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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 10, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
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System ID: UF00079941:00025
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THE NEW SOUTH loiilon of..tie'tpeU) | ,, b ) ittf :t d 6wcd;Jts aflgln 'r L bribe.tliffln fridit i U.VIt' --S' :... .. r .. .-r'- ,' ": _, : 1 1' II 1.1 ;1... .' -455','._ : .."4 !.. ".'M... A' I.. S
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golden apples :
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ANtf pomegranate; h8 nulbef ,. I. i OROCERIE5'ANDPROVIt2ON34. : H. 'I .1.0
PUBLISHED EVLJ.JffNESDAY and give more brilliancy to their pictures pf ; I 1: !i .: . . ./ -.1" ',, RALROAS AND ITLAZU.. ,'
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by thought this "
TERMS OF SUBSCRlPTtdktm metals Neither could the precious of proceeded from' -culture' >''alone We I Association 't k nothing1: ,fr6m''ihe i ; PHYSICIAN AND 'SURGEON; J,;PHN .CLARK, .: '::'f ExamlnaBuckiJACKSONVILLE...ol,;". .:

.ub.cribcft. $3.50 intflh.Ii"c story have already provetfthat. :
per
5 .-'dkL\.maO : was utterly respect whIch I we natu4ttyfeei ,' .
or.ore copies.'3fJi ach: and an eMt& cop these golden apples be despoiled-by without, foundation' In! our first for, the .Office north aide of Bay Street la Dr. Robinson's FORWMPING'aan ,. ;
ta seat to cvery duo ut&ell recdnd at oc time. time, pC all .these circumstances great. Especially;'"e, notice,that m new bMLMDfIttZtt30Ck eaM Nadooal HoteL 'IlIed J J MOBILE R TACI-AN;
accessory of this book. _
W fL'I'. aB eutacriben, |r per u r.Te" The part, These same principles proviso which Sternly- excludes from .S5 1 : "' .' !L.OAD C
.CS $1." ecb T'b7 COpI1. (.R.6o I Fifty cope Hesperides wearejold have been .also applied to the membership ". & BASNETT, . a I Da sad after SUNDAY. 1174. train 1
fr1ji.40e.ck. ____ were situated upon) the, western coast lemon,;w hlch.isJikewise any person who has:ex- CAL COMMISSION: WE"RC1IAKTIN W1russklIows: ,
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KA TtSsnWMKtT attributed to hibited himself m oney.f' No f let '.. .!:: 1 .
A D V *TISlIfG of Africa.. They were S :
perhaps upon n the culture ': : PASSENGER TRAINS WEST S
or' DAILY"FOR
,f i oo per Inch or lest,first Insertion: the maritime coast of Cape Verde, or havc extraordinary grafts Catness"be'its" cceding.great reward LAW, \: . : AIID DULaII ', ,. 1'1. SAVANNAH ANDTALLAHASSEE.3. ( "* -- 5
shown
lid IUblcquent eftlon. so ceots.W already that this was not I Drunkards, J too, are off O nc -In Reed's.BuUdiag.np stain :IlOCEIUE. PROVISIONS. GRAIN. "
in cut' .
those islands call a' .
ctT. ,t..? per ladi or., fir. InwtloB\ each: I we the Canaries,' true. J.have now to' that it ; L.dlbY t: tt W aad *:a> p in
lIIboequcnt In. roon, '5 cents.StUt and which the ancicnta called the For. prove was but then drunkenness with suchpw ->_ IAOCSONV1LLC ,, .. : HAY. SEGARS.. Ac. ', .. Ba-'o". :ss-
known fla .f
never ,
to the 'Ila.
; ancients either ., ::,
tfftieti to cents per line. 5 of absorption See msalm; Arrive Live Tt ,
sti S. at a4 ,
tunate-Isles. Now in that ., .
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country, under its : ,Sole Agents for darw OI = ,> '
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T..llls: CASH lit ADVAHCE.ADAMS generic name of mala medicaor impossible. Neither BUESING, Leave Madisoa : _.. 6e a.
certainly visited by Anhon'a'nd i : can cripples 'A f d.j S. I. Montice11.. _
\ddreu ,CARRUTI & CO.. per under 'an). other' denomination. 'ftriD1 1 Paint and .. r .' .
come insince: __ ,
of Tallahassee _
acksonvjI1c. I : cripple 306 pounds Respectfully calls the ', ; .1
other' .
& haps by \'o'agers after him, theorange.Is The apples of Persia attention of the tilben sad mer- : 'i" J.S S M
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mentioned by l must be> scandal of) chants to t .'B\1TIfUL SOAP : QD----- in
a' be .. White's Patent aI'
immobility. nanutact Drawer Arrive *
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Mo.9
npt'ohly indigenous, but Theophrastus and.Plioyhave 'alt the The- 11 'is the best: Waabmg.B"*** sad Toilet Soap ., > : .j. nun -

TREATISE ON THE' CITRUS. it isfo und only where it ias been,carried .qualities the true citron ,but'noneof forth'object"to t be "of.th.AZ'iudon:.the i .is'set a made nd9oban., .This _Soap. "* 1 U.put up' S la boxe* contain** to rer On. Agent..lorSTMMU ,''S,J. j PASSENGER XALLAHAS&EK TRAINS) "EAST (DAILY FROM >
e'njojr'rfcnt'.bf.Kthe LJUI .BAXER. U
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by Europeans. $ow Jf 'the description the lemon. Both Orders' should addressed. to r-AND FORSAVANNA *
physiciansandnaturalisthey ,
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05. p.
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good;!things'ojf( lIfe.undertbe.; iAJ BUESING.Boa ;' ANVIL .
anide .h.CUnui an from Blurry 12. 't "; :
flowing copied I should examined which ; f UVOLVSIA.IZT
The t6t .
asweuas! Patladius .S ( ,_ ._ '. .-_-__ <:aoaa.. .
.Oat"
of kJruci.1
H-- f etewk&AsP KWtt S nj UJID.of New !.estlalnt: temperinici*wioderation ) 'o ,
Ore :
: Annon.. maIc. i in. .his, of ; .. ; o
Periplo the, "A .
'Fjorentiiius
Ufielrd hich joymal they wer translated from Constantinar.G: and gobdr-compdny.r'. S .: .. ,": : _' : ",
tbc Ficach of 001 CAU-asao. We comment tbcCHAPTER. coasts he:visited, and that of SciIIaceof lienusj,Dibscorides l would have VerywelUltc \ Pr.r7.zkIG.. LaM1pG c ; ."J. DAJtItL J. : Van Brunt& Bro'a. LUU Pickets "' S...M )01., _. _'. :;4: ;
J WM Intrimicalljr valuable and speclaUfadaptcdto I the : p- n't be better !l' If :gooU things : .5 .. .' Ir, ) I Safliaj; fa--: S -. ; -

Southern peed 9 gardens 'Hesperides", there preciated; ,and), ;noted, .the difference ace not created ,to be"'enidyed will ,FLEMING & pANIEt,' FROM NEW YORE '- ;'' l I.J'4' .I'. UY O : aDd TJ" =
IV.HISTOBVOFTHE will be found in'neither mention '.
I any between these two fruits. This is not J WeCr.saJauIS.

CITRUS.ARTtCLI of this tree-: though. Scillace, carefully-_.._ onlynegative:: but positive proof that rome philosopher lantern-jawed tell us ,what and raw-boned ATTORNEYS AT-LAW.. ,:wa6.ig, a Bay Street.Jacluo JTorida., .:.. Arrive. ) JacksonvUl<...-...ro..sa.a-,1f.in.' ..
:
.. describes all that they were ,
he' found there. '
that they did ,not.know the, lemon. created for? Far be I it'from 'However Ornci:feed's'Block I : TRAINS' ,o'STr '1.? ;;,:; .
SeKsicfces OB the Citrus Tree-Indigenous la Media Would not these have found us, ,comer Ocean ADd Bay Streets TJAIRB.ANKS : 1

NawralYed!of these In Palestine different lra in IU1TUOfl.Greece and In Italy all that their predecessors voyagers did ? I The natural hi to y'of Pliny speaksof to speak disrespectfully .ofthe )3417: ]acbOltyWQ'.,. : u .,! : '-.- f (Toet ji.TliundaT-.-, : *and SatunUyt.. s-,j* .',', '.i"*. .. '

Epocht the two plants,, which,seem to Leanas such I They have their advantages S : iwjii .. Lea"e Taflce. in t
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have observed give -
the : 4 -a
silence in
of this same the '
The culture tree retrograded tO'this OB Arriva at St Marks ,._: .__ .''* .*'
proof conjecture: one is the citrus especially in the INS'IVE: S N -11S
doubtless in the part of Italy. where earliest voyagers, n der Prince Henry dog-ilays, .D < GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS LweSt.Math--5-| ____. ta
the climate did not'allow of its being of Portugal, who discovered all'this 'off Africa, and the .oth r' is' the when the thick and stout are'crying t S f Arrfrc M TaUihnuc*.. O a:. ,:
Thyam But the first rJresentr!no other "O 'that this too too solid : BAY
; flesh GUN STREET JACKSONVILLEJFLA.
I AND S JlOBETWAUE
have LOCKSMITHS
The invasions of the coast. glanced carefully over : .
naturalized.
; *
: point reseblance would ,, S *
in its melt !I" Did the Ref.D G S'
except nature not "
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mighty
the S -
barbarians, who effaced in their marchall : : relations of Alvise; of Cadamosto,. which offers #L.AGE.A' p : .
a singular with the Caesar S. -
identity complement
: .
_
even their Intellectual -
traces of !luxury, destroying the the history of Barros, the voyage of ALSO, ELECTRO-PLATING AND'GILDING., Always keep on hand > : 11.1IlAV S '- .
citron and the Bucfcy glt haota aaia ,
second >
whose
; when 4- .9
.
name powers he said .
gplendid residences of the wealthy Vasco de Gama, and mtny'othe'rs: is so different. from both:.the citron think (" too much ?", Their: clothes they ,9-5 At the sign of the Bid.LOCK. '.CORN, OATS' ,'BRAN,GROUNL, ; .,:., ," .' .. ._r.-o..M.
FEED PEAS CHICKEN
and I have FEED.
found ,
doubtless never: single .
Romans, destroyed with a pas and \ JA'' 1I .
thelemon offers i only equivocal cost less while:. they are l Imnir.t and S LJVKU G..a .C.A :
rtRK. BAC9N, !
them this plant, wherever it needed dJe, which might apply to the orange characteristics- which- their Iastwooden 0' --- SHOULDERS ".: ., <". ." ,.,.
though startling suit less'when'.theyre MISCELLANEOUS. ,. ; ,
this side.of the nOM .t
of Good
and to it but Cape Hope. : I r .
care expense preserve ; at a first careless glance when dead. Their' HAMS, S
it should have continued to flourish in Nevertheless these travelers have not examined closely genial wit, whethey' FISH, FLOUR. ; ,. FRADINA TO'aA1' "E._' _.::-

the islands of the Archipelago, in forgotten to speak Xf those that.they having nothing in common* possess. it, is more admired because .RIGHARD MCLAUGHLIN, I HOMINY,MEAL,RICE*, !. -GOInG '. 1
wlththelemon. cona
;in ; Pliny; who is !the it'is unexpected ; and,, ,if they HECKER'S FLOUR, :'' S u -'
FARINA:
.
Sardinia and in saw Ethiopia, or of Prester ;
Sicily, m a great part country REAL ESTATE AGENT* Lw
only who nienti should .,. ..
one ns the Thyanit conclude to hold a Lean Men's BUTTER, CHEESE. APPLES; ONION *. ;;; \
; "
of John: : They observed at the 'T3P.C
ofthe kingdom Naples, tlt'e'coun" Madeira. __.
i gives but a description it National Convention 7ckoailfrFt. ds.Afl .: POTATOES SUGARS. SYRUPS,, J:
but.
which remained under, the tree they call ced/a and the olliS of' vague ; .no doubt: it 0{-- .a...
\ 3.sl
Real loa.
empire
try seems sufficient to me jo distinguish it would lie 'a most lOftS'or Estate bought and sold;,Money invested MOLASSES COFFEES, '. t --_' .
of the Greeks, and where the catas- which Scillacc makes special mention ; from respectable gather ,Taxes paid Titles examined. TEAS. COCOA, Staite -- '_.; -._ :), .0. .. E13 4 a '

trophics of politics did not exert their and they teach,,us that the.,coasts of the lemon. He says that "this 'ing of the bony.and, the.bright.-N. R s rr FKIIMISSIOK' 'William" Astor...., SNUFF, .. GY. .. _,_..._r. --r..". .. _u:.. :\.'. .a:
plant was sought after and Y. Tribune New i York Ex-Gor.i' 'G.' 9
by some< : A. Outing Bellefimte/ ; OILS, SOAPSt; 3Q1D .. < .
'
Cape Verd and the "
ravages upon its culture, because it .neighboring Islands Lewis H. Redoer Philadelphia W.'Stokes ..T".7 ,>
rejected with horror by others on'ac ; Boyd. STARCH, TOBACCO Ccday.. Keys .-. l'
:
D G. 63 1
Phfladdphla: Ambler.Banker. t
qaturalized thereand are agreeably ornamented Jacksonville, Fbu' S ,
was a plant not by count of its i odor Henry lucker Boston. .WOODEN BUCKETS. '* 'CONNECnONS-t .0 #
and .its bitterness, PROFESSIONAL &Uss.. -3-ai-iy-pd. -WARE. : .r
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exotic of other trees which are always green.of which I .cARDS. ftc.FJR. > ,At .)
An luxury, requiring
I and that it is used to adorn the houses." BASKETS, BROOMS. SPONGES'TUBSCANNED ; FERNANDINA.wteCr poDr6
attention thtn that f Nature.It they give no further description, but These : For stylish,ladies'hats aslc Th.clcy.THE ' from Charleston I J....
which know traits not respond to the F. A. McMANUS, l. {GOODS. EVERY KIND.., .\ Dcr. With and.Savaanahv.ThuaJaym a
Llrzie
must then have been in the ninth we were not oranges. lemon. ,. steamer Baker from Sna.-

or tenth century that the Lfgurians received Leon, the African, who made near the to huses It.is certainly but used for. ornament (Recently of Baltimore,) CENTRAL, SALESROOMS I EVERYTHING BI k mud on''Fridays St.- Mary's at.8,a.lo, a,6 ..b
; no one could,"possibly IAN At BALDWIN,%Hh P atM.R.fclfrom J .1
close
the citron as at that period of the fifteenth century the description J 1aC. ;
reject with horror' HOMEOPATH sonTiB
they begun to cover the Mediterranean: o( the interior of this country its odor' either for PHYSICIAN,. AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSIONS 'lThIFORAGE.GROCERY'AND. .. At GAIN at4o7p/m.-forjacksooTilIeat93 ESVrLLE.with tn-weekly stage>*.Jlnefce ; ,,

with their cuu-.merce, hid they already as far as beyond Mount Atlas, bitter but or its bitterness Its rind is Has located 'tn Jacksonville. -Office and'residence !..IoUSE.Baytreet ,, ; PROVISION LINE. Taarpat Fridays..with 1&'I far NCYI.' TI"J1aad ,
'
S corrected ,
: disputed with Venice and theEast. where there are to-day thousands of aroma, and the is by .a charming the oa Monroe rear of Mrs.street Henderson's, between Laura boarding-house/and Pine streets. In ,near Laura,' I SELL'FOR/CASH; .. At CD /with sttasierMO'and(rca NIi.I* fA
juice never affected 9-a6rf Saturday WIt sleaners from Kq .
In 1003 we find the citron | oranges among .the palm trees, does by it. This discriptioq JACKSONVILLE, SLA.PUBLICSALE .. O.Tampa;Fridays;'&otn these places.,Thuradays. -;' '!O

very extensively: cultivated atSalerna nnt find nnv exrent. in theltiiifdnm. of convinces us c. KOBIKSOW' j.w. WHITEST. every .TURD.'f. '6 a .*wtlA AXO-AT ., .WIUteaiperC ol.frosa-Tamn.Suadaj )for 'J.
---.C'' pn -- that Pliny's T/ivam is no relative. nf. Att V at Law and U.S..CommV, ?4nt.. ..., .P.iM;.. THE ''LOWEST POSSIBLE Tap Mony With Steamer Wawesockfross
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Cano
from whence! a prince; of the countrysent ; and it is well known that this onr lemon.A p : :'fur San.anneE.Tneak'v1 '4- Jwf

some as a present) to some Nor- country by its position, was for' a --_. C.ROBINSON & CO., /TELLONVILLE HOUSED ierchaitt,Loggers,j Hotels:' Boarding Houses and S3 S : U I*'tMA. Siierinteadcnt A w .4.&.. :;"H!, M

man noblemen, who had delivered long while in commerce with the RtAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS S families are Invited to examine nry goods and prices. ..."
Crumby Convention. .Umbrellas'parasols be had at Bucky's.
him from the Saracens and we know Arabs, who had already introduced Agency The Manhattan 0BR.bCK"t "
; Life .
Insurance Company of MELLONVILLE:ORANGE COUNTY FLA, S THE.HIGHEST CASH'PRICES ,
.
No
fictitious characters
that Liguria, which has always keptup this fruit in Egypt and along the coast impress uswith"a Assets New York. '/
$9,009,462.21.: Undivided \ :
trade with Naples, was for many of Mediterranean.., We must conclude sense of reality like those of S. 71813J -.! surplus. f,666,636.95._ ."- PAID FOR COUMTKY flODUCZ- OF ALL KIND I4KSo S S ""1t.T1

centuries in the habit of providingthe then, that it is to them that Shakespeare. When we read of a S 5o 5-ty I. I. HITE Proprietor.Gent's .sdt "

citrons for the Jews of Italy of Western Africa owes this plant, which Convention of'the :Fat Men of Ohio N. BETTES, 'S furnishing goods low; 'i riLISON & 'WHITLOCK. ,RIVER Sr..E.AMERSY 1.

France and of Germany. The Riviera succeeded well there; and'also in Ma- a Michigan, which was held at Put Bucky'-, .vy .Successorsto.Thos.A.WilIson. 5 I .S ,. S ) -S 4. :
dira and in the Canaries in-Bay on the loth inst. said PHYSICIAN ,AND'SURGEON; 4 1".
di Sab, since celebrated for its where i it has we to POR SALE OR RENT-COUNTRY. .ULaIIS tar SUMMER.S: HED: 4
culture, did not begin it until several been cultivated since 1463. Before ourselves :' Ah I if only Sir John I Juk ODyme. Fla. GRAiN ; ,

centuries later. It spread later to i this time it was only known in Morocco Falstaff could; have been there 1" ,L.OvrtC Hovu-'rolD t till 9 a.ra.and la till a p.m.OFPICSI OTEL AND ORANGE FLOUR; AND. FEED, 0'. and after MONDAY APJLt.the.
GROVE of this line will lea, ..
He is the AND. RUIDKMCB-Comer Ocean and A en daily
ideal Monroe
where the Arabs had of adipose. He is aauiacturers of .
(Mrnton to Hyeres ; and it is only carried it ; street 6-7- m ,ri (SundayseaccptedatocIock.jO*"' "**. '( '

since the fifteenth century that it began I and its culture did not extend .beyondthis the refinement;: of grossness. His wit FOR SALE OR RENT.We ., CORN MEAL, HQMINY, CRAC'KED'CORN .5 S r I t j *-*f"

in the cold countries of Europe. country which had been a long and hiS waggery ; his mendacity so t>AER & 'MARKENS, wffl(ent lor the season or sell.on easy terms, RYE MEAL, GRAHAM PALA.TtA" ; --M.J' r ....

