
no broker
:." I It J. W.J. Purma. 15. H. Braun ) party are entirely correct, as descriptive tt rle car any possibility the equality theory of ligitimacy" as a in th transacti6ru
Smith iJawKMt.t. 16. W. spoke out plainly the Seymour and meeting:say from the time you It brutal cruel
4. J. Howell of the condition of the State,.say l be put into operation. Political princUpiesper Now think i. cowardly and fofr.mow. .
t '. W. H. Daniels. J. D.D.TannehiU: ; we Spencer, to say nothingof elected office The'Jwnw World
k ,- "I 4. M.LStesrns. (*. FeterJones. six months ago before the official or- Blair platform 18C8; the same that se, are abstract at first,like religious the wero to -appropriate any andSsn consider
,. Rupen Charles.I. W, H. : secretary, had got the different that the statement not
19. LcCaIn. disclosed itself in the of*72 grounds for base ball playing ha
$-\ *f Samuel Walker. po. G. J. Alden. gans, by their declared and bitter opposition campaign i ideas or philosophic opinions; where c fcr Congress (n this district I you ally changed the case. mter.
-1 ,15p f. Robert Meacham 'i. W. H.Gleason the and exhibited itself in acts of violence associations like churchesor udidatesr did so, was it Bay street the main business
y 10. Dennis Eacao.u. ttr J T. Maebee, t regular nominees; had are on.the hip." We have had incumbents New Orleans. Sept. 12.-It is
Is: 1 and bloodshed in other. of the .orme street of the city, or was it-in the
r.W.Drnck. -- stirred strife parts the reprt
and these
tj. divisions in
4 i a. W... D Scars *.. E. L Vs sit. up the political. P: ,. out of high official position in this State wh&could I on streets that at the &e
I Republican which i South. whether i suburbs of tho eKy? 'The reason I am White on Thursday
: 4- party doubly injured principles- making action fill a of the bill that is the League nigbe..vo.'
.- : .D't.'JlUUII' G53MONALIXIVTWI, CeMMITTU.CSUOMD it; first directly by the schisms and divisions While the hostility of many of tha religious or political i t acor.wih'lnd fundamental part requirements'!, 'Governor I compel d, a I ''stated before, to meddle unteers \ero asked to tome ad

"1;<: As convenience IMSTIUCr which were created and second most eminent Southern statesmen of our practically enforce these principles then is because no later than last Saftar- rescue the'ris brought by the City of
U a matter to those wUtung to cor. Stearns General! Van Valkenberg, and Dallas. twenty responded.
V nspond with any membeiorthc Ivepublican Executive indirectly by' inducing the Democracyto first half century t American slavery the abstract becomes, 'practical,' and the others nowin office could do -it; but day afternoon there a a1 great deal oCpiaing There is a rumor that other

::} ; Committee of'thi& District we append the list it that hope, that by' raising the cry of a was fully and widely known, as well as uniting bond of those who claim belong with tha ball on Bay street, of arms are on the way and sbpmnt shorty
-L -committee,with office addresses t what could they or what General
'f i, ,ij; 't Hon. I. R.Scorr poet Chairman Jacksonville.: "white man's party," they could bring their anxious apprehensions of the evilsto to the church or thl party, i is a.well! Mr. say Hull much to the annoyance of pedestrians arrive. The police claim to know the

... I L,":, Hon. A. ,. KKICHT Treasurer JacknonviUe. their own party together a a unit, and spring out of it in the future, many known agreement fully acknowleded Finley or Anno Mr. or any and which is nothing more nor less amount and the names of the vessels
Pinup WALTER. Secretary Jacksonville. other Conservative candidate to "the bringing and threaten to
,l. j,. Hon. E.G. tohnson. Lake City. coax to its assistance some of the sore- circumstances, and notably the increasing by public claim. and participation in say than a nuisance. A lady, while out seizure th tem. they arrive. mae a
v ) ', National of the the-
'Hon. H.S. Harmon( repudiation equality
$ 1 .'t Gainesville beaded bolters from the lucrativcness of the products of slave : shopping. was struck in the side,, aOl a
t. I .J -Hoo E. R. Chadwick. Palatka. formal regular the public .acts. i of. the church or the orv, None of. them can London/ September 12.-The Japanese -*
t Hon. Birch Gibson Ocala. action of the Republican party. labor caused a decided''change of sentiment to others" in the ofeitimae1 -- --- ---- -- gentleman came near having his nose Ambassador. Pekin has
: : .;. Hun. Dennis Eagaa Madison. party,. nte} w.it practical subseribo such a' principle, even armed
,'.f '1>. M. Papy St. Augustine. '"- I Under these circumstances, it must be in the minds of their descendants, enforcement of tbe principles avowedby t to pick up from the force of one of these here. .He pyesQbmi the For
am1 Petty Fernandina. though they one and all
<: I ;..j 1 John A.)JcIJOD" d.lId1nrille. I\.dmiuo that, for a few weeks, the till attachment to slaver for itself and the selection of representative men to may silently acquiesce balls. Now, Mr Editor, if Bay street mos t the
: .j _. in its justness. President of the United States'
outlook has been for its results became the leading and has bectme base ground, instead of
I political[ these out in their
; gloomy principles polit"ical Lll
I : Appointments. ant carry Brigham Young and his followers are Three'thousand troops will reave Ca
I.<. I"'.,' 'Hon.J. T 'P".. Republican nominee for Congressin rapidly thickening but the List advices actuating motive of Southern* politicians, action, such .eJection. as a matterof the only open advocates of the National the main business street of a prosperous diz for Cuba about the end of the present

.t.l" : the Second: Congressional District assisted by other are showing a much better and more Since reconstruction the Democracy necessity, to be made' by majority repudiation of legitimacy of kind city then it is. time, that our city fathers month and 5,0 more in October,

., distinguished.pca1......wDl address the people at thefollowing hopeful condition.In find it expedient to assume the role of vote. While claims be any ,, should look into the- matter, ,and if it
a man member
: ," t 8 and they make, kind compromise of ABANDONING EIGHT IXOtTrf ,
times and
places: TIE
,t / the in the first special and exclusive friendship for the ha not been appropriated for such RUE
campaign district the be is in all
of church or', I
Fentandina, Sept... 19tb. Live OA. October $th it when they acknowledge only one wife The Evening Post that
;1 -i Starke, aid Japer, ". i yth Purman the regular Republican candi- colored men, and often make, mentionof honor and decency hound to sustain'the purpose, an ordinance should at once iys owing wthe
the times
', Archer.l Madison.l and call the rest of their females"scaled" presuro ot the
4ih loth ,
: .,'j. .. date has been the warmth and sincerity of their attachment be adopted prohibiting such play, and mls
t G.ieesviflc >6ihOcala. Green: Cove jth constantly gaining ground cle.ction of representative men made by bricklayers, bod carriers and helpers in.
.j I I ..I.v! SaDd..Ot"-. "- 9th St. Augustine. .". 17thJacksocvill. 151(1Palatka. ( until the State Republican administrationlias I and this oft 'repeated allegation his,church or' party in accordance with companions.believe Spenctr'and in snch the secretary such ordinance should be enforced and Jersey City, Bergen. Hudson City and
: :'1: LaLc of natural and friendliness really repudiation loboken[ during the week
Ci'1. 3d ; 4th become convinced that its bitter aggravated the nuisance abated. OBSERVER. past hare
opposition the rule the will of the '
;t!. -- -- -- throws only practicable we would like to knowwho their .mu- been abandoning the tight hour rule
doubts the
,. .... General Election. to the solemn action of the two strong upon majority- fairly ascertained; or else i in tual friends are. and toay'it is announced that all

,:' I; The Secretary of State baa issued a Conventions was exposing it to the hostility present cxravagant fear of"negro arrogance an open and l manly way to leave the party The'profuund Spencer closes his affecting State News.. working ten hours a day without asking1&
and which is made
of majority of its own party, oppression" Is the Union :in increase of wages. Builders '
a a Republican or
paper say
proclamation for Ihe election address with *
\ general while it gained no strength from the I an excuse fur a race contest., While it th following t'at: The following civil: appointments this will .result in a very decided. improvement .
1 not? Docs it intend to sustain the *
:" which will take place on the 3d day of2ioniuber representative Each for and all for each with ia their business.
1,1 convenient and made last week
was expedient to enact were :
.: ;- .' next. Two Members of Democrats. through clumsy and trans men selected by tho party to the right man flic right place" '
.- parent efforts to attain Senatorial the part of special friend the more give .effect to the principles Ibis sentiment refers lhua-W.U.Delton to be trusteeof FEnR.8TORT.
r Congress twelve! Senators, filty members practical we presume The
vice J.B. that to
I oi the Democrats denied }, story came us
V, : :. of the Assembly, beside Constables I strength by a course, of political man- politic vigorously avowed by the party? These are questions exclusively to the time when the Nation Drown resi ned. says the New York Zfcraftf, yesteray.

.. '.are to be elected. oeuvefing that belonged to-neither the that the war. glC'W out fn inherent that any'ordinary measure, of fair- shall have repudiated 'the equality Dtn'al-1dwlrd Seymour to be com that yellow fever hnd l made i te p'td

fish, flesh or good red herring or- attachment to IlaverJ.and strictly ness and manliness requires the Union, theory of legitimacy," lut we think the pilotage, vice Peter Jo-ies, ance m the Gulf and the appr-

a- The South Injured by the "Race Ques- der, and that under existing circumstances maintained that the lon was inaugurated to answer. academic.Spencer a striking instance of term expired. seems to hiye been a coarse and crud
i tion/* in maintenance simply of StateRights' Le1'-Danid Stroble to be justice! of cottun-j<>t>bing canard, started at this
with the
I probability No one is surprised at' the attiude of theright man in the right place. He the peace. time to affect the price of cotton.

From every quarter constantly increasIng Legislature unless the party could be and was' a pure and noble con- the editor i of the Union, for he has gratuitously lives in view:of the vast Atlantic:, in Vo St.Johr; J. B.Slickney t be notary i!no sign of the epidemic Ter,

.; evidence is received<< that tho agitation re-united, only avery awk'ard.and. not test for national independence. They, and very i ingenuously informed lusia county.'where he can'wnlk dailyon public at large.- there is no fear.of its appearance at this

I. of a race combination and the idle I over safe position' be left to the the politic Democrats, said as did Hon. that Ms COL season of the year.
', ". us previous reputation. as a the beach and communewith the LOX Tt.The
J talk about the necessity a white! man1*I Acting Executive .And his ad-interim Ben. Hill in a speech delivered. in Georgia chronic' and habitual bolter is well sad sea waves/'off Mosquito Inlet.It City Hotel at Tallahassee, recently IKN .CARLOS OK CCBA.

,,: }. party whatever may be its effect politi. advisers who might need Senatorial some months since: founded, and .admits that whenever he has been suggested that the purchased by Mr. Porter, has I (I sincerity be pre-snpposed, the fut
: cally, is eperaling disastrously to the assistance. There was' not a day of the struggle had n personal miff, even about a pecuniary should give the philosopher the been sold by him to W.P.Slnsser,Eq., IQwi gc.tract from the Herald correspondence ,

:: r' ;\ v'_ material interest of tbe South. And now Accordingly rumor ba it that the have when surrendered the Southern slavery people to would secure not in balance with the nominees of the position light-house keeper, or a lifesaving of that place. The work of renovating and 1 sufficiently attests the sngac-

at least anxious inquiries are being received Acting Governor has made successful belonged improving the hotel is already going of Don Carlos:
dependence. party: to which ho he always station, but this 'suggestion has on. hj
: as to the actual condition of Florida overtures of to Furman in The of the have bad anptnrr conversation with
peaco Major But, commenting upon this speech bolted the ticket. So long continued always been met by the allegation that re-assembling Cong "
t!" Don C
"I ; and whether life and property here I that he, who by the official organs has the Savannah. News, a Democratic pa- habit, in time, takes too."strong a hoJdtoJe. whereever he goes .n.i. i impenetrable fog sional Convention took place to make rJos. during the following which he authorizedme

,:. .'J', .can be assured -of afrty. The lullow4ng been styled a ''boltcr''and n"politicalmountebank" per of certainly 1)-' the highest authorityupon ,easily sliakln off. All the owners envelopes'and follows him, and were he State Comptroller G. A. Cowgill is altje I his 'plans with regard to stattment: of,

'1 addressed to ex-Mayor Greeley is a is to be recognized as the"regular this point, vindicated the truth of of the Union' arc professed(Republicans, stationed: permanently jit would require north. Amnesty.nn,l pardon to all therebeis.

