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 Material Information
Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00020
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Related Items: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1874 : Weekly)

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THE NEW SOUTH. tj toadmit L *,. ?-,.-..bt'.,.-,*. These es- loves-1 'ligh't artb '*'warm'' climatt spch'ianns'ct wuz- ha d lpectiwis .thir. itaJi".'"; ::" "" .f **. "i.i ..,... *, nj .,'. ,:..., .. ...'j-- ; ._1:' :..; '
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I instead'of-plants they hail'transportedwell wayt.Tbe.; earth; JsTspaded: to ,the 1 caddqd 'ewaitd. calmly..foo ifie .TheyDispersed. v 'T" -, .T. > ;:-Jr ri- "4) '. ro ENE..J\.YB. &. we 'a---_A_ '__.__ "'. .t. ;."
KMS Of SUBSCRIPTION: TJYe HedJ ai .
T Tipened fruit 'inrl planted.Uheseed : : .!meetin\the."sameJQite, r.I-YjLM! < lVQ
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mall subscriber f 3-So per annua. c bIackts ; however;
VILLE.-i'ENSACOr..r-AND
tm-.nu'f'i1lC; or. ... .UVc7teD trfnd*J: and .an I cst extra d.cop:" :, / But i it i is. Also\r3ifficulUd.i ( understand Iti; little quares are formed;'so I .Bthydi4't come/. rJ.fter.: wait. .! to thedeat.kerery, and pledgedpurseljresto resist .,1 If'..V' _....L wUi. '01*gemJn" .' J-1*iinich'4ar# .'liV'way." .".4.'.'.of.''.Ofmr.j'V" (J MOBILE; KAILROAUCO.
(W\U'tent to -. -Jiowj.tbe Kpman*, w'ho excelled that the water attempt tp'sobjugate L ;
; ;, ; mayflow around them i pa Mc eHerrWhohadhitedr1n .

t41w0 WeELt 145. watt eac.subscribers T-rr f i ci,p't.* &annuftl., Fittt eopo ell in agriculture, could have ignored -, in i shallow furrows; 4n these .squares liD.f awhile;i fcn,pt ,dozen djrinks, scjes j t e.d :j ef need us be,.*rutber n<3o layudowa than ; our jives "", !.., ,;'d'.i".f;., .1! ".' ....;'. 8..T\.l.' will Oa run ud as follows after StnlD f, ,.V'. MAY. ,z1,4k4.:ixW .

1eI.fI-40Wdi, _, r. t>c neglected*thisUf: if had .been I the :hole' J is f opened', by the hands, a t haLthe.bttMtigtoo. under 'thecircumstances' rule at the submit to nig ., ..; eo,:: .,.: .. ,_ "q .r., ....(1'! OJ.. h. 'ASSENGER' TRAINS| WEST
ger Corners 1DA1LYFOR
td Tallow
ADVERTISING RATESt practicable .by this means tos adorn 'palm in.width, n4iu. thatare placed wood be toondJoqorth'e'I orl "4:4. :.; : SA.V.UUU1I..ND7AtUHASStL'Laft

'Sf..:.,,*r per'**.<*less'.tl InsertW; their'gardens with this preclotis I fruit. three seeds f 3D ..": 1 nigger*.to,.oppress us in any way.,.The ." "A JU.-WJ1 j. L.;. fl '.pJ. '
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.tdI..WftIteM *"*". SO ce.petiaothisrIt*, v '..Corpers.: ,is now. .serener, than .It.hex I If JLwj.T wbtl.to,.taVt.- .>ftcrcatioG-. PPia_ e I"-40Pud I.4JO '
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l..dOat _cia a'more'dlflicuh points ..below! touching each other 'seTbl -
; thIngsed thfCaptb bfei! for B0ttakd to., ttmt. '
'v nt 't. years. .1.1 ro ELjTOONI'S Satoo.Bay M "1ii : &s.i .
...A.t.;.."%Wtio.itnaocntlpertme.*. W"G. obstacle: to, surmount, namely, tr'e) |.and after covering them with, the shood be'nipt!&< thekbud.' : ';Iri- sich :riai J'V., Nisiw.Whtch.wua ., .-'' ";!;.1' ';. i.1rjL:! It 11. x-.Vsdl; -V1-- -. cir.:*'-3*and :

climate., It is easy to demonstratethat eatththe1'must! well watered every i matters ti this the heroic treafrnertjhthc.besL i .)! t 11'" 1 .. .:MoadcttDoi_ ,

TOMS ADAMS: C* IK CARRUTH ADVAVCK.x t CO.,, .many Countries of Europe:have day; They will sprout sooner if.:the : Lopk to the-caps :onyoiir: (. '- : '. ;I.'t r;), _. '.f..7'T' .:<..'-' rs a-1? 'H:' T J." -. IOp r,3It"

A_ lacksonrille. Florida.: suffered ..greatchanes' tftlhnite 'Is As -. .laported, ., Bass'. ,Ale.wdranshu. Cafl for.Ii *]'B Quincy.--- ,'_ ,_. tf.tn f amASSENGER
;, i Jinthe.course'of water tepid. soon'as"they geminate guns, and let.-m hence'41 fc ; ] r -' i.ciSCU.t.ANi S OJ' : : Ant at Q ..Io? tMe_. :: '- 'r ;c

-- centuries.; The culturebf they must;' be ''kept'.well l clear And takin, another vjjribk;; qy,. tw,6, -,,-._! ,-. :-, '. ,.. '. : ,.r _' :. ." s. ,: .TOCNl' ,t r the, liUtropoEtamBullardSaloosu'. P : TRAINS L&STrnAILY. FROM
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A Signbowi.I the earth,- the cutting away of forV ofweeds :or.' grass;, 'then: i iii ,the"third wesailed. I 'out.tq.fiftd.thega. .crin host : ''; .'; .. .' ., .r', 3-53" .TALLAHASSEE, .lAND-JACX.iONVILLL) FOR SAVANNAH*

win paint you s*&",rumse1ler. egh.bovcyaurdoor ststhedryuiig up of marshes would year they may .transplanted: each that bed determined MELLONVILtErHOUSE; 2 ..,* I .
appn.ur.dstruck- t' I.tarft : ;
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And ; TOHN' CLARK ; Y I :'=a
better signboard necessarily have.thjs effect. But it isnot. to.its, own place. If one fishes/to sbunJ We .yrut "a gallariCforce. .By ,. ., '. (. ..'... 'I "-'.1i' ',! I ."t, ,,,'If'1. 'l : 0uiatY.:1:10. "
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.. A Th truer e'erjrouhadbeforei ..>...; ._ ,.. needful to reason, from physical to., make. a sprout or scion' .("I1tQ) tbe tia_"'_!. trIli"_)" >-.'#rr-*ui a-'r 'of; lEmiiIr.Lx.oRA2-Gi cothryrri2u:: a f.Jf ; > FORWARDING1: ". :' !. ::'..,.1._Mircl.1, L' t-. "ap: RD',_ .

,. .' I wfll pal you with the 1"H"of a master. : facts:" .hisftory'offers; ceriain proofto w'itshould"not be*plutj 1 edtnore th T' wti'z btt d d'1i, uttn t 't J. Jan. -." C LX 2jJ ..P ANr ,maA f... ': ..\'..' a"r'. ... "' 111. ..Msdi..a_. -_ -_- :r. .
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AYIhUpaetoIce us. Virgil observes in the Georgjcs t ban' a' foot :and",' a half, 'in' order t he teeth. 'with wirpins' oftepst'ie' and -5:50.5.11, ,' 'S' j:f1 'mT ..; ':, ? ., 4I'1I',1o. tD.;;, ,.: 'I a :: city-' ___rEIG SSO&&m.sad sad 1 sxzj. ''..... }, ._ '

Tub wonderful piece d painting, that,it.was ,Accessary 'cover up the that rJi 'may'hoi TPt It is f easier 'to defensive .: : do i'fki S't,'1' ifER'CifX'w 'Arrr M ._goo&maad .-.,. _

So lie the reality. the sheep in.t. Roman field (tf rtf pf nt_ a bud.(claba), which i should otbft AVe diskivered no nigger'iiil'we- ; ,.' i '/ /i .(-* -i- w' ; -- '/ *.M.JT . eaCjick( onTffle'ioisamaBd 4:1$
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I win paint yourself rumseller.As Rotfiano) to keep them'alive in wint i'., l : larger.than"jhe,handj of ah elbo.w's butsidethevillagei: "The' fi.rSt- .-n 'DIDDELL'HOIJSEI_ ; (: :, : : .. ", ,, -*" :AND,: D.d."llC"./-jf't. :' .4:4:- );: ) ", .'" ,- TRAINS TO ST. MARS *- '

in you the wait morn for of that manhood.A fair young. boy, ., Pliny the younger, in describing; length,and; united.upon-all sides with saw" wtrz1a b1bthirsy"iretchbowas.ahoin'cOrnH&looked !j' ,. -. FERNANDINA. ,,FLA.,! r-; t .ROCEJUEs...1 P&OYISIONSGRAIN.} ocsdiJS..' 7Thandays and Satvxa4: ,'.-

Just mother'pride and joy. country place he'possessed (In Tuscany the. knots and. ,thorns cut without ; at:us and -,1' ".r.I .: HATSEGARS: ; '. *C.id .-" Arrhr Leave*T.U.1IIa:2J.at St. ** ,-.,_. ,_ :. '

He bai no thought of topping, said the. 'coldwas'50'rude there that touching'the'buds near the end, which glared.xlefiance .1 anin in i 'SAMUEL. TrRiDDt, ;'Pr pridar; ", .i; / -i i< : !'U // .:t.'& La'eSt.Muks- ,njo t.jj p.
an :offeasie ";.; ,". .- __. '1 + -: Sole Agents for Florida for ., .l.rriftac.T"n..IMtMI ,
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he could nottultivate the : : .. ; M :ao
Kim with i smile ; olive the ace the of the j' .
But you erect ; germ hoped-for plant, manner. nt- his hoc, : .:' -, I r And you to teem to blithe and friend!y mjTtle/'nor..rocher; trees. Horace as-, The most careful rscinslmmerse.. .G"SPcudid 'I" i'. "i L,' '" .'ATcrin*.Chemical Paint.and- "' '. 'JlOBEaTw.a.t% .
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That he to chat awhile One look'ur hizzerawuz ''suffi chent :: cJ ..otiont sstAtlandcbeajlt. !,.srvr ''(-.." It': ,- ii'-- ''.: ''''' ;;llectIIhW ADd c.1.1iImL
pauses snres us' that the streets of Rome. were endn, | manure .of cows,"or cover'if : '- WsPatMoorve. H.L.MAGEE,Asa's Sot. .A... ,f.. "

I wUl paint you jrumseller; filled with, snow and .ice, and that i with' ,sea alga"-j ..sometimes they'.en to ,inflamtCapL .McPelter -;ragc. -_ .a-' 'j--l ; 'fi'.rn. I Ajeot for .". --r. !
; Refreshing sea breexes. ... r H
I will fiaint you as you stand this covered the torrents 'and rivers velop, it. in. waxed,clay ,and .when "That double/dycd' villin:voted the : :--i. -, -. t.-y 'it'rtii. rr p iri j' ; < Smiaz a <'r UZZIE'iERa.Ii' : ):. Buck tclh, boots"._and- -sKoei. c- 'c .pctf v *t

With foaming glass*f liquor .' even in rigorous' winters. thus the branch cleen.. Republican ticket last I fall-if '- ,rr,. .S : ',''. ,,7.1 l'H.t"; :Y ,

Holding in either hand. paints .thesuperstitions Juvenal in,well, prepared mixed earth they.place The he lives"hewilldpi i agen'1-tbis filll".. OPEN, 'D. RI G THE SUMMER! <'.,H." '.. f' ....',-VOLUSIA-' .. ..' A "G." ., &'W.TvT.. bJ.' RAILROADi1 .
,but him woman asbreaking cutting or ..t ci .:Sf.ai : fS> : .
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He ,
waVeS you urgt : his faithful ; ,
.And.putting his .w. .AIID .
!** thejice.ih.winter: in order to' sprout I be 'more"slender and gun to ., .. .J \ '1" I' I" ."N: 'L ,' .t1=,:-FioM'V.
Drink! p1edgeoteuttthone may ..BOARD"i': ; ,!,; .
shoulder he
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make her :giv>ne looki'at, 'the ,'hid-- "',',Vaa Brunt ft.'.. Lin*Sailing Packet **j --?
ablutions. -
And he lifts the filaii and Craiiwlt, Strabo reports shorter; it is plunged like the bud-but 'Pei:4a7, I !. Iii" FERNANDIXA'TO. CEDAR KEYS; "
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And the hellish work is done. 'that the":.yinc' would not grow Jri the cutting should :.Vfome'af least(, two PerSecoot, ir Per week. 'from J3to 'll/.O .: .. ;.. ';.JR.O'L NEW YOZK l' -;:"' ; I' .. "-
l"Idrawdythe o : ; ''GODIO'.j: Cm1llCrar
And t lIc&t ,111 pt t c1M.'b-a-" France. in the country situated upon palms .length out of the earth"while : < tJ gger. ,Satls". ory'arrangements. niide; with,..familie. :l','.' .tw6iiga; -"i,-;''Bay Street:JacksotrriTli JTorida.t. '.c..A .
Therewuz ._ ..L.Fwt
Only a year ha flma, .M trie shores of the ocean, and that if,it l'i .scion s e'ntirely'burled, )h .it.. It One feeridish'persecooter \ : 1 / J. l. ": ._ _._. *\ ? ** ,. .r! Fcma'l4ina'.I.J:3" .......t:35p.
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But into this loathsome creature less, 'for deltop'tiv: that nigger's''head' liveryaccommo4aioc*.. .:. '.'.:, ;_ To35 ,2saIdwi _
grew.in'
some'p1aces it never fruited.In'fihe.'we does.not take-,much room. The Citron after B gao a?. ,... J.SO'
The Cur young creature has grown.The .' discover an infinity of.pas. should not touch any.other plant. was blowd'into 'anadjoininfieldForzunately'there :- Open .June. m under. above. termSj J;' 6.6im, '' AIJLBANKvSj V. t _J.f s_.:, {r.9JO. .,, .,.P,.
work was quick and rapid; : : "' "a--------: :i ---37 .16:1:"&
I will paint him as he lies sages in' the ancients which .prove in It lovcs.greatly warm ''piaces,;but. 'humid happened ((0' be / ETROPOirrAN ;HOTEL IJ.u.uI.. ArclJcr GaiucsYllle__._, I: .aw.JIIO
ten dozen M : ; I .
or a
niggers : .
conspirin agin g'-49
la a torpid,drunken slumber, incontestible manner that the clt and near to the 'sea'where-;there BroDlO1' -_-_' ]:7spotedar 4..
Under the skies.X mate of and us.in manYldjfferent.feelds: in the1yisinify j. ' GROCERIES PROVISIONS; :C Kers6:30
wintry Italy France, in, those is plenty of water..; If one..wishes., to ;JACXSONVILLEFWRIDA.:
and when.they hecrd} the report ', ,., ,'' : ; COXNECTIONSi !&
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days was much colder than cultivate ; : s jr 2r
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wi iII!!paint the form((the mother to-day. jt in a: :clmatCit'isneedIufto.pla ]; : BAY STREET. .jACKSONVILlXFtA.J" i,.Xt'FERNANDIJfA, $
wta feint froa
e IcPelter's -- fteaaMr.Ctr
Af she kneels at ber darling's side- This.then the< reasonwhy: ancients itina-spo't defended :; ,gun theyr come Will naaia open dtiring theSunuuCT for thealJ! i. : : -> :' r; : CnarkstM and Savannah;Mondays at 4 a.m.:steamer

Her beautiful boy that was dearer did acclimate the citron in walls-or runnin to the,spot. Seeir the lifeless _- ". !b. '., 'j "! I Dictator from Charleston and Savanaak,Thovdays at4'a
.wellexposed to the! outh, mcxlatlon of citizens : m..With steamer LZzoe
!their t e travelUng pubtk and generally. AiwaTS keep*on hand I Baker from Savsanabnuotwck. ,
Thaa all the world bnide. : Europewhose ,fruits.'*re' .an:Abject and in,:the winter months must ''be body uv .fellow-invader a. lyin -L" i ii .- **' \ + I I .ad Sc Mary's.Mondays as 6 a..} for
I ,iII paint the shape of a coffin, there, and"nbticin that i McPelter: ,wuz ..flAh Y, .CORN, OAT-CBRAN; 'GROUNt I those points Fridays at S a. m.r ,
Labdcd with one,wwd"lost I", j of luxury among the ,Romans"and entirely covered with straw ; 'as'soon a1 cal ,Prices, Greatly Red ccd.. FEED, PEAS, CHICKEN FEED AC BALDWIN;.J>P a MI-R.'R.from Tacksonrille -
j well known to them t'itsC1J1turenaturally as"the the '* : i'r.eo! n'l't1 e. empty .barl.i uv ,L : ,'." t at 7 Pm..; (JacksonriBe at 9:0*a. m.At .
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I will paint afl this rumscllcr / : summer comes plant; may his1shotgun fleet ,c' I .il : : PORK/'LARD, BACONS J GAINESVILLE,with .weekrr IItap' Use for

And paint it free of cost. extended into Asia Minor be restored freely.to the air.. The thy'deflantlj' Hivery" | .P TE. PER. DAY.- $0.30 :/ -' ;< SHOULDERS,: :.: : ,. Tampa andFriirrt..with.'stage, *liacj- .fcs-.7
The .citron originating in Media; sprouts'and'buds should be planted direcksh n. This1 wuz enuffJ ... .' ., .. l1AM5" ,,At CEDAR : ;
The sin,and the shame and the sorrow, This the '': .- : P.' '"3'iii.. ns..widr stcanen u and frcotNe*
, where the warm and humid in wuz last feather on the white and I liberal tCnuibj the- week and montlui TtSn, .FLOUR. Orleans, every.Saturday. With steamers from Key
The crime, and want,and woe, climate autumn warm countries. In colduotries' .- : .
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West and
< HOMINY Tampa. from
camels back. Ef they wuz 'innos'entof ; i ;>:i: : t /MEALiRICE, I Ftkiays-T thes.ptaeesThsrs. \
That is born there In your rum-chop encouraged Its perpetual vegetation it shoqld.be planted in July l :U- ,HEOCER'S FLOUR.FARIKA- ; ., days. With Steamer Cools from Tamp Sundays:for
No hand can paint you know; was 'already cultivated! in .Persia and.August and watered ; intendin. harm to us-why lid they TABLE BOARD AT REDUCED RATES'' II.. APPLES ONI01tS'"POTATOES Tasapo;'Monday*. With SteamerWaweaock,from .
at ; every day p1JTEER..CHEESE.
SawUDcc.l'ridaJaW.for Snwaanec-Tn
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But 111 paint you a sign,runucller the of fly ? :Doinnosent'men ByJikeborsethieves ; : ; :t -i < -* ; '-f; f DJ t- I '
day Theophrastus, and had I' have succeeded with' it myself! and ; SUGARS'SYRUPS, D. JlAXWEII.
wind many shall pause to view readily extended itself into tHe other: made it bear ''very fine'fruitsi' 'It 'i isis in the nite:", II ,. : The patronage of the public respectfully C 'ciced : MOLASSES COFFEES''..- _N),_ I .. 'Superauendcat.

Thi So wocderful terribly fearfully swinging true.signboard. provinces of this ''empire. Herodotus said that it 'is good ';to sow' Fqu'a sh .cap; McPelter'gave the word 'anda ', ; '. ".*'1.-a B.April ..TO. NI-P..opv- .. ... .: **rr.- TEAS.- SNUFF, COCOAf; ::'. .. ) ; '.Vvbrelbl and parasols t*be hal aBU& '.?

-Ckrittian AJT'.catd.0 reports that 'Nabuc had'constructed or gourds around, the'citrontree and pursoot commencedthe, heroism uy 5th,177+- .' 1-''. :. '" .4:25Uf3fl .
: : ,, with hez seldom bin ,; : -ifuv; :OILSSOAPS; ': yt- .
5- those famous gardens of "Babylon to thattheWvines being burnt, the,ashes ekalled in the > .. STARCH. ,TOBACCO. ., "; BROCK'S' LWEf.*, _

TREATISE ON THE CITRUS please his wife who, accustomed to are.very: favorable,t these trees." histry'uv'the.wgrld,. Away thro the Cent hpvV"g. goods low at Euclty'i. .' -WOODEN-WARE, BUCKETS :\. '.':; ,;, .; or: "" 'if.-.

the delightful climate Media. Nothing corn, over the stubble, down the gulr l BASKETS"BROOMS-; SPONGES.:TUBS ;
-; To be continued.t : :RIVER STEAMER'S.

