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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 21, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00028
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NEW, appear interest: in thewfefcctto; investigate > TXICHARD 'MCLAUGHLIN I GR0cXIk* AKDno $. RAILROADS AMD BTRAUERS. '. ,.
school house. It has two stores and and ..
accompanied' the dischargesof s it With cne.fiiBdred treesto .: 'h- i 1
EVERV WEDNESDAY AND considerable trade. Fort Ogden on Heaven's artillery t! out'their the t KEAX. .I'SUT&-AGENT ,,! 4 ;
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the east side of Peak creek, fifteen accumulated stores upon the earth.' per tTCt&t ten 7admiZ II. JOHN MOBILE RAILROAD CO. .
1'ERJIS VFSUBSCKtPTtOtf miles from Pine Level, has one store. Then all is bright again, and if any (( b planted years 'I. AOwm' 01'Real Eitett'bbutfil MM! .old MJ j. ;:. ---.--- -. _. .--' z
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Manatee onthe south side of Manatee clouds remain : "' '
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":: often received at one time. percent :. bPbs,'*i'pzaiiasiow'i o1W' 'r' .***' '
.bi i4ilscvlben. $* per annum. Ten river sixtniles from its mouth, Is eeive and reflect the last fays of the per annum for ;:&een, years New Y:-; .Ex-GoT A. 5jCartta,JJdkb ,. P PASSENGER TRAINS WEST TDAILYj 7 g", I
weadI.; Twenty copies, >t.6o/ fifty, cop- the principal settlement in the coun l'euinKsun'with a gorgebusness more, the..calculation l is.'ejkijy .made ,Leirk l Hf lted8lr..PIilladdphia: W. S1IOka kd, C OMMISSfON 'M E R C H AN? T SAVANNAH AND TALLAHASSEE.

tr'ftAOAD i ty. It contains about ,fifty families, beauty unexcelled by, Italian skies. while-the certainty--ihcsdrop and i its, Hour PbOadetoW,Tucker D.G.&Ambkr.MuL&BkW.. .;lack;:;' :: ..:: :.,e..f. :"si- .- .. :. Leave Jacks*.villc, I .4'40'.,. bop" It

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."pnY1 eo pet illCh..or C'e1IU.a.'nll-nlOGt Lodge five stores, three board. brilliant the brightness exceeding one hundred and fifty years) are :cir- A. A.. JCNIGHT, 4, ..IlOCUJw..n'. PROY1SIOIW".... GRAIN. Arrive I.aSe(4y7i.at Ure Oak .1:50 awl 5:30 I2S ;.

: ..* per lnc11 oa.lO t hia.lint IDHnloet ed ing houses, and a large hotel near by I that,of higher.latitudes, .pot a" cloud cdmstances primary iniontancc.SVb .' ,JUY..SSCARS, ". \ Leave** MontkeUoMTaDafe Madia ,-....,.___- 630 r.-ant,

_..n,lt f J oii,ncram.'M in process of erection Just below i being.visible. No. fain' clouds ever t'more.desirable legacy :caa be ,: ,ATTORNEY-AT. .' 'j. -r .LAW.10 J'UI', <'''- 1...... _fi, rlotMafc. .: ;.: \ : : Quincy- .;______' .: --:-_ ictJ 1.lOp. '

NIl CYf..oUtI pcr line.tM4 on. the river, 'is a saw and grist mill : form at night at any season, and,very concaved. for: a man f jto-leate :hi* N....u ec".1Iodt.uiutalrl. .; ": 1. 'Ar1'thm1ct'.and t :. i ..I ; Amy.at chattahocb.s.-: .o..tiij, ,

II.LADAS.: tu" till, CARRVTMri ADV..U. CO.. and a ship yard. On the north side of rarely a ram continues throUgh, the family,? Yielding &n i tfcUaihng! income ., .. '. ; .' '. PASSENGER TRAINS EAST fJOAILT FROM
fickSMivtlle. the river nearly opposite Manatee, is .day. subject .to. DO aisftattr\ ,, unlta-. 3.A't1. :. ;u.. :'acUclaYi1lerta.: :, '. :WhlM's' Patmt Uoswy Drawer TALLAHASSEE) FOR SA'VANNAHADJACLSONYILLE..

..Palmetto. where is a More, postoffice I Stock raising Is trie) most )mottt rit In R61UNsON' I r 1 Agtat'fct" '
paired | valtic I 'for gcoer)ions T 'La .
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Soar-Cltmt and a churh.andchoolhou : business of' Manatee" eount. There cannot' 'be T r'' ; 1JOo' .,
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MANATEE, 5) coonty nay "suggested' that PUBLIC. Md OIlMtHlQU, An.. .U..oII:1oa.r.rglO- a. -.' _.. ,
Florida to the thousands who an. the lands are high and rolling, but tic each, while almost every settler when, the suitable locations U.CIRCVIT COt1kT.. V.. Brunt It Bro's.Une Saffing! Packets.- .> .. Lake Oty---..,,5:$}*m and 11:15 'J: -
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Dually **8lt jt for hc 11" and recreation elsewhere they? are flat' and .level.\ owns mote br less.* They all -run fct shall"be filled with orange 'groves, icu !Bioclu. 11A .( 'S BikJ.i a9'0 a 11&and 1:40 amArriv

is well as to the large majority Much the larger portion is covered large'on the pine' and prairie, .lands;: production will;exceed demand, and ,O. WRIGHT FROM NEW 'YORK. : : *at JackaoovU1cio:' a m and, .sii.t.'

of those desirous of making homes in with pine and uwp31mettoJ'hkh.ls Th only care bestowed Is to 'herd the.value of the. fruit be correspond- Ii tw5145. -Bay'Street.Jtcksonvin Jlorida.AIR.BA.NJKS TRAINS-TO $T. MARKS.: .

