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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 14, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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notis - AKN0866
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System ID: UF00079941:00026
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,i VOL.; II. c' .JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY' MORNING OCTOBER 141874.: '. :" :.Nq7::

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--THE NEW SOUTH. in the United States with a total pop. EVIL RESULTS OF LARGE MUNICIPALS PROFESSIONAL. ci.Jms. &c. -. MISCELLANEOUS. '. -.' '
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.T.OHN ... RAILROADS AND STEAMERS.
ulation of something over 1,500,000. DEBTS.. "-

I--USHED EVERY'tDDAY AND Their total debt cannot be less; I of the DR. F. A.' McrfANUS,. -
SATURDAY. Speaking, evil results of large .(. ... RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN, CLARK: Examine BacVy's assortmcntops4nta.,.

o-uBsCltJF.TtON think than, $75,000,000, or I5o'per< municipality d bts, _Mr., Blaine said S '(R cc tly'or .)' '

TERMS : capita. Interested as I have been, 'In there was one which, ,had cot been REAL ESTATE .A.GENT. a) FORWARDING -T ACKSONVILLZ,- PENSACXLArANll

._..w'aIICL". III .mail.cs ,subscribers.3 uth..; 'and).50.su per extra annum.copf making these investigations,I included sufficiently oDscrved.. "It is the facility ,HQMEQPATHICt; tYSICIAN, .7.w-.fl.rSs.AU J ,MOBILE RAILROAD CO.,

-.ffI Five be ICIfl1 W qiery4ub;.r leD recelvs4 pal at aIIInIN.oe t1mS.WiSELY. Tells one more class in,.the.scope, cf my .inquiries whichjfnch, debts give} to the HI a located' n'J.ek.o.iUIe. ;:Officd nd reiidecc vested.sorts Taxes-paid of Real Estate Titles bought f.......i-d.and sold.; Money in i AND Oa sad after SUNDAY MAY 17. 187. 'trains
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auboocribcft '* -
IDAtI. and took the cities and towns on Monro ttieet. between Lun and pine streets, ia COMMISSION MERCHANT will ma as follows;
tc_ $ .,s odI, 1-.cat :n. Jz.6oj'11ft7 cop- capitalistjfor! .!eadY,. -fe.-arid. profitable the ftar 1 Un.Hcndenao'sboxrding.hauK. 9-t6tf Rams >r muusstOM.'to WilHam Astor Esq., t
\CS'I..o throughout the United States having investment of his surplus-..thussavinghim .. New York t EX-COT. A. G. Cm-tin. BcIIcbs C., Pa.; ..: =' .- > PASSENGER TRAINS WEST (DAILY) FOR
Ach.ADVERTISING : Lewi* H. Redner, Philadelphia W. Stokes Boyd A aa DKAUa. IM SAVANNAH AND TAUAUASLiLeavejackwflk
BATES populations between 10,060 and 26,- from.{hearoublc and depriving c. u wwnrsoii, j. w.WHTTKKT. ; | ;- '" :" !
Philadelphia Ambler.Banker. Fla.
:DLG. JacksonrUle, '
San-won'1 i I1 per 1ncL.or leas, rtIjrtlon. : 000 each' a list which I found to embrace community of the, advantage Att'jr at Law and U.S.Cooim'r,, Kotary.Pub&1c.'C Henry:Tucker',Boston.Mass. 3-st-ry-pd ROCERIEa, PROVISIONS.'. .' ,,GRAIN.. .. ilaldwt-'.. -..-;-- *t4opHand Sao as* '
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ccD1S: -- -4:10 9:55i3
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jncflio .
sick u 1ICII1 ,0 : all cities and towns whose L. ROBINSONN&: CO. HAY &c. 1 '-
icnrach .in 105 of his embarkingin. some active : SEGARS. : ; LakeCity 7:10 a at
'I.lspcrbuh: or rlca.fi ; ForttyCsh.Lufies bats ask T.
wn.tulwequert i: "IHRtAL Eucky.THECENTRALALESRO Arrive at Live .8:jo and SJIt _
t ocrtiOll. 7S centi.daf aggregate population amounts ,to business.: Take for instance prominent !- ESTATE AND INSURANCEUROKER5. Sole Agents for Ffcrida for '. Leave.am-. ............. -:.. .6su a as
lnie' and '. r. .. Moatica5'I. .. ____
cents whose -
Ntin6*9 P" nearly T.JO
sp 1,400,000 raggre- and-wealtby city andI, do not Agency;The Manhattan Insurance Company. of MS I '" I A,erffl's Chemical: Palatand : Tallahassee.Quincy S IOJIt. ,j
TSKM*: CASH i* #ADVAXC gate debt ;is something over $35,000- refer to any particular one-and this "NewYark.' '' "* -4 f .4 ,.,,_ ....'I:, ..:10'a
ADAMSCARRUTUT& Dt A-19 ... U&vj'N.BETTES &4rpIua' .. '' '' White's Patent Money Drawer Arrive Chaaahoochee.. !
MdftN : ,6a6.gs.71a.S1 at .' a: o.
about for the
,J3ckonvMe, rjoiida, ooo, or $22 per capita you w.ill find to be its history.and, experience .. i AN. ,AUCTION. .AND GENERAL COMMISSION i r < .-. o' :
whole. Addingthesefonr classes to- 1 Agent fer PASSENGER TRAINS EAST (DAILY FROM
at, one ormore' periodsof HOUSE.
-- TALLAHASSEE: ) FOR SAVANNAH
Debt-An Address by Sepaker gether; it presents a .table which''cm- its' prosperous career. Its banks : -! ;" SraAunt LIZZIE BAKSR, >vrf" S ANJACRS0NVlLL.iMtLcacC..h.tinorKe. '

Municipal B1aine- braces the. cities and towns having and other places of deposit are full to Jt* "! -. ,'n .., c t,:,.,'" ..I Bay. 'Street," ,/near", Laura, --JACKSONYILLE.TLA, ; ,: S :, ;':,,: 'N" "YOLUStA:.:''f;: ': ':ecaaaf

The value of the rare: statistics as over 10,000 inhabitants each of !overflowing!,of tmoney'oirned" by its \,...PHYSICIAN. ANUGEON'* b- .,;, ...PUBLIC )ALE'-- s.\'t XD"'i ",_. .' llii : "afY-; : ;: :i :i=- iw' ,. "" .
I .....every. . .. '
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wbichtherearein: all.,186with .. o" i.a MomieeOo.Maliion. +:50
) jhe .sonnJlgoodisenxe-of the ; an 1eu5lingcaltalltiitrng for an opportunity : : : '", .1 iltc. 1'Ia, Van Brunt'&Bro's. Line Sailing;Packets, ." .. .....__- T"\:!
trtll as, Blaine aggregate population exceeding 7,000- to invest and .c ref lly.' examining OrFtcc*Houas-From I tin g a.-m,and i a,till.p,.m, HOUSE,. .. LlvcOajzoaaiand 9:10 ..
.recent speech of Speaker are and total debt ,of OFFIOI AKD RBSIDEXCB-Corner Ocean and MOOrOCrts.1 :MELLONVILLE FROM NEW YORK. s Lake Otf-< 5:30*.and 11:15
000, a municipal Into .different i ,branches of ,' ... 6-7-6m ,.* BaldwiD--9OO. m and s:. oaai
of it
such as to demand for portions about 490,000,000. The'towns hav manufacture, ,I improvement ,of \- .. tw6.igi BayStaect.JadtsonyUU.l'1orida.! Arrive at J JcsonriH___ioi3 a m and .4:13

the widest possible' dissemination ing less than i0,000 inhabitants' 'each\ real estate by fine .blocks: of ;stores, t> AER & ,: x1tK: S:; : MELLONSILLE, ORANGE COUNTY FlJL; TRAINS TO ST. MARKS. .

Oshkosh, WJs., October I.-Speaker I have not been' able to; classify:with intOthc: ,outlook for ,a new railroad, '1'. !. F'41' (Tuesdays,. Thursdays and Saturdays.)

James G. Blaine delivered an.address the approximate accuracy of those, I into a project: for a new.li1e.of., steam .STRICTLY- wifoiiiSALE( : ,GROCER'Sn ...So-5-ty.. .( ,I..I.,6 KITE. Proprietor Leave T-n.""** ,-. -,,*-";ss an
before ,the, Northern Wisconsin have given, but I feel l well assured packets rail orany one of which would > DCALSJt IX Arrive at St. Marks.. r. uso'
to-day JACKSONVILLE FLA. ; Gent's. ; Leave St.Marks_, ._*13SS p a
that the of these debts would ; furnishing goods low at Bucky .
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Agricultural Association at this aggregate greatly contribute tothe developmentand GROCERIES, AND PROVISIONS, Arrive Tallahassee. ___,"'N ':20 .4
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before crowd, of 15,000 person reach $Sooooo o-making the total growth of the city i in question. 4 -Gocd( at S.vannah'aj4: Charleston prices.' ROBERT WALKER..
place
debt of the about 40-30. ,FOR SALE OR,RENT-COUNTRY., :: BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE sad Gca'L T
!'. In his opening remarks he said municipal country Just then, however; as thase capital- Rccci.cr Sept. t
H..L. Ass't Supc //Vs-i'
MAGEE. ,
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he would confine himself to a subjectof $750,000,000. Added to these municipal its are about to investtheir money in & KOOKER 1'
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interest to his'hearers as American debts proper we find the some'one* of'' these 'channels of gain TNJORTON H' OTEL AND,ORANGE GROVE Always keeps unbend Bucky'setts boots and shoes cheapest.. "'..

..rl1lens-perbaps.of especial and significant .I county debts of the entire country themselves. and profit 'to the community meets REAL J ESTATE acboIIYi1lc DEATT.KS.. Florida. corner Ocean and Bay' FOR SALE'OR RENT. HAY CORN, OATS BRAN GROUNL s t

importance to them as farm- amounting to about $180,000,000, and another set, of gentlemen Money loaned on Real Estate security. General FEED, PEAS, CHICKEN FEED, A G.&W.I.T.COSRAILROAD..L I
the State debts about Life and'Fire Insuracce Agents and dealers in 'line We will feat for the season or sell on terms, PORK, LARD BACON, .
he said to $390,000,000 influence with the easy A.
ers. "I fchall speOlk.n "to having great municipal Lands Plantations,&c. Springfield suburb a specialty. .. .... SHOULDERS, rtox tFER.l'IA.

you of our Public Delt-not mainly making an aggregate of$1,140,000000 ,. powers that be, commit, the cityTo Correspondence, solicited., 3i8swtfTT7M. .. THE ALA CHACO or ORANGE HOUSE, HAMS DINA' TO CEDAR'KEYS.Fernandina. .S.. "

of what: we understand! as our National of public debt of States, counties, some'new 'scheme'of improvement, MeDonvilie FISH, FLOUR, -
cities and towns. The sum totals & ARTHUR A;''BINEYATTORNEYS ; Near Orange 'Co., Florida HOMINY MEAL RICE,, COIHC SOOTH cone
and
D-U-but of all those forms of State from three to five millions of upa-nu I:
that WITH THE FARM ORANGE GROVE ANDNURskRk 'HECKER'S FLOUR FARINA LtmveArrivf.. t
which involve nearly $300,000,000 greater than first-class bonds *
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municipal obligation seven cent are
and per : ATTACHED -.5:33 amr3P
> ._ ONIONS
CHEESE APPLES
BUTTER "
given in of The ad" ("Ibh..n r.3S" &zs l:
thq census 1870.
the ; the m3.'ket-a !- .
taxation people. placed on our capitalists
upon .
POTATOES, SUGARS SYRUPS, .;...-- .:. 900 IT. 3-50 le_ t
PupUc debt is one of the rapid out dition, hO\\'ever. has not been made suddenly 'con lude.that nothing 4 }f STRE.ETNO.33o.' ; THIS PROPERTY MOST ELIGIBLY MOLASSES COFFEES ". Baldwin|;-.-'"--9= Ie ):23 are
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and within thcfour succeeding buta little risk and .. 1/ LOCATED)4 miles from'the Steam. Starke -. .11:37 .aI
growths of mortem civilization: years presenting; so. :. such a TEAS COCOA, Gainesville.Archer. .KJO ixno
in its present form was certainly Unknown part is due, I think, to incompletereturns clean margin of,profit can be found in WASHINGTON CITY. boat Landing on Lake Monroe.' SNUFF, 3:-pm 949', "
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OILS SOAPS. Branson. : JSS -ax*a
the ancients. made by'the census officials. manufactures or blocks of stores, or d l Cedar X 6:30 &p5
to B. C. DREW eys,5 -
FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE CANNOT BE .STARCH TOBACCO.
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While I do not assume to'give detailsor : ; CONNECTIONS. "
ANU STATE INDEBTEDNESS. railway shares or steam navigation I SURPASSED while no part of Florida combines WOODEN-WARE," ''BUCKETS
RATIONAL vouch for absolute I think so advantages to the At FERNANDINA.w.th Steamer! Cry Point from
: many grower-
and
Mr. Blaine briefly called attention accuracy companies, they accordingly stowaway ATTORNEY AND '...- of TROPICAL FRUITS. BASKETS, BROOMS. SPONGES, 1'UJl.1! Charleston and Sanll1lah.JoadaJS at 4 a. m.; steamer
the totals 'I have given may well be their odd'millions in city bonds COUNSELLOR-AT.LA\V Dictator front Charleston and Savannah Thursday,at
the fart that Mr. Dudley Baxter. f CANNED GOODS OF EVE&Y KIND. With Lizzie Baker, from Savannah.Brunswick. .
to taken reliable 4 a.m. steamer
as approximate state, and devote themselves thenceforth totheenl1bling If not sold before the FIRST MONDA Via MARCHnext
.and St. Mary's, Mondays at 6 a.n Jar
Office!I. the new Freednua Bank Buildingcornet ;
who is a recognized authority on questions ments. I have found, indeed, very : occupation of 'cutting Pine and Forsyth.Streets,Jacksonville,Fla. ,the property will on that. day be offered at public '. those points on Friday.at S a. m. .. .
of this character, gives the aggregate few States where the State officers .. .. .xiialw$. |...C. DR W. sale to the highest FLEMING bidder. Apply& DANIEL to EVERYTHING AiILALDWINwithj &U. It..It..lroa Jacksonville -
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Thoughthe foregoing Jacksonville
of the coupons. ; purports I-I" !; nivaw' at4D7p. m.: *QUM .
borrowing '
: populations authorized law 1 Attorneys 'At GAINESYILLk.with tn-weekly line for
were by to keep any- to be.a single case; it, illustratesa stage
of the world at a trifle over Jacksonville Florida. FORAGE.GROCERY.AND PROVISION LINE Tampa r'with stage line, for Newaaasville Tuesdays .
nations thing of record in regard to debt except great truth,. worthy to be borne 'in Y. & H. J. BAKER .Oct. n'I., tl71- tf and s ndavs. "
6ooo3o.oo3 and the aggregate of national J.; At CEDAR KEYS,with steamers to and from Ne'r
the direct
State.
of
owed them obligations the mind, that too much of' the surplus 'i J SELL FOR CASH; Orleans, evety Saturday, With steamers from Key :
: debts by amounts to In Massachusetts, where great attention capital has".been invited 'into bonds of : ATTORNEYSATLAW.tiy All shades of braids and. chignons at Buckfs.F .. West and Tampa.Fridays.'hm these places,Thursdays -
with an annual interest S AXO AT With Steamer Coot,from Tampa.Sundays:for
$20,000,000,000 is statistics
paid to accuracy of this kind-=and thereby, removed( zReedItuflding. Tampa Mondays. With Steamer Wawenock,frouSuwannee .
charge of more than $800,000- OR SALE.. .. .' THE LOWEST $. .
I have enabled information POSSIBLE FIGURES. Fridays for SuwanneeTuesdays. '
borrowed been" tOget precise from .an active. participation. in the t-iy. Jack ollYi e,'F10 ida D. E. MAXWELL. '

000. This vast sum was ; and the entire footing of business projects I of the: ..country S TERY CHEAP Merchants,Loggers, Hotels Boarding: Houses;and J 15-13 5 _Superintendent._
and expended for the "waste the cruelty that Commonwealth of State JAMKS M.BAKXR. HlXTOIf J. $*IZ&. families are invited la f aminft my goods and prices.THEHIGHESTCASH .
which thus thrown '
,county are too largely into Umbrellas and parasols to be had at Bucky's.BROCK'S .
:and the untold agonies of war. and municipal debts, shows a grand the hands of men who have great enterprise ,, S ,, Three nuzlFarms, near the City limits. PRICES ,
41 Our total National indebtedness t---
"' total of $97,500,000, subject a sink- but who are' hampered for c.lL'SUMYERS .' ONE OFTEN: ACRES, .r ;1"" LINE"

day, he said, is 52,140,000,000 ; ing fund deduction of $iioooooo, lack of capital arid are constantly ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ; Cleared land: no other Improvements. fAID FOR. COUNTRY-PBODCCT OF ALL,S"KIND. : .. .ir. '."a':'*
and of this v.st amouut but $64,000- .
Stit
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the debt
leaving $86,500,000 as net counteringthe evils of a too widely! extended 'TWENTY' '
ALSO, ,NOTARY, PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER. ONE OF RES. }
000, given towards the construction of hat State. A very large burden it credit!: It may be an extravaaitassertionand'yet U.-S. ,CIRCUIT... ,COURT. About'fifteen acres In cultivation .500 grape vines and RIVER- STEAMERS. :.. ".
of railroad to the Pacific: is all that underdrained subsoil of the best :
a would seem-and such is the fruit trees; ; clay ; one WILLSON-&WHITLOCK.
yet I had almost Office. Folk's blinding. :\ .Willson,
gardening. ..
.. places w
work of .
incurred for ; . '
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was any 1 jwace -
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wealthof the State that the entire :
said final If the hundreds of:millions ? SUMMER SCUEDiTZET
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remainder in the ONE OF TWENTY ACRES .. pNkma 1 .. : 'j .
the expended
was '
debt docs not constitute more than of capital .That have been -
bidd'enaway taar ia cultivation, .balanrc
long and bloody and desolating struggle WR.ANNO About acres good pinewoods GRAIN.'FLOUR, AND FEED, f\ and after MONDAY.;APRIL.7th,the stoun.J .
four CAIJ.
cent. of its valu:1.tion-and I on KiIl&'IOIMt AKD sxx. -
per : in the municipal: bonds of the : ; Wharf
anddcstro"ed. countryhad Co C. COLLlNS.ia ',.. ...... \ ers of ibis line will leave Shipyard dailySuadaytexcepted
which Secession resisted
in was probably not two"an9 -halfper cent. been, by the absence of such opportunities .. ..., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,.. DeaVr Real Estate Wiuchea's Building,Bay ScCAMUEL l'" ..af2n..r. ; n 9C ( ),at S 'cIock A,sc.for "}:';'
and in which we won the .
ofits. actual. wealth... for investment, forced into Office.in Recd'* Block Bay Street,' CORN MEAL;'HOMINY, CRACKED .p 'ALATZA ::1.
privilege of continuing to exist as the B. '
HUBBARD S )
business the '1:4<' :
DEBTS CONTRACTED WITHOUT DUE great enterprises, country ." 7MIutnIi' .F1rd4.' C6RN1: GRAHAM
United States America Leavingthe RYE MEAL, da _
and ,
and intermediate IaIIdmp letDnlaame
CAUTION. would be so 'much ihe richer that a .. '."..

consideration of National debt as great number of the.objects for which A.A.KNIGHT, ; r. '. :" I ...: facksonvilfrFk.";. FLOUR CRACKED WHEAT.&c. T1iaou.P'steamcn iIr ,. .'.' II
discre- -
within "
an obligation not our "I do not, Mr. Blaine continued, the municipal debts were' contracted ENTERPRISE '

tion except as to the best and most ."desire to make.tny remarks so sweep- could have accomplished the .' :. '" Importer and 'Dealer in' SCROLL SAWING WOOD: TU1l.qING'TO i
'ATTORNEY
by AT LAW,
honorable means: of reduction and : .- S" and intermediate landings will leave at above oa Tueszandsa7sand -
include
those States where '' ORDEIU
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ing as to ,; ?
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mere process of taxation! on the vastly : %;.ri- HARDWARE IRON 'AND TEEL, ;. return Wednesday and Sat-
discharging it, Mr. Blaine invited attentiOn loans have always been. negotiated superior" amount of property that'w'ould No., SHOCK'S Block/ap stain; ..' : v..i- ,,-?, .' .; Cd.Sawed Split and Delivered ****
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to those less observed but'even with and'the .EDGETOOISTABLEImd POCKET Shippers are requested to send freight down.during
care receipts .expended *
have been thus created: JadubnvQIe,Fla. the afternoon.
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more burdensome forms of obligation with 'economy. But I, venture the .. -. -...'" CUTLERY; "' 'by Cord or Load.j. : 4-6tr.: ,J.BROCK.: Agent- .

