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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 30, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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System ID: UF00079941:00022
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"transient." To her . '. .- '.1 I .,..,::1.. Ii., ,
THE. NEW SOUTH. house as a was Ho For',Florida.. I- / L : .

t' told the story of the German woman The usual migratiop 'of ,Current Topics,, ;., MISCELLANEOUS.jJELLONVILLE }. '.1 'a.---_ '''I :

PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND who had lost her husband and she sportsmen [Rochester Chronicle.) I GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.. RAILROADS
Florida AND !
to
; SATURDAY. will! soon begin.. We have Speaking of'fruit = STEAMERS.. : .
a paroxysmal kiss :
that German
remembered a living on several
1 TEKMS SUBSCRIPTION letters from 'Igentl men who may bementlonej. as* ,an ,Early Craw / HOUSEDMELLONVILLE IMPORTANT' TO'E ER ....I.. '.
Salina street, Syracuse, had lost his purpose leaving the ford BQDY.r "a III"-f'::
I SKIII-#..ItLY,null suUcribers U-9 per"""""v North about ., .. .
, Ki e or ae copies. lj/x each j and aD extra copywffl wife but she could not tell his name. November xst, asking for information No, sonny; it Isn't'Dr. JACKSONVILLE: '
be sent* erery cluVof tea receded at one time. She thought if Mr. Cheney (who questioned as to roufes, hotel accommodations' that mounts ;the .treacherous"Mary Walker f. ,ORANGE. coWrY, FLA.5 .- If you wUh! a jcnuln.ankle ia the Wl1 of Clean I J MOBILE RAILROAD PENSACblJl AND-: 1
Tea CO;
mail subscribers. annum. rope over f '
Wiuctr. ** ,
copies '1.15 each; Twenty copies.per f.,60; Fifty copS her) would write to one Waters fares, shooting' grounds, etc.' This the falls;;t,is another man. *
lesfi. a tinsmith, that gentleman could we Shall furnish : 3Ir.,Tweed will -5y: 1 I. KITE, Proprietor.IDDELL v I 1. TOGNI.. will SUNDAY MAY .', "574, 111151, '
oeaca.ADVERTISING to our readers from' not attend the con- t: Jk nut u follows ., .. ,,;; _.j -- '
tell him all about the With this this ventlon < .
RATES: case. time henceforward at Syracuse. Kir Tweed "
throughout the un- : : PASSENGER j
Salll-W IItICL Y.insertion.f t oo per Inch cents.WEEKLY. ,or.less first Insertion: clue, Mr. Cheney traced the case until season. We have unusual facilities fortunately: has another engagement., HOUSE, -.. '.-... SAVANNAH TRAINS AND WEST TALLAHASSEE.(DAILY) SQL". ; J;
each subttqueat 90 '
first each i he became satisfied that the man Mey. for gathering reliable Things! 'appear' to be.1 Very in If you wish to tale recreation Leave Jacksonville ... .r" .; .
> .t j per Inch or leu, Insertion: information? of New lively FERNANDINA FLA. ta, rood came o .. ':40 pat. and laopM
subsequent tiwerUoB 7J cents: ers, who had gone to RoQdout, was highest practical! t yalue not to"' Orleans;; but one of these days all ';, Billiards;go toj.B. TOGNVSSaI4n, .* wia---.f.'IO-...... : -':55'11" -:: ,
tine. only the citizens of that Bay. rc t. Lake C"T ..........,:... Ias| a M
3cial.W&fl.to cents confused plice"will '
per
the husband of' the German bo killed ;
sportsmen and tourists,,, but to. inva- off and SAMXTEL'T.TUDPELL Proprietor.; "" ArrivsatUreO'1t..S30sod ,.3=*
TUMS: CASR IN ADVAKCII.Add.1 then we shall have ; > _' -\ Leave.. Madison._. _, _._ m
woman under his care. Then troublewas lids and peace.. 1 i-i.' --j 6:10 a a
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persons ri'3 %: ? ,_
ADAMS.CARRUTH & COt seeking lands with a It Is evident i"f*i, .. fonticeltt-- ___ 7:30
FIo experienced in Meyers view that a \Var' of races Is -Sp'endid; ludbathJ ,., Tallahauec. .
Jacksonville & getting to settle. We have .. ;] .. I "u. 10:30
: _., correspon- upon us ; but we cannot stop to consider AT-Magnificent drive or eighteen, : Imported Bass Ale on draught. CaB fat U t). B QaiDCJ'--___.. __ I.ao "
from p
had mile
Rondout. He in search dents the
cone at St. AU1ustinf'_ these .oa finest Arrire at QattaJaooc
_,_ T-51-L-crtr.- trivial .. .4 i
thintra
.. n. J"V"- iintU. flin .Fairs.. ,,f il.A...... Atlantic hearh ' TocNru --::- .aroo
of Wilhelminas and he had O' -- -- --- va .; the MetropolItan Billiard / '
many yule, New Smyrna, St. Lucia, Mel- period are successfully disposed of. '*J-Refreshing. era breeze*. ;.,1r".:. '-'.4". ',.T., "I Sajomu".OHNLfCL'ARK PASSENGER TRAINS EAST (DAILY 'FROM :
been so unsuccessful ; but finally a lonville, Palatka and President -It ,.. nH ; 3"2f'3111 TALLAHASSEE FOR SAVANNAH
Green "
Grant ; .
Cove, 'indulged] liberally In ; : -' i..g ". .-- .AND JACXSONYILLLfv" '
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friend in whom, he had confidence, the objective poiritsv" of all touristsvisiting" peaches yesterday\ 'G .r.emen.ot.the! QP &PING2'BE: !SJMME1 ."-.',-'r,..;. .. 'C.i:<.'' Lesnscb.siiiboecbee.. ... ,,_, ..-, ..."' 4.';' ....-;. : ...

wrote him such an account,.'as to'convince tbe Land of Ff \\'ers: We Jury: now'lorig is an afflicted people -. .. : .Ii. .. .. quioc1.r.-_ --.i--: ':10 :. :

him.that WilheTmiha had been made Florida statistics and resources a going.to,submit,: to theo repeated,out -BOARD: J. FORWARDING .... MontlccUo ladahasei. : __-,-__-_"""':_"__._--_ ''.::31"p ns
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found. Then he pa ked up, all his specialty of this'paper last winter, and rages,dead ard !is the"spirit of. revolution' entirely Per'day, + :$2.$0 ,. H Live lladi11OD Oak--_'__"_'-_-_'_--_' 1:10.so I
furniture he had owned ''Per week. Lao -,4io*M and9:10 .
from
everything 'succeeded in .
sending atleast $8 to'I2.oo 1.ak.Oq--soa.and lii
,fifty There is one towel to Satisfactory .** Baldwin....__.... $
_4 when Wilhelmina had left him, and sportsmen| and two'sttIers there. men in the Brooklyn every eighty arrangements made with araille*. COMMISSION, MERCHANT, Arrive at JacksouYil1eIOI5: --9:008maad a m and f.: otm.
he .hipped: all back to Syracuse, andhe' This'ear shall () alms-house.; Some -- 4:15
we devote Flee '
,our columnsstill gucst '? lI
seventy ery' .
*, remarked
the indignant accollUllodallona. ,AKD OIALIK INROCERIEa TRAINS TO ST.l \ tU. '
Rome "
through last
passed Tuesday morei largely to this section, and landlord, "have used tliat' towel this Open after June ist nnder abe'terms. 6-6111I '

night, with his two children, and! he :' doubt' not their'use will1 serve the' morning,. and you are the first one'to I PROVISIONS.. GRAIN.' (Tuesdays Thursdays. and Saturdays.

got his old place in Syracuse with his reader and 'advertiser better-tha'ri any' complain of it." :.\ /JETROPOLITAN: HOTEL ,.; ,';:''HAY., ,. SEGARS., :&c.: Arrive Leave Tallahassee at St.312.-ks--.._,- .--_;_u ,_.__.._.' ..u:50.rc.105 ala.

old employer, and bright and early other paper. of whatever 'circulation. The butterflies'are)laviog fh 'wn cr- :.Sole Agents for Florida for .' .1'' i.st.aIari----------- 12SS'.
: Arrive ,. .. ..
at,Tallahassee .__
last Wednesday morning he was en Our statements are accepted as facts ing-places for home', and after a "s a- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. X ", .aN1
route for Rome' and-Wilhelmina. and our recommendations son," \va venture to say there's'no place .* ,, eriU'IhC1DjcaI, : Piinti and *, R.OBERTWAtJtER.l'," 't
are confided .
Mr. Cheney took( him into the reception i in and acted upon. airy like home. Home, for instance, has W3! remain'opeD, A riDi.q the, Summer C f "for, the, accom-' .' ,White't- Patent Money Drawer. u. .. MAGEE-,.Aist Sops.Receiver. and Geal.:.,.a.oee2 SnpL

and Mrs. rooms and water"privileges,'streetBprinklers modation' the .Agmt for' ';* ,
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of
room, Cheney broughtin The increase Nortrmrn tracfliugpublkand, citizen '.,
patronage and .. .generally '
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'quiet "' .Bucky sells bootiand shoes '
independence cheapest.
Wilhelmina. At first she looked the :STKAMIK LIZZIE BAKER.V ; '
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of-Southern winter /
resorts, especially right to scold the servants and cut down .. ,
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vaguely, and then she looked more i at St Augustine, within the past two their wages instead of' feeing' them, Prices i Greatly'' Reduced: 'iRATE : :. ; VOLUSIA.. i: .- c;., & .W. I. T. CO.'S RAILROAD.

sharply at Meyers, and then-well, is many' rooms instead : I' .. A. : .
years, something remark ble. Pres: of. onersevcnbynine' ,'. I? AND ; ?

we cannot tell what happened then.. ent hotel accommodations'have proved apartment, an .entire i pitcher i an PER DAY, $a.yiand 'Van,. ,.Brunt' &,: Bro'.. Line Sailing" i. iets' ,., nOM .. f "I'

There was the happiest German in ;insufficient, and several: additional extravagance of looking-glass: and so FERNA. DINA.TO'CEDAR.X.EYS... ... <\
on. Altogether in fact liberal terms by the week,and FROM NEW ;
this broad universe hugging the happiest and more commodious buildings the best part of month- YORK. : .-
of all women. She knew who being are watering place experience is the getting ; twji-iga Bay ,.corxo 5 ; .flI. coi'ito. au. ,
prepared for the StreetacbmYIJ1t.Ftorida. -1jaw d4ry* .
reception of awny ''rum.if. TABLE BOARD .. ( _
she then AT REDUCED RATES- ernandlua no .. ; r !.:--.III ......._
was ; she knew all about it ; guests uponthe opening the season. .Anna Dickinson has been' CalIahan.-__._'iiJ s;; rIWdwiD -
and that Dutchman, who "knew dol Traveling facilities'are dangerously The ANK5 ----9:00 a!'. 3.$0 Ie. -
the
being 'ev r- ill for the pabt six months., At times her patronageof public:respectfully solicited. FAIR {---9JQIe. ... ,
Wilhclmina in his heart," had his re- where increased ; better boats will be physicians have given her but her <- Starce.-! ...... ............zzj Ja3.1:18_.
up GalIICSYitIc ......._ "
ward. And Cheney was just' as well suppled'and more of them, and better indomitable will has carried her through. J. B.TOGNI. Proprietor. DULKR IN .. Archer.. .--._u...... r 3:10'I.so nI .*
pleased: about it bless his At-, she is April sth. 1774. 4aswmGenti Bronson ,,. __ 9:49
as
any one, railway coaches. New routes of present .rapidly'recovering, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS -- 3:3s 9:04 a aa
Cedar Keys. ____
big heart, and if hestood, will and will shortly take a to 6:30 6JIt
on one leg travel be opened, both ineasternand trip Europe. furnishing goods low at Bucky'j. CONNECTIONS. '
and shouted There are few women whose'Joss' 'BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE
"Hosannah in the the '
highest western Florida. The At
'shac FERNANDINA
kl y, world w-th Steamer dry Point from
and on earth.peace, good will toward rickety wooden 'railroad from Tocoi i would regret more than that of Charleston and Savannah Mondays at 4 a. m.: steamer
Miss MCLAUGHLIN
Dickinson. Dictator from Charleston
Able RICHARD and
: men," why it is nobody's busi js ; eloquent, earn Always keeps on!band With Savannah Thursdays at J
I being replaced with iron rails. On est'and alwajs'on the right side she is 4 a. 0% steamerLbzie Baker from Savannah, 11

ness. There was a gay party in that the 7th' instant 200 yards,of ne\\ rail in herself the finest argument in,behalf REAL ESTATE. AGENT. HAY CORN, OATS BRAN, GROUN1 those Brunswick points and on Friday St. Uary'at 8,a.Mondays m. at_ 6 a.B; for i*

county-house reception room. had been laid, and all 'the iron required : of tbe.right ol woman to be heard that yackifmille,Florida.AH FEED PEAS CHICKEN FEED, At BALDWIN with. J P &U. R. R.from facksonville -
has sorts of Real Estate bought FORK, LARD,' BACON at 4op. m. for JaeluonviHe at 9:03 a.m.,
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been and sold '
for the whole fifteen miles yet presented. It ,is well ; Money In.'irested AtGAINESYILLkwth
A Faithful Pair is .Taxes paid,Titles examined..REFERS SHOULDERS in-weekly stage line for
enough to, bo, wise with 'the venerable Tampa; with stage line for NewnansvOle, Tuesdaysand1r1da.
The ,
Panic and Real Estate. reported soon to arrive.
The Rome (N. Y.) Sentinel tells All the remark that modesty is IT pmnl&s.o""to William Aster,, Esq., HAMS, *. '.
beautiful
following story of the trials and No" opinion is so generally entertained neighborhood is agog. Tocoi, which in woman ; but after all a nobody wnrns thing New Lewi York H. Redner.; Ex-GovA.. Philadelphia. G. Curtin.: W.BeUefontc.Stokes Pa.; FISH, FLOUR,- Orieaos At CEDAR, every KEYS Saturday.with steamer With steamers to and from from Ne Key*

tribulations of a' husband and wife : 'at the present time as that n.al contained only three ,buildings two the woman dumb, and who would close Philadelphia: D.'G.Ambler.Banker, Jacksonville.1 Boyd.Fla. HOMINVMEALRICE, West and Tampa.Friday; from these place Thura..
estate.after all the years ,' has now Miss Henry Tucker Boston.Mass. j-iS-iy-pd HECKER'S FLOUR FARINA, days. With Steamer CoOl.front Tampa.Sunday: for
is ago grown'to the Dickinson's ,
There arrived in this country four security most dig. mouth. if he could ? ". I BUTTER, CHEESE. APPLES, ONIONS Tampa. Mondays. With Steamer Wawenoc ,5rou
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years ago J I last Spring, an honest Ger--, to be relied upon in an emergency, nit} of a hamlct._ .. .. For stylish ladies'. hats ask Bucky.. POTATOES, SUGARS SYRUPS, "iwannee Fridays.; forSuwannee.Tuevlays.D. E.

man, named Charles Meyers, accompanied .: and the value: of which is least liableto It is quite probable that we shall, fit Odds,, and Ends. MOLASSES, COFFEES, '5-13 MAXWELL Superuueuucttt.

by his wife Wilhelmina and fluctuation. It is, therefore, highly out an expedition to explore the whole R OBERSON & ,MAPSON TEAS,. COCOA, Umbrellas and ..
parasol to be had at Bucky'a' .
children. They settled in Syra probable that this form of investment western_ astof Florida this fall, provided .Small. ,. ragged_ barefooted. d .boy to ''agauus Have opened a firt.fLa* SNUFF. ': .
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will be in demand for wecan receive,'the colored ,gent, with. ; a' ,i lise- OILS; SOAPS, .
cuse. Late: in the came bummer and some time to necessary assistance .
STARCH
before either of them could talk English come, and that, as mercantile and, industrial and co-operation of the rail "Say, boss", shall I carry your 'satchel SHAVING SALOON ', WOODENWARE, TOBACCO, BUCKETS, <' BROCK'S :.LINK. ,.. 'r I t to.
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with any accnracy, Charles and establishments have shown road anti 'steamboat 'lines, in transportiig'our for you: ? Colored gent to small corner of Pay'and Pine streets,where all the modern BASKETS.BROOMS, .. ,; SPONGES. STUBS .. ; : .. I
boy- MNo go 'way dare' I'se in'" appliances used by the best saloons in the RIVER 'SEA'MRS4---- i
bis wife went tOVernon and Augustato remarkable soundness in the midst of correspondents therrboat r get bo toun& .' country. can ... : #

pick hops: 'While they were at all the alarm: and financial' 'distress, and 'aiding 'ihem otherwise. a quarter'" forcarrin' dis"down my 9-911. .j' CANNED GOODS EVERY. JT/A'Pt i I '. ..><11 -

work in Augusta, the company separa. capitalists will turn their attention to l\oreover.we are exerting ourselves! self. T HE. CENTRAL SALESROOMSAN EVERYTHING SUMMER SCHEDULE. ; .L..ls

ted, Charles remaining on one farm, the properties occupied for such purposes to secure the opening of a comforta.ble .India pols; has the champion kind- laTHE >' i iON

and his wife Wilhelmina going with and build or hire for investment. dean hotel at ''some desirable harterl ,man., He cut down his plum AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION FORAGE.GROCERY.AND PROVISION LINE and of alter this line MONDAY. will leave APRIL Shipyard 17*Wharf.the'steam-,daily i

another German woman, whocould Capital has been going into manufactures locality on the Indian River, and we tree loaded down with fruit, because HOUSE (Sundaysexccptcda&So'cIockA.iI.fof' ..-$. I I

talk English, to work on another firm so heavily sine 1862 that thereis think have"secured the proper man.to he feared that his: nighbors's children Bay.Street,near Laura / SELL FOR CASH PAL AT K A'- '-. !,

about: two miles from Pratt's Hollow. i iHop.picking scarcely,rporn. for much increase i in take charge of the enterprise. Sucha (might get' hold of the green fruit and JACKSONVILLE.FLA.PUBLIC'SALE Lao AT' '' "" W ,

the ratio of the hotel will be available both for be made. sick."What's. SA TURD. and Intermediate landings and'return sane day.! J :
being over, Charles progress, especially as i every Y. 6,7-wU THE LOWEST POSSIBLE' FIGURED >

Meyers and the company with him capacity of the ,markets will probably' sportsman and their wives, and is very the matter with you, i Through steamers.for ,3'e7". '!";. !.

were bundled into the cars and sent be diminished for some months to much peeded. It-will, be sure to re- my pet?" "O, aunty I just wentto FOR SALE OR RENT-COUNTRY. i families Merchants are invited Logger to examine Hotels my Boarding goods and House prices*.and ENTERPRISE. :".1.SA ;

to Syracuse. lIe had no fears about come. Until the middle- of 1874 munerateany one undertaking the:ven.. touch, a little! chickey. .and the ...j .:;; t

his wife, because he supposed she 'real estate operations may be expected tureand we would herewith advise any old hen growled! at me and bit me TJ OTEL AND ORANGE, GROVE THE HIGHEST.CASH,PRICES and days intermediate and Saturdays landings, *od,return.will leave Wednesday.above a Tu Sal4s'" ',

would remain with the woman in therefore to be active in ''a variety persons contemplating such a movement with her 'nose 1" iuday erenipci. 'I .

whose company she left him.: Within of ways. As railway enterprises have to put themselves at 'ouce in' "When you..see aman so partick. FOR ,SAI..E.OR RENT. PAID. tff rca'fW ,COUNTRY PRODUCE OF ALL KINO. Shipp aern a requested to send freight down during- ,
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a day or two, home came' the'other come to a dead halt, the capital that communication' with 'us as we 'can, fur. i i ler," says'Mrs. Marrowfat t, "as never -"We win'tent'for the season or sen'on easy terms, .. 4- J. BROCK.Ageat. .. '. ;
woman, but regularly .found employment therein nish them with points of the utmost ILLSON & '\VHITLOCK. .
no Wilhelmina. Said to take a glass of water without"looking Bucky the best.h'f :'
Charles, -"Where is my wife ?" Said! will be used in real l estate and general value.-Forui and lrtam> through if for insects, don't trust TUf ALA CJ/ACOor ORANGE HOUSE, Successors to Thos.. A.Willsoa: s ".* .,

4 the woman, "She.Jeft me to find you." improvements it is'reasonable to .- ._ him-he's 'on"'his '!way to'a'drun rd's Near MeUonvDIe,.Orange *Ccr.,,Florida b -'WULns us OF SEHEDULE. r M..