AII7Jaa u. time 'trading relations with Europe.If enormous that it almost seems more .n''intermediate,landings aiufreturn'saine day... ,", j 4

KsKaicbctlaUtheLerooa awl OraD Unknown to there had existed orange trees here respectable than, truth ; his selfishness STRICTLY WHOLESALE. GROCERS. THE ALA CHACO\or\ ORANGEHOySE. FLOUR,CRACKED WHEA T&c. I Thro.ighsr.amcrsS.r ;, (fEN J
IIw .
AaaeMt-ConlbuiKied ; I
Improperly with the Apple absolute '
of 6* Hctperidcs from the time of Homer, they would so that it has an, ,aspect: of Near Mcflonvflle Co.. '
licit-Recently orfpn accllnutcd fa AfnfSPrejudlceiaiout have been infinitely multiplied, ,and generosity ; his sensuality so littleconcealed JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Orange 'Fotida .St.ROLLSAWING & WOODS TURNING T..E RP. .RI S S EV" t .",.' 'jf
WITH THE "FARM. ORANGE .
GROVK AND
When the lemon and orange trees they would not have escaped the observation that, it well, nigh amounts *3 GocJ 1 at Sirannah and chamscoa price NURSERY ATTACHED, : TO ORDER.' : and intermediate 1..iIM"above on Tut >5$

were brought into Europe, the citron of_our voyagers; .but it was i to the StlmMial.ill. .!. tKf-,.-c-"- -lr." nniK 1.- I 49-3in Wood Sawed, 'Split, and Deliveredby day nrdar* and evenings y..a WePI Sat-trtj- *
had been naturalized ties which TIllS PROPERTY IS MOST ELIGIBLY Shippers are requested to freight'doduingtbeaftcrnoon iWJ.
for demand '-
many centu- reserved to Europe to enrich with this large quarters. XTORTON KOOKER '1 a

ries; but as this event came at a period plant those happy climates where the We cannot picture him as spare ; we & !. LOCATED Landing-I# miles Lake from Monroe.the Steamboat Cord or Load. 4- .BROCK.S Ageat.4 ".lt. ,,/ \t -
on
ignorance and barbarism, it rested ancients located their Fortunate Isles cannot think of his unctJOus.sentences REAL ESTATE DEAl EfcS. corner Ocean and Bay I' .. '. "
Jacksonville Florida. Ross, Block. Bay Street opposite Mill and Whar ;
streets our ,
in the / S the whitevests., st
same twilight which conceals and the delicious gardens of the coming from a hungry mouth. His Money loaned on Real Estate'security.. General FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE' CANNOT'BE: i Bucky I!! _' .f

the history of that time. When the daughters of Atlas.I great sides gives to his" chaff and Life and Fire Insurance Agents and dealers la Pine SURPASSED-while no part of Florida com ., .)' .CKSONYJ E.FLA. S : S ,I, 'l"I 4UI '

study of bclles-Iettcis and of science shall not pause here'to combat the blanderdash the gravity of a sermon. Correspondence Lands Plantation solicited.&eo Springfield suburb a yj&twlfW specialty. bines of so,many TROPICAL advantages,FRUITS.to the grower, T. A. WlL0 15-66 W. A.WRITIOCKTMPOkTANT CHANGE OF 'SEHEDULE. ,;v. ; .hP

was revived in Europe, these two species opinion of several! writers, that the Mauger many doubts, we respect him ) .5 ;"'"/'.,;> S
were no longer new we a mountain M. & ARTHUR: BIRNEY, If not sold be&re the FIRST MONDAY MARCH TO EVERYBODY. .J.W
; they were ancients knew the under the respect He talks The Point
steamer Oty having
orange next,the property will on that day be offered at public Il 1W f
already so numerous that there remained name of citrus or mala medico. It is it is true, almost always of, himself, sale. to the highest bidder. Apply : Summer ,, "r {.tilC1'S I t_eb
no trace of their hut then there is ATTORNEYSTSTREET FLEMING &.DANIEL.' If wUh article In the of S : "
a genome
from emigration ; impossible to apply to it thedescriptions so much to talk Attorneys, yotr way .Cigars THE STEAMER :' (; $

this it arises that so many wri which have been made of the about 1 Hupdreds of' pounds go. to 4) NO. 5330jWASHINGTON 1 ', Jacksonville.Florida. Wines.Uquon,'&C.IO to 'r DICATR' } ,'E1

that ters have confused their history with citrus by Theophrastus, Virgil, Pliny, his composition' and there is the. wis ,. ', I .Oci.Jr8sI;- tf', S ,,_.,J. B.1'OONI.' CrA i LEO VOE1; '

of the cilron, and and dom which makes the best of' CITY. -.. S : '
saythat the of thoe ; .
they greater writers ,
part everything .
shades .. S Wai until father
*ere known All of braid*and chignon at BUCky.FoR < :" notice,CHARLESTON, every. vj
in Italy at the same lime who have in ounce r of them. ,
copied them ; and if this every B. f
C. DREW
as this TUESDAY evening,and SAVANNAH every WEDNESDAY -, *. .
centuries tree, that is, about the first opinion has.some seeming foundationin But we must not "forget our fat J :, SALE.' '. i .'Ir you wish to Jake recreation a good.game ,o ,tot Florida,arriving Ja.JACKSONVILLE

fable of the Roman Empire. The regard to the lemon, it is altogether friends at t.in-BJywhile! dwellingaffectionatelyupontheir ATTORNEYANDCOUNSELLOR' .1' Billiards,go,to J..B,TOGNI'S: Saloon. Bay street.. THURSDAY." ,u
of the S every J. !
Hesperides has also <
con- inadmissable for the The .ATLAWOffice "' VERY CHEAP!r .
orange. swelling ,
tnbuted pro ,' .' : '
to i r ; \ '
sustain
this --. "
I golden color error The most judicious writers have recognizedthe totype. Such a meeting.was of pond In the new Fraedman s BuildinK.toraef; Tkret; : tmall Farmst near tie. City limits.,. I" ", S ; 0 ".0, RETURNING.'W. ,. '
of ,
the ranie and'evens fallacy of this opinion, and have derous portent,'and maybe called the Pine and Fontvth. StremJacborav, :, Fla. Bass Ate 4 :! d&:
name lends itstlf this .. *. AlfdRCWS. .. ONE OF EN ACRES; 'Imported on draught- Can for it at} BT06NFS %!. leave; PALATKA, FRIDAY moeaiarJ
to confusion, concocted another hypothesis,'no better Apothesis of Avoird pois. Therewas I-IY' '|' S Co DCCV., S ; ; rJ -, -.->. "! every ; .-

especially in an age in which there founded. It was an'ancient prejudice indeed, in the- regulation'of the' 'S .. Cleared land;no other'Improvement: ". .at the Metropplitaa- p Billiard-.. Saloon., ,, .,. ., aid.JACKSONVILLE every SATURDAY morning.,tP.

reigned such a taste for the marvel generally received by cultivators, Convention, slight suspicion of M.& H. /, BAKER, .. ONE OF TWENTY'ACRES .. ,-. S._ .? 3.5-3m. to suit the t1de. FERNANDINA MUD day,arriving
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lous personal '
; and this fruit also J. About fifteen'Krea la culthntlon.. 500 grape1 vine* and la SAVANNAH
for the SUN.H A
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that t in -
golden passes grafting one species upon another pride and exclusiveness. The fruit trees; underdralaed; clay subsoil; .one of the best W..EARL : A CJ1TON''f
In apple of the daughter of Atlas. new.species could be-obtained, standard of qualification was high,or ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. place for gardening. S ,R : ,D'n"' : ? ";A ."*&&
vain the S S 4$1 *sO
we Hellenists'have sad that or extraordinary fruits, which belonged at least ,broad I land heavy. Perfect Os'ica. .:.Reed: BuiUUng, S ONt OF TWENTY ACRES, PRACTICAL, ; THROUGH' TICKFTS AND BILLS OF LADING -.
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word that is translated About tour'acres'la'cultivation, balance good pine "' ., 'nO! (
GIVEN. '
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to two attributed rotundity alone -
apple species., They :answered the .
can .com -. J JaduoBvfflei:Florida wooda oa King's road C"J AKO sn. :
PAINTER AND
PAPER
just as well mean a flock of (to this operation, whose success plete.ness.of'the. conception 'and S C.C.COLUNS. HANGER.. AGENTS 5;' lT1t t"UftJ'
sheep, Ad that the fable should be no JAMH M.'BAKSJU. .BIBTOII. aArU.. beairr la"Real Estate.WitscheVs Building.Bay.S&.* : : '
they regarded and I could here
as veryrare uncertain light weight enter 'there: A S 'Having decided to reside permanently artS be ChariesUM
applied to the sheep with glad to receive orders from aU requiring.work done. RAYENEL&Cq ,.,... rj' J
golden all the varieties constitutional ( : '" !
Oeece, stolen by Hercules. In produced by provision (Article.) C H, SUMMERS,. ; ;fB. HUBBARD, El* liae. : : 'S. BRAINARD ,& ROBERTSONSavanaa ..'
vain SAMUEL .
it MS fecundation and whose origin they rigorously shut. the gates admission .
been'said that G RAINING.GLAZINC; and? KALSOMININC S JEFFREYS.BRO.*SON,FeraaadUa >A-
or the golden the descriptions were ignorant of. This opinion was upon ,every, candidate weighing less I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .. 'lJ lUeJFIa;; done la the best Banner, .. .,, .. ;, JEVVREYS&BRO..iack.onvilte. [
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apples of the |x>ets may adopted also by the Arabs. Abd! than '200 pounds. Credentials S i. ", ::
Al-
apply were Auo NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER t Orders left at Davta&'Drew's Furniture Warehoia ': [f'*'"*.
perfectly to gold Dint, whose l latif writes "that in i the : U. S. CIRCUIT COURT, will receive prompt attention. # .R'.7.XDAMSPitka, ;
believed < -
eoloranswers I Egypt they in corporation. Nobody concerning .- ..-, Importer and Dealer i in, 1 .1 ; y S. T. 'PAaETTIStAngustine.FOR (,\')
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to the metaphor.. Critics h that j -/ A ,
the banana whose ,
UlSist came originally specific gravity" ,there O icc. Folk's bufldlog. REFERENCESV ; : '"
that they are orange that are from'a mixture of the colocasie was the least doubt I HARDWARE, IRON, AND :STEEL u 7S. 5-5321' '. S, 4. .11 t',.
could .
and. take his! .
spoken of. / r. '., .. .! 1C Banxi*. Esq..,and,C. ,L. Roaiwsoii.. Esq, . ,
"eiperides They observed that, the I the nut of the date, and that to pro"- seat before going to' scale I and the WR. ANNO)\ .. : : TOOLS.TABLEaiKi POCKET'' : Jacksonville.'Fla r. ". 'OIKAHUMKEE,.. '" ..td.. ;
were ; t' 0)'
situated .
geographers 'by some duce this mixture, the nut of the date lightest L monster of a member. John f > CUTLERY. : :HARRIS. EUSTIS AND"GRIFriN., .
in ) ; "
an island of Lybia, must be plunged in the interior of the Dulco .Esq. .of Monroe ATTORNEYAT-LAW, WEALTH '.':
Mich.
which .
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seemed S GIiUP&nS : '
FOrtunate correspond with'the' colocasie and planted so. Prosper weighed 200 pounds; the most pond pffic,In Reed'V Block,' Bay Street..; ': 'S Nails,//Glue.f, ru i. ", s, H" : ;>;'., .SILTER. > 'SPRING""t: ',I t
Islands .
lumbers of now covered with Alpin reports the same thing in different erous'' being .Mr.. John. Temp!eton"of ,j.iiumUF; wr LEATHER BELTING/RUBBER_ PACKING... ', !.: I. : !_AND'RECREATION. .: : ADd otter Landings oa the Ocldawaha .1_:.;* S
orange trees and !, i I i I- > ,
by oth. words., He informs L I' ,
e : that in wanton, Unto, who' pulled down 'STOVES.TINWARE.CROCKERY PUMPS- S "J'J""
?' tpon the : CLI.T
.'** the west coast 'of Africa, this country the sycamore (Ficus Sycamorus 428 pounds,'and was accordingly madeHonorary A AJ:,"KNIGHT, : ,. -; r "' J -r I i ; S "S ,,10,.;i' ,

climate is very warm and ) is believed to be a graft'oC Chairman Ah I but'' it.. ., ', .-, ., ... ,. : :. .:Lead' l1d'Iron Pipe, < S ,' v /,-.. -.-. I,J', The c:1',Steamer. HUMKEE .r'" i: I '-.rty-

JPproprute to the culture of this tree the fig the mulberry and that have been sight' them '' -' '""' LANDS FOR;, ., ; OK. .. ;
DUnr Places. upon must a to .sec : ATTORNEY AT LAW DOORS.. SASH.BUNDSMOULDINGSSVGR: S fr. '-' 1 1 'or' ;.4'54 S ,>r>,1. ..
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tbelD This position'made the banana (Afusa Paradisiaca L.) all seated'in ,long and "'d' > : i ,'!'. .. tl 1 : 4. S A.I"lruter.. ,
ORANGE'
think billowy.rows GROVES COLONIES 'I .I S '.
that : l' ;;
|iij .Mills &e.GaiFHtinf '11 J
their Erapqraton, -
> the is the No. s Hoeg Block, stairs ,
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| ""Z7PtUfland voyages product of a sugar cane upon ranges of sesquipedality, chains .of, tip ; "FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS" Will Ie.v.5iaaioaYuh. every THURSDAY. mornia;.

of orange Greeks trees. and formed thai bouquets the colocasie (4n1i' Coloeana, L.) abdominal Alps and pyramids of the : 3.451." .. S, )1ICbooYWe.Fla.;' ,.S rfP lc JtnU,III Jtoofiitf"1Ur. yoMing 0 aNd dlT''>Tin, S ,:::: VILLA SITES. 'TOVN.1; ". atSo'elock... CEO .'FOSTER.; Ageat 5 'i',, B,
these "
IIIggested the fable This prejudice was held chiefly in regard pinguid 1 Only fancy the King, of the 1. 'l LOTS: Jacksonvffle. FU.,July *s,.1'71". f

the cnchanted of Hercules and to sterile varieties, and the cultivated Cannibal Islands looking''in' therewith C 'L ROBiNS N; ''ARPETS. RENOVATED- .' riA"Dt.E.LAIDoi S i t 1 .

It, is gardens of the Hcs- banana is of this number ; it is his mouth. full of' water'I f Why 'I-.. /' .', .R\. \:'SALE'o'',. SANFORD'S. GRANT." FIRST-CLASS FURNISHED i1OUSE'S

''ghtneu or easy. to Peraive the a true monster, due to fecundation, there were 56'' distinct and separate ATTORNEV-AT-LAW i' .KI'd to look lib.;. Abe. : : ,IM.MOORZ.AGz.' 'J' : "i: -
the Proofs NOTARY''p'JBLIc! aiiOjailSSlONER .' ,' 'uaoJmJ.U ,
upon which and AUo. ,
this be1ie i in which the fruit is .improved at masses of meat, 'and'th& aggregate Sanford.'
( baSed. The fable of' the the S U. S. CI&CUITCOUR-., UPHOLSTERING F O ,R S A L E 1.
csperidel expense of the seed. It is known weight thereof'if; we' have'not' blun- Office No, Masonic Block.i : ? tv4.Ta
I' poke of apples of ;: a: i" ..or',1-1'1. afl kind done In the hert CARD.3Le3owetLLI.-, : .: [ '
ltoJen by feold that its type exists in India, and that dered lif addition, wasrjj,6 9 pbundsjHadthey 'i 01 manner. A '. < undenlgaa&lntendl'tg fo remove to his ptantam rf

m&nenous garden Hercules but(torn out of this i it multiplies itself from seed ; it is not been 'heiped up1 it, 'would, A> Q. ''lw1ilq. '. ::i S .5 :Cor.Laura aad Church (treets W. H.,Jaclooavffi SHERMAN.,Via.' "- ,FLA.;March 3 isc.1874.THE" : St.doa James will sell and his Grand residence Nattoaal on Adams HotelaJ'S Sawc.MU the: .
it '
; did
company not ac. cultivated in gardens, because its have .been Pclion( :upon Qssa. Wo I,, S H. z ANfOaD .. ,
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SOOTHERN JipprrtaJ.
or CoM.PANYwbl Gua.nt.
W80ciate with; this ,ATTOJUlJY AT iA*. 3-Ordert left with Farchgott. Benedict ft Cp:,D* NSURANCE ;
1IIy CirCumstaxce idea fruits re'nof so gupf}, gs. }hos, l' of |the ,man'tob.ovelya.' d large,:was.there, ,., L." .' ,. ..; > ". ', via a Dreg Of RJ P.1Iood7 trUI nam prom auacion. i i, :) .i ij '.' .7 atmviU*. March 6, 1'74hrIN' t .

Jest the fruit or a.tree hich} could sug. sterile variety. .vii t j M&;, Walfcr pelerrl, ,Norwalk, ,"Reed'* Block,Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla,, Mrs.;Hurtnau.Local! ''Singer(.CDCeI aewine bY,pennluIaI Machine.,A..A Zacharla.r.It *- J 'I la.a few'. day*"appoint| M rj ,'a State' *'Agent. .'b. IE -

Its 5bad and so delightful in The ancient cultivators are ,filled Ohio (298'pounds), and Mrs;Sullivan, Wm.fJ ic. lath lft'er( cocpu. tithe SetaJ'. and S. R.-MattalrTYow 5- order. arerespeetfiilly solld- Florida. la&be' meantime. I will" conduct. Its manageavtnfl .LOUIS' MQURGEON' :
ao r .
S STance of its ''ftowers.agreeable Ovid In ;Jhe fra' with me;nfQ4 relajing; these .opera North.Bass Island, Ohip((298 p ti,1:1ds..) lection*drooipdy attended to. / y->Itt .- : .. "I"1PJ1D' : ; : .'. '.. < ,From Par!*, Franc*.flattJy -of*$tstta" >#.
branches sa s$ the tions, and of'absurd recipes for Hail 'to S''A'tEb' 'i Island Dyeing mabiWaIllCDC <
)
were of gold ameliorating you, ,most equal; 'and, most LPiTTtOIS., A. .Mg. aU'K F/O'R ; AD conunuiUcatioBS directed la ae.car Henry A.L'FS.V .
lea, $ and al well as the the, frults'which had a disa- mighty Mesaamei !l'Joans.of juiciness! ; NEW DYEING AND SCOURKCC ESTABUSRLadies' : "
; it is easy to see the A1OU.4 and Lot.beJiUttluIty located I.the C1. 1 Sec the Jacksonville.. Branch'.will ,: ,)LENT. ". 1 JI1 :
lQ, by agreeable flavor, or to chang; their nobe-champions) of he. & MEEK i.
ii' which it il ( equajify of :pATfl <' :: \ and Genderaen's Wearing Apparel.. ;
mentioned o/jickMnviUav 'b 'llarg ,welieijshed.: Mloqtilrtof ..cfu cb.f t. ; ,1.: [ ,
I arid .by colors. This has been applied prejudicially the .sexes, *t-,least 'in.thq matter of .: \ Lace Cnttain. { t"'f, ,
l owed !its Heliod' that thi. tree i i to the and ponderous ;. :. ,1 Tf pE41.Y: ,ttoa a.p.ri ibin dcT I.l : :tI' .; ,. .1:1: .i..i.. "HUIU.ER- '. i..i ."L. I.; v 5'5. :" .r jv.'i I "SL..tL. ., < ? ,," ,
aiste d grange ; many authors :tplurtpnessv'. Our isouls all .. u .. .. provemuin.S < and other 0M bhrla saon carefiiOy cleaned and dyed!

S.C only io"'tli. ti ithE: ; ha.ve' believed? tbij; 'this!! :' tre.* lore largeness; and. *Matv-tf '.
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I m entries made fbe warrants drawn TfieOcSla* Banner ohlbe" Union and ,LMCWS.Mt. JAtkSONvlLLz RETAIL MARKtT,
\ THE NEW SOUTH? ogyforthc'nsif"6f tlircfftls'andvlolencengainst they"1nsb Durkee weHTand wouwtejoice no ot Walls. [Corrected WteUy.J
Th treasurer'saccounts
t and that to him in the Senate "with exceeding upon Ibo treasurer -' towu-.CAM*.
ifI1 Republican canvasser, see Caraway H. lAmar died on the
had been, properly bal. \Ve have said before that we were
$ ADAMS.iO. never VcnIo lb_ ,_ _
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*: < in the case of a neighbor, a fellow editor great Joy," and more particularly that *need. 'ltyverecbarge4 wjth tbo pleased with the fearless and,independent 5th instant at the residence of his daughter ChicLciip.rp.1r.-i----| per M
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I KO. HVKHWIMt.K. 1 >AMS. ARKUTH & CO. und one vho Imd personally informed they are'not concerned Ingettilig>u lh6 rct ptV ropp? ilmf likewise Vila receipts % -<*onrse of the''Uniort, but for the life Mrs. Suter, in New York city. Mr. a>Kken..half grown,per p ir1 -

? r .LuU.ouG --.- the editor '>f the facts in the case. The honesty and ring" split :, they have in relation to the Internal Improvement of us, if It supports Republican -principles Lamar was known throughout the entire Turkey urkey*. acb.(few- in th- aarkM- }
c J. S ADAMS. EDITOR. School and Seminary Funds, and other Republican nominees, we State, and the news of his death will be WUd J'Mullet
? = -: Union says: had a quantum tufa of bolting in Leon aoil-xet had, not been credited .witJ the cannot icqncctve acause ; or |ta>Jttethostmly generally rece'red with regret by his

? TO- CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. Brother Adams hints at some dUEcul-. and,find it dpn'f"pa|f., ) > x) V: J '/ Xarr nt drawr6vjJp6otheinJ JTLe pre*< foallsr ire ys achieved, host of: friends and acquaintances lie pi33p.jt i
tics surrounding one of tho speakers in tnd the was born in Richmond county, a short ,persulng-, ____ '5
million of
r IUMU f Local interest arc lolldted from all of the ent treasurer has one sev- by an honesty purpose we hope, Stwcpbeul. ins_ __
pans per .
: State Also, coramunleailoa*oa subject* of general the abovebut, does not intimate who the Financial, Carelessness,of, the..Florida- entyn1ne.,tousidtwo.Jiund ed-and- bestTccord of an .man ever yet.put-In distance from the city of Atrgastaf Bas*, fc --. .fIiz. ':: -: : :r. 10 at

inlerWt.

ttdustnattopics. speaker was,nor what caused the trouble. Democracy. fifty-nine dollars sixty-three cents nomination by the Republicans of, this the 2d October, 1798, and was,consequently uZAT,.'. -
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!- 0 tone as tliejbtcakaaciraurKUiicasirtOpcnaiL Corropondcnu make their letters.'- as \Ve learn from a letter'from that city Democratic orators in the- charged ti'hlm.but thecredit sidei: District. He 'was an active member bf a:few da) orer 76 years t>f 'age Baton.C.R-. per lb-_ :' ,||

W< tire not rupuanilile for opinium expressed by our that Mr. Adams made a very"bitter present blank-he never baring been credited the legislature and in Congress ins at the timer'of his demise. Mr. Lamar : Beermess.per ,,? :
k xtrrcspondcnts. Rejected manuicripu can neither that campaign in the great dearth of Beef. Fulton market;MI IK L ,L ; II
and aggravating speech,11 one exasperated ,
very .
4 be returned nttrpreavrvad. Aauayuoua cumributions for a'in ;lowarrant) drawn upon him. [ course has been marked by more than was a severe suflerer tjyMhe appalling Muxton.(scarce)pr I -;; .n 16

Bit;; -lUnotbenoticud.) some of the hot bood"present political principles whose advocacy could' The VpternaJ Ira p'rovemerit Fuud.sfand.3 common liberality. He voted iu favor djsaster which befell the ill-fated steamer i i rtfk.Ham.per rK Ib.. .._..- ; ,*_ '4 I.

