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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: October 7, 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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oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
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System ID: UF00079941:00024
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Related Items: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1874 : Weekly)

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VOL. II., JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. ..r '", '
WEDNESDAY
J. MORNING '
OCTOBER ji8.:: NO/SC
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THE NEW SOUTH. scour out the channel to the requisite tional depth ofthree feet on the bar, '4$ PROrESSIOMAX*. ,CARTS, ftc. ,-

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EVERV-WEDNESDAY AND depth and of ccurse prevent the deposits for $10,000 a year the payment to be : MISCELLANEOUS.: QROCKRIE AND PROVISIONS. RAILROADS AND STEAMERS.

PUBLISHED SATlJIlDAY. which now take place under strictly contingent upon the sucess- 1TJR. F.. A. McMANUS, -'

SUBSCRIPTION- the influence of high, long continued ful execution of the agreement accord. RIcHARD MCLAUGHLIN, CLARK S Twamine Backy's___ 1.- .

TERMS ? winds blowing toward the land. It ing to all its .'(Raxntty. e1L"tHOMEOPATHIC -_, .) JOHN I
terms and REAL
cnn-4VacKt.T.i .mafl suhscriben 'jo pet! aftlllUII.t' conditions.. 'aS ESTATE AGENT. .
,"c15..-c eop e. f JDO eacfc; ad en extra copy appears that this scheme could be applied "For the reasons thus b ftcyset forth ,PHYSICIAN cscka.sev1k FORWARDING TACKSONVILI.E. PENSACOI.A AND,
chA .. .FZr1m.
f received time. .
Y wtti be sent to every ten at one J MOBILE kAILROAD CO. '
B/KKLY. man subscribers, ft per tH* TV"qte I. with reasonable promise of sur- I I: estimate that the expense of deepen. Hu located IB IickfoavBI Office AJI-u of Real Estate bought and sold; Uoner in MID

" .t si.>$ each Twenty copic ft,60; fifty Xo> crss: by constructing a pier or breakwater ing the thechannel over the bar, 'so M Monroe ttrtctTWcca. LAura* *54'KM and ftIid-r fa vested.Taxes paid.. Titles examined.R O. and after SUNDAY, MAY t;, il?*, traia!
tutatt. COMMISSION will ,
cei."..o'CKlL. along the north side of the that it will answer demands of com- the rear of Mrs.Hoxfenoo'ibaardinchouM.H. g-tf New F S w y tmaasmi..,. to Wiulam A.o,.. Esa., MERCHANT: run as fellows: :*

AlJ"ERTlSlNCUTES; channel, and in its general direction meree,t will require an appropriation F. -S Lewis YOIt'k H. Kcdaa-: Ei-Cov.: -, Philadelphia A. \;. Cunin.: W.BeII Stokes aie,Boyd PLt ':., .', Ann BIAIBB. f If *. PASSENGER SAVANNAH TRAINS AND WEST (DAILY) FOR
'S11O'\\'UJoLY't 00 per ncb,ct Ie, ,fintl-nOll: COLCORDS Philadelphia D G. TALLAHASSEE.;
Banker
; Ambler
parallel thereto, extending from the of $ for the first ,lackaonviUe.Fla. S
IOOOO and *
bCh wbMqaent i-moa. joxents.WECKLT. year per Henry Tucker,bos&ou..jJaas. 1l0CE1l1 .. PROVISIONS. GRAIN LesveIackscsvtlis.topmaml .
33117pdS ,. bop.4:10
4aacrt1eubCqlleL each shore to the existing bar, approaching haps somewhat less = .
: f i 15 f "< **hu.t : I amount for each SncccKor Bid sad Skin ,:ss
l iaeruon.f j cents. he outer edge as nearly as practicable.A subsequent year, and that the meritsof to bwiacM rfJ. FOI'IIJ1bb.% LuCcs; hats ask Bucky.TJ .. ,.HAY. SEGARS..k S ac': .,., 'S Lak.Cgy /:10 t:3 j an
jijJLwes.tOCCflDPTt15C.TLIMs : }LcROWV.I.S Arrive-at Live Oak.Leave ......-50 sad 3-"JO
.. project of this character the method Sole. Agents foeFbida for Madison .,.
: CASHIH* ADVANCLAddrcu was rec- proposed for trial may .. .. 6 a m

ADAMS CARRUTH IV CO.. commended by a commission Fourteen I be ascertained at,any expenditure not COTMT Bay aw] Octta tracts. OBERSON & MAPSON: '..n-1)'abI&.ud. .... T..112"W MontKcOou -' IOJ 7=

lacksonville. fl0ri4&. but undertakenin Quiacy5_ ._.
was .
years ago, never exceeding ismpmme
5000.
cash' Have opened a hitdamS Wkite't Punt: Mosey Drawer \ .
Hiabe pricfb *Jd far S -S al Ct.rt.Koo..hic5. S t wo ,
Hides :
| Skim. Fun ,
consequence of its great cost, and Very,respectfully your obedient servant -! '%.z&c.: ,,' f' 1" .Aftatfot, ..
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,.. : PASSENGER TRAINS EAST
DAILY
The St Johns Bar. doubts of its SHAVING SALOON ( FROM
some The :
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feasibility Q. A. GILLMORE -
< -' ," _' __. > ',', .' ,' 'S 2 D i.izz II, TALLAHASSEE> FOR SAYA."lNAII.-.... ... ,
exist, C.i*KMmacuc.t.-.r. *- 'J.V.'i .. ... S S -- "*%' ''#1.: : ir lt.- --. ... - We publish hcrevrith-'the UKi"i'J}, 'same objections at the presenttime Major of Engineers,'&c.,.U. S. A.** Atr-yatLawAadU.S.CoaimV. .f comer of Pay 1'1Itreets.,where all the modern 5, -,:. ;'" ';-.' -; :
Pub
and its estimated Notary ic. appIsed by the best saloons ia the S VOLUSIA. { 'fy Wny<[TinHtrVXKf1'_ _. .
cost of $196, country can -lirrr 6:11 oa
I.. selection from the report of Gencral -5StaUstics r L. ROBINSON &: CfO.: belound. .- Qulncy 1:1"
t19tf. "" -
----S
000 in 1854 would have to be increased ... S AMD I. Tallahassee! __
1 of Commerce.-Excess of Ex .. .:JO'.
the of the improvement
Gillmore on feasibility i I now to at least 300000. ports over Imports. I RtAL! ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS THE CENTRAL SALESROOMSAN S Van Brunt&; Bro'.. Line Saffing Packets .. 3Iond-"flo5 Maduott.Live _. S __. 4SG

of the bar at the mouth t)fthe I Besides Agency The Manhattan Life !Insurance '.. .. r.-
considerable benefit
no wouldbe Oak.
The advance sheets of the monthly New York. Company of FROM NEW YORK. .. _po a m awl 9:toArrive

St. Johns. As yet we have not derived from its adoption much report, (No., nj of the Bureau of Statistics Assets 9,009,463.83.. Undivided surpll11'I.666,626.9S.. AUCTION AND GENERAL'COMMISSION $ Baldvia-UkeUry_. ._5:30 mod 1135pnoamaod 11:40. .
twJ -lga: Bay Street. boDYir.cI'F JTorid .
been able to obtain a copy of the report short of its entire completion: or not ,, have been received, making risi.jsiJ S HOUSE at'jckioivi1kaois a ni and 4:15

itself, but when we can do so, without an expenditure of at least in some respects a gratifying exhibit N. BETTES, Bay,Street near' Laura, A I R B A N K-S TRAINS TO ST. MARKS _

will make public any other portions $200,000. For these reasons" I can in_ regard to our commerce. Our exports '. S -S I .. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.- .. S (Tuesdays,Thursdays and Satan!*?*.} .

not reccommend this plan. continue and for PHYSICIAN AND PUBLIC SALE every SATURDAY. LeareTalla -- .. ..,. (
large, the.fiscal SURGEON) 6111-1wd' DKALKK. ion j a m
tlf it that seem likely to interest our Arrive at St.Marks____ rf.ya c '
IMPROVEMENT BY CLOSING THE MOUTH year ending July ist, must foot up Leave St.Marks.: ....---__'__ I.SS p.
readers : Jacksonville. A TELLONVILLE GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS S Arrive at T-n.."__ .
OF .
FORT GEORGE INLET. a considerable excess above our im Of net Hoots-From 8 till 9 a.m.and i till a p.ro.OmcK / HOUSE, -5------ r.ao: .

We also append the General's re "Dr. A. S. Baldwin, a citizen of ports. The present report makes the Awn RXSIDOIO-Comer Ocean pad Monroe I BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE,FLA.W .. ROBERT WALKER. '"* *"*

port made to General A. A. Hum Jacksonville has for many years confidently amount of domestic exports for the streets. 6-7-601 I'' MEu.o* VILU:.ORANGE COUNTY FLA. H. L. MAGEE. Ass't S Sapt.Receiver and CeaT.. .Snpt',"" a->e

phreys Chief of Engineers, in January advocated closing the mouth month ending May'3151, 1874 $57- AER & MARKENS Always keeps on hand .. '

1869, or all of it excepting the of Fort George Inlet, as offering a 591,619, while the foreign goods re- B HAY. CORN, OATS GROUNL Bucky aelb boots aad sb0a- cheapest.. .

first paragraphs and portious of others sure remedy for all the evils exported amounted to $3,118,240 x S-S- r I. I. HITE Proprietor. BRAN
growingout ; or STRICTLY WHOLESALE GROCERS FEED PEAS, CHICKEN FEED, .. & w i IT. cO.'S RAILROAD.FERNAKDINA .

not necessary to give his views : of the inadequate depth of wateron together $60,709,959, against $51- Gent's!famuHng good low at.Bu.:ky'<. PORK. LARD, BACON.SHOULDERS A.G.

the St. Johns bar. Dr. Baldwin's 242,848 imports for the month. ,
REPORT. same JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .. n.OIl ._..
I ,
"For nearly one hundred miles from theory, if f understand it, rests upon Inc amounts tor the ,corresponding u 43-Goeds at Savannah and Charleston prices. FOR SALE OR RENT-COUNTRY. FISH HAMS., FLOUR .;TO CEDAR KEYS. .

S the assertion or the circumstance month last year were $47,266,579 of 4 .9-3m -
perhaps
its mouth the river forms a wide, HOMINY,MEAL RICE, '
come
socrm. .
come J o mr.WW.
sluggish sheet of water, more res em- that there is on each tide an domestic exports, and $2,894,817 of & OTEL AND ORANGE GROVE HECKER'S FLOUR FARINA, L' .Ar,*..

a lagoon tha.i; a river, the distance interchange of waters in large volumes foreign gocds re-exported ; 'or together NORTON KOOKER, H BUTTER, CHEESE APPLES ONIONS FernandiaCallahan_ .- i. srpam: r3SP*
res :a.i
from shore to shfre in some between St. Johns River and Fort $50,'6i,396, against $57.538,391 of REAL ESTATE DEAI.Ei.S. comer.Ocean and Bay FOR SALE.OR RENT.We .. POTATOES, SUGARS, SYRUPS Baldwin J- -___ ':110 81'.' 2-jole.s. ,
Thus streets Jacksonville;Florida. MOLASSES, COFFEES. ---93)l 3 3ar.
imports. it will
George Inlet that the be that
waters thus seen
five ; .
Stj-k.-
places being fully miles. The Money loaned on Real Estate seemrity. General TEAS, COCOA nn la'
currents: in the river are apparently exchanged flow through swash chan last year the excess of our importsover Life Lands and Plantations Fire InsuracCe&C., Agents and dealers in Pine wM tent tea, .,the season or ten on easy terms, I l SNUFF, ., GainesTOleArcber_ _- ISD 11:10
Springfield suburb -
3:10pm
9:49
but slightly influenced by freshets nels and otherwise over the north our exports for this month was Correspondence solicited. a 32&wtf specialty .THE ALA CHACOor OKANCEIOUSE. OILS, SOAPS. Broa.oe -' jSS 9-04 a.

wen during the rainy season, and shoal, and not around by the main $7.366,975, whereas ;this year the tables Near5itcfloI1e jt 5- STARCH TOBACCO Cedar Keys. 6)10 6.)10'
Orange Co.:, Florida CONNECTIONS.At .
channel across the bar and that while are turned, and the exports A. 131RNEYATTORNEYS S WOODEN-WARE, BUCKETS. '
'hen active the
most near, mouth are ,
wuARTHUR FERNANDINA.wth Steamer'Cry Point from
without duubt due to the tidal ,, this flow is taking place from the exceed the imports by 9467111. WITH THE NURSLRY FARM. ORANGE ATTACHED GROVE AND ASKETS. BROOMS, NGESTL Charleston and Savannah,Mondays at 4 a. ...;steamer
'a..e.1 -
river to the inlet that is the For the eleven months ending May ; CANNED GOODS Of'EVERy Dictator from Charleston and Savannah.ThunJays at
during KIND.
The waters do not, even when there I 4 a. nv. With steamer Linw Baker from Savannah
ill toojunction of ",'esterl.1 ebb tide, it increases th: outward 3ist, this year, our domestic exports THIS PROPERTY IS' MOST ELIGIBLY Brunswick and St. Mary's, Mondays at 6 a.si j far
strong STREET. NO. .EVERYTHING thoM points on Fridays at S t. .. ,, ,
amounted 43. 330.. S -
current over the shoal thereby still to $976,895,783, and our 'LOCATF..D-IM miles from the Steam. At
of Loot,Landing'Lake Monroe. son villc at 4:07 p. at.;fOVJCkSOIIViUC at a,m. '
agerry in the formation of the further diminishing the volume of re-exports foreign goods to $21- WASHINGTON CITY. IKTHI' AtGAlNt>VILLE.wuh Ul-weckJT..p ges linefcr

bar at the mouth of the stream by the water which would otherwise pass out 820,412 ; or together, our exports FOR INVALIDS THE-CLIMATE' FORAGE.GROCERY.AND PROVIStON LINE Tampa: with stage lute for NewnansvOlc, TuelaysandiridayL
B. C. DREW CANNOT
tleuosit uf the sediment brought down by the main channel. As already were 598816195. Our imports for J 1 :SURPASSED-while no part of Florida combines -BE / SELL FOR At CEDAR KEYS with steamers to and Gross Ne* S S

fro the interior. The stated the flood current in the inlet the same time were $546,548,517, the so many advantages to the grower ? CASH Orleans. every Saturday Whh steamers from Key
:n of
TROPICAL
ve-
average ATTORNEY-AND FRUITS. West and Tampa.Fridays': from these places.TBUIS- t
(to( II)' of the ebb! current when the begins with the flood tide or there. excess of exports ever imports being thus COUNSELLOR.A T-I.A\\' 6 ,-; AnnA? m. S days. With Steamer Cool,from Tasxpa.Svndays J tat

ruer is m:>st swollen would doubtlessbear about's, and from a half to three $52,267,678.. Last year the balancewas If not sold before the FIRSTMONDAYu MARCH THE LOWEST 'POSSIBLE FIGURES. Tampa.Sowannee Mondays.Fridays: forStrwannre.TatKbTS.D.K With Steamer Wawesnck. ',frees
than that Office In the new Freedmaa e Bank Ku3dingcoroer next,the property will OD'that day be offered at public
hours before the ebb in more amount the other MAXWELL.f
considerable current ceases sale to the lushest bidder. *
a acceleration Pine and Apply to
verj Fmyth Merchants, -
Streets.JacksonvUle.Fla. Loggers Hotels,Boarding Houses,and .
without! Jlr .I'Hilg! : any injurious results the river at the bar, and perhaps a way, the domestic exports for the .. B.A....... f. ..c. parr.' FLEMING & JJANIEL. ramilies are invited to.examine:' my goods and prices. 5-13_ Superintendent.Umbrellas

{bl deposits. On the bar at the pre short time before it reases on the same eleven months being $532, 713- S-IT S Attorneys, i and parasols toe bad"' tky's.DROCK'S -1 .,

north shoal and it be and i 032, the re-exportation of foreign S S :J &.Florida THE. HIGHEST. CASH PRICES. ,
ant time there is a minimum depth of1it'l may M.&H: .J. BAKER Ie9S.187. tfAH S
I probably is true that during this interval goods.$25,000,410, together $557- J LINE .rT:1": I I1VE'R
n feet at. mean low tide, with an -. rAID FOR. COUNTRY. f B ODCCZ OF JILL KIND,
a portion of the river 724,342, against'$614,005,800 ot imports ATfORNEYS-AT-LAW shades braids and chignons atBucky's.O .. *-S tff"S S
average rise and tall of 5.4 feet. water '. .. Of ,
.
: 5'
i.---- '
Sows the imports thus -
out over the north shoal near ; exceeding the :
I METHOD OF IMPROVING BY STRAIGHTENING total OrnCc: Reed's Building, 'F R S A L .E,. : 5' 1 TILLSON,& WHITLOCK. STEAMERS.. ;) .
the shore, and thence into the inlet. exports by $56,371,458. In s.x
S THE bTKLAM. t-ry' Jac&sorvmcrorida ,vv. Successors. to Thos.A.Willson.
other words last S '
nut I cannot concede the conclusion : year we bought fifty- VERY CHEAP '.