Its delicious climate, is comprised In interspersed" with open prairies and them In the 'spring when. the raises. Ingly depreciated. 'Very little reflection ATTORKEYJIT lAW (Tuesdays. ,:Thursdays. and Saturdays.._.' '*- ,

aD extending from 'five miles west hammocks of live oa\ and cabbage are young and mark and,brand'them; _is needed quiet! all_such appre? 'R wi'! i. mock,Bay .,' boe.i11C,FI& '.1 ., I Arriwe Leave *.**..SL M.L.-_ tors .? n. ..

of the St. Johns river to the Atlantic palmetto The soil in the pine lands They, require,no further.attentlon 'until hensions. in the first place, 'the sta- WSM practice la the different touris cubs Sctat. CoU i ,F ., ,. Leave St.Marbns. ttsa! pm : :

coast while the remainder and by is light and sandy, and generally un gathered for market. The ;ulcers tUtlcta C'aU fruit growing operationswill lecuon. drompdy. attended. to.'. .. -i&f- ., 1 L v' DaALXX. nt '' Arrive TaUaba M._---, ,a_ jt. *'.,>*

far the most desirable portion of the suitable for cultivation except whencow are-all shipped to Havana .and Key show that (as respects such 'as H; A.rATTtscm. _i.k.'aiu.L.' ".1 1' GROCERIES "AND PROVISIONS i .ROBERtWALKEL Recetrer and Cent,SupC_ .._ ., "

peninsula, is a terra incognita, presumed -penned and manured', but furnish West for b ef: In 1872 more than bear transportation,) increased pro- : H., L. MACEE.. Asa't Sap .5A. -".
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an inaccessible desert, inhabi-, an inexhaustible supply of grass on twenty-eight' thousand head were shipped duction opens naturally, new marketsof PATTISON;& ,MEEK,._ 1 : : BAYsTErrAfTs* NYILLEFLA.. AI.- "
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ted only by Indians and alligators which large herds of cattle find pas- from this place ''at an average consumption, 'and 'new' armies 'of : .1' G. 4 W.I.T.CO'iJFERN !. RAILR .-)

filled with malarial exhalations' and turage. The> hammock lands vary price of eighteen dollars, per .head,' transmission, keeping the demand always ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.. 'j" fl ,, Always keeps on hand ; ., _' i>aJ5G

abounding with annoying insects and much in their constituents and their which is paid on ,delivery to the_yes, in advance of supply.. An occa 'Office.ReQua't buM ,/Jacksonville._ FUu t.ft. ."'I hAY, CX/RN OATS. DRAN'CROUNrFEED'PEASCHICKEN J .;n.ox. .'.. n-1 .

poisonous reptiles. So general is the' fertility. The scrub hammocks are sel. The men engaged in this'' business sional and temporary glut may .some- ; FEED, ,ANDINAtTQ- CEDAR KEYS. .!'fIr" .

ignorance respecting this Gulf coast, generally high and dry land, covered reside mostly,in the interior and times occur :in a single .market but M. ,D. PORKiLARDi BACON -GOUrc-SOCTH.consc.fO ar*.;

that even in Georgia, when visiting with water oak, hichory and live oak devote their exclusive attention. it, (unless'. too delicate) the supply can P.E. SHOULDERS HAMS Feinandina- J.os'e .., II .
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my, friends and informing them in reply saplings and bushes. The soil is and are in the woods most of the be easily transferred to points, not HOMOEOPATHIC., t. FISH, FLOUR T0 TC : \
that "I live I light and sandy in some instances time herding and driving. Hence PHYSICIAN AND. SURGEON. B1dwia ----9:00 a:. 3.5Ok.. ,
to their inquiries, at overstocked.In the .second place; r. "1 HOMINY,MEAL,RICE. {--- P3U_ I
Manatee, in Florida," I am obliged based on a substratum of marl at a they make' no farms. A small patch increased supply always has the'effectof Office north side of Bay' Street,to Dr. ROOf_r '', BECKER'S FLOUR FARINA, Start -.--. :3-. 2 ,&_"_ :- ,

to explain in what part of the State it' depth of four to five feet, but in the cow-pennecl i in which .th 'y,cultivate a. increasing consumption inthe 'original new building nex.block east National Hold tggtf BUTTER, CHEESE APPLES. ONIONS' ArcherBronoa Gainesville.- ,, -_' t:;;pm JEIO 949

situated, and how I get there. larger part resting on a quicksand at few bushels of corn and some potatoesis markets-the farm customers & B SNETT, POTATOES MOLASSES, SUGARS.COFFEES SYRUPS, Cedar -.. 6 3:35:jo 904am 1

My! purpose in writing is to answer! the water level. The "heavy ham- all they attempt. A change is tak- accustoraining themselves .to the'use CALL TEAS COCOA, K CONNEONs 63'. '. ? .

these inquiries, and communicatesuchother mocks lie generally on a level, requiring ing place in this respect. The.immigrants of larger amounts., .Third, the'whole' 'LAW, SNUFF, At FRADINA.wt&SI City Point from "

facts respecting this particular: more or less drainage. They now coming in are devoting area of the United States: on which OFFICE In Reed's 1w.L OILS, SOAPS Pictator from Charleston and,Mondays Savannah at 4 a.Thursdays in.;steamer at ,*
be of interest are covered with of themselves the cultivation Building. up STARCH, TOBACCO. With Lizzie from
locality as 1 think may a heavy growth mainly to oranges can 'be profitably for 4 a.m. iteaioer Baker Savannah
sudi desire to know something' live oak, cabbage palmetto, water of the soil and raising fruits. And grown' -'. lACKSONVILLE Fin WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS Brunswick and St. llarys Mondays at 6 a,m r.for 0
to as shipment, is very limited' in 'extent, BASKETS, BROOMS SPONGES, TUBS thosepointsonFridaysat5am., "T
more of Florida than pertains to the oak, hickory, elm, mulberry, etc., the small bodies of hammock scat- and cannot supply, the wants of our At BALD WIN.with for J P &M L R.from Jacksonville -.,
at m.; Jacksonville at a. m.
immediate vicinity of the St. Johns and are free from saw palmetto. The tered about are being taken up for own, country,' while the opening of A.BUESING, CANNED GOODS OFEVEXT.KINP.EVERYTHING "GAINESVILLE.4X11'p. in-w ekrr stag yja? line far? ', ..

river and tne Atlantic coast. 1 soil is a black loam on a subsoil of cultivation.The every ,mile 4of inter-communication I Respectfiifly calls the attention of the diuens and merchants Tampa and Friday; with*. stage line for NewnansvIQe. Tuesdays 1 < (

Manatee county lies between 26 marl mixed with animal remains, and productions 'of.: the country whether by .railroad. or canal, -or Is the to best the BEAUTIFUL Washinf Barber SOAP and he Toilet manuiactnres.It Soap ever. ., Orleans. At CEUAR' KEYS.Saturday.with With steamers creamers to and from from Ne Key,*>-
minutes and this at a depth of three to four feet have hitherto consisted of ; made. This Soap is In boxes contain 80 lbs IXTKLFORAGE.CROCERY. every
degrees 35 27 degrees 35 mainly corn, river, opens up a new market for COn- bars.. pot up West and Tampa.Frida: from these place.Thurnj
minutes: north latitude, and 4 degrees I resting on a clay marl. cotton (long and short staple;) potatoes sumption, and the. demand may be indefinitely and:90. Orders: should. be r addressed to .AND PROVISION. LINE days.Tampa.-With Mondays.Steamer WUH.Steamer Cool,from Tampa.Wswenockfroa4 Sundays:foe I '.