; $c ---- -.--.,-------- and caused the friends of the be of any possible benefit to theme arc credited byhtf'a'mount,( "of/ fifly-se\ch of the amnesty bill and his appointments Pulaskionher way from Charleston tq i 1 Shoulders per,per,H._ft-- --,;??,?1Ti?.?,m....,. -s i 4E 6* aaL
q&rcLi %I RIJ'cLL4x TCELw rpcaker to surround him and take away. greatly troubled desirable -topic for thousand ninV'hunilred an J.six'dollars' to Federal wsitions have, been almost New, York in 1837, He and hi son,-the | While liacun.pCtIb-- i.j-_' ._-..__,. ,s

Thus, with a full knowledge of the and Toffy"-three cents'', wheti properlyjt equally divided between Republicans andDemocrats' late Cot, C. A. L. Lamar, ,then a boy L > JLOVn. -

:: 1.4 Id.I.VT XTtct&t LUttt. facts, speaks the,Union. campaign oratory. The Democracy should be thirty thousand dollars.JThif .- Jt was 'through 'Msp influence about t44 years of were the'only White,per bbl ,.. .. .. ,,
:k %SM PI7} differ themstlve'a -regard to jScbfioi Fqnda survivors of his thznik his. wire and i Exits ked.;pr bbL.--- 9 '.
For thus aiding, abetting and cxcustng among ; andjSeaniiinry, are; that Gpv. BloxlKim was appointed i Superfine,per *>> _, r *
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financial policy. Indiana Democrats cIcditqd iy a bajs.nca pnt1hUidred. Surveyor General of the State and A.'O, : seven children being th ng'tlie Victims Cur Me-d.per sack...... __,mmMominy. _- } *S <* 3 lJ '
.t the use of threats and violence and thousand J)4nr4anlI the Southern of that dreadful disaster which'cast a per *_ ,,n.tta.Mrit. 'J W $
._ JO1AII 1. WALLS. are fond greenbacks and would increase .fpity nines ) Myers;; District!Attorney: for 3 5
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kI 4I.. against the public advocates of the party them to the amount tonstilent ronnd tht ,.,_ .., District.:of Florida. There is no i pall over tho'eitjr Savannah. t racrr. -
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l yUVAL COTZ ET;. that has honored.him, perhaps as much when'pr pry'tho Stat has setued"w\tli\ Republican, vcither, black! or white,;'who A letter re'ceiwd iri Charleston, dated Apples,per per dox doiImen *- > nn*. t
Maine o
h : fa Scuator. tSlh Senaturbl Dinrict. nsdeserved in n newspaper which he with' possible safely. But 1>oth1! by bonds to tliei nntt>uhtb'f? fifiV-hlne has' pursued so independent ,a course, Georgetown,' S. ,C., October>2d, says : Lemons, per dox...,..............._..,......_, ,, $
t; Democrats "favor the immediate thousand dollars Ihivid! S'. Walter; and' thiiik'' would Baaanai, ..
JOSEPH !: I and control it ho chooses the retumplionofa we that'if.the. Union, Thence planters m, this section have 3 _,
owns can
k.. Fj Mcib..i.the. Attcmbty. real and true\nelattic currency;", ihe forVuehregister, st.audscredited ivith look1 nearer home it 'could find others suffered very much -as a general thing, MAps., -
.. JOSEPH E. LEE. Republican Gubernatorial Official Printer A/rty-ninu tho sandi one: hundred, amifortyMX. of its abuse and nsure. Corn,per .I a5 $
while'.the CincinnaU' Enquirer Vnjcvir more"deserving c and where the grain has been cut and in Oats, par buthcL ,_,.___ I 10 W 1
r' ALFRED, GRANT. will be hefd responsible general public .' dollars anji nine-three; cents; While it is silent upon questionable the fieldSj fifty to seventy-five per cent IfKgy
k wants to tee specie payments again. -- -
: S sentiment.The anti Hugh A.CorIe3'uthepre59ntregi5, if not, dishonest conduct of others it has in some cases been lost. Among the fTalt. per sacti _._>. ._.____,-.. t So A
!;' 4* Kp\blcan! State Central Committee for Such being the financial incerljtuiio of-- ter with, Jilleeq'thousand pin'o.Jiun'cjred a t{
ought at least give Walls the credit due sufferers, one lost thirty acres,one feeten-i Butter per U>- -- -3 ,
1) Florid*. Best .Burlesque -Yet. the real Jeffersonian Democracy who and ei hty-elxht'dolLirs" ten cvnis. him., -- ty-five, another sixty, and'one as much ;'Cheoc.Lard perK Ib.,. __:__... ,,: as ft ,:
;il WH. H. CsoxcLirn.a. per 18 M
D.EA6AN.Secretary T. V' Brerard. the'fM'nicr'fcdmptrolleri M3S
have been compelled by their fear of as one hundred and forty acres; ,(scare*.)p A. nm ? 54
i.
: : r
c .Districts. 1)i&vlcu. The whole street Is highly amused nt stands debited balance to fifteen thousand
by The Grand Jury of Webster county Potatoes. ,j'ni*,p'f buhcl.M W. =
3
:- I. Ilitatn P.ti; I J. If.S. Harmon. the general dissemination ot what is the Inferior and providentally tubordinated" -' hundred' and ninety-four Ga.- the of > The barkentine jElha, Capt. Armstrong .k VfeCI ,* v*& i m>.ium. 54 o
;
'following
as one
published
1. r -, el t' 3."W7 Buricr"/ S. T. >, : X.3.
14 y, bound from. .Midway, to aioii.pc 'G
V *,< 3. w j I. ftirman. tj H. braun. conceded to be thebe practical, political race, to form "white)lea 'aeV lars ndil()rtfour'centsini; ; >JishJ when: its presentments :' .That. 'while we do bauD -
'IH Smith; I> .4. J. W Howell.IT. mutual1! { nbn ;has beiu' .rtrefvw). The ..bookakEoy i Matanzas, with a load of lumber,} baying rilTTT
their protclion'ragafn
4. wun. ; for l tneagressionj ; not complain at the decrees of an allwise
of tho in the Peaches, !Ib. .____. _.
( t $. W. H. ulcli, .-). D. TantrehlU, burlesque season, chapeof experienced, a heavy ,gale, for two per >$ < A
i that, twi hundred ami. forty-three Providence but the sad "kckbcrtt, I IK A.. .......
we can deplore per -
M. L. Strrn IS. rVtet Jonet, of. those terrible inferior, it j. u >> g 3*
and and
a large poster and accompanying card thousand dollars days, becoming water-logged Currants i.perlb-. .___ ,
four hundred andrijliietyeighi
7. Riip.atcL.rIci ig.- W, H. LeOOa, SQven failure of the cotton crop in our county T M '3 ty iv
WaTkfrJ it, i is not convenient for them, at the |dismasted was abandoned ,on 'the 12thofSeptemLr. '
I. Samocl po. (1 3. Akkai on each of which is 4HnUiyed what appears cents have .been paid but. and adjacent community and the un- .- SCDII
9. RuUrt Mcacham, 11 W. H.Clcaion, lime to advance any' financial Such 'Sire: eoino'aml'' 'o'rily/gqinc "of the The crew "was rescued Wood. pine pcicortL_ 3 73 <*
-I 4. 1. 1hL4a 1ga.p1: t*. J T. Mafcbec, to be a spontaneous and indepcndeht present remunerative price likely to be obtained Woud. awedVif- oiy
; ,,i. I. W. kck,. 13. -----, ticket for county'officers, as thus: theories here, the recantation of which many ihconsistentarid crroneaus ntfies; [ for the 'same yet we are consoled by the | by the bark Electro and transferred to .Northern,per swe...... .....MM...__< 3 i 50 30 4*l j i 7 jtHay.
a.Wm.D.Scsra. hl the bark' Ophif, bound' ''for Savannah, ,, .. ,_,____
,nfot Off whkb :bures he expuhjjed of a' undant 'Coal per <-.l--- i itt oo Mti ov
might soon become' necessary to i tho, flattering- prospects an corn ....
$ :. -- For Senator, whUa.olliers Have bben rectified.- Since' [where they arrived'on the. 6th. The Syrupflurida1pcrg1.,,. : 7* 5).
WTO UCAN COKCNBSSIOMAI. tXBCVTtTC CUMMITTUt.&CCUXP take the safe ; crop, which If properly husbanded will Hunystnco.perL.-; ., I ,
CX'F.'M'AW'BEY party so they only course Etna built in St. Johns N B. and
DsWcT., ; the ye r-ii. there-hfive, b'eeri> ntiac-' be amply suficient for all reasonable purpose -: was I aUuw-pev Ib- -- ..4 .;__,;__; a .
As a taaUcrtf coovcrucnce to.ihitt wishing to correkpoi'uJ For Assembly,; and attack tne Allegedteixtrayaganc/u.yf counter kept .showing the expense -Jon ? subsisttncef the country.'' I was bqt.two years.old.,

; f c .iih any cumber of the RepuUicia Executive th M. MtlNNISS. TI10S..LANCASTER. the Republican State government, claiming which, |licr Sijitu has'beenj 1iab1 For, Boston .October.6.-At a meeting.of NOTICE.

i ; ;. Committee of this District,we Append the'list if' that Then the card particularly filled aptlmmeusc,comparative superiority instance-'iherfiiis' ndext'tc tive, n'qlegis-: .The Attorney' .General .has decided the Board of Trade to-dayi it wan unapt- ASSiGNEES' .. .
., cwiimlrm.withpotuofficeaJdrenct; latherJudicial. no KliliVarjran'd no that under section of the evised i mously resolved* that ,die Executive .u interested
with ) : that at first for. the former Democjatic 5,293 penons are hefty notified that thaasset.
slyallusi; though
Hun.-1. k.'co-rrCbIrman.Jackr.onvfle.! management contiDgent nor otbet lit ssIryexpcisQ'CcuntS'to statutes the Secretary of the Treasury Committee appoint a,, special committee .'u P Edward W. ttmaj' Ibnktr. have been -
.. : Hon.A; A, K ?CHTf 'J'rcamiTcr. JackwaviUe. blush ) of the State-finances.R -' M Dcd to me fat the benefit ofcre.Laora.,
... purporting to be'complimentary' und 'in boofcfrom 'the Sec
PMIUP A tTtt. Secretary Jacksouvillc.r hol said has power to remit fines penalties rand to represeut the Board before All paper, whether overdue maturing, has beat
t lion. E.G. lobnson. Lake Uty.L f loathe nominees; vrerelontocted evidently 'puClican" atere and "pajpierTnTeF The 'ear. 43idiwn latheywir"ending* forfeitures arising under1 revenue retary bf -Treasury and Committee deposited wiih the' First Katioaal' Bank U rlorida.**
.r 4 Hon. H. S. Harmon. C'.ncstriUe,, any of this (( collection.,, .. ,
L HuoK )(. Chadtviclc. Palatka. in a spirit of wict etlns. The with Uuth, as a'HatufhV'rrtiltbf' good Noyt-mbcr "lj ,,18CO. 'TIe revenue accounts law where the amount docs not exceed of the Senate of taritYIaws'tvitha view Paper city pas or due must be pad within 'tea dtjt(
.
rosa
+ .Hon.Hoo. Dennis Birch Engan boBOcala MadUOB.X : > repetition of the phrase." No Ring is govern mcnrihe Stjite was never so quiet fines aii 'ion. arul license' tux 81,000 ; ,where.there,have been no summary to simplify the collection of customs this (Lie,or the mnc will be placed (n an auoncyV
a recounts'bavje bee iilJept n such aman-, revenue remove obstructions to commerce hands (orc.Alectun.Sgnedy .
1 ). Mi Papy.bi.Aucuttlne; wltb. ''tq the )littlecirrcle anti' orderlyan'd ;law-ol eying Irt' nil W inquiry and statement by judge ; ( ALEX: YAuACt,1aslgn. '
; .nI, Petty: Ftm ndin i .'. pregnant vnfer aVto'show'that f hivver'i but:6flittle and.also to remit fines,'penalties'and forfeitures diminish opportunities for fraud joja '
.',. t & .A.UDo ulJMdkjivill < of-Tttlfabij.8eo officials, which a previous history ns it is to-daytaml that prbo rofit'to the'Statei' f" arising under ,laws relating to ou the revenue,protect honest merchant -

.1 -App Lntrients. | !iwintedly failed, at the cost of-a week's its finances were never in so healthy andprosperous' Evidently:Floridian'\ ha4'r, ir.usorhe" the registering 'recording, enrolling or against udue! t importers, and promote -, 1 ,.

4. : Hon.J.T.Wi111i.. RepubUcan noaiuM; for CocgrcssIB -. residence in ttils fcJiy, in eecurihg'Maw- !,condition, but .elaim that way, be onctm1uca1-V It" 4.** ,J*or' JJiiivernorMilton J *Z licensing of vessels, when the amount economy'in collectt6ns by'pbolish-
does not exceed 950."tWhile : ing unproductive Custom Houses and A comfbrtaole home wffl be tirtn to a middle aged
; .. l the Second Coosrcttional District,assisted by Other bey's nomination In bur, county conventiori Republican nile has Jjech hampered with Wd'jfjouipifrojfor. ; Viians.inirror. .,>vere .duties. ot elderly'Udy, o(.undoubted spectabiliiy. Ii's quiet

;.. I. :-t .distinguiklicd f lu rlng dou tpcalicn and place,wQTaildVcss'tbc;. ..peojie'atlit. -I and indicates ny gratitude here for the payment oh old debts, incurred bv '" '- ,"- ,/ some man wenj grinding scythes Providence, it. L, October 6.-Lieut.Mahone sty neighborhoud rtiuia. Hi primary;fl South'branches Florida,;f m two return children.AdU Lr.the la-
their and tiselees int vnneddling. former carejesane'pspl'vvnichijorecorcl "Thta :*Ia. 10-7 rf
gratuitous Democratic (oitowo in.tbeoointrolIer'sreport
.dIiuom. Oct. loth f Palaa., Oct. I7.h : beneath two .immense" -chestnut- trees in de Teifie, of the Turkish army, -, -
(.;rccn a4-b I JacUotvUL,. i t4th "Honesty;" so conspicuously rcsiains from which the means the most ;accurat jAstaUinent! : .lhat Orange,Conn., during a recent thunder stationed here to inspect the'arms manufactured -

D. ,'- :: t- AuiwMir.:- ::_ zdi.i ---- _. _- staring from the poster, conveys* a rather' for a\nit/4)aipjirison! can be derived. could, at that late day, be picked up storm' ligbining'struck the I rees,'shiver* for his government, suicided \VANTEr); .

: .? The First NAtion*! Bank Report. sharp rebuke to'th'e dubious and doubles This, the Floridian In its last issue, de- from_ the fragmentary! financial 1 .tracks,' ing the them grind-istone into many, which pieces,one darted man against was him.to-day Yankee liquor too much for la any part. of Pns abe brick Stnti a 4 pecialty.sitnatJoo lir Either one of orthrearncLUyen. then

.' :: Elsewhere will bo found a statement faced course of pubic] journals that assume his ?and'puts itittf'upon the cb'Mr'y'fllas that! j alone could b9fuundof, >thu!. finanClal' turning and upon which another man 'The army worms bare' made their appearance are capable of taking charge oi'aB kind*of mason wofk
AddWAJOHNoNRu:0 .
;- .; '! of Iho ronditinn orthe ''Firfit, National to belong to one party'sustain the'Iawyers say, in the following: ; doings of the seventeen, years jlovfiichth6 was holding a scythe. 'snatched the implement in large numbers in Washington -! '*'Head 5-Hutel.cor. i,th Mami d A re..

)w Bank of Florida. The rfport i is clear ing Its principals' enough, to fill their Will '&*$>Sentinel'inform '.in anxiiini, \ Covri'iibv'refpf' ?. % from his bands, and hurled it Laru and Webster counties.Ken 13-1o-wt .New York Crtjr.,

with while they public when it was in the history of the into the air with a noise resembling that tucky, and in the latter county especially --: -- -
: and w ntiw?, untjwing that the, bank ha* mugs t1tjaarl'spap, With all ,due deference to tim Floritl- cia buzz-saw lauding it fifty,feet
\ ; ARGAINS;
rnirulnains\. State, that the comptroller., thrpugh, away. have done great damage, all thi?grass :
; .:. t .ojicned with cnod busineis and under oppose the pnvtj's- excessive .honesty- and frugality, never fan, tho Florida i.'Dcniwracy' does ntemti The men were rather startled by'the incident and grain being devoured.
truckle the other for custom ; Fnr'the next thirty'day; *. I offer tr ca.b. ewfre'
to party but were not hurt. my
: xmnlingly tafornblo be in fitualion''as ,
HUFpicetf. Orlgfn&tcrl thought making report: for.ejghtor a judged by -1 'The Charleston NEws says : Ou Tues stock of PIANUS and UKGAN.S at cash prices. This
2 l>v men of cxcrMive wrealth' bdmnnHgid and as,a matter pf, business./1/ '.Low. ten, years)!." The i-iJmptroller's ()ffie their n'vorJ. to extend any strenuous day; the 20th, the water v\ the' Pedee step 1 am compelled to take in order to neet my notes..
and which 1 urn unable to meet OB account of die failure
National Banks.
: : ,,, by men of i.ntonly wealth but Taxes.' scattered. !'. profusely> } over the' contains reH>it3 of;the ieyeiptsanddisburaements ; ; -. invitations to n.' ;areltU Comparison of river had rhen twenty feet arid on Wed of Capt. Denny.. .' -

,, ; possessing cfctenttri: M>ntikin knowledge ticket id construed to be a keen ,uLiut| 1s.re'ery '\earMnte thi'ndt1 thu financial records of the two parties,tv -' !Editor Xew South :Your remarfcs.Tn nesday it had risen forty feet, overflowing *. -C. J. H. OCHUS.It .
Union in'
mission of the State into the ,
; -i '' the low lands. The Chesterfield
:- ni.il xpcritnre, the First National perhaps not undescr.ved allubiyn, to 1845. and the ntiacFs Kateuiyni, is only even'if the Uiiion Hank be left out of the reference to Iho ..security-..NationalHanks Democr. I,says : Thousands of dollars' T O"WHOM '.VAY! CONCRK,

: cannot fail in its undertaking, \Vn will the Senatorial Superintendent's1 recommendation a recklegs' assertion,%whieh"the rei-ords' ca-e. were most seasonable, for ccpeat- worth of cotton and corn have been destroyed '

: ctttntni-nt the of 1OOO to bo added to under the nose of its secretary-editor( -----u- : ed failures of bunks here have made our in'river bottoms alone and it is I have thU day chartered the Seaner OCX LAWAH4.
upon tji port editorially in RUirr .
I to Capt. DAKDI$ T>e boat or
t ', our tu-xi issue. the last year's school tax. "Right and disprove When the, sessions of the ." Whit v/ill! He Do With it ?" people cautious.* As I understand it, so thought the overflow of the creeks will myself will not be rcspoa>ibtc (or any'debts he may

-_ U Justice1 i is n pointed ;rcfererice, to j alleged Legislature were biennial, as was the Not Vilkie or Tom Collins,, b.ut ;tho long as,United States Bonus do not depreciate produce nearly as much damage. It is Sjr bet., H.L.HART.PalaCca. .
'
from toI860
.. ';' What the Democratk-Republican Organ attempts to gain, the .votes of case made to-that iBIS bodybiennially. rcpoits were they respected convertible editor of the" hand below ninety cents on the dollar, impossible to estimate the loss at present Fla..Sept. ,1874. 9-96 inRnbber
but the of most
pf
of and our
Steams crops
,- I.? ; about Walls. Mawbey.. Says. teachers by intimi Jation and removal, embraced the transactions of,each,i1.iatyear. organ ? AVhai- will he do with the new the bill holder is safe, except that in the, successful farmers are many from ten to fifteen and oil xuiis at Buddy's.VJ .

'1 and we inu t ayjs i! rather ihar _FfinA County.Ticket ? failure of the bank it. ,would take more feet under water j. and will bo entirely

!Tlie. V'itUs charge, that that h<>lias favored been the tuade race agnlnstMr. i.ssu an harmless j kes are well enough, The, editor- ': kof, Floridian- -ft t .4.has- the, ;Dn\wn out of his dubiousness by the or U'ss; time realize.he moneys Tho dstr yed., ANTE-'D. '

f last spring, which, with the evidence but insinuations glaring violations of reputation of talking "by the book," her' advertising which comes'from the Sheriff's' depositor,, if the bank retains 15 per 'The 13th U. S. infantry has been ordered

p. brfore the people Bo'eroed' ) W a fact, the law w're' sciious matter ven if"a being familiar with.the. political history office, he already inclines, to the Ourkee cent.of deposits i* safe for. 50 mui-h, from the Omaha Department' to A lady g-arhiate'',e-pertenced in fcaching and lUled1 ,

and which to a greater or less extent dozen teachers certify to the facts "Thepeople. of the State from, personal knowledge ticket, but Mawbey i is the principal owner apil for the balance of $5 cents,' has ti> the SontheruDitrict. in drawing and painting,dcrires a s'ruation !. Fkrda.A4ELfreS. .
.,c'' ban Un Kinue his nomination Talbot has'boei nominated for Gov A
rt-peitted '* oI't" i*,supposed {o.be.a protest and haying, daily access to. the official of the. Union And now what ? look to assets, and the btot-kholders individually E 1C.
:1 has bad the good effect to make him in ernor'oiMassachuettsantIl1. (U. Knight
1,. Ills vpco-bcs deny everything of the against the insane persistence of rec rds. But if the Floridian is correct It1 iVruhiored' that the new ticket is only t" the ninount of each for'Lieut.-GuViTuor, by the the Republicans' 9-13 tf Vabtie.Co'liu iraCmimy.New York

:i kiml. H has been obliged in his public the whole community in thrusting5 a what an egregious blunderer (Gover.- aimed at;Walls, and that Mawbey, having stockholder's -stock' Now, this; being1' '. Spiu CansiBxert wtu(M sale at Bockl's.AJRS.