Oil The HOME fuDcwing JUI'KKAL article AfcU on KfKAL the Citrus SotTTHLAND are copied of New from would_, .be more .natural than the .' J. I ; '. ches ink, and VverlheThtllsf we chased the : FOR SALE OR RENT-COUNTRY.V. CANNED'C F'EYERY''XINE, .' -t. ;, \ ',:' r ,. : .. '!: !..oJ
demons. ,
Oricaut, for .hkb-journal the-wcre tranilaud from corning of -the citron .p" ; -' oriated The* reassurin : -i' ; ' ;- --i'J. .; <
the reach of CTiflW 1It G4.ut.'ilO. We commend the : tq. Babylon on :: ..'X11 Qbl S Kcnaucly., i note:nv'th'g revolver the swisly .: StfMMZJt SCJjED
this' occasion from whence it J : epcplo- OTEL t.1 ANq'FG : -: : K. EVERYTHINGAqS" ;: : v '
would .
JOFRKAL as iniriii "jr lly valuable and specially adaptedto ... ', COJrPEDlttt X ROAD ion the fI ,' ', . ):_.'' ;- '.. .' _
s uv shot-gun tbe-.clear..
Southern iwedk. sharp .ii' .
spread gradually into the (Which is in the State L t : Th1HI' I J.
adjoining ur Kentucky)\- ON.and after MONDAY,,APRIL*7th,the staa-
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ChAPTER IV. provinces. -August/7,; 874. J ring uvthodeadly/rifle; wuz heerd inall .- FOR .SALE'tiR. RENTWiiI1 ? I FORAGE:GROCERYUND'PROVISION T'LINE of this One'wut leave Shipyard wharf daily
,
." (Sundays xcepted> at S o'clock A.- vtih1
HISTORY OF THE CITRUS. 0ARTICtB Fjoni the time of Dioscortdes it The Corners hey, up to a very"ye.cent direckshuns; proclaimin eath.in its '. I : *
tie lent for the season me sell on.easy,terms, 1 JELLFORCAS\ i I iJ...
| own sweet voicethat the Cau "
was certainly.acclimated! :|in Cilicia dateenjyed most profound proud 1' ', . J, i.: Jp A..r..l\.T.Xtl
h' "
Researches on the Citrus Tree-Ii digrnoux in Media This peace. I bein the. only one' uv' hold cashun "wood never, never rest, with .THE. ALA CHACO,ORANGE. HOUSE .' -* ;> ..r,1. ,'.' -' '.>', dr :acl
physician native of .. '
Natur lixed i in Palestine.in Greece and in July- Anazarbe, : amz j !'! '; and Intermediate landings and return same dayvi *
E ochs of these different raauni stock which kin read, the heeluv.an.iDferior. : Onto his ,.., .! T :. ". ';i'L ,A.
j a OiI5. speaks 'it in -our. plebev'never Wear Mel ;.7 ; l n'-J .
pf away to, make.us'be- o Orange. Co.:. Florida. ; THE: LOWEST* POSSIBLE, F1GVRE ; Thrciz5hst--eesi ---
But several other passages of Pliny lieve that it was naturalized in the bin vexed with'the Beacher- neck, :_' j ', ,"-J :"% :., ... ;: ,.- {.....
NGEROVE
'THE'FARM 6R
teach us that this fruit was even then country in which .he was living. He Fi1ton &anda3;; ,and thank, Heaven, At this pint came the catastrofy wich -!WITH.. :. -:NURSERY, ATTACHED. A'(D_ ./Merchants are invited Loggers,to examine Hotels;Boarding goods,andprices Haoses.'andamilies : .1. ; EER'P.gISKa; .

brought into Rome from Persia, and calls)it Apple'oJfedia, or Cittomeles, Bascom herrekovered, from the effect set the blood ',uy the Corners.biliri.Tftat tH' ::; [ ;,' ': .'' : and intermediate landing*,win orvVa*above tt1 Tuesdays

that it was used medicinally, chieflyas andsays that the, Latins gave it the uv.the- Croosade, and his grocery is zrunnin (venerable'saint, Deekin j Pogram, TInPROPERfY"isMbST. EUGIBLY 1 THE HIGHEST:cKsiI1pRICES. n and.Saturdays. -"*,*and retua. Wednesday g4u1uav..mgL. Ji

an antidote to poison, and ordinarily name oCci'fria': Cultivated in Cilicia as yoosualPollock and'-Bigler w clost behind one UT.the.vampires, I OCA. TED-I M miles from the Steam-' ; !"' T '. -: '.' '." 'r-'" "j' are requeued,to send fivght'dBwn during.HANGE

to perfume clothes and to keep the citron would soon bein: Palestine, wasjendia'to'$ .the. biznis_ i tollably andbed., J his i shpt-giin raised i arid a bead boat' Landing'onTiake v r .0.--.:l. Monroe. I-. .PAID_ s t11 POt: ,._ COUNT Y::. PSOIWCE. "' : OF.. ALL. ","f KIND r 'M4 th '. "'" p .:jLB2ocAgee. '

moths out tystit cttrosa, Athen). which lay next, to' Cilicia and had decent-and not botb"eT' n; v us much, dr wd onto him. Jist ez he pulled FOR INVALIDS CZJMATB"CANNOT BE]'.- : --r' '- : 'f., ;';J"._" :' : :oJ'.L': '

This naturalist reports, that in the constant trade with Persia. We have: the'niggers come to town only ez oft trigger the imfamus'nigger' dropt ', bUKPASSED" -while: no part of Florida cornbincsionsuyadvantagestothe '-., '] ,''X 7iusO&w4iITtOcT i "Buciq', .aefla. the beg, whZt.. _yot..r4 _
..". '
tomb of King Numa, books of Egyptian seen that the Hebrews knew it, and ten,ez they.could help, and in short, and the, slugs ="and ,buck-shot, passed, ,:> of T ROPICAU. FRUIT grower. ,[ .V' .V .. 'S1iCCessors-. 1hns.. .'A.'"Vi. ,, "": .t.; "I. ; 'v'l.J"HIt -

paper were found intact although consecrated, it in.'the' Feastof, Tabernacles the Corners he.z been ez serene es an harmlestly'overhi. rn.' Before the good I Iold.mahcbod ..j I -. ..u1tS'J ''" :; ",.':.' :. l G' -'OF'SEHEDULfe.ir .
they had been mornin. The If not soldbefore FIRSTMONDAYin ,J L; .' .;' : ,'tttaid 10'.
entombed there five avera'geu Joon cock the -
in which their law obliged crops other bar!..tfa/e GiAIN.--iJouR-ANii FEED, .
next,the property will 00,that day be offered at public .
hundred aDd'thinJfive years, and them to bear the fruit of. the finest was lookin tollable well, notwithstan- blood-thirsty demon// turned and sale to the highest bidder 'Apply to . .jtCanufacturenof,. .': ,t..*">:. ne'It, --v--mcr'> >Cry i, Point' t'having' been"*withdrawn. i\<'" -'for

that this preservation was due to the tree j and we have seen .by the Samaritan din the diffikilty of gettin labor, (for knocked.him down with his hoe,-wich ". : .,.rLEMING.ifc: DANIEL" ; .. : -I> .- '. .p t' ; .,rSummer.rensirs.'J. btHuost '

virtues of the citron. Such was the medals niggers wuz aI'| work in for theirselves, wepin he had doubtless kept with him 4 Attorneys- ; ; : CORN MEALyHOMINY,.CRACKED. .cgl
described Florida. STEAMED
by Otius, that ..Ja.cb.' 00''!!} . Jr'T1 IYci io
use of this fruit among the Roman this custom was very.ancient.' Al: and our people' wilt never do m'eenyal for the purpose. 'WhenIssaker; Gay- 1 Od4l s, ;::tf' .r: :7 :- ,: ,. -CORN.RYE' r. MEAL':.qI 114i l :. ,I .. ,'f'J' "- "

during the space of at.Jeast '.twoycen- though was perhaps not cultivated serviz till. they corbpelled to,) and i ill came up he'found theDe; i'weJ- .' inf' i -"" '.' '.,.' % ,.f.: '. .,- ;.' CAiTArir LEO YOGEL 4J"wm

tunes and it is ooly at the day of in Palestine this epoch, it probably, acOF'lias' reefy, cheerful with the trio.i. i iVhisgoar;, ,and ,the, feedd>>;'twbo t All. shades, of,braids I" and. 'Cbipoaa" ;" .Budt.. _,'..,,.: "'p t. .:'FLqUR.CRACKETJWHEAT.'ic.1rSLROLt. : i' 'J : ,, ,;: :: I'J fj "-_i.a

Plutarch that it is used as an aliment. was soon after.- The' climate was fay 1 certinty.uv,gettin suthin, on) account had thus' slaked his thirst for.blood r .' ', I "_. -' ; SAWING WOOD' TURNING) .untilfimher; nctlce.Ieay. *CHARLESTON ri every

It is not known whether it was eaten vorable and the culture had probably ez soon ez the harvest wus over. runnin away in the most insultin'man FOR:. -:'S A*L>: E;..i I .,. '. : .;... : : 'TO ...:' '. ; : IS ; : T \ .

raw or already made Things runnin till is dic .j-. ; ., ORDER.,. : ; 'NESDAY Florida.'arrWttg m'JACKsbNVILLE
into confections succeeded in thetlme Josephus., wuz a this way ner. Issaker ;'thari' uv s on. L .
,
J' CJHEAPli' V'EJJI
with the honey that so much used one mornin the nooze recht us uv the His sho was1 at YERY, J Wood Sawed, Split;. 'ndD livered eieryTilURSDAT.V'i
was This historian gun his.shoulder"inra ; :: .
speaks of .it as the Apple J1' ia> i-' .' '. 'V '., _.:-.t_ ,- ( ii.t '
: J' : : r. .
by the -.q
Romans. Neither Plutarch of Persia which its nigger outrages in Owen' county, ez i minit and'in a second inbr 'tb 'nig Three :, \iam.' Qr. tAe Ci&j'i: u
nor Athenceus i was. ordinaryname well . ', '. ;* 'iI; by Cord'or Load-"d' i .Jt JUt.N.tN G-.Ia

nor Apicius instruct us even where it bad been nature .ez similar'ones' in' Texas andMississippi. ger bed paid'the'penaltyuvju'scrime.His'body ; 1.- ONE OF.TEN ACRES; : '. t .-. .. : .:. -. .. -yrO'
upon this point. The two first show alized. In: ..another place Josephus .. "No matter, what. nooze was a Icad-mineV : Ross .Block,Bay Street,opposite our MiU and Whar: *flIieave PAIATJCA' ev>ry I AT,1.
: Qevtdlandootheramprovenents. <
that it had begun to be' don'treechis, them uv' nigger out 'Uv after this there ''wuz ; .. JACKSONtltlJJ 'I'ViD &::;
reckoned as a used the name' of citros (kifriqn), \ coarse nocoraperroising ,ONEOFTWENTY.ACRES. -. i 3ACKSONV1LLE.FLA.. : ; and every Sto .
delicious food ; but'they keep silence and i rajesailus comesdirectand promptly. 'with these demons. It .. t ', J > f nSt thTfide;FERNANDESA.1In ..:; ;
in a manner which would Atisaeeacres ID cultlndon. vines and .
500 grape T A. Wiiio, istf .jImocx:
as to its preparation ; and JVpicus, suggest its being a 'production of his (Irnmeditly Deekin Pogram began wuz a struggle for life, and we realised fruit trees iunderdrained;day subsoil;. one of the. best . .h. AVANNAH- CHARiESTONteTeryIi *'.

who consecrates a whole to'get oneasy. 'Isaker Gavitt bega the fact. ioadiu' and ptace5zgaedcDing. -' -' ', ".1.'f. ..
chapter to it country.. He in: book that our guns; seen DAr.--- -'-' >
,
says 13 : I--
Aca
n his : 'cEpTwENTy : COVINGSBANK.: ,. : : .
.!_ '_'n treatise. .upon cookery, tells us the Jews being in revolt, against their! to'deen his double-barrell shot gun, i thatthe.caps( were all ',goodandliable About- ; four ;acres' la 'cultivation"baIaoce*c ".r:pinewoods XlJ THROUGHriCKETSr'ASn; s
'u icw woras now to it but and Capt. McPelter appeared.at- i ibm's .to go.,off propcrly preserve king, AIexander, w'ben he was at the ; n THE FREEDMAX SAVINGS 'TRUST CO., ft I' !; e. .JIJiO .:" -
.
does pot that it is : with two revolvers 'stung after afresh determ c. C. COLLINS, ..' .' : .,.;- .. -. _H. 1 _L.
say eaten, although foot of the altar in order to celebrate navy : em zt dJQ.petec DeaVr in Real. Eatate Wft, liens Building Bay Sc:; : :.H. : :r. ; 't ,:..aT'G "6l S1

ne gives us in another chapter the the Feast'.Tabernacles,.they threw; td"' himself.- OU{ homes and firesides;. no matter :____ 1 : JAcZSOMVILLZ .:; l, :" : ". .l ..m ..#.... "_..
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leaves recipe *for making rosy wine with its their citrons in_his.face}: and although I ': !'Vhyt1iw'arljka.array1asked.; // what t' ti i iard. The.newVuv.; our. comm .TjTEALTH: WEALTH, uJLilJL'u ;;.'' ,', ". : of rrr'amount'reeenred from diY RAVENEL&. .. 'CO.: : ._.... .

he had said ,previously4hatthcyyAr/-. >VVhy thi armin.uv youseves ez ef a prccecded: |,..and, conspirators,' : i 1;*. '" -fW! ''- business'fims and sodeties: ,.on wticn' Interest.ut bejjjo "ifii N' I & iOBnTSON,SavannaK") -'
Alt these authors speak'of It deadly:and imminent ( doubtless pursoot iev'their' polisyi T..j !.,'_ .!.' v"; 'I -'. :.;r. JEFFREYS;:B'Rp.'s6NV.
nevertheless rdfcitrons ray'W.UI: :irnpendinr j .
f uponpalra branches, he : ,. ,J 4D-t$ t'I "' .. '
as of took.to the woods -We :follered"''eraez.'wecoodibpt f *l'> -i-.v *; i.i'a' -. -'': '' ""-' .L3mRzys n
an exotic fruit and ? ;
it
remarks here that carried branches may be K by cun;.binds
they D.positS ? exprcsin. .
I .
,. .; ; n rK.
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was I < : J fS L-J W ;: > 'J..C 'T" ...
not until S .i ? i t 4 4. n.
after'many trials and a of citron ;rees'. Now there would that : : JTC only:overtoolcifiveuv .R CREA ri ) mail U orden )bank fis .
long time nof Capt. McPcIterreplied therea'erndic4d !,,,.. q .. .. .M or.by postal nMney. and ib i 'r 'If
> that it Was: acclimated in have} been such'' ,them. ,'Them we shot at site,, and --- -- ,0 t "" '" :. .l.J'A JiA iriSt..1 -
abundance of citron I : JJeyjl.'abrQadThe'niggers ? i'u i ,.The Bankls open daf'&Oo1 9 A.itlrt u.;aJso, ,. .
'v e J _
IbJy. '- i.J
} It is difficult decide them.eswzdidn'tnd. *Jiome'.iwc a 'i:4tNDsioJ2: ; tJ I t wr.
to
whether ; $ .
ij3f
brancbes'if.'thetree had i .
not in in. sQr.eckshun..in : 'deposits' odyfirom''IID'
grown .wuz, I .. .. osi Saturday evaungipfor'; .
was the 3iI.'l 3 .
I'I .
rigor of our climate which burned .their cabins., < ; .1 "J':' v < : ? : ,', .t .V?,
: & 1
Judea. % : r "
They uld'simply shave Owen and .else :&: .
was ; county everywhere .' ORANGE GROVES COLONIES crc rW.
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colder ,, ,
the formerly, which retarded borne the fruit In-.their bands as the andjt wuzhis. ppinyun that Then:come another troubleonto us. 'F ARMS.MARKET GARDENS' ; 4t1ytJWSWAIM.CIhIer ANTED'OO- RENT. 14' tJIfHtt
,
naturalization of, this fine plant do colder ates. th We shoodj,he cleaned th .cnlire ". : tLi' >-vi '." > > ';-J ,.. xi.ti1
or whether Jews nprin clin Nothing ? niggers,uv the Corners and, rising v put 'J VILLA' SITES; TOWN,
to the this honld ,be attributed was more natural now than for it ity .wuz meditatin an uprisin, and f zone bilin..uy.em; Joe. rBrgler,andjJ o1l -.J ."- -- ..OTS'n, .,,7V .. .-t ,.;, \I"' ,t. .. ,7X .-:' A.CONVENIENT :DWELUNGM

from difficulty of: transporting it to pass iutiflhe.isles-of.Greece from I he proposed to be prepared ror t. l ck bed: hcerd uv our sumtnarj;.de-; l... ,: .' J'it' ,;t ', : 'i' .* ., ...'' -' h. ,'JL" '" t ? .; IN 'A'lTRSTtalAS ri.LOCATION.t .

.hen such a distance in the 'centuries Palestine- and. from' these isles into The'white' race:'hed suffered ennffffbra. I fence, and bed gathered alot'uvjniggers ..ORS4IjO' K' J tSANFORD'S..GRANTi. "* t' 'GKITI.f'.cKshfE.AND .. ...,', r... ., .ill !,. ,..POR- SMALL,FAMILY JlwavrjPERMANENT
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communication was difficult Sicily and'.Sardinia.where the climate bein 'gr rid i and''ar6ed.cra'and. appeered .. ....Ii ) ,. '-
and useful u into'the'yearth by these :' : 1 U'lI00'RE.' :; GENERAL JOBBER; :. AMD CAREFUL.TENASTS!_

first am little'cultivated.The! was.so favobI1hat1ts, o-n grew 'so, yo'osurp rs',- nd his blobd.bfie4yth'cnhe I onto ihe, ;: scene.Blgler! remarked, .torne ." -I. .'.,.( r.LII '. :;J 'I' .1 '.j",1.1"* 'j'- ;ii.- ,,. APJIIIIato.-:' '.,. Jr ... '. iti 'i.t" ." ,-
01
these. conjectures seems' less J luxuriantly '' thot it. inferior tttheparsyhadbettcr.dispthe > 1 : Corner Bay and H cu'St, .FLORIDA &VQiCSB x.
likely to be tcr appear 'indigenous o Shoud iliggers-en 'O'R 'SAL tRDrit:01ld; ;,'j i. 1' .' -uf.'ilS :'I *- ";_'J :. 18 .
true than the second, 'aU The greaterpart,of authors who have rrace--lord he" I and, :fie .emphasized ibis .remark by 1 R I < .
though' it has 'ito'xer ) ,proodCaucashdn !I.J :.L: ,..:; IiON* LAKE MONROE ": .JtcJcviLLEr QRIDA., -.x'T. 'L.cOANt.gje: :
some1 foundation in tis. spoken of .the naturalization of the ? Shbod!tber hees] be forever drawin the ugliest navy'TevoIvevIeversawand ; :. .
t ry. Communications :'n::. .i .j '; 'I -j '. .: -J 1. : :.1 n.- !".' : ,r: :J.. ; !lV.V'I' ..r. ." -.1; a 4a, .1
were more citrus in Italy: attribute it to Palad ins. .on, pi,necks l: If ihe dooty kiverin''roe with'it01': '. -0-, .1 ,. ., '
di&icult t in those times ; wuz i41 .',. t '' ..'.."I.,r.: ;' ._ 1i .:' :.. ,': ": I SEWING MAC11INES, CLEANED AND .;t -JUSTICEOF. 1H1rEACE: -_ -
; because navi. Qlusius l Bauhinus.Ferraris and uv, ',white, man ) uParSo \; id'; b efJHerejJi8 a thc Steamboat ** **'* T nV9T> .'' .
tlon many r. every to protest agin Two new Cattaees new. Landinga_ REP. .. .
1 in : J" r- .. .. I'. ic&n. ,! b
ws n
its infancy and lacked raan: ; ti rnwusl HI'J..J> >-V '- II' ;:{ J 4 J to. ''SI J" ; -
other partisans of this'opinion sustain bein thus erisl ved. uv" V.6o'jih; Site in li'L. "
the -
,., ... . .
cop and because SANrpRpvu.i, ; ,,- : ".u, s : 'Ji I ; NO'A.RPUB'IiI'C1;
m2nen also the the authority of this .cultivator. tBut And Cap. McP ltcr'skI us all to this, yii pifLol gps! off' and yoojezdead O&DIKOM.,. rn tR PROMPTLYA1rEDxD1O

laed and I customs of the more.iso* Paladius inspeaking of this plant does i take: S nthin,- 'with iwe' did with itbe : it: .marT'eZi: .sfver wuz'put under j.-< ; -i' ;r'itJfv; : '',. ,:. ''J'' M- ..3cu 'jj'i.T1-.--snSATISFACTlbN ,, t ptt ..oIiee' sbwn'iI'Bt.OCX 'd1
't ;
i.deslrab
them which peopleS'raised; barriers between By no niea s'claim: this honor,' but 11 alacrity.wich 'het :vef 'distinguished I t :groQnd..,Do yoo beer?" -, IndudUix HOME LOIVof.twenty.,:acres, -. ;I o ..' 'f I..l H.i" dornerBAYandP!NZitrteB r .

have been broken down I 'that ias onlycultivated the 'Cross ''Rbadsl I twe-story house iwith large>I'dlnlng ix>a!,o tachsdSottable ',, ::: I""I >.: '; -
by filization Raj's in I About, :this time f ,I rid heefr-andlsa.did litheparty. ., ...''pUICANE1J :>; : .dj c ,
and philosophy ; but; Sardinia .and. in Naples but that its Jte'ken' Pbgrara camej: It' is 'I .Isbf i red ,Bovrdlnc-bousej *>, f..J -.w t-- T. I f I
; ,
We also ,: ]ix.. asthglef L Theyrwuzirresolopti'and .... : .
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'.
know.that 1&ii '" ofbi&ck1" ir't.
.the luxury of, the culture had. extended .into'cold .' and"a. 1 '''dread.: :' : I OCEAN, HOUEI .
conquerors of countries thing, providensHal l L with Would they i pcrmflii j ..me Appi3tc -:I \.H.'Ll> Ji ST. : I. I \ THr
.
the .1
.
.ttrued into ( world then- had pen. where it bad artificiil! 1 shelter one,,that the Deekenalluz does come to become 9rpse4No. I owed 1 '*- '.' :A ,:'J.- Jr.! .i: .. .' : i'4iar -s'A"iEvlTJofjacksonraie. : : .r. !' .
thc f farthest : I ,' ", .. ". ', ,
t \ '
regions and and iF" '' ;
.
itothizig coverings.This agricultural lux jlnfjest ezspmebody jnvites ;;all ,.pres every manVuy"em: ,anJ they.rknpwedthat -aota7 &7.373 ;; : 'Iwtf.RIctARw.McLAuGHLrN : '' 'JA oo4ER .FLA"Uo.J
was
: -
dcll&bt oftbe spared to'augment the CiTY was unkno9 teethe ancients. It L ent to take sun thin. He is forchnit t &'ollj chanceW, ever: geTtintheiV'iJay : I "I+, puMUtl\ .1oca1c4Ja thcCft, )--J'-_ : h. !. ; '"i11"" .