And Charles Meyers lost his wife. expect that building will be active.In She is Fallen. WITH' THE FARM 'ORANGE 'Aim GRAIN. FLOUR AND FEED CHANGE --' :
u_ _, crave. ,: GROVE ,. ,
"I-uuIu not nna ner the midst of the railway mania She is fallen. We NURSERY ATTACHED., -
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in Vermont ; ma'y'now do stitch ...f nnr, "jo. '
pause Detroit'bo's not "A :> >I'ttP# PotntlbavHig been tnthdrawa
--- ---- --, steamer or
he could the say Te ol -
not find her in building improvements exceeded before that .
Augusta ; he splendid prodigy which in time nine Summer repairs, '' -'tU .i
could not find her in magnitude and ornate character towered for centuries saves but yell' out ; THIS PROPERTY IS MOST ELIGIBLY CORN MEAL, HOMINY, CRACKED ,
anywhere For among us like "Here fi.'la'II, jf ye don't yank this LOCATED# mile* from ,the. teami : ; eN
two years did Ihe unhappy man search anything ever known before, both .in some ancient ruin whose frown, terri old rent.togetlier: pretty sooa the hole!! boat Landing on Lake Monroe CORN; RYP. ,'MEAL., 'GRAHAM rHESTEAMERDICtAT9R':4';' : 'i'.' .
for '
the New
lost York' and 1
fied
Wilhelmina. Philadelphia. If the its
Every cent glance magnificence attrac will '
he be all,over riiy: clothes. FLOUR,CRACKED WIIEA T&c.StROLL CaPtAIN LEO VOGEL. "vr
could spare from the support of his therefore so much solid capital: preferred ted., Grand, gloomy and peculiar FOR. INVALIDS THE CLIMATE CANNOT:lEE ; "
children he real A: rich but parsamonious: old gentleman SURPASSED-while no part of Florida Cum-. Wmiindl further otke,leave CttARLESTON i
devoted estate a'time she :
at when her
to advertising for i high sat upon virgin throen an austere -: I ,bines so m.tny advantages to the grower, SAWING. & WOOD-TURNING1. .
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mlhelmina. Time and again he heard rates were paid by railways for money, and ancient mansion, wrapped In I, on being taKen to task for of TROPICAL FRUITS. TOORDE3LWo"od' TESDAYmnin.ISVANAH ycWD .

of women, alive or dead, who were what may we exp ct-no'w when confidence the solitude of her o\\.nSi: gl -blessed-' uncharitableness, 'said' "True, .,.1'don't : NtDA r d;arriviiogiB JAClON ;

supposed to be Wilhelmina in railways checked and ness. A : give, 'niuc but, if'yu, only Knot sold before the FIRST MONDAY ia MARCH Sawed, Split, .and Delivered : every THURSDAY. ;:1. *".
and time the ,tempest upon, the rostrum, a next the property will on that day be offered at public .
after time he hunted them regularly accruing surplus will tornado at the knew how it.hurtsvhen I give .anything sale to the highest. bidder. Apply to ,. : ,: ; ,iT. '
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to polls
in
find
go more a vortex
'no up sociallife you wouldn't wonder '! FLEMING & DANIEL, by Cord or Load.- :: R.ET 17 R N &Gf.
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Wilhclmina He saved an,extra largely than ever into this channel ? ) whirlpool, a' ''maelstrom, a Attorneys : J ,; I. ;
penny to Let men what choose A Brooklyn girl who h:1s been read Ron*Block Bay Street.opposite our Mill and WharJACKSONVILLE. j
keen? a light at the window say they about c1oud.burstt'.a rapid old girl generally, Jacksonville Florida. Will leave '
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for Wilhelmina, and he was up the squandering! of capital on the she'seemed J\v3)'s\ as'to virtue a: very ing 'somebody's' "statement1. ,'* went I Ociur8.z8_.. ; tf : .j" ',- .' '.: .fLA.. 'nd JACISONVtLLE ARDAV'mOridai: ." .
with
the lark to pray-after he'.had frontier, the architectural 'monumentsof iceberg. Erotic passion.! :1d" into a.rJ..-goo s store tl'uothet: day .' suit tide.FERNANDINA arriving : '
shades same
looked apparently and' asked ( AU of braids and chignons alBucky's.4 T. A. Witsox.'. is-66'' w.A.wiriTtocic t t 'day .
down the street to see if there the era just closed, both in New no course;,through1] lien, yelps or'a. ,'yard< of JDP':1re! ': ''j 'T', I i SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON every SUNDAY /

came his poor Wilhelmina. 'Some- ,York' and JPhiladelphja, exceed any, theybowed.wltb: ,Jhe; icebrook's tern. lace. 0 R S A I, E: BANK : '' :i" ; .";, I ,. "," .. ",.p: ,lt I I
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times his fcllow.workmen would ,say thing in our anna! : The: leading! per< Scorning her own day and.'geh-/' It is often.jnteresting: ,jo-trace, the p It' SAVINGS ; '. { I

to liny; ''WeH, Charlie, 'our wife feature: in that era was the remarkable eration, she seemed bent,.as far as in origin of curious, expressions." Now, :.f1t. i, ''OJ., /, ,.V',' '.f.ity?.. .. .',Lr*,'Ii"'A.. .'p'. THE FREEDMAN-S' SAVINGS&TRUST:'CO., THROUGH, .!r, : T' CKETS;ING' Ar'BItiioriD; I
must be dead development i : JJ It': t. : .t" .J. -'. .' 'v '"
her iruh&recerit I i.
or you would hear from of'enterrse; in American lay, of thwarting posterity by lejters.fronj Iceland.we .: ", ', .

her; and he 'would shake his head capital chiefly attributable to theeflbrjs leaving no copy of herself} and .tra-J; s e.at once'whence.-came'Uhe lately Three small Farms, near the City limits': !. ". JACBSOXVILLBaaAxcri.. ., ,; ;' L"AGENTS'! : ; lu.ticLVV1VLafOThIrieStaSi'

!-Ud say, "May be but I of BostonVNew York and dition has it that when popular.slang 'phrase':1: -"How 'does ,3 ; ::' I :' .; tl' ,'
11.It CA__ !_, ,. don/_believe_ : Phil. Moses nro- 'Om: or TEN'ACRES. TVfWMit-. or-ny;, amount. .recelyed. Cr.m.; I.:Individuals._ .. -
'n, *""" ..'lmes jncy would say adelpma. And, while men have been claimed the Decalogue she, moved an althing'work, /' '' ; Cleared land; no other improvements.- business firms and societies,.on whkhllnteresl wilt be .BRAINARD i. .SavamauV "

Uarlie, your wife 'has inveighing J: against the { amendment Ah : citizen allowed ,, i,:. : JEFFREYS';8RO.&SOKr iaBdIii.ul l.
b gone off to I Increasing# pow. to the! seventh, commandment amiable of'Burlington: ONEOFTwENTY11 .- s 1.0 ;_;, 'x ,
tt with another :iman; you'willnot er of corporations is beyond! denial contemplating such'a conditionof called .to.seeanotber: who ,was danger: :; About fifteen acres In cultlvidon. 500 grape!vines.and D.posits may be'sen: by express; la current fiinds ., iJEFFREYS: &BRa,Jactoo*' ;

hIS, wrany more!'. and'he vould slap' that the, latter. .have given 'tone and human 'affairs as would! in a short o sly ill. l Aitracted.py a Jqt ve;,,pair piaces fruit trees for:gardening.-underdrained:clay subsoil- ; one D;of-"'the. best, or by Bjail,'In postal money orders and bank drafts': "'.' w' R. J. AtASP.' .: '. ,

I j lv shout hands earnestly together and fair-' shape to real estate improvements, time have ,brought the world to an of?{; boots1iti? theroom ,of the invalid, ONE OF:TWENTY ACRES.. / The'Bank is'open daily&om 9 A..'''s.to,t'r': M.4.;.also, ; ., TA: PAc S'Ao5usdae'.t. "

don' "No, sir-ecl I She never and that very much even.ofthe: commonest ending. But she i is fallen. Amid the 'the sitor tried them on; when' tnrn About four acres 1 in cultivation., balance good .pins on Saturday evenings.,for, deposits only, fr9mi.o'to '531..: *1 ') ";': 'J ,. \

J ,dodot. Pos, I knows dot buildings would have been crashing; thunders'of her. o.ming'dowr/ ing to.the sick"man: with, much' .sympathy woodsjonKing.roadDeatf!: ', 'CALL.' C.c.aim cOWNL sn. ....,,. 'clock.: '.. ; u.f. "'' ">. : .' ,-i .
ROman
Iftlt dot Wilfielmina ;.I.knows her Impossible without them. we were lost in.such amaze as to be he'remarked' : "Supposing the:: I- lfl,Real'Eatate., ', Wftcbca's i Building., .I Bay' St. ,, 4.;.; J.JT..SWAIM. Cashier. WAN TO RENT. .',, <:':
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mine heart." Some prodigious Teal estate improvement incapable of comment. '''Even, now; it worst to happen, I'll take these boots." : 'r h' -. 'J"" N -. .... ,;,!.., I
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After two years of schemes are. incredible. :: T TEALTH, WEALTH,; /: N,: ;DOBBINS, : i..l --. .
In .faithful/unavail, l, making their seems The iceberg ofvirtue A soldier'oi"a avalry'tegirneit'irbroUght A. i ; <: w.. : 4, CONVENIENT WELUG"J# : ,
; search, Meyers gave up in despair appearance, which, ten years ago.I in melting in the.embrace of passion : for stealing a comrades f" /' f
up. FIRSTCLASST, CENTRAL lOCATION5.
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the and not being able to withstand Philadelphia would have been pronounced i I But the telegraph1 tills' the. liquor ration' ''He was an IrisHman, -ANDi I : CUNSMITH.'LOCKSMITH.? : ': ._ .... IN ., FORA. SMALL..FAMILY. .; t ;..;-
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which his surroundings in more visionary than any of woful story;. and ;jf we would say ,"a and his defence was, unique : "I'd besorry'jhdade AND"GENERAL. JOBBER; .PERMANENT AND CARE .' EA.> ,.
gnenseconstantly( the Pacific RECREATION ,".." .
called new railroads but Titan sink 1 I .
afresh we Titaness If -
up now are a ;. we i ,suiT, to be called, [a &rziei 'f' ,-
..uuL oolchs, children andwent, to Roq. both possible and probable. The would: s'pare'echer we'must believe thafe. I 'put"that liquor in the same, ,t Bay and Hop Streets Ap.athe, rTjOBiDA"SAVINGS'BANK. ,,

lIIau Fou''ears-ago this fall, a.wb- floodgates of capital seem to have beer Bessie. Ah, Susan, ,_ how < grandly b uJf'!! and mine was. at the,bottom ,; : LANDS ,FOR ; ,,...., ., jACKSONViLLE. FtORIDA.. L. .COAN .' -

at Xome asbrpught the county-house opened of late years .in this city, and and grimly you came down 'from the and sate r I, was, obliged to drink his' ORANGE'.' GROVES, COLONIES; ,' .. '-.:Ot-- W ,. .

burdens: partially insan with the if the panic does not effectually close pre.h sto 'ic times! fitting in the lapse to get tmiDe.'' : FARMSMARKETGARDENSVILLA ,'.--. SEWING MACHINES 'CLEANED'AND :,OF THE PEACE" : : '

ettI1 of a great grief. She. was them again, our'city will be splendid of agesl! That you shpa Id have, '.lapsed ,A''certain deputy sheriff in, ':Keene .'. ,SITES,. /TpWN.H: ", : ,. : REPAIRED. I, ;' JUT ,I., '

_harmless, but hooelcsslv. ._ crVn.fcr 'ly rebuilt in all its 'into other laps .. : .. .,' I'U'' .
-.-". :she --" -"" '-. _. .leading features. and become 'a Karl la habit, ''when 'an thinst occnfred ; 't' .' <0.". LOTS." ,. ,-' ...". :-- ,.'. ., ., ; ,1 'I
benel could give 'no Account of The times are noW' favorable to build' spectacle Bessie' and a' salvation to ORDERS. rxoir TkErcouNTRY PROMPTLY; ; LOi'ARYt. . to him. he had ; -
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forgotten
She did :to FOR SALE ON SANFORD'S GRANT. ", "' ATTENDED an.' '"' .<
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kW* who she ingjmprovementsj .the as to terrible Office in SOLARYE'S BLOCK,'
enormous Bessie
1tuor tocontemplate' state of lifs ", 1" 'r .
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qu.ick'1t srng ,
where she drain of : ghliaa\d\ t I" 'tSlnford' ,' I ; :: ;q 1 .
'carae from, and capital for railway enterprises Tbere'fs.but.one LM1OORE.AcL'r '
only con : .CoraerBA awlPINEstreeas.
with' ,
Iiiforeiii'ger "
rtmembered: extended andl.prefacing j "
tN he is at an end and the hi : :': : ( : -
had ay the
once hu splation terrible j
is I.SATIFACTIONGUARANTEFIJ
community "Shejomped' .
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: story his remarks with the exclamation -- rr. !f'. JaeVsoBvUkiFJaeU'lCentraHy
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that she lost really no for, ; r '' .
had the : .
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him.
Under 'panic, pretty rqulck.y"Let .be -
property as i J. )
kind Vy.the] way/ ,Jt eiDg : SALE OR &ENTV .. > tb:OCb I I :
) ,op e ; ': c ,
care' she 6lowlr bet. having only) changed )ands thanul'or'the of that FOR' .' "' .' -' ; E ::3
grew celerity l I : :
jump. his pN' LAK1E"MOQE. :
and
auly as- crier, ..to, give,notice.of '
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as hefclt'thore _.nrl I. I' : <
surplus .
familiar capital\ will It showed that : :; '''
lie with : soon again there t'n the R SA'LEV i
? reap. was'y : ;
theopening of tie courthe 1'a :i" .
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began ,
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in the : I
her market and : J
mind pear the ;
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slowly re- great build. old gir] some of( the i activity; of her uHe'ai \ t, ..T":; 'TT I'/- TCIS9NYILLE.t
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its Sways She ers will have their,hands antediluvian \peii9ns havjpg ,|to- ,40 A House and. Lor.beauOfuHy located; I*jh :rofJaciaoavfl1e'Tbebonsc : '. 'c. ', .1655I.
days if it: uweottapl..tthe Steamboat.Landing i *
tnore about rcfncrabered strengthened: does not establish J before the Court of Common :Pleas; : .''>; ...'." ; .

two children her but husband and about fc":I have to ,an i extent-.hitherto) .unknown, \We, her desire to sail 'again: an Ice will) ..draw }nigh.and; aken.to the evi SANFORD;' .* ,: 'I"I Is large" '. ,.well fintslied...." ,,.and... located ind 8t1 M aQ'ci ppolBUaemMt
now'a
she tou1d bow she lost them ; clear, traclcbefore'usto berg through the ;ardent seas. But she denceHere:: hesat down ,but' ; '. (,, ;-. '" 1': AIJIO. ,. J fitted,up with modern Inprfvenwtits oj Inquire of I j. ,; wW remain tSl.l f
not tfll. She (or the Centennial i is fallen : rc- < ,. et ,., ;'.
prepare ) 's
and wa gentle bjr'vthe \\"r"Cueag: < :1 !ntl.. of d ?> ro, p" J
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industri membering'tha!'hc.had forgotten" the: twenty.acres.* dcsirab') .Jtf : O IC.JacklOnYille'.FJa. '
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!athtra us, and became In time general: improvement of the city.- _-. \ TR SlEJJT BOARD. .? iV :.
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In tnates favorite, not only with' the: PhiL Fret;. ,When the Arkansas: : censun-taker exclaimed finishing c instantly arose and twtntory house: with. Urje- dining-room. a"'det'tdie 'AI .'N. MARR," ,: ''::;: :"PERiDA! "' ntl .
bat next: : ,: By 'the.wayG'ods.'wethC'StateI" : .- "i'J.n'WEL' "
with) the matron and her -',- goes around he will find Peter' ,' Suitable for aBoaih1ng.housc.'1". j' 'z/ n. > ;'f : ," < : .
ISIlstants IS "en:' Lat .Winter: ] Won't the able author .of "The Blue miming from'efirtru. The old Dayton .j. .. : ;",_? .,. ; '?',. ,'. ; ,.> .-. .. -1.:: U-*.;>''! -,.-l"t' ;! '..';-h.) I I -f, SOLICITOR.OTPATCNTS, s yc reafenaUi arr ga *.nade \t pcrmineot-
a found -' .
' man "
,' JOUng tramp stop. af1 _..' }t- and Gray," give u. 'anotheron a'package and,threw it on the fire to see France: cent.to England,laat yearJ500- ,* Applyto., ,4". {""..I..Jo.i:"'t';!... ,I..DaFOREST 1-.. ... .-...;, .s..,...'rit "..:..;: r if.f; J19 I&Ji atr eaN.W.: ; ,W :I? ." -' bo.rrcr4.: n'HfS >:! ( a:, ;'

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I I LII; ::'" THE NEW _SQUTJH : SEMI-WEEKLY. JACkSON-VILLEWEDNESDAy, SEPTEMBER 30. .,874-, ,_

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; I THE NEW I Having' the reputation of and '"., Mandarin 3 matter of public necessity. JO''flow MUSIC HAS CHARMS- |1- ,"-'.<> nSCSLLANBOUS.
; SOUTH.... honesty The' Difference. Hansontown 3} ; the |>er,litenc with which the editor = =

,l > ( -- uprightness, the pnbUc'can rest assured villa! and Panama 3 ; Yellow ; lucrative office un It
: ; :i .a.s&i *. $. 1 The Democrats of Georgia and South thu Bun sought a a L, MATHER.