1 fair sample many letters received: Rtpuh1'an nominee" Mea- history as follows: one J 3 the Acting Republican Governor, all the bell-buoys and :fog-horns on_the PUTNAM COL TT. Second. The complete abolition ot

.. : To SIR Hox.: Tbe'papers J. C. GREELEY abound: ? with. shocking cham to ,thc. contrary notwithstanding., Surely Mr. Hill! could not have calculated one i is the Republican State printer,and coast besides those in store by the De. The corn crop of this county u largo ir i accord slavery within the great five boon years.of Third, He

4 We bear,this and the full and .effect of his this season and the farmers are seI-go\em
are glad we weight
accounts ot the murder of negroes L the other is county Superintendent of partment render the waters within bus ment. A gislative body,freely Iee
t.. of the "war of races,", particularly iu: believe the report, for i has long been words; for the fact was just the opposite schools and Republican candidate of many le'agues of.his station navigablewith garnering it.So by th people, to meet at \
t the Gulf Stales: People that to this xcty. There never was a time from 'neat and thrifty does Mr. II. L. govern the island.The relations
are beginning: apparent complexion things at Su rater tho last one'atAppmatox' his own selection fur the Senate from safety. As for the life-saying station L
; Uo be alarmed! : and unless u frt gun t Hart his the Palatka, ween Cuba and the mother
something keep country
l grove
must later. orange
como sooner or this
k when All theso of it has been further
the Southern'people rounty.: are paid objected that the be
.done, and that speedily. to allay these Herald have Brussels something rese'mblug.those! betweenCanada
> Whether common sense has thus resumed to give up slavery. It was ficers of the State Republican .' think'he'wi soon a
K a, fears there will be very few Northern or county by philosopher's .repugnance t the chat- and He demands
I; .P orl.- on the St. Johns river this win-: itl'8w8)i season to save the a singular a deeply' mortifying' : fact, but election or: appointment. ecbism of equality would prevent his carpet for it. nothing but allegiance and fealty to

.1. .tI(. I do not know what can be done, district Legislature from.Democratic nevertheless, a fact a stubborn one and The the official from Prof. A. J. Wood will soon take I .
j '. I well known to 'all win of observation, wneuc2zitoI printing rescuing a water grave any mariner
or whether,anything can be, but you are, control is I matter hope, rather that the Southern planter would give through .ti'inrm Secretary entirely not of the Ameri nationality and take charge of the public schools.i Columbia, S".C. September 13.-ThaRepublican

.' on the spot well acquainted: with the r than expectation. But, as we have before son after eon to the public that ,ST.JOHNS COUNTY. Cnventon'. nominated D.U. .
cause subservient
; people a witness of stand ; t.the owners of the Union, not in favor of the National repudiation .
many years ho would cheerfully devote his brothers Mrs. Ramon Canova and Wil- CbrberJan It. I.
remarked the of Hen .
i rcponsibility Harry
ing and able to form an intelligent and andjhus, from the legitimate resources of the of legitimacy."
)If and all of his male relatives to the service equaHtytheoI bor Cass of St. dead. Geaer. present incnmbnt. for
J. derson's
it Augustine arc
valuable opinion. What do think; election occurs, will easily the G. .
,- I you' ; that he would submit to have his of.thtt party paper .derives its main We cose article with a synopsis Lientcn2Dtovernorp Elot.as
.fthe and of r Col. President of the St.
present prospective state be placed. Sprague .
I cor cribs and. smoke support. Before tb'e Convention the of a speech of the Volusian Envoy to
: affairs? ,Can you have the citizens of houses.tespiedby Johns Sailroad favorable An independent Conventionvill
All the and gives a
a various :
are waiting i insatiable' very
Jacksonville and St. do cur Union labored for three months to poison the Volusians on his return irom the
Augustine any.tMngtoreassurethepeopleoftlicNorth which would give his bank account withouta of the of the road and I be called, a many of the delegatesare
"': ous steps by the official organs of up the public mind against Walls; then District Convention. It bears the impress report cndition and other nominations

; a.nd prevent a disasLrous revulsion of i tho party will castoff Conservative hotses murmur hitched, and, seo caisson hid wife's without carriage finding nomination' probable, it"contested of Spencer's profound and original predicts that the improvements will be will b disatifed.mde.Wahingon.

,.. ,, thAI tide which had begun: to set so favorably and, rehabilitated, rally to t a a ,the 'convention mind dictated' completed, ant[ready for active opertons ,
t gLrment tear; that any sacrifices he would validity of tho and was evidently by him: September 113 -The
t.r. 'I I leave and the so rapidly matter to towards discretion the South? the support of the regular Republican make fur his country save to give up thus striving to destroy the party organ -0 Volusiuns.! My unflinching by the 1st of December. Tho iron ended the investigation
your ticket. When will they take downMcachatu's his slaves. We do not, mean that there for for the new track is aU at Tocoi; new proper m.the safe burglary case,though
t'I I Imt please let us know what you think. ization, and eversince the nominationit were in vain The waves of the eea of they examine,additional

: .,,: Truly yours. name and cease to suggest rule wero not that honorable was a rule exceptions the to this has been filled with open ,and oblique equality.rendered more ''impure by\ ,the cars and engines. arc bought, and competent return may several more presentments witnesessnd
: great
.. among
., ,-.i, C. E. Stowe. "safe and Conservative" names for tae mass. No statesman dared to ask the attacks upon Republicans except its eilicated sediment from.the fundamental engineers" and other employees I They[ have been slow at their work and
)- ; Sartford Own., Aug.. 27, 1814. Democratic nominations P engaged. The new dock extending exceedingly On
ifd carefuL
': WitL as people to barter slavery for independence. owners has lent colamns continually cavities under the masses swept adjourning
In regard to this matter the testimony did the Monticello leap o"erto If Mr Hill knows as'much as he to conservative uses'and! used the resources over the Convention.aqueous.It was the five hundred feet 'into the.'river, i also yesterday they concluded t pent for
': ,: of Democratic papers will perhaps carry ditch incontinently and without should and as he make us believe deluge rapidly approaching completion and I ndictment! ,'according to
: a woul ,which professed Republicanism of a.. fundamental principle. fell larrington Assistant District :
: the most weight and we that ho dO.f.S. ho know that many The will tb the comfort and Attorney,
I copy.ThejOiuoo peep P or.will they affidavits of unbroken of the leading minds ot the Confederacy has sriven it. to defeat the will of the water-fiend of"legitimacy" rode on tho addgeaty se. and ex-Secretary of thp of Co

1 I the official organ here, faith? I considered our'cause hopeless for sometIme' party which it professes to belong. topmost'wave flourishing"catechismof crty trvc1er. umbia; A.B. .Williams,H. OAVhitely,

'j: : that subsists on Republican pap but opposes No matter, all Republicans are gladto before the catastrophe ;,if ''wo did Without t pluck openly to join the De equality r! His ole gcno s and ferruginous GAUSDEX CO Tr. ate Chief and J. C. N ttesbip. Assistant .
Republican nominations, in commenting not submit td the abolitionof of the Chief.or and
know of the result that is to be reached slavery. Twentj-fve.or thirtybales new Seric
till it ascertains some of its I I complexion was lit up with the Michael
Ho should know that Hayes and
these mocracy :
on this letter says: : sme'minds cotton have been .fold. .the a'cnspirtr.
,,. To US here this fear seems as idle and antI Cre little about the. .particular' _steps. were. assured that diplomacy embody many Conservative is.selected, i is constrained fire of diabolism; he wai ,the imperso market for 12 and 13.cents'i .Quincy. Williams alias Bliss, burlar.
I pound.
lI Aft uncalled for, so far as this State is ing this 'project, was almost certain to totalk_ about .Republican principles nation'' of the bnttum fulmen of the per CONDITION OF THE J'REEDMAN'3 SAVINGS!

-. .4 "concerned as an apprehension would On ,the other l hand, the i strong and! secure recognition if not active inter ,.while the pap laslr, but is deadly 'equality theory of legitimacy:1M Quincy is demanding a sAw-mi and I BANK..
be that we the of another public of nice combination fercncev from a world thafstooc arrayed a Can's some one satisfy Philadelphia September 9. A meeting
are on eve rebellion disapproval any against 'us.. It was to those opposed t Republican men. Into the midst of this_ convocation of brck-yard. -

among the whites. so fully expressed ablest in authority, that the matter bruited Under which does the Union the advocates and of ,the of the depositor he1d.i"the branch.
by flag
There is no cause for was pro disciples iligili-- of the FreedmanTs located
apprehensionof Democrats both in and out the State IJ}. A. L. Smith died at Quincy fast Din
II trouble between the white and colored among some f.the. generals of the pose to train;Republican., Conservativeor mae}" I hurled 0 Volosians 'your week. in this city was'held' last at the
': people fa.'this State. From what we will with the determined( ) position of tho I Western army and that it caD near ? emphatic protest against their theory of- Bethel Methodist 'Church.Mr.. Robert
1- learn ft is national administration disintegrating that body. It was opento lermaphrotit % ALACnUA COt. Curves of .
not possible for such a con- preserve t one .the ,(
1k fiict to ocean and it ''Is not within the Florida the proud position, won for her everybody that! oue of the latest and governmental right 'a'o wrong, which Crops gO. Much balm in store appointed to trreommisiouer/
of class of ablest debates'held l in the Confederate "This Catechism'r Equality." they had announced by nominating"a' for concern, in which he
power any men to precipitate .
... by a State administration that has been accordingly. .madta ddr
C Senateu at atfme! when 'the thunder fGrant's '
r "such, if any wereU.po.ed enter on tho If we can't have Dr. Westcott restored I colored man for Congress, I departe The-city marshal .ef.Gainesville. has saId that' wa cue by the
that shook the
maligned, found debateparticipated '
I always capital
work and for the best of guns of Tile
rCD.SD that to the journalism bfEastFloridawe shook from my feet the periwinkle dust operation a among
good and concord exists all its'Worst enemies in the'ranks of iw own in by Hunter andWgfU! been suspended from duty The fun other things, paid .enormous
/. wl among exhibited but too clearly the that C. II. Spencer, Esq., late I of St..Johns and nowstand before you tious of office devolve .aIre.
t tenacity at which
.* party, but which, i in the four years of its hop te present I cnsumed a large
I- The Sentinel also, after spending domination, caused Florida to become wit which in its death the South gasped the.negro. of the Republican executive to resign,int your:hands the trust you upon Mi' Wilson. nrofits., The Philadelphia' par h had a

I. committee Volusia l may be I reposed in.me a your envoy. Once. I MADI3OK 4 clean white heei,t but that 'in' NeW
much time ;
if and space first in persistently and to be acknowledged as the most orderly The great contest between the North 'count CODN.Mr. York
j and '. had enticed: from the groves of r more, men of conscience, to. the front I! and Mrs. Dennis had5beenextravagantly maage
I striving to, throw discredit upon, the the most law-abiding and one.J>f tbo South its origin afar back ACI Eagan rejoicein Mr. Pnrves .the.
over difftrence. of opinion as to that county an editorial chair in I The fundamental issue of American politics the .aur
government little
t daughter in the
previous ,
Republican administration and the most prosperous of the -pssession. I SUI: .be realized from,
io rnslctdSttl. -and its powers under the con Florida Certainly; since Dr. Westcott is .upon us. Do -you hold t the I which, :,of the 9th inst. large enough to all their
.teD endeavoring defeat the dec* If, a n,w eoctns probable ftitutionr It-culminated- on.te morin taDset mee
t '
: te '
the field writer has "catechism,of equality? has the arms *
,4 .101 of the regular Republican nominees State remains under thO control of the over the, Jcgro.? The Southern -people quitted no political I I weighed ten pounds; and 'a later re caims.

l-. .j 1 o truthfully says: Republican party: ,she may be considered L fought for slavery to the last, and there shown such'a clear jhsight into the principles of Briarius, the suckers Of a devU.fsh. ports of'the mother and:child ate favorable -'
Cngs r is evidence in the records of tho late of hfs .it put 'an 'arm into the pocket of L.KEENEI, -
no government 'w'il ., we increased in O .
:: 1 Republican .administrations in, a safe as any State at tho North or \ suppose has ,:
Florida have earnestly and energetical West. Confederate gCrernment. none we think political philosophy:'so Juminously] 'as I ever oIusi! and filch. .the pickingsof weight since that date. flAyskcxsi,1ioaThA.De2Jirhi : : .
'4.1 I that ca be extrh.d the memories Mr." In-the Jew ;contribu-II the wr that the God of storms : J. < .'i \ Jr'
worked for the attainment.of peace in( of its to in.the ha Spencer / ck The Madison paper, in reviewing .the Millinery.Fancy (3,
:- -4 .quietude aud a good understanding b Was the Lost Cause .Simply a Race' aeronofMr'Ui.ofcials brad u lions to the pltcl'literature of Florida has piled(' on tho Atlantic.sands, from conservative candidates for.jCongress,, Jnds. Kcepvconsiantlr on hand t D IC G Itles o

ii ,:tween W. are the to-day two in races advance, of all fact the ,, Contest." ;ThIs. l is. not the first t only 1n.t'oc I that cme .under- our"observa-" Mnsquito 1et to Cape Canaveral in the says some bndsome-thlngs.of,Col. W., HATS''AND. TRIMMINGS.. *
Southern States is other :To all who.have now for several years I In* h that capital.Democratic tion. Mr. Spencr'Ia evidently not only last twenty. er 0 1 VolusiansRyillput .i R.'Anno pf'this city.JACKSON ':. .1: ", J
largely Attributable to b paper Also Dress a uaortmeof(, .
Th I /U>6 prudent foresight and wle counsels known the comparative quiet and safety, done excellent a deep thinker and 'a luminous writer, suc&cf t the -inner .consciousness! COCNTT.Marianna *.' G.f,, I ,- .. "'
of le. en. Times that has ruled .1C Florida far Rpublcn.serrce but, ; of Volusian and absorb'tbe.Bourco l'. I ", LO -
Rpblc have not steadily But in view of all lhese"r1cts, d08, an orIginal; Npw who but an original every has a chicken that turns 'a : <
In the of the State of "fundamental duties which Very CHAP lso. MMftnent. :
'Inee reconstruction hl.tor .I greater measure than In any other Southern cry of'a white man's .party,1'; comefromuecessity thinker would have thought' of i is .the summersault every time it crows.R. .
little imprudence State,the 'the catechism of equality I true'source of fundamentakrlghits," and WHITEfOODS...
on the part Republican Atuituland unnecessary or inclination? t xprss II .. H. Denni. Frank McKell and I
leaden "ol hare plunged the State allegation of necessity or 'propriety. .- a theory 'of government 1 I. How simple I of"American nat&naltyt,and deal the George M ri are'the republican nominees HavidvaiielotofHATS _

,- into a.wa racesi' but sound discretion ., ot pry action confined exclusively to New, York,. September l .- Suit has and yet how comprehensive I A catechism final blow to national/repudiation of the for-the.Assembly. S : ,L LINENS. "''GREADI E. RL-C

on the part of State officer* and the seems'to be a patent absurdity been commenced in the United States i a form of instruction by'means I equality theory of-Hgfttmacy; D. Harold l is 'man'reported AND JAPANESE CHALLlES -
wi ? :
counsel and
e xnoderatlunopatrotic: ,as : asa blunder Court by the United States against Jas. of and,.answers;, and we all I with'! laws,. :and 'government .te.at t -
citizens, enabled tbe people to tide uver' ",1 lHtcl *. WatHon,Webb",for 'Uie iutri of 'moneysalleged questions 'Lb ba shot in this county: w'b I a c *. plk.67 -
the stormiest period and they are'to-day It is positively\ and specifically .declared to have been paid to him by tbOBrazilian know what .equlUy" means; so we I without oppression hateful .anti .- -

enjoying Jjjo. blessings,. pf. peace and in Georgia Lutiansi and Ala government,* 'While he was see at once what Mr. Spencer intend I thesis!. Behold the ensanguined' 'dexter -It has been suggested tj that a I ,A. BUESJNG( .