effeminate sari. Pun7-. was .originated tI > "' The bouse 1s largi well nmishe l, ,Centrally located and iij.iti aft it*'apt1eM '
tell UI they probably by the citron! ) jnjlfat respect.; And'one by. one joll I wuz "iii iny Ijyln. EftKetjext Ii ;' .! ; < .,

JIOrt the had attempted to t1in culture. The.citron. : grew luxuriantly r ihe; reglersudropped .izi. Td these Presiaent'sbbod brl m6 r tan fitted up with modera litpTorements.,'.dof. *'; win remain" opeaduring*thSMB' acrs9onta.* 2 *Jt* .
citron in vases of earth in in Sardinia i\ ; .-:. '! i : .- :.*)\ _
and
'Naples bearing flowers McPelter enable rhe" V : RLtLESTATrAGENT.
.
his feers od'
Which they h : expressed uv a nigger toms' 1ct pay- .J : .. .Cp4KaTh. ., IIf.
pJerccd boles ip order and fruits-all the. as it does uprisin and after ten !idoien dead I for nothin to for "' ytuiinrUbtfjarilJ -TRANSIENT'BOARD'.
year or'a' I wus good era I. ; '. -. : .' '. : :.-A-1f. .
L.- IA ausu'I'aL eI I ad4. thlt curioua ndpe : in' Assyria This.Js; whit Palladius drinks all.round 'the; ''danger .seemedto'etninent I any1nJrpose. :They wavered-jt-mtnit: ''AD- sorts T.- of Real'Estate bought_ _anj_ sold*;,-Money. ;- In-., ::1'N. .. .' ott\RR J_ ". ,"f'" )'"j.: -' '! '.1, :,:: i in. .i:. .t" DA.IfdI : .
.
AIIiciuI: T. Il aaatt of the citron tree: In the month 'tha tlif i .i ez. to wicb twuz-'tiet- tcd..TueId,7hk$ *
--Put crdtroa Icase is says wtz deemea Bascom figgered ;. ..1; soLicrrcni: dr PATENTS.: -.;,< ',l.' v.Very rasonable asTasrmtae.witb .
Sad -i-mun iI"olw.e a palm_I .!. o( March ,tbe:cjtron; is propagated in and:prudent am'rid w ittor' b ter tojetgo.a4 sink'what,- New(.LfLxrwu.'vr-mxauxan.KrWimainU A. C, Cnrtin. Belldonte.Aster; EsqI Pa;;$;
7'Wrcks& kretiag af k baa r.I.4" 1JnJ'' several I' ways ; from seed, from sock- j bustin 6v ,the,, 9t" $tprni ,7.Acf0. him, .or to save, me and make tb nind 5Y1tkkv.: PhUaderphias."Stokes' Boyd FU, "PaIeDtS..i "U procured v!.* :
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'. S THE NEW SOUTHf .jjia. It aen to us that the Federal- k district and the'State, I lerf'oIl11eue; The St. Augustine Bat- cued the Gazette, and Mr. Frank Chicago, has been ordered back by tho prove expendlmm the.and b the find.&hat Io..L

: w :. Government has no chance at this >tage to this Convention the duty of harmonis JAbuoirriLU. FLA., Sept 17, 1874.. .'Dayl !13' the brains thereof Political Attorney-General, in view of the threatened sad fifty dollar and elghtrthre.SA 0I1ia.doou CUts. h,-! '

f ; : : I of the matter upon which it can predicate ing the and in order to facilitate troubles ia AUbama. A.J. ..
I party, Editor Having .just,re- !v I it, seems be a red.hot,Bourbon ., .
: ..: ::1zMe: }[ ADAMS.CARRUTH & co. interference. The Constitution this result* | not only hand back to this ln' & ". t. A report reached Ga.. Sunday w.RICInIOJrD w, _Itnn.oar, '_
sheet. Angst .
..t' .,1 :a. KBUM*. says: Convention the nomination which was h1me rr 't of St. Augstn afternoon that hundred CH.ExklbfeD

: ..The United States shall conferred the 12th of permit -' While not squarely denying the fact, under the of
i ip oj" ); J/S AbAW guarantee upon me oil Aug meytilrotigh your negroes, leadership a negro To 1JaL&aa OII babe JUr
EDITOR.TO to every Slate in this Union'a republicanform nit last, but I withdraw rty name absolutely W.call the attention oC ra1I..yomylady jhe :.Pensa ola'papers "hedge"fcood named TeRaat intended to make a attack Febtuary, .173.. SIIperI.-.t. tt. #L.

.' .: --:=-----' of government, and/hall_ protect as a candidate for'nr-homiriatidaj, rVadere; to the" unequalled facilities found deal over the subject ot yellow fever in' air white near Reese's store, in To Febeutsy.salary u*$i.uperind sa5, ,.i .'K"

,CORRESPONDENT OTHERS. each of them against'invasion: : and on Tremendous ap la\ite.] Edgefield county.. S. 0., fifteen miles Ooh Tear's 7.t--- ZIT'_*"''""** ***.
ro liems of Local Interest are touched fro*aH pans ftftht application of the legislature, or of the If the l wptk there for sea-bathing, a the establishment that city., from Augusta It reported that some AmoMI allowed tar compeataUotm T.p_If
Snue. party once more pn1e45
.' ,4 911 .. -esrwdADv ko-comkoak educatibMil.ifcMotitubjtcac/n social and%'..n&utnalnpic enl executive, (when the legislature cannot' with, half, the zeal, that "of'Mr. phillp: Cap;on*Marine Jo'Cm. unknown paie fired into the hoose of I wwCICI..6000J..Jpcr, _._ _' ..
: has characterized ,
4 ,, I. *. CurmpooJcnu should make ibdrlcssa be convened' .), against. domestic. vio. street, a:gentleman. unvarying John .Patterson and.Wm. Durham in Tenant night, 'land 'he :finteifdtfd to :- .
brief as the Uas and OrrtiWusntq wBl permit. lence.' the action'of its two factions, the result y.h iLt LTht ,
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t I d in 'pleasantriesat'Silver Spring retaliate im the whKe. who assembled
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e I an-rpo.sflg.f'* opinions expressed by 1 our politeness, to visitors, making lgel
J, This is what the and : will t of the Boar.t fIl FidA'I00naIcn
l chart by that of
s' 'eonwpolldc Rejected *ami crJpts ca> neither says, ptOvfl Resumption 1 during which the shot the latter to resist the assault. w. H. D-z t'-
.. ouwotd autp4L..d. Anon vstuus contributions this'.the action of the Federal. Government scores of warm personal friends every tme CJariIt7.Superintendent u4 T". If
'tfillBOt be e4. sway of common sense, was not 'too Tenant was a member toe convention. tj, ___ Dr. .
; must be regulated. conceivable direction. Efery morningat for which action now'repents:'at,let ktay M To&W. DaCesn
} \ I _-" -- t late'1 Slid the bO saved from an which .nominated .Chamberlain. .._
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Ilf There is no domestic violence in Louisiana : ure In'me Ocala jaiL ,Andrew Marks.dran I.
'P : .. RKPCBLICAN NOMINATIONS. Executive'defeat. six o'clock,'a'flag 'holsfed'Trpm! the Ter'is an, uneasy feeling'that there 1.C Yilliaaon

,. -. it Las'a republican form of government -. top of the bath-room indicates''that the I trouble1 in,Sfth' Carolina between ,,a. .plasta catpc1accrI.- I.
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Member of Congrcst.td DistrIct Generl the whites and .
h" t' :, WALLS'. Then what can the President do? Jeffbtca County Republican Nomination hour for the reception of, visitors has backt ,-
JOSIAH T. -
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: lie did not pretend to say that the arrived. A blue flag Inyie the.atten- ,Abut, nine o'clock Sunday morninga Board..f,Public Instruction E..li'

: I ->wr M..abUCoums. ttt DUtrict Kellogg government was the one .the 1 :The Republican convention td nomin- ton of ladies, while te red flag shows out in Wright's stable, -: Statement tf W. H- W.H.Okrbty'. :ia,tIoo account IJnnl with Coury.Board>ntlf lz1Jlm,

: ; V' I. WILLIAM J, PURMAN.n ., people bad elected or that it was legally mate candidates for Senat and 'members that alone' jean admitted., bridge. Gal:,'throdgh the'carelessness! ota dent and JrtaSurer C91. tl.SIJlm. IS1J :' h' '.' -...._ _
4 I gentemen Aue.'. Refircd fr .
,.t''. .c In'power, he only declared that it was ..' hostler. In, of that ,TA&, II4MC1IIJ' __ 'j
the 'Jefferson 1 ,
of Iiutnictiiti '
Assembly to .
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represent 8pit' ofDwat County: Sept.
; ; Republican State Central-Committee for in power, and having and performing I I At noon precisely the color of the flag'is could befddoe etertblng **"" I s J .. .. '-. _. 91,
: ', Florida.; all the functions .county, held last week, was well arid ten .o'clock bathing Ce'fad ,Esbib'c NuY. -. ;is"
r of a State governmenthe changed ,at : r M. to the Sanborn theiorthand I ".4 _
r' ftoanf. PitSc
', ; TBe: f Instruction of Diml to is,11
k ; ":, VM..II I LUsOK.. airman.. D.. EA.,.Secretary.DUtricts. '. must recognize and sustain it. Now attended and 'actedwlthgreat unanimity > .is suspended for theday. I ladies to the stable of, G.D..GrilRn; and other I .' W H;Cbrbty,Snpcrla eod&an4 Treasurer county,, IS I' ,.--. '_ .- '.JI

: 1mtric there is another State quietly George W. Withcrspopnjwas houses the following '-. !>' '" r.IllS..
: : l' government noninated'for > bathe in the morning their time expires on south aDd esL The! as _.
I \(Irani Putter i.IL Harmon. Voucher,No. To paid TeackeM,SIEflOWS i., 91' \ : ..
: and to the white : .q.t.
> L satisfaction of both
( I '. .. Senator and, Cbarles Harris : are the names of the loser?, together _
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I : J/W. Butler. t S.T. Day, at twelve o'clock and is not resumed ,3 Mrs.MaryC..u-| >4 6t > Dee, 3SJ.
Ih ; ,.1..' jW.j.Purmg; ; ) l5.KBraun. and colored performing the functions and Gre'ene, nominatedto Vith'a -rough,: but accurate -; ,. Horace A. Davis..-. 70 ooL. "1JTto _---, _-.. _-... 91.
.lv'. 4 Smith!JattH|" 16. JJW HowcII I of a State government and by parity!ofreusonjpg TighJman were until' the next day at noon. The bathing estimate of the nearl" '. B.: iJrysdale, per H. 'ei 4J
loes ,. ,' _._ _. -
W. ttaoo
S. H. DanteUs i t: J. D.Tannehilt, If the Assembly. ; Granger Agent. "7 I o-i/-.'- t 2 f5f4f
r I- 6. M. L Stearns 18. Peter Jones he must sustain thiS one. pool,'whie is-circnlar ID'lts formation born block. $10,000: To'o s oufs .7 .Joseph Whithcld...-. 140 oo' S7. -4 stJ,
r, ,.' Chart it is said that this Irregularly I Auburn nria_... ..... ". 'r'.
J Rupert *j io; W. HTLeCaln. one got possession hundred store. Ehrlich's stock too oo Feb.,1 _
'j I. Samuel W.Iker, 'to O.J. AIde*. the is did the other The Reason Why. ,I one and fifty feet 5.0; so E. Hariiifn ...-.,.w....-- too oo Mch.AorL. I "-- .-" .-.ar. 1
answer so '
9. Robert Mcmoham. .1: W. H.Glcsou In' "circumference ,varies In depth $2,500; Presbyterian ..Chnrch.,0'. V if H.C Honcym.;;..'..... oo I ;' rr. 'w*
'. I to. lictiauis Kanm tr..J T. Magbee.I. one. The United States Senate ,said The Captain! of a vessel engaged in a'd' 's Jivery stblo.. ; 14 W.'l'ulOa.; .,.-,..,_. *8ooo May I M. k. 147 3t
't Grmu I'
Ie.' f1 lit..Wm.D.I. W. t. .] ._ this, Senator CHfpenter said this'and trade between the West Indies and ,thi; from throe 4 to .seven feet. accordingto $ OO; shop $ OO: S 15 ; Hy KWoch.i. fanloch_____ 30000 Jon. I -00 ,, p. N.-- '_.0as..
a'MM. '
: I .Sears EL.\ R. Kln- -- a.as"
l': s. ? arc, Durrell's act in Jiving the order to overturn the of the tide.-The lower stable"$300 Bun : of- __.per. ury'* -.
r ; country, .,lnforms, us that. finds, that he stt !VrlgL'o ; printing :,1 fl 1r.1Ch. '40 oo Nov. I Rec'd Com,wamatt 300 tMte all4 6i
; t. I bau1.UI tBNCKESSt'OHAt EXBClmV, an e istingState.ernment has of is E. J. ,. 19 H M. Lash-..j>.. 140 ooi Rec'd .
Compt.
CONMtrRK., can ship his oNngestromJacksoDvUletoNew part building completely surrounded DCl. 1,5; Henderson's.stok, -. M H. 4 warrants (coupon
ecottb istakt. been Investigated by the House'ot Representatives : 81,500; M. Mayton's stock/$200; ,ry._KuhlperW/R.__ _',__' 6a oj at 5g-t--i.i..T-v. .,.-!, 51,
: As a utter of cdovenieM and be Impeached York for less than he: by strong 'lattice-work, which 'SO- f Rec'd Compc.warrants 331.8]a 650
to iPse wishing to Correspond be.may yet expense can Thompson & PauleUe'* stock, $800; 'n Mr*. Me ard, per J. W. Rcc'd "l"
,, with any mrmber of the Republican Executive for it. Therefore the Presidentwill by going to Savannah and shipping prevents.:the.1ngessCf anything: but the I damage_to law offices and German Club '; ,Mtn irtL.....;.....'...... 'fo oo f 31d52$5C.( Compt-.....warrants..._ _(coupon_ )
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,. Committee of thu District we append the,list 1 4 that be fully justified if he does nothing from there direct. :This'is owing to the pure, st watr fow. directly from lal ab $500; W. C. Suber'* stock. ij'4 A.L.Memll-R. M. MerrilLoo- $4O0 ooS 30 so ...d opt.warrant* 449>, s6 3W

Committee with post-office addresses; while peace and order reign in that the ofthe ,The dwelling-house of Colonel E.P.Murduch,....-..-.,.. s8c100 &cc'4Coaptwarranes&s43aeo .T
broad Atlantic
"; I, "I # Hon. f. R. SCOTT.Chairman,Jacksonville. State. We hope be will take this view fact the port dues and other charges are bosom and, I it _,..6 Fanny R.Mclnnis,per 1>. -
HQ.A. A, W.O.' Fleming caught fire, but. was J 2$4s4
KIfIGIf1'.1'nuurer. M
Jacksonville. bed not' be at that the bathroom s000
I :.," PHILIP. \ALna. Secretary cUonYiIIc. of the trouble, thereby preserving his so high'at SaY&Qn&t as tu amount to a wondere saved. *7 "Johnl'cfrJ..,...."u-. ..... ._00 21SAR7.
,, n Hon. E.C. lotuison. Lake Citv. consistency and also giving the country greater sum than expenses attendingthe Is cro day by day. 'Commodfous ,The colored men acted and 3)1) K. R.'Rmhipg....I,"...?...,. 16200 Board of.Pnblic Instrmctie M accowM*uk Wa..
i nobly .
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Christy Treasunr .
How. H.S.}Iannoa.Gainesville, '9 Co B.Sampson,per W.W. .
:'. HOB- E. R.Chadwick..Palatka. another evidence of his good common extra handling and freight from this dressing-rooms surround the bath' their conduct .will be remembered with ._._ aBc 00 -' zv.
Hoo.Birch Gibson.Ocala. sense. Carrie ,........_ Amount per Exhibit A.II
i by our entire 31 Simpkint 300 oo .. ,.
: .: Hon. Dennis city to SavanD h. ing-pool containing everything requisite I gttude .community. '. BC ,. .
Eagao,Madison. said 33 M.c. m__.-..,.. txioo I. .
John U
D M. Papy St. Auzustlne.Saml Randolph once, referring ben no collision between the |.H. .___.'. _
to secure a comfortable and 34 Stephen* 6.5"1)
I We have before hinted at this fact as 8eabath. oo I. D,_____,_______ ,_
and
; Petty Femandina. best
.; to Edward Everett's abje t apology for races, feeling 37 J.Woflord Tnckei 875 oo to 1,364"
1 : John A. McDonald._ Mellenvffle. one.of the causes why the .business of careful attendants are always on band I ,There,was no insurance! prevais.any the 38 soulia"*'* V-r-.--i...._ 47S 00 "1: __ 1S6.
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Deliver .
slavery, me from a man who 39 MarStiU ado -
.. Appointments. Savannah is less prosperous than )it U attend to the.want of visitor. Invalids property lost except,upon! the stock of .: :41 C.t}.. W bams_;....,. 666 oo 67 530.4574
", defends slavery upon principle. H. B.tEhrlicb, for$2,000. It crushing 4" M, M. -_...... 00 Cr.
know a 140
I HoBi J.T.Walls Republican nominee lor CocgressIh What has the might otherwise bo;;and would impress especially, ,el how to appreciate i 43 t Al. f.Swalm.;,..,..-.-,-_ 700 oo Amounts received from Collector and Compt-

i the Second Congressional District assisted by other,. Republican Executive upon our authorities the importance of to many little, kind calamity thc'citizens a time,as 44 P. B. Bedford.>..._.. ,soo oo roUcr.-, .. ._.. __ tI.sIa If
I .du.ti speakers,will address the owner of the Union to say of this his atentiOD this is the fifth Disastrous fire'they have 48 Mattie Harris "U aoooo Balance ...... -
people at the i received due Treasurer ...... .
Wlu ing times and places: I State and National Official Organ in making pilotage, and port dues as: lightas frln'them', and visItrsenJoying' I had with in three years. ; 46 R. Perry- ..'..-' 175 oottnai '1.goJ.
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: Fernandina possible. It is very poor policy to ,excellent health have, no rea, Granite Mills No. 1 of Fall -
Sept.; loth.Starke. Live O V, October sihJasper. its defence of 'rank rebellion to River. 19 6 39.IAclCsolIVJU.
: I 'I Archer.. a.d r. '7th legal,. hamper the trade of the State for the SOD to complain from any lack of attention. Mass.',:were burned Saturday' morning: .F. August so.sS.. MISCELLANEOUS.,

: .. Gainesvnie, ** 4th tothOcala. Green Iaillaon.Cove, 'loth ijth government upon constitutional principle benefit of a few Indivi uals. .: Ever year, the 1 number 'of vUi- just after the operatives had commenced W.haft Items carebilly&cthcr examined with the the foregoing rcasura"s account"ouch-01tbirt.two
i I! eO I9da St. .' *T' How long will he compel'the.: work. The loss''of life is 'ANTED.A .
,I \c Sanderson October Augustine, ijthPalalka. ; at the pool is increasing and for the forty, mostly era b the same. bcrewidr subisitted and Sod them W
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: : 171(1( whose r head he claims to be tl young women.. It was about 7 o'clock corrca.and kcrcb approve the aIDe for,IIIDO thou.
Lake to
party
aiy. 3d Jacksonville, .,th I The Cotton '
Crop. .
t : best of reasons. Mr. he sand and twCJIt1ia &llars.A.
Capo contemplates 29-.00
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I __ nourish' and",hold up a paper that thus It is well ,: says struck but the firemenw .J.B'wrz.rr.hairmaa 1'.C. lady graduate erpericaced in teaching and sUU.
.. ; pretty ascertained that although making great improvements re unable to get the correct location RICHMOND KINWcR
i in
Ii drawing and painting desires a a-'tuatioa ia HaUaAddress.
Strange Doctrine from a Republican assails the vital principles of the party the'cotton is fair and was ten minutes later before W. W.SA3Psox.EjibibtL .
". I I "National crop generally during 'the ensuing :::8 season: although it I they .
and State Official National : A.EWING
Organ. and presumes to arraign the l yet from the fact that less area has been would be difficult sucee-de:in discovering it, 'during'
to imagine how the
: Board ol Public IJWruetjo W.H. tft VaLize Cuhiatia
The New Orleans outbreak was 00 Executive for the simple discharge of the flames spread, suchrapidity t Ch t7. 9-1J Ccsay.New TarkSpring
and the wit
planted recent the
F drongb, crop place could ,be'mproved'upon, as .
w'el that
they were of To m'Tcachin
audden amount paid
10 extreme character, so di- his constitutional duty? will be less than last year and the season It is at this time the model of neatness the fourth and fifth story windows of the Helen L scm-_: ___- ''SO ccLawnce Cassbcere suit b'ale at Buck,'.

