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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 19, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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THE NEW SOUTH.ytj1j3flED and not in obedience a prescribed The QROCXXIKS .
AND
law. The chrqn was ,11nk.own'in'Pal- the ; capacity FXOVXSIONS.I R'A vyRI&
governing In the have
effective
portionof
power more
WEDNESDAY AND scouring Tor e. of .
EVERV dredgin
estine in the of fmachines: in
days Moses ; arthis the, river under working
the
s.qTURDAY.rLRJ1 influence.of the. As the sectionaJ- re :of its channel .
period the people of Asia were not, tide well that earth no'more favorable in character MPORTANT TO ,EVERYBODY. lUamia. Back?.asnrtauu
as
,. .as above tidal reach and, for.some
: OFSUBSCtJPTIONZ ,: adjoining ; considerable 'which --- ---------
Per yet civilized enough to think of transporting Is erroneous which is from distance bar or locality ran ,up to and, in .
rt'UItLn ",f 3 JO annum.Ke proved from the is uniform connecting i instances .
or mow cop..f each; and an extra copy the plants of one country to his fact : that .rivers, (of.which.there its tidal! water into, exceed the amount 'of one If you wUk a genuine anki*.ia the,way of,Gem JACKSONVILLE.PENSACOLA AND,
club aCteD received at one time. a regulated thousand cubic ,
0 7 yards
be ICIIt
.uJ another land and their per' day The "
I needs and are'numerous instances in which the Wi-.Upton ftc.go to
null MfoscKber*. f i per *nmim Ten ), energetic current, made to do 'its claim Oa and after
topUsfurs eachj Twenty :e*. >i.6o; Fifty cop-: luxury were not sufficiently enlarged volume,of water has remained undf- work and to do.i it in t the right place, cubic manufacturers yards nine .hundred -.,. .! .,}. L TOCNI. I will run as iaUows t1NDAT: KAY I' *$ In -

ia, f 1.40 each. I to create such interchange trade mID shed, the depth of lessened the. channel the as a days work. Even '
water
is over bar i is of greater this at the lowest ,' _! '" PASSENGER TRAINS
WEST
ADVERTISING RATES: among each other. .But.it i is surprising by the abstraction of tidal space. depth, 'and 'wifl'cbntinue to' price,:adopted in the I SAVANNAH AND TALL pAILYTMTORAHASSXSV
.ft co per Inch or kss.first Insertion S! did remain so ,estimate, is one hundred; cent. in '
HH-WKKIY. that the per
each subsequent '. 50 cents. I Jews,. not know ..thisplan't Bars It'the mouths of rivers, are.inmost as long'as the conditions affectingthe. excess-margin sufficiently broad If.you wi h.to tak recnatioa ia-a good fame oBilliards. .taftJ.. ckovrllk *f M and.. ).

tt'nctv. >'.,1 per Inch w leM'first n tiosubtequent : e after return from Babylon and 'instances, made by the currentsin ebb' tidal force in' these' rivers remain meet all to .gotaj,a.TOGNI'S Saloon.Bay street. I. .1JaWw&-:1O Lak.Citr- SS /
possible.contingencies. .7:10 a.
a
m eruon,75 cents.5fitci it is still more astonishing that they the sea'wearing away the coast'and ;. Anlftatu Oak..sad ; '
unchanged.It > IJ.C
.l K.ti: t,to cenu per line. I did know of it at the of Respectfully s submitted, 4' _' .. ,' .. *Madison _.._ 6. ..
beginning depositing the material l where is **
Tex*: CASH m ADVAMCK. points ; a noticeable fact that rivers "' ''CHARLES F.SMITH ,. Mooticcllo.Ttflah. .._ t r.JIa
Address ADAMS CARRUTH & CO., the Christian era. The Sep u31int counter currents neutralize their force. along the coast inwhich: the tide flows 1 "S "' -., -VT -_-_, -- '') '
i Civil tjaincy _. .
Jacksonville.Florida. who made the .versionof, the Bible Their ; fi- Engineer.. ;Imported Bass'Ak on draajht.; Caa5r1tTsJ.BTOONIatthsMsuapolizaaBllUaxdSslo. -- _,.-_- mopni
change .in configuration Js dependent freely and iscsj, the highest in.like' ArriraatOuUtaaoocl. _- _'_* .. .

i two hundred and sixty-six ,years' after, upon the action of this force distances, ,have the deepest-waters on .. MISCELLANEOUS.MELLONVllfcEi .. PASSENGER. ,TRAINS' EAST S,fOAILY.'K" PROM

TREATISE ON THE CITRUS.TV the return of the Hebrews to' Palestine as i it,is, increased: by storm ,of wind.. t their bars This I thenatul':1l.: result .. .,.... : . 3- ,.,gzt 4./1 ,th; < ,_' '-il h. .TALLAHASSEE; '" ) fOR_ _SAVANNAH_ l'Pt ..,t.. .7 .''"

fuHowing arttkun; -the Citrus jire.copied tram; renders the word' Hadar byHhe and (rom' the,,uQsublcicharacter( :of t pericffp eoTiIie ebb'.tide LE' Ho.u '; -CLARK ;' '. Laftn.i.bo.. : ..
On Hoa JwwrttjuARwutSowTMLAitB.rfNewOrleans same paraphrase that thrlatefVer'sdnmakes i the'barsj; which'only require a'disturbance "current.Nature., :MWD. ; JOHN 1 t.' IDCJ'__- '__ .
for which journal they were translated from r use of: '"TIz fruit af the finest of force does : I. :Tr.n4a1.v.--I__ r.JIIJp_
that occur having J 'i' :; '
the French of GSOKOB GAU.BSJO. We commend the "' especially already performed_ fi FORWARDING- : 'Vo.u.llo.._ _____j4s.
JiHiiHAL at intnnucally valuable ana specially adapted!: tree; 'and tlie Evangel which cdn on: the coast of:.Florida,'.to materially -, Nassau what' ,would be' required* by oriAO'COthTy, .. FLA.-' '. ."! Live MadboD 0..1r_- _" :_- 7:10

10 Southera needa.'CHAPTER IV. j tains:'numerous allusions to the palm' ,'! derange the already existing xpensive'artat St. 'Johns, does .-ax '.,' .0. LabCk7Sf.andit. t:1O a aK ,93Q] .
the ,fitr. and other 'trees never! en H BaJdwIa. a m and .
so man channel. CO 9:00 a.tO a
HISTORY. OF THE CITRUS. 1 practical common. senseor, sound 3<>-5:'y .1. LlUTE; ,Proprietor. MMISSION'MERC1IArr. Arrlreat JacksopTilU ,... oi5aasi -'5
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F. cays word about the,c tron. / The motive power of running water policy suggest this 'as" the route' 'andlanto '' .

Ketearche on the" Gurus-A T1CLfc Tree-I.Indigenous in Media This plant, howevet, was known at i is gravity, therefore the, motion' 'of p adopted to 'make Jacksonville ,. ;: fl--' AJQ BIALXX IM; '" TRAINS TO ST. MARKS.-.. __ :.J:

Naturalised lu i'aleUme.iB Grace and in Italy- his period to the Greeks, and The- rivers depends upon the slope of their a permanent port' of for RIDDELL..-: ,;: kocEgI. :. PROVISIONS. .: G41N. Cr3rsTbuiidays tu SatnTdaytuJ.
t ochs of these different Transmigrations.Many 'entry -" '. .".' .. LeavaTiAniTCUTaOaha.".__ .-._."_,
centuries passed before ophrastus gives a description of'it, in surfaces, ,varying inversely as":the area vessels.of heavy burthen,.and at a cost FERNANDINAFLA.! ,, .HHA'Y..' SEGARS .,**.' J. i paAzth.stSt.M.x4'n: .a. :,
man which nothjng could be-wished. for o their section.. In connection with which Lea..Sc.I Jb'J '
with'jts 1
compared '" r
I :
importance 1 p.
Sole Agents for Florida for '
united upon the same soil the differ more precise or'more truthful.! This these well 'established> principles, I can only be considered insignificant .S. IUEL'T: RIDDELL. Proprietor. .,. "' : _, *.. ** .i ,._. ;, .. 11
cut plants which were scattered over' after A vczin'Chemical. .Paint,and JlOBtt-r.W.l.LJn..H
philospher 'wrote the death '
of examine
!
and :
p propose to briefly the various should be j .1 : "
no, '.objection j ItO the mat .
the globe. For a long time he con '43-Splendid bathing.. ; Acocnw u4 Gea1Sapc. .
tented himself with the Alexander, whose conquests had mul- plans, and suggestions for the improve- early prosecution and completion ofhework 43-Magnificcat drive of eighteen miles on the finest S White'Patent Uoney Drawer,' H. L. KACEE.apt..1 : .. 51
productions plied the knowledge of the Greeks of the St. John'sbar t : .. Ajentlbr "" .
: Atlantic beach49Refresning'sea ..
which nature him so abundantly '" & ,' ;' t. '. : Buckyi5llabootrnd. ilioe dkapejL -
gave about the regions of Asia situated beyond First L sTW ,
.t
Closing outlets near its moutho I A,route connecting this Inlet with IIRCIa. .' LIZZIE BAKER..>. '. -
his but ,
in peculiar
country ; so soon -
the Indus in which this fi ,
plants increase the \
volume of water acting ttie St. river of "S
civiluation had enlarged his desires Jons by way the Saw : VOLUSIA. C.,.& J.'S RAILROAD.
as
hii necessities, his knowledge .And its, indigenous. This i is what he says: upon the bar, would avail nothing, Pit, Sisters and Hannah Mills''Creeks OPEN DURING THE. 'SUMMER. .,f' : -xn' 4, A., ,, .. ? ..fjrKXY3.

"All the, country* .situated in the for the reason1 that the water which, 'has been'surveyed and 'the cost fully -' .. do, .J";'',I 1flOM. "" '.,,3_ _
complex: relations, he put all the climates East and South produces plants and flows into these so-called'outlets from estimated for a canal having a' sectional 'S BOARD:. ;. Van BnmttRro's., Line SaOinf Packets.. nUANDDlA ro aDAJt ..

of the earth under tribute to animals peculiar to itself. Thus in the.main. river, meeting the tidal'cUr. width at the waterline of Pada.yj;, -, -' .S .. .'Sz.s FROM NEW YORK. : -' ".". .' yilxdfi&teonm .

enrich his the native soil, of which he Media and Persia, among many other rent from the sea about midway of the feet in.the marsh, cuts, and the'' 125 full Per week, ,-' ,bis to JISAWSatisfactory ';I't-iriil: Bay* Street.kAiRBANKS.] i ic ; ', .._. _. .' ,4t, ". '.. MOTM.. .OI' ,.rr-rw.MMtnu
multiplied resources, and the capacities made with .. 'F' .dI .
families.Fice
is the arrangements 1 : ; -- .. $12.
productions called channel is "
plant r.3Sp.
Ap- ..
returned
:hroIJ hhis laborious i ; again to the riverhrough width.of the creeks where'used.. ::Yt Con." _-_ To1S" :.-.1'
industry: jlcs of Persia or Media. This tree has t the same passage, giving all ;.DESCRIPTION'OF.ROUTED livery"ccotnmodaiions.. ''Ba1dWiA{ _' ':>_9:i.' ._.,"501-
seethe fruits of Asia > .
><' we grow side, ,like the ----,"P .,..a.P3..
eaves nearly urslain (Por- the force or effect would after ; Starte. '
have hadit Open
t bv side with those of Europe and Navigation is confined to the' Nassau June m under above,terms., -111I- .J' -. 1z:37 '.1 la
Aft ); it bears sharp needles spurs, i been confined to the present conformation river.from the.bar, a distance of _a_ I., Archer--Gamevln. I: o "Jc
nca, and new trees growiugoriginafly; 3I0p" 9:4w
li ike those of the pear and, the1 thorns of the river. four HOTELJACKSONVILLE'FLORIDA .
; miles
(4) the -
to mouth the METROPOLITAN 9:045
in far distant take GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS XcJset
regions, come: to but which'are{ C.dat 6Ia.cON1f'PI"'M
sharper, more slender Second, The plan of contraction, Saw Pit Cree'bstructed.bya small .
the place tof less useful native ; r
The citron, the lemon' and ones.the and tougher. Its fruit is not edible, to effective' must necessarily: extend bar)) it then enters'a channel, ,havinga BAY STREET..']JACKSONVILLE.. FLA.. At tnN, t I r.lJs=. .

orange but if i .has .an exquisite fragrance; to the outer limit of obstruction, of twelve (12) feet and Ctiariftton a4-Ssvs.aa3),MoMbj at 4 a. urstemMr
are the last among exotic plants has alto its over, WQ remain during the Summer far the : Dictator from CbarlestoB mod Sa aMt h,TWwbf at
leaf which is open accommodation
works :
of charac.
: requiring substantial
whicb; have veryodoriferous and following in 'a westerly direc- 'I, .Alwais'keeps oahaad .. 4 m.m. With tteamcr Lizzie Bakr from l.
: come to embellish our and has the power of r ter,1so placed as not to be ton( 's1 tithe tiaTeffint public and cUlrem generalry: Bnawick.a St. -..)aqda,_6 JJa; for
gardens with their fragrance and swept'away, ghtly diverging from the river ; DAY;CORN; oATsBRM1.cROuNL. Ikcae poinb oa Friday*.at.8.a. .. ':
keeping moths cut of clothing. It is and wrongly 'plated works will often for about half a 'mile where a turn i$ .. at FEED, PEAS, CHICKEN-FEED,' :.' As BALDWIN...It. J P.a 11'L x.nu.Jack.
beauty ; placed by nature in icry different of great use as an antidote td themselves Prices Greatly Reduced." "' PORK LARD BACON.SHOULDERS mrdll at 4:07 p. S3rne1EelDM9c.s.M.
climates became known poisonand I supersede by pushin'their made to the South, still continuing'in At C.AU4I.SYILLI;,with in-fneUy ra0G fc.
they I to correct fctidity of breath. A bars before them as they are.extended. the creek'a further distance < ., Tampa;;with stage line fcr 1Ne, *ou .rin ,-.T'amlas
of
three- .' '
to Europeans, at different fardisuut ; HAM and F rktar* : : "-*
epochs j juice is made of its lUlP0.some sort: i The circumstances in this.instance'demand RATE PER DAY. $1.30. ; At CEDAR KEYS- taitb
in intervals, and from the eighths (ti) of a mile! From this "". ; '* FISH, FLOUR ft**Bea I*mdowKM
sequence Orleans
fi ;
of peculiar events. of decoction, and the mouth rinsed I a structure of great extent, presenting point line of,half a, mile in length and l&ral term the.week and month1. HOMINY,MEAL,RICE.I' :Wen and erery Tamp Satarday. Friday r WHh from tfaa afcIUIIcIS?ptice Ota Than-Key

The with It will make the breath agreeable. I objections j i of a financial! character running little.west of south and by '. '* :HECKER'S_FLOUR, FARINA:, dyi.WIth Suataer Cool.fita -Ta C .St.yso tar
citron Came first the passing j t Tampa Mondays. With
across TIle seed is sown in the'spring, in I ,and my, asserting Its impracticability on the marsh BUTTER CHEESE,-APPLES ONIONS Su'wannee'frldays Steucr WaveaocluCE. .
fcrSovaiaee.Tbeaday ?
It in meets the,,creek TABLE RATES' .; *
f vas indigenous Media it BOAJUAT REDUCED "
: : t '
; SYRUPS
fquirkly POTATOES SUGARS
;D.-L
urrows it'iswatered i MAXWZLt.
prepared is in reference.
carefully the
very ; means (afteratsliaving'madea large bend) _. _
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propagated itself through, five six / MOLASSES, ; COFFEES. _S3 Sa
or day's afterward ;; which can be prudently applied to the where its -
channel The of the .
solicited.J
Persia whence'tlie .again resumedfor patronage .public respectfully : TEAS, COCOA,
Hebrews and VabreDas Bac&S
the and Wbdf ?
Greeks early It/arued/ to know it. We, when the small plant has gained a little object. To combat successfully against: a'distance one-fourth (3#) of a ; SNUFF;'-.'" \: :_-_ pamela-. .,_. ..to... .. _L''s _.*.TI_ -.
strength it is transplanted, alwaysin the cause of obstruction,.would require mile. From here the crtek. I- ,.TOCNI.- Proprietor OILS; SOAPS: '
fix .
cannot the. precise period that, i the spring, and put into a soft and I not only time, but an immense expenditure a course'so much out' 'of 'the pursues April,5th.1774!. ."sawJm STARCH; 'BC :iS .ti '
general -
these two nations commenced to cul- moist soil without : : : ;,. o :_' ) t )7"1d.,1 -
being too light,, of I have shown direction of the: : : 'WODE WAR
trvate it and what money. route, that a: line on Genes*unihhilg&ood1l.wt. Bocky-*.''
a culture by iu pTOgres ionihis: because:it'likes such a soil. The citron : that the St. Johns river has a low tidal I the marsh of one mile In length in a .- BK.. .BRMI.srNG.WS '1iVE :S 1f J1. 1R"S.

penetrated. lie countries of I, bears fruit perpetually ; some fill (ion Iaturitywhilst flow which is the*'nataraKresult of its southeasterly direction is' adopted FOR SALE.OR RENT-COUNTRY. ,CNZD GOODS OI.YY .' Q ); :. 41 'J.X & ." tl'-.t

Europe. Su uc.ti as the Hebrews I I: m : others ,are,,buddingout present condition.. Its,esturial character crossing the creetonce: and reaching, :' "' : "..l' -.. {: : .I. lWpjJ ,