40 minutes and 5 degrees 40 minues These lands, in parcels of five, ten, rIce sugar and fruits. The exports increased, while the..bound; !, A BUESING.Jacksonville Box yat..i6t Fla.. 7 SELL FOR CASH Suwannee 1 Fridays;. Sot Snwaniwe D. E.,Tuesda MAXWELL. < "

.longitude (from Washington., It or twenty acres each, are scattered are cotton, ,potatoes, .hides,, tallow aries of production are fixed, and 5-13 Supintcndnt.,1, .

is boumlc l on the north by Hillsbo- like islands over the prairies and in poultry, eggs,,melons and fruits, cannot be extended j and fourth, the ,L..I...I'LDfhIG. J.TpLEMING .-J. DXII2..: AITD AT Y. :

rough county ; east by lirevard coun the pine lands, but in such situations of which the potatoes poultry, eggs, whole amount( of our production, at LE1G. & 'DANIEL THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES. :N- :W'YORK' AND. .J.i't* > 'r' I
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Lake Otetchobte south are too low for cultivation and melons West. w.oa1 .
and generally to
ty ; by go Key present, is so insignificant as corn- )Merchants Loggers Hotels.Boarding Houses.and .
Charlotte Harbor and the Caloosa I except at large expense i in drainage. The capabilities of the country 'are paired with the quantity imported -as ATTORNEYS-A T.LA. W. families are invited to fiammc my-goods and prices.-. 4ttl f-,
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hatchet river, which separates: it from I When in large bodies.they are higher, unappreciated by the old cattle raisers scarcely to be recognized in the large A FERNANDINAt ;

Monroe county, and west by Tampa of better quality 2nd more easily and yet but slightly developed markets ; but is so superior, in qualityas Orricm: Reeds Block Jacksonville corner Ocean Fla. and Bay Streets THE HIGHEST CASH.PRICES : h-?i' .'-

Bay and the Gulf ot Mexico. Its brought into cultivation. and undei. stood; Sufficient,has been to take precedence wherever they 3- i-ry. rAID FOR 'COUNTRY1 MODCCE OF'ALT KIND STEAMSHIP LINE "''J.

rivers are Manatee, which rises in the The water in the pine lands is clear done to determ'ine'satisfac orily the come .in competition. This Tact. will 'stft I ( : .

northern part of the county thirty pleasant, but too Tle3rthe surface that most 'of agricultural productsof give Florida the.control, of the entire DOBBINS' &..*IVERSON. ; .:' of f tTL m &'WHITLOCK: .' ., ... ... ,.. .' JIo'JI ,- t.rimr ',
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miles from the coast, and runs duel to be healthy, the average depth of the North and South, "(except home markets, to ,tbe extent of her d ., V V' Snccessors iarIios '.'Vilts D ---'- '''' __\_ 'Ii.'-"''* '' w.

vest to its mouth when it unites with I the wells being six to ten feet. In wheat) all the vegetables and nearlyall productive 'pacitj.'hen ver: she)is GUN AND .LOCKSMITHS; :. .IAURS nr ; FERNANl. .'t'z mA.FU. t.II7.c"-{ ,

the waters of Tampa Ujy, having a ] the hammocks the water is disagreeable the'fnJlts can be successfully grown able to' supply the demand.-S. v- : 'MEDIATOR: .,..', .., ,-

common outlet to the Gulf in latitudeidtg. I anti unwholesome. Cisterns are on our hammock lands. Cane is almost !- annah News. ALSO.' ELECTRO-PLATING AND GILDING, GRAIN. FLOUR., AND" 'FEED., ; .. .' .
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:o min. It is navigable: ten universally used in the marsh lands, indigenous. It, requires,plant- rfsimifnurim'yf E-of, -
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miles from Its mouth, and is for that I and should be everywhere. ing but once in seven, or eight years, PROFESSIONAL CARDS fte. 0-5 At the sign of the BIG LOCK. CORN MEAL,HOMINY, CRACKED fe x :TICKS. BURG'. ., ".-w I.JT '

distance one to one and a half miles j I Iside. I Fur healthfulness this country is and averages two hogsheads of sugar 'j' -

Mtakka 2 liver rises also in the unsurpassed. The few cases of sick- and six barrels of molasses per acre, R,. F:' A. McMANUS, /". W L. COAN, ,CORN; RYE MEAL GRAHAM "; CapuRUDOLF.WEYBOSSET' ....1.:11 -'
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northern part of the county, near the ness occurring are malarial' a very while three hogsheads' is' not an ex j'uSTICE PEACE, I FLOUR,.CRACKED WHEAT&b ,,.. ,' "

head of the Manatee, and runs southwesterly I mild type and yield readily to medical travagant crop), arid four, hogsheads r (Recently, of Baltimore.. ) OFTjUE"' ... .. -'J. ", .- .,. I. ; .,' :,. .:a. :* E.U 11
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of Charlotte Harbor. It is a deep I bhall be generally used, the physicians preferable to Louisiana for cane cul- N. 6'' T A'R. Y P,'U B L -TC..,., : 'TO ORDER. 1 "-* ; 'These steamers_sail.& New Yor .Pier: .North-

narrow will be in of accident ture in this-it Ha located U Jacksonville. Office and residence Office SOLARYE-S River, and from Femandinn.. .Railroad Wharf
stream, expanding occasional-I only required cases rattoons seven yearsin os Monroe street between Laura and Pine streets in in BLOCK. Wood Sawed Split and 'Delivered t t
ly into lakes after the fashicn of the and by persons who have brought Louisiana it must be planted every the rear of Mrs. Henderson's boarding-house. o-a6tf Corner BAY'snd PINE itre,. '1 t "FIFTH'DAS.r.