,revtJy contrary to all the well known I IF ,It we have an Executive Committeethat of picking being' earlier it:will and : tower of the mi1I where Turkncu.-____ iso ccJt&EaV. ,
$ : soon convenience., Those of our lady ,,- .the only ltir- : .UYi. n. : '. 'SI 51
:. doctrines of constitutional law, and all is not ignorant or ashamed of the reach the markets. Florida will probably readers who'may visit tho c City by the waywas. 'Julia Coffey states I arc.H.AUen.2as 00 M RS. ABBOTTSBOARDINCHOUSE

." thu possibilities of peace and prosperity fundamental principles of Republican' ) have a large crop which will relieve I during the present season should first heard the alarm of fire and at the Isabe1ATreadweli-Maria 1"2r1oa'-... _.-.._-' : lIaf.oo 11 ccV. :

: tinder the institutions of a popular ism or afraid perform a manifest duty Sea same instant a column of smoke burst .Gra......_... .. ., -" ",,, sri 00L. IS SOTCLOSEDt.AU .
!' government the planters and encourage them for the: by all means make arrangements for through the room door A crowd Hendrlcks_____ __ IS 00 -from
I' as to awake ,throughout the we trust it will take mCaSures to relieve spl I.D.. er___.__ : reports unfriendly sources to the contrary
future. Prices 7000 .
": 'now rule low. Thesystem daily visits at the bath-hous during their of little surrounded the overseer H.Kenaedy.....______ 16SP.'L notwithstanding the Bonding-house of) Aibott
country as much otdllruli't the for such p0 in St.Augustine is Mill open and as usual will oorr
as surprise. party .responsibility but
I'l any of future deliveries making it if they were forced back by the: Williams60'00 and comfortable
I 'a stay they mean secure the enjoyment quiet quarters at reasonable prices to
,' ; Ifltcfftwu to strike the 'leading public advocacy of riot rebellion and game between the bears to keep pricesdown I of a luxury Indeed.t Believing flames. Then all made for the elevator, J.3.G .- .-;.no.-_j. ..___;____ 100 23000H. 00 all sujoumers in the AsdesiCty.Ban 9-J-..

Democratic journals of tho North with bloodshed.The. my sllgge' but it would not work. At this: juncture SIoaaJ. r_. ,- '..00
": J\ .. and the bulls to advance them, Lion wtl be highly valued by every'lady leaping from the windows.mmence .J.Robinson, ;----- .: sip ccEjht Ion hoops and hustles at Bbcky's.

.. cousternwonassceinginthomovement L Sentinel on Purman.It but this cannot, last long when prices who regards health the geates'oran A number of 'men rm bega '12.386 I,

a germ of eminent danger to the ,upremf" is pleasant to see how rapid and will rule according to actual demand; earthly blessings, I subscrbe uncoiling a long rope to let the terror- C. t'oR; OKAHUMKEE.LAKES .

L wry ot law and the general\peace of the stricken operatives t the round., .Sev. Dun c-mi. noura ci Public IGS to Yt. H. 1. KARRIS."EVSTIS, AXD ournx.SILVER .
entire a change in some cases, may be I I' ,A VISITOR. eral Christy Treisut.r '
i were landed in
,$ : country at large, while they disowned Poultry Pays.. safety by this rope, .an Pr. t Voucher. SPRING
: uuaJrisable wrought cir rcumstances undera, timelyand F I when it WAS burned of 25 feet from the July.I. T bIlI paM 'RepuhlicaJa cce. ,
on and .
an uncalled for
eruption Editor New 8JuthLast September State News..CmiAPPOiNTMENXs. .-' The peiniiog..._ '
.: judicious application. The Sentinel ground. had become 8 "II Jl a AaJ. other Land"uo. en the OdJawaba kihe.tr _
that could work nothing but evil to I gave a detailed statement of receiptsand dense that those who remained crowded 3 II'paid RcpuUi.aa,OffiCCa. '
t. ". after months of the most persistent and L ...pil.ldd'- : w- )
the great Democratic party. Consequently disbursements, showing a net profit The following' the windows for airsome, leaped head 6 p- "

':;. k '. at first, nearly all condemned malignant abuse of the' "Alachua mongrel" of $96.54 on twenty fowls. I have eon.' civil appointments have ben made during -' foremost and their bmns went flying; .Kcwsothccadvcrtishti posalI1 teachNcsoffiadscrthiuteach-. S '

r "sibe Mr. Walls ,and of Purman''the I the past Week: many feet. Others suffocated, and feu us__. __ J'CIQ 6 7 OKAHUMKEE ,
revolutionary: n ,of the White'League political mountebank," until the special I tinued to keep an accurate account the :Dadt county-\V.:' II. Gleason. be I back and perished in the flames. Loss; '& .
A. 1.Rw
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as admitting of no and I II t en "a 4007
excuse
forte of the paper seemed to consist in I past year ending the 1st of September' notary public' tor the State.at $500,000. ,_ Wasoa & Whitluck bill o.woud ( '

: 'scarcely; any paU &tion... All conceded I its 1874, and I find the profit' for the year Lafayette-Howell. lag. be: A largo meeting of was ,-. _,_ '_: 601 Wft i leaveatSv'dock.;.iLc.cl:3: cry'THFRSDAT unof
friends ,
Ir abusing own political has manofactuer '
j that the only tenable foundation for any met with of,heart recently 98.28 on about the same number.'' The county treasurer,'vice- J.. A. Shiver re- held at the Bard of Trde, rooms Providence JO.a H.Repubiic.nofficcadv.' WilliamlO aJIIpson's ,13 'I: 9; . .. >, GEn; R., 105IE.a.A&cL. "

such action must. be found in.the .0- a 'change stock is about one-third Brahma signed. R.. ., 2 for the purpose c 'ordCl"__;_ IS 00 10 JacttomrHIe,Fla..July 25.1874 j-a 3*.
and In Purman one- William Sept I Jno.RoblQMD.JanitOr_ ,
ces' : very different, Volusia- B. Watson,,. to-be I of conferring upon) of the depressed 4S co 11 '
called subject '
: sacred of I Union o8kc mpics So- '
rights
revolution.
third half Brahma S
of and one-third com notory public for the at large. state the -
h I sort man. Stat of market for cotton' : pcriDteodcn rcport6f liS 13 CARPETS RENOVATED! D
: All saw and declared that the toleration and 6 F. D. Mellieca. 34 civisionfcnc .
mon. Proper and
i The &nliWis disposed "eat its care,"regular feeding OADSDEN COUNTY. woolen go.o The following 're __ '__ ?

of a local exercise of such revolutionary words,", but thinks, after all, that Pur- above all cleanliness are,requisite. The Quincy in a panic because solution was unanimously adopted: .1 H. WilUamaco, won aL&YIThiS.U J.00 IS I I, ,)bde-t. look like new.. Abc..
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: right In om Hetolctd, ,As the of'.this _. icci6
: any locality, under sense meet' -- I UPHOLSTERINGof
'-I I any pretense lO.\u"is not so bad a man as it has represented CHICK. of.a rise i in the price .of' rations. ing; that immediate .curtailment of.the' toC...H.I Smith.Surveying.cc 17tIO
or \ circumstances involved : FloridA News priutio ques- klmds done ia the best
: I ", ; and thinks that: and thus bemoans the situation under prucio of bur cotton ,and woolen bOlJl'.___._ S 00 al' maatxr.W.
.a concession that was entirely at,war Keep a Cow., the ] "Bacon ,_ -olua.W. Barton,'ceder, W; ; H. SHERUAT.
startlingckption of absolutely for
the
: with all Relatively considered, Purman with twenty necessary W. Sampsoll'_"___ S So 19 .Cor. Laura and Church stretts Jacksonville IXaOrderj
conceivable conditions and requlrements all his objectionable features occupies a Editor New S0ut4Four sears ago 1 cents' pound: conservation of the.interests of,our State. ; JOo Jolla Robiuoa. J..airor_-._ 31 00 20Oct. left with

S of a Democratic government. good position. When his political record purchased an undersized' piney woods It bur painful duty to announce that anl community.. '. I s. c.wdl 1Joncy._ww-k._ 011, LaViIa._, ,aco'l via&_Drew or R. P.Moody Furchgolt.will receive Benedict prompt&C.o.Da.a muta

.: 'The Kellogg government, good, bad H balanced with his opponent's there are cow, (with her. first calf.) She was this necessary Is article of food has been When Governor' Kellogg reached the .3 C..W.DaCo.ta.Dunl' KhD .10 00.2 Mrs.tion. Hudnafl.Local references Singer Sewing by permission; Machine.:A.A.2acharia J.Rca.

I f:;I or indifferent, was the legal government many mighty reasons preponderating in almost wild and would not .at bay or raised to the enormous price of,20 cent Executive office' on the morning of the I 3 J C.'I''H.l JJII JlCiIOD'cIcaninc I bbI.1iIIIIII wcIlla a 0023 sad S. k..Uaitair. Tour ordtr arc KsyeofvOy solicii
,
:;: v well ns the favoi.of Purman and entirely sufficient kind of I commenced per pound. 'Why is this? It can, 20th, General Brooke approached him.' LaVaUa.SOO. 24 : 8-:.IWJ'
de any grass. to
,
government until
facto arid
:; to impel the Republicans to give him answered easily. It is because the informed him that he was prepared 3 'Union office. advcnblD_ ,,10 00 as.
: it should be replaced by some other legally their hearty support Henderson was learn her northern ,ways and separated Southern farmers and : others cannot to turn over to him the State House and H.Cosaa.I HulicJIIULD.by C. W.l a6 THE JACKSONVILLE.

;:.. substituted therefor. It had been nominated by u. Convention composed her calf. from her. except for an hour raise cows or"al any other, stock records.and public property belong' I 'C.Dorieycieanuig wdl_ JO SO. ,

: nstalned by the proper tribunal, from strictly of white men and he is emphatically morning and night after milking. Inlets hog them stolen.' We think ing to the State.Which had come,into.his ao.6 'Ii M'1.Cu'Icr.JJraJ2&.e Hartrid c. ycry_"_,,: z 5 I.0039, 58 SALES AND LIVERYSTABLES

whose a white man's'candidate.. Not it ught to be law that possession at the time of his surrender 26 A.J. Rusadl..work llDuuI
decision no eficctual appeal bad than ten"days she was as tame as a'' a one :
evrJ of
is be the ._
only exclusively the white man'scandidate caught stealing stock of Insurgent to'his command. ,51 w- 29 s30Xo
,bren had. It had been pet kitten, and would eat almost any 1 James Pickclt."r IbiDlcs_. ,11 50 11
but
brought to the I be is the personal embodiment any, to sent the penitentiary for five or: Everything, Geneal said, would be ,1. D.. for tot -_: ,
15
1 .'i' .,attention Congress with the intimation of those principle,of Bonrboiiism thing. At six! weeks old I sold the. calf ten b years. t found precisely) in the same condition ,40 4 Ir. .iordcdced- O' GO-p 33 33 a. B. :McCJ.ENNY;1'0PUrrOL0

.: from the Pretideut that he should feel which refuses to acknowledge the logic and she continued to'give milk for over is hard. it bad como, into .hu.band.. The Governor '6 Cecil It Thrasher, lor iYcrJ'f 00 340 a
." I Perhaps Jf' the farmers 17 l.lLdwards,i ooa.ras.6 00 35
\ under legal of history, and denies the constitutionality ten monthsot the Sbe has accepted the transfer, and General Dee 6 JJra'tDaII toe hauling lumber I 'S Jg Notice Is jiven to the ""public that I bav purchased
obligation to sustain .
the oxIsling of ,the Constitution and all laws year. continued cease entirely to raise anything, the Broke thereupon immediately .retired. 6 Cecil & 1'hrashcr; laYCl'f" 3 40 well-known HARTRIDGE STABIJ .&'

". :. ;:i .government and should sustain 'ft passed subsequent to the war. to increase )'earJlln quantity and thieves maybe compelled to.migrate.JUDISON The funeral of thw late Chas. Vander- 13') .J.P.Alsoo.Moody.IUlDbc p2o1-----bill'SU.'' 27$ 50..1I $7 42, j the METROPOLITAN HOTEL aod kave.on bud a

units Congress directed some other Purmano1 record, on the other hand quality and'now averages over ten COUNTT.' vobrt, Grand Master of the Independent 13 J.H.Gariria.Jhthgks- 43I I VERY'LARGZ STUCK 01ifOJSESfrAfULWOk'SALE.

,. course to be. taken." Twice. the matter. 1, Is thoroughly Republican, and ho has guam per day. I have sold yearly a The Madison cdr 'gives. the Order of Odd,Fellows of, the State of ,' ,1.'Vil1a C. WilliaoDLa IChouI_ _._ 37 00. I,

"i ; was brought before the National Legii- those never been found ranged against any of cal at six dollars to bu chen. I am amount of cotton shipped from that New York, took place'on the 20th. The 24' J.H.Garvth.. work_ and..ma-_' .
great enlightened, and progressive mneral services read 1 43 oo 4J "
', )ature, the, whole country knowing full 1 measures that hvo contribued so now making on'an'average,'ten ounce place at 204.bales (rum, August, 1st ,to win Grand Chaplain were of the by Grand Prf.Good- 1874. Balance to date. n...-feS4 s 3 Those desiriBg purchate will find It to their advaa*

weD the course that, without other directio'n much to the glory and, renown_ of thisgreat'nation. of butter 'a day and I have a ample September 16th, against 46 bales shipped of the State, the dirge irK Lodge Jan. 3 Mancy. Janitor............- .a oo 46 itock age to uamioe this onusuany. Uurgc', 'f-d, attractive
;adapccc1coltlhna. -
S. ;i would be taken, but the assembled supply of'milk.. I feed, her libejrally during a corresponding period last year. the,German Order of .' The 3 1. Burch Davis&Drew IlrOdacr, furniturt.bill of brick_ .54 7047 oo 4! .1 am also.receiving; .

1 wisdom of the nation could suggest no Hypocritical and over-nice tastes night and morning and she always puts in an article-on remainswerektaken to' Greenwood Cem 3 .C.L. Mather &_Co.._biU of, .
.elghbr'Elenwoo : stadooery, & ,. :,,. 107.'4 4) A, COMPLETE'.01TFIT OF
,1i(i other alternative, ,and thus tacitly ordered might object to .the, strange jumble' in an appearance at. regular milking political situation makes the following ,etery. 3 Alsopfc Clark lumber. 49->3JO I ., ,',1 ,
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+ .' the Kellogg government to be stomachic and excretory figures of time. Jt costs about thirty-five cents a tondon.Sept 20.-It Is is rumored that 3 HanUnghimbermEdistoS IIcDeclicMAI; ooibe.btIIRI (57 17 30 17 yti jlsi > BUGGIES,, ,H4&TNS, AND

'. received and speech in the following: rmar\ endeavoring T.Hartridge. sundries........ ,itt 8a 5* OTHEJt' CARRIAGES
obeyed as the day for in winter and ,
only legal I tee tweuty-five enters this campaign In to induce the Bey at Tunis to rectify the 'si Angel&Co..woorf.- syI3j

government Under these circumstances I As to "swallowing a bitter pill,"' we cents a day in summer. :I have no"doubt no spirit of Dalgity or party acerbity. boundaLr line'on the Algerian t< C.5'. Derermux,extra rent.. 'ij6 oo.54 W '
froDtier ti2eIae5tstJes,
can only to the Floridian what What the t6 Simons& Valeadne,contract
the
one scarcely knows whether in face of say that with 'a cow I could have shpuld be tangb erectngfor on coveted for Oakland school and bill
larger
the constitutional man said to the maggots in the cheese now, is lo,look to the'welfare. ,territory. Germany, of desks,..,., Soo.oo 55al 1 FOR, Llv.ERY. SERVICE
and shown te
'I political necessities that he was devouring, "we can stand a larger re.ult Bos. country.and to the party it is also said, will protest against 1.Marryck, work OB school 3 oo 56 '
4 ten afrwar. any Feb s Republican office printing... itt -
compelling the absolute it if From oo 53 "rhkllWlUb. '
extinguish you can. every indication .I : Which I per spirit display 1 change., 7 Henry Harrison,work Fouto fiararald
ment of auch revolutionary,action the the Republican party I ft contented and Mr. s'' Republican I Vienna School- _-,_?-?_.. 18 oo jSII r" : ; "
Cpr Record ST. JOHNS COtlSTY. Commission' _, ......... '
& wood .
: happy and doing'well, while, the Pur Sept. 19.-Te Angel Co> 13059 AT'THE SHORTESTNOTICE'
<; New '
Orleans i '
emcute is more COUXTY. l8,1874. ers fr are in this 13. C.U. Livingston chain ...
Moot ,
properly that Revs. DjjPellicier and D. *. ; "ft k'r' .1.
man pill was lubricated and swallowed I Sp. Manucy .1. 'J 11 ,
distinguishable for its rashness and Editor New' South:-I t'e that city on their way to inspect the improvements J. C. WUliamioo, work-- .. ANDON1SIR.: .
Ktupldlty > a few weeks ago by the Floridian : natives pf .St.iAugnitlne'havC recently in the ..Oakland School .-- .. 3 50 6t ," ..1. '
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or Its patent Illegality. As would I as a ring squelcher, Is now beginning .Mr..Cooper'says that he !anoft.epubll., ben created Bishops by the Pope. The Iberia navigation' of:the Danube Mar iS t J./.OWilUamsoB.Phimmer hauling carpenter.lumber... 13 4 J oo a 66 6S MOST:REASONABLETTERMS.U .
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naturally be expected, the Democratic to purge it most drastically; andinsteaa can never attended a meeting,not even Captain Thomas,T. says theDok of Par' a ".. Doney.cleaning weLL_ 'a oo 67. ,'
; of Russ' been ma and : 31 M. L. Pnuuman tt Co., -0--
affording as ha Count 1149
expected, surcease of Ceri Dar hav
L papers, after the first shook was over pain wo find the Democratic in as a spectator. Now, Mr. Editor, when nominated' 'by this Conservatives for had a wth Don' at p 8SI for lumber,approved lot *.G.U.BRITTAIN Is my anthorim Afeal aU
.- I party 'eighteen dollar 18 oo. 68 Manager and will always found the Stahta ie rfyto
the at
the Madrid
Immediately began to palliate, and ex the throes of agony. Too much Puri government Repunlican party Menlber of Assembly. Sept' 20th, ; 'which Jt was I ;31' Bali& Whistler,work on Du- attend 10 all busiDeu appertaining to the Cdabl1IIeftt

CUM what tiny could not defend ; but, man has soured on their stomachs. I W inaugurated In this Stte'andtheHon. agreed "Carlos 'should be the val Sftntl..i ... .. _-- 70 go 69 C.l.3kCLZNNT.aakr .
DILBIO' cm" sole,representative the four Bourbon Apt I Monroe Robinson, Janitor' 45 oo 70 ,$ i6..In "
: only hero and there one, has allowed it: But on the other hand'by those' who Harrison Reed was made High The. says: "'The, cotton branches 30 ,C.Drn.bookund.WioI1'y '3, 35 f&lIa1 .
fmu ,
I : self to 1 betrayed into a labored defence.and arc familiar with the editor, such profession I Priest of the party, Mr. Cooper was "in cateri:1r'whteb'mldo such havoc the wlth'te'prsumptve rgbt'to I a Southern A.Wallace Express lumber-Co.-_; ; *i 19073 36 74 O ,L.KEENE. ,, '

4 r' of ; his retirement and I in thfcvicinity: a few Frnc trone. I .J..H,: ccafpleltO. 340473 .- '
eulogy a useless and stupid out.breAk of tropes of bit habitual think.that drew ctton' .
style On ,
weeks has Sunday, Spt. 20, at New York a J. C. ,!rpw*, material fct BAT rr axr,jAcxsetmuJi,FUUUOA
I : ,resulting in the killing and wound I give the best &IInrance'or sincerity of r turnout. ,!' for the Civil Rights bill had almost'entlrelydlsap.peared. six members'of Irish Teani I School hous .D ep Hollow .! I)76
Many
participated of tfkinds.
of
our Coeds
I ,, neighbors, who 4 -B. McOenay..llft"f *> 77 Dealer l I. MiHinery Ftmcy and Dress
; .: /ng jof Aumb rs of American citixenijbo I I conversion and a continuance in well not at that time been enacted. Anyhowwe thought they'_were, nearly, ruined, now in the aboJngmath'ofthe New S .Cecil ft Thrathcr. livery>w .17 oo 7* .' Keeps constantly on laud.tlMi last yleioC .

$ i4 right to look to the law foikl'j doing till after election. "Samuel" is I find him on' what the hard-shell persuasion exp to make an average crop.. The York first prize, the CobaiCmor. ? Crsnt's,,C.P Terauxex.bai.rent order hauling to rh 930070. .' HATS AND TRIMMINGS.,

/U protection. call the"anxious' .'The : Timtt also mentions a fW Rmingtn I 10111'1.- ] oat,
maw-
himself 'the High
these and
Among rabid I heartiness
again with e" .
,
L was won by L.H\pbur by a I 13 ,D. G:,Ambler, express on '- Also.Pro Goods! :a fine assortment of
A bag
N4 Betoucratio sheets, with the usual 'orercnuiuuasm which he sails into Dyke ,is refreshing. Priest appointed him county) judge, ,i, mot Tegtable praeUol. ri Baron.carrot 78,'the.highest ever ., I 13 WI*.Root.....prem.insuranc.._... *oo,1 49 oo$1 8a, KID GLOVES .

ana undue tea] of new con- my memory is right but the membr which measured inches in c !Washington. Sept, 20.-The National I June i j J. j K.HQUindclor.lri.. ... to oo 8) '. .,

4 : : I tTerts, may be, reckoned the Union, of Re.u'nltedOnce" More.- of 'the ''Senate '. d to b of the enoe, and after leaving I a rumref Labor Council lisa issued an official call L 13 13 <*. '1.Mn-h:Foster Ochus: ,,per rent G of, R.puno Fostn _.. i* oo" 84 Very CHEAP jal ,.Wa ortm n of r

- d ,this city, which, in Its issue of Saturday Tb proceedings in the, late Convention Methodist. persuasion and they refusedto root in the ground *was 14| inches,long; for a State Convention in every State ,real........,-- n oo.Ii. AVHITE GOODS..