-el, '. : : ft.CAj& trrn. v ADAMS.CARKUTH & CO. that he will follow in the line of his coadjutors Carolina band together and equip them Mayport, 1 | Rwldick's Point, | that party, and of hU l Ignominious FRANK t lrrtli

I ,lt, KKLUDCO. in doing his "level best. Suramerrllla &a. 2 ', it looks more as though the -
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rifle.
selves with the I
,most approved PRICE REDUCED.
of the
; ( ,. for tho overthrow party
All then
I .>'. 4 J. S ADAMS EDITOR. being of unobjectionable and feel hurt If any ,one questions their and Riverside, 3; Saddler', ; .i a private one. c. 1. MATIU,R & CO.

i antecedents the acknowledged choice constitutional right thus to bear nrms. Oakland, 1 ; flecd'sLandlng, ; (joy, Mones of'South Carolina has ,

: TO CORRn oNDENTS AND OTHERS. or the'people, and each having the reputation But the exercUe I the same right on the Water, 1 C Pith Wtlr". 1* ( requisition for U. S. troops"to .; ,

L, .- :XUOM tt Loot hut are.wJidted(rum a3 pant of the of being a worker. we announce part of (he Republican I Is looked uponas The following were elected t riots and election intimidation THE BEST, IN ,THE WORLD.
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; a I". Abo *
: commuaieatluaa on subject* of central '
I Merest,especially educational socia*!and c.naustNI this ticket, feeling assured that the, action a conspiracy against the pt'.co1 the Cornmlttccjj% I Jet!. Grant,, '" that State. < ''N ., : ,
i I OP*. Corrapoadcnu should make their leu.n asi of the con ventionx will receive 'io Prussian Government has -
n par
I and find 'rifla revolver In W. Sampson, Treasurer| M. .
f Jbncf M tt*facts and ctrcumttancc will permit. State, to a or a .5 !
I r: '. .\'tic arc not re.poDIIible for canton* expressed by our hearty endorsement at the polls, and Bi.bee Jr. W G, Colby J. :! Lake Wcwanapec, In Union WI'LLL-AST.A I STATIONERS
-_". Rejected uanu ortj can neither the possession of a colored man I li 'afllcicnt ., Nr J., for tbe purpose of raising LIFETIME .
Duval
:. be rill returned U njrprcMTved. Anoaywvu coutriUiUoix county will secure a delegation evidence to hung the possessor to Abraham Grant, %V. A. ". and salmon. :' "
not noticed.KrG'JLAR "
: I- to the' Legislature' of which she will the limb of a tree or'riddlo him I with ; n, Scott, J. W. M nard,'C. B. U. S. Treasury will sell half a S .: S AND

: :r REPUBLICAN TICKET, have no cause to feel ashamed. bullets.: This is the Democracy ,that I Thomas Higginbotham W. of gold each Thursday in Oc- : .
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... i. :;, 4"l. "If" t claims national honors at the hands of Addresses_ wero cwdo.. by 3 5 ? :J? ,, 0
,f. Member of Dinriit.J. .
CooC rett; ttt Booksellers
.. u, < \\)1 J. PURMAN, .' If."-The Jacksonville 'orgnn of. the people. 'JC'blrbar sm could win tlemen, among whom ,WA' Philadelphia steamers (row .". .' .. ,

'i 't _. Walls, the yew South, says: "Ifas now ; honors Democracy would carry off Durkee, tbe nominee for tbo last Saturday carried awajt 4,248- Of TUB anJSHONINGER
Kiricl.T. ; of cotton.
,4 seems probable, the State remains under. the lion's share. Tho ticket M nominated
i Jh; ,j031AH WALLS the control of the Republican party, she W. J. Purman, U. S. Represen, ORGANS
i may be considered as safe as State S N upon on all tl
  • s as being for this State, U registered at the i JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
    any
    ? -. UVALCQTVTkKT. at the North er We&t." Otherwise we B., W., Denny' Failure. ably good, is one which will, : Hotel, Washington. I
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    ft Suau ifcn SejuUorLil DAILY USE. .
    ;' a .', r, DUtnct,, presume if the Conetrcativc carry the With deep regret we chronicle the dlacordantelememits, Is ono I Mr. Beecher has lost Elizabeth.
    t : .- JOSEPH H. DURKCE. election. Does the New South pretendto consistently vote aud Is has but one solace left: Sue Moulton. a. HAVE JUST REMOVED TO THIlR HEW
    : U t'tA J'lIItw.rt'be A.cmU3, failure of the banking house of E. W. can / -
    ; II' : believe that this is a fair representation which will from the Black Hills AND COMMODIOUS stORE
    JOSEPH E. LEE. Denny Esq., which ccurred on Monday triumph by rt'l'ort.t' S
    .1 ; ALFRED GRANT. of the feelings and sentiments of the truth of the that all that The best musical talent the country recommend
    U t. His fallurewlil be loss to. the nny other in the field-providing adage o
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    ,, the Conservative masses of Florida ? a
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    ". -s- i i b not gold,and that the slight these Organ nicest and More for ycwr BAY STREET
    I ., .Republican State Central Committee for How, we ask. could any Republican city 1 not only in a money point of view, ticket is I put up, which seem of the precious metal found and Te tetter'satisfaction b NEAK LAURA

    : Florida. administration hero preserve quiet if the. but to its credit. The cause of the failure In view of Iho strength of I this w r probably tbe result of an at money &Ye than any 0

    < : .'.. H'.GUAJO.Cha1naallo D. EACAM.Secretary, whites were not orderly and peaceably is said to be the cashing of a largo .a pt at freud by brazen speculators auwwtade. "they comprise the
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    _; District. District disposed,. ?. The. New South. should. give SfateNews
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    ,: r c'-. I. II Irani Potter .". H. S. Harmon, even thC devil yis uu- <', and we were_not ninety. days. .draft. here, payable in New ,, \, National Insurance' Company of .::Url Conrerto, Orthatrit and, firan\\
    ,- .. J. W. Hwl.r, '4 ".1'.1 11), before aware that tIm division in its -York- which has gone to protest in- a iI: "has not suspended as re -
    L r j. W. J. 1"_.. 1$. H. Rraun, had driven It such straitas CIVIL Al'POINTIENTS.-'fhe ( I in sound condition. .
    4. bmiih Da_. 16. J. W..H.wcII. own party to a city paper issued Tuesday, Mr. Denny They are it ', ."
    '. s. W. H. IHnieU. 17. J. 1. Tannehlll, to make it seem necessary to perpetrate civil nppoiutments were Curl Scburz has defended -
    1' 6. M. U Srro*. 18. Peter Jones. slanders of this description against Issued card calling a meeting of his week : lIidef\t Grant's action at New Or Illustrated Cataioguei! pens by mall postpaid t i
    Rupert Charles. W. H.
    I.7.Samuel Walker. .19.u. G. J. Alden LeOrru I the opposition. That paper knows as creditors. one o'clock yesterday afternoon Commusioners ofDeeds-11. in speech.. address upon pp'lcation to

    Robert Meacham W. H. well that the whole of I that to be commissioner of deeds tor
    .' 9. fl. Cleason. as we disposition stating ho would place all his ,

    t ; ,- so.U. J Dennb. W.I FAgan. ..a..JII. J-T.Magbee.- the whites has been towards the main i assets in their hands and that they would of Florida in the State of ; B. SHONISGER & CO..
    ". Wm. D Sears, ...' E. L \\are. tenance {If peace and order, and while William A. I fol man. to be Living Too Long. S '

    : '', L felicitating itself upon the exemption of amount to enough to protect them ot deeds fortlie State of hn Paul," the Saratoga correspon -, "-,,, "< New Haves Coral

    .. p. ; I," TVIUCAH COMCKEkSIOHAL rXGCVTtVB. COMMITTEE. this State from those unfortunate troubles against loss. The, meeting was held State of IVnnsjlvania.. of.the Tribune after mentioning the .. .

    / : I SBCOKD tUSTKICT. which hare come upon other localities yesterday and before the assembled Clay County-Thomas
    ; As a matter f convenience to those wishing to correspond ) of the death of popular habitue .
    : '. with any member of the Republican Executive it should have the fairness to bestow creditors Mr. Denny stated that he hoped notary public; Joseph W. from allows his ;
    : ', : i Committee of tit least a portion'uC the credit to justice] ot the peace. away Saratoga
    this -
    District wc append the list, '
    4 : ". with post-ofEc addresses: upon the white Conservatives.If able pay nearly ; Leon-Charles Rollins to be ht8 to stray into this channel :

    '1_ .. I ;. Hon. I. R. SCOTT Chairman.Jacksonville. the Conservatives carry the coming that his assets amounted to $400 less commissioner, vice S. C. you can see how I nbw come for \ 5' -

    I 4" Hon. A. -. KNIGHT, Tieawirer. Jacksonville. election, "ItS now seems probable," they than his liabilities; they amounting to moved ; S. L. Tibbills, to to recall my former assertion that ,. ,

    f Pmuf Hon. t.U'ALTKB r. (ohnon Secretary. Lake Cfiy.Ja Uonyille. will sweep the field in '76. and the State about SSO.OOO( and his assets to $29,600.He commissioner, vice Richard die who rxmie to Saratogaf and to -

    .'.: .t' Hon. H. S. Harmon,(Gvnesville will continue to be "as safe as any Stateat turned everything over to,his credi resi n\'cJ S nt that it seldom or never happens /-ASH RETAIL PRICE CR E'T S
    HOBK.. R. Chad wick. Palalla. the North West and deal J.
    Marion
    1 or a great -George those die,XT ho ought to.
    Hon.Ho* Birth Gibson Ocala. safer than of them and much. better tors. A committee of three, consisting public., Fresh Ookhea Butter,p I35'
    Dennis Lagan. Maditon.D. many notary S a general thing, I think it might be
    .M. I''|>y, t t.Au'MMlne.k govered.Wo of Messrs. A. 'IUILCC'm.. Stretber Walton-Jobu'WiIson, to be down for a self-evident fact that we Cheese.;. __- S_'
    m'l Petty. Fenwndina.
    :" .I John A. McDonald, MUlcnville respect the ability and general anti J. II. H.: Hours' was appointed to the peace. not die soon enotigh-ia most cases Fulton Market Beef- ._--__._

    I ,,.,. U fairness with which the Floridian is examine the accounts of the bank. Another LEON COU l". all be better 'off if we died ten 1"Ri
    i Appointments. before do., It not be Cofle-. 33% for__-- '
    we might n -
    usually conducted, and we are glad thatit .meeting will be held this afternoonat U. S. Senator S. B. Conover # --
    3 !: Hon J. T. Wa1la. Republican nominee fur Coneress is three o'clock. rived in Tallahassee 'from in our pockets exactly so to do, MariCatbo,Ccfiee.3"bs Cf- ., "._ 1.00 !
    ., ',: 40 the Second Congressional District assisted by other compelled to base an implication of .The base ball in the majority of cases 'twould be L

    : distinguished speakers will address the pco.U at'the unfairness on our part, on a mere pre- Sentinel report is unjust on and (! 'for our reputations, our comfort, Java Coffee,2 Ji n 5r__. 1. 1A 1-:

    J $. : fallowing limes and places: eumptkm of its own. "Otherwise we Republican Convention. S. Walking was asked to all. If we died earlier. -before we're Layer Ra uins, lbs for_.._*.'_, i,coMacarom : ,
    I -
    .-' '' Williamsburg Lake( City, Oct" )ad
    Oak. October_jd) i St Augusune "' ijlhI assembled at 10 o'clock A. M. Saturday, Leon County on the grounds ol !
    Docs
    ., election.
    the New
    South to I
    J,aper, .. 711t JVUka.JackhirviU.. ;th pretend ." is the Beecher matter, for in- .]per lb-. .-_ soc
    'i.. ,:: : "lJadiu, 'loihj ., II _4thCOUNTY and nominated John R. Scott as Chair- petency. .
    believe that
    this is
    fair representation of if'all the
    '1 r- .-.::,::._ __ -=_,_=- _.' .: ', I man, and M. Bowes, anti Auburn Erwin, NASSAU COCXTV ; men, wom n, and Tap p 1b..s..i.._ .,
    concerned. indirect. .
    ; feelings and sentiments of the Conservative directly or

    .; :. I. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES.Nuthlngcan AND. HORTICULr7VRAL masses of Florida ? as Secretaries. After the examination of A new steamer called the :\. had died ten years ago wouldn't it Sugar Cured; ShouUei*.per lbiY _.za%.
    ; '
    credentials of tbe motion of being fitted up for the New b-'t-n a deal better fur them fjn-
    : delegates _,
    on
    Hyson Tea, tt>
    "1., be more euectite. when properly man1 Now we wish it borne in mind that "'crnanrlina'ste nuhip line.: ung per 75C
    do !
    not that it would
    aged than these societies in embodying, Mr. Fortune, an informal ballot was say ;
    concenttating, Oolong Tea. Ib..
    neither said Fernandina
    we nor implied an}thing Obnerver.liAs asked the question. per 5 751
    / t and properly directing puUic sentiment ta the accora-- taken for Senator Mr. J. S. Parker be-
    ed and fills it .t4y riha4C,tern..cu
    with an
    a
    politics tcaciig
    4 pIi.hmentofpracdcaIeflccts. We recommend the fol- against thu "fee-lings or sentiments of pages so bappcnedthat I was preser.t at Tea.per I v_I..
    ,J in previously elected as teller. The Information concerning the : Bcechcr'ft Imp I in drawing and painting,dcrires s'luatioa In
    sermon on the denth of a Fiona.
    the
    Inwing short and simple furm( of Constitution and By Conservative masses of Flotida. Gun __
    ( .4 L.,.btcb. for many years,hat served the purposes We simply said that if tho State "re- informal billot resulted as follows: of the whole State ant its The clergyman very distinctly PowdcrTcapcrib-" : 1' Address. A.EWING.9ia .

    I' of a very Lirge and Kuccessfu( ) society abroad as amplj J. II. Darkee, 15 welfare. that the statesman did not die Oolong A No. i,per lb_... _I.G tf'. Valatie.CO1IUUL1*County.New Tort
    sufficient lor all mained under the control of the Republican CADSDEX COUNTV.tJfi ., so soon as he to have died
    : ordinary farmers' societies or duh<: Samuel 13 ought ScaFoanipcrci n ... .. RS.
    Spearing, ABBOTT'S
    ,a '. CONST!TtTIOX.X. party," it. 'might be considered as < f to last Saturday there had his fame's sake And my daring J M
    I
    This and organluuon Horticultural shall he kown as t'.ie -Agricultural safe as any State in the North or West." CF.Mawbey, 13 !, rain in this county for over at once jumped from that single Pine Apples,4 cans ". _I.G BOARDING-ROUSE IS NOT CLOSED.

    'f II. I lMubj.ctahaUbcihcL.sp.cmcnttfl&amembers Society. And why not, P lining under E. Fortune, .1.5 to the general proposition Peas 4 cans for_- _.._10
    ,. pray and the were AH reports from unfriendly sources to la*
    In the theory and practice of Agriculture. P. Walter crops suffering I have now advanced. But I did contrary
    1
    -
    notwithstanding the of Mrs.
    '; III.I IK members nhull consist of such as shall Republican rule, achieved an enviable Cotton stealing has look illustration 3lb Tomatoes,4 C11, Boarding-hooK Abtott
    persons to see an of the in St.Augustine Is stilt opeis and sa wnia).will ita
    :? ,j.: aua receive of OM A two-third dollar admission vote fur tee admission and one dollar and annually pay the reputation for peace, quiet and general The names of II. Bisbee, Jr., !I. good earnest. Judge C. II. so soon in the preacher's own case. Green Corn.; 4 cans for:! "".....1.00. quiet and comfortable quarters af reasonable prices tt
    Mclunis all sujoumers in the Ancient .'
    thereafter. prosperity during bix. years of Republicanism Bowes, W. W. Sampson, D. about 2,500 pounds of seed do I profit by the wisdom thus City. 9-,

    ,t, IV. Its,officers Secretary.shall Treuurer.consist of and a Librarian President, (VicePmident who- she has in this very fact given and W. T. Gar.viu, were nominated as night last wiek. His gin in mine own. Tor instance. I And_a'other. goods. in proportion..at' the store'cf, S Boa to.hoop and bustles at Bucky's.

    4,, :4'. shut cna,.ttm'e the tit.cur.vs Committee.) and Chairmen the best candidates,but e.nch gentleman declined.. f broken open anti the cotton publishing a bonk. Now undoubt ,5 ,, :/ JOHN. B, :
    Republicanism .
    of bunting Committee and shall be elected very possible RoUE:
    ant in There
    nually. (On the \vugon. must :\ the best thing lor me to do in life ; OKAHUMKEE
    I; V. In endorsement.What several persons together, and it .to die before that book is ,FOR ,
    meetings. shall be held monthly,and .such SECOXD ALLOT (FOr.JiL). published IL\R.RIS./.XTIS: AND GRIFTO.
    I .4 other Junes and places as the President may deemnecessary the Conservatives might or / if there is concert t>f action become"a I don't mean tit, if I can help it. S S "
    f*the Society. Mr. Fortune withdrew in favor of J. II.DurKee .
    ; VI. "1ms Constitution may amended at any re-u- might not have done, if they could have stealers and buers. We not the common custom tn practice SILVER SPRING,
    r lar meeting said amendment h) >\lug been proposed at and the ballot was tt.ken with thitf and buyer will be caught what one preaches. Dur .
    : : I the previous controll tithe Jacksonville convention, S Ami other Landings oa the OcUawaha River
    with. late
    .T the
    mcetinc.uws. the following result : verely jjeatt Quincy I unpleasantness I labored .- '. '. .