,- speeches disclaim any such purpose nomination ujMm one as anxious as nor-Milton must havotivn.. In thd Assembly failed in tradingthe influence the the case, it would Le.,pn>per nd right lie v. Thomas'Eddy! of New j York is '

.t; I; well.emphatically. But that and ho did pointedly.not use this This lever is Daniel 1 is to avoid all! public, and official journal of 186 oh page 17 bf the 1iaper for Walls, support in his Senatorial tor the bank'to'publish the names and. dead.. ,- '- ..-s ':: > ABBOTPSBpARDIXGIIOUSE

Governor' message, r.4trring to' the the respective amouritsof stock owned The- next session of the Episcopal '
..._f to effect his nomination, wo do not believe. prominence. aspiring, now insists.that the,Uzzon *j Chun-It Convention will meet in Failniltliia )IS KOT CLOSED.
; -

Alter'the Domination he wapted Some affect to consider thu ticket a pre-cxistingfinanciaicotafu ion, h* says : shall drop Durkee and Lee'and, place at 4d' paid iti. then our people ,could ![ Dr Yinlou. the IVesiJent; of All'reports from uofiie dlj sources to the contrary

white Republican votes, of course, and genuine one.but that tbeorypre-s pposes The present comptroller has been engaged the head of its columns the new ''ticket, judge-or ascertain tjie! responsibility pfstofkholders. the latu.Cuiiveiitiou. ha congratulated notwithstanding, the Boarding-house of Mis.;Abbott
therefore be ignore. i'r knocks over the ,, during several "months past, .inbringin'g io St.'AugiMline rUt open,and a* Ktual.win offer
would .
that -X. his hearers the the
of
respectable men participate on grand success
with executed cut and comfurteble reasonable t
a well representing quiet at prices *
I ladder on which !he climbed, to Us pres-. up,and balancing the books, of, : all MJourners in the Ancient quartern City. 9-5-10'
Congress.
: ; cut potiti'tn. in a public convention with prominence his, department since -admission, ol 'I the Colonel," as he appeared when -

As n party man. who has watched Mr. and zeal and then endeavor to defeat the the State into the lst ilnioneinbraeing through the broken door of the'Unicn. STrLprctE, FLA., Sept.. 9, 1874. Boa toa hoops-and bustles Bucky's.

r i Walls' course quite closely, wo have ticket nominated-,- even if its quality a period nearly' seventeen years. The job office he was contemplating an ugly Editor Xeio South ;-Will you do a MISCELLANEOUS.DOST I ,, '- ,,- '
I come to i hi nk that 1m cares no more for the of Maw labor has. been great(, reqau tLhum- gtfbd man justice by stating that- Thos.Daughtrejv .
compels approval bey's own -- -
:
Republican principles far ployment of an experienced accountant, looking hatchet in the hands of a jour, of.this county .was. iu'no 'NOTICE. r. -
only as
o "O'FF.ICE: :., : ,,
that is S ,
:: .. t they contribute to hU pi-rwn.-il ambition; paper, although .perhaps top, a at considerable expense; the p.-iymeht of printer. way connected with'the murder bfLarigi '- '

.,. than he does for the Alcoran. We may S. matter of business." It is a fifet-ciass which is referred to the LegUlature, in January last,,'ns published in the Sentinel ;ARRWAL AND DEPiRFVREO'FMAIIS' CL.MATHER"nF1ANZUTTLE.. : .

S : .-, be all wrung in this; but ns bad as he is burlesque. with the recommendation that such an A GREAT NAUf IOAL INVENTION some time ago. 'Tlie"error probably : AX RIVE. ,CLUSE. '' -",'-' 1".;- .; __.:__-.. '.

_p we hhoul 1 prefer him to some >f the -- appropriation shall be made for its liquidation The Keto York Herald thus describes an grew outofaconfusionof the names- Northern- and.Westcrii,laily, ioia A. n. auO r. u, r' ; -.- -

,.- *1 white '(ipcecbniakerir that perambulate The Floridian is charmed with the as maybe considered a fair compensatiou -' invention calculated .to govern the action Drawdyand Daughtrey; therformer-, Fernandio and I bri.a 1atr.ad. ''. '

... _t the country with' liioit Union. for the service ret dered. marine engines in a rough }ea : whom'is alleged to'Lave been''one of the Augustine. ukl Falatka-! ._.IOHA'H...' 2ou- M.Saibt CrIAiIIER&cp.: -*

i ; .i Such is the heal'by style In which Governor Thus Bailh the Floridian : The recommendations of this comp* Ey ry sea-goer ou, the great 'steamers murderers. The Paughtr ys are all'a" daily,(ountlayi exccptedj... Soo' r.' 'M'V 7:00' .r.'M. : 'i, -' 5 -
trailer on the subject uf a modification has felt the shock and peril of. ther" rac quiet 'determined and courageous set ofuuJri Key o israrrive tvtry Moo- -- p. -
Steam ; ._.. .... .. .
indicates : t i
-
'OPEX" REPLY. The ukase of ''
,
AN ;
fr newKpaper of the laws ivlajhig: to payments by the ing'? of the euine \hei ,in a.icavysca, ,-far more, ready to assist in the execution" ck.cs everyThursday..;_. a co p. u, '- :- -
... ; i support of lh parly upon whose bounty the Republican Committee of the 2d district treasurer, and a monthly comparison of the propeller is' lifted out of the water of the law than to indulge' in Ei.tcrprise. Mclunvilte; and '. .

., it subsist Such fttcps do not lead to against the Jacksonville Union, accounts between the two offices, are and the. revo'utlon is.four or five times any violation of it.: SiUirday Point,arrives.... .Tuesday??... and. ,4:30 p.'M., .," 7:00 A., .it., -' ,

I : the United States Senate, as Mnrcellns noticed in our last issue,' had ,no effect also referred to tho, General Assembly increased. Instantly a'suddeu cheek, Your.sincere friend, Fun George. V Uow liluflf a nd '. i iilaypoit -STATIONERSr.l

upon the proprietors of that parer further for; their favorablu (o(1eratiou.! brought to bear'on' all the connections,' .- 1 arrive*' ''luesday .. "
'D'
'> sj .j :
: di. covcri and Friday : ; :op. M. -
yet : -
may than to
provoke an indignant"open' The Governor .should 'have consulted the whole apparatus is subjected to an leaves and Salurday .
1 State Wednesday '. .'
a- : :;
: reply, characterizing the address as a i i i intense strain and then conies'the ominous NeW -.._..._-'.-.-- 9:06*. M : -
ftyrK/fari before boiuthado .jiiiiiichis .'. --ANDt; : ,
iU : :
to.ooA.U.
A Humiliating Attitufle-Cov. Stearns KratuitousmlemieddlingwIUillieUmoffabusiness ; : IO.OOA.M.OFFICE '
of the shaft the .
breaking leaving
I J .. Organ Abetting Violence-The Live and very politely informing the ignora'nei11 of public matters. vessel at the prcrcy'of the gtocnj., : LEONCOt.'IcTT. HOURS. -. '-_ -".' .! ti : '' :

Oak Meeting. chairman and secretary of the committee, / Tljen the comptroller. R C,)JVilliams The invention to which allude The 1pubhic : The post-office wiI>l be opea daily(Sun<]ays exccpted)
; schools'pf-Leon
: -:. OI that meeting we); sjMiku in the NEW who arc John R. Scott and Philip \Val- seems to have.bpeo misinformed, as we an anticipative correction of this have opened for tho scholastic year. The office sill be open oil Sunday from,it to 1:30: .
ter, that they have not,been in tit! jwrty its automatic action. It Sunday,base.ball playing in.Tallahas o'clock T. M.,. ? ;
SOUTH as jlollows: to understand its judge from jthq olloVriijg, -which' wo'talc catastrophe by The general and 'box cTclivcres will be open at all
: long enough principles consists air chamber see has played out. The police have
off a pneumatic { times during the reoilar how,except when.tk .mails
On the *Ktrwts after the meeting, aomo and its policy,, The editor of the Union from his official icport: which..communicates with the \s a niade/ raid upon' them, und played received are heiry Jistributed.MONEV .

; bard words and threats of dangerous compares the committees demand to the 1 COMPTnojLLEU's, flEPOIIT.Tiwvirr through a sea-valve and with the throttle several.of thrui iiito,'the, ity'jail.. "- ORDER'QFFl'CE. -' } v }ACKSONV: ittE/ FLORIDA,

i '1 nature were bextowed upon one of the prodtm&tkn of the Dutch Governor ofNew DETARTMBHT, oumouA.kaOnicz, valve of the engine and acting somewhat The Floridian under' the1 caption' of Money, orders are issued it this office payable in any
,
prokrr, but tho of the eherifl WUUain the; TALLAHASSCK. November "'''" pan tit the United Sutes. and .4 o orders payab'e in
prencnce York Testy,- against i, 1861. | after the principle of the \Vestinghouscairbrake 4' Move Political Rumors' says -. Great Briuin,Nwhzerland and Germany 1 he ollowln -
and his deputies and of some staunch his Yankee ueighbors.nsgivenm In'ing's To His Excellency' John.Milton, (Jocernorof on steam cafs when'the* train It is rumored. that Stokes is uiwith- i are the noes of cMnmistk>a; '. HAVE" jUSt. REMOYEkJO .THEIR, ,NW

.. Republicann at the train, prevented the 'Knickerbockers.?'. However the fact Florida : \ is broken: 'This'pneumatic1 jv rnor, so draw as Senatorial candidate at the last' 'ihe money order cffice wilt be 'open' .from' 9- 'A. M.' tu :AND COMMODIOUS STORE OJf

r carrying out of the threat* made. We may be, it was understood here that SIR:Appointed comptroller ,by His simple and instantaneous hr'its operation moment in favor of Walton, who is to I:3uriairvl1rom: f-T& 3104 F.H: '.,I '-, ,

4- prefer not to comment on.the above occurrence Stearns and Walton went to Jacksonville Excellency Covcr'nor" Al. S. Perry,'the cuts off the from the engines ,make -tlie! thing ,go. down by secretly, DoME-rIcuoNay CIDERS. -
uteyrttt 'I I On orrfcnnrfl I '
until it 1 In Legislature Tailing to elect I Hsuuiuvd exceeding >to jcents. : LAURA,
ascertained what for the of trying tojnducoBrp. 1- sTirk:
I purpose by |the' transferenci of pressure the instant ajjeribg the."rlicket .heathen Chiuce Over $jo and ngt exceeding jjo,jo cents. ,. .. .
p backing these ruffians had from respect Sawyer to let up on Walls,but bclag the position and enu-red upon the duties a heavy sea begtas to'lift.the screw trick./It, Is, thought it,will work well, Over_ K)and not exceediwt (y>, 15 cents. '' .
able men lu Jim-city.- It is hop<-d that communication of appertaining to 'said office, December'' Over $aoand not exfeedinj Ji q;ao cents. :,
met by the '5 '
,, open out of the water. The adjustment is [as a good'many'of thc( Stokes faction Over 949 and exceeding! 550,sj cents. WHERE' BE FOUND ,
c satisfactory evidence"will be given that the District Committee, they got mad lttIi1860. such that vhen beforethc propeller is' can't read or"apell.. rOkEICM MONET'OBDERS. S '- ,:, -'
pure rowtlylsnt and, bad whisky ,only and said a-word. And thus' It is On examination of the books I.dis- : .
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never raised out of the resisting medium, and It U further rumored that the Stokes 'On ordei not eiceeding litr', 25 cents., [ ";i t' 1.' --
are to blauit If Was well that 06 W that the Union will continue its opposition civ(red a great many unsettled accounts before acceleration can ensue the throt2 executive .committee have resolved! to; Over $io and not exceeding Jjo,50 cents. ", r' A>LARGER ASSORTMENT:
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suit was made.- arfd Koine of long standing, an4] ult in- Over Jjo and not exceeding % cents. *.
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to Wall We admire its pluck at .
tie has served and the shaft advise the,voters to support Henderson iA'fi J.-.lsLi *
instance ueeii instituted its purpose "Over Jjo and exceeding $40, |i.oo. 't'> it; ; a .r. ". -t/J )f( -
S Inasmuch M we Jmd .been assailed least. many ng'ainVt *that never tax!having olTeetu is and, been relieved from all tension. Nothing when an exchange can.be effected,.sac-, Over J40. and not exceeding>$o,$1.35. {L ..*, j V-t'.h.-rJ .j-'ts .jjlJ OF jixvt :- S'
with abusive But the Floridian was mistaken in its could be and Purman for whom' hey' : J': Si ADAMS,Postmaster' '
language and threats of sheriffs to force them to a settlement, I simpler luqrtisuraniary rjficing, careUot1hIng. '' '''*" -"'* lit *,: STATIONERS' SUPPLIES,,
to the of the visit of its working, and scarcely any invention Jactaouvfllc,October o. 18 4. ,
personal violence upon| the streets of conjecture es object employed a i-urnpute'ht accountant to 'J' n- i-f'-: ." ':ia. ; '
Live Oak in broad "Stearns and Walton" to this draw ff' nil unKettled Tho could afford grcaterssafetyt comfort and ESCAMBIA CODKTr.. : '
day-light; had been city, j> m-connt; '- PLUMBING -' : : ;-i ;.t ,, .)1.iud: ; t. : .t .
the sad) itecoun4tnt ,uceordiiigly drew offand economy to all steamvessels"employing The,Conservative's' 'of .Fens coI 'inr ? ... .THAN IS TO BE POUND IN ;
kein for keveral hours in a state of siege undo the delusion! published in; thescrew. iff d I ,-' I 3 tj
monstr4tIvo1arbecue
produced acconntVagainiit deiault- ,. ,, dnjged a ,on A'th
in a ifrktehuusu surrounded by armed Sc inei ,-that V1U&.colonel XAS 'exceed lag tax colleeUm add sheriffs to .the' i the 7th, 'nnd nominated, candidates' for -- -1-' ; ,: :r 'i; -r .vtrv i'j,. .' :'. .. .' .1 '

i men amnsiog themselves with nccasluoalj ingly popular and 'vrould. take lite'hot' amount Uf one hundred and seven thou TUB MEDIATOR.-This fine steamship th'n Legislaturt*.' '>' -. .COPPER-SMITHING., 'ANY-'OTttER OUSE IN'FLORJDA '

Walton hundred and of the New York & FernandiuiijTJne 'Six-failora .deserted'the. Spanish brig .. .. .. -,- :: .. -.
< tol- hot4.iug; and sifter public proclamation cakes.' Stearns and procuredMw1xy' sand seven eighty-fire dollars !- r- I'am prepared to ejcccule*work "of everr.description : MIp.

lhat WK' ought to te shot appointment as Superintendent and 'forty t-lxfcc.nis* iJmtriediatciy: I rived in port on Tuesda'y evening last tl.isatf.Capt..SiMirambell, list week: -r : i < ? .:. ''. -, t ;ii *., .
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; mailed to each defaulting U*/collector? at'I'ensacola] harbor. 'They wer? cap-, lathe most sati& ictory manner,-and respectfully '. '
we *ai ] very little of the matter in the ; partly "as matter of business1' with a cargo. "Thei Mediator' U&rnew tured, howe'vcr". and.locked *.for trial 1 t -' St t'i: "
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and sheriff his.account,-enclosed with a licit the patrtaUESof the public, 'PRICES- '
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Plt? intending thu-ito avoid i an excitement and to dose up a business transaction' request for an immediatet8cttleni.etDtv! In vessel and .the. finest and best; (hat .ever illO BQE. COUNTY -

thnt would Injure every- Interest and partly to help him to the nomination some I instances-they hkvV res iadedi ran .between this $6rthnd New York. .Monday- morning last,;,}the Rqv'd Orders. .left>-ill?DOBBINS'' *{ ,GUN SH' )P. or" at' Mr.. -5'CHARGED, :'.: .TOW.rtlr'$"GOODS"''or'THST I, .- SAM1DESCRIPl'ION -

.$ bf the State and tu give th. respectable as Senator by giving him a chance nd made remittances, and wbwre they She Is of 1022 tons burthen, arid liasji George' Uright, Clergyman of 2nd;Methodist -" M. Mahony V BtacumitV shop wilt lecejve prompt IN.NORTHERN QIIES.. -,

citizen of Live Oak an opportunity to to electioneer at,. the public, .expense. biive nc/t J have instructed the solicitors carry Ing capacity of 3500.bales of,cotton, Church, :.wa buried, with Masonic- ,aandon.. S'' 2'' -
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of tbe. evur diMrflv any approval of violence and Then Just previous to, the County Con- ng.tlust them% upon their bonds. This and Purser W IJaldwlu,')ateof the New Lo'dgef'of: Qood i Templars,'who iinraber : .*; WM. CLARKE. S - l ; *"" : .

diiatrthr. vcution they came down to add the seems tu have been neglected heretoforetas' York & Savannah S. S.-Line, are" faithful at present betweealihree and four-hun* EINVITk.; ti,. '

.- in H jx-raoiul, interview w iih the cJof Executive to the, tctioof{nduence, In order there is evidence e in thU! ufficebt'any, courteous and obliging officers 'bhe dred ;members, :and they 'turned "odtstrongto ; (RANGE BOXES. t. ., .,", THZATTNT1&'OT '

itN .;llw Utifonvti assured him! the to secure ,.Mawbeys faomlnatibu' as suits, having been cohimeoftid agaiost left for New York on Thursday morning pnyiho last respect to,a:brother -. !' have-nateIA1 jufident to-'make ieirf MO orangi 7 .. -:" <;? rij; *>;' f M ".
officers: in arrears. During the making at 9 o'clock with the largest"cargo'-of ; whoso Christair examples endeared boxes., -This'material Is made of uniform size by machinery
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aZc..cIi] alluded towas noflnflummatorjbat a man of"correct" views upon the oiit ol said accounts the accountant noti, naval stores, cotton, -&c.*'yet takenrby him to all! who had the 'honor of his ,'making a box whfch will hold two hundred CTY AND .COTNTRY'bEALER
wn State and Xatkinal finances U..8. Senatorial question besides being fid that there had been fine. enga sized oranges.. Wilt be sold cheap. < /
upon 'mo important any of the steamers of this On her acquaintance,-Key, JT if ialch. Apply at the UoatSbopot A G. CHAPPELL.oja -
nialnlj,an I arjnimfntative from beginulug accessible to all proper modifying Influ omissions of enirii-s lu the day-book and, arrival at New York, sha. .will befitted ,-- j.- 4-4'i '' "--- 'Bay street,JacUcnvflle. '

lo end. We iwh therefore, to A ences. But alas, they earnest .they ledgers belonging' to the' office, and I up with first-class accomodations'for fifty 4 ChithamC6'unlyj: Ga.i 'ha 'elicted R.E.'LcstefCdem. S -,- : _- .:--i : -

thereupon Ins tuctcd him to go over the pssengers ;aod after her return In about .) for the State Senate by: AMEL'-FAljAxs-; ;AND\TH PUBLIC;GENEKALLV TO OUKv -
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1)31l1uiikJ! !. findin; !In the pfficialor saw, they did not couqaer,?' and then entire hooks and: rectify omissions from- three-weeks, to niake'Regular trips,, we a majority 1.479; for the Assembly A JR S ,- .' it.- '- ,- 1., :U, lu oha-.U lc-

ai/ff ihe iit'publican) party a coreit, they slowly and sadly went away, and the- beginning to ihe-SUlvfOctober,1801., predict, wlll.be a general favorite .wJLth Lawton,,-YI..L.Vanren and:J ,G/ ,-,._,;, 'ifT .iJacluonviU pUVALCOUNlV. '- '

cowardly tind only half concealed apol- they wish It''explicitly understood that Since' the year 1818;there have been oar people.. Fernandina 'O6server Thomas, all democrats. *. Tan, I74iNOtAKKPUBUCrOR- "? v \ '-. S ;.tr

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T !I The experiment of keeping the Office A pleasant musical soiree was. given B. BrowdramTUctr\upe4e Y1RlccLLs r .1-j -. I t.i i: L q-I ,- ., ; ,-; : ::i t'.lr: .:"_ 1. -\-" ". .I ..

i "..r N.Kutc. Ocrom ,o iS I.open on Sunday for one hoar.only alter by Prof. Ochus last Thursday evening at expected here tffe luLbf'Ncnber.oMlfg&grapeg ;. AKPCLEAV1S A/TilE POkT OF 1. I .r. .

poit-OfBoe Notice, ,'12 o'clock.bo !tincfng the; cburch.agoing his Academy of Music, far the purpose ar l n.g..t".1ift.r. -JACIaONvtLU.A. ?Loati.a.: ; -- -'l------1--...*- <. ,'. TtJRNITtJRE WAREROOMS. i\: :