I Ust promulgates the following most extraordinary In the first .District were characterized tak him in tha he a mammoth squash,,weighing 6d pounds, preparatory t a National Cnvento. '13 ;j.Sam Robinson* ...,..order.._.of MUIM W.W., ,:1014" Haft jwt rtcdwd" s fine lot c/

by groat cordiality and Ipaggo uutl and a citron measuring, ,over ,14 inches a 13 Int.paid OB.account,of P.P..
unanimity
doctrines: stood ,s probltor. not in'circumference.MOXROE. 85lh'instant- .....,,.......;......' I"a II 87 HATS; UD NS-: ''tUN DINa nENd
;i LOUX&IAXA TROUBLES.Lonltlana Hon. W. J. Purman was nominated by (Lout we the Emmons 'Western the .Julys i Mrs.Klnlacbtcteamng school 10089; AND JAPANESE CHAT lE
- acclamation and Mr. Meacham retired t tlDk' Hon.1r. COUXTT.; pdes on 'Swdy 13 T. Takatlnc.1 work._' .15 oo oo ,
is again the engrossing topic got: t accept postOD ol attor The Cubans of Key night bad only miles 13 .Siavaooat, ",'bia of n. Wqw; sisvdticsd. p )
ofuouveisalion, and the prolific theme from the field with the cordial.and creditable while,be Weit'ar.anai days. aQ..e.--1. &41 '-, -'.- -- -- :
was absent from D. C. Anbler :.
ney-General mous' in J. \ ini.oa note 4 oa 91ij
of W//, rQ '
ofdiicntaioa; but the late coup d'etat is .speechs I the State, and after that; we 'find him .support, 'M. Beecher'delivered his last sermon ,T.W3U iM.Sa ipsoa'fOfder' .110093' 'A UESINGrJ
not to IM wondered at. It is ; I Congress,,and Joseph Gonzales publishes ,13 Cash Dai4 drapaaIS t4
only the Mr..Chairman, .and Gentlemen of the solicitor the circuit B.: a the WMtMountalnHouse: ,last Sun. 11 .lL.Eol2yma., broad' R.espect&tty cab the attendoa of the dtbeo.-'
-ml court :
In .
legiUmatu result of Federal acting I ,
Inteference a
Convention tIn a. long letter,t effect.in the .; keta..oa. ts charts tD t.ae BaVAUTirm.SOAP h- .
to siwulo a usurping government put view of the dissentlons' which'exist the our Judicial.Circuit.. NowMr. : ,F., Franklin IS, .Pettr _'.commissions farttMcoUeaioaofuxes.liS. Ie Is the best Washmgv Barber ud Toile Soap.S's'made '

ir- in power contrary' to law and justice by in the party in this district and which. Cooper,was not fully] ,inthesynagogue 1., arrfved.inKey .CmrDderCh&, ,' ,last, :dido 64g.av---, 51 9li, ud 9ohen.desihcoldbsaddrc.sad. Tkb. Soap b pc lip UU. bozoc.

L the extra judicial order ofa, drunken continued, may result in the defeat of it w .scot' his'fault. He Cab. e l. Capt. A. a, Semmes. executiveofijcerof ( 'is William' Summerall. ,.work.. ..oa _
jud=e, and carried out by.federal the September Havana A ,.: School hon f..-. .. aqs ,r A. BUT.SINO.Joz
bay- party, actuated by motives which the Is' Moonth, for "
been commistioQ
taken J.J. >< 6f
certainly was ;
by- enough to yard ha s
oneu. What else'can be expected in a cannot be, misunderstood,;by those who .lo & .Louis E. 1e of Key West, la homore. down with, the_ ; 00u.ctIJetucI.$13,523.335499 '

republic, than that the people, when know me jand desiring to,work only in hMd round t wt the .member. It .. ; ; l'a l- ,', : be'no'abatement of the re aell: I 1 'Fof M&det aD4 aft c at Buck/- ,
HIJ lever. 1 ..Ssci 13 .,. ,_. ,
_ xbttOcd out of their rights will.take the I is b'y their ihjUJ know .,i. : -, !Hi -
ii I I I th.tDkT4f ;ipeacc'rUepublicanlsm, ,j& ye: them. fIB OU:';.;'"' I I "Ui;'K'Marftal'HeaIyl'br"Alabama: ] .:J ,, ':-JACICIOn1I.U.'." 'Aogwi i.,f ."-(-
___ _\pppftftunitj. to 'assume them. 'nd'the-welfare of the people'of the j, truly,' a ; CATO.; ensco12lu a.new It who has been W.bays niinlmMt theTreasurer1 account.togetaetwHk 1 VIBRANT PICTURES WOOD A'ltCE!
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: ppr. I spending season at .the sghsy.seo*voachcn b.7twtth.-1 tM abort L LEOS GAUDY.W <

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CITY NEWS. proved to be ODD of the robteers "AZld: Whit Others 7 j .
Say. -The Irish .cathollc'11eDevolent S..'
from him It was learned that two So TOREXT '-"'.' : .
others .
The J"
'J":' following extracts from editorial L, has / For 1M, :: 7HOITTURNITURE JtuJUf11VJt&; a
' 23,1174. detr 01r been a/ear far"existence au UMf. Jl large nmithea room { !
Szr1uU and oa B.aJ
"', tv'ID?ISDAY )101.1,0. were implicated, had. with the '
\ boats correspondence Alabama street. > the office
State Journal is Anply at of
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..' .-------- left for Jacksonville.' '.Word waa immediately .. reflect the of city fery prosperous,and bids ..1s1i The Nsw SOOTH.f .views
aa unbiased ;
. Religions Directory Wrtoiyeosgreenohdage.'r .- A'PIANOSORCANSpIANOS WAREROOMS I
sent to the Police -
: will pulUdi Saturday headquarters writer on the future prosperity of this .1 i CLARtT. .' F "" '
/ ihto bad we every -p-
lC" in this city and on Friday last -i-CoU-Hardee has two'tons '(twins) Just received BeOcfiai' .
" such notices of Sabbath tkcI. may be night city beside alluding to the advantages *Restanrcnt,trrwal cub 4 < "-'.o_.
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Cann otJock FrMay".J.Je officer McCormick. with the who resemble each,other so closely that superior Claret which win be sold by the aOtni ""; '" : .
; h*to iii by 4 8fcUtance to be derived by a residence in Florida ( or i.A.' S >t .., ,.. .
>_Joh ', Pwtrtlaiit Ej Hc eL D val street ea4.TKarfcet of other policemen succeeded in : oftimeg medicine intended. for one boy 'li-TSPtrcaDon,60 cents per oinwt. o-tj-rt
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L. 11. WclI. ect Sunday aerwees IIA capturin Perhaps Florida has received more is 'D j J t D W
Tad I r. ..: daU,. at 8# *. *.. Friday tBrooklTfc both villains, with;.nearly all the Northern emigrants than an7'',other given to theot1et. ,\. -- : ::BUY YOURSELF A H03l. .

t.Pwi'.. SWmlsT S001 MSHon..1 I service P. II. 'Suhday**iOL lit Schooh$ *{. stolen goods,,boat included. One managed Southern State, and every day adds\' to; -The' steamer LolUe7 Boy is'being' On A VnJLUsm oa St."Gb.,river b oAered 9br tale.. ,; .._.' ._
: *of the mosf desirable '" ; .
t.; Po'4 Eut JaiicsvUhe.' A It Servfcns inuTi to make his 'however the number. When one gets tere, he is I thoroughly repainted places the vkinlry'elsckSdmlfe .' .",:.4**-* r y-* *--'T\- ...,. t'v
fI J.cUottwWc t'7 5ullCSar at 5 P.M.St. I escape, by so'well pleased.Srith the and palredThisboat ,containing;si acres-.hoot I acres ready tat *
.' Methodist Epiicopal South). N. Ld corner : climate and its I will pUatinj. 'For PARLOR SUtTS.J-,CHMBEP3ITI.
:. I Ir" jumping through a window and although productions that resume. her trips pnthe8thpf panicoLus,apply at becuunthig.ooi .Ji
Dun ud Newtuui streets Rev.J. B. Fitrpatnck he seldom leaves; and A ofTKfcK w Sor11. .., "- .,." ._<) t':, -
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. five shots were ,fired at him, be for all-sufficient reasons 'that be may October. f' J .etf i : l. ; 1'"S _, ._ ... fa'
Bethel 13p .comer of Chinch and Hogan streets.RevMr. ,.
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VShildea. Pastor. Services eveiy Sunday was not hurt. The other was lodged.In travel the wide'world.over and never -Merchants are giving the credit THAT SODA FOUNTAIN p -S Ill

.j, Bnrnincatii o'clock: evening at 5 jail until the arrival a L exactly duplicate all the rare advantages up la ibt L*Fmvfrit dear store b admired by all. MOSQtllTO'l1'& FIXTURES
of deputy sheriff ; cash .
Strand Missionary Baptist Church.Duval street be- : which it affords. I system; they want for every.article .

" J Laura an*PincatredS.Rev.MacBrowa.Pastor. from Fernandina, who took charge and of this section. speak particularly they dispose ( and they .,tf I., > 'f.1 -. }
. Catholic S. W. corner Church and Mewnan$tyt1. There is a steady stream 0 are right in so ,
VICHY -
1', Father Vuao, Early Mass at 6*;,High Mass at 10'npcrul %; returned with his' prisoner on yester. of a most desirable clus'qC people ..set doing. .' .. Many oa rising la AND the KJSSENGEN.. .. .. :'t..1..Jr
morning of
complain head
\ S. ; a
.: MCad! VJvent. BrooUyn;near S. Fairbanks resiaut day's,2.40: train. The boat was returnedby tling along the shores of the St. John's' -It.'-'the'\ world- comes to 'end- ache or feeling snrpJdl A&Ia vof Vkhy or aUsseage Parlor DAVIS & llRE\V Oaabs5ni.
an .
" .t W. CooirJly. Pastor. \ and in'a'few year*, we shall behold the ;' next Croat : Sole.
-
. Fait Uaptillto N.W,comer of Pine and Union streets.Rcr ,the inland passage.-Union, 22d. I result In the 'I Novemberwhat: a splendid- MTumsHIDUIIDCh bantaM*in La Favorita cures ; Pub ." : .. ..,. ..;CItuabe _
_
i .C B. Simmon*. Pastor. greater abundance and IUperiorexeelJenC8 .newspaper an such UBJ leasant Afrkaa Methodist Washington. nreet, Rev' J. R. Southern Musical Talent Appreciated L of the orangecrops, item it will fuak Recent"statements." HaY'associate myself'with-ibV fancest Side I Pub M4 f ; 4 .: 'ko---p i

; Scott. '. enabling.us! df1Alabama, to' a lull. with interest OUR ENTERPRISING Home la the South I un new inS I Suits. BAY. AND LAURA STREETS., .
inItaly._ get though fraught ,. ,will_:pale Friends prepared to at a.- Parloe C.. :." ;l A.Suits. > .. ,* ,fc .
F Miss Florence ,Keep supply, where now we get&,few which before such Messrs..Gato*Co:.have see I1 ij ly spared no nat.low,prices iorcash or by amalf monthly payments jAOtnotmujt. -- ;?".Sawa
Pint National Bank. I a Southron by : news. expense in mtrodudng haarfiomtn the Knabe.Hallea i .
only ae"eS'10 whet 'our appetites for soda waie & Davis *Co.,Raines fc Broa, ; T".l'
birth and education who has been study -Second ever et tip in this dty.. ,It is admired W.P.tnersoiantl the ". .'i 4l4 .)
of the Adventists that by
Southern
Mr.Sboeznakertbe Cashier First in Milan And Florence more same sort!. This is'already say the end everyone and Gem Pianos],also, I4. .-1' ..I ,
ing for the last; the the soda fran it b pronounced by all the ladies Mason&iaugj& and __ _._ ,
largest city of Horida but Its is nIgh. Calm to be ,.Pioubet.PcltDe Co.Organs- $ S '
look 5 -
Florida possi peop1ejwho the _
Rational, Bank of has arrired, two fears under the best masters is on: the beat. Easiest terms
bilitie.sare no great, that it must attain ever given. Call and see what, CM of. .ARG"t'5rOcx.
in his custody the bills about to make her dtbut in crowd of longing politicians the fcr in the of EXAMINE.. .OUR
"having designedfor tragic yet, greater r proportions. When say ICE CR.EAU way superior instruments and few price. -'S' ... fI ? } .
this bank. 'The institutionwill opera. Her voice is a'high soprano ; same thing concerning some of them. That 7"9"I1I'JID. ,. H.OCHt1. 'i. .: tr ',' JI
the use of of the territory along the river shall have acknowledge lobe superior to"y ever to be . : '. .." :< < -$ It
remrkablecompass. -S T .1't. .
commence operation in the Frvetlxnan's exquisite sweetness.. great The powerand become the abode of an active and Industrious Summer .fabrics are being sold- at' bad tit thb dry prerfeDsly.:is. to be obtained at,the ; -' <- .' f, ". .t' '-,till 1 .If iej8.

Bank building as the Vaunuccini Signor: population-when the Jacksonville reduced prices for.the last few Temperance Reading Rooai al'ZjiMwrite. t-tyL A' CARD.,. ,., ,- :9ni ... -
the ,
soon as '
greatest teacher of: .days, ,AS .j "i. i. ii"
.
Pensacola and Mobile railroad i- 'i/- : Jio'-: .
: I' .
\ books which hare been shipped shall Italy, remarks 'that;:the finest soprano already completed to the mouth of' the, fall stocks are"already(
l bare arrived.Saspectta. voices come from America and the best; Chattahoochee, shall have opened the take their place in the market. : fiirnished roia, centrally .located.- Rent, low.. To :.. -'' 101 I"" .. .. '1111y... 1"34'.;
up .. -' our iJKhangeM'ubhshen and -. 1' JO .
\ atos from Russia: but of all the voices Apply at this;office! r Printers,alL -St. r
vast lumber Interests between the Chat 101 '..=!_&. 111 _
-
-Tb-e store Mail .
under bis Miss new ; of C. L. er" ..I.--.Y <
"i
raotnrcK. charge Keep possessesby tahoochee- 'and Fensacola when -. ; ./ 101 FUe' 101' ..._' .; .
there .
far the finest and he Co. deservedly attracts CIGARS lei .-101. '. ,: ..
for her attention
predicts general ,
A kind-hearted pedestrian helped] shall be daily or lines of TilE A. SON HARDY .1o1 .
A a brilliant career.-Charle8lon weekly steam Imported, domestic and of their own mamiBctnre .,. .. 111 .._ -t
drunken man out of a ditch and after 2etcs. ers between this.City and New York- from the fact that its internal arrangements can always be had,a better article and at a lower price loa 101'. ... ... .1lF1 1.0' >
.
the had been Miss Keep was, born: in St Louis,-was then we shall behold be Latest Improved 101 ,, -)
hardly -
thing accomplished our Jacksonville with can excelled. than any other place in the city"at,Gato& OJ..,/* 101 *:-- 1'1 r .."
\ hero saidAll right-hie-I'll rftte educated at Mary Sharp College in Tennessee fifty.thousand inhabitants and all engaged -J.R. is /Vttwr&x 6-ijtt' Ita 101" k ," ,
The in Campbell expected here this PAPER AND 'CARD CUTTERS.I 101 loa I
for looked lucrative
voa. stranger at him and Is the most and profitable -
daughter of Rev. W. BUILDERS .J0101011DIDOJoI01010I $
doubtfully, and wished to know what for. enterprises. Then the cotton Florida week. The St. James Hotel will openabout I AND CONTRACTORS loa ..,, ., .
--------- ---- --#10t. ,1"QM ,
'v. Keep a Baptist Clergyman now of WUl nod a complete assortment of lumber, dressed have returned tin manufacture end sale of these "
,
Se1.a4om ye runnin' for?" "I' that now goes up to the Chattahoochee __November; 1st, under the management and 10100 DAVIS, ADtunr,oolOI .'. ... A .
u.daedmouIdigs. Machines with which 10101, __._ ,
-
shingles has :
'" Little Rock, Ark. They lived in Mississippi .at the Depot my name been io loaf identified -------- 1M.
all. to Columbus
Xone at was the answer. NotcandidateP" and the'railroads *
up to of Messrs 101 lOloooo .
& Lumber FtramruM *
Campbell Andrews."Is .Yard.. .Orders to be, delivered at landings oa' ,and so extensively circulated for the fifteen oooeltl < .1
a "No, why'" "Why during the war and in 1866 removed Savannah, will all find its way to this < the River receive andIrtackiiui past 101 IQiooeoooo.wni auuuuuuBoMt.'"-.,* -
.especial attention. yean; .
; the .idate if my mMm/attrt eel 101 lOlooo W. '*.
I r senator here"F1 oel01'*
P 1 X I and add
hie-why ause don't know city; to the wealth and _
as any to Jacksonville, Fla., where Miss' prosperity asked Address, ..Louis J.. htrntfUr mtrktjft tiun*in Uhutrmttdf' 1
he looked
of this stranger as into bar .
tEB.n'dhichvJp 'notlier as you did people. Gen. Littlefield a 101 ICIOlOlOlODUHltWlOlSl -; ,
and her sister .1. says' / UJryU I iS, .
. ihout bein1 a candidate/' Keep now Mrs. C. the railroad to Pensacola; will soon be\ room "Yes; why answered eighteenmen MARINE INTELLIGENCE.A w.tl cadig. Ml 101' 'lOr 'J Itl-
Greeley, of this city frequently entertained nnder and as_they rose np.-Ex. My latest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER 101 -'Ml In' '1R -
.
when that :
,
The above may not be etrictly local way completed, with pa&eDt'DIOYeablc cutting board,two aB-steel 101 191 11 lot
social circles with their it will necessitate the line U!V iS'ANri'CT-EARASCESAT TUK tempered loi HI Jel.--: 'tintot
but nevertheless, applicable. .music.' daily of steamers" -The attempts of the very astute POET orJACCSONVlLLaV knives and souring board still holds Ira position 101 101 101-

IIImportant Miss Keep studied for two years in' : And wilhVdafly line of steamers head of the, Jacksonville. branch of the ,FMIUIU.AJUOTAU. M the Favour* Para Crrrnt AMOG Panrrss. _lG1C1fl ;;-.-.IM 101.f

Rutaor. New York and then advised the people in theTicinityoI'Jacksonvillowill Tallahassee .and the best machine la'the market*for the low .5 ,, loa _,m
was her Mutual '
by grow;all the garden Jrnck, as wellas Benefit Association 'sep 19.sch..., New York.' for it. .:' -S "JGI. _. __- .: '. 101
rkecbaIged -
The Steamer Mary Draper left this teachers to complete her studies: by a the berries'and fruits, and oranges; is meeting.with peculiar success in using Sept. n. sch. Flora. .'E.. MCDOnald McDonald. .Tit taint ., ._1- .-,-101.i; -S 4 0. '." .":---.101" Jot
,Charleston S. C. Improved Hardy OtrJ Cuttrv Is pro d' ,J. .
city for Green Core on Saturday evening residence in Italy. It is very gratifyingto and bananas that are so much needed his position as Superintendent of Schoolsas Sept. n, sch.-W. F.Parker, Darfeb--Charleston nooaced the MOST DonuBU CuuTCvrm' in the '" .'. 'O Q.t01". '_"- i, : '' '41'

last, having on board Capt. W. B. her Jacksonville friends' to seesucha in all the large cities of the East. Savannah a means to buy i influence in caucusesto .. market for the general uses of a printing office.Tu ." '..t.".:'. :- .. "-, -, iV f4.*
CUJUtAMCIS. M 4: "
White, the engineer and employees on: complimentary notice as the now .attempts] this business but Sept sch.Lucy ._/. 5, .9... ., ,- 't II e.i. ,t'
_one she has not the climate and soil the secure his nomination as Senator. It 19. W& .Day New York.: Kfffle Card .Cutter, with my 5,1-. ,'. .. ,

the boat. Soon alter arriving at Green quoted above. We can only add our capacities as to the most delicious, or i of I is truly refreshing sight to see the way Sept Sept ss 19..sch.Carrie Ehra.Walker Wark.Dunn San Domingo.Baltimore. 07 latest$. and Improvements holds its favoritism k (tin preferred by.many print' THE. FINEST AND BEST-- :'SELECTED "'