    :' L The President is a mere matter tlr conjecture; ''what J. II. Durkee, 29 The corn crop in this section is hard to( ruiku my co'untrymen un U ::'.: .r
    shall preside at all meetings ef the the the old and tant.l bow :" .
    Democracy, their '
    t,. t Society and Excomve Com rait tee.and hsve, power to stiuighlDemocracy I Samuel Spearing -1 than was expected. S clearly was duty The
    call special meertngs. who d'ul control the Convention ,. forward and be killed but for all I. B.--HUBBARD,, SteamerOKAHUMKEE

    .' the II.President The Vice-r-rtsiJent aud shall shall Jl&like his power absence with an1 make the nominations. will '! C. F. Mawbey, 5 15. sew ANnE COUNTY. I never went to the ,front and got SAM 5' ,
    b preside during or lIon. M!. A. Clonts is iUlif' few did A.L.,R cx.Master,
    I, liability. which ballot elected C.ipt. Dutkee as an : myself. Very indeed Jacksonville
    lie do if "Fa'J
    111 J he Secretary shkll record apt to they prevail imheir election S 5
    proceedings ofthe candidate 'for the Legislature.Dr. talked about it as a Christian doty! -
    ft nominee for tbe Senate. One "-.ulea"
    .
    Society and conduct its correapondvnce.kd is by one, every THURSDAYnon&f
    fair
    a subject of future.comment.Thd '
    here I have
    IV. been betrayed into Dealer inHARDWARE at s o'clock.
    The Treasurer shall recJve all Importer
    moneys and pay Wm. S. Bynum of Live and .
    T as fast as the Secretary could make the :
    the the 'Floridian which I did GEO. R. FOSTER
    out same on written order cf the President. was sharp enough to not at all intend ,Apst.

    (S. rscto V.month.Meetings shall be held on the first Saturday see the impolicy of the "while-man's corrections.uallots were changed in favor broken three of his ribs by a se uln<: out. Certainly it was not my I IRON AND STEEL. Jacboa.ille.Ila.,July as*1874 -:$'

    ORDER UP BVSeS5.t of Durkee,and to accelerate proceeding, down stairs. to allude to nnfragrant affair
    'Reading'of minutes of last meeting part) talk of a portion of the Inme, he was declared nomina Daniel McAlpin has been has now so nearly died out that EDGE TOOLS.TABLE and POET CARPETS RENOVATED AND

    I t *. Report of Special Committees. Democratic press, and cute enough to unanimously can read: any leading journal of tbe ,CUTLERY.Nails. >.
    Untiuihed.lH&5h- ted. candidate( by tbe.D rn6ciats.I'UTNASZCOUNTY.. '
    '.' 4 3. New Business; bssay Discussion; Report ol( protest publicly, ng.iiust; it; but the I I and only have to hold, one side of Mde to look like BCV. Also,

    I 4 Standing. .t cmmittees.fhe known policy of the,Democracy remains Nominations of candidates for two : '. singular pause has'indeed ..Glue, ..Putty,,Glass, ,Pant Oils' ., UPHOLSTERINGof
    : -L----
    ,
    a-=? lo The Palatka Academy will i in the
    Members of tl.e current of .
    Ticket the fcttiue, ;iud, if with their known excl Assembly being then in popular converL BELl ING.RUBBER PACKING. kinds,done lathe best nuner
    I- County flu-t in October. i You no longer heads ,
    order informal ballot Monday see wag
    an was taken with W, H. SHERMAX
    With the ol sh'e policy, the Democracy, we 1 1I all sides the STOVE' tlN E. O.RY. ,' *
    S .1 muplct regular Republican thisrestflt: Palatka Is Infested with store I on as waggers advance PUlP Cor.Lau_and Church strrtts,Jacksoaville IX

    District nominations already made, have no guarante of future peace and J. i;. Lee U I .,The St. Johns riverj* the different views of the scandal nor Lead and Iron Pipe ,' Order left with, Furchgott' Benedict C*.Davis
    seize
    .: : we hare placed tie.county ticket nominated quiet to gh e. of 'commerce and navigation\ dowager yon by,tbe ears & Drew or R. P.Moody will receive prompt son-
    P. Walter off into Local re'erences .
    -" 3 lug you a 'ornerIf the DfJORS.SASH.BLINDS.MOULDINCS.SUGAR Lon by'pen: A. | IfIIIIt
    1 I. in convention in HUB city on Saturday Vl{ and south Florida, and is. the to ask if as one connected with Mrs. Hud al1.Singer Sewing Machine A. ZacKanas
    ,: lust The Black Hills 1. Mclimis, 17 let' for an, immense tract of you, 'Mill, Evaporators, &c.GasFitting and S. k. Mattair Your orders are respectfuflr solid-
    it will have
    bilieviigih&t the last
    not
    mCl t some develop led. s.afWJIL
    '
    The Xew'.York Trilune save : Alfred.Grant, ," 5 bounded by the Atlantic'ocean S
    ,
    c: i the Roofing j I6i.i.and 7iasSnrine
    in affair
    .
    I approval "nil!l ,as being in :.J to impart-some par :: .
    ,
    superior ,
    : S Fresh assurances come, from Washington J. W. )Ienaa-d, 2 side and thoGulf Mexico on to give which it was deemed : Jtme to order. d iy
    1. m.\nyl'i'spe to the' generality of politic of the doubtful : Over two-thirds of the area of l pHE1 JACKSONVILLESALES
    exceedingly character Fortune, .: ,:, 1 ro l rto print. Tbe .only allusion I' .
    -. y .t! tickets heretofore offered (or the of the alleged mineral dicyvciies Jeffrey Grant 2 i is rendered accessible tbU affair that I've heard tin week O R. OCALA, : ,

    suffrages fit the people. in the Black Hill* region., The total "the shipment all the products from CoL Scavcr-in 'an un : F S '" ," AND HYtfRY
    # c. }. Mawbey 1' 1 ed for In all this >
    amount of gold! actually exhibited is exportation.. I .
    : ( moment lIe had
    There be and doubtless fancy. AND :
    may are, S OTHEfc
    stated at dollars' f.ive tract,of there are STAB LES
    three worth, and even FIRST FORMAL WAI.LOT.. country several glasses of Hathorn water, I.
    S borne person; ? who were ardent aspirants his, it is now >ccted, wag the J. ; .ft.* few colored people and the '\" PLACES
    tlUI product tec 17 I was. about tv> approach ,and ask os nil OCKLAWAHA. RIVERS .
    : for pillion. on, the ticket in favor of of a process known in California as. D. Mclnnls lation is sparse. For any ent if his was. water as well all a life C. B.. McCLENNY fROFRirroR.
    -.10 -
    '
    -
    : : t which the convention decided, who are "sailing a cLiiru.'* Di credit i 111 thrown people who.wish to colonize !in e company, when ho evidently : AND ADJACENT COUNTRY. : -0-
    Alfred Grant
    M : at this.early day somewhat lukewarm upon the marvelous tales of foliage and 12 climate,nnd depend on R that he had forgotten to ,- Notice is jives to the cat I kxe *arcb*<
    fertility. the timber being pronounced : M. Chapnel 1 zuitsfor a living, all this vast his watch from under the .' Ue eU-koowB HARTK1DG& S7ABI J2.IS
    5, pillow
    the METROPOLITAN
    ; over nominations; but such will valueless and the tillable'land is open.-Palatka Herald: .. HOTEL,d ba'ftIA.Nlrlt
    S i not more J. W. .Menard 1 morning and suddenly disappeared << THE. .
    : ; remember that all ,but three aspirants than enough for a dozen farms. Thereis I S
    Je1Trey'Grant- .' 5s. : ulating, "Grace,Mercy and Peace t* VERY LARGE.STOCK O*
    p I mutt be /l C 4ted; that they Ktand in no a little difficulty to.pur minds in making General News. _turned the corner. STEAMER OCKLAWAHA,
    The of
    names, Chappcl Menard and
    ,
    these
    'S worse position than do other defeated statements, coincide with the I 1 HORSES&MULES FOX SA1&
    Capu W.A. SHAW.
    --- -
    glowing dicputcbi'S of Gen. Custer Jeffrey Grant were then and !
    and 'dropped,
    TJ.
    The : S. W.
    steamer
    chQ'ce Henry EARL
    aud
    aspirants that AS,it the .
    ; .was we presume that ibis facts lie somewhere on the _' : Capt. S. L. Dennett WILL LEAVE JACKSONVILLE Those doirioc porchaM wffl Sad tt i to ii. 1. of the convention that these men be. between the two accounts the official ; formerly S ; tage to examine this wrasually brg M4 s5flbl
    c ; SECOND.FORMAT*, BALLOT ning,between Jacksonville and PRACTICAL EVEUY THURSDAY stock adapted to all fee*.
    nominated, it is the duty of these gen: preliminary report,published sometime the stood ustine, and later dredger MORNING,p 1 am also veccrriac
    j vote pn ,
    f AND PAPER
    since in the Tribune HANGER
    : this ; 5'
    : favoring view .
    '
    tlenenwho
    : were not selected, to unite Johns bar, is now at Savannah AT 8 .
    J. E. Lee : A COMPLETE OITWT Of
    except as to the presence of gold, whichis .- 'r- -, 37 rC.
    : in tbu ing the new channel. decided reside
    of will and here
    support popular' show 1' to permanently will be
    more than doubtful. If it can be impressed D. Mclnnis, '. 8 receive orders from all ._ CEO. R.FOSTER
    requinoc work done Ja
    : i .:' those with The single,oar race' between Aaeal BUGGIES, PHAETONS AllD
    I. ., Mhom they, have labored for .uppn the pepple on tbe frontier A.'Grant, -- '. -. ,2 ,, .. -5-. '
    and MoSes 3 .
    nomination as fit exponents of the principles that there is uotbins in the Black Hills at St. Johns, IT. B. ; n11-i. JDtctmlfril .1t.A OTHER CARRIAGES,
    J. E. Lee which ted in for GLAZING, and KALSOMININC
    A electing ;f ballot was I a victory Brown
    .
    excite
    their
    to it will .
    cupidity not be the best 5 .
    '
    of ,
    that manner.
    Republicanism their
    t ",; party difficult for the nation to its made unanimous. fivH miles. Stakes: $2,000., CARD. S ()ithe,latest styles,
    t 5 preserve '
    : principles lie seated than in seW left at Davi & Dre* Furniture Warehuu
    deeper
    .
    .4 honor and keep faith with the Indians; No informal ballot was taken for the A child for adoption to bo I prompt attention. ',' > FOR LIVERYSERVICE,.
    Ii- ; aggrandizement and,'In so' doing will l'- second nominee for'Member of ths Assembly November, is advertised ,in JACXSOHVIU.,FaA, March 3"t, 1574. 'S .

    t'.1 hut be founding in the minds of the public Civil Service. York Eerald., Sex not : f REFERENCES: S TiE SOUHE LIFE COM WhichwlUbe5u
    ISUC
    I In the chil\ and on the .. ; enterprise "can go.noBarnum's .father." I. 'HIIIO_, Esq. and C. L. RoHMON.Tsq
    an unmistakable belief 'their poll- commenting upon service FU, PANY win 1 la a appotac Stale Afeil for
    fwd 'THE NiCi
    reform the New York FIRST BALLOTS been ,fibbing- I AT SHORTEST
    tical sincerity which Mill redound not Graphic says -. S '
    the vote stood follow A female : ; lh. meantimoj, win conduct hs manage*
    as *: : only 2G old and I
    years BUESING Irc
    '-5, 4 only to sh'ir'present standing, but will Itv ordering the enforcement tit" the ish < AND,ON THE' '
    -f civil service .rules in Boston the President Alfred Grant, \ 33I subject. : me ,
    furnish ,, I
    ; thepubllcgrounds' on which '. New,York bad 529 deaths 1 y call the attention of the citizen and mer. S : REASONABLE'TER3ZSBRlDTAiNlemyautboriied
    ; MOST'
    : has shown his continued faith in ). Mclnnis, -15 on to t e BFAUTIFUUSOArhe : AH communication* directed to me;care of Henry A.L'Engte.
    ta bane iU estimate (If future political anti the undertakers smiled I "
    the reform that has been represented as This ended the nominations for the the best Washing. Barber and -0- "
    .4 .. 'prelermfnU: Direct indirect l day. This Soap i pup In boxes Sp fer: Secretary of the JacksomriB Branch/'Y '
    : or dead and his determination i
    .
    antagonism to carryout three principal offices the ticket and o bar*.. eDtn 8 lb M* C.M. Agt;\
    on '
    ,
    : :f '. to an unmistakably good 'norulnaUon its principles.' There has been a The Treasury now hold $ should b addressed to receive due attention. Manger and will always be feud at the Ib Stablis .

    : having telf-Intcrcst for its IncWlivf good deal ciiticisro' of- this reform'In the Convention after appointing A committee 450 in bonds to ,secure ( A. BUSSING. 711. J' K. to llleat.attend. to all' fewness appertaining. "Co. 8. M cfE'. ,r.

    :S is '1-' many.quarters because it has not accomplished consisting of one 'member fromeach circulation and $16,412,200 in ,. I Jacksonville Fla. > MILER. '. .- .SqtRJra ?&4. In : ." '
    of the :
    one best
    .
    ,' Indications of Im oS lbili cs. It: is secure public deposits. ..14'. GenL$upt. Ageacie. *. :
    { forgottenthat precinct, to re-arrange the apportionment The BOXES. : o s -
    unsoundness and that R'NGB ,
    one's uprellejoph in a civil service so extensive as bankefrculatl6n. amounts to $ S o. L.KEENE. ,
    of "
    lo s Are not in is and of delegates the different t 8. '-a t A IT'S '.
    reality: conscientious ours composed such ,diverse 5 S mater sufficient to near 500 orange I ) S "- *
    'convictions. >' elements and interests,* it requires timeto precincts, adjourned .to 3 o'elockp M. No I Is made me unfo Iz by ma* t"J BATtTMW.JjtcsoimtiMFU J V ,.
    '
    / note ofi issue filed
    was boa
    effect radical .and During the afternoon ,cession the following by nuking a which will bld bud ; LIVERY SALES; .STABLES and Dress /'
    CArT .DCKKKE'S any far-reaching liiTilton'icaso against him died orange Will be cheap. ,, Dealer l Ia MiflJM1 Vacy
    long residence in change. Theold system has been actedon l Constables; } were nominated: 26th and that was the last ,up ; at the Boat Shop o( A.lo. CHA PPELL. kteds .Keeps eoonamlj oa band the Utert iyf'S
    day
    Ibis section his wide1 : Bay OECIL THRASHER.Proprietor*.
    street,
    personal acquaintance inee the foundation of tbe Govern Joseph 'Smith, George S. W.Vitherspoon it. : v Jacksonville -S HATS AND TRIMMINGS. :
    Mays ,
    in the Slate with, and ment. To effect a total revolution in its : Having purchased these Stables,west e '
    4 fci. l-urincM men things, I entire method and spirit, and in spite of ,. F. F. Simon. Jas. Lane,; Antiqua, Goaternala;has been' : GUIS EMILE, MOORGEON. St James Hotel,and wb. stock of mulesana 'At.o:Drew Coodt; .6_assortment ot

    : ; 1 ,: cplwllyanctpersonal independrnce the politicians of both parties, Is DO easy O. IL Payne, J. J. Forbes, Robt. Williams. destroyed by fire and I I Paris, Frn(lately Form the States ed bone,carriages and other vehicles,we a pr KID GLOVES S

    lIe D.I particularly; to point him undertaking. Tbe President is evident l George Washington, S.andy'VII. Heavy rains have fallen In Dyeing' ) toGUARANTEE' SATISFACTION S of '

    .ul as n nwn cupfclally'fitted to rcpre- I ly doing,what can be done to effect this the prospect for the crops DYEING'AND SCOURING ETABLSH. Very CHEAP also a Gin auortment '
    son Richard Anderson, and J. II. Stew. MENT. In tanety for selection Yell for,
    ,**
    4 4 sent this coani}' in the euate. xMK. most Important and ,desirable reform, I satisfactory. ad Gentlemen' prIcesrsale. a r h.u *WHITEGOQDs. ,
    WeaiDc'Ap
    : ; t LEE and though his steps may seem .10w.to art. 'The 4>ld ,rebel yell { S We hare now HORSISAND ** "
    r; i Jg excellent, ofintelligence comes 'Lt c'n SIT Har*Jtut received &M lot of. j .
    MULES ndw maintain S
    The to as
    "
    Impatient Committee- ,
    1 spectators they areprobsbly. apportionment' South as nnd Shawl* CM1'EAN
    hearty healthy' as
    '
    the pf>8&ibe) in 'his race I fabric most cleaned and dyed. E3'ABUSHMtTOlTHE XINDASCN LINENS, GRENADlNE5ADJAPAESLCUALU nJ.
    as rapid the difficulties Cn HATS. ,
    ,as will admit. and to last ditch cuUJ
    \ : BE
    I ; .1' :: S. report a new County,Committee ,were,several years ah STREET; Ncwnan and Mar I sunl. 'ITh5tsIn
    'hnle
    f. independence orcbaracter is Thfreform rau t '
    by begin at the bottom' : *. ....; .
    At
    reported follows Person bones
    : I A covention .Republicans 5- S S-t6t desiring or carnage* Sunday most
    i t oo means comm'in, and as a member of and work steadily upward to iidcbmplish 1 % Florence S. apply. the day previous,except I.cases of eaerscy. 'sold*E5TesdNdUc51to p. 'H1
    I the Uou he! any lasting results. .J i AWOKTIOJJJJENT. S C.t'yesterday'the : Arr';, I-QUNTV' 'ATJD;,;;CITY CECIL & THRASHER
    e will-do H.
    excellent '
    service Raney
    ,
    'ilil 11 ; '_ _Ii1.h' ',; Jacksonville, east'or Pine street 6 delegates was renominated t Proprietor St.James,Stable ,IMCkdq'and bow*eatt at Buely' ;. :,

    t. S Ilk, GiANT i It' too well known i i -"Evcn the milk ,of human-kindness I west. of Pine 7" g,ess. ..5TheewTojkSu? n- ? ,-liuti} ,: ,:SCRIP'f: ;; *, yMxtfmvtOf.Ocf.i4 tin. ": '. ::,. "' ,; '.". -': '
    La .
    I street ,
    J Villa
    '
    ; ,7 ( t' I I "
    notice.J ;; et .C .: ) S .
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    mmunity'tortijnIie extende I in says t .t 1'i ili rl WOOD *,
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    I THE NEW SOUTH : SEMIWEEKLYJACKSONVILLE.: N'EsbAY.' SEPTEMBER ', F
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    CITYNEWS, Boat Building. *,; before Notary Public T. S. Bells, set- -The street gamins' have a strange ,- You innwiM'r.Elltor .t------. \- J I. ,
    . We tall attention to the advertisement ; yes! ire dl *' rUKNtTUKST7URNITURE .,
    ting forth and serious habit of -
    I grave charges picking.upkeya wherever they know., that: lha, Metropolitan among' .

    "='JOlfESDAY MOWING. SUTEMIIU.30. lS4Bt. of Mr. Chappell, In, 'another, column., which we. refrain from publishing at can be found The police should be instructed business men stands on an equal footing '. "c

    =:. Mr. Chappell has. now .resided amongstUs present i also stating in the same sworn to take possession of them at with vany bouse 'in the States Being I, WAREROOMSI

    Marys Morjh for two years, during which time he. affidavit that on_ the_ night of the 18th,of once whenever they have the chance. aware of this, and 'inasmuch: as Mr.I F .. :..rt '.

