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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079941:00021
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:; x THE NEW I 'SOUtH. dine to think: him .the Paladius of hour j she then rose atone, walked take.ahalf: dozen,?',saf41 to a fellow, .MISCELLANEOUS.A ., GROCERIES AND'' oV1sioNs. I RAILROADS, AND '1'UM ,as.I.um1M..BcIrx'a ,,..

Poitiers, who: lived in L'the fifth'cen- through the, convent, presenting'ner* whose kindly countenance singled him '_

frCBLBHED 'EVERYWEDSESDAY SATURDAY. AND tury. In .adopting this, conjecture, self before the Sisters and joyfully out. /TELLONVILLE HOUSE, "i : .. afprlntsL-.
JMPORTANTTOEVERYBObY.UyonWitagtuinsaitkisin
we should- fix the transmigration of proclaimed herself cured, Drs. Ze-, "Disponga dt tutto .quello che pos- ,

I TEEMS osug3rz4Drzomcii amnDD.5P the citron into Italy between the third lowski and Flynn, her previous attendants seggo'j" apd his face smiled with,'a the of Cigars JACKSONVILLE.. PENSACOLA AND
-_"'un"..-c "suJI.,Jo O eadl' aad h. aa per extra COf11 and fourth centuries. Other proofs were. notified of.the change, genuine' warmth of good natur, and MELLONVILLE,ORANGE COUNTY. FLA* way :J, MOBILE RAILROAD CO. T

.iII"pC IInelllllt ott rtocvcd at o. -'Tm. sustairrthis position. A Greek cultivator but declined to credit, the stated cure h 'fUled our laps until, they ran over. S, .- Wiaes.Liquors" &c..go to Oa and after SUNDAY, "MAY 17. 1874. trains

v ilL:;s ::l1'weotJ': copc.$a JICI''1.0.aaoulD.Fifty cup. named Florentinus, in the, third until they had_ ocular proof. They "Everything; 'possess is at your ..SOS.IY i:IBITE..Proprietor.' J. B.WON. will ran as fallows 1 ':

..11040 Iada. century, according to Vossius, speaksof called and saw the young-- girl, when service,'' was what be said, 'and whenI : -; PASSENGER TRAINS. WEST>> (DAILY) FO*
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.4JJPLI77SNC RATES: the citron as a .cultivated not they'at once ,pronounced ,the .cure a offered him a franc, he! 'seemed' indignant RIDDELL HOUSE ,. ," SAVANNAH AND TALLAHASSEE.. .. .
n-WaIlJtJ.Y.1 ft oo per Inch,or less,first insertion:. only In.warm: countries. but also in miracle, and expressed themselves as 'notwithstanding the Italian If yon wish to lake recreatk in a good gam o Leaft- KbouiDer.40Pb.i .at'

cada W-L"bcQaent: ; 'U5 insertion ixtnch. 50 rfc cents..fast Uertion; each climates where It .required shelter and ready to, testify to its miraculous origin propensity,- and went"along repeating,, FERNANDINA.4 FLA', Billiards,go to J.B.:roc."U"S Saloon.Bay street. ,Lakcitv-Di41Wifl..s----4'14--, y ioAriv .aas.'tU" .
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suUeaaent iaKn lIUo 73 cents.SttcitlJftticrt protecticn. He expresses ,himself in Lest the cure might pro* tran- Non import -nQff Importe." SAMUEL..Tl.: RIDDEJL,'Proprietor.O ; j .fly. frffrfflffltti_ itHii-iirn lj-jjj_ 6 3-30:*. a.
,to cent per une. the tenthbook in,this manner: sient, or be only 'apparent and due I know not where..this :quiet, delightful .::;: "'<-'. '-;'" ... .. ...; f'. 4- -" .. )JOIIIialo T.Ia
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TEEMS: CASH >* ADVAXCI.IA "The citron tre should.be ,to xcit t little .. &-pIeDdid _, .. L -
planted Florida arfbahIng.Uagnl&ent
only nervous ment, nothing got its name, ; ; Quittcy __ ituo p.
_. AMSCA1RVT}( & CO-t ;Imported Bass'Ak on dranghc.Can fecit! at J;a .
\ ".-.'-- IacksonvUle flonda. against wall in order to give a'shelter was said about the 'matter.: The pa. but I knew of :another Florida, far | chin of' ti&itesn miles. on the finest AxT1Ssach2tShoorbe. .

... towards the north ; in the winter tient was! sent Into the, country, from across the' sea,' 'where \Vtbc* range "QRecsJ Atlantic beach. breeds. "". ".. '' : TOGNI'S:,;.,.. .at. the Metropolitan s : Biffiard,'J"Saiooti.'i' ; PASSENGER TALLAHASSEE: TRAINS) FOR EAST SAVANNAH(DAtLY, FROM

More Life." c they'must'be covered with straw and where she returned improved, 'and has blooms In equal luxunahce/mdre pro- ncaca -J ".t ...", :- 3'45.3m AND.JACKSONVILLE.Leave .: ..

Not weary of Thy**l the vines of .gourds :and squashes. continued to improve, and at presentis lificTless dependentpon ,are: .yet, OPEN' DURING THE' SUMMEE-" 'JOHNCLARK, ,'. t ." ;, I. CaattaHoodu .__ _,____, ,;1s.aQuLocy '

? S.beaB luLO, Father,in Thy: !love I Rich ,people who, live in .magifficenceand.luxuryplant enjoying good health and is able to whereit: abundantly..repays with dumb ,4&. ., ':ii......'...... _. = im. ...-... -- ..... ,:;.;, :. 'iI' p,..-,.-.,....- ._ .- : 1U',- --JQ.P"":IIr..8"'q I '

Thy lo'e tbatglOi7J, ptcd'*fro*11'1"sbove* .- .,......." .,r:tI, the,iitioo.Hbeneath'i perform"a-inlt; :1Ibare"'of..the arduous gratitude the little nursirig'tbit" is BOARD: r.- FORWARDING >. .'. oW".* }tolld. Do 4S '

IJcs.."1'1Iy h c!l Ipearlca. open porticoes exposed to 'the: south labors of the establishment. 1Ve'have given it. How the great black eyes, ferdaj., -, ,:=V_ _._ .so "I. 'ff .'" .... Madison.LIvO.tzo&manda.- JIO.-. -

Not asking rest from toil- fastened' to walls; waterirvcry seen the subject of the miracle' and of the Sicilians would light up.in ec-, ,Per week. from f3 to'12.00 AMD' ,.. ,Lake Dry..Baldwin...._.,.p J3o stand 11:139ooanaad "
Sweet toil that draws ns nearer sati to fied Tby, side; abundantly .In the summer they are personally able' to vouch for.her stacy at the sight of millionsof, wild Saritfaftorarrangements made wiih EunHies. COMMISSION, MERCn'ANT ,Arrive at JacksoovBleioi5 n m and 4:11 sioa.

Thouch Ever to in tend ungenial Thy soil planting; open these porches so that the sun can apparently restored health, .and we orange trees. growing.rank, .in. neglect Fine Ann DIAUK JHROCERIEa. TRAINS TO ST.MARKS "of
enter and vivify and warm the plants. are also able to vouch, for the perfect in the far away hammocks of Florida. HTOT accommodations. ...
Net to be freed from care', They close them at"the approach of reliability of the source from 'which The 'Sicily fruit is smaller than 'the Open afier June rat under above terms. 6-6,18, ; PROVISIONS. ". GRAIN.flAY (TuesdayiThundaTSandSatarda7S.)
That lifts us out of self a lone hollowness; Leave raThl..siee---; soul ass
Since: unto Thy dear feet we all may press.. winter. these facts are derived." Florida orange, and not so spicy. It METROPOLITAN. HOTEL .' SEGARS.- &c..: Arrive at St.Marks_ ,, ._ n:s..
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And leave our burdens there:' The citron then ,was already in '-S has a fine grain, thin-Skin, juicy and Sole Agents for FIorida'for f Arrive Leave St.Tallahassee.Marks -_'--I u:;.>;III> p.
Greece at the period of Florentinus, sweet. 'The Sicilian of the.little tOwnof' '
A Memory of Sicilian Florida. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. 1 '
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Cut O fat tireless strength] : Avcr Chemical Paint and ROBERT WALKER.
A life untainted by the course of sin. an article of luxury in the gardens 'of Florida' thinks he 'would be a king i -' : Receiver mad Caa1Supt.. ,
That spreads no vile contagion from within; great people. -Therefore it is very The following communication; writ- ia,"'our American, .F orida. Here.hehasalittle Win remain.open. during-, Summer' for'the accommodation -: White Patent Money Drawer H. L. MAGEE Ass't Supu :>: ,..
Found without spot at lenih.F probable it wascultivated in those of ten by a well known citizen of this of a.hundred or'two ..,Agent for, ; -
grove tithe travelling public and citizens'generally.. Bucky sclli! boots and shoes cheapest.A. .\
power and stronger wit, Rome, Naples and Sardinia, where city, whose initials appear below, will trees, some not :more than twenty a STRUUK LIZZIE BAKER. '

To pour out love from the hearts inmost springs; opulence and effeminacy had concentrated be read: with interest: by. his' friends few olives, lemons and limes, from Prices, Greatly; Reduced.RATE I VOLUSIA. G., &: W. I.T.CO.'S RAILROAD.

constant freshness for all needy things; luxury and magnificence of which he makes four or five hundred AND ., .
acquaintances
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IB Ueuing.blessed still 1 living and where the climate was. so dollars,' which in Italy is equal'to a PER DAY, $ .so nOM, -
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Otobetie.bWtfrteFrom << favorable. We'must agreethen that In the southeast of1eror Sicily, in thousand in the United States. A 3 i FERNANDINA CEDAR KITS......... TatFcrDaodi

all that chcks: the righI endeavor here' this plant, familiar to Asia Minor and toe province of Siragossa, and only a little maccaroni and plenty of.anchovies and liberal. terms by the week add month.. ; FROM NEW YORK. -,GOING SOV'nL GD.--rIIe

To drop the weariness,the p Jn.the fear; to Palestine in the time of Dioscorides t few miles back: from the bay and lazy and pots of .preserved limes and .tW36-ij Bay Street.JacksoavIQcJIorida.iIRBANKS .,,. 4rr.
To know that death cannot be 1 "" SIa. 1= paCafl.h.
and Josephus, had passed into seaport of the same name, is the little citrons is enough here in Siragoass,and TABLE BOARD AT REDUCED RATES-: ". T-31 a
More tire 1 the 1& of heaven 1 town Florida. Scarce milesin Baldwin1--- : "j.oIs.
Italy towards the third Christian cen- twenty what more would anybody want under The ---9JDa.. .
A perfect liberty to do Thy will: its rear rises the lofty chain of patronage of. the public respectfully solicited.. F -_._ 3a35r.Stark laa
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itill tury. I do not dare to saythat this these magnificent orange trees and in -11:31
Receiving a3 from Thee and giving i iDKAUJI Gainesville-- 1:50 i'JICt
Freely! as Thou but given 1 plant was cultivated in Liguria or volcanic: ; mountains' which cut Sicily this' delicious climate 'at peace: withal .J. B.TOGNI. Proprietor. IX Archer- _-_ 3.3opM: : 9.t9

'-Lucy Larrtm. Provence. These countries, which ih'twain, running from Cape Passaro, the world and Rome (where all April sjth 1774: .4153w3mGenfs GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,. Cedar BI'ODIOII Key,_ _- ,_....6:3D':55 .6p 9D4.81
owe so little to nature and so much to in the south, northwesterly to the roads lead, to an Italian) only just CONNECTIONS.

TREATISE ON THE CITRUS. industry, did not begin to flourish until coast of Palermo, where they terminate across the straits., furnishing foods lowst Iimzdys. BAY STREET JACkSONVILLE.FLA. At ITRNANDINA,wife Steamer /'PoIIIt'6oaa
in Mount Madonia six thousand Charleston and Savannah,Mondays at 4 a.a.;steaaterDictator
after the invasion ofthe barbarians.It Wealthy Italians have large estates from Charleston and Savannah.TbWaUays at
The following articles on the Citrus are copied from feet above the sea. This grand : RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN .... With steamer Lizzie Baker, firom Skvannah
Ova HOME JOUKNAL AND RFKAL SOUTHLAND of New was maratime commerce which cre range of oranges, lemons and olivesjin Sira Always keeps on hand 4
Brunswick and St. 6 far
Jobry'a.hmdays at a.a;
Oilcans for which journal GALUCOO.they were We translated commend from the ated the most of the small towns wh'iebhave of towering mountains constitute a' gossa and fine vineyards on the moun REAL ESTATE AGE.NT, hAY CORN,. OATS BRAN, GROUND the point*on Friday at S a. m. -

the JOURNAL r'rendi u of intrinsically GBOKGB valuable and specially adapted now, since.jnany: centuries, most effective barrier to the cold tain' slopes, and the peasant 'enjoys .. 'Yacksoqvilk,Florida. ;FEED PEAS, CHICKEN FEED,< At BALDWIN at 4op. m.with; for J.F Jacksonville&II. R.at R.ao bom*a.BU Jacksonville -

U Southern needs. adorned the steep, broken rocks of northwest winds which, however soft. but very, little of absolute ownership.Yet AO sons of:Real Estate bought and sold; Money invested 'PORK, LARD BACON' At GAINESVILLE with trvweekly staje line b
CHAPTER IV.HISTOPYOFTHE ened by their pa'Ssage over the Mediterranean ,Taxes paid.Tides'Y2miRDns. SHOULDERS, Tampa: with stage line for cwnansvU1s. Tuesday
Liguria. They date for the most part where he does, his oranges are and) :
CITRUS.AKTICLE after the eighth century, and their agri. would still be of no little plump and perfect, the.trees: 'are his BT I'IInuSSlcm..t to William Astor ,}sq '' HAMS, At C2R KEYS with steamer to and from Ne*
.. New York: Ez.Gov. A. Curtin. Beneibnte. Pa.; > FISH, FLOqR. Orleans, every Saturday With steamers from'Key
in Media culture, wbich is the consequence of injury to Eastern Sicily, if not for household gods,'and are wonderfully Lewis H. Redner, Philadelphia; W, Stokes Boyd. HOMINY,MEAL,RICE, West and Tampa.Fridays; from these places.Thurs-
Researches on the Citrus Tree-Indigenous this In cOnsequence : G.Ambler.Banker,Jacksonville,Tla. days. With Steamer Cool.'-Tampa.Sundays;nr
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formidable'protection. Philadelphia
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their commercial 'did be- We HECKER'S FLOUR. FARINA,
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Maturahted in Palestine, in Greece and in Italyv success, not preserved. stopped our name- Henry Tucker,Boston. Mass. }-8-ry-pd Tampa) Mondays. With> Steamer Wawenockfin>s*
Epochs of these different Transmigrations. gin to prosper before the ninth cen- of this natural: defence againstthe sake town just to say good-bye: to, its BUTTER CHEESE, APPLES; ONIONS Sawannee, Fridays; brSuwanneeTuesdays.
The citron loves to be cultivated ; tury of our era. It was in the fullest chilling air, the plains and plateausin kind people. Little trellises, with For styEsh Ladies'hats ask Bucky. POTATOES, SUGARS.SYRUPS, $- D. E. MAXWELL.ij Superintendent..

it is the way to obtain large fruit ; it i vigor at the tenth but it was the valleys of ,the eastern coast, sweet creeping.vines: air of *MOLASSES, COFFEES,
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century ; gave OBERSON & MAPSON TEAS COCOA, Umbrellas and parasols to be bad at Bncky'a;
should not be pruned much and "only from.Catania down the 'Giaretta valley
little this JX
so at period that we cannot taste and'homely joy to tbepeasant'smodest .. SNUFF
the dead branches cut away. The belive, that they had ever attemptedto to Florida, luxuriates in the warm', cottage Roses.bloomed and Have opened a first-lass OILS, 'SOAPS, ..
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citron is grafted in April in warm sunlight which bathes'their STARCH, TOBACCO, BROCK'S LINK: _
cultivate a plant which was an exotic vaporous hyacinths, with their spikes of fragrant SHAVING .SALOON
countries, and in May in cold countries and which demanded a certain verdant and multiform foliage throughan Bowers, and the myrtle orange, WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS or : i'

; the graft is not put under the degree civilization which they had unending season.. The road, from with its slender ;stalk and ,tiny fruit corner appliances of Pay used and by Pine the best streets saloons,,where in the all country the modern can BASKETS. BROOMS, SPONGES, TUBS RIVER 'STE"AME'RS"SUMMER

skin or bark, but the stem i is opened near not yet attained to. Florida to the little mountain town of and leaves, grew in pots ,beside the ,be toaad.' .. p-xotf CANNED GOODS OF EVERY KIND.
the roots. It is said that it may be Palazzola winds throu miles of level t doors. red-shirted
struckup
To be eanfinued.'S A peasant: I SCHEDULE
grafted upon the pear and the mulberry plains .and.terraced. orange'groves; the song of Garabaldi is we moved THE CENTRAL SALESROOMSAN EVERYTHING i
but these plants should then be S limes, and countless lemon trees, down the road bestride donkeys 'INTHK O N and after MONDAY, APRIL.dl&be1leamas -

covered with a small basket or an Roman Catholic Miracle'in Milwaukee famed as all Sicily is, for 'the perfec- and, then how quickly did oar we catch, AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION, FORAGE.GROCERY.AND PROVISION LINE' (Sundays of excepted this Enc}),at will S o'clock leave Shipyard A.M..for Wharf-.:daily: ...

earthen vase., partial says that in Rev. Father Krautbauer, Chaplainof tion of their.fruitage. In December, that glorious inspiration in an unknown HOUSE. I SELL FOR 'CASH .. "1J; -
Assyria this plant is always covered the Convent of Notre Dame, in the feluccas:may ,be seen loaded with tongue, but with rejoicing tears Bay Street near Laura, PALATKAatc

with fruits. I have also observed this Milwaukee, Wis., has given the editorof fragrant: :cargoes, dancing down the in our eyes and ardent .love in our JACKSONVILLE,FLA.: jam AT aDd b<**?ingT aDd return sane d>jr.:'"1_, -

in those I possess 'In Sardinia and in the Catholic Vindicator what he watersof. a little, stream which flows hearts, we saluted this yearning hopeof PUBLIC SALE every SATURDAY;, fr7-swti THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES. Tbzoughstesmcmir H, '

Naples, as in these1"provinces the soil calls "the facts", concerning a miracle'that by the .town of Florida, onward to with Star *. t
poo.Sicily'
our own uercl ants.I.oggcft. Hotels Boarding Houses.and
is very good and well watered and was performed at the chapel of Siragossa. :,The'air, is' filled for miles Spangled Banner. An earnest benediction FOR;SALE OR, RENT-COUNTRY.' families are invited to examine my goods and prices. ENTERPRISE ,,.,

the climate very mild, the citron pro. the convent on the' i7th of June with the, rich pcifume, uutil at sundown -! followed with d.1DIamcdiate landings,will leave as hoft..Tnes-

duces perpetually,. because to the-ripc last-through the interposition of the ; it seems' to blend in the heaven i; arid cheering us voices-wavingierchlefs even from- H OTEL AND ORANGE GROVE THE HIGHEST, CASH PRICES days. and evenings.Saturdays and' return Wednesday. i and' .*Saturday ,
fruits succeed arid flowersto Blessed in behalf of faithful are requested to sets! freight down'during.
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green ones Virgin, a ly glory of the cloud pictures which I the old women, who left their spinning;; FAID FOIL COUNTT PBODCCX Of J.LL'XUiD the afternoon.: "
these last, so that nature seems to and devoted client, Miss Maria Ross- fairly illumine' the rugged tops of the wheel to the youngster-the Italy to FOR SALE OR RENT., 51ft _tf ,J.BROCK: ,Agent.