The freedom of live trfrearn from assumed by Dr. Baldwin, that if the six million dollars worth of goods IAMBS x.SAXOL. nIwroJuJ.BAKU. i S.KALKBS lit SUMMER SCHEDULE.. '

sediment Irom dll currents except the mouth of the inlet be closed; these more than we paid 'for ; this year we S Tkrtt small farms,, near tie Cily limits GRAIN: FLOUR, AND FEED, r\IX and after MONDAY. APRIL*7th.the steamV \.

cbhand flow of the tide, taken in con- waters would not continue have paid' for over fifty-two million C. H. SUMMERS. I / era 01 this One will leave Shipyard-Wharf daily .
to ganufaczurein
out 01
S
with pass ONE OF TEN ACRES. (Sundays exceptoJ).at I o'clock... M..for .
neition the circumstances that ...
dollars'
over the north shoal and thence: into worth more than we have :n_
Geared
there ..ATT9RNEYATLAWALso ; land: no other impl'O'Y' meuts. CORN MEA1..HOMINY,CRACKED
are short curves in the channel PALATKAThrough .
Of the
bought.
the ocean but wou'd naturally and of course, paying. of old I' '.'tt'l

suggested!: a method of .improvementbj necessity flow over the bar chi/ nel, debts is generally difficult, and our NOTARY U. S;PUBLIC CIRCUIT AND COURT.COMMISSIONER. About fifteen ONE acres OF to culiintion TWENTY, :500 ACRES grape,vines I aDd S CdRN1** RYE' }MEAL. GRAHAM x aDd biterniedlate Jandinp aDd J eturn samoday. '11'1

straightening the water way at thereby adding to the velocity and people have found it so this time, Nocnanandnonation unit trees; underdramed:clay subsoil;. one.of the, best thkCiD'iAT: ,'
: tar t'T
thwae: turres in order to facilitate the Office. Folk's buildUg. pacesor__. S : ..&c. steamers *
scouring effect of the ebb current. In can go on foreverrunn'rn '
. inuard and the outward flow of the in. debt.: The ONE OF TWENTY :ACRES SCROLL SAWING & WOOD TURNING 'ENTERPRISE0
figures
tide." my judgment, therefore closing the given 1..1. ituuta: About lour; acres in cultivation; balance food pinewoods S -t. ...,-..
inlet docs not offer a certain or even above include all our merchandise ; Y.P.PLZkZXG. "J.J.PA ..:. ion King's road CAu.AJID SU TO ORDER. and intermediate landings win leave as aboYeOft T_

The report discusses this plan and .a probable remedy for the evils complained gold and sil/er run into coin as wellas LEMING' &' ,DANIEL, ': -DcaLtReaI -S C.CCOLUNS S daTa and Saturdays and.return Wednesday Saturday -
F Estate.Wiuchea's Bay St. evenings. .
tloses S : Building, Wood< "Sawed '
: as follows: of." other merchandise. The Bureau, ., Split, and. Delivered Shippers arc requested to send S freight down drarisf

"It does not, however seem to in other tables of these ATTORNEVS-AT.LA.W. the afternoon.
statistics .
ser> '
METHOD NOW PROPOSED by Cord or Load.I 4-a6tf J.BROCK.Agent.Euckv .
BV REPEATED -
ACP .
promise :any certain and permanent erates the'common merchandise from OFFICE S '. _
DREDGING, OR RAKING ON THE BAR. : Reed's Block corner Ocean and Cay StreetsJacksonviBej S
advantage to navigation: on the bar, "In judgment for the gold and silver merchandise, for Fla. ,: ., ., S NOTICE, >,, ,,, Ross S Block.Bay Street opposite our'M'iJ and Wtar sells the best white vests.5'i1CHANGE
any project J-el.ry S .
hile upon the shoals and curves the benefit of '
those"who curious ,ACKSONJ7W.FLf. -S
are
above the bar within improveing the navigation at the To Oar Exchanges,Publishers;and Printers;a!!. OF SEHEDULE. '

t In the increased tidal the limit it reached would mouth of St. Johns River should be ofa on this subject, as follows : A.A.. KNIGHT; '1'. S 5, i;: ..-. ., T., A. Witsov. 15-06 w. A,WBITLOCXIMPORTANT' '**: ';
wave
doubtless character to insure immediate Results Imports of common merchandise for S. : S .. -
!;, prove beneficial.: THE ANSON flRDS'S I ff
proportional within quite narrow eleven months of 1874, $519.087,107 ; ATTORNEY AT,LAW. .., : TO EVERYBODY. The steamer City Point having. been 1rthdra-r

IUPROVEMET BJUS OF PIERS At THEMOt'TIt. limits, to the amount expendedin specie and bullion, 27461320. Exports ,La&cs&Improved. 1If ., Summer repw1." '' "' !M.f
No. Block : '" "
its execution and' not reauirin a :and exports of common merchandise IIoegs ,op stain; you,wi h a genuine,article in the way of. Cigars THE,,STEAMER DICTATOR, ...,";.
,
'I The channel-way the bar is of for the 'same eleven months 35Swly .Jacksonville.; .Fla.' PAPER' AND CARD CUTTERS.I S J. 'J 4ies.Ilquors.SL..gov """ : ,1 iCAFTAIW .
over .
large. outlay money to test the value \\, ,,. ., ':.-. .: S ... "
suliject to very treat and somtimes of problematical devices. These (1874) $40,771,208 ; of specie and "" ( : LEO VOGEL, _
considerations /" ROBINSON have resumed thI! manoiacture and sale of,these }. B. 10GNL. -.5 .,' -- !.>iftWd
sudden and apparently capricious 'poss 'special importance bullion, $57038987. In .1873 the 'c : Machines,with which my name has been so long identified .. .until further notice,leave CHARLESTON: ere.y,,, x
,
changes in one or all of the essenti.il the time separated accounts forthese eleven ,and circulated lor the ,' ,.r
at present when the exer- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW i extensively past fifteen .. TUESDAY evening.and SAVANNAH. every. ,WED-. .
features of depth, direction and posi- cise of a rigid in. department months were :: Imports of common yearsr and Mil tladunt tf my _*,/act_ taU :'If wish take good -
economy every you to recreation In a pmc"o NESDA.Y.l. fcr. Florida,arriving in JACKSONVILLEevery .. ,..
.
tion. To a close observer merchandise Also. NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER. kfrrfirr tt morlud**tk+w*M my UliatrateJ eircular -, ", "
of these the causes of the general governmentis $594,41 7,946 ; specie U. S. CIRCUIT COURT. ,,.,u.t'my name andaddrtu in tAe costing.My twxdigo, to J. TOGNTS Saloon.Bay THURSDAY. -

changes admit of an easy a necessity as well as .a duty, and and bullion 19677354.. Export and Office: No.:a Masonic Block.. IY latest Improved Iron-Frame II'IJ' '
PAPER CUTTER,
and satisfactory solution. They de when all expenditures for. public: re-exports of common merchandise with moveable all-steel RETURNING.-, '.'t);<*
patent coning board two tempered -
pend almost entirely for their extent works should be based the $480,779,034 ; of specie and bullion 'S --'rlir': .
upon ,most i. A.WRIGHT, knives a$! squaring board still holds KS position '
and character Imported Bass' Ale on draught- Call for.it atJ.'B Win leave PALATKA every FRIDAYmorning.." -
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upon the force and direction 36942308. The value of ,
advantageous adaptation of means to foreign S as the FATOBITE ira Ctrrrx AMONG Punrrnts '
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of the wind. The only an end. Other things being equal, commodities, remaining in warehouse ATTORNEY AT LAW ;and the best'machine'In the market I.lOr the low TOGNI'S. ,at the Metropolitan Billiard. Saloon. and JACKSONVILLE every SATtTRDAY'jmorrfBt, :*
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Varing cause not recurring at reg.. that method is the best which will May 31St, i874rwas $58,751,182,35 S Reeds Block,Bay St.,JaCkIOn clUe,Yb. price charged for it.T3u S ]-1I5-JIII.' i Suittb tide. FERNANDINA day.;,'arriving"* .

ular intervals under some known soonest Afford the needed relief especially against $74,7S4,234;. May 31St., Will practice In the different courts. -of the s u&. Collections latttt JmJrtvtJ ffarify Cnt Cnttto v pronounced ia SAVANNAH, and CHARLESTON; every' 'SUN-; ,
taw like : drompdy attended to. the MOST BISUIASU CaD CcTntt''in.the .' --
the is 7-iStf BANK. : DAY. .--wA
tides the influence of if it be susceptible of fair and 1873. SAVINGS ;
fresbets market,for the general UK of a printing.office.TJu .
upon the current of the river. thorough trial} at a moderate cost, Allowing'for the different in .the a..A.FATTBOBV .... MEEK. ; THE THROUGH CKETS:'AND BILLS or'unk
This is so small. that S "' zkhndw* Ruefltt Card Cttttr, with my FREEDMAJTS SAVINGS &TRUST CO.. ING GIVEN. ."? '-?
it
can have no and of prompt and entire suspensionwithout warehouse account, the c: exports for the latest Improvements, is stilt preferred by many.printers S PI'

important bearing upon any plan. &c. loss or.damage'in default of pATTISON & MEEK, : :and holds its f iavornism over other machines;, JACKSONVILLE BBAKCM. .,. 5' "- AGENTS; i, -: ", .
During the eleven ,months ended,May 31St .1874 ... '
prevalence of i !4- c :?::'I'1r
strong adequate success. It is submitted :: For aiies and prices see i Illustrated circulars. I. RAVEN EL i CO..Charleston.
westerly winds of exceeded the imports by ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.. Deposits, of any anwmnt received rriDdi"MJuaIs,
$36,264,626 .
considerable dura. that the simple, plan of deepening Skipped direct from the factory tonnypart'eftbecountry. "1 T : t BRAINARD .
5
tion, the velocity of the ebb current the channel while for the of S I business' firm aad societies' OB which Interest win be &ROBS&TSON.SavanmIs., 1' !',
corresponding! period *
u by repeated dredges orS Office. ReQua'IIWJdiJlL!, Jacb. aYiDc.1'1a. \ I i I. 'I allowed i .5. 5' ]EJTJtEYS.ERG.&: SON.FernandiM

seventeen greatly increased,'and it runs for raking during the strongest stage of' *73, the i imports exceed the exportsin -" Orders saZi Ied.and can be filled by return 1IIai!.,. D.poIits may be sea by express in current Kinds JEFFREYS ft B .J .Yih.'i.-)

or eighteen hours out of the ebb,current, promising as jt.rloeS, the of &, IVERSON Mdr-., -5.-S .. ,
enty.four and I sum $88,858,488.-N. } : rjOBBLNS :ANSON HARDY or by mail,la postal money orders and bank dolis. R.J.ADAMSTaIalkavi':; I,%
sometimes ,
longer. at least a fair measure of success andcomparatively : '
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:The: result is Mercantile Journal. : '" The Bank is cpen daily from 9 *.M. to s ..M.;also S T.A PACETTI,St.Augustrne.TT7ANTED .!
.._,-- .. an increased depth of at a small cost, shouldbe i GUN : yaseotem,1 tburndale.Mais._ : I S ..... nv"!
.LU.ID the 5' AND LOCKSMITHS, i I onSaerdaytycuinphadepositsesdy: from 6'to I 5-53ff ,
"Kcnanncl.oa -
bar first tned J.
; proJnced in preference to either of
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S conjointly by the scouring ef-- the projects hereabove discussed. ;The 'THE DEEPEST WELL THE WORLD.At S S7 C AMUEL' B. i HUBBARD ': o' 1ock., .. "S -v. S : "* :.H.-.1.' ,

the increased ,ALSO. ELECTRO-PLATING AND,GILDING ., -'11IW : .. J.1r.SWA1M. Catiier. . TO. RENT. ntw
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, and outgoing current peculiar {formation of the, bar favors about twenty miles from Berlin .. :( .
by preventing the situated -.' S ,":;Jacksonville'' :Fla. { t :" ,II"' .t<.nt
S sand deposition of, the plan proposed, being very steepat the. village, of Spercnberg, 9-5 At the sign of the BIG'LOCK. ; EARL, -> ;,'
thrown R.W. CONVENIENT .
into DWELLING i1,>
noted for the V *-
momentary suspension its:outer edge, so that the sand deepest well that has I -. VL
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i", these by the waves. of the sea. Under thrown into suspension by the repeat ever been sunk. Owing' the presence E. JOHNSON, M. D., I : .Importer and Dealer io,, S S ,PRACTICAL IN A FIRST CLASS' CENTRAL LOCATION.> A
P. ,
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C'fwmstances: the channel has ed of the rake end of gypsum in the locality which S ', ., FOR.A SMALL FAMILY r": -' r.
i., been use or dredge, HARDWARE\ IRON AND STEEL, PAINTER AND PAPER S SAPpIY1AbSS
r;, feet known to attain a depth of eight borne along by the ebb current after is 'at' moderate distarice from the. S HOMOEOPATHIC ., ., HANGER." PERMANENT' CARKFU1' TENANTS. *.

';: at mean low water?' and whether each disturbance, would soon lose capital, it occured to the',government PHYSICIAN AND SURGE N. S EDGE TOOLS.TABLE and" POCEET" Having decided to reside here permanently will|be S a &
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.\. any in other change would be effected itself in Beep water. authorities in charge of the' mines to' Office north side of' Bay Streetla Dr.Robi_',I ttn'LEJtY., ,.. dad JM.to receive. : enters_ from. ,.M.aU'requiring. work done. in -8t( FLORIDA SAYINGS. BANK: lf* -
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given case would depend on "It Is believed that constant- obtain' a supply of rock s 1t.Vit" new buif4lng. next block east National HoteL .,laott, Nails, Glue, Putty .Glass, Paints Oils ,
whether the me* < .' ., .. '.. GRAINING.' GLAZING, sad KALSOMININC milE-OCEAN: HOUSE; :;
, Iitzn existing direction and p* diura depth of at least ten feet.of mean this end in view, the sinking of a shaft 0>' done, ia the.best.manner.. ,,, I .r'I :: tteii.

, ". of the channel were established low .water, with a depth sufficient -or or well ,sixteen feet in diameter was W.R.. ANNO, LEATHER .RUBBER PACKING.STOVES.TINWARE Orders fel'tat' Davis' ft.: Drew's' Furniture Wa/ehuuu i S S S S .:>!,,.ft>>l' -

,' mainly during the CROCKERY.'PUMPS.Lead receive prompt attention.REFERENCES.' "' .JACKSONVIT.T..TV .;' 't'j'. f
prevalence commenced ,
of west. the purposes of navigation, be some five i years ago, and : .. ,
erly winds may ; ATTORNEY.AT.LAW t, ; ,. ''t.**
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other S "
or K. With the secured the at a depth of two hundred and : S.
at bar at a cost not exceeding eighty :
ind
and Iron
: .5 Pipe, kxaied and first-class .
Centrally in aQ
blowing off the ocean ojher phc- $10,000 per year. This feet, the salt was reached. The,boring Office.,m Reed Block; Bay Street. .fI' .. S. I. BvtDCB, Esq. 'and C. 'L. R .oB ...Esq : n>appointsscnsswig '
0ena are observed ; DOORS.SASH.BLINDS.MOULDINGS.SUCAR; Jacksonville. Fla .., i a opca during the Summer months. : V
Here &c. would give a depth of fifteen and four: was'continued to a'further depthof ,:JM kSm16F1erIJ.S .. .' r.* t
the report discusses nine hundred S ; .. .: .
certain tenths feet at ordinary high vater I and sixty feet, the Millsi Eraporaton &c. :: ,.S ;.' '- '# -.

during conditions or the bar, or tbtf channel and enable vessels drawing {ullY\OJr..1\ diameter' of the bore being reduced to CALL B.&S1ETr. S .Gas-fitting, Roefing *JW*& ,/. and' Tin ,HEALTH: ,. .: :;.. 5 .. TRANSIENT 5- ::.' BOARD. ,; ,: 'W: .
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I 'nds.. high and then northerly or northeasterly teen feet of water,to cfbs' the bar, about thirteen', inches. The opera- :c43S Smi&if: tlottt.to trder.: < r7;, "I:1' < ::.., ," -, *a.PER' -:bJ..Y'.or Jro PER. WE.Eni.- ,. t".H;.':,".

: tfA says: even in'rough weather-without, striking tions were subsequently prosecuted by S S. '. 'S t J S .' I l. 'c"-:; : .:; ,;,'-AND---S- S.IECREATIONC. :." : :: j S'f Very reasonable arrangema made with" ,perma

. llatunhy plan of improvement: which With ordinary swell of-'the the aid of steam, until ,a 'depth of OtncIaRersBunding.. % CARPErs ',.RENOYATE1AND I. ".' .., ''' ';'. bdas-.. S : D. S

-'I ence of fact suggest'' itself in the pres-. ocean in,mild,,weather, fourteen anda 4,194 ,feet was attained.. .At this -IT. JACKSONVILLE Via< ', 5- : ,. t' f. ro.: ., .'ns.. CL.. ': roN' -- ; '"

.", -bich 1I0W flows ts to confine the water: half to fifteen feet could be carriedin point! the boring'was discontinued, the < i -Ufde to look'tike_ newf. Abo.UPHOLSTERING.. I .S LANDS FUR ." ."' : \JackJo.vws..afayIasIl4.- ;.' 5 ...'.11 .

t.be-lhoals into .Qe ocean over safety; Vessels greater ,draught t>orer, ''being still in the salt deposit 'BUESINGJe ,: S ., h : '<
anc1 ,through the bar than which thus ',". '-' RANGE"GROns: COL mts' FIRST-CtASS FURNISHED .HqU
exhibits
nd cannot reach Jacksonville. the enormousthickncss5of3,9o7'feet. pectfiilly: 'calls die attendee)of the chixeas1 aadchanatot -. : I ; -
O\'er a water.way 16,630 feet BCAUT1FUI SOAP,h* of all kind*done fn the best manner. ; FARMSIM'ARKE1".GARDENS": : I S "',,"n >:..tw.
fn ssantuactt
width' so that they will| be responsible party nw> engagedin is the) best Washing.:Barber ucI ToIlet Soap sees :__ .:. ; j W..IL.SHE&MAN,, ; Ia1aczioiivw... ..* _.J. ...,........ S ,
to make compclle4 the towing :'business: on St.! .Johns aadc. 'This Soap b pot nplafcoxes. cootahx. ,10!U. '5Co !:Laora. and Church: *ta.'Jacksotrvflle,"-. VILLA SITES, .. .TOWNS. '. 0 ,A t. S A.L .E1..f! !"';' '
an .
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exit .. .
within : &114110 han.I >. .n: I' ? -t. Crt-I :.. 5-.J.1 !1' 'J ; : 'J
f narrower urnits. River i, Has expressed a willingness lo : The:nnkindest ut'of all-A S .' : kft tf Benedict JS"'Z. LO'FS.Ui ., f. "
'and Delaware Orders should_ U addroised I Ij.i6tf te : Orders with Furchgott. ft Co.,Ba5. ". ,.The BBeeivigaed ti2rmIjtG fessowe to his plaata-
Consequently 'S S ; t"'I.1 r '> lit. .! J
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increased ( : .A.Bt1ESING.BoiJ" vts ft.J> R. FjUoody.ID receive artentJb i
wr or prompt
uDJert k'e .
\'t1oC ;by contract upon the terms paper.in4sts thatiGoldsmithMaid : I h aS,will sett h residence e n AdMaa Street,aaar the'
tl, the:, object ,wto ... 1-- "' -, -:-"- aeas .iiLf': ., ..Locsl.L.scsbv wrmisslon ;..A.J. Roas, FOR.SALEjON.,, : SANFORLVSGRANT.. : "Jaal..PJmctlhtlDu1, .' A.II :.... ,
create 'i ** j> / J t
above named
&II eb turre ;JJbal. 5.10. secure andm3intain recently,trotted across 'RhodeIsland MIl: 8dMil.Sinc" Sewing Machine. Zacbarinesad n ; ': '- '" B.. .s..NFOt.D"IJt.AppIy

'. t of sufficient force to for practical use an addi.. [ in ten se ndsJ: Uf' : -| > >l? ; : REMBRANT.!PICTURES. & vWOOD 5'.5'ft.BICK: 5,R.MttlrYur! ': ..'- orsrensptaliuisLid.__ 1 t .1nq t ;JCOO -.AG* TS::;: j 10 3.c., JtcM Cam"" 6. 1874._ '.. t'.utt.'"' '''''''. ''' S7.uha.a.ilfr