    This Institution for the education of has built many beautiful boats, yawls, : September he made an unsuccessful -The Magnolia Market on Hogan Togni kindly tendered the use of his :' :-" ..,"-. '1.'A., ,

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    \ term on Wednesday next, the 3th ho does his Work entitles him to' the he tried the second time last Thursday of ground glass ,globes forlts gaslights.. for the enjoyment the Garden Citys '." ;.' _
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    rematns of this ; $ '-4 '
    The corps of teachers patronage: community to say night. his .\., .
    1utl-tit. Business is increasing on that end of the wo accepted house. .
    excepting that Miss Pan nothing of the policy of .encouraging ; .' _
    RslaBtJ-cufi Saturday morning he was taken before city. Respectfully, c .

    Hoe RhelU of Charleston Bill Ike post' home institutions* Justice Coan, plead guilty to the charge -The Tallahassee : CuAS. JE.THEYS.. PARLOR SU CHAMBER SUITS.- 1.
    --I- Mixologist ,
    Depa.rf-
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    I. lion held by*Miss-- Stol\tj., ..*-- A Praisewprthy Inathud n. of arson, and was placed in jail In default ment hare: tendeted ''vote of thanks Jacksonville, Stpl.29,1874. 'I.-.- -, .. C _

    of bail.Duval. ,. a : I
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    RiUfcjT : and to the ,
    The ot't repcatkdcafl for charity from a glass of gin writer of the A MILL.Wen r <

    A colored man named William*, was the colored laborers who were 'sick.ordistieesed : rame to this section about six base ball article published in the Sen. located on the banks ot the St.Johns river and MOSQUITO, >. BARS r &-.FIXTURES**."" .. f

    killed near TaliafcrtVs 'log camp, Saod feuggested the idea of an or months sInce, atd commenced businessas line!. the McCoy'screek month,year,to or be to leased parties to*desiring responsible to saw parties by the by .,... .._. .t

    .y morning( UQ hId been out hunting ganitatfon of come kind relievo. : their a carpenter. lie built the ice house -The, ,hardest ,Work": accomplished thousand. Apply at the .
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    wounded squirrel\ that Knlgedb he tried to burn and several other buildings Cl. DAVIS &
    &nd had wants and at, the same time not make now-a-days .fs endeavoring to collect cu ATIKG Ls..uT DR\Vt' .9 '

    a tt"Ce lie cut the tree parUallydow I the tak upon{ them heavy as their wa::e Other parties are suspected! as small accounts. Every man that is' LOST. PIANOS-ORGANSPIANOS. ." earner c. cbs .

    ", and while he was walking under are Email and nut enough for them to I being connected with, this diabolical applied to turns a deaf ear to the flattering i tact Saturday afternoon a red coral breastpin'with Having,associated myself with the largest Music Sut o --Qb..
    BAY AND
    U, it fell, crushing 'IB his fikull.Notice respond 1\\\waVhen called upon to scheme Light will shine upon the appeals of.his tormentors. i two pendant' lanels. attached to a blue ribbon. Tie House In the South I.m now prepared to sell at unusual Si LAURA. STRE..o .

    _r' whole transaction In few /finder wifl be liberally rewarded by leaving the same kt low prices for cash or by small monthly paymentsthe Suits. JAcz1o1mu.aL45 1 .S 1.-
    days.
    : a ,
    other
    ta Tu.cW.. help each -The Smith family and their branches office of Mayor Jones.- \9 36 it Kaabe, Hallett & Davis ft Co.,ILtines ft: Bros., : "' -

    At the last: meeting of the School} Seeing the necessity, of something of WI intend holding H reunion Connecticut. BUY YOURSELF A HOME. W. P. Emerson and the Southern! Gem Piano; also, : -' "'0 ft I.,..*' t. 'O. ,
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    )bOLf'tth following resoludnnVa..! the) kinds 'about five months ago, the In Short. Oh, my I Why didn't they locate their A VlLLA'sm oa St,John'? river is oed for ,ae. Mafton&Hamlin and Ploubet, Prison &Co. Organs :,..!', *'-<*C : .
    : Easiest
    passed t colored\ laborers at Alsop &CLarks SAW -John Brown 1 reunion in Texas wherethey would have One of the mist desirable places in the vicinity of Jack fer 1 in the terms way evergiven of superior. Instruments Cart and see and what low I can prices.7aoswjm of.. EXAMINE. OUR. LARGE' STOCK... ., :
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    Resolved that all applications forbositions Mil), through the instrumentality of Mr. -Weather severely cool last Tuesday had more room. fonville. containing For aS acres-about S acres ready for J. H.OCHUS. .' ..-r4- '"' :
    planting. : i
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    particuLrs. apply at the co at nc.room !
    as teachers in the palflicschools Henry Clark met at his office, and organized morning. i -I!. M. F. Swaim has been appointed of TH E Naw SOUTH. 4-5tf .

    of Duval County be required to themselves into a benevolent A CARD. .-4. .-. '
    -Governor Stearns left for the Capitol Principal the Duval High School : b- .
    be presented before the 15th of October, ..,. -, ,THAT_ : SODA :.FpUNTAlN. .. .- 'Ioi- .. 1-0'1'--- ..
    called "
    and that those applicants hot nlrcady! society, to be "Alsop & Clark'slniployees yesterday_2\fter oon.Cunterfeit by the School Board. Mr. Swaim w. a" In die La Favarita cigar store is admired by all. NOTICE 1 .1' ,101.101aoi . 101 tOL -: 1-to .
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    furnished with certiftcatea be requiredto Benevolent, Association1It $20: treasury'notes arc gentleman of fine education and culture, _ -13tf' To our Exchanges,Publishen,and Printers all, St., 1u1":. .'; .I :

    be present fot examination at the was the object and aim bf this association afloat in this city. and will fill the position with honor and VICHY AND KISSENGEN. ," ': I 101 101 ..J ACIJ By L.,t 101' I. .

    school room ofDuyal IHph School on to take care of tho sick or disabled Many on rising in the HI'- "L 10 '
    dignity morning complain of a head .
    -Old Boreas buzzed at the rate of 57
    mentioned. The examination : THE ANSON HARDY 101 101
    tbe d3yabove and bury the dead of. those who were ache or feeling stupid. A glass'of Vichy or Kissengen I -
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    10 [. miles hour last Sunday night.A -Col.! J. C. .li,2 :
    will at A. ) Hemming. Auctioneer
    begin per from"Tuflli" -
    Mammoth ,
    ... fountain in La 101.
    members at the time of their sickness or Farorita cures Lates .. .., 101 ,'' I ,
    --- will sell ail!such (Improved 101 101
    Jacksonville Madonna tipped the 213,526 acres of land for the no,leasant sensations. 6-ij-if .
    death. The dues which about 101
    Academy: of MusiC. are one 101
    scales at 299 on a recent excursion. benefit of the Free Land.Bondholders of PAPER AND CARD CUTTERS. 101 101OI0101010D&DO01010JOl .
    'The full arrangements for the opening cent a day, are very small and not avery OUR ENTERPRISING ,
    tho Florida, Atlantic & Gulf Central R. 'friends Messrs. Gato&Co.,have ----. 'J. I'101DAYAD.o11 .'
    seemingly --
    of tho \veather-tho blown spared no 10hclc' -
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    their
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    Fall term of the Academy heavy tax upon wages I
    of the in I have resumed ths manufacture and sale of these
    R. in this the 5thof expense introducing the handsomest soda fountain
    Company, city on ,
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    Music in this city, by J. II. Ochus, have when collected are deposited in tho down during last Sunday eight's gale.J. October.Mr.; ever
    talent has been hands of Mr. Clark who the soda from It is ,and so extensively circulated for the past fifteen 101 1Olnnt< .... tl.' ,' '.'
    been completed. Fine Henry was requested E. Townsend, Esq., Clerk of the pronounced by aH,the ladies to be rmf [I g .' .
    Charlie Kopfman has returned the best. yean; and *// Mackint if my mtnufattmrt 101 lOlooo WAKKHOCSB. ooolOl -*
    secured and this term promises to be to act as Treasurer' and are U. S. District Court is seriously ill. '--.-- /ktrta/ler,marked:tluna In my illustrated"cular Ii,- 101 lOtooooooooootoooocooooolOli : : : '.'.

    more brilliant ana successful than any only paid out on the order of the Executive -lion. W. A. McLean left for 'Now 'from Atlanta Ga., bringing with him a CIGARS ,withy; tams and atUrtst in tt tattinf 101 101 101 ioioioio D ft 101 cptoaoioioi 101 .' '...

    )heretofore. The following is the corpsot Committee which is elected once a York yesterday afternoon. fair and pleasant wife. 'We wish them Imported, domestic and of their own manufacturecan : My latest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER 101 101 101 wr' ,s' .
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    Prof. Krizek of themselves. the usual amount of connubial happiness always be had.a better article and at a lower price with patent moveable cutting board,two aQ-stect tempered 101 101 1:1 101 101 -

    teachers: Germany, year among -Mr. P. A. Lyman has returned froma r.nd that their of love be than any other place in the city, at Gato& Co's 'LaV knives and squaring board, still holds its position 101 101 101 101 10
    ,Miss Minnie W. Bradbury, and Miss E. About four weeks ago one of their cup may F t1.' ", ...P6-3Lf .101 101 _..101 ,1Ole
    visit to St. Augustine much improved _ as the FAVORITS Pirn CUTTSK AMONG Panrr. ---
    Adams of New York. Sec advertise number, Samuel Smith :i very worthy in health and lookingquite happy. filled to overflowing."De BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS as. and the best machine. the market for the low ,101 101 '. !..i.01. w101

    ment. laborer. and for many years a faithful fore part ob de church will Will find a complete assortment'of lumber, dressed price charged for it. :101 "1-:JIOI \p.i
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    -, ---- servant who was employed- at the mill -Two fishing smacks: were sunk by please sit down so, dat do hind part can and undressed,mouldings. ,shingles etc.,at the Depot Tkt Ale,! Imfrovtd Hardy Card Cntteo is pronounced ._101 101 ,. .i'., .,;101 101.. .

    MatrimonialMr. the storm last Monday morning, near Lumber Yard. Orders to be delivered at. landings on the MOST :DBSIJUBU CAin CcTTiit In the I. .
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    was taken sick and after a severe illness see de fore part, for do hind part can'tSec .".
    Siluuel W. Fox was married to '- the River receive especial attention., market,for the general uses of a priming office. .4 '
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    which lasted about ten days died. ferryjybstfrT'Mayor de fore part' if de fore persist in Address # ,. 'I-'t-
    part Louis J. BRUSH. .f
    Miss Ida Howe last Sunday evening at TTit tutU-tnavnt Ruffle Card. Cutler, with, my ,."-. a
    the Catholic Church and launched outUXfl During his sickness, ho was provided -=- Jones' carriage was upset standing before de hind part to de utter latest improvements, is still preferred by many print- THE FINEST AND BEST .:.

    with everything necessary to his comfort Saturday. The Mayor was not in it. exclusion of de hind part by the' fore ICE CREAM era. and holds its favoritism over other'machines.. IN THE SELJ'r.ED
    the sea ot matrimonial bliss. May That aU acknowledge to be.superior to any ever to be SOUT
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    medicines and nourishment He never gets upset. For sizes and prices see illustrated circulars.
    a
    part.
    bad in this
    neither the cares of life "the deceitfulness city -previously is to be obtained at the f.

    of riches," the infirmities oi age or nurse, as well as bavingtlireo of our -"On the street" means for the/ politician -Is this applicable to any of our Temperance Reading Room at Farorita. -13t1.., country.Shipped direct from the factory to any part of the -' '. -, .- 4.- ..,, tet .'o

    the silver-woven threads, that: time shall best physicians in attendance-Drs. Sa- what "on the town'1 does for,. the I,young men ? MARRIED. ,Orders solicited,and can be filled by return nw"!.. Parlor. RICH PLAIN, .. absr

    bring, ever dim the joy which fills bal, Drew and Knight-thus for the wayward woman. He went out between the acts and returned Fox-Howa-Oa the ijth inst.;by Rev J.L.Hugau, ,Address SuitParlor- S

    small sum of one dollar be had paid in, Register all who have not and vigorously chewing. clove. His Sam W. Fox to Miss Ida Besie Howe both of this ANSON HARDY Suits. u.. SoitSjSfc
    their soul lessen the warm truelove yo
    *, or Cbrvnbss
    wife asked him where he had been and city.
    which to-day 'from their heart's his expenses were all paid amountingto prepare to vote for the ticket nominatedlast 7 aseotcm 'Auburndale.Mass. SUBSTANTIAl' Suits.
    ho said "to see a friend. She calmly Parr

    holy altar is beaming. over one hundred dollars. Saturday.The replied that F1IO'thought his friend must I .JACK36NVILLE RETAIL MARKET. Sut. FURNITURE. Qmb.. '

    _..fBase This is indeed a praise worthy movement State of Nebraska owns a be dead, as she could smell his bier. (Corrected WeeklyjPOWLSGAMK. WANTED.A -- I--a. -

    Ball. and should be encouraged and church and i is the only State in the -The last war of races seen in these Venison, per Ib...._..___......_._ 15121 C so In teaching the' .usual ladyofaeveral English!: branches yeam', experience French -' ,. ..:t
    and Music wishes t'T
    situation -
    There has recently been formed in : have: the hearty support of all, more parts was the wonderful exploit of a Chickens! per pair......_....._.- 50 fe 70 private Reference a as Teacher if in a school .
    does. or family. given
    Union that .._..... required. We are prepared to offer
    railed Chickens half our
    bae ball club ,
    this city another the mill lime huge full size grown per pair 40 Q 6. Address Miss H. L.,Charlie Hope. stok"at
    especially men as are grasshopper driving a
    the O.cull\iI. consisting of the younger I -Rain at last last Sunday night. 1:urkey*.each(few in the market., )__ $2 oo A a 50 7-25-3 Brunswick Co. Virginia remarkably l low pricesi.
    chicken ," ?
    the laborers who at spring out of the 'front yard a 1 nrkey, small, _=, i 50& i 75
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    btse ball lame. Among its, many among may before in this _.._.____ ''
    O5iir.itits] to None for over three hours day or two since.-Falatka Herald. Wild:Turkeys, each : i 50 (g oo .
    members\ ir quite :i number of good I IplaJl'.I' any moment be hurt or taken sick, and Partridges eacb-.;. 10@ nFISH. ,.4J
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    city. We can beat that. One of steel ,
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    and we Icllictlhlt with a liulepl'lu11C'c being devoid of means to providefor -: :-' aTbau
    HOLLAND
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    will Advice to builders : Each house gaffed mosquitoes"cleaned out" whole Mullet,pentrlng...___..._.._. 15 Q ..:. \' ,
    favorablywith -
    they compare themselves, must of course suffer for SheepheaJ, per.Unng___._ 90@ 35 .J., -- ,."
    any amateur club in the State. I attention and should 'be provided, with a room for nest of fat spring cockroaches: yester- Iaiiq, each.___.........--..,_ 2$ ijj SO : WATCHMAKER AND DAVIS ,. +r'X

    The club contemplate challenging: the the want of proper com- cockroaches to play i iAppltton's in. day. MEATS -JEWELER, :0' ,- ....- ... &Df1.. y
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    Duval Amateur Club of Jacksonville fort, otherwise when they have such Bacoa.C. R. per Ib.....__..._ 18(@ .. 90 1" ,i-z'aU '

    in a short time, we under tmd.: Theyare associations: as! the above, how muchcan Journal, (monthly) has The Sentinel and the Base'Ball Match. Beef. mess.per Ib-__- -_.. _.-*__. -io@-.is Corner Pine and Bay Sts., 1 _, OKALKUIN ,' 4Lt&r4.- .
    Beef, Fulton market Ib 16& 18 .,
    now hating. H neat uniform made be done to alleviate their sufferings arrived and is 'lor silo at C. L. Matber&Co't To the Editor of the New South :.....:SIR: Muttonscarceper"per...___? 15 @ 16 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA," : -
    consisting of blue-'knee white I'ork.pgr Ib_. .___ 14 16 f All kinds of FURNITURE .CARPETS
    pant and provide for their personal comfort, '. Very much to my surprise, appeared in Ham. per Ib............__...._..._.. 16 ao WHITE
    and shirts. Fcrnandina 06ternr. : : MATTRESSES. *
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    stockings! Shoulders, Ib.._____._____ 1 PINE
    per n ( iaj
    , and in case of death instead of being Mosquitoes are becoming less- antic the last issue of.the Tallahassee" Sentinel White Bacon, per H).__......__....._ 18 y ao New Jewelry, Clocks, Watches NUT, and CEDAR LtB ec*_

    --' conveyed to a pauper's grave, they can and musical. Almost time to stowawaynets. a most unjust, unkind, and false reportof '
    Diamonds .
    Plated .
    Equinoctial's Last Kick. MAKINE,1NTELLIGENCE.R and JACKSONVILLE. FLA. -'
    be buried in a decent and respectable the Garden City B. B. 'C excursion :
    Last Sunday night and Monday morning Solid Gold and Silver .' .' .. '
    man ncr. to Jacksonville last week. \ AM CLEARANCES AT THE I'ORT OF '
    the departing equinoctial storm gaveus -The city park proves an excellent : Ware, etc. Swiss muslin and white good*of aQ kinds at Bucky's

    a severe farewell salute. The gale Below,, we give the report of the Executive pasturage ground for'stray rattle trou- I The reporter states in ih'o first place JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.AEEIVALS. \ ,

    Committee of the association bled with that "upon arriving at Jacksonville, ';0 .! 5
    continued all night, but its greatest hunger. Sept. *6.sch. Minnie,Hudson, New York. DIAMONDS. PEARLS, .AlliD CPR E.'" FOR SALE OR kENT-ClTY., 3 ,-r.A
    committee them of -
    met band music
    force was displayed about It o'clock since its organization : ,-Xow i ii a good time to set flower no Sept. aS,eeL Virginia Rulon, Rulon,.New York.cL1AaMC5s. "CIOUS STONES SET IN' -