I :)Napr. -t bama d South Carolna tho hiS United States Minister'herll reparation .when he speaks of. the ol[ digits of 'civil war flaming above. the p to exterminate gd wd .
grasshoppers '
ctehsm' way calls the c&fcen
:;t : of lespectfcny mention $ .
I profound t ratification lent arrogance mu overbearing reck* for illegal 1 condemnation of an-American equ lt1l! It Is:as plain nose_ ona "Mnsquito Lagoon," and, grasping. the I turn Chinese them. Why could chants tot i BF-\IULS oa.M Mim to very good man in know vessel. afterwards among best Toikt Soap
,that while the race la.Florda.to trtn. the lessness of.lhe colored 'man has driven I tamed ,that 1 condemnation was acer.not man's face.. But we,are,not restricted I[ "banner,of eqaalityj, seeking 'a. "heca. not. the, same rae.of men\>e made. available m I th Ti Sp Wa'D I p Bb" b. ...
).: iiBEWtmi consequences 1f Ge the Democracy to.the. tuppprt of a. e illegal, and the Brazilian government to this single expression t convince ourrcadew"iof5Mr.nSpencer'8l'trulypbJlo tomb" ot'YolusUns. f .,?: ./. oii. cotton plntton.s infested, by ?Order. ho. b> ddr *r. t-...1..,-- .

9stMab&inI1, ; tDla M..issppl[.,.combination- ,e ,, as..a JastJre6ort.ftThe< ,..,- ..same- want tbe.moncyrefunded. :; ",WI' Te MUSitand the-rnoskrat|,the I Ig thacaterpillar-- .t.f:-....,l(_ -'.4 !ft r., ,YJ > !LtT b.p ;
..:' MI J..J '. f.,* jer offwltyJ vr u-t.! !: ;' rv''t: \ 4r. a ';. : ; ., '. .," .'' .t ., L$ .- tJ ,-- _
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NEWS. wholsome and unsightly mud hole, filled -Most all of. the conservatives to be the .
future .
in the to <
CITY as past treat all men ; : : ,. c FURNITURE (

I with old logs and rubbish of every disagreeable seen on the streets this morning the with respect and to work for the elevation .. ..- > -; ; -" : "

WWEsPAY MORMNG SEPTEMBER z6s874. description, occupiod the nomination. reformation and advancement :or -. i-I.::: : :1 : : '

=== between the Rat TTURNITURE "WAREROOMSI ,
= vacant road
= depot
= space Thursday-. September 24th. is the the comma'nIty in which he lives, and if -
Diatrict.le.cham :7 -f :. r-
f tC1BkttAI.L
arrives the
First where '
great portion of i. :4iPRICZ. "tc"riDAVIS&SDKE
withdrawn and Parman day, fixed for the final game of base ball nominated at the convention he asks the ; f .. ,. # 'of' .
has Winter visitors and the hotel :
our which '
for the championshis, to be played on support of all citizens, and IC elected he .CURRENT. ".T

wai nominated yesterday., attractive in itself, was made repulsive the grounds of the Lees. will use his personal efforts and ability Fresh Gotbea Butter per 1b.--3SIi I W.

to all by the offensive nature of its >
Euf- to bring from the somewhat chaotic ___ -
Opiate Toward of the Victor. roundings. Bat now, in place of the -Mr. A. A. Ellenwood was advertised .-eIe : : .--44t4L ..- ,,' F'j -p$3

to deliver a lecture on phrenology mass of law that.. envelops us something Fulton Market*****. .
staunch little schooner Victor grand mud hole that then disgraced the last Sl" .*!* : A -c,* ** '
Tiw evening ; and it was reported on the that the"good citizen can see and "
with a cargo of oranges from' Button's city Is to be, found a level, smooth, streets that the cranium of one of the the lawyers appreciate. Rio Coffee.Maricaibo.3" n.fir'I_ PARLOR SUITS. CHAMBER .5u.

is I lying at filled with senatorial aspirants would be examinedto Coffee.; bs fot'JavaCoffceslbsfor i' .,
Erove Port Orange, Claris grassy park a variety of or- : JOSEPH E..LEE. 3 uo ; n'

wharf. The Captain can well call this namental trees and abounding in beau- science prove of the phrenology accuracy with is attended' which, and the .- _.-_' : 1_ '. .. -6tr

craft "his vessel"as she is the work of tiful shrubs and flowers great ,'a.rietYtnnd the Intensity of feeling with which a OYSTERS.The La"CF RaIsi S n.1......___-. "' -t MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES,

little craft first oysters of lie season are to be found at Fred. ,...
his own hands, and a tight really constituting the most attractive vacuum Is regarded by nature. ..MacropctlbYer.nL..fl..peifl. -
BettelinTs .or aoc
Bay street nw cooked ia jury style to .
she i i1 of about twelve tons, often making place in the,city Ana all this is the I suit the most partial' iLk. They are' nice ones. VFIANOSORGANSpAos. ,:1:

the %oyage to Tort Orange in twelve rcsuh of the taste and enterprise ol a 'Does Mawbey Support Walls ? Give Fred a. it -. c ace .- _. ___J

in 7 .,- Tapioca per IH... ._, .._. ., ? ._ 'Sc'SuprCuredShouLaa.per t DAVIS & DREW,5IS.T
it twenty-four. JACKSONVILLE
hours and averaging single public spirited individual, George FUL. Sept. 14, 1874. FOR RENT Parlor -. Cnambe

Captain F. reports a small crop of McGinley, the lessee of the Grand Editor New South:-I would like to A dwelling-house, pleasantly and conveniently located 1:1"< Suits.; .: canter of" -" Suit*.
oranges in that region. National Hotel; but that is a trick that ask through your columns a few plain plenty of room and desirable surrounding To Young Hyson Tea,per **' :: 7Sc Having associated myself with the larzast Musk Para. BAY AND LAURA STRUTS.Sorts.. QismherSuits. ;

be leased by the month or'CU. Terms reasonable. House ia the South I MB now prepared to tell at umis-Parlor 'CJaaaI '
I "Mac" always had, for with a tolerable questions. They are to Mr. Mawbey, desiring Oolong Tea. ,per Th.. 7SC
Apply E. B KXUOGG.BLACK ..- ." ual low prices lot cash or by small monthly payments, Sui III. JACKSONVIILB. 1 ..'". ,

County Assessment. good faculty of attendi g to his own affairs hU answer. Mr M. son are Imperial Tea,per Ih. -" ----.--n.t.-. t.rr the Knabe.Hallett & Davis *Co.,Haines&Bros., Y&b
: .
for the Senate W.P. Emerson and the Southern Gem Pianos .- ---J -' ,t ;<'
from working tell the colored ; also
received is
has he satisfied :
never the ; '
Assessor Greeley our 50 cent AlPaca.&Hy worth fio cents. Also Gun Powder Tea.per Jb 1.00 Maaoa Hamlia .
and .
Ploubet.Pelton&Co.Organs ,' ,: .
Commissioners the assessment "well enough"' that suits lazy men/ i if people what are your positions on tho to pieces Black Alpaca s s cents per yard. Ca11 at Easiest #
A terms Call and what
the County Oolonz No. t,per IIJ.OO ever given. see I.eaa of- EXAMINE OUR LARGESTOCK.
book for 1874 from which, and by any means be can ever make his end race question. The colored people are Q-IMt F c GOT1',BKXEDtCT&CO. Sere the way of superior.instruments and low prices. ,
SeaFoamperci' ',f
.from refference to the assessment book of the street or his pnrt of the city look blamed as running the race question REDUCTION IN PRICES. DCI. .7-a9.Sw3 J. H.OCHUS. ,. :_ ;.1.p't.... .
Fine b.I_ .
but they arc not. You that area Fine bleached. sheeting at roanf cu., Xonsdale I. ,4 can : -
the following figures: better than any other. say you -4 i '
1873 glean
of we .
Fruit of the Loom AH weol ,!:.. CARD. .: ,c. < :. "1\ c
sheeting is cts. S4ai5c. Peas. cam for w'.oo' "' A. : "
1875. republican if so why not the 4 .
S074. As the great dependence of our city ; support .. .,
white flannel ci :
$ 8 3..i9 red and $ Linen.towels loc. Genuine t .4 101" .
AGgregate Poll Taz.-mcnt30049.196- 4f**<9>5 upon the Winter visitation, makes the Congressman that is nominated" Is it flesh towels joe., Can at 3lb Tonatocs,4 cans*T ... ._._1.00 NOTICE lole. 101 ,'.; ;.

assessed acres__ 39.99 *4S. o he is colored? You the BKJQJ)1CT'1t 101 .. 1OI'-t.t2 ) ;.
land Summer a dull season for all and particularly because are 9-ts-st FCBCHCOTT. Co. Green Corn 4 cans fo tjn To our and 101 101 ,;
Primers a3. .. ,
follows Ezcha.nges.PUisLer1. B.yS&. .. .
The for 1674 will be as : 101 101 ..
for hotel-keepers we were both proprietor of the Union; your name is And all other In it .]ACKSOJlTlJ.I.It: '
1874. 173. .NEW SEASONABLE DRESS, GOODS. good proportion at *store of 101 FL.L 101.., ,: .
; l
Stale .. -_.......-.... t nalU. J nulls.CoKTsTsiuking glad and sorry to make the announce- at thejiead of that paper; now then, as Just! received an assortment_of new Dress Goods at : 1CI 101 ,, .
Fund__ J 4 JOHN B .ROCHE. 'TIlE ANSON HARDY 101 181 I
J'und- I *7, ment in our last that Mr. McGinley has you are button-holing every colored so and>s cents. Cheapest lot ever brought to the czzy.. I i'l. Jill t

Special Sinking.......... d__ t I 9-u.at Call at FPBCHCOTT,BOTDICT &to. I ton .. m 4' ,\ .
County General._SchOI_._-..'-- 5 II leased the Kimball l House in Atlanta, man you can to get his vote, I : .', Latest Improved lOt ...... iut 01 ",1.. '

Countybchool-.__ > 5 Georgia and will give his personal attention us know publicly the reason why TO RENT 101 .f .
101 .
Total ___._."- $5 nhl1S 9H there during the Summer.We you will not support Walls. If It For the summer. A Urge furnished room oa Bay .. 0101010IOD&D 0101010101IQloonorinrxiijuuooijuumxiuolOl "

.J.L. street. Apply at the office of- .. -.. .: t.,
are sorry to loose him at nil and is on account of color-or not. The colored .->5tf TUB Ns-w SOVTH. ; : have resumed th* nuau&cture and sale of these lOlco DAVIS&Dmaw oolOllOlOloooooooooooooooiowolOl > '
Board of Public Instruction. glad that he has elsewhere so fine an people are not partial to any particular Machines,with which my name has been so long identified 101 lOlooco Fvajornm oeoolOl m,' ..