M. hour IO-rhe 'assorting and maffing I' people, the rpsOffipe will be of introducing. to_" tLej'bio and patronsof cents4>ctpofindAtGate! 1 J fJ. .,. Yl' f'arfpl H :Bmt-1Sup.. -) i- GASH RETAILPRicECURRENT.1: ( 0 ,' .

nela.-. :. .bida" this city ,are the"Up open on Sunday M.'tol:30r.M.The the Academy .' who has "..Cbartm 4 =* 'T.1r. '.' .
-Camp about a mile from Ocr S Lbtie .,
.. meeting .str. BakP. LaRose, Fresh 't. -.._' '
aai daDa' order office will be recently arriTcd from New ..JEo 4hcd.e.r -. .3C
money open York. About s.fIIII Uahcre. '
.u.--fldleeaIL i'cc. Brooklyn commenced last Thursday-. Oct 1.1Cb. 11. W. Drew CIapIa.1eiai .n- .. ____" _- DAVIS &DREW.TPARLOR : ;
from 9 A"k.to 1)30?..\I;, and from S to fifty people'5Were present and a .ecb Helen -
" llIfrlftc!: af} A. very r-No ting from Mawbejjsticket: Augusts.Jo-tan.New York. .a <.;' ; :' ,, ', -
., .'V, nfce of .' jOct TV JCB.U.,jy Smith,SmkhjNew Yoa.tcDnaL1 FIdtueMaILttac.t.4$5 : > ;; .
cIIe Il.u-d; 'I: .P. II.'nn.e 4o'cIoekr..t.- treat music wa'. given; Owing tanse why? ,,Nom tL/ ff- f'CottagesI a.a.u.urcis .. ik ; ; "f.} .rtt
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.1M,-_,_"._.. ODSuadaY.1ioa. MoO Office hours on .week days, from 8 A.M : to the absence of the other tichers," the'! -' I cottages T Cottages_ .: ?,.,SCH| Et> .McDonald,New\'. .JUo'3S 1'jot'. :_to I ''!'.: .. L'.. .I..-. .. '. .; ..1 ;'. : ,;. '

.I ,..' .._tIC.\1Inhcr*BO.***C.** i. the, maOuv room to .,'lo 4>t:*:, and from6SOto7:3O ln full' 'programme"" was:,n6t!"'carried. ;..pnifProf. : is file: cry of many new comers who desire ; Iar.caThoco&e3yt' >...- ,.1. *' ti'!r--,_' -V, A---"f_* .., .,,SUITS._ I.CHAMBER." SUITS.',_"". .lJ -

1\cn.w 6f tbePosl-OmceDe- the evening. See advertisement. Krizek, professor both Iristrni M. EplOLC I I .. .f ', .. ..
.m lp10reca! to tc6t.s. i uji>u A --.J at.7 A. II. r M.and P. M. -
mental ; 9
Pfl4Wbcopc ptmted pfmauer; "c .---r Bananas and vocal music,'more. especially' -Another cargo ot brown stone is aiiy;by'the Signal Ixnric U. S.Annyii Uis city. ,Layer R4-uuisjbs--s.---. :i' 1.00 ... :" .- '.. -.'. : < .". ",.:'. ,
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fur orntLccyiIbe) the Post open OSc. win be To. fchow what. ,maybe done by a little, the latter, displayed its', talents: to fine being laid on Bay street, soon the paytng- =-=-,r-I. ..r 2._: WtAd. .:. If.caawaoPe, ..1b. .1'_,, .. ',' _,; __ BOC.. .MOSQUITOBARS* _, ? ,;. ;,., .FIXTURES. > :" ".r'r .

*( ev jDg. f* the .peaal convenience OrIIoriIC ., advantage; notwithstanding'he_ Buffered,.I along\ the whole block will be finished.. n.UQo 2 I ? W ? o"S' : ; .J"- 13 ., ,.. '. '-I.., ..- ', .. ., : :.rH'.
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bare and perseverance we cite the exp iy : f = soc .
_. from e3": r3 f- severely from a heavy cold The Professor -Rumor has it that Mr.Oscar Uassey "": : *' a ." -a' ,' ,' c. -. r- ; *.
}. S, ADAYS.l'.atm'. .rence, of our' neighbor Mr. \\rtaJ certainly remarkable r I' S* z: 0 t I : oa.pciJ'v, ;- : ISC- : ; \
1 possesses will have use for other baa his present -, ;/ i A ?" ? PT' trt, i I .. 'DAVIS' & DREW Che--
Religious Directory. Clarke, whose p ace is on the East bank talent and culture,in music. His performance bachelor quarfeVslafter4Koveta1Ber 'lOlh. T J.l6V"30 *7' T*' "& Geatkr*o.oo CJear Sugar Cured Sbouldcrt''per Ih__ c SsiL. "* S8i- ."ASuits. S
Parlor1
Qfthe about four miles } Wed. 11 30.0. 6784 N Gentle 0.'alr.. Qutfftbt '
th. 1.cad w.W pub Ja. rda' St. Johns' fron .tpph:the rthwa: no.vel:and. What., aUeUl, ,the, people!, .Matrimony ." .'a' a 30-03 .t 43 NE Fresh 009 Fair Young Hyson Tea per.lb_' ._ f5C- ..at Sofas. ; IPariot
iCnder. services bti"u. from the dty. Last week 'he'old thirty .' ::307: 6.'NE' GcntIe-e.o Fair ,0usW .
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Mich Many citizens1prevent. 'S&it or preliminaries to thai "effectaboundethjDQ ,: Thtt t. 3or.o 6T 'to-NKvGenfie" oDoJ'Fah997 Oulong Tea per rk- _'_..,,_.._' j jc.- Suits. BAY AND. LAURA. STREETS. .
'. Friday Afcernojn.1 lunches of well matured bananas Parlor.. r
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.b, 4 O .nt1pIsyed4 7$ *S NE Fresh ojoo Q'dy ;- r.. i.. "
Ic fo. la *'. Prou nt EpacopaUpuval street headJarkct E. Bigelow; a dealcer: ouTlay Street. all 8 de.s., : j "J> / .. ',: I.I.I ;"T ,f r'?9 9i 4' *1 CnUiAQjoj". : Fda Imperial u pev I' -. .--" ,-- Suits .' &. Ft,*. ilia.. .r -f
K. H teller, Rector.. Sunday service* n A full corps,of teachers hAve been engaged -John T. Edwards TrI: o 7 ft 9. 6- frt Oo*"N E-*O'dirfc' o cd' Gear 'V :1I;VZ c .r\ /,:- -
.i *.!, II.; **"*. at "# *, at.. TridKy. I Three years ago Mr. Clark planted announces himself 19.89 80 $8 NE Gentle 0.00 Fair Gun Powder: Tea,per nV".?_/. .,.-1 ,nn.i|.00. : ',_. '. f"0 ,. .
O' 9ervicc da)'. at S *u- Ibis season by .Prof.pthnsj, :anflbe I '
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Schoj at, r II l lit a dozen, banana roots and the Oolong ANo.I.perlh co.r j
Paritlj; .u.Jai pJ ut Jad.01I\"illc.9 A, M Se,vkci In Js determined_ to make his i Academy for the Assembly. .,., I .;- : .. **
) the results EXAMINEOUR LARGE STOCK -
IfldY at P. K.St. above are apart of of his lit I- ; ; _: _- _. .
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Lag j.ckonviUC. MethodUt ewc1'Epi% coj-1(south).X. E comer of Music a perfect success if time., money' -The interior of the "National Hotel I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.OTTh JOC. v .;_,. ." H t "{..," la .. ", :; ., 'ILJ.i'l.'. _

1piinIand.1'.1&1. JIOewua; : Kv.J, 11. Fitzpatnck. tIe experiment. .. T and talent can accomplish,it.J .. is receiving a-coat; of paint from the' ._:. I.DO ', : : ..-7' ..,.'.. u..-.-_. ,.

.het JapcWcarMf4 Chu.:1a a'nd H. Mr***. Sudden'"Dea. r., .>, hands of Codper &Devine;' 'Qnite I :'T>EP<3RT, CONbrrjON ,._. Peas,4 cans tar_, __' __-. .., ... ". ; : ri ;- .--If'/f. .'4IA l..ow : .,

aW,. Wbildeta. por.. Serrfc* -y Suaday Penniman's. MilL ., 'transformation '6V ; ;, ''. :. i. r.<..;, :. ...... ".,' .; '' ot1".. ._ .
is I of the FIRST NATIONAL BANE .. -S-4 "
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hi. ,.o.doekl1IIatS. Mrs. Elizabeth Ticknor, mother of going FLORIDA ._ 181 .- .101 "
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Own* D'- street be- During ramble through East.Jacksonville atJ cJLM ijad 1' .
.Laura wrfwARev..M .Brown.Pawor. Mrs A. F. Styles and Mrs. C. W. Blew, -Since the iiiie.di sli'h ie'betn dlSJ.i bones*,Oitcbw= : :" : i I C-Con.caDlb. ua. .' 101 ... ..- 111.,
hoIic S W.corner Church and -.Mrt.h&btPi' ,recently, we were,reminded, ;"of tributed i RESOURCES. : 101 101'"- : L1.; a
died at the residence the latter in ,.over $500 have beep deposited : ADd all other in the of &
F.arI1I. 6 ; HtghMauatioh 1 ,.. goods proportion at store 101 ,
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the rapid strides forward East Florida is in'them-Corthebenefit: ..' 1fa'l'h't I.tausoaDd .dw.0 ; -_.. ;.If s88 I' i :1i.caZ :' "f 't 0:11",

1:4r: U\-1ra'.near 6. FTh&n\.. re.UrrTu this city at 4 o'clock A. it., yesterday. making, by the necessity of and the : ) of, .DeW., '-. .J r, 5J Due;.from DOll nolCQlfC and ci&ro""tw3OpIO' 'j :I.! JOHN B 'ROCHE..r. .' 101 .'. ... .".101'101lei. -. ", .. ,*$&. a

-"'. ''). FJrttor.fini ofr. wJ Luon.trecU. She had not been in good health for demand : J _' ... .:. '. Due from other redeeming National*reserve*"*..-..agents?*.,?/ 6,169 A. 83 to'ix ,' 101 '*.-._. .., ... Ml-, #-*',, ..,-t "
baptni N W.coracr e several days considered by builders for the thousand ;Gco. A. Peck, Esq., left for the Current' expenses and taxes paM_,-_-o., ..s$6 II '. i U. .IIfI. : ..
NmnI0Ja.1..5IOf. though
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RC" C Premiums i 101' .
A&. N' WMIItcS .U'W1o ReY J. R. recovering, when .on 'Thursday r. M. and one patterns, ofpIaned,-and turned North last Thursday. lie will purchase r ,Cbccb milt paid rt .miiinmtiii n--i 3.IS'750 oo -F.-'f .M. .< : 101 %V 'Ifti *'.. .., .._ :

s.-.r f.. ..- last the was sei&ed'with n paralyticstroke fancy wood :work whlch>nre: manufactured a )large, stock of croeie Y"and Chinaware ,--KB of od NatloBall&uSltZIillZ tg. otFractional 4.,. .. ,., t..J- : ', '' ',. 101 101 in 101 ueioioioioD -r.-
fmcluding nickels f. 1I-T
= Penuimah's" currency } cop ft> : ; .:,: .
at Tears : : ( &.D oioioioioi .,
Cover them Up. ago, for J S. -- Legal CDdcrDOtCII] J __ oo 4.Jr ,
entirely paralyzing one half of ; Driggv "lIp1O 101 .. ,. ,. .101 '' IJ. "I
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We arc glad at .h'ost.t'? Bee that the as thc style.: their archUecture, ..towst'anding u r.,1. Ob y.- -- ---- ,:i ,_ av'-i I < lOloo DAT $ft DBKW,ealOl :.
her person,i froni'ihe;effects of which "i -The itReguhur. Ami-Ring..RepubIi- ',1So'J8tS4. : 1' !'r' Io1oIowu--.101
t ut rather.Cosily LeapuT clone will'testifyj; house's were built LXABrUTIES. : i yl.;*i .' ,..
tnsfghlly site died before mentioned. The can" ticket -with'-Hemes'ty! No ,. < .A >- j.'t/ 101 lOtaao FvaJII'I'Vn..t01 '-
as Ring Capitafsi c1 "* '". ; .
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HOLLAND ,
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more with an to protection' of the jdo oo .. : 101 totIOI r' .
rumored Bay street KJ long eye \f' ., ;, '
that )has funcral look place yesterday.Me.S\raimcing' Low Taxes'riGIgh\and Josuceh' for its Other undivided s yjaj ':_'--- Oi.s--] ; Io-J. '.. ft ;r {v.a.-, 101 JOlooo W..OIIISIIO eoalOl :. "
Inconreiiience and the occupant from the "weather; than" to National Bank JIOCQ.QWI''( f1I___nyc do no I j" '' : 101 1Q3a------J .__...1.1 : 1i '
,
la ihe general the officiating clergyman, and the platform the latest humbug-* Individual deposits_._. ___ 11,377 46' : "VATCHMAKER 101 JOIOiOIOlOD.V.oIOlOIOlO1 .

f ial discomfort of one of.our corrvh-, body was .forwarded byexpress to Mid- combine the idea' of ;interior comfort I IAnother ticket to Ue put in the field, Demand. .certificates< of depasiu, .. ____.' 5'ooTo JEWELER. ; j .. '101 101 101 151a. : '

1Xfl4kfltl, i b IwSng( covered out:(If sishtbT dlebury, Vt.. ', with architectural beauty without. .But I whose origibatortf .wlll altoattind!. .. al -"_-_. _1S.9I7 ,:; -<*- .' \. ;' .a 101 101 101 III 101 101 101 11 '.V! j t. ,
Comer Pine and Sa. .r'
authorities. of late. Scars .buildings of'a, differentoutwardjappearance.bavc STAn toffI.jAMisM.Shoemaker.Cashieroflheabovenamed& "C.uiiu w DuvAJ..; _" I Bay ( .. 11 101 101 IlL :!u
t) ihe ._ f II' : taxeslt dihnestyYad all.who belong JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA: .." 101 101 101 101 "."-. t .
---- hccnjsought < .....
-- : .101 1011.1 101
Work. A Card. to the ten zeDtanliEirig.Hussey bank,do solemnly swear that the above stateagnttrue is 1 J01, .' 111 !: ',. t
Good Temperance for which thus necessitated the establishment to the.best of knowledge andbeliet. '
The fruit of Florida my --O 101 101.. ..
thal5Iessrs."tt'eusler, Faulk- growers respectfully : | & HoweU are" 'receiving jAMfcS M.SHOEMALER1ahfrr; 1 ,. ""
\Velearn -and cordially invite the fruit -' ota_ mill making{be,taanufac? Subscribed and sworn to before.me InU 8th day of New WatchesDiamonctsPlatedand 101101' ., ..,
Jewelry Pocks
growers :101' 3ii'
awl\ U'hihtkT, whf luv jtst? relonifil their ta.Us c k r bppts ;'anj| shoes. October,1874. _''. lot : f
tell ture of fancy wood-work a specialty. In .101 _101. 4
Tempcrancd mlsSicfnlo of LouUiana Mississippi, Georgiaand War 'a new.sty let-shoe is principal in '- :..COAN.,c, :. '- "I .,. _.
from ft Couticr Attestr "'
there willi Alabama to a Convention of Fniit Mr. Penniman's mill can be seen turning demand for beside being sfyl hl1 wear r.-W.: C,1IOORE .- \ ". .: :.' .Sotid.G: Id and.Sit'Yer' :' -.- ._ : 1 r" 11J

St. An ustin",met rood suecess. Growers to be livid l at Fulatka on the lathe ,.'awp.,pjapers} ,&c.? of th weU. :. CHAS A. FAIRCHILD I D'IeCtoIII." Ware etc. '

A rrmsiiij: meeting.i held with most recent ;and mechanical ", -..:. ., r l AM ES )I.SHOEMAKER.], .. .- "
impro\"ooi
Sovembei"next ; THE FINEST AND BEST SELECIVf
of when the
10th subject
,
ol Sons -,Sheriff Durkee bus removed from ". -
pxid d efforts and a Division; the nforange culture will be thorough handiwork, adapted to the manufacture '* RR1VED. _: 1. ::' "'_ -J_ '-, ., :ED,IN..THE SOUTH '.;, ,.!-f!
organized. Bay street and Uk hirresideneeln A. DIAMONDS PEARLS. AND {PRECIOUS ,
olTcBipentntc canvassed and of whatever pattern of woodwork, for '. STONES SET. IN .. ,': .' 1 Ii
ly a permanent society
p- the'exttrior or interior of buildings the the Sadler niansld 9 J qif 36earfyttret E;: I f r.ru-; Y hifh are sold FUSE GOLD., :I.' ,'
The Steamer Weybosset. organized. The Florida Railroad and The house has been repainted and now heap at BUCKY5. lo-io-u. '

to receive the 'followingtelegram steamboat inanagersTiiave' consented to I ingenious- carpenter- 'architect may Parlor RICH PIADT
We are glxd presents a fresh antl,neat appearance. COMPETITION -''- ->, Suiov Salts i ikChBmhr "
: carry those who wish to attend at half conceifef; and "beside! manufacturing to -This winter, Mr. "J. L., Edwards ; /; / -EftEp.J; fnii'fa//-' Letters Monograms, and Parlor -. sandSuuA. .i .:'
order in an adjoining building is kepta at the Great Southern nizu. Fancy 'ngrazng,done in Sute.J
,
Oct.
1S74. .
FEUNASIHVA., 9. fare-full fare g' ing, returning free. will open a general ticket office for all io-i tf .an artistic manner Parlor SUBSTANTIAL I ow
ADAMS Correct report referring ftock of manufactured material which Sidza. Suto. :
J. S. : of Louisiana Mississippi i "kESlf .
Papers
SUPPLY OF BL'K .
ALt
She sails Jroui companies conveying passengers by land F ACAS Parlor o..a.-
to sttararrVeylwssett. : the! purchaser can: Eelect.fr9matrcaii. Suits FURNITURE. Swser-
.
GoriaeandjMbamipleaJe copy. : ,_ or water.;; 'EnterprisiogtffabJe; } ; possessing f ,
lilt!
ixirt at pnvolungty low prices at u KY'S. tFTHREAT .
Altogethet.tb1s'mi111s-\n
ablc'figures: 10-10 ,
toniwrrow.W.. S. \Vooi>wAun. -- -- a thorough business knowledge Standard time by Chronome. ,:: : 1

-, Incendiaryism. institution that does credit. to the State. especially adapted to his particularavo- / VARIETV jeT. ; rated by .transitobservations. .: ._. : ,- -

Late Trains. On Monday morning at 2 o'clock, a : **
cation, it would a difficult of Gentlemn's underwear We are prepared to offer our .stock at.
prove matter
The Trial astonishingly depressed
Swuie new cre\v seems to b. loose on nearly finished ho (vilued..t. 300, oqi J./". Arson ." pncesTat BUCKY'S. xc-totf *' -"' *tt
In last"Wne'wc to find a man more adapted fulfill the 'remirkabylow! prices.HA .
stated
the railroads. Fur the pt \Veck.i.,, the Trout Creek, Broward'a Xet-k, belong- our the arrest '.'=' I.:0 I.
and trial before Justice Coan of duties required of,a:ticket i agent 'r4" C.I.LScARFS.! I) i Acnrr ro.TH*CSLBBKATED BoB>t AMD .
train; bltLt'f'n late and irregular. ing to Mr. M. L. Droward, was burned C. O. tt-j f -J j .j-! 'i.:4;( f 'r,, :' "TJ_ .- :. .: Coc.'J'I'OISlDl WATCH. %
(:' 'l.
the mail two hours late. Livingston, charged 1 with charged be- i er.-r-i and Neck-cloths be bund BUCK Y"S. :- : i -t, t
Yesterday was by HO iuceiidiar\\ .Until ,tho ferrctting ; can .at -10 tCLDi .
,, .
The Concert for the Ppor House -4"-' _- \
in accessor td the folium his ) XJl$
This was caused by the outward bound out of the cowardly perpetrators. ot; the ;" }' attempt. ) BAEMOSALS''
5ee-hbus lie then At heldor the Linen and duck suits Bucky sells. .. "
which thrown was put under a meeting purpose'named 'VIS & DREAV
train of Thuroday! was .contemptible act by the detective who i is I .

from the track; at Lake City by a misplAced working the case up we refrain from bonds for $ OQ90, Not. .being able,-..toprocuru above, the following ladies were consisting IlUcxx's.of" -tbs latest and. .mostly apjrorcd\ te-iotf style at MISCELLANEOUSPIANOS ', I '"_ .&.

fwi i1ch.' _that amount or,not desiring to, elected a Committee to visit the'ToorJIouselandT'Iisb'urse'thTprocced.s'or -. .". .
giving the names of those on whom suspicion DEALEXS IN 'II.r .
asA be was placed in the custody.of the con- ; "Hie" BEAUTIFUL-FALL--' - ,, .
and the motivesof
rests, instigating ___11 .
Sad Accident.We stable. Concert given by the Ml: E. Cliurch. All kInds of FURNITURE, CARPETS
b the ladies.
The Zcmbia
the crime. To the_credit of the neighborhood and Boulevard are the MATTRESSES WHITE PINE WAL- AI.;
'learn thLt.i1li.UD the writ of habeas' choir for the benefit -lateit agony" tot Sunday and every day wear, a'EtcvY's.
rfgrtft M 'On-Tuesday a corpus ,of,iu. ,-
be it laid, that all good citizens iYIDat.csJMrs. L lo-iotf NUT. and CEDAR LUMBER etc. ':
liuls l'Ir..1I1 hll of Archibald was issued and he taken H. L. J Johnson E. "
_two y Judge speak i in the highest disapprobation of was before "Miss. -. ;,* '

fell from the UI>IH.T piazza of his lawlci-eiu'Ss. ott tbid\iud. .which venLul its ,Chief_Justice} atidall I :; '' ''Here' the rg- Sirs. O. White: Miss Carrie* Sampsonand CALL, AND, EXAMINE., JACKSONVILLE, ruu .', .-

father's house on the evmitig of the 8th spleen on Mr. Broward. ment that theaf&daYiVchnrgYng Livingston Mrs. C. Ferby. '' the Basket Suits- -,nandsomely gotten up. and decidedly ht

Instant and fractured his ihi.h. Drs. -- -. with! setting fire, and, aiding abet- Since the above meeting Mrs. D. I. nobby at BUCK\'. lo-ioif Latest style straw and silk bats at Budcy's. "iiM '

,
\.J.efieidr were soon ir nt- Benefits for the Poor. ting the"setting fire to his t>wrf building, Grant and Mrs. E. Howard, have been NICE TEEDISir SHAM TALMOT l-m--:

teudancn. and t
of relief and the child is doing well. that parties having in their hands funds of Florida do not make the burningof JEFFBET GRAXT, Se t ary. :1 "

-p for the benefit of the poor would confer one's own building a crime, was ably Jacksonville Oct. 8. 18U!! J5& ': : BOESKIN1 PANTS ';'.!