St. Johns. Peak creek rises in Hillb- disease on them in their immigration. second year-it.attains.its. full maturity Jacksonville.' by Cord Or Load. .. '" ,7t .
borough Manatee It seems a remarkable fact but it is and tassels-in Louisiana it does C.L.KOBIKSOV, .J. W.WMTTWT, 'For freight or apply to ..
county entering Au'.at Law and U.S.Com 'r. Kotary Public.p passage. : 'i ,
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from the north and rUlis nearly southto nevertheless one of easy verificalian, not-it remains on'thc field until it is L. ROBINSON '& CO. Ross. Illock.Bay Street. opposite oar J". .HERM.CELPCKE. Agent. ,-tiS' .
about the centre of the that from the latitude of cut for grin.ding-in Louisiana it'mustbe .' 3ACKSONY1LLE.FLA. .
county, Augusta, PRINTING. .:. 5 Wlffiams st..New.rork..
where it diverges to the southwest and I Macon and Columbus, in Georgia, *cut before maturity arid 'fb3, ked to Rt.A'LESTATSAND- .1XSUR.ANCEBROEt5Agency T. A.. WIUO.566. W.A.. WHITLOCXT I. Or W.J. WOODWARD,. ,." 1.

enters Charlotte Harbor at its north and Montgomery, in Alabama, southward protect it from frost, 'which creates The -Manhatan 'Life .Insurance. Company. oi <- .THE irSOUTJf i RepresentineCHATER &.KING. & .
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eastern It is ,the landsare vast additional labor. ,Rice \cwYurk. ,I . MPORTANT :TO EVERYBODY. !f'> ,
extremity. navigable for high, rolling, pleasant yields .A.cu$9D09.-461"J. .Undivided surpluf t.,. 'SCUOIWtC' Femandjaa.Fteida. ,_ .
,mall vessels to Fort Ogden, about 30] vastly more productive of disease fifty to sixty bushels per'' 'acre; Cotton 7.11-1:3-21 .. .,' ... JOB AND BOOKPRINTING. |t/jt. :\ ', 1

miles. The Caloosahatcliee) river is1 than the flat, le\'ellands., This holds succeeds better on the,light sandy 'N. : ,.' .. ... .4 If you,'wikh a.genuine article. b the way, of Ogai ,'Jt . .f-IIoI'., <

npicsed to drain the waters of Okee- good in Florida as in Georgia and hammocks than on those. of the best J BETTES, : { ESTABLISHMENT.The' .' ,. Wines. Liquors,.&c..go.to t I ,,BROCK'S LINE, -. .

chobee Lake at its southwestern extremity Alabama. The rolling lands after quality. Corn yields twenty-five, to PHYSICIAN .AND SURGEON, ; .; \ .B..TOGN1. I '0. r '.4i '

bat its source is not definitely several alternations terminate finallyon thirty bushels per ,acre on the best : : ... RIVER. ., STEAMERS, t'
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incvn. Its course is nearly due west the Gulf coast; in Hernando and hammock, but does not pay to cultivate Jacksonville;Fla.Omcm proprietors ar prepared to execute orders' far.' .,. .: ,. .' q .
Hocs-From,8 ai119a.nuand 11.till s p.m. every deicripuon '. r '! '. : '. "
to- Bav, through which it dis- Hillsborough counties and below that on the poor land. Sweet' potatoes '
If wish tale recreaUon in good b .
to n
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OTFICX AJTD RBSUXKC* Corner. Ocean. and Monroe .. .. .' yon. game SUMMER. SCHEDULE.1
dues its waters into ti-.eGulf :at the line the whole class of congestive diseases grow all the year on good land, streets.- -:,,' -J-6tD. PLAIN 1. OR- ORNAMENTAL d. : PRINTING..it .-- Billiards)go to J.lI TOGNTS Saloon Bay street.' . : '. "' .1 'J "F-'W-

southern end of Sinabel Island. hi so greatly dreaded with typhoid and on pine. land, well. cowpenned, 'I .' '" L ,. '-". -.1' h- '. .,,: J. ...,. .'.,',..; ONrafter MONDAYatPRIL tith 11M seaa.

o one to two miles wide for twentyfi"Cmlles forms, pneumonia, diphtheria, meningitis but do not succeed on poor land with B.:& DARKENS, Such'as!BUSINESS CARDS, I .: .: .' (Sa ceptw Sac.as wiJ1leaYe I ocIock Shipyard...fo Wharf' .:. daily f.

and navigable from Pun. and all the pulmonary affectionsare out manure. Tobacco grows luxuriantly ,:OO,. .. ar.;-r; '! "- i v :; '1 #
ta Rosa .-. its .. VISITING. CARDS. ', :: Imported Bass''Ale on draught. Cal! for h"at JLBTDGN1aztheMetropoEtsnBUflardSa1&on. ;PALA--TXA--'A.. -.
t Oats
mouth, forty miles for unknown as originating.It produce abundantly.No STRICTLY WHOl.ESALE.GROCERS. < ) : -! ., t '}. .., .,
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Vessels drawing five 'lect of water. seems almost superfluous to speakof section of the United States is :. ., ;WEDDING .U S"' '' '_ .. "I.: and intermediatB lanrfingt and retuin same day....rtq'. .

Tampa Bay is a. magnificent body the climate of South Florida, to the better adapted the'growth. of gar. -'. > JACKSONVILLE. ,, FLA.I ;.; ,,. ,'. SILL HEADS. 0.," -5"3.: .' ..: Through steamers,fcr ... > iJ I. <

D f water,extending northwardly forty equality and salubrity of which the den vegetables than the hammocks of O-Goeds at'Savannah and Charleston prices. ; ,fu. LETTER HEADS... '. : "" !.l .

miles, having a width of five to ten many thousands who annually visit Manatee. Cabbages; cauliflowers, 4-m'. : C-.JJtCUJAXSt' I'J R.W.EARL, ., .; I NTE'RPRISE' '. .. ;.i

miles, and depth of twenty scven-, its Eastern shore for health and en- peas, beans, beets, turnips, onions, MORTON. &. .KOOKER POSTERS./ ; -t -',.:. :Jc;: : : PRACTICALPAINTER : and'Intermediate and landings,.and;win leave W.ednesdaT.above onTaesi*4 Satrtfmday
yket. day* Saturdays return
It has a common outlet with joyment bear unanimous, testimony.Still tomattoes, okra, Ambers, squashes, ,B&.IEkS : ,., :' evenings. .