Land Were established in their Promised t 1 and others just ready to ripen at' its mouth is not large, and I it again near,the southern terminus of : :r .,5 ::' ,,,ERYIG'. ; 7 :: ,. V.A 4. lf (hOK

trade,with they began to form relations of The fruit ,is. only given by ,flowers, i in fact, i is much,:less in its sectional I the .plac? ,known asi "Gunnison'sCut :H6TELiNDORANGE.GROVI ;: ,,_'. ;. ', : J .t:: J. sad aMONDAAPRxttbe-

They must tie have: Assyrians been the and first P rsians.: which have in their center a sort of area: than in many: places within its ," from which.its.channel is madethejineforadistane FOR.SA'L.E. :OR/RENT/ ,. .: IUCE.ClOY.PIOVION USTK" I (Sundays 1 or acptcd dais BnejrinjaiTe),at t o'clock Shipjard A.m.,far Wharf cIaiJ-
to bring s indle' (elakate), for those which} tidal reach. Alimited amount oftidal .
this beautiful i.lant back and to naturalize have not this faU is received : of half (*) amil'C .' We will tent fer the seasua or sell am easy.terms,.' SELL FOR CSH 'p A'f X kT
,- without producinganything. flow and overthis .
spread when the marsh is ...fI.lv-
it in the fertile of again resumed :) : ;"r '.11; L4); 't"W-t"f .
valleys Pales It is sowed like the palm increased sectional}:' (or"oneeigbth : THEALA CHACO' RANc :'HOUSE; : 'A'AT .
tine. It is, hon'cver area. Any (# ) of a, mile, bring 1 .as he .-
very surprising also, in pierced vases This tree, we further contraction of tidal space,.or ing''the line'to"th 'cr whlcK.con THE' LOWEST TOSSTBOT JFIGURES. ;
C. ;
that there i is not a single in I Vta. UeHonvule.. Orange. ., Florida. i"i "' : I !!!2 .'oIMi '
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passage have 'been, told,Is common. in Persia! any operation of.nature'or art which tinning, pasYFoft George Inlet and Hotel Houses,and
the Bible which mentions it. I have WITH, ,THE FARM ORANGE GROVK.ANDNURSERV Ilerdiaiits.toaen. B ENTBRFRJSB.andfateTniediaulaMnp .... _
and Media. places obstructions at'the ,mouth of ent&Th'the'Sist'rsCr iariled ,
: ek1s" adopted ATTACHED.' ru t C J a '
thought until now, with a crowd of. Virgil .was the first among the,La the river which<'would ''obstruct' from fora' dist nc& f ne and three fourths ,. -, '.' ... : '. ;:/ ; .p1 : .;wuTIeaveasaooeoiil 1 & fw !_

this interpreters and commetators upon i ins'who mentioned the citron;but, he the free influx' or'reflux of the tidal 1 (ifl) miles. Thence on the marsh, Tills..PgOPEwt9SLIGIBLLOCATEDiS r THE,RICHEST CASH PRICES arda days;and Satnrdays' aetu'ii.ZWubeedsW'M4ae-
book, that the tree of Hadar, does' call it : macs/row thebjat' team- : S = -N ;& eeJ'hi ; I :
whose not by this name". ; he designates swell, while I admit would have the nearly :south-west, the line extends PAID 'JJ COtnSTY'TBODUCi Of All!KND: the .
fruits anemo
.
were earned the He Landing'on Lake! Monroe. -
by i : if,'as Theophra ius did, under effect of deepening the : _' ; 4" 'f'' '1.:JtOiCX.A
brews at the Feast of Tabernacles waters. more one-fourth (U) ,of 'a mite,,,meeting a ; ... .. -'
was nothingelse than the .nalJ1. App1e ofIedia. Hesays particularly l the point! of contraction the creek which is followed halfa FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE'CANNOT BE :' I : -

gives seeming confirmation the citron.to What tbis'opinion t.t ls'.a.llTge.tr.ee,- whos$?' branches would 'compensate, byits, 'increased mile! Leaving the ,Sisters,.Creek :at .SURPASSED bines so many-while advantages no part to of the Florida grower conv. WLLSrjN&AVHrrLOCK J : A."Willson,',. ..\.,! ; wuU, ,
.
is the are like die, latpcrpwbose very fragrant depth:* for the ,obstructions this point, .he line,pursuing.. outh- of TROPIC. .FRUITS.Jfaot : i '"lIANGE OF"SEHEDtl'J..tct)1 -

custom of the Jews to leaves never' ,fall tiff, whose thereby formed,within the river; Now Sr westery} direction oD.t the.marsh for..4, -" .UIJ' : ; '";. rr"l.:1I.W!: _

present themselves upon the day of t flower readily, forms its knot, :and: in.line'of contraction, an increased I distance of and : soldbdbn FIUT KONDA Via MARCH : GRAIN. !FtpURKAND. :FEED. ,. ". .' in. ?.. ifciTbe d-StJu1.dt
the Feast of Tabernacles with cedrat '. one tbree-eighths I Iz next,the property will on that day be ofiered. at. public : i ) .:. ." :e I a >J f. "
in their hands. This a whose precious fruits, although the sectional. areaat' ,the-river. .mouth would. ( 1i). miles;. ',reaches".the, 'Hannah; sale to the highest bidder.' Apply to'' n a .****"*'*ol : > steaaer.Cbr" -: Sonfinef Point baTing ieoi" vlUn -
custom which -- FLEMINr&.DAN11t repairs.
still continues and j juice is bitter'and ,sour is used by theM suggest itseit to my mina as remedy. Mills creek, which, it' follows' threefyurts0bfa ,.1 I CORN MEAL, ,HOMINY, CRACKED.. .,,tg, _PUG'S
which .
to .Attorneys .
they attach -- .
-
des ) '
as an efficacious antidote to This, :..fortunately for Jacksonville is .mile to its'unCtiOI q I '' I'.1-.' '. ,. THE JQ"hW _
less great importance dates, doubt 1 poisons,, and. one' :.also employed; the condition of Nassau river, and.the with the St. Johns riv r. ,OcUl".'\s87\o o':tf ". : 'a. ., .COKN RYE ,,MEALV;. .,Mri.O : .
from
,. i ". o" }( OW
'This'givCs1r
great antiquity, because it i Ifi odtt
correct a fetid breath .and to solace result Is of'water : '
it is a superior depth on independent canal, a r R.CRACKED WHEAT.&C. ,
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mentioned in the All shac1a.orbraidl and chignon*at Bucky0R : : rJ
work of J ooe- : 1'" 'J -1'"I 7}r.
phus Jewish -the asthma of old men.Pliny its bar If a continued determination! three and one-fourth(3Ji-r mi1es,'aridfor V1Q... ,.tnsta.... anther. notice,leave QLVRLZSTONt _
Antiquities and also SCROLL TURNING '4.
), SAWING & WOOD '.I .d toi. I" 7.rtr'
that begins by calling it by,several Is manifested to expend money in the creek navigation f four i and'' five DAY'eTea .
find _. AH.
we Samaritan SAL EX .. '. r.1 WEp.tfESDAY
medals which .
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names, he calls 'it,malus medicatna'us ; improvement of'the channel'over: the eighths .miles total of river: F' ( 1: 7 ,: TOOXDKK. i -
express the Soular of the and (4) ,'or ,, ,. I.fer Florida.,. aoWini, ia JACKSONYTLLE.,. ..
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which, the Jews, Assyria,'and citrus., He says St. Johns bar,and i'fair prospect of canal,and.creek navigation,from"(Nassau r '.VERY. CfHEA'P. .! I' Sawed- J-:'$-- 5'e! YeTITZIURSDAY, ,. *" "'* 4.i .-,.*'T tfR.E
upon reverse side shows that its leaf , '. .. *- 1 t. { .. rood: R r .. tt-\ -.
citrons v :,1 which bears thorn at obtaining amount..adequate to'the ,bar.to the..St., Johns.river.of about I : ; ; P ." -

; this conceded attached to a palm tree. All I f its side ,and is of an excellent _odor} purpose, fI w -rccorrfmend: eithera twclveli2): miles, From ,\ the same j. Tirctunaltfanuntar.tit" ;/;" I. "kby'Cord or.Load. iiaAdWR ; : T.URrN'rNG en011

;:, that the, however, does'not serves ,among the Medes to perfume largely increased sectional ,area at point by way, o{the St.Johns bar, the ONE'OF r TEN ACRES, ., i ao 'KnJI' tit" Ft. 1th4i" ".t l---.i,: iuufc** **
prove Stnei.
tree of JIadaris Block.Bay our Win learc .THURSDAY
j citron-;' it vm'suffice the' clothes ; that the branches are always the river's mouth;:or a contraction.of distaiic 'i3,about fourteen ( 4))' .J 1 s Qeared land;no other ImprpveijeMfcO ',i.jOXE I. iI' .' .- .. .' ,'". '. '. JAfck ONVlLli ertrj ';ereniar.)

;. text of Leviticus amd to eximine.th C covered with fruits, some green others the ti.dal.river above something like Thes estimate .is',.based: 'upon.the _. : .OF TWENTY ACRES, .' -.,. "ACZSONYlLLE'U.I' .- :' 'If ." .; a d i -T'' *- -erery"-JTUDAY 1 '71 5 orn1agjGdTZRNANDtNAaae
that Josephus;, springing 'out -and' tners"ripej but in its J least About fifteen acres ta cultjTottoa. yognpc.vineS and T -I" .80AvANA1r
;- lo see what gives place'to this' uniformity sectional! area. route described and,Is'dCemed ..sufficient fruit trees junderdrained;clay subsoil; one diM best .., 'x .I. : ,wVmGs'BANK D4 HliI.iSn} U

:: "You.will take said Moses opinion. that'it is not eaten, and that'it, Is'only This would be an attack on the .bar- I 'to 'cov r'the' cost 'of modifica1tions place fcr gardenia. 'J', fi :: < .-", ;i .. ".. i : '. 10 his
f: people, "at the first day fruits of to the used JQ.k ep' moths out ; J f ,clothes. correct In principle. I : 'in' (locality'which' may> appear .ONE,OF TWENTY ACRES".:l-1"i'' r # ., .. .. : ..:: ';.CONNECT ..WITIL 1ZW q1U'.t

,,iree Hadar, branches of the He says .that'the. J.1rl ians, ate ,theseed 'Third Dredging', tHe only"alternative -'advisable.! An importantone: wbere> About four acres'roiad"T in cultivation, ..balaac.. boughs of the palm I, in .order to perfume.the breath, 'which" under :.existing: circumstances bY' the -entire:distance tnayl 1 .be 'les' woodsiOla xiu'a, 'CAuAJrll.,CCCOWJS."iir'DcaIz :' f THE. 'FUEDJUN'S, SAVINGS'&TIVST, CO., "
tufted . "
most tree and b 1 I : >. e rd
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andjead4sthat .BuOdia St. ,
; it is the sole" adJmissable.is in Real Estate.Wltschen' Bay
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willows plant ,appears: an attack sened about three, CsXroiJes by1,acut.: .
which _ug
grow beside the toi the .b ut of in'I liaand that until )upon the !effect'rather, than :>the through a carrowpart; of 'latbotIs! .J 1'. ' .' .J' ;: :. ELaco.'b1 _,IJ l l p'j.

':.J. .rents..and Lord you God.sh.all jejoice.before the that time it had been vainly attempted -cause, and ,so long as the.conditions of land 'will possibly prove./roijj: a more HEALTH,"WEALTH. :- I \Deposits of aai anwuntirecemd fien JadiTiduali.; BJWNAJlD.'ROBZRTSONSaiaa.t-.
your ,
: If this to: transplant it Jnto. Italy. the tidal river remain,un:h ngedwiJI; 1 extended i instrumental examination, ',...IAND. .- ,- .. I business firms and.societies oa which. interest will.1M JE77RYS.BZO. :&SQNZS' ,

crated for custom had pot been conse This description, which, seems taken not'assure 'a.greater depth of water.on which'the' severity',61'the'weather'precluded : .- -- : .: ..I"aliou& r ;;.'.! ,. < .. '.. ,. : "- ''') : !. 111'"J "n ,YS"'B" ".

I: IOUS rites. of many.the centuries m the/elig- from,Tbeophrastus, induces us)to think the bar ,than, the present scouring during the limited field Opera- :. '., .: : (; : ,': I","P..poslrs.. '..I" ;-be." 1:scat. ..by.-cipresa.. ,',1)In curren. .&m4a .''; "It';. ') '....L 3,4Z.J4PafrtaiiW''
Jews, -no"one would that the citron at this 'still i ebb I RECREATIONUINDS !: :00!by.aiaH,la.postalmoney. [ orders and bank dofls., '
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r .have period was power of: tjic J tide.will maintain. tions'bf the 6urve'y. ,.:, ." 'I" THXOUCHncatrrs: n OP1D

6pea\suspected of the that. Moses meant to a strange production; only known' by iAi it.; )examination. .of, Nassau ,bar The map accompanying this report ;: .- : -'. 1'11 i The Bank b cacdally from 9 A.'n...to a.FM.;.also, .-: 5'- .. ,NGIYEN.J .w t", .qIJ

r .or '''Hadar; ," citron This-word under the far name from hearsay .._, .- ,. ... shows the] following facts'Which giveit will: more fully delineate .the route :: roa-; !.J.: '. :Saturday.ereninjs. ,'for,. deposits.: '. .only' ,front" ,6 to"..S 5-4 :_. ._, .ra. .

11 being ;To ie o. li1l1td. a great. superiority over the St.Johns herein presented, and the topographi ORANGE GROVES, "COLONIES. l'o'clock. IRENT. .4i4W- -
proper name i SWAIsic.'hii. .
.:: according' to the.Septuagint, only signifies I bar? 'Its' ', channel uu n_"_ is__'. 'Qn! n_ranv'.__. frorri n __ col f t1.r influencing ..any practicable ,. .. FARMS'MARKET.GARDE1S4. :I 4-ttyrw J.W. WANTED. ,'t'q' : JIUUI

, fj Me handsomest:tree and friiit \ The,Inside Passage. > tl.uee. : to four fe t. : t"Xhavinga: modifi at on.. ., VILLA. ,, SITES, TOWN 'N.DOBBIN5:0 "-A'COk\rENIENT\ .DWELLING,1",; f
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according presentdepth ,at t 'full', tide'bf' sixteen The estimate provides for 'r d 'tOTS .
to ing .
the '
Latin : '
version,frvctus'tignl CAPTAIN C. F. SMITHS REPQRT. ? I.L-3_. CLASs'-c'ci1r
" 'sfic : msT'
l' fn.. Now feet) more permanent in, .character, the bar1 to the 'required 'dth/. nd i I S1tiOcXSK: :. .nr'A .
of according 'to this, the The question of route, whether by: less liable tQ .change.from: the tidal bra width of bnelmndred'yards.ESTIMATE. : FOR SALE,.ON< >SANFORD'S. GRANT. : J" : fOR A SMALL FAMILY; 0t ipy

i Precept Moses only enjoins of the:St. Johns! bar or' : .'PERMANENT ADRXFVi. flATX1t
the upon way byway I and storm currents as evidenced during L.M.MOORE.Ac rr. AND .GENERALJOBBER, t

J. ,the Hebrews to choose the fruit of 'of Nassau bar,. determines upon the the storm ',of August;. for while ... Santera.. ". .. .' .. . ,... ... ... A..ai.J'.'. L..,iO*If tixft.1"

the finesf tree Vo without' determining feasibility,'depth and permanent char $jhe'Su Johns. suffered material change No."or Waterial and where located ;, : '. a. crncrBa7andUctanStrecti... > --, rrt.. -oJ' ",. ...... .,rad';; ( ':, ',,rLOMPA SAYtSgS. BATT7 ;41'

1'> 5 S.en.species., 'They which preference" should acter of the channel, and the one I the,Nassau bar remains where!;it has Cubit Y.,I 1' ',- ,' i. ..-. "Am't.1! '.. FOR. SALE-OR-HENT. ,1 ON\'LAKE: MONROE i ,JACKSONVILLE,), ,FLORHXA. '. Lv,COAN '. iWtI 4t

were masters t>.f the which.would,require the least amount i stood -:- ,. vy ,", trW ;"''tdJtl1.nlIit4Mt-
t K cennd-doubtlesff long apparently a permanent a&bar .:" .0..30 15. .um ',f'" '. 'r:'II ": !--;, ,5 ";:: { : !" : :" "I"" ; '
I.
'i IIecan3e as'soon- they of artificial, .means,to produce,or.en? fixture.. This'arises from' existing. 10oooiSalld and sand in,Canal. 'ojo 113, --,",, 1 S :I, ..I SEWING,MACHINES'.CLEANED(AND -U 0"o jt TICE'OF JHC: ; PEACE .o st
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't.
acquainted irlth'the citron hance these .to creeks.. .:: t.aa :,49.680t 'f :"; I'i .J"t '
.requirements, should have, cal ,causes 'winch'-is-: closer .Two. new Cottafes near,lh Steamboat Ludlnc a REPAIRED. .. .., .! "
they would substitute: it for the tree the preference.The among its 168.so '.' ''a : i. .' J .. .: :. .' r" h. L' .. ,J. ; f J .i7H.; ,7') tAIII t LzA .t
; they bad proximity to; ,the.mouthjof: theriver p n4--.. ,
3ANFORD., p 5 .lnr.t.n. NOTART 'PUiB.L1IfC.
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previously used. The -:1 ::; -

I: apt be being generic it woufd always pre stream,, St.varying Johns often river and is a largely sluggish in and tional the area,directness of ,and, ,uniform,,,sex 7 Add aMtopctrircoled Engiaeer't.: ; Supft. &c.; 16t ._ .. 0"; I ALSO... ..,, ,"' .,.>-.,..,,' ...: .'..,". ORDERS) ;'. rKOM'THECOUNTRY...ATTENDED: TO.;'*PROMPTLY' t r "- Q":soi&yrs'ioc "lidlJ.