have given to these trees a marvelous i man, a native of Hanover; aged at the mountains as in'an ocean of fire. The come. F. A. D. We.D'-teat. lot the'season or sell on terms, i .... '+'
fecundity. It is said that time nineteen He easy 't X TILLSON & WHITLOCK. Bucky sells the best white vests.CHANGE ..__.
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they may over years. says : soil is light and dry 'and' filled with -5 to'ThoS. i S ; ;
be rendered sweet, as sour as they are, II *'The"particulars regarding picture almost impalpable lava 'dust, which A TEST OF PROBITY. An individual THE ALA CHACO, or ORANGE!HOUSE vv, Successors A.' Willson, .OF SEHEDULE." -

by immersing the seed during three before which the above named adds so much 'to 'its fertility. The of a tentative turn of mind determined Near MeUonvQle, Orange Co., Florida; .IAUXS tit ,, / :,

days either in honey or the milk of: invalid poured forth her devotions immediately Sicilians take the utmost care of their .to test, the boasted probjty of WITH THE FARM, ORANGE GROV AND GRAIN. FLOUR, AND FEED, .

sheep which last is better, before i before her miraculous cure, fruit trees. They are neither neglect:. the descendants of the:'Pilgrim Fathers NURSERY ATTACHED. .tbnu&cturen of The steamer City Point having been withdrawn' tor
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planting. Some cultivators make, in i are as follows : Right Rev. Bishop ful, lazy, nor ignorant of this business. and accordingly fastened his'pocketbook -' CORN'MEAL HOMINY CRACKED. .. Suauaer ftPa S.' *> ji ,

February oblique hole,.open at the Henni, when about to return' from the, The trees look as neat ,and. trim .as to Plymouth Rock,with a notice THIS LOCATED PROPERTY 1miles IS MOST from the ELIGIBLY Steamboat THE 4CATTAM

lower extremity near the foot of the late Vatican Council, purchased an Jersey peach orchards,. although jot that ,the; owner would call for it on Landing- on Lake Monroe. ,,CORN, RYE MEAL, GRAHAM sYE DICArr.;.

stem of this tree ; they allow the sap excellent..copy,.as regards/size, character so methodically arranged.. Pits of the following, morning. When he -, FLOUR.CRACKEp WHEAT&c .LEO VOE. ,

to exude from this incision until.after of painting and material having I animal manure are everywhere to be went to'recover his 'treas re the next FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE'CANNOT BE Will,nntll Lirtber notice,leave CHARLESTON"every.
the fruit is formed then they been"'painted on wood, of the miraculous -i sand in the 'nourish SUUASSED-wlille no part of Florida com. i S (ix.iSAWll GI'WOOD': TURNING r '
; stop up seen; spring they day, he didn't find it, but he saw severalbftbe bines so many advantages to the grower TUESDAY evening.aad SAVANNAH eveVjrWED. .
the whole with earth. It is pretended 'picture of.our Mother of PerpetU' the trees 'and, clip them'of all 'dead '"descendants"' sitting 'on 'of TROPICAL- FRUITS. I. : TO ORDER. NESDAY,for Florida,arriving la
that the fruits are made'sweet by this al Succor, preserved in the Church of: woodli 1 They' are specially; 'careful of the neighboring fence-rails, waiting : : ,JAN' ."
If sold belbre the FIRST MONDA VIII MARCH and Delivered ,
not Wood Sawed
eYCr7TdDAY"
process: The citrons /maybe;; "kept St.. Alphonsus of ,the ..Redemptorist: young trees,'. both, grafted 'and, seed for a repetition ,of'the joke.:,Brook- next,the property will on that day be offered at public 'Split, :,,

wl the year on..the tree, or still better Fathers, in Rome, 'this copy, ,having II lings,,the soil is.kept perfectly clean, lyn-Argus. : sale-to,the highest FLEMING bidder. Apply DANIEL to -: by Cord ,or Load., RETURNING.WM : >.:.

in well closed vases. When they are been"blessed by the Holy Father, Pius. well stirred up and the plants guard. -. .. Attorneys-, I I f"
to be gathered for preservation, they IX. and touched tho: original miraculous ed: as ienderly as ,a flock of goats. Odds and 'Ends.- Jacksonville Florida.: I SLouf Block.Bay Street opposite oar Mill and Whar leave PALATKA eveiy'FRIDAY ioraing.and .

should be gathered from the tree in a picture.itself. Rt. Rev. Bishop The wild sour>> tree is transplanted p.t.d Si. 1871d, '3 A CKSONVlLL t FLA.T. JACKSONVILLE every SATORDAYjaornlng.
dark with Henni for the sake of security to suit the tide. FERNANDINA Sam day;arriving
mocmksnight the branch greater and and the seedsare to" .
grafted even sour Song for the deaf -"Come ,back ,An shades of braids and chignons Bucky's. 'A. W,t.smr. ts64"w.. A.WJUTI.OCII: -
and leaf attached, and lay them'separately in the conveyance of the picture to planted and stock'raised, which Erin."' .. in SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON every" SUNDAY

one,;y one, so that they cannot its destination, caused it to be boxed, is grafted with a. sweet scion) (itself The King of Dahomey' a necklace SALE. "' : BANK :!ti

touch each, other. Some persons close labelling both the box and the picture the,'product,of,a'.grafted tree,) -when ''composed of ,human -ears, FOR, ". :-. SAVINGS TROUGH T CKETS AND BIOrL

op each one in a vase which is fast itself with the address of the School the tpck.iisfive,; years old. In twb} and' that ear necklace 250 is his great 'VEHY: CKE-AP! THE FREEDMAN-S.SAVINGS TRUST CO., ING, GIVEJJ. *' ...

ened.with plaster, whichthey, keep in Sisters of Notre ;Dame, Milwaukee, years more, the ,whole, tree is transplanted e'- It ,AGENTSt v ?
atUrkplace others and In another: vessel: than pri Three IIIUlU FOT1JU'OT tl, City limits. I J4CXSORV1U&, u.ura: ... -
; them shipped and in about three 'ears.it <
preserve ,, .} 'Teaclier-"Pete RAVENEL&: CO.,Omaztestou. : J- ;;;
in sawdust of cedar wood or ONE OF.TEN ROBERTSON' Savannah
bad that notfit to ,sit in .BRAINARD .
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with straw, covering them well with return., 'It arrived safely, and, is now orange trees'produce in less than ten boy youare Cleared land, ;'no"other improvements.O3TE business firms and societies, on which Interest will be I .' .
It.' located over theYirgin's: altar in the years from the' first process either'of the: company of good boys on._ the 'OF'TWENTY AcRES. allowed ; i JEFrRZYSBRO.&SONPerm'1LJr.TTRETS

Such advanced: 'cultivation 1'as'' this above'named convent,' and before it planting the wild .seed for tock; or bench. Comeup here: and.sit. 'by me. About fifteen acrc.1D cultrntton. 500 grape vines and Deposits may be sent by express in current funds ., ft BROJacksonviOswR
monit could sir." fruit tree i uadndnia4;clay.uI..oU, ; os olth.best .... J.ADAMS, Paladta.'I': **
only have been effected the miracle we are about_ to relate grafting on ,wild stock"tran rJ AntM..: -far gardening. or by.----r'-+:- -1.a.1I. .
b.1 a long period of tim Thus -'Wt1iou1d rant:: plac. I[ The'Italians. have a'basket, called the Dot try,to be too swart.. A man XISR! OK TWJNTv.ACS: KS. The to1..JU2r<">*>9 A.x,to*r.K.;also. -' rT.A.7Amt5LAi1gntnse., ,.' ",I,!" .
feel oblTed"to put- the first The following-are particulars in 'coletta, which holds ,just a hundred (lately deceased) in CamilluSj\N. Y., About four acres In cultivation balance good pine( on Saturday evenings, for deposits .only, from'6 to 8 3-03d ...- -

transmigration of the citron into:Italy a' brief ,form': Maria: Rossman, was oranges .andvhen5 the fruit of any i put a second cartridge-into hir cannon woods. ;.OR K.1D&1. road :.Caxt c.C.COWNS,aJQ) UL vDealrr '' o'flock.' j ? ':<'*';'

at least a century previous to Pala- i. taken 'seriously ill'in September, 1873' young tree will fill tlje basket, the tree before the first had"exploded. fa Real.: Estate."Witscben's.BwJdi. c,,Bay St. 4-tsvTw j JSWA1M. Cashier. Wkvn TO R. ;

uiat. Historians are not accordant in the con vent above-named,'being at regarded in_ bearing.andcontinues; ,,A Pennsylvania baby Is said,to have Nl DOBBINS "' S' ": ,:. .-

:&rtn the age in which;he; flourish;d. the time candidate. The best med' to yield a bountiful crop every other "inherited .the eyes, :and ,pose. of",his TTEALTH- ;,WEALTH,:-: A. ,, .' "- ACON DWG.L'l :
The: Monks of St. Maur cal attendance could furnish of his uncle ''who ?is : .FIRST CLASS: CENTRAI LOCATION.
in the literary : city year, resting the alternate year-with a father but cheek ., JL, JL, f .S 'J; '' ,', 4' ;GUNSMITH LOCKSMITH.. A YokAsMA7AM .,..
history of France declare that the was engaged' to treat her, all declaring light yield, until 1,000 or 1,500 .an insurance agent.' -.; AND.;',. -' '> :i -* /J...>"': '{ ,_ .
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Mthor.of the .book which bears the her case to be pulmonary consump oranges are produced a' year; when it When a little7boy,'who.was 'watching 4NDGE4TER4Ii JOBBER, PERMANENT. AND CT;

Moe of Paladius was the came a* the tion. See continued to decline ''until is!in full bearing. It was neariy'snnset" a'; ,blacksmith: shoe, his Cither's: :HECREATIONORANGE / Corner,, ,. Bay and' "Hogan Streets., Applyatibs_ ... 'SAVINCi. : v BANT.W :iWSS*. "
1 TLORIDA
wncfEsuperantifls,Perfect of Gaul, all hope of recovery was abandonedeven when'when: 'we saw a long stream horse,saw, thworkmanrbegin to pare "' .. : : ,
w nitire Df Poitiers,lof whom Rutij by her physicians. }Vhen.her donkey carts wending along the the1 horse's hoof, he exclaimed : 'My :" ',LANnS'F\J1' ', JACkSONVLLLX;' ,FL )luDA..cr. ..: .::1 COAJ .' ;...cz:4i:: .

j lUll speaks in his Itinerary,' and who 'condition' was pronounced 'l hopeless, road* loaded with thei ; -golden fruit pa don't: want his .horse made. .any ",GROVES," COLONIES,. '. ----. -' I "C' S .., 'r' '

wed in the fifth century. Others on the aist'of Febroary lastihe chap- ; for the markets of :Florida and..SiragoSS smaller 1'" '; ; c' FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS. ;i; NG )MACHINES CLEANED'AND: JUSTICE, OF THE. PEACE. ,it
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attribute the book to a Paladius, who lain administered 'to her the lastsac: : ,; i the former 'being'tribu ry, A: ..little, "boy selling a Ijasket "of I *VILLA SITES) TOWN' ..: I to"l '" REPAIRED..' -"=\-',

rrote in the reign of Tiberius: I in, patents ofholy! eacbarjst and,extreme however, the,latter.iWc'werC'Eauntering.. crab apples yesterday said .bis ma LOTS.' -' ,' ,S .;" .il ':----:- '. .55, NOTARY .U B'LC.;
00*, myself,to the lesrned Benediciwes unction ; she was at that time so weakas along! the-quiet ; .. ,t') ... -' ORDERS, VkOM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY ,
for "but"he
told him ask cents them, "SALE GRANT. ATTENDED TO. BLOCK, t
tioce: although he says he bad to be nnable.to leave her bed, and roadway ''watching the 'shadows on added 35 ain't worth itf; FOR.. .. -, .ON"" ,,,SANFQRD'S -- Office la SLY

Pswaon JStrdinia and Naples, the could only be removed by the hands the dark 'sides t>(' the' distant mountains "they ; ,, .. !..: LJ M.MOORE.AOTJCT.. d_ --:-:-- ': : Corner J', BAY and f ,'t'

conquest of 1 the.Romans nuking it all of others, :She lingered, declining, the'deep' ,purple and'golden A rash refusal-Customer': (flying :, < 'Sanford. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED .'' S Ja.JC

one world and one-family, it,was. not until July: ath, when' the 'chaplain Hues')which .played, ,about..their .sam- .from importunate5.tradesman :)!.No, SALE 'pR''RENT-: '\ ", "-'. ,Shwofbiilocfc: ; : '

Jppoaible i faran inhabitant of Poi. again administered the Holy ViaticumandJheJbcnedlcliorLof fsitSf.J 'The..peasants were,, all ..neatly thank' you, nothing more, realll.lNot FOR: ,LAKE-'MONROE.. .. .__ c .. milE QUSE:::
t.ers another article thankjrou I Good 1 .j .
to hold if .
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: tDains |hi Sardinia the the church ,. 5' 1
and dressed, the: "women in. ,short petti '' 'iI.' : :, 't..1 E.OIt..SAL.E.: >
N; aples. 'Pnbtice ito that Paladius in arjicule f1IQr/4: /,.then her physicians coats,',barefooted, iandMusty; men' and mormn his:j" : [Escapes umbrella'--!ha |L.ha*Punch l 1-rr / -- .;I li,: *''} < A House and Lot.beanrifuDy located in th.Cltyof t h: JACKSONL F, : ;
Jpeab: frequently :Apuleius, who declared that she could not survive; the"omen too, bar&:"anned and brow refusing own UJ Two ne'ConesSteamb03t1andinZaI ,. ,
.. ; : '{ "' ; _1! sad''Iaqalr ppOiaeiD
; located
wrote .allof : jjciJ 1 acksonvde. The hcm it large,well finished, Centrally i'i
according to. YossJus in the more than In this faced .be 1tb u1 'and A reat.estate'owIer; having let ., a MI **'
twenty-fouours. ,
; cheery' happy< SANFORD "I, ,,S.i. ,;. ;,} ,::! ', / i the Summer months.J.rfI
1 Zr' J. !!cr.tbe Emperor Macri. condhiorlshe begged of the Bisters to .The,sweetly,$:xd Dotts'0(',the .Sicilian his tiouses 'but: orie. was" asked Jf' AUO.: fitted. 0 up WL&, modem Lap oftmcata." '. 'ofjjtf I wlm'c, .-1. ,'i.' .' ,..ni'

tfevM: then posterior; to this carry her into the chapel, 'that: there ,-es 'r.JJgte9.r= th'js, ralstjr-valJey( ; thatunlethouse'12'5'hIS1a.L: : : "YesIast ; I.iq.41sgIOUE'LOT. -of t1GtYaCI'CI.a" desirab .., C.lOAK.JacLsoaviOe.FU.: I. ,' 5'. -T : OAIDl. \ :;',
,Philosopher! :: rbi 4rcnmsUncc would .she might pray for a little time. 'After' 'more impressive, and beautiful even |-but noi ;"leased, was his, reply. '>' 1-' .' ;,;I'W" -1- .. -r. "' I. ., R: ....til. j,
detached
sian. our ltta.to.Jo: the; !third' Chris :much urging on.'her part, her supposed than/when/ chimes and.the choris i A'Western Postmaster*writes io the twtMtory v bsuse.,,with large .dining-room|7Suilabk $ '..-t ""A'N" MARR,. .' j PER. DAY". or $0', PE&'wErxi' .*.!;

t91J bu$ MXn name is not djiflg request was granted 7'she;: .ter5'tningletbeir; melody some vast, Postm st r..Gct ral'that. 'fH- 11: will br'" Bordl4hou4 .,'' ,: ." < ,I soucrroR OF v>ATENTS; r Very ra arrangeaents,, saade, with perma. : "
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round lDon:.thc..writers Dfihisjtime, was" taken to the 'cbapjel 1 and ,there, echoing c .thedr 1, \\We. .sat:, down by be'full'ofco niry"! ,,Postmasjery! { :beforelOnrifiKey ":"Apply tf t: 1 'J"'J; :tdT,1''t: ', ; I""t L 5319..r */* athstroetNVVaslunjWoDC.* ""/ i ''' ijf t'lit -t .iir'.rrIt" \ boedaV"h. -- ;; < t. .
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afonsmcnti6pcd : of'cartsaiiir do"pot mark '
T sQsr4ecajjeoce prayed before, IbeTplctuTe! jti :;:ha.d std 'a.s.1the' streato : gei pa J.J "' .< <, >SaAbd J'1 ,I. Pa llb pracUmtUfY..VoIJara,;" N.pataIt, JIG f ;
UI stIle and taste/*!"rafter i Th J >fprftbout one quarter of n peasantsVcnT: b f? ""ShiH'' Vc is'a1l- -Jtlus Oce.1 ,'',,4.1Jo, $,;M73-" :" ,v -/. Wireiwblbmadoa.dF7n1 Jac&3osvwath133d7'.

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t. ;: # THE NEW .SOUTH.. ance to' similar statements sUUU is said support,t Walls! :.,: The* exercise** of thepnlvat.ejudgment Letter of.the' District Committee.The ., deny the.fundamental principles of Republican ever may be &A5d of the irregularities by MISCELLANEOUS. .
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t : J.. "... to'-the "hite'"lt puL1tcatll: 4Ah; you t.f the .'editor of the l letter,of the Executive Committee government? which the'Kellogg 'government,was established -

: t110. .., :,cu.zwj} ADAMS,CARRUTH & CO. don't know the hate and bitterness that Union i invited to the solution of this of the! District, published in our columns As the, of this Republican CongressionalDistrict Executive Committee it- it a is majority undoubtedly of the true that of it CL. MATHER. HUNK
represented people
he colored cherish I..IJt1i.z.
man know that '
K.a. ; we to-day, to the
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apparent many becomes demand that the '
dIEcepalc. \i cn\'cy gty- our duty to you State. But if McEnery had been -
} J. S ADAMS. EDITOR.- they caean to enforce social, equalityand Conv niton. {lug intelligence that the dubious immediately cause ''TA Florida Union, placed in office I it would have been by a

'ij .,-::: -.___- ------- crowd themselves into our .parlorsand An immense Te'County comprehensible course of the l/monwill which you control ceae its opposition fraudunequalled in extent and wickedness. C..L. MATHER & CO.
interest ,
has for
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND social gatherings." a longtime no longer be tolerated by the properly to Hon. J. T. Walls, who has been *
OTHERS.
r ; Items of Local Interest are solicited from all pan of the Tbo tone and feeling of the colored been gathering ,about the probable appointed authorities of the party fairly and. unanimously nominated, by Baltimore, September 23.-Ex GOT. J ,
a T *Ms. Republicans is uniformly of tenor No earthly objection is 1
intercut especially educational social and'jraautnal i one yield a cordial and support to "
this hearty for
should and ] Congress by the Democrats of
topics. Correspondent* make their letters I morning mainly on accountof tate
.' I rxxf tIN as the facts and circumstances will permit. as with ht-rp and there the exception of ,any t the exercise. s the part of the republican principles measures; or District. He succeeded Cobb
f I
: P W. arc not rcMpontibU for opinions expressed by outcorrespondents. some seIJl -lunatic. They say, "%. did apprbenslons'arising from the Ost editor, of "the right of private judge take the only honorable alternative antiopenly : Secretory of the In. 1860
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a
I. Rejected manuscripts can neither I fngs and bargainings the and undisguisedly] the Treasury STATIONERSAND
r W returned nor preserved, Anonymous contributions Charles Smith, a colored "man, in addressing .me'nt"; which be values so highly j but so espouse and was elected to Senate :
.IU not U DotIced. that the whole force of the Executivetire'patronage'would Democratic cause ,and surrender its official I in 1869 and refused
his
a Republican conven'ian in exerted to sendto long as the. Unin claims to derive its i patronage to .those who cordially .' was lat.

REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS, Alabama: principal support from the party, and to sustain just and equal laws and do not St. Septmber23.-Te' Dem-
the
\1. .. .'I wish define my l position," ho Senate one who never .co ld.by, tax the whole business of the community maintain the' Divine right of a ruling ort Dis ,
:. Fur UttttMrtiTCongress. ad i any other means, command a class. nominated David Ray for Congress
Dixtrlct said. 1 desire to be understood, for I respectable to that.end because It is the > .
t a- ,. JOSIAII T. WALLS. have been'misrepresented by the Democratic vote in a Duval l county convention. : organ Believing that you will 'not longer yesterday. Booksellers
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of the party. ,. its proper business, is topresent'the suffer this the Cleveland September 23.-The Democrats C ;
par Member uf Concrete. orators wb" spoke in this hall a Since the precinct meeting !in the city I outrage upon Republicanparty .
tsl
r g, k WILLIAM' District. week ago." lie then endeavored to define precinct it has become judge t of the party ,and and candidate of this District tocntlo'e. in the Twentieth Congressional J
4hftt
I' J. PURMAN. plain the
his position regarding civil rights rot that' of which i simply but will take prompt and decided District to-day 'nominated Henry B.
Jaw
I and said all bey vote 'cannot in any event exceed measures to render Union Paine. '
Republican State Central Committee for tho colored people want is impertinent. the. an JACKSONVILLE FLO1UDA
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:&' : ".Til-" ;. Florida. :civil and political equality before the law; ten, and will not probably.go] ally and ,not 'an opponent, we remain, uammore. t. ocpiemoer zo.- lie- ,

h"1 a "xH. do not wish to \ the white ire and other names respectfully; your obedient servants,' publicans 'in the Fifth
.,\" GLEASOK,Chairman. D. EACAM.Secretary.Districts. they deprive manor are freely canvassed The Conservative Candidate for the Congressional
t, '; at" .i;. .. Districts. a single right, but they ask the same tending to the probability that Bisbee.ee Second District. JOHN R. SCOTT, District nominated A. B: Hagner. HAVE JUST REMOVED TO: THtl* 511r
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: ; ,-, I. Hiram Porter 13. 1!. S. Harmon rights under the law as the whites. I! Durkee HIHJP. ALTER. Chairman.Secretaiy. Washington September 23.-General '
; : e or will receive the AND
Senatorial COMMODIOUS
a. L W. Hutler S. .The Conservatives of the STORE ON
1. Second District
: 14. Day Arm me and my race, lie exclaimed, Fields
l It General of Louisiana
\V'J. i'unnaa. 'v H. Braun nomination, and that in case of Durkee'A have in the field order of Attorney ,
and placed for Congress By Republican Executive Com
I t: 4. Smith f>awson, 16. J. W. 1.Howen.TannehiU.. 'equally, we are 'not afraid to start t who is has instructed
: 4s' .i.' t. W. U. Daniels 17. J. D. jvitn youin tho race of ,life.; He then nomination to the Senate, the prominent a true and noble man in the personof mittee. 2d C ngreioca District.. his assistant, hea1t by tele- BAY STREET, NEAK LAURA

"' IS. "' 6.. M.Rupert L. SteamlI.Charles, 19... PcterJ W. IfTLeCaia one, alluded to the rlic& issue, regarding names for the Assembly will bo Lee, J. J. Finley, of Jacksonvie'. gph. to proceed promptly and, .vigor- I. ,
General
: : !. Samuel which he said that themen who for Finley Wilson
Walker. G. bor State
ao. J. Alden ory fortune A. Grant Menard News. all who have violated WHERE WILL BE
and persons FOUNDA
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.I 9. Robert Meacham .. W. H.GIeaao Spear Tennessee and l is ,,
war are not the men who will do the county, -year of the law. This includes tho militia and "
a 'to. Dennis
J Eagan ta, J T. Magbee, lie don't < Ing. These all good names and we age, twenty-eight of which have been <
::r (t. I. W. Brock. *3. __ Ighting. believe that the a LEON those Itader who, in 'the late "
: : .rt'1j" ..Wm..D.ScarS, .... E.L \ire.w Christian white pt'Ople.\Yant a war. lie shall bo glad t announce .a spent J Florida. He first came to the COUN. hiced Kellogg and his in struggle,
: 'f count State in: 1835 Governor Stearns has requested S. C. parry '- LARGER"'ASSORTIIENT
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would
TI. \ .V - --- pray to God that dark hour would ticket comppsd'of such men. a captuin'of a company of tom House. This statement. is author.Ized. j I ..1J"'
HDVRUCAN CONGRESSIONAL BK feeln "
CCTfVB COMMITTU.tCCOKD mourited volunteers and served Watkins to the '
'f { n never come over, this Southern country sured a campaign ovSTATJONERS'SUPPlIEs'
,. DISTMCT. by such a ticket,that general satis-, reeig psionofCouDty
,r f when the blood of the white and colored in the Seminole war, and afterwards .
As of .
a matter convenience Co.m
to hose wUhing to correspond f action siQner.
-t; with member of the people would be shed in warfare: Picturing would be gi'en, andbyits election .; in 1846, located permanently in kins
any Republican Executive can't it and
see to
publish a state .
the interests the State at Marianna f : O C A L ,
be for the A
the
'I' Committee of this District,we ppend the list tf that direful consequences of a war county served. practice of FOR; ."
,1; ommiuee,with post-office addresses}. of races, the speaker continued: "Askthe his profession, that of the l law. In 1850 ment.e bav'nt learned whether he .4 "

'',. Hon. I. R,Scorr.Chairman,Jacksonville. men who did the fighting in tho last Senatorial .'. he was elected to the State Senate as the has a "mutual friend/' 'AND. OTHER THAN IS TO BE FOUND IN

I t, ".. lion. A. A, KJilGHT.AJ'rcasurer. JackKonvIlle. war. Ask the widows and orphans Sa&ct Whig* candidate, but resigned before Col. 'F. R. Cotton of Leon I .,. '.
poi" PHIUP It difficult county, TJIE ;'I. ,
"' WKLTBX. Secretary Jacksonville. seems ] believe that there the expiration of PLACES ON OCKLAWAHA'RIVER ; f'-"i ,
soldiers do .. This is the
I our ,
they want another 1 .
Hon. E. G. IObVUiO%. I Lake Cirr. : war. t > v has sustained loss ', < .
9 Hon. H.S. Harmon Gainesville I Ask the maimed and crippled, and sec can or could possibly be any soIiI foundation only political office for which General a severe pecuniary by vs.AND ANY' OTHER HOUSE IN

-. ., Hon.Hon Birch K R.Gibson CbaJwick.Ocala.Palatka. if they are in favor of war. Go to Virginia for the threat of' the Colonel" Finley'has'ever been a candidate before the destruction of his largo gin house, ADJACENT COUNTRY. IDA, .' FLOR.

.' C Hon. Dennis Eacan..Madison. and kneel at the sacred tomb of that he would have the county commissioners the people during his twenty-eight years two gins and forty bales of cotton, by "
; D. ). Papy,St.Augustine. the illustrious Lee; and bring back the' residence lathe State. In 1852 he was fire. ,"
Ham'i Petty Femandina. removed, they did not assist Loss,0. : TILE ,
i Governor
appointed by Brown
MIonatd to that judge of Air"
John A. Mcllcnvnie. response your praver-will response The Floridian PRICES COMPETING
t ; be for war? Ask God if ho desires h lim in the improper control of votes; the Western Judicial Circuit and the next aid .grluri' were ? OCKLA W AHA WITH PRIOS

b 4 ,' Appointments. that tb1 Southern soil be drenched I for that pro-supposes that the Executive fear was elected to the same ofce by mistaken about those "victory" badges. STA1.tER' !CHARGED FOR GOODS, OF. THE .SADESCRIPTION

.:' J Hon.J.T. WaIU, Republican nominee(or Congress In blood. Let us have peace-peace would' be foolish enough to allow such the people without opposition again The wift and one child of Mr.howard 'CPtW.A. SHAW.I IN NORTHERN CITIES.

In tIe Second Congressional District assisted by other now and forever. The day when I utter a"light weight", the Colonel to direct rc-lected after the expiration of bis Fisher! of Tallahassee, have died of ,
WILL
cuktinguiklied speakers will address the Icons at the a sentiment that may beget i distrust or and n six years' term without opposition. In fellow fever at Fensacola.! LEAVE JACKSONVILLE, .

..if.j' fallowing times*and places: strife, may on that,day. I say,my tongue control the disposition of the L861 ho was appointed! judge of the Confederatc EVE10T THURSDAY INVITE .

.i -': .-. ,,1. Gainesville Sept... 6th Madison. Oct. loth cleave to the roof oi my mouth. Let us: Governor's, prerogative.of appointment.On district court for the Stato of JEFFERSOX COUXTY. MORNING, WE '.

',,"' .,..'t Ocala. andersno, ,October avth ad Green St. Augustine Cove, *M* I.-th isthJacksocvilL inscribe on our banner, "Peace on earth, the other hand it is difficult to suppose Florida, eally'fr 1862 and We learn from the Boston '(Mass.) AT8 o'cr.ocx.GEO. THE ATTENTION OF

:' "t.-:11 Lakeclir. .. 3d Palatka. 17 and good will towards men." This i is I that even the Colonel" i volunteered as'a Confederate Post, that Mr. John Pasco, aged 74 years
Live OaJasper October jth would be simple States He and 25 days died at Charlestown R. FOSTER
.' j .. '41b no tim for war. This is a time to go army. was elected Mass., Atent
,
l I I ''.f"I ... .' ._____7Lh_._ u. ___._., __ ._., _. to work and build op the waste and;des- enough to promise appointment and captain of biscompanuod, when the Sept. 12, 1874. The deceased ,wa the 'Jatkton-cillt.Ftoriiia >tcrmtfrit 187*:. CITY AND COTNTRY DEALERS
; '; ;< -- olatu places of this country. I want the threaten removals, unless] 'there existed Sixth Florida was organized was elected] father ot our townsman, Samuel Pasco, -

,: ...e : The Civil Rights Bill Scare.: colored people treated with a degree some previous arrangement, either with colonel of the regiment without opposition Esq., and he has the sympathy of this) B. HUBBARD a

::!' The assumed alarm of those who, in of fairness. We want neither mixed I or without consideiation.-by which was and 'alterward promoted to the entire community.-ilonlicello Constitu' SAMUEL ,_ AND, THE PUBLIC GENERALLY TO.Ot&
: schools nor mixed churches, I am in rank of brigadier-general, when the tion. | -
'I.: ;' the Southern States, claim to' belong to lavor If'separate schools for acquiredsome control of the county appointments. troops in tne extern army'were brig Cdpt. Jones, (col'd) has again made a laIUmvI7Fla.., STOCX. AND SOLICIT TRADE.

,. .: :.'. the dominant and sovereign race, at tho children I must own up that coloredI I And other facts seem to add, together just after the battle uf raid on Monticello and frightened the -i ,- ", I tftI'

',' general 'arrogance" and "insolent aggressions" not carefully read the civil rights bill, corroborate, tbis supposition. is perfectly Chickamauga, tar gallantry upon the: inhabitants. Importer and Dealer in
t: \ or' but if that bill provides for mixed schools I tield. In the army he was beloved and Capt. Jones ought to meet
;
: the colored race, and the f understood that the appointmentof Spring Ca&simert suits ta sale at Body's.
1 I: ask our representative in Congress honored by both officers and men. At' the fate ot Capt.'Jack. HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL, -
; ; terror they say they entertain lest, under (Rapier) here present, to vote against .commissioner, of pifotage.was promised the close of the wa-r the General retrned COL'STVi t >EDGE W AtfTED '

: the provisions of the Civil lUghts Bill, that bill? or to vote to strike out the i some tim. since, to an individuals to :Marianna, but soon after moved to Pcnsacola ESCA1BU is in about the same, condition TOOW.. TABLE an POCKET .

1 the formidable colored men,-to whom clause lrovidinznformixed schools. All an inducement t secure his support Lake City and from, thence to Inckson- ao the.frogs in the fable, "stonedon CUTLERY. A lady graduate erpeHcMcd in teaching and suEcd

.f, ;:,, by the way, they arc so superior-should we is are equal advantages in separate of .the Colonel's1 senatorial aspirations. title, as :more his convenient point for the all sides.'' li may be fun to thethrowers Nails, Glue, Putty, Class, Pnt Oils? in drawing and painting denies a sltuaues5 ia Flurida.
; school ( practice profession, where he has '
: force( them and their families into some Such the I [ but it is not so us. All Address.
was current since 'resided. wit LEATHER BELTING,RUBBER EWING
report : General Finley standsprominent PACKING.STOYES.TINWARE. .
,
Still in the face of of ,
facts sorts afloat
known and rumors are
: indefinite soil of social! equality, and o n the streets fora time, after which the in I the rank of his < distance 9-ia it. Valati.Columbia eou.c,New York
in i direct of the front profession in regard yellow fever in ourmidst.. .CROCKERY,PUMPS,
I disregard most .
4 drive their! children into the colored public rumored appointment was ,made. To and has never been I Ian If f these sensationalists would 'tell the f M/ US., ABBOTTS

,; ;, ";' schools, is about as irrationaland causeless and solemn asseverations ofthe Republican remove'as good a man as Myor Jones, 'aspirant for ulticl honors he hasalways I truth,' it would be bad enough; but when Lead and Iron Pipe, _
.. : I the assumed taken an interest in .tht I BOARDING-HOUSE IS,NOT CLOSIDuAH
party, ofthe
a scare of which purposes make they kill our people the rate of DOORS
as to
any an account way, even for one as good, political contests: f the State. The 01 a SAl BLpms.MOULDINGS.SUGAR
I
party are made to serve as reasonable] eight or, day, when only eight have reports from unfriendly sources to tie contrary
1 was. ever given.i would be doubtful policy just precedingan nomination for'Congress was pressed I died in Mills, notwithstanding the Boarding-house of tin. Abbott.
: since &c.
provocations for a style pur city the fever was declared in St.
I.:; : Apparently' alleviation of theirdread of language and election] but to remoPeter Jonesun- upon him by Conservative convention Enprtor. Augustine ia stitl open,and aa osual.will offrr
to bein'thecity. of Cat-Fitting H quiet and comfortable
( August) Jotting, quarter at reasonable prices to
a course of conduct in (13t
political for which 1870 but was declined. n. tt 7 all
sojourners
in the
is produced by calling attention I i der the circumstances; relieves the thing it is'a little to bear ,with Sminjdonitord Ancient Cky. 9-5-.
1 : no possible excuse can be given. We quote'the above fair and handsome '
tolls irrationality. It docs no good to 1 from doubt Private brokerage of of- patience.-Pensacola Express. Boa ton loops aid bnstle ud '.

1, remind them of the fact that, were thoCivil Differing intensity in the various I official "appointment disreputableenough I notice of Judge Finley from the Florid Pensacola has a boat club at last. _. :-v, />.' j". '. at !

I : ; Right Bill enacted : States, as the thermometer of partizan ia' The Judge has"no'warmer OKANCE/ COL' ., ..' ':h C.l.; .
: ; it would only) to all parties; but when such t personal TY., : tj FOR OKAHUMKEE, _
,1 r 4 '.; involve the('nforcementin the Southern I zeal raises in its range, the general sentiment brokerage 'is exercised by one whose tI friends than some' who will vote 'SanforJ is to havd a saw. mill. Mr. -."' ",".' : .\ )1 : HARRIS.EVST1S AKD GRIFF.