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THE NEW SOUTH : SEMI-WEEKLY. JACKSONVILLE, .NZ.SDAY. Or1D ElL I&t1--
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fcfl,4 ;::1 THE I NEW SOUTH.it '.i The ; chased 'of' the natural would w'e bo reasona&Iv profitable ., Do National Banks offer Adequatee.'p. to the effect that there'::will be a plan The death fs announced :
Orange : a-portion 'grove at To
Lak Grve. I a ,tiDk. I .. curity Customers 1? "-*- ter's i'etiz1gho1t1today l lo take i into t Prince John Anthony *
p4 o .;, .. from Mr.Harri and (for these to them stroxfficIImmediately ,
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] parfof Iwoyears wool consideration the condition of the coun. s at
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,i ,.. ADAM*. Ineth'a-I.lu"f.tu'norhem Recent"events and tho misfortunes thereof 68. UefcgiJ
-1 1.. .CAKRITH.l AD AXIS,CAR Marion county, one of the very best two gentlemen have been working upon operate upon the develop ty as regards the purchase of cotton in lineally descended from theffiSA
RUTH &
CO. attended of banking
''I lOll. ."IO... .I.MIU"-. counties in the State, situated a large adjacent tracts with heavy forces and at ment of that pr of the State that bare some oar' the seed. Some legislation is needed emperors of Constantinople, anJ Jatet't
I Institutions bare stirred quite an inter this subject or it is idle to plantcotton last of the
upon
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< IJ' -- body of water of irregular shape large until they now control -, p. \ family the male line.
: 'aJ J.S ADAMS. EDITOR.TO very expense eThe .Atlantic and Gulf est in the solution of the above question any longer in this county. few months ago he cited the I'op,
-- being some twelve miles in length from what seem to us the most extensiveand Road therefore readers a Also that the store-house of Mr. J. the civil tribunals in beio
offer an
to
We
car :
end most desirable in We take.the following very significant R.. in this burned heir cDdeaTot
CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. east to west, but from the western orange prospect Redding, county was of Constantino i the Great
that to
; 't i I 3tcai Ilotxl innernt arc nuliclied fivm all part orthe sending up a large bay to the northwest, this country., : ; article..f ntC edilprial4 of Jthe Savannah sort pfi-! summary ;off the. reason to. the ground on Monday night last. possession of the pa,.vua i
( Inthe _
4 feat*. AIM comminUcatiuns be given for general confidence Some one' came to the door while the icas
may founded in Rome
on subject
general Tbat there rational
r 4dver are thSSSpMARRIAOF.
I tj I imeraMcipecUiIy educaiioiul. social andInduntnalW and thus really being about 18 miles l in It i is ,well worth the time and trouble of er. fire awoke by '
guards thrown by tho law.and their was raging'and Mr R,who
[I 4.''oil brwiju the Cene(ecu pond and cimnikiaocM iu N.W.w..e will their pemit.we letten. .as length, from. northwest, to .southeast. any manwho is or.expects to.be Interested ground ,for..the.solicitude. shown- none charecteristics aropnrt this would doubtless have perished if timely '
own peculiar ,
:.> t. ::j arc not ratpjiMihle fur oplniom expreued by our This is called Orange Lake, named probably in the cultivation oranges for profit, who aye .acqnainttd!,with the .circum warning had not been given. A large OF GESERAL. SIIUUX'a
: ourrecpoodenu. ss'of Institntibns. 'The DAttGirrEB.-On
'I Kejccted c1 following,
naniuvrtpis out neither 1st int '
If..1 : be returned nor prcxerred. Aiwn'm_coutributionirUI from tho extent of the naturalgroves to visit these Orange Lake groves. The stances have reason t doubt. The fact the stockof gofHswas! ( on ,hand The mer ington Maria at .
v Mt be noticed.KFGULAR then, constitute :leading reasons ,for, chants Station 5 of this city Ewing Sherman
learning
,
f', upon its borders. travelermay J reach the .lake by a,.land thaI theprtsperity. of SavannahJuts, ; t upon married to Thomas William **
fJ -- confidence! jn ttie.ad vantages (Nation-; disaster immediately posted .notices FitcL
4: I, KF.PUU14CAN( TICKET. Orange Lake has an average width cf route of some twenty miles from Gainesville a Large extent, been secured at the expense al-Banking" about their stores'to the effect that no officer in the U.,.S.Xavy. The Ne III.
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r.I '", '. fmO S to 4 miles, and I in latitude 29J, on tbo 'Florida Railroad, .-of Florida ports, through the cotton would be purchased after dark by York Herald.says of,the weddinei
.1" j FoM tt..bcr af Con pasing Stockholders, (sec. 12 .currencyact "With a
splemlor that
t ist District. are
; \ of the Gulf them. rarely
,'.' I tIL W1t J. PURMAN.TV and Is a little west of south in dirtt.ion, through Micanopy; or he may efficiency Atantic'and' Rail )'under the law: individually$ n- an American wedding the AtteDdt-)

f' "t: >' ; and tlC CO miles distant, tght the Ocklawcha and reach'thwllarru and road; i in diverting ,!? that city, a sible equally 'and ,ratably, and, 'not one Wennesday night last, some 'person the General of the Army was daughter$ bt

; II" : 'i tMenllltt..rConI. rtritf; lin, Irom the city of 'J ., It Bishop by landing at For Broke amount of:Florida 'trade that .of right, for another fur all contracts,debts and or persons crawled'under the count united In marriage to an Engineer y terdq
cksl'Ue groves
1, '. : JU>1AH T. WALL ing-room of Mr. Theodore Livingston's j Ira
r '. *'. has a very irregular Cst line of about eighteen miles distant or at lola l six and t the full as profitably, should have engagements' such association to the stoW, knocked the brick hearth the service. The pomp cf the reJigiobs
;1 ',( extent of thtf'amouut of stock therein away ceremonies clothed
r. I' ', t. .UVAI.-<\\'' :TltKKT., :. ', 65 or 70 miles from which project innumerable miles nearer; or .he may' 'vIsit Silver gone to JacksonviilhlafldFerflandiflai. i at the par value thereof, in addition to and quietly entered the building stealing beanty'\,the simplicity with of solemnity and
h i :, Yorrl44..r, iJih) Senatori.tl rll trict. tj' huad-Unds not now divulged for the first time hundreds a republics
'. points and peninsula Spring.) one of the most beautiful of ; that amount invested in such shares of dollars worth. Readymade union. It was attended by all the

: '.:.' For Mmbvi. JOSEPH t'ft1e As.embIJOSEPH H. MJRKr.E- '., *,'which, on the.south side particularly nature's scenic jewels, en route to Ocala This is what tho Advertiser says: National banks are required to keepa clothing, boots and shoes domestics nitaries'of the government and #t&-
.
It"i "; : ''1 E.) LtE.ALFRED ) :. nfol"t most desirable sites for and by a pleasant ride-of eighteen miles question of the gravest importancewill reserve of 15 per cent. on their deposits. &c.. &c., were taken to heart'scOntent. Church, but the 9nly American tSU"

'I .;', soon force itself upon the merchant (Sec. 31 currency act and theamendments were those won by valor or
GRANT. groves-the whole south shore being from that quiet nnd pleasant town, ;pass service to
;: I''If.." -,- '. of this city particularly, and of ). Rev. Thomns A.Carruth oC Welborn, the count!. 'Yet no marriage la
& .. :," TubHcan State Central Committee for unusually well protected Irom any through' one of the best countries in the community, general. We refer to the The ,margin between the currency issued Florida has bees appointed a special courts of Lurope could more thoroughly the

r k I,.t. v" Florida. blighting effects of possible cold north whole South, to the lake., As you approach future of the Gulf road. It is folly to a national bank (90 per cent on deputy for the first district to organize move the heart of a nation. General

''' ',t .. '",4. !!. OIJUSM.,Ciwirman. D. FWICAN.Secretary winds by tht large volume water interposed the lake fl'l the. Ocala side, longer to disguise Jhe fact that it is in bonds at par) and the bonds with premium grnng IIu organized one at Norton's Sherman' stands so high in the sj-
.. extremities. *'As to how it so amounting to 20 cent. on creek, in (his on'Thursday last.I II Lion of his
: .'f 1-i44tS. 3)nirk*. ] to the Situated after a rido of some three hours,through great got say per county countrymen that the martiam
uurh\nrl .
.. liram discussion the capital stock,'which amount is unavailable 'co'The of his
Puucr '). U.S. Haimon is not a qui-stiou ; I 'suw l'SEE COUNTT. daughter necessarily
t 1. WII"t'' .* thus favorably; in the center of the 8t\tl a region timbered with an excellent lor'lrl'sent comfflanda
."t.. It. S T. Day, wel but whenjhero' I is depreciation to the bank until liquidation, their sympathyand regard. The
I W. Live Oak Times of the 3d film.
r. '/.'. 4.| i niiK J ]1'urm.xt.iattm.; it 15. )H.,W.ilraun HowcQ.t cast and west, doubly protected by the quality yellow} pine. you gradually in railroad securities of all kinds and would in case of failure, becomean Business in town during the says week: trious deeds of the father are reflected

--i: I..: '>,. )\\I.. L.II.S4carnq Daniel.., $ understand how the An of national banks visitsa
inspector the
:" 1 R'1"n!: CLatI.a. 14V.. H. UO.in, an immense extent ot hammocks and l level region which more and more dis- the edge is, we CII, have .been .busy buying cotton add selling flashing of a shield transformed to
: '!. Samuel WalLrr.o.. .i J ,Aldcn depression acted on this corporation.Bad national Lank once a year, and oftener a softer )ustro!*
..' pine Iwn-st.s in every dh"cctilr. a judgeof discloses in its of goods, Cotton has been coming in
Xt'U .
t. n Mcadiuui, n W. H. Glcajon! increasing growth : and the general poverty of if considered necessary, and makes at 0The
"t.t.".: ),''*, to.u. I I.cnais W. Crock Eagan, 't.3. J-''. M.gbee._ 'favorable locations scarcely requiresthe hard wood, the rapidly, increasing the whole crops country, combined with lower I once 'a' statement of its condition in detail i,rapidly On last, and; (firings afternoon fair price C' Archbishop ceremony Purcell was of Cincinnati.performed by

1'; a:. \\m.1J .Sean 4- E. !. \\ntt.coNiiHirssjoNAt. evidence of thu large natural groves strength and fertility of the soil, untjl rates and increased expenditures; 'furnish -i to the Comptroller of the Currency Sunday Benjamin
i a' of James L -
,;. I Wiggins, son Re." Wig-
I' a4 for reasonable D. C. Should
sufficient
,1 -! that are found here, to convince him after going through a half mile of cleared reasons \VashSngton, irregularities gfins was thrown fr.'mhis horse and The Apalachicola
'
: 'IILlC.\'I tXKomvESULOKU COXlIIl1TE1L so Times : 'Mr.
..' men. But the road is: now approaching "exist, the'directors are convened says
i.. :: :,, 'As a matter of DISTRICT. that Florida, or indeed the world, have hammock land, you find youseli I In, a a crisis and I we cannot think it -far off. and directed to 'co T ct,ttie'same :Directors badly-Injured .that bodied on Wednes- II. E. Goodlett of this place has a hen of

"I .j I pHiJiih anymrmWruf conveiurnce the to HrpuMican those) wishing Executive to corI few 'rnore 'desirable lot ls for the dense hammock of lofly'and gigantic It Is under this apprehension' that we national banks t'ru authorizedto day. lost< Mr. U Fercival, Del- the white Spanish breed that has laid

I ; .'I! OMon.irtre of this Diklrict,we apiend.| the likt I egal living six months. Dd
Springs, ,
deliberate with and circumspection from its officers often as, they never, a cluck
it care as
; ; si ,witli post- nkr addrrssei: occupation iu over may
4 ; ourI'icbult Florida ilammoc'ks Here : presented us with the ,largest banana in all that time -
I "., Hun. f. R.Stoir. Cliairoian., Jackwmville. commensurate with the dtem'prol cr, and are also empoweredto '
I 'i'. Hon.A. t. KNMitir,'J.orer.. JaCkwnville.1'uiUP From present appearances the whole the magnolia, oak, red bay and hickory magnitude, 'he'. su15eet. 'hepj" "s' cxamiuc 'condition. themselves. in we have evtr' seen. ItVAl1.grown on .

,ol lion. C.WALTB U. lohnwn.. : "Ijkc tat y City.q JackiunviUe.. southern! shore of Orange hake must, at are t be found in abundance, and we perlty of the general. tiade'of the city 'detail. his plantation, and he informs,us that hebas MISCELLANEOUS.DRINT1NG .
'
/I : 'I't' Hon. H.S. )!annon.GA. c""ille. > no very remote period, have been largely noted here one hickory that was one lives or.dies witb. the Gulf'road. If it A report "'its'onditions'! catted ,for many.more ol the, same.soit., ;

p."..1 If.1108'.. Bircli E. K.Gibso Chad.lck.O.Palalka.. *. I occupied with the natural groves of humtred and thirty feet hih 'aid bc4tweip should fall into the hands of parties inimical several times a year by"the Comptroller 0 8T.JOHX3.COCNTY. .'

,! .." Hon. Dennis Exgan. Madison. Sour which to Savannah, a blow be Qf the CUrl'encwhich report1 is. sworn improvements on the Tocoi Rail- :
1>. M. P Ip).".bt. AuzuMir "> the Seville, or Orange, suggested f'e-t J siX T: diaircfer four dealt to the trade now coming here from to.bythe casbier.ot( the bank, and attested road are rapidly progressing. i.rc''mil I : -
S.m'II'ctt Femnndina. -
) the very appropriate name of the feetlrom the ground. border of the directors., of iron _I .; j-i> '.-
uld These
rail
: .1 John A. WcDw-U.. Mcllcnillc.Appointments.. which we neter.v recover. by.threo re- s are alieady down and
I t. _Lj lake; and now, alter much of the orange of this hammock. the ground for. We should not shut our eyes to the po 1s're published! in a J local paper for sufficient quantity is now at Tocoi to ;THE'' A'EIV SOUTH

j "i; asof, hammock growth ,has been some three-fourths- of a mile'in breadth: fact nortrust, to Borne,lucky,chance of the 'information of'the general public, ,complete' the; road to St.: Augustine. '. r '
: V
4 ::4 .1'I ordinary agricultural-
;, tu the Second was covered until veryreccntly with'thic'k a and wrestle'with :. : laid and locomotives 'Jon AND BOOK PRINTING
,} Conercsuunal District.i>sui>ted I>y other square in the face \ part already new i .
: distinsnished, pcaVcra.'viU address the IxwpJc at the poses, thru still remain, in all prob'ability growth of the native or sour orange, a difficulty before' it overmasters us. ,tn ji M and cars are daily expected. The road '. ,

"I. ,- :. /ollowuvj times and places:. '. near a thomznTl acres of wild :mdimpro.ed in some parts thickenough to choke, out An appeal to the 'stockholders' woul ". .Immigration to FJ rida.-' will be fully completed before the'first ESTABLISHMENT.The ..
.* WiI1&mi.burg1 O sd Little attention was amount tt' nothing; the December next. .
\ LkcCil 34 jth groves. everyther growth and in 'others interspersed a The 'following communication. 'and -
\
GtnCve. it
a I J.u .) Octriber j ht h j AUjtUtne. "" ISlh attracted t these groves and their pos- with the forest kings of live oak fallen 'to a point worth so near zero .that letter will 'fchow'the increasing' interest 0GADSDE. COCKTYW ,
pcr.'I" ; l'alt1. bibilities within the seems scarcely protecting, anc In the Quincy Journal of 'the 2d proprietor are_'prepared. to execute ordcn fx
$ until
c Jadlo. loth eight or we
I post and Of in'Florida 'and the confidence 0
,:, ,1 f- Jacflt gum hickory. this grovth real }' they are not in 'a condition tO'do growirig'. everdescription
: :: =' : ; ten years, since which time the energy Messrs. Harris and Bishop have cleared moru than ,advise with the directors.But !in her future; that is" being, extensively find a-column of preamble*and resolutions 0' ., -

; .. Su\&nnee Ccunty. and enterprise of u few pioneers have off all but the largest forest trees and thd President 'and his' board are felt at 'toe: 'N 1h. W e. wfsE we had beginning as IblIowsAt : PLAIN _OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING

,. : : t Quite :large and successful meeting by their skill ant success revolutionizedthe topped budded I adjoining; groves looked to in this emerency.for suggestions more '.correspondents who: ._eit' and a meeting Quincy Grange"So.'19 ," "- .
: held anc of relief and it plan forecasting the held at the grange rooms on 8turtlaj.tbe S.1 hiS U3iNECRDs.
} Republicans was in Live Oak onMonday notious of that whole section in regard of'tbe : .
.: Mr. Harris havig sixty acres improved future utnblhnumt,of this important evinced an. interest practical kind 2Gtb.inst.. ., the following preamble .
s the Sili instant. 0 VISITING
,: ;: The audience to orange culture, and convincedthe trees and Mr. Bishop having eighty atc"I' l firm basis' and good that, 'Mr. Dibble has always .shown. and resolutions were aiopttd| :. ., 0 0 CARDS.

was largo of both colored flEd white general miud' that men who a few acre's, and there being on the two groves tit. There certainly' is some way Our columns, are open, and "such com- WilKKEAS, The custom of trading in WEDDING. CARDS..
the attention given was j luoked' fyeais out If the surrounding embarrassments, seed I cotton merchants and.: others "; """""'' '
ant gratifying. ago, were upon :LS mere more than forty thousand sweetbuddedtrees municntions are the best means of by' BILL IIEADS: ,
made very
.! and it should, be available. The
made has become ar.ring and monstrous evil '
). Speeches were by lJcssrs. Den enthusiasts and vi"iunaricl. have proved in good condition of which ,some and drlving'gpneral attention to
hum. Flockbnldrra; may not Stake action profitably in our land,' threatehing 'tho planting 0 ;.. 'f:' LETTER HEADS.
., : .Armstrong. Adams Carol'ni and themselves to bo the actual discoverers five hundredIru.bearing trees., leave tho matter' to rust and rot out its our State, and'that is' what sho' most interest; upon which all others are based, CIRCUL.\RS.

Walls and it !is believed that good of resource. more valuable in reality Here, then in this single sttTon, on own but public opinionwill! } : hold needs and what will'be most useful: with demoralization. bankruptcy 'and POSTERS,

-; remits "H follow the imetin-. than mincsofgold. The men who have the shore of J laX'c. arc two hundred the management ti' Iccountablhty.lr ruin, and ? B I.EI'S.rA3. ,
CT.
ont until the .GItANBr. 8ept.29'. S74.Editor ,
is done
i .T On tho strt-t-ts after .J nothing to preserve'us WHEREAS, We am, fully persuaded
the
r meeting, been. the\1ionecl jn, this. 'auhlc! work and fifty acres of improved or budded last extremity. 'We do not know of our New South:-I enclose -one that those who in this illicit and : .1Ir.ETS. '
:1 i-omc tad wowls and threats of a dangerous Geo. James A. Harris of letters I have received,} engage
i ::., are natural stocks, comprising at least seven own knowledge the financial condition many of like infamous traffic: are prompted and governed BLANKS OF ALL KINDS.COLORED' .
i ; nature were bestowed upon one Rev. P. P. Bibop.and J. O. Mathcws. ty-five, thousand budded trees, whit, of: thecompany, but that its condition H import to show yon how much attention by the most mercenary, selfish

':,; of.the svakc&! but the presence of the Of the gro\'ol of MCIS1'1. Means and after allowing the usual "stand" of one very muh straightened is tho talk at Florida is attracting to those who-are antI sordid 'motives5 and in many Instances PRINTING AND GILT WORL

:.; 'r. thlrf and his'Oeputiqs and of sonic fiftyKlaumh Mathews wo shall speak fronircilablu' hundred trees to tho acre, leaves some bills every strcccrper. The Issue expediency of change at seeking emigrating to improve sonie country.whero thtir'con ition) by are well aware that 'they are : i" (
was
very at nominal the
purchasing a mere
r. 1 Republicans{ at the train, prevented description; those of Messrs. Harris and fifty thousand supernumerary trees that Us commencement, and has resulted in are cheapjivith\view of making a home fruit of the. hard labor of the price husband .

I : : : the carrying out of the threats Bishop we have visited,'and .f them we already budded, can be transplanted to no permanent, good. They are taken of their own., The depressed conditionof man knowing if to have been stolen, ChEAP NEATTAND PROMPT,

:t ; made. Weirder nut to comment reluctantly 1 by nearly .cverybIY' and all kinds'of. manufacturing! and the ,. ..
on Cn's speak from personal observation.Mr. form new groves, and for this purposean thereby givin"aitiandcomforttotheires "' '11:
have aided in the shifts of the consequent want bl' employment has .
; the above occnfrcnce until keeping and them to .
it ascer- .encouraging multiply thtfts-
I
I Means began his operations several unlimited amount of excellent land road before the public. caused many industrious.'inen to consume I ,

t\ tNtnt-d what backing: this raffianism ha! )'-a1 ago, ,in a.large natural grove well adapted to the growth of the That the.roud must chapgo'its ownership their small savings in supporting The Journal also says: CLiA: :THER.V' ; *** 3.J.i"RA-'lK.f E. LITTLE.