pplied to the most beautiful tree its sectional'area, and has alow tidal the direction the of;lower.which river' channel t TotaL i....--;-i-.r_._._. oJ t'19S.pl IncluduJK HOME,LOT,,of twenty J a tt. .desirak,, ''I ,;' ,J.uI: 4il 44'T" .' ... ; '.S ._; ", .:l/-, '!.i.'y"' f.u.OIMI' .",
they knew .more nearly -fi ;: ..
and {
the .
citron i.i
doubtless flow this is' Iwose with .!* dtnlnfreom ..detachedAppfjrto SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ; ; "
; one .of the important ,two-story, p "
coincides with the. tide and .The the' estimate I ::: : : 'J ,
coast cur- quantities: :are '
still is .. ,_ _- .
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l. rbiud the handsomest of I ,' fl-fl-I.- : t
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tree conditions the stream which has a < ::"' 'if: : L'.t.
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rents. The superior scOuri determioedrom.measnrement Sg11aiDomzd1ag.h uiS. .
g'orce.or reliability -* I .Uta. ,_ '
nian The teit of Josephus corresponding'weak'action-at the bar its"tidafcnn- '.. '. ,:rHE &CEAN HppSE'
which is from tllcrcfore .depeads ibet12epceaffixetL,4 '
lUsWili'zDy ; proved upon kL.0
'I' 40es posItion This historian at its mouth ; ; .To afford FpMST.. .. ;.\ '' : ,.". -Xf',Ii! .;'j'I 'J ,'I 0 iei
bat'* -following :exhibit f'ciparath'efloothid : daft; : to j' ". 1 F.QSflAJiE.
that q :'.
H y the law ordains the For the maintenance of good harbor heights'of in the two rivers i the, following !- .. I.'twsgd.R \, 'r _' ',. "0' 'i"o.. J CKSQ.WLLE.t JL&, b ihn'4t4 \
sufficiency apRweli ; '.
' brns 1 Q.bearcitron the i ; ,:, tL4ts, ,. !, .;<,4.n7 IU'IJ73oi: : A.Boose aadLot 'beantlfully. located la th.CltjakmU .
at, feast in-tidal riversthere'should be .
ol ; {fee : -' '1' .r' ,) '"* : '1..U i ,:* .1.i i"nlJ" ,"*:
:,t'".1, the Tabernacles law 'He. aajrs only that influx and reflux of the tidal and land .wu!. f I. )#.! l"', .'o 'lr ;.ctejr.f. and: ,t,,cost{**,' .enforce. :; A i:temr:\ ", CHARD: MCLAUGHLIN,' ofJ. v ,' .J.Th: --"wP- 2.' ..\' .,.dhJ.W..ud. ..J. .. wOI Centrally located aid&nt-cta"**-ia-all--**-{I/f'GiDl -

that-they. should waters. This accords with,the opinions In and the fitted np with gflderalapTOoenxnts.. Inqnb _of '. rcniaiaopen ru.
" OJer.holoaustJ) Din. a Riu t.kj iseL.w.i I working removing -R' i i-: : .e 1UCIh: ;
render '
: God; fD &nd thanks to of eminent engineers from the .JiJ". i.IIJD 1Js.ct._ ISYJd..I t earth edvated t bypne f dredge : :, : REAL JSTATh\GENT.'I ". ,,:..' ', .3ft1ju.. ,.' C4oAJ$41IiaII1wej134 \-, ." ;NSIENTlDOARD"ll ** 'U"tI -

: 1nJ.nt'bh bearing; fa.hili bAnds early days of hydraulic engineering to Jar ,.o. .SA f J. i EI-----: : _1S : Yil'lJI F '. .: ( _, .; Z ...
: of o I 'i' : < '
': I Jnlm myrtle and wIllow, with the present tim i It :'well under 'xo f .50SO SOJ ...s, I KfOJ ..Tripper at $2.40-n; ..f-._ ;.... s.io4DeckhndsaM6rmat ; jk ipm'it&eI Estate bon U d'idd'f K-r Is :'.NMA.RR, ", '. ., I PD' DAY.." 10'I'D:, "J.S ,
T A .
? ** I ,
' boughs 3oT" SJ.09 < .,... .L' .' l&j' J-f $ .
i.t t !
to which ,are .b.stend for all SO 4-S 50 I.' 1.4QQ: e dTa, ipai4BTye'fjaktoeiJv : ., : Ji" : ,00) I.f :I { \ i' t'v '<
stood. investigations lu .
kl ,con urtIa ILIWI.L. a 3,00 ,Ytry irasoiabl* aade
4 tsHatidsMrcmomiCordi arranfeineBts f
that iff hta., Thiscxpressionshows slvcly'prove ,'the tidal water is'the ,:As'lbthoti6 nsof' ; woad,at |ijo- '*>.. 2' : S mm. itPi'I.c.oWWlaAt". q;< .*-...".*, y SOld, t ,1TO' .'u .,.oj O"11.'4,. ,.'.,.,1t.It: 1. W {n& .. u- > _
Drivers 'depend ---dl- E/-CO BeI1cWate' h. ,
the *Engteeerlac and superinte dencei I New Ylldc' A. \ CWtin ; 3igthItraet..N.W..Vujhingtos p.C- <
tDtbe, pa.lm apples of Persia were attached only effii instrument' :Jto, maintain D'dthaariff* eh In'; leyel -..,.,.. ..'7,10..., ", ,.t '.4T'. i..1_, 1AriI-Ki'xeGIIU'L D G.Awbkr.' Bsnkr fIW..IICUoRYiJJc:Stok"0a'dPIifladdphs Sla .t Patesta ft fTuwM.tjCj t:1f**Fifty' 1'- -. 1':.' JM1ff .AgtI '"ud c. i''''1 2t' l tt/
paIIaIf.Mp
bY ;TD1u Yauu A'/<..M,4 T I onj/", .,a.aS"sea,.,.JIM outlet>, ,urr'.and: "dg"d< er".". :. ', ...I."i..t r ,r.-'j.., "rIi:..T-.,;-. '... .-fr.. ..,,HeesyXnclmer; .bQUtIIS,It.1ii. S. _: ';V .a.zr.p4'' I J W te fcr.... I' ..f' ?' "i JicluooYflle/May 13,.>>;. .atv1c-tel4

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THE' NEW SOUTH.-- ChiyCountyRepublIcan; V\ kjConvenUoo.. of State.,";who. I'*'/since: hb"public t resignation by Col. Lanler. Jn'the region:thus referred improvement** of the WIthlacoochee*" I- veT. property, police-- stations arsenals'and ,. MI3CXX.LANXOU3.SpriDf -
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!. _ allow the class of steamers now police and fire alarm .telegraph are in ,
j ad interim officer entirely to ten thousand sweet will
The as an are some
of ,
.: i I. ." Republicans Clay county'assembled possession of the leagues. Kellogg Isin ANTED. '
&DUf1.
:. In County Convention pursuantto dependent upon the will of the Acting trees of which 'three thousand are in navigating the Ocklawaha, to pass from the custom-house under the protection W
=: v=: z" } ADAMS.CARRUTH & CO.
,('. .., &8U.OC. call, at Green Cove Springs on the Executive, in .violation of the spirit and bearing although many are quite young. the.Gqif to ,the Atlantic. This fact is of the United States troops. Jackson A lady pad...I--4Ia.
purpose of'-the statute reruse to allow From extending to the one of incalculable importance to all the square police station, under commanc ..
f rt't 12th September, and first pledging Col.'Lnters, III drawing and psladsg cI a&
of General Is reported to fa
J. S. Longstreet,
: ADALS.EDITOL of Florida] because it not only .
I .:: unanimous support to the regular.nominee any competition in the printing of legal Northe st frm Lake Grmnsmethree interests bavejustsurrend'. The entire force Address. A.
I i! notices, and thus enhances the miles to the Ocklawaha and crossing marks the, route of the future traps- twfltO
t TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. proceeded to ballot for candidate. necessary \ of the Metropolitan police with arms, 9:1; aladei.C""c-.y..
, i i Item f Local Interest are olidted fro all parts of tbe for representative with [the,'to1Jolng c9stof bat printing tAp.thc.. b'cis"n8s',of : it about mid-way between Lakes peninsula canal! ,which "will quadruplethe arsenals, etc., surrendered at 9 o'clock. -

t ;".. ,.' .' itate.-' nAko,xpadaUy, commimtcarions ducational.aubjecu aodal and of'..ndiutnals. genera] result: Whole numbr of votes 32, of the whole community by at least thirty Griffin and Eustes, once, and not many value of the whole State,.but also insures Subsequently U. B. Penn, Ucntenant- CaMlncr suit* fer sale at Buckfa.

!' p.q14IOk ..CampondentsabonM Maka their letters aiM which William Longrrecelvcd : per cent.- simply that more .profit may years extended a natural orange for it, when constructed, in the Governor on the McEnery ticket issueda

; !;: 1' w\e *n.uirmpomb.Lr the Ctcu and drcuattiaacca opinioaa sscsiedbyour will permit. nine and JXenry:Clay'received twenty three. result to the Executive and other official. grove ag three miles long and. three- lake region described'an inexhaustibleand functions proclamation, and appointing assuming gubernatorial officers to organize M/ RS, ABBOTT'SBOARDINGHOUSE -

:i.. II ti'pos6ea.W maimij m*pu Rejected'iu uL Aaoaymous mamucripts contributiomwiflaotW can neither The Convention then made the nomination -I owners of the:Union fourths of a mile wide, constituting one constant supply water. the militia. Armed men were IS NOT CLOSZfi,.

it': } noticed.I _. _ _. unanimous, and ljourn, detailed is } nature, of st-lfish. prostitution of a groves in the State,'of about one hun a coast line of some forty-five miles or the streets. Five hundred metropolitans. ;tile BoudIaclIoaw II Mn.
: REPUBLICAN 'NOMINATIONS., report signed by Henry Bram, s General with 10 Se,Aune Is lUll and
j Longstreet commanding, opea as .
will
: official, intended for the dred acres. more, much of which is composed oC| .quiet and comfbrtaUe .!
I Chairman and quarters at rrssonatla
I' Hecry Clay, Secretary.An prergtve. cavalry and artillery appeared at the ".
'; IIft f' far Mejutwr; of Congress ad District.JOstAK Individuals land of the best description for the aJlsojournen to thai Ancient G *.
/, public goo ao profit ot The uppr soil i composed of about l ,. head of Canal street and took position rym

/",. .,.1. -WALLS. Elegant Extract. ; exemplifies the, quietude and one dark clay loam and rests growth of'the orange, and indeed upon A desultory fire followed and the metropolitans Boa ton boop and bntk al BMkyA -

I i Tor Member of Congress, ist DIM. The orderliness of oar people.a perfectly as upon a bed of very pure white shell its shores have existed.very large natural were driven away and the cit!
r drift and
natural the inevitable -
I, } f1. WILLIAM. .. J, PLIkMAN.r' bitterness and any'illustration that could,be conceived. marl of eight to ten' 'feet in thicknessthus groves, some.of which were cleared ,zens captured one piece of artillery. THE CENTRAL SALESROOMS
hostility to which the The citizens then barricaded and destroyed
: ';: t tS '. Republican State Central ,Committee for preaching of the 'present doctrines of For a similar perversion of public law of course giving assurance ofinexhaustible -: for agricultural purposes, .some have: the police and fire telegraph.

', ,.,4 ''t. 1 ,Florida.I. the Dcmocr'inevitably1 lead Is ox- to personal ,1ed would have t twit fertility for its superincumbent I been improved and some still remain in : A sharp fight ensued at the river end of: AM AUCTION AND GENERAL COiOIBSlOX

: "II. .CLEABON,Chairman. D. EACAN.Secretary. Instant imp hent.Tb growth, ,as well as a never /mine their native wild condition. One of the i Canal street and some fifty were killed, HOUSZ
I It.; '.: Districts..ij. emplified in Louisiana by tho ]last news 'Unkn'5ays that we have "supported -of manurial for general faing use. The oldest and best, groves on the lake was I including Capt. J. M. West, a printerand Baj Street ear La t a, Hiram Potter. H. S. Harmon, from New Orleans and in Mississippi by WClt newspaper correspondent, and E.
,1 tfe W. But\cr. 14. S. T. Day Republican principles by oppos land is rather low, and'from'It impervious originally planted about twentysevenyears A. Follano the citizens' side. Gen. jMXSONVJUJ.lL
,; J. PIenn.. IS. H. Braun editorial foolishness like the following: on PUBLIC SALS .
\1 4. Smlt1 'a wion. 16. I. W. Howell sing,the State admlnistration,'' and in nature requires thorough ditching ago by.Hon. E. J. Harris, now of Badger, of the metropolitans was badly every SATtTRTUY.FOR .a'JW'8
1 t $. W. H. Daniels,. IT.J. P. Tesnehhl, Does not the very thought boll the! ha, knows Mr. 1.'rfcsldent. -
this wound
". l. M. 1.Scares .. Peter Jones, blood in every ninfill still 8 stating.:a& Sawyer to bring outlt'whole available.strength. Ocala who was: one ot.the first in chalr.a a1h J'"

,. 1"" ,I.. Samuel Rupert Charles.Walker. ,'.i.. W.G.J.H.Alden.tl. LeCaln.to. contend that we"'mustnot, have you white disingenuously perverts the truth. We Mostof' this ono jthousarid acres alluded : State to foresee' the possible :value: of Grant, as required' by ,law, -

,,.' : :''At'" -. Robert Dennis Meachan.lo. *. W. H. Gleason, man's party? ,Away-'with such* false have opp sed the action;"of the 'Acting to, was:originally'covered wIt a this_ .caltivaH n., This grove has, some issued his proclamation, closing as follows ; OKAHUMKEE:
tAnn, ts. J T. Na&u. '.
) I. W. Brncki' iS.J. -- doctrines; we must and will have! a Executive, in his personal efforts to defeat dense:growth ,of wild, orange a pne hundred and slxtytress' of .twenty- : BAWUB; TJSThSILVER ADG 7n.

',' ...'<.. is. W.. D.Sean. :,: *4. .E..L.:V-are.Districts. white policy long man's enough., party., We We must have tried both,Purman and Walls! who' were plentiful intemitr oC'ly oak, ..banntl five.years-and'Isnow-, owned by Mr. Now,thercfure,!, U.' S. Grant .Pres SPRING,

.. '0 ,allPVaUC4.' CONCKESSIOHAL" 'n" CXRCUTIV* COMMITTU. ize on the color' h fiDe, disregarding organ regular nominees. of tho Republican magnola, lve oak from -three, to Drake" ,., of Alabamawho.with, 'colony ident of ,the United States, do hereby
And other
" .if., k As a ..of convenienoe sacowD DunticT.to those wishing to Correspond nor:.considerations.) The, .white man's par regularly, selected by the same six feet d aeter abounding.- The of friends, has" recently moved in with a make turbulent proclamation and disorderly, and persons command to said disperse Landtags on dtt OcUawahaTo 21-

''.' with any ember of the Republican Eaecutive party is the onlysalvatiun for the Stale; party action by which himself. was placedn original, orange growth, if nov ,entire .viewofa,. gojng"very .largely into the and and retire peaceably to their
: Committee of this District,we append the,list tf that Show the negro his place and make him .{ official position; would be of:very great.val ebut i was cultivation of fruit.. respective homes within five days from! *

(, .' ':;.
(. Hen.A. A.KJOGHT..Treasurer. JacksonTille. will -be the 'same.- Either' the white that tho bolting, 'movement in favor b[: In.clearing for ordinary crops; the noted and Mr. Corley and many 'others are to the laws nnd eonstkated authoritieso A. L.RIOE Maser
.' said State and I invoke and
Psttur the aid,
Secretary. Jacksonville.Hon. .' ,
:: E.G. Johnson.Lake City man or negro will rule this country; Meacham,.whicn was, ,as. .all, know, instigated -, sugar land of Col.. Hanson being largely on thisl.ake and planting and improving co-operation of allgpod citizens thereofto wl leate Jacl.toaw.Iy THURSDAY, MO
; '. H. S:Harmon they can't both do .it, and it is for the at S.o'clock. '
.Gainesville
the Acting Governor
.
HonE..R,Chadwlck, Palatka. white 'man to who the ruler shall by would composed of native grove cleared. groves.' In the Lake Harris region including uphold the, laws' and preserve the CEO. L FcU ..
say
: Man. Birch Gibson Ocala. certainly defeat the choice of. the Lovell Lake Dunham thtre public Jicksonvifle.Fl .,July a .1
In 7t-'stl.
:: ""i; Hoe. Dennis Eaean.Madison. be. Let ua have a white man's party, party, 1869-70, Mr. Geo. P. of ne Ir by, peace
; I; JX M. Papy St. Aueustlnc.9am1 .- to rule' a white man's country, and do and for that reason we did '"oppose the Illinois,. purchased a portion r'the are undoubtedly from sixty to eighty In witness whereof I have hereunto

t V tf John A.Petty McDonald Fernandina., Mc1IenvU1st News.i it like.j white, men.-Westville J '" (Miss.) administration" in 'its antiRepublicanaction. natural grove,,and began, after clearing thousand" trees, of which at least,twenty- set United my hand States and to be caused affixed.the'seal- the 'CARPETS RENOVATED. ANi, ;
-S
I : \ .-I,' .Appointments.'Hon. I It The Acting Governor has seen away the other growt excepting the five thousa.nde now bearing. Done at. the city of Washington this Ma to look like new. 'AT.,.