; .States, of the same equality of civil]I of the Democracy, however concealed own official appointment occurred simultaneously decidedly against tho Democracy'even ,Sbrodet the man,who is building it.,.. 4.- _SILVER SPRING'

I in some sections with greater or when represented' by as good The following ., ..0. _" ,'.. _, ,
: that has a man has been .
tights long prevailed elsewhere, with the.settlement of a private a cal issued in L CASH RETAIt'PRICE; :v' And '
"
l less CtJRRErT. other Landings on the Ocklawaha'RhrwiTbeSteamey
'- ; success, .is fitly expressed i ifl.the following !l- Finley. ,thing and I the Sanford Journal *
the .
; throughout country It avails noth pecuniary dam:: of the appointee fretdshipis' : ?i, .'"t{ :'

: :: ; lug to show that race and condition as l resolution of the White League' against ,the appointing power, a better approval of, the Democratic party quite In,view of having our county properly Fresh.Gotie] Butter; ,p l._. _.-3 'r : ; '

i in Alto, Louisiana, on the 1st July] last: another. in the Convention cbetse- '_.. ,
: well us color are included in the protective exchange than that, made i b p __. _S represented ot Fruit : -. '-
: the That we regard it as the sacred and needed Grower called to convene at Pnrlatka] on I ,Fulton Ibrc Beat.. ._-_-*,_'--g ..__'' 'OKAHUMKEE,., .
11 sweep of Civil flights Bill to give respectability to the .1 '
't I political duty oi every member of Ih8 CofBisbee' Not a.Candidate. K v'eiufrthe 13th-and 14th, 1874. We > ., A.L. Ric*.Master,
and that it can. have no more to club to discountenance transaction. However it: .perhaps the Rb Ccfle:.3K lbs forMazCccejls L $ _
power and socially pry- 1 writing our, not. on "the Coun undersigned, respectfully suggest ; .: : J'

t; ; :j; .;", constrain an ill-assortod and involunta- scribe all white men who unite themselves fortunate that so early a sample i given ty Convention', we are that that all persons interested' in' frit and I ; ; for' !, .;, .i_;'i.o.JaaCoffeeaTh.5r' .. at Wittleare(o'clock.!. JadtsoBviOe. every. ,THURSDAY. m cr C

:10 ",1: "ry social'association at the South than with ,the Radical party,: and tr I of the stylo of county,appointments that Cu!. Bisbee has declared luformed vegetable culture meet at Orange ., .,_. CEO R. FOSTER- ,AgcauJ
.! I :'- ut the North to supplant every political opponent in all I .the .. 'wel- ri House; Octobcr.I4tb'next, at> 2, o'clockr. I ( _-. ?' .j.x ck oirTine,Fla.Joly'5.UT+ 7-astf. '

: compel an unwillingconsorting his vocations by' the 'employment'nntsupport Clonel" .will' favor when. be ,l Selected Republicans. he is,not ,to> be? ,nsii- M.,',to takchsuoh action relative] : t :Layer Raisins,5 Ibs f......... ..L. ix Tx .' < S -. _-: .t

r :,.: : ; with colored men in one section of those who ally] themselves Senatorl: ered a candidate for the State,; under sending delegates to the ;convention asmay Macaronr o per t-' ??....,,...'..i. .'.?',.?: cvcrmkeai'per ) CARPETs RENOVATEDAND

of the'country than with uncongenial with the white man's party/and; ,we I. any.circumstances.We be,thought advisable., ] v :. ,
y. ,: ourselves : A Pregnant Ib__L. ...._ '
social companions in another. pledge to exert our energies Suggestion.- hear i is rumored also that Lee soc lbdctolook Eke ncw. AJ.a\

";.ii \ Show .as much as.you please that so and this use end.bun means" to the consummationof I ,In a recent issue 'of. the Union, the: alter. ''mature consideration with his, General.. -News.,- '. 1apiocper; Ib_, .,,::- :.'ISC'< UPHOLSrERlNGof

I "I great a terror on tho part of the "dom- "Slate and National official organ," inan I friends, will stand before f .Sogar Cured Shen. J..----.j iaJ4cVouiif kinds done la the best Banner.. ,
the Convention p '
; inani1'. race, whose immense Verily fuch seed; .sown upon grount I editorial upon the New Orleans situation < New York.' September r 22.-The.'Tr W. K. SHERMAN.
Superiori Hyson Ib.--'m-'i-J
7SC'
: : ; ,1 is so'well prepared, must of course, pro. appears the as desiring a.nomination to the AsClubly. bime'sa.s,.with reference to the : Tc.pr Cor.Laura and Churdi: streets,JacksoaviSc FUs.

ty" assumed to be unquestionable, duce the harvest recently gathered InNew folo\'ing suggestive / large.shipments of arms ancamniunitlontli ,Ooni T.J/P.T IK--..,,,...."... !,., !'. JJC 3-Ordcrs t left with Furchgott.Benedict
CcD"a
&
*-
paragraph ,
that .
,
: will be : r.
they domineered
: and South : .
'the & Drew
R
that
oppressed Orleans. t careful I lb- ,,,... cr Moody will receive prompt atten
by the race that ia so plainly And to the present peaceful aspect of OpenLetter.. inquirv'amo tho of manufactur Impr.Te pr ...- -i.oa. > tion.Mrs.'Hud Local references' by pencvaio; A.:).tOIl.
In view ofthe facts that are known to the there agent 1 ,. ... .Singer Sewuir Machine, A. Zacbariaa
I case are foicbodings if Kel 'V ; _.
.
.
l : "inferior und 'evidently designed 1 b the by Republican .companies large dealers 'GPdTe.pI ; T. :and S. Maltair Your orders an respcoritUy solidnpHE -
; ) all, and of the widely published records logg is re-instated that his official and We'ar'reaested shows that in the main'such' have tcd. a ._
: i reports Oolong A No.t, r ry..___" '. '
1'rovidencc Executive
for ecrvilo Committee
.
condition h' the following
a
I is pubU
natural life to p ..o
will be short '
a for .
unfounded
j of thtf-doings of the two parties reasonable one uconecanexpect been .

l ; untenable. and illogical, and still'no men can come to no 'other"conclu, that the exasperated men open' letter : lion,.Reverdy Johnsonin a JenJthycommunicatlD 'ScFoam.pipl,___, .j ;'..,:.".. ,,. ) < JACKSONVILLE ,

I ,.,' .peace,is given. who rose up and sent the coward to his: Republican Congressional Executive Coin, to the Herald Pine Apples 4.cans. ,-._ ;
.''to Convention ,sion but that the, dread of'the practicaeffect 1 hiding place in a few hours after he un '',niUe Second, Congressional timore; giving his views on the Louisiana ,r- .o : -- $M.ES AND.
: alter 1p '
convention and LIVERYSTABLES
one' j of control] dertook to take from them Ditr. Pca.i.4 cand1r,._,,.._'..___, '_, ; ., ,
Republican their
:
: : after another of the Democratic purportingto parat, JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Stpt. 2 r. question, considers, that the ,President .0
orators be entertained by the Democracy,and i arms by arbitrary power will To the Proprietors of the Florida Union: committed 'an .error in recognizing 31b Tomatoes 4 c.*r i-n-. r./, ni.o
lapses into a spasm of terror at the impending reasonable men. Such a' man's life in GENTLEMEN as the .: :
,
: ". put forth as the moving cause of the organization :Through the suffrages"of Kellogg legitimate Governor Green 4 cans for--! ,t..i.-- ,
t .. overwhelming of, the,"superior of "white a community of chafing and disappint- the Republican party you hold important L- The r gniton however having beenmade Cr.. : .\ B. McCLENNY. 'hoft1lrOL'
men'61)attiea" and I
I "; and dominant nice" by those who are so ed men, exasperated beyond responsible positions in the ; wa and final, and. the And all other&h proportion,at tVe, 'of ,. '
i. .* evidently excldm white" leagues i is entirely] a false of endurance and the restraints of an State, and -are, inhonp1: bound to con, 'pc ple had no right to r to arms. 0 -

Jr'] I : ".words, of inferior Democratic) and, in the, .alarm, assumed. fur partizan ,purposes.. ordinary mortls'r asonis not safe at, tribute.oflieially am! p personally to pre Lj j I He favorsjhe'.resignation s9r. Kellogg, JOHN'St ,': :' : 9CI. the.Nb well-known>given HARTR1DGE to I" jmtlic (WsT STABLES'opposite ka>* 'mfcnaMel

: ..1 State Convention We are coinpelled.to say.with the editor: all. } c"nlJt tee in the ere the integrity the maintain I. I McEnery and the Lieutenant Governor, .. '. the METROPOLITAN HOTEL.aa4 have oo hand a.
of Louisiana. dark, and the fetht NtwOrleans J' ',. : *
are in its organization and efficiency One and the holding of a'new el ctkn. ,: I J
,' .. loe of the Florence (.Ala.) Republican: cannot be therefore someone of holds the }'. .I! 1, )., "_ ".4.-... : I : VERY LARGE STOCK..OYp&s'64faimqR.
;i:list uoruioant faction of tho raui- omnipresent you high position of Governor The annual convention 'the .
'Catbo-
k c' The assertions of Democrats that the of the crowd while another that of :... ', ,;;, : !
- cal party !In tbis Stale has. by false and]I of State printer and lie Total-Abstinence, Union of America ; 'n

_ fraudulent rt'pre..1ntatlons.lol1amed tie II I Republican social equality party&c.desire mixed void of schools truth; him chafing surrender under the will rpower which makes !is.a._Republican_ __L'_nominee. 'f'o'r,' ,.the Legis-, Is to meet i Chicago Oct bcr7th. ... ., ',' : ,; L ': _._ .:r J :::> .4. SALEI .
are L I on sightshoot down
% and native ana
prejudices ,
passions of the Assemo'l, Bauincr : '
-, negroes I and full of slanderous misreprcscnta- the bead-centre of, all the troubles in tendeut of Schools for the > uper n- Vsl! gi n;; September 22..-No !in.' ORANGE-BOXES: '; < '" "* I 'Those desiriag to pwefcace wB iad ft to&Wrsi4va -
us against
a race the whItes. and bas I County of f whatever from New : ;-.' : : tap to examine.thia.,.a'-1\r iaIp.an4 adDCSi..
thereby it for the white II lions, intended and manufactured, forthe that unhappy State. Duval and your 'pap'er 'enjoys the : 'Oleanshas' ,, I stock.adapted to all ases. "
_ inaup necessary I sole been received by of the } hf mat sufficient to make'near 500orange ,"".I aa alsa ,
and leading any nat'rdafC .
purpose'of deceiving It exclusive departmonts .
of the
to unite State 1
people and act .together in'self I undoubtedly true that the assassination patronage and of bxes is made of uniform by ma
the : "
astray the Voters of Alabama. It government up to'noon to making box which will bold .z :. : : '
Federal
defence Administrations and cher.
and ,
fur :
wo preservation of white oi Executive yet you t hu 'iCOMP.ETE"OUTI1T1 Y
\ I an .would effectually d sized Wiil be sold .
oranges.
_ _'p' 'ff civilization; that the rights of all men I certainly stands to-day without a parallel ,- ] suffer that paper to'openly} and, nersist-. ay. ; anrg Apply.< at the Boat Shp'o'A. G. cheap.CHAPPELC. '
1 under the ntitajion. and I laws of the I in the history of the vile deceptions preclude any further trouble from ently (;IPO54 the nODinee of the Private telegrams represent everthing 9-Jtf. ; I Bay street;Jacksonville.T ; 'pUGGIEi, .PHAETONS .AND

f .. _1..J_ .10.t:..- J nrJjnvuwivv" and ,(.optp.mlfiliJa Wa- <._. pr4Q tifx>d by his'connection with political.affairs JJut? t'icana 01 this Cougressioual matrr Rub J quiet. No orcra,4& en issued by OTHER. .CARRIAGES.
inviolate Irrespective of color 1'0J have yet to see or the contnibutc the the i War i ut- OUIS MILE .MOURGEON ,
r race or appropriate Author of such.n fUiieestion -' t SQCet8 11urrsc.u cp .
bear J|_ T "
t previous tuuditlon i ; 'but WQ deny that of or'a Republican newspaper ui. proState is not 1tftloir it1tepub1icanniii Democratic party., ,as there is nothing .to. .From Paris.Francs':(lately! "Foreman ef the staten- : :.": J '()ru.r''tcM8t1, ,f :_.: _
*, a prominent Republican speaker render them!, : M..S :
: Asjndividuals .
Congress caIn: qonstitiiliouallj enact Jaws } When and private .citizens it necessary.Boston. Island Dyeing ).,
I ._ to force tbe recognized by the party as reflecting organ, so promulgatedit is unquestioned NEWDYEING ebat ,F.OR..LIVER SERViCE. -
'wo mot- into social l onion I privilege sustain September 22.-The: Conven- AND SCOURISG'ESTABLISH. I -
:I : or equality. the sentiments of the party, whoadocatcs .: is proprly to be taken as the dictum or ppos."hqmsoevr you may t-but/u. ion:of Labor be held on -' : .J'1 1! ,I H .. ;' '.' ,.
mixed schooln, social equality, or of judgment! of the, editor October 9th Rcfunen'.wi Ladies'and Gentlemen'Wearing Apparel Which-. ,wm be rurn&it.* ,
are bound t '- "
'tit i: Kb facts whatever are cited to prov the issue '"aridwe tblican you honorably to: Stte. ticket Lace Curtains it :
the
race defy Demo- : .
; '
i: 4 .,UMJ .saumptions 01 ratio of Alabama probably; support fairly nominated standard- oftekcwn. LaceShawis. :AT THE SHORTEST KOTICBAJID'OSTHX
_ negro hostility or }party to produce a bearcrof the party, and 'most' and other.fine fabrics most carefully cleaned and dyed. .
The Benedict
kindliness in
t auimosityjljut every known fact tends single instance of the' kind. The Democrats and sagacity of inch a as Rebublican officeholders ctrtan1. Judge ; tho case ofthiwifeof FOKSYTH. STREET;bctwcaa NeWDall and Mar- ," :
themselves have made IS. suggestion are as the i Rer. Dr.Gallagheragainsttho steam ketstreettj, ,-' I- j-i6-if' .
these 1enes palpable as logic _
1 .
: doubly bqund and
provulho'cxact must
_ opposite. One alter either-yield boat State of New.York '
t' they have manufactured theM false of using the r l Jangnage from obedIence' the claims of tho to'rcOY1tbevaJue : : .1 MOST R AS NABLE'TERMs.
,
; another of the State party or wearing R.wEARL: 1.1" i .
Republican owing appar.relstolen
convcn- ,Mfhije .
theories and when to the .
- -"> they begin see I the Issue resign the"' : :
,positiqcs you hold under
t, ,lions disavows\. ,and In the most carefulODd I just indignation of the people and their lame : those'decrees a passenger ton.the vessel, decides that a wOUaaager. --- '
But we apprchcnd'tbat the ; nay* more, asthe ''recip married wO a "can such PRACTICAL- :- ua.G.H: .RaIT'rAIN Ii mi.. ..
1 : precise language, discl.altns'auy dis- united determination to defeat the party tion con sder ients :rtif the official patronage of the action. legly bring. PAINTER .and wilt always ba(bond at the Stables rMjJT
wbkb
who bring forward these Infamous hat mOI\ vcigbt ,, AND PAPER HANGER.Having to attend to all business. th.-
i measure appertaining ftjj
jiosiUoD. to. encroach, to attempt to en- ls; tho I party'under, of,, the: State ; ,"f '. .. r.-
Presidnt : *bat Senator Morion meat. .C-.& McCLKW
_ t 1 aod invent and defect these angorous ; Qi :1ltbls pew and National Administration 'recently',said 1 am .
l : eeidcd!
force ww-ial to the to reside here &4t4drie.in. ,
equality in l 'gttIng j exclusion advocate pcrtIt&DeDtlTwUlM I : ,
sense oi State no of
any 'doctrines',, they,at once of others the papercaDD Kellogg'a, but it'is only glad to receijr*.orders from all requiring work done inGRAINING. : -
main '
: even to desire it. The State Republican I to palm off on'tbe bcgr'tty governments bould recognized that fain its'' t justice to say that he ha* notbelonged nM. 1 '

11,i: Convention of Alabanfaf says (that authorship of their own detestable I it would ebtabl$4'" precedent and other opposition present to th6 anomalous::principles position and chosen in to any of the plunderng ribgj; and no; :: GLAZINO4 and 'KALSOMININC O. L.'KEENE' : ,,. ,
States
!: .1 : In thc practical application of 11leseprjbcll,1t. I and oniqtproductions.. !}1 And e get i into trouble, j-epresenlativcs. 'of' the .party rbbberjr. or. atealD J be;'brought; done ia the,best maanerw ". -.< '. '., Bay',,Iiczsoarvu.L3, '
then "witooabAndoningal homo .
j we have ueilher claimed nOfi) I I reprehending NatloIExecutive : claim to honor or:justice, isiana| .h9'be Republicans pf Lou; Order left at Davis&Drew's Furniturt WarthbuM I Dealer'fn.Miaiaery; Fancy ud The's.Go Kb'|r JI

tle.ired the wtclal equality of diO' rent I Mawbey and theUnion.. for taking the only trf a) and] ., ,,. .- I! o" pol from fEud-, 'I have I will receive prompt attention. ..'. ', kind. Jtccps constantly. .._hud. .the. latest,. "style- ,-
"
I. TaN. or individual of the same race, 'To the complaint'' t certain i staunch I constitutional. course.that iajosbiblejor ;, Ills no time' now.for Republicans when' gt.or1t'm'but yare trivial] : REFERENCES.S. .: :, "HATSANnTRUIMJNG "-

A uvilhtirdo "wecUIm or desire it now,: Republicans,,that ho I indulge prejudices of or'color der system of mar': ,- L.BniDct! Esq.; .'and C 'X Rol .: .
and all'as &rrUons 'to the a srcely.'Ian proper t frolr own .statement, .race pj by which their1 ranks'have,been,decimatcd JacksonvttlB Fla noJf'. Eaq| .Dr. ood:Ii&De I. ', ; :
.
contrary are political at of r .': Tbo purse for personal : ,. ,
yi without the slightest preferment :. : Acting Governor will soon find )cbems aggandie'ment rfnd 'the ;whole"State*demoral "1':" : .
foundation. "
In :
- J-r.-.J point uf.(Hct.,' e reject the f-ua of race: Republicans, while the Union, of: which' that he has the. largest sort of. an elephant hour'Institutions.I is fraught The I ized. He said further that'if the people' STATE,-. COUNTY. AND f:; CITY : "'kIDCLO\ES. .: ,1' ,. .' ,', I
tocsin I
-'I. njrainrt racer which U tendered he owns the controlling share, is,bitterly in his pocket ; of.Luisiaoa.wuld :the!t State V1 "U"" V.r3rCHZAPataoahflu.ortm'nt1t. ,I l,
for for
us bj r :"organ, It isplaying'some a" war .of 4-aces" *anrf '! white 1ot.hav H: .scaip '
,the Democratic p rty,' a' frAught with I rI opposing the election of the nominees tunes that. wilf be diffi" ni'ana! sounded'a in blgbtd",. they mut murder d" i '. )*' .. / WHITE.900 : ". '
I, I InealeukIoct1)s) to: our whole people, of the i all the pary' ha Stat ben with neary sl s. Thoy'cantotbpect-n honest; Boucht aod soJd at ; ,
wbicb'sows die iet-ds of ruin to all p party, Mr. Mawbey replies. cult for him to. dance, to. : State ,-tf- 'rDRiDASAVINGS BANK Ha7 jnstrcdv3dafia lotc/;\ -" :
.
our r feet
_ _; J lIallunal,8O'ia19 *nd political interests,, that "ho can't control the course of the "_ '. constructed,and in States Florida] alone the of,all the re* bythe McEner fiCtOi"wu' in the bA .. HATS LINENS GRENADIJIXS. : ,
- L_ and wlJcb; in thu pnpcr." At ibe same time the expectant UtIca, N. Y. Are guarantees'ofequal : m 'ABUESING, ; '
pertistw
September .r.
by party, I : 23.-The, Republican cvi rights, fully maintained 'and U i il tolerated in one 'State: It:itO' I : AND JAPANESE CHALUES .:,
w11 plunge tis.againinlo j a yi'ar with tiu e, Senator proposes to ',WaJl,,. that 1 ifh Convention'to.ay. unanimous .just j .* equal laws respected and adopted in ReipecUulIy r !.the attention of the ddacn*anJ ieachaatot' > Tk J i wUl Usoi at greattV reduced ptW., ,"i1
(;. ; is but . _
one .
I Isalyatiunfor BKAUTIFUL
vcrnwent t>f the United States Walls will ly renominated Dix or Governor and hall anotherber SOAP he manufactures. '- .1 -
4 "A'ud -"* "* ( ) .sustain, Mawbey for' Robinson Republicans .Republican! officeholders .recognition It is the best Washuig. Barbee and Toilet Soap, ever ,1
every .nt'lubllull tpcakcr-- in I Senate, "he 'v1II'cbango for Lieutenant: Governor, and and .papers sustained-by,(official of equal civil I.and of made. This Soap b put up.to boxes contain*80 lilt I ,: .- For neckties and bows'caJl'at Bicky-.
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v-J a(1lw1(;. Alexander Backley for Canal .Commi --Republican UtcaJ.tght and go ban.: 4 c? .:_ ; !, ._ r> ,, --", :
l-vr-fypartot the j? iio ry. prcs utter- coprWof; the iie"l Its hearty I loner. patronage-here inaugurate: colored, people, life for Ordervshould bt,4dieucdt 1 ;j .
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THE NEW SOUTH : SHAHWEEKLYSATURDAY. I '
II' SEPTEMBER 36, 1874, '

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Elegant Fabrics for Gentlemen. Nominating Convention. were goingto thefleldprepared to play, Meeting of Cily Council 'I FUXNXTUXX '. / ,

CITY NEWS Our readers are invited to read the The Republican Convention for notcnatingone and that if the.Garden city nine did not MOKDAT,September 21, 187' .

advertisement of Mr. Jules Baratier in candidate to Duval in the would Council in itt
SUTEMBU :6.18,4. represent put appearance game met regular session rres- ; WARERQOMSl
TC' DAT JlOUING our paper of to-day, and then_they should county in the State Senate,and two members be claimed by a score'of 9 to o." ent, aldermen Denny, Douglas, The. '.. FURNITURE, ,

certainly .?act and govern.themselvesaccordingly. of ,the' State will take the an bant and Huff. "Wr7! : '.
Rc1iciouaDirectcny.. ,Assembly At hour named omnibus was 'Wf- __ "to"j .
On niotion of alderman '
lV.&his bcd _.m pubti Cftr/ Saturday ." For many years ,Mr. place!to.day.'in. National Hall, in pursuance at the'bo f and'a committee in wailiiig man"Denny-was called to the Huff chair.alder- < ,. .', .