.:,, from Tetpevtabfe men in the city. It atthy western ,the Slake, orange. abounds in this immediate vicin is patent everyb dy. We should, their' families until .they have not the Cotton is still coming (to market, -" '. "" \. .-
-. extremity.of means tq.enable them to emigrate but I though starvation prices .are all that.are ,.. -
) an'arr ment "
: : hoped that evidence will bogiven then 'co'nf'' r whether. ng : \:\ \ <
There is the
S sfncwr with'the l of making of ity. not only opportunityfor -
purpose a grove think offered- for it:
j that could nut be made with the present ther J will be a largo increase of .
t :1:: pure rowdyism. and bad one iunlred'Acrs', which, three years* an exceedingly profitable ,bus!nets, bondholders, instead of letting- go actual settlers as well as sojourners during All because the, : planter aito', om; r L;. MATHER :& CO.,

n : .. ,. that wiisky only urtt to bkme. It-was well since4, ,was lookupn a an undertaking but a strong beginning actually made under the bhertI hammer. 'If the mat the ensuing seaSon'., 1 c.1ii but think pete "with the thieftwc'presume." ?, '- -.'. '. .: I :1: i, ''.
no assault was made. Florida has touched bottom and that her
is left the latter
of But under the most favorable circumstances, ter reaCh fatetiparties the '
0 iucl'el.i magniu'de. to Savannah' interest will course from' this ;on must'be "upward .By way,:the .resolutions..adoptedbythe
'if. and the work has as is from our account Be- antagonistic : .: "
,
steadily ,
I That persistently apparant rise up and giv Vus'trouble. Is it 'any arid onwardYours truly,' grange :pay ,rather an equivocal ;": ; .t-.y:
". Open Letter., been prosecuted till the Means' grove( : Miles the natural groves of which one-time for delay? Should not our peopleasfc'thnt .-. : i 1. G. II* DrinutE.NEwflYTK compliment to the merchants who buy '

t : The Lake City Herald, while cxprcss- numbers some G5 'acres;r of,sour fw.k half slill remains, there are, "now. two- some'effort, at' an arrangementbe : SCpt)15'IS74. ., : -, STATICNE RS

a bIg n gr for.tbe action of the executive budded with sweet buds, and is now in hundred and fifty aCI'o of improved, nude.before it is.too late ? .,DEAR SIR:-*-! h\v8Ireccivcd.( yours of cottoniuQuincy.0. t ''e ." ;

,.;'. coojmittep, as savoring too touch a very'thriving, and prosperous condition grove and both the' land and the trees One is prompted, by such) earnestness. the,10th"_ inst.. and will no doubt accompany "General, ..News..New" : J :; ( '

I r) proscription opinion's sake,J!is .still with the prospect of a speedy.completion for one.thousand acres in addition. Of of advocacy, to ask certain pertinent rleas you give.on me,ytjnr particulars,!return to oLtcrm. Florida$ of; 0 -. AND' '"

; oonhtralned to say}' that "The Union beIng -- of the hundred acres orgiDaly the possible value of this present and questions. lands rented for share of p'roductsfor Y ork. Octuber.2.-Ht'nry' rdDeec.'hef -

I- .: a patty paper and enjoying tho contemplated. Several hundred of ,tho 'future property ;very common and well I unable! to guard well the interests I have b'een telling some of my acquaint- residt 1Ccllis has returned assistant to his,' Rev.Brooklyn Mr; 'BoOks ell rs '

fruits of ptetor should yield it trees of' this grove are now In bearing; known data wi easily give us some of its present' "lino' 1thid i the limits of much ance interested of .m,. intintion"'and in the su.bjeetand t ;,they seem wau Ilalliday'says; nb'arrangement has.been 1, Q.1 ,': ., ,- ',.

'. personal likes to that of the party: expressed and we arc informed that 500 barrels of conception. A well cared for budded Georgia need the ., and,,Gul to',know' all the','particulars In thIs made'for a formal reception ofBcei-her \. ,

: I in convention assembled/or if it oranges from this gr\'f alone will require tree. wi begin to bear,.often, at three Road be I looking! for Florida extensions contract do 1 you lurnish }land, seeds, im- in church or elsewhere.
"
::4. cannot honestly do so, then its proper transportation in the present sea and always at four years from the bud. anymore?, plements. '&c., &c., in fact; cn.rythinn.exct'pt Tho' shipping bouse DeWolf& Co. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
; has failed. "No statement has been 'H i, ". "
"
,: course should be come out in their third of the 'hand -labor, ? If 'you were yet.
manfully 'Atlantic
t Bearing trees year Is the condition of the
son.About pr present disposed' to form a cot ny" of twenty, made by the.f firm l but their troubles,are
r and join the opposition. A middle three miles in a direct line t duction are:worth at,least $50 each. and Gulf Roaiftobe taken i a conclusive i fifty or even; oneliundred families I haveno bn supposed t
course will not do. Grant, itt tickles the the southeast of the 1 e\1 1' grove, is acre of such I II worth $5tO. The 1500 evidence:t of 'thC' recklessness and cxtrivigance doubt,you could easily do so"on' fair OU89. AND COMJIODIOUS STORE ON

) .,.' I Union, that Walls is not the roan ; yet the grove of O."Mathews. which has acres that can and'will be established in of the Georgia! Democratic and equitable terms, for I think the A New.drlcans special says. that Gen.

.i when large, influential and victorious been in procccs of for several this particular t region, will. be worth at government, by the rule that made the coming' "winter will show\\more suQ'er- Ogden, who commanded the McEnery BAY STREET, NEAK LAURA,.
c hUlro\'ement
:in this than militia the street New
lug 'city ever beforehand engagement at
I 't'= party who places acknowledge him as IhrirEtandard-bcarer to : years. This grove favorably: least $.0,0' $7.0,0. Republican government of Florida responsible thousands' would _be be'nen'tted, ,by'the, Orleans on'tbo 14th of September in an .'
fealty
t .l support; him. But honestly party we situated upon a pint of land projecting It is to be hoped that men like.Messrs. for the' miftuis of' the change. :, 0 official report says his command suffered WHEREWILI.' FOUND
tout into the l lake, 1 well and favorably Florida Railroads ? a loss of twelve killed and thirteen ,:
J 1 ., Walls is the right man: in the In Mathews, Harris and Bishop in'Marion. State News.TDTNAM -
I right place, he is conservative in all his mentioned by all who know" it. Mr. and in Sumlcr and McDonald in Do the embarasmcnt of the Atlantic wounded, several of the >latter having
L\'cl since A LARGER,
''J tendencies and one against; >vhom the Mathcws has prosecuted thQ. mpro\c.. Orange, will engage largely in the busi- .and'Gulf Road .demonstrate, the "died. S.ASSORTMENT, .
.'I' opposition can have no well grounded V9lflTT. Washington,.October 12.-A. dispatchwas" 0 .
ment under many disa'nntagct and is ness planting fur sale to those knavery of Presicenf and managers, Herd/a r
; (charge. We confidently hope before groves The Talutka is silent on the received from' Pensacola to-day -V" (\l.: "! ; : -' -
,; lon t see the Union come up manfully now rewarded& with ole 4: acres of from abroad who wish to engage in this as has been by te tav&nnah papers 'gator, and. now squints, toward the pig. announcing the death of CommodoreM. ,11 STATIONERS i ;! SUPPLIES,

"1 t party's; assistance.1 improved 'I'oye.Cntignu culture. Common 'sense, without the in regard'to the J ackonvme,'Pcnsc la The work of the' putnam. Hotel,0" s Wooiseycommandant'of Pensacola ';'l. ;:;r."; '; .t! ,:_, '.
1 The above is a of the 77croW and Mobile Railroad steadily'advancing;: NaVy Yard, who died of yellow feverthis
part, ,t the Iabewt'grove, on teaching of the .innumerable failures P The dec sed had ,
article which the Union did Does the of the and ,Hi L. Halt's n'ew' Ocklawaha'steamer morning. been THAN,IS TO BE::FOUND IN
., not publish. the east on another peninsula juttinginto hitherto in this State, of inexperienced guaranty Atlantic command of the yard about two'years.' ,.' 7-i r !

: ,'..' \ the lake 'from the centre of'the south experimentalists. would seem to. give Gulf-Railroad, whlWstock "l fallen is.nearly,ready for .launching;) '. ,rElraer' D. 'Washburn has been appointeaXclfief c :. -,' ,'_ '.

*.I.l ox .THIS PICTURE,"-Let nny short*, thus deriving from the vicinity adequate instruction on"the subject and to a poiat .to near zero'Vial' .it.sems, Sir. Marion hereafter Lake will make regular of the secret,service'of the ANY' OTHER:HOUSETIN: FLOR-

"'.if!, he intelligent halls from man. .:i I 'IDA,. /-',' .'
compare ,
: : the condition Georgia, from any ,suvcrty} of thu north and the profitto,those who will engage satisfactory security'oil 1iiibopc1 inthis, new en erpriie, ;-.-Herald.. : ;: 0 Bridgeport Con ,LltoberlJohn .'. "- .. I!
.Tennes ( the Receiver of the ? F,),//Lacey:,and S. Furgnson: ofthis :L.. ,' !t j1" -.;
see, Virginia, Missouri nnd Kentucky northeast or, northwest wind*, are the In i.1cr planting of groves for the of Jacksonville, COLUMBIA conmrtv \ in
citystarted P1l'CES PIUHARCD'
;; ,an, open rcwoatfiftecnfet AT 1COMPETING; WITH
ii with South Carolina, Louisiana. Mississippi adjoining groves .of James -A. Harris supply ::61' such. demand. With"some Pensacola:'atfd MoWleuRaJlroad/wTiose We c1iJ1jromthe. akElCit1.Pre": long this",morDing :at half-past ., :

:I for the and Arkansas 1.ead.tIieir history And llcv. P. 1'. Bishop & Co., whii-b, knowledge;i of/the business i ;of' stock, though not iu great demand, is of Oranges aro being .displayed I.,on, ,the eleven, lor: 4 voyage" ,up Long:Island' FOR; !'COOpS 'OF THE' SAMS
1 !' post eight years, and) then say, orSDg streets and from 'present Sound '
appearances drawn TSORTHERN CITIES.
byla'kiteVThe'water'was'quite DESCRIPTION: IN
*
; -
.t whit-h furnish, 'bInd a question, culture. and some experience II Jarsuperior'VdlneP1 .. .
patty most nearly carries ont}ttprofessions together, tbopre1entop i' Islargerthanusual.With l. but' th rah' 'i :. -.J .. ". ".f.J*) !I' -'" l '
f'. of devotion law. and : outlook !In labor and attending'the establishment If Atlantic t and Gulf Railroad can rough, y" b'efore'/the .'
1n order thu finest orange Florida expense } 1ee proper:carei they I can be :-'success wind wilb"no :apparent trouble till 'out '; (>:. '-.i'i''J-


,": honei-ty Id l public admluiitrjitlon..S'ay.Advertiser the world. Mr. Harris and his fn1et p of orange go\'es. we ,would byjany means stavooff its..own impen fully'grown here.' of: sight.! ; Quito -a large number'bf )( 0 '-' '

were among the first. to see cearly prefer buying'; ''rl.y to our i ing crash till, by some''means) it ,can Mr. Elias Walker died.:at' his home.people watched their-departure and.fol .,:WE.INVlTlf; ; r. ...: .- .
; : And then on this:. te other for Florida about eight: it North of.this place on lowed them with glasses aslongast'ieyercyisible. 3TH. ', ATTENTION. OF
possible ocange and general fruitcapclty ; *- hanj to any !irdisposet2ntab1c, ; ,secure a favorable.charter, a -.,1 I v .I--*. -
1Erucay.-We find the in Friday night 2hultfJ He.was. an old .. .,
following : ,
of Florida, and have always been again'to experiment in this direction.: Southwesterly extcjwion; an'dthu, pyeclu'de -, ''" --' '
the Lexington (Mo.) Caucasian, a leading citizen of thiscounty.and. respected by clalnis .l DEALERS
,' desirable arid'niiike impossible die continuation \ ,., Tbq j for. the .FJ rraguf. prize- COT"AND-COTNTRY

Deruocniticjwpcr: exceedingly hopeful, Jo1 regard w 'Its The 'most and: best adapted aUwb 'knewhln..t' money,'since the Treasury Department "
',
**JntuckJs jcnminal record rivals probable future, but although long and localities fur estblsbment 'of suchan of 'the Jacksonville',. Pensucola' and, :Quite a'nnmber.of the- farmers t \ i in this* officers hare bad their(; attention called "'. 'r'. L .

1 i MUAnuriV-and' Lutnnn language 'can "el aware of. this latent,capacity and ( : our knowledge Mobile Railroad"Wd on. bonds under viSinity,,speak o{going'to' the fisbrre .to the injustice: bf tho delay have.beentaken AND THE I' -'P< BUc-, GENERALLY Jl TO .OURSTOCK

ttwunl it no more *! gprminenlutl'milhatu having badeontrol of orange land: for a irrg LusincSwtiiD countyin1 the new charter, raisp the, 'fund tA to new 'on'the Gulf coast this inonthj:and besides ,up J hfthelist two weeksand: are ,. .. .
tcn the 'of'enjoyabl d'trip" now,nearly all settled 'so that the claimants ;ANDsoLtcrr;TRADE:
upetand spie iron its line and comply with pleasure they ;
time have within, lakeHarris present ,
long only fewyears fegi the Withla- '
cad ,m'ulldt '
n.1 in KJC.i"AUCTIONEER
Sttc lt'\ryaotls 'its lay, a largo supply of ; have but n.nryshort..time.to wait 1 --j : : : \ Il
lug wit the ,' undertaken the.improvement of this re- coochee region in : county,and ingeniously t contrived ,provisions of iEve'rj*farmer arid gardneVVsan have, i now before th eir money Jsln! their hands '. ., :. :4' .'v.h, .

twenty-two shooting and stub gion. .Some three or perhaps four years on Orange lake. \ far as ptrona FJorida charter.by placing theo.ld and small space' devoted:in nursery..-With .A young girl.-named Margaret .ant, "

and bing uffrnyn, and at Lancaster the all kUlng since,'Mr. James A. Harris began the observation lias'Informed' us; wo knowof used up !iron on the,Florida extension, but' liule! ..tfrne and! labor lexpended, Londonderry,,Nova.'Scotia i baa:been : JOR1U S pZIALYNSKI,.

z winks burnings, und not one legal hanging in (our improvement of the large natural grove no region.that can equal.Orange Lake. i it will do a good thing for Screven, nothing.that is: grow,,\uld be more missingin Boston. since the time.ipf the ," ,"I .
limes is blast Haines & Co but how about'Florida? remunerative for, J thq' cure bestowed disappearancejof purrant.andlt. ]3 '0 .
us long, enough to for nfenlnLo. which be owns on'Orange a \VUh such ; !land precisely /
,the fame of I"keupo, qua1Y.tC' Jhe'deruarid, for young Orautro e s has believ 'that ''she.was: also mad6away; .. ;.
,
any ordinary sale that astonished, and almost alarm l apt to' the required pur o! ;'ard : never been.met, let all try to grow them, with by the n toriousPoiner: y'b 1.: ;" Axb'+;". *' -

? lho.boiics of'Clay and Crittcndcu, even though ed his neighbors of less fut In orange with ,the' opportunity\ ft "to*T profit' f,tT*the* ** The writer of the' following must be thou'let'the. public'know''you have them', J, The Postmastir-Goneral requesb.pub- .' COMMISSION:"MERCHANT .

iaahoftbem It it a horrid rp8- culture. After;,pne. ycart progress, hosucceeded. skill and intelligent experience'6f; such iho wearer 'unusuairylon'g palr and purchasers will' ppesl".: 0 Ushers of'country papers to'heed the notification 0 '
1 ( j'earsf "'," ... .. The weather.3iasii!I been 'beautiful for of th 0 't t a: <. .
: tf 'their
.''N Jjiinihcrn civilization. It > < postmasters' t '
In his '
Harris :
gives a In Messrs.
tinge and
I : Interesting plaps men as .Bishop, ca >ffp"mtnt
tha Afl'kIb. Teeeived
eeb of mercbandiM'
the..kind. tha.. lanteMneed.
past w. ;just ; "
: 4if rte subscribers fall 'to take thepapera out of
jUltlCt to the Yankee howl about nurrttt&a.nlnm Rev I). P. whose word and l bond avail ArI'OINnlP3T-J fiti owv.iilie n and sold at auction private.tal r,
Bishop, a Baptist equally i
Cotton is beipg plekc4irap.dJy.andth .. "
wit the "
;
0 t )hClthtbl&l. barhnrL. The clerg'm appointed superintendent of TchboU J for ] ; post-office postmasters instructed i "
I; true mn Kentucky should jn the .of eminence, from Auburu, 1 9w those who know them, if they could be Franklin county, ,We regret this .We ugb ther d }jour' ,giniD to throw such ,papers Into tIe wastebasket -f Every'description of good*' eatnewa ."'*"tf *"

I "11 I ess might npd tnnicstyuf rS right; York who! by his :>ucces jn jSumler Induced'while improving their own.Invaluable : rather like"Mr. Uow#and' hoped 'he Establishments of work. In ,g..ts. _, t. "'"tQ r ;all., fi q t.toRc notifying.the publishers.A wBlUdispotedofUt, :j,.t. ''

; 'b nut this IddeousiawJessnes. at had become w'iJely simultaneously would 'become'a"pennanent'resident ofFlorida" plenty Orleans attempted .
I -- c'r .unty, recognized groves, to ,enter New reporter .to l>I. -' BEST FIGURE ,
cnr"hd 'lorevt-x'. ; rescue their State atone of the most and successful 'upon the business..of .furnishinggroves ; but to'- see him filling his carpetbag -,, MipisoN dduiirTy.i interview General( Emory,the .other day '(' 1. )' t"1.1! ".;.; .r.-. JpSSIBL'to .F' 1'.
,. 'from rcmiacb| { And rendrrttbe beantous of all who had Judiio.their attenUonTio to A upon'their:: so rapidly with>petty o1Jl es' Is i CptfcSii.{thieves Veem'flb 'be;'ai iivo'1 but the interview was short,'sharp :and ti oUeV.Md'pp f1 H..*w nauu.-&. '
<, lilue GraKSilleilm, what nature de- a given- oJer. ow,margins jfcbad.ftfgn: and! augurs ill for an extended tb1txrnnty.'ThiZccodesofth SOth: decisive',"j*' Get. out;' instantlrl said i AJ Jl >* > *" "'

., '..'IParlle'lnJeaTr orange '!culture In tbs1Stt! oflind,' prefer Orange,take.to residence-and a useful 'citizen- says'crt9 1 ,:O Ty: ; to'i1t1'i; i),! 'the old soldier; and'thij,reporter l incoa- &:j4r5JJ PALMETTO'BLOCKji; : ; ;:. ,,

flpptJlt',"-"118.' #.'"J ,,'.., ;\' \ "..tLf'1 r.Mr I ,.Ihhopj.zibouttwo*,..?.'. Ica.ago, .pur-. a 7Inc1n: l : Florida. "Bucb'a cO r eh1.. .. ;.*atacMcolathj[ ;,:'.Afl'1.I ; ,'I f4 notice. posted. at the Court HonseV is tioentJr gut; *vif U-nJaruj lot s:.Hnr r.S"'WJa; ". J Itld.Wt.'to'Jadril ." .

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CITY NEWS. brought ere atlowcr August -Mr. Rupert Charles, well known in NEW ADVERTISEMENTs '.' : ,
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Society. P'o1i: '. flour;of excellent quality could be furnished Lake City and in its'place, and who, -. .; .. t.U'': I- -----i .,, ... .. ".. -.rURNITURC.. -.