: t., :1 .J.T. Walls Republican nominee for Congress Mawbey the Possible Senator. his.error,pj and is_dqing,his,bcst_ to.coi rect larger live oaks, to top and bud the:spur Led away by the desire, by, fair description 15th day of September the year of UPHOLSTERINGof

4 4 In the Second Congressional District assisted by other: it;, and we have.nothing further to say t s, '( n having,a grove of some two awaken_ a .wider interest in our. Lord 1874,.and of the independence kind*, done In the best mltmtr.
The
Who of the United
.1, ;Ii. distinguished speakers,win address the people at the I question,. is'Mawbey' is on that point.except t express the hope thousand budded sour stocks,: and ..hisenergy this i .beautiful:and promising region,we Signed. by the States'the'nineteigh&h President. W. H. SHEJU '.
rife :
], following times and places: so among those;who desire to vote Laura
Cor. and
that this proper action may not provo to and the have again' overstepped cur Church strsc.JackjoarOlt.TQOrdes
success spread proper HAMILTON Fisn, of State.U. .
., Femandlna, Se$. Live Ok. October jth I in intelligent .orange Secretary
3 .profitable
'Starke Jal ', 7th manner have been too late. fever like a disease. Soon F: P. Bishop, .bou ds.an"et have only inadequately S. GnAw : kft with FnrcDgon.. Benedict ft.,Dr.-
:.* Archer *" Aladlson.toth that: wcqnotetrom Mr.\fawbey'J vs& Drew or R.P.Moody willrecehrproaotMxa*
i ;1 Gainesville.. "'. 19th'j.' Green Cove; Ijtb paper We have hlso.bpposed the State administration a Baptist clergyjmaa from 'central NewYork.purchased touched the subject.It September 16. Adj. Gen. Townsend lion. Local Mferences ty permuiion; A.).Jt
the Union, an 1 Illustrati9n of' his(official Mn/HndnaO Singer Sevinc Mach_. A. Zacharia
_
I Ocala St.
Augustine' ; isth in, permitting and apparently adjoining Mr. will be seen from our estimate that sentthe following despatch to General andSvR.l&utain. Ywuordcn
IIIId-
3 Sanderson
: ,October Falalla eapeoaIiaItJ
:,r *; \ -" ,Lake Oiy ; ** ,4th 17thJacksocvilk competency authenticity.and good sense We of quote quite from undoubted encouraging malversation in the Lowell, ..and, _e :trct. :its improvement in this "Lake,Harris and Griffin region" Lou Emory iana., commanding.Federal forces' ra ted, "12SW-
-- '----
:
public J Jaw, which with and there are probably'nearly or 'one -
ii a ski intelligence 'only quite WAR DJ1l'AR'rn.ltln'.
; .
the r/nu CARD:>-
I t. ,*< Exactly, Rigbt.Wrong. >nofthe.8th: levies heavy buid n upon-the business equalled.by his i unflagging persistenceand hundred- and fifty, thousand orange trees WA&LLOTON Sept. 16, 181.t.. A .

r.; Tho /7oruw n,1nrcferenceto the late ME. MOORE AGAIN" of the .thesole, ,profit.of enthusiasm: Misfortune attendedthe now in position forgroves which near Under no circumstances recognize the 9ao1s;Tie.,Match iiiiS.

; : .?;reuniting(RepuUicans\ in the First To de'Etior of tie Union: SIR:-BeIng the Acting Governor' and his partners i in hrst years' efforts'of Messrs. Bishop forty thousand ,arein .bearing., 'In twoyeafs'irom insurgent government 'of Louisiana. THKi SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE"COM
'i'* Within five from the date
disgusted with the abuse of Mr. days of the
.: ,. A' : 'District, sajs:; Moore and desirous of settling the matter the printing business, and 'continually and torch and a severe frost killed 'ai this Fall,, or in ,the. Fall 1 of proclamation to the insurgents such action PANY will in a'few days appoot a Staw ?p* irFlonda

.. ;., ..' 1 1 At present the,most'.interesting'fea- without a ''newspaper' controversy, I operates.to cast odium upon the Republican i large proportion r.t their growing i buds, 1876,, transportation down the Ocklawaha will be taken as the emergency mayieq.uire' : la.:meantime.twJttmiliiar *,. *aasp.meat. .

: : lure which orthis' bargain and sale is. that hereby offer jifty.dollars;to any: man or party; and s.long 3 official,acton but they resumed,their'labors with ,re: .will.be required for 40,000,000 of .
1 'present! the colored voters' as so set of men whocan, that the School continues to'createa? and By order of the President ;
.t prove The fruit from this in
grinding
newpd profiting continually by oranges. region,
"- many cattle, to be.disposed ,of just as Board hal,lost.a''single dollar during energy ,[Signed] E. D. Tows X2>; AnccBmiuitBtToM'dEveKift: ..ear%cfXeary ALLrEagf
t, ;f'l' their carpet-bag owners may deem best I the last school year through act of oppressive monopoly. the prejudiceand reflection upon their own mistakes, nn- our home market during the last season, Adjutant General.

., ;; for their' individual :profit. Here we I commission or.omission'of Mr.any.Moore b burdening the people, for the sole tilalthough new comers they are widely attracted special observation on accountof Thoughtful citizens in our.State are .,AS.creta, of Ac-10 Juoksonvn Brand.'.tUnotlto

I'.. .t't ;, ;; bare in.the a politics great body of the of State citizens and, powerful'in shap provided that1'the persons who shall; enter purpose ..of increasing the gains of a recognized as among the most judicious, its'spicy; %ub- cid flavor, their compact -i astonished at the news, and thi*revolutionary l dW attention.

\ t '. .1 t ing its destinies '.allowing ,.themselves roTc"tbeir'into the investigations numerous ,allegations upon failing oiloss' private company, of' which the, "State well-informed and ''successful orange ,'springy pulp, their fair and light movement meets with little- J u"

V' to pe controlled absolutely by two men against Mr.i: Moore will!' pay fifty administration'? i a partner, so long we culturists'in the State. Each has now a color; 'and their' fitness for',shipping. countenance. e. The ,feeling of the press csk.5ti .

"' That is just the. case-nothing more, dollars to the" St.Luke's. Hospital. shall oppose it, on that account young and thriving grove of some fifteen All maya be certain.that. the, r.iUares North is shown by the following from '

4 t nothing less., Respectfully, .. C. F. MAWBEY, That under 1 these circumstances 'of hundred to two thousand trees,' 1867, 1868and186, !> in' orange growing the Evening Post and Commercial Ad"ver- T i JAcz-vJu*

; 1" 'I He would have been nearer the right Superintendent Schools, Duval Co. being mainly sustained by the patronageof now partij-jly in tie: ring. The 'characterandstaning'of remore' .than compensated bythe: skill .User of Hew York and the Express:
: /'If he had called. tho .attention. of all to Jacksonville! Sept 7, !87-t. i and ot the that SALES ANDSTA'B .,UVERJ:
: : < 4 ( >- ? -I the. party, the editor -of' the, Union these two men, the success years since New York, September 16.-The'Express
f : Lbe'powcr of the general good sense Evidently. there:'is ''ground'for the should i implicit ith period declares that
'oj see.fit to work against the party placed,in thqir representations __ the'government ought LESSC.
&Dtb 't1Jm'i the .grea body of b.rpo rittca.l'objectiori which seems vcrfoolishly may well enough so far the editor their own. ,confidence and tho wonderful ,not and cannot ,support, the Kelloggusurplit.

: ;I,''I..'. ", citijen*' exemplified: in their con. made, t1 such bravados, after is individually b concerned :, 'a but such a success attending their inauguraof General News. oD, it' it is determined to putdown B 'McCLENNY, PBOrTtrrrot.Hotfce .
:' .straining! ,an:,ambi ons ezecntive 4 fo lending the columns .of, his to the) what is called an insurrection. It .
-r- paper dubious of business have )-
new
course a of the .a strongly
: jI conform to' will i guarantee. ELECTION IX MAINE. has held up the ,hands ,of the Kellogg
the and purpose of the violent abuse'of a for; : n given to the 'public' thai?Kar
worthy clergyman political l'jsoundnesVof an? .officeholders stimulated others, n'nti1now' the .whOle government too long 'already for ,ifa pwch.et
Rcpub1 Portland i 15. well-known HART )WE. STABLEspesIie
bulk Sept. -Dinglcr's
-. ."' ofthepatty,- .' 5 several_weeks,.gjvcd! +..scant,.satisfactionto who,arc. good ',enough Repu'bU-> extent of the natural grove some two ity; for Governor will probably .exceed major own honor or safety, and the welfare 61. METROPOLITAN HOT tL,and have on kaao a.
'
. r, The -D the victim, and causes' the chief officer. .- cans to reap all tbe'proft of-party patronage miles in length, presents an 'unbroken 11,0001; The Republicans carried every the people, and now when it insists upon VERY LARGE STOCK OF

4 raticNP.J11inee." .of the schQqls.M.mak Jib sert a bad but not strong' enough continuance of more or, less, 'perfectlyiroproved county i in the State and gained a Senator least dispersion to insist on the one surrender band, it.ought at I
;: As will a'ppear7rom the report of the exemplar for the under his to'pr in Somerset county and lost one in Cumberland .on a .upon the
youth charge.As .' '
their i groves belonging to' other and HOXSES&.MULESFORSALEThose'
: yeut i. !, ofc!(organ'Y from:using some several members so submit the whole questionto
of the District and'gain in
It proceedings, Democratic'" piu4ene .caution and.a rigid ,economy its whole fore to defeat the party that dozen different individuals;or companies; the House, the people of Louisiana.The .
I parcliaH
: ::' desiring to wiU find it to their adrantago -
;: ; Convention lately held In this city, Hon. .In the management of public funds sustains t Its life:l by- .1 the'patronage< 'given. and in-their Ktoute ..ensemble presenting TOPOUflC8.; Post says:, The American people to cum_ riiW ummraPy hess aN attiacliwtuck.
ircw .
: .3.J. FIiflcylBceiveJihe I nomination of are ')by 'unanimous consent 'the most \ cannot and will not 'submit to such .adapted to all ias CKA' '
: [ anHfeipect that1 the'Union i :a view jpf veget-iMqbeauty; and J.-aHm
Buffalo I
French
> : 'Ve'1op ( ; September 15.-The .Erie.ntydelcgates. performances as occurred in,New,
.,'. anddaLo.ofbp democracy.for Repre.seataUve needed requisites of men! who aspire to take the only honorable course. ,. .rQajesty:coi&bio d that U_not,T oftop excelled to the Democratic Con- Orleans on 'Monday. No ,Injustice or : .coMPtETE oyrnr OF

p to CongrrM. The convention. prominentp6siiibriswhere; they are required s sLain""the!Democracy;It favor*'and cutloosefromjIhe'EepubJicftn'paKy' v : .' TeRtian; to-morrow at Syracuse are political oppression can be so construedas :. "

., ". was composed of,a fine looking body of to deal,with.matters, of, .finance which 1 I ; '--The unfergTDwth1efng'crearec1awsy; 'Beady unanimous': Judge Cburch" as to justify an indiscriminate riot in the BUGGIES, PHAETONS) AND

/ : ,: men; .the:.proceedings were conducted and taxation, Mr. Mawbej'a eminent it has and on1y the live oaks of the"original candidate'.for,Go'vefnor.Slates' : : streets of an American city.. A resort OTHER: C CARRIAGES
.' :;: Jwith dignity and decorum, and marked fitness is betrayed. Salt Lke8epteinber 15.-The Vo&ed to arms is an unjustifiable remedy'fortbe : ,: '
"' throughout with and abundantly):evinced i )by. the following A vivid idea of the.strange and anomalous forest remaining, the vi&itoi'walks Court'being Blocked: put 'of thecourthouse evils complained ot by the .citizens i .pt.i1ae btcst lITes"f ,
general cordiality carefully ',',itemized" 6tatem, nt 'position of the official organs, may thr ugh'aere'' after acre1 of tfio richest held io sessIon'yesterday Louisiana.' The United States Congress f L-1VERY ,

-good feeling. The;,usual (ormot making of the amount of"taxation required for derived fromtiiej.closing paragraph conceivable: studded wlth'the stocks! in. the tavern The polygamists, were have refused t& ''relieve'the Presfc-' l FOR" .:SERVICED. -
the b i
: nomination unanimous was, gOne the county schools during the I' cut at'tfie highest of from four to six not allowed serve 6n the-jnry;. dent of his embarrassment- and upon r WhichwaVefapnuUd
'SUlDg'y'Mr of.an article, on:: the;' in ,the feel I
that
body must,be placed 'the final respoesibility. "-
Ibroogh with and General ITnley is'the bfficially'filed) .i> liini: Bmpag" with tho that fro The "feeling': y Floridian followsIn'tho'mtraniimc new t6ps hare There
:i trominee c ,.as ,.: sprang is no question as tothedntyor AT THE" SH6XTEST NOTICE
of' the nventfoh1 unahljmons greater stringency in'the market.
by For H""l' ___ money .
: 1 rote. : mJ,1i1.1.J,1J-tTr., ........,,..r ,. ,. ....... .$4,000 IOO !' we have only to advise the ,weet'.buds.surmouhtIng'' them as / Portsmouth, :N, II':,' September 15.:' : the. President to.suppress an. ";: i- > -
KCTfiilTt.Bs'smais--.-=-* OO .Conservative leaders to take :with,,..a.'crpwn: of, living jiI end. r1 The open riot, bet whether interference beyond : A:t>;.t ,ijiK:
': Democrats to-day elected Moses
General'Flnley'.is well FurniwfC1'00 wit < that
; a known law1 point justifiable is a
-
f .Superintendent's salary--.-.;.. -700 themInt the ca.nvas late files .of .and beautiful hue, and with .bere and II. Goodrich Major by twelve majority, very uVm" REASONABLE TXKMSL.M .
: : 'U of good Teachers'salaries_ _._ _.. : grave question. :It was to be hoped that ,
'f professional standing, of .1 ? the other at Jackson and I
organ :tho ] and carried their
lofty
.4 : q 1"" Senin there i interspersed, titanic ticket fur alderman the seoBla Louisiana would be. left to Q
"' '' 1j about sixty years of age; oi ,fine ,per-' Tc'iTbere ....i ii------.1.500 They are good campaign 'documents live.oaksthev veritable} ,kings of the for and curomon i council-gaining-control settle.their own affairs, but now k seem* *. Cr.it.WOTTADT .sy aoihonaodlAftnt and
;: x tonal of '. those who for Henderson. of the'cityfor the first time sinee.1858-. Manager and will hn(bund
: ; ': 'presence;.. preirieditatedly.and" are complain-:that est toweringto.the height of a< hundred i impossible.The attend to/all busines. always appciuining at toth theStahfc. eisah5.h.mct lady.
: "'1' .irotfo"rmlyl courteous-bearing' and,g n- the above does:not in the least comply With the Union a being in ''favor- :of feet and'stretching out horizontallyat "TUB. EVT ORLEANS' MOVEMENT.' Commercial Advertiser jay,the -- C..K. McCL MNT.WEAKt -
: \:. ; : respected with th but 'to Local' interest here riot in'New Orleans has become"revol '3efl2Sz1: ,
and'perepnally! :popular. : legal,req 'er.nepl that the,items principles opposed the height of forty to sixty! feet: .from i centres mostly ution 'on the of men" whO r .
t Tjhe'teneral may wen be pleased with : of the T estimate should be given;" others their being.can-fed out, aiming in very the earth their huge and1:niight arms, : upon the. strange'and ,important news fought outside part and now find it necessary rmerJy RPAINTEF, ,. ,, : ,

I ,' 1 so great)a'.unanimity as was shown I in, wonder why $8,799'more: for rent and! unapostollcalway to'b' l things to' as.I if I in the.role I of the.regal' protectors from.New :Orleans,;rwhich' takes everyi to fight within the Union whh.this.prc- -. :.' '

J T electing,him as the n J1lnee. $3,000 ,mpre for .teachers is)required all men," but really.being.no thing positively -: "of their humble'ftiends, below.' :A 'sbl body by surprise although the;threatening tense of loyalty< The President's firmness -'flA', :
I 130 'well underefodd' .tha.t 'th I than and 'to- ( | 'condition.of matters.there has in ordering the riote1'8'.to.* disperse : PER'HANGEK.Haring
certainly
pauldert ? was paid .last 'y ar, But eminent anybody, we of tary w through ah i .improved, orange long does'him AND. P. -, ,. ,-, .
: I J "jjemocracy were divided course have had the' usual excited general apprehension1. We honor; it wasthe.only coarse
of
: ;nearly evenly men, men c commanding character difficulty give .
grove, created as it. were, in ,i. dense consistent;with,the laws/and Republican decided I yessd WrapenBanentr/3W
.' i ?e State at large between)the .Boor ,d. prominent_ capacity'rtiave'always. attending'all de ling !;'hermapbrq- Floridahammock 1 (,. exhibiting its: rich,,, the ,leading-. -events' of September' 11, ]& Institutions; ? ,moreover, the,President js glad Une to receive< orders- r Ctoa all, retailing'4 '.work- doss- .Iai S SOf

q boo or "old Democracy," and the been harrassed withlhe envloussc rntiny'' dites. But with Sawyer' as the .with the inLcrlacing'armsot md'l6l: pledged by hia record before Congress : '
4yegetaIonDeow, huge ZJNc. LU.soHDtJIiG
c. : y6Qger and Tnore and'fault-finders. pronounced D ,editing 14.-A' 'on the'Louisiana'question; to recognize GRLIrNc;.
;Iprogresslve men; of carping critics : Pnb- mOlt journal l : the oaken September large'roass-coeetfn fooeia-the best aianaer., '
tired dead inopposition''to the'Republican' giants overarching of the whites held iti Canal street communicated and restore the administration just overthrown '
of
who issues
: were ready lio men,: men,'of ,large and i generous part l like the tncery of a grand gotbic by' ea.s. bf'asprcial com # There are tribunals before Orders Jtft at Uvris! &Prew'k FaratinW. Vam&ooMswiU
and anxious to grupthe new and mould, more where their ive.shall.b.eine.difficulty. ; aUentidhtS. ,
living
particularly which the ot
cathedral, would almost mittee through Gen Dibble,with Gov. wrongs Louisiana-may be iootK
persuade an
.
questions the present and future;i' to personal contributions' to' the common Kellogg; 'requesting ;him! to .resign. app aled"bllt" aothrag ean.be yielded EuKccz :

., heartily accept the present situation so fond are limited, are,not in the habit of The,take ,Orange:Grove imaginative p rs n'thst'be was making. Kellogg looking;upon the, rforemcnt as the dictation' ef a :'mob. Concessions ... mrmaai; C" x. z
..far aa uualter&ble 'aDd makd a visit to' fairy larid indeed.. of a threatening nature refused to.treatwith' must come ,from tJ insurgents.. Let acksonvillc FtaBv ,. '; ,1. :
the best of entertaining small and mean notions.of As you enter Lake Griffin from .