Cove the clothes of Capt. White were I congratulations and 'best wishes for Jier fruits while as to oranges and bananas in which he rolls up his sleeves, pushes Sept: si,sch.Mazeppa Moore San Domingo! slats and over other machJnrs.sFor : IN THE SOUTH ''';
she prices see illustrated circulars.,
discovered in bis room but their can'contribute notning. But the 11.HETJOR.OLOGIc.u. _
sun
owner success. L bis bat back and rushes RECORD.
,, has since into the thickest' '- Shipped i'fi'oIa' the factory the S ...
In
looked for in II' long set gorgeous splendor Observations taken to'any part of ( .nO
was rain. From these .
a57A.MsP. x.andr. ,
of the Will he win? K. 0 S --t---; )
QaiteConfidentW.t and as I leave for Tallahassee In a few fray. Aye, there's. daily.brtheSi&na1.ScmCeU.S.Ann.ia this city.I country* 'r_., ,it
peculiar circumstances rumor was rife minutes; I must close thumb! And iIh'e should Orders solicited and be Parlor '. RID!. ._,
this PLAIN
It is always a good plan to ,I hastily writ how proud can filled by return wai!. < e1' '
pre-arrange g
f ? I | Suit. .
on the street yesterday that Capt. W. ones actions in case of a robbery, so thai description"as to the present and future Duval county will be of her Senator I Sept, B I i Wind. AddrcsaAlSON P r"aad <--" .-. -.- -.: *>Chsmhei Suita.

had been drowned, and the arrival of possibilities of Jacksonville. That i 1 1. M HARDY. Suits. .. >i,. Suits.
Florence when the thief does come, matters will I it is a most delightful city, and destined L How to Pave "14.i I I I I t. f Pailor SUBSTANTIAL A i. .
tbe late last evening was looked Bay Street. i r ;; I.j i ii .7-aseotem Aubnmdale.. )ita. ,. SWbo..., : J"Suita..
go offsyst.ematicallynnd theatrically correct to cut a !large figure'\ in the future'of r 1 Pa '' -J -
lor with interest. As we went to Editor New South ;-One of the greatest i I 1 I ;'CIaaaaIIcr
press ; and to illustrate how well prearranged Florida's prosperity, no one, ''who has Sat. 199 3003' 79 86'E Light Csoo Fair s.II IS. FURNITURE : Son
before htr arrival, we are unable to gin ever rested over"here; 'for only a few requirements of the city of Jacksonville Sun. so 7. 30.01 79 8a calm 0.00 Fair WANTED. .,. ,*:
further plans may be successfully carriedout. I .hours will in the opinion of ot -a J998 8& 5g E Fresh OMO Fair AbAvo.everalyears'ezperi. ,' c .
iduLrL deny. our promi- in
part many M ence tracking the usual English .
branches ,
8 W French
-
9 -3MS 7S Gentle -
it will be I I S opo Fair'H .
.
necessary .
as an introductory and Musk,wishes situation
nent business men is to hare .its principal at 7 -mjtn 75'1 NW Gentle CUD dear a as Teacher school I
'
Modest. to this squib; to stat that a few evenings If some of these emiCPntly'.successful] thoroughfare well payed, and in ,-" *9 30-03 307 80 M 64 74 NE NE Brisk Fresh :.. .dear CTdy or Address private family.. Reference Miss H.given 1.,if Charlie required.Hope.. We S are prepared to offer our stock at <

The tfnion, ia its issue of Thursday since, the subject of frequent robberies men, who hare amassed large fortunes I a manner that little or no ..shall Toes.*. u 7 300'19 78 NE'Gentle ojoo Clear I 7S3t Brunswick Co. Virginia.T 'remarlablylow; .:o.*. ,:'
expense a 3fuA' 'ia
.
iif 67 NET'Bri k : .
the'East.l\orth _
West 0.00 CTdy i '
or desire y'.r. y&fi.iM
pn>fer advice to which have been committed in to rest -
republicans and
a be incurredby the city authoritlei. It Barometer corrected lor '
4.
from their temperature and elevation. .
labors
and to inhale health .. .
.
this of -.vfrtMMtO
man "from the late 5-
country" would on read. city came up in the evening and comfort with is win lamentable] condition and -
every aspiration would no a .. j. HOLLAND- -- -:0S :- t. I
ing the artide be led erroneously to infer social family circle of the frrinal MnjorL. only come down this wayand judiciously growing no eucr- very fast- ,as everyone S-_ _-Tl i!"

tiat the Union is a republican paper; ; and upon inquiry of Mrs. L. what invest even a" small portion of will admit wbo"'hu occasion to J.WATCHMAKER. AND D-A.vI-S..DREw" :

bat, on comparison of the article with she should do in case the house was being their means, they would not only add it use. : JEWELER, = -,..- ,

of the another generation in years to their lives, day by day. .' .', .'s..:
many recent editorials "operated that
in
the npon, lady promptly but likewise greatly enhance their fortunes Sawdust has been employed and ,- -< --,- '--:'; ,. :" 1 Comer Pioe and Bay Sis.. '' PSAUXS. CTAH .,. .'r-,:.
same fcbeet. would paid tbat she sb uld -- ,
pronounce it a piece tell him'.who'wuabout besides I It not be '" a., 1
may as itself decided JACKSONVILLE
generally proved a humbug, findingno ;, FLORID .
of the mot unbluf hing "clll*-k" on rec to effect an. "exchange offering known as,it ought to be, that a manwho favor with portion of the .CisH'TA",PRICE'cURREVr._ ,. -- ,., .-,..-,- :.. -,,-:' : : '-- :;': ;;": 'kinds."'of "FURNITURE. 'CARPETS,

ord. A go. d deal bus been said and an equivalent that"the silver is' moves, in the sere and yellow leaf any commu- Fresh GoabeaBuner, ,per iv----.,..,..... -3sC W'r.| : -.d-; ? --L, .. MATTRESSES, WHITE PINE WAL. !

written Mark in the of life to a climate is certain to nity. Oyster sheila have been found infinitely New1 welr CI i6cks ','"' NUTand CEDAR. LUMBER_ etc_ ?
by Twain concerning the sideboard and the key i is under the Ctccsc ; ; Watch- J 'H ",:
add ] .so
to the number of his years worse account, of the vast r u : : : :
assurance lightning-rod and insurance clock." Well on, Monday afternoon earth and hence upon : es,Diamonds,Plated and '
I : there is sound philosophy amount of last thereby created, and its Fulton Market EceC u JACKSOMYILLK; TLA"S
m -n, bat it is Mrs. L. and Solid Gold and,-SU-- '+ _
evident that that author & lady friend were tbe sole in any'one.d moving. 1a'ad'aneed ,
tendency to promote the worst stages of Rio Coffc ;3X Ibs for_- ..; ....4z.co Ware '
must have been unacquainted with editor occupants of that house. ,They ;were life, from a cold to,a warmer. climate.' p ----- -- -ver etc. .Swiss nrasGn and white xoods'of aQ kind* at Bttcky's.

Sawyer, for had it ben otherwise, the. quietly sitting upstairs, having left the -* *, Shaving indeed optbalmic disease, and whether with many, it is MaricaiboOffiT,33. &r.._-...,__ .. ijx > _l._-. -' I. .
attained a question
unto such wealth Bay street

JightLJnj-rod an 1 insurance men would lower part oi the house unlocked, when of years,'and lived a cbristinn a life,'be will ever be pared at all so as to satisfythe Java Oflee.sJi, fcr _. Eon i I DLUl XDS. PEARLS, AND {PRE- FOR SALS.OK kZNT-ClTY;'

have been j-atied unnoticed. a noise was heard below, and Mrs. L ,' could then fold "the drapery of his couch wants of the public at large. Layer.. Raisins.5. ..Ibs b1. }'. -,.. .. CIOUS' FINE STONES GOLD.SET--IN ,! '

-- .- supposing her worthy "worser half: .to i about him, and lay down as if to pleasant Now Macntoo.pcrlb.-,-ini r- "- --- *ocvcrnhI4.Pcib :. 'OL :ji
I dreams,** lathe hope]of a new exis a suggestion strikes me that I '.-. Ii IiFOR
be
the : .
Magnolia Ma and '
Act. author
remembering her re- terice'in that land where life is not may looked upon in practical point of :, ., -- Initial .. .j
Editor -
J..tvJ South : The maik on a previous LettersMtmagramtand- ; \ Ton aaos ofbnd on the"Kings Eo of '
; war evening, went to measured by time, but. by the eternalyenl'S view. Every street in Jacksonville can Tapiocaper'LISC. :: -' r. Fancy JEngraving done'' ill' : miles fiDnvJacksonville., This.fandht;
races, panic.," "hard limes" "Beecherand the head of f the stairs and called of God I >
cheerily be well and thoroughly pared, and at Sugar Cured Shoulders,per!!>.-._ I23YoizngHysoeTeapcrlb an artistic manner. ._ ADMIRABLY ADAPTkJ ;TO THE' -
Tilton controversy,"and"Congress out. "the silver is in the sideboard and n '.1. : '- :
comparatively cost provided the CULTURE '
trifling :
ional the .n TJC ; I OF SUGAR CANE 'ANDFRUITS
aspirants all combined eem to key is nnder the clock." The in- In Short. d- -
and Board of Aldermen will : ,' '
Mayor
bare but little effect trader did'nt Who Oolong Tea.per lh 7SC S Standard time by Chronometer OF ALL KINDS.. .
on. -
upon the Magnolia happen to be the worthy' will care for Bessie now.TVarrock's :'iJ;'
examine the -
carefully and then .
Market and those of our citizens who husband, but a thieving little colored subject Imperial Tea. per Ib_.... .; I.OO rated by transit :. ; j and fa beaati&ry fccated fcr BUILDING. '.. -Tot
store emphatically shines. ad for the general interest of the whole .- I price a...Ipply. ,* '
lire ailjacrnt thereto should feel under wretch. who had just been liberally help Gun Powder Tea.per lr ._- _1_ S observations. a.'ll:-WEBSTER.- .
Carpenters anticipate a revival of community, more particularly for the : "rem \; at Wallace MB.or .
/ ,
.
r. .
many obligations to Mr. George ITow- ing himself to rare 'provender-chicken business. interests of the mercantile portion of the OoJooz'A'No"' z.per Ib.-__ _s.oo '- ,.- .. ""3.'-A w- "' : I

ard for the enterprise he has thus far and such-and who, on bearing the f run TUB CnnaATKD BOHXL r J '
:
Aim
.tL__ ,-Fletcher hare Sea Foam,per nt ... 300 -
'Ill'playea in muting mis market voice at the stairs slipped oufoe'the Bros. ,leased Brush'slumberyard. city.The Coarvonua WATCH. ; 1 I \
what exactly pavement that -could be laid Pine Apples,4 cans *r_i __*_ Latest sty it should be-a back door and then made his ,' .
great public benefit. appearanceat _, -.ad
; .-N down with the least possible! cost, is Peas 4 C&1IIIOr.1.00 : ...
Every stall Is session of tbe 1 "
the Council -
rented to men who not front door and serenely knockedfor City on ., : .
wooden : ORRIS A. DZIALYNSKI ; 1
. only know the requirements admission. On Monday evening last. simply a pavement, the materiaL Tomatoes,4 cans for.- __1.00_ TV/T/ FOR:: SALE' ,' '.- : _
of the admitted .
public being and ; .
of which can be obtained for the .- .-. .
.
1 nt arc able and willing fill those questioned! by',Mrs. L. as, to what she -Tbe wifeand: famy.ofMr.!! Higgins trouble of going after it. Millions of Green Con;. cans for-, _,',.,'',.-1_ AUCTIONEER BYA..JROSST

requirement. The fresh should attribute the honor returned And aH ether ii In this city',aetgMiorhoocI .; on north side ol
tender meats of the present on Monday. goods In proportion.at the store of .
between Pie >men
feet ot refuse_ pine ,boards are' now Ashley street -wfebia B*
and '
fresh, tt p vegetables can be bad vifcit, the boy told i er that 'the Major ,-New -. **. ', AND block of the St.James Hotel and,j feet frow .oo of
goods are received JOHN ROCHE.
at fair being at burned up day by day at the different the best boarding-bouses in.t:two two-story" h
prices, and will be found wanted lib boots." "Which boots"*.said C COMMISSION MERCHANT '"
as good Bucky's all choice and fashionable. ,
ai saw mills, that could, be utilized ouc TC\ : ; x SISTER .FRAME :.HduSES: : p

can be obtained. It is an establishment the lady. "Bit best boot," 'replied the i Sereral draymen hare their cess fully. Instead of these idaptcd tn' singH-GI' ifntiM tenement.Aa. .-v-'
that nnm burning o1J kinds'of merchandise"received change or Each having six room below iacludinc ,.
cannot fail to wretch. The of best oa consignment expense.
succeed use boots
in the ones at '
.
bers,nailed on upside down.. What for boards suppose they were sawed into : and sold at auction private sale.' IWO Hfc ttMrtiyl ID Bain boose,and
long run, as a general favorite of home that hour of the day seemed a mysteryto -. -- bur above: sir closets below and fcar above, witifireplace
Nasby's. letter which lengths of about one foot and then:car to each room in main bouse. :Each hous
-
we :
consumers. Mrs. L., and to gratify justifiable /publishtoday Every description of goods cntnitted to me for sale. Ravine two front and two back entrances.and dnve-
,. will be "salad for the solitary.* ted to the point where they are to be will be disposed of U ; way on each side with piaua across the entire hoot.
feminine curiosity and not because she used I T'OR-O.C-AL'A extending round the comer twenty feet to tMtront
We Hope it will be Imitated. questioned the honesty of of the -The pilot boat Young America bere.they could ,be placed'side, .. BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE doors also found the entire L,with walk sama keijht
purpose c of fcet back to die double wood-
We have by side as close 8'they"could be laid piasza.ronning thirty .
been informed of a little boy whose face and from Darien, is on the marine railway house ijzao fett.
pri the ;
open "winning and embeded until AND .OTHER to owner, and prbtnpt and accurate returns made!
in "
rate firmly .
and \ for the sand, _. ,
unpretending undertaking of a ways" were such as to drive all repairs. I A. WELL .01' "
practical and benevolent away a. the exterior surface was, as level as a PLACES ON TMI W'.fHA' RIVER PALM:.BLOCX-. and-pumps within five feet of L..brick cIrband sink
character that I doubts, she asked "what the Major -The Ambler National Bank: will not ball room flo r. All of- the requisitelabor -m ..JDEPOT .Fla. attached,with cemented drain Wry feet to cess pooL

ought not to be kept in the shade. Mr. wanted with, his" best boOts '" ""He go into operation until about November AND ADJACENT'COUNTRY.THK These houses nre wid- bay feet .*been each other,ta
having
Henry Clark in laying down thIs: pavement complete order'1hroaiJtoat. recently
our esteemed fellow-citi- wants to wear them out to Moncrief LUMBER YARD. painted.and repaud. The.western MM oconfa a
Zen. of Alsop & first.An could be performed_ by the I idle, worthless -. '. half lot-the eastern occcpytng the west hatf-of a fctt
Clark's I.
mill, encouraged Spring see' the, mens play ball," was 81 pound lump added lot upon which is ar fawn with Pray,yeh and fig
Ms was to drunken vagabonds, who trees and vines ali uader Also
employees emerge CONTRACTORS ANLVBUILDERS gnpe thrifty growth.
to form
a sort of home be- the The boots ..';. :: / '1.. '
answer. delivered <
were the : north aide Fonyth between Market and
of Mr. J on street
family C. Greeley Friday
DIYoleni club of their own (or mutual and the boy with on. every morning from the Mayor's court TEAM R. :.ocK4WAHA- .' .* ':'nm-,'* .' -- La"bcn7.a1taI(1a oftbinca.1IuiIz. .
wiftning : :
ways last. -
awirtance politely and are forwarded to'the; city" prison .ia"70 by jhe pre aaccnraeT aad-occopkd by hint
and relief each contributing made ,Lis exit. It is stated that FULL ASSORTMENT,OF aa a private residence-bavnar slaty feet frontage oaForsyth
to a common fund 1793.:00'represents the amount collected with nothing, .to do but be fed at the ex Capt. WAUA street and fifty two and a ball feet on Adams:
one cent per day, or the' two ladies were curious to know DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER.' distance between rreets two Jumdred and ten feet;with
twenty-five cents on the assessment books for 1874, pense of the corporation. WILL LEAVE JACKSONVILLE MOULDINGS AND SAWED farce doom bath-noat;-pantries.do.ets and water
to per month; tile fund I what the use of those ''best boots"" signified the The heaviest loaded ,. .- ," .1 riNESHINGLES on three Joxn;lodudiofca.matt lot ff tominsre. AU
be
used to alleviate distress and afflionon. and contemplated by city tax: collector.A wagon -would EVEliY THURSDAY llORNING, the above mentioned property. bdcf situated on high
securing a passover a of this eroond.considered as f
pavement description
The -
Savannah CHEAP' FOR CASH AT
-a .___ arrangement. .. has worked to carriage. to ride ,to Moncrief- .Snrinp-& ;-- to-- ,paper says that the without being ,sclu el'yJ; beards The, AT 8 O'CLOCK; ; .HEALTHY'AS.ANY PART OF THE OTT.; ,.
WI&I'1II &rad aU are delighted with the further investigate. Whether they did steamer Starlight will make' two"trips a THE DEPOT. :LUMBER YARD. having good beedrcnhaoB of air at all.WIll

rt..1ta. Last week the fund week between Savannah and Fernaadina. : streets would always present an, aspect '. CEO I.. FOSTER! Agent, be sold far: CASH at a very tow figure aa the owfter fadesirajm
Lumber delivered aO
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contributed or is parts of the citjuad vlcwirr,
not our reporter unable to determine 01 ttaiag For 1M
up. pnncalan apply es
s1oto defray the expenses of neatness and cleanliness, all dn&t, rmlJIJ1ft.. ". .Dges,. ii 1-.sis., and at landings OD the nw,; at low rates. AB or owner. A. J. ROSS.
and burial as he can find -no such record in den receive att a. .._ .
prompt
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ol'ooe of the dirt filth would be avoided, and Bay J ly 1' t 7i. .. T >. .
letter LOUIS BRUSH !
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two stables that he has Visited In -A addressed .toFrancia; J. Also by same ,toe tale two smaBtnusaaof
We pursuit street would soon be known as a respectable B. HUBBARD ymcksafr.M.rr:1I.6.18,4- party w rent

a hope to receive from Mr. Clark of reliable information. If they did go, t/ewis,Jacksonville;is'held at Savannah thoroughfare. Before a great SfrWEL and four near rooms the St.eacv James comer Hawk Laura. and- ,Chrdl" 'jftAD ,'streets" ,

Detailed statement of the character their r turn ride_was of'a pensive,soliloquizing po.t-omce'tor postage. ., time had elapsed, other'streets would I uhlr;; Fla., THIRST-CLASS -I HOUSE Northern the.visitors.above named. property fa very aWe. fcr. .
Jl operation of be paved the same 'and the.h le y- swtm.Liaea
this way .
bIfliUtntion pralse-wortby nature, as the Major did'nt go 'N&ture. on the 21st of this-month difi I city would be benefitted by the improved TACXsotrvuil S

-itb which weshall publish to Moncrief Spring, did'nt send the boy a fairthIng.. The day-and night were appearance and neatness of her ,streets. Jmporter and Dealer in FO' IK. nd dock soils BucTy. .seCa.. .__ '.
put SALE .
pleasure .. .
with the hope that after his best boot d'd'nt in duration. : : ;. _. '
them equal ..
other mills will get HARDWARE .IRON AND STEEL,,p : '. -
imitate so good &II ex- and probably will not until that boy with -Would it -"- -- I The undersigned. Intending to remove to Ua planta -
not -
"pfc. \ I prove admirable FOR RENT. EDGE TOOLS..TABLE and POCKETCUTLERY. tion,will sell htt residence on Adama S_ lb :
the face and I CARD. .
"open winning ] Stjsmss and Grand National -
ways"shall for
speculation builder '
I some put up a A dweBlng-house, pleasantly*nd conveniently located H.SA. '
Robbers Captured. from -conscientious. conviction of' row of tenement& cottages a P, plenty of room and dedral irr..n",. To : ? ApplytoJ.C.Cua.n.- On and after the flnt of November _...

lAst *e kv the store wrong doing, or from the more potent be lca.4q. the month or i-I. 'Terms reasonable .Nails Glue. Putty Glut, Faints, Oils J.cks.,1fr.MAn '. 1114twUtI. .
iu of M.. Downie, motives -The St.James Hotel is being placed L Apply w I lilE. B Kxuecc. SELECT PRIVATE;: Ferc&Ddlna. exemplified by his making LEATHER BELTING,RUBBER PACKING.STOVES. .
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WU broken Into In apple-pie order for the -
of r
reception Rubbesndolboohaa&Buc&I'LCOkN } can bi had hi the &i.n'rot'A.
M. lom.
closer : .
f the acquaintance with the BLACK ALPACA A SPECIALTY.
night, and ,robbed of about Vperlice, expected winter guests.The. .. .TINWARE.CROCKERY.TUMPS.: "Murdoch Hooae.* Fonyth onent. bsrtr
Ire kondred return those ". boots'1 to thdr Try car 50 cent Alpaea.fclly worth 60 cents. Also aDd w.- z -

and at the dollar worth of good owner. ,. rightful : colored man who got such an I to pieces Black Alpaca S5cents>eryar
tame time a colored man by II ,Ct .''.5131114CT a. ., ,: .
the :ugly from bas baUlat weeks .
tap a few .
& of a I DOORS.SAH.BLINDSMOULDINGS.SUGAR' jet received Urge stack prims cons MIl oir satisfiu orily--4-f a .p4'
Clark missed I a fine boat. -The base ball fever will again be at now meanders REDUCTION IN PWOES., -AI.W"UlLUCAS*' NEW STORE,. Fw I&ntIir.w. .ot w>
ago,
led peacefully through ., "-AI.ONES
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to the .Bar Street.,l.a1 at i [
tfcl ncla _-I.
ion Ita Jl Eftp
that the tbieres height to-morrow. The Garden City our public thoroughfares .FiM bcbib.ir at -%a. LonsdaUsheednf & :

robbed the store had taken the boat; clnb arrive by special train tonight.A is cts. Fruit of the Loom ..,:AH woo) CaPiIIlnr.: 'Jl.Hfi-r. 7't.! -4 Is. Tronks-and valises wanssp ..' .
-J for the IJQrpo.e -Judge Archibald and, \ >reral lawyers net ud whit flannel sjc,, LiMa towels sac Cenu.In ':. t wt/n'. ::11:437 at BuckJ"a.(- UayW Jmhter7.H.c ; Fkalax fc Da.W. D.. C a
&a4 conTeylng themselves precinct meeting of .;.:_ % .K_ C.L. SMmM. .;, .
republicans of this *flesh towels CaBat f
city were joe ; .
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tkeirbootytoapUoeofaafety. ,among .thepal- ; si. zlit,, ,1 ,, _
A to elect delegates the' O-IS-M '* FvnCBTGOTTj BtnaKT a'CoC \ : ,: -.. --K .
nominating .
. 1 >afterward county lengers on.:the steamer Florence for, ; ..:"0 :'.'-E':, N'-QTI "
" thicken b01l'eT6r,a DOted convention to beheld inthis KIW GOODS. .NOTt I ILAl- : ":-fee FlJUklDAfYrrW fo. I
thief from.this city Green Core yesterday, where"the :Fall SEASONABLE DRESS ,. Boy*aged lespealvery.'i.'13 m f. AWQOflE1C&LC
.f 4 to dae cit,, anrerlDg on Saturday, will be held in National Term of the Circuit eouri Jost received aa assortment of new Dress Good*at I tothy snihorUt .U.PJsasi ..my rear*,'whom I wish to bind oat as apprcntica w aoaarade. $" -_ ":
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coanty
t or for that : AA 6f them art active,
Andre t ... smart >*-* 'to r'
ws, was arrested, oo sad*]cents. Cheapest-1IrOapa to IIae hiit' . ,., aICR. :Addnas'-- MARIA klTTBCT
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i r : 4 GENERA -DtRECTORY. i '. PROFESSIONAL CARDS..c.r l' .9 ''ijsr/l- : S .'A? al.dv: : MISCELLANEOUS 1 ." .I.. "- "' ".t7i 'tqT L! :

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I" .tl Comptroller A. COWGILL. '
","1 -. H. FOSTER. Svooettor te Hide and SVin business IAGA' T RIUX1T. : ., ::1
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\t. I 'I 1 ". Attorney Gt.urtJ-' A. COCKS. XT -s.u.cRo'c.L: .. vu '. / 1AND: .r r "I : EXCRANG.. c'. ,., :., .