co !traded by States, counties cities assertion, based on some scrutiny into THE 'cOUNTRY'S'WEALTII.Mr.Blaine 'L, R'OBINSON, : iais .po .>\" . .' *,'' J" .. '1 ... ...
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remarks' with :, Glue, Putty Glass, Paints, Oils. Mill andJWharJACKSONVILLE. Ducky sells the bes&wbite vestLI
closedlbis C : Ross Block.Bay Street.opposite our
and smaller municipalities, and con- the facts, that. taking the aggre- ',,. ......." .. I ". > ..; .-, .i\.n' ''< II'HANG'OP

''traaed oftentimes with, an extravagance gate of State debts as they stand to reference to.the debts of foreign Countries A1FORNEYATLAWAlso j !. LEATHER BELTINGi RUBBER PACKING. I .FLA.T. .
and the' wonderful increase, in .. .. SEHEDULE.1 '
and prodigality that seem to invite d:1.vand there has not been realizedon NOTARY PUBLIC! and' COMMISSIONER .STOVES,TINWARE,CROCKERY, PUMPS, .. X.rWaao.1566 ''*.A.:WBITLOCK 1 : ., l..ststsrrr*%
He said With the population and wealth since 1790, U..S. CIRCUIT COURTS .
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calamity. : the of 4-
average 50 cents payable, .,.. 11
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keen watchfulness of in the course of which he said ; "TheinquTry' OccNo.aMasoic1ock." 7,, i-tr Lead and Iron Pipe, .,. EVERYBODY.lfyouwish ; ? -
opposing politi- permanent value for each dollar raised I1QRT4Nr'To! The ..steamer City Point having Seen. wt1hdra.-.for. .. .
is pressed home to us, why, .. -r : 'S> Summerrepairr.-; "* > *
cal in this with '
organizations DOOCS.SASH.BUNDS.MOULDINCS.SUGARMills:
country and expended. In some cases the Ol WRIGHT: I .....,,-.
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in view of bur and ;I'f
enormous'Income '
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the sharp criticism by press and people imprpvidence has led to even worse .. &cv: a genuine article in'the wayofagzs'wines. THE STEAMER DICTATOR, ..
earnings are we sucha borrowing .nation ATTORNEY AT LAW, Evaporators 'F '. ". )
of all that : left : '
: ,way bedoncor undone results than this and I think taking ,
IJ5nrInti TinSmhinz .Liquors,& ..go to '
Hoofing,,j
?, If we'earn and receive more Gas-Fitting, .- -.*
LEO
CATTAut VOGEL
by Congress, no oppressive increase whole there is Reeds Block, St..JacksonTilk,Fla.. -
Bay
thecountry as a no { done to order thy BJTOGNL '
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each than Great Britain: or Franceor : k : '" .. .
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of National debt be year i
cur .
can formof which much
public debt/in so fiirier
Win practice: In the different courts of the SetaU'Collections -. < wilt tmtfl Dc.1f CHARLESTONtsD4tvSw every
anticipated except under the exigency has been given;: and'so'little' received the German Empire, why are we dromptly' attended to. ; .:J-18d'. : ;RENOVATED AND .' ."r. .', "', ., _, TUESDAVeVenine.Aid every'w ).
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I CARPETS
i sVL"A
them do
borrowers from ?, Why they f A
of war. But the which lead '
causes: to in the direct obligations of theStates. .
as If you wish to take recreation in a good'game o Florida,

an increase of State debt and to suchv Taking theseven, great Statesof and not'securities we boldtbe.bulkofr. our national B.P4n1sow; ., .> A. L, -nLi'. .[. I MrdetoIookCkeneWf?, Also, Billiards go to J.B..TOGNTS Saloon;;Bay street..:: every- THURSDAY. ur JNX|
besides '
.vast enlargement of municipal obligation the North,West, and with an aggregate so vast a pro- & MEEK,. ':: UPHOLSTERING ., . .' vT?
portion of State loans and railway:! indebtedness pArrisoN
are not so open to public observation population, of more than 11,000- -. ., .. RETURKlXG.-:
; '
do ? The question.is'.a: serious ATTORNEYSA1'LAW.Offieeastw1&ng7Jae&snvme.Fia. of sH kinds done In the bat'awmcr. .
,
not elicit the sharp controversy 000, and property worth over $8,000- h" p.
'
.and o.ne. but the answer is ,easy. It 'WILSHERMAN.: Imported Bass'Ale on draught .-Cafl for. t'at J. B Wai'leT PAT rR1DAYandJASONVIUXevaySATURDAlaurnig.morning.
discussion which always their combined State debts n
000,000, Cor. Laura and Church streets,Jacksonville,Fla.OOrden .
'go'10 brto insure safety f Jn the final :1reJ:less than Had thereat is $25,000,000. I left with Furchgott Benedict&Co.,Davis .
than nation the .
lavishly any'other in : tide.
result, and the consequence is that Commonwealths extended 'as '" & Drew or R. P Moody will receive 3-aS-3m i suit the f.l same day a.
many world. So that with'all.! our'' 'enormous .T):.. ;'%jOIlNSdN.D.; tion. Local'references by permission:promr.attcD, SAVANNAH and '! SU
communities before and TN
they stop inst'oun'tf Zacharias CA
prudent 'a care ag Mrs. HndnaU,Singer Sewing Machine.A.
to fairly consider, find themselves lax municipaldebt they would pies nt: inbome we save far l less than some -" ?. .. .' HOM oPATHIC. and S.R:Maltair.. Your orders are retpectfiiDy solid- R.W.. EARL DAY..' .e : h.

>riJg under a burden of debt, ,wl. chIf to-day .the mpst flattering balance European nations whose gross annual PHYSICIAN. .AND '.-SURGEON. ted. .. ; .5'- ..' .a. ;, <. h." < .' THROUCKTICKrrSANDi B'

not absolutely is : receipts are far below ours. .But if for: '.. 'j, .' nAcrICAL- ';-. ', ,. 't' ." ; fG
discouraging' civilized : "
certainly :
sheet I venture of 'J 'I'GE.
tosay, any -Office1'north'side of Bay Street,l la Dr.Robinson'snewbuifdi.
should
decade
a single we by any PAINTER AND PAPEK HANGER. 4 tiV Dl oh
'-- I' -.S.i
oppress \'e. communities on the face of the globe. .next h1ockcucoCNaLioaalHOICl. 09d.jC' ;' ;' : AGENTS:
.
concert of action live-on'as economical PRINTING/ S f
,THI MUNICIPAL'' DEBT UNITED municipal : ,.-: a Lr 1 ': Bedded resnde here flIbegtado COl.ChartetoM. ,1" ,
OF,7111: "In regard 'to the aggregate a scale in this country as.they _do ttJ"JBA5NETT" .1"-" Bavins' to permanently RVE'&. .; .. .
orders frontal! doDe.JaGRA.ININCCLZINGaiM : '
STATES. debt of.the' it.is'not of ', ..f. : receive rquiriflgwa & ;
country, in the most' favored :European; King .' THE NE'wSO\ i-H hislinc. BAD ;1OBDTNs
,
After that it could all LAW I .. 'II. ?, 'S
inferred '
referring to the fact that the course to doms, or as we did ourselves .25' years ; > {'KALSOMINING JmamTao.. &soNra.

form and frame work of our'Government have been wisely avoided. But in. ago,we should save'enough- recall 'Omc.-h Ratd's'Bufldlnjf up stab*. ""' '. AND "BOOKTRINTINGJ: done in the best'Banner.' 7 '$.,:;'. "JY_ qj- &Bc.J 1-.f" TW'JETTRXYS .",.

gives extraordinary opportunities thejnain', think our cities have been every American stock and'oond from '' '. d' .: ,! ;;' JOB .t* Orders left at Davis&Drew's Furniture. Warenome, 5' i" y.L'I. r'--. .
P
.wr the : I''. 'IACXSONVILLETI. -- ," will receive prompt attention. ., '
use draw the future too ,, ', 2 ,
public credit-permitt'Bg too ready to on the coffers 'of foreign bankers, and :"'"" ESTABIJSHMENT. ... .: S.'u.T.AJ'ACEtSLA.:
the nation the State the ready to' pledge the 'lives and ford entire t' : '. ., ,! '. .,
.
county should pay off. with ease :our BUESING, .- -.->: -- REFERENCES: .,__ "

and the city or'town on the faith of tunes' of posterity the payment ofa National? ..debt. or at l least-have<< it held_ 'A'* .. '. :' > ,u. > : ,,.1, .. ,'':'., :, ,', I',' S. I.' BBIDCK, "Esq. .. and C. L. RoBntsoii. ch-Mr. I RespeoKilly calls die attention of the chbens and roerehaauutthe "FU -"" 'Xil: J' : OKAHUMKEE : d I!
which contracting : : Jacksonville :
Blaine debt J
said six- tbe-generation ;
there
were ? among our. people, \which in:: :itself. BEAUTIFUL SOAP herasmifarmes.It The proprietors ari prepared to rtnfiinr' '..card-A far -- FOR ;
teen cities in the United it is unable Ito 'These Barber and .rerrdescriiionof 'i i ._- ..- HARRIS E S
States having discharge. would constitute no-small decrease' of is the best Washing, Toilet Soap'everBiade. .--, .. -. *.- *":'j.**" 5.11 ..a4. -...-.*. AW.G.
acb a population exceeding 100, 00, debts have In many cases been contracted its burden. 'If such 8'' return to our *. 90. bars.This,Soap U put up In. boies contain' So lbsnd. ; ::.*, HEALTH, WEALTH* :i"d: ; ISILVETh,1SPR.IN 4 .
PRINTINGioVv
and an aggregate population carelessly and 'without due, re- old' habits Orders should be addressed to' PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL : : '* : 'ft"f I *'7'
,
4,500. of.ecpndrriy were practicable ABUESING,Bo :' .;: '. y I S va i y1v )
000, hose flection. old that what.iseverybody's ; 72.1 ; -AND- .., .-' ; :.Andother Landings on the'O .River..
The y.
municipal debts amount adage and practiced'and; the drain of ..5-k6d' Jacksonvill*, Fla.. > Sochas BUSINESS CARDS-," -rri! .' ;(II", S. j. .: : S .{5Hl ,J S
#35,oooooo, being $80 capita business is nobody'sbusinessJs.nowhere coin to' to
per gold Europe pajnterest9nour.bondedindebtedness. : '. :.1
for their 1....PLamlO. I' VISITING CARDS. ." ''- ; \ ,'i ;
.
.entire population, and pre- more applicablethan were there- P.P.TLZ1G. 4.,.'IWIUI.J I 1 RECREATION I ; The. Steamer ,' .'

tenting I n the aggregate an' amount io the.general administration ,of by stopped, I" venture to affirm that :& :DANIEIi' :" ., ,WEDDING CARDS '- : .' : ;': S S :. .r.
KlUMK.
Which, prior municipal affairs in our larger cities.It disturbing FL' ; : rHEADSIS''',' c'-- LANDS FO* "
to .our war experience, many problems'of finance now > : Bii ; : "I !:,' ;l
IrOnld have been considered obtain authority ,. ', ,4'A f ?*rti t..1 1M..* i :
a large is so easy to Legislative the;people and'perplexing the ; 'ATTORNEYSATLAW.OFFICB S > '.LETTERHEADS, ORANGE: GROVES COLONIES,

biirdei3 orthe nation. .It wpuld .have to'contract' debts ; it ,is so leg slator'wouldfind; 'an easy solution i i .. *',',. '1';. "; .''. ....t-', FARMS MARKET-GARDENS Waleave I JacksonvUle every THURSPAT morning .
,
: ,, at
;
been Block,comer OceananlBajStirestsS : I o'dO.
*"gross Injustice however sell' the be : Reed's CIRCULARS.. ;,;, 1 : -'CEO. R- TOZAgentJJaccmIflca1a.JuIy
} he easy to; a good itr. 4.to' -nay, would not even.remain' to -. .Jacksoavttle, Fla. POSTERS. 'f. : VILLA SITES, TO'Vly ; \, 's. 1874- ,

laid. to leave the inference that the captaif.hobfhyprizesSii! } forms solved at:all.! All questions/he/ .said, 3y 5' .. TBiIE7S i LOTS. : T- 1i, ,::t-$

leg debt of these cities is security it is to.roll ,up, a fair settlement-after .' : ,,, .,,,- i S ; i-- S t
over ; ,sq ,easy are susceptible} "" "' : FURNISHED HOUSE
&
/ CIRST-cLASS
>we,ooooo. fox indeed a;single city, debt to ,be taken .care, of, by those full:discussion, ,and it wonldbe found :DOBBINS. IVERSONT:: ..:\ .PAMPHLETS'"-' .. ','+ ;' .**', -*. rfivj'I: t*i i" *j. J FOR.SALE' pi :SANFORLVS' GRANT. '.1" ft ,- "- .-, -

commercial. metropolis of the nation who come after jnstead, of. leaving that.the.1'more perfect nion" ,which : ,BLANKSijOF-ALL. KINDS.. i ':'; -_. IM,.MOORE.. AcMrrj J.xJAcotnILLa'; !' : ..,.S

presents a debt embracing nearly a severe tax to be paid by ourselves; our'fat: hers sought to establish will be I., 'GUN, AND'IOcKSMfl'HS1'. .1- ':x" 1'" i,: :, 'J: P: i-f ujff: <,*> Lt. .-I' : 'a. ., .' : F.. O R .SAL: E 'a f"

onc.thud of the entire amount, while in short, ,it.. is so easy and, alas, so. fully and finally realized when each > \,, COLORED. PRINTING.. AND. ,GILT. WORK.jr .. :, .
plantation
leleral _. > 1. : 7- The-andenigaed intending to cemove
of the cities OD the list hare natural, to have ,smooth, enjoyable section .istifiwitlintto' renjoy an undue ALSO, ELKCTKO-PLATING :AND GILDING, Ac- ", ... will seU his residence on Adams 1 h.-
debts _. : 1 .
if" '
: :
"S. ;
of comparatively' insignificant time to-day thinking little of'the ills iOtber 'and .", :.' -r. "' :"'T' JACXJONVIUUIV ,March jist, 1874., SjamesandGrandNazlona1Hotdls. ;
:
: advantage. over any 'o-j At th Proportion5. The class of cities next that' may overtake'ns on 'the morrow'. when all sections are alike ready.to be )d. f" .r f.--i -u.i.. r K 1 "< : 'V CHEAP, iEATANDPROMPT.' "THE 6OUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COIlPANYw Apply to J. c.Gu; : 'n

"w-eto-those; just:referred to, those And, following this ready, convenient governed in ,what They ask and in: ,U'CO'ANJ'.1", ",* --';; ;." ? ; ." 1. Jr: .!"; .. State' < .fcr ". 6.'s*7 '!:tla'
bvng ;. i clew, days appoint a Agent. : I
.
.each .a of 'shifting the and what demand W ." .. '
population exceedingthao ,- lazy method what they give, (bey if nM.I.: \ 1 '' 4fl < / OthSEuuMowONt:
5Ooo and less & ;MAPSONV, > ..., Florida In.the meantbne,I will],codtmeat. hs.maaageAO -
beenitb! means : that L1
t iooooo are burdens of to. layihas < $ and in what tbey'concede by .I ; ,i'.jl/STICE OF THE EACE : .. :pOBERSON .

Pte ve fr n\Jb, r, baying '" aggrcnc' -. of precipitating on:many of tour f.ost. spirit of patriotism which .always "jjl ,. ... t :.L'%. .1Iavsoedi6rst4Ma : From Paris,FnaOt Foreman Kli.tinw of the. .Statenvl.l '

POpulatiQu of about favored and promising: cities a vast! the "authority -principle," t' : directed Henry A. De } .
:: 750,000. obeys "Y 'P-UBLiC' communications to me,car DYEING .
'R .
N' O T A NEW.
'Do tOtal CScbt.does not exceed $.10,.. load of taxation. which, hampers business !- and always yields to the ,"D espotismofpaty sitAvp'At... p$,. LTCngfa, Secretary of the JacksonriHe Branch,:will '.: stG EAUH
Q QO, "hi) h Office to SOWTE'S BLOCK, .. Gentlemen's Wearing ApparflLri -
gives about prevents,ac: aQ the modern : .. Ladies and -
auecu.-1Icre '
capita S40pe1 oppressespropeIiyp: : corner of Pay and Pine f' Lace Curtains,
for the whole lis naturally p !- --" cOSTIeT5BAY and Fllrfft$. the best saloons lathe, country.canb'enddLa1thS rcvsda.atteados.. . raking the11b.1' cessions of population'.otherwise': : appliances .by, S r- "
..
; .
1s. .
dass ofeitici by? ''':johiffcE i is said ''to l>e a schoot'Tmc .1, ... ,'" ,. '1' <," .j' shaves;far sale -'Sf V-/. I" .J,JL MILLER, : ., .',,I. and. other fine fabrics c sad dy ,
having each iy.w&.ends.
bearer to eight
a pOp- lending jhal t'r. : :; STREET,

exceeding 20,000 and less than:, retarding beergrptl; ;; ? :which;; ..tnedebUwas enough! and.th. :1en&tic'pufls 1CTURTS PW aDd ccioted at WOOD- ft;'BIOCr -, tat$uooi eight shaves,hair t.1t cutting,' and ,shampooing,. t\:4. ..."i'....". ",1/j'......,..).../..".",.,..'H., '1:4'Jci..i"l. '. ....:.=.....j...t" ," t ta ""a FORY t, "'!. 'hf1 r, .Ntaadg I (. $ _.,
-
50' JiOfUtW; ,
J i" :
'nd cbmpience4; figaying. :: 'l.P.u..IJ

: ..
rmLrs
:
....... "l there are in aU contracted ,.1 havcjost tt' ;it"'c' GeJIa1.m'jtJUf.'ifIr.1.? :I 'r. ', < + ,
f.tJ
? .J "' .
el'1' .. some'53 ; ,. t :. .1J' i:4 .ttt it \n' )1 ; "
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-f-r- .". .. ., -- "* : fIfi How can '1 he f-raii ig40roi ,-** ("altogether. This -Is legal tenders --
r In Nation- hinwlf fully"beticflng in its usefulness l l Ing"goo Rep decrease
: THE NEW SOUTH *t nd poll tax on colored man Stockholders'Responsibility as one and a
Iaa1t
1,1 ( right make provisions first then if I millions
be that and the time ; you ; deposits decrease
aUBanks. of the tree. claim to at same
three
-- the c.'iulylito '
: j a tnount4tl to $t.5.thus giving during can spare the land and time devote It' half millions and ,
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AIWII'CdO ,CA'Utt'Y.. for appropriations $250,000 We are scarcely prepared to give ns Of the forty-five acres which he has under bead, bolting. ticket? 'The" income of to King Cotton afterward an eighth millions.revenue decrease two auel

: 'lS.&KlLLCG.C_, : } ADAMS CARRUTH & CO C''apitatlon and poll tax on 20- full an exposition as we intended in thin cultivation AbOut' one-ha'f i entirely an official paper, thepostl 'n of-Superintendent -, -_. A telegram hat been

i4"j' ; ." r. __ __ colored) men, nt $!.M, i issue of the character flf the Securities cleared off, while the other half i* simply I of Instruction and a salary of The Civil Rights BUI. Navy Yard Washington received, fron at the

4 r4 j. s ADAMS. EDITOR. 0 9.0 provided by law for the,safely of depositors nndcrbrushcd and tbl.1nctl.out. and the $100, will pay him well for all he has SECTION 1, That all citizens and other A. bemmes, commanding at PeDlICo1a Capt.\

t ; *- Making n total of '$ tOO in tlic,. National Banks generally, very marked success which has thus far done for the benefit, of ,the party, the persona within the jurisdiction of the Navy Yard, saying that Paymaster 1b

t t 1, .' .'Utmt TO.r Local CORRESPONDENTS Interest are olicited from all OTHERS.pans oftbe as the burden imp ed by tho Democracy f for we have not been' able to spare the attended his effort, would go far to county, or the State, if be is a Republican United States shall be entitled to the Is Mahon reported.to doing Thirteen weBL One more eaae

F p >UU. Abo, commiuucatioM on subject ofcencral in each year.. time to look the matter, ,up sufficiently. warrant him in his evident partiality for and much' more than he deserves full and equal enjoyment of the accommodations arc convalescent and the officers aDd'ID
rkrait fever
*. ,Corrctpondcnu Kpccl*lljr educational shoidJ make todal their and induunaltupit letter at4irwf Now compare" this with the l last year But, inasmuch as more information was partial shade for ft young grove. l if he is not. ,advantages, facilities and Ing for want of subjects. fa cfecJhp

the beta a ltd drcumctanoe wiU permit. of Republican control. promised, and in response to the communication his United of regular Republican privileges inns, public conveyances on Mrs. Tilton
-1 We an a<*re pon'iUe for opinion expreMed by our In addition to the cnllivlaion of support. land or water, theatre and other places is sick Her phvrid.,

;: v ,1 currapondent be returned nor preserved.Rejected Anonymous manuscript contributions can neither I n 1874-the appropriations: were$30,0 'of "X.," in mr .last, we trees, )fr. Eich berger ha*twelve acres nominations, .gives our only hope of of public amusement and also of common says that anxiety' has prostrated hV"u

wilt not be noticed.REGULAR The )poll tax l'U1 not exceed 40,0 have made some inquiries about the devoted to the cultivation of the grape safety.! : LA\TILLA.: schools and public institutions of learning tire system. .