", ..It by an enlightened:application of modcrnked economy; and, aim in this case, their, the settlements'on tba right teNor : In.this, ,collection) .of groves, there':areproab1yfnall .t1iel retired the committee.,'arid soon."aner"The reported,committee the expect them lay.all down mercy their from arms the man and they to whom may Osr1IEjs: .,: ;, :

r and Vivified conservatism. But largeness and lib'eraliry'in" dealfrig with or West side. ,are .small an4 scattered, J,forty; thousand. trees result of this 'interview to the meeting. Lee surrendered. There is room to-day ,rnsa2.Lsnuaisvizu" ",1 Fv ,
-be&re thB-Drganlzation.of and \ "L'\ that llave been budded,, of 'which one- The then to' [or,wise counsels,'to-morrow there ; .-.
convention publics' funds,:and. the "proceeds: : he we think-never r had any large people were ,advised 'go mast '
it was evident thai the Bourbon hard dasioi other often of natural but almost area sixth are In bearing, and m. ,scattered home.and. get their arms'and, ammunition be obedience, to the laws.. > i Dealer fit UOEaerr. Aacy and Dress Good of "
men,. ,,are, orange groves; kinds. l eec,ceIntbs as heed 1M latest styles ot
-element preponderated and-that-the, held'lo bospecial qualifications' for' : officIapfl. every.settler has later groves I:in this-vicinity' are'from three and return' to assist the white league, .
r years who then ,nnder.arm..to ; ; HATS AND TRIStMlNGSiAlto.
were- execute '
nomln&dop.ot:.Judge Finlcy 'as, the I ". L' ..: more'or J less_ t gven.n. d mailer and thousand to' five' thousand ,trees "the plan- .;that. ,wou.d.-.,.be arranged, .for S.\M, EL'B.. HUBBARD, ; .'Dreni GaoSt;k K M'aJsortaeni ot .

Li, I most plansible and respectable expo- has'orafige'treeslaroand (; o .este& A''passage bf two miles i up,the i ck1lL. heu i. :The,:"people then quietly dis . ', '. J';" ., :

:. I1en,. o f, tbesimonrjnjre; 014 Democracy,' The Union, as4tQnflaftve Shee, there being ,on 'theSjest': side. al, waha. from.Ilaynes', la'nding. ,;'wbere the persed. :Aft rw, ard -qiiitb large number Tocksonvillel Fla., :i .. 'ID. CLOVEs.'. ,. : ,. .

T: 'was a Tiiregpne .conclusion., ; The:con- In Its last Issue. tho editor of the Onion- some fifteen hundred or two thousand river passes the,.grove( last mentioned, I formed'.street in procession'' i ',and. inarchedup'Camp "importer" and' Dealer'" in Very CHEAPi:alaey'a&B assortmentVHlfBrCOpDS.r.,,

I venUon! "had, nol' use" from the start practically takes (he ground( in his paper sweet orange'tre (. At about the ratdi leads J into Lake_ ,Eustes,.the lands upon The' white citizens; then :issued. the > '' '\ > '"

for any of the young and living men, or .which. bsnrese ycdIks in conversatIOn die of its.Southern, .line. Lake Griffinapproaches which are as yet only sparsely settled following proclamation t '." HARDWARE; IRON .:AND. STEEL, Hare just received a.lot of :'

;i for men of actual progress and.Unproyement viz: that bewill' not under any within qno mile of the shore yet give collectively' some twenty-five "2bU colored .people' of'Uie 'tate of EDGE" 'TOOLS/TABlE1. *: POckET, HATS,', ,LINENS. GRENADiNES TR74I 1

; ,, Ko better exponentjpf BourbpnUm Circumstances" the election of the of Lake Harris at near,its Western extremity hundred, orange trees partially JbiearV Louisiana: -In the"' grand 'movement :-'etftitRv. .;'" n ." ''%;. ,AND JAPANESE CHALLIESThalwUl

: than ,JFInley conjd.,ihAve: becq1 s&lectori regular'and thidisputealominee' of the and Leesburg the county tow ing now- and to com'into full bearing now.on' foot against the enormities of Nails, 'I Glue1/ ,;;tPutfyi- Glass.Faults,Oils, : besoldatpeaihrreducedprlces., 6+1 y**

,,; for Bullock was too Io pg a Republican party and accordingly demotes of Sumpter county.js ,,situated on within i three.years.. the rule'that oCt;Kellogg's noharm.Js nsurpatioarest'assured '. '
meant towards '
man and besides WaIft from Ills .tb rtoa bf> Its -'ooti n mid-lake LEATHER BELTING!RUBBER PACKINC,
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cone.I or about
J paiL; territory equidistant 'From Lake Enstes 'a' 'run or little you'your; property or'our rights;,pur. A :BvEsG,; : .
I : try." And while 'we congratulate the columns to tbe aid'and'' Comfort of the from either laje'. To.'tho West of Lees- more than a.mile leads into Lake Harris sue your*, usual ,avocations and you will 'ST VETINWARERQdERY.PUMPS. RespeetfiiBy; caDs the altentfen, of: .tie ddanI-",.

.j conventionopxmlio! : good A solecUoto for opponent. of puljlFcanlgm. ,_.. burg and about one' mile therefrom is the largest of-the' lake, group, and not molested; wd war1 against thieves, Lead and Iron Pipe, : chants to t fa BEAUTIFUL SOAP he asaiiactU

their ant :vdilivian| and .effete, purposes, 'Thts-u wtJJand: thisposition should the Improved, i. o'. budded natural grove onejjf the most'beautiful 'lakes* in the are'planderers-and: spoilers' 'of States. who mad It Ir Uw, This best Soap Washing I.pet Barber 9 Is and 1Iox.Toilet eoa SoaI$oB
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; we also opBgratfilate the republicans that have been taken long ago, no man can of' vende'i" Lee, of some' h 'tiousand whole country. ,Jt is quite irregular, in common Involving ruin;i your the'rights: race,ot nd the'colored-ours, in a _* 'Its.,SApUthS.OTJLItNOUCAR:;' and-. Orders$o bar should*., b*addressed Jo' .

MCb .men. P. Drew, of Ellaville, Hart, rightly pbjectto Mr.Sawyer!.*Awb p6UUv trees and one of the best groves' in this shape about sixteen miles in,,its -greatest as.well as th white race we are determined ,Mills, Evaporators ." A. BUSSING Dos wacksonYill ,FU.-.

of:Palatka, or Drew, of Jacksonvillewere cal opinions,nojrnnder.ordinary circumstances region, and near to this or &a/few'' length,and has a width of about'five to uphold and d.efend.elgned ? Gt-.# ', Rfi1lr, ,::7AlJi"z, atuf. Ten s-,6t ;

considered:too iensVb'la arid progressive to his opposition to whomsoever miles, .the, hereof Lake .Ar miles.- This lake remarkable from the -,[ ]]-, ,DnB.PjDor,. Smithing Jontta, ftr!". .! .cfly' QUIS EMILE MOURGEON];

to answer the purposes \n- be pleases, nor bin.advdcacy of!Donfpi- scattered, yarious. groves, of different fact that situated it-'is' 'about' Lieutenant-Governor- MtinGeroid'Commandet4nChIef For stylish,ladles' bat uk BikkyiCTATE *- .
: .'the midway .of, .Louisiana, ,. ,., ,_ .Froa PaAi France;o lately I'onmaa of tWSoWjlslandPyeiiicesttUlshneatW '
tendril l aud that .
atrocious .
; crime racy apd Democrats In.any,pape whictibe ) sizes-.belonging. to divers owners, between1 thVst; Johns'and1 The:"Withlacooohce -.' Statejnilitia;?' 'COUNTY AND CI'l7i ,

: or, being young men"killed' off Fosters ) owuj. or. controls.: But that I is, not autDg.n1U'w'pcbap"1to-( it, so occurjies.the_crest.bf ,|he The people .seem"to,have respondedwith mtOVElNq::, ..: : 'SCOURIXtf.KL"iT. "tSTABUSHLadjes' : -

Anno'and)Bonier.;, These men tuight th iscase. Th'owners of1 the Union ire lnd dividetHatfora, J largeportio:: 'p1 t ,tbe alacrity to' the advice given them .' SCRIP" ." and-G ntlet--en's Wearlot Appard:
have given a good df al of trouble hut without holders' by.Dr.Beard, eof the:speakers at the Lace Curtains, :
; as excepUonthe oiTlmpdr- fall-bearing. : l :L year'I its)walfrs! ,ae, sImultaneously! 'd6- Bought. and"sold at theFLORIDA'SAVINGS' ',- ., ,. -' LnceShawb.-
Canal -
tar as w. can see 1ti. theJnrid light of Unt and wcllpaJd'ojffices to which"they i In the:vicinity o..1 eesburg, and t theNortheutr.ranurnber charginff info the. ,Atlantic,. through the armed street.men wcrstatIoned'meeting and by at three the l intersection p!... i.;.8t1"', 1.1.l u., ,"-..ri >. 1.,1 j .- ..BANK., .-.ii.vORANGE :: sad- FORSYTH.STREET other fine fabrics vest,careftUly betweenNewnanandMar cli sad.dYS',,.

the New Orleans Jn a sjicref and accord'lhe were elected by EepubUcan otes.'r appointed principally St.: Johns, and 'also into:the"Gulf pfMexico of ,all tho: streets, on,'the: south (BOXES. :'y"--n :<- kctatnctS..r: : : ,

I :1ng ** now.c-i'lecblsm} of,equality: by Republican In aence., .Th.:small groves,,'owne by nunjenxM,'setc bugh'thVAVUhlacoochee: thus side; .' } ?/ .. : ; !' 'tr-: i".:: r .' _- ". "- '' I -.

.. jrthIl Ww" mp.b" psrf.1," ire1.tbtnouOO paper Js'faVgciy j sSipjMJrwd e poWprInt1i ,tIi.I hi other''directions'lan' ,4. ; Indicating an,easily.feasible;; iciute' ,''fpr 7 7pten 1)er':L TheJ'Statehqnsoa- taxe 1 har<:!This material material uffictent b madett tq'maTte uniform near MM 500 by orange machinery z ,LOi .FCluiecktis" 1t"'caD.a&. ",: \,
: } "y&'es S&te ''ah zfi to.rg.t'eEtr f iie4 at 7,. 6'clock nlhUl:'mornlngl;to ;making a tat which,will bold two hundred I, .r '! : 1'
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oTth Re- of fourteen miles -'" "*" "
I j 'JoN, LkeJGrma' ajcanal through a LieVterian -Go ,rn r P nn'.L.m{la with- aftJ'SiO sited orange*.--Will be foldrteap. i1CK
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aekIiiuJ; .._;. pQ --, r' r 1er r'TJi S f Ug". 't c i place now.owped; low eaw'grasi marsh;which with slight dnf ringV.t.gnritJ-vAll. :State' d city 9:5t1 Aniyitth.Bmhopl r "" :. '. ,A.Bay D-Mrot DCHAPPEIX., ...:. .r 1 J V4BRArr ftf GALLERY.PICTURES '- ,j f, '


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Sl9 ; SEPTEMBER' V
_TV l" ,.; 4Y ; !19.1874. ,

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1 CITY. NEWS. THE DEMOCRATIC 'DlSTSlCTCONVENTION. Mr. Drew, of Daval moved to Strikeout sc&cb of the attorney orpartiea adverse -OUR'-ENTtRPRlSLNGFriends 'e .

r:; V the word "democratic" which was I to such action on the part of the board, K' '!".Oato:st Col,nave seemingly spared no "._V .. .PURJU-rU, .J.**>rURNITURE ,. V.

1'1 6AT'CWATMOr.NDlC.5JPTPOU 19. 1874. Gen. J. J. Finley concurred in. The resolutions thus I continued until&'September 22dL J .. expense In mtrodudni the hmrtsomett soda tamtam V _
Nominated.
: ever tctwphi thai tiM '
drf. admired
" -- amended, were adopted.Mr. The to by everyone and :.W OO I
committeee whom .
, of Schedule. was re- die soda'.II pnItHJ- .J..I the ladies be .
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M Hereafter, the steamer Dictator will The delegates from the various counties Cafl/of Duval then begged leaveto ferredT.the. Jietidon rp. S.'pickeTt and .'thtIc!* T'r r"I I .:,V i .'.. J'-j "V V VV-<,..,?,t **w>9 V
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this city for Savannah and Charles- of the State Florida,of the Democratic introduce: a '.. resolution, in others lot' an appropriation "by the ICECREAM"* *' "'* V VV VV1V M" *.-..E.<> ,

': leave which this convention Tnat: aJI acknowledg be I .r.-t- ..... .
Saturday.A way of thinking, assembled atFolk's sympathized county to build a bridge over Six Mile ta mnerlor .any ever to be t. .M

" too on IV V Hall,,on Wednesday 16th of September strongly with the Cubans in their earnest creek were allowed. 'further, time to re TcmyeiMKe Wl this dry Rending prrvhmsry Room b to be obtained M the ,,\"V'-IS. : -.DRE.w: .
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at LAfeviriU, 6-t! !:t.' : :4 "
Text tor the School Board. 1874 and at 12.10 P. )., the straggles for independence, the ten- port. V ; ] 'I. : : i .-

to dency of which was to stroke''the hair The FOR RENT.A V V V. ." V w.
Editor yew SoulAAllow me' sug- meeting was called to .order by Captain collector of revenue for the county ,. y. ... -

gest the following AI a text for the SchoolBoard Noble A. Hull, of,Daval county. Hon. of the Cubans in this district the right presented & statement of taxes collected Apply lurnished at this room, centrally located. Rent low; -. SUITS. CHA BER SUITE.
occ. ., .
: Enoch J. Tann, of Madison', being declared way. As the Democratic party has for 1871 with the tax-books for that year, V j .1 ,V V VV .{ .' JIi.a

"Make to yourselves friends of the elected Chairman took made for itself such ah enviable reputa- which were received and referred'to the ,. ? 1' CIGARS? 1 '-V V VV >..
temporary
Imported, domestic and of their __ _V ; V ,:
Sf.It&t tion in the own rtr -
unrighteousness"
miramon of his seat upon I the rostrum and the fol- this' cause of freedom commenton president, with authority to ..procure'campetent out always be had,a better article and at a lower price ..BARS. & FIXTURES. .
16.9. resolution
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-V l lovriog gentlemen were appointed temporary unnecessary. person to examine the same than any other place in OK city st Gatoft Go's L* Yf.O

Accident.On Secretaries: Joshua L. Burch, Mr. Hagan of Columbia, moVed that and report at next meeting.A Faw.riMi 6-.Jd -' .. .\U. V

Wednesday evening. a little four of Duval ; G. B. Dickinson, of Orange the convention proceed to nominate their communication Jrom, Mrs. M..C. BUILDERS- AND CONTRACTORS -- ..r
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who lives in candidates Murphy asking relief from the board V WiDW"Iaabcr, dimstd PP DAUICZ DREW c
old boy of Mr. Miller Judge J.Tighlman, of Madison. for and PIANOS-ORG .V V.
year undressed,mouldings,shingles .
the or
etc.,at c3is.b.
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off the *his father's Vice President Shine,. of Marion taking care of an indigent lady for '. V.
La\ins fell piazza The first business of the convention some Lumber.Yard. Orders U delivered at. aw&ngs on comers/ V .

hone and broke his leg. Fortunately was the appointment of a committee on moved that the two-third rule be ad'optcd months ending August last,was.because the River receive-r* M st" '.. Home Having 1,the associated Sooth iVm,myself with jhe' BAY AND LAnA' STREETS1" .

hand and by the.convention which was agreedto. said matter is lathe past it I is not for Address LoonJ.Bxuuu now pt.pIIeJtO.cU : V- .
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Dr. Wakefiekl was soon on credentials, composed of' Messrs. Call ;) V V eat low price* far cash or by-a monthly jACKm-T .*. **: \

skillfully set the fractured limb and the and Burch, of Daval), and Dickinson, of the subsistence of a party in'want, and MARINE INTELLIGENCE.AK1ITALS V the Kn.be,HaDett .a D.v, Co.,Halnes iu.iii-.i-. V ..V'3 V 1v.;-.