    Dr. but they 'plodded it' down to a hotel rWEGOLD.. .: :; r.
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    Monday morning. The wind from the May 16. ami. pot Dr. 181 a,,for P. Diclcenon, oSept. cuttings and prepare the ground for Sept. 26.sch. Florida. Gilmore. Tisbury,-Mass. : SALE *

    south-east blew a perfect gale, while ., IT,;, !Dr.Jr. Knights llrew' bill services" Sam... Smith" 51 1800 oa winter flowers. called the Metropolitan and those ,f Sept. 36, 'tr.Dictator Vogel,Charleston. FOR *.- .,}>."'%
    .. the excursionists who could Sept. 58,Jacob E. Rfdgway,Townsend, New York.
    U Dr. SaLads "' among Letters .Ten of land the Road oory'tw*
    10 00 Initial and acres ,
    the rain poured in deluging quantity.It .. ., Letter" to the pams. O II
    cut
    J. C. l/tngle. medicine II -That "Open quick miles from Jacksonville. This bud "
    .. 90 afford it, went to the Grand Nat ionaZ. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. Fancy Engraving: dour, in ,.
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    seemed! if the bottom of the seivuof Jgobinson, ,
    as 55 to whom i it was aimed I
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    I'. jane BAer.. coat 3(Q the panics Now sir, as I was a member of'the reception Observations*taken at ? A. u 2 P. M.and 9 p. M. an. .artistic.. ,'/Ilanner., .l 'ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THZ
    the skies 1d l dropped out and let the .4. Calvin: Oak's bill 17 oo winced in a pliable: manner. .'<&i'YfY' the Signal Service U. S.Army, in this city. )
    whole tank full Hub Jones for nursing ". U.. 6 25 committee and the 07l1y'one S ss *i ja < CULTURE OF, SUGAR CANS j 4ND
    us at once. Many ,
    upon U ". Cash to buy nourishment $60 -The schooners Virginia Rulon and who had the honor to receive and escort g !5T I SWind.. eL :? :" ', ( ." l : FRUITS OF ALL KINDS.. >-, .na
    'I Hire Hearse :; ,. .
    fences and 5 oo <:- | Standardtim by dronotnef ,
    signs one builc.1ingVere 5 S D f.,5- "-

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    -,""'Y, ; I r 'f I
    Geo. It. Foster .
    to .
    blown down. The wind blew at the 'S 'u, 50 Minnie, consigned the Garden' Citys to the hotel, Iileern'itmyduty ," !! ** c :5""t: :SS :F rt f ; ter' rated, by transit' :-'" and is beautifuly located fo BUILDING LOTS/., "For
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    C,.. with: full.cargoes of merchandise for city to'promptly refute such a base H.- i 7' price and teruts,am t" t
    .. : ; C- i i observations. H.
    rate of 48 miles hour. f M':: I te
    -per- -, Sept... .t 1'Cash p ld'on above 88 50 and interior, have arrived. falsehood as this, which,_ i if( believed by "X ? ?i : \ .>, ,. -! .I, B WEB. Wa' 1n2
    .. Deduction. charily.. Or. Drew. 19 50 !Sat.! a69' 33.03 75 52 E Fresh 0.00 Fair : or by letter.care A. WALtAcm. .J.i -
    Benefit to the R. B. Lees. U ".l ..' Dr.K night.! 5 00 -Last week's Harper's Weekly has an the people of the State-would certainly Sun...... 27 7 2996 176: 65 E Fresh 0.00 Fair ; Ja.florUa.
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    Dr. Sat.al, 3 co'11650Babnre E Fresh C1'dyI' AcmXT CnaaUT&D BOKEL AXD ;
    a 29-83 79 69 oco PUS THE
    article on "Shooting Alligators on the reflect hut little credit upon the committee SE Fresh Rain 1
    During the base ball season, the R. E. 9 29.89 73 85 052 COUKVOISIKR. WATCH. -. '"?*
    Lees of the State have become yet due 13 50' Upper.St.: /ll '!!'," with accompanying: the club, or their, many friends in Mon... s8'7 29.42 "75 95 SW High 2.10 Rain : : !' I ; ; Latest 1,1e straw and silk hats- at Bucky s.; .
    champions: Fresh Fair
    We respectfully submit the above re .. 2. 29 63 73 52V o 02 t
    cut of' the-Silver Spring. Jackson villo.About 9 9-74 69 60 W Gentle 0.00 Clear -t'n.._
    involved considerably in debt. port. Tues, 23 7 5986 :.6*' 66 W Fresh ojoo Clear '
    To raise a portia: of this indebtedness, HARKISOX MOKRIS, Ch'inn. -The steamer Lizzie Biker will not 3 o'clock in the nri.ernoonthe .. 2 29.85 76 46 W Fresh o.co dear 1's' ORRIS A. DZIALYNSKI, COR SALE.. ._ ; ...; ,,

    hAUnT WILLIAMS boys,went out to havo a. short practice Barometer corrected- temperature.and elevation. .. '. .1. .' t -1
    the ladies her from Savannah .fAUCTIONEER' \
    of this city, with their usual commence.. regular: :trips, ; : BY A.'RO.
    JOE. 31iTCiir.LL, j ,.she leaves Sa game and at 5 o'clock Mr. Avery ridIng : .i firstclasstoorUk side ntAshley
    generosity and sympathy: have come until. todltY'htn NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.B In this city,neighborhood .
    SIXOWILuufs, i out and informing them that he had between Pine and Laura/withijTon*
    forward and offered their services in SAM. BEvERLY vannah. AND : ." block of Sr. James Ho.and 150 fret frees one o

    getting up an entertainment, contesting Executive Committee. Anthony & Co., havemade some just learned the train would not arriveuntil :- OAT BUILDING., COMMISSION MERCHANT the best bllih t I 10 to tos :;

    of a dance and refreshment table. This According to tho above report, it. will splendid pictures of Florida and Georgia 6.30 o'clock, they' 'very naturally ; : SISTER--tingle FRAME HOUSE... w Xo7

    entertainment will\ come off on next be seen that about two' hundred dollarsa which; will, be for sale ,at C. L. went on with.their game, thinking they A. G. CHAPPELL *Aflkindt of merchandise received on consignment dapted t E c'l iccoorup n dov.to*
    would have abundance of time. Mr. sale. IB L attached to M.&
    an and sold at auction or pmrau to m
    Thursday evening, at Metropolitan Hall, year arc collected and should ull five Mather & Co.'u in a short time. BAY STREET near the Cable Crossing, four ab six closets below a b

    which Sir. J. B. with his usual mills do likewise there would be Avcry having been misinformed, how- ; .:<, ; each 1 la al" ,
    Togni, over Tenement houses arc in great,demand JACKSONVILLE FLA. Every description of g odscnthistid to me for sale having Iwo front a I back entrances
    nobla generosity, has kindly donated. one thousand dollars a yeaf set aside A cvsr, the train came in at 6 o'clock, and : will bo disposed of it way on each side, plaua across the fret entire tothcfiont front.extending .
    throughout the, city. good round the comers twenty
    Invitations I, 'unfortunately, was. ,the only ono of -7: round the enrire L, with yis&: sam height
    will .
    be issued by the committee for the relief oi( the colored laborers who build and BEST' FIGURE POSSIBLE d.also
    chance for some capitalist to the committee: at the depot. .I will Every descnpli<>n'or Boat built in the most substantial thirty feet back t the double wooda
    o
    and the tickets sold for$1.00, admitting heeded assistance.A satisfaction.My p.11
    make and .kiUfuiIDaDaer. I will guarantee the and and accurate returns made.
    money. to prompt
    state in justice to the committee which owner '
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    gentleman and lady; 750 for a n'DiaboUtal ;' -\ J AI', WELI, OF GOOD WATER, 1
    .ingle ticket. The Committee of arrangements Scheme. -Good church music'is'greatly need- I had the honor I to represent that'' I YACHTS PALMETTO 'BLOCK. and pumps within Sve'fcet of L.brick curb,an sink

    is composed of Mrs. Little; The pcrtetrator of the heinous crime ed in this city, and'with so much genuine did receive the club, but the livery' SAILBOATS AND 5-37-sw3ra Jacksonville.. Fla.7EPOT The attached h..i.with cemented drain forty fifty feet feet o c to p.

    to burn the ice house musical .talcnt a4 Jacksonville affords stables made the 'same mistake having nJ
    attempting in
    Mrs. Tibbitu, and Mrs. Kooker. To having sufficiently welt known to warrant me referringto cop w thJ western one |

    thU committee can be consigned all articles owned by C. O. LIvingston & Co., last it is singular it is not utilized. about the time of their arrival had .their.!. owners as to my, skill' u a workman., 9"3Otf; .LUMBER YARD. h le I occupying_.wuh orange the west,peach bait of and Sill fig-

    for the refreshment table. Fridayevenlng has been arrested, and I-The. steamer Lollie Boy U now in nothing? to drive them up in, consequently ; CONTRACTORS 'AND BUILDERS See up reaps t lncs.all under t rgwAbo, "

    a the chances that" he will' obtain a just the hands of 'Harry Jones. the artist had to walk to ,tho Metropolitan, jACKSONVILLE ACADEMY: OF WILL miD A O Liberty north,a side two.soq.aads.balfbolamofthlrtesa Forsyth street, between Market a,

    Decision and full reward for his dastardly actionare she. will be which knows is a distance of J ia 1870 by the present ewaer occupied 6j aim
    ,by the Clipper. and in a few days seen on ( everyone MUSIC, FULL ASSORTMENT. OF iTa residence a feel froauge on
    The following appeared in the last greatly in his favor. Mayor Jones the river perfect picture;;of beauty. about five blocks on hard ,pavement : -r s pn.&and fifty C having a tolf feet on Adaasj
    LUM flER hundred and tea
    DRESSED AND UNDRESSED
    Clipper Ic answer to the question of immediately took the case in his hands .-Kite flying among the juveniles has down Bay street'where the clerk,' Mr. Will commence Its ninth year oa the '. MOULDINGS AND SAWED distance I c.between bathroom nut, pantries, c a r.It.

    Well.' eligibility ,to play in tho match and worked it 'to its good results In a j just commenced. The complaint exists Acosta, will testify, bad the best rooms :SEvOND-MONDOT: OCTOBER NEXT' -?', FINE SHINGLES the t ;including a small being-ta e.It oa A I

    same at which his admirable secured and { their The Teachers engaged are experienced and stand at ab, 1.p
    Tallahassee between the R. E. manner fully displayed saw mVl fby visiting. .
    almost No
    among printers during every the bead of their profession. pains will be spared CHEAP TOR CASH AT
    Lees and the Garden Citys: skill,as a detective. An account ot rooms,. that they were provided with to impart to the pupils a thorough knowledge of music. HEALTHY AS ANY, PART OF THE citY
    of tho ,
    period year.A of air
    DUVAL....The question Is. in the case the discovery of the fire in tfmo'to save cool water, fresh towels, etc, When 1 THE DEPOT LUMBER, YARD. having bCsO41IItCASH good andfrtecfrcuEuion at a very low figure at, a t d._W'

    you two quote, a difficult, one to decide. The the building was published in our Saturday :. young gentleman of this city desires apologized for' the remainder of the FACULTY FOR. 1874-5.' I and Lumber'ddivered at all landings on In all the parti rivr of, at the low city rates and,vicinity AU orders dr. 0 setting up For particulars"*sppij J..j"i.I't.

    clubs\ you name are not professional I morning's Usue. to Pekin-to California. We guess committee' they:assured me. I had done 'Prof..A.KRIZEK,of Germany. I receive promptatttntionLOUIS Jacksonville,Fla.,July 1.1874. ,
    organizations and therefore not be will not the of,Pekin has left W. of Boston. J. BRUSH ,two Mu&fe J
    as City Miss MINNIE BRADBURY rent
    amenable Also by same party.for
    to the rules governing intercourse On examining the sides of ,tie aperture NewYork.' all a committee could do fur them and Miss.E.ADAMS,of New York, yclumn illit Martk.,6.1874. ', of four rooms sac'. ""ae.Lra and Church. saects.
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    or Kichclubs. If cut through tho interior wall it was that they needed nothing. and lam and near the St.James .
    you have afitate As. For terms&CO,apply. to : FURNISHED HOUSE AU the above named property T very desirable for
    Delation in Florida that found .Mayport is becoming a very fashionable to sir that thero is not a 9-3031 J. H. OCHUS THIRST-CLASS ..
    Asssciatloo'swuuc that the piece was taken'out with willing say, ;... Northern visitors.. ,

    It, the governs your case A* we look At the aid of an auger' and' that the auger place of resort and Ie'Bome one member, the Garden Citya who will .WHOM IT .VAY! CONCRN, In JACKSOMVIUB -

    ,question is not whether Mr. Wells who understands it, would ,only start a Ibis and I TO Linen and duck suits.Buck-seUs.ARD. ,_
    was member of had small pieco broken from iU cut- deny to me ; am only! sur & FOR.ALELThe :t
    your club thirty days ) I have this day charterea the Steamer :xU. ..
    before he played but whether he had ting portion. Learning that a carpenter hotel there at fair prices, it would be prised at them for allowing such a reflection WAHA to Capt. ROUT DARDIS. The boat or ''. .

    Played oftho Summer. committee myself wilKnot be responsible for any debts he may '- undersigned. l Intending to remove to his plantation .
    n olher full day the
    .at7 club within sixty named Chas. W. Duval was the owner every .upon, reception *net. ,will sell his residence.pn Ada Street.nea the : .
    days .
    I for if had been elected only of such instrument search tnado remembering so well, as they certainly j curt H.L. HART. $,James and Grand National Hotels. *J .
    the an was The of the B. E. Lee Oa and aftet the lint
    < &y before the match he had the ; lady .Jriends Palatka,Fla.,Sept.s 2, t 574. _?-* tm H.>.SANFORD ;, o -. .
    tight to play If he did not come In from in his tool chest. found, in his 'shop in Base Ball Club,'l intend giving an entertainment do?, my earnest .efforts to mao them Apply.to J. C. G.OU. < twSSlf w
    ARRIVAL NEW GOODS Jikt vilU. Mart 6. i 74. PRIVATE
    gMT orpnIz tlon. If he had not Brooklyn, and an auger,with ,the ,piece for.'tho' benefit of ,the Club, omfortable, .' .tIn THRESH. OF .: I, ,> ,.SELEC' BOARD1esab.badIntlemadUyofColoadA.U.J0fl5 .

    "l member of any other) club for broken out was found therein In the probably next Thursday. evening. We regard to the reporte '8 's, !tement t .._._ ', and oil suits Bucky's *.
    days Rub a "Murdoch House, Fooyth street. between Liberty
    prior to the match he had a several of kindling about plodding it down to a hotel called FASHIONAfeLE
    right to hame, hop were pieces wish them success. THE LATEST :AND MOST and Washlngtoa. -p '
    play '
    provided he was a meraJ and 'those who could STYLES ,AND.TABRICS.. : .
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    rrthor club! be played ,in on the wood -so closely resembling" those Metropolitan, : .. C'ORNAND DAY BOARPERSjsatis&ctortff f
    day l
    o match. found In the Ice!,house as'to :be' noticeable :-Some ,of our medical friends are afford it,.going to thelbrand. National, I / ,'.";. L : CTSi < .*
    3ARATIER
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    the JULES Just targe. corn and oats at thk oflkr.
    complaining sadly about place being For ,
    themselvesas th'c '
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    will state that expressed f
    1- they laal.1 '
    and which;on comparison ,were I EW STORE : ONES at ..
    H.LCS
    . p-L, B.Knight &Co. have re enL y refine found to match and fit into each other "so infernally healthy." It is A hard being satisfied with tho hotel l. and{ said MERCHANT :TAILOR'. r .' .t '- B.Street! near Lt ., :.''..''... _r .H_.t.- .r. ,. _

    ceIve1 over 90,000 thing for everybody to be pleased at the that inasmuch as they stopped there before t.t.i..TUn BAT,JACKSC-XTOU Fi 0, ...
    r cigars at aeir almost as neatly as they did before being near W -. .Tkwls end valise at Bucky's, Mayor J. C. Creeler"-71**t" DaaId.fl.G: .

    :, hOl55aIe house, Bay street. Tiihi firm, split. On the strength of this Duval same time. ,. some of .t their I ladies, .not, bting Begs I leave to'Inform his'numerous patrons and friends \nbler.J.H.. "orloaNOTICE. c.L R'i
    the returned from New Ywk'alld brought ._
    only 1 that he has just 7 IJ.Hla 1.t ._ .
    exclusively wholesale cigar was charged with the: crime but stoutly -no sekeepers'r iay as well lock'their aware ofthe change immediately hast with J him an elegant ck of .,. : ., ,- -'
    ,: emporium ia the 'city have arid ened to the Grand"National1 to secure NOTICE. i :,-.' .. J 1' ._1
    displayed denied it until the evidences of his guilt premises carefully, keep an eye oUt FASHIONABLE MATERIAL ,
    lunch In been for Ibis ,.I ha. fctir Boys aged respectively,.is,"*3 and to
    it not
    energy and had
    sod< deserre establishing! a business, were produced ; ,.then confessed, his for their. clotheslines. there. are a row rooms ; > .Which will be madtvp h any desired stjs,asif lfafttt : years,whom I wish to hliut ou(as tpprcntica C.aos. ,'.1 hereby'MitKoric*.'Mr.:M.C. RICE'S i-
    it'l the patronage of mistake they would. haVe all:been together.11 ittitfactu farHtttm U td It'te.quality and ;smart boy*.**'' business, and cottcct b ... -
    .... cigar del. f. guilt. lie was immediately; arrested.On kleptomaniacs upon<< the".rampage. ,. whoirbrk price.1 Gentlemen are invited local!and examine these C''Aoda"I:, lRIA E klTTER'it .. .._ .. -d. _. ..-<' -
    '"' .'J' .:it O:I';' "' "ft.* '. ...all sold. st through P. O; r,at r : Friday evening he made an..affidavit 'very f1-, :(v 'I". 'J '4 .4W .4.. !"" :-' :-- :.beautiful l goods before they .;,9-16 hIJla 91'' :.O :

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    :, GENERAL DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ftc.FR. S MISCELLANEOUS --- ii : "" )Q ::::::

    L'] :J' t.T'T&: e Eu\NJqy$.

    w UoY&1'ftOf'-i. L. 8TE.\ ? & "' THE SINGERAGAIN .. S
    : ; Lieutenant F A. '
    (a. Ooviriurlf ; McMANUS, S S S
    '- ji l. kI C40N""U.-u. A. COWOILl; Recently oIBa1t1mon.) 5 ;.FLQRID'AS SAVINGSBANKAND ,
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    11. FO TEIL.Anotlk' S TRIUMPHANT.WORLD'S > .

    ; t1 ) Otirral-WM. A. COCKR. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ., ., REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. '
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    .j A4jatantQ.-neraI.JOUN AIU UJiI. ,. 1;' <. .. ,' .'." .