First National'Bank he're. and discover principally' the Scuppernong and the 111 or benevolence .supported in whole or The death of the Duke of Leicester u
REPUBLICAN TICKET. $SlOQ State 'News.CIVILAppoixiMEXTs part by general' taxation and of cemeteries announced.
.. that 'X.n was in error in his construe Flower's both natives of the' sontti, and
'. that with no record of what has been so supplied, and also the institutions Gen. .fl. W. Henly United
'4. +:, Member Congress-, itt District, S lion of the law-regarding the risponsibility both possessing qualities calculated to known as Industrial Colleges endowed Marshal for Sutt
The f following
he in time : Alabama hu
H cost except -
past
WM of.Democracy
,. PUR appuiwrf
of stockholders. recommend tthe careful by'tbe'-United States,' subject to dozen
them
',, grower civil appointments( were made during some or two deputy
.. from the law tho( of Hu-
*, hUI'tltn marshal .
/ *
the conditions
Under tho l legal provisions I ench stockholder aqd limitations establishedby upon the recommendation
For MaubcruCCongress, *d District, of fruits. TbrS"In s are planted fortyet l last week i.1 and

:- JOSIAH T. WALLS. ,L Iublct U\'cl'nnh'nt.las been no more 1 1I in ClSe'of a tl.-ticiency of the |ret apart each way, and between/these Alachua'county--Joseph Adams, to be law and applicable alike to citizens of Charles E. Meyer, Chairman re..tI 01! the
least and when'wc consider of every race and color regardless of Rennblican __ ,
at Exec.btiYA
i expensive C'.nmf'nh
: 1t I bank is to the declined.
: -I DUVAL COUNTY TIvJiET. the additional cost ciiused: responsible primarily extent mws arc by
,; : ., .t for'Senator,tEih Senatorial District, '. ncccsssr. t of, the stock which Jut owns, and AntI on another portion; of his place we 'Bradford--Charles L. Shepard, to be SEC. 2. That any person who shall vI-' appointed in negro counties for have been

..4 : j JOSEPH.H. .DURKEE.Fur he : \ of tonle;0.00( colol'l.dpeoplc secondly to a pro-rata assessment of an saw three acres of bananas'in full bearing sheriff, vice, Roland Thomas'resigned.ColumbiaS. olate the foregoing section by denying' purposes exclusively andareaHEepuh.!election

I < Members of the Asembl,. and their transformation from additional amount' not exceeding the l while another portion ho had .W": Cltth y. to be coun to any person entitled; to its beneSts, except licans.
on
f-" JOSEPH E. LEE. c battclbip!)!] to citizenship, the comparison amount of his stock, us fur intatico, a ty-treasurer, vice II. 1.. Eagton, failed .to for reasons by law applicable to The Republican arm nnder
making
1 of the newly set, General
; .. ALFRF.DGRANT. eight acres same citizens. of e'ermc" and color antiegitrtllt'ss
i '. ::. ,IV i i still more favorable to Jh'pI1l.1can I holder of $5,000 stock is contingently I in all eleven acres of bananas.. Theseare qualify.Ducal Holmes A. Pattison and. C.P.Cooper r ul any previous condition of Laguara, has crossed Embro and taken

Republican State Central Committee form :m. responsible, to make: up a !1"1: to the his trees and will be notaries Peter servitude, the full accommodations, ad- Lagnnrdia, Spain. The success has!
among orange tit public; roadnan excellent
j; Florida. Before, no such thing as a of Impression in Madrid
It syFtcm extent of $10,000, but I in no event fur vantages, facilities or privileges in paid
only remain until the trees become 'suf Jones, to be auctioneer. Don Cailos with the bulk
of his foUowlera
t' ,
V'M. H.GUULSON,Chairnun. D. EACAH.Secretary chi ols deemed section enumerated
fro public > was essen- or inciting such denial
tj !:' ''', lM.tricts. iMric5s. I anything more. ficiently grow & require 'morc'room.ltu Escambia--. C., Humphreys, to be l. shall for such is Larionga, 1)1 I anrra.
offense
,
ial. The whites educated very forfeit
1 ( :
J. t. lliraro Potter, 13. II. S. Harmon, prosperous I Without making any impertinent inquiries l also rowsJr uious vegetable crops county etnnmlssioner1 vice Jacob Kohn, and pay the ,sum of Jive hundred dollars One thousand marines will embark
..
J. W. Butler S. 'r. Dar.J. heir children themselves the removed P.
M.
be
}k M poor or asking for a lulllist of the : deRioboo.'to justice to the from Madrid .lot Cuba, November
W. J. Purman, 15. H. Braun, among his trees, thus making the laud person aggrieved thereby, to be .
r 4. Smith Dawson, 16. j. W. Howcll. whites went without edu.tiol, and it stockholders, we ascertained the .J.nines his of the peace; John L. Lindsay' justice recovered in action on the case, with L, Roberts & Co., South stretf.New
labor of
., 4 W. H. Daniel, D. Tannehid pay for the cultivating of the Jacob Kohn
removed
5. ,
17. J. ,
peace ;
York
., criminal to tench full and shall for
,
was a costs, also for. such tke
negro anything. many years largest
"J 6. M. L. Stearns. 18. Peter Jones ot,,seme of the.leading m uj interested) Ilk melons cucumbers beans commissioner rremoved. every rcceiv.
7. RupettOiarlca. 19. W. II. LeCaln, Now edut'ltlonln the common branches groves. ; county offense be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor ers of flour in the United States, have
.
; I $. Samuel Walker, 110. G. J. Alden and trust we are telliiig no tales out of potatoes and peas, all find their way to Madison-Morris M. Sampson, to be and upon conviction thereof suspended. Asssets of firm and D1erQ.
t Robert Meacham for the ; becomes
W. H. emancipated a
al.
.j 10.y. Dennis Eagsui, ... J T. Maebee Gleason, 0,0 school in mentioning them. 'Samuel the Jacksonville and Savannah: markets", j !!tice of the peace ; Miles ,Elliott, justice shall Leaned not less than one thousand bers private property sufficient to pa
t -, ". I. W. brock.ta. 13. -- necessity for the State und the equal of the peace, removed. dollars shall be their and
fr ; Wm,. D. Sean, ... E. L.\\are.CONCKESSIONAL Remington, worth U,000,000; ;. holds! selling at prieeif which warrant him inma'king or imprisoned not more obligations! nave some turpfas.
r ,I a right of every citizen, and now all may $15,000 of stock ; Philo Remington, more extensive: plantings tho ,Manatee. e'orge'W. Waldron, to' be than one year; provided, that the parly The suspension is understood to be only

I- .mraUCA" IXECUTI\TI CoUizTTfl..j b thus taught in the free schools of the, county treasurer;; vice D; ,D.- Garner i so aggrieved shall not recover; more temporary.
; -.j SECOND DXSTEICT.A for the support ol which.all are worth $1 1, OOOOO, holds $5,000'Wr; C.; c omingseason.All this has been done resigned.'Monroe. I than one penalty; and if the offense is In the Baltimore Circuit Cooit at

:, a matter o c"eitn to those ,d.bil to correspond t St'te axed alike. Squires, worth 8300,000 hold.-,' 3,000; by a man. whojiad: no preliminary training -J. W. Locke, to be superin- a refusal: of burial, the penalty may be Towscrtown. in the case of Samn l Me

'-.;* Committee with any member of the Republican Executive Treasurer. Spinner. .,,worth $50.000. ,_,holds l lor !his. vork. The financial.disturbances IhmtJt.'tlnt t of common schools, re-ap- .recovered by the irs-at-law of theper- Donald on trial for the murder of Berry

I 4 1 committee, dds post-office District,addresses we append: the list t.,f that I we suppose the children. (f the $s J5'0X; )) &c. Among: the'other sf ckr which ruined EO many businessmen iwinted.J ; .GeorgeB. Philips, to he count son whose Lodv has.llcen refused burial J; Amos, the jury brought in a verdict of.

t .II .it State to number then at $5 ach t the holders 1,v commissioner re-appointed P. K. and provided further, that all persons not guilty.
Hon. I. R.Scott Chairman.Jacksonville. .,0 arc our ft'lIol' Jiiliri in the South'caught( him in their : ;
Hon. A. A.'KNIGHT, Treasurer. Jrilh.un.t, to be commissioner may elect to sue'for the penalty aforesaid -
Jacksonville. cheapest conceivable rate; their cducation (Clnki"; :A."McLean C. A. Fairchild ,jcounty ,
: PHILIP all his: means but under their
grip carrying
; or to
0 WAtR Secretary Jacksonville. I away. !vice E. B. Rawson term expired. proceed rights at
,
I Hun. E. lohnsoo., Lake City. cost and this i is ]Paved D. Grecnleaf Hut Dr: Bost- law MISCELLANEOUS.
,i-, t. Hon.\ H. S. Harmon.Gainesville, wnut $10,0 I. Moody being of those who always manage to ::1 LEON COUNT common and the State statute, and
I : "r' Hunt E. R.Chadwick. Palatka.. s by the free schools; of the State; \Wick to the 'amount of $iKXJ:( ( each; and l lhe light on their i Jeet, ho tu ned. tho thing living so elected. to proceed in the one
1 Ihjn. Birch Gibson. Volunie lit part two of Florida Supreme mode the OST.OFFICE NOTICE.
or other their to P
Ol the right
half of proceed
i Dennis Eagan, Before, nearly om; : popula- President, Mr. ..3Ioorc- with the and work and '
hand
I'' Ho.. ii.. nearest his wentto' p Court report.is now ready and for i in the other jurisdiction shall be barred:
Papjr AuRustinc.Saml !
.'::1 j Pt' Feandin.St ion of the Stale were in shu'cr.and for Cashier, Mr. Shoemaker. stuck. His success is assured i, and a ale at the Capital. but ,this provision shall not apply* Itcrimininal ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE or MAILS.

\; : r. John Mcllenvillc.. heir punishment, other ,upon competence awaits'him ns a reward for 'The Sentinel' says: proceedings eithe'rundur this .ARa. CtOSC

:: "1 the plantation. little provision was necessary Worth Considering in Florida. the ,fortitude and perseverance with Tnp SuUn-CANE CROP,-The weather act or the criminal law of the State. Northern Fernandina\\"olcm.dai11.and r'lorWa KaU-. n>:ia A.K. .:"M_

s j : ::. Ioa. J. T. Wa Appintments.Repubnc noine(for Congress by I law, but when these were It hus'lohg been o opinion that the which he has pursued hU work. ths sCI\on' has been 'unusually favorible SEC.. That the Di'ttrictand' Circuit Saint road Augustine,dai1y----and Palatka__, ioia M. axo P.n,
Courts
:. '.'',:. Iu the Second Congressional District assisted by other suddenly clothed with citizenship, they j people of Florida pay too little attention The inland.experime'ot.we ; ) for'the 'cultivation of the staple, of the' United States shall have "dairy,(Sunday*excepted- 8:00 r. M. 7:00: P..
: nex have and the in this vicinity is the finest exclusively of the courts of the several Key West,arrive*every ilcn- '
will address the at the entitled all the citizens crop
of
people jccame
fh"tn"be lp1e lo rights j to the cultivation of rice. We ____ .
seldom _
j /'flowing places: very to note i that of Mr.. Owens, a planter hat has been seen for many. year, It Stales, cognizance of all crimes and ollenscs day _.. 10:12"II
close
I,, '1 -. ;'MadUon.tma O loth ] Pal. a, Oct. 17thGreen among which was the right of fair see it in journcylngs throughthe l living about half way between Ocala. i is to be. regretted.that the quantity plan- I against any violations of this act, Enterprise.every Mcloaville Thursday, >aod a'oo P.M.

,. : j; -St Cove *' tyh ijth I j| Jacksocvlilc, .' *4th 'I rial by adequate courts and no punishment State, except in1'' small patches, and Orange 'Lake. He has fourteen it d iisohimited.. .But .1 little. more ,8} rup and actions for penalty given by the preeediulIection Saturday Point, arrives___Tuesday...._and P..
AUlltu be 4:30 IPOA.K.
;
the .
-, conviction of crime i will be made than will be may prosecuted
-..: -- _- except upon and the aggregate product of it in the whfch old requiredo'meet'thiudemand Fort George.Yellow Bluff and
I' tree twenty-five '
-- are years; Territorial District Circuit Courts of
ur
t at i home, :and as forsugari Maypoil arrives 'Juesday
l/ : ';) liave the Republicans Squandered the and then the punishment citizens and State is too small to be considered ns but which. until, recently received no there will probably be''n "ne at the United States, wherever the defendant and Friday_._. 4:00 P.M.

:I. ,:r } Funds of the People of this State? not chattels. Hence, the system of one of our resources. This is another particular attention.' Last year these! all made for market. Onr'-pltl1ters. so may be found without regard to the urday.-Icuvts Wednesday_. _and_Sat- 9w>*.K

:, : The tendency.. In all political cam- county courts und the enlargement of' i nstnnce'of the too prevalent 'shiftless- fourteen trees yielded him an income of far, have contented themselves with cul Clth rarty' and) District Attornejs.1Iarbha. SuJucbolas____, _. 10:00: A. N. 100 A.M

:: j:I fiAignu, to give much attention to the system i of circuit courts became at ness" of our professedly :igrieullurajwjulace t ivatlngjust a little more than enough 3 and Deputy MuvhtU of the OFFICE HOURS.
to $:00. lie has since addvtl to the
number
the United State and commissioner The post-office wPl be daily Sunday
opc
their ( ezoBted)
'
appointed
to. satisfy wants notwithstanding"
t1 "Y,' 'personal matters pertaining t the different once a nci-csMty. Here then was a necessary and is a reproach"under"whichour until now his" numbers- fopr the own by the Circuit and Territorial from tt*. H 104 p. M.and uvm 6:30 to 7.30 r. n.
.' grove fact that it has been frequently The office will be
open on buudays(
run 11 to
i irx
: r candidates, and to giro little consideration nddioo21', public expense of people should not be willing to rest. h hundred. )young trees'which will-soon demonstrated that its cultivation" Courts of the United Stales, with powers o'clock r. M. >

1 ; i i to the questions of political $25,0. A penitentiary also becamenecessary We give the following extract from come into bearing. These all show that, i is more profitable, than cotton culture. of arresting and imprisoning and bailing limes The during cener the I and regular box hours deliver,except es will when be open the mail at aU

.
: involved the enforcement oflw I I[f the .\ i {,offenders against (ho laws of the received dIsributed.I .
:i principle needs to be guarded for proper the Macon Telegraph for the benciltol have not been present mJ 'wctthercontinuet- I an being
they injured by
I frost, grinding will commence this United States, are hereby specially. MONEY ORDER OFFICE.Money .
: ugainst. Elsewhere in world the l byvtho infliction of appropriate: punishment whom\ in lire that probably I
-J may concern, : hope
of their thorized
and
t.o. and institute
duiliig nJ.lporilKt growth
to
required
q. year much later than usual, s'the longer proceeding I order are Issued at this office payable in any
people await the, controlling motions of I upon convicted men. Here,. we may some day: be enabled to sec g;o far to wurant the assert inn .that.:_a the cane is permitted to stand up to ,against, every person "hti shall I part of Btiuia the United,NwiUcrlasxl Slates and and .(so orders payab.inJreat

': tb'JS who claim the power to direct t oo, is a necessary; additional expense home grown rice upon our fable: largo l 1 portion Iff Central Florida is susceptible hc; time of lo scling, the juice becomes violate the provision of this act, and 'n,: are the rates commission i Germany.' 1 be -

l': ., ;j from superior right 5 L Lew, ,on the contrary '&20,0. More than: half of the 'Statewasunoccupied The writer, in ax recent vis-it to the of t;he richer, The..crop planted this yearo cause him to be arrested or imprisonedz, The money and order tfficc will be open from 9 A. M:,.
producing M. Irons
beconfing an orange : :3u P. 3 to 4 P. M
t :' all are equal in and waste, and 'more coast of .Georgia,.was glad to, perceive ; th'clstwo i n' this country is about the same as r bailed as' the ease may'be, for trial ttoxri
; :
luttiCIright l country. Certainly instances before sui-h court of the tJnit :d States D0aIESTIC OKPCBS
but the: will be much
yield
that greater. "
: i alive.to the fact that lice i is now '
J 1 thtJ'e are no superiors and no inferiors than twenty millions of acres wcru wild Territorial Court law OB orders nnt exceeding$10 3 cents.
; or ha
as
the most remunerative crop oral! others ar"Cry encouraging'indica "TZ'ZE.CQTFON,CIoi--The planters in by' cognizance i Over|K>and not exceeding Sao,10 cent*.
\ : luit: the whole people, by sections, from unproductive not only cuntributingnothing.to of the offense, except in respectof Over|ao and not exvecdintc cents.'
1 at the South, the people of that region, tions of the fitness of both th'c soil and this county are reaping "a much larger 5p.13
'.;$" l time to. time confer together. to tho the re Ilrees'' of the Slate, even in the piny wood*;'are very gent,, climate for this purpose! : reward fur their labors 'than they expected the right dl f action accruing to the ,Over Over W fy>and and not not exceeding exceeding 5o).,,a x j centsu cents.
and
t r best measures to guard and) protect the but forming by their:waste expanse a erally' directing,their attention to the a month/ago.: The crop,will "bejreatly person aggreired, such proceedingsto J'OkEIQC .UIIU"
\Yu have he ird of Instances t be to their
other termination
'r' .common of all and in these frequent serious\ obstacle: & *''all) settlement;nnd cultivation of this valuable grain. 'In : many g[ in excess of last 'year' Up to prosecuted as On wdes not uftC tIC$.0.2S cems.
gftod ,- i in
I of finc.fruit. in othercases ; providing that nothing Over$10 and not exceeding fjo,50 ccccu ,.
t i Bryan county:\ve saw 'ltrge"fit'ld of ifwhich.would a few.trees yielding data S i)9 W bales of cotton have been received '
,
: appeals to the judgment and com' development. A Bureau of Immigration contained in thit section shall be.construed Cvu$ao and out exceeding|y o.35 cents
';i yield twenty bushl'! and v.rJ!< u i portions of the: interior'all going Nt ,fit* depot here, which.is..about Over f 30 and not exceeding $40, '..
,{ mon sense of our people, i really to Le was then-fore .organized and, the upwards per acre. Any SPOt in the .' t twenty-fivc'per .cent, ":advance on last to dtny'or, defend the'chil action Uver fv and nut CU tho of the
: .1, ) found the (secret 'source of a national f fact that it was, followed by> .nn, immediate piny woods slightly cmypenned( pro- to prove correctness assumption y'caYs record. according to any person by reason of ,.. J.S.. -.F.stnxuiicv., '
that can be produced successfully thii act or otherwise., :.&! ,October _
4 duces forty bushels per acre in ordiriiyseasons oranges r so. .aU ,
oft
growth and
; power prosperity which has I increase the 1)pultlonbh'b 4LtChIUAC9t'N'rT. SEC.: That '
4. no citizen he -
providing
und it is fuel at'points remote 'from largo
a i beyond dispute
..1\\ worked the wonder of the world. I in the first three years exceeded by thre. that it wi1'&larid .Cotton brings six and 1 eight cents in meet all the other ni1ifieationi* which j
drought better than Ijodieu of water. C.MATTIEP., FRANK E UTTtX.L .
: Parties form the only practical agen- or fourfold, any previous, ratio!,, proves i corn on the same land. When it in remembered the seed in Gainesville, are or'' may be prescribed by taw, shall .: '
i Iu addition ,io the, cultivation of the rhe.cam is in in this be disqualified lor service for grand or '
-
meetlng
t- ; .ciei for giving and character the wisdom.fit4inauguration, but-thi.,p that on the p'auds! this crop .vogue .
shape '
to escapes all dangerfrom hurricanes and orange, we saw everywhere that 'much! cnunl)". Rev. P, 5 ? ar-enger iu charge. petit, jurpra many court of,tho United ;11. _' .

,' ,. ;r the govcrnmentoftho State and nation I toot cst annually, some. 610,0. freshets, it is"not.'surp'iflitjj.'in \view of care was bestowed on the banana''which This'may secm'prbfana'tion, but. it.' sn't. States or of State, on account of nice C ,",MATHER J&,.CO., !

\, \ ; .1 .and are to he considered as mattr of I. Take from the amount expended 'by the 10W,1)riCtt of' sea.Haiid (icotton, that. seems'to have become acclimated in this 'The ,New'J5W says: color' or previous condition of servitude.ami ,'p .' ",- .:.,, ,, 'I'4 .. ..os. .!