child is rapidly recovering. Orange who reported the following The following gentlemen were then because it would be.a precedent for an WV Er..the Southern Gem P I V'V :" I: .355r
WasonftHamlm and 4U9
as entitled to in nominated as candidates before the convention unknown number of like applications, AND Ct 1VAQI3AT THE PORT OFJACKSOKVILU Ploubet Pelton- ft Co. "..MS i'Ii} V VV 44V43V !_.i
delegates seats this con V Easiest ta1_. CaB and see what
Day of Atonement vention for the 44th Congress:. beyond the ability of the county to meet V MjORIDA.ASJUT fer In the way of superior {nstnnmts and .' 'OUR- LARGE V.-- t--STOX.V -V

J. laid the ats. ...."M .. .;; "
J.Finley.of Duval on table. I
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Rev. Samuel :M. Laski will deliver a UST OF DELEGATES. ; !. H..Roper.of Sept.,,.m- Dictator.Yogd.Charleston. T" :' '* >'__ _>V "'-.l.r)iI'1V5VV
Alachua Robert Bullock of Marion The finance committee to whom Sept. ti,sen. Lena : ..: .'.V V V. u. VVVIIX
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lecture at Odd Fellowvs Hall* to-morrow .Alackua county.-W; IL Coughley, ; were Breed Wbeaw .QtfSept. .. ,;;. .V "V
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Noble A. J referred the claims of James CLaIA3. V ARfl .
betwc. and 7 o'clock. Tomorrow Elias, Earle, J. W.. Rogers George HulU of Duval.. Bell, recommended V V V .... .. -' '
evening, V be .6.sch Eliza J.Staples.Snoot.BeV.nSqic. .-. oz: ,_. .,:, .V $5 si'n.-t.10.1' .
I*' the Jewish Day of Atonement Helveston, C. Waits, M. Elliott., BAUxmxo FOE CANDIDATES. _that,he paid$ for bolding .tl.etr.-Oictakar.VSIbaZ1eUO.. ,NOTIOC. ., 101. ';. |W .',' .
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Sept. iS.sch. Nellie '01" V .J' V.: .
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.First Jordan.St.La
Ballot. 20 eight inquests and $15. for foes in
-Finley Roper 6 *
(Yom-Kippur.) A lecture will Eaker.-Y. B. Canova, B. H. Gurganus. ; ; To cor Exchanges Publishers and Printers .0. Vs.ISIV: J"l: '
1 Bullock, 7; Hull, 7. Total40. i larceny embezzlement'. cases transferred 'IIETEOROWGICALREaJm .. J'St. 1.1 .... ," .Io \
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delivered at the same II"
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also be on V 101. .,.:11 )
the Brerard.-2\o Second BoUoi.-Finley, 22; Roper, 5 V; to courts .above*e .-Other claimsnot Obserratlons take*'at 7 A.'.'.'... 'xland; ',-r. M. ./J.J.'.1'_ .'_ '. ..-. ; { ; .)' "'YI) ;! In .. Fu. .n V ". .W
place, at 12 o'clock, by same gentlema.n. representation present.l1radJord.Wnlla daily by the Signal Service C.S.. U TOE V
this ANSON
'. dty.a HARDY : 101 ., Ml ;: ,1'I'
Bullock3,7 Hull 6. all Dwcd. This .
-* T. Weeks Hiram ; 'Total'-' report was approvedby s.I .. ; _,' t I. IMe-V *.' *. .hI"f:; "r : V
_-_- Third Ballot.-Finley 24 4 the board and payment ordered 1 .L WbId. e. ,. Wl .* lot V. J- V
Roper II
Lstetlapto
Aldeman.Clay. ; ,. ; Sept, :0 i V V V Itl ..... 'Ml *.; ., _
Treasurer's Report. .-B. B. Canova"V..A. Hite. Hull"12. On this ballot, the' name of provided that claimant acknowledge -'V I -a.II I | I F SI Er 2 2V I MI IV '. MS ...4.-SOiIC A. V

We have received an itemized report Columbia,- John N. Brown A. B. Col..Bullock was dropped. Total >40. same in full satisfaction of all demands .174:1.I o.' I I : I .PAPER AND CARD'. ..," 101' Ol 10D&D-- MlJ V

of the ex-Treasurer of the"Board Public Hagen, W. J. Barnett.Dade. V At, the commencement'or '.the fourth against the county as-fees as.justice of 'r_L ,6o t. 3006,i 'y"$ .. E.8 '_Gentle''.!h:_ "I., -'I. V 1-1 bavc returned mann&cture'and' _' 'JOI IAIloGA..nuw.oo1oI IR" CW101iur.. 4 ; w1il VV
90 o.aO-a"dr
H. in ballot, the name of Columbus Drew of the peace and coroner. Wed. : S "rsrlol_.with which my tuulM has'been I
Instruction, W. Christy account Xo representation i 17.7. jftjsa 75 99" Gentle 0.00 Fair 1.'JUa _
present. M sa.e6 > ,SWGende10.00 tified,and so extensively circulated tar the 01191- )y.g aos.t V VV ,!-
with that Board, covering nine pages of 2)ufa/--Wiliian8on Call, Miles Price Dnval was proposed and ,supported by i The! president i ;was authorized to purchase # 5V19. S .79 oo Ia s SE Gaad.-O.ar : .yan: said dl1 k 101 1o1----VUVVV1fl ;
7 t--/ lot lObooo
The of the the Nassau delegation; but though this .medicines for the use of .Mrs. Thu tt 7 S4.99 76" SW Gcmk '-, Fair V Wiussc .u1..
foolscap. length report prevents Columbus Drew, Uriah Bowden. VS* '*' 9-9S "9 57"SW CaW o._ lurttiftfr ttmmitfiffifJkftrm ais7 : Viol 1(11. -- --.-.--------..Ol..ia
iLl publication in this issue. Hamilton.William was & turning point which if it had been Elsie O'Xeall, indigent, on prescriptionof V.* 9V ytjto to 'b.S Oende-o.00 "air'l I clarwitM wty m+mt*.t iturru.tit : lot V V V ilZOISLO1SDV&V D'O.L515VLSd2oI T !
J. Reynolds. Fri.1, 19 7VY3.06 11..14 calm 'dear ) 101' US. V 41OJ .
.- Madison.-E.. J. Vann John West V taken advantage of by that gentleman, :.attending; :physician, DIV.. V "*. 3-l. *? 4Vsg_ Fresh oun ojo.Fair. if y bust Improved Iron-Fntme PAPER. 101 10J t-JI. V ",101. ," ,.II1J V
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moveable ViOL '
with cutting board'two J. b- .10110J -
Invitation.The might as many" remarked have turned Knight. V Barometer corrected lor temperatur ,iui A Special R. J. Mays, J. Tighlman. VN. pered knives and squaring board still holds 10.. V :JG1oi'. &Ol} !

big alligator, in GrcenleaPs Museum Marion.-II. W. Long, J.. T. Rowe, the tables in his favor. ,yet. while acknowledging W. H. Avery's bill of f 26 for hauling QTICE, I tion as'the FAVOUTZ PAPKK Ctrrrn AII JOI 101 \\101 101 .. ....JOL 101 III lit :!

of Florida Curiosities has received G. J. Zehnbaner. the compliment,.Mr.! Drew decline'd logs for'Pine street bridge, was returned : ns.and the best imrrhme In ilK market.-fbr .. d. lOr r01 V. "., Vfl'I5 10. !VVV

invitation to attend the Stnte Fair! talau.-5amuel A.Svrann JobnMc- in favorof. Mr. Finley. to the.claimant as being: properly- Jresentable I have ioor Boys aged"respecti dy so, .''ad price. charged.. fcr. -.l it.. .".. ,. 101 VV V '. V V-r 1 1fl.
an .. .
whom 1 wish bind "' '
j years to out as apprentices M sornatrad I .JII1"J VVVVISI V VftV V 1.:261ft !
held at the of : fourth l1allot.-Fjnley, 28; Roper 4; to road commissioners, district *. AU of caeo*an netivet misrt bar- OarJy Card Cilli },! 1.101..ii .: lM"
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being city Indianapolis Friffin J.'J. Acosta > i iII
now W/Farmer ;1; naced the ;5.-01 .
Hull number Addtes.-V MARIA E...RITTEX; V MOST ossnuaiJt PAU>, II : .... :t 't.. Vt9 .. '; .VV,.
end will 'leave the city at once. It will C. C. Jones.Jtpah A._ Hicks, Lewis 8. Total 40. one.V It througn P..0.. or.at home,Julia.M._near Montoe.T .V market,for the general wes of a printing .01.: .' ,.. f. VV.M.J.- :

bo the greatest curiosity to be found Davis. ; 'j, Gen.- 'inley haying received the highest Six:dollars:pef month:was ordered. ''. V '2Jl.u; R-alt* Gird Ctrrt- : I.'_..V V.._.i.,'\'t.. .L; I '..." Vi1_.x i,

there. Orangc.-T..W.Sbine G. B. Dickinson. number of toteS. was declared elect. be paid by the auditor to Chas. Stewart: OTICE; VV V V 1wi improvements, b stiU piefcivsJ by FINEST, .\NIa. ., J.-RT... .cr. i
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mDuv&l ed'and by thotioniIias declared unani 1 J.; -as-- a charity. ,I bcrcby e'Ui.M.C.- VV IUCE- to tranuct by erCandholA Its favoritfaa.;".oveirother, If', V .t. ED ; m1J1 V5 I

Agricultural and Horticultural mous.- Ordered That the butlaess and collect for me during y abtence.r : For aba and prices see O1wtr circulars.
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president au .' ', .,
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Putnam.-F. L. Dancey H.- Peter- -- wM.klclf. ) r'
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Society.We The Chairman then appointed Messrs. thorized toJisve.alLthe required jx-p airs I 'JackiiqniDe.Sept. it.f Z)4"r B i9tfROBERSON. V ;D!; : ." J.J.
call the attention of members and man, J. C. Strickland, James.BlShop. of the poor-house made, and the same .V V V V r.1O""V',1" ': t .* I

all interested in Agricultural and florti st, Joln1.4.'r F.Llambias, J.; D. COOK i 6en'Dan ey Finley; Roper;lnf'ormhhn and_Drew of to blinomina.tionanclTcquestbis wait upon-I put ing'winter.-complete! .order, before the com t v.&"MAPSON--' .." :..,_ VV /OrJeW'sofciu* -- ..anVl.._can_-be. j filled_ by. return : ;V V" ',". t, '.. .J'-C...(: .'r..wf'. ._.II'; :.t..W I i !I

cultural improvement to the adjourned ley. V V VV VV JIave opened Cnt-cLus Address, "aacI":;1 : I
I attendance V a HAR .fj' ":;''' '- .IJ' I
meeting of(be abovcSockiiy. There no Suwance.3-' .; Hull. William! B.:: before The following accounts were audited I ANSON ; .SUB5TANTUU : '- i

privacy in its operations and all are cordially Taylor. : the convention. and ordered to be paid, to'Witi i SHAVING SALOON, V : 7'lseo&caWANTED t .! VV ,.'. .t'' VL. -., '., 'V-.. ,. .",'.....,, ,

tCJlu.CharJes Dongharty. A. II. V The nvention then adjourned kteri J. H. Durlcee Sheriff_, feeding prisoners far i earner of Pay and Pine streets.where a&the modem a. V. -:FUKSITUM.1'' ''>.. 5'55VV ,!
] invited to attend. Such societies month of July.t17 -- ---_:- ti{} __ : V ..
: m'ioules.Upon '11t9 so. appliances used by tbc test saloons fa the country can ii O .: J -V S. VV
Alexander. Same for same,for month August, 1874.__ iSo 80 be iound- .: : V. I& !
properly supported, may be instrumental Same for releases and COmmibDcals of "19111' V A lady of several year .' .
prisoners
in accomplishing( much good for thelocality Upon motion, the, followingi] gentlemen being again called) to order' for August. 1574-j *- <. u *3 S V h'/ ,: I and ence Mmie.in faching,Ichci the.a usual situation English Teacher branches V V : ; -;V II .V 4MVV 4a ,I
as in
Roper, of'Alachua, in'ibhcit'speeci Sam for costs in county coon August Term I i" .' .,'- '- .i, !u ". ** .
were then elected Vice Presidents pintroduced or private family. Reference given if ,, V
as __. .
and the SLite. At 10 1874.
A. II., at ---- 1705. V are prepared to pffercur stock at I
to the, conventionGEX. Same, for releases and ;t.-.ts III pdAoD-- ". --j *1.JiIILL..cu.H ..
the Florida Land .'gency.V of the Convention-:' S.- A. ers for July 1874...._.;.... 4 50 'I 145-Jt V' ,.m. ''BnmswickCo.V I L V .i TemarbbI,. 1'_Jcni'. tTra.'tjt,
Swann Nassau B. IL .. J. FHfLET, Henry Reed week on bridge u foot Pine stnet -. V tt 'j
; Gurganus ol f '. -T V-VVV al.V) iHWkfife

The Late Concert for the Poorhouse.We Baker; Thomas W. Shine of Orange., who gracefully accepted the nomination I 1874 leading, 17 days.Springfield.'1.sa'S:July sad to" A*'go.*f1Ih'I, Q I :: ': "I' JC1 h" t .dT < M USIC HAS Aiit.'CHARMS,> ,'. '** !: ,iK 7J-J*>_f* 'j.,
Calrin
tendered Oak
coffins furnished
Wilkinson by his-friends. the .Democra ; for burying pawpeTs. .1 "*'.TT i K- "T- :- !K '
Call then mowed r*
are glad to learn that the recent Esq., tic State .August S4th to s8th.**Tt _t-- ,' ,. C*4 ot GASH RETAIL.PRICE CURRENT. t .,a'' .p il a.l' .'- V-..:>._*' :T.* t* j
.
that Hon. Samuel l Fairbanks of Duval.be Convention, aDd pledg himself Same to buyriag John' Payne, a pauper;July : -. .
concert given at National Hall for the to .4, 1874 t-..-.-;.tV..- IS oo' Frah Goshen Bta er,per TV .....n 35C I IiCieae 's' r' .s. V". :
added the.list of ''Vice laborzealously for the party. V.!$; IlRV
Presidents Ordered .
That the board ,
.
until
alleviation of the condition of the inmates adjourn I'
,
.
PRICE
that The General was cheered as he closed I ten o'clock --\ TVV : tQ .RE DU',C : .u.w
a proposition was enthusiastically A. ) to-morrow .
of the county ouse durirgthe '. "1. -,.'.f. ":4 : '
poor. his FubaaJlarkct .it ,
i received. Upon ascending the rostrum, speech of acknowledgments..Enoch VVV ,.TUZSDAISCpLlSLb,4874." '2 -- -. -12 ,. ltV.4. \ < .I. wol". .
coming winter, was attended with a VV .. V Vf: .:.; r."C.Y<
'
J. Vann of Madison %U.b_ .: - -' : 't V 4V r' V V; VViV
fr. Fairbanks bowed to the audience being The boardmet_ pursuant'to: adjourn i.;jlOfDC.3 '
flVOV
good degree of V "Z f : cr JURNITURE CARPETS
success netting some
called
forty dollars all The and said: for, responded to the-call in ;a ment. A quorum present. V )Uarlcaibo CaCoc 3 Ibs lOr_ .._ r rT THE BEST IN THE' i ,WHITE J I NE;,VCAV I
over -
expenses. "Gentlemen! "You know V. I-am no pleasant and agreeable speech. The assessor of taxes' Being',present .Jrra Coflie.J/a lOr_ AloGO I ; iIJ..l-TA-Y3Z.A01. I KirrvaaiLCEDAR.LinCBEK.Mcin.
.,, .
committee return their thanks to Prof. r ; : ;" *.jui
Ochus for his personal professional as- speaker. I can'onty return my thanks V V Wilkinson convention! Call' Esq., then addressed I I with the isessmeni.roll,: W_,M. Lie d. : Layer( Raisins,i fli ioir..i-: 1_ ; Jo.If ..,...i[-''..""....,<..I ..JC_ V.t.V' V .....- ;: j : < 'JACUOHV\.V i .r. .. ?*.nA..J.-.V 'I jt-'

tor the honor conferred upon me." the in a few brief and appropriate I with appeared and showed ,to the board I t \V I L L'T LA'S i.. V ..
,. A-FE-. .
sistence, to the Union Brass Band for remarks. VV caraat iII. soc : .VrE:_ : 1 ... 4
Upon motion of Columbus Dre*, of that the assessment upon the property _'' t whtat *
mB sad of kinds .
food
their valuable services VII f n Jt Bscky *
cheerfully given, Col. D. P. Holland then rose to hIs roc :- -n".1. lot'
Daval the .officers, of the known as Ledwith's block had been V V. V
permanent : V 1.
and to Columbus Drew, Esq., for print- convention were declared to'- be s' follows feet aJ i.in' torrent of impassioned eloquence rated too high and asked that the asses- 7poca.pcr" ft;._, _,.-. ..V_ tjc i V :Vip12w ..oSHONINGEK .V'V; ::

ing which] was generously contributed. : V kept the convention in the high mont thereof be reduced. On motion Sugar Cored Shoolden.per fl) 12k f :_''.o-rP. 0 '_.JOR'-, a.u..jR._ _. VV