JUaateerivcr, to the Gulf on both as it is one of the especial 'endowments melons, all grow,to perfection. The. SOT REAL U,Jacktonrille.ESTATE DEAl Florida..EkS..corner Ocean. and Bay ';",. ,>'..'..- : :- .tPAMPHLETS. AND1'APER. HANGER. Shippers arc reiioetfed to -nd tdod J" .tf tS .Sthvatamooow

wopf Egmont Key, on the..north. of a beneficient providenceto finest cabbages 1 ever saw;were grown! Money loaned.on Real Estate security. General Having decided to reside heft permanently win he 46tf. . !-B.JtocKAgenUt|
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tnd<1 of which is a light house. On this section, it should be greatfully i in Terra Ciera Bay. One half the Uk LaadI.and'PlaDratiOlll Fire-1MuraIce,&c. Springfield Agents and suburb dealers a specialty.fa Pine: : BLANKS OF ALL KINDs'. 'S! :d15Tccdve.ordcT.from all requiring: work done;in L ?' ,. .4 .r.S'.o--.n .
the : .
bar n solicited. {.:: i' "H
nineteen feet of water. acknowledged.. .In all its attractiveand crop;averaged over twenty ,pounds Correspondence ,3-.a.wd OKAHUMKEE. r.-'f'

Tma-Cclra Bay lies between Tampa enjoyable features, the Gulf coastis many'weighed, twenty-five and thirtypounds. COLORED PRINTING AND GILT WORK.< GRAINING. GLAZING.and'. KALSOMININC. FOR HI-R.RIS..EU5T1S*AND GRIFFIN.'
fay M.ARTHUR.Al 'iJlRNEY I 'I. .. .. .. ". dcs*fa the best 1IIaD8a' ,' :' ) ; > e -JSfSRTKG
and I" '
Manatee river. Near their pre-eminently distinguished.Vith They are much more. delj- W. .' ... J .. ; Order left at Davis&'Drew',Furniture Wkrehuue : snrvE'R W. '
Junction the outlet is into cate in flavor than the 'Northern cab t' .
Tamp.1 Bay. a temperature rarely exceeding ninety ATT.ORNEYS' will receive prompt attrntiosv. '' 'it".t-

tV four males long andwo miles degrees in summer, or falling below age'. Irish potatoes grow finely and :. : ,. .' CHEAP. NEAT_AND_PROMPT. :REFERENCES ,, .And other. _Iii'' on the d"Ocklawaha' ,River..- ... fII.'

Pith a. depth of eigHt to ten forty degrees in winter, no part of the of excellent quality. Of" crops peculiar .STT R E.E,T,. -N O,- ,33P', !:. : ,, : i"Ji, ;.t -SMIOKAHUMKEE .
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globe is more uniform or agreeable, to the clim te,'we grow-cassava, B 'HUBBARD S. L Biioo.Fla Eqv. and C.-L. RosuacurjEtq ,. .,' I
Jacksonville .
lU11'Sova I '. WASHINGTONOTY. ..'"'1 < i _. .' neS-- >" :- : r
'-jo. :
circular is a beautiful shallow while the breezes which unceasingly arrowroot, ginger, ramie, sisal.. -hemp, SAMUEL '- -. .Th. ; .' 1
bay, about two miles in diam- refresh and invigorate, give additionalzest jute, indigo, &c., &c> .. .. .. fla.t wEAfiI" -r' ." h .t'f" j
eter, south I B.: C. DREW : '. .' : > .Jacksonville, EAETH. : , A.L. RICT Master. : 1dmn'WIll
of ,. x -- '; ,,.. '
Manatee but little .J.1tJ
river, at its to its enjoyment. After a continuous As regards fruits/ atten- ,. -. .i .'. H] -
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a ornh, from.which it is separated by residence of nearly' six years,' tion has been given to the cultivation J '.ATTORNEY: AND, ...: :! .: 'Importer t 'and.Dealer in :. .., .::: -AND-. U""' : ." ', '. I" atte'dockv leave Jacksonville. 'evwy: 'THURSDAY. -.mtniaf.: '

:" % jp of land, and comma- I find but two particulars which' '1 of thpse common to the, higher latitudes COUNSELLOR.AT.LAW; \ : :, \'\' I cw:R, 1"OSTn., ,. ," 1't.
with Palma'Sova but the made .. ', hARDWARE IRON AND STEEL, i .JicTtsonville. .Fla..July '$ 17. .- 1 'ri'
"_ sound by a would make any change.in the climate experiments .give ; ... I I' RECREATION! : .c. t
.OD the Office in the new Freedman t Bank BuOding.coraei .
west. if In the first of favorable results. The POCKET'CUTLERY. 1 '
promise ",
at option. TABLE. '
my EDGE TOOlS. '
Pine and Forsyth Streets,Jacksonville Fla.B. HOUSE
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J Bayextendsalongthewest- place, I would, never Aavtjrvsf, so peach, plum, quince' and 'pear 'grow ..aJSMBWa. l' .r.L C.BaJTV ; .' 'J -. LANDS FUR. '. :F IRSr LAs FURNISHED 4
conde.or the The and free I: I" .' t7 W*#
COunty* for thirty mites that f might grow all the trefitatplants. well. peach plum are In L\CKsowrni ':'- "
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ng with Manatee the which have-'becn' Nils,.Gluei Pntrj, Glass,, .Paints,.Oils,:. ORANGE GROVES, COLONIES, .&
have from '
111IIect river and Second, I would a more worms so 'M.'IL! J. BAKER. ,P.O--R sAL.Ei ;
our Bay, through P.alma.SovaGulfb regular distribution cf rain during the fatal at the North. Figs pomegran. J 1 .. LEATHER BELTING.RUBBER PAOUNG. FARMS. MARKET-GARDENS' !

a the north, and unites the year. We have rains in excess in the ites, grapes and berries 'are' at' home ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW., STOVES.TTNWARr;CROCKERY PUMPS. >' VILLA" SITES, TOWN .The win undersigned sell his residence intending on Adams.s Street ve to his near pIiat he.

1.,our passes or inlets. It isforttili summer, and sometimes) them in The cultivation of the tropical and ; .v. .-,,.:, ; :. : _XOTS.' StJamca and Gr-uad NadilctSAN7ORD; .
O.n
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DuOding. :
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wide at 'northern end winter. Jt: is seldom, however, that semi-tropical fruits is engrossing muchof Lead andiron Pipe FOR SALE ON SANFORD'S. :GRANT. ,Ap J.C.Cunn. -,
trD .trf1J1 and narrows to its south- vegetation suffers for.Iack of moisture, the attention and.labor,of the residents I-I, '.--y JsilienvnW. .,Florida DOORS,5A5HBUNDS.MOULDIKGS.SUGAR Jsthvilfr.ifarwh 4.s$4., PUd -. ,' ,
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Vcsscls in the immediate of the AMa -' '. .aAJtD. ', ,7L.M..MOORE ACWT. .
feetlUFlty: drawing five although the showers tare sometimesat vicinity M.najcnu Hnrremj.H. : Santbrd.A -'
In& throp its UPper Prt'on.' 'enter-i long intervals. The lands are universally coast. ,Nursericsand groves of oranges, >' 'Mffls,Evaporators, &c. T GUIS EMILE MOURGEON!
.RUMMERS, : :. Gas-Fitting Rotftig Jotting and Tin.Sm&inr ia "
SoYa hSarasota pass and Pa.lma- both pine and hammock. limes and lemons, are growing up C "rrln.! dJ CARD:- ; From Paris-. Prance UttJy Foreman of dwStatcm'.e
od.teDdiDrloue. tlfttf ( tJACXSOKYILU "
settlement while hind establishment) .
bear a greater degree of drought than around every ban 'SATFOItNEYATLAW Dyeing
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j ,.FLA..March 3ut.1874. NEW AND SCCURECC ESTABLISH;-
Harbor DYEING
is and the
a large bay ex any I ever saw elsewhere. If there is anas guavas, pineapples, more RENOVATED AND 'MENT. -. I; tc