:;" necessity rather than choice. The two, the Republicans, the cost of the schools, planters near the const fire l h'gil1nlng loMibslitute and Our school .(the .Union Academy) any offiuer or other person.chargedwith ',; '1trf. ; < tr 1 ''N'i'L. ,:
to be in
section seems improving : 'any'datyfn"the selection or sum
I :;. of the the additiontl courts the it for tho latti r. One sucess.In last with ; "i "t''.' r.f .,
before opened on : ;
; great parties country are penitentiaryand Monday Mr.Cessna of who : !: M ;
shall exclude
farmer'froin Liberty even assertedin : quality. We heard tho people speaking moning jur fll, rr .. .
;.t the people', saying "choose which re the turcau'f immigration* and as Principal: and some two or three fail to citizen for the :: I JI
ye if j! summon any cause
the of tho Gulf road that 'their
k cars thg or. of their., bananas as resource of 's scholars, assistants.ThJs'we) learn is
,
: i will hve" The question expensed dinary'goldtn rice could Le"iro\vn with
-. .o-ay. machineri ; yearly.labor just as commonly! and .as, done to ec nomis. The .scholars( who and fined ; :
thin
not more one
f general and not personal in the oil h .
character of equal facility high g1Ufl.I.The
arc \ I '
;; government1 confidently of the sweet potato. 'The r reallyknu least, are chosen as teachers,' thousand dollars. .: \ .
.
f it 1 not a question of preferring" than under the writer himself has raised a, full crop of when there,are others who know more ;
t all
DrIU1QCJll'Y what variety on: the Gulf side of the! SEC. 5.'That cases'arising! nnderthe .
termed' .
corn on are second lowlands grown : "
: arc t" t be t taught. The tehool has turned -AD'-'
..- man, a snob, to another, but of men ai; 4'ft1e$4,000O00> of State 'LO 1J*jssued'in ) visiins! of this act i iu the courts rf : ,
on the seaboardand, fifteen bush Stale has been cultivated there for many out sompjwi good teachers as any, institution : i.r .:: ; ?1--! ; s. .
: representatives of different political prin-S' aid l' sal els of rice besides which cultivatedlike ho: United Stafes, shall' be reviexvabld '
of.lho e was fair : In' j "
of' / '
"
l' :onvi years and is very quality.., :Being this State of its class. Anti Conrt United :' -
by'thu Supreme of the
-; (' !, In wl.'se' varying'operation I cola and Mobile it be said peas between the'hill : now when in the best Booksellers
to wo
i- I d al I\Hr I i very 'tender a' light frost kills were possible States, without regard to the sum id' i.: L 1.
are ioter sWI. IL is not a question ol first, that their issue tievenva a party the' ICI'es''nnrl upper portion of theplr.t efficiency it receives 'a suddencheck'to'its controversy nnder thu- fame provisions ,'< A" >. ?,- ; V f '
choice I.etweenFinley and Walls in question favored and The Orange Groves of FIor'iJain 1 usefulness the incompof and i
both
regulations
( any ; parlies opposed ;" but this does not..injure'theproductiveness as are nowprovided by
'
i other sense than as representing their issue, if the Democracyhad out form articles on thi-i subject t ):of the.teachers. by law; for the review of other courts i in VILri-FLORiD. I
of In t
it tho
.,' '(9! the JLpcctu'ely < :Dt ,. I1s. )!i early, PUTNAM. COCSTT.Not said court. f. ; },
.
solidly it itl, could we have treated upon'those seciiniu..uajacent
btCn opposed ; of the.. ealon the i lcitt bnck .
!e\'c part: top < "' a house for rent in Palatka.< f
>. : paitie*. have been carried. Second, i in ot I to and under the ilUmedi Ltd i all Ids .
I ." .f': lcu until the frozen portion is taken away Real estate Is advancing in Palatka creditable to the good 'sense if not ,
The majority of onr people are Re them was given the same amount of ameliorating influences ..of'considerably. and the new growth proceeds with'great and vicinity. t-to the good 'manners of nor letterwriting HAVE JUST'r.MOYED TO THEIR' NEW

; .- '.;= publicans, ,who are supposed to be sufficiently Railroad bonds- giving a prior lien upon I bodies of water. We, will now proceed vigor.. ; We should judge that Pratt was'on i community that, notwithstanding AND' COMMODIOUS. STORE ON

: V wise to "let well enough alone," the whole franchise thus' t be assisted, to show what success has attended tins '--0-, T-- I his way home as the Herald is preparing the temptation the postal. card offers for

-- \ : I .. t and we should .compare the principles which in case,'of honest application. o r cultivation of this much coveted fruit in About t Mawbey Ti ket., i; t the minds of: iu readers: r wonderful the two gratification oc.three offenses of personal of this kind spite,,have only 'BAY' STREET. ;.'NEAk. 'LAURA. ,

\ ;, > and record of our own with those aid would regions remote from and beyond Editor New South alligator! stories* '
J party the by the completion of the entirely : It seems to a vet been.brought to the notice of the au

; ,l.. of the Democracy and i we are satisfied I road have been ample security. Third, such ,influences other than the quiet man like ,myself that a bigger Thu county court-house, is' being! repaired thorities. On Tuesday was made. if we 'WHERE' WILL.BE "IOCND,

that the party we hare supported la if any mistakes were made.or any mal l. general' humidity' :.to which the entire smoke is being got up about tho Maw- paintedancl trimmed up. mistake not, tho third arrest for such 'an ". .

J done, and is likely) to do good .w ,; vers&tion, it i is not .attributable to'any r peninsula.is subject. In. doing. .. this. we Key'ticket for for county' officersthan ST. JOHNS OUNTT. i infraction card of the law. In England the
made
then -- -- The new lighthouse at. St.Augustine' postal \vas. the' weapon of A LARGER ASSORTMENT
: we shall be unwilling to adopt than the shall only relate what we have is .All .. .
anj r one political l. party anymore : to seen, either necessary or profitable. ,oni,Auastacia Island, has ,been lighted,. anonymous malice to 'suchan extent, ,

1 doubtful changes that may be urged bj I other.Thus, 'the allegation ofwastes touching but lightly ripn, anything the gentlemen: on. the. ticket Messrs. The St. Augustine postof&ca in, to he and the.'annoyance 'resulting 1 ther frombt.csme oF.. -?_. "I

'f the Democracy. Ai ,the alegd recllessneu > fulneB seems ,to stand disproved; a I coming' to us at second baud (n'd las Lancaster, Mclnniss and..If aw bey, took, reconstructed. co general and so great, that' the: : ', '. STA TJONERS' SUPPLIES,

,.' !: and wastefulness'of te Bep hC agalnsttheRepnbIieatafl7 ofthe State our observations. have been confined an active part in,the regular county convention Mr.','ni! i"n.:Hart,. of 'St. Augustine. away proposition with it was altogether..seriously made Itis: to'to do be t.\ ,,

,_ lican. Stt and National government It principally"to Marlon" shall I and f in'the of obtain, dead. 1 '
o': \/ _- I '. county, we expectation hoped that we shall not come too critical ; r i 'J''S j .. n. > .

: : 1 '. asid. biter! empliDt..of ..burdensome' the follow from the' 'New" York begin at Pcala, with tbo place!. ofMr. At* ing there. nomination, whieb,,if. they The, StvAugustine. Press",savs :, We. a pass' The postal card is altogether -i .".;riweIs TO" .BE, ,FOUNt...it f -
By .ing ,
,: I taxation b \e .to fa the cLiejftaple L.: :icbelb l i'g r. ) ; had obtained.it, Ibey would have fnsisted have' received from various and"numer-: too convenient to;be ligbtly abandoned.ThRePjl" .., :'"" M. .:"._. .I., -.I._. .; ..,'... fANYOTIIER'HOUSE
:.If of the o|.Democratic World of October.3d,.donbts,would tie m tlck tarad'Ks ; bus, sources Nqrth, :Informatiou'tothe '
prttory can Five years'ago Mr. Eichelberger as the regular Republican :
; upon ,, IN FLOR-
to prevail of the entire soundness ol f. : effect that there,never has been'such a ; T'' ., .., '
1\ ":;_ TUfenltma1! be well t call attentionto made a beginning on'hU place, a high I such would bavedemandedfoi{ ruth to Florida- as: there will be tbe .r- '/' ';"- "';;'i'JDA.rt s" '
-
of the 'the finan1 ) com _
: some Democracy'upon General News. ,, ,, .
,
.; tb""f finandal raaiteri specially I ciaf I I. at the-preVent'tiiae fee I hammock, heavily" limbered with the it jho support the party. Mr. Maw-, 'lug'lC on-invalids] sportsmen, fash: '' =: 'f<1 :: '. ,
L b claimed taatHbe: peoplVof Ms. goose'lhat fairness ionables, et :id omna' All these -, -; .u L--V; i-rh .:t -
t t usual growth tf that, class of lands in bey' twn( paper concedes the. genus. if ONT OctT 7 1874..The
AL. ,
:. w f arc' Impoverished and reduced to want by that party in New York But which 11r the centre of the State. His first exp-rl of-they Domination, realty made and sustains will naturally desire to.visit Sfc Augustine lty\ C the mill o\yners in the vicinity major-and AT'. ..PRICESCOMPETING!) WITH. PRICES
platform? 11 It .the /" Gre n-blt'k "'o and. see the "oldest city fnJorthAmerica
;' and tJettltndoq thrj&ogh. .nnecessar the specie platform that is tojbejho ent was whth sour tqD1ps.brnugt t. wo it. The ticket nominated. lai,. a.good I ," 'where.the only, relics of a up to he and Ottawa River have'cloacd'theirmills CHARGED FOR*. GOODS, .' 'OF THE SU1LDFACRIFTIOS ,

(: orer-taxntion Imposed Iry a rccklesiRepublican believe, from Orange I I\1.e. Owing trj one, and alt who wish to elect a Republican medieval European'age; SWears: there will be a'falling: of over ,"IN 'NORTHER t CITIES.,
r' ago ., ..
test, tho Eastern :of tixw Western wan 50 per cent Jin, .the-' manufacture. of all .- ': 'w .< '"
goveriimont.: want of knowledge carts must if nol list uf. officers will support i it, as are to be found on' this'continent' 'TIJur1 kinds lumber this season. ,' : 1c 1-
: ':: 'J. :'. ;i'
Ju rdrr toa.1.erta1fltbo: truth of the cryf all thise failed. He then planted seer!! the regular nomination fairly'and.openly '1 ists. thermbst reli bt'} ,- connected, withtbei ._ '.
PLEDGE Tutu PLATFORH.- At'a'rece t' of the York : 'L 1W. "
io'rilE adirig Northern journals have declared meeting .New :
-- ullfgiaions pus.I! a, I Jet us'mpare Tho unequivocal terms of the Syracuse from the .sweet, grangeand: prof-ureij I made.: ""* In I; no other way T.'>can .tho-party' i r I .that there is 'no" where, to ,.be-I Board of "Fire" Commissioners Prof. ; .ElNViTEVJ; : :: ': 'r.. .
the .
tiuLtiottkndexFen'dirtircs of the old platform might ks well have been tquiv-i buds from such, soun-cs JIK were 'fltts t tavailabletQ sustain ItS lr. I concede ihar Mr. Lancaster found in Europeja: fort, or:castloj 'like Julius :H. Stricdlnger, who has I been: -. .'THE ATTENTION.: .' '* .

; Democratic and the ikfmbllcan Stat e ocal 1, aaigious Dl'' forly-tQnguwt4ue: 'budjpther sour stocks from is a good man and I shall bo glat I ,that ,pf .San Mar o. jo such ;ft state.qf 1'1'presevat1ou. lecturing'to the Department.on explosive .> ,* t>> ssee C '", r, I

.gnverr.inentstts well as we < an. 'Here le t the' nen'cbosn bfleerati I) wild'groves until now his grove numbers at ,sorua! ,future. time to vote. for him il,l L IL There' is but one other forces,and the beet method of throw CITYAD'COTrRY '

have a little the aran-- represent them *(' W sliingti or/at-\I 3OOO'tft't's.'of' ,. Tour by- his; supportof" tho action of"the like It i in.'Enropc; and'that.in'a"statef( !ofdilapiilMIob !r lug down:walla,to* preventtbeppread of r : : DEALERS
OUfOJptu'nt bany Iln' the Assembly or tbo'. House oRepentatives ges( coniVLntlon I; J whirstM'thls; fort,'!f' castle fire, made. .eonie interesting and satisfactory -- ,' '
; .w lf''te"erctj c6nt of monejanif ,- shall now be livid obligee tbree and two years, to f:ay ,nothing! ol he. proves himself worthy ufiup- iv.howlmo&t. perfectbajIng-the "fallihgpf'a 'experiments: in; regard''$t&'a '' : ;. ; ftj ,' : :':: ,. :1".r. :: .

".rIst expsuded b) lnq"KcpublfcaniaUe I in.honor and good faith .to conrurin their the many thousands., of J'pulIgtrces in port. Nch1, r; 1oj ;make any objection bartizan1 or l lookout t Wtr. on I Freiich', 'compound claimed to have'one- ;-'. : :L') .i iJ :..:, )' o '.

I I a maOef of conduct and their votes to the' pUinprin !the JorU -wes&' bastion .and : third more force than gunpowder and AND H-UudjtENIi9tLLYrToOUz:
public record L1 nursery.rows., ., Some'of. these.trees have to Mclnniss. personally. lie is a goot lit.'eyto ,
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of ; ciples declared, in that platform. Ar ,re'mainr another 350 none of dangerous explosive ) 't -
th1 Deraocntry have passe d I made a'rerbfirktbly 'luxtirlunt growth, fellow and: a good Republican! bu$ two years owing: .proper- STocK' AND' OUCITTRADE:
explicit pledge of fidelity should be exacted \ { to J tho. nature.of the,JDater al.u dlo, its tie*. : ., '..; ,._ .. "
ai(y Idavlftg n<> trace sin his niessag, and all on the place show the of ri successive elections. to the : ;; ". .
care i Assembly
nominee before liLt uonr contruction.' Iff
; of-every 'I *'* (*,t'r i- .-. : Andrew G Miller, late Judge 'of the I I. "n:,'.' :,.; It )
,; .ti(86l. Jo: f Milton declawd that no ination to the platform of the representative I patrent: nrid'enthusiastic; 'cultivator, sect should, satisfy his political aspirations, COLUMBIA .COUNTY.; United..ttatesCourts in Wisconsin. and I ," -.l' : .,;;; "- -

reliable- ,of expenses had been Democrats of New York. 3V 6 onded by a soil ('f :uutisunl excellence.' and.give! room to other men certainly as :,'Tl fl' 'for Late- who retired from the Bench last Spring : 'I "' ;,h' :Ir.L" ,.: /
extend'id
_.J kept for seventeen years; and ..Comptroll I4 I- have had enough nud'quite' too much of In t not of the cry cottages died suddenly at Milwaukee_ Oct. 1. ., ,..., ,
Democratic ,.Congressmen, voting(9rJuo this.gpet ee$ .' oqy, good asjliimsejf.- ,Does any man know City. -.or. ;:h!" ,-. FOR.SALE ,. .-'W.' "" T,

\V511Ums, in hi_ official report of Ihi C daLton, enough' und quite too muchoDemocratTo f orange but the citron, arid ll/n lemon any good reason why Grant Lee, Only; :.;. The;cultivatio, n 'of!bananas is.occu-i ,Nineteen Carlists engaged In 'the4:late : ,!; ,'.JliuVERsiDEtUOUSg-: : :

-same year, states that ''ainr 1848 no entroJar'boenhudo I. Congressmen' voting into have been uninjured, by frof t.. both in Gurvin, Fortue, Sampson, Spearing'ant' I 'pying :'the.attention:of,the: resldenu: of meeting have'been executed Estella.i .' 'd.;: '- ,.. : .'.T-4.'1< ,.

;: : of the ;warrant. the hands of IVptwlionlsts, us ,when the the open groond:.and ;in' thut 'partially fr other tJ'uwn'should 'stand;aYide that Lake City,and..vicinity -. ; ,:: : The political campaign has opened ''' 63iK1ONvU4.E: .. :.J

I drawn upozttheTreasurer." revenue duties on tea and coffee were t .Pennsylvania A ,large Republican I Vw iradVptedCw,, tiDe private wside ce Of I
On Mclnniss 'Rain .
lo.t, IL b 'coal protected by theadjscent furivt should remain there four yearn?? Ii"lieededsll. : through) lhis J in claw boarding bouse. ""Tw stories with mansard roM.it

1 'fnr of record. .- e"Mene! wo iiro fore. .1 eats obi'li&hed,Iron, and so that manufactures anti-r \"enuc.of-all on tOrtS large |KrtIon) ,of Mr. Ei i,;hellMjrger'a .A_ for,\.. Mavybey, I make no special I county' : j t .'';' ,. ,': 10th.meeting. -was held ',Philadelphia. on- the finest aleepisg location rooms and,I cbcallCl"acref land.P-44 jorang oC tt9f$rts i.i*thi&"r,

the, laws t ascertain thoitmouat aright 1" kept on., Ilercafter votes like place he'has: left a number i>f the forest ol t.ctiop.Jtlm. as'a man. he .is very : .'.NowsyrupUs offered :for sale in the'.Lake A steamer is' loading la- .New York'willi vicinity., Price.-incJuding about f 1,000 vronnM",MJT wniturv
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; of appropriations and of tsxelnvied 4 I lho f. by any Congressman calling himself I trees on the ground for'the purpose of clean, fellow and a good looking man off > City-. -market..f. .-/.-.. ( \ ; ; : locouiotJvVs for Russia-' lit''a few years.. . ., '-

:' with which the"approprlatlom 8 : H Democrat and elected bv'the rotes experimenting' as lo' the usefulness 0 f his. ,size. ,.and has been very liberal witbIuioney"parJeularyfn ., pnr(arrjQer&bav"-madqalargerprovisiorfcrop 0-0 days a.number: pars, ;built In* Troy, for; 1\1I1 pania: addreu., ', ',
uf Democrats in thii State of New York '.. ,. .. : '
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year, than use onIheJIohsbh
.. : ,nujlIng. .4c sti shelter iis afford to ,the J >
t 1. f ,1 ,! "they might.' !. ,. ) thf tamvai' '
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to betray f w lifc. r* < -. plenty 'tCorifl their crlbsuhe"high i Bay Railroad.- &' t. : f ;, :: c: ),ct: ..' :JacUoivffl.
: 'n.I8C5. tbd icgilative)" the l trees-and while the question 'Is. Bot'l take it i that claim m It :
be HaB
upprprat6DI principles of'those he.is. sent to'represent young' any ji price rlwbt i bacpnawiirscarcen"bo Loans; have i l increased ififle:'spccie J'Jr JIOI'lOldyL-toftuib: JSt U: *"Rift"iIk J
umojjutud: to e2 0O. Te capitation l .*""" .not fully demonstrated, he .expresses upon the voters 1 It on account of his be- felt by them-several nave given i up i decrease boo and a quarter millions; wM boardlOCIlawc.w be kept during the winter as SrU elsss,.**


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r THE NEjycSqUTH : SEMtWEEKLY, J.AG Sq 'VII.LE'YEDNE .

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:- the cry of low taxes, honesty. anil-ring -The oiANDUM: .. -. -'- .. '
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NEWS.WWII1P I' steamer Georgia wig sold E 1 MARINE ,, : 7f. V
CITY NTELUGENCE.
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alillmen's Association : '{'t' rURNITUREURNITURE
and extermination of At _
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every Imaginary public auction, by Col.J. C. Hemming, SMetmgof .held at : G. n'

iiO" NOJ."rlfolG.OcTo-a. 14. .87. political! evil would It not ,be well to Us Monday, for $50. Jacksonville FJ' : ;.the,sth day ft October.; 1874,being. :' AJtHVALS.AND CLEAKANCZS AT THl POUT OF V, V V .
present: -
orgaolte a convention to discuss the jACSoNviLL&. _rLORIDA.t *- : -, ?..r., "'"ii' : WAREROOMS !
-ul* these bit clara It COM* too hIP Henry dark.Chairman: .,, ;F. ,
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Excursion. For mea to AJLKTVaU.Oct. : .c '
The subject of exterminating these naughty 1IW'Ty: VePy J.w. Scott. CA.Fairchild. VVVfl'V
With pads sad roucc to pICMC Ih ...sch.Victor. Sowed Pen Orange,Fla. RETAIL ., ..
number of people. many ofvbom&re little boys and their slings-these miserable It was not M in olden times. CJe. John K. RnsseD. W. Scriber Oct.u.sen.Junes Brown.:Lane. Bo.ion. CASH ICE CURRENT. -S : V ..
A large When calico to clean and Ale*.Wallace. W.Cray.being Zepanlah
Rice
Beat represented OctM.wcK Steelman. HamCtoo.CUtABAHCKS. FrahGcahCltButtcr.perlb'3c
members of the DaralAeri'ttoml Invaders of our peace and happiness Exposed the shoe oa little feet. by Alex Wflactbq foUowing Resolution was adopted DAVIs.DR.E.V.

Society 'left for Fernandina on ? They are verily worse than a 24.draggling train to Knp the street." RtthJ That E. Bans Eq and Capt T. E. Checac__- __- V .