'EDNEsDAV MOKKINC, OCTOBER 7. 1874. This society assembled at their usual via Port _. ._ -- .
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Royal at reasonable it will be D.embet'Cd, cxpcrir eDted in puING1 I & c- ., J )t f4
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= place 9n Saturday, October 2d, Mr Bid. .. ., T7URNITURE WAREROOMSI '
prices. .c '
? death : .
Post-Office-Notice. If' r coaxing by means artificial, attho1&liternatIdnuI J -
well In the'cliatr.' : '. : h' m'Ore'w'jUfd AND. .1-;'t:;; Jr \ -
Very mu -
The law give*an hour(o the assorting and mailing by Mr. G. hotel a few fears ( L RETAIL "
PRICE .
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SUch In this the "UpJtftt" After .readingth9 .minutes and the bot COPPERSMITHING.l CASH 1 .
efthe great """kt city are fraokncss:4: point with whichit ago wHlflndifferent success, is reportedto :
imd"Railroad"* mails and aU the tine given transaction of other matters, the Fresh Gosbea Butter,per 1h----35! "
report was. said with the heartiness ai execute "
and have naturally passed away with yellow *.prepared to work
of the vafl.'Aecod.n&7 0
for the wire transmission ndp DAVISDREW.
required of, the .Committee, on Fertilizers! was nalvetoof the speaker made the whole Oese-- :-ao .
fever Pensacola! U the
the Up River mail wlfl hereafter dose at 7 at most sadsfactorjr manner, and respectfully so- _, .' ..
mail .. read, and after 'quite i an animated. discussioriljy too i interesting to admit-of Fulton Market 8 f ... .' 'tji .. : ,".
Railroad u.
.nd the :40 XHTT taking L .
M. i -About 4 o'clock yesterday a Sre'w8s l tb.e'patrbnage 0 tae puWic.OTdeTIt&IIDth3BINS'GUNSHPO. ., '. .,. _.: >"4 .) .
The Post Office will be open on Sunday from the members generally was full cotes. ,Tbo'addresses of the Rio Co& --.J tioo'! :
two discovered on the roof of the kitchen attached .3H n.. kt.,._.. ., l'-. :. 'f. I-tta ff .
unlit cTjOtk.: IUr. t t-S.
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0 i r re-committed: .fur.elaboration. .and com gentlemen'gave universal ..satisfactionanflXresblntlon o* : J PARLOR $UICUAMBZRaWTS.
There m ill be no admittance in ihe mailing *oom, toBy to the Burritt houSe. on Bay at. M. Maitcaibo Coffee j bafcr.-,,.-.. IJQ .
_. pletion.! IhanksJoi : : .)ab1.' Ilt will itcavt prompt :-.t.n.; z io'u "\ ..Ma'
Post-Office Department .., .of the
of a
plpv the certainty .
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etcept L The tatarm-was given! .but. the flames '. -I. Java Coffee,s JJ tbs for__. i.oo i- .. ._ ...; .
ptivatediLTflMztcno; ( mail-matter fuite a number of new members ttemlon.i! /: < -.t. i -
and no ; were of '
transportatrofi'-.of: vhich : i -
jisSnr t- ii '
citizlrfs j- _. .-.i ... ..-t
were 6xtingnisneo! by who I. .
for one the Office wtU bc.opcn for alLnnd elected and admitted and'several t bapvpcned .Layer Raisins. 5 Ihs for..., ..._ 1.-:. ; "
when open of had been .. ., .
ance givenby: thek-addresses, before 10,1. WH"CLX I J MOSQUITO BARS fc' FIXTURES .
after October lofty th'ro.tiOffice will be. our citizens interested in; the 't iiea1 anil*for'. to be near, the..engloos .Macaroni. ,per***.._.__:..."......._ : toe
incrcasedVh6pefiilne3s, '
men in the evening, fur (he cpec!. convenience ollabonne they fairly gotout. The house is 1 t V s._ -p-- .' ,: 4_ ':" .

men. from 6:30: to 7:30: P. M. objects of the society. were.present at had inspired in the future 'success of the Mr. Thurman, mother and sisteri occupiedby REPUBLICAN MASS MEETINGS.By .- Vcrmicel1a.pn Jb_,...t ,.., ._ L.-TTH.I. soc! .'

J. S.ADAMS, Postmaster. the meeting. State_ was adopted We- 'confident order of the County Committee, Meetingswill Tapiocaper P.- mm.. i.i.n.r.u tjc
are
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_- ksoDTille Academy Mo- tw held at the different 1a I'arlot DAVIS & DREW cbrbaSuits.
the afl'h'afor the following *
= At 11.O; after train; 0 ,
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Riot Commissioners. that all who were in attendance were datcsatavkkhmeetings 'p. Sugar Cured Shoulders,per Ih_ i_ iaX .
sic offers more fnd :'ew t's'to pijilsthan Parlor Chamb
Mr. chief of' ? '
Gclprkc owner the line of
The following respectable and wel] deeply'interested'antI gratified as well any. Fcrnandina -
steamers from to New York
. selected Board of Pilot Commissionershave ; The feeling displayed throughout .of I Ignoring kind in the State. The teachers 'engaged .' cnd'kfate br Senator,'and JOSEPH E. LEE and Oolong Tea,per Jb. IL-... 'm r 750 Suits BAY AND LAURA..STREETS-Suits. .
and Messr Yulef, Maxwell, Ku'erner, all local and.sectional ALFRED GRANT, or Members of the Assembly, Parlor sji'. : :3T ; 'If1C haab
been appointed : Thomas S. Kelts, preferences have had long experience nstin'd and other dUungui t will address the meet Imperial Tea per lb_.:;_'n n'n. "1m' SuiJ"CIUOIITIL. .|. "loASui.} .. .
and Mrodward '
Fcrnandina ; Iih"
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in the Ipc 7 I
to the Ings
anxiety '
Mellon W. Drew Wm. G, Colby, and promote general the head of their '
Agent of the line, were introduced to development and prosperity of the whole at profession.The BALDWIN _.__ ;Ob 10 Gun Powder Teepee n> -lji..i..ni.u.j.i.r.T.TOolong :: -p : ".

Samuel Spearing. school next Monday For THREE MILE BRANCH_ 14 .. ;.. ,,. .,:::
opens ; A No. Ih. .._ .
the and invitation YELLOW ) r per t.co
-_i U.Steamer n Society; upon. ,,took State was specially noticeable and no i LUFF.---. n ..._ : "
in and informal further particulars apply at Qchus' music MULBERRY CROVE........' 3 Sea '. ,, ... EXAMINE OUR LARGE STORK
Missing.The part a general conference less acceptable.After .- MANDARIN: _. ,Foamper -.h; __ 300 .
store. ;.._ 2 ,?:? -* -KJ 'J ii.arf*** V- **> avMf- ,
BROOKLYN __ __ .
bosset of the New upon the subject of transportation.Mr. the close'of of the HANSONTOWN, Pine Apples 4 can'fcr_- .l 'i.eo' :: "
steamer \Vej Yulce was requested address. : the meeting .Allthings of.the world are worldly.All POTTSBURUH... ._ __' .. 2 LC .= f :., I: : ,'oJ... : -,- .t"-' < -
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VorL and Fcrnandina steamship. line, society; at a_ conference between. .the things are perishable. Even the JACKSONVILLE. ;......_---_---_-, .24 0 PeaS. 4 CanS f'm.oo. '
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'Which cleared the 1lucr: 'for the former the Society, but declined making any 'transportation committee and the gentlemen good name which the upright citizen EASTJACK.SONvIIiJ LAV1LLA____; It I. '-27 e 4 3Ib Tomatoes. ,4 ana *".-' "-. .'. v.'.fi. ', ....'.., ,. ltl- -.*.*:.*..*. T.. ;IM'r r-" ** -*'*3'-s .'

place on the 26ulU lia topic presented. went on in a conversational *
(rom up to yesterday. agreed that the rol1o\dng'should be the and be forgo'tteri when he; is.no. JacksoaTille,Oct.a, 1874. zo.7tfASSIGNEES' And aU other good in proportion at tbe store of 101. -p.t- I'. .' /Ml ; '""- '.. 1 .
and was listened to 101 111" ,:
-- ---- way maximum and permanent rates of trans moreand.sleepeth' beneath the..silent B; ROCHE.T 101 UAca.y'. .fU/: 10h..; t, ,>. '.
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with attention. lie drcw attention JOHN '
to NOTICE '
let. tOl
Married. New Yorkon : :
porta.tion'from Fcrnandina to .. ;
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tombstone and weeping willow 101 ; ; '
; yet, ; lOt.
the immense market fur the fruit and
On Sunday, 8J o'clock, 4lh October, Mr. Gel poke's line while all ready-made clothing partakesof All persons interested a hereby notified that the 'If 101. -- -- it 1111' :'. ..
of the South that asseti of-Edward W. Banker 101 ,. 101 .. .
have
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vegetable productions .
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For each bushel c..te.40. Dy b . .. lot 101 ,
the residence in Jacksonville cents. this transitory nature thatfor sale to me for the .
1874. at priest's New York wijh tb 6.09.OO thaUde For each barrcli ...l... ___..___.65 cents. ,I&n paper, whether overdue cto has been 101 "." 101 s'---.'",
Fla., by Very Rev. Peter Dan,, For eacH'pound of fruk wijrh ice: _.-._... 5 cents. by J. D. Bucky, of 'this' city bears the dept with; the"First National maturing/Florida." .. -.-,--- .-. .-, ,. .- ... 101 101010101010D&D010W10101 :: '. ::
pended upon her, was continually offering TMnTM.---.r_ '__**... .__.._1. cents. for Bk .' t. :
Vicar-General of the Diocese, Mr. William buffetings of toil and the deepseatedwear cleion. : .I ': 7 .: i' lOlooooooooooooooooooooolOllOlco ,
Paper past paid within from .
lie illustrated this thut. Wt tea days J''
by saying ,
F. Stiles to Miss Caroline DcLaporto. Assurances' were received from Mr. and tear of, life::in an enduring this d.or the same will be placed In a a', ,'" DAVIS&Dtzw ooiot .. .!
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100,000 barrels: of emit or vegetables: ( he collection, IOlOl00000000occxooooo J ooolOl I .
May the choicest olVarllily blcs- Gclpck6 that would fnrnish'transpor- equalled by few and .excelled by (Signed) ALEX. WALLACE. "; ; 101 lOlooco FtnutrruBB eooolOl :
way Alp' HOLLAND, .. .". 1; ..
landed at one end of the city would disappear tation by his! lino at the above with J. 101 lOlooooooonooooooooooooolOI .
,ratev .
the wedded : 101 W
attend
newly pair. none. lOldOO 4UB0CIII. COOIOI at'
sings 'c :
before they reached the other I free to-the J. ." 101 lOlooooooooootoooooouooclOl 'I ,
-_at_ passage agent for sale ol f Io7tiW4NTEP WATCHMAKER AND .. ,
end. What Florida needed, ho said, luring the TO THE VOTERS OF DUVAL COUNTY. .. .; I 101 icioioiow D&rrpioiotoioi ; '1
till ;
freight ensuing
after 101
Ho! For the Suwannee. year JEWELER" ;v ; 101 101 101 :.? .-
was development,not the transient prosperity the season. I would most respectfully! announce myself as*an independent A:comfortable home will be to a ; .c." 101 .101' 101 10Vlol
A social party, consisting of Governor grape Republican"'candidate'for the'General'As o elderly lady, of undoubted&ye midd'a 1-: -;" :' 'Comer Pine and Bay Sts.,. ." :- 101 101 101 .%s: 4
of this or that locality but a sure : 101 101 101 101 -
neighborhood In South Florida in return far the ia-
lion. J11.. Hon. II. [Partial, arrangements an agricultural embly of Dun county.; 101 101 101 101 ,
Cheney, Itt In branches of
Steam, mono two children.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Jenkins Hon. L. G. Dennis and JudgeVan and steady development of the .whole excursion to Fcrnandina during Respectfully. &c Adr. prma., .. Pine Level, Flat 10-7 tfA17ANTED. ..-...101 101 101 _'iOl ., .- 101 101 .

State. That development could never JOHN T: EDWARDS. -toNewJewelry :- '. : 4
the month made of which detailsillogiven1nournext Ml 'IoITlot
were ,
Valkcnburg intend making an excursion LaVUla Oct. 61874lo7fd: 101 ,
unless and!
come alc rt)jn"i paying. } niar-* ClocksWatch- S "*
the Suwanuee river. The : ? 101 1OI.
up ket could'bp stcured? r al.her( products : l-p" '. I ,A MILL la any part of the State a situation for one or three es, Diamonds,Plated and --101' IOI(

party will btart from, Gainesville/ This Well located on the banks of the St.Johns river auMcCoy' Dnye..Press brick a specialty. Either of them .- .. '*-*#
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an adequate transportation. Solid Gold and Silver
by -
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In of I.
Short.J.
Cedar and thence by a creek to be leased to responsible parties a .taking chargeofaUkindsofmason
ceed Keys by cple wo. .
to .
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and this alone-speedy and cheap transportation Address,W.A. JOHNSON Wares' etc. f. ;}H'.IT.iIt ;
chartered: I mat up the Suwannee as far II. Ochus has a fine lot of pianosfor the month year.or to parties desiring to saw by the Bull's Head Hotel,cor.24th it. and 3d Are.; : .. ._
could enable her to compete thousand. Apply at the ioio-w3t New York Oty. THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTED
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Ellaville. The excursion will commence sale cheap. See hIs'advertisemcnt.lIiss .
as '
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rivals in 'the Indies and CIHCU.AXING LiBRART..J "
with her W.cst _ _ _ 'IN /THE.SOUTH.,;
probably next Friday.To II. II. Fay was those DIAMONDS, PEARLS, AND JPRE- ";' ., vttt.
along the coast. Interested, of course, among gARGAlNS.i .CIOUSSTONESSETIN _
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,to who arrived by t f.i Inoi SirnJay last. THAT SODA T FOUNTAINIn FINE GOLD. ; : :; "'" t 111

Teachers.We as every true man should' bo in the prosperity the La/Jf1/tril.'clPr'atoR. admired by all.1 :stock For of eethirtjayi1 ole tor cash cash, my entire -. -', .Ur.. i'. *-:.' : ;'t <: <;.':, .
This
of his own section it was Tor thff --.A camp-meeingoftheM.E. Churca 63tf step I PIANO.n take in order at to meet price my notes Parlor .. ,. .RICH, PLAIN -4. clamber
call attention to un advertisementin will in and which I unable to meet account of the Suit .-' fc Suits.
simultaneous anti of Brooklyn to-morrow. a o W. Initial Letters and
equal advancement, commence VICHY AND K1SSENGEN.' ure Denny; \Monogram* Parlorm- and' Chamber

this Kcue giving notice that a teacherIs the whole State that his efforts would be -The Lollie Boy will recommenceher 10-7 o Cp J, H..OHUS. Fancy Engraving done in Suiu. .
Many on rising in the morning complain of a headache artistic SUB'STA TIAL.ci t
wanted at Tine Level Fla. Our cor an manner. ffi
given. It was tracjOf pne rity/-as|[of ngulirArip1 up the river tomorrow or feeling stupid. A glass Vichy or Kissengen . .
J'f'I'pn.lent110 is well versed in school from"TuSts" Mammoth fountain BOAT BUILDING. Parlor Chamber
in La Favorita -
cures '
another, that the general growth of the > : J. .r. Suits r" .FURNITURE. Suits

matters in that section further adds that whole community, the whole people, -One* of dealers sells bacon all such un*'I leasant> sensations* *. -.' ,6-ivif, : A. Go c iAPPELL,' ''. I' Standard time by Chronometer ;: ,', .. I .. .
our. at .
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could obtain homes '
of )
cumin .
ins < .
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a t .
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JUTW '
'All moans: the surest reliance j rated by transitobservations. 'r: 4
was by ) fda dojlar i OUR ENTERPRISING .
there for the winter without'expense, "five"pounds or eighteen ;BAY,STREET,near the Cable Crossing, .', -. 'ff)
and gurtl1tY.or. local 1 !improvement. Friends Messrs. Gato <: Co.,have seemingly! spared no : .. 'j i
for few hours each in centsaltound.! \ : fii ] f in the : We are prepared to offer oar stock at
by traohing a day To this end!, lhatiillmight'shai'c quaUY 'I$ ) : I / t 1cJ1. J expense introducing handsomest soda fountain ? JACKSONVILLE.} ,
private flmilictl1; t that good teacherscan T. W. CT. Moore and James M. ever*et up in this city. It is admired by everyone and a remarkablyjow.priceI.,1;
in such facilities as could be given the soda from it is pronounced by all the ladiej be -- '
to
AGENT CELEBRATED BOKEL ,
Shoemaker have been : < FOR THE AKD
Bui in of the appointed Notary '
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employment charge equal privileges on the ITne'fnomFernamlina lhe**"" of r' ir. ', r descnpdpn of Boat built ti; most substan CotntvoisiEB W ATeIl. ,
.i.e ito
'O.rpfr- :
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Publics at 1 -
primary frets schools of Manatee large. T ** manner.1 will .
county. to New York would be extended f -n skif guarantee sathiaction.t. -----: :- ; .:, .'i :f :
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.-t-- i-;.Oft the of Mr.PnUerson BUY VOURSELF.A HOME.A '
the railroads and Monday bight store .- .
Order from Judge Eraser.SHKKMAN to every point on Ticaf the ViLLA-srr on St.'John's river i is o'ereJ for tale;I S :AND YACHTS Linen and duck suits Bucky selI .' '
Brooklyn bridge DAVIS
the river. One of the I.BOATS & DREW
along Disclaiming any narrow most desirable places In the vicinity of Jacksonville *

CON-ANT Ksg was broken into and coiIetely.gutted ; 28 -about S for I -
or sectional feeling in a mat .pf containing aero acres ready are sufficiently welt known' warrant ma"ta referring MISCELLANEOUSPIANOSORGANSPIANOS.. '1 ..
U S. M N. D. of Florida. t
n-hal of it planting. For particulars apply'at_ the counting-room .
he said the contents.A their skill DZALEW- '* '' "'* .
such absorbing importance, to to my as a : W
You will please( open tha Circuit court of THE NEW SOUTH. __ :?Sl _a.ne__a_ ._- ?woa.. ._ : '. 'I., '" '';'sr ...'., i-t4 -
manifest duty and right of every individual very fine citron, grown on Gov. 9)t : :
of the United States: for the Northern : -'' All kinds of 'FlJRNITtiRE. CARPETS
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was to use tho f facilities of eed'8 place, opposite this city, may be CIGARS TOVHOM' IT MAY CONCRN,
any .
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District of Floiida on the 23d day of October Imported. domestic and of their own manufacture t MATTRESSES.WHITE PINE.WALNUT ,

inst., at Jicksonillc: at 10 o'clock line bff transportation" that t ; S ':- ;
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best accommodations at the lowest rates 1 ; : than any other place la the city .at Gain& C','>LFaverita. I AlA to Capt ROBT DARDIS. The bt o .
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A. M. uf l that day, lor the appointmentof *. / '613tf4BUILDERS will not "be responsible* f any debts may E& '#.
that in his opinion Florida lino was -The. question of the is Contract for her. .JACKSONVILLE. VIA.Swiss .
sujM-rvisors of I ck-ction and adjournthe any great day H. HART. t*

same from day to day until that better than a line from Charleston orS where' are there houses to rent. The AND CONTRACTORS Palatka,}la.,Sept.n, 1874. g im < vr J
muslin and white or all .
goods kindasi
.- nn\h. An i I .rcialsptt'1l1 Will find a complete assortment of lumber, dressed Bucky's.FOR .. .
business is of '' independent t mm demand is thoincrease faster than
further
disposed <>r urder.Very f'1.
and undressed mouldings shingles etc.,at the Depot A1ANTED.

truly, was the great'nctiTof; our Stale.: the supply.A Lumber Yard., Orders to be delivered at landings on yv LkLP SALE OR'KENT-CITY. .

I'ni'ur FKASUI,Judge Mr. Yulce then introduced Mr. note of band for fifty dollars was the River receive especial attention. A lady experienced in teaching and skilled ______ I :3; .