Duval Agricultural and Horticultural discussed ilr.: 'the' L* 'M. fII 1 f S
before bj Cooper attorney.
-
with him
making expenditures, .. -r__ very cheap and Fine adClothCoafsuBUaY'S. ;
Society. because his knowledge of the wants of Judge Randall rendered a verdict re A ChaUeng ) \ Ii J* .4'<;*aai la-lOt P R 1C E -R.'E D U, CED-.l"f IM1"

llembers are notified that A special '. ._. S'1.
::
the institution would aid in a more judicious leasing the prisoner. We the second nine ofi the*Jackson L ATESTTALL'; STYLES. ;. ,.,:,: '
tneetrejtrf the Society will be held ut : : -_ ;S .-, \ .
of funds. He would ,As.. oon as he was, discharged, Livingston B.-ise Ball Club do hereby challenge the .
investment of ., .,; t-isrd
the usual pl*cc. the Florida Land Agency I Genu"Silk aad-Fur Hats, at hiDing prices at ? &. ;-' <1" n ': -' <'

this morning at 10 "o'clock. Full prefer that no money be placed in ids' wa&arrested' fan the'charge of instigating second nine of the Atlantic Base Ball I BUCKS %ic-io tf THE BEST'IN: THE W0RLD..i .

hands but that it be invested an attempt 'to burn his own Club to pisy a friendly i "ame of base .. .'. t. ;
atletuBc6] is requested as matters of so by II r- ? Q1LK A DAL.PACf\, j jUmbfillis .i-1 < : .
.
those haviugit in their possession, after building to defraud the Penn Insurance ban on the grotthd of th latter Monday ))4 ", ..I' 'po" ( ,j. 6.- -ORGANS--PIANOS. '" 'i'U?J.
importance in
the excursion
regard to to ,
,
BUCX.VS,and at starvation '
B specialty at .
l.
FtrotnJina require attention. advising with him, that, it. will! .do. .the i Company. The warrant was j issued by Olob"cr1tI l it ro'l l'ki'.i. prices 10-10 tf Having associated myself, with the largest Music WILL LAST A' 'LIFE-TIUEft.t"

most good and be be not liable to the i Justice Coan. Livingston waived examination J.Bouc?, Captain.i House in the South I un now prepared to sell at unusual B ,

Removed.U accusation of having misappropriatedfunds. i and gave bail in' the sum 'of CT- > / : : igcT"Have 1-.IAPSON low prices 'for cash or by small monthly payments ". _. w r -1>
.
the Knabe. HaDett ,& Davis ft Ca..Haines&Brod, '' 'Q
DIED
I $5,000 to at the next ttrm- the I -In this city tn the gth instant,Mrs. ELIZABETH : : -i 1'
B. Xuight & Cu., have removedtheir i appear" U. TICKKEB,widow of the late Myron TickBcf ; opened. a first-class' w.P.Emerson a the Southern Gem Piano r also,,
large tock On Sisters visited :the i Circuit Court' T : ,--' f TThis" Mason& Harnlut and Ploubet Pclton&Co. Organs ;
of cigars and tobaccotfllbIflson'5block Thursday I Esq., Middkbury, Vt.,in the 71 st year oCher age. SHAVING SALOON, 3 5" .00or "O' .
case hWexcited a' great interest Easiest terms ever given. Call and see what I can offer .
Holmes1 block house, C3.ITJ' oS ininy nourishments'for i .' ..Hf.n-
*oT ''Pine' ,where aB the modern in the way of superior instruments and low prices.7.2g4w3m : .
In the community and attendant circumstances AND OTHERS. corner Pay and streets .
kxt door to Bernard the inmates and found it in n' better: TO THE TRADE .
&
Co. This wholc- rt
appliances.used by the best saloons in the country can.be J.H.OCHUS. :' TMB.cLXxm.SHQNINGER ; "T ; )
I Jutvrtcehred a consignment of Brandies; .. c '. ,
it 1 .
ale firm have There make of painfulinterfst.- Dy- totind. : "
bten condition than "
: fine bu was expected. \
doing a Whiskies Rums &c., all from celebrated distilleries Tickets.entitling the bearer to eight,shaves for sale ; 2'
lieu and have prevented many n dollar arc now twelve paupers in the institu- the kindness of his Ilonor the Chief Justice and pronounced by conoisseun to be'superior to any far lijoo; eight shaves hair cutting and shampooing A C RD. -- ORGANS: :

from foing into foreign sources, keeping tion. we are enabled to lay ,before our in toe city;which I"offer far sale at low ".' Those 'I.so'I. . .- --,. ; : :. < :: Ii )I "Q

it circulated in this city. -_ readers a correct copy-('his ruling in wishing liquor for domestic use call Sad. none. better. \V YORK AND NOTICE IN DAILY..US'Z.. 1" ;,.

Public Schools.JACKSOKVIIXK. the case: Please call and examine. v'i / :' : ; To our Exchanges Publishers and.Printers,afl.j..* if '.., : ;; ;1.;."J'{.
p .
-
Good for McGinley. Oct. 9. 1874. ,. In'Ike'Matter.of 0*,.IqM f1I.9r iJ1ar I.-IO.st l.flToci. -jackaoswilie05ia Bay StJ. ,' '.. 'j .. : ., '- ",{'t'i}

Editor yew i South:-Please allow us 0. Livingston for .a fDritoiHa FERNANDINA! "- : One best ssoskal talent oI.i. rr"4 i
country
Ve take from The Sotith the follow- columns for .: 'TO,THE-VOTOLS OF DUYAL COUNTY. -' -. __,'. THEANSO-i liARDV. f
to use a small spare in your Corpus. ... ahcse Orxans.. Toe ucest and best. Ken fcr,
g first rate notice of McGinley. of the the .fot1owingV would like I would most respectfully announce myself an independent STEAISJIIP.LtNE.-- "' ; '. t i r'
very BEFORE E.;Mi R.u.'DALL;'C.1 X: ., Latest :'J
Grand ". "I .. .:. J, Improved money and gives better tirtsftctlnn, thcaaa.1
fiinfidalg the General A.RmhIyofDunlCOUlltJ.
ratIonal and Kimball House: much to learn from the School Board Republican tat ,. .._..

THE KIMBILL whether or not the Duval graded and The petitioner was arrested and is held (, ( .f ,, T' PAPER AND CARD CtlTTERS.I .' BOW. -__. They cost-.-the ,, _. ,;'w 1 .
HOUSE. (
The (
-l'f '
nropriewnof other schools will this.fall. under a warrant issued by:a, Justice of Respectfully&C-:_1",1 ,, .) S\ : : () ,","H. <
public '
the Kimball House hare closed reopen tho" *Peace him fa '
charging wtth'having JOHN T. EDWARDS. E"nu. and, :
Orchestra
Ileliefrotn October We have now lost a whole month's time ; have resumed numi&rtnrB and ute of these Cfneerto, CI'tIIIt..tl
1st 1874.for twelve the nighttime, wilfully and maliciously LaVffla, Oct.6, Is74* '"lo'ytd'v T FERNANDINA.:;bcr.s.374.p '
1" jIT.
months0 to which we could have devoted to our Machines,with which my name has been so long. -- :
George the .1 VI(
of -4
Cr& National Hotel McGinley.Jacksonville studies at schooL We are glad to learn set on fire, and instigated .and abetted A" MILL 1 CWpfl .1 MEli-IATO-R4- 5'A uSed,and so extensively circulated for the past fifteen -- :: ,.10,
the fire with intent to -
flotid*. Mr. McGinley is well knownughout that Rev. M. JSwii'mf wilTact as.Principal setting on bum located on the banks at the St.Johns river and yean; and fit itacKnu and destroy a building known as a storehouse .. / r Etostrated Catalogues _by Bail IpaId.ay.
could have CapcSMrrH.1c ; iUtatnUtd circular .
thia term. The Board creek be leased mrkt4tjAnrn my
the South hotel McCoy ,to to responsible parties by '. -w&i
as a popular
owned and the >
JSih.H will take charge of the Kim- chosen DO better man. lie is "the right occupied by accused the month,year.or to.panics. .desiring to saw by thetOIA2IJyaItbe ,mik my unnu tuul.,. m tJkcttif. address,trpon appOcaricn to :: :,
The Board in Jacksonville. This appears by ; : : :," :.r.i.: ,: ; ,; :: va CK-SBUR-t/. Iron-Frame PAPER.CUTTER -
Roe man in the right place. \ My latest Improved
.
on the 1st of October and .
d :
the to the and
return the. questionto
'in ttulfetain] the proprietorship of the will oWgerus very.:'much by letting us writ CiuvaTiJIG uaart., : CaptRUDOLF. t ,jf",! with patent moveable cutting board.two'ali.sted tempered B.'SHONINCU I CO.;
be determined is .
whether f
Grind National. We are satisfied that know. : We ajje'respectfully,: an offense : f .1i4' r -t knives and squaring board still holds Its pallid t;...

*". McGinley IANr-Scnouns. either at common law under the THAT SODA FOUNTAINeLFaJI1$4byL ;WEYBOSSET- BS the JAVOBIT* Pun DTITBB AKOMG PBMT- New Bavta. CMM. -.'
Is
ci competent to the task Statute,has been committed lithe chargeis In t i .' ,and the best machine hi the market for the. low
ics
keeping the Kimball We hare been asked the above tt ; J : LuSTER ,
Dot House in style [ que. true. J" ,.J \.; r.6oaJll i j .Capu .1 price charged for it. ,"
01 PUrpassedin. the South. A number lion many ..times and for:our information At the common lawthe crime pf arson 4' \ ,. ..: ; ;:: -. --i *-. /. -' Swiss BunCa and white goods of aBltiad* at ucky'a..
titizeos These sail from New York Pier..North JJtt 'Wntrti forty Card Cutttv BTpr #-M. -
visiting Florida, have is the malicious of the house of V HY-AND KISSENCEN.li steamers : .
stopped as well as that'or the public, we burning, 7 /, Bounced the Mo&'r'lIDLUU'Cug tumz In iba "
lax 'Urnthe; splendid know National in would like to bear from :th'e' Chairman another person. The burning of one'sown Many on riiniia/ ift.the:morning t complain of B bead-; River\ ,. ,,and. from F naadiaa Railroad, Wharf every market for the general oses pta printing office' I DEPOT LUMBER'YARD. .14'' '#*' ,

GinlD1'1 what Mr. Mo building,.unless,for the i purpose of r ache or iceling stupid. Agai'Icbyor Ktssengen *",. .Co ..'* .* jt
FIFTH DAY. Card rw :
do. We of the Board or the .Superintendent.Ep. .- I Tlu 11law' mylatest
welcome .
tOth5GLCjty. him back destroying the buildi g or property of. i from' "'rs" Mammoth fountain 1 la Li Favorita cures ( i *- Iz Improvements stiU preferred by many printen -! CqNfRACTQRS.AND BUILDERS

. -- T 'r- .] ._ : .. -- another By the, is Statute-not a crime.the ,bnrning: e 'TV,'off 9118;> ;,all such, unpleasant, .,__sensations.______ ,.S,, .". .3-Ic. .1.1r '. "For.. .WgW, ., or p ..a&upp'r.. eo-- -.,.. .,''. "'.,- .and holds Its favoritism over other machiI'I'' .wnXrro. ,.j. .""...i '

PersbaaLofu The Palatka Fruit Growers' Convcntion.The own building, unless.done, for the purpose -r .: OUR ENTERPRISING '"- ., -HERMGELPcE. Ageat.tz For sixes and prices,see Illustrated ruu.Asso&ciizirrorDRESED .!tlf

lW. Sw committee of for destroying the of another : Frienis Mettrs-'GatO,t Co..lane seemingly spared BO -. ; -, swima-'NewV, ; Shipped direct from the bctory to any part of the
arrangements building
lm' . ,.
CashIer .
oil. Branch i ,. *
e 1 .b-rrVitIMda.b : -""- -- -- --
*Fredmin'1 the accommodation of'the 'convention or for the purpose.of defrauding ,anInsnrance ntWudngh OrW.:.}. wodDwAD.r,: : country-- AND UNDRESSED LUMBER -
;
: Bank, arrived from the Company. ijcret ep lad dty. 11 S.admire4.,4' .,_cad' Orders solicited.Bud caa be filled by reno MOULDINGS AND SAWED o E i" -.

Xo .ith bia fa1iUy. 'Eerf J. S.Ewaim'tIZrned. bave changed the, time ,of its meeting to Neither of the offenses is'.; ; :charged .tljuoda&o tl.T., biafl ,theiadito: bethcb I Repreientu. *CHATER'. ftKIN;; G.,. "icaas. '- .' ,. P SHINGLES, '. fl'; .
:
'- ., ,. ,. ar remanding Florida.. oddJeIANSON.
i
the request 1 IQ, HARDY;
the 10th of November next, at 1
: ... against the petitioner. If-any. remedy r---,4---t- __ : f CHEAP FOR CASH ,AT f. '
of the up-river delegations who is necessary for any supposed evil to nWYtTtc A'J < T.jeotem '' Aubwda'_ Mss. : -l
y; EI1. 1ea yeS for '2ew flow from this condition ,of the law on O' ,. II V) EP.UBL1CAN MASS 4UEETINOS THEDEPOT LUMBER YARD.tj
today.11I. thus will be1 enabled to avail themselvesof A Vtiu-crn oB.St JoWi river Ja oCctsd foriak.iW ., -
the reduced Care on Cu!. Han's.boats. this subject, that, rcmedjr J, $ .with,the othi nost desirable place in tho'vidnity of Jack'sonVnte D GnIu-oe i.- CmizeeisaucetIngi HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. Lumber delivered bi all parts of&.day Bad vkmtey;'-.
\ '. I and at landings OB die river, Bt low HMB. All at.-
Bach tho diflenent _on she,foUowing
J esislature 'anout will be held at precioca
: I forplanting.
ctmtafnlrg'st'- ready
returned home last acres
extended.aud den atttatka
receive .
Invitations have been __ which cetir. prompt f
thllrlda 1. T'peUtio WI. S.llisc1.; from ewt_ Tot particulars,apply. at the counting-room dates..at HE OCEAK* HOUSE LOUIS 1. Dt1S1f G\ .

f interesting papers; or addresses.ar*.expected ,: 1y UJidel'th ':.' .So, or oTuzswSoia. .' ". ,I JOSEPH JI;DURKEE., :T :' .dklatllSM4.Tk.6.t$74. . ,
& aCb Haff lefl for .E. lL B.um.A.LJ C. J.: w' "7': ., tt '
a month' from the following gentlemen: dered. .. ; XEE d "
aad' JOSEPH &
trifc fcr Senator, B :
l cato
: : BUILDING. ..
the : :.aC ; i 1 .
Nor ij yesterday'* train. M A. Williams-"Cheap Lands of Oct. 7,1874. I ALFRED GRANT for Members of the..Assembly.ad JACKSONVILLE, BOAT
.
.
"'_:of tbd manu&eiare the
.r ImporwL. : other dUUnguiihed speakers will address meetings .; "
Alderman s. B. Honda." Vj ;, article sad au lower pruie : : : : -f .y : >
Hubbard. returned B&ifl&fl. en always be bad a better a : A.G. CHAP.L :- .1"
-hh -. Vxated Ba4 Drst-cfatitB aO IU appoint-' .
family o Rev. P. P.'Bi4hopniedranffe: Ftare tbaiaay.other pUc La thE ,dry. "at c& Co''s?;-Z BALDWIN.r.; ...,-. &'IQ I Centrally : "- '
Wednesday last. The'first nine of the Duval,J3w Ball ',_. THREE M\LE\ BRANCH ; ." 14' ,- 11' = '
I I ; wfll ren nopendoringtheSumBwrmonths. > ; .B AY STRErT.BparthrChJ .
of FJorida. 1If1: : : 6-rJt
Mrs orge ;: ;\. $/ \ ','" >. YELLOW BLUFF. .** 'J ,
-
"
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1alcConth" at"9A. .
spetadin who has been A. L. Eicbeibergcr 'Bananai.*' >' : Club will, appear promptly t : MULBERRY GkOyE--! .' ", 06 .
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Sn In full uniform the ground NANDARIN.------ tS "
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"irJz Rev I JflTowlet'drje. l Col BisortiBent f Jumber 4zea.cdcad BROOKLYN--------, .SI -, .:
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1. has arrived home. tur6. ,: .' ';3., '. "-'.<:" ." of the B. E. Lees, to play*ihe a cod jtnj pa&t .'ii.ibIkS. ,.-.. Bt lb- Depot HANSONTOWN_...,...._. ._.--_. ..-- ,*81 2 ,*PER. DAY, or *t. PER. WEEK. .
POTTSBURGHJACKSONVILLE .
FB oBoes built b the .
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En pp, Deputy County Clerk E. JI. .. .. ; match came of the series with the Jackt t..aabn Yard. Order to be delivered at laBdiac M _,- ." ,' ...i", ; ressonshU mad*with permweM.MRS. Every dawrptk' : '
Very .
arrangements wg MtJBmaf3 VMy '
11 Muon-c'Uelolil'f' > I
& L "'* J"4 "> 3 ., ., ASTJACKONYILt1-- UalaBdskaiuJssanBer. pisnBhM __.
theRlrefrecd tspecialBaeation'l .
tin: tour In Atlaat Ga. 'v. J. Woodward and Myron Strong .on. of diiJcl y. AddrCM J .' <: ,*'; .1 ..,', Lovu8ItcuI LAVIO.A-, ., T *IJ I boardcn., ,. .

se,. s B Darnefl "Transportation. '- ? ', \'.. TONE MOTT Captain. -t.4 : c ._ ,.4 M,BOWES ChairBuuulEFFREV .' C. L.BUltmCTON.'jacksonvm AND vAcrr ': -'
Iiasretnrned from ,J .0 : I." : GRANT Seottarf .iJacksoaville FA. SAILBOATS .d $
a trip) j .looking CoL F. L.pancey-H"Insects Injurious IX: .J .-i-, -. X f. A '' .. ICE c.UIThat ,.Oct...''u., L lt o-tf *.117153.. 1874- .:< ,

J Ju. } .ha1e.and hearty. to the Orange." tit "., ...s: .. .n il&.i t-i-The 'fSUrer,.fiprbg>.,wUi..makp1 herbitwill'not all acknowledge *>_ superior to uny Cftbe -. ,... .,_._. .. an suffidendy weD kaow M a rmt MwBcrsBStomyski&asawoiknUA lit:".P