SrSilver Spring yesterday morning at ratification meeting, even if the meeting And yet the musqultoes-linger.On rVirVmss are appointed u Surveyors of Logs'lor the -Oct.to.str. Dictator Vogd.Charleston,S. C Twtoo W/rket IJc.I' _"" : ; ;.i,.'5. .

above named Mulmen that Logs wifl be -. .
The excursion went onZjnriwtionof does back on the man who hired the lasiSaturday night a conventionwas ; no bought or "
o'clock. go METEOROLOGICAL RECORD- Rio CO&t.33 The .-_. $1.0 '
accepted by the aforesaid Millr en except they are nvcyed V & ,. !.
lion. D. L. Yulee offcandinL ball and originated the _ratification of organized in the ball known as the by either one of the above named Surrtyors. AOilogstohesunevsdatJacksoDvae. Observation taken at 7 A. M. ... M.aadgr. M. PARLOR SUITS CUAMB'JS Ts;
daily.by the Signal Service U.S.Army,ia this dry. Jorrl Coffot.J, _-, .o.3avaCoffeesJIbi,5 V '. ..
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The excorsion will retarD himself. Sometimes a policeman catchesone stairway leading to, the Union office, :by the JUd that this -a -,
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In the act of "shooting his *' the confident candidate who makes those is to taU effect tromihe Mth d<7 of October. II;- 'S 5 .2..WInd. : 5. .*. ,_.i.i' ...i 1.00 .
sling
o-daY, ___ -- 10-14 at W. Stun Secretary. 0cI. ? i a O iS Layer ,' V' ,
dr his 3 Raisins tbs tor 1.00'
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often not-and then these policemen are quarters stamping ground.' The confident '' i i if 8 = ., .'. V '. MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES

An Appeal from a Lad,. tender hearted ; they remember when .candidate acted as chairman and SEWING MACHINE SALES. "If I Iff .fl -1 I !i' Macaroni. per.b,-., L.L........ soc to V i.i: Co V,

Xctti SMI!*:-Can nothing be These little two henchmen as secretary and assistant TUB WHEELS It WILSON CosirAirr denies the e>- I J' VenuiceflaperTh1V '
dtor they were btnrs. boys with *t aTapo
danwooden" Istenceoi any sworn returns showing larger'sales of '109 S99l ,6" SE Fresh 0._ .

doue I In the way of repairing the their slings, like a certain politician are secretary The consisted of sewing machines ia 1873 than by that. Company. Sun.- *. u-, y -30-05 70' NW Light 0.00 CWf per lb- _-.- ije ,
all the a 30048J146 KGentle 0.00 Fair ParI ,DAVIS- & DREW < M
sidewalk over chairman and'the 1 %
secretaries. The IO-1411 "
around. They are oe'er'sick. 9 307 74 -Si 'ME-Gentle ; d Suits. }
0 ttOUS always ooo (1d') Sugar Cured Shoulders,per Ih.-_L_ i }f< .
sprain Induces me to stairway was appropriately lighted TO THE VOTERS OF DUAL COUNTY. 1.1-,11' 30x8 63 68 NE Gentle ooo CWV Parlor Giambi.Suits. .
Cltr A severe If one of the good little boys who never op a 3003 81 49 NE Fresh ooo Fair YoungIIyoaTcaEbVOoloag ; ; corner of Suits.
common council I to do tomdhingto by the uncertain rays of v"old soldiers" I would most respectfully announce,myself .n Independent I, '9 '30.09 70 79 NE Gentle 'o.' Fair Tje Parlor Chamber CSuite.
beg our have slings eat t. green apple .or any Republican candidate for the General Tees.. 13 7 y i$ 56 37 NW Fresh '0.00 dears Tea.per Ib V V < BAY. AND LAURA STREETS. Suits..
remedy this great evil.A unripe fruit be Is immediately seized and it unanimously agreed that the Assembly patS 63 48 NE Brisk 0.00 Fair 73 Parlor ChambSuits. -'
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LAD BEADER. confident candidate must be elected county. BMwneter corrected tor temperature.and elevation. Tea,per I.1., .. FIA.' .Suit &
with an attack of cholera morbus and : Respectfully;&c Imp .

A' whereat the convention harmoniously JOHN T..EDWARDS.LaVilla Gun Powder Tea.per _, 1.00 '
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almost to a certainty translated a .- --V .*** :

Appointed.We more etherial world. If one of these adjouii\ed.. '"" -_ Oct. 6, 1874: ,_ S to- td NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ," Oolonj A No,...per Ib.-.,.......':....,...i.oo V V V ,-" < V. ftI; :.- I'

are pleased to note the appointment bad little boys with slings eats a' whole Hope. i GREAT.CONSTERNATION'- RECEIVED Sea Foam,per C" V VPineApplrjcans / .. 300 '. EXAMINE.OUR.LARGE STOCK.

Walter as Clerk of theUnited At Ducky's view of the excellent baipuns daily and ;JUST : ... ... ,.. '-
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of don't
0 peck apples even havea for__ '
green \Ve hare received the following articleon > 1.Pe 7\ .f'
hourly disposed cf. --
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Dista let and Circuit CourtsL : b'l. And lor sale by P. MOODY -- t _,J "
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State gripe. His stomach is composed of Hope from 'the hands of a young lop barrels best Family Flour. 4 cans for __i.oo V V ':".' ",
the Northern District of Florida, by india-rnbber like material which .MILL.. ,; 15 barrels Pearl Hominy.S ... ;l' -'".Vi '' T '.... ,
Mr. Walter has been some lady residing in this city: Ii Well located on the banU ot the.S Johns riyer.aDdlIcCor' barrels Ginger Snaps.Soda and Lemon Crackers.I 'J romatoes.,4 cans f__, ,..' .T'7.oo:::! 101 . m-.: '. }i 'i-:3: c:, ,."
judge Woods. disease cannot penetrate Nothing Injures It has been forcibly said that the last crexk.ta be'3cascd to responsible parties by I So cases Caaned Goods. .. 101 ; .ist, '. :: ," 'J'
the late clerk Mr. AKo. Extra, Hams.SbouIders.Codfish nd Mackerl. Green Con,4 cans tor_ .?.7 i.ijoo 101 ; .! <'1"V .
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clerk him of man is the month or to parties desiring to the '
deputy and he is always around. refuge hope. year saw by together with a general assortment of Family Groceries. a8l. ,

Townsen J, and is well acquainted withthe But this Ming business should be stopped. When afflictions come upon him fast thousand. Apply at the 10-14** And a other goods in proportion at the store of aoa BaySt. ..101 101 't'/' V
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office. The appointment and thick when care fevers his brain ClKCVATIMO LlBftAIT.' 101 a 101IU : .
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NOTICE.
duties Several have JOHN _
been broken 101
rl\nesof glass ASSiGNEES' ROIE .
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and sorrow gnaws his heart; when the 101 101 -
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U a good one. and one gentleman nearly had his eye tide of misfortune has parted the last Remember those stylish elegantly DANGEROUS trimmed! Ladies AU persons Interested are herrby notified that the ) V 101 .. .111 ., .,-, I -

-- put out. The police should overcome cord that held his bark to her moorings asset of Edward W. Penny Banker have been as. c. ,. tot 101 .
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Hats such as the Vaninka and ABeea are signed to me for the benefit c/creditors. 101 \V lot
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Bate and the sound of its sinks like '
their boyish feelings and "nalj'1 every parting a seUine at distressingly small prices at.Bucky'i. All paper; whether overdue or maturing has been 101 101 V '
and Jacksons of this city death-knell into his inmost soul,awakening 1o.l4tf deposited with the"First National Bank of Florida. :V' .. ,.: ,, : V 101 101'-' .
The Duvals boy caught using a sling. When these all its sympathies tothe fearful re, of this city, for collection. 0: ..::' : S 010101010&D 0101010101lOlooooooaooooooaoaooocoiei 'lI VV .
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ed a matrh game on last Slturday.hI slings are exterminated then we can THAT SODA FOUNTAIN Paper past due must be paid within ten days from .. Jjl "
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ality'ot: the moment-the intensity' this date,or the same will be placed in an attorneys ,- lOloo DAVIS&DaEW.eolOt '
following is the score: turn our attention to self-ratification citement gives way to a burst of an i In the LA Fatvrita. cigar store is admired by afl. hands for colleaion.J., i 101011 J j : .--. -. .---. IOI' ". ::.
(Signed V 101 lOloooa .rl1urrv. oo101 :ic'
R. O. guisb, a little tear of disappointment 63tf ) ALEX.WALLACE,Assignee. J. HOLLAND '. V .'. ..
R. O. JACKSONS. meetings, no taxes honesty and anti- IC 101 101.ot01 '
ItB-l-e.8- S 3AV A.}. Knight.C. o. or to that more strange and uncontrolla- PERCALES J J 101 lOloco.W AUIIO oootCl ,' .
6 Wtller P. 0 6 ring. "Let us have 101 101-xwooooooot.oaooooDoociai .
dW'. 5.3 Meek. ist B. 3 peace. able yet silent power despondency. And White Shirts so nice',at The Southern Bazar. ORANGE 130)"ES: VATCHMAKER N'- !: 101 1CI0101010 D ft U0101010101 ,
Wnhn& SS. 7 A. W. Knight sd B..I aIn But there is for a moment only one 10-14 u V JEWELER 101 101 101 101 V

1. B. i i Lyons. jd It. s 3 Short.A ron1'111sive'throb, one long drawn, heart- 1 have material sufficient to make near 500 orange' .V. 101 Jill 101 10:
"to; C. F. J I I P".5DUVALS. :S. ? P VICHY AND KISSE.CEN.MaJlr boxes. This material is made of uniform size by machinery I Comer and 101 101 101 101
011 |Land. L F. 1Mii.P. heaved sigh and it is'all over-a. flush li BaySis.1. V
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box ;
It F. ;making a which will bold two hundred *
on rising in the of headacbc -
op nice little simoom of sand morning complain a '
dusted
S t K. KnighLC. F. 3 tc1It passes over the heart like the fleet 8UaohlU1ow. average sized oranges. Will be sold cheap. 101 101 101 101 It
,C 5_! I I Jhrw. K. F. 14 the streets and stores yesterday. 'olanApril day;and hope; The or feeling stupid. A glass of Vichy or Kfesengen Apply at.the"Boot Shop_ of A. G. CHAPPELL. JACKNIL.FRID .. i. ,,. .101 .5 101 .101 101)1 )
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(from"Tuffts" Mammoth'fountain In La Farorita ones 9-sn Bay street,Jacksonville.W VV 101 V 101 t
I Total. IS *7 divine prince of cheats, the glorious -:0- V 101 101 Mwt .
Tat I. 39 27 -The financial prospects of the Great all such un;ant sensations. 6-13-1( lot j ; .
superior of deceivers, sits smiling on its -
INNINGS.ctrBS New Clocks V V
ANTED. Jewelry -
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Southern Railroad .
3 5 6 8 9 T0t2.Duali. are bright. throne TAKE NOTICE! 'Vatce .' 't'_ ,, V .....lAl ......10I1V.. VV 11

The weather ia about as variable as And so not satisfied when having been Large size Saratoga Trunks,Values, Carpet Bags. 'A comfortable home will be given to a middle aged Diamond .7 ;' V 4S'.Q
.J1cL132.'S befooled thousand thousand Fine White and Gray Blankets Coverlet or elderly lady, of undoubted respectability a quictneigtborhocd and Sjl- '
J a times ten .Spreads are .
lc the of a well in South Florida r ,; V :
Ue. It. .Jr. temper man, just now. in return for the in- Ware 'l >
dgic.;hOUI'I. 15 minutes. Scorers, D. Rohlnp before;;not content to wipe away the ma'de a specialty at Ducky's. ..0cr sir ction, in primary branches,of two children. vet etc. .- ..... '

nll f. Vk'cllcr, JacVsons. Several more Northerners came tear of sad and melancholy disappointment Addrcss.-J;'F. B., Pine Level, Fla. '10-7 tf THE FINEST AiI'BEST SELECTV

-_ _. yesterday. that has just been made to gush OUR ENTERPRISING ..,o' ED IN THE SOUTH, r-
Personal. from the fount of life's feelings, not Imagining Friends Messrs. Gato *; Co.,have seemingly spared no \17ANTEp. DIAMONDS, PEARLS. AND JPRE- : .

-The thermometer was down to G9 that the scene of sorrow through expense in introducing the handsomest soda'fountain CIOUS STONE IN ..1. <.T.

)tr. H. K. Camp, Special Agent of yesterday morning. The streets which he had just passed could be enacted ever*et up in thi city.: It Is admired by everyone and In any Part of the'Srtte,a situation for one or three -IU'.E GOL. ,: ',"1; i
inspecting presented soda from it is the Bricklayers. Press brick a specialty. Either of them .
Office 1 ?nt. has been the pronounced by aU ladies to be
the Fn$ t'p\11m quite a Wintry appearance.. again, and that the same foot that tbc&st are capable of taking charge of all kinds of mason work. Parlor V RICH; ..PLAIN .Clamber :
ffic-c in this city. him him Address.W.A.JOHN 5ON. Suit*. V V Suits. .'.'
the I spurned can spurn againhefalls Initial' Letters, Afoncgramt, a"d' V ,',
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Mr.J. R.C nipl>ell, wife and children -The steamer Silver Springs, Capt.E. down and worships its light as the PLEASE CALL I 10-10-w3t' New York City. Fa"c"pa: o"e' in Suits... V .. Suits. %f V

W. Jones will resume her regular Persian kneels to the sun-God of his And examine those beautiful Scotch and Trigue Suits.: V ari. jI"". Parlor: SUBSTANTIAL chib. '"
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arrived here by yesterday morningstrain. trips on Thursday next. soul's- idolatry. M. A. C. for business and party wear, at Eucky's. 10-14 tf Parlor Suitsv. + V CIaaJI1bcr.Suits r.

Mr. Campbell has come to com- BARGAINS. Suits. FURNITURE. Suns f V

the prrp.tnili fur opening the -Drummers have been very like theangel's Inspectors' of Elections. BUY YOURSELF HOME. For the next thirty days I offer far cash'm, entire Standard time by : ,. : V .y.vWe --' -
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) visits of A VILLA-SIT on St.John's river is o'"ereJ for.sale. stock of PIANOS and ORGANS at cash prices. This Cronome. .'..,' 1
ks lat.e-few and far be- At the last of the Board of VV .
next
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which t place
St. Jarae hotel, step I am compelled to take in order to meet my notes. ter rated by .
One of the most desirable places the vicinity of Jack _'_
and which I unable V r.
tween. Good enough. Commissioners it am to meet on account of the failure observations.Aczirr '
lIIunth.J. County ,. was containing 2 8 acres-about ( acres ready for of Cape Penny.tcyst are prepared tc'offer oar stock-at- :
Hodges chief henchman Ordered That the named planting. For particulars the tinrooa J. H. OCHUS.
II. DarLee arrived from Madison, Mawbey's following apply at Con ''*- V remarkably 1 prices.1Hr; -
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persons be. and are hereby appointed inspectors of TH* NEW Sounr.25tl .
says he don't care a d-n fur the votes ,
jestenlat.Hon. of the election to be held on ToWHOM:. IT MAY J 'CONCRK, PUB THE Csxrw.ATCD Ba'A .' : z.l,1ili' .

S. Coniirer.. U. S. Senator now; they h.-.ve got the resolutions.Geo. Tuesday, the third day of November, BOYS' AN!U YOUTHS' :- ... i. V Coravoisism "TR. V ,. .> Vo
butts, nobby-handsomely made and at I have thi chartered the Steamer OCKLA. -: :-. : '
pricesto day
very up
R. Carruth has assumed the 1874 in the of l> to wit V
he here ; county : uval/ : tfri.
this State will probably WAHA Capt. ROB'T DARDIS. The boat .
from : suit the mosC fastidious'm.taste' and purse,'atBucky's. or 11,
duties of Honey Order Clerk in the city First. City of Jacksonville Western myself will DOt be responsible lor any. debts be may .4.-
to-morrow. > 10-14 if for her. Linen and duck suits Bucky sells. V
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Precinct, Frank E. Little, Williau Caulk V DAVIS' & D R'E,1.'T: l r.-
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Mr. D. W. Davis returmd from the and Alonzo Jones. CIGARS &.F1a.Sept.>t, 1574. 9-36101 '.>r.1

with him -*'IIe who is a friend must love; bathe Second.,City of Jacksonville, Eastern Imported domestic and of their own manufacture MISCELLANEOUSPIANOSpRG4XSPIAXOS. V...
Xorth last Saturday, bringing DUUJtS. c,;.
who loves is not, therefore, a friend. Precinct, Edward Higgins John II. can always behad a better article and at a lower price Rubber and oH suits at Buck,.-: IK V ; ...',,_V
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with .
hetter and fairer h hall to enjoy Brown-and Wm. G. Colby. than any other place in the city, at,Gato&;Go's ,La ..
home. Welcome to Thus friendship always advantageous, Favoriltf. 63fC.' AU kinds rUiITURE; CARPETS- ...-
him! hU Florida Third La'Villa Precinct,' Francis F. ANTED.

both. ._ __ while love is something injnri us." L'Eugle, Mitchell P.;Chappell-and John IMPORTANT I W MATTRESSES.NUT. and CEDAR WHITE'LUMBER BINE., etc.AI.-"

-A lot.of through New York_freight R. ScOtt Never do anything b,tily-Remember* it.is- a 'A'lady graduate experienced In teaching and skilledin '>,
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Drowned. was taken to Fernandina by the Silver Fourth. East Jacksonville' Precinct, Buck)'. that the beet and cheapest purchases are ef" drawing and painting,derires- situation in Florida. JACKSONvn.i.r.. .1 .
Jacob S..Parker John W. Hawkins and fected. Harrisons' Cassimeres,.yCmrdijin Jackets, -
Io a Mter written on the 12lh by Mr. Springs last Tuesday to go via the New John Jamison. Cavalry Boots to suit the most skeptical in'prite and Address. ,, A. EWING

\7. F. Ke.-l lr, ot Mayport, the writer York steamers.Greenleaf. Fifth. Brooklyn Precinct, Edward M qualitytake heed and be comforted.:! 10-14 *f o-ia_ tf. *J.Valade. ,Columbia County.New York Latest style straW and silk hats at,Bucky'sM /! V V

elite that a person came down the river is being plentifully Cheney, Auburn Erwin and Richard .1
UPplied
to-fay in a email boat, and after a shortstop with of late. It Hicks. ? BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS 'Sing Cassimerc suits for sale at Bucky's. USIC HAS CHARMS VT
young alligators Sixth; Benjamin Upton, James M; Win find a complete assortment lumber, dressed .- .M.flff1.

here sent out to Pelican Inland', It does not cost much to board them anda Wilson, Geo. R. Carruth. and undressed mouldings,shingles::!,at the Depot RS ABBOTTS 'R ) 2t( '

ii Bnppoted, for the purpose of fishing. large share of them will be sent }orth.The Seventh. Broward's Neck, Gieger's Lumber Yard. Orders to be delivered' landings. on. M V .-: .,... :-_...J.: i'2- .'-t-
the River receive especial attention <-
He was next tern by one of Mr. Mo fare via Brock's, line of river Precinct, Leighton U.Morgan, EdwardB. Address LocisJ. B&.. lIOARDIN -BOUSE IS NOT CLOSED. V V5, ,_. !t. .. -..< 'f' *'1 .V

Donald' bo8 making bignals for assist- Kellogg and June Bryant. AH reports from unfriendly sources to the contrary P.R, I.CE.... ,.R E. .D. U"C. ED. .
will be reduced half *' -> > *-"-- '** t.
steamers for
one Yellow Blufl
Eight. Precinct,John H. notwithstanding the Boarding-house of Mrs. Abbott.
.ince.. when it was discovered thathis Chase David and W CALL AND BE CONVINCED. In Sc.Angu,tio.i h still open and as usual.will offer V.V: ,,'" ;,.V;} ;,11; ,
all who the Kemp
the benefit of attend Samuel
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Orange .. ; V
That Bucky keeps the kttt assortment of Silk Hats la quiet and cotn&mable! quarters at reasonable prices to -
boat had got adrift and floated over to I Growers Convention to be held in Fox. Florida xcri4tf. all sojoumers in the Ancient City P511DIo V : :' ,. : .! .i' f i .n 5l t V 0-

the opposite chore. A boat was sent to > Ninth. Mayport. Precinct, John F. : THE BEST aNTH2WORLD.;: .