    4 t"AaiDa".f LaIId. and launli"'Uvn-V. EAQAW.'a ... .. .. J, '. I. (taco nceJ July! 6th, 1874.]
    : tIaNriAII'04.1U! wt Public Iiwu-vrllnnW.."'. OIBB3 Has located .In >tk ouvffle. Office and residence
    r t JL-ALKEKOEK. on Monroe street between Laura and Pine in : STREET
    .Mc1tayuf. Streets 'r,; OFFICE IN J-OVERIDGE'S BUILDING, OCEAN ,!
    PCrzMK COURT. the rear--S.of Mrs.Henderson's. boarding-house g.a6t1r5SF. : :dJHE: AWARDi.51: S JACKSONVILLE. FLA..July Itt. 1874. /
    I MI a.tetl..IE. RANDLL :: : : Is hereby. given of the incorporation of Tkt FltriJa SavUft.Baakaxd. .R/. .*tt, jctbnigtt .
    NOTICE
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    ,.J Avr.CisUi u.tlcN-l. D WESIl OTT + COLCORD; ', t' .: I principal place business In the city: Jacksonville. '" .
    : )t.LVANV&tiEBERO. iI : : : '.' The,design of the Florida Savings, Bank is 1 to afford tctbc.ewhoarede.irousof savinthelrmonty the I WIIOUIA
    i '. Clerk-LTKAX! B. FO3TKK." .S;,.? ..-oJ!: S .(- AGAIN RECEIVED BY .. I meant of iaiety employing at A good rate of interest invested/ under the direction well-known cltiiens, OaDU$ AT $ATA5nAPII I
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    AT HOME iahomesecuriticsofellknownvalue I
    N jj CIRCUIT Hide and ,
    COURT. SeeetH rta Skin business of
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    r j l.f Judicial Clrcult-W. W. VAN NERS& Pensacola. ,, THE '' BANK Hotnts.-The regular hours for transaction: business shall be from 9 clock A. m. to 3 o'clock p.m.: I H. ROBINSON
    ad.. P. W. WHITE. J.'J.. H. CROWELL, : .>.W.O RJLD'-S FAVO RIX E. daily except Sundays and holidays. And on Sa urdays until 7 o'clock p. m.DEPOSITS. "

    h M .. Wra BRYSON.Qu'ney.Live Oak. _.._' :!. : : '. .. .-Deposits will be entered in the books of the corporation and also In A book to be given to the de WHOUM1A ft: RAIL
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    it 4.h .. .. &. O. AEcniBALD S Cl < : poaltofThit book will be evidence of his or her property. When moneys are withdrawn this book must be S
    JacksonI 1Ia.1. ltrccts.
    DRUGGIST
    brought to the Bank to have the entered. Depositors take the themselves in
    r vtflI.. :". ,5p payment may out money or, case
    .h JuOWa ClrwU-. n. 009 "fi lith" .. J. T. ),(A08EE.T'lIIpa. Highest cash prlcee, paid fat. Hides Skins Fun SEE THE FOLLOWING will be repaid at any time when called for when there Is a sufficient amount In the treasury uninvested; oth. Bay ,
    r : tUi.. a' J. w. 1'JUCK, Enterprise. W&& Cf7"':' v,; !-;5-' -"** S ji8 wiy f enrisc.t the earliest practicable: period, ha d. order in which they may be called for. jACKSONVILtE, .FLORIDA.nncAirnom .
    IJlTnl. .-Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(or two cents per day on f too) wiu be paid
    Mr.. annually upon all deposits which shall'have remained three months or more in the Banks to be added annually I COMPOUXDIYG
    I nCVAL COUnT.- .. C. L. HOBIHSOK, J. W. WHITNEY, SEWING" 'MACHINE SALES OF 1873: to the principal: of the Depositor. S A "IA I
    rEttyu1rP.w.A.w('LK A X. AU'yat Law and U.S.Comm'r. Notary Public. 'ACCOUNTS UNCALLED FOR.-Anyaccount to which nothing shall be added and which shall have remained S
    'C, Clark lit Court< I ... U.1>UICKEE. p ROBINSON & CO., The Table of Sewing Machine Sales for 1873 shows that our sales last year amounted to 331,444 Machines, ACCOUNTS PAYABLE TO H MRS.-If pcrsonsdie who own money in this Savings Bank the money will be .TS* EAR'NE'.S.FLUID .
    htate BolWtor-T! A. McDONNKLL.Oottnty RI.At betag! a large increase over the sales of the previous j ear((1877)! ).. The table also shows that paid to their legal representatives.

    ; tfokitnrCHA8 1L 8U U.IEas.. ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS BANK BOOKS.-Although the officers will l endeavor, by all possible means, to prevent frauds,yet all pay. Jh.
    1 .... Tt** nrrr-J. vT. aWAlM.Ai S ments 10 persons producing the bankbooks shall be valid payments to discharge! the corporation. S
    Agency The Manhattan Life Insurance ? EXTRACT
    : .. Company of OUR SALES EXCEED OTHER
    THOSE OF 'AN COMPANY
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    ,... *or- C. ORKKLKY. New: York. CHILDREN'S ENDOWMENTS,-Parents or guardians of minor children may deposit money as trustees for the
    I 4 ;' y (J 114'tt.-l'ETk.R"uXE15. Assets 9oo9,46a.S'3. Undivided S benefit ef such minors until they become of age,Interest upon which may be wiihdrawn annually or added to
    rplus'I.666,6a6.\lS.
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    upnaIeI4eDt.t&bno1.-C.P.VWBEY. the prini pal.
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    I 1.L. : '- 4v.cUOII''t'ra-.J. L. Buirh. J. Hemming M. A. 7'18-1'3-.1 For the period named by the number of zi3s. S4 Machines or nearly SPECIAL ENDOWMENT PLAN.-Deposits In the Florida Savings Bank amounting to$yo during each year for a BUCH U'I
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    1' :' Ima''D' 1. term often year will secure the depositor a cash payment of ft poo at the end of the term or proportionatelyon ; !
    I' : ,1'4 votary ruhlics-John O. IIsmH, F. U. Knapp, T. I N. BETTES, DOUBLE THOSE OF ANY OTHER COMPANY. smaller or larger annual deposits. In case of inability to complete the ten annual payments the depositor I
    I jIo J i I..IWts O. P. Coop t. Ch '. M. Summers W. U J f. can withdraw the amounts already paid In, upon g ving three months notice together with the accrued interest The only known forBRIGHT'S
    '/tI'. I... JIff'?')*, E.l -in lltfrUns, Wm. U. Li-dvith, E M.C'heiy. thereon. This plan,unlike ordinary life insurance secures the depositor against forfeiture of preY oUl'Paymcnts.! remedy
    Tno. U.Mmey,J. W. Bwnim, Orstigrr. PHVSicjAN AND SURGEON It may be further stated that the sales of 1872 show a relatively larger increase beyond the sales of other and offers safe and easy method of providing A handsome endowment for U e future of parents children friend
    V .' ,1' J CIa. IL Irarkve, C. Cfdnngton, W. L. Cuan, J. W. makers, than of any other year. For instance, in 1871 we sold 45,000 more Machines than any other company or the depositor individually. S!<<;deposits/ not to be withdrawn for ten years. will entitle the depositor to S
    I. ,",'. .. Whltmy.Coamy. _JacksonvHle. Fla: ; ,,'herea'ln 1873, the sales were .?' i t113,254 -: a certificate for doullt the atnotttt if tuck i1;"$its, payable In ten years in furor of any person designated.
    ; mmft..i.nt'n-I1'f1 Pike E. Fortune, LOANS.-Ail received shall be invested in first In DISEASE
    ". OFFKK HOCKS moneys on deposit mortgages on real and personal property S
    ... ... H. U. 1101'<<,T. ti Krlte, K. Jones. From 8 till 9 a,m.and 12 till a p. m. this Slate of at least double the value or in other'airp'e' collateral securities ""
    ; .If Juntloe ..r Ihe re-Vp*. W. Samnwin. 'W. A. OFFICK AND RESIDENCE-Corner Ocean and Monroe IN EXCESS OF OUR HIGHEST COMPETITOR. REAL ESTATE.-This corporation will act as trustees for the purchase and sale' of real estate or the renting And a positive remedy for
    L T t KummiTmll C. F. TownvrnJ." Henry C Tiran. J*me.. I streets. 6-7-6m I .r "and management estates and property generally. I ,.f.
    I ,: )(. Wiiron. W. P. Chiir.ni-11, A. U. PhilipW.. L. II I r .
    ; r (:on. A liucsiogVm.. O..dIJn.J. F. Eollins .1. These figures: are all the more remarkable for the reason that the sales of the principal companies: In 1873 are JAM IS H. PAINE. i /:- A\I'L:' SPEARiNG. JONATHAN' C. CRE} UV. GOUT' GRAVEL;
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    W. Menard.qrn D AER & MARKENS, LESS than their sales in 1872; whereas, as has been shown our sales have LARGELY INCKEASKD. The S .President.. )lcc' 'r idenl. _<'* i. ;/< "/1 1{ --Treasurer "'. STRICTURES,

    <* >yi' r Ch... F. 6mlth. account of sales is from sworn returns made to the owners of the Sewing Machine Patents. It will hardly be DIABETES. "DYSPEPSIA
    Jf, Inspectors of Lumber-II. U. Moody,II. W.Cone denied that the superiority of the Singer Machines 'is fully demonstrated! all events that their popularity. in : fi'i. < <' 1 NERVOUSDEBILI ,
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    < J. I'no.-. Jr. STRICTLY WIIOI.ESALE.GROCERS household unquestionable. S .- -

    Conal.bl.0. II. )fr8.. VTi.aon. J. Smith, J. .( TV'DROPY, S
    J.'rbeiiJsauaLateJ IL Brown.CITT .
    .1, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES : REAL :
    ESTATE .r' NON-RETEXTION. OR INCONTINENCE
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    OF TACKSONVILLE. 9Gocds: at Savannah and Charleston prices., 1 URI n:. IRRITATION.INFLAMATIQV
    M. PETER JOXE9.Aldwm S f. '
    3 Or- ULCERAtION '
    J .. 4 ., -a A.THEB:: AUT E. \\".fE "NY. A. J. 49-3" I Companies. .. Sold in 1833. : Sold in 1872. ,' : ... > FOR SALE BY TIIS .OR ;:01 THE

    .I.: RUSSELL,W. WI KT DOUOL< WM.M.BOST.VII. : S THE, SINGER .....__..__-......._..._ 33L444 '/ *'9.758 ;Jncrease-... .._._ i ,6S6 FLORIDA SAVINGS: 'BANK'AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.: .' ,
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    & KOOKER
    ". 4 BEMXEY K, L ,I 8.FL1C7.IISGJACOB It. IIUBBARU. UUFF.: A. J. NORTON \Vlieeer. & Wilson. .......?_??.?.? 119,180 ''174,088' Decrease_. ...:.:_. 5..440 1 *" .' ."

    D ..___...__......._ i BLDDER.ANDKIDNEYS
    .hal-E FORTUNE. .. DEAf orncsuc-1, 40.114 49,554 LkCTCSC..L.h: 9,440 "Allen
    REAL ESTATE EKS corner Ocean and Bay I The prufert r, one of the finest resUcness in the Slate with 20 acres of land;on ibe shell road
    :''t I nierk-: V,H. CUKISTV.Treasorer streets: Jacksonville Florida. Grover Baker._ ........_..._.____._... !6.179 $2,010 Decrease...'.,__ 15.831 mile from he po-'t.fJj rtc-utiful rivtr frunt, boat-holisc.I..rge gmpe viney td, 10 orange trees, handsome one SPERMATORKHCEA

    .! -C11AR. riilDKSBHRO.As Money loaned on Real Estate security. General \Ved 1 inn__,.__.....tii.j itnjt-ritt 2I.7&> 41,444 Decrease...**_. W.* 20,67* barn.;&c. House ha'* 19.roms finished throughout in the best manner Double piazzas.' Will! be sold at less S ,: S

    .,' eor> -C. B BIMMOSSColko Life and Fire Insuracce Agents; and dealers in PineLands \Wilson..... ___._.. .. .. "*' '26,6(6 Decrease : .; 5:419: than. one ball cost: cm ejsy terms I" close' an .:"Ia e. ,
    orPH I ILIP WALTER. SS. 21.247
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    '. Plantations,&c. suburb : ? .A tract of of land mile Leiicorrficea
    ;, Springfield; a specialty.Correspondence 58 acre one northeast ot'thecty; near the Moo rief Spnng sheJl road. Welt located or"lShlies Dfseases'
    : CI.rkofMarkeiVI.OARVIN.Ciii Howe.._.__._.....__. _.. No __... the
    i< solicited. 3 ttswtl rcturni;,'(Estimated) 145.0 x> DctrceGold for; buiidiaz& lots .r mar%et gardenPrice: $17.y> per ae.;. Gln.Mone in tha Bh-dder;OrfcnliH, Prtlt

    hrald'DDREW'::; Jr. : Medal__..*._.....__.___ 16.431 ... 5 j3.tM7 Decrease..._.., "0466Wilco' The Riverside! llwi,eBruokl/>n, ten minutes walk from the center of the city. One acre of ground d\r and Mucus or Milky Graref.ci tr-

    1 f' B. C. DREW 8tGibbs._____._..._*_ Is,281. -" "33.639 Dccrcac..._*-.... '7"758 fronting Several on the river. Hinne contain' 18 rooms. In first-cLs" urder. Price including furniture $io. MAWXIC.otomoB houses and lots.wcl located in the city of}ackllOnYLlr:. 9-jo-tf
    ; LoJire Xo. SO-M. Bowrt, M.; Chax.Eliot. J AmeriQD, B. H._.____..___?,? Mt 14,182 't. S 18930 pyrcinc, ..........!... 4.7.8 ------- -- S I' _

    .f .Boo.; K. Koopman Treas.! Regular mating D & Howe_........_.....;...... _.-.!..... 13,015 '..9"7 Dccrtx.........-... '988 :J'I 5 KEARNEY'S

    1st Mid idVedue-daf (I;etch mnnlh.DtiTsl ATTORNEY AND Remington Empirc.l.:: .'_ .w__....J.: ... 9.183 : .. 493'\ Incrc J>e-....-...-.... 4,201
    Lodge No. IB-K. Wasga'c. W. il.; B. II. COUNSELLOR-AT.LAW _.......; .. .._. I '- ,. 'TOBACCOCIGAR$
    "'eblt"e..; D. Jones, Tyl'-r. Regular meeting Florence iiiinnin : ....< >.. 8,06\ ) J'S,793 DccTC3L"c.....__:... 6833 : '
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    : ::':' lot and M Mori'luys of ouch month.JnekitonriUe Office the new Freedman Bank Buildingcornet! j jyif,.,,,,,t,1
    .I ,,,It'II Chapter No.12.R. A.M-J. S.Drifrg'. Pine and Forsyth Street,Jacksonville Ha. \ ....-_....-_..--.-.......-.-. J.44$ .1 If.OCI ** DtCTXSiSC__._.** 4.55S S S .

    p .".. .' V..r E.rjocrtint II.F.;*M.last Itowrs r'ridity,See of;each D Jor month.>
    I :+ Daibanuns Coramandrry No. 2-J. H. Dricen, E. t-IV S 5ecor...._......_...._.......__..__ ..__? 3,433' 311 'Increase.._,-_.. 3.11;] PIPES MD SMFF 'j te

    ": I '' C4 D. C. DawKinn Beoordpr. Rogular! mktlllgl htV & H. lnaJ. Bramesdorf._... ?..._?...._. 3cSi' ..262 Decrease?_"'::.' 1.181 I IS : ;JLDDERKIbNCyS.. AND .DROPSI.
    &nd3dTue.dsysofeichinnnth. J. BAKER. SS
    CAK
    I J.M. S \ .. i SWELLINGS .
    STITE OntCERS. I < l
    I Orand Vaster-A. J. Unwell, Jacksonville.Orand 1 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW OUR NEW FAMILY % ,WHOLESALE BY S .
    MACHINES > Existing
    Deputy Wartrr-D. U. Wilson.TallahaucrrBr. I i i men.women and chiltji ii,
    -.1 j Ornd W.rdenP.. Jordan. Fernindma. S 5- :: : ;- '
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    .Jr. Grand T.IIUI't'r-D.Warden K.L.M'aogate Oakley.,Monlicvllo.Orand .IarkK>nvile.Uraod .! OFFICR: Reed's Building Embodies Xew and Essential P.inr.iples uplicity Construction S : F.I'6 ; NO ; .tA, TfRHA:T THE AGE!

    9 t-iy Jacksonville Florida Action at Any Speed: Capacity: or Range and Variety of Work, Fine or tuancLEAIl.G : '* : :
    If'crt'lArr-D.: C Dawkios Jock onville. : .
    Ii ;
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    ALL RIVALS BEHIND II' : ;
    i Orand Cb. .ln K John
    pl T. Penny. '
    ., IAMBS ... BAKER. HINTON 1. BAKER. ., S Prof. Seeefsays: One bottle ',
    Kearn.-y'f Fluid
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    Orand BAY '
    ., Tyll'r'.n.rid Jonen. Jacksonville. S S S S S STREET j between laura; and Hogan;' :' Exra.Buchu is worth more5alt. other Bochss
    111 18TRICT DEPUtY RAND A8TKH3. -5--- ;, .. :
    51 conlbin.
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    II. SUMMERS 5
    :; lit lU *r4ct-U. O. Alderman. Mananna.Sd -.. S S 5 S S .
    4 .. C.: -- SS- '.< S !. ... {
    ." .. -- Keeren Chattahoochee.Sd TEST .1'HF SINGER BEFORE / Jacksonville, I"lorida.S 1 S DoUarsOnC DIJar per .Bottle.el Six
    OTHER.
    1 S U. B. Taylor, Lire Oak. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW : PURCHASING/ANY, } S n lr ri
    p.!' tlb" J. 8. DrlngK..Jacksonville.th ; / > ,'. ', \ .. _". 4'22"W3m... S ,; ; r ,. .
    ,., I. t" W. II. Long:, Oral, ALSO NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONED; DEPOT.
    -S TERMS EASY I04..DUANE ST. NEW
    PAYMENTS .
    LIGHT. .
    I .4 6th to Z. H. Mron Oranire. Spring. U. S. CIRCUIT COURT. YORK
    'Ib" Frank Brunch Tampa. S .