October: td, with the remark that he had Address LOOTS J. BBVSM. pu .
1874. _-_ Gelpcku picked up on the street the other day. _--.4 h drawlngand dd situation: in Florida. SALE. i4'I': ; .
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long been tjigogt'd-in'the transporfitlorof i' Ad/re. }r(: .A.EWING FOR
Personal.Mr. J \ Th6ir peredfTcdS..hra5eTtby"applying ICE CRE.u1 j$ <., i. I. ., .oaTen
was'wclVac "
IStrhiudVpKidnco hxnd ]
YaladcColumbiiCounty New York
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J. L. Edwards: tho at this office.C That all acknowledge to be superior to any ever to be .' 912 ; acres of land on the Kings Road only two-.

energetic quaintcd with every item of the whale.{ had in this city previously ;"tb be obtained,tbl .. tL i- miles from Jacksonville. This land Is """
ticket ag %nt, arrived on Monday.Mr. business.Mr. ; C.B. Ludekens has moved his tonso- Room 'LaFavfrita. 13t1.-- Spripg'Cassimere'suits i for sale at Buckr'*.- -.
Temperance Reading at
.. .w ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE -
estsblishfijonV. down.stairs into the -- "1' ,7' '-_ .
W. Arlrtll hnSTCttlrRed TronTlhe Gelpcke ; ig a JBtraightJoj! .
l .
.J' &etyti-i ; CULTURE OF SUGAR CANE AND :
North. -?' -, ward business way commanded the entire sTore recently vacated Ly J. II. Livingston. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. M ABBQ1'SOARDINGHOUSE FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. .-.. '
Observations taken at 7 A. M t P. M.andgP.M.daily .
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Prof. Krizek, of New York, whoseJ' attention of the Society in a half by the Signal Service U. S.t.Army. in this city. IS NOT CLOSED. ,
.' and bbeautifuly'located for BUILDING LOTS. For
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musical sei vices have cngagedby hour. speech. which, although entirelyconlined'to -Parties wishing Jo employ a competentplumber = .to' 1"tr :111 e. .. I :Alf reports-from'unfriendly ares't the contrarynotwithstanding,1 price and terms,apply.to' ;
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'8 'I WindJ ; Abbott, B. if. WEBSTER
the
Prof. Ochusi, at his Academy of Music, nifiness matters'valull. of ) and Coppersmith [can Oct.'J .. a g.. -." -. ,J ii'r< in St.Augustine.Is still open, and as usual will offer Having associated myself with the largest Music MWallace'tMiD..", .

has arrived.Mr. intcrcst'arid'importance a and.L was.P L appreciated -! learn- of just the person b'y reading Mr. : o g s- 2 11' quiet and comfortable quarters at reasonable prices to House in the South I km now prepared to sell at unusual or by letter. care A. W AJ.LACII. ,. !'-tt'H

1874. i ? II -. 1.in | all sojourners in the Ancient City. o-j-ira low prices for cash or by small monthly payments .Jacksonville Florida.:

L. C. Emery left for Newark, *s. it deserved. Mr. Gelpcke;;o. i W.m,,Clarke's 'advertisementiBradford'county ; : : !I ? x "g' the Knabe Hallett & Davis &Co.,Haines& Bros., f *f"t

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N. J., yesterday. On the 14th lie'trill marked thai he had'' long been engaged i court'is' session. Sat. 3 9 30.09 71 85 E Light o.oo dear Bon ton hoops and bustles at Bucky's.QRANGE W.P. Emerson and the Southern Gem Pianos: also,; .Latest style. straw, and silk' ,hats J at Bucky.;s.':.11 :

Sun. 47"30,14 66 79 NW Gentle o.oo' Clear : .. Mason&&HamIm and Ploubet.Pelton&Co.Organs "* '', tl"t
be united in in the Bermuda trade until driven away Tho silting.Qf tIle courfin that is NE Gentle Fair :
marriage to Miss_Furinie! place a 3008 85 33 o.oo BOXES. Easiest terms ever given Call and see what I can offer "k1 ; : ..t..f
Clear
Conger, in the above named city. Soon by tho preference there shownJoBrjtishvessels cogent, b reason f for i its ri,not-sitting in'this Mon... 57 9 30.16 30.13 67 73 84 71 N'E Fresh Light '0.00 ooo' Clear in the way of. superior. nents'and low prices.729w3m USiC.HAS/CHARMS I 'I'M
and'fr ri1'his knowledge ofttia'ttrade i 30.14 &SNE Brisk' oos CI'dy 1 have material sufficient to make near joo orange J.H.OCHUS.A "
after his marriage, he will return with city. 9, o.t6 .71,63 NE..Fresh 0.00 Fair boxes. This material is made of unr size by machinery I VI.'i'i

his bride to the sunny South. was satisfied: .that :.Florida :was I i ,:Many tnewy and.strange; faces aredaily Tues.. ::6'7 30 J4 .*si 73 calm NE Fresh." ', ofo Dear Fair' average;sized making oranges.a box Which Will be(will sold'bld t hued *" -'s- .,, .: .! .j" t. 1.I$1I ...
aridWuld 2 30.39 78 58 0.00 CHA'PPELL. CARD.-
four'wceksH aheacl of Bermuda IyatheBhOPOf .. G. .', '
iti tPRICE
-- S streets. The elevation'MARINE &
seen upon ;our ; number Barometer corrected for temperature and f street,Jacksonville. '
More Houses Wanted. successfully compete with her. He described -. is daily increasing. Many are now 7'j; "- Bay JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,March 311t.J8740., '. ..REDUCED.l)4

the almost instantaneous rapidity! INTELLIGENCE. For neckties and bows call at Bucky's. ; ,
Jacksonville i for 1j wbich THE SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY -
greatest present needis looking] 1i4' p ;q to erect -rrr .
with which the Tegp.tablcs from the early d -.' 'r -: ; -.t Ht, .
honscs-tenement houses. homes. MOURGEON will I in a few days appoint a State Agent for -
Dally; we ARRIVALS AND CLEARANCES AT THE TORT OF pUIS'EMILE : :
Bermuda steamers were absorbed by the . 'L N t
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hear inquiries of 'whcre a" JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.AREIVALS. Er'BE'S (jTHEV' .
f can I get _St.'MaryVPrfrry opened last Mon. I Paris, ;(1adjoirnin of the States Florida. In the'meantime I will conduct its manage ..,
that he From Frue ..
New York demand. Remarking } t. -- '-
bouse." I "
The answer is, /I don't know. day under.favorable circumstances, and Dyeing establishment) ment. -. .. '- .: .\ .. ..Ii f'{' .' t.
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They was the first foreigner engaging .in the Oct.J... F ;Haddock Moulc.New York. NEW DYEING AND SCOURLNG. ESTABLISH : .t' U"_ -j .
are all taken. A hundred houses $team' oastiiigtrade} ho"saldlhfe whole .the) prospec for A large i'nuinber'of ': CLEARS i'CsS.Oa. .MENT.Ladies' An communications directed to sue.care'of Henry A. : ; x ,.a< .. -.v./* -5 :rt J'\ .

could find tenant this winter, if built. scholars this term are good. .s.chr.Minnie Hudson New York. and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, WILL"LA'ST'AtiFE.TlME.f. |,
There question is summed up in this; "You Oct. o.Khr. E. Gilderdeeve..Shaileiy New York. + "' L'Engle, Secretary of the Jacksonville Branch, win .
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will -
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LaccCurtainiLaceShawls. '
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not a single house, we -The Oct. 6schr. Harry C.Shepperd. Wuson. .Mays _' ; 3 .nh; t-I&- 1' ,'' -:
St. Johns mill owned
fear. to let to northern visitors as has want me and I need you/* and this fact, formerly Landing N.J.JACKSONVILLE. -_ and other fine fabrics most carefully cleaned and dyed. receive due attention., --I. : > [ .. r"I iz1ihi
by Allen & Farrar situated:.about three FORSYTH STREET. between Newnan and Mar.
accompanied; fait:management onfall ; ( : -- .
been "
the custom in seasons past. Capitalists RCTAli .* Iettreets. t / \ ', 5IWl. J H. MILLER, "- r ':- '. ". '. :. 1' f'1"f _
mllei tho'StJohnsrriver' MAR ET.
down has been '
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sides will insure sdcccss. '
could do no better than to bulldf Weekly': 5 < : >i-tf 'GenL Supt.of Agencies :. .; '1:0 <' :
vtOwrected Bucky's.ORN .
dtis Allen < R'ubbet and oil suits at oii.oI
had'b'ecn purchased by Mr. of Boston, 3 .51
efforts that' l .
the
The great want of more houses shows Alluding to FOWLS-GAMB. f : .'. !,'a 1. .i .

that our made to dissuade him from engaging in for $0,000. .-iiemihl was sold at legal Venison per Ib._____ IS'&' 'I" ( FOR SALE. .. ... ,.' .' : .. ';" .,I', population .
has'increased more .... AND OATS.. . ," .-OV THX CTLEWUTED : I ," :
Chickens per pair. -? ----- -- SO@< f* "-. -? .
rapidly than our means to accommodate this Florida trade, ancUhe_ prophecies! of sale. Chickens, half grown.per pair_-J .;'40 Q i Co -f ,' r'Tttfetic :.- . : / ., .: *- RIVERSIDE HOUSE ,'. : .,:"".. -LLL.. ol' 1'ff ,wriSHONINGER -

lurkeys.cach (lew in the market)_ t*.to& a 50 ,. ,. .'
the its short continuance ho. id: "I ama -The Freedmans' Bank will close Just -> .41! '. -.f. B !" <- GANS
tide .s OR
of immigration Let us" have Turkeys small, M '-..- I 50@ t 75 afnaSR' -
more houses. \,' German and Germans, as you know finally on the 31st of this m'pnt'h. Parties Wild Turkeys, each ... .....*: :-i.t 50@ oo -* 'Bar Street. near Laura. "JACKSONVILLE! FLA. .; '.".!,'.",. oi '.pJ
each__. .. _
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to
Partridges u >
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--r, < ." With the cotton and naval stores who lonQt8 nd,in thejrj>ass-books : Well adapted for a fin private residence or'first- iND'AIYUSZ.: 1 : .

Arrested. that could berelied[ oTi;..ifies\ejs |pe- iii i *X to tfa.tat rcarijjaye' "I 1 their accounts Mullet. pert4 ) : t (15 cR t ts5 N TICE..r. '. J "-! 'i ". class it sleeping boarding rooms house., i acre'Two'Iaad..p stories orangektcs4Tha with mansard roof I ,_ ; _. ../: :_::. .,. .'I..j'.tl.f. A .

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Mr. C. Sneephea.J.ICI'ltrina'60 *S ; finest location'and cheapest piece of property this -
O. Livingston proprietor of cially .needed Summer' business, and jadjustcd only by sending their Bass.each____.._ ((3 5 J hereby'authorize Mr.:M. C.'RICE to transact my vicinity. Price including: about 'zono worth of furniture '. ..:1'. .- I.. ; .,.' .,};,!

the> lre.bousfwhich Duval endeavored that Jhe fruit and vegetable' capacity1wouldycasllyj &>bks'tb'WVsbinjrton.A. / / j !" ) I I ; I business. f'and 1.collector. .... me: .during'. ,:my. ?JfCjfcrij .." ., -$10,000. half. cash, balance. in._.one -and tworcan. The best musical; talent: ; of the .country recommend j .

to burn about a week and half he cOn C."R/per'lb.:.. 18 (3 ao .j Jacksonville Sept. II, 1874- these- Organs.. The'nicest..:More: for '
a ago, furpisb, Ypu (giveT fealure your
&rt pew 14'thb council roon) Beef mess per lb.- 10& 15- 'For lull particulars address '
red here \> :. Fulton market. per Ib--......' 16@ *8, .' valises I; A. F. STYLES, better than -
y .yesterday rn rning'i business and ye wiling it.lHsaid" x is a f largo caseof pigeon-boles therein i iairedfydl4thnets4roTfiled Muuon.icareepcr1b.----( : 16' ,:.)' -! Trunks and at Bucky's. money i and civet ,-satn&atoo.. ; .any.ettar

train. He was immediately arrested by In order to insure the w iole l>rpfU to in their Pork,per Ib.-_. .-. .-.. ,14 i&16 !- ,'. .. Jacksonville FIa.If now made. They comprise tte. : i fUo M : '
MlIor t Ham. per lb_.;;.._ -_ @ OKAHUMKEE. 'I.t ., not sold' November the'Riverside House .
8o.l '
Jones 1'OR by .'
the Wohldbel ; ct1"rl.
on, charge of being an the grower, it necessary;he respective 'places as'evidences of fact. Shoulders per tb .____ zi @ uJ4., will be kept during the winter as a first data private : r 4; :. .1 : .

?accessory theefforobn the JwiM"C. 'remarked either to. arrange with.-the White Bacon,per lb.-. ;_ '8 ( aoEitra JP- LAKES' .ARRISEUSTISAND.GRITFISILVER, ,. boarding house. 7-8-iww6m Eureka,! O nttrtot Orchestra _and,'.Grands'lUustrstcd \

The Th&-t case has, doors, the. doors .a.1 lock, .- ., ' ',. '. '- .. : ;.
t..J.j. .
affidavit :
was made by Mayor York'merchants to igive orders for ndr. ChtjSty.* !rcblvist* :i Wi3. White pcr.W... ; _"-_-_10" @11 5iJ. -- SPRING" ,' : ACKSONVILLE ACADEMY OF -- -. { : ., ,
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based ___ ,- : I "j
Jones, oh sri affidavit ni.de-l here at fixed rates to sendcaph.outoug4rssc1 Ked,per bU. 9' @1O ." I--' ;' t
vegetables or .. : t :O Superfin.pcr:7' lit B And other Landing on the. OcklawaKa River. :.
& -One otr ec1ith e ; : : .' '.3 mail *
MUSIC
charging that Mr. i CornMdper'--------'_:_ 3 15 ($ j 80'- Catalofue tent ay postpaIdtoaarpoa
&1dO4. and abetted Livingston with J omevincm-. ip'b-If'1V 'r I.ihe' ottQii' goo$ If'cbiof Hominy, per.ackt ,.;.-.._.-3. ..5 t*'3 >St. "mF .. .1.. ; 'apjicatiaii iii'J 'r rt*'

the attempt at won her of the Society to New York, wb w eh!&thJJ.ek'kivhIl: ''..1 ; -: '. ravrt.k. .... ''.tI .6' --Steamer' r-"- ..-<.''. I,Will commence la math year on the ,. ..', : ; :' :. : '.1: .7.w.'tlf-.rt

/frying or offering to pay him (Do val) could see that the ,sales were. pr.opefjy ,. Apples' ,per do*!..... .. _-:., .\3O\@r..t4O.' The 1 .'. SECOND MONDAY INOCTOBER. NEXT, .... I B SHON1NGIR co.;" .
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the Sum of loelSuridawe win iboW whtrtoonstderablo Lunes.perdoi,... .;..-----.;-- -.- 10 @. .15' OKAHUMKEEJ./
tso if he 'would burn the Ice made and1\ccounted toE' ToJsuchI Lemons per dot, SO@cl70" 'A.L."R ) ..' .Hie Teachers engaged are experienced and'stand at ., -I' '. .,..i..' .t.' .,fl. '1. tl".1

hou5. At!. Livingston was taken ijj- an free oyeJis.hwould .of t jt gos,..but. we don't like to Bananas, P'r'.4 384.. 5, j .1; .; ': .'. :"'. the head of their profession. No pains will be spared . New Haven. os*..., ,
fore agent passage '" t.' ,lo impart to the pupils a thorough knowledge of music. i' "

Justice Coan. Mr* CoopeV ucdng I be given.-.- Ice, he said,was not ieU'everyonfe', Corn- per bushe__CRAM. -- 15 fJO-' 'wiilieaw..I.lOCfc.; 'JocksonrilU- .'ererj'THXHISDAY' -' .I mornlnj.. .. .- .. .' ,. \,'

Attorney for. : ? At the yearly meeUog of the CuthcTHo l "- .': 'GECX-R. ERAgs. : .. '. LUMBER YARD. .: !
Livingston} endeavored necessary tort vegetables -and melons Oats,pqbuh. -,-t-- "---- S;lo -* l> :: FACULTY JOR. 18745.. ; DEPQX .Yr

&to quash tho Indictment 'on technical I would be packed on lattice shelves, eachiMrXJolpckqjrtated Beneroleot. Socictv, /!. 'htJdt? Oct.* 5th.i''J.i the_ SIt1per. :. sacka--'I. ;;1.o sioxs. \ .*.ti"- :. .,. (h;/ : Jacksonrffle/Fla. : '. ,JuIy.as.s$7t-t-sst.. '. ":,. :.' :,'. : Prof A.-KRIZEK.of G, .. ; : ,'. AND? BuiLDERS.0-- _1

>.::. .1....._".'-" : ,'s 2",40. S .A'LrEvA ,<. "\,; Mist MINMIB W. BRADBURY" ,of Boston.. CONTRACTORS .
A".1" : !: u e tiIp' i { ::ff i L..u ot..ciat1hl Cheese, per Ib.........__ a w F.O'R -' : Mist E.ADAMS,'of New;York. -I ". .,;. .d-t:
Datton anS vies ; .' 'wn.LaDa
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on ; 'fd; e J.ce wo ;p4j. Lard, .. 'iii $0aG. '
itzengtb of Duval' f Vice-president.l i G. McGee Secretary Egjs (tmce.y'per.'clot--..i i LW -.. : 35 i*> House and Lo ,beaudhaly'4 For terms,&to)apply W ] .f
ItO testimony Living. ih'atlrilBome;cases C ; Poutoejj Irish,per bmhrti.niW, J 00 i 9-3031. :Li H. OCHUS.. FULL: .ASSORTMENT ( : ,: :,
D "8 placed undet 810,000 bait .rnilroW. wcre'not'onlf but John P. BclD'e't eu\tr r/P: CroUy; .!*, Sweet// '.'t; ,',....i.'i M----:' T.QQ: J>,Ipulons !06- f Jacksonville.The house.U .
willing preferred ._ .. '. ; :: DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER.
County ( i per peck...-.... 70 *>. 175 .t.fiCtedup L. COAN, : ..i.d .
forte Solicitor: JcDorzqhl ,.aprrd occ4 5nally .to :jay;to Reamer* Standard Bearor,Patrick Fellow- ,wtonvTT' ';T ,: fh,infldeTninprovenient| ., eqUI o(> .1'I W .! ; :. '; :. ,,.MOULDINGS AND SAWED> :..f.ft

Stale. 'Duvaj'i testipony against I higher rated of.ir' eight' lhariwefo"reailydemanded .Judging frpnj..the tax, books, tho PeaAci.'per'Lu..r; : .,___",_?_-"". >is @,.:".*,. ,I )d". .,', _.r. ." '.'';. : LMngsum Blackberries 1 30 .JS I .
was strong and of a sejj ,,and. that .for.the purpose:of possession of, houaebpld,furniture >y currants,per per Ib.-.. _' ';: 4,*.5 o-.}.I .. r1Mt1ELFAiIiliANKS. ,' .: '.. j.J.: ; .' DD -? / -7 ... ; ." .CHEAP FOR,CASH AT ;> '. ." 1

:awtS1 k"1' *" th ,test nony'' ''! QrRY ..,. PU; .B.L I. C.. THE DEPOr' LUMBER Y'RDtiwnbcrddI

nougb 't.q :sto p to est&blishmentot thli route wbultfre'ducethe in so prosperbasf ichty.t Where .p. ..3 7 .0. In, NOTARY PUBI4CFOR DUYXL COUNTY. 1 ?
hi rid to Wo sawed coedA' 35 6 t JS itS 4 '.. Tf. ** c" *''VlK'i J : SOLAR YE'S BLOCJC.... cm to alt pwrte of thetity and vianity,
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burn a building In a furniture' !: sold ,per cwt-----5. o i '. I &?&*.ta j. and at all ts'--"oa the riwr..1n.rata'1 rAa rdersrecart '
does the
alltyiO expensoOT'l .tfansportatlotfFlorida botb-'riys: all thatIs go, __ .. co @ 7 -lacksonviUe.Tan.* .174\ .' ... ;'
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4erog, to C.per to "t -.. .10 1.- j .Cl1.,PAY a..PINE. atreetIf prompt. .atteatfon,. .. : f'I'
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t1e..itJ' '.1' (, ryr production would find a profit*. PdJ dr mncViBas'oaginal'iBri! dd'Ytth Florida per 75 1 BICK.US' 'I"' "" LOUIS"JDKUSH.
Dlach weight i '- ,. Itoney strsine& 9 t O' 'piJiE&cdsn4coloreduYOOD& r' J 'l .Jme 1 J1a.c' I'"".u.-;& .6.117t-' _. rWy '
r ,,1 oj ;1 I q4. '! "lfT "'of,' ..t.tltJ 0" bl'o' ..ke...to d'..>JYl 18C. .,J d'. tax ret MP 1f"f '.1.J. trv., IAIIQV" ,Ib....pII ._.__ .10 U :. .Li CaOery.., --"s.bw \ wrtm. ; 1 J1". .. t ., .. '.