flQTtheasterly about thirty moisture sufficient in' the,soil for the decidedly tropical productions have. ALSO NOTARY UL S.i'usiic CIRCUT AND COURT.COMMISSIONER, C'ARPETS ANDRELAID.Mrde.. ![' THE.SOUTHERN,LIFE.INSURANCE COMPANYwfflia Ladies'and Gentlemen'*Wearing Apparel' .\:
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Ics Is from eight to twelve seed to germinatend spring.up, the their share of attention.As Ofie PoUi's building to look Eke_. .Also, a few days appoint a State Agent far Ice CaxtsShawls.. :' -- /
Itide, witha depth of to will without 'no agricultural' 'product in the j and other I. fcbrles most earefuliy eleaned and oVed.rORSYTH '
lOfty It twenty plant grow to nuturity.cven .,;It -. -". Florida. la the meantime will eonduej its manage- STREET between Newnan andIM>fe.ketstncts. ..
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G1ifthu communicates with the rain. United States compares with:cane, in IJPHOLSTERINGIakoneinihsbesiThani' ', ,.
gh Boca ,: I .ANNO, ', menu ." .
Grand ne open The rainy season which usually the profit resulting to the cultivator; W-; of all .., .1it
TbeshoofChanlotte investment comparable in 'its I' W...H. SHERMAN. AI CQII'tJro me.caN oIHary A. .
lit low Harbor lasts three months,.although the most go no i .ATTORNEY.AT.LAW 17ANTED. '
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and unsuited ( i is offers equal inducementto --- -. -Cor.,Laara and Church streets.,J Jacksonville Fla. 'of the Branch win : ;
or settlement.' L'Eagte. Secretary Jacksonville ,
Pine unpleasant feature in our climate permanence .. ... ,. ;'
oT shuatfesi SwBocklayersV nes.stM
the$
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Level. .-eaf.1J1octtJlaiSc: ->. srlthVurchgon ..Dir : : 10. la any pttt a
Office. ; BenedicS&
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the. site i is blc. It rains the capitalist with an'orange grovein Ja-Oraer: left p ; ... Either of.f
county brick
1tt not wholly desagree ,'. iiHfcDreTorR. Moody wQlnceiv.promM receive due, attenUoo. ". ,.4 (| ;-< -'* Press a specialty. > .
about located 51; the pine| land every day, but the rains are showert. a suitable. location, The statisticsof '1 cscksasPqzlFl.rsd4.i; DO.Local lefciMca* by permusioo.;A.A.ZacJwiaacI jue-- i J H,MILLER.,4id' an cape.bie, .,III takiac., charge re .W.A.JOHN.'ON.all: ".."
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lI1i1es frctntre of the county fifty The rises above the horizon brightand 'cost; cultivation and :production MnB1IIIDa1tS soUdUd. aura Read :-cor.seth u and id A ve.'
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w k THE NEW SOUTH. '"In the a..communication alluded- to, I Is I cuhistancw tb :Ixcd* in tho llgnt oY The Union :Report of'the Live Oak -The-Inland Passage Fernandina. -' .Correedencers- Light frost In Qulncy last week. -

-- -,--- one paragraph that specially worthy I subsequent events mast be conceded to Speech.A In a recect sketch of an excursion by LIVE OAK.FLA.: Oct. 8, 1874.: Cotton stealing I Is still the order
t c ftlMMS.UW. i Butler leading feature of the last Issue of Inland Editor New! South I had .the the day in this
J .. SUCAjminM.r.tO. of notice and of comment too, for It I be a reliable historian, says on way of the Channel to Fernan- :- pleasure have been county. Several P&rtJea' .

t ;', M7KNSIPII. }i ADAMS.CARRUTH & CO. gives prominence to a' train of thought I being relieved by,Banks; the Union is Its very correct, but at, the dlna, .wo;mentioned' the, fact that tho of attending a political meeting at the county court arrested daring and, tho bound pastil oVe2 "

": 4 R.B. KKUXKiO. __ in reference a practice that has long I Gcn.. Butler had taken 13,700 soldiers same time peculiarly'sly and'wUty report Silver Springs, a steamer drawing three this place on List Monday. The meetIng Let the bad work go on. it

; ; J,. ADAMS... EDITOR.. iK-eded t severity of rastigation. from the North for the capture of of Mr. Adams' specchjit Live Oak. and one-half't.et went through the Inland was regularly called to order, and acolore there is no day of reckonIng.they_ .thluk
--- .- any New' Orleans. He hail received no re- have -
which for .some reason ,$seem to-; Channel without trouble < man made the tirsUlJeech. The Journal.
TOCORREP0I4PENTANDOTHR$. The writer says: i nforcements 'since J ,>nd he now tamed any .or '
Credit"
anxiety. for" the '
it much ?
given lacSfof'water" Theobtrctious.tq.nsvIgatiouaby second of'th series made the JACKSON cALt:1.TJThe J'I
hindrance froni was by
Iums tt Local InureM an ulidied$ from aH pam cf ibeIH "Furheror. that while-'you'wl over to'his w'ccessor 17,800 drilled and ,
a L U. AIM, conotunicatioM subjects general ypur opponents with fair i disciplined men, including three regiments"ana'lwo ; report isgiven to devil of the office, but lightJraf'r6sscb lion Jr S. Adams, ,of Jacksonville cotton crop ha. exceeded the
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1 KRerat,especially c4ue*tioMt. Metal MM!WORTM! -'a- 'i-
i r' --j
nsnbtt T pc"ct.\tIon"
Ui's; lX tIr'
p a : IOjlk* Cummputid* &bould make their tetters as ness"and curt.sy"ot\m"16' I batteries' of 'ii grol's.lIe timpoe ,through this channel are maiDtycoa6n' We did -not hear the Introductory re- 1t s -
4 brief the Eau and circubutance wid pcrntit. it the; ; par- sent home to the Treasury the sum readers,,who'can detect the t sparkling d '' iocaliiics mark When farmers: *and, th* ,cstiinatowe tbink
We arc not responsible fur opinions cxpreued by our tat, yo\t ? )|th phalfpws.In.three : of the speaker. wa entered safely be <
i in I feedngthe pnt a cent.ffi
LV fairly treated, neither of f3.;000,exncndirig$525.1)00) rand twentyVr ?
'i. comapoodenu. kejccted manuserlpn can neither wit'the ori&inaliiy of conception,;
between the Sisters the SLJuhn the Court IIousu no was that of last
near
he returned nor preserved; i Anooymuus conlributioukill through ignorance, indifference, or. want poor of New Orleans,and turned one* T ; discussing sear, and althooghthe price
p not be noticed.' will the the luminous clearness which'characterize 1h'nieejing of the'Three that all is down below tnt cost of
of you permit a worthyor over about $200,000 to commissaryand ; one.at taxation showiug ,complaints proJactW