! for the X.'rldenberg" .Cit, 'Tr8MUrerjesttrday. .left A. J. Bldwell-' Grapes."i -.. --..; relar JIlp.:2"" 9.rt. ar, wa.thI6dcr 1 .PJcruR.ESqWud lIt.woon I BICE' ,REMBUANT PICTURES S.y *' **" *"*,Bt**-?WOOD">>"* .*.v BICK,.. "their. : ."h ,
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: } SEMr-Wfe'EKliYv1\ AckSONVILLEf SATURDAY 'OCTOBER 10 1874. ,
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A New_ and Wonderful Kind,of Cotton. GENERAL DIRECTORY. : ". .H ; -'--1 ,' ,.-.. .- .r 2 .:. _. .- T "I .. -- t.--b'i. ._
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'. PUMa! ve v Adoi/lni8, ) a correspondent STATE. ; THE SINGER: :/:: ,',: ;' '.r f:.'; ." '. ... 1.: ...,' ...i, -.de j;. ,i. ;' '. -
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U oemo'-t. L. STKARXS.IJrutanant
of the Chronicle and Sentinel, who GowraorHtcrrteryof .,' 'FLO 'RIB SAVXft&S: BIT* .,.) -
State-S. B. McLtX. TRltTMiR\; ;: .
has been ruminating% flown' in Southern ; : .: ,
CnTr Comptroller '1 OWGILL. : ; AGtAIN ,* 0 .ANb'REAL EXcn'XNG: "? LI .
L \ ... -C. It. FOOTER.Attorney ..ESTATE .,
Georgia' ,.an4 a few rnlles J> : t
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Adjutant OonenUJOHN VARNCIC. -.1..t- ... .
the Flori&a/liiU lefts wor/derfuf t' Co enm'r.fLnd.and Immigration. EAOAN. ,'" .t ..- ..-; -Jd _t ) I' HlJ: ; '( n thERID BtJILDIG t :
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OflICZIN ES
tAIEt71l
1 ,tory about a new kind of cotton lLatt Superintendent! ('-of*Public. ILALBERQER.Instruction,C..'GIBBS.< .' < /-TItE"I"; ,vbREb'sJ ':A W RI1.t:' { / : \ JAct30YtL2* h.jufi us;sSf. fJ, _
faridoKW'TftbriJ .
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;rlc U hercky-Hvea Of ) Saving Sam nd tsa14A4Vd .e.uIiiI._._ .
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which he thinks is destined to put all BUFBEME COURT. .1 "h 1J1 .1-I with the prindpatpUee business In the tki dJ2CkOflVilk. .
Chief Ju rtce-E. M. AND 1L.Awociate : -, Tbs oedtnof the Florida'SavitajsBanV to'afcrd to those wb6sredeshntil of uwbigthdi money the I o. [; kh;
. : .others to flight and revolutionize i the Jttntiow-J.D. \\'E ', ; / / AdAtN"R'EEIVED"'B' : ? means of*aejl enployipf*at*good rate Interest,to.b**' vested,.under the'direction of weB-knowa'dtjaens. ,. tA J .
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}. D.VAN V.A.Io E DEB.O.: .. ; ;. ... :AU .. i. AT.HOMEl..bom..ectlritfa.OC.en-ho..alue,
t. entire cotton culture.1.1.9ic 0 rk-LYMAN B. FOdTKlt : &H'>Hoviutr-The;regular hotrf tat shad bo IHn,ocio Ic ai m.. .fc o J b'klofck.p'a) If. ROBINSON
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CIBCUIT COURT. tj-i?& W.RLDS FAVO RI PE/ : daily;except Sundays and holidays,and aolw.fDeM p; II;" -

;: L : .everal miles over the line to : .Deposlts::;wjfl be.entered la and also IDa book to be given to the de- W1IOua.u.a A SZTAJL,
;t lit Judicial Cireuit-W..VAN NES, reouooU.Id _"' ..., jI 'IJ pocIt r This book will be evidence cf his or herpropcrly.' When moneys are withdrawnJhis book must be DRUGGIST
.
*- !t'e 11''sr 1ecrnenccbtron; / and l'1 P. W. WHITE. Qu'ocy.ad" : i- .., .,;:,;: ',. brought!to the Bank to have'the payment entered. Depositors may take out the money themselves, or,In case ,
;a 44 Wm BEYSON, LIT Ok. of It will be their order witnessed the book. ,Deposits
: assure of astonishment when absence or sickness paid to properly and CoMpaaied. by Hoeg'a Block
Hay K
you my tlli" B.B. ARCHIBALD, Jackton- will be Wpald ax say time when called fol1.'when there is a sufficient amount in the treasury uaiavested otherwise .
;. I predict an entire revolution in the Till. SEE THE FOLLOWING ,a( the earliest practicable period lit toe order.Hs which they mat be calledIrTuST.lntercst hti JACKSONVILLE,' FumlbA.
6th JuJidil Cir alt-J. II. QOS*. Oo*l*. at the n u of seven and Ihree-lemhs per cent(or two cents per day oa be paid
f : .. 's"tn
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of ,
that
preaeiit growtlj], article-! ,growing nth .JT.IAGBEK.T.mpL IsuaU* : remained three bombs of more hi the Bank,to anMtalty I COSIPOVJrm1f h scJU
:::1t ? h" I.W..l'RICEJtnterrr : : >nom A mcutrv.TS" .r
MACHINE SALES
out ,of this Astatic speCies, now SEWING 'the principal thk&4UIt rfAc --
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-' OFx8'a:, JOOrr U to which nothing''l1 be'a'&kf ltf..hfdi snaO have remained V
being raised upon a small scale by, DUAL COU5TL fof: for idea years.shall cease to bear loterest.. .

! MrrVHyacJt. ,U minger.i at .Soap C'out.tr1odp-W. A. UcI.EAN.Clerk The T.ble-ot Sewing Marine Sales for 1873 sliow that our:safes last'Tear .OUDtC&:to 34 uac11; Accotnrrt PxYAKJt TO'Hnu.-If persons" die who'own money in this Savings Bank,the money will' DC EARNEY'8
being a large increase over the sales of the previous)ear("ra).. The table also show that paid w their legal representatives.. -
rii Floajinjj Springs, in Florida, six' (fCoiirt-OAR HART.. ( BAKK BOOKS.-Although the officer!wuT endeavor, by au pos>ible means,U>prevent frauds,yet all .payments LI. _
: *sbiff-J08KrU II.DVuiEE.t. to persons producing the bank-books shah be valid payments to discharge the corporattoa} : FLUID
EXTRACtBTJcH
; ; miles irom the Georgia line. 't$ ititor-'t' A. McDOAJTELI*; OUR SALES, EXCEED. THOSE .OF ANY. ,OTHER"]COMPANY'. Cmu".EUDOWMSWTS,-Parents or gaardlans of minor children may deposit money as truteee fof the

:: years stinre, Mr. Bellyminger Two'l County.,nrpr ttoieitnr-CU-: J. W. HWA1M.Ae U..- 'SUilllEEB.Tre benefit such minor until they become of age,interest upon which may be wlihdfawa anoalr/or added to
the ..
t; :L in a letter from his or-J. C. OREELKV.Collrctor ,For the period named, by the number of 113,154 Machines,cI nearly SraciAL pnadpaL.Eauxwsisnt'PLAIC._Peposlu In the Florida Savings- Bank amounting to |TO during eacn year for a U f
; ; M PET:B JOME8. termoltcll JeaIII"'W Iea1re the depositor a cashpcymeut ol"pooat iSo end 01 tM term,'or proportionately
$ : ; feed, They 8u Bup'Tinlt-td fir Scb-wjU-C.F. 11 A.WBEY. ."' '.' on Imaller or fai&er nnuaI ifepo&ill.' In case of aahilicy to complete the ten annual payments, the depositor

't4 were obtained in the far-famed Cashmere Auction-ert' L. Barcb.-.C.Hemming, II.-A.D&ia'sn.LL .. ; -, vjDpUBLE THOSE.OF. ;ANY .OTHER. COMPANY1 I. .. cali withdraw JIIe amounts already paid In.Upollll.vI.&three moni&nodce.together with the accrued interest The oaly! know fcf
; 1:1: ; 'I" I thereon. This plan unlike ordinary life Insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture previous payments, remedy
Valley in Central Asia Publlrs-John F. B. T.
two Rotary O. Hamrl Knapp; ; ad offers safe and method handsome endowment for tl .future friend,
providing
a a parems'childr
fiinher; the of l larger beyond1'the saUs'of othet easy
8. It be stated that fc$es 1874 show a relatively increase',
p Kelt*, O. P. Cooper. Chas. 11. bummers w. O. may
since-this or the depositor! IndlvidualJ,. Sfecil deposits, not to be withdrawn for ten ,will entitle the depositor socerdScac
years being jhe third EJwin) Wm.-1.1. b'dvith.E. M. makers than W. other year/ For instance. In' we sold more Machines than other year BRIGHT'S
Jrffrej-s, Hlirvins. ny tSp 45.000 any corns DISEASE
for Jtntllt tkt in in favor of
.m.a.c/re4 deposit payable ten designated.LOANS.
.1 year of cultivation-rebuJtmg in ten Cheney,Thou. 11.Mazvy, J. \V. Bvaim H.Granger, pany; whereas, .In 1873, the, .sales. .were-.. .. 1 "- .-All moneyi received oa deposit shall be invested in first years mortgages' real any and person personal property in ,

; :acres the present 'I Iscix I afonce'jjrgcstcd Jo Whltnr ts. 11. .1'orkee, C. Ccdnngton; W. L-Cun* ,J. W. -.i rriism this State of at least double the value,or In other ample collateral securities. ;: .." ; .,. .,. .1: ic
; !. ) IN' EXCESS:OF OUR IIIGHESX, COMPETITOR. RsAtEsTATt "' corporation wilt act as tniittesior the purchase and tale of real estate or the renting. ., And rGl ruae4,.
Commlfri rTn"-MllfS Pi Ice E. Fortune '
a namewhich, waspompt.- U.Ooiin-y II. Uor*.T.S,Eolis, R. Jones. ; and management of estates and property generally*.*, jL ,V.*iyJ f.i''J If"1, < !j -'i-- .

} ? cd by its similarity-jo qur.brahge tree; Justices of tlii1 PeaceA-W.-. Sampson, W. A. "' that IhIe4'tIe JAMES rtl'PAINE, SAM'L; SPEARING. JONATHAN. .C. pREELaYJ.. f GOUT GRAVEL
1873 "
These all the remarkable the principal'companies' In are ,
: BummctaU.! c *.Townnd. Henry O. Tison. James figures are more reason V V -- .President. ,,-Vfc Prsslo1eBC' : Treasurer.VV STRICTURES.
and the Mr{ LESS than their sales in whereas, baa been shown. sales have LARGELY INCR EASED.,Tlua .
owner, Hyack 'Bell'min M.Wi.on, M. 1'. W. L. 1872; as en> ,. DIABETES
' ;1 ; Ch"l'p..tl.\.lJ. Philip sales is from mad.the of the Macl Patents.. It will hardly bedcuied .1. DYSPEPSIA
4, account of sworn*tun owners Sewing ,
I Gordon J. F. Rollins /. "
ger, luring pleaseU witJi the mej'I Conn ABuealng, Wm. ,
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} : W. Uenard. that the superiority of the Singer Machines is fully demonstrated all events that their popularity ia NERVOUS DEBILITY .-'

will hereafter be tnoVrr as the Asiatic Purveyor Chits. F. Smith. household is unquestionable; '; J- -., a DROPSY? .
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1 Orange Cotton. This Inspector of Lumber-II. V.MooJy.R.W.Cone '. ::. ,
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tree '
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1..1.t Pnc. Jr.ConiitabhaO.. OE-SWORN'SALES ; ,

: ;2, having now its fall growth, I is, about H. Mnys, s. Wl'eon. J. Smith, J. STATISTICS. : : iCompanlee. ; : :. .: j .. V .REAL ESTATE: NON-RETENTION. OR INCONTINENa'ot'r.
J. Ftiibos,Jsmes Lane,3. II. Drown. URINE. IRRITATION,INFLAMATION
eight feet high, atfjf.Will'1' a.bouLrnatch .t' '
OR ULCERATION
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'POe SAIl IT Tnt : .. OF THE
r in size at the .btftt' end J Sold In 1873. Sold la 1871. { .' .11 .
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: OF JACKSONVILLE.1b0rl'ETER '
.. :, ld-fashioned.'spt4t.l: chair CITY THE SINCER;__..-_" -. .... .P'M. -I'; >, .(,t'i'9,758 ;i" ease. i: is,686 FLORIEiA' SAVINGS,' BANK AND REAL ESTATE.. EXCHANGE. ; ,
>oUora 10NES.Alo14orml'nU.
.4 ; tapering A.THERA UT.E. W.'DBNKT.A;J. Whee'er &Wilson.Domestic. ._;___.____'"9..! 174, Decrease-. ......... 'SfMO. BLADDER AND KIDNEYS .
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: ':.' gradually; to'.tjflop; ,)1 hd) .is of HU -SELL Vf. WIKT DOCO L A 8.WM.M:B03T- .'.'..;.:. __ 4O. i. .49.554. Decrease.. .9.440 .The'"Allea'. property; one of the finest residences' In the State,with,ao acres of land on the shell road one ,

l' very enormous strength and elasticity, VTK.K L. i 'LICMINOJACOB HUFF. A:J. I G rover& Baiter.._- --- --__-!., 86.79 5'3,0'0 De ; = "15.831 mile from the post-office. Beautiful river front boac.houselarte grape vineyard, too orange trees,handsome SFEMATORR1ftEA i .

' I I -;i 1 and wjjUW'ena'lJlies'it! to: sustain'' the UEK ILEYs 8.8. HUBDARIXMarohalK i eed_-_____-..--.-.-.. ,11.760, 4>r444 'Decrease....-.;.:.' '..675 bam than:Doc-half&c. House has 19 rooms finished throughout In the best manner." .Double. .piatzas., Will be" sold a V, less.
cost,on terms, to close an estate.
't :. : \ heavy tight of fruitage; lo which it Clerk-W. II.FORTU&w' i11oIi".__ _-_..._. '25.247' : ,: ,16,666 Decrease___: 3,49fo A tract of 58 acres of easy land one mile northeast or the city, near the Moncrief Spring shell road. Well located Leucorrhoea or'WJiites Diseases of die .

: ,is subjected. It, is Trensurrr-CIIAS. FIUDEXBKRO.Af Howe______ .No returns Estimated) 145,000 Decrease..-.-.. r bnildlag lots or market gardens.* Price >17.50 per acre. Gland Stone In the BLddeV.:te.Cnwd.J'ro.lnle'
,. :! planted in hills Co llector-! -PHI. n.LIP SIMMONS WALTER. Cold Medal-_______ 16,431 : 8.897 Decrease.. .. .,0466 The Riverside House," Brooklyn, ten minutes walk from the center of the city. One acre 'of ground, dust Deposit and Mucus or Milky Iriedttrz a,or
fifteen feet equidistant to fronting the river. House contains 18 rooms, in first-class order. Pricelncludio&furniture, .z..ooo-
give room *
( ;. Clerk of Market-VfM. AEVIN Wilcox&Gibbs:;.: _____ 15.881 / 33.639'' Decrease___ 17.758 Several houses and lots, well located in the city Jacksonville. 9-30-tf
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; for its spreading! branches, which run City Pbysicrm-C; DRKMT,Jr. American;; B.'H.v; ___.__ '.4'S is,930 Decrease.. .. 4.748 Vi -

I.. ;, ., 2 out on all sides six or,seven feet. ilASOXIC.Solomon B &Howe_....'...:.-..... '3.QI9!: '". : .4.9f Decrease._":4 c88 .: r. ". K' A R'NE'Y"S:

":1 The I leaf i is the only feature Remington Empire._-...-.___ 9183; ; I' .' ,4,982* Increase'Decrease___"' ..*>.. SAVE I )
closely t/oJee 3fo.JOM.. Bowes,'W. M.;'CII_ .. ", MONEY SAVE TIME TAKE COMFORT ..
: resembling our Eliot,fee.; II, K pman'Tre ''Utgular ou-etioga' Florence....?-- -----a.-- 8,900 'J ..793 : 6.833Davil .
j 1 common plant. I Island Id Weduesdnys of each month." _____..:. .. -' .'_. ,88'r' .,. .-. ;i' '. "..376.Deciease...;. ,--':' ..S"S --. p .: _.' ';,.1". t ; EXTRACT $U HU :
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must reserve, however, for another Duval Lodie No. 1 i-K.'Wai-ga'c. W. 31.; B. H. Victor __._._- Dcceaae- I ,
7.446 .
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& D. Jones '
1 letter Webster 1 ; Tyl-r. Kegular meeting "
i ; much that I desire: to say, and lilt and 3d Mon.liys of puch month. BI ees- _-.__._.L:___ '. ,3.458 6,053' Decrease -. ,995 ; ': Permanently cores'all Diseases of the ;
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; :. ( j peak Dnlyjof tl#'grown,:bolls.': They Jacksonville Chapter Ko. 12.U. A.M-J.$. Secpr.__.__.__ .-_ --' '3.3<> 3" laaeaae.3..ta. I ROYAL ''

:t. '. 1 resemble very .rnuch in:size'jnd! color M. E. H.P.} M.Bores,See ; D Jooen,Ouard. Hi-g- E tna.J. E. Bramedoff.___ 3c.11 4.a6s Decrease__ I... PORT R.Rti .. : BLADDER., KIDNEYS, AND DROPS):
: ;
I ul rntftings lact Hijiy of each month.. ; ; .' "CAL'SWELLINGS' :
: r.1 1 a large green orange, only much larg- Daiuanvns Commander So. J- J.- H. Driggs, E. ." "- ',' .. -, ,

'., '. .: .l I er, and are attached to the limbs by a C.; 1)2 1. C.Tue Davfcin.das of.' each ICeoorder.month.Regular meetings 1stand OUR, NEW. FAMILY. : MACHINE .1,. 'j.1. ,. rh__ 'ifi ." : i-----: Existing In men.womcst,and children

: strong stem from one to two inches STATE OFFICERS. t j .: : : ;. I., ,-" t : >. .

,, ..;';i in length. When open, it contains rind rind Deputy Master-Haster A.J. EiiMell-D. O.Jactsonvllle.Wilson Tallahassee' I Embodies New and EssentIal P.Indplct-SIIIIPiJty Construction: Ease of Operation* :;?Unitoa1nitj'ofActloo Precise ;j'r: :: '. : NOTICE_ TO T YELLERS.' J" .-'. '". .;: NO, MATTER; 'WHAT THE AGE
base at any Speed: Capadtyf or Range and Variety of Work Fine or eoanLEAIG V .
at trie of .
the boll 8r. Grand WArdeD-K. Jordan.Ftrnandina. .
small 1 cells '
I !n ALL RIVALS BEHIND IT' ; '. 'r 'I / ".I r! "
". ; : ( Jr.Orand Wardl'D-E. Wasgate Jacksonville: .' 51ftIeaS: OnSouIcofKcara.j
.,:; our;.oiri fivef L seedwhlph I might be Orand TI'1'aFurt'r-D. L' Oakley.I.'ntlCflUo. ..- -. .. .: Extract Bucbii. wo more'than all Otlaer .
ihehus
: mist. e for small Orand Hrcretary-D. C Dawkins Jscksonville. COlllbi'
( buckshot. The ; ., :
j. ; rand Cbaplxln-Rrv.John Fenny. .. : ." ', '."
; \1 lint)- in picking, 't lea vesTthe seed in Orand T'llr-Da\'id Jones.JaclllOnvlllc.DlSTRIC1 : Price One Dollar Bottle '
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: TEST THE SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING ANY'OTHER ;Passengers make Close Connection .' per ,or 5 Bottles'.for IWDEPOTl
: Dollars.
: the bur, which, of course avoids the .DErU1Y GRAND MA8TKR& i .
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Ut lJiatriet-D. 0 Marianaa. I
'" necessity of and AMprman '
ginning is thrown ; '
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-'- Reeves Chattahocchee. TERMS EASY PAYMENTS ; 'J-7A"1'/IE ; W.DUANE ST.NEW YORK.
.LIGHT. : ; : V. .
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/4 4 as packed, i into packing. machines, so II. B. Taylor, Live Oak. V .

K I ,:.\ thfe'adi4a's gathering is 4tb" J.8 Dripg Jacksonville. >, (\ .. f : : /: ;. '. '. ) A Physician In attendance to a ns cr'omspoad JQ
W. 1L Ocala.ith and .
pressed
'' : 6th" Long -- SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON "J. : give advice grain.------- '
'. .. I'. into bales the same evening. M Z. II. M.pon.Orange Spring. ,'. ,. \ .

10' .". When 'lLb" .Frank Uranch Tampa ,., efsxm STXMr'foa
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within .
'. one or two hundred STATE OFFICR OF O RAND CHAPTER,K.A.M. The Co V Arm r V T rAnrHuts. n. EK
.. :. '1 yards: of this field I asked Mr. M. for rand Illxh FrI et-M. Bowes Jackionville Singer Manufacturing ;; 'I ,.' ., .... ,'. ': -;,-'

a shot-gun to kill few Deputy Orand High '.:t-J. tf. Criggs Jacksonville .. I.' .
:, a white < ,
: cranes, No. na ROUGHTON ST., SAVANNAH, GA. : ROYAL ,
.1 PORT RAILROAD
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as it -V. -TO THE .
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; m.edAo me Zherew4s an un. Grand King-B.O. A1d>r3U>n. lisrianna. '
". cofomon number; of'i them Grand ULrD.._ HiiorvT Uaua perched- Oratd Treaion-r W. A; Young Jacksonville. fr.F
:. 'Of about upon small trees.U You will ODD FELLOWS.F GEORGE IV. FRAZIER, Agent : or Augusta Atlanta, Chattanooga, Memphis, 'Na.8hvi1Je. Louisville ..Cincinnati NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED'

.i 8-i6tf JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. ..' ,: 'J '. and, all North South East.alld: West.
: not have any use for a gun," he ,!& Lodge Ko. Wm.n.Cook, N.O.; S. M.Tucker. ,. ., Chicago: points ,. .'. -
.1.. ',/\ d. It. 8. Bcgular meetings every Tuesday P -- : '.;", 'l OF BOTH SEXES.
.tepi! /'What see is the fewopen.WUs ESTABLISHED? .
r1t1 r Lyou: tii,Lt. 1868. .. ,' -*
of/cotton 'and TEYl'ERAXCE'SOClETIE8. ffO CHARGE FOR ',
fJ are not ADVICE AND CONSUL.
\ you : .
TRAIN .LEAVES DAILY : M '
r alone Duval Division Ko.l-Henry Kane, IT. P.; Oeo. ,, ,AT 9.30 'A. 'I'A 4 4W i.