Bc k IMI d Sabbath aftcroos.3-kcI u may be Baratier has stood at the head of-his to a call issued by the Chairmanof to escort the rivaling nine to the grounds. There oeing no quorum present,' on DA VISA DRE, W;: ,

:?4 o'dock Friday Episcopal. J al street head profession in this country, and possessed the County Executive Committee. The Lee nine because of the 'slownessof potion of alderman) Huff, Council adjourned ,," .'. .

SLJ R.Protestant HWeuer.Kector. Sunday pervke*II of excellent,taste, made available by a Wednesday evening last -precinct their team, prcceeded. The committee to next regular meeting. ,- ... '
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Frida,.
a" A. II' W. H. CnEKTT Clerk. '
::: Brookl a r., II.M;.dai1y..s. wcnicc Sundays. at $ .. u thorough knowledge of his an in all its meetings,were held] and'the legal number lettto escort the Garden Citys to PARLOR SUITS h CHAMBExisUTTi.
... School In :
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itL- .S\ud E School JackaaiI'H.S' 9 A.II Services iarljTlS. delicate requirements, he invariably delegates elected. Wo append a the field, came upon the grunad and TCESDAT, September 221874. '- ,, i- .' .. j :

Jatt J i.ckoeIrilie.. Mabo C9'CfY Eopal s.mday at(Soutb.5 t'...N.Eo ccrnerjiUIh1 J gives satisfaction to all, who, call upon' list of the delegates as far as beard from. announced that they refused emphatically Council met in called session. Present '.".". :" .:,:.. "> .-;Z'': "
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d CWUD a&reC. FUrpatnck him. _*- XSOSVU.LE.J. ,.to j play'; and that they- would l not .Russell, aldermen add Thcbaut.Denny' A, Huff, Douglas. MOSQUIT j:iS &FiCTURE '

; 2j.comer of Cburdi and HogM streets, Suicide. E.: Lee, Cato.Lee, '.,II.'Brown, D.M. leave the town. A scrub game was On motion of alderman quorum Russell present.alderman -'. rv ;'' & -. '

rvMr., "hlid- PaIt. Services every Sunday Mclnnis E. Fortune Bisbee. T. played between the first and 'second was' ", J-, ...
III all' .duck; ewc'unc at 5. Last WeInesdayiorningJobn. :Polk, H5 Denny caUed t. the chair. i---- "

Scc_ )11 and PiDUt.redI BapUM.I.CV.huTdt,Thrval street,beIrlacUrown.Pastor.. -Alachua county committed suicide, in Lancaster' Richard Jones, Wm. Simons nines of the Lees, for the benefit tor spectators Alderman Russell stated the object of V : ,> ,
IS Laura
W Chun and Newnan streets. and W. W. who had assembled in the-meeting to be the consideration of Pao
CatLc S. corner Sampson. large num rti1/t& i REWt
Fattier 14iU. arlr Mas u6%; High N.at.O$; \his room at the Union House in,this city. :the business tha$should have been transacted Suits. ,
$ his with LA, .. : bers. Messrs.Crowley and !hl t, rtb.o : PIANOS-ORGANS PIANOS- r' 0aaM
V3 ooAir BrooklJ1le% near' S. FairUnk's residence. by severing windpipe a pocket I on Monday night the 21st inst. Suit*. .csretoC Sulla
.C. W. ConinMr.* Pastor. knife. Folk bad been arrested as an J. W. Menard, James Johnson, ,M.I DeSot Club, assisted the second nine. The minutes previous meeting were Parloc ,' tQaaW
Having associated
with tie
largest
nyidf Musk
fast baptist.N.W.corner of Pine aad Union streets.Rrv. Chappcll. C. Williamson Alfred The was won by the then read and confirmed. Suit*. BAY AND LAURA STKUTS.s.-
C. B. 5i._, Hastor. accomplice in running an illicit whisky I game non-champ House to the South I un now prepared sell at mutual Parlor :." 0a .
Africa Metbodist Washington street Rev J. R. Grant and J. R. Scott. ion nine of the Lees. Score'W to 5*in The following bills were presented low prices lot cash or by small monthly payments Sola. Jtcmurmimt. *.. '.>S naKXAM1NU
P.dnr distillery and Brought to this for ..vW. ..and read by the clerk, and on motion ofalderman the Hallett & Davis Haiaes ft Bros. _, "L"'I' '
__ '----f t; .tAlue.IUIU"WA&" .iw- -- -- -- six innings. Mr. :BSIa of Lake City X..be. Co., ", i ; ...t.

Omission. missed but he was detained as a witness T. Garvin, Roderick Long' and umpired -- '" Russell" ,'referred. -to-the. .. .finance. W.11n P. Emerson and..tb* Soutiera aa.Pianos; also, .,-. ," '_.. >. t .
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: We omitted to state when we published Toby Anderson Under rule 2, section 5 the Lees claim W. w fcr ---5----P.5- ( 0.- '
in the case against tho man who was Douglas receiving, bauling stone Easiest terms ever gi vent Call aDd .ev what I caa. I, .
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Mr. Christy's report as Treasurer supposed to be his partner,. It rfas believed OAKLAKD. the game as forfeited by a'soore of 9 to Chu..L.et- Mather Co..books,stationery_.etc. 't27 I s 75 73* fey ia the way of'superior' instruments and low,prita.7'39'SwJII1' ":It.," ...

of the School Board, that the report was Joseph Smith 0 and announce be Dselr s1 the champion Columbus Drew,boob.statiooc'1.cu-- oo ,J.fl.OCHU5.ACARD. fi'i., '. ..
that he might have been implicated ; Henry VanDchleo hauling oa tretts__' 63 oa --- > .-k .If
and audited by the Board and JltKSONVlLLE. club of the State of Florida. -" 1' .' ,
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passed trial. No The bill in favor 'of .
in the
coming inquest was Dey & Co., for ._. "' t. ,'" f t
ordered published. held. The body was set to his family Jacob S. Parker -- Jam lon. For''some reason' the Grasshoppersand e7 .60 was agaiu presented..when; on i -101 Co.- ... ,> t 1'r. 1 .' .If.i

in Gainesville. .BEED'S LANDING.L .' I the Wide-Awakes.di not play. motion the clerk was instructed to refer A ,$ ;.;?,'c -i,* -KOTICE ," .. ': .' .. lOt""t, '-.kW,1sm "..
'ay.Capt. Mr. Dey to Mr. Fridenberg for an v.1 '' \ 101 101' ;f. iI
explanation -
"Allen KlnibaU In the ball' .
Bowes Sam. Anderson. '
; evening a -was'given
at
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Wm. P. Dockray father, of of said account. our Exchanses Publlshert and Printers,aB. Bay 51. $1.
The Lizzie Baker. I Metropolitan Hall in honor of the Garden It I Uuaown. : lot ,.'T' : \
Frederic Dockray. Esq., has received a II I By ald"I'DlLn fiussell 101 f. 101. ," -4'l;
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The'steamer Lizzie Bakera ain resumed LEWISVILLE AXD PANAMA.Joe. I Citys but as that clab saw fit to depart Resolved, That the Committee' on let 101 I" -.
from Minister Cusbing dated ; THE,ANSON HARDY 101 101 tj'101 -,
dispatch her regular trips between Savannah ;. Smiley"Thos. Higginbottom. 1 for home at 9 o'clock 'in the evening I Streets be instructed to invite estimates r V 101 4
at Madrid stating that young Dockray from three contractors mom .. 101 .
Jacksonville 'and Pulatka the ball or more as to the Late .
attended .
yes 'lIAsoTowc.! ; was by the Lees Iffiprored 101 101' ,
bad arrived there safely and was in his cost of building a brick abutment at the
terday. During the four weeks Abe. Grant and a large number citizens. m M
past Williams. ,
CusLing'e) care. : I southern end of Liberty street-the committee PAPER ,AND CARD CUTTERS. I 101 101 "
( this steamer has been undergoing repairs BROOKLYN. During the evening the Lees and their to prepare specifications for the .010101010 HH D t.D 0)01010101.
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First National Bank. at$avannah. The Fetes says: Jeffrey Grant, Auburn Erwin. Stepben President were presented ,with handsome same, the estimate for the lowest cash I hare resume? tiw manu tctnre and sale of these 1.100 I>Avn&PMW oSlO -'

Her boilers and engines have received price,to be accepted. Machines,'with'which my name has been so long Identified 10101CQG&\c J C DiJ01 : .
The Firtt National Bank of :Florida Hicks. ,silk badges by Miss Katie Gilbert. 101 IQloooo rvumrE ooaotOl'a:',/ -
the attention of Mr. P. assisted Carried. ,and so extensively circulated for the past fifieca ,
Bulger lot 10100000uu. .
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be opened this morning in the 80MEBVILLE. A neatly arranged refreshment table ,
will by Mr. Thomas Healy chief engineerof By alderman Russell- years; and fit JUaclit ef toy maitu/actnrr milkfrtfier 101 lOin-co WAMHOPSB. _I01t6 '

rooms in the Frecdman's Bank building the steamer, and may, with assurance Warren Schell. was prepared during tha afternoon by Resolved, That the clerk be instructed I*marktftu tkattn us my illmttruttd circular 101 lOlooooouuuootoumiBuaroiclllvloi loioioiouoftrnioiosoioiV. ,

formerly' occupied by the Savings and be pronounced in capital 01 der. The 'MATPORT. Mrs. .S. E. Lee, Miss Lawrence and, Mrs: to endorse no more 'warrants as cash ,eviLS my ftamt aiufJJrtt m tin cast iiug.My MI ,101 lOt ,.iet!

huH nnd bulwarks black r warrants 'except as specially ordered latest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER 101 lOX 101' "'.10: .
Trait Company. The books arrived on are painted II. Ball. This was presided over in the : 101 lot 101 1"101
the houses brown and drab and, the GaUoway.l'OTTSBL"IlG. paid by Council under its late action. with patent moreable cutting board,two all-tteel tempered 101 101
Mrs. Lee 101 101
thousand in "
afternoon. Fifty evening a plSasant and "
Thursday wheelhouse in the most elaborate style. 'Carried. knives and squaring board still hold Its position 101 101 101 101:

dollars arc already deposited in the The cabin and dining room have been Samuel Wetherspoon,Frank Barkley, entertaining manner. The 'sales from The chairman notified .the Council of as the FAvoarra Pirn Conn AMonc Panrr _101 101 '..101 lOt

vwks. ; touched up and present an inviting 'ap- Gco. Barkley Henry Bartley,Samuel thiS tablorealized a nice :'sum fer the I certain reports bearing.upon the assessment CBS,and the best machine i in' the market for the low Itl 101 '101 101

-. pearance. This work has been very Allen. benefit of the Lee club and the ladies of taxes by the assessor. Alderman price charged for it. ,. 101 101 .101

An Excursion from Florida. creditablyv president be instructed to interview the the MOST BBsntABu Cain Curtis in the ,
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The have likewise been '
Welearn that arrangements have been signs newly '% C. Cooper.Baldwin club and citizens. The dance I :,'','-qj
painted und gilded by Mr. E. L. Rich- was oi assessor in this connection. market for the general IlK of a printing office.v -" '
excursion Savannah .
completed for an to Mandarin and Saddler's the most pleasant and social we have Carried., Tk Cn.j -. ','fM
Tallahassee and all ioints on the urdaoD who his evinced in the work exctllent OaRa Cutter* with my .
from | Point not heard from. ever witnessed in that Hall. All regretted Alderman Huff made latest Improvements is toll
Jacksonville,Ponsacola and Mobile llail- taste as'well us considerable artistic complaint against'patrolman preferred by many print THE.FINEST AND BEST SELECT-
skill. The' figure bead of.. the ', ; that the Garden Citvs did not Nelson, which on motion of en. and holds its. favoritism,over other machines. .
Live Oak ED IN THE
road west of on Wednesday, SOUTH
feel disposed to remain and join in the .
the 14th proximo. The fare for the steamer has been adorned with a stylishfall Base Ball-No Game. festivities. alc1l'rman'TheLl1ut, was. referred to the For sizes. and prices see illustrated, circulars ,, '.> .,.'. .
evenings committee. I # 1' : f"-,
police
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round trip has been fixed at the owprice dress and looks like the "Girl of the The. excursion train from Tallahassee _ .,, On motion Shipped direct* from the factory to any pan. of the;, -. "
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of six dollars, and it Is understood Period." bringing the Garden City Base Ball Club In Short-- 4. ": ;' adjourned.W country' : _j t ," .'" .
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number of will availthewM4Vt .Orders koCciteo? and be filled Parlor RICH, -PtAIK.'-" *. Oamber.
that a large persons ; can by rctcrn seal! .
M. E Church. third scries The tides Saito. ;
Trinity to play the game of the for are unusually high. "-,
ni favorable .
BO an opportunity Address Pailor iad <. : ;'o..wSui
for visiting our city at a period Rev. John F. "Spence, of'Knoxville, the champion belt of Hie State with the -Mullet are now caught in th"e riverin MILL, ANSON' HARDY ,;- .: ,: ..,'

when it will be unusually attractive.jSarcmnoA .- Tenn., a member of the JIol ton Con R. E. Lees of this, 'itr. lT1t'ed. her last great numbers and large sizp. WeU located bo the banks ot the St.Johns river DdMcCors l2Scot ID .Auburdaie.Zaas. Parlor Sui. SUBSTANTIA. Suitl_

AYtci. renee has been appointed" ( -Young trees have creek,to be leased to responsible parties by Parlor, ,. ; ;" oberS
pastor'ol Wcduesdayliight 6 o'clock and "the palmetto been set .
the month .
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year.or to parties desiring to saw by the : njRNITURE. \" t Suits
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Medical.In Trinity M. E. Church in this city andis visiting club taken to the Metropolitanwhere out in front of" Baldwin's block.' thousand. Apply. at the ,, WANTED. ;_ -,. '. .",' .
to his duties Sunday '-State election comes CtBCV .ATINC biguy.a f A bdy bTseveral yean* experience ''
expected assume on preparations bad been on Tuesday
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perfectedfor ,
another column' will be found the ia teaching the unul English tranche*. Trench I.
tfie 11th Mr. has the 3d November this and Music wishes a situation as Teacher in school >".
ITofessional card of Dr. F. A. Mc Iltnus. prox. Spence their reception. The Lees, not expecting year. lOST.'Lasl'Saturd4y or private family. ,Reference pven if required.
This genllennii h has come from Baltimore been identified with the Southern workofthe'31. the train until 7 o'clock"", had not -The R. E. Le i in full uniform had afternoon a red coral breastpin with Address Miss H. L,Charlie Hope. We are prepared,tr 'offer'our .stock at

I, E. Church since its organization their picture taken yesterday u. ,. .two"pendant"tassels attached to a blue ribbon. The 7-aS-3! Brunswick Co-Virginia'. remarkably low. prices? at 5
returned from their and
practice .-*
to this to establish game 1 .n
city a practice .
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i finder will be liberally rewarded the ,
by leaving same at __ ,
highly recommended, having nnd bearing in 1865, when be was transferred therefore were not at the depot to welcome -The steamers Charleston and Islander -'office oMayorJones._ 9 26 it '. )".t.0. i.
Clark from the Cincinnati collided ,"..'.,
the fctamp of a tkillful physician anda l by Uii-hon the Garden Citys. The Wide- Tuesday- 'BUY "
YOURSELtAHOME.. I ,, "
perfect gentleman. He graduated in Conference' and stationed at Knoxville. Awakes (cord.) and the Grasshoppers damaging the latter A VILLA-SITS oa St.Joha'z' river is offered Sat sale. J .t'.
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lIe has been a'wise and devoted friend The Money Order Office i, to be WATCHMAKER AND''i :
the school of homeopathy aud has faith- I Tallahassee accompanied the excursion One-of tie mQsI'dcfraUe places in the vicinity of Jack 'AVIS'DREV,

fully carried out its principles iu a manlier : of the S uth, and exerted a salutary influence ;, the Wid -Awakes to play the sec- ,removed, into, the .alcove'on the Westside onvQle, containing 38 acres-about 8 acres ready'for 'JEWELERJComer : Ys" .".
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well suited to please even Dr. i in promoting the peace and ond"ga e of the series for the belt, and of the post office room. of planting.THE NEW, For SOUTH.particuLrs' apply at-the counting-room' 43tfr Piaeand Boy So.;''?' '. DEALEM E 'V ;*'

of East Tennessee. His family -The chief of the visit
Uahneuiann himself. We heartily rec prosperity the Grasshoppers to play a friendly game object jof"the ; JACXSO "VILLE. FLORIDA *
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consists of a wife, an estimable South with the Duvals.Ou Garden City Base Ball Club to this city THAT SODA FOUNTAIN __ '. - l AH kinds of..FURNITURE* .CARPETS,
emend Dr. McManus to the public. In'the La Taovrit -:0- MATTRESSES WHITE PINE WALNUT
admired
cigar all.
store by
a-_ ern lady and two sons. Mr. Spence is Wednesday morning the weather seems to have beep to have their. pictures ; and CEDAR

_ _. _ 'I3I LUMBER etcv
.New Jewelry Clocks Watchf "
Connubial.By of taken. .
a man good ability. of'discriminating was rainy and dismal and continued so : :f '-

the Hartford papers and otherwise, judgment and an energetic-worker, and through- the day. At 2 o'clock however -Blue cranes assume all the priviliges VICHY JIND K1SSENCEX ,'Diamonds;Plated andt :, JACKSONVILLE FLA., ", *
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Maay on rising ia the morning of headache 'Solid Gold and SiK! .
,learn ol the marriage of Mr. Charles this appointment was made because of the ball grounds at Moncrief of citizenship in patrolling the street complain a .
or feeling .tupid.A glass' ofYkitor Kissengea Ware
E. Billings to Miss Eva C. bit, both of ,. his peculiar fitness to meet 'the requirements Spring were crowded., .All tto: conveyances with a grace ,'refreshing. from"Tufiu" Mammoth fountain in La acura .ver. etc. .. Swiss muslIn ud white-goods nEsS", kinds atBacky't. ,