,his relief from the village but he could Pdlatka on the 10th of November., Rollins, Wm. F Keeler and Patrick ICE CREAM Boo hoops and. ,hustles at BuclcyspIUMBINQ' ; .: ..1. '.. J < ".,

-Mr. Wood is now sole proprietor of Galloway. That all acknowledge to b: superior to any ever to be V .. '
not be found. His and belt r' : -' ; Ntk
pants lay on the photographic gallery known as Tenth. Pottsburg Precinct,. John S. had in this"city previously, 1s to'bc obtained at the J... .; >.. : .. .. ;r 'ii V

the shore leading to the supposition that Driggs,-Harry.IL.Thompson and.For Temperance Heading Room *t La '*. 6-.jcr.- Having; associated ''myself with the largest Mask WILL LAST LIFE-T1MX'
and Is
Le had divested himself of the Wood & Bicklfc', making considerable tune Mosley.Eleventh. -- ,- AND House In the South Tun sell ,
greater ; now at unus ,'i .: )I.
AND S1 I : V. '. .
with view to LADIES' CENTIJEMEN j | p 'r
a 1 V
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improvements Mandarin Tho& '
Precinct. ( for cash
of Lit prices by ,
part clothing-and attempted to COPPER-SMITHING! al 0 s m0y pJ '
low
Kid Gloves at marvelously prices at Bocky's. lh".
enlarging his business. Bowden, Wm. A. Summerall and the Knabe, Mallets &, Co.,Haines .
itim across to the main land after his WiI1iams.-. i _ _ _. 10-14. .- tf Emerson and the D I B V \;" ,sr 4r V
Timntby / 1 am prepared to execute work of every descriptionin w" G P a. '
boat. A strong ebb tide was running -The wooden sidewalks about town )Twelfth. Reed's Landing, Michael BEST SILK VELVET & Hamlia and Floubet.Pelton C. : 'V V

which would carry him rapidly out to are in fearful condition many places.' Bowes, Uriah BowdenTand Allen Kim. Vests and Gexulemens' Underwear\to. be found atBucky. the. most satisfactory r'. and respectfully so- Easiest terms ever gveu. Call and see. I can offer 3 ..5i.Q; .qtp. !

Ma. Nothing has been seen of the body If everj man kept the front of his own ball. to-14 tf licit the patronage of the public: in the way of superior instruments and low prices. or'TUB mmienaSHONINGER V ..,: V
V J. H.OCHUS. .
tnd it b doubtful il it can be recovered.He residence' In order, this: sort of thing Correction.- OBI I HHA1S I TH 1ST-BUCKY ISO Orders left at'D BBlysi GUN Sit )P,'or''at 11 72wJ V V V ; ; .

was known to but few ]ersons here w ould not last long. THE RAMPAGE M: Mabca,.'. Blacksmith shop will :ecenrs prompt CARD. ORGANS-

and to FERXANDINA, Oct. 9, 1874. Father dear father come with me JWW. A ". ; :s
those
only as been .
having fishing -The
more
Circulating Library gives '
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Editor.Sew SOUVi-DELR SIR In The clock in the steeple has struck one t attention "
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011 the IN DAILY USE
river the last two lie and for the stated from shop :
years. instruction amusement You said you were going to Bud thc .
CLARKE.
Went by the neof John-. it U thought i amount of money than an}thing else In your,issue of the 7th, you report the To buy me Hat. Dress; lick Balmoral and what not, Io-J. tf,. .' x WM. To o Exchanges,Publishers,and Printers,a .'. fff Y VV
of this line .
ku other steamer,Weybosset ,, missing; So father dear father come with me non. "
name was Harris. lie wore afuU additions of 'new works V : :
town. Large she having cleared from Fernandina for The hour Is late-and I'm all flurry-. NE\V YORILAND '. ;>
S heavy beard, dark black felt : be received. with : HARDY The best musical talent of the country. recommend. ,.
pant, will soon York the 26th To buy that Hat and Belt and Dress & you- TIE ANSON ''l .
New ult. and
hat tad check shirt. His boat and clothIng has become the on not Indeed, they are nice-Ma says she desires these Organs., The nicest sad bejt., More Sat eg't yoor f,' .
-Bologna sausage heard from to 6th inst. How this
up (Perhaps even now she confidently FERNANDINASTEAMSHIP l.t mad better satts&ctioa than-fany other -
are tD yearns I money, girt .
possession of one of the inhabitants .. ,.
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leading feature of late. Every store In story was gotten up I know not, yet .I To obtain thosc'things she sent me to bring : :

here.I town teems to have them on band. do, know, of the falsity of it, and take .Co o.quickly,or all!.D-be- gooe Patentappliedfcrj, : LINE. PAPER AND CARD CUTTERS. now made. They compriM the't' ,f."f>tf : ,

Those Little They are being made at the Magnolia this occasion of contradicting it. TheWeybobetarrivedIn 2014 cr [ ., 1 have resumed? ths .-c and sale f Acs* Exrtka, Cenetrta, Ortlestra and; Grand :

Slinp. Market and large lots are sent daily to Machines with name has been Identified V ,1
The good.time at.New, JACKSONVILLE RETAIL MARKET.' I_ wh a l
latest device which has ,. _" ,and extensively for.the -
popped Savannah.The : vZ '
., York, sailed on her day October Sd from [Corrected Weekly. s c p u ,
fltOthe craninms of the /: .. A.FLA..October.i,.1874.j years; and alt MMl if iy _a/.c al <
of this ,
juveniles FOWLS CAKS fEUAND
arrival of Alderman lientley is New York for Fernandina via Port ?. kemfitr Ig_rW ft*)um ci,*y eif ntedCtakts sent hy. mail postpaid to aay,
Politically disturbed VCIIsoa.perlb--- IO i' -- -q < j-5 *..

tent iJ city for their amnse- looked for every day. If he will only Royal, left,/Port Royal this .mornlng, 0,per psir...' i.!'.- ,SO@ 7. ., '. : ME1ATO''fi"r ;. ** >with my nmt JUrtt M +ttnif.My address. ponappicatio- : to: _. ;; t
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construction and using of all will arrive here 'and 'sail 0aIckaI. grown per pair 409- > latest laproved Iron-Train PAPER CUTTER
.rubber act as vigilantly with regard to public to-night tomorrow Turkeys each(few Uth.market)' >J co ft a 50Turkeys. "Capt.SMITH. : ;, V 'Jii}
slingR by which beans : ., .. ,: it ;S whh patent movable cutting board two all-steel tempered B. SHOMNGERft CO.V
means has .small. l yi&fn ..
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abuses as b"ohILI. with the management afternoon.: 'She had no ..- r''J' ;\ 'J ,L _.
eona Wild each. .jJKI W* wo knhres.and bond st31 holds Ifs position .
&d small Turkeys 5. squaring t.t. .
stones are Impelled with of school funds, be will prove trouble or detention : ;the first intimation Partridges esch..... r -"si io0 isMullet. ; r : : :. .vI Jt. B.ll.R as FAVoarn Pun Currsx AMCWG P1125?. V .New Haven ,Const

peat Telocity In all directions andS .the noblest Roman of them all.1 of any trouble appearing ;in the art.icle' ,"nsH_-It '. .;. .', : .. ..-. :apt; RUTXOLF... ,.. saw,and the best m rfiing in the'market for the low V J(-
Mtall objects% .perstring......-..: '. _. 2. tsQ; '. bit.
loror regardless of race, -1I8.rry Brown aged 12 of referred to.Trusting. SnecphcaJ,per string....MM ao Cii s\ .' .i.'V'EV'B: : S rE'lT pric charged Swiss muslin and whhe goods of aU kinds at Bucky>: _
years, .
;| previous condition.. Now good you will correct the report, Bass each.. .. *5 9 So : ,Ttt;Utnt tmfrtviJ KirJj Cart Cntte fafpro.nonnced V : 'V-" V 'l1'd.
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ae Baker died October 10th. He .uti.. r.- ,J.n .T1: :*> : t'" T- : r 'T, ..tiemarket
county : CAao'Ctrrnx.In
boys don't use these little engines'tflRtion and at the same time request your local i's.:4. 4 Capt CLUSTER. ". the MOST OBSIKAILK YARIi.VV.' :
was playing with a Colt seven shooter to be more particular' in the future, I Bacon.C. R. per Ib. ..., ", -.---.-.- 18 0 f,*>', .for the general uses of a printing office D EPOT V LUMBER r'CONTR.AcroR5.A
; only those who Beef. ness, Ib : ,0@5 Piers North '
boys are per -- sail from '
c\ork.
Jaauhtl which instrument kindly checked any remain yours ned Fulton market per Ibi .. 16 9 :.a These. steamers -ii 71 _ll-lll mm *gin Card Ctttr, with my .
and never get sick after eating mental trulyV.J.. WooDw&w.s ] Mutton(scarce)per I"......: :: .-- .S 3 a6 River I .and'fromi''Fernandina Railroad Wharf every latest improvements. Is still,preferred by many print n) BUILDERSV,
green ''es further development of Harry's Pork per Ib...,.-. 14 it -16 . ':r.a.
ap1 and and holds Its favoritism over other machines.
the ers
like. But "out of __ .. ,
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will bloom 1 Ham per lh- 6@ lIO < ''DAY. 1111.1. njo A
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flowers FIFTH
the Little soon .
dmDdaoc.s of the faculties. "More Duty." Shoulders, per Ib.?,....' II & l*' : .' For sizes and prices see illustrated dnulan.II. .
heart the mouth ., .
o'er his i White Bacon per Ib.- II@. .*>. rf FULL ASSORTMENT. '-Hi!
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IJIeIketh t "d a few words can be writ- grave. Editor Sew South:-Over. the; above I ? .. .For freight: or passage apply'to. .: ; .Shipped 'direct from the factory. to any part of the
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.tti05 tht-ae -'Valk out In the morning when the some one ashamed to his L :' .- couu7.V DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER,
little U.ys and their little caption, sign White per bbl ___ __ -i 10'@II 50, r' HERM. GELPCKE Agent, V .
We birds are singing their praises or'at the own name.-pnbUlbea in the Union of the I Extra SLed per bbl._--...-.-...,'9 .@IO' : -t Orders solicited,,and can be filled by return mail 'V MOULDINGS- AND SAWED' .1.
: t'anDOt of course refer to Superfine per tibl!.- .. .7 @ SOwn j??amS'Netr.Y PINE SHINGLES, -.,
dead of night when the last bummer is 13th. a long article on "Sidewalksin Me-J.perisck.'..._.-.-'. 3.58 3 Bo', Address, .
'ttt.1ittle boys with meek blue home which article personal\ abuse: of. Marshal Hominy.per sack .-. ...". .-.'3::*S,@,J I 5 'or.W.1 'WOODWARD." .. I ANSON' HARDY.,, ; ,. CHEAP FOR CASH AT V .

'Iei&d flaxen ringlets and Intelligent trying to remember which way Fortune. U' the writer.of "Side'walks"wsIposs V.vri'. .... '- ." RCpsDIingCH.tTER.ft. KING.Agents ,7.SCOCCIII.AuburndaJc..M_ : .;

'lPiurnedno who lies, and you will see the great political ssed of'common sense Apples,per doi_'.__- ;30 40' cr'F"nandi a. Florida, :. THE, DEPOT LUMBER .YARD:
are In .
weekly seen I.4meaper; do' ,,..a.$5 IS 10.10 ;
thi i c1ss in Uart expectant wrestling would-be conviction' he would, know that.it .Is .not. the City Lemons per W .,..__;._;..- soft TO ; HOTELS AND HOARDINGHOUSES.T Lumber delivered in all parts ouSt city and vtcraitr.'

those Sunday schools, brother." Marshal's l place to repair the walk It Bananas each.....-.,, : -- '3 & S MASS MEETINGS and at all landings ootherivr, allow rates. .,.tAll cr-,
into the "man and .. '
a liU.le older who pEPUBLICAN den receive prompt attention.'
prance de1I1ur.11 Is. however his duty to'report to.the aAJJI LOUIS, J urlsCLrD3ilfr.
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ta clan and coai, and .-In an exciting campaign little! Joke5 proper authorities the condition'the Corn.per hushri ,.,.. -. -.. I ss @ t 30Oatsper By order of the County Comm Mass Meetings ;HE- OCEAN HOUSE .P.rr!6.U4- -*, V V,

jTj IIlaight jackets will out. Last Saturday evening one of sidewalks.. This he has done in every __-c---. I 10 & I IS'' will be held a the different precincts OD.the luttowiag I '
though it Is .
some- raonsioKS which meetings, '
dales,at BU1LDIN-GV
.Fair play is all we desire. Let OOAT
ttystery hero these liitle angel- the intelligent speakers, In a zealous case. where saito Per sa\1 -',.._.,,.__._.,_. S 80 6) a 'SBuucr.perlb JACKSONVilXE, FLA- L_) ': ;
lop kee censure fall It is due ...- 3540 JOSEPHH.DURKEE.eandidats I : *; t.
themselves on week apPeal. said: "I have no confidence In JOHV SMITH. ._ __ .a 1- A G Cl .
days. *
0.per Ib- - as LEE and .. .: n 'f
They '. for ator; and JOSEPH t Centrally located and first-class aU U appointments V. > V\
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are .
Protr&bl man who'wilt sell his birthright for Lard'per ft. : -. @ ," 110 for Members of chI Assembly V V
packed with any ALFRED GRANT. "J.
their away Eggs((-:)per dot.- -A.- 3S @ 40' address the meet.BALDWIN. win remainopen4urh'g the Summer months, BAY STREET the Cable Croni'nz.
best 'THErfiJi tL* .UlD'>clINTON" andMber distinguished apcak ,will ,sear.
cloth" In the d8et' to be a mess of,poaay .w Poor Esau, luckyhe Potatoes Irish per buibcI- a 50 6) J .
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)rodeed Fur, Hats re, decWedly fashionable and ,withal becoming '* Sweet ** ._ J CIO I CI6 lop;, t : '

tie boyi who 0.1, OD Sunday. But the lit- Is not alive.. ,> to wry'one and ttwyon*- them at Bucky* Onions, ,ycrprc 1 .-. 7 7S MILE.-BRANCH_....Odob.THREE .4 10- TRANSIENT EOiARDs -' V JACKSONVILLE.

use slings are always dirty Two little girls one the daughterof 10-14 tf mm FSPIT YELLOW BLUFF>.! : '_ JS : \vE.D "J 'R" !:
35gged lIu.Je Peaches perlbBlackberries .. ;- IS @ .S | PER DAY or |io PER
Urchins and the other -Tift.TRAbE AND OTHERS; "n. .. MULBERRY.GROYE16. Every descnptio of Boat built ia the saost sabstantialaadskillnil -
and aIw1ij. qaa.rreliDg Mr. Wood of this city, TO ,per Ib. --- )0 tJ 5S 'ANt'AIUN".u J act ,
hearing I tin th* :street and this I have just.received a Urge consignment Brandies. .Currants, pv-I ____-- s..8 .a6. BROOKLYN--- .-. 51 Very reasonable arrangements made,with permanent mar. J will guarantee satWactfaa.
Mrs Reed fonrierJjfof ,
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(1n- daughter of
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Whiskies'Ris'ft 4 *H (rca.celebrated distilleries :_ea. HANSON1OWN.-' : : > V My j, .1, V V

toT tt 10.lee bow near they can come city, whl1.playing on' a balcony t:41 and pronounced eonoisseors, to Vt euperlor.to. any Wood,pine;per COM.---. 3 75 @ 4 oo' JACK50.VVILLE I'OTTSEURGH. _- --. ---.;... ---,'.,, .'. "4 boardcrs..7': -' -MRS, C.BUFFINGTON.' -' SAILBOATS V AND YACHTS1.;, \

as nose without bitting It. and Lexington Avenue New York, ,eli to In the dry;c1i I oflff for sale allow figures. Them Wood Norther sawed per cord..W..'-. 3 SO @ 5 7S EAST JACKSONVILLE ':1if.a6 'T : "' "' V ; ,,. .- .. .' .
thoa.zh Hay. *,per cwt.......- I 30 ** I Ji .>. jacksonv1fleMayf3S74.. <- '".! J2' r'
dr aim h tisu&1iy the distance of J2 feet, svlihW to*** **;doieslic' UM jcaa fed none better. Coal,per*- ._.r,11T, ,,,, ,,-'----- '. la ocr11 ooSyrnp LAV1I1A. -.---, '\.i..1"t''JI.lBOWES _, ... ,. are sufficiently well known, -ID w me in etonogoTtheir
pretty accuIi' .
pavement a .
rate ,, ,; .. .. @'..Io. Chairman. H. *.
examined Florida gal- i ?$
aI1' ; per < 'RICKL skill aiVsnickiBiaBp7
-3 l Fleas* T : 1t ewnen as ID my
etirnes > BJtANT'PJCTURl'\-at.WOOD
do hit It. Carrying with them a light table, Both .. B.TOOKI. HCIIIW7.waincd,perP' 1; (.:'tO. &.I 1 e*:i itJEFnlEY..GRANT' & # : 1 Ji \ GALLERY. 1 v.iJt'J: t' It!
'. before .'- -r:' ti! 4.'t'% J. fl1 6t.rC ... .' i, Oct. aa I. "' LEJS tJ. : .< ; '
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COURTING AND DIVORCE.-An old Odds and Ends.If ; V illSCEI.LA. -V---
..,' h': ; story contains-a' lesson whicH many :: 'Y'T'H': SINGE&AGAIN : ; :r 'I I >VV_ T V V V V I V t, ._ V V V VV, V f V'V V : ats.

married couples have not yet learned. Dartmouth College is to set the . V < -. "
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t "iJ 1 I When Jonathan Trumbull was Governor style, college students will hereafterbe 1 : .:F L O.RlO&A. VJ-N'G'S" : BAN! z +_

:'J j : TRIUMPH A.T.. .". 0" .. ,,
of Connecticut, a gentleman all the rage forhotel; waiters. But : V REAli GE' ''" '

f. J I called at his house one day requesting then, you know' bread-and-butter ',. 1 : :.J ; '. ".1:1I ,.".: V V AND, 1874.- ... ,.V

a'private interview. He said : education. is one. of the modern ideas. ) -''. V. V V V (lr J.l6. ]' t,V : ,'. '0 V:' j

;... I have called upon a very unpleasant Murat Halstead that the Icelander '-..'.-.> '<- : V ..OFFICE IN LOVERiDGE-S BUltDING, OCEAN ; .
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I' : i ;i errand, sir, and want your advice. seems to be rather more fond TIE WORLD'SAWARD.\; "' NOTICE l is' leb'given;"of the''Incorporation of'F1$avtft.B+*.k4R. iUEtatiEjttkiittr. .

; My.wife and I do not live happily together of his wife than or's : :! business in the city of lak vie. -
of :
own his heigh1 V The' of the Florida"Sayings 'Bank is to afford to who are dcairotif their the

L r : and I am thinking of Retting wife. Absolutely shocking Nice T:1-::' ; '/ ,:'T. .. AGAIN' RECEIVED BY *'' leD of esi&1 saiely employing h af a good rat pf Interest,to be invested,.voder V the.di o.re wc.J money citizens, I". _u ._.. ._..._ _
I I' I "v ,,WA .". :. : ., injtomciecuridcsofwell-knowflvIne. I:
divorce. What do advise
', a you me lend to live in, that. More' a hundred BI HoTe regular hour for transaction btniness shad be from 9 o'clo.a m 3 o'd.,m. V 8.
j., 'L' !\ to do ?" behind the times. : "XHF WORLD'S FAVORITE.: : diy.ec Sny ad hidy and oa Sa.urdays until 7 o'clock p. m. V < ROBINSON

; 1.;< ;, The Governor sat a ( years ;:. ,. 'DP.-Dt 1 'cte In the book of the corppralion and also In a book to be c 1 the WKOLSSAU& aiTAIl V
moments
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property. are
Centipedes are greatly abhorred iu cYid hl o h moneys wtw mu
r : in thought ; then turning to his visitor brought to the Bank to have te ;Depositors may take out the t tf.or;l caseofatacnce DRUGGIST
California. The other night a ,: : it will paid to ,witnessed and ,
young o likl.
.r -,' said How did thdr.orippl acmpi.b th bk. D V HoegS Block
4 r : you treat Mrs. its will be any time when a sufficient Bay1 St..
the of ced
'I"; f W. when lady by light the dim gas jet, SEE,THE .FOLLOWING. erwlseat the earliest practicable la the order la which the may be called t. r. o- JACXSOXVILI.E
her? and V
were
courting ; FLORIIJ
; you saw one on her bed. Some gallant ) ,INTInsT.-DteTet a the p. and three-tenths per .(or two teats per day on Jioo7 will b I VVVVVV .
;: 1 how did you feel toward her at the upon' alt deposits!bc'a have remained months or more Jn the Bankto, added p. I _VVV___
', .. ; time of fellows: rushed to her rescue, baggedthe SEWING MACHINE SALES OF 1873: a of(he ., ,. t I COeVitb1nG on_ a"
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your marriage annulosa in a towel drenched the AcU UXL FOB.-Any account to w1c be shall have -
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; 'i j Squire W. replied, 'JI treated her > seven shall cease t bear '
I J. towel in chloroform.( The little strip .The Table of Sewing Machint Sales for 1873 shows that our sales last year amounted to 139,444. Machines, ACCOUNTS y Hnxs.-If persona die who own 'money- this Savings Baak the money will be TV" :EARKEY'S 1"
t : as kindly as I could, for I loved her of brown calico is now' considered a being a Urge increase over the sales of.the. previous )ear((1871)). The table also shows.that paid e their legal representative- V L V_ V V .