Adjutant Goner-JOHN V AIUUl) ,. ..: ; '? _.; -L" i., .,,,' ., -. ," !)" .. ;{- ,'; : ,1' : 'S ..7h ,11' t: Jl1iH4.. 'J(1 ttJlu1tWr.7+f 1. I.

: r or.3I4eO.ndiLmrs3k-D.&OAt.. A4:1: .Comet: 'Bar and.q Ocean streets.V'k .- .; .n*.pi?.; ... ,. : .' i S .1 ; n r ,i, r 'oJt.Fic :>VEitriGE' a.us1RitT
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r J ('II44..C of PntUc In 'io< -. CJO BBS. : : ;S .' 1" ,; .j "ilk-if'm; iH1Jino N BUILDING .} .
r, lMe JIIotjf-Jl.l1. ALBJtB.atR. .. ,";" ; 'ioui *-.. -* .* 1'1 I ;;"' 'j ;.S it.; 1 S.' -S JA ,tJ.JuJy'Ur74.; .) .
2 SUPREME COURT. HtPes pricee'paid.for-Hkles, SU| Furs. ::dS\: : tftH. : :WORLD'S AWAR'D' tJ / l i : of the 'of 71*FbrU Savutgt Bank.,RIIIl wt.&xtafti; .
iI I: Chief Jastloe-K. If. RA KD'LL.AMuetato k-- toL.,1ti!. 'Id ''J'8s''T4IJ .L.' !. 1 ; N4L" =. lu t 4 p JuUur -J.D. WESTCOTT .. .. ,- .' .,-,' i .In". .0. d4 ,"',_, ." "',I'., 5' I "u:1 ., ;'.,n ',iil'( 1 ; trk-'i! !u f'r" ac Il' J :., Ct l. : A SA :
'I'i' Jt.lS. VAS VAWNJlDG.! .' ...1. :8 : .' RF.cElvED of =shall 1 be that of a nV'feV S avfafgsand'Loans 'bwdiiJi'afid'aale I
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'1 ..4 terk.itxAN I.: 'll' I. '. 'OSTJl:1L ., ,. .;4.EIIso1t_ 0.< 'I' .1'i ,.Y." WiP1'- ,: : ".h : :. St 1.":... '4PA : .\6 .n.'F..r 1 .:;.(rn'tld u\ ';,,/ 0. rf of ReaTEstate.Mortgages.iends.Stock.GoldandSilverTreasuryVerr raJ the nta.&cI ;'A>.ia c 1 :/t ,. -

\, I d1'' CIRCUIT COURT. Atr> "law aed U.CoIDa',.. .Notary PubUc. : r.IJ" "Thecatrftal stock((which may be increased at'any Tneetlng of shareholders called fcr that = shall be S H4'oB4vscTht: SS .
," I, -t' .,. 'T iwo L1 b AVO'RrrTR ; ; shall belpeJd ia commencing business, and the balance la .. a*
!l 1st ladklal CircI.W. W. VAN NEP8. Fenaaoola.Id tROBINSON; & CO., : .R sw ; |*4lOO.. wWcKio per tzns. upon .1I01.11L\U a anAl.
: M P. W. WUZTR QlI.IDCY. ._ __ :1, the. bustaew of the corporation may'require..11. < ; v
$ I 14.- Wm BBV80JT Live Oak.4th RtA'iSTATK This corporation win go Into operation July 6th$, 1874. ana continue twenty year*. DRUGGISTV1ay '
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'. ( .' '. ANDJXSURANCE BROKERSAget'i1 S S S f'. -Th&bighest; of to'which'' 'this corporation can subject itself shall be .ooo. .
ft, .' t' .i4 feB.ARCHIBALD,'Jaefcacrflle. *" r ,' 'L i t.l : 1 amou*t liability ; .
If, ( 'W ; : ? V1'"**'*Life-insurance* -- Company of L : '::1. i"J I d !The officen oforporatiosisiflseTYew1th9ut:! ) 1aar1 Until otherwise provided: .a vote 6ftlW JtpckTbeSdeiW St..

,', } ftih Judicial Clrealt-J. H. OOSS, Oeala.th jJewY rk> .V -Vtt, ,, l'; ._ FOtLbWIiG i. ." jtJ f : J ho ; '' "Vto'aflord'to of.'saving: their the JAClC5oNYILE
11. SEE THE : rthe Florida" S iB'nk' those who are desirous money FLORltM.
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;jt .T.AOBEE.Tlmpa. et9.4 iJ>J. Undivided eurplu*f i,666,6ai.gs.. ..,. ". ,- ., '" 1 .
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,' : Ith. J-. W.l'BlCJI Enterprise., i"h.{ I.. q1 ..' : tSS. t, means saiely employing it at a good rate-of interesl,to Invested,under ;
}i' ,. p 'bJ.. : '_ 71Is1 'u.y, ; .4.--.. .*. I l t '. ':" : : AT HOME, in hpm,!securities well-known value, instead or running'the risk. 5 of losmg' ;.J It 4'by entrusting It.to I coatouxntx .r USCI.l>noii &'
I. :SEEING MACHINE SALES OF I87.3: foreign corporation to be sent to far off cities fbr investment! I
.j' k .' t1vAJ: c UrrT ," ,.,., President and Treasurer andaBoatd
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N. S. .. ; OmcEksT 11. officer) of this corporation shall consist a President, a Vice S
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I" i Judge-W. A. Mr US AN. : .. : "' hold -
Cottbty J November" and to
t 'W ,. 1 \' ,- r S ; .three or more :,;M< e-chosen anuually' ,commencing 1875,. .oftIce S
Clerk> Court-OSCAR HART. The Table of Sewing Machine Sales for 1873 shows that oar'sales lit year amounted to 131,444 Maehines S until their successors are duly chosen. : '-" 1' : :nv-itj .EARNE'S'. ;
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1 '; i- /': ''."'''Plate Sheriff-JOSEPH Softtiitor-X.H.A.DURXEB1 McDOMOCtl. '. PHYSICIAN ,AND. SURGEON. being a large. increase overthe sales. of the pwiousj ear. .((18j2)..._The- .uUealMi S S lhm tHii| 11:1" ': f.. annually>MlirtHGS.-Regular commencing November meetings 21875 of the'corporation. for the election. of officerS and otherJMainess, ,.* be'held ''K', : : _

,.. <:. 8oiOlto! U.u. H. BU11MEH8. : ;,. :tl.:1 ; 1 : I I '
% County ,Jacksonville. Fla. BAIIX Hotms.The rfgular hours for transaction businesi shall be froei9 o'clock a.m. to 3 o-doclrp. m .SFLU1DEXTRA'; S
1'.1 II Treur W. HWAIM.Awot HOURS I tin .ml and till i'p.tt". ", 7* QUR> SALES ,EXCEED 'THOSEdF"ANY;; :'OTHER''COMPANY.bo ; daily, except Sundays and holiday! *;and on Saturdays until 7 o clock p. m.. ; S
-J. C. ORKELKY. OFFIC From 9 i* ', the books of the and alson book to be given to the de
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: :*, Collector-PETER) JUNES.Bapnintendrnt OprtatAjiD RftsiDKNcm. mCi'Ocw and. Monroe w" : .io.tt' < \ :\ I. positor., ,Thi!book will be evidence of his or her property.. When money are withdrawn,this book,must be :

.' :i of Schools-C. F. MAWBEY.Auctioneer streets. :' 6-7-6m: ,. '_ !- .' -. i iJ-'J "J 'For'the period named, by the number.of 113,154 Machines, or,nearly:J,., / ,e ? brought to the Bank to have the payment entered. Depositor may take out the money themselves, or, ta case ]3JJCFI Ut
J I *-J. L. Burch J. C. Hemming U. A. < .' />-. 'j'' ; absence ot'a1ck_ 'It will be paid totheirwder properly witnessed and accompanied by the,book J> pe I
I ,. 1. .1niaJynakL LDOUBLE ',; :: I he will 14 ft at any time when called for when there Is a luffideDt amount III the trca8Ur"unill"lcswd Orbatthe
I ). .4 ,-' Jfoury Puuuca-.llohD Qi Ham, F. ." ,T. B AER fir'.,)IARKENS!;" THOSE OF ANY OTliE1COMPAN. ?. S cfwlse. earliest prac.ticaile period1.In tile order la which they may be caUcd{r. : The only known rouedy for J'
."'S. ) B. JCells, O. P. Cooper, Chu. )L. Summers, W. O. ', S 'i "'.', ,- : (t : Jeffrey, Edwin levins l Wm. M. Led with, .E 31. :all deposits which shah have remained three months or more in the.Bank,to be added annually .- *
tb.r annually
) Cheney,Tbo U.Maiey,J. W. fiwaim B.Granger, STRICTLY WHOLESALE GROCERS,. It may be further stated the sales of 1879 ,show a relatively.larger Increase beyond the!tales of other to the principal upon of the Depositor.I . .5 SS .
Jo. H. Lmrkee C. Oodnngton W. L.Coin J.W. j' makers than of any other year. For instance", in 1873 we" sold 45,000 more Machines'. than. any other commpenywhercashi873.thesa1cswere CCOAJn'S UMCALLXO Fan.-Any account to which nothing! shall be added and. which shall.bare remained BRIGHPS ,:DISEASE
Ir 4 Whttney.I JACKSONVILLE..FLA.49Goodl t. > t "f j, '_ jtl' ". :.':.' uncalled for for seven years shall cease to bear interest. : i ; .. ,
County CommlJll.nere-KIlM Price, E Fortune 'Accotmra PATACL* TO HMRSJ_1C persona die .who:own"money .In-'this Savings Bank, the money will be "
: M. H. U. Hot,,T. 8 Bella R. Jones.- Savannah Charleston 11S,2.5 IN. EXCESS OF <3UR.HIGHEST; CpMPETTtdB. S paid to their legal representatives. ,. r- ." "' / ; .1. ", And a.(osi jve remedy ftru c .
Justices of -Pe&ci-W.. W. Sampson, W. A. at and prices. '. S BANK BOOKS.-Although the olli:'will endeavor, by all possible means to prevent frauds,yet an par
Bummeralt C. P.Town. .'Henry O. mon Jame ,459-3m ; ments.10 persons producing the bank-book shall be valid payments W discharge the corporationCBILPRXJI'S. .' .' t ;
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r M. Wilson. If. P. Chappell. A. H. Philipa, W. L.Ooea f Tbese figures are all the more retnarkIefor. the'reason that the*sales of the principal companies'in -1873 are' WJUrtS.-Parc"ts or guardians of minor ';may deposit Money aa trustees for the G V : STRICTURES
.+ J' W. Meuard.Morveyor, A. Bueelnl.. Wiu. Gordon, I- ,- P.. Bollins, .. ONKOOKER LESS than their sales in 1873; whereas;as has been shown our sales have LARGELY INCREASED. The benefit of such.milis7 until-they'become"of'.age,"I interest.upon which 4, .may, be.,withdrawn .annually or added to DIABETES '
ChM.F.' N : account of sales' from sworn returns made to the owners of the Sewing Machine Patent." It will hardly be the principal. > DYSPEPSIA;
- -(. Bmith. denied that the superiority' the Singer Machines is fiilly demonstrated all events pat f their popularity ia .' SnclAIi ErDowMEwr'; J'LA.-Depoiil5a; the Florida SaYings Bank mounthg to 170 during each year for a NERVOUS. DEBILITY
t Inspector of Lumber' -U. L. atoody. ,RVW.Cone REAL ESTATE DEAf ERS corner Ocean and Bay. household is unquestionable. ". ' '" S term of ten years will secure the depositors. ash paYllleti.opo al the end of the term,, or proportionately
'. J. Pr>oe.Jr. streets Jacksonville Florida. on smaller larger annual deposits In case of Inability.to.complete the tea annual paymeDts. the depositor ', DROPSY
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ConaUbl<.-O. H. MJIVS. ". Wilson, J. Smith, J.J. Money loanedon Real.Estate security. General S S' : '' S S J:J i can withdraw! the amounts;already paid in,'upon giving three months*notice,'together with the accrued interest I .. .

_" Forbea,James Lane J. IL.Brown. Life and Fire Insurance Agents and dealers in Pine STATISTICS OF SWORN. SALES;, :.. ': : :. thereon. This plan.mlike ordinary life insurance'secures the depositor against forfeiture.of previous payments': 1 NON'-RETESTION. OR L CONnNENCI
Lands. Plantations,&o. Springfield. suburb a specialty.Correspondence1 : and offers a safe arid:easy method of providing a handsome endowment for tf e future of parents',children friend,' I VINP: or
I.: : CITY OF TACKSOtrSlLLE; solicited 's-aSswtf S _L : .. ,, ., 1"" . "S I .'' i! j. .? ;' or the depositor individually; Special dtJlOSits','IIOt to be'withdrawn foe ten years.-will entitle,&..depositor .to i', S '."Ul.CEJtATtoN, IRRITATION rLUIA1'JOJ OF' :. ti'
J M vor-PETER JOKES. S J' a certificate for dtujlt ICe eseouiei.fsic4 difftitt payable in ten years in favor of any person designated. THE' '
.. 4 Aldermen-B. A..TUEB ACT- K. W.DENXT,A.J. ; CompanIes:' Sold In 1873.-., ,. "..Sojd' ta. 1872.,.. '.. .:. .(i :. .',. ; LOANS.'Ail moneys received on deposit shall be invested In first mortgages on real and personal property In ) :. J
':. RU8ELLW.W1RTDOUULASWM.g.DO8TWItK JB.C.DREW, THE SINGER_._._._. _?.' 133,444 i ;. tJ9.7SS.Increase__- n,686 this State of at least double the value or in other ample collateral securities. < > :
: ,I. r .. L. I FLKUING. JACOB .HUFF A. 3. : : Wheeler' & Wilson.., __". .::.! 119,180 j- '- "' S 74oBs.* Decrease'J; ; 'S.MO .RBAJ.'EsTATK.-ThIa! corporation will act a* trustee soc the purchase and sale of real elwdi! the r&sjUld \DIiEkA'KIDNE1PS
BENTLEY 8. B. HO UBA1UX J ., management o/estate and property generally : : r : : \ '. i. .. ,
ATTORNEY AND : Dmesdc..i.; 4at; 4J\ '* "* "' :. ,49.5M'Decrease; '9Mo S ; I ., ..;
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PAINESAM'LSPEARINGl
.tI, Clerk-W.U. CII lUSTY. ..COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW Graver& Baker. __. '' 86.1791". .!I '1"' S*,.ol l, ,f, Decrease. _, .. ,.-_- 15,831 >JAMES H.' ..; .. resl M eat.L' .: VL-.VVKM. ent. -r-JONATHAN. TM asurer'Seaside 1.1, ,, : T RRiI .
: Treaiarer-CHAS. FRIDEVBKRO.Aee Weed.__________. I. J S .J"" A/
.t.760i ,,4''. Decrease__. 2OvS i sale n George .
: V J* ( '. villa! 'sites for OD F 'I !. The finest sea., *thing cool sea breezes, magnificent .: --
; ; Co41cctor-I'li1L1IWALTEL.*or C. B. !IK1l0N8.I Office I la the new Freedman s Bank BuItd'ngcomer. Wilson._..__.;.._ '..'" .,2471" J. 26,666 :".D rc".: .19 drives,ever fifteen miles !in extent ;grand !avenues of palmetto cedar. oalt. magnolia. myrtle. &c.. &c. _r :' i Lcuconb *.Af..whites .Dtsasea fittb :

>' Clerk Market-WM. OAR YIN. .Plea and Forsyth Streets Jacksonville,Fla.' Howe ..;...-..-..;.....'.. .:" 1,11. '. No returns'''{(Estimated)' .- 'Decrease6,4.3 -..._:. .;. ; .,. .Call and see the photographic:views at the Florida.Savings.Bank and Real Estate Exchange'on Ocean street. : Cland Stone Iniha Bladder, CoIcuIus.Cra-tl.urric: .

:;: City Physician: DREW,Jr. ... AMOECWS.I-I, '. ..'C. DEtW.' GoIdedal_.____:___._____. "; ,97' Decrease_... "n.e6Wilcox&Gibb.i. t -'Twfi-ravtf State, county'and f city scrip.'bought. and sold; .at>the ., .- FLORIDA- SAVINGS 1UNK-- ? dust Deposit and 1111CtlS'or MUly Discharg ,,'
Ocean,near Forsyth Street.HJ ., 'I ,
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; T' M.-&H.J. BAKER. M. >4i8aic -. .1 ,9JQ. ,Decrease. 4.7" : 5 f
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I Lodge No. JO-M. Bowes W. M.; Cha B & Howe____.___ 1309191',10..1. I t"J. \.14,907'' Decrease......_. 'gila '. : ZEA.RNEY'Sa.IS.i
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a Ut and Id Wednesdays of& ch month. A TIQRNEYS.A T.LA) Renu3gt6n Empire,. i. .__ S 9.'83 'r r, :t' .: .t'I\ ; 4,982fUIInc. \ :;.:. I.ao. .. : TOBACC: 'i CIGARSS : : -,1 ,. ,'-,:r:"
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'Webster See.; D. Jones,Tyler. Regular meeting Reed's BuUding, Davis .___... .1' i OI.J I, Dec : .. EXTRACT HBUC1IU
it I ft and M Monday* of each month. : > ;'> ::; rti 'r.( ...I.J ?ease.. !:.!t,1"-Is.5 I .- "J; ;,' : .. S ; T ; ..: 'I.. .1 : ( : '.) .
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4. f' .' M. E. H.P. M.owN See ; D Jone,Querd. iUgular i-iy .. B1 ___"__._____"_.__ 3.4581' n "''IJjn; 11. ) 6o5t '.Db M2.995: : .I ... ,"' : ".. .' U ,.. ', I .,.r .jPermaie.tIy.. 0T?* B Diseases of tie; "

"fi '' meeting last rYidiy of oach month.' IAMBS M. BAKER. Rfl.TONJSAICIR.r Se or:: ;_____ :;. ._* 3.30 1 .t .m 1311 .:aii; .Incrtaseii..; "3,118 I,"'P'IBE'S'A' I N'D. SNUFF : .' : I
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i.. 8T4TE OFFICERS. '-. 4 "' S. ::5 "!I n' .t. ; / ...1';. (: :. AT' WHOLESALE'"BY' t,: .-J'H: ;'"'' : .. ,lit :'".f-"C; i'' > .', '.'iPExisting -,,'.. '.. .S '

,I. Grand Master A. J. BnseJl l Jacksonville.Gnnd ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,; ", OUR NEVFAkiLY ,MACHINE!. 'lil i ;ij "I I: i ..qv.11 j '.' ', i ,. In men,women and children
'., Deputy liutn-D. G. WUson. Tallahassee.8r .,. ;,. ', I '. ., 1'i' .; .. .'. .: :: VP. ..-.ell J.."! .V: '.- r" -' 7 -
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Grand Warden-E. Jordan, Fernandins.I : I ALSo NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER .5., S "J. .: ..' ,I., I' .I.. I. '1 II .: S '. -"' .:, '. :' ;' : '"B.: ,. :K'N: I .,., :MATTER
> Grand W&rdID-B. Wasgate,Jackonville. I' U. /CIRCUIT COURT., A 'l' Embodies New and Essential P.lnciplea-Silllplicity Construction: Ease of Operation Uniformity of Precise .;. .;, G.Hrr.0 0. WHAT THE AGEIt !