Hartford Conn. Mr. Billings is one of tif this young and enterprisingchurch obtainable in the city\\Vere in demand Services will be held ,in' Trinity all such un;,kasant sensations. 6-ij-if ---'I -' J' ; -

Hartford' wealthiest residents. Miss An effort Chapel to-morrow and DIAMONDS PEARLS AND .. ,. "- FOR EiLz OR kEHT-Crry; I
organization. : was and mustered into,active service. morning even OUR ENTERPRISING ; pRE-. : -
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Holt it will be remembered by many made by tho representatives of the The ladies on the grounds were pret- ing. Preaching by Rev.. M. F. Swaim. Friends Messrs.Gato t Co.,have seemingly spared no f",, FINE'GOLD. 1 -

here spent the winter of 1872-3 in this church to the services' of 'Dr. R. expense In introducing the handsomest soda fountain .". SALE.. . :: t.
secure lily dressed and neatly: all of them bore -The young l:1liei'i ,Mr. O. L.Keene's evtr id up in this dty. It is admired by everyone and k"t. "' :: 1 '' I'. t,.c FOR .>i -.. nA

city deriving great benefit from Flori Mi Stratton; of Yonkers N. Y., who upon their breasts the colors of the Lees. millinery store, tastefully, bung the sixla from il is pronounced by aO the ladles to b Znldf"LetleriNono7am.: :; ant !' Ten acre of bad oe the Kings Road- <,,only'i' tw.- -
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Invigorating and healthrenewingclimate. was here Iast-whicrnnd th ,
Miss Holt left many friends is a great disappointment, which will be five years the pet of the club, was present E. Lee base ball club last Thursday .' ',. .';, CIGARS : ..--*1'k..p.'- --.-. an artistic"mariner., ..' ,* .%" ., ,. ; JIDUTRABLT" -ADAPTED"- TO TaZit. ;

j>ere who, with ug. will tenderrongratulalions largely shared by .the community gen in' full Lee uniform, ready'to encourage -A party of sporting gentlemen from Imported' domestic" and of their own manufacture I CULTURE" OF. SUGAR! CANE.. ..AND.Iff
to her as Mrs. Billings, hoping However can always be had better article and at a lower ; .: -j; ,
in their first price
erally.
failing this sba.rkai
the boys by his childish, gleeful city caught a Mayport ,this Standard FRUITS OF ALL KIND'nd1 *
Iter connubial relations than any other place In the city at Gato& Co's 1Favorite. time by Chronome.ter.'rated _

and may be bird as sweet choice they may congratulate themselves shouts Mrs. F. E. Little and Miss week which weighed nearly two hundred __ _ _ &13I. : .f.:: ':'.-. 'by transit \ la beandfuly located'for. BUILDING LOTS'. .,..Fo
happy as a humming in that .
a they have another who.pos? Julia Sparhawk presented beautiful red pounds. 1"STibner'8 BUILDERS AND'CONTRACTORS observations., ,.0 r price and.>. terms" ,apply, to- 'B.LWFESTWat 1 ", ."

Jwufy-snckle. ECSSCS the experience and- ability ,to ensure and white button bole l bouquets (ito the -? and The, )Atlantic' for. v Will'nnd a"complete auOfttBcn&'0 huubet, dressed .> .' :.. Wallace's" aim' ,

success.- i Lee nine, and Mr.II.D. Holland,'scorer.; October, have: *nrri'ed'al -Mather -&-- and undressed,mouldings,shingles,etc.,at the Depot t -;orby letter,care A. W 4J.L\JacksoovtUc.. ; ;, .

Despicable Attempt at Arson. .n Lumber Yard.. Orders to be delivered 1 1WATCH. .", .- 0, ,
at landings on Acjcrr F BTM>CmxaanAT BOUL AKD l '
had also blue and Co's. bookstore. -
white for
They iHon.
Some time during last Thursday nightor Duval Agricultural and Horticultural ones the River receive.. especial attention. Co17avolSIEa <_ .
Society. the Garden Citys but they were not presented. E.3I. Randall, Chi Justice -Address Lor is]. EBOSN. Latest srj'c straw and silk hsti at Bucky's.FORSALE. .
Friday morning,contemptible of this of the State Supreme Court has"brokenUP -
made meeting society was held .
to bum
the ice house of C. '
O. pursuant to adjournment at the usual In giving an?account of the difference camp" at Mayport and returned with MARINE INTELLIGENCE. ,MORRIS .A. ,9AUCTIONEER. .. '-
Livingston &
Co. The incendiary ;
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place on Saturday the 19th inst. between the two clubs, we shall present his family to the, city. .' '4'" '. ,
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ARRIVALS .
entered the interior of the house cut a AND CLEARANCES AT THE roar OFJACKSONVILLE .' llY A.-J OSS ", "
the facts unembellished with -The St. John's Male will .. '
President .
partisan Academy !
Mr. -
Finley being absent .
neighborhood'first-class
Urge hole through the first wall with ,. FLORIDAAIUVALS. ;- Ia this city oa aarth-ude ot
Bid''yJ)], as'VicerPresident, pie ided. flourishes-the plain,trn b!! j. open the Fall term on Tuesday, October Ashley street; between Pine and''Laura wuiui..
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auger and then IJunchcd'a hole AND : ( r block of tKS&James Hotel sad sy> ieet from eat of
through the sawdust between the "walls The j umil' having been'read 'and approved No Umpire had'.been AclecCcd for this 6th. Competent teachers been'se- Sept..S.94 C sch. E. S. Gildenleeve. Sheller.Middletown. -! the best boardiDg-houses town,,two two, --A.'. s.l.

to the arrival of the Gar- cured.i Apply to Rev. R. II.,Weller sch.' COMMISSION MERCHANT, SISTER FRAME, HOUSES. i
. funnel the following business was transacted game previous : or Sept. st, Georgia Staples,Camden.Maine.
nuking a ; then poured oil upon Sept.24.str. Dictator.Vc&d.CharlcuDa.S. C. adapted to single or double tenement use'without
den club' The wires between Tallahassee Col. J. J. DanieJ.
the boards : City Each having six room bektw,tnfQ
ofrncrtandIse''rcce1vdon
and kindlings. The fire was t CXXAKAKCKkTSept. Q-An kinds consignment change or expense. -
The committees' Jacksonville bad been used -The secret temperance organizationsof and sold at. auction or private sale. cItdlng& kitchens bi L.attached to main hauBIM
discovered in the morning before much remaining standing H sch. Lena Breed Wheaton Wilmington ,' ; ., h' four above; six closets below and fcor above wiz ,.
of the society were constituted as follows quite freely) without, however, furnishing this city are, enrolling membersvery Dthwar .' f fire-place i* each room ia jnaia house. Each house
damage was done. Had the fire got .* .- >. -. Every: description of goods entrusted to me for sale having two boot and two back entrances and-drive-
oader : a definite result. .On Thursday rapiair. It is cheaper to louaige in METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. will be,disposed of U way on each side.with piazza across the entire front
headway extensive damage would the the Lees Adam's alo than-to bKrYatJo taken at A''*',',':'1I nd9 *.'ii ,/t. extending round the corners tfl'UJ,feet n the front
Committee Fertilizers. Messrs.Bidwvll morning,, Captain went pay forfancydriDb.Besides 7 -
have on doors also round the entire L, with walk height
been done the : : BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE ; same
to business portion daily by the Signal Service U.S.Army.in this city. : -jf
*f the city. No clue the ,,Johnson, !Mason and Everett. to the hotel_ for_ the purpose of arranging money ia scarce. =. e -'e :0' . of house piazza 15x30 running keA thirty leet back to the double' wood-

as yet to per-' Committee onPoultryandIarnStock.Messrs. with Capt. Mundee the final affairs con- -The, steamer Dictator leaves hero 8 : 1 WiDd. !. :' to the owncr; and prompt and accurate returns made 'WELL
Pefcator of jj or GOOD WATER,
this ;
nefarious crime. Sept. : 9 a = t1.
p-_ .Park r. Beitty nni Jamison.! nected with'the game, such as selectingthe for Charleston to-day. Her schedule i a oc, ? g ft 'PALMETTO BLOcI .'" *' and pumps within five feet 01 L brick curb,and sink
B 18 r ?'
Personal.Col. Committee on Fruit-Messrs. Adams. Umpire and 'n tiIng the visitors pi r has been changed and she will' hereafter 18u. :i : fg! 0 L, i; : .57swjm Jacksonville.; These attached.houses with are cemented within drain forty fifty.feet Sect ot each to-cess other pool ia

!. M. W. Downie is Jack Hardce and Bidwell. the arrangements for conveying them to leave'on Saturday. '- 1. :, :I.n. : I 1 complete order throughout,, having been recently
visiting Tues n 9 30 it 7i 69 NE Fresh 0.00 Fair LUMBER YARD. painted and .n1. The western one occapiea a
onville. Committee :ion Flowers.-Messrs.. tbcgroijmnda.Fhefirsi otdsof'Cnpbin I -We have been nn usually,, 'i .blessed_ Wed. U 7 308 75 85 NW Fresh 0.00 Fair DEPOT half lot-the eastern occupying the west half of a full
," 30x6 84 6. PE Fresh .oo Fair lot.upon which to a lawn with,orange,peach aDd tt .
LriitQ States.Manfcsl G. onant, Arrived *r!tt, Whitney and Ci>dringl6n. Mundee were a request for the names 61 : with Autumnal equinoztial showers ", 9 30.08. &> 74 ,NE Fresh 0.00 Fair CONTRACTORS: AND. BUILDERS tree and aide pc vines"i3 under thrifty growth. Also

from the North yesterday. Committee! on Enwmology..Messrs.Ev I the players.who were to compose the daring the past week]. The sun'rwat Thu." .14 *7 30.06 30.07 79 yy6EFreaho8.sRaIn 7*. NE ,Freshou Fair ; JLLmDA. ..' -..x > '- .oa Liberty north a two-stocy-aad-a-balf Fonyta street, between of immen Untft'rooms. ad, -, "

Wm. H.: Lucas, Presidento, he JL E. ret :Johnson and Adams" Lee Dln* navingreceived. "the list, be .little dilatory in entering the,first point., FrCij. ** 0 ,30.10 30.00 .'76'86 78 86 NE NE'Fresh Fresh' o.oS osS Fair tVng ,, 4 TVU ASSORTMENT or as built a ia private 1870 by residence the pnacat having owaer sixty aad ecapiacllt1"feet inacag OB

It Base Ban Club leaves. for the North Upon motion Clptain"Fau'lkner was demanded that the names of Wells and of Libra this'.Fall. It evidently didn't .', ,", 30.07 76 90 Slv Brisk ojt Rain DRESSED AND IYNDRESSEfl'LUMBE Forsyth street between aDd rieets fifty-two two and hundred alla1f.and tea oa feet Adams;withlarge jdiuaace

-* added to the 'c mlDitte on transportation. Beach be withdrawn and players substi- see the.point' .. 10.: ; 'r Barometer corrected tor.temperature and elevation. MOULDINGS' AND' SAWED < dstera, balh-room. pantries closets and water

Gov. M. L. Stearns arrived.in the city luted; In their I eteadwho** did not lire -Wo, are informed thai the \many NEW, ADVERTISEMENTS. -.. .--_FINE SHINGLES, ".-' I -t-' .ort three aouvt. ecmIttutaa"--ft'2.L mcthji..i&Induding.a UDall.7 _-lot-of-fundaare., ._, Alltue --

u*Thursday juoming and is the Upon: 'motion theTcommll 'onrer. tmtelder -fibodty'ofJu.keoe.iZI.*.. friends pi the Garden' City D.-'B. CliiK -.--_ --- CHEAP FOR' CASH AT -; "
guest : 'HEALTHY AS ANT PART OF THE cITY
?THon, E. M. Cleney..at Uiversjde. tilizers was requested to prepare and Captain Bolles courteously, but firmly; ,intend to present i.em''with! a. *- Eheep- DiL; F. A. r MANtJS, THE DEPOT XUMBER Y RD. having good and free cuculatMM of air at aO times.Will

The refused in the skin belt. be IOId_CASH at a very low figure,as the owner is
Goreroor will probably remain here present to the. next meeting a report. ,for, to niake any .alteration ._ !' i (Recently of BatimoreJ.{ : delivered In all parts of the city and-vicinity, desirous of settliag op. For parucutars apply to the
ILeLtweek. eonstdtir'tIon' nd discussion. ninei" "Then," tald Capt.' "Mrihdee, A most I easant excnrsTdri trip can and at all landings| on the river, at low ates. AQ ordeesrecctTepTQwptkttentIon owner, A. J. ROSS.JacksoBTiUe .

O.AJ Iluwey. .Esq.. .returned.' .from The following resolution w "then. "wfe,refuse to play.*' The Captains then be made' to Mayport :to-day..and' thePe i. HOMEOPATHIC 'PHYSICIAN; LOUIS. ",, j2:-ERUSHLumber '[ by SUM.I1aip1uly party,for fata t.An.Abo or.rest two small' hoosea

-tt9Wa on Wednesday last. adopted by unanimous! vote: separated with the understanding they iCan:Banks on Sunday, on the steamer I Has located in I Jacksonville. ,Office and'residence ,4c1S95l,#,.J1sA.. .' .6. .$74, .. '. .. of four looms.!corner Laura sad Caurca* semis* ,
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large ; : Monroe street,between Laura and Pine streets in and near the St.James Hotel
: of boots and shoes will soon fol! Itttolvtdj That nothing.be-'hereafterpullJibhed should i ned, again iri' about'''an !ioOr. Si\veii\ ;Spring.: Capt.Jones'"will,,do the on ,rear of Mrs.Henderson's boarding-house." o-&f, -r2'IRST-CLAss. FURNISHED HOUSE All the above named property is vyi..iaaI.l, fur.

1Um..e. as emanating from the society The avowal prcapt. Mundce that the all in his_ power tomake, ,the, trip* a t--: I "' Northern Yil.- .. ". T *wlmaeaantaBucSymUn. -

unless by special order of the society Garden Citya would not play against a pleasant one. WHOM IT: MAY CONCRN, b JA. ,.yuJ.z,' ; -
L.lIather, Esq.. is and under.direction of the To ,
ir d fighting sand- eecretaryv nine-with'.Wells and Beach'of, its number -On. Thursday last, a, gentleman 7" 'this day chartered the Steamer"OCKLA- F9R- SAL.E. .1 i ,
I: ml1SlJuitoe, at Mayport Ue Ii Upon motion the thanks of the society i and' chain have DARDIS. The boat i ,. .._.J. .
on ball ROOT or
was,considered. .as .a threat_ to fqtJniJ, ,a. watch the WAHA to Cape .,,
LoI&i4torecover
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his health,i0 of were 'tendered tolex-TJovernor Tleeil for 'myself ml.nbc be'responsible.for,any debts be may 'The Undersigned Intending to"re-IO Ms plantation A''D'D .
Jh a1orOl&1d spite compel the casting aside or those plat ground 'afc ,Moncrief. Spring; S hoold ,contract. .for. her. ; will sell his residence on Adam .near theSt. C
in5ects. a the fine fixnjplts of pears of his own the owner have failed to,recover the. ft.. HART. fames and Grand National Hotels. | Oa and after the'first of November
ers;that as the Lees hady1clded the PaJatb',11a... n. .81" O-S IIB' -i H.d.SANFORD ;
' r.cabt1-C. Bam has murned' to raising which he had presented to the point !in Tallahassee in thC face of a reiusai -property, the: name of the finder;through .Apply to J.C.Ca.am.&Y.tadI.'III. -' ,.- '
twUtf TfcrVATE BOARD
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Mara
thoc4y tHe ha. bee society, and he was invited to ? : ARRIVAL: NE 1 GOODS 6. 1874. SELECT .
atAIoow' .
Routh- prepare to play,. :thef would yield again. whom' additional, particulars may be :FRESH -
: University Atlanta and present to/the Society i at its next ; : L can be kad.ni the Ei-wly of'Colooel A. U. Tona.Mlnrdoch '
Ga. together obtained will be given on'appycation at
When the Captains came for a Rubber sad oU suits at Bucky's. _." Futsyta street bstw.am UWnr
ed .g he put y ar. lIe returns load- meeting an account of his experience in second consultation, the Captain oi the the NEW Bourn office. 'ot- THE .LATEST',AND "MOST' .FAHIONAL and Washington. -*

honors for good raising that fruit. Florida. "We ft6 learn'that Major t. STyLE: ANl> D\y BOARDERS
: scholarship. Lees p.rop s immediately-1, .com+ to are gJ FABRC': RN OATS. : '

". w. C. Moore, President of the The secrfetarjr wareqnested to extend an agreement ..for..JIg.Umpir. Tohis has recovered hi.boots and got the boy, C NJaD'., >, ,' ", tW.1ctorily. actosam1ated 1.4J -
and ,
stock ass
JULESBARATIERv Jas&Je'ely- prime con oats, : forSirthurinfoma&iuoiZ1 at .e..ns.o
1 at1oua1 Bank of Florida, arrived a public'invitation to all interested in surprise Capt Mundee replied that it too. '.They are:not 'his.best boots 'any : At W .., : JEW STORE < ,,' "- A t. .ONESstMiidcm..
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Lees attend"thVmeei 'TAJJ.QR; ; .: "Da.S.1Z. ," -: : .' -fit' c"\
to M-E1.'CWF': -
z._ ye trrlay inumh, CoL Moore. agricultural.mattert tbe Lee nine was not be altered, he longtr; In faci, witli tf usual number mmiiJ.czr J : .

La.eei'i b".e. thorough bniinew man lags oi the society. must repeat that the Garden City nine of holes and It good long pair of lacings LAUKA sum near BAT,JA Fu. Trunks and vaEfes at Bucky! -" lUyor J.'C G eeJey.: 'Fleminf.-&-D aU J). G
J\0f1Da t.;
t10a.of i 1WU1y years lleld lhe posl.a The secretary was ;aJIIQ]' requested to would not',play. Ue :declared;. in "answer be can"with propriety call them Ixwii.brhoes. Boes that be leave has Inlbmi'lils Just returned numeroui'patrona boa New,York and and b1 friends tabter.J.H.. licAmsvi 1JI.,"..,.. ., .dn'l'- I'

e 1rlU k Examiner ta 2ew York pat himself Inofficial correspondencewith t6 a'-quesUoQ: of: Capt.; ,Bofles that !. The cy' '..rcason' for uuing with him-elegant stock,of N.01JC ,.c ".. .