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:. ". The Dut'' "'_ *w.'A I .
:: *> Tragedy. '
w TilE SIMPLEST ;
CURE FOR DIARRHOEA .
IIISCXLLANEOUS
L, -
.-I Sc w*.-A ...mitt. Abu....ia rapid motion. OR SUMMER COMPLAINT. Take -THE SINGER': '; MI5CZLLAkZO -
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one ,
r t r,tmer_d'crlQ'a ul. ': : .
gill of rice ami! place it in a spider '" "

I ScrrutiNoSoviiSing on, O ..I| O ...ting 0.-1 t over the fire, stirring it constantlyuntil r FLORIDA SAVINGS 'BANKAND ,"

10' thoroughly brown. Do not AGAIN TEIUMPHANT.THE

p ,SAW: > burn it. As soon'as.it is .thoroughly .' :. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. ,
Wblr, ".i: t f
V e h' Buttf I -
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( t-fj chlng-onl brown-, fill the spider with boiling -I : : tocorpon J July .' ':"] .
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'. 8uFratwSuu&: water and let it boil till the mass is of : : : I. < OFFICE IN LOYERIDCrS! .
: BUILDING OCEAN
$. STREET.)
to*,thy lulott ooc kath power t*coock* the of thin .: \V.ORLD'S'AWARIi .
4 TtM consistency paste If the jACXSOMVtLU. FlA..July sit.1874. f
tnrtrd tmibUt/a tortured mind: rice ; NOTICE Sa hrebo glvn .f th* Incorporation of Thy fltrU Stvirngt B* k and Rre&dmIeLreA4tV.
r .; 'for is not cooked perfectly soft adda .. .
memory of*4ba>pelatcd tar) ", it'' r principal Plate c fa the city ofJacko.vUle. 'v1
; Was never yet wtah earache dirt little more water and let it boil : AGAIN RECEIVED BY' i:: :- ; The design'01 the florida Savings Bank to to a&rd to those who Ire desirous of MvbidMir ooey the t

combined. I !,;M' '.' ,. s means elsa ely employing at a food rate of later**,to be I:.odder the direction Wl3-kao*.dtiMM. 1---- 0mw AT ...
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No. "
OHM.AiD.ll jr sorMcUng D We rate aga careful at the last moment 1 AT, HOME, In hoe,securities weiKkaxjwn value /

;:, -, .II l:o'er thy busy bmonft's duller clang. that it does not burn on the bottom. "T H E WO R L D' S FAVO R IT'E." daily BAMK Hoc ptSa. -Th)sad itfula holidays bows,aid fit is tranisalou S rdayf ofbustas ntU: 7'dock ikdlb p.a.frs,.'elock,. m.to. 3.'clo lip. a. Ifs 'ROBfNSON.DAb

." When couked soft, turn into a bowl ,j' ., l. t, rAr rriL-T>epo hi win be catered Is she books cldM corpontlos sad also in a book to be SJYCII J to the depoaIIOr. LDRUGGIST.
i. ( 1011''ab .'. ._ This book,mb vldenc of Its or bee property. Wbea an withdrawn, ** book _. be ar.
moneys
eh-ftb-oww-cw'bay I ay I ay t ttl I cherbang sweeten with loaf and salt to ; brought to the Bank '
,' sugar, to have the entered. Depositor
: paymeu may take out the money th t I suit.the taste. Eat in milk. of absenci or sickness, it will be paid to their order properly witnessed and attotopanied by the book. DeposIts ,
: SEEThE! FOLLOWING will be repaid at any time when called fOr when there la a sufficient amount In the treasury uninvested; otk- Hoef' Etoc&. Bay St.,
.: SvrIDoSoeLx The above remedy has been used r i erwise, at the earliest practicable period, la tt.order 1 which they may be called for. JACKSONVILLE

l Thank A IBM f r,cico, Comforter thou- art for nearly twenty years, and I never E : IMTUKST., -Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(or two cent per day oa f too)wilt te paid I FLORIDA.
When sorrow wejfc SEWING MACHINE ''SALES-'OF annually upon all deposits which shall have remained three months or more 1st the Bank,to M addedIly --- .
*our piritt down like lcae; knew of its failure to. cure in a few 1873,: to the principal of the Depositor. /COiiPOV1sDifi Pnaca'p'noss A ----
Fur nun*need suffer with a breaking hut % Accomm UNCALUD FOB. which S'C1ALrI.I
r1 hours. It'is to -Any account to nothing shall be added and whjA stall hare remained -
I Wh t Ihou art rardy necessary repeat uncalled for for seven shall cease to bear interest.
our to iptfe bis The Table of Sewing Machine yean
& 1II1aead. Sales for
1' Sit* O*more ihe dose. A remedy being! a large t Increase the sales tljB sajw*tIM our sale last year amounted to 133,444 Machine., ACCOUNTS PATAK.E TO HUBS.-If persons die who owft ffloBey ia this Savings Bank the will be .
l strain. 1 kacwr tVffl U be Ut so simple ,over of the previous),ear((1871)). 'The taLle also shows that paid to their legal representatives. money

I .' 111 atk uf ibct.y ted Batch to&Iaa took I so harmless, and so readily accessible BANE,BOOKS.-Although*the officers win endeavor; by aB possible means,-to.prevent frauds,yet aO pay K E.ARNEY'S.
I should be OUR SALES EXCEED ments to persons producing the bank-books shall be valid .
published in THOSE OF.ANY payment to discharge the corporation.
SAW( ; OTHER COMPANY
con spirlto): every paper CHIUWBN' ENDOWMENTS, Parents FLUID
or guardiaa*of minor thjMnn! EXTRAct
deposit for
mar money as trustees the
I. I W ... .,. I oot I oo| oepoop.tuBerlug the land. t benefit*f such minors until they become o(af.Interest ttpoB which may be withdrawn annually or added to c I

.i oGpcuL r -S o. For the,period'IWDccf,by the number of 113,154 Machines or nearly the principal. '
SPecIAL ENDOWMENT ;
I PLAJf.-Dcposits In the Florida Bank
Savings
; amounting 1 during each for
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I' I ( tout throws)himself Acov died Springfield Ohio term of ten years will secure the depositor a cash of the 70 year a BUCHU/
cm tKa MW aad die I) payment $ifoo at end of the term. or proportionately .!
'" from eating too apples which DOUBLE THOSE OF ANY OTHER ,COMPANY. on smaller or larger annual deposits. In case of inability to complete the ten annual payments the depositor
many I can withdraw the
: : The Preservation X amounts already paid in,upon g ving three months' notice together with the accrued interest
1 of War Records gave rise to some trouble in cider. ? : thereon. This plan unlike ordinary life insurance secures the depositor against forfeiture previous The only Inowtt remedy for
be ;
It
) j Senator may Amber stated that the sales of 1871 show a relatively! larger Increase. beyond the file* of other and offers safe and easjTmethod providing a handsome endowment for It e future oparentachildrca.payments friend .

Ii': : j Military Logan, Chairman of the Mrs. Austin of( Alexandria' Va., puny maker_;heRU.ln dun of any 1873.other the year.sales were For instance la 1871 .we'sold- ,45,000 mote., Machines' ,than any,other .com a or certificate the depositor for bell individually. .'Sfff tat deposits jtot to be withdrawn for ten years. will entitle the depositor to, : '
Committee is Af amount tf tack
Jrforitt payable in ten in favor of
considering a L lived in years any person designated. JRIGHPS'"DISEASE
J: : W proposition one neighborhood thjrty-eight Lo IiS.-A1I money received on deposit shall be invested In first mortgages on real and,personal property Im _.. ,
looking
I to the f>reservation years and never borrowed : thii State of at least double the value.or in other ample collateral securities. % ,
; r neiglf- 113,254 IN. EXCESS OF OUR HIGHEST COMPETITOR.Thete RIAL i- : -
J of the ESTATB.-This corporation will lor -i
records of the act as trustees the purchase and sale of real estate or the renting Aad't positive
war
,r printing those by bors flat-irons or a cup of sugar. : '- ; and management of estates and property generally.. : ftmerfy forGOUT

portions which are esftential Susan figures are all the more remarkable' for the reason that the sales" of- the JAMES H. PAINE. SAW SPEARING.
'l B. principal in JONATHAN c.
: Anthony's new lecture i is companies 1873 are GREELEY.
I LESS than their sales in President. I
to a full and 1871; whereas,u has been Vice-President. GRAVEL
.": impartial histor '. shown our sales have LARGELY INCH EASED. ) Treasurer ,
: At the close 'of thef ) entitled, Guilty or Not Guilty ?" account of sales Is from sworn returns made to the owners of the Sewing Machine Patents. It will hardl 1)e 1 DIABETES STRICTURES
denied that the
r Congress superiority of the Singer Machine Is .
I .
DYSPEPSIA
fully demonstrated '
: Which is it Sister all events that their popularly in ._
: Susan -
directed that this work' ? You havethe household Is unquestionable. NERVOUS ,
begin, and HI I' DEBIT.?.
; floor. Did
f ," : that ?
lap
quite a mass of records you occupy
#- were cooled t ir: DROPSY

I :it .. and- sent 10 tic primer., Before 'any ---- -- I STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES : : REAL ESTATE ,

,, ," were put in type for some reason not GENERAL DIRECTORY.ST.TE. NON.RETLVrtON URINE. OR INCONTIJf: nfc

,. 'L" 1 i.' fully understood, all further Companies. Sold in 1873. .Sold in 11720 rom SALK BY TUB OR lRRITATJON.INFLAMATION.
steps THE
:'" were suspended. Twice since Ocmo--M. L. 8TEARXS. THE SINGER ----- __. '3.444 .9.7S8 Increase:__ i ,686 FLORIDA SAVINGS ,BANK
the AND REAL
; : Lieutenant OnnraorfWcretarv Wheeer & Wilson.----__.._ 11'9.180 Decreasc_:_. ESTATE EXCHANGE.
174.088
-I larger part of these records, including C..mtrwll-T-O-4'f*Ule-.8 n. McLLV. Domcslic___.._..__.._....nm 40. 14 Decrease.-.._ ss.i4 I H' BLADDER'AND KIDNEYS
; | COWG1LL 49,554 .
!"' I the Confederate archives, have been Tre ilifr-O. II. FO"TUB. Grover& Baker .______ 86.179 ''DccreL'8- g,4o mile The from"Allen the property,one of the finest resideness in the State,with ao acres of land. on the sheD road one ,

"i f : seriously endangered .by fire, and as Attorney Grniral-iWM. A. COOK. Weed...._...._____.-_- '11760; :s J 4M44 5',010 Decrcaac' -. 20.675Vill 15.83 >arn. &c. House post-office.has 19 rooms Beautiful finished river throughout front boat-bouse.larre in the best grape vlney Double,rd, zoo orange trees,handsome SPERMATORRHOEA,
manner.
--
r .4 ; Adjutant Ovncral.JOIIX VAUNUM. \ .___ _.__ ? than one-half cost, piazxas. Will be sold.at less. ,
none are in fire-proof rooms or build! C.omm'r! of Lands and Immigratlun-D. EAOAN. < ___ '1,247' 26,666' Decrease....._ 5.419 A tract of 58 on of easy terms, to dose an estate. _
.. acres land.one mile northeast of the
I I' T- ings, the risk! of their destiuction Superintendent of Put.llcllllll'1lC'II..n-l.l' OIBBS. Now -.___--_ No returns (Estimated) 145.. Decrease ._. for buildiag lots or market gardens. Price city near the Moncrief Spring shell toad. Welt located Lencorrheea or Whites Disease ,
is <
: ; '. butetngimer% --. H. ALBEROER.E Gold Medal-____....._.___.._ 16.431 18,897 Decrease_ The" Riverside House" Brooklyn ten minutes 17.50 per walk acre.from Gland Stone In aba Bladde'r. 01 die Prost.
the center Colcutus
L '.466 of the
\ery great. Aside from this, the custom : COURT. Wilcox&Gibla..., ___._ __ IS.8SI' Decrease__ Fronting on the river. House contains 18 rooms, in first-class order. Price including city. One acre of ground- dust Deposit and Mucus or Milky Dhschag raveC. ,Brida
,. -nd rules of the '\Var 33,639 17.758 Several houses and lots, well located in the furniture J. 10,000
; 0 Department Chief Jnstlc -E. M. RAN!)'LL. American D.1I.____ 14,18 .18,930 Decrease__ city Jacksonville 9-30-tf
: Un not permit any inspection of these I AMjCinte' uotiCCti-J. D. U EST OTT, B & HoweRemington_._..__.. .748 ,
13,919 ._
I U.fl.VAN VAW\ i i. 14,907 Decrease- 988
,' : { records for other than official ',Cerk-LYMAX: D. 1XJSTKK. BERO. Empire..._ _____ 9.183 f 4.982 1ncRaM___ KEARNEY'SEXTRACT
purposes. Florence_.__._._ : 4.:101 TO .
? : 'ri Several CIRCUIT COUKT. .__._ 8,6. 15,793 Decreasc__. 6,833 SACRIFICED. I
persons desirjus of pre. Davis_____..._.___ .
j' lit
:'rll':, Judicial Circuit-W.V.;VAV NESS Pen aeo14. ---- 8,861 11.376 DCTai4._ I
paring
a cf .513
hisory ..
certain campaigns 2d.' P.\V.'WHJTE.Qu'nry. 'VIctor- ._ .
: -- 7.446 BUCHU
: Decnase _
.. t j or battles, have found it impossible to ad"m BRYPON Lire Oak. mees_..__________.__ 3,451 n.901 4.555 ,-" .
_
Decrease
tlh" 6,053
: .' 1 btain access to the proper official ville.S R. D.ARCHIBALD, Jackson i Sccor.__._____..___ _, 3,430 311 IDCTCISC.----. 3.nS'.995 rent.ncItjcuscsau: Diseases of the

; ;' documents. h Julicial! Clrcult-J. H. COS" Ooala. A-tna.J.: E. Bramesdorf-. .. DRY GOODS !I' '
1 -- 3,081 ..__ DRY
"I. .: i: difficulty does not CitI"! ,' .. J. T.l AOBEH.Tlmpa. 4..6. Decrr.ase .; 1.181. GOODSDRY! GOODS !.11 BLADDER. KIDlEYS.D
: ark from ant desire 7th DROPS
J.
on the nart of. W. PRICE Enterprise. ,CAL
-- SWELLINGS.

.' *,"l the autnonties to conceaL them I but DUVAL- : OUR' NEW' FAMILY 'MACHINE ..,, ., CLOTHING. 1 -i;' CLOTHING- I t! CLOTHING. I !iI"I.
COUNTY. :
Mjch
:
Existing
In
history is distributed c men,
women and
; through reports 'oulot.1ud| -W. A. McLEAX. children

l (oflectionsoftclegrains, orders, Clerk Court-OSCAR IL ART. Embodla'New and Essential P.ioeiPtcs-SiJpliciIY Construction: Ease of Operation of
; Uniformity Precise
-
NO
: &c., belonging to papers( the office Plate Sheriff Sohdtnr-T-JOSEPH A.;DUnKEl MCDONNELL.. I ? Action at any Speed LEAVIXGj.LLRIVALSDJHINJ1IT.; Capacity or Range and Variety of Work, Fine or Coarse.-. : : During the next MATTER WHAT THE AGE!

., : and of many headquarters and such County SoUcitor-CIIAS: IL SUilllEES. '.' ". ; ..

; : \. a search as woulitbe required, cannot Tre..for urM--J.-J. C.W.QRKKLKY.8WAIM.Ane .P a=5=== t- ;:: .; : :: : : .. Extract Prof'Steil Buchu aJl IS' : .0. I1 Kear.-7'r Flaid'worth '

well be made for individuals. Aide CollectorPETl'Ii JUNES. \ 'k ,f, ,*, ", XXX DAYS'r combined more. than ill other Ba

; Sup lintoudrnt cr'" .-. F. M AWBKT. TEST HE SINGER BEFORE .
from OTHER.
the question of the Auctioneer*-J, L. PURCHASING ANY Price One '
'$ preservation Buroh. J. C, Hemming, V.A. Dollars. Dar per Botikor Sle Bottles Lot The
J'Jn of the records it is Dzlaiyn.kL 'f'; : : I wiH'oifcr: for sale stock of i ,
regarded as I Goods
just my, Clothing
: Aotary Publics-John O.Ham'rl. F. B. Knapp T. TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT.; Dry &c., &c., at
_that all who R. Kclls O. -,- .
served in and all who P. Cooper Chn*. M. Bummers W. O. POZO. DUANE ST.
.
'. 1 supported the J ffrfjs, Edwin IIIins, Wm. M. Ledvith, E.3l. .. ,, NEW yORK.
war should have its Jherey TD MS U.Maze *,J. W. LOWER FIGURES
) Swaim, Granger, a THAN EVER A
---- : ill
''0'' \ real inside hUtory made known. At J 01. H. J'urkl't, C. Cudnngton W. L.C.*n, J. W. \ and Pican aacD I acl c _
Whitney.
: "' :; this late day, it isheld that no one could County CommlFriom-r*-Mllra Price E. Fortune: The In order to close lyeavice g.

: be injured by such II. U. llorg,T. t) Ei-lls, K. Jones. Singer Manufacturing'Co. out stock ,on hand. I SUD SAP VOR '
publication P".PL.nu.
.1 t except Justices of the I'ca-e-TV. W. Sampson, W. A. I J. D.
; such ,as des' c tube while Sammerall!.O Tovnend.. O. BUCKY,
countless Henry Tison. Jam** No. 172 Great
\ BROUGHTOX Southern -
,,' : ,zinju&Mng; done M. l.on. 3l. I'. Chf.jrp.ll.' A. U. Philip W. L. ST., SAVANNAH- GA. Bazar. Bay',street, Jacksonville. \
would -be rectified. Ooan, A. '
:: Buesltig Wm. GtTtlon, J. F. Rollins, J.: 9'C. "
i 'I A l large part of this inside history isr W. Menard. A. VOSBURGH, .ilfana!er. ; :,TO "-'.1 E -
'
:. Purveyor Ch4 P:Emith. GEORGE
: : W. FRAZIER :
: *l *, VT '. contained in the,telegrams now cot. Inspectors of Lumber-It. U. Mood,.B..W.Cont. Agent, SAVE MONEY SAVE'TIlIIEI 'TAKE
: ; lected and LPrc-.Jr. 8-i6tf JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. COMFORTlPORT NERVOUS AND DEBILITATEDOF
arranged in the War ., ,
Departmentl
r Conntablf-s-O. II. Mtys I 8. WLsott. 1. Smith J. -- -'-. .
; _
: "" .. ,
J. /H. --.- -
: TI1 Forbes James : u -
: Lane -
se, w tb.l.he Executive Brown. ",. 7 ESTABLISHED IN 1868. ,EOTI1
I II ; orders and SEXE.NO
telegrams, 'and the
: correspondence .
t : CITY OF IACK8ONVILLE. -' '

.. ,"' ,I r; books of the recorded headquarters in and the the I letter-.reports AMennen-B.JIyor-PETER A.JOXE8.TUEIIA UT. 'E. W.' TEXXr.. A. J. A; : K. PERCIVAL;, :: ROYAL, R. R. CHARGE FOR ADVICE- AND CONSV1TATION. -

-
; ; RUSELLWWItTDOUGtt.VMJf.BOST* -
of ,
I general officers, indicate the WI<.K, L. I '
:, character and the records which BENTLEY.H.F'fHlIINO.IACOBcUUFF R. UU DAnD. A.. J. : (--l .' SUCCESSOR: TO J. H. CROWELL. fD/College/*. ],. ? Da. graduate of J flerso. Medica
t are \ ,' suthor of
Mfcr Ual-K lOltlUXE.' ,i)" Phelp/ several valuable.orW.
-
.' embraced. in.Senator. Login plan. (It'rk-W It JHflHTY.. -- -'-' r, JIt i... :, e.b cure pa diseuts of'the Sexual ar t'nnary -

The confederate TroMurer-CHA FJUUKSBKKO. '"' .' ,. cither'ID. he has mode an especial >tu records'were care. : "" NOTICE TO or female,
TRAVELLERS.
manuhat
I I .}\ fully arranged" and i indexed' .by the Colk-o.or-t AMeor--C.UlLIP B. SlMMOXfl WALTKR. .* :| 1/ .. ,.,.. iginating or of how long D standing. ,A practic cuaew o* J*
fears enables
i late Clerk' of Marke.-WU.OAUVIX. ft ,i.ku i .;:. hiD to treat disease*wit luces. tore
I *'.. Dr. Ltcbcr, and 'the printing, if r Ci'j Pliy. ci n-C: DREW, Jr. 'Jt, : ,: : 4 \ cnlee. Ca'e reasonable. .at a distance
.
: ff tt" !. ''
.'a ordered, will; in thee rl'iDc1udetl eSc > .' stamp to pay lte postage s,mptom and enjuiuif'


:,*; :';: :--;,:. also.begin the The work appropriation'illbe moderate.needed to Eliot.Fec.H.'Ixxle Koopmaa X.MASOXIC.Polomoa .JO-Treu.M..Bowck. Ut-c W.ilar JI.mt.; Ch' nge_ ". '.:;I .r".' ": II '.I'. J 'I-.'"iI ..' ;,, ,Passengers make Close Connection Send for the CuUtt I IIz:4. Priw loe.