The detailed statement required by BUY YOURSELF A HOME.A CARPETS RENOVATED AND ,and so extensively circulated for.the past fifteen 101 lOlooooooonooooeoooooooolOt ..t
opening that our full season is white,man or men ;; all we wantis Vu.uur. : .'
Board of ; sorry on St.John's river is offered for sale.One yean; and all JUocluiut f my mH- will 101 lOlooo *&& ooolOl '

law w be furnished by the of so intermittent a character as to compel impartial, honest, intelligent men. of the most desirable places in the vicinity of Jack M,de to look like new. Also. Ifnufirr It marktJta tin** at rv ilbutnitltn 101 lei noo wtw mw inl -

Public Instruction for the county assessor 1 the search of business elsewhere We believe in mixture in office but we 1011yil\e. coolalninz 28 acres.-about 8 acres ready for UPHOLSTERING emlar,m'tk my**mt andttldrtu 1IIM etuttmf. 101 101 111t0101010 101 D lit 101 UsIOIOJOI01'i'li-101 .''

handed in and is in detail planting. For particulars,apply at the JIC.room ,101 101 101 10: L
has bten believe that white working My latest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER
for a part ot the time. But Atlanta is'a some men are of Tit NEW SOCTH. 4-Stf of aQ kinds done in the best manner. 101 101 101 ,, 101 -

as follows: thriving, large growing place and will up this race question and blaming W. H. SHERMAN. with patent moveable cutting board two aH-steel tempered 101 101 101 h 101 ,'

Co.Laura and Church knives and squaring; board,still holds its position 101 101 101 101-., .
ForBooURents. ----'" $ THAT SODA FOUNTAIN streets,Jacksonville Fla.Orden
.&c- ._.*..___.-.. 4,000Kepiurs give abundant patronage throughout the colored,.men for it. .So, please Mr. as the FAYOKITK Pun Coma AMOKG PxurrSTts .101 101 .....101 101*
_. .._. _.__ soo la the LA FavariU dgar store is admired by all.FOR left with I'urchtott, Benedict&Co.,Da- 101 101|i
Mn.- < define before ,and the best machine ia the
JlI"'I ____.._ laO year to such a man in such a house. Mawbey your position yon 6-13tC vii& Drew or R.P.Moody will receive prompt atten market for the.low 101 -', 101 :.il'

Superintendent's wrc.--*lary _....__...__ 7*> } ask any further votes from us. l tion. Local reference br permission:, A. ,.Ron. price charged for it., '101 'IOI
drrs' salaries__ .. .. IS.ouJT'otaI Thoroughly experienced, courteous RENT. Mra.'Hudnafl,Singer Sewing )achiDe, A. Zachanas .,101 ,. iclt -
1 --- Tit Iftttt
A COLORED MAN. and S. R. Mattair. 'Your orders solici Imfnvtd Hardy Cuittv is pro- 101lOt.
attentive never tired of obliging, always Respectfully, are respectfully ,' .
-._-._-_._- -- f 10500 I." A furnished room,centrally located. Rent low. ted. .swjm. Bounced the MOST DBUBAXLK data CoTrwi ia the -.. :. '; .- 1W
wide-awake to the wants of his J Apply at this office market;for the general uses eta printing occ.Th ; .,
total the Board .
As the sum paid by Going for Snaps.jACK60XVIIiEFLA. Trunks and valises at Buck *. -: :"
Mr. has given the wtll-inavm RuggU* Cord Cntitr, with- .
for rent from July 1, 1873 to July 15, guests McGinTey CIGARS my -14t' ,.: -
Grand National an enviable ., Sept. 12, 1874. latest improvements, Is still preferred by many print THE FINEST AND BEST SELECT
1874. was only $251, it would appear reputationas To the Citizens 'County Imported domestic and of their own "f .T-iit ers. aDd holds its favoritism over other machines. .
one of the very best, most lionise-like ofDuval : can always be had,a better article and at a lower price ED IN THE SOUTH !t *
that the above estimate of the amount HOLLAND For sizes and prices illustrated -
and satisfactory hotels in the Southern The writer of this had hoped while so than any other place in the city at Gato fi Go's ,LMftnrtrita. J.J. see circulars. "" f.

required to pay the "and so forth" eminent gentlemen were .6-ijtf' Shipped direct from ihe factory to any pan of the .7' ,.

make that item country. Widely known to the travel many prescnting WATCHMAKER AND country. -,. .'
feufiiciently -
prominent "their claims to the citizens of this BUILDERS AND'CONTRACTORS '
*, ling public as the popular and acceptable JEWELER, Orders solicited,and can be filled by return mal Parlor RICH.. 'PLAIX. <' asa. b r>
its de Will nod of lumber dressed Suits. .
to arrant more explicit for i Legislative honors that he a complete assortment .
host of the Scrcven House which he Address, Parlor 'andSUBSTANTIAL Qab.rSata. -
tail." and undressed mouldings shingles etc..at the Depot Comer Pine and Bay Sts., .
___ was secure from all. newspaper attacks ANSON HARDY S."
__ refitted and resuscitated immediately Lumber Yard. Orders to be delivered Jandings; on Parlor cbrmbsr-

and could 'pursue the"even tenor of his the River receive especial attention. '. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. jseotem Auburadale.Mass. Suiza. ;
Weeding Ceremony. after the war, he is sure to give to the Parlor ". .*' .. -.. ....CMabcr
Address Louu
J. "
inasmuch of these -:0-
as some aspirants
Kimball House the continental way. ---- Suits. FURNITURE. r5m.
The marriage of Mr. Mujlle and Miss same -
could: moments's notice VICHY AND K1SSENGEN. ; "
on a WANTED _
New Clocks
which Jewelry
Jostle, at lie Catholic Church on Sun- regulation under his care has lady of several .
in the of bead- years'expert '
Many on rising morning complain a A
claims and the undersigned -
rush forth their Diamonds Plated and race in teaching the usual English branches Franc; ..
been the Sci and the .
acquired by
l last (intruded to [even ache A of "
day fvening though : iu such! claims or feeling stupid. glass Vichy or Kissengen and Music wishes a situation as Teacher in a school '.> .' ;. ." .' -
Grand National. And the Kimball not believing any from"Tuffts'.1oIammoth fountain in La Favorita Solid Gold and Silver Reference if
jiartake of a 'irate character, waslargily cures or private family riven required- We are prepared to offer OSK .stock at
pi .
but that the at!such leasant sensations. p- Ware Address Miss H. L.,Charlie Hope. -
house will believing legislative positions un. 6-13-if etc. .
The give Mr. McGinley a wider Brunswick
attended. ceremony was 5.3t Co. VirginU. remarkably prices. -. -. ,

Irlornutl by the Rev. Father Dufau( field and full scope for all the tact and are gifts in the b hands of the people OUR,ENTERPRISINGFriends '. ., '
. :i.:0
and belonged to no one, two, three or a Messrs. Gato* Co.."have seemingly spared ) CHARMS I k _
capacity of which he i is the well known no .<
alter which the bridal party and their DIAMONDS, PEARLS. AND PRECIOUS .
IIUslcHAS _."- :'
: dozen men, was willing, antis now and expense in introducing the handsomest soda fr fifyjf STONES ET IN :- '
friends the FlorIda posses or Fronting on Pryor street
immediate repaired to -
ever net up in this city. It is admired by everyone and FINE GOLD. i.; "
be abide the
"ever will to vox populi.
Home where the wedding reception 210 feet, and 1C3 on Railroad and Decatur -: the soda from it is pronounced by all the ladies ts.be .
He has not since his coming into the DAVIS & DREWWiEALZIS
We acknowledge the receipt blreeu, with 317 rooms exclusive the best.
was giveu.
State entered into the personal abuse of InilLtt Letten, Monograms andFauy -. PRICE. REDUCED.. : .\' .
offices and stores it is the ..
most ICE CREAM ,
of wedding caWe; and if the qua.tity among done I. _.. .. "
in .
capacious of me first-class hotels of'the any man: whether he be white or colored That.all acknowledge to be superior to.any ever_to be Engraving ,'.**+ --,. 'crAU 't. -
ut the viLe i* a criterion by which to an artistic.t1I4II,. .. .i
either.by any speech in the courtroom had:in this dry previously to be obtained at the 7
United States. -
the of ilr. I kinds of
julgeof coming happiness Temperance Reading Room atXc/istwribs. 6-13tf FURNITURE CARPETS

and Mrs. Mujlle, a 6\Hd and good We congratulate the citizens of Atlanta in the justice's offices, in the con- THE :BEST: ..IN THE ..WO LD.. MATTRESSES.WHITE PINE WALNUT

vention .room; or anywhere else nor Standard time Chronometer ;and CEDAR LUMBER etc. "*_"'
luatrimonlxl future lies before them. in their gain, even to our own. ; MARINE INrELLl by '. "

has he perhaps accumulated rated by transitobservations. c_. 4, -
partial loss and although it is unnecessary ,, propertyas ,-' .' :" .
-- -
to wish when fast as some of those who have come ARRIVALS A AXDCXEAKANCES AT THE PORT OF ; "
a man
Marine Miscellany.The success we
know he will before him, nor' doubtless can he, but JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
command it in his line
schooner Tannhauser: Captain LIZIVALS.Seit.sz Swiss muslin and white foods of aQ kind_atBuckyV'j

(jlotur consigneil to G. IL Foster, ar wherever goes, still in so wishing what, little he bas was, gotten by thesweat. ,scb Florence and Lilian Smith, Philadel AGEVT FOB TIIS CxunxATBO Born AJtn > _ _ _ _ _ _ S
and of his own_brow and is not in histctie' phia. Cvrlza WATCB. _
livtd prognosticating Mr. McGinley scb Tannhaoser : : FOR SALE OR KENT-CITY.. .:: -
on Saturday, having as a cargo bept. la, ,Grover New York. -- : ?
decided success in his dual capacity of a name;, but had there been someone Sept. ...sd,.Abbte K. Bentley. Mehaffy, N. Y. ; :-. :3. .0' 't..o'
880 bais railroad iron 204 bundles fishplates ., .., .1
two-foldlandlord we utter .tbe to take from others unjustly and Sept....sch.Harry C.Skcparj,Wilson,N.Y.. "-' : ::5OF .' ..' ': ; + "
270 kegs spikes, and 4S kegs CUAIAMCKS. > SALE.. ;. .'. .
wiahes and expectations of all his then hand 'the same down to him perhaps sch. New York :10 R tOCALA FOB. ..
guests Sept. u. Harry White Hopkins, TBS OUBATBSSHONINGER .
bolts fur the J. i'. & M. E. It., besides a ': -i .c"
A. York. j
and the cli : he might be .able to.boast.of as Sept. l>. J. Bentley.William.New fri of hud the Road
of merchandize. Iler great body of our zeus.- Sept. la,ach.Ann t. Grover Terry I'hiladelpbiaSept. I' Tea acres on Kings ;onty NWo.
general cargo .. much properly, verb. sap.; bat as it is, is.sen, S. F. Seabury.Trial.Perth Amboy. '. .'..AND" \OTHE1 ORGANS. miles Croat Jacksonville.This land is *a" -
list footed ,; .> '
freight 81.C5 r .
gross. > t
Abbie In Short. he is_compelled'to get whatever he shall! .:. PLACES OS THE' OCKLAWAHA RIVER ,
On Sunday the trim schooner METEOROLOGICAL RECORD, : ; iir.iFRUITS
-? get. as other poor men have obtained INDAILYUSE. CULTURE: OF SUGAR CANE
K. licntley. Captain Mehaffy, also con- Observations taken at 7 A. M s r. M.and 9 r. M. AND ADJACENT ',' >.,d'h.
-New sugar cane is coming in theirs, and as he.has obtained that which daily,by the Signal Service U.S.Army in this city. COUNTRY. ? OF ALL KINDS.
feigned to Mr. Foster tied to the .- .. ; 'InI
up And the small boys' masticating some if it were possible, would rob him S O >i 93 .. located for BUILDING LOT!. For*
organs o. 5 ? a, wind. t. a ,. -;.. and hi beautifiily ,, .
whirl of '
to ; J
discharge a *.
merchandise and a portable cargo engine general for me and fall assiduously thereat.Mr. ., of, viz: by hard labor and' by,paying Sept f:' .:1 g.: % '' ?< I. ?.' I So-- -W1, -' -. .* THE: "' ;;lFi" ._ The best musical talent .of the country ircommfm price. and terms,apply to B.H.WEBSTII' _. '.".A

A Sautord saw-mill. Edward. Seymour- has been appointed -for it. aS7.. I ? 111: ? !r T STEAMER OCKLAWAHA- tbaeOapDa. The.nicest and best." More fOr your V or bylcncr'.are A.WALLACe, \VaI1ace's.. wu.. .;:J..