. mmedi ate I',UlUml the duties the commissioner oi agriculture his the field all. them are i heidiiTntthiaJcMajorL'irould PASHION'ABLEMATERIA1'WbIch ? .. NOTICE. .
nlneshouhlnotgo to at .
of JIIt iacilitale I '. I have four Boys aged respectively o.tj.13 sad to ,
h !915ce M :Pmident'o most in .otd rl t the obtaining f Captain Mundee,-was .jnformedthat, a want them until bis knee got well,"'and will be; made up taaay desired style,and ftr- years whom 1 wish to bind out M apprentices to.soi. .,I hereby authorize UrU.C.RICE 10- my
bt&rty plants and seeds by the member r T' .Jlt and trade.' AB of than are active smart bors..fA.- business sad eoBea fee duringmy abaeace.S*
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and v ktf ( N1 u to style.quality ..
cordially welcome such t Upon motion the society adjourned to conveyancerfor, .the nine.., would ,be Inreadiness by that time theyjwpnld, grow together )price.ftd--tiiftld, iukmea are UrtiadtocaU and examine theseare.aU Address MARIA E.R1TTEX.; : .':/.- -, ,. vt .K*? ,<: *,: ',' tWilItICH.' .
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ourSoutbem 1"II t ? sold.- .6. jt:>'throusti P;Ocr at home;Julia st;aear Moan Jack OB 'm*.JePL'1174 fl-iotf '
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4 .1 : THE'N-EW SOUTH" : SEMI-WEEKLY.. JAcKSONVILLE, SATURDAY" SEPTEMBER, 26' -, 1874-. .


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.: :. .. GENERAL DIRECTORY VVI PROFESSIONAL VV'V cARDs.c.; T; ; ., ; ( -" -.!' 'J "'J. I: .i L' '.' '. :'" t V'r I MISCELLANEOUS. ,'. -": i ; J"; ;VI.llIib1VA.V .---.

&*'. .' STATE.'Covwiwr .- > 1 V V : '' V
: -!M. L. 8TKABN3. : ..' -:: "P'00 ., ,. ; .. -.THE SINER: .;; ; :' : :f' c :

Llrutratni Oovrrnor i H F. COECORLV--3i ,. .ti; : .. l'f,. : ', : ,. .' .-
; etaorrtaryefrtsu. B. UcUX. '.*.VtHr'V :R-J .. ; .: : ; 1
? ec.m t.n.I,- A. COWQ1LU : : V : SAVINGS AN'K'
't TTMUOIIT. W. l'OI4T ED. Successor to H IcS and Skis business ofJ..H.JCRpWELL. AGAIl TRIUMPHANT.THE :: :

V.. \ i jArwtttvy General-VTM. A, COCKK.f : V tAND' REAL ESTATE :EXCIIAE.V V '
AdjataaSO.1IthI-lOIlX : .
VAKKDM ,
: Cooim'r of Lands and aUv -D. EAOAW.8upariatctkd 'IC : 1 .i ,\j" : V V: '(I I] ; deb.I'Tf.) V V V W,

t; iBt of Public Instruction-J.C.GIBBS. II" ', Comer iity and Ocean streets. U '. .. ,' :.1. ':" 'f '
Btau Englnoer-M. U.A LDKBOEK. ( V; : : h'orrjci ''lLoVER>t.s'B1JIi.DmfI( i.ursn '

SUPREME COURT r cash 'paJ : WORLD'S j--'i ; .. ;: .t./ -- ." JACUOMTOXB. FLA. '}
prices lor Bide, Skins Furs AWARD
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Chief Jartk : b fcertby of the of Tit .J"l111./: igv
K. Flrrida
If.
*- RANI)IX. ? Waz&c.V V VV NOTICE jiteu incorporatloa Savaift&ut* n4JCt *
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V 'AsKWUStoJlUtioM-J.I). '' i ..., V : ,<:7-1S.wI1. .. 1 the provisions of the law o/the Stats of Florida with principal place of business la the tiry ci

M.B. V AN V YALKEKBEBQ. -V, ,. V t V yJ-r, .- VV; -. V, "'. ... V 'I ) ,
AGAIN RECEIVED V V
Clsrk-LTMAN B. JXWTKR. C.lJe th or''m Bank b'Sulnii and Loan*,and 1he'pureta e and laM J WHOLKtAtB OTOllUHT JATAMAM fteqWHOLS3AU

CIRCUIT COURT. Att'yatUwandUfcS.CommV.' Notary Public. ti < I

....let Judicial Circuit-W. W.VAN NESS Pouaools, .ROBINSON : : : : Th capital stock(which' may increased at any meeting of shareholder caDed. r that pwpote) Ash IMaopao H'' ..OIW2y VV
JM .-. Pwi WHITE.Qncv. QL, & CO., TffE.VORLD3S: : FAVORITE/ $ of whkb z. per cenC shall be paid.la upon commencing business and the balance la laUaUaentf&
ad" 44 Wm the business sIlks corporation stay require; ft MTATLDRUGGIST
BKYHOX Live V
Oak. '
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V 4th R.B.AHCHIBALD .: sTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS .H"" ., : V VVV :: V This corporation will go Into operation July 6th,1874 aad continue twenty yean. '

Jacksonville. .. .: .V __ ___ _._ -: The hietust amount of liability to Thfch this corporation can subject itself shall be(250,000. .
lIb Judicial Circull-J. H. O08S Oeala A&eDC'1.1'hc Manhattan. 'Life Insurance* Company' .of V VV The officers of this CDr'pOfttioa'shall serre withoUt salary until otherwise provided by aoto of the stock- ,
New York. V Block
p. V V h .. '.' (. by..
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V ''IUI' V41 J..vr lA08EE rHlCBEBterprUs.DUVAL .Tampa.,. Assets >9,009, 61.:'".'Undivided surplus,i,666,6a6.9S. V V ? SEE" TilE FOLLOWINGV. The' design'of the Florida Savings &nk is'to afford to those who are desirons of Caving their moory the JACKSONVILLE FLORID/.
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7.18-1-3-91- ." means sately it of be ,
VI employing at a good rat interest to invested under the direction wdUtnown citizens,
V V AT HOME. in home securities,of well-known value,instead or running the risk losing it by entrusting It to
4 t COUNTY. N. BETTES SEWING :MACHINE SALES OF' 1873: foreign corporations to be tent to far off cities for investment. V I coHrotnnuao nmcmirnoiti srKuin\f|

t V ..Coubty Judge-VT.A. UrLEAN. J . .. j .IO.PJCUS.-'J"be officers' of this corporation shall consist of a President a Vice President V and Treasurer,;and
Clerk of Oonrt-OSCAK hART.tBirOSEPflR.1flJincEE.. The; a Board of three or more Directors, to be chosea annually,commencing November 1, 1875 and to hold office 1 V
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ) Table of Sewing Machine Sales for 1873 shows that our sales last year amounted to sp. Machines. until their successors are duly chosen. V
: or Htate SolidUr-T'A. McDOKNELL.County V being. a large IlICI'ease.OYU the sales of the previous }ear.((1873). ). lhe.table also shows that. .J; MsmHGS.-Regular meedngr the corporation(fOr the election of officer* and other business,shall V IK held K EAVINEYPVSVV

: Bolicitor-CUAS. BUittlEEa o. annually, commencing November i, 1875 V '
Jacksonville Fla.
4 -J.W. UWAIM.A V BANK Horau.-The regular hours for transaction'of budness shaQ be rlm9 o'clock.'m.to o'clock V
_J. O. URKULK OFFICE 8 till and till ;OUR SALES EXCEED THOSE OF ANY OTHER COMPANY 3 p. m. FLUin ItYTV"oB
Hocit7-Krora
9 a.m. la p.m, ecartrIJcjoalisw&A ti'entered'ln tlie book of incorporation and also in a book to M given to inc depositor.
," t CoUtet.or-I'ET.ER JOKES. _. .. fVrirB_iji P.luii-jcj--arr ca.UJll1'OC .' This book will be evidence of his'or her property. When moneys are withdrawn,, this book must be

1 V.. .BvpeDdntff8cb1s-C.F.'\ ,era ....Q.M--g U A.WBRY.4Gct.1on KA streets. 67601DAER .For the period named,by the number of 113,154 Machines,or nearly -. V V brought to the Bank to have the payment catered. DepoSitors may take out the money themselves, cr.!I. case UHC.B:: u
DziaiynssL absence or sickness it will be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book,; Depos : r

: Votary l"1lbdca-lobn O.Hamel, P. B. Knapp T. &' MARKENS 'J : DOUBLE THOSE OF ANY OTHER COMPANY. : V its will be repaid at any time*when called for,when there is a sufficient amount in the treasury uninvested V otherwise .
at the earliest in the order in which
practicable period be for.
they called
a /, O. P. Cooper Chsa M. Summers V. O, i '. ;..* ?-! l may The only known remedy for
Jrflrejs, Edwin lH-ins, Win. il. Ledwith, E.Y. / /I: IxraBT.-Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent.(a.two cents per day on|too\will be paid .

V Chewy,Thos. II.liaxey.. W.Bwaim II.Granger, STRICTLY WHOLESALE GROCERS It may be further stated that the sale of 187* show a relatively larger Increase beyond the sates clothes annually the ,upon aQ deposits which shall' have remained three months o{more In the Bank,to be added V annually Y. -.*.' /'-. jvriiJ* i.i, .

Jo*. iL Dnrkee C. Codriogten, W. L.Coan J. W. makers, than of any other year., For instance, in 1871.we sold 45.000.more Machines than. any other company to pnnciparof Depot!tnr.AccoAjrn : I BRIGHT'S
Wultwy.County. ; whereas,in 1873 the sales were UPCALUD FOB..Anyaceount to which nothing shall be adde4 and which shaD have remained. -'DISEASE
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I Oommlalenen-Ullee Price, E.'Fortune JACKSONVILLE: FLA.. V uncalled for for seven yean shall cease to bear interat.V V V V ,
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II. IL HOT*.T.8 Belli,K. Jones.. ACCOUNTS PATABU TO HUM.-If persons.die who own money jn this Savings.Bank,the money.will be '
Justices of the Peace W. W. Simpson \V. A. 49Goods Savannah and Charleston prices. 1 3,25t IN EXCESS OF OUR,HIGHEST COMPETITOR. ; paid to their legal representatIves.V V And a positive remedy fc/
% 'r Bummers O. P.Town tend. Henry C.Tison Jsmes 89"310 BANK Boo Ki"Although the officer*'will endeavor, by all pouible means,to prevent (rand,yet all pay uq ;'
K. Wilson., M.'1'. Chsppell, A. U. Philips$ W. L. ments to person producing the bank-books shall be valid payments to discharge the corporation. '
;t Com. A. Bueaini, Win. Gordon,J.F. Rollins,J. V These figures are all the more remarb'Lle'f r the reason that the sales or'e principal( l companies m 1873 are .CHrLDRBM's EHDCipniENTs,-Parents or guardians of minor children may deposit money as trustees for the GOUT,"6RAvELViTpJcTuaEs,
V .. W. aieuard.Purveyor. & KOOKER LESS than their sales in 1871;whereas as has been shown,our sales have LARGELY INCREASED. The benefit if such minors until they become of age,I merest upon which tnay withdrawn annually or added to
.' Cbai. F.fimith.Inpccton NORTON account of sales is from sworn returns made to the owners of the Sewing Machine Patents. It will hardly be the principal. V DIABETES, / DYSPEPSIA

"I of Lumber-II. U.Moody K.,W.Cone. .. REAL ESTATE DEAl ERS corner Ocean and Bay., denied that the superiority of the Singer' Machines is fully demonstrated-at UJ events that their popularity in SPECIAL EnDOnnrginr PIAK.-Deposits in the Florida Savings Bank amounting:to $70 during each year for a NERVOUS DEBILITY
:. J. l'rt00\Jr. *- V household is unquestionable. V V term often years will secure the depositor>cash payment ott0oo at the end of the term or proportionately V -
Florida. .
CoMUblrs-a. n.:il"ys, S. Wilson, J.. Smith streets Money,Jacksonville l loaned on, Real Es te security. General' V on smaller or larger annual deposits. In case of inabilify to complete ten annual payments,'the depositorcan V ,. DROPSY,
l t J.Forbea James Lane,J. 1L B own. Life and Fire Insurance and dealers in Pine withdraw the amounts.already paid in,upon giving three months'notice together with the accrued interest V
Agents STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES thereon. This
': f': V : plan unlike ordinary lic Insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture previous payments
Lands Plantations &c. Springfield suburb a specialty. NON-RETENTION. OR tN
V. and offers a safe ajI method handsome endowment tNCONTINEVCi:
easy providing a for tl e future of parents,children,friend, n'
1 I :j' CITY OF UCKSOBTILLE.Mayor Correspondence. solicited, 38swU. or the depositor individually. iadeposits,not to be withdrawn for ten years will entitle the depositor to URINE, IRRITATION.INFLAMATION

,,/ 'I' M -PETJEKJOSE8. Companies. Sold In *873. V Sold In 187t. V V certificate* for Jouilt the uttunmt ffsvek drjiotitt,payable in ten years,in favor of any person designated. OR ULCERATlONj! .op THE '
Aldwmen-B.A.TUEBAUT K. '.DE"YY.A.J. VB. S LOANS.-All moneys received on deposit shall be invested in first mortgages on real and personal in ,
W.WIHT U.HOST- C. ,DREW THE SINGER -. ..--7'32,.. .: '29,75IDcreSSC.; ... 'i2.686 property
/ RUSSELL DOUG LAB,WM. -- this State of at least double the value,or in other ample collateral securities. '" V
f: : V, WICK: L. I FLEMING,JACOB HUFF A. J.BEKTLEY J Wheeler &Wilson___.__ 119.180' 17..088 Decrease__. S.,440 REAL ESTATE.-This corporation will act as trustees sor tM purchase and sale of real estate'or the renting BLADDER ANDKIDNEYS:
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f :. ,8. B. HUBBA1UXManUml Domestic.... and management of estates and property generally. V ,
.'1 V ,ATI'ORNEY'AND .._.. ._.N.4O.uf 49.5$4 Decrease_ ,9,440 :
,: -B.FORTUNE. V..
.' CUrk-W. n.CURISTY. GOUNSELLOR.A T.l.A W Crovef&Baker:___ '..." 86,179. V 52,010 Decrease" 'IS.831 JAMES H. PAINESAM'L President. SPEARING.. 'JONATHAN c. GREELEY. V SPERMATORRHCEA

I : :4 Trearara-CUA8. FHIDKSBKHO.AMeaior Weed_.___________ 31.760 V V V 'fl"' V DecreaseV_ I 20,675 Vice-President( Treasurer V r: ,
; C. B. SIMMONS. ,, V Sea-side villa sites r for sale on Fort George Island.: The',finest lea bathing cool sea breezes, magnificent V V V
I" Office In the Freedman Bank '
new a Bu3dingcornei; Wilson__ ____ V Decrease_
111"47 V 16,666 _
'c" S fI9 drives over fifteen miles In .
Collector-PHILIP WALTER. Pine and ; extent: grand avenues palmetto cedar.oak. magnolia myrtle. &c.. &C. Leucorrhoja Whites ;
ilL or DiseaJieS ohhe
." Clerk of Market-WM. O ARVIN.CityPby ""J: a. B.AHUBEWS Forsyth:Streets Jacksonville I.a. C., OEIW.V Howe______.-.. No returns.. CFstima d) 145.000. V i Decrease V J Call and see the photographic views at the Florida Savings Bank and Real Estate Licchange.on Ocean street Gland Stone ID the Bk,4dcr, Colcujus Grarri

I. ". \ &: 1)lU 'Y'.Ir. l-iv I Cold Medal___________ 16,431' 18.897 Decrease... .._ sj6 State z-tf,county and city scrip bought and sold at the' FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK, :dust Deposit and MIACUS or Mflay Dfscksrge,,.Of'
r I. V ,;, V ?- Ocean near Forsyth street.
V Wilcox&Gibbs-.__-. _: IS,881 5 V 33.639 'De .7,7S8
- 'Li V Y&O IO. ,
.i. 1 M. & II. ]. BAKER. American B. II._._-.;_ .."V :4.182 V ; V '\ V 18-930 Decrease. 4,748 .. ,, -

.' i' Eliot Solomon 8.o.; II.LoJge Koopmon No.JO-M.Trots Bowes Regular W.M.meetings; Chas. J. B&Ho_. ____ _...._ 3,919 .. ., ..4.907.' I__. 988 i K1ARNEY'SEXTRACI

V .t lit and id WedtiOadavs ofeuh month. V ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. RemingtoD Emplre._ _I'. 9.i83 4.982 ncrcase..5 4,101 TOBACCO CIGARS I .
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., DOTS Lodge Ko. is. .K. W. M. B.H. VV V V .:. : :. _:
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Wsrgate, ; F f1oreoce.___-__.; 8,963' IS.793 'D... .. 6,833
:, Webster. 8**.; D. Jones, Tyler. Regular meetings Davls_.__ ., I, '.
.','J'' let and'3d WondA)"of each month OI-FICB: Recd Building, ____ 8UI : V fl37; Decrease----- .iSIS BUCHU

f; i,I.I Jacksonville Chapter No.! 12.II.A.M-J.8.Drir.tr. t-iy Jacksonville,'Florida Vlctor.._.___._..., 7.446"- .11,901 .Decrease..Vlees V .;'5S ,. I 1. ., I ,. ., .A. '* ,. ,

;1, V K. Eo D.P. M.Bowes,8ac.D JODe,, UAtd. W'K' B ___ _____.__..___, .30458' I' V'6osj De V VV V : -,Peraunemly care afl Dueasct tf the

',. t. .. i,. 'Vlsrinertinil Damasuns jOonunandery last Friday of No.each S-month.J. B. Driggs E. JAMES M...11... itflT07q3. BAKE*.' Secor..._..,___. ---V w._. ._ '3.4)0 V '311 Increaie.._ _" Vtna '3u8 2t995 PIPES AND SNUFF; ::: V V r :. ,

V ; '. V C; 1). C.Dswkins Recorder. Regular meetings let ,J. E. BramC5do _.._ 3.081 ,4,262. Decr_____.. VV 1,181 V BLADDER V ,; KIDNEYS. ,AND DROPSI.

V V 11. 'I and 2d Tuesdays of each month. C. H. SUMMERS, ) V ., CAL SWELLINGS,

1 STATE OFFICERS. V .
'. : I Grand Master A.J.Russell Jacksonville) OUR; NEW FAMILY MACHINEV 'I > VV V AT WHOLESALE BY V V., ; V >l < V List
; t Jncnwornea and
ATFORNEY-AT-LAV ; ? c
,t 'Orsnd Deputy Master-D.O. on.Tallahassee. : V V : '" ,
.'. Br. Grand Warden-E. I' Jordan, Fernandina. o : : '
: A NOTARY PUBLIC AND ; L.'i3. &NX&HL''F00. V
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,. p Jraod Jr.Grand Treasurer Warden-D. L..Wasgate Oakley.Mnntiovllo..Orsnd Jacksonville.. U. S. CIRCUIT COMMISSIONERE : New and Essential P.lnclples-Shnllicity oConstrictionEase' of Operation-Uniformity of Precise. ., ; : NO MATTER, WHAT THE AGE!