-a---- est' -possible3 state of .. fr : V j .,... 54. ? ... ..oJ.' .,:. V
excitement a-
his
-
.
.Presidenf.-flon. Enoch J. Van o f the assessment of said property was reduced Y .IH.T..pcr Th I VVVV- 7SC _:, VAV',0 t Y.I i :'VV : '- oH I!
In SALE. -
Short.A ta V VjVVIVV V V1VPm VV '
Madison o ti. eloquence, unsurpassed and his sharp to $12,000. LVV ?xr '.' *t V Oolong Tea rft"L,per U ... TJC :' 4 .1 .A c tau'RD-; ;< : :; V
fine horse belonging to A.Solary V biting' humor :like''a > < i ? ..11..> ."AO ', ';'"'' V .tVV .i j
_ ,Swa'nnof keen .Damascus The 1ndon 'f'j
Flee- -Tr&idcnitS.. : assessment roll was and I Imperial.Tea,icr Ib.1_ ;T. aoetof We* V
died Wednesday. Nassau I blade. motion the board V ", .., ,i ( ( r .;Tus tad to : 'Ta .
; B. H. Gurganns, Baker, and _proceeded to fix ,V PdcrTea . !
V Gun Ib_...
-If this thing continues we shall have Samuel Fairbanks ofDaval.Secretaries. E. ,iK Foster, tpoke] briefly %but, with the per centkge of tk epjinty3ax :r 1'U per .inr> ?t I .ADMIRABLY. .t.ADAPTD. .. .Vjh.X-, .to .S
: 4V
to set aside column spirit and was followed Col. Kfcng; AKo. i,per Ib.-._. _-i JQ t IN' D'fL: y. iis i'; : V
for WilliamR. I
a pugilistic re .-Joshua Loyd Burch, of by the year 1874. On motion the same was !IV OF SUGAR ANE AND '

ports.Mr. Daval; G. B. Dickinson of Orange and Anno, who extended his warm congratulations fixed at one-haif of one per cent for said Sea Foam,per can, V DC I. v A.i-'//..:' /,::',1._.._.'!.,. A :- .: RUITOE4JjCiNDS.O,, _.. VVVII. V
!
fr.VyV
P. A. Lvman has cone to St. Tighlman, Madison. tq..the convention upon the year.: r <- t. t j I u&i6i7.lair.JWll.1)lNGJ.OS Fa.
: -.a .
Augustine, hoping by a change of air to Upon motion. a committee, was --ap admirable. choice thev.'had- .;. made in. the, There Le1ni' a lackofrooni- 'T' in tie"of ( t. IOr _I. Il__e ( : }l.oo i iI The oea mosieat. 'talent.I the' corfatrr- : mad V &eras appIJ'VjV = V 0,. ,_II.rB._ ...-WVVL&V f4; :VV4 .!."ftI'J'X I

recruit his health. pointed ( from selection of a 'proper'representative to fice of the clerk of the circuit these Organs. Th, V.afctVsad best. More V V .e4asWaflac.aM V
comprising one each court, a 3lb Tomatoes 4 cans lOr _i.V --V ,, 'Y-: V ,. 2flrVV 1wtcr;wA..ewLIAtr1 .... V;! Vj4j4
bear the broad standard of resolution r .t' money,-gives'better satisfaction than I IVTV.
-Mr. delegation who were requested to drawa Democracy was adopted ro6m aJ I '- .nasar II
Wm. Rich left for Xew York &ha.nh'i I Grteao rs,4 cans fee ... LAid i .: f

chy yesterday to purchase a large stock platform declarative of the principlesof in the coming contest. the north of the court room,now, leased aB other- goods- -In proportion at the star of ,. now::nrT14.'I made. They comprise the- ir'/ ,.. ; ." '. .., '4&. .XIl:! V t

of groceries. this convention. r Upon motion, a Stale Executive Committee by the county commissioners, be used ':,.t1." it \ t.J Latest styto) straw pad. *2k,hata B
; V V JOHN ROCHE.A r Eurtta, Concerto Orckatra and C. V ./ -<-. _' >_... #
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was'appointed, comprising one for meetings of the board and be the r'. .
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of the V _
By permission I IrJQf,1 .
Convention
a .l- '.r V
Business, they say w looking f ..lc! ) VfJ- ;, ITc'-;-:):. ,' I pol"
up. from each county. to out the objects office "I : SAtE.' ; -tU.Ji .oA-.M
carry
,be. V. A
It would be it otherwise communication was read from Hon. proper clerk lof the: 'circuit -.J. V .it.J I' 1 t 4O .uU" VIV.lsm:, V 1
strange were V
Robert Bullock of Marion of the campaign, any three b:f court. ,as clerk of,.the,board and in that \: .JJ !.-.).! r-r as it has been flat on Its back.the whole deflnlngjiispoical wfiqm authorized f. J'/ . I IVI .f.j : .(11. '!VVIJAVXtq-\' Btwtntsd Cataloguesseat hy ka-peatpaid 'e... ._ : '''. .eD .. V
season. views and. prcss.Dg hiiradi- were to meetand act roomed to be kept'the records otthe dty.-naighberhood firsbcbsvon north side tit
.
: .. t4Ur1
for thejnterests of thl Democratic board exc1ad"ie.use street, between PIa.aN'Jjan. that the
ness to accept any position tendered party. ; room be for the if the St James Hotd. md., met,few emt fII
-The
stores on Bay street should be Noble A. Hull of Dnval was .
and VISTE&
him by the convention.It county of the board clerk except when )-.n..sHONnfGD A; CO. wisestotcartytswtwe jfcry.W.
,
..
numbered. Action to that effect on the was then motion joted to chosen as Chairman ot the State ExecutivejCbrumittee.Vnd needed as agrandozpcdtjroom. i :o: f f. )-:- V.in.f ZA1Ji2 Y : ; $ .:,In), z. :I" '
.upon 1 ; '
? ;
of : VV -VtOVlIISV.or' do wtt&ma
part the Council 'j1I ILAND. 7aenement'
would New Havea
meet with adjourn unlil''the hour of three o'clock to call a Six dollars P r'-m 1th wisiiIow& V ..r -, ? >i "' :_ -_ -.. _4iE.cab55 i '
approval. said I' itcbt "L U"Ih1I! ailD bC555 M
of two
meeting committee for immediate ; ; Of- '- '
1". M. in order to make suitable arranger Charles Oliver, indigent-,until further V: I. VV 'WATCHMAKERrA1bkVV .XlDZIALYNSKI : 1w'.: z'cbcu.W sad aba's wli V1athioow

-The commission of Hon. J. S. mente for the business of the convcntio'n.Jrn1IiOO. action. orders._ -_- V V -JEWELETcciaeTPIaeVaadBaTSt1. : MORR 5taths

Adams, as postmaster, this city, has BESSIOJT. .' .The, .conventionAdjourned- at, 12.35X.sinedie1 The board then adjourned until the V ..d. ,. :. ,I1"_ .'f"_}. ..n T. f .. two each fiont side,and with two piazza back.acrC:_IhI_dIdI d-#=

22d instant. .. f AUCTIONEER iwmd tlw feet to 1M
arrived comers twenty
V f
and be P. .
will enter on the disfcage ntton- .
The
Qiv was called to order J-1 if- .,r.' ato round the entire* L, with MI& V

of his duties to-day. at S.25 by President Vann. The plat .I -Banana skip thrown Tiponuie sidewalk x Q}Eomw.. r FLORIDA. I AND V.IV V isxao.'feet. thirty a1ladLa_.double woadj.

: -The Garden City base ball club will form'comm1Uee not having reported by Announcement r" are a decided luxury for all "who 0.- f COMMlSSlbk i "M : ,A-.WELL OF fiOOD..VATWU, V

arrive here next Wednesday evening. request of the convention. ,' Charles P. 'The Republicans of the R'Reconstructed chance tdTtread upon tnem.'T) | 2 r { NewjewIryCIockfratcb-; ..\ ."," ,' ,c' .' : 'trI11Wt i, Aciill L 1dk., .!'slob I

_
and the final game between the.Lees Cooper, Esq., made an address. States will hold a Convention at Chattanooga _. -Diamonds-:PIate and V Q-AD'kiwis of mftthandae received'onmentaadsoldatauctianorpnralesalev !! uIca.AIII with cemented wiUOafcrtyJeetol diahVMr fcet each other.pooL h V.

and that clab;,for the champion belt I Loud and repeatedaboits'of lEe;: addience Tennessee thelSth of October Just receJTed at Betteuni's CLAJln..1 Restaunnf/ssvera: }casks Vj u '' 1.1 Solid Gold and Silver ; : and order repaird.d rooghe The;western'lmTing one how*xtta ncendy* V I

will be played on the following then called E. K. Foster. ..Esq..toe,1loor next, for the purpose of taking into ,Ware etf : Every descriptioa sif goods entrusted to me -tha eastern occupying tne west half oL a sa ;
day. consideration the condition .affairs in mit-Oaret which vul be 1OId.bT.the. : jillon.-oi-, 1',1'Hl ; .,_". + >" *.. .h.e'T.'_..f .\ I wuttwdafposedoTu i! which is a fawn,with p.sck ad Sj
-The and short remarks of :i i.fl'peYgl1cc.60 cents .i94 .all.*5nth-" V
Electro Plating process recently D 3!itby the So 'Statcs J anS'to'issne an'address pqua ....w.1; t tI ./i-i .11 -. -1'. -'-. ."' -4.' ; aide caps ofFonyth meet.Aumiur Mark*aI V
BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE
Introduced into this be pointed Oat the duty of .the. jconven- I H 'DIAMONDS-PEARLS'AND ,a tWG4tOI1VVSd-Sb1bSC'IW2'' o.
city by Messrs! I : POREZNZ.V ;IPREt! !jVtVI F/ ) .J' "
I to the people 61 l i1 e country containing CKUJS STONES SK INV V 1870 by the present owner and occupied by him
,
,
;
Dobbins tion and
& Iverson enables our board begged them to select a candidate A dveHing-lkoase, pleaundy. and'ald, looted "" -V "' '?. FIXE GOLIX.IuiitulfLftlertt .- to(he owner,and prompt' *anJIS ---r ,residence harfag Ibtt' ot.b5tS os

ing house ) who cquld jpojnto the contest without a true statement on the s bje plenty<>Iic a cI snrtounflaj To ;,;1r".H'd.r. I Lai! : i.t j street and fifty*ro and a 1IalI feet on, A :
, people to assume an jJr of By of the gentlemen be leased by Ae'morth>year. ', I! V PALMETTC BLOCKr f. -between sheets two hBorfred and lea feet with V
style that cannot readily being hampered by a "Spanish fly request publishing TcrlA..Pl: 1.:1': ..1,1. ': :;:f .2'l f V dstera, bathroom pantries,do avassi.
"bo described.The Apply to r JactsonviHe. smaB lot of uraiiart. AS
thecall Collector Chairman E 5'1: !11 L! il' ; Soon iackiding a
Scott
of Jlffttefrajuit.
,
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Blister, in the shape of nb inconipre- .l1 j I imr rr I*"!**"f VJ g ihnamt on liP -
orange grove fever is decidedly Republican Execu.tveCommittce, olthe '/ h LAQspthTit:4: Z: i: "S-faxgr E'i1lI.1.il. { EPOT'2.UMBER : ,considered aa
hensible
platform.Columbus YARD.' V
Y"
,1 D the Increase all 1' } ; I'M! tl* artistic "_lUr. D ''-1tt"l'br'or
over the State. Every Second Congressional District hal Try oar 50 cent Alpaca.fuDy worth 60 cents. Also THE crnr.

mail brings eager inquiries'from those Drew, Esq.. tthen-made a appointed. the, ,' to pieces Black Alpaca J.centt per yard..jCaB al;k,r* .V -L.V: .- 2 -L-: : J (S,: .'f ,: CONTRACTORS:kV J"-.J VV .' good*fimtcbcuhMsi of air at aB times.Wul
Lo dream few brief remarks, characterized by fonowingpetsonno Tepi o-i'-t }BaiDiCt"Co.V AND k _CASH at n verr tow&nre..a*the owner in
: of. rich future in prosper resent this Dist icC.ln the Convention: V ._V S-," 'fV : "Stabdard: ,time t by'Chronome i f I* >:*"u : .va.'jiir: : o-wt1I.'m. 'T" ."* ', -':- !I I ot settlsag apJw pantcucua mrrvtiB
earnest fidelity to party. nrlnciDlesl.. .vet ;DEDUCTION IN PRIDES: ;. : \ "' I A. J.ROSS,
tin.The I Hdo.Dennis Eagan Hon. .H. Harmon V ,"" '" V l .FULL ,'114J1y t 1874 _
V: bti&1tVVVVV ASSORTUENT.OF ;
i ; terraced1:: ; '
warning the, .convention! against .the Fine ikacbtd 4-4 sWng aa'.aaaj ctsT -\-.t- .. VV .' .'i /i .Os 1 --- b5as ale .'I lIlI V
population of the earth is set Hon./T,:IV. Osbora Rev.'A, Grant and sheeting .ouiCnatJO ; .'J .VV V DRESSE pastySw or.
c10n selection of an 'ojtra man., for .suchanomination'would rs cts. .FraU'cf tbs Loom i4ajscC 'AH. wol _. VZ AND UNDRESSED _.corser4.auea, sad ( ..
un
at 1,391,032,000. The population I' result jn Hop."A; A.Enfght The'Congressional red and wfaiw ftuael*s t.'; 'IJnen. towels. .a CesuioeIesli ft 'vi'r": SSV; c MOULDINGS' AND SAWED{ V the St.James HeaL- V
of Jwk sure defeat. "* I : --"-. ., ?;: .:, L: % V: the abow mwed pre s 'iJ'.-, aYe fcr
towel .
c"ii' PINE :"
V. "
onTflleiaa Convention" th'1st 30% ,. SHINGLES V
y 15,000. So tJ;at of District held aj r-- k : *visitors. ." 1 1L
'
outaide' Wilk.1D1Cn.CaU. Esq., baa, chairman of Vp.13..atV \ .. -&L&CG ..Tin QantATn BOUL ilri'*r'i -- V. u / : '1'.1; .".'*. _.
Jacksonville there are 1,391.- committee Tallahassee last week, elected delegates V V 'I ,V V .V V .u..W. .VI .! .V; V 'CHRAP FOR'CASH'AT ---V 'i" _-_ :
the for
< 17/Joo inhabitants platform ;asked further V NEW SEASONABLE DRESS' DSi i .:.:. : ;- J j -V V .V4VV,. ., .aiit- .. <.. !'
V and dock
Lmea suits
that District. se9 .
: not a bad showing for .. .. ; '" DEPOT'LUMYAi Bucky
for time which was granted the Chairman V ; L. n.J' THE > ,* .' '
V .
the etcteation. T ..;.Just. .reeeiTtsl- _aa assorta ent. of new"Dress ck.i iso ... I. I : f. :: :" : .1ot"0.10"

; suggesting that the convention would Proceedings of the and sj cent*. Dampest ewer brought_thtcby. ,R A .- '. J* berdtBn.4.ansrttcft.Vck_ VfdNwsm
, -tt. L. Count Commis ./C4 and at all Ia on the river ailawiai. V .
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Mcintyre ED .
.
' engineer of the Jo receive the ., ro.B ai. : ,1. r. ,''' V
prepared report at ten sioners.Commissioners : .. : ._ a' .. .. V VV dcn.-.pI08pt. ; .rV ._' L-
steamer Ceo. V 0 J Jt ; < __ ___ ,
1L.Bird t tI V VaLOUI&j
j. ,. ,, -U-- V
: -- :
the ,_
belonging TBU. .
to o'clock on" V
" A. v. to-morrow. TO uNT'' : V .AXD ((0.aM&Iaa die 1
p- met A "M .Jt.nJ. ',
.
Bros. ,, Sept/lf. quorum 4 V V V ... V : 'Ud'I ft.W ; t..y : VV '.
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-Jia .
.retnrned on ckt4er14oestpf1e For th b1ltreeC V ---
fim Wednesday. After J convention present., Qlieurnles were waived I 'sumn 'A;larr? : ( PLACES ox Tlrt OCKLAWAHA'RIYER. V (
V
crew of lire :. at tN office of .' -, f : T iFlUVATEiO
. oak cotters will Apply. ; V f! 1 -' -> r- .- i iURNISED : :
Mr. Call delivered ft -j n "" V ..., : !
leaf'e) eW Bedford .comprebensire and the regular order of business dispeneei .reStl.. IaaHa'.S. I V 'V : ,1 T. a 1" FI
. for New . A.lI'ADJACDfr.COmi'BY .; 'u. had fa the of .
8nyn on address that ,1 V V : family COOM A; M.> ,
Octoberlst aDd: the occupied VV nt an with and] the board proceeded,to BUY YOURSELF A HOME.A .' ..V ,.. .,.V .:.. ".'vn..VVV. tD-- ; 4.. ,. .. I -.1. -*' LLCUOKVTU:. Hru ttreo. het*im LAerny
second October 10, hour In l itf-delivery. ..? _, V.V .. H.SiI.I:VVV V r.i ? j,1 *,w- ; _
being albonth earlier j hear titlODlre1atfve to roads.; Accordingly A'lLlA-*on St.Jok*'f**"?hlooere: Jbc sskOi's .V V .V .VVV.< .' .V. .... r ;l o ;. t -VP, ,.O.A" OAT. I. .IV '

. are than operations M.t e-t.etminat.1o or.Mi. Call's ad- "s'protest from Orlando 1i. Tnrnerind dth...i IcaII pac.1a.ricIJIIIt III Jad.1CI V VV V V. V -T.B.... :.. ?J. J ; IN1 4 V :1. -. -,1..J v V V '" .:T'-.II--"' : HAY- *'EOARPEXS. : I
V -V
'Y1ommenced. .V :' .'- .-! ;I.i .tt. : ; 'oJ"S J V
:. dress.the convention | jbu.flQVflffl; foTty-one otnerrgajnst ;'containing $1L-about acre*ready for VV VV The mvUrslgaeilintendiet.vemave t.hl I *. *, : I
.Protutheproceedot rescindinga planting: For paitiaOan; PT'y at'ihc countingroomof 'V CKIAVWArHAVULW.AkW. ,' sos,wU sett h sresl the late '.etet&lnntula ten oek Thursday mornlngl resolution of the board ) ..Ga..U'.Hoe.ta. :> :' .V A..f 0.. at ., ---- V
V Ka establishing a Tm New SOOTS.._ __ ,"., ', .v J"V .4T..J II It I V.. .: AL -, 7 :,.-"-; .. I '. .V' ."r i
Inta of the naI lhll, the occo- ,SECOKD. .DAT'. CESSIOir..,. road from a,,bridge pn.Little Cedar creek : < ",. .. V .. :_. ; t: i Apply taJ.C.Gu urj.Stkti9iltt. V : _. .t !