The HchouQcr Florence and Lillian Commissioner of Pilot ge. It Lee has not a dollar's worth of prop- .t-g.C \ { i i money and gives better satisfaction than any other Jacksonville.Florida" .-'

Where are M.essrs. Holland and Mxxxly P I eril,'' says Snaps," of the Union, and Sat. sa 9 30.93 75 76 E Gentle D. Clear Capt* W.A. SHAW. now made. They comprise the ,l
consigned io John Clark has to Sun.. i) 7 30.04 76 86 NE Light o.oo Fair : ,. >.,
gone -And yet the gamins play base ,ball l therefore ought not to.sit in the high a 3001 81 70 NE Fresh. 0.06> CTdy WILL LEAVE JACKSONVILLE Latest style straw and silk bats Bucky'a.. ...
Tocoi with iron for the St. Eureka Contertf and Grands fh-'a -
Augustine on the street. councils of this State. Although Lee 9 30 ea 74 go SE Light 0.58 Ody Orc/mlra" *
Railroad. MOIL 14 7 30AM 76 90 SE Fresh o.oo d'dy 1 : .
-All wary. cautious gentlemen per, has searched the fundamental law-the ..". "997 86 64 .SE Fresh, ooo. Fair EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, F'OR SALE. Y : .ak.rl. ,._
Tie schooner Florida has been on the 9 30.04 |9 la SE Fresh *xo Fair: ,1H
ambulate on the south side of Bay street. constitution of the State.-and finds no Tues, 15 7 3000 bo Sa SE Gentle ojoo C'dy AT 80'cLOcIC.CEO.. BY AI ROSS.
ways. She was taken off yesterday.A finds corrected, lor temperature and clevaoim. >:,Illustrated Catalogues sent by mail postpaid to any ': &',">,;*c'
Savannah .Harry Jones is trying a more modern property qualification therein, but R. FOSTER Agcnt2ackarnllfrjfrUj. In this city.neighborhood first-class, on north side qlA
that .
the '
paper says application to '- Pine and Laura. wahm-tme
nfen between
{ upon hley street
hit is
ttamcr Morgan which been running city His paintings of Madonasand I to the contrary, -D.uy eligibleto Dtctmttr187*. block of the St.James Hotel and.! feet torn _. -<*.; .

office who has had a permanent abode WAN TED.A _. !t. the best boarding-houses in town,two two-story-
little cherubs have ceased SHONINGER & ,
B. CO.
in place ol the; steamer Lizzie Baker has winged ; ; &
: in this State one and in the six SISTER FRAME ;
year .
discontinued her trips.A Tbe ernandina paper says that the : lady graduate experienced&>teaching and skilled A ARD4CXSOtI'tLUFu.llaJda -. New Haven"Conn. adapted to single w.&fouLIe i..wnt uiIer witbont '
months preceding the Is this Loc having a rooms below.ba-1' .
third game of the ball match is to be, In drawing and painting denies a situation in.Florida. 3ist.1874. change or.kitchens fa attached to HIMl "W slllliibur
c1uci twO ** j
doctrine sound or is it that of a "cunning .
Valuable Florida Invention. played in that city. We do not so 'un. -Address. A.EWING THE ORRIS DZIALYNSKI above; sU closets below lid tor above, with
house ,
: I phIst" who wishes to mislead the un- JUT > .,. are-place each room ia main house. Each ;
Mr. A. G. Rouse derstand It. 9-1' -VaIatieCot.-bJaCoam'Wc. York having two front aad two back cntnam and driveway -
known In
this .
long suspecting colored man, who has got c. win a fda7s appoint a State Agent for :: on each side,with piaoa across the entire front, ,
" community as connected with the' Fairchild -Hon. E. M.'Cheny i is at Tall ihassee. f. '' AUCTIONEER extending round the comers twenty feet to she rr-
property mid_ thus control him much Spring Cassimere suits for sale at Buck*. Florida. In the meantime I wffl conduct its manage- doors also wind the entire I.. with Want same height
mill has exhibited to us a very Will return to-morrow. .' \ "t 1 of pUm.running thirty tort hack t A* double woodlouse
T" this to E. Lee .
longer Say Joseph -- .cat. ) ,.- --AIw.: feet., '"
compact and beautiful mechanical tool Judge K. Dorman is spoken of AS a and also to'that. man who has JACKSONVILLET 15x20
yon say COJDIIIn..t..w-directed Henry A. OF GOOD "WATER. ,
of hU THE .AIl to e.care .-iCOMMISSION MERCHANT, A ? -
own invention which be has patented candidate Democratic support.No the 'most'-property, that he Isthe man <- : and pumps within-6ve feet of L,brick curb.and siak
and which L'Eogle, Secretary of the JacksonviB Branch will .dram fifty feet W ces pooL'
will be of infinite service attached.with cemented
hieroglyphics have as-yet been to represent the People, and that it is to AND 2- V._. -J. .. tf-AZ kinds(merchandise received on consignment These houses an withm forty feet of each other.1 1 .it

in all milling operations. It is a small l should be receive due attention. and sold at auction or private sale. complete order throughout, hajrnur' been- :rccir'
discovered him
ancient rains in .
among je places :..-. ". painted and repaint. The western cae ---r a
implement, some six inches by one and the middle of Bay street.A awarded- and that worth honesty and STAB L ES-- J H. MILLER.GcnLSopt.. Mff lot-the eastern occupying the west half of a iaI1 .
t5 of entrusted to me for sale
Every goods d
: half tuf I ,. lot. which" lawn with orasce Psach-sa Ie:irn
wl npo
polish steel intended and ._ !
little five (girl in this titj morality.may*'flee to the mountains, ofUepsidam C. ''MccLENNY, PaorRirroa.. .Mi Agencies. will b* disposed of tr aDd grape vines,all wdefthn&y owth..AIsO.
year betwee Market and.LibeTmTatwG4tory.aa4.ha1thcIth1rieeflinonss
effectively adapted'to the sharpening 1 bai' and < '-" \ on north aide oU'OIIIJthc" *-
and on being shown the In&Jde of 'a watch, so property tiEing ----s- SALE.' ;: BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE .
I spreading of every description 01 FOR built ill 1870 by the present owner and occupied*y mm ..
that the poor laboring man is a nonen- Notice is given to the public that I have 1IUI'Chucd .
after looking steadily at the swift moving STABLES made. u a private residence having sixty idfrorIIa&e oa\"
circular and mill the well-known HARTRIDGE oppositethe to the owner. and prompt and accurate returns '
. saws. Compact and wheels awhile asked "Who turns tity. The weathercock shqweth the direction METROPOLITAN HOTEL,sod have onhaoda RIyERSIDE HOUSE. forsyth street and fifty two and a half Suet on Adams with:
hundred and lea I
I"between streets two
; strong it will adapt iteltto, any necessity them 1M ot the wind. .YER'y" :RGE..Woix.4 '. :I JACKSONVILLE. FLA. PALMETTO BLOCK. large cistern bath-room pantries..dossil and water '

i and yet is so small that it can be O1 :7-sw3m *:Jacksonville.Fla. ca three floors; includiBg a man lot of tenter ADj'' .
of the Union the writer of
-Raised ex-Governor Reed ana "Snap ,_ Well adapted fcr* fine'private residence or firs*- the above mentioned pI'OpCnJ' betng situated on high'
: easily carried by .
in one's pocket. Mr. this.. kfaows not whether he is of the HORSES& MULES f OR SALE. class boarding house. Two stories with manurd root Tr\EPOT LUMBER YARD. gvsmdcldcrcd; as 10 I-i 1
; &use weighing ounces tells the ,i acre land.4' tnagp trees. The .I*
soon leaves to exhibit his invention twenty storyof 18 sleeping rooms HEALThY ANY PART OF THE CTTYaviag /
bean species, of the ginger .class, or of finest location and cheapest piece of property in ibis .
I In the Cincinnati Exposition and the pear on exhibition in :r I'oQ's' Those desiring to purchase will find it to their advantage vwinity .Price tadudme about Ito worth of farniture. ned and drculanoaof(air at a&timea.Wffl .
the canine' group that snap, but whose to TTffMivff this vaasuaHy large and attractive >10'IaaI cash. balance ia one and two. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS b.IO141C CASH at a very tow figure.as the owner todesfaxua
we wUh him fruit store yesterday.Ice For 10 die
particulars am
wock of
complete success. It ,adapted to all uses. settling up.
teeth," by reason of so' much snappingat Jassalsorccelving years. wtii root A> waer, *- J. .OSS. .

should be called the Horida compact has given out in the new" "ice those who are solid have become Foe taD pudaaIan. adII.- : FULL ASSORTMENT OF Jacksonville,Fla..July ,d7' "qn ,.

ttw.$wage." Oar home mechanical house. ,A coMPLErtOUTFITbYTfbths A-J'.sp'LES" # AJ b umOaztylot isisee:twO steall bosssstokor
: wand. harmless, intimates',that Joseph -' I .:.' '. IL.FlalIf DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER, room eac.comer Laura aDd Quich mw
lent .
I once exercised and fully reoogaktti. <-A banner flung to the breeze from E.Lee-lVtda AND sad near the St.James. J.'
by Judge Knight ZHAETOltS not Mid by November c..the Riverside House MOULDINGS AND SAWED All the above named property is.vridesaaUe for

manufacturing something, no matter : MooNLIgUT'SERNADES"1'Lay know that he'is'roa ,by no one,but God !. ((the'eststlei- .. f, CHEAP FOR CASH AT .
V1i that .. _>,;-i
wilt '
loose the '
latent -
: TONIGHT.A Lines and duck suits BuckyseQa.
and himself,lhat bewriteshIsown .let OKAHUMKEE '
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:J pringt of permanent piosperity lor oar TOR 'L'V'E'1t 'Sl (VI'C' .,, HARRIS EUSTIS AND GRIFFIN, THE -

Bute. Mr. good way to get up enthusiasm ten, makes his own,speeches, protects :;:. < > > i' -1 .'" > i .Lumber delivered ra aU parts of the city and vicinity j-, *& -.
Bouse b one of our American i iJ for candidate to hire himself and minds his business.. / fimush '. . SIIVVER SPUING and at a111aDdiJ1:on the river, at low rates. AU ee4ces.eeiva fARD. .71+:
' a ._ a band to ser- ,own :1" Which. wul be d .: : ,. .. dSrt.ftV9nand
sample men,'who, rising from the ; r. ; I. <'n prompt sttcminn.LOUIS .1
1 enade him. He is making no atttckson any of the the Ocklawah Rivw.- J.BRUSH_. after the first of Nu eaibSELECT "
simplest SHORTEST'NOTICE Aad other LasdiDgs aI-'I. tbr-k-.r
.' labor in mills baa qualified bim. i l -;> r i ? aspirants for | does AT. ,THE., .. ._I, .. on. '3heAssnvi&.IUIrUO..,8 74'FIRSTCLASS'FURNlS
rontbfO1o'I nor '-- .
-s.Co ( arrive bn .
self "
for n wiU-pTOSably ; .
(I any conection PRIVATE BOARD
repre- he If 'delegates when -
'propose' : JU D OK. :TB ED HOUSEFOR .
aent.a a tlua Saturday. '', ,.:> -t f
, whose Jklll : W I
persistence -'
they assemble1 in convention on the 26th : MOST -'. ncs..OKAHUMK'RE" can ke had in the fr. uly of Coloa X M. >, ,,-
command the cocceu which we .. H.Bisbee will make a speechin REASONABLE TERMS.Miu .-... .. b. Taczaosvtu.z Mtsrdecft House.'* Funyth street,. batwMB tf '
fit .
InsL to rioralcale him for the
see _
wish him. i Femandin&Gn the (l9th JaiL, advocating -o A LRCT. ,"Master. and Washiagtoo. .t..c'

the regular Republican 1n&- Senate or for any other,position, be proposes d.u.BRlTTAlrf Is nr atborbed'- 'Aecstt sad SA'LE. I DAY BOARDERS _.,.. ,., t' .

The 'to nominate Manager,sad win alwayS be found at taeStabfcs ready win leave JacksoBvffle tSD Y"monung \' '. V" ',' t. > .:
Park of the Grand National. accept; (iffthey any > to le estaU.sk.meat. . The radersigned intending to emoT to his plaat ssdommodsted- '
tion*. ; 'J XlJ: ; \l''i j to auend to Ul. basil. **.*&ppenaiai. c sto'doc atd1iacr. 'F
I* .i i other man he wiltwork and endeavor : -" C. B.Sffttmbtr KcCLENN1. -. GEO'RFOSTER.p.1 : tkm,win sell his residence on.Adams..sa-r.. mear.the .For fothitrindIasdosa JiJlJ'
passing t1rugthe upper end of"ay -Mr. C.IL Summers his gone North, to secure ills election he will make'no 6.-1873."Boa .-, ,,FU., ".dis-i-a5f St..James- and Grand' National Hotels.H.-3.SANFORD A.d-ONESy-. > ,
ttreet one_cannot im C. ...<,.. t"-i4c < .A.ihyor
being that of Apply to J. -
hoping a change .climates-will ton ho.ps and bustle at Bucky'a.
pressed with the beautiful health. fight jon spy.candidate because:,of his CENTRAL SALESROOMS 31.ckaavi&.Merck 6. 1874" tw83tf :' J. Co GneIc1 ..t1abler. ...' .,
Mttle gem of prove beneficial to his color "because be.hasbeeq.denfed: the TcJl ---- .J. .lI tOD 2 1. ltot'' ,1 .
park which the taste aodenterprj.se of. : Art RS.ABBOTTSIWARDINGHOUSTCISNOT. . : Rubber awl oil suits at Bucky's. : tc4.uvil1..-1 .14&-tT '" <- -
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'More extensive school thn gea-iha.t'jo has t.J <
.corn efh.F. Lee ivi o :
mine host"of the Grand z commentswH.pro-| AN AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION _- : : .- ,0.tS' ...
National have bably be made In the'next*Union on the had for any other. but Hebind _, .,CLOSED- -.. liOL.i-: .< *.' 1 t ar mI
In Ict created In front that or 'reason; J. e -- :t-iL---: :\ : ot._ ._. ..AND. .f"OA '..., .1 :;,!,'.;.. A- HEADQUAltTDS'IW" -
of "U :
well :
AD report sass unfriendly sources to the eoutrary 5 C' .. ...... :
1._._ "oldgun. wnr1itbttij'a ent1re1yia Chit "' <' '' '
known.. '., ._ .. ,4 .. motwitbRtandtng the rding-houv of Mrs. Abbott Bay Street near LsuaL.. : ; --- .:.;..t 4. -a- '.Il ) ; .

LI X**efirat but ."diysiin-.11.. .-The democratic convention meets *of the delegates to the conventiofl7 U St.AugMUnc.is stilt open aad a1"pdca a* anal,will otter to ... M ,.".. ;:...,";.,,'JACnO'NVtUJ. ... Ja.- :{..,..W.I.e iCAs.NEw,stock. prim.enes STOR.J ad nateI Xi. ,I1o.D&flIcWt'; ."i i : .
cooxfcmbU '
an t quits and quarurs SATVn.L% 'fij.&t ,p 8Q Street, .Lwra. rv .i.F.J'nMaIaPr !..' tit
day at 12'c1ock sFoI's biL and he wflLendeavor-ln aQ Mi acts in .1'VBUCS.u.z.ir
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Bttrd of County Commissioners. GENERALDIRECTORY..STATE. ." V 5 .i: ; : V V V V V : : .