    i' ,. '4 8TATF.OFFCn.sOFORA CHAPTER,tt.A. M. Office, Folk's building. S TO BE SACRIFICED. ; and A give Physician advice hr gratB.atteojance. 1: .answer: ;. .,'con de
    Orand High Pij.-rt-M. BOWHI,Jacksonville.
    ... Deputy Orand High l'rieet-3.t!. Dngga, Jackson.nlle. ; ... ." '.' e .' ISTAMP::' .., ,
    L.I. FLEMI G. S :' : : (: *: ; D .
    The : 1.A1" "0"
    V AXlE
    Oiind Klrif-B. O. Aldrrmui. M' rinna. .. r. .LakING. 1 1 : Singer Manufacturing Go .
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    Orand P\M1hto-D. C. WilaoOrand TaIaht.'t': & DANIEL I'.* .S. !P :
    T"ul't.'r-W. A. Ydin Jacksonville.ODIi ... fTTT-y.. 1
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    < FLEMING S '. f. "
    No. 172 BROUGI1TOX ST., SAVANNAH GA, DRY GOODS DRY GOODS
    ; ,,.. DRY GOODS
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    FF.L )W8.l' 00 P'; "" .. .!i. S : O THENERVOUS .
    r Clrlda Lodg ? o. I-Wm. 1 I. Cook. N.O.; S. M. TIR\ YSAT LAW. C. VOSBURGH .,. 5 '..'.. 4 > ( ,' J .'J S :
    Manager. S. ;
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    'l'urk..r. iL. a.
    Jtcgul&r'lIll/WIg every Tuesday .. .-
    CLOTHING I! CLOTHING ft f '"j;
    t14hL GEORGE IV. FRAZIER Agent CLOTHING I !
    OFFICE: Reed's Block comer Ocean and Bay Streets . AND DEBILITATED
    TEMPEli\XCE ApCIETIES. S .. 1 .
    Jacksonville ha.3JtIy H '> I' J I._ .
    ,f DnwU DlvUion KoNf-lIcnfy Kaue, N. P.; GPO. 8-i6tf S JACKSONVILLE FLCRIDA.S . ,. . S i -<[ S. SS'S
    or V. fratier. K. 8. ._ -.5. ',; -( .1.-S ". S t .5 !, ,. -
    Eg :
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    trrttlnpi! every Tliurs 'I' I OF BOTH'SEXES.NO
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    ; day 0-,1Ita\<>od Teioplar'a Hall '. S ; : S : :
    !lOP .
    \ Block. ESTABLISHED IN 18C8. &. -3 "' .5 5 ,
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    Duringihenext
    'J''j Jackal laAf ol I Good Templar So. I-B.F. A. KNIGHT t. 'SS >.01 :' i.J CHARGE ,
    '" I FOR
    ., Ward Vf. U. T.; t). A.l S .
    r r: cry lf d eady evening in Hoen'a II all. (3d) floor). : : "
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    KcwiM L idte No.5, 1.1>.O.T..tEtit JarJcxovillB. -) ', :. : 1" v"5-
    < U. Wrbater. W. O T.; C.- M. Jouen, W. It. S. ATTORNEVATLAW. .' A. K. PERCIVAL : ; ::: XXX DAYS : :
    Meet ) rDKJrJ? of
    ,: f v-iy cventnc at Grove IlaLnetr the shell ,. : P10"' gcute JeOersonMedka

    ,. '. road brlJp., No. Hoeg's Block, up stairs; S S S SUCCESSOR: TO J. H. CROWELL.S. L.t, .; .', can College be Phic/clphi/ several valuable wo'
    diseases
    FIRE of
    DEPARTMENT. S. the
    : Sexual
    .I Chi**Engineer-J.me* 1C Uoey.1st 3-2swly Jacksonville Flat! "1: S I. S I. will offer for sale my stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, &c., &c., at. STY I rM.cnut( a has mode an especial uludy
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    I\ A..... Joseph Mancrck. 5- S .. < either or female.'no matter from what cause

    ..' ftteam Fire. Kofrluc: Mechanic's-Thos.. J.. Mott,.Fore-.. ;::1''i 'tI' '.. ,. : ", :. 'Igiuxting'or of how long standing. A practice ofy o o
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    -- *MajEtna L, ROBINSON LOWER FIGURES.THAN EVER yean enables him to treat diseases with success.
    ituwrn Fire Eopint-"William Bay, Foreman. C. .5 t ,Ff" .. ..: : S piaranteed. CreClnabl1'h at a CR

    Alert Hone No. 1-C. C. Vandi-rgriff, Foreman. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW : :. v> *. ,.,; ).,,\,,,...'N... can fr mp.a enclosing
    PhJniz1Ioaeio.-A.J.Ru.aelForcman. ; ; -/- .' ., smp t nay postage
    Ammicus Book and Ladder .: : 1.' 'S. -' In order to close out stock on hand.:

    -.. Foreman. Co.-T. A.11.0110 Also, NOTARY PUBLIC, and COMMISSIONER : ( .ri" 1;" \,': ;. D. BUCKY Sn for the c..i U Trice
    J.: J/e.I
    U. S < m
    BANKS. S. CIRCUIT COURT. : < ." /t'.rt. {i". <
    '. I :FnM>4mu'l paving'i Bank forwr of Pine And Office: No. Masonic Block. 4, 1'i4: S Great SouthernB3zar; Bay street, Jacksonville. ; S .' S .
    2 .
    stvA. .. B.
    DYOTT
    Forsyth' II\rfi8ta.J. W. Svalm Canhier. ', ..' :'... .. .. J. M. D.,
    .r'i .
    D.O. Ambler's Backing Rouse, Bay street,T. H. ':. ."# ; : ,' .<", ,' : ; .
    : Kazvv.Cashier.K. ; O. WRIGHT :. : ;\ Pri n, and, Surgeon, 104 Duane St.N.Y.

    (.' oiOoean.. W. Dennji' Banking House, Bay street. ,corner S t :. : i:. :, SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME TAKE COMFORT ,
    -
    ., ATTORNEY AT LAW.Reed'i i' S
    HOTELS. DEALER 'IN 5'' S "' COFFINS AND.UNDEITAXERS
    ., Grand Wafk-nsl. Bay itreet, near Julia Oao. Mc- t -..
    r' Oinley. ho .rietor. Block, Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla. .' ,.;, .

    .;.; Mftropol'Un. Wewoan .Mreet nesr Bay, J. B. E T A L LIC
    Will practice In the different courts of the Setat. Col- '
    M
    ToruL I'l'Oprielor. '
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    t,. ections dromptly attended to. 718ifH. BOOTS SHOES LEATHERAND : PORT BURIAL
    ., .:i unjon.Ocean; lious' freprietrrs*. Ocean street, ,near'Bay Mrs. C.L' ROYALER. R. CASES,
    AND
    ,* FioridA Uom,corner Fornyth and Cedar streets A. fATTISON. A. .. MBSK. \,. ,
    .,..:) \T. E. Stockwell, anagcr. S S 55 WOOD COFFINS ,
    FINDINGS :
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    FEDERAL OFFICERS. PATTISON ,
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    .. I .I OeUeetor of CU"IOJI1IO-.l'. R. SCOTT. WILL KEEP COX,TA TLY HAND" ..
    A Drputr Colkwior-O. W. BLfcW. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. S ON S 1S i NOTICE TO .TRAVELLERS.S SS
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    InarecL.nrClfl1tattlmU
    JIIQOISS. '
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    ,: PostAtt>ter-E. M.CHENKV. S .
    I Office. RcQua's building Jacksonville. Pla. -A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK .
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    t l Oollec'or of Ictrrna: I venuo-A. KNIGHT. .' ( .: ; :t'- /
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    Survryor-Oeneml. W. GILBERT.
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    '.: U. & O.qtr-TnOS. McMUUKAY. ESPECIALLY '
    \OBBINS & IVERSON .. .ADAPTED. TO CITY AND COUNTRYRETAILTRADE -
    ,, \ '.'''''- '-'S. -
    U. R CIRC\"lT corir. S 5 Passengers make Close ConnectionI'M OF ALL SIZESAND
    .", PBILIPFUtSKK.. ; .QUALITIES.LADIES' .
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    AUot'IJto1-J. B. C. Dk W. '
    Xarahal-a. CUNAN"f. GUN AND LOCKSMITHS And by strict attention business and the wants of the! public, will endeayor to 7iATIfE EMBAUIINGDON, E.WHN
    Cl..k-l. B. TOWK8EXD. ; ' ". .' 1-. 5 ,, REQUIRED.,
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    ,1 U. 8. Bfistr In .' / ALSO,
    D4IIkruptCT-F. FBASER.MISCELLANEOUS ,
    ALSO. EL1CT:: O.rLATI\G AND GILDING GOODS SENT BY, :MAIL ,AND 'EXPRESS, S : t. : ,,,. 'SAVANNAH: & CHARLESTON *u.i!; if ;. MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED SS

    .i > S S To all pans the State.- ; I -1' -, .:1 :', ',,: ., .' ._ .. SLATE MANTELS.

    t' : .1 :. 9-5 At the slgnctheBIG!: LOCK. AT THE OLD STAND COR. BY and OCEAN TS.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.' .. .' ;jS-jtf. ., ; -". '; -AND I ; '1 SLATE HEARTHS,

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    : : J. H. NORTON S S. S.H"KOOKER.!: NUFACTURED TO ORDERAND.FOR
    ; ,E JOHNSON M. D. .
    1 PRINTING1. .
    ( '
    al and
    P. Attorney law Notary Public. ': ,' 'S I PORT ROYAL RAILROAD SALE BY


    ,' : ;! *h' :?**&.N E p'ff.: : HOMCEQrATHICPHYSICIAN NORTON & .KOQ.KER.-/: ;: ; ,, : -.5 CALVIN. OAK,
    : frJ ; I. i .
    : a : ., :? AND SURGEON. S.. ,.. S .: 'orsyth Street,betweea Laura and Hogans,
    'l: ': 'i DIALERS( ,. For An:;a ta, Atlanta. Chattanooga: Memphis, Nashville. Louisville;'Cincinnati tw4t ( Jacksonville.Florida.

    t .j JOB *AND BOOK PRINTING Office: north side of Bay Street, In Dr.; Robinson's'! ; .RE'AL : .,! St. Louis.,, Chivago, and! all. points North, .SaSt..nnd. : .. West- .

    ,, .,.l .. :, new buildinc.next block,east National Hotel. 1Q91fW -.ESTATE" ;> ; ETA.LLJ C.

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    S ", 5' 5 5 5 5 ESTABLISHMENT.. ,." R. ANNO, OF .ALL KINDS/ i :, :. ,',-j- .
    : I TRAIN ,
    hi" : S S ,f ; .- :.. 5 : LEAVESDAILY. AT' 9.30 A. M. :; ; BURIAL CASES,

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    ArroRsEr.AT.LAw GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS ienkfn 'tiie .fotlowin, ,
    0 : ( COFFINS.
    .: : S ,. rep i.jcpm: WOOD
    f "S The proprietors a re eepsredto' execute... .orders "forevery -'p3nles : S I. "' ... ,..)* n- : .... JI PASSENGERS HOLDING TICKETS BY: OTHER LINES 'CAN: GET THEM .
    r dcterlption of S S OfSct I Reed S .
    In .
    t Block Bay Street. S S
    ..-.. -.. / 'FRANKLIN OF''PHILADELPHIA I ; S 'j > EXCHANGED ; ) ._-
    S .: .. Io.'c, t'n..1.; 4 ,: *, V" \thcolllt.laedaueea.ofoYa' S : t (therebyavoding tMay in Savannahj J AT ; .

    .:, :' .* PLAIN SS f 7fKliMWi' ,F.,.,".. I CONTINENTAL, OF NEW YORK... ,' ..... ., f. I 1. \1 ,.. ,: i.,, : =: tt. L .', ; : .! 'Sr ; ;
    ORNAMENTAL., PRINTING. : .. t :
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    'I' ...1 '.r' S '-. :P.' S &' nASNETTLAW, : MANHATTANVOF NEW YQRK 'Q7 000 000 .,: .3< : : BREN-S--.: 'TICKETQFF1GE."; <: ;-: ;'t\ .off a ,
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    S. 8. di;..s BUSINESS- CARDS; ; -. CALL PENN', OF PHILADELPHIA. : ', \,'. .) t! ; h :11- J' ,* '. .': "' ( _S' fl S.. ; 'I- I't, ; : ._,',1 1o ".ICU,!: 5 5 > ASD'
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    _ S :i i i tI4.t, : vlls17; ?;?'CA DS. ;"' ,.''.I7l', S. / (.,; / '. LOANING MONEY ON""" REAL ESTATE-AND. C VEY NCI G'A i ; .< "', ;; ,21BuiL'WREET 1 .. I' .'. I., 'SAVANNAIf. ,. GA., .: .' Vw* .- :'l'. .r"" ', } V f<* A 'O O -TTtMTi1 IV <- TS.. ( .

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    ,.j : j'j. ." ". S WEDDINc'ciRDS.'l* ,J" S Ornc -In Re d> PutMIng.. up stairs.lv. ,. .. S, S ,SPECIALTY, \ : ,. \ ", I :, I. I' 'I .. ',4 !'I ;. 1 'MARRLt-yRONf"
    .t. .'J. '.... ... ',.. 'Af I" '' I .I We give\ below a few.of the mm: hoce. places for ; ''' .BLEIoIN' > Ro. ; SS. .
    I". '. : f..Vt" '.', ILt..).nAPS. .. ". -. ACKSONVILI.. E Fla j ; ( sate by us : STRICTLY RELI. : : {ATION'FURyiSHED.Jiii1''- :
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    S : f "II. i" ( "" u I l ; ,.. ,<'! '. No. 13. Two-story house on Ashley street, near St. No. 10$. Dunlawton, Plantation; on Halifax'river, i If! : ." I. .} JT$ tret. JtekscaviOeTFIai S
    &
    ARTHUR
    A. NE\ '
    S ;S, 'i ,. LETTER, JtEADS S..._ ., WM : J1I1 James Hotel, pleasantly ll\Uated.l one of the best seven miles: north of Mosquito< inlet, at Port Orange: J !"S i//' ,. DAILY PAPERS '' : .1".. ".11"L ./! ,;.:: :' c. O. LIViNGSTQNl: .
    *' w P' 4j{ in the house Is with six .. ,
    ; neighborhoods city; new, rooms, I.too acres, 1,150 acres rich hammock,lying one mile .5 'S S : .., -. .' :
    y : .C'JIlCUt.A.kS.. ATTORNEYS plenty of closets, and good servant's room* lot 51 H* from river: SO acres'h:gh,1 shell land, immediately/ on I -i. ., ,' -i: -a fe .
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    i 7OTYRS." ."* 1 ., '."_ S Sl .5 .. 10$ led,. good fence good sidewalk j and the street the river bank having Iront of about one fourth mile, From the folo'wingxc5tiea] on file evpry day, FREE Tp JByERXBOOY; : : Boston, : :5af-'t\'!'' ,. < ..t, ''1' ., '. .

    -1iR1r: shelled; grapes In bearing; A fine lot of young orange: with large two-story frame house, '18 rooms, needy S New York, PhlladrvhlatlBoIilti.nore.) S.\n.FranCliCo..Cblcago ". ; ; ST. AUGUSTINE. S
    l 4 % STREET. NO. 330. trees; Bowers And shade trees growing thriftily; good finished; bouse commands view of the river and ocean St. Louis and ''" '* ."', ...r' !f. 'I. ', FOR T

    : ,, ** PAMPHLETS. :..'_. :. .. well with pump on back porch which U covered with and is surrounded with larze.'bearinR orange trees, !1. '.. .' > ; Cincinnati,. many others r
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    III .-*-t .. WASHINGTON CITY. flowering vines. Will be sold cheap. some '75 to-too in n mbcrc..: od well, anda cistern: :: ,i-/- -, i 55 S S 5 :THE SCHOONER

    .4 : _BLANKS. OF ALL KINDS. N. B. To capitalists "desiring big thing." there that holds i.aoo gallons: ,in yard r thoroughly, ditched S Quick \Time, andureeaiou.z'ia/AeFoiRya1Ra7oad! i. ,. S
    and drained .
    10VQlld canal from sdor-house
    5' ; the
    is dollars running
    a fine opening: lztSpringeldi j slew to ,
    -- S .Ii- .; '.. ,,J 5S, ,3 S AMUEL FAIRBANKS, will go great way just now. r'or particulars enquire river fur transportation;of crop; immense __ : of M & JCooker () And urccta.wild orange tree on the place: the soil, similar to'the Maola
    __ J. Jtj Jt, I.L'\.G.J. tUin. orton. corner .can Bay / ? .
    .T..WOItK, '. .. '
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    S S NOTARY PUBLIC FOR DUVAL COUNT Y << 'IU&&I' landa "f Cuba. to "hich It iii full, equal Ajid. < < "' : ':5, "; S
    -4. -I No. A HAKPSOM Resinnc SALS. Six
    FOR HUSSEY. .
    S 74. limestone fa ;: HOWELL.
    JNO. yr
    abundant. 'J hia place i" really one 01 the .. .
    I- large 10011II' and kitchen: double. bay window on the "H1.nI.'; I: : ; .i* ," -
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    "f Taekaoaville fan.- '!" : j pbua ia t'lor/dja/ and was. \noWll" as such be. .f : I ...11 ,1: S -::.-. S ..b.ttezwJadiso'ffl'S
    4. double
    west, large double parlors piazza-on the south, fun the S ,
    .. commanding: dne .of the finest views in Jacksonville ; 'war. t., :'. I S t.4ugetac; ;
    CHEAP. NEAT AND. PROMPT.T I windows filled with Our 4o4nch and ''N Do S .Freights V***;
    S. lights glas hung B; you want a snug winter bome with H'USSEYr HOWETSL' l
    SALE. __ _
    V .. FOR with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching. lo the orange.trees and flower;III'tlorld..t You CU'Cd'a800r > '> : ;;1 1 :' j : : 1 :: S To' .." (reighl' o *s g. ,'
    with bl Dda}.aIJ casing: are finished with mould a beautiful lot. in Springfield '.n.- :
    70x156 feet high and 'WWTLb ,,
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    -1 o'SAtU'AND'' : FEED STABLES RIVERSIDE HOUSE: ing and oiled and varnished making beautiful finish healthful],and within ten minutes walk o'-the post-office S .j. .. S M;. \raOLESALE.ANDTRETAItt: :. : L tiS1N"'U'-': 'J'"'' .4s4B !' apply. .S .t to- WL -" "-

    JL ceding high walls hard-finished, open stairs, double on which to make I It,for >?5Pol1:particular esquire ,. '" .... ,, ,.. ,...'.!.. I L, Jalef

    JACKSONVILLE. FLA. glass China closet front doors store-room mortice,plenty Inck fit of clothes-presses every door in house.bath; Norton & Kooker.Vo. ..!.... 1' . ", .. ; O "O 'T'Sy '.:.'. ,SIS) S "E.., ., S'!J,.;: 'l .O .. ,lAM, "S NC. 'e .
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    Well adapted for a fine private residence first- room t hip roof with Cupola, from which "a charmingview &19. A tract of 83 acres i ooacrct cleared Jura- ., s._' '. .. -' -'_" : _.
    or tPOdcland
    fine .
    i is to be had of the city,the river and surrounding : front on St.Joha'srivtr} two miles west : "' '
    class boarding bouse. Two stones with manurd roof country ; three JotS,ldrz.Jj7XJco feet; good: well: ..r.J(acksonvl le. Ibtslsove of the most denirable riveryoung : '<. ; : S : 'Percale shim;u ake,at BocJcy(. .
    it sleeping rooms, acre land 41 orange!: trees The shade trees started .haifA mile fnun puaLoftice.fl'ODts' In the vicinity of Jacksonville.WIU be divided! \ LEJVFJERFINDINGS.A' : : '' .
    ... finest location and cheapest piece of property In this ; .. ,, 1 '
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    J"". rooms: thoroUirhly ntand finished In fjrac: tellfei Florida Home containing: the old vineyard. For sale ';
    with twelve feet ceilings: one Acre of ground covered at a bargvn, S .' : complete ,assortment:of New :York anc1, Phia4ip1ii&?i fine ." S. ELU ODr ",'
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