It ', Im and 2d_W dii .dsvs of eich month. \ -
a .,
,.... .. B. ,
': JJuval L.004e Ho. 1-K WSffaie .' :- : HNo11UNG W.ii.; B. II. Ttte f ,
-
> .
bXTRAORDlNARY.Col.' Wel : : ,". -
I lItl."f. SJec.; D. Jones, T.Je l r,. Regular meetings -, "u. -, : *'
t: ri i. Stuart, of the Britisb'army, in'abook; lilt and 3d Joe oP".jnof each month. ,. .1: ". n ':' ;;" .. -Pr and Surgeon 104 Duane Si,N.1.
: Jocksonville Chapter No.11H. A.If-J.8 Drlqo :SAVANNAH '& CHARLESTON
entitled -"Reminiscences of a Sol M Eo 11.P.; Y.Bo..See; D JoneaOuard.ula .- Ro.g- DEALER IN -;. .iBQQ'I'S I.' '.I .. ,; 1 ". *
I I ,dier" this mt1'linCllalt tridxy of each month. .; ., ": COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS
IT"
: tells anecdote "When Damascus Commartf! Xo l- J.i ti.; Drlges, E :, :;;:;'d ,::. AND .
.Ft 1 a subaltern .a$ Gibraltar, he was one C.; I). C. Dawklns Reo rder. Krfulsr meetings 1st < -
l '
and Jd Tue .'a of ell l month. SHOES
LEATHER LL1
day on with C
guard another officer MET
.
8TITE .
-t i who OFFICER. PORT ROYAL CASEb
RAILROAD
; unfortunately fell down a"precip. Grand Master-.. J Rn Aell.'JarksonTlIle. '1 ; BUI} ,

ice jjpur hundred feet high and Or.nd Ivputy It aster D 0.'Wilson.Tallahassee. AND .
: was Sr. Grand Warden-E. P. Jordan. Fernandina.' FINDINGS # WOOD
.' ,; t'g killed. Now; my non-Military readers Jr.Orand Wardrn-E. Wasxate,Ja<'k-onvU'e.! For AugustaAtlanta, Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville Louisville Cincin! COFFINS ,

; >hoiild' understand that in the Grand Tr atun'r-D. L Oakley. !intlcello. mitt, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points North, South, East and West.
Orand WILL
I t Hecrrtary-D. 0 Dawkios, ckonville. KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ,
-.' ; guard: ; reports there i ie a small adden- Unuid Chaf.Uln-Rer.Jobn P.nn)'. .
I : Grand Tyl"'r-David Jones.Jacksonville. -
I dun '
.\ : Ni'-B.; 'Nothing'eJtr lordi. .
PlbTBICT PEPUl GRAND MASTERS. A LARGE AND WET.L'SEI..ECTED STOCK TRAIN: LEAVES
.
DAILY
": nary nice guard mounting,' the meaning -i Ut District B. 0.Alderman.Uananwu AT 9.30 A. M. .

t ', :' 7f of which is that in case 21 -- >." Cliattahoncliee .ESPECIALLY .ADAPTED' CliY'NQ COUNTRY -
anything RETAIL
; : '
!-I' at H. B. ,
; Tuylor Lire Oak. ; ., '
: PASSENGERS
; particular should occur, the officer 4ili M J. 8. Dr i...lacks->uv.!>. TRADE, HOLDING 'TICKETS BY OTHER LINES CAN GET THEM

.., '." commanding tHe' guard is bound 6tb" W. IL Long.Ooala. EXCHANGED (thereby avoiding delay ia Savannah AT OK ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES.
'I to Mb". Z. II. iUfon. Or nxe Spring. And by strict, attention to business and the wants of the public will endeavor to merit a share of their ) .. .
; .
mention patioaage.
it. '
Our 7Lh
friend, however, Frank limneh, Tsmpa. ,, ., LADIES'AND ROBES.
'
I,, ".i ,i.f" Mid nothing about the accident that STATEOFF.CEiOFORAXDCIUPTERIi.A.lI.. GOODS, SENT BY MAIL AND. EXPRESS S BREN'S TICKET' OFFICE EMBALMING DONE WhE GENLME'REQURED.

occurred to his brother Orand Iltxh Pii *t-M/Bowes.Jaek-cnville. ;. ALSO,
I officer, and Deputy Grand high I'net-.d. lJrin',J.rkson- To all parts cube State.; : :. : : ,MARBLE
: .
,: ., l' some hours after the brigade major O-und\ille.King' -B. 0 Aldrrmtn. If riiinna." "AT THE OLD STAND COR. BY and OCEAN STS.. JACKSONVILLE.. .: \ 8-jtf I ';" "" .' ''.e ,... '21 BULL STREET, SAVANNAH. GA. .? SLATE N MRLIZED

: tame to his ; ; .
quarters, on the part ofthe Orand bcnbe-D. C. Wilson TaJlahaee. : : '. f
)
: ,
"
Oratd f : SLATE
TreMorer
W. H. : HEARTHS
officer with A Youtuj. Jacksonrille.ODD J. NORTON ;,
commanding the .
re* S H. KOOKER.
,
-I,\I 'port in his hand to demand an explanation. FELLOWS. Attorney' aI! Law and Notary PublicNORTON : STRICTLY RELIABLE INFORMATION- FURNISHED. MANUFACTURED, TO ORE'
'
.:, The F'onda Lodge Xo. 1-Wra.II. Cook. X.OS.. V.H i '. :: AND .FOR.SALE
,
., brigade major, addressing Tuck K. S. Regular Dlltl.lng.'try Tu-sday & ,KOOKER.. : : "
:
'.' him DtibL DAILY PAPERS '
said-'You say, sir, in your re- TEMfEHAXCE S CALVIN OAK,
EOCIETIfcS. DBAUKSIN -

J' j>ort, "N. B. Nothing extraordinary Dun l Division No. I'-It Jenry Kane, S, P: Oeo. -'I :; From the following cities'on file every day; ,FREE TO EVERYBODY- I Forth"11 Sh, ;be Laura, J and Hogans Flortda.TVf <
Boston .yeJ .
: :: since guard mpunted when W. }Frazier R. !. Regular tntxtirrs tT-ry Thuriday REAL ESTATE-: 'i". ." ; New.York Philadelphia : ,
:i brother yonr tiiyht lit U o4 Tcn.j.lm'I 1111. H officer on duty with has Jacksinri.l Lodu of OondTempUn ; ,. St. Loais Cincinnati and '
you, | No. 1-B.F. :( ,, many,others. E.TAL.LIC:
V : f. Ijcn. down" pridpkefour 'hundred Ward. W. C. T.; :. A. Bcuiug. W. It. R Mi e r- OF ALL, ;KINDS :
try WeJDed 'n In Hoe.1 '
r ntt HalL'lU fluoo."fntwu Quick'Tfrpf and Surf' ,
Connections-via
Jv'I high a d-lJe & iiicu. 'Well 1..llljfeA'n. i.1 ir.u.T..(IJiisl J"..o'lll l.) Port Royal Railroad. .URIA L C4-SES
-B. U. Wibotrr W. C T.; C. M. Jooea. W.R.S. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, representing the; : : ,J
9 -. $ t.ir,1 rcp1el3-! '1."inna :think Meet v rv<'Bins; at Oro,. Ha 11..1' the ahell 5' panies following. cora5 WOOD
: COFFINS
Ibitcti auyihnigextraordinary" i in it road'b.ldi". .1.' 1' t. '" .; .' \ 7'S..
I : FIBS DEPARTMENT FRANKLIN.. OP PHILADELPHIA \ With A. O. HUSSEY, -, '
:I ava ; if he'd faun: down. a. precipice Chi.'Eot"neerJ.mM( U..Jl .. ,, CONTINENTAL OF.NEW YORK P _combined. asset' of over :- : : .. ,.: ,-,.. JNO.,' W. HOWELL.

four hundred 1st ,
feet high and been A..s1.I.n&-J'o..h Ujtrzrct. .'
no Steam )MANHATTAN OF NEW Y RK: : .
killed. Id Ei.gineifei.tiatd *-Thoe.J.Mott, For. ( 87, :
ha'c '
thought it very cxtrordi. BJaD. ., PENN. OF PHILADELPHIA. J > WUUUU, HussEvfloWELL; .
indeed and jElna rtteam Fir Enpin*-'William IUy., .. -
- nary wad ha'e put it down Alert Sinai ? .. 1-C. C. VaiidenriO,, ; Foreman.Foreman.. .. '". .

_ S fn'my. report:-Exchange. Fhoenic Hone No.S-A. J. Kus-e I.Forenui. '. LOANING' MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND CONVEYANCING A WHOLESALE" : AND. RETAIL" DEALERS IN : ,, AND

a _.- AnuHicu Foreman.nook and Ladder .-T. A. Wilson, SPECIALTY. CASKETS.ROSS'

:*A >BiT OF SCIENCE.-A curious BANKS.Prrdmau' : \V* give bel lnnr 9 few rtri. 'BG.OTS.SH !
choice places fsir ctio hw .
many ,U ., : ; MARBLE-FRONT BLOCK NA1L'1
instance favlny'i, Bank. -- --' -" OES.I '
apparently of molecular eornfr of line and OPPOSITE OLD STAND.
ITk Forth. streets J. W.8lm Cashier.' No.; T}, Two-story house on Ashley street, near St. No! 105. Dunlawton .
Plantation .
:'bn : '
change in metallic tin is reported from D. O. Ambler'Banking house.Bay street,,'T. U. James Hotel pleasantly situated." os'o of the best sejren miles north of Mosquito inlet,at Halifax Port river, LEATHER &, I Bay: stt. Jacksonville, FU.C .
Rotterdam M. M ust. Cashier.K. neighborhoods ia the dry; house Is new,with six rooms, tioo acres, Orange .. .
1,150 acres
by Oudemens. rich hammock ,
_ _ _ A comutertial W.Denny, Banking Qon**. Bay,street,.eoraer I plenty of closets, and good servant's room; lot 3 i M* from river: 50 acre' high,shell land hying one mile H O.LIVINGSTO.FOR .
; ,
house in that city shipped last ofOoean, 105 feet, good fence, good sidewalk and the street the river bank having front of about IIIIDcdlatcly on r .

winter by rail, quantity of tin in Oiand.Nation. i. UOT, ... 4 i' ; trees shelled: flowers grapeslo and bearing shade trees a Soc growing 1 lot of thriftily young orange: good : with finished large house twCHtory..1iame house, it one rooms fourth, needy wile, A complete. assortment :of-New York and Philadelphia '. '

the form ,of,] Lloc! l.. On arriving at OinUy. .Proprietor.* Day, street, near Julia Oeo. lie* well nowering,with vmesT pump.on Will back be sold porch cheap.which'is..,covered, with,. and ia' surrounded; commands vita.Urge view of bearing the river;,orange and ocean tree, Goods,'always on hand. : '. ST.. AUGUSTINE..

-foscow the Metropolitan Xevnan ,vtreet near B. 1. B. some 75 10 100 in number: good weU,and '
____ place destination, the Togiii Proprietor. y N. B. To capitalist*'""desiring big thing. there that holds too gallons la,yard: thoroughly a ditched cistern I.Sole .agents Jacksonville for Samuel Dunbar &. SCHOONER'
metal was found to, be a powdeof (Joe n lloose. Ocean street, aear By, Mr*. C. LioBll II a fine opening Springfield; a few thousand( dollars and drained; canal from sugar-house running to the Misses Co/s TIlE
inlf\OD. Proprietrr. will go a great way just now. For particular enquire river fOr transportation of crop; immense quantities cl ; and, Ghililren's.Fine, Shoes.' '
toarse. '
crystalline grains- The Attempt Fjori.ia Home, ooruer Forsyth "IIC Cedar streets'' of Norton& Kooker,corner Ocean.aad Bay streets. wild orange axes on the place the soil is slmUai to the .
10 tntlt it into ", .E Stoh"l, t.r. No. A HANMOMI best sugar lands -of Cuba which .Goods.sent by mail to Magnolia
homogenous form again 74. RESIOKNC* FOB SAL*.-Six limestone Is to h is fully equal; express. all parts of the State. ,
l Urge rooms and kitchen double.bay window on the abundant.This place is really one of tie '. .. .
failedperhaps' ":
on'account of uoskill- }FEDEBAL OFFICXB4.CoUrctor west,large double parlors double piazza on the south choicest places in Florida and was known as such be- Say Street Lifilil VltL VRtt male regular trfpj

ful treatment. At least so much of Ou tom J. n.SCOTT. command.ng one.of,tha finest views in Jacksonville: foeihwar. { ,near .Laura. tacksovittet Flo.OL k DetweeaJacksoavUkrft
may Deputy Colkvtor window filled with four lights of 4-inch glass and bung N. B. ''Do: C. .
lie inferred from 'the'statement) that -0. W. BLKW. with fiords and you want a snug winter borne, with .
Inspector fL'Iuttoat-E. IUQOISS. weight on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees aitd 5oe9 .1 In florid. Yon ; KEENE : IVKRY.SALE freight; at low rat"-
with blinds can AND FEED *
floor all get a '
the operation resulted in Pontmaster B. ADAMS. : casing are inUhed with mould I a beautiful lot, : L STABLES
the forma r ing l and oiled sod varnished, making beautiful finish 70x156 feet,la Springfield, high and } for freight:o*paap
Otfllector healthful
4 tion1 of large qdkrititie* oftin; oide, S unryor-Oeneral--J.W.of Intrna5 Kevenoe OILBIRT-A.A.1KNI0Rl. ceilings high walls hard-finished,open stairs, double; on which,to and make within It tea for minute For walk ol the&- :, BAT, STXUT.,'jAOttoimux. FtaawA. apply Jto, WlJ.LSON &WH1TLOCJC.
particular ,
aj. 'I : .
which could V. 8.Osttger -TU03. McMUKUAY. glass,front doon.-mortice lock on every door in house; of Norton &_Kooker.' -* enquire } ,.' JacksonviBeFU..,
scarcely have la .
occurred if china closet store-room plenty cdothcs.presusbatb- Dealer Miffinery, Fancy aad,Dress Goods of *Jt .
the melting,had l been so conducted U8.. CIRCUIT COURF room{ hip rod.with cupola,from which a charming .Ne.izq. A tract of 8S acres: 60acres cleared ham- I kind*.' Keep constantly on hand.tha latest styles .oTa JAMES. coss:
as '
h4g.-Z'IIIUPPItISER. view Is to be had of the city the river and surrounding .ockla: fine fronton St.John's river .cI s-&I Sa.Angititle 11$.'
to prevent the access of air from theinolitfn'rric'tj'L Attorney, B.C. DREW. courtryt three lots,making >S7X*9 feet: good well; uf lacksonvl U. 'Thi Is OM of the most:desirable two miles river west HATS,-AND' TRIMMINGS." :* .- : ..;._:...-.. .-r.--. :'.-.. .: : .-
_ Xai hal shade .
8.CO fronts
The' !AKT. young trees started half a mile from post-office. In the vidnlry of Jacksonville. Will ,.. ,7" t
be
original powder "''erk-J. B.TOWN8E" D. 1 f For sale at a bargain. desired. divided' Percale.shirts,M,alee,at Bucky*.

_-__ _____ had the1 color of molytdfc ,sulphide. U.H.t.fi *rlaB.nkrupUT-F.FBA8ER. ; "I No.96.: A'Urge two 'ttouse- jrlth"ten*Urge ,No. 146. Sit A1.o.Draa.Goodef. BMisaoitmeataf -. ./ ,', ;. V .
Chemical' rooms{,thoroughly ldltaad finished In first-rate acre on Arlington river,adjoining the L ANI
analysis hot d that the with twtlve feet style Florida HeJ containing the old vineyard. For sal ,'". KID CLOVES : OF .PHACTICE ?
T ceilings; one acre of ground covered .a harp. '- *'- RULES
metal' was almost: perfectly pure con. S ALE with fruit trees and flowers r pleasantly located within . .. ,
iI ; The BLOUNTSCODXTa
beat
FOR I five midute walk of the raiiroad .Price No. MmorouTAN Very CHEAPS: : also,tfiJl assortment of > .: f and most stylish livery team ia the city .
tiin; only about o,3 percent of for $ down,balance depot. |to/no; 147. ( HOTCL.-Thl. hotel I II I'. ,' can lie found at the Stable of Undersigned the ruwnuAit office TaBahassee hs Jt,
__ ,A lioMeaad 4,500 on long time if desired.No. centrally located built of the best French brick and Is .Er. "t' 1 c ,, _.' Florida Home near at
'rig ingredients (lead *no' fron' It Lot,beautUuUy located In he City .M.: Icres U a first-das bouse ia For .: .. WLTEGQO! DS. ,corner of Cedar and Forsyta Streets. p small edldoa ot the Rdel oM'radItc
p Orange every .
} ) UcJoa lc.foo coontyt one,milt from term*apply to Norton ft Kooker respect. prices and / .. Hone. boarded. and, well cared for oa reasonable bJ 11M SlIJI'CIIIe .witb Ibucul' J'n.IIC
i 11.jmpl' >osei: .that the transformationIntense'cold I o Jacksonville: Th house Urge,well finished, aad .Price"S per acre. t ;-i < '. icEroR.cC3NANDiiAysTM :> Have just received* fine lot of." terms. \ Code bl .and the Iu1f eutef

I- "'3SJ\lUL.O..rUt JD{ ;' I fitted up.with.madera, J i r..n._-. .._ __',.I'_,______f I.___'.1, 1.11..' ., I.' .' _. ..' H n. : -.I,1) '" '10'r, ..I'SIIQIII.&w, hauling purpose alwsy*oa hand.j Blouafs Cod* (act ol&J now fat .ba'aIl"V*""
Improvement. 'W.H AVnV. phletform.Th .
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either ;; (7. ; tfHEADQUARTERS .
ttt p'jsibly lq t'aulJe'alone." : I J : li tM"
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