to poor houJe wW be envied The'CoDmtion met pursuantio- adjournment -- at Hart's road to the( '4- 'TH AT SODA TOUNTA1N, V V .'wiLtaEAVE; ;jfACKSONvriJiiLY V V I! .,ASs **.!;'1IH.V j --;,; ," II 'I Cf :
In. at le& nearest'lanaing on In./A FivoriU. dpstal...
Mck It Would be one 4laquar meal to and were called to order &t. said, creek, and showing the* cecessityof : ', VV .JIC EV ;:THURSDAY:MOR1NGJAT.8.cwcht t I* o at I; ., .:fD'r IA.IIr. : ; I

, 011I to no more than courte.rrltero il6.15A.ii.by.thePresident: *:.; VV ") thVroad and its non-interference and V CHY'AND msENGE:...< . '<.'" '.,, ....n. .- '' .' V r "i' VV VV ; : 1
lDTIt.e .
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the .,,. ; _.:.'f 'I' ... f .:" Jr'; I liTDs" '"iiZ..i1iA IEWBr
V tbe 'aeriea of Mr. Call Duval,as chairman of the : its ntujuryny person and Many on tWncla tbs mormfaf comptalajeBea* ; '_:" '.__, J. .: ,).,, : WOOD II BlCELrS""J VVVVVV :
7 V pray- v 1. _
articles -
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cV tometim"inee. Printed; in.iheZ7im- platform committf e reported ;&e ,tplat- I log;that cthQ .m" ":.' .I a acM or feeling.stupid. A gUm of Vkby or KSiengenfraoi .:,{ -C).' Agtnt vItgTKJP tav t': 9pVV... IIOd&.r.Jut"i.AIJ' ._-V'IV4 ami. IV VV 9VVV' SVtVVVV w V V

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AtMTSMy A. COCKC.VARfiCil.. 5 tr G"! ... .' ,. I : REAL .
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1 I SUPKUf COURT' -' 'si iGr"pldi Fur. :'THE'VORLD'S AWARD ( ; is neteby S gWeTthefaicc orttlon of Tit FUruUai n Bank dIJIdRIMIJLIV&*<**.{ IL ; S

: .' 0 Aa.oc&ti. dut.-LiLRLNDLL.J.doe.-J..D.WElTOO'J j: -k.#,. .S J-I"WJ- ) t .'.. ... S,NOTICE, the provisions of the law of UK SUM of Florida;with the principal place of business in the city of .

.t I.I 'U..d. IL. K V4.E YLEQ. : t : : ; : ; S :. ''RECEIVED t. '; : ? ar&he ; 'I WHO S U' O1DW
.ill ItLTKU B. FVSTKtt. : Co .... -. .v lh AGAIN" BYTWORLD'S .,. Iatur !. i*naB be that oia Bank fcr Saving and Loan,and,th*.purchase. and aalc I AT TAsnnjpS I
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.' CIRCUIT OOUBT. attawt" r. J'OW'J ; The capital stock(which may be Increased at'any meeting of shareholders called for that purpose) shall b* H. ROBINSON'

.. 'i bt.Y.4Jda1W.- .W.vii NESS, Pensaoola., C 1% ROBINSON # CO.:,, UTB: : : EAVj RtT: .. '*, of 1L'Mcla.IQ per.cent..shall be paid In upon commencing business,and the balance in installments'as
U" 1'.W. WUITK QI&IIIC1. Winev of the S W1L&s2.a&
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r a. ,. as".' y" 5KYtIOlf.ZrI1 Oak., R 'EVrATEAND'lNSURA CE'BROKERS : ( Thi corporation will go Into operation July 6th, 1874 and continue twenty year DRUGGIST
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m.B.AKCHlBALD Jackson- = .
hithest this Itself shall be
..t ; The amount liability to which corporation can subject 1250,000. -' .

I 1 I IB rill Judicial*. ClrcuH-J. II.OO8S Ocala Agen t F'rmi 4 jri*' ManhattaB:... lM&iruN" 'Cpmpanr of I ; ',. hJJ.officer of this .corporation shall serve- without salary until"otherwise provided by a.vote of the stock Hoe*, Block. Bay'Sc' -

: 8da"" e". .T. MAOBEE.Tampa. AueUMPa9..CIrIaj. : uil'vlded. Wrrii''* flk ..W. J JUCE ED&lrpriH. .55- of lard It interest,to be Invested under the direction ofwcU-knowndtae .
4t 7-.a-'J""I. .3JN.'BETrFSI means employing at a good rate
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_L SEVIING esolwell-kD01m\'aluelDsua4ouwmillltbcrlakCII losing by entrusting I cosirovKDrMo
: UVAL COUNTY. .MACHINE. SALESOF. 1873:. foreign corporations to be sent to far off cities for Investment. nirrzoaisna l 1 1K

.. j .. CeutJ ll&d.-W. A. MrLKAX ,' ; Omens.The officer of this corporation shall consist of a President/a V'KII1"1'aideDl and Treasurer anda .

..: .., Clerk.f Court-OSCAR HART. ., ". Board of three or more Directors,to be chosen annually. ,,commencing November 1,*873,and to hold offic
: 8 rUr-lOiEPIIH.DUaXU. A'ND'SURGEON The'Table"of Sewing Machine Sales'for'1873 show*that our sales last:year amounted to s32M4'Machines'. until their successors are duly chosen.. AR'NE'"S I-

', ..taM 8olidtor-T. A. McDONNELL.OmiBty PhYSICIAN T" being a Urge Increase ever the tale of the previous jear(1871)) 'The table also shows that, MurriBGl.-r-Regular meeting ft the corporation for the election of officers and other business,shall be held _
'- Bolioitw-CUAS. .' I 1. annually commencing November z, i87$. .
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JackMnvfll. Fla. S .ss .. 5 5 s5 S 5 1.5.-.h:5 i ;. HOCKS.-The hours for transaction business shall be o'clock clock '
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;. I 1, -\-.W,HWAIX.A regular from.9 a.m. to) p. m. FLUID 'ExrRACr'S
,-. *- ....ot-.. c. aiucELtcr. 1 OpiHov-rrn$9Laazidi.dfl.pm. OUR SALES, EXCEED. THOSE, OF..ANY. OTHER. COMPANY] daily except Sundays and holidays,and on Saturdays until 7 o'clock p. m.. "
OoIJector-J ETD,JUNES. .Orvic*AKoRKSiDKMr ..-Corner Ocean'and Monroe '.' : J DEPOSITS.-Deposits will be entered in the book*cube corporation and also in a book tq be given to the depositor.
.;: BaprrinUindmt of&bnol*-C.7.l WBET.' S 5 .. t. C\ ;,;Ii, '. S .-S Thi*book will be evidence of his or her property. When money are withdrawn this book must be

r 'IbodolleenJ..L. Borc). J. C.Uemming Hi A:: streets. 67601"D -5 I. .For-\_the. period named. ,by. the number of i 13,154. MacUnes.'or, 'ne.. ., brought to the Bank to hive the payment entered. Depositors may take out the money themselves or,hi case B U C"'ft U
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1; ((1. / fMkL : absence at sickness;it will!be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book Deposits I

1h 'i Jtoury rnUc 7ohn.O.:UamfJ.1"B.'xhaJ'1l.T.'I AER: & MARKENS S \ 5 .DOUBLE THOSE OFANY OTHER. COMPANY;" '. ,? :> > will be repaid at any time when called for.when there is a sufficient amount in the treasury uninvested; otherwise -
a KIU a P. Cooper. Chas. )L. Bummers, W. O. ,- S5_ S ,at the earliest'practicable period;in the order in whKh they may be called for. Tte only!fooir
3I\J Jeffrey, 4rin Hloios Wm. if. Led with. .)L.' 14 A '. I Isrraarr: .-Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(or two cents per day on f 100))win be paid *remedy for

:' Chu y,Thorn. O.Kazcy,J.W.Swaim. B.Oranrer, STRICTLY WUOLSA1X"GR'OCERS.; It may be further stated that the sales'of 1871 show a relatively larger Increase beyond the sales-of other annually u 'all deposit which shall have remained three months or more in the Bank,to be added annually ,v .t' f

1I ,.,! Jo. lL Dwkee Coarinjton VT. L.Coan. ..W.I makers than of any other year." For Intranet, In 1(7 we cold 45,000 more-Machine than any other company S totheprlncipalotbeDcpo.Itnr. ... ., ,
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ACCOANTS UNCAUJU FOR.-Any account which nothing shall be added and whTcVshall have remained
I Whitney. ; where,in xljj, the sales were '. jo DISEASE
'.'\ Oonniv C enen-Kl1es Pric, L fortune, JACKSONVILLE/FLA.1 S.,, \ ._, '.r. .'!' uncalled for seven year'shall eeta to bear interest. S
II.U. Uorg T.8 KllaK. Jones.JcitloM I S '. ACCOUNTS PAYA)U.TO HEIXS.:-.If.persons die Who own money'Id S this Savings aDktic'IIIOIICJ will be 'J'J U .i4':iS .; ,

i4, of the Peace W, W. mznpion. W.i. 43Goods at Sb'vanna; i and Charleston prices.. I ,1 S2M; .IN'EXCESS, OF oRrn1EsrcoMrrITpn.! paid to their legal representatives ,. ; 5 5 .- : !t .. LiGOth' -
( BusomemlU C. .Tov.n&IIenry C. Zlo& Jame* JIR .5 JBAjir jBoops.Although the officen.wiU endeavor, by all'possible means,to prevent frauds,yet all payments "
:' M. WiI IlODo M. P. Chupprtl. A. U.Philip. VT. L. S to person producing the bank-book shall bo valid payments t/discbarjathei ccrpotatiooS! '
I-. r ..'t' Ooan. A. Bu slnj, Wm. Oordon J.F.JiOU1UI J. S S These figure ar* all! the mon remarkable for the reason that the Wet of 'IdpaJ cofepamerin are I CHILDMNS Eln U,- l'areJI"or guardians of minor children may deposit money as trustees for the ;; RA1TEL'/STItCTUI s
W. Menard. & KOOKER, LESS than their sales ia 187; whereas a*baa been shown,our sales have LARGELY INCIU.ASED.,The benefit e f such minors until they become age Interest upon which may be wiimlrawn-annually or added lilt S '
flurv >.or.Ch** '. Smith.- NORTON account"of sale Is from sworn returns made to the owners of the Sewing Machine Patents. It win hardly be I ,th principal. .', '*l.. : DIABETES DYSPEPSIA

,f r Inspector of Lumber-H. U.Vtodj,B.W.Con*. REAL ESTATE'DEAI ERS, corner Ocean and Bay denied that the cuperioritv of the Singer Machines'I I.fully demonstrated. all.event*that their. popularity in SPECIAL EJDQWVITPLAN.-.CpOiL2 I in the Florida Saving Bank anouniIugto''70"duriDie hear for a NERVOUS ;DEBILI. '.
: ....Jr. ,, Florida. S household Is.unquestionableT.. '- term of ten year wll secure the depositor a cash payment ofiooo at the end of the term, or proportionatelyon

:i.; Oonstablrc, tt. Mart S.Witaon, l. Smith ;.J. streets Money,Jacksonville loaned on Real Estate security._ General I ', : f S .smaller larger annual deposits.;.In case of jnabifify to complete the ten annual payments'the depositor TY, DROPSY,
; J.f orb**,Jamcn Xn*,J.H.Brown.CItV Life and Fire Insurance Agents and dealers In PineLands S 5 can withdraw the amounts already paid in,upon giving three month notice together with the accrued interest
plantation&c suburb :; STATISTICS OE. ;SWORN, SALES: ;, ; ,I thereon. ;-This plan unlike ordinary liCtinsurance,secure the depositor against forfeiture previous payments NON-RETENTION '
Springfield specialty. >NJO'R:
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OF TACKSOMVILLE..' Correspondence solicited. 3sBswtfJ (; ,. ',': :i :. URINE, IRRITATIONS .
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r if' .MayorPETEB_ JOKES K..c. S : Companle Sold la 1(73. i : Sold In': ]*- ', ', ,-..: SS a. certificate for bllt tkt amount qfstuk depetitt payable in ten year*.in favor of any person designated. ULCERATION OFTHE '
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;" ', KUb&KIX tT.WntTTXJVOLABJmi.Jf.BOST B. C.> DREW,. : THE SINGER_.1:----- ;:........;.... .32:: W.758! .__??....__,. *,S this State of at least moneys double the value or in other ample collateral lCtUr mortgages.' on-- <-and" personal- S property" ia 'k' { !

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Mmtal-K.FORTUNK.' ATTORNEY. AND' .---S ... : 49.5'S. 'Decrease' L. 9Aio property' : .

,. ." Clerk-IT.If. CHRISTY.Trxom CUNSELLOAT.LMS 5S CroverfeBaker.U.. ; 86,179- .' 'l'5 ,oio Decrease_ '15..83 JAMES H. PAINE ." SAM'L- -.SPEARINa.- JONATHAN'C;CREELEY.: ,
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; : : -C. B. SIMMONS oirc U the .!-i'.I.. 4,444 !t' 1 .:'Sea-sid vflU:.sites"sale pit Fort George'Island. The l'finest sea bathing cool sea breezes,magnificent .
new Freedman I Bank uQdiDgcomct Wn.oa__ I' '.
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L) Pine and : ofpalmetto oak.'DIagool131inynle. &e.; &c. LencorriMEa
Forryth Streets Jacksonville;Fin; 1 or Whites
of WM. Howe .; .. :... _.. ... ..'.." '.'Decrease" 'j l Call and Diseases"of the PI'IIItnIa
J ck rk Market- QAEVIX.MA8OSIC. I $. L.AMUKIW*. t:a. C.S .'t>*rw.TM.&H.J. ; ; No returns (Estimated) 145,000 :. S see the photographic view at the Florida Savings Bank. and Real Estate Exchange.on Ocean, street. Cland Stone in tha BUdder.
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', 7-8-i8-tf' S. OceuI.DearFOISytfutrect.
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t. ': C; D. C.Davkini, Keoonler.Begvlir meeUnr IrtndMT .' J. E. Pratncsdo1t3.q8 4,262 'IVcrfiBt..- ,. I.e.i; :. : BLADDER. KIDNEYS. AND DR01'sI.
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; Grand Master-&.aIl JacksonvlU S OUR NEW .FAMILY AT'WHOLESALE BY. ..i.-. ,.r; ;
'I. "., Onnd Deputy Mastrr-IX O.'.Tallahass ATFORNEYATLAVS :MACHINES ,:" "it. ; I,.*.1L: b..- ;;i-i.; -i ." : ;,') .".' Easting iftjnoi,women and children.NO .

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'Oriad TrMumrer D. L.Oakley.Montlodlo.;. ; lJbfC tl n.:Ee o( li i lb tfLi p . :. ?, : : :AGE!
S *5'; O34tsaeI&37.rD.VJtTkin*, Jacksonville.Ottnd ,. ,Acton*1s5n7., Speed; Cpcftyfot Range and Variety of Work, tine oroamc-Lz f; )!U '. .1 A(,. : ; : I
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'5:. "r I. :;?;. DISTRICT DEPUTY : -S 5'I; ,tJ..i( ; fl. 'J J j. S "J '.,1 .: 'I.. .." .;,,'lJ !cODibined.. worth mom than aK:OIlIer. Sucbea

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I .! i. : WM JametV Hotel pleasantly klnuted; in one of the best seven mile* north ef Mpwjultoiiolet;at Port Orange{ : ::: <: D1Ylf-1 !PAPERS:.. hr' ..j. .rl.. il: twi; Ii S > .:- { i .J.' ,

I 1 1WANKS I neighborhood u the dtyS house 1a1lOW.' wlltk six rooms!' >.100acres;i,150 acres 1cb bamnock lying rnIl "...........H. ...f 'oo.....(t ..n'.". .,." ., .. ...... ... .,........I' ,. C. O. LIVINGSTO!' :
t. : 5-.T-: AT'FORNEtS i plenty of doseu:and good len'* lot :' : Ii' vr'fiHifay
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i P-.a.-.r. J'\ If" ," .. ,' M.Kj.ji'j'iWASHINGT6N; : i welI-hh pump on back porch,which b covered with. and I II surrounded with'large,bearing,orange'bees- .: ', ; -r.-it r" ,\.NUll.I', I ', .a ; manyoth. et. }. z. ; I, s0 ", s-.T.',.
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i ..-__-* w,-.. .-,'..-. .! ..:., .Co.-. ....--_.* .. UE i*a Sue opening in Springfield; a few thousand dollar and river drainodjs.4psi for suw-sotrni.runnthg to thc '.,: .. "i, I. '.:.', .,,',, .J,., ;" I. ,.., I .i' .
I COLORED PRINTING AND GILT- WORK. S .Yct1.1N l:: 'U!! t- will go a great way just now. For particular* enquire wild traDIportatiOlJofCfOl; irnmtme quantities( ... . . < (l
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with cords and weights ion pulley*andi-reaching/to,the orange tree. and Bower;In Florldat YoucMget? \j: Yf T '1 n "l'J.Jl. ,; !. __ :pr0frgrpSgSplyto

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