,: Tuesday, August 4th, 1874, tho Board Ooventor-M.. 8TEAE2TS.-. .* THE SflSER': : :' V

I met pursuant adjournment.- Present Umtenant Oov -**<* 'V
"-. Hi-or-lary pf State- 8.'B kctt .' .FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK:
President lioeg. Commissioners Eells Cnmrtruller-.O A. COwQILL V ;
t : and Fortune. A quorum present. Attorney eraJ..W1L A.COl. II.' :. :' V 'AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.,
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President Iloeg, to whom was referred Oomm'r Adjatal1'OcnI-.JOnN-VAaNl1 ofUrids and ImgTsttaD.1AOAW.SuJerIIet4cS1 ; i '- t V '.,#; .,. Idcorpor.jidy6t, r$7..J .

I the application or AristMes Doggett, &01 fubUo!InstroHinn. C OIBB9.et V OFT1CK'IK LbVERIDGK-S BUILDING 'OCEAN STREET.
&t !ne r-J*. ILALBZROEIt.stPnMa hA. }
V V jACXSOimu*. .] it.i3j4NOTtCE'fa'iertby -
Esq. to rescind and annul the resolution '
\ *jiikC : COtTRT. WORLD'S AWARD1 gIven of the Incorporation-of Tin FIri.i/4S.nllp.B.d.**Rt+lEttatt .rr4agv. C- _:.
i 1 of the Board of Bounty Commissioners CUtJ>Mtic*-X. U. RANDAIX.As ,. ." .. .i ; of the laws 01 rho Stall Of.Florid.. .,with the principal place of business in the city olscli.o4Wifle1
&tt Jo Uo-s-j.B. WKSTTOTT _''i -
t t: heretofore adopted, which authorized *.- K.KTAK VALKKSBERO.. . AGAIN RECEIVED BY -' \ ; J nir itbbSneSi. abafl V be tiat c Banit fcr Sav1s and Loans and the purchase.and aleE.ttteMottSap I.HOLDA' OIDZI$ AT MAlUAa "leIS"I

i C1er. -.LYIlA1'f. B. FOSTER.CIBCTJIT 01 Bonde Stocb Gold ndSa er.Tre< Warrants.&C. "
:.. the establishment of neighborhood ,:L -JC1 ;; ; ; ; ufy -
a COURT. ,: J1st :. : I V :The capital Mock(which mar be Increased at alT meeting of shareholders called for that purpose) shell be H. ROBINSON

road of one mile and a half in length Judicial Circuil-W.. "W, VAN NESS PensmooU.Id TH1iWO-RLDS: : : 'F V. & : ." Jso,. 01 which lo per cen&. hall be paid"In upon commencing business.and the balance la installments fts I ,WKOUSAIB&
1 P.ViWHITEQinflT.Sd ,. \ the business of &Or.\1iOIi may require. S (STAILDRUGGIST
; I over the landsjuf Charles Broward, pre- VTra BRT80X, Uv. Oik.4th Thi corporation wiU go Into operation July 6th. 1874 and contiane twenty year .
4. 11. B.ALCUIB&LDJuk.on- -' The highest amount of liability to which this corporation can subject I Itself shall be 150,000. ,
t eented the following: ville. The officer* of this corporation shall serve without salary until otherwise provided by a vote of the stock.V '* Hock, Bay St.JACKSONVILLE. .
6th Judicia Circuit-J.H. OOS9ba3.lo .. holders.
Whereas it that : .
appears a(a meeting 6th .. J.T.MAOBEK.Tsmpa. 'SEE TIlE FOLLOWING ,, The design of the Florida Savings Bank Js to aflbrd to those who are desirous of toving their money the V FLORIDA.

: of the Board County Commissioners, 7th'" .. J.I'11CJC! Euterprlie.IUJVAL means saiely employing It at a good rate of interest to ba forested,under the direction well-known cit iens.
% : AT HOME; jn home securities ofwell-known value instead running the risk losing it by entrusting U en I I j comoyyprno Musoumow A,.WA-i;;
+ i held on' March 21st, 1871, action was COTJSTV. SEWING: MACHINE SALES OF 1873'' foreign corporations to be sent to far off cities for Investment. .
--OnlCus.-The officers of this corporation shall consist cia President a Vic President and Treasurer.and
; taken in the matter of the petition of County Judge-W. A. MrLEAN. '. <_- and how office
4 Clerk Court-OSCAR HART. aBoard of three or more Directors, to be chosen anuually,commencing November i,1875. to -
,. henry C. Ton and others, for a neigh- ttheriff-JOSEFU JUDUHKEK.Hute The Table of Sewing Machine Sale for 1873 shows that our sales last year amounted to 131,444. Machines, until their successor are duly chosen. -
BoJlcitor-T A. McDONNELL. being a large increase over the sales of the previous)ear(1871). ThcUble also shows that MimKCS.-Regular meetings of the corporation for the election officers and other business,shall be held KEARNVEYCSVFLUID
I: r borbood road to commence at a bridge County Solicitor-Cll AS. 11.SUMMERS. annually, commencing November s, 1875, "
BANK.Hows. The for transaction business shall be from o'clock to o'dock m..
A regular hours 9 a. m. 3 p. EXTRACT
: on Little Cedar creek, where the Hart'sroad Murr-J. W. WAIM. OUR SALES 'EXCEED'THOSE OFANY' OTHER COMPANY until o'clock
AHts orJ.. O. ORKKLKY. daily except Sundays and holidays, and on Saiurdays 7 p.m. .
said creek ColU-etor-PETEK .; i Dcrosm.-Deposits will.be entered in the books of the corporation and also in a book to be given to the de
l crosses to the JUKES.SupcrinUMident
leading .. positor. This book will be evidence of his or her property.. When moneys are withdrawn, this book must be
of ch'io1.-C.F. M'4'WBEY For the period named by the number of Machines nearly Drought the Bank to have the entered. Depositors take out the themselves or m case BUC'H
i: nearest landing on Little Cedar creek, uetiol1 n-J. L. J3uy J.C. Utmming, M. A. 113,934 ,or to payment may money Ui.1!
Dzi&lynakL. absence or sickness it will be paid to their order properl/witnessed and accompanied by the book DepoA.its
: which I*' on the.west side of ,the same > 1'ub1Ic-3obn O. ; J I will be repaid at any time when called for when there Is a sufficient amount In the treasury uninvested; otherwise -
'oury Hamrl F. B. Knanp, T. DOUBLE THOSE OF ANY OTHER COMFA ? .
,' 8. Eells. C. P. Cooper. Glut. M. VI. U. ,at the earliest practicable period;In die order In which they may be called for The only know remedy&
distant about one and a half miles, and Summers .' I : *
JrflrtyEdwin. Hlpvins, Wm. M. Led with, E. M. Ixtunii.-Iaterest at the rate of seven and thre -tenths per cenLor two cents per day on $100)wiH be,paid .
.' '; it was resolved that the prayer of the Chenf.'Y. Thou. U.Maxty J. W.Swaim H.Oranger: It may be further stated that the sales of 167 show it relatively larger Increase beyond the sales of other annually;upon -deposits which shall' have remained three months or more in the Bank to be added annually \

Jos. lli Uurkee C. CoUhngton, AV.luCosn,J.>V. makers than of any other year. For instance In 1871 we sold 45,000 more Machines than any other company to the principal of the Depositor. BRIGHT'S
,- petitioners be granted,, and that the Whitney ; whereas!in 1!73. the sales, were, Acc AIftS UXCALLKO FOR.-Any'account to which nothing shall be added and which shall haYe'remaln .DISEASE

: :J road leading across Little Cedar creek, U.County II. Uorg.Comnilmieners T. t) Eells,K.-Miles Jones.Justiore .Fiioe, E. Fortune, uncalled ACCOUNTS for for PATABUI seven years TO HEIRS.shall cease-If to person bear interest.'die who,own money in this Savings Bank the money win V beBANK : And

i. 113,254 IN EXCESS OF, OUR HIGHEST.'COMPETJTORi _to thelrkpl repRSeul.a < a'OIItivnemedf fbr
R where the Hart's road crosses the same of tile> Pe i 'flr W. Sampaon. V.JL.Mmmenll : V .1-"
t ; l. C. F.Townsend. Henry 0.Tl on. James BOOKS.-Although the officers win-endeavor, ty'all Pa lbte means,to prevent frauds,yet all payments
to the log landing be considered a g. WilMn. ).. P. Charpeli, A. H. Philip. W. L. 10 person producing the bank-books shall be valid payments to discharge the: .* :
Cosn A BuoslngViii.. Uordor. J. F. Kollins, J. These figures are alfthe 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 deposit money as trustees for the. GOUT; GRAVEC"STRICTURES':
r 1. neighborhood road, and that the creek W. Uwiard. LESS than their sales in 1871: whereas as has been shown our sales have LARGELY INCREASED.' The benefit ef such minors until they become of age;interest upon which may be withdrawn annually of added to V DIABETES .
Surveyor Chns. F. Smith. account of sales is from sworn returns made to the owners of the Sewing Machine Patents. It will hardly be the principalSrBCiAL *' J" DYSPEPSIA
;'! be regarded as an open creek, with the In-poctors of Lumber-U. \. Moo< 1,R.W.Gone denied that the ,superiority the Singer Machines is fully demonstrated all event that their popularity. in ENDOWMENT PJJIH.-Deposits in the Florida Savings Bank amounting to 570 during each year for a. NERVOUS DEBILITY .
: household U unquestionable. '. c term of ten will the cash of t at the end of the term,
/: ; proviso, that no parties shall blookadfe J. "'. Jr. years secure depositor a payment $ JDOO or proportionately
Constable- II. Mays 3. Wilson, J. Smith, J. on smaller or larger annual deposits. In case of inability to complete the ten annual payments, the depositorcan DROPSY
''t .>" the ttrcam jn any manner, but that all J.Forbes,James Lane J. II. Brown. i withdraw the amounts already paid in;upon giving three month notice together with the accrued interest
I STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES : thereon. This plan unlike life insurance secures the depositor against forfeiture previous payments V NON-RETENTION. OR
;: j rafts of logs shall be moved as rapidly \ and offers a safe anl easy ordinary providing a handsome endowment for tl e future of parents children.friend URINE. IRRITATION INCONTINENCE, Of- .
CITY OF'IACKSOXVILLE.MyorPKTEUJOXE3. of, depositor Individually., ;S/Icial.deposits,not to be withdrawn for ten years.will entitle the depositor to *OR INFLAMATION-
.. I" :'j as possible: And whereas, it is the Companies. Sold in 1873. Sold In 1873. a certificate for dow fr tkt*m AI. -. A. THKBACT. E. 'WDElfNr.A. J. LOAJIS.-All received shall be invested in first real
and in
.:: t: : ; opinion of this'Board that the aforesaid RUSSELL,W. WI KT DOUG LA 8.WM.M.BO8TVK.K THE SINGER__._____..'S31.444 9,758, Increase..._......._ 11,686 this State of at least moneys double the value on or in other ample collateral securities.mortgages on personal V property.

: L. J FLEMING JACOB 11LT1', A. J. : ....._. REAL ESTATE.-This will the sale of real or'the BLADDER-AND KIDNEYS
: :;; action of the said Board was inexpedient Wheeer&Vilspn '""-;. 119,180 i _I74,88 Decrease. 54,440 corporation act as trustees sor purchase an4 estate renting ,
BENTLEY, L. B. HUEBAUD. Domesue-______._" .* Decrease_, and management of estates and property generally; ."
: Marshal ii. FORTUXB.ClerkVT. .' 40.U4. 4,7.554 9,440 '
and did
: by no means subserve the
Grover Bakcr.s--s-
; ;t Jl. C1IKISTY. : ._f 6,179 5 /' Decrease__- 15.831 ISPERMATORR HCEA.
I ; spirit and meaning of the statute resting Treuurer-CllAR. HUDKNBKEO.Accessor Weed.._....___.._____ si,76o '. 41. ". Decrease ------.. 30,675 President. Vice-Presidenl. Treasurer. .
C. B. SIMMONS -.T Sea-side villa sites for sale on Fort George I aud. The finest bathing.cool breezes VV '*
: ; \ ; sea sea magnificent
: ; t in the County Commissioners'power Coll/'OtClr-l'lI1UP WALTER. 'ils on.H___ ._____'_.. si.47 \ ?, t .,. '6.666. ;Decrease....._ 5,419 drives over fifteen miles In extent : grand avenues palmetto; cedar oak, magnolia, myrtle. &c., &c. Leucorrluca'or ,Whitc*,,Diaeaacsof the.

: t! t and authority to establish neighborhood Clerk' of Market-\VM. AUV1K. howe.._..._______'No returns (Estimated) 145/100 Decrease__.. Call and see the photographic views at the Florida Savings Bank and Real Estate Exchange,on Ocean street. Gland,Stone in the BlMldcr Colculus,Gravel),Proiaat Brick-

: City Phy sici\n-0; DBKW Jr. Cold Medal____....___ : .43' < 18,897 Decrease--._..... M66 State county and city'scrip' bought and sold at the FLORIDA SAVINGS WINK, dust Deposit and Mucus or Milky Discharges.KEARNEY'S .or V.