?' i' t f. dearly: at that time." BAN Bu-Atp t officers wilt nyr.'u'possible met' prevent he a pay .L'h '

I : Well sir said good joke. OUR SALES EXCEED THOSE OF ANY OTHER COMPANY ,ments to prnl te bnJ.bk I b nle pymuts to .FLUID' EXTRACT
A i. 1 the Governor
: mar deposit money as trustee for the
Cu.ls & o tJ ra ,
,. _. '..
g .
t I.
j1 Now hive alliterative scandal *V J ? rf- become which
: : go home and court her now just as we an bft elu. ntin V iey ViSezczAz. open maybe withdrawn annually orVadded toE

t (.. ; you did then, and love her as when -the Sha\er-Skippon.\ Mrs. Skip- ,' :: : For the period named,by the number of 113,354 Machines or nearly P"t in the Jiorida S vn Bank'aJiOIiM1ng to$7 during eai year b ate B U C/.H
Shaler) in the building % often cash al cad of the U
a poyment or proportionately
: '. married her. Do this in the fear pon got treasury s th ter ; !
you
smaller .
In or
ANY'OTHER" fPANY. 0 or larger deposit case inability to tOIItPIete ten annual ; the depositor
I' 'If,.: of God for one and then tell! me at Washington, Friday, and proceeded D9UI3LE'TIIQSEOF j. can withdraw the amount*already paid In,upon giving! the months' notice, the accrued interest The

;: .. the .year, to maul him wiln vigor. When tI f. thereon. This plan,unlike ordina life Insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture of pnYio payments, '. only,.bowD'edy. for
; result.' It may be further stated'that the sales of 1871 show a relatively Increase. beyond the tales of other and offers a safe and easy af handsome endowment for t e future ofarentachildrtnMend,
r. : The Governor then said Let us called upon to explain her tragic makers, than of any other year.. For instance, in 1871 we sold 4SA*>more Macbinesthan any other company or the depositor individually. Sftcial deit.not to be withdrawn for years, wU entitle the depositor to ,: \
I demeanor she said Shaler had hiscloven ; whereas,in 1873. the ales were a certificate f datbl tkt amtmnt tf h"j/bfttitt;payable In 1_Je In favor any person destgiuted.' I : S"'DISEAS
4 a ; ))r3)'. put ; LOAN*.- moneys receiycd on deposit shall be invested in first mortgage on real and'personal property. ,i* V ." f .'..," ,
: foot into her domestic happi. -.w. thiIStateohtleastdoubletbe'YAlueOI'lnotbeJ"lImplecoUateral securities/ V V V
They bowed in prayer and separated. and knocked into cocked 113,254 IN ,EXCESS OFT' OUR HIGHEST-COMPETITOR. REAL ESTATE-.-This corporation win act as tnistee K>|r the purchase and. sal*;of real estate.or the/;renting ,'V V Andovcrek p
ness it hat. .
r ; When a year passed away, Squire W. a "i i and management of estate and property generally. : t V

,',:;1 called againI see the Governor and Shaler says, "and his Teady reparteewas These figures are all the more remarkable fir the reason that the sales of the principal companies In 1873 are ,: ,; JAMES I t. .: iu. PAINE' President; '; "' ,:'-SAWtPEARIIG.VJoNATHA: f -.1 j 5 .. .'c' GREELEY ; GOUT, ,GRAVEL
Yicc-PresWcnl .
i, : said I have called remarkable under the circumstances LESS thaa their sales In 1871; whereas,as has been shown our sales have LARGELY INCR EASED. The ., : ; ..Treasurer.. .. STRICTUREs, V
: to thank you account of sales is from sworn returns made ta the owners of the Scwinj3Iachine( Patents. It will hardly be .1\ V ,i.iDIABETESVV.. ,DYSPEPSL\
f l for the good advice that you gave me you're a foul blackmailer." Produce denied that the superiority of the Singer''Machine Is fully demonstrated,- -..all. events. that. their. popularity. In i' ,; !V V .! V ; t1 V V V V V V V : NERVOUS DEBILI. .

': : and to tell you that my' wife: and I the "statements. household b unquestionable.- I :: : ," : ,,' .. %" V i' V; TY
:
It hath been that I;V. : ;, : : ; :: ;:.iJ: DROPSY,
:i ,; ) are as happy as when we were first currently sayde STATISTICS OF'SWORN'.SALES' : J : ,
.
:' married. I ye girl of periode is Midle Pollen : . : .. .,. ," :. ':"R'E'; E-'S" .. T : NON-RETENTION,i OR
.: cannot be. grateful enough ye ye ." ." .. ,. :f: : ... ._ :::, : .,!..rt. : ,1..df: ;;; URINE, IRRITATION INCOntNDa 01

; 1. for your good counsel.It Ambrosia Trepida. Companies. Sold In 1873. SoldLn ,. :,:. V ; II I' .; .! : ; d oa Iuall1'-TH" V VV V V ",VV : ; !'l1"* 'jVc&, ;'' Ir. V 01 OR' ULCEKA1'IONI' INFL.ulATIoN QV 'TIlIL.. .. .
t She's handsome and Bower -
u as a 87'
; gay :
I am glad to beer. it, Mr. W. Such did THE SINGER____ ._ / V 'nc.: V V V tV
I beauty you never tee: = 131.4H 119,758 Increase--_ 1,686' 'FLORIDA SAVINGS 'BANK' AND REAL" 'ESTATE EXCHANGE V V

;; ; f said the Governor, "and I hope you An O, the the handkerchief ticLleih the rw' r--flutter Whec'er & Wilson --..- -.9,180.. '174,088' Decre -,---:... '54.0: V. : V V : V V V ; V V V V ..., ; BLADDER.AND KIDNEYS

,, ,: ; 'i'f' will continue to court your wife as This yallcr gal she tickleth we. ; Domestic.....______ 40.114 49,554 Decrcase___ 9,440'' ''The.'AnCl"pr pcTt7ine of the finest reside i ia the State with a acres of land on the shell road one ";. ,

i long as' you live." Grover&Baker.. ".__ ._-. 86179 52,010' ,f.:'Decrease._ 15.831 : mile from the post-office. ,Beautiful river front;boat.houae.lafie grape vineyard, zoo orange trees, handsome V V ; -S E r TORRII

i : GENERA ,DIRECTORY. Weed______--.4-- 21.760)) 41,. Decrease 20,675 barn.&c. House has 19 rooms finished throughout 1 ia the best manner. Double p llzzu.V V Will-be sold at less <
than tine-half
'i' Wilson........_ __.__..._ __ cost,on'easy terms..to close an estate. ;
Decrease
4" 21,247 ..6,666. A of
5.419 tract of land mile
: ;THE AUTHOR 58 acres ;one northeast of the city,near the Moncrief Spring shell road. Well located Leiicorrhon of
AND THE PUBUC.To STATE. Howe No Estimated __ for buildiac lou market ardena.Price Whites Dfieases- the
-- ----- ---- -- returns ( ) 14SPOO Decrease or J17.50 per acre. ., _, Gland Prantais
Stone
:: the public, I stand pretty nearly' in the Governor[. L. STEAK1C3. Gold Medal_______: .6,4JI' 18.897 'Decr_.__. 1.466 The" Riverside Houe,'.V Brooklyn ten minutes walk from the center oT the" city One acre of ground V dust Deposit and In tha Mucus Cladder,ot,Colcuha,Gravd or gtitk-

*n:j If" '.: .' relation of the postman who leaves a Lieutenant r f OovernortkcreUry State-8.-B. McLIM. Wilcox&GibbsAmerican -.;;___:_;- 15.881 ". 0 .t' 'j.69 Decrease-"_ 17.758 I I.fronting igevetal Cn)0Ut1IandI9t1ycI.U the river: : House contain! located 18 in rooms the city id oJacksonville.V first-class order. Price,, including'V "V. "furniture j' "> ,"$io.ooo> --q-ys-tf V >,.' J._Milky. Dwjwrjts.' VV

:, :4 packet at the door of an individual. Comptroller. A. CO WO ILL. B. H.___ __".:.;.- 14t83. IS.9JO .Decrease__ 4,74 V-i '. V J.j iKEARNEY'S
IV V I. V
Trw> urer-C. )I. FOSTER. V V V V t r I .
If j i. ,. -! B &Howe_.__.__._;__ 23.q19 : 14nd7' ,Decrease_.. 988 V V '
If it ,
contains pleasing intelligence Attorney General-WM. A. COCKE. r : V Vj : .
a V V V ,
_. V- ; V I. V 5 "
Remington Empire
V
Adjutant '- OII VA DUM. --- 9.r83' 4.982 Increase4,20J \ *
:.\ billet; SAVE'i.MONEYAVE\ : : V V
; from TIMEI 'TAKE'
a mistress, a letter, from Comm'rof 1.an"1 and Immigration EAGAN. Flonnce__..._..______._ 8,6 : 1.793 Decrcase--...... 6,833 ; COMFORTI V
; : .!,' !"I' 1', nlI ). r" .'., .',V '
J an absent son, a remittance from a Superintendent of Public In,trortion-J. C. UIBBS. Davis..i.____... S.tci1 ,11.376 Decrcaae.... .1 r ,. .EXTRACT
-
.j i ""f" correspondent supposed to be a bankrupt Slate Eng'neer-M. II. ALBERGER.SUPREME COURT. Victor______--, ..__. 7.446 1I.90' Decrease.,4.M.. .,5rs 553 V V..' .. ",.) .1 ;: f'-V. .'" I'_. V V .. V V V .1'f ,1., _, VV 1VVV :, BUCHU
.
I : 7-thc letter D ices_____...___...______ 3.458' 6,053 Dccrease,5115 *; ,t- .: -11'1 j i 'I.:. V V'' .: I, .: t V V VV V -V V Permanently aH
.acceptably welcome Chief Justice-E.: M. RANDALL. cores Diseases dabsV
Secor.___.___ _.. ._ i :
01 :. .; and read and re-read AMociate Justice*-J.D..WESTOOTT 3,430 311 Iucrease3.118 : p
,: I and folded up, filled, J(. B. VAN 'ALKE DEnG. tnaJ. E. BramesdorC....___. 3.081 4,262 Decrease____ 1.ISa I' : : ,QfRT'R'OYA: : ;' L R.R.! BLADDER. KIDNEYS. AND DROPS1.
safely deposited in the bureau. Cerk-LTMAN B. FUSTIC '
J I .' CAL SWELLINGS
"
?
'
: ;
;;, .: f If the contents are disagreeable, if it CIRCUIT COURT. ,;''i :,'I.,1: ,

,*" comes from a dun or from a bore the lit Judicial Circuit-1 W.VAN NESS Pensacola. OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE l' ) :,:; ., ," ,,:i.1' Existing;in men,woau'a aad cWJun
,> 2cI" P. W. WHITE Quln,. ".' "
: T : :;.. ,,; Jj, : > V .*' '
correspondent is cursed, the letter is 3d" Wm URYSOS, Lire Oak. ; ViV' .': : :" ,; .

i; ..,;t thrown into the fire, and the tth.. II E. B. AKCU1BALD, JaokeonviUe. Embodies New and Essential P.lndplcs-Silllpticity Construction: Ease of Operatioir Uniformity c4 Precise r..H: ; V'V'V. NOTICE TO'' 'TRAVELLERS : l V V NO MATTERjWHAT THE AGE!
Action
,
; .' expense at any Speed; Capaciryfor Range and Variety of Work, Fine or OaJ'Set! f..o. :-; V V V V
:' of is 6th Judiciil Clrcult-J. H. GOS Dca II. LEAVING ALL RIVALS BEHIND IT. / V V
: "
1 postage heartily regretted ; while 6th"' ., J.T.AOBEIt.Tsinp*. .1' I .. ,; :; ,: V V VVV V V V V .. ,- I;;: ?.: \., 'V V PlOt Steel says.: "One bonk of
: all the time the bearer of the dispatches 7th. ae J'. W. Extract Buchu Keara--j> ITn'4
PRICE ,
Enterprise. i.J : I r .; is worth more than aU
F .' ; i i 'I ..: is in either ; ; .. VV, .
: case, as little -------4 ''' .J. : V

thought on as the snow of last Christ DUVAL COUNTY. .. TEST THE SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING ANY OTHER. Passengers make .Close Connection .Price One V V Dollar per. !Bottle or Sir Bodes tat Tut
: Cour.ty lu!-'. A. IfcLEAK. -. .-. ; ., Dollars. V V V
,, mas. The utmost extent of kindness Clerk of Court-OSCAR HART. 'I t "' :' : i w / .'. .. > t it, i ". ** '

: ::9f between the author and the public State Sheriff Solicitor-T-JOSEPH A.II. DURKEK.McDOXNELL. I '":,[ ;: :TERMS EASY PAYMENTS- LIGHT.! ., .'. -. '- tJr.t: V VV ;V) : ,1 1 : "VIA'. THE' ,V I, ',' r .;" V VVV DEPOT, 104.i DUANE.ST.NEW YORK*

which can really exist is County Bolicitnr-CIIAS IL SUMMERS. ,
that the ,- V J j f ; I"

world are disposed to be somewhat Treannnr-J.-en or-J. 0.W.GREELEY.8WAIM.A 1 .\ __ : : V ::(1"(" .SAVANNAH & ...CHARLESTON.V !: and A give Physician"advice in v.Wa.1' attendance. to answir. conopwdiace

: indulgent' to the succeeding works of Collector-PETER Jl NES. :' : '. V'V' V\ : ; V f V ._' H, V
Superintendent of Sch-Mjla-.F.MA WBEY. I .1[; V V .t'- : 1ISUKr
"' : an original favorite were it but on iuctionrer*-J. L. Buirh. J.C. Hemming M. A. 'The Singer Manufacturing CO. VV. : :. V ANDSPORT V : FOR PA.PHun' 1auS$

i account of the habit which the Dzialynstl. ,': ." Of' n. j V l .
5-i-
public : .
Notary I'llblil'l-J'ohn O. Haroel, F. B. T. V
.!: 1, :: mind has acquired ; while the author 8. Eons, O. P. Cooper. Chap. M. Summers Knapp W.,U. No.. 172)BROUGliTON ST., SAVANNAH, GA.- :::[',ROYAL' \ 'V .,.: '
I .' Jt'frrtoya.'EJwin Hipiina, Wm. M. Led with. B.Y. : .. 7 O TII E
Cltg : very [naturally thinks well of their Cheney,Tboo.IL Maxey,J. W. Swaim II.Omoger C. A. V.OSBURGHManager.. ". ....J ..; .'p. -. : .. 'RAILROADV,
4 taste, who have so liberally Jo,. I!. JJurkee, C. Codnngton W. tuCo&n,J.WWhitney. .
:'- Jus applauded : GEORGE m FRAZIER, Agent, For_ Augusta, ,Atlanta,,: Chattan og8', : V NERVOUS AND DEBILITATE
'
productions. But I deny there is County Commissioner!-Mile* Pice E.Fortune 86tf JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 11\ ;;; V; 'nati, St.; Lonis, Chicago.and. all points North< South East; and West. .
> any call for gratitude II. II. Uot'g,T. 8 Eella.R. Jones. -- ___ It ,. ..i ',. .'j -..; V# : .''
properly '--' ,
so '
; 'f. JusUcc of the Peace W. W. Sampson VT. A. 1868.' 'n ---' : ',. : V OF BOTH SEXES.
; ESTABLISHED <
called either Humraerall 0. F.Towntend. 0. IN f 'VV -
,. on one side or the Henry Tlson James V : V
HL : M. Wil on. M. P. A. H. W. L. .. d. ; V I. V _"I. r .. V.. V. ; ;' NO.
other. Sir ChuppeH Philips -I -.i -t' f .cHARGE FOR ADVICE A5D1
-[ Walter Scott. .. 2)SSUL)
j Coan. A. Bucaint! Wm. Gordon., J.F.Rollins J. !:; :STRAIN; .LEAVES .DAILY AT.9.30 .A. .MVV V TATlt N. V
B f ; :. W. Menard. I V
., Snrwyor Cb,.F. Emith. A. K. PERGIV&L -
t- ; ,
: f .
'r V _.
: Inspectors of Lumber II. U. : J. :
PEACHES.-The peach is one of the Moody.R.Cone : ; .., '; PASSENGERS DIr J. E. Drorr .
J. Prie..Jr. : t :: HOLDING TICKETS BY OTHER LINES CAN GET THEM gradnaic f >iiuM i W&
; : most aristocratic naturalized .European Con tal>lrs-O.; H. Mays 8. Wi'jnn J'. Smith J'. .. suaEssoR' TO j. H.'CROWELL. V '' i, &..,. .t .: V :;fi 0 :" ,' iEXCHANGED (therebyVavoidiugdclayinVSavannah.TV "' V College be Philatle>pha;* tho/of,rinal viluatt! worlj.1'
: fruits. It should J. Forbes Jamt Lane J. H. Brown. ( f { ., : : )., i caq consulted pa all diseases ot the Sexual a#Urirf-
I i
be eaten on a ary l'rgan, (which be has' mode aa espechl itufj}
I hot e---' <: V i.... > V V ; either in male or female no mattes fixsi what .
day in Ispahan, just after bathing .: .: :1C.1V.: BRfeNS '. V cause -
L : CITY OF lACKSOKVILLE. V : .. TICKET OFFICE Ip'nadng or of how long standing. jnttJce otyr
.
: .
; and on .the cool of : years enables Lira to treat diseases
edge a marble Mroi-PETERIONES. T with success. Cut
pa : 1 'i { ( J '
: fountain. Put Aldermen-B. A. TllEB.UT., E.W.DEN7JT.A. J. :: 0 V guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Those at a diitaac
on a green silk lnd BUt8ELL.' V.WIKTDOUOLAR,WM.M.BOST- : *. !':::. : ;;V'V .' ; 21, BULL r.RE 1"SAVANSAU, GA. .- V can forward letter describing*j atptens aadcsckvig
.
; cloth ofgold turban, a white cashmere ., L. I FLEMING, JACOB HUFF, A. J. J ; -r.l"j"" j. : 3uipIQpay. postage,
.! : ':" .
BEXTLEY B. B. UUBBARD. : .. : '
ff 1 f .
t t dressing-gown, a yataghan, and Marshal-E. FORTUNE. ... .," .,. ; ol':. .eli.. V'V..: ,' p, ; .1 .1:.1.,', :: 'VVVSTRICTLVY . V 4V',.the C.w5rA>H d/rf.. Price. .xoc.
red turnedup read Clerk-W.II. CHRISTY.. _1. : fRELIABLE/JNFORMATlbN 'FURNISHED.
slippers .
a .
,
poem ;
Trcasurer-CHAR. FRIDENBKRO. ... .. "
'
;! .: .;, of Hafiz, and /Mr eat a' peach; you'll Asaes or-C. B. SIMMONSCollecTorPniLIP .. *--c: I V ''tf.'fA': '.1..: :V ". fit \ \ '' V oj V'tV.V.V'V ,: _Vj; DYOTT, M. D.,

r' ;'. find that will be something like a Clerk of Market-WM.WALTER.0 AlL YIN. '.. ; ; LH.' '' I. .(/ ..::. "f1h''H'; :.;! -;',:: DAILY VIF4VIVFVEVVRSVV; : ': <. .-'- :V Vk ,;; V V. 'Physidan. and Sunceon.,104. 'Duane St;If.YIPROSPECTUS

., -, : k ; .._ i : ; .V : V V ._ -
peach, and the flavor will be as differ. City Phyuclan C: DREW, Jr. 'h '_ '< ". '. '1 Froin: : V V V '" '
V
,. 'V the following cities on file ; FREE TO EVERYBODY''Boston V
day
V ejcry : ;
It ent from the rMASONIC.- 'IN' ; 'i ,
flavor
ordinary as a potato ,- DEALER I 1 ;f New York-Pbiladelphia/Baltimore;'San Francisco; Chicago I.' V VV V .
: ,
..' eaten from the fingers differs Solomon Lodge No.SO-Mv Bowes, W.M.:' Cha 'JV ; -. V St. Louis, Cincinnati, and manY'others. h : : : THE
e from a potato eaten from a fork. Thepeaches EUot 8 o.J; II.Koopman,Treits. Regular meetings NEW : WEEKLY V
r. Lit and 2d Wednesdays of each month. BOOTS LEATHER : Time and.Sure-Connections: V 'l tPu/i: V VFt :' 'YORK.. HERALDJAMtS .
SHQES : \Quick .
grown at Montreuil, near Dnval Lodrt No. It-K. WMgate W. M.; B. IL via Royal Railroads :'
i Paris, are incomparable. Webster, Sec.; D. Jones, Tyler. Regular meetings : ; .' -, V V V V V V V V

They are lit and Sd Mondurt of tach month. ,. . V GORDON BENNETT.
-i: overflowing with juice, and their scent JacksonviUe Cliaptcr No.12.R.A.1T-J.S-Driggs AND V :' V V V ,V. 0 nOFKIKTO.. .