L' _ _ _ bunctt enterprs t be crucified !in the public quarter' plaster of his successor.He the well known'editorial 'style'of the wrecks.,,anil one at what is known asSuhniaou's I about high taxation.in Florida were lor yet we hope for a. .bct'er: price later I la
REGULAR REPUBLICAN TICKET. estimation by the Briarcantongucdliars had collected bytaxation, assess- .'organ.""Compare for i instance the nov- the season.
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Cut., &nrvjuf effect that t.b
Quite thorough a political bobby} ,taxes
: ;, ...ember of Congress, tst District of the public press." merits, fines, ,forfeitures and cbnfisca- allY of the Idea and the originality and The corn crop'Is. not .Lu'ge asIi,
ic :WM J. PURUAN. No party that has ever, existed and ions an Aggregate of $1,088,000, whichhe '" this route.was mada in 1871 by North and in other places were,three to j year but as fh old corn haS supplied, ,

1 ; had faithfully npplied to the public tho point thir: a the U. Sr Coa't Survey, and J. M. Hood, five times as high as in this Slate, especially the farmer later than, heretofore1
: I had a respectable foothold in this country 'Some of our puli 'clan Arc hittIng oo the ragjed edge tberebt
r rorMber..r ,*d District, I service', He bad oi course, made him: odcapair.but we don't |JIOW which tide I U is yet. a ,civil :Engineer of,competent skill,.accompanied so in northern cities. This we saving: the early use'of the present Pt
JOSIAH T. WALLS. i could ever so' thoroughly and properly self unpopular with the wealthy the production will ,be ampl"
I very With tho following extract from the the making the know to bo true there. to meet
survey taxes
party as we pay
t take home and appropriate itself rebels, whom he had, in proportion to tho requirements for making the
:: DtTV'AL COCNTV TICKET.KorSenatur the points of the above t their several volunteer contributions of report: at the request of Mr. Yulce. Mr. Hood The speaker then went on to show bat ('ri.!. whh probably some' to spareL next '

t. if iSik SeoaturuJ DUtrtct arigment assessedfor Gentlev thih' onhanj nunte,,dye h1aJa.omI..tala : Courier.
money in aid of the rebel cause, communicated Mr. Yulee the resultof every dollar of taxes collected wa* honestly
r: the "Great Republican tkAUfuhnrc eAteggwm oumnby Aicaceuw ,an uo&ijodnTt.ruoluhew )
t '. JOSEPH U. DURRCE. a Party" the support of the New Orleans poor to. V his observations in 'a letter which expended ; that we had free schools, \93Ati( COtlXTT.

: For Members of the Ansembly, United States. Seduced :.or Intoxicated deprived of 'employment by the war, And In each'will ,be' found the 'same will be of interest The following items from
; ; JOSE.'H E. LEE. with the recent apparent of its and he.was especially detested by that the present discussion courts, anti court houses where, justicewas nandina Obsercefi are the Per'
strength
I; ALFRED GRANT. large body of' influential foreigners leading features'of sarcasm and Irony 'and agitation in regard to the so- meted out to all, &nd that all alike Vessels
position and the power of its hold upon are more numerous in
r ; Republican State Central Committee for the the Republican party today who, having frequently devoted their similarly.expressed. Look at the eminent lotion of the! transportation question and were punished for crimes and evil doing.He than of 1ilt .. being ,chartered bBf"watpw
country
efforts and their means to the support of fairness and' bon-homonie of the which to
we are permitted to:publish..We ., spoke of State principally pitch
) .L Florida. pulicy-nnd explainedit l carry piM to D0rth4
is in with thelatest .
; gathering dismay. the rebellion, were neither regarded nor Vni; '; 'report< 'the. Reed's landing commend this I letter riD pnrt!: it "
*" WM. II GLKASUN Chairman. D. EACAN.Secretary.Dntricts. elections rented him had been to general clearly ta .all ; showed that the Railroad 104
t ''ic, IJlmlcts.I. intelligence front the by as though they "" meetingatid,tbetreal genius .with, which tention! 03 worthy notice and stein Col. J.'C. Reara mill is running foil
t Hiram Potter. ,ij.iH. S. Harmon. and stands aghast at results that take no honestly neutral in the-contci't< In his preservation sj _was nc.J'al' scheme but time
aawing the
I, .. I. W. tui1er. t.' S. T. Day farewell address the''people of New malignit1and artistic training are mingled : done for,the good of the ..Bla'end the o average 23,000 feet
r 3. W. J. Purman 15. H. Braun. thoughtful and acute thinker by surprise. per day. The other mills are
; Smith j. Ol'1ell.ns. foreibty.says: as thU: CEDAR KEYS, April 29th, 1871. if mistakes made sawIng
: 4 Damon. .6. W. HoweDf The such has been people; were as mistakes though somewhat irregularly.TempI.iJ MeWsi
.4 5. W. H. l alllebl. .,. J. Tannchitl) party, as recently "I saw that this rebellion was a war 'The whole proceedings are interesting and wiU furnish Eon., D. L. Yulee. Vice President and Acting -.
Urt,.
.,. 6. M. L. Stearns. 18. Peter J IIe1I. terribly lacking in that political courage, of the aristocrats against the 'mlddlin the reader with ammemcnt whether he supports the President Florida Railroad: will.be made, neither party as apolitical ot Santa Fe Mills, hate
Ru|>cn Charles. '9. W. H. LeCain, ticket or out. it l long way thead of ir.AmUveOakspcecbwhchwepubllah work ahead for many weeks,
the having
a .a 1 ?. Samuel Walker. 'to. G. J Alden. without which no party 'can long survive men-of the rich against the pi-or"; a ro-dar in'all its Haviog just accompanied Capt. Den party was guilty ol mis till a large order Iron ttf
.
{it,; 9. Robert Meacham, st. W.fl.GIet1 :which stimulates wat of the land owner 'against the laborer perspicuity. a nis, Assistant United States Coast Survey take. It was no- political pvlft' lie Germany.Mr. '
; 10. Dennis Eagan, J T. Macbee, ; a courage p .
.a Wm
!, ; that it was a struggle for the retention And' it'with the 'bat in careful examination Lawtey cleared onThur*:
; f I. I. W. Brock. ..J.J -- compare superior : a of the In- explained our finances,and policy j then
a ; .J ia. Win. D Sears ... E. L.Mare.FPVBUCAN party instinctively to distrust and deny, of power in the bands of the few Ian Passage between Fvrnahdina'und' day last:\ the Brilwn brig Ellen C., Capt
I' i without tho adverse the and I found verysirniiar i quotation attributed.. the of the national government and finances, Kenealy, for Queenatown or Falmoofli
I convincing proof, against many ; no conclusion he Se.oJobn' River, I find that this .
p:r' CONGRESSIONAL CXBCVTIVB COMMITTEE.SKCOND criticisms and malicious'allegations of to it, save in the suhjngslionofthe devil, as this: :, line of commnication: be opened so showing plainly that the government England, for orders, whh-'a argo con.;
a DISTRICT. few and the disinthralment of the eetae hRn jfihttntse hwonl Ootdmtnw stdoXg.mnaostUurprogcuAwMhagFuNgehyaJdhrr admiufstered sisting of 709 barrel of spirits of tufJ;
: ; of as to afford from four ,to four and one- was honestly taxes reduced
a j1 As a matter convenience those wishing to correspond Its opponents, and to manifest! that .loy llerOtio
ysr.
; ; it t manv. I, therefore felt no, hesitation half feet of, lowest penllne,1W6 barrel of rosin, and 161
with any of the Republican Executive ,on dewsnm. water at stage of tides expenses of the same e economized
I.m1 to true friends and
1't alty sacks of leetL
rtaborer in taking the of tho cuttoa Value of ,
Committee of this District, the list ( substance wealthy by an expenditure excelling$10.000 cuga'
append And
I : "I i we ( tat again, the modesty and tendency to and the tariff reduced on the necessariesof
; committee,with addresses: which in the words of the. correspondent who baa.canned the war, to /ced the innocent and, I think; possibly for $8,000., Fora $UOOO.S1"