; ; roads. It therefore( WncoxtGibbs_____. ;... 15,881 '33.639s Decrease ._ 17,758 7-8-i8-tf Ocean;near Forsyth street.

Resolved That the said resolution )A60 -. i American H._ __._ ___ ____ -
J t of Solomon' Lodge>o.SO-M,'Howes W'.M.; Chan. ,IX -. .I4t8ao < 18.930 Decrease. 4,748 'n V
: :"f the Board of County Commissioners declaring Slot,See.; II. Koopman,Treiu. Krgttlar meetings B&HoW'C_' ....;._ ..- 13QI9. ., 14,907 Decrease-.__ 988 .

', ', I that the road leading across Little let and id AVeiue'dsyi of each) month.Duval Remington Empire.-_._._ ,':9t83' : ; '4,982Increase" ::___ 4020r TOBACCO CIGARS
; Lodys No. t&-oR. Wa g ie, W. )I.; B.U. Threncc-------____ ; :' '' '
\ 1 Cedar creek, where the Hart's road 'Webster Sec.; D. Jones, Tyler. Regular meetings ; 8/060 I5i793 Decrease___ 6,833 'V

i- : '" crosses the same to the log landing, be 1st and 3d Mondays of rach month.' Davis___'. __._____ $,86z .. ..., : 11.376 Decrease__ ',srs V EXTRACT BUCHU

j I t' considered a neighborhood road and J"ebon%iUeCI-.pterNo.l1.E.A.M-J.8.Drlgge, Motor...............-.--..__ ,446 u,90r Decrease- 4,555 ,. ,
M. E. B.l' -;n / V. '
: that the creek be regarded as an ulnr rarrtingslact, M.Dowie,8ee tiidty of;each D Jone.Euard.month. 'lirg. Clees_._.__________ 3,458 .6,053 Decrease___ ',XI5 'PIPES : Permanently cures a3 Diseases of the

;f' J"i 1 creek.with the proviso that.no parties open lama uns.Coatma.ndrry No.J-J. 8.' Driggs E. ._._____-__.__._ ..._ 3,430 311' 1" Increase-.-.__- 3,118 ,' AND SNI1FF -, >.'. : .; ;. .

,, C.; 1>. C. Uawkiof Beoorder. Begular meetings let tna,J. E. BramesdorC..,....___? 3,081 '4,26a Decrease___ 1,181 : V .: 4 I BLADDER KIDNEYS. 'AND DROPSY,
: shall blockade the In V ..
stream 'any manner and Tuendavs of each montb.8T4TE V. ., '" ." CAL SWELLINGS '
'.. :k.f but that all rafts of logs shall be OFFICERS. .1 '. IFAMIIYMACHINE ,, ::i 'I\'i ,

f moved be and Grand Master-A. J. Euiwtll Jacksonvtllo. : : AT WHOLESALE BY V...
as rapidly as possible OUR V VV VV .
Grand Deputy AtasUr-D. (Wilson.. Tallahassee.r. NEVV '. .. .. V Eoislioj in men,women and chUdna,
:"e luu slime is hereby rescinded, repealed :! Grand-Warden-E. P. Jordan, Fernandtna. : '. . !-.r.i' : .3. V S V J. .'. V : '.

; '. ..- ., and declared no longer' In force, and Jr.Grand Warden B. Wasgate,Jarkoonville.3rau Ess'mil.! ) f. V :a' : L. KNIGHT, V I NOV MATTER
P.licIples-StpIicky: B. &OO. WHAT
.! J TriSsuriT-D. L. Oakley. Montiocllo.irand Embodies New and Construction: Ease oO.Peia 'on; Uniformity of Precise ; : THE AGE!
r the said ,
.:. : that neighborhood road Is Secretary-D.C. Uawkins Jirksonvillc.hund Action at, any Speed: Capacity Range and Variety'of Work,Fine or Coarse .
I' .. discontinued, which was unanimously Chlpl.ln-Rev.John Penny.Graud LEAVING ALL RIVALS BEHIND.!. -
!!!i .: ; .. Tjlir-David Jones,Jacksonville. S.- :1'; ; BAY STREET between, Laura and VV Prof. Steel says: hOne bottle of Keara.y's riiM
",: Aboptcd. DISTRICT DEPUtY GRAND MAHTKRS.st ,'r __ S(.' : : Hogan combined.extract Buchuis" worth more .than an other Buchu
': ;.i. ..J ;A petition! was'pr scntcd from John District. -U. U.Alderman Manann :- vPrice "' .

: fil: 1'ickett and others citizens I 2.1: Keeven battLoh_ -, Jacksonville Florida.. ,. One Dollar DwEo.3ewrSibipoT Bottle Los Fire
.i' i thirty-seven 3d B. D.Taylor Live Oak.i i TEST, :THE SINGER, BEFORE PURCHASING ANY OTHER. Do1IaD. .

: residing on the north side of Six 4th ." J.S. Drigg.Jacksonville : ., ,, 4-r.bW3U1 V I ; V
5tb W. II. Loug,Ool .. .
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: '. Mile and Tront Creek and the vicinity ,bib"' .Z. 11. Ma>on. Orange Spring. j S TERMS, EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT. .A.< : c. ; ST.. NEW YORK,

7lh" Prank Branch Tampa. : :
; tLcreol that the road established TO-BE ,A PnraMan ill
showing endante
', CHAPTER B.A.M. -. ; : and advice .
f t : ) July 7th. 1873, from'Jacksonville Irand JiUrh Piic.t-M. Itowes Jllcl.0l1rille1 .; .give. '. V
Deputy Grand High l'rietit-J.I. Dri gi,JocV ou- : .
'. to Braddock's Island, leading across! ville.Gmnd. The ( ...JUI. n.uu p5 R lantrrn iaii.-ca
King-B. O.Aloermsn. Msrianna. Singer ,Manufacturing Co. -

4 ,said creeks, is incomplete trim the want Urand 8cnbe D. C. Wilson TaIIahi.see.Oratd ",. /i i' ; -"

':-I xf bridges over said creeks; that there Tt'l"Wil.lnl'-W.ODD A.FELLOWS.Young Jacksonville. No."172f BROUGHTON ST., SAVANNAH, GA,. DRY GOODS DRY GOODS!!1 1. V DRY GOODS'I 5 S
'. .. : ._ TO THE
p.- are" oT / .v V ,
no 'public .means. crossing the VMtita. Lodge No. 1-Wm. H. Oook N.0.; 8. M. S C. : .

: the same, and the people residing in the Tucker-; U. 8. Kcgular, meeting., every' .Tuesday GEORGE W. FRAZIER Agent A. VOSBURGIT, .Manager. -' V C CLOTHINGCLOTHING' ; : J! CLOTHING !n! : '

t.t.TEMPEn .
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''fi part of the county have to Dnvl Dltiiiion >o. 1-Ucnry Kane N. P.; Ocoo. '- .8.r6tf.JACKSONVILLE..FWRIDA. : ,.. ." ." .>, : : ': .: : : .. .
i $ travel twice the distanco around to get W. Fraricr It. S. Regular metrtlngs every Thurs = --S V V OF BOTH SEXES.
j : night at Good Temf'lar'all&lI '. '' V V ,
day Uoeg's Block. ESTABLISHEDINT1868I -
:. lo the courthouse, and in a\ bigb'state Jicknonrille Lodge of Good Templar No.1-BoF. : : ; .;.. 'f'. .. : During the.next. V NO CHARGE 'YOR'ADVICE AND
Ward W. 0. T. tIA. '
W. V
; Beueing Jl. S. Meet
jk' of Iho water 'they are .not unfrcquently Wednesdiiy evening in lloea's Hall(3d floor every : -""" ": S : TATION. V
: Itewue Lodge No.2, 1.0.G. T.,(East Jackwrille 'J" f 'f '. ; :" ?/' !
.j prevented from crossing by the bridges ) t.d.. :; -
; : 'K. ,
-11..H. Wibsu-r. W.O T.; C. M. Jonas, W. U. S. .J \. PERCIVAL'., :' : H2XXX DA'Y' :
.f :: being swept away on the road around. Meet tvii-y*vtning at Grove JlaLceir the ,henroad ; : DII. J. B. DVOTT graduate of Jufferwn Medica
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.".t J. & .li-'i'f
brldire._ .n. S <' :. College, Philadelphia author of several valuable works,
:i 'j That the opening of roads and cslabJishtueuf : -j ;- u FIRE DEPARTMENT. SUCCESSOR TO J. IL ROWELL.. :,. t'r. : I .! I. rntl can be consulted on all diseases of the Sexual Urinary -

:f ; I I of Chief: Engineer-J.mes IL lloey. S > : will.offer.for.sale mystock of Clothing, DryGoods",&c.&c., at", ;, i. rgans, (which he has mode an epccial Vttuly}
bridges on the j A i
same through tat Assistant- Joseph Marzyck.8tvam I' either In male or female BO matter Cum what cause or-
,; the'county;"beneGta th itjofTackion- Fire Engine)echabi,'*-Thos.J.Mott,Foreman .. .' 4 r :i --r; : ':i.; ; : I'r .'"V iginating or of how long standing, A practice ofyea.i 3*.
,' M.t : .*S P .. ...1) V ;-'r ; ; LOWER FIGURES'TH.A'N"'EV.ER *eaatfcj him to treai'diseases with success: Cms-'
; yule well affords Etna; steam Fire Engin*-Wiliam! Foremu. : guaranteed. Charges reasonable.
i as convenience of Bsja, 4' f ; tU t Those at a .
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Alert Hose No. 1-0. C. Yandergrilf. Foreman.hcenis < ,.. .> ': ; 'I;*nI. ( V can.forward letter describing sj mptoms and enclosing

I -., ::1 \ tnivel-to citizens in other parts of the 'Ameticui Hose Hook No.and 3-A.Ladder.. ItusMil Co.,-Foreman.T.'A. Wilson:', -- ,\ ''W: '. : :,.,4; ,..1'-. : ; ;'1.- -, j i In'order to close, out stock'. n'a d.iG.t ; sump to pay postage S

1:1; '.' county and country,- and xlemands' tho Foreman. : I' :. :,. I ". ; > .. . ... ; VV \ t J: "D. BUCKY Send Lethe, C./,Ii//> AA. Price roc .
r .; attention of the County Commissioners. BANKS. ." *. : : t Southern Bazar 'Bay street "
1 i Frecdman's Saving's Bank, corner of Pine and : : .:: i Jt. v, VI! Jacksonville. '
That the petitioners have annually to Torsyth streets J. W. Svaim, Cashier. '. 3 I t.y ;f.,; V B. J."'DYQTTi SL p.,,,
D.O.'Ambler'*Bttiking House,' Bay street,.1\n. "'r' : t.-- ; V :: : 4' 5" :'. ,
:: pay, and )have paid,their, $tat, and )axl"'l. t&hipr. .. ? nr .- f' .V... V Physician.and Surgeon,104 Duane St.N. Y.

.' and have K. W. bonny, Banking House Bay street corner n: > i 1 ,. R--l--j-'. .. SAVE ;MONEY V SAVE TIME! TAKE 'COMFORT.ROYAVL'VTRS.'R. .
county jtaxes, never received of ..
back' : benefit Ocean.nOTELB.. ., ," t { COFFINS AND UNDEg'AKER31tE.TALL1'C
I any therefrom. from the Grand Nations, Day atreet, near Julia,Oeo. Mc- ;'J T DEALER IK S :, .r .. .4 "

I county; and ,now ask the appropriation Ginl I'ruprietor.. '
Metropolitan Newcan btreot near Biy, I. B. n
: by the County Commissioners of $500 ropui, Proprietor. '
for the Ooeun Hou.". Ocean ctrcct near Bay Mi*. O.IluQnRtoo. / BOOTS SHOES LEATHER ,PORT ; .. : BURIAL CASES,
i co.nstruction'of .
bridge across ProprietrccH. .', .. ._: V '
1 Six: Mile.creek and offer said Ptoti'l Home,corner Fonytb and Cedar streets ',M" '" .- '. AND
they '
upon W. :
: appropriation being made and furnished :: AND FINDINGS ,
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.; that the petitioners will contribute J "
a like Collector of Uustoms-J. R. SCOTT. _

; I Amount in labor,timber' and other materials Deputy: Collectcr-C. W. BLKW. ; :' -1WILL: KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND :, .:.. : 'NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS.
IOlpecLc of cu.tom.-E. ,
; j for said work. Which wan referred Postum-ter M. CHENEY. : / 'l' I : ; '
Collector of Internal Itmvenue-.A. ,.J'A? .
j to committee ;
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consisting of Cojnrais- Surveor-Ganeril-.J. -
,. 1 1. S.0uger-THP3. McMURUAY.IT. .. ) I '. ; : : ..:!* tt'ff *-V -' I. V. *i .II"pjassaagei V'V V
hones Fortune and .
iTho Assessor of Taxes being; presentbut Judge-PHILIP FU'ISKIL ,. { ; : ' TRADE -'- ," .- 'V : ; r. make ; .Close] :; Conneotion TV :, AND QUALITIES
Attorney-J. B. C. DREW. ,
reporting that the assessment roll Is Kuahal-8.00I' h I ) V V VV V LADIES"AND c -LDnN'S
Att.'r. And strict attention to business; and the of the will endeavor share Othe1rp1OIiag'e.Goons I. V' V S V : ROBES,
by want public to merit '
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j: ,completed 'Uerk-J. E.TOWNSEXD.U. ( I. '- : : YfA"TUE' V V I : V 5r"! j., V S EMBALMING.DQNE WHEN REQUIRED.
B. In ., 1 '
Register Doulkrapky-F. FHA8ER.TJ ,: ,.i'lit. V "\ V .: ALSO
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Mia ordered That tho consideration SEN'I'BYIAIL' EXPRESS .' ..A ; _
of tho equalizaton' of assessment of real B. BE'EBE, i .?* / *. To aU parts orth Slate.. '.. *. v>. "'. ,-. ..