I ., :.j J beautiful supposing coast birds them:" to and be sure our w. Frazicr.night at R.Udd 8.Feliova Regular Ball.mettlogs every Thursday A. K.: P.ERC.I..VAb.\. : :S i Ji; ': .. .... i '-

: ,enough Jacksonville Lodge of Good Templars W. 1-.P. : : PASSENGERS HOLDING TICKETS,.Br OTHER LINES CAN GET THEM. D*.J. B, D.on. "uate or JelCl5O.: Mtdk
nearer observation .. '
proved Ward. W.C. T.; 8. A. Bensing.W. K. 8. Meet every I' '." College..)Philadelphia authorof
.1 ". ; hiarcorrcct The..toUOI.11ulfg pen Wednesday evening in lloen'a HalL-Sd floor). "'. .of SUCCESSOR TO J. H. CROWELL.- V'Ci; -:/; j EXCHANGED (thereby.avoiding in Savannah) AT can be consulted on all diseases l..luaWew"-of the Saul ar Uria.
dant Kewue Lodge Ko.2, I O.O.T..(East JackfOtllU) ary (''P-, (which be has mode aacswiat .rt! )
from :.the: boll, three' to four i -B. Ji. Web.UT W. C T.; O. U. Jones W. R.S. a .- ,. ,.; ", q'fi'" either in male-or female BO natter 6c m ..l OHM i.
inches Meetv ry tvtnlnn at Grove 11& Ie lie U' ,tho ahellrowl BREN'S fgioating: or of how
in rolls TICKET lung st..dl A of
as large OFFICE C. praowc" *
"f.f as a full-grown I biidge.. ," '!yl- 'i .? J1H.;. 1 '. : .. years enables him ta neat diseases with swxes. Cure
Bologna sausage five rplls the lolI. FIRE DEPARTMBSiT. ,' Kuarantecd. braes reasonable. Those
distaoca
Jo ) ',d.. i'. rr' '' al a
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: I looked amazement and could I Cbie Eog'4 r-J,mesIL Iloey- -' : 2'r' BULLSTREET, SAVANNAH; GA. .1 can fonraytj Setter describing\sstptosss'aDd ewbWt

., I 1 ., .& -Joseph Uartyck.Stram .. 1p I .' ., ;!'j'1. f. i .. stamp to pay.postage
: .' scarcely believe in the reality of what L fire Engine Mechani.'*-.Tooa,J.Mott Fore l
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\v "- I saw. man. \ : i .'"U.J\ t- V : 'V ; :.!.i .Sead Car the Guide f/fXt; Price iocB.
JEtna MtMin Fir nrin| -VTilllam: Bays ForemanlAltwt .. ,. ,
I : ; : I asked how much Hose No. 1-. C. Vaivlorgriff Po"maDo.J'hceniJr ( .J .' ,tit STRICTLY RELIABLE, INFORMATION, .. FURNISHED., .. '. 1- : : : D. V
;cotton wilj' these .. J. DYQnV--.M. .
,. hose No.J-A.J. Uus e.I,Foreman. .. : ,
,. ; ten acres produce. I was answered I Atneticus: hook and Ladder Co.-T. A. "Wilson. .. : PAPERS u .". .
Foreman. ;I ; !!'i ', "DAILY ,. r. Physician and S 1 4 Duane 5c.N.'V.
; promptly, one hundred bales, or a BiKKS. w- _____ ::. :

) : : bale to each row of fourteen stalks. D. O. Ambler'1 Binkiaj' House, Bay street,T.U. .;.." ;. From'lhe following cities on file everyday, FREE.TO EVERYBODY Boston, V

: : Mazey, CashierFimt .-. DEALER IN :. : .,
4 : This: he. continued wasthe :' New York Philadelphia, Baltiaiorev San Francisco, Chicago PROSPECTUS
Kational B ink of Pine
average orIl'loriolat corner
.: production last )'ear. I continued by F Fortrtu stk., Jas. 21. Shor-mnkt,C1abler.nOnLH. r l.J* 4 ,St. Louis, Cincinnati, and many others.: THE -- .

; ; : NE\V- YORK WEEKLY HERALD
L.4 desiring to know how much to the Orand National Bay I r,'ccar Julia,Goo. McOinley BOOTS SHOES LEATHER : Quick Tinie'and Stirf Connections*via the Port Royal Railroad.,; ,

han4 could be picked ,in one day, and I prietor.Metropol'txn ; .' JA1..S '
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: .rasr in funned for >nrnan street sear By,. J. B. V ORDOXBENNETrPeotearoc ..
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grown 450 TogniProprllor.i :
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::4 pounds of lint (thercLbeing seed Oooaji Hous Ocean street, near Bay Mrs. O. L AND FINDINGS J.' ':01 -" ,. .
I ." no ) Domn t.on. Proprietress : A..O.'JIUSSEY., JNO., W. .H *
::\ or bale Broadway an f Ann Stretti.
one was regarded an easy Fiori'ia Home corner Forsyth and Cedar streets -

r: ..it dailjr! \taifc. JfovT. gentleraen what t \T. E. Stockwell MituigCT.FEDEKiL WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND .- thiSSEYH. The WEEKLY HERALD Is published every Sat.
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\: :1 hive saickil true -' HOWELlJWHOLESALE onlay at five cents per,COPT .Dua1.aubicnpcloa.price .
I I Ii Are we not''rapidly OFFICERS.ColltoCtor '. :-

} .approaching a new epoch in'cotton of Customs-J.11. SCOTT. A LARGE .AND WELL SELECTED STOCK, One Copy .: './ ,.... ,J
: t culture ? Five I>putt Collector-rC. W. KLkW. .'. .-. . ..-. AND'RETAIL"DEALERS IN !, .' : :. I' teCop'ies* .- .0. ,
years will suffice to Inspector oftJu tomE IIIOOIN8. Five Copies '. _' _' _' 'I
s': spread I 1'OHUnkiter 8. ADAMS. ESPECIALLY ADAYfED'TO. CITY AND COUNTRY RETAIL- Ten Copies.. .
universally oyer :b area of the ; ; I. .I3.
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-? Collector' of Inlet na! l>.cnu_A. A. KSIQ1IT. TRADE DOTS : ., S HI0' ES
.. : :Sou1h'tlus wonderfully1 productive Sarvryor-Qenernl W. OILBEBF. : I : : : Postage five cents per copy t>r three months. _

., species ; and if it should prove lasting U. &Uauger-TUOS.McMUBRAY. And by strict attention to business and the wants of the public,will endeavor to merit a share of their l Pab;nap: ,' ,. eye Any, ,.larger 50each number; ,,addressed' 'to name. i Q, suSacdh.- -
'.: U. 8. CIRCUIT COCBF.Ju'lgeFniLIP ., LEATHER : :
and no; subject (as new kinds ,.& FINDINGS An extra copy will be sent t&e'rcrydnh often '
many Ftt I 8ER. SENT' .' ., .. Twenty copies to one adcIJaa,-oM 95. and
( ... ) year
:j; have proven) deterioration, it would Attorney-.J. B.C. DKEW.M GOODS BY MAIL AND. EXPRESS, ; .: ;1..A -: any larger number at the same price..

,. : not be unreasobable r.hal-S. CUVAVf.Ulcrk To all parts of the State.. .Two extra copies will be sent to clubs of twenty.
to estimate the v L .r nAT \ New ( :
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PHILIP W4LTER.U. fine These
p1'ottineiitof" Vo'rk/and/ 1phk rate.make the WiajuT HSKAXO the cheap
; American.crop of 880 at twenty millions B. Regime in Binkruptcv FBABEtt,. THE OLDSTAND, ,. OR.UAY.MOCEAN_ ; STS., JACKSONVILLE, FLA, -..,, : I-Jtf:_ Goods '' '. publication in the country. .
: of bales always oh .h rid. .. \ r Terms cash in advance.. Uoxey'scat'by mail wO We'.'
which ,
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be..more the
at risk tbe
pf sender
.' A easily raised and ;saved than a crop of NEW YORK TRIBUNE. ,". H.NORTON Attorney al, Law, .and' Notary. F Public. s.,H.' KOOKER; ., : Sole agents Jai .Jacksonville. for Samuel I "Dunb r .& Co.'sMisses" .A generous portion of'Wuxtr*HrIDfl beappropriated

q to Agriculture, Horticulture,Fkiriculrare,
;t. three millions at the present,, time. HAVE. WE,TWO BRAINS t .h. ;' : '., and .Children's! Fine Shoes Pomology and the: management of domestic animals.:
; ; L What mighty will : br: c E. Btown.'tgMarci.ALCOHOL !", *> C.l' NORTON KOOKER. :; ; Particular attention.will.be paid also;. Reports fcf the
changes il I '
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necessarily, : GopdsLsehtby; :-or express:; to :parts of.the' State Markets. .
''i 1$ A.POISON? '
OtAUKSIH The aim will be thc-Wszxtv'izw.a
for jo make-
ibll.pw.IJeave solution to more .* + UKperior
fertile Dr.'Wm; A'. Hammond. to any other.agrictilMral and fioaQy Btwspapec'
imaginations than own. Bdy'frelcftnear'Lwra-tJacksonvillfiFloi; "t in the. :
my THE POET. LO FELLO'V. REALESTAf.E- country. V
One thing is certain the will Every numbefof thc'Wuis.yHiej.n, wiu contain'a
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rejoirtr

poor 'James Fields.
select story and the latest and most (Important new*'
.over all the earth) ,"wh'el.1.full. U. S. SURVEY'OF THE WEST I ,. ALL "' T O'L.KfeENEf :.pdR ST., AUGUSTINE. hjr telegraph from all parts cJ &btI world np(or the hctlz
OF KINDS.
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suit' of, cotton clothes can be had at (With Map J Under Lieut C.: ). M eeler. ,. : BAY JrwJDAei publication. ,- -
STMBT;jACxscarviiix During the session'of Congress; the WcxxtT HIVAIB
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I fifty cents. This will be one result ; THE HORSE IN AMERICA. GENERAL INSURANCE1 AGENTS, : irepresentrnff' the" fdllowingVcbra': :; ;\ 'd.l i : THE SCHOONER will contain a summary of the teedtngi anoVthe btren
: : and (Illuslfatdd. Discoveries by Prof. O. C:Marsh AfuTnery. Fancy; and"Dress news,by telegraph from Washington PelUkal,Rsigious >
babies .can, 'come; along without SAFETV'AT SEA. panies: kinds-!: Keeps constantly on hand. the latest style of1' ..fashionables Artistic Literary and Sporting
1' Of A.j.i" ...., Magnolia! Inulligence ,Varieties
apprehension: as to scarcity of mate Illustrated Iron FRANKUN; PHILADELPHIA. With combined aasc/tsol over .co : : Obituary Notices. ;Amusracents.-
( ) steamers that will .Ini k. :
'U' not .HATS AND TRIMMINGS. Editorial Anktea on the prominent topics uf,th 'd*y.
i rial to wrap them in. These intrnxdng Lectures and Letters with a car CONTINENTAL QF $ W'.YOR. I ; f.tu '; ; : a review of the.Cattle and Dry Goods MarkctsFin,
ul report The above has been the rounds of meeting ol the National Academy Sciences at WaUt- UANHATTANOF NEW YORK | S7', 000" 000'" Ako.DreM Coils': a assortment'of :/ .:> between Jacksonville ft portent sod inwmtioy;events of the.tek. .;
tngton and at the of the OF ,51. Augustine. The HKKALO
) May meeting American OrIental PENN. PHILADELPHIA. employs no agenta In the country aorn
the Southern Press'antI has awakened Society at tattoo".are puUikhcd full la THE : l. ": 'KiD Gtovts : 'J' Jr: ghtat'low"ratr !>. distant cities to canvass for subscribers,as none are
1 TRIBUNE EX IRA o. tg. Price i I. sheet form.to 'L tUNGrl-ioN: V" ON REAL 'ESTATE AND COliVEYANCING u. lakn:_ .._-jd, u'' .+ --- For freight or JlUUlekpply necssary, Any person pretending to be an agent fcr1
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.curiosity and inqccuHty'.in! abou \ cents: in jiamphlct.-eo cents or seven for%Hjj ; ;. ,, ., assortment. oL. ,.:,... the WanLY H0AU shoujd be treated as at common,
to WILLSON'I.WHtTLOCJC.
Circular giving full -detaini,of the co.tents of all : : SPECIAL V *. l swindler. The.club system baa aholiihfd; the agent
equal measure. We find most of our JHE TRIBUNE EXTRAS jet by mail. I T. ,
1 We give below1 few'ot tHe many choice olaces for. Kale:hv ut. ... .\ \ Or : -
: ----- -- ;v ; : ; : "! :' to JAMES COSS1. TheoI; uhaai ftP whenever prsctfciol, ,
cotton (Maulers' Consider the'story t'HE WEEKLY: TRIBUNE a'fine lot of'j. : ,,5tf .Auaustfe should be transmitted Post Office lathe
t I No. 7'-Two-etory bo de on Ashley street.near St. No. IDS.' Dunlawtoa Plaatatton Too'HalUax H lei; : ", _.t -:Hi.HAn. ;. safest mode by Orders i It

'too good for general-credence;" but lie fanrifr't Favorite,fafer I James Hotel, pleasantly situated la one of the best seven miles north( Mosquito Inlet;at Port Orange; ;--UNtNSp'GHENAD'lNESi k TZNCR' small Post transmitting Offices In the money country by JfIaiL.AI where Post Of-

I neighborhoods la the city; house Is new.with I rooms, I.too acres, .,'SO acres:;rich lyloeone mile .' : .. Percale shirts n nice.at Bocky a._ ice Orders be be remitted
of cannot
,, loads I letters aa"'ocki ANi PANtsl''CH Lt.1dT1i 1 obtaIuacJ."ilia. ) ,
addressed until for andltoOd- servant's lot from river IJ
to Soap Jan t, 1875 I'plenty of.dGlettI room: SI M K : 50 acres high immediately oa Itl Registered Ictrcn.Advertlaemcnts -
Address THE Tiinuint.New York!. 105 Feet good fence, good' sidewalk, and the street the river bank having front of about one fourth'mile \ 1 ) "1 r'1- 1!*'* i .

l"lo.ti. SpringsV.ar P9uring through. r- shelled 1 grapes In bearing: a fine lot of young orange with large two-story, frame housei tS'rooms,noerty Thf-1.*"sold. "at* Tf creaUT.. '. .reucadjiices.tj'-tt;t ., f' trees flowers and shade trees'growing thriftily: good finished house of the D' J" .
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Post Office, a'nd.t. ; .query of: COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS well,with pump on back porch,which Is covered with and surrounded with large. earuw.orange trees SALE. a ) i ,*. : t rrce'oIAltTtisimp. fonr: ect a,tupy.uilsubscriptkm .
where is flowering. Will,be sold cheap some 15' 'too In'number: good wdl;and a cistern FOR! Successor, to Hide'aad'sua busYness'oT1 pr\cc"alw.JSht advance. ,'". '.
Soap' Floating( Springs 1" that holds ,WWtt the addrest'bn letters to the N"YoiuC H*'-
L L1CBURIAL N. B. To capitalists"desiring'a big thIng* there i, oo gallons U yard: thoroughly ditched .
i RIVERSIbE.uoutiA. ; j.H.cithitLL. XU>,la a bold and legible hand and the name. '
and drained canal give
; from sugar-house the [
thousand dollars running to
is is fine in few
cutting strongly Into the"circulation I. META -CASES& will a go a opening great wayt Springfield just now. ),For a particulars enquire river for transportation of crop I immense,quantities of < .fllt I : ,_. .J --V.-' ;! I ,. 'l.j each subscriber of Post Office,County'and State solaTnl3f ,.

;, .. 'oP'wIio (struck'.Billy Patterson??I I.I' \ 'AND'-- jNorton& Kooker.comer Ocean andllay streets. ,wild best orange sugar.lands tn.es on c/the Cuba place to;which the soil It Is if simflaV fully equal to the .';I jAKILLz4? ..' .t" Comer V .Bay and Ocean stmta., ccur.> ,that no errors J In aiaJUng! pacfrs wilt be f*. ..

No.74. AHAKMOMB RasiDcwcm roa SALB.-. limestone is ; fWel1L! 1 tfite1teJ :). ..: .:
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abundant. -This is of the a
place really one
WOOD .
Iftny of Our C.OFF.INS.1 large rooms and.kitchen,'double:'bay window oa'th* class1 Highest'casH pricei'pal ibr Hides/SldwFtiriJ/
jcorrespondcnts ca noPate" choicest places. in Florida, a_ was. .knov/a. .a*such be. boarding house. Two stories with mansart; ro6ftl Tninfct and values at Buck/
west,large double parlors,double'plaira the south i I . ,. .:
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*" fore the war. sleeping rooms, ser ..r.Dd".ON1c tK s. "Thefinest V .: ,2' 1J' V : .. "
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) Soap Floating Springs they commanding one-of the finest views in Jacksonville: forjatton'and theapest' : of Tn thIn "
windows filled with four lights of fOIdIllu..and bung N. B.:..Do you want uag winter'nomew4th. :WnitjiO Price, iadildlnr' UxarltXoairorOtpilfar property ", FEED STABLES A. DZIALYNSKI-
1: will confcrxfavor la:all ,Post"Office with cords and weights x>n'pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flowers,in Florid- You can get a :nlture, !zOo., half.cash,,balance IB one and two iL1VERY.SALEAKD MORRIS .
floor,with blinds:,alt casings are finished with mould- beaudful lot, zts6fcetIsSpring5eldbigh and ,. .j.i.:. !: .
4. Clerks! and)RbiiteJAfcehti .by cdra'mu.nicating Ing and oifed and varnished,mating a beautiful finish; healthlul and within tea mlnntttSralkot the posT-office. yean. .t, .
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:- ceilings high;watts hard-finished,open stain, double; ..hIcb tocrP rtkuUl *Dllolrof uNo FoV lUll particulars address, _,- AUCTIONEER'' .
: it. : glass,front doors;mortice kick on every door in boose Norton. A Kooker, .
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H. "-. 11. I'I. china closet store-room plenty of clothes.presaesbazh- ; '- H 0.I' ;, V
room: hip roof,with..cupola,from which a chamiog ."0. ,A tract of M acres, fo'acres elected. .i, j. jacksonvifle: 'Mb.. ... .. ,. .
; .' OF A1.L SIZES AND view is to be bad of the city the liver and surrounding ocklaAdfincfrontonSLJoba..rfftr&woalica.: ." r zW\.ritJ itTfl&gwthtosa ..,11 l.- >"t i' tll1L.: -
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A Drlawa'rirwidb, has'i.boo' acres; country: three lots,making i7xsoo feet J'good well: uf lacksoavi le. This is one of the most desirable river win be Jrept. am dass pVjvate" COMMISSION .MERCHANT,. ',:
i LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. young shade trees started; anile from postoffice. (mets ln the vicinity of JacksoavUle Will I be,divided I .j-B-sw/wom. "i. & ** *t *. *> tfji..ijw..>i -t ,
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\ot peach.tcecsand wonder all ; .
no the Ifdeslred.
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EMBALMING DONE WHEN For sale at a bargain. V !\I V' -'- --- ? I 't.-.o 'V :

/nen around there think. she is "just ALSO, REQUIRED., No.96. A large, '- }- house '.I-&.'.8 Urre No.lit.. Slz'.oa k'Jtoa VvS-f in'1Y ., .. .r .l" .. w i meni.lrAJ'kl and sold U'd-1I6.at aoeooo or pnvats"!_sale,. --1 ( .\\1
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thoroughly built,and finished In first-rate Florida Home .
: old. rooms; srjle. ,containing the old vineyard. For sale W"L..COAN
11! ',:, r U' Y T',; MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED with twelve feet ceilings: one acre of ground.'covered. at a balia1D ". .ft ,- I .\ "hl ::;;:" ;... ;.t '.JIII ..,. .: best and most stjTJ h'Uvetj'teams J li ; he.clLi r.m : :

.*J- .- Ah, C .1 .-< t.- SLATE: MANTELS. with fruit trees and Bowers; pleasandy]ocated; within No. MmorouTAir H eftit.nwlout JUSTICE OF THE PEACE can be found.the Stable of the uodertigped.! near.the tptloaafPock..tIi..bn,9U7d.. '
five minutes walk of the rallresddcpot. Price'f' .7 b ',..) Ftotida-Bomei rCedatran4iF. 11.-- of M .. f "
omer Strebts. !
.. SLATE HEARTHS &C $4,500 down,balance on long time if desired.No. centrally Jocated;built of the best French brick,cad 11 V 1'1 L : nyth _
"Cuss, fO u.I get up. exclaimed a. : a first-lass house U every respect. For prices and ..d..c.i'fB. ,iPi i y-zoT Hone boarded and well cared fcf.TJ !.reasonable. .. .. UR1OSS1i..K .'
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< MANUFACTURED .yj4: o"acres in 5rangecounty i one'rnfle from. -- term*. BEST. Y ," ;
Philadt Pfcdy ki o'onV. Wet TO ORDERANDFORSALEBY terms apply to Norton Kooker.. .NOTARYPUBLI'.C. ; x. .? .- -
i in Melonvule. Price, |5 per acre. : : .F .. Sttatttenaftat aanKngfurpasw alwsya'oalsril., ..
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write i > : :
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ODor tnend 140,
to ttal ..
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they had an'excuse (or making Sect,. ,,betweell"r" "Laura.CALViOAK.yytj ao iJ ;:. ,;.r :; .' 'r' m Ec.x1l'oCnlq W 'J Y'SW. J tn rirJLitri.A r1 fJb.u rjl rjla b. I' "..rJ.I iIi 'PlRi.b-I.u...lff ; V V-t. .. l I t.. 4 'JI'ALKnTO!1J4AAo,_ .rt.,. ; : .' ..
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Jier starMlun longer' f l .a-i: .n JW Latest file. -- .*. 'i- .,- l i. -W ** iTTEADQUARTERSfor-FLORIDA VTEW'S- ,, .tJ.\. \,
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