: : and flavor are"not easily forgotten. M.?E merlin. U.P.,; M.I last BOVM rridny,See.of;each D Jones month.,Pnard.. lZrgtile V.. H I'; FINDINGS.. ; ; ,,, ., ,-A; o. HUSSEY. *V V .V- 't V JNO. w.HT .' } .' V '

;, ;; 'J .!', /. V 'Broadway an J'Ann 'Streets'!
M The peop'e of that village have Damamius Commandory No. 2 J, 8. Priggs E. : : .y : '.. ;. VI
grownvpeachclbr C.; l>. C. Dawkins, Reoorder. ..-. ..ix..WILL KEEP CONbTANTLY ON'HAND ; ':" V The"
; Regular meetings lit ; >l WEEKLY1 HERALD I Is'publisWeftI'J'Saiurday.
: centuries, and they know! and Id Tae dari of,each month. : & V S : .' i : )i'..:,:_. i- OSSEY'. :1& ,HOWELL ffu at five ,eens pet..copyAmyB*!>suincriptiosprice

; .\ exactly how To producethem of a L 8T4.TE OFFICERS. V 1".I"A ",LARGE" ANDVELL.' SELECTED 'STOCK" J', "* ile" .! i' ..\ .- .:.: r"V..l '. :: .t -."I. .: '. :. ., .v ." ... :- V "V VV
: sumptuous size and of the Grand Master-A.:J.Raa ell, Jarksonvin ; WHOLESALE ne C 1" '. .. V. '
fullest '
AND.DETAIL
flavor 0- DEALERS .
'," J or. : TbrteCupies. _
? O"dnd1 l'fI'Ity M aster D. G. Wilson.Tallahassee.Hr. n. Li .: j t t. t,
:. -i The Mignonne, the first peach in Orand Warden-E. P. Jordan Fernandma. : ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO CITY AND.COUNTRY, RETAIL. V Five COpies,-'- ; ";' {
11 Paris Jr. Orf.nd Ward'-n-E. Vacate,.faik.onville. : TVctrcopics.e rf, VV -\ V .V 15; ,
:
: appears at the end pf but ,' B. O" O' T S .s HVVOVEJSVVV:; V
JulyV t Grand Trf mnT-I). L. Oakley. Mnutloello. V. V. h.-" :.. V .'.- : TRADE, ,1 ; Postage,five .
: ,. the Teton de Venus, is the of Grand Mt retary-D. C. Daw-kins Jncknonville. V ..V \ .. ., Any larger cent per copy for three months.
queen
addressed lu1.aitJ.en.
number of
Grand Chunlaln-!'\.John IVnnv. And by strict attention to business and the will endeavor i to DameS
.. 1'antslft e public, to merit a share or their pationage.: '
: ,
an. Air wetz, they; make) a wine of Grand T'liT-David Jonas Jaeks nvUle. ', ::1; 'LEATHER", 8 FINDrNG: 'T' .J' i An'L5QeflCh.V V _

:' peaches, which, when it is old, is DISTRICT DEPU1T ORAND MASTERS.' Ill W GOODS SENT BY MAIL ANDEXPRESS: : :,"" .- .' I '.. :" '."" : ". ." 's. ,,. : / V Twenty extra copies copy will'/ be one sent addres'every, one club year often ITS sad
1 1 t'l .111: .. ,: : oj.
ht Dlsirict G. AldemaaJXarianna. larger number the -.
rather -- -- : any at
puzzling to the connoisseur and --- : :, ':. -' -r.'nJ.. .ii . .' -.ii'j.- ,, .. same price-
2dRefv,-*, Chattaiocchee. To ail parts of the State. > V -... ,- 1. V .' Two extra copies wilt be sent to chibs of twenty.

uby no,means despicable The French! 3d II. B. Taylor, Lire O. AT THE OLD STAN;; COR*BA.Y 'tt1JAN STS., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. VVV .1 '- .fstf .'A'omplete J. : assortinntjf; f;s New York and, Philadelphiarfine V These rate?make jtbeWuK.v Hsjttun the cboj-
". l' ( coot peaches: "cuifes ttb" J.'S. Dr gn JacksonvUlc.6th ... t . .. : est' publication in the country. ,
.J 4 ? al'eau comme ''W.'ILl iigOca.Ta. cOOdSa1WaySOIihand.V.i /., > V '. I'. ." w< 1 = 'Termi cash in advances .ilcaey sent by Bail*iH"
.: : "iresl'ceufs: a la .cpuque ;" they brandy 6tb" Z. H. Mson Orange Spring.7th J.H.-NORTON/ > T .:* ". '" '". SI; H.'KOOfeER f iijSolfi ( V at the risk of the sender. j
1" Frank Branch Tampa. ; V agents in Jackspnville-'forcSamucl' Dunbar&VCo.'sMissesandQhildren'sVEineiShdes. A generous portion of the-WIt 'Hlri .. Till lie
; tand '
'I -' "them" as the Americans "do" t : i' Attorney at Notary Public t. V V j ; ,-1..JTJ <7.7.i ..-. V L'I'
; they dry STATE OFFICES : appropriated to Agriculture Horticulture flcicuUuA
OF ;
GRAND ClUSTER,B.A.M. V '
'C' 1VV "t .
them, they make ices oFthera i they Grand Ilieh Pile f-M.Baea,Jackionrille. *. 1 :;' :; .' : : :" '' J..dI..Goods..serit' (! ;- Pomol'ogy"and the.management of domestic aoiouls.
; NORTON & KOOKE1' :
Particular
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manufacture from them marmalade; Deputy Grand Iligh 1rieet--J.:. briggs,Jackson.thsn'lcthgi3. -, ': : ..q', '/ by'mail' or express1 to.all parts "of the State. .t ; Markets V

,;; ., t "a preserve' and a past '. rtlle. d: Aldifman;Msruinna.Orand DU1.US -V : ", ] _.i" .,i', .. 'V: ,. t'3: -J/AjIJ '. !i'h'l 'r.. ."ui'i'A : : The aim will be ta mike"the WcrnxLT HBALB fperior

'r.1. __ Hcntxt-.D.C.-WI lIOn' ;TallaiuuM.: "1'"R EALESTATW: 'f.'. : ::. : "Vi1t b VVV9Y irit ar.fur".Jadf)1I'l'illFl." .V : l' a'f.O"KLKEENEf :V the country1.to any other' agriodtural. VV ,n4 fiuaily newspaparin .
Orato"
Tft'Uul'\'r-W. A.
young,Jacksonville. :: -- Every number of the WKSKIT HiiutO will coaom
IE DIDN'T KISS HER AT ALL.- ODDFELLOWS.F'ood ,. : : .t! Ii : V '' a select Story and the latest mid'most important*(**
AUGUSTINE'

..-:.' ,A gentleman who lias been recently! Huff' R..8.Lod,?Regular* Ro. |-moetjr.g J.-W.) Whitney* tvtty,V.Tuesday:.Qj J. V : V: :f'ir"i'ibFAJ.LKINDS.! -V ,. ,, .. 'J" .. .VV :> ? : ..1 ". ::1VV jfPRVT.: : by telegraph-ficonj all parts p the-world ujj to tfce *1*
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in the 1'.. t'l' a 1lAar"n !'! Luring the tessios ofCo the Wmw Hiw
traveling lower 'countes'of:! DiJbt GENERAL0 l/R'ANCE VLtI ; r gress
; -- 'fJ)1PJ AwE 8OCJETIES, / : AGENTS repiescntihg.: tleVfoliowin? bronanies : THE SCHOONER I will contain a summary of the proceedings and the Ul-
I Texas tells the, Dealer jn ftlilllnery,.Fancy and Dress Goods of all
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following est &o *'
amusing 'T''r'J' w.. V V ;by telegraph saWS.hingtOa.Pedtic1t
:.1,' "He Dnva DkUi N. 1- JI.nry Kane N. P.: Oeo. -' : : ,: r ; .- -' *.' :[ f/ .*:** .:.7j: j kinds."Keeps constantly on hand the latest styles'of lIJLa-.: &.. Fashionables Artistic Ijterary, and Sporoot

.' story : was stopping over night W. Fraiior.JCfl. Regular tneetings. every Tbursdav FRANKLIN, QF PHILADELPHIA.4.VW1Ic binc4 assets of over : ,/ .; i ".I'ojn--- -r.'j/nutii ; V Inulligertcei ObituarY Notices Varfetie*.AmosemeBB,
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nl ht Udd Fellows' :
lint!
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; at a, house where the partition walls 1 r'CONTINENTAL ( '.1 V .* ," FHASIANDMw.Dresoood5LDesassime1aotV TRJMtoJNGS- .J1aflOhaI Editorial.Articles pn the:prominent tqpics oC the .
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JncLwuirill Lodge of Good Temvlart No. 1-B.F. or NEW YORK, -' ; "I ?\)'j i! : ,. ." >M l.JOOt 111 a review tIC the Cattle and Goods MaketSThVV
particularly thin. The Ward, W. C. T.; H.A. Beuaing, W. R. 8. Meet : Dry
adjoining every
room MANHATTAN cial and Cbmoerdal of **
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OF NEW, YORK, ij I I. intelligence and accounts I
1 Wednesdny evrning Doe s Hall.(lid floor). J $7,000,000. : .iu :between Jacksonville& and
r was occupied by a mother aud her Hewue Lodge No. I, 1.<).O.T..Eist Jack'oville) PENNr OF PHILADEI.F IA V V ._ .1'1 &-rtXVery St. Augustine. portant The UntALo interesting events of the week.IB ihfcCoonoT. .
KID employs
GLOVES
.F daughter.. After retiriag the mother -U.. U. Webster W.O T.( C. 11. Jones, W. R.8.Meet I V 'Trelgh'is'at loir-rates. in distant cities to canvass for agents subscribers none art
,as
:: ". ,l began to rebuke the daughter for road bridge.t-rrry rvenlns; at Grove IIa 1, DeU' the, shell LOANING .MONEY. ON REAL ESTATE AND CONVEYANCING A ..CHEA. .:;,also:.k ftilfas rnnent of':t"g', l VV t I VV V V 1 'For freight.or,passage :'. 'Any person pretending to be an lip|or
an -V V iw .
I : < 1 : H.-I -jit- -jflf ; j.ri; the WOKLT HEKAUI should be treated as a cu*"'*
I' aLleged partiality to somebody named FIRE DEPARTMENT. SPECIAL, V .-, V, V t .:.t'WHtTE':OODSi .: t'; apply V i VV( WILt.SON" ,,&,WHLTLOCK swindler. The club system has abolished the ag1systeni.
Cbie' Jtmes U. DOl' "t '' i 'Jacksonvi1le.l1a.; V
Enplceer- Ilia '
sale
and
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john, whicl) soft: impeachment the 11 Awlitant' Joseph Man.rok. We_ .give below a fesvof_ the 'many choice places for sale by u? : .receivedotdf .' k ". ,V '1 Orfc jAkEScoss;' V V V The cheap.
Stam Fire Engine Mekant.-Tho.... I .. HiyeJMtt. i, \ price of subscription, whenever peacticabje.
- daughter dented vigorously. : m a.Xlnt Fore-. No. TV Two-story house on Ashley street,near St. ''No. m.- Dunlawtoa Plantation; on Halifax river. .5: tf, .: V ; .StAugustieFla, should be transmitted by Pout Office Orders. It It .
But," said the mother I Mteam Fire Eorin*-WflJlam Bays Foreman. James Hotel pleasantly situated.In one of the best seven miles north of-Mosqult* inlet,at Port Orange HATS, UNENS, GRENADINES FRENCH safest mode of transmitting money t>J ail w
saw i Alert hose No. 1-0. C.VandrrfrlfZ Fomaan. neighborhoods to the city; house Is new,with six rooms, I.too acres; 2,230 acresrich hammock;lying one mile; : Percale'!:.u.shirts : ; t j > ;.,". At small Post Office in the country where Post
him jAfANESE-CHALUES ,I.DIce,at Bucky
: kissing you at the cowpcn )'ester- I'hmniz llose No.J-.. J. Uuseil, ,Foreman. plenty of closets and good servant's room; lot$*J4* from river; 50 acres high,shell land, immediately on i. fice Orders cannot be obtaiaedKmoncy alAr."renunwin
I- day morning Amanda." "No Ameiicus Hook sad Ls ldrr Co.-T. A. Wilson 105 feet, good l.nce",good sidewalk, and the street the river bank,having iront of about one fourth mile, Th. tvltf bisoldattreatltreJuce lt triil. ',.kJU.lw IVVT4 V Registered Letters. ,
$$1 ma, Foreman. shelled: crapes la bearing r a fine lot of young orange with large* two torrf frame house 18 rooms, needy -F .COLCORDj4. i Advertisements u a limited manner.will be to1ip V
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I 'he wan't kissing.me at all." Why BANKS. trees; flowers and shade tree crowing thriftily; good finished; house commands view of the river and ocean V : : ;? : ;/ I IVV the WXKKLT. HBKALD. -ii.

did have: head D. O. .A.mb1r'lnaDlr.inIllouae BiT street T. 11. well,with pump on back porch, which Is covered with and is surrounded with large,bearing,orange'tries, V COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS'ME 1/,> .* !. : .-! ::, t: ,. V ; Price!of Di .T'Hs Ali>, bJr''cets m-eopyi -
you your so close up 11:.,. Cmshirr. .-. flowering vtnesj Will be sold cheap. '' ome 75 to 100 In number good well,and a cistern VV:':_ "V VV. :_ : :V ::: V ; T :' : ,,: Successor to Hide and Skin business of nual subscription' price,$a.,always ia$advance
- -- to his for? you dc ceivin' critter." First ationul Bank of Florida,comer of Pine a N. B. To capitalists f'desiring a big thing" there ,that holds !,*" SaD011,'In' yard J thoroughly;ditchedand -V <. V (J. '." "1 ... .' IH.ft Wriw the address on letters to the New Yo KH:
Well Forsrth. its.,Jap. M. Shoemaker oasbler. U a fine opening in Springfield; a IcwthousanJ dollars drained; canal from'sugar-house running to the T A, L'Ll C V to. -: : rrt tJ' H. ( ''IV.L, : AU;In a bold and leibl hand ud grrt the.
you sec ma, I had been eating lIOTEIJi.Ortnd will go a great way just now. for particulars enquire river lOr transportation of crop; immense quantities ofwild V, V ''BUklAL-'CASES V V V V each subscriber.of Post Office.County and S Wplaialy :

..._ .pltillas, (the fruit'of species of cic- National Bay street,"pear..JuUa. .,Geo.'Me- of Norton& Kooker corner Ocean and Bay streets. best oraag*trees on the place: the soil is similat to the' : -' : 'r> .01.w, V>.- V ." V ; ;.-. V t Comer Bay.and Ocean atreenu! that.7.errore In mailing papers wUl be UaW*fV
OlD I., Prnprietor. sugar lands of Cuba,to which it Is :AND" occur .
: No. A HANDSOMB RESIDENCE SALE. Six folly equal: .. V' .
tus and 74. FOR .
,) you see, ma, I got some1of ilctropoiitan, ''K'WDa treot' nearB'r. '1. B. large rooms and kitchen,double bay window on the limestone Is abundant .This place U really one ot the V : '' V

I the prkkles in my lips-and-and-" Togo Ocean Proprietor.llonse,Ooran street,near Bay Mis. 0.L' west,Large double parlors,double piazza oa the south, choicest the war.places, la Florida, and was known u V such betyre .: V W'Q..9) i QVFVF,1NS.I: : ,. : Wuotc.Highest ;'pricee V' ...V paid: for,-: Hides. ,-Skins.71&UV1V Fan, V V: Trunks nd valises at. Bockj's. VV V
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of the finest views In '
commanding .
one jacksOnvIlle V
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what ,.
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wicked Bnfflnrton. lYoprietrra I
you wicked ; < windows filled with four lights 4O-lnch glass and hung T*. B. .Do V
winter home .
want a ,with
you snug
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.cr thr?" W.Florida E. Stockwell Home,,oorner Manager.Fbrsrth and Cedar street with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange urns and. flowers.la FloridUt.You can gets :.L ,'SA E'AND FEED STAPLES; vI JORRIS..ArtDZIALYNSJUi j
Andi j floor;with blinds: all casings are finished with mould a beautiful, lot, 70x156 feet,in Springfield high and i ; .
ouldn't get them out my. I leg and oiled and varnished, making a beautiful finish; bealthnil,and within ten minutes walk ot the post-office. I '; J .''P. .' VV

self, you know, and John I FEDERAL OFFICERS. ceilings high, walls hard-finubed ppen stairs, double, oy which to make ft,for >'3"' For jwrticulara enquire : VV .
: I" puUed'therax Coll ctor of Custom*.-J. R. 8OOTT.y glass, front doors, mortice Inclc ba every door in bouse; Norton& Kooker.' .-I AUCTIONEER :
.' >ut with his teeth-but he didn't kiss t'pllt Colloctor-O. W. BLKW. china closet,store-room,plenty of clothes-presses,bath i'. ."
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: time." In.puetorofCutem.-.li mOG IlU. room : hip roof,*with'cupola, from'which k charmingview "i""- A act cJss'acrcs: 60 acre* cleared ham- _. 'Vvij ,
? ,roc nary '. -J. 8. ADAMS. is lo be had of th drr. the rivet and surrounding mock Und; fine ton 011.St.J ahll'l river r two miles west '- -- V > .1.., .
i t. '; -S S_ Collector nf InK-mal: RVrenoe-A. A. KNIQHT.8irv country;'three lots;'m&klne"17 aoo feet; good well; Jacksonvi k. This is one of the most desirable river OF'ALLSIZESVANflVQIJALITIES.: COM V JkhssipS "MERCHANT.. .
I :, nen l-.J. GILBERT. young shade trees started; half a.mile from post-office. fronts In the vIcinity Jacksonville. ,WUlbe divided t t ? ,: i *
,:; "lI ware you getting on at your U. 8. Oiujer-TH08. McMURRAY. r For sale at a bargain.No ldeslre&, V V V bI5IVKMBALMINO AND G GENTLEMEN'S"R 6BE& sf

_ :' ,- 'new place?" said a lady to a girl U. 8 CIRCUIT COURT. .96], A Urge: two-story'' house'with VV ten-Urge No. 146. Six acres on Arlington river,adjoining the DONE WHEN.REQUIRED ': :! : V V.i_ ___f kub eKmerchnndnW!received". onment ,
: rhorn she 1a ,-I'BIUr 1"K\SKIt. rooms; thoroughly butlt.u"finished ha fint-n.reMylC Florida Home containing the old vineyard. For sale ,ALSO, and sold at auction or prrrat*,sale. '," V

_ :> recommended to a situa AUorDrr-.J. B. C. DHEW. with twelve feet ceilings; one acre of ground tovercJwith at a bargain. 'J'.i MARBLE AND ..MARBLEIZEDSLA'TE :
> MurbiU.5..COAt.'I1eriVUIUP fruit trees and flownipIeaaaut1yicateJWlthIA ; Thebes andin_t'stylishlivery.teams* lo.'tn dty to'nte rri1 ***
tion."Very, well, thank. you, answered No. CAB be foun4 at the Stable of the undersigned the Every description of goods entrusted
WALTER. five minutes walk of the railroad depot. Price fib poo; t4f. MmioroUTJUi Horn -This hotel Is V MANTELSvSLATE1 near, ," V, V
the girl. I am glad to hearitVsaid.the'lady. U. S.Kegisi.TlnBMikrupteT-P.rRA8EIl. 't- f 4,300 down,balance on long time Udeaired.' centrally lucated/tiuUt of the best French brick,and I I.a I.V VV ,'I. ::. Florida. Home-eorter; t3Vnd Fonytb Street. b* disposed. :M -
fint-claas. bouse In HEARTHS, &: :Horse* boarded and.well caredfar; _on tasooahlft I V
every respect.For and -
1'10.90. acres In'Orange ) one mile from price* V V V V -. 'I V V '
400 POSSIBLS
county : BEST
YoureropjoycrI terms. FIGURE
terms .
apply to Norton&Kooker. :
FAIRBANKS UcloqviiU. Price, f j per acre.- VV !MANUFACTURED! BORDER 1 Strong teanu'for hauling . .
nice and SAMUEL ,.: d. V .. ,V purpo.csIis17sonhand.Vi3&ITflJCTh.MYO.1573 .. ..r.. "
_ *. 'a. person, you cannot do ::./1.!. ,; ,. ;,AND. FOR: SALE $Y ':. .' tq LbC0Wn.T", h accnrate tetutns.W*'*:
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iomuch1orhc. "X dont mea ,NOTAltYPtBUCFOIfDUV"J.P UN1'Y CaD oa or writ\oi ,and stats your wants: ,*- VV (- <:: .:. "iJ'j yjju .?, CALVIN ; : 1' 1 %fVTVVVVt -J j f H *-.. .t 51dPOUPtJM v -*** J' "*

the- in'cent '- V r"CE COR.OCEAN AND BAY FLA.LUg< >W.W I V .OAK,vFonyth :: ._. :.. ; : ..:. :. r "V '
to. rna'am/ was 1, UtiV L S. V V V t oS '' V >" .: J4rn"OBlarE.. cV-
reply. : JJCKVJL Street between Laura and .
_ 9 ,* ** "* /' ( JacksonviU. Ian. t tey I II : (Ljoertpapenonfile. .HA ,to6 t Honn 3 EADQUAR.TERS for ruiRIDA "IEWS ,
V Vta.a1" .' / V 1: < ; / 'fh'36-.I" JjJacksonvlUe.FiarWa.pt, j .H'IJYlOOD .i Yih'n.
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