.estate.ol the county.be.contllued.until. B.\Y and STS. : : ; 'O}. ., MANTELS.
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,' ; 1 Tuesday the 18th day of August, instant. JL JL e. i i j. c.1IARCHITECT.\ -.j t w.' .,:., .' 1" ,, ', :'. SLATE HEA'R.11Ig.-&c.,

: Ordered. That the Board adjourn until i / ; J.U.NORTON-; .. ,. > .:, : i .' ".s.H. OOKER.:' ? ." r' .. h--' .. ..ANDRAIBI5LOAD: .: MANUFACTURED XQ BORDER:

Tuesday the 18th day of August instant. ROOM No... MASONIC JJUILDLN'G, .. Attorney al Law' and Notary, Public.' 'f. : ( : ? ..'. .; ANDFOR.SALBBY
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: : TUESDAY,.August 18th,.J874. tW36-i92WS3-io* JufktonvilU.FtorUa.TC7M. i NORTON .& KOOKER. 'it i' } . -.1 j. V'V .. ,.CA VIN: : M 1

..1 The Board met pursuant to adjourn .I DZALUflI a.: :" :' ,- .,{. :,'; :'rV! v iAugustaAtlanta: ; Chattanoogn, Memphis; Nashville; Louisville! -Cincin.natl fonitbStred.betwtanLnuraand tw361QtJ V 'Hogans'.:Florida. V .
: jnent. Present President Hoeg, Com \? &) ARTHUR Av.BIRNEY.i(> i i.iTTORNEYSi )' : : ( :' : ': ,.. | ,St.: Louis,::Chicago, and all points North,.South, .East :: afld, West.;. .V ; ,V'. J .SS.-r--..

ii .. jnlssloners Eells Fortune and J oes. REAL, ESTATE--: .
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A"quorum:present.The . .

Assessor.ofTaxes J. C. I | n OF ALL KINDS. '? 1 > J''l ',,'" 'TRAIN. LEAVES. DAILY AT "9:30 'A.' M. ::B U .t k :

: : Grceley,: STREET. .- NO... 330, ,, 1 ; i i. >. :.:'I. .. f R 4. :J1 S E .; .

t tr Esq., having, on this day informed the i WASHINGTON'CITY." ''..' GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, representing! the. following .companies '. ., .WooD .COFFINS: V V '

Board that the Assessment .Roll is cot ; .1 PASSENGERS HOLDING TICKETS ,BY'OTHER' LINES CAN GET THEM

t yet completed for tho final action of the I .SUMMERS, V V FRANKLIN OF PHIt.ADELPHIA.CONTiNENTAL With combined-V assets of over ; !'F' \r--A., ..EXCHANGEp'(.thereby avoidiDg delay i iri SaTanriah-AT. ,.
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:H( Board, : ; '. 1 OF. NEW, YORKL.V7'l( J--: -i/ ;>Au .. I S ; V. :
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Jl it ordered That the I AtTORNEY-AT-LAWf MA.' NEW YORK V S J : : 'BREN'S TICKET OFFICE '
Board as..a, .t -i> !U-V ,V 7'0'00 0'00 .. .. ,' -_
Board of Equalization of Assessment of: ALSO NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER PENN.;OF.PHILADELPHIA, ) r- :' ;. I 1 "I .. .; .

!J Real .Estate be' continued to ,the next' U. S. CIRCUIT COURT. V ,: .. V 21 BULL'STREET, SAVANNAH. GA. -. AND ','

M regular meeting ot the Board and that, Offices.Poll's building.I .. LOANING'MONEY' ON REAL. EStATE AND" CONVEYANCING. ,A '. V :VV ". i ; : ... ... CASVKVETSV.; ; .
: I . .SPECIALTY.V .L'J'' -(i. '. .
a : thoBoard, adjourn until that day.f .' i iL. _/ I'V > i -< .C.dV ,'j't-' > ._, 'i"1STH"tCTL5Y,4aBiE5LlfABLE ROSS- -ilARBLTTRONTBLOCK; NEARLY
1 f MONDAY Sept. 7tb, J874, 1 ..' .J..UltIlG. : 'We give below a few"of.the many' hoice'places rJpte;byrusj ;V '.' : .INFORMATION 'FURNISHED : V om ITE OLD. STAND, .
..,;r1J3I1Na. !, ,. .. ,..J.. AJf } V j ". ** t 4* t.. / < i i t. iJHfc rm Z i 11* .?!j...
1 This being the ,day of tho regular; T7LEMING < I'No.:n.' TwoHtory'house on Ashley street:near St. ; *"?. Dunlawton Plantation:'on HalUax'river. i vu W' *.'> cv.n. I'i j '' '..'. ." ,. .t'-/'f V>:< f \ I .Bay. .S: ., .Jac, sonTflJefrjiFla. ,'

?', mtetlng of the Board, the Board\ met..: 1 /&, DANIEL, .' James neighborhoods[ Hotel.In pleasantly the city; situated haute Unew in,one with dthe sic rooms best seven MOO acres.miles 1,150 north acres of Mosquito rich hammock inlet;at lying Port Orange miles; ._.:.u.r"rJI'.. ._..'' .,. .... .., ..,.'1U.... ..'. .DAILYFrom l.". .PAp17RS, '.. .".." r"" .\.. .:.,.liJ.J, ....- V ',J ,) G TEFPR,5.T.

; Present Commissioners Eells Fortune plenty of,dOl.etlfand.cood servant's room; lot Jjj x from river'jt> acres>high;shell lead,*knrneiiatciy V V
TTOR FYS. T.LA.W.. 'oj leer good Jcacc. good sidewalk and the street the river bank having front of about one fourth mile.on foljowingicities.ojj flla qyerj d$y, FREE TO EVERYBODY: Boston, ..-. ; ,'.
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and Jones. A quorum'present.Xn shelled: grapes'bearing; a fine lot of young orange with'i large, twe-. ory.frame uae 18.rooms,nearly ,.'. V -jNevr. York, Philadelphia, BalUincrei Francisco,.Chicago, *. AUGUSTINE.TflB. .-,. T '
Orric: Jtce4..D1ock, Oceai'and: Streets tree flowers and shade tree growing; thriftily; good. dished house the / .' V "' '
,.1 -' corner Cay ; ; commands,1cw of ri rand ocean ; St.'Louis Cincinnati and mariv :
: others
Commissioners Fortune' ).cbollvUl-, SW-B ft beck perch, wbid1 COy*** ad I is surrounded .with.large bearing;orange tree, d..V ib/ S4 iill1 ;. .I''T V .. .. ; V .V ,.; < .
and E I..I-t Will be sold Clleap. < ome 75 to too in number; good well,and a cistern '
: ::1 Commissioner' Jones was : ) 1- -. 'N. B To-capiulisU Vdesiring.big thlcg"'there that hold* 1,200 gallon*,in yard r:thoroughly ditched .Quick Time:and Sure\Cormcciions\ vt
;, called to the chair, < i,I a fine opening in Sprligfield 1 ajf* thousand doUaM ana drained; canal from sugar-house running to the : ; '-. '
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river for
A r V will go a great Way Just new.For particulars esquire transportation of crop Immense quantities of iV.5.g: liaV
h-appearing..tkat4herelLmucILbust.., J.a, <; I Norton&Kooker comet Oceaa ". wild orange tree*oo the place 'the soil lalimllar0 the- .
and'Bay best lands tof ; ; .'))1 j'J(( S'V ; V: -, : : : .1 .. ,'; I. t..;: .r: .l !. ) t--- .' -
sugar CUM which
to it I is

.' ness oflmportanoo before the Board' in I .,. ",>lTTORNEYl AT'LAW large!NO.room 74. A rand Hx,utcheni"*1Jt.asrDItJCc-.I.douUtfibay windov. SxtIL on-SU the choicest limestone U abundant.4 .Tb1 place U really fully one equal of the: ..""", ... ...., .'..'. ,. .,..' : ''J I., ''JNOr' W.HOWELi.. .. J ,/-ff/J Ui'JL IWM uie regular! W' "
: 'connection with the and ; ',' places In Florida, and was known a*. such be between Jacksonville*,.,
public double" .
double V
large parlors, plain on the south '
neigh ,
-l fore the war.N. .iv '"": ft'I .: '1.IlJ: nL. "1II..V ,.J..1! : .. V 1 SV
: '. ell'Hoef'iIsIocV : commanounroM 411'D&> finest view I JacltsonviUe: : I; ) St.AugnidDeV
oorhood ;
roads'aod ltav V
; bridges of the ; : V V
". county, windows filled with four lights 4o-lnch glass and hung B. Do you want'a" iD I'"lJI'tci hOme. with .VVfJ.USSTV.&VVIHtOWELJ.V) J, !'Freightktlosiriiwe
:> as also !thepomr/lcUonof the equalization with cord and weights#n-puttcys and reaching; to the orange tree and flowers la Florida 'You can get a : : r : ; ; : .: : -VT .freight or passage.
floor,with blind; all cuing*nrV n]bcd with mould. beautiful lot X1$6''fcetto- Springfield high and 'r' I > V \
of assessment of real estate of the, ", J V log and oiled and vamishid, making'a fc**! .) finish\ es1tWW.and within ten minute walk ot the-,. V'V..;. ... .. t D RETAIL DEALERS IN .. ;V. ;V V ippll td 'wjioN: & WHrTLOCK. "
!' ihai.the I.L, ROBINSON, ctdings high walls hard-finished.Ppen stairs, double on which lo mafc*k,for Us ,For particular enquire I' ) fif ll ... ,.' ? : -a UoqvakFU;.
.county, & > : Yreiiden\ the T glass front doors nitioe kxk*..veryt tdor in house of forton& : : '' .11 \ :
'A ; Kooker.
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Board and Commissioner Price are unavoidably aATIOBNEYATLAW china closet,toNplaacr of clothes-presses,bathroom No.. I B4OOI! -lE' ". -S. .H"O" U E' 'j1 S" '. ; to JAMES Sf' AlJiUltie.J'I& .
-'p. of M .p4tt
I ; : hip roof with cupoU, from-Which a charming ; U9., jAtnut acres; .t absent; and 'it' bet i gJ deemed I view ((is to be bad of the city the river and surrounding yek Uad t fine' front on St'John''Tlver-;>two mlle Also. NOTARY PUBLIC. and COMMISSIONER V country f thrte lets;nuking t 51tJ9 feet f good weU t Uf r__nl e."This-is one of the moat'desirable river .' .:(' f J.. E
t 'beat that a full. Board BhaJi;be present, ,. -U. &4 CIRCUIT COURT younade tree started;,half.a mile from postoffice.No. fronts If" In.the'' vicinity of*Jacksonville.-" be divided" : : >: 'T1EIt. &: FINDINGS. ;. f !t, ..f .. .*eblItI... ..! a."I.:1-.u X'. :;1': I
ii omce NoU.ri.onlc1lJoc1t. J' ,orsalsitabargJa. ,-- Sj
jnpon the consideration said matters, : 'NT', large .t'wo-ttorv-V ousewhhtenV No. : "r." V. ..Y'j"'t,' : ; : :, V ULES OF PKACTICE N
:. .96. A targe 146.S acres oa Arlington river adjoining the .j'd' V ., : 11"11'. V..J ..,.J' V.V .
; therefore, on motion of Commissioners rooms r thoroughly built and finished fat finwateatrl: Florida Home eooulning the ; VV V V V :
r Eells and A o. WIGHT" ".. S I with twelve feet ceilings:..one. acre of grouad ooWred at.barga'a.' oldineyard.r VS For sale ..A complete assortment:of :NeW York'and- IMaaelpKld fine; L tjris V V S
Fortune .
with thd(trees and flowers pleasantly located rwhhln ; .. .r V > VV '; rn.e'J' .:lo il.t't'T .i1W'JUsf
five minute walk of the railroad'1'tPrice ..0. 147. Mrr oroiJTAjir'Ho1r; u_" Tlils Iladow Go'ods'alwaysorthancL' V : -: "
; Jt if ordered That the Board ATORNEYAT1AW, too adOJIeCCI

_ .' ..a.until I Monday next, the 14th day adjourn of Sep Reed's Block. JUyStt.JscksonvilU." Fli.i 'oo o&j..! '400,,balance;'i esifldrs on iopg_:time.county/oie'iail(f desired,,, *' from centrally firsts-lass.located hous,built tov every ef'the best respeO.Frecch.71
6PII" umber." instant. .j'. ,'.. i : i TH practice I U t;different t cocns of the SetltL'Col.lecuoos .V MtlonvUle. Price, Is per acrev terms; .V apply_, .to'Norton. & Kooker.V ._ V'I MiSs. s '' (Jltr rrriIa" :S1oes.;.! tJO,' 'AJ ',: I : .tt: ': : o: 't--(act i'olS6i> Ti) :now i'l in force''I all'V te. 1.n. 1.

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colored OCEAN AND BAY STS4 JACKSOJIVIUJ:: LL *U iiifc : do. J h V5191w
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