I .'Grand Treasurer-D. L. Oakley.Montioello. .. .Action at any Speed: Capacityfor Rang'and Variety of Work; Flue 'or!-' .. : '' '. -i S.. 'r, .. .J .: ". . '. i ." "' ., ..h; IT, :", I ? :-i .' ; '. '

.. \ ', 0 .Grand Grand Chaplain Heerrtary--Bev.D.0.John Dawkins Penny.Ocand ckaonvill. Offices Polk',building., .: LEAVING ALL RIVALS.BEHIND, IT, ..' .;:; ,. .j.. ,; i ; ; : 'S r : '. : Prof., Steel say sj ."On. bottle of.Keam."Y"nD.
: 1' :\\i MYfSTREEJ. 'between, Laura' and'Hogan ->'" Extract Bu bu iswonbmore
I .1.J Tyler-David Jon**,Jacksonville. '. ; : than all. 0l1q .Briua
&.f. FLEMING.r. I ." '" combtncd. .d'! _,..J! ..I-' ., .
:. DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTERS 1..,. VANIIL: .-T'' 'v.; w.Ii | it-1-: ; .j.; :'i-' S : -" ,; 1./' S
: tat Dintnot Alderman Marianna.Id p. rLEMiiro. S .. ,
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; Reeve, Chattahoochee. & DANIEL I H TEST THE SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING. ANY 'OTHER, ; )" >.' .I"t :. .; : 1\' Jacksonville, Florida. '- /.: !,. : Dollars.S Price One DoDw pejBottle! or Six Boideslor! lift

t, '" 14 4th.M J.IL 8.B.Driggo Taylor,Jacksonville.6ih Live Oak. .FLEMING '/ ; 'I 7; "" :.' .!! ,.: ,. S .' .:. '. '.'S .,! ,1 :tq'jU1tt''J '.. :. I I2211Wl1ll S : i-'. : -S .5 5 5 5 ',,' ) .' ';'f .: ., !. '' S
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ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. : i .. ;1' \ if -r TERMS; EASY-i-PAYMENTS LIGHT: ,I. 'j JI ui 1! '
11th" Z. H. Manon. Orange J ;
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:, ; ." 7\b" Frank Branch & OPFICB" : Reed's, Block corner Ocean and Bay Streets .I .-...., S'.?.. !..', -: .< _- _S ._._' _. I. S i I S '"-.t ;tt.u. : XQ" BESACRIFIcEx:: : :: Physician in attendance'1'to; answer' correspondent' .

',\ i Grand STATE IlUth OFFICES t-V OF ORAKD, BoWea.Jackt-ODrilIe CHAPTER,E.A.M.. ." 'JacksonvUle Fla. .. ,. i !;: 'S .5 t S 1f.f1. :.i"i: 'L ;,". and give advice gratis;, ?.," <1

\, '. Deputy Grand High Priest-. 8. Drigg,.r'CUOD.i 3-i-ty .- :r.v':r'. .. ,.. !, I'... :
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Treasurer-W. A. Young, JackeonTille.I \ : I t. BROUGHTOIT'ST.' ', :SAVANNAH,' GA. :. '' '" |! i.. bRYJOOISJ: :!J : .bR ;GOODS i !r: ; -i-; DRY "'GOODS !MIii : I .'. :; ,. \\\.1. ro1" .

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f' Tucker li. 6.1 Kegular ., :: : CLOTHING' !' ; CLOTHINGCLOTHING .
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'-4 No. s HOCK'S mock, up stairs; 1 1 GEORGE W. FRAZIER, Agent; j. 1''I, 't'' .1 '!AND' DEBILITATED
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:. TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. ;. :, : : .1'>, ;.. ; .
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5: '.' --JiMksnnTill night at Good Lodgo Templar's ef Good flail Templars/lloeg'a No.Block l-Bi J F. C \ 'RbthNscN' L' '' ''"i'1' I .'.'' / '_ UI. ":'IN' ; SGS.v I .' >.,,oJ; 1'-9" ..JTHAK' ; i__-, Lo 1l .K ,J? : r-v:rJ ,!.' '* : .< During! the4next;;.: r r-i.; : ;; ...J'! j':,;h Lu- ,., ADVICE AND ,CO SULo

,; -:Ward W..C. T4 8.A. Benaing, V. BJ 8. Meet every I .'.' 'ts. :.u '_); -' ;'t- ; TATION > -
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I ff' Reinie-Wednesday Lodge evening No. 2, 1.0.HOC G. T.! *,(Hall.East(JackwriUe M floor), ) .ATT0RNSY-AT-LA W ; 1 : : .PE' 'R' ,011'V" ; '> '_" /L : :f i': ,i'-t.-I'. .: : ;-.'I'.; .:.:' "X": : "X'I: .X'.DA': \,. ;.S" ,,t" ,. '. ....j S j.\. 5 ', -- -

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,. road bridge. ... .. S S 'SUCCESSOR TOJ.H; ; .CRO>VELL.' ; ;., :" ,. can be consulted all diseases'
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FIRE DEPARTMEST. Office:No. a Masonic Block.' I-IY j < ; 3: 'dltltllfJ.I.; *' Twill otTer forsate' stock' of 'Goods tlcaf. at Uria-
Clothing Dry ;
my arVrgans.wMch( be has
I .' Chief Engineer-Jame* IL Uoey. .' S . .. .5 5. 5 1.' ( U IIf-itJ \ I, JII,-.,'"' -. either ia male or female, no matter mode from an especial what cause Mndv or)

4. -eesam 1st Asrisiaut-Joeeph Rre Engine Mecnanio'e-Tho)Lsxzyck.H i. Mott Fore'JEtna ,' A.. WRIGHT, .4 ...... ..: :j ... .., :.H: lt d1W' ih't6\\ER: F1GUR'ES'' THAN EVER- ". :! ., years iginating enables or of him.how to long treat diseases standing.with success.practice Curesguaranteed of w

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ft ..1 Ctrem FiM EaginWK"IUiam'Baja,Foreman. ATTORNEy AT LAW.I I :, .. ; :.. c r'W -C flt{rffll j ,, :, :: I.: . can forward, .letter Charges describing reasonable.s ,Those and at a distance

.. Alert How Ko. 1-0. a Vandergrts Foreman. .' I --rr'- ._ I%.,. d J." c'.J iff}! Ui-y f ::: S S "order ,' S stamp to pay postage- }mploms enchilag '
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'I rnoenlx Hose Ko. J-... Eussell,Foreman. ReeFs Block, Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla! .Qr--_ ; e } tSOiMUJV : In' to 'close out stock on hand. ,

:'J'.1 Ameiicu Hook and L& : U. '. "'.'.1 t ? !'J j eM il 1.. 'II 1., : ', .J;.. .. '0 "Mi* ; i- 'T.x D."'BUCKYBazar Send for the Gmti to Htmll*. Price ice.
Foreman Will .. '
erCo-T.A."W1n.I practice in the different courts of the Setat. Collections S 55 5 "S '
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Freedman Saving's Dank comer of line and < ._.... B_ M. D.
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: M Forsyth Swalm CashierD. ( : : .O. Ambler T. H. R. A. rATTISOK. A. L. MEEK. .
Banking .
House Bay street S
S i'bysician'.sii1 Surgeon, Y.
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: K. W. Denny'Banking House,Bay street corner TfISON & MEEK, ,. w ." S ,tI.1L 1t.,. ::. : SAVE ) S,..' i' SS, 'SS

.. : : ,I Oosan ROTELS. pA ,;- . DEALER, IN /ijct ,!!"r." ,!. -. -. ii 1 ,_ .1 '. .. ."\ ,..r- '' 'COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS

":' Oranl Rational Bay street pear Julia Oeo. MeGinlry >. S. -
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'i' Proprietor. i ; f :.n ; .i'. rit.r. : I. S
l Metropolitan, >Kewnan street, .near Bay, J. B. : ; I E T A L L1 ,CBURIAL
'1' Togni. Proprietor. TOotwn Office. RcQu'a building. JacksdnviUe. '. "BOOTS] SHOES :LEATHER 'D'Q'.R'T "R' O'Y'A ; R'R.' ..'M CASES
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FEDERAL OFFICERS. ; GUN AND LOCKSMITHS ft- : 5. -5 S : ,;, ...J.r j L-,,; .j.jP. "

.. .,l Golleetor Onstoma. R. SOOTT. S S .? .. WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND j tl:- '.;: -.i flS i "* :: 1.:' NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS.;! '. .
p Deputy Collector-C. W. BLEW. I 1 '. .
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: CoUeeior of Internal Rveno,-A. A. XKIOHT. i.> : .
.. 'i arveyoMJeneral- J. GILBERT. 9-s At the sign! of the BIG LOCK, ., ",
U. 8.Ganger-THOS.McMURRA 'ESPECIALLY ADAPTED, TO ''CITYAND; COUNTRY-RETAIL '
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.. .r J8ge. PHILIP TJ. 8. CIRCUIT COUB 1'. JOHNSON; M. 'D., | .,, TRADED '< *- : } .h'l'' I'' I:: .: Passengers- ;, : Close] ,. ,Cbnnection OF ALL.SIZES AND QUALITIES.

,'I FH4BER. :. PE. ; :; r : .': lll: t''? j ""'s'J 11 .< J"" : ., { ' .." .
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"lerk-1. E.TOWX8EKD. : J- ; r'' _i -___- ;'-,1.. 7 i 7i. rv.; ) \'n f"l' ; : -. 5 nArl '.j 'c. ;1'' : ', ; REQUIRED.'ALSO" .

!7. B. Regular ta Bankrnpter FRASER PHYSICIAN: AND' .; URGEON.Office I GOODS SENTBY iMAIL.AND'EXPRESSi' :. i :. ; f,. : S .
t" .j ; SAVANNAH &//CHAREESTON: ; ,> MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED
north side of Bay Street, In Dr. Robinson'snew I ToallpartsofiheSt --1 .'.;inf.-: I .SS SLATE'
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: =BRl rlNG. : ; ANNO, J. H. NORTON S '. .. ." H.'KOOKER; :: < 1: MANUFACTURED TO ORDER

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: '.. Office' In>.Reed'* BloCk, Bay Street." i> "" t .5. DIALERS '*. "*' : S .: For:,Augusta 4 8nta'l Chattanooga, 'Memphis,1 Nashville: Lbuifville/'Cincin-I/ .twa6-io9" Jacksonville. Florida-'

,JOB/AND/ BOOK 'PRINTING. I ItIr I ."III&ItI""' ,F nJ". j: ; : nati, St.. Louis Chicago. ,,..anr. all .points'North'South; ', East and 'West '* S i i. _, -. .1 : :
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; n. GENERAL, INSURANCE AGENTS;; representing' the' following'com.panics WOOD: 'C FFTh"S.
.proprietors are prepared *o esccute.order :.for '' ', ; ? ->1i ii PASSENGERS HOLDING iTICKETS BrOTHER CAN,
.ever* detcriptioa or. ,\ ,. ;9VPIC-1sRed'aBuflding.upst.sIrsj' I ./t t. > : : < : //:' I.-H" o I < I : ; LINES GET; THEM

4. \ "' -IT. ( .. IACKSONVILLE. FinB.BEEBEV ','o",... r. FRANKLIN. ,. OF' PHILADELPHIA" With combined asset* of-over'CONTINENTALOF ..; ... H1,* It.11.; ,E CHANGEDJ (thereby aroiduig.delay: ia Savannah) AT :.' *: .'1 J Jf .

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ARCHITECT. ; 2fLtLSTBTiAV4NNAH '
k* f: :, VtSITINC'CARbS, .. I .I; LOANING! 91.'ffiYr: !91'l .REALr ESTATE AND :CONVEYANCING A I..". 'JO .. ,. ,A.-'tt. ),;t.'J.ill ,' { ; C'A .S' K/E'/r/ S'ROSSiiSMAftBL ;

l'. WEDDING' CARDS, ROOM. No,., MASONIC BUILDING.tWjSIQSWJJIOS < SPECIALTY.v, r.". ,' ". vqWe S J ; .: .. "Jf """- !>r.s ,i >tfT': ( -
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t i .e.tJ. ,BltL. .HEADS.. .. y4aDEvill.n-u., give'below a 'f w'of the many choice places 1 7of sale'byus/; ':. :' : "S ...Siq. ,rv... ? ,REtttnL. ..t., IN. ,FORM ATION FURNisH D :' ij... vi.; OPPOSITE OLD STAND*
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VI ;. ..LE'1'1ERUCo-'DS &. 'N <',.1JI ARTHUR A. BIRNEY, I ; ; on :: r S I I. :; ( e'I .
,WM. ; James. Hotel pleasantly situated in ope of the best seven miles.5oT*cfMosqul inlet at Port Orange: .j"D"i1.Z". APERSr' 2. f\' ,;j *?*:.!. ': i'C,O. 'UVINGSTON
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-., '. CIRCULARS, neighborhoods in the dty; house is new,with sU rooms, ,1o\acres 1,150 acres rich hammock lying wile : ,., ,. .
I l' POSTERS ATTORNEYS: i plenrrof closets and good-servant's room; lot 5' z from river50 shell fmmo&atclyon l' ',' ,
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S .ML '.. ,. 105 feetgood ct-good sidewalk and.the'street .the riv r..bank. having toon?of about.CIIIOrfOurth rifle, '' "' '' : E :
"' 'RtEFS,' :t shelled 1. grape'in bearing i a fine lot of Vouifg grange with'! 'large,* two-story, frame house, 18. rooms, neeriy ;Nw or.t.'bhU'd. e]l'Wo' .'Balthnore.. San'Prancjsco 1 ".'Chi.11:7"\ .- AUGUStlNfet
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: I '. 1 $ ':" ;,4i -330, trees; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily good nnished; house commands view of the river and ocean 5' 4. St':Lonls inctnnatlraud many othersJ' .. ,' .:1 ..!.. ." : : \> .';'. I')!
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; : J ? 7$ to. xoo in number: good well.and a, cUtern r"" f1 S 5 55j THE SCHOONER
t -..i.BLAND OF ALL.KINDS. N. B. To capitalist* *'desiring a big thing" there that holds :T.aoo pJJOOS,'I yard; thoroughly ditched :. ';(;.,f.u/ff.v 1 ffl Surecrnnechons. va Ie..Pr1.Royalu4od.I, _
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,t. -ti. ..4 s AMUEL FAIRBANKS, '> : will go a great way just now. ;For particulars enquire river for transportation of crop/ immense quantities of .. .., _._ '." ;' _:: ._. .:. _.. : : . I '- Magnolia
+ ".,COLORED. .PRINTING AND 'CILT WORK.CHEAP. Norton. & Kooker, comer Ocean. and Bay.. streets.wild orange trees on the place the soil U similar, the '. ., .
NOTARY PUBLIC FOR DUVAL COUNT. 'pot- 5 A 5 HAKOSOKB S. RcsioaKca S. S4U.-Slz" S best'sugar lands of Cuba, to which it i" fully equal Huss Y. : ", 'j' : :' "v' : '. .' ,
".' i ,,!' .',,.'.- .'' -; I IJ r )4. and double roa limestone is abundamvThi* place isTeally one of the A. O. }NO. 'w. HOWEli/ WiD nuke regular tnt*
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large window the
; i 1''t: lacksoaviU. Ian.a 1174. -. west,"large rooms double kitchen parlors, double piazza bay on the on south fore cboicea&the war.places In Florid* '. and-. -*wa* known a* such be- rdJnJ tl ?d '. : 'i L : !:-, r: 0" .:,; : 1 L. I',. :. '. '" '.. 'I'! '.'Il' I' betweenJaeksoBviBe*

t -, -- commanding 'ODe of the finest view* in Jacksonville '_ 4 .. : 1. St. Augustine
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,-,. NEAT windows filled with bur lights jo-inch glass' and hung N. 9. .Do you want a .snug winter home,.with F1XJSSE'1 ;& : Freights at low rate* ,
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i FQSALE. I. with cords and.weights on pulleys! and reaching to the orange trees and 'flowers.In Florida t '. Vow can get a : 1 .. .WWELfefAND'RETAllDEAlERSlk': ; !'J FS' bipt or puaaceappJ7
floorVith blindsj aH c.uinp.are finished with mould a beautiful 1ot.70ZI,' feet;in' Springfield high and '*.tS-.SS'i 'J "W\IITLOC
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: r'T'fAV.S.LE'ANrFEEDSTABuS.a. RIVERSIDE HOUSE lag and oiled and varnished making a beautiful finish; healthful,and within ten minutes walk ol the post-office, : :",1 t ;.,;;a.: ;...!to H 1 *" !M' "' ., }'f' to WILLSON :&Jacksonville, FU0 -,
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ceilings;hjgb,wads hard-inUhed;open 1oI1 double on which to make it,far lij. For particulars enquire. "i < :! .I"'j .
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; glass front doors, mortice lock on every house: of Norton.&. Kooker. i .. '. "{ ; "' : '. X nx JAM (.. -
''... .JACKSONVILLE.. FLA. china closet.storQ-roonvpienry of clothes-presselbath .- :: gS' :: ,'> )\ ::It''S' t'f1J.E "IS{ ] -.. St.A1JIUStie..s.-.
room s hip roof,with cupola, from which a charming 'No. ,zo.' A tractof K acres;'60 acres cleared hamockU gO; / S"1.1'MI t' J H'1.' S. ,S ..J' S' .J .11._". -S
Well adapted for a"' fiae private residence or first- view Is to be bad of the dry. the river and surrounding dj finefrontonStJohn's river j two mile west '. I ( 1 d < .,
das boarding bouse. Two stories with mansard roof country: three lots,-making tSTnoa feet; good well t of lacksonvtle.- .This U one of the most desirable river : q"l. 1 eriiaY..ikIrts _iai.lat'Bu:ii.
1 sleeping rooms t acre land trees. -The front ia the :: .t : LAI1 & "FI DiNGS .,(n.tu1 _____-.
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shade tree started Haifa mile vicinity Jacksonville. Will be divided 1 : -
fines*. loauioB ..111a cheapest piece of property la this For young sal at bargain.- t from post-office.' desired.. .' 1/ .. S. __.., r_..._. ,_.5 \._S
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,v -,. vidnlty.. <.too Price, half rinding'cash,about balance,.tow ia one worth and of furwture. two- No. p6. A large two-storr house with ten.large No. 146. Six ac D Arlington'river, adjoining the ,.' .- ,., t' : -s ,. vvri; \ .tr.A .T, ,,,II, ..'.. :?. _. ;.'. ,i? T- ,1$ I'K.' ''I. : :0 .UtESftOFtERAGTICE: : ..AND.ftJ

'same.For1flpaonaddess'. room; thoroughly mU lt;lAd nnishedjn first-rate ljr 1C, Florida Home'containing the old vineyard.- For sale .
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with twdve feet ceilings; one' acre of ground,covered *&abaJg*'*. IK *' ', '. 11.1- J_> 'j ''' complete 'assortmehtior'New'YpricVrid 'Phiiaaelphia fine JBLOUNTS ro.DI
,i ,". with fruit tree and flower; pleasantly located. ; within '. G *)' 1-'Gre1'T !'"' .''' 7-u : ,.uauwAifcceVlit, TaBahas* e.1 bsi W
The bat A. F STYLES five minutes walk of the railroad depot. Price f 10,0002 "N 0. 147. MmorduTA onr.-TbIa.$S hotel to 00 d'1""hahd. iL-' IS small th&Rnles! of Practice*
aad Most stylisa Dvery teams U;tl>* : located 1'r'1 printed a edition of yri
be found thi .14,500 down.balance on long time if desired."No. centrally ,built of:tha best French brick;india ; tZi.'SeoreBie' dotxtt 4 fciKetlte with the act /
a. at thk Stable eT the iindenUcned. tKar Jacltsonville,Fla. < ;So1e? : 'Tin': Jacksonville for"'Satriuel iDu h g or l
: .Jtoti4a Mos,.ei-Osaarejia-F ,Street* 99. 400 acres la Orange county, one mQ. from tcrmnppl1toNonob& er.pticca..and agent ; .. ." .pp ftjpa| > the Code pf Proceeduee.and thoM IUtO
fsyta If not Kovember ist.the'RJvertldV.R'onse MdonvUle. Price I.: is- _____._ _. : : : .tri; 1. ;'. 1t1i 1 BloonVsCoda force a1Il11_Pf
Hone* I- and wvU,caied tprWffeatenableft sold4T 15 per acre. / IVIis: s anc ndren J 1 ffe]'SHbesT-T f""T'V li"-j 4- (act of iKt) now-fa .
will be the winter u a first das private I' & : ,- .'R" '. '
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.*.*-*teaaw-. -tar.nauUac'tmpoiM ahray." .OB hand. btMfdififf musa.. .. .v ... f .,.W IA 't 1 Call oner writ to us',and state your..want: II t lo'trI.. I ..'. \.J l11:.!.'k.t ;.,.,;'I .w'' t sertfeb ;mal il'pr/expres. .to.-.all parts of Ule State -fc noir0DURt '..-.oompnatlo 'wiajBroTei.tery:'! '
: T' yro OFfiCE COROCEAN'AND JftfiJ IUtT-.kjp..JJ11:uv* "**/ ..* i *_ -* ->"t. *," : .t.. T $ Two r"-. Cash .
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