: .;' Bccrrtary-D. O. Dawktns Inkaonr le.. Action at any Speed; Capacity Range and Variety of Work, Fine or.OarseLEAVI.ttG 'V '- '. : ; ., .
Office. P I1c' building. V >
I 'Oran'd Cfckplsln-.v.John s ;. ALL RIVALS BEHIND IT. V V Prot Steel
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: One bottle
of
V says
: :BAY STREET 'between Laura and V KeaaKy Ftaid
''1 /jOrand.' Tyler-Dsvid Jones Jacksonville. V ; : Hogan, .rtBuchn.. IS worth more than all etoer Baths
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DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND ,FLEMING. V : V VV V
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V lit District-B. Q.Alderman. MASTEZW.r. P.PLltltII'lG. M. DA I. V ., ; i- V

V ", .Jd -- Heeves Chattahoochee. MIN & DANIEL .TEST THE SINGER .BEFORE PURCHASING V V ANY V V OTHER.V V < V'V ;, Jacksonville,. Florida. Price One DoBar" per- Bottle or She EotiTes.DEPOT ks Eu
Dollar
V JU M U. Taylor, Live Oak. FL V V
'fLIt. J. 8. V V
Driggs,Jacksonville.ill V V V V
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( .* W. II. LotifC Oeala.Dtb A TTORNEYS.A 'V TERMS PAYMENTS'LIGHT.The I V V V '.-... I04..DUANE ST. NEW
EASY
V 2 'Z. U. Meson, Orange Spring. T.LA J W. '- '. W3mTO YORK.
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t i.-. 'ILIa" Frank Branch, anipt.,I OPPICK: Reed's Block corner Ocean and Bay Streets I BE SACRIFICED :A Physician hi attendance to answer cunouoBdcac%

H : Grand STATE Jllvh OFFICES Pii-iit-M.OFOBAND Bowes,CHAPTER Jacksonville,E.A.M. Jacksonville Fla.I I '. V V V : and. .give advIce. gratis.S7AMP. V

1 Ivpaty Gr nd High I'm.-st .J. t. Driggs,JsclsonTllll 3-ai-iy .
-. V 41-IL'D .Q. PawanLErs, .
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V, Grand Kioi.-B.G. Aldi>raun, Mjriannft. KNIGHT, I : Singer Manufacturing Go. V : f i: V V '. t. V : .' : ', .
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.. 'Urand &- .Wilson,Tallahassee.AOrand A.A. V V \ ,: V :'
V i Tnasnrer-W.A.Yenng Jacksonville. < ? V V No. 172 BROUGHTON ST. SAVANNA GA. DRY'GOODS !!!: DRY GOODS V !V V DRY. GOODS.M I I .- ..! .
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: ,* I 1 ODD FELLOWS. ATTORNEY AT 1 ; } .J I' : V TOTIIE
.. it LAW -. ., ,
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Fonda No. : f !
Lodge 1-Wm. U. N.G. .
Cook. M.
; $ V V C. ,A. VOSBURGH : '
.1' ..Tucker E S. Jicgnlsr Manager. 1: : ) CLOTHING 'M. : .
meetings every Tuesday > CLOTHING CLOThING I !
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; I ni ht. : No. s Hoeg's Block, stain GEORGE FRAZIER Agent V .1' .;.:. NERVOUS
'. TEMPERANCE. SOCIETIES. up ; VV' ..t i :V >''I} ;;:, V' V ,: VV .. : ., V VV VV 'V ..'; AND.DEBILITATED/::

Vt r'V or 1; Dnval Division..1-Henry,Kuie, N P.: Geo. ; 3155wIJ'Jatbou'm_, Fta.C 8-i6tf .. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.: V i.; ", '. f- V. I ,." '.;,,'fl' "t. .. (, ,V_ 3 V __ _ _ V V t f S'. V tV" .VV
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'PruierJt.8. : BOTH
'J Bcgular nwettngs very Thurs- ---- : rf.OF SEXES.
$;'" .day 1I\tIh1.\Good Templar's hall V .ESTA i..ISIIEDlf.1868. V .,' ., ': V V : '" ,
Uoegs Block. ; -' V During the next : i? -
t r ';.: .JaebOD.rilleLo cf Good Templars No. -.F. ROBINSON, V J .; .: VV .. ". : ? .. NO CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL
f' Ward VT.C T; B.A. Bousing W. U.8. Meet cvj .; :1 :: ; ; ': 'TATION.
V V err Wednesday in Iloex's Hall.(3d floor). ,
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'4 .4 kesrua Lad,No. t,LO.G..T. 1 V' : -lLIt. Webster. W.C.T. O. M. PERCIVAIrg I, DAYS. V
.V":', Mirtv'evening at Grove; Ua L Jones nttf the W. B.shell 8. Also, NOTARY PUBLIC. and COMMISSIONER : ', .: ; ,; : ;; : / D. 3.; B. DVOTT, graduate of Je'mo,. Medics
U. S. CIRCUIT COURT. College
.' road bridge. V .'' Jr'U.'CROW'ELL. :' ( ,Philadelphia,imthorof several valuable works

;1''t -"i.rZaglL..Jem.. YOLK DEPAHTHEST.tlLUoey.. .- Office: No. a Masonic Block. s-i r -.: .. SUCCESSOR. TO- .1'('.. ':1 iIS .V V: ; ,ii.1J.I'.iIl: ,.. offer for sale my stock of Clothing, Dry Goods,:&-., &c.,.at say ca*be Organs_lilted, (which on ai be disease haswtoi of Ike aarrttchi Sexual ar sttidy Uris)

., 4 lit Asslslant Joseph Manvck. :H i ir tithe fa male or female,no matter&onvwhat cause s.
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; 4 Steam nre Kngiu Meoban1c' TtwJ.Mott Fore : :... : "\ t. ;iginating or of how long standing. A 'practice of 30

j man.JEtns A.WRIGHT, V ,< -'- .. '.. -,'. ... .T, .; ;,ER.EIGURES THAN, EVER V V years cnalles him to treat diseases with success. Capesguaranteed.
S BtMun Fin Engine William! Bays For (4 K \. ; Charges reasonable. Those at a distance
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V aan. ATTORNEY AT LAW ,, ,. : . '. "-11. .. r 1 "1. can forward letter describing and Tgdofhstamp
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V 1 Alert nlio.l-O. G. VandergrUT, Foreman : ; : symptoms
Puonix Hose No.J-A.J Rusneil Foreman.Ameiicus C'; .- 'I' V V ; : l- ; V V In order to close out.stock 0'0 band. : to pay postage
r. Mt'i f. < Reed's Block Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla.k 1rVIIPV 1 ." V .V. wfft- *> V .
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Hook and Ladder 'J' J V' V'V '
Co.-T. "
A. ." '
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'. .' \ .' I Will practice in the different courts of the Setat. Collections : ? j: :, .Hl ( !f: 1.: V 'q : J- D.. BUCKY, S_for tAt muirf+MfMt. ,Pries w>e..

.V 1 ,7;. ) 1 V *' I" Baring's BANKS.Frsedmsn's Bank. corner.of Pine and I Promptly attended to. ji8tfH. :. :; ,:.,'.' V'T. .' 'V '.GreatiSoutriern, Bazar, Bay street. Jacksonville.. V.. V ,B. j. DYQTT M. DC:

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Torsyth streets.J. W.Swaim Cashier. r '! ,

r V i Maxvy D.G., Cashier.V Ambler's Banltaj House, Bar. street T. IL A. FATTISOM. A.P.. KKSK. i '. < I,,1,;""' L.A.,: .r -, V V 'j'I, V;; V V V. V V V V V V V 'Physician V-., ..and. SUTKCOB 104. "Dmine'St;N:T.

,r-'l: -,1f :VV4 r', 'J "-/' w.Dsnny, Bsnkinj Hoase, Bar street,boner & 'MEEK 'J'. ." : I', SAVE V i MONEY! SAVE TIME V TAKE COM O.RTI V V
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"PATTISON :: : V V
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.1':! HOTELa :. DEALER .IN. V. .. V .
.1-q ....finley.Wand lmor.National Bay *ret, near JdU.Geo.. Mo- A TTORNEY5-A-LA'V. ,, V V -- j J I* ,. f, J.;v. .;i. : V V V V V V-


.V i' .JII .ToniYrowietr.. MrtropoliMn, .JfewnaQtreet. ..u'IJ'r.V J. B. Office ReQua's buHding' ,Jacksonville. Fla. BOOTS SHOES; rLEATHEjigAND CASES
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Mean Uonsr.GeNII street near .Bay, :. V 1 .Proprietress.ITionda AND
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Home corner.Fourth and Cedar streetsV &, IVERSON :
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,'. '1 TEDEBJLL GUN AND LOCKSMITHS V ;
: -.aofleoior dutomsla.. .1''I:;, SW! V .
SCOTT. V WILL KEEP olTAmi.Y.DN HAND NOTICE TRAVELLERS. .
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ptcu.cwr-c..W.J1LKW. V : V V VV .
I tt'ojj Inspector of Customs-E..Ill CMJI5S. V ,. ELECTRO-PLATING AND V GILDING J 'I..1 V 'I.! : ,u. ", V.V 'j ; .. V'V ..' V.. V V '," i' .. :
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.f PoKtttcUr Oolieoior of Internal:'.CHUNKY.Uvetiup-A. A. KNIGHT.nnwjBrtrenersJ -. .. '. A'LARGE: AND ,WELL SELECTED. STOCK; ] V:.:; VI Fi :).. H. I L V V ;V V V : V V .

,:. .",,. -J. W.GIL11EI O' 9-5 .V At the sign of the DIG LOCK. .. V V V V, .t-r- .I.t ; : .IU'j ', '., ., 4 ...., .'. 'i.-zu:: :;:,. V Vj < .. J.' VJ--' ... .."-. ,. t -jiili' ;'*, ,.n ...- .'; V __ __
; TTfc qw-mos.1kURRAY ESPECIALLY : I. ,
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,. ,.". '".. ''.';.J; V : r.Jdi.4'flILIP:. V. 8.J1U8JiR.CIE.Ct1Jr, oormr. P.E.. JOHNSON, M. D., ..V V V TRADE, ; : : ; .;> ., .z/,, flAnd i : 'i;-Passengers. ':: make' Close. Connection T.'I ,J 'I- -'; V 0' ALL SIZES NDJQUAL17lE5.

Attonx-y-J. B. C.
DREW V LADIES' AND GETiTLEUEM'S
p I; MrahaI-.LOONANI'. ' by strict attention to business and the wants of the will endeavor to merit share of their i' ; ," V'V'V V NOI7S-
HOMOEOPATHICPHYSICIAN public, a pationage.GOODS 'r: ; 'J'1..j!: -- u.i.I .THE- -'f-.i'.i'- 'J; -' : ; 1"' ) -' EMBAUliiiG DONE.WB.EN REQUIRED.ALSO
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f.lark-1. B.XOWN8END. ; .
P.fi. Register In Bnkr,4cy-7., TRL8.ER. AND ,SURGEON. VV V V '. .r.. .,. \} ;: i. V.1 ) V V ,," V" -: ; V

V V ,j, .., ______ SENT BY MAIL AND EXPRESS, r-- I ; tJTV! 'SAVANNAHV':& V I. V}IARBLE';AND 'MARBLEIZED V
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next east Hotel ,. ;
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THE SOVTir VV; ,
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: James Hotel! pleasantly situated in one of the best seven miles'north of ".' } 'J. : "'\DAltY 'PAPERSv: } \- .t:1': .. -. .
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:1.' Qf.QSTERS' j "."JIitMTfA. 7.T=>itS t.,. V V V neighborhoods of u,'the and dty; house ls new,with six rooms 1.IOCUcro,1,150 acres,.rich'hammock,lying one mile V r"i, -';,*:J'JU'l.i.'ii:; : '.I(' L' f : ".'S' V V f V V VV V ; ')::r; ,:: ;r:: :; !:rl' V, :0" ... '
; plenty .closets good servant's room;lot from river V .
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f' .1 ., VV 'V"V .,. "< rVVV. ., 105 feet, good fence, good sidewalk, and the street the river bank having'front of about tIDe fourth mile From, Jb lonowing'.cities pa file:every .day" ,JBEErTP V EVERYBODY;; Boston;
4 ? Is1rVErS: : : II F V V V ; V ; .; 0;" V' 1 V J ;T'R'E V t shelled: in bcar1n ;'s fine lot of young orange with large twotory framehoune..V 18 rooms < V New York Philadelphia Baltimore SauFrancisco Chicago ST. AUGtjSTtNE.
.; ; ,, S . '. .% s E T, NO. 330 ; trees; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily; good ewsbed; house commands view of the river and t aeeriy ,' St ',. ;u : ;FOR ,
V ? ._ well with back porch which Is with ocean \ ? Louis, Cincinnati and many others. '. T'-J. ... .
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WASIIINGTONVCITY.SAMUEI Gowertoc'IDCI. sold '
.t some 75 to too in number well
good and
.,t ;,' 1'T* BLANKS OF.ALL''KINDS. N B. To capitalists "desiring big thing"'there that holds:i aoo gallons,KV1("thoroughly-ditched, a cistern : Q "" .:T11It andSqrs, : eetiffnsin&fAt'JJfri Ryq'.R4lroad''! Jtl"t ; : ,;A. V ,',T.f tCW9m,

-- V FAIRBANKS is a A opening in Springfield'.'a few thousand dollars and drained;anal from awta r-Ucwse,running to:-the . .V ,. ,, ,,': 'V : ";i V x>' !ii L. J :1gfi :
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J win go great wsy'just DOW For particulars enquire river for transportation of crop- Immense quantities of .
y LORED. PRINTING.AND CILJ, WORK.CHEAP. of Norton& Kooker,corner Ocean and Bay streets. 1 wild orange trees on the plac( the soil (is similat* (o the ., .,I I' : l J-) ; [ f'." .. --j !

V V .NOTARY.PUBLIC' FOR. DUVAL. 'COUNT No.74. A HAIOMOKB RBSIDSCB V'V pos SAL&V 5U best'sugar- lands of CuM to which it is fully equal; ). Io. in ;. 1" .1.." ; ..,." ,t-t .".> .... "
limestone TbL Ei HOWELtC'
4 V abundant. .
*111. V f.. large'rooms and kitchen double bay window.oa the is .." place is Matty one of the 1 ,.\. ,\O..JUSSEY." ,.! V5j f'.. .<.04. 1 ] O..W. I.i i
V C lacksonvits;Taa.w _!'. :double choicest places la Florida and was.known.as such be : : : i ., hV.)1IVIe..it ...f. ..4 :_.. : -X IoBe'
V west,large double parlors piazza on the south, fore The .' ft .. *. : ? : i I'i.'
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llND commanding of the finest views In : ; ( : : ; ,IVI i ''tU -,: c 4 A .
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SALE. windows filled with sour lights of 40-inch glass and bung Vt B: Do'yon''want afsaug*winter homewith; V ..,.... FUSS.E' 8i (' "E-I"QWE-LL: V V -IV. TErgIt3atlo'w'V ? '
I FOR with cords and weights oa pulleys and reaching the -
19 orange trees and Saver.,In Florida You cu gets : : ,; : .: '-- ; Ot .
\ AND FEED STABLES; floor,with blinds all casings are finished with mould. abeantiU oV. ,ItIS6J fC lit'Springfield high and I ._-'J >? ifHJJiii.: ../.ur..r"I.! i : ,SdN" 1 1PPt1"to'
P V RIVERSIDE HOUSE ing and oiled and varnished, making beautiful finish: healthful,and within lea minute*walk tbepoac.ollice. niuaiJi-; : OIr=SAtE AND RETA.IL V ERSW..f S ,-, J : & l
ceilings high walls bard-flnhcd,open stain, double, on which to make It,for fa<., 'For particulars enquire > i.u).J.."' .. V, 5. 1 Vi ; V f' : : J.---.6-'

jrf( Vt -JACKSONVILLE: glass china,closet front doors, mortice lock on of every door in hogse pcn4 _Kokct. 'l, t V -'V 11'. '" V : ;. ., ;; .. : Vi't .;,..Or 10 .JAMES COSS.. ,.

f store-room plenty clothes-presses bathroom ,No, B. O. JtQ" qS. .s: ,' 'H'0": ',.I.E ,. s-6tl .PJo \. *,. .
roof with' from which .u9. A rife :
Well adapted far a fine private residence or.-Krst- : hip cupola, a charming trsrt ofJU acm acres deartd hammockUnd ..,1 : > .. '" .',:. (f "j'' '. .t. _
dan boarding ouse.' 'TWO stories with mansard roof, view U to be had of the city the rivfcr.and surroundingcountry vf ; fine front on St.John's river; two miles west .. .f".I., .. '" "
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three lots This isona of thlDQIIt desirabl V ..L.1I. J '
; ,making zyx IOOdn. river ii! .'. ,atal.tlButtyfc
it sleeping location rooms,t acre land,41 orange trees. I The611aC : young shads trees started: Win :t/eet., post-orac*. fronts In|he vicinity.ofjscksopville., ,WW b divided LEATHERFINDINGS.: ., ; .VV p.I.
C V V and cheapest piece of property la thisvicinity For sale at a bargain, if desired,f" f- > [ :, .' V V VV ... VS > .. '', ,,.' ., .I.. '

4 ., :f 10,000 Price half including cash,about balance. 'eooo l in one'worth and of furniture two No. o&. A1.Vtwo-storybouse) with 'leal,large Not46.>) 'Six acres en Arlington river,i4intDj1ieI V .:.' ir .' u '< '.,; :; :V y V 1.; i--"f irA ; : ; V : ;',!{.\)' "I. I;; tlDJ1. l lf, B A l,. JIo. ..,.NPL'V
years. rooms; thoroughly built and Mnlshed in firstrate style F1 da Ho \ v
I IV : with twelve'feet ceilings one acre of ground covered afa.,7.. '1 r- .. .I I, completei assortment of ke\Vorlc anJd'lhUadelpttariine! '1 V) 'LQNTk.cQP": VV Ii.. "

VV For uH particular address withfrulttneaandIlOWCrlpleasantllocatediwitlWl V ; V V I. J ,. T 'I.t. :" "I" 'hI .. -" -, The .o.mAlI .ic anaau'dt.
1bS bed aDd_!iityUih jerjr teams Ia the A. F,STYLES, fiwemlDuteawalkolthuailroaddepot, ; Price|IO/JOQ;' V 'NG47. ; 'MmOTAflflOTZLTbIS 1tt i I GOOdSa1Wa, : Y S' onV1iandV j -". : :; 'lned I small editiO of tie,Rules of F'scd
I balance ccotraDy located built V '. ,j Jltl{(. (l 'f: !! "
lot Urn of th best i"r. 'c' IJ1:1.
bmd at abs StabI of'lhe 1$4y down, on long irdesIredT French brick.'and Isa1 th4I .
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FJo-ids Home,corner of Cedsr'Ad Fonyth Streets. V .f.- N 0.1)9. 400 acres.' Orange county;" one mile from firstclasshousein every respect. For prices and I O g.htS: iht"k6nvilte, t JI;Sinuc1 Dujiba r. 8i: .Co. s I oepea1in &he Code of Prtceedare* ,_. _fi.JI1t_l

.W' Horse boarded u4 Welt snd for os reasonable If nor sold bv:Novemberst: ;the Rhenlds House I ;Mdonvule. Price,f*per acre., fcrms. ppJy to Norton.r--- Kooker:. "fl.. ":; : 7' Mlsses'Jland Chu1dr ii' FiS1oizJ'i : b.ttJ V Bo ni> Cbde (act of iJoi?'icy to *eeS II '
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