;.t Hon. I. R.Sco-ri.Cbairman.Jacksonvifle.pt-fc quoted, .'wi see to it that the public poor who had, suffered by the undervalue its own capacity ,and influence distance of 2,100 feet in Saw-pit creek, life and increased on luxuries, wires, ., JOhNS corar.

',. 1" PHIUP Hun. A. A. KKICHT, 1'uwrr.Jacksonville.Jacksonville. men of the party,are fairly and war and,Lshall: nowleave: yon with the in the community which crops out through a 'place known 'as Gunnison'sCufor &cTblt no countrycould show Such an :Twenty miles is the: distance (ronj'

1 I':, Hon. E.WALT.. 'on.Ser t.ke that neither through freto. r- proud consciousness that I carry with Inthis, Union item: The (\nal"tho water now ranges example or even approximating tu ours which the nc.w light at .St. Anguatiatf

: ".1'J Hon. H. S. Harmon G-unenville, ( indit ne tho blessings ot the humble and the Our"touching upi! the city authorities regarding the fro u one to two feeti'i depth at ordinary ctnbe seen.. It i is visible nearer.
injustice, honesty; forbearance .
D '. Ho- E. K. Cbadwlck.'Palatka.. plcc. or want of enterprise, will they loyal under the root of thecottage and I Condition' those,iJ wak ," we are glad to notice oww* \ter-will about eighteen humanity -
HO.Br Gitn. Ol. in the cabin ofthe slave and I has had thoe desired effect.Several Improvements have average and'forgi enesl. Mr. Adams then Work repairing the oU posi-offlce ai
11 Ho. .ltan. permit a worthy or honest man to be ; so am already. been made. : ncbes. This should bo deepened three St.
., .' D M. Pap)'.St. Aucusiine.aml uiie content to incur the of the turned the old Augustine,will be commenced neit, .
'. 1 4' > .'cmndin. crucified iu tbe public estimation by the [ sneers" And also is easily detected in. the .fol feet for a width of about seventy-five to Democratic party and }ve t-,
:. ,, "J. John P. Mcllenvillc. salon or the curses of the rich. feeL for the 'entire length, feet showed iu its i
Bri4re n-tongued liars of the public the (2,100 ). up, a masterly way rottenness -
from
Pursuant
4 ._ lowing devil's report, although to annonncemenr, a rl'pl1bI,
: Of such A record, by so competentand making to be excavated 17,500 cubic
j : II' J1 Appointments.. press." pi t':in better shape and less offensive : yards of material' 'recent .deposit and ,,duplicity and desire, fur power'' caD meeting was,held ajt Long's II:ill,on

-. .'a ;;k1 Hon.J.T. Wall*. Republican lone: fo Corfren The effects of this political cowardice- trustworthy a historian no cause In bh sctPg me coVa'osne kicEti wfrwhp.ohnpgpkahuquaouaaepe vhicb.can be readily removed When and place.. A few years since, with Saturday.1 last, the 10th 'iri. f., fuc the object
.
: : lu the Second Congressional Di.tc.assisted by other have been manifestly very serious, and for shame is apparent. 'That a former crUi UnttdOh. first constructed I am informed this canal Seymour, it was one thing; ,later with of nominating 'a candidate: for tba

."': I distinguished speakers,will address the peopU at. the arc manifested In the treatment given Democrat should! be_mainly instrumental ,We might. easily, multiply our,extracts was dug ,to the depth now, proposedand Greeley! it wa. quite another party; Assembly, and three constables. The

a :, : 'j following Ime and places: in that splitting of the Democratic force but the id nlitfof the*authorship fs. un- had the precaution been observedto what it would be could meeting was called to order IyJohn B,
next tell.
tbe under the effect of DO one in the, duke ,.
tickney and lIolJZPapy.
Madison. Oct. loth 1 PalalLa by mainly
"
a 11 O 171)1 party that caused its 'defeat and then should deniable. The. whole' crowd i hot stop the original coareu when the
Green Cove, tyh 1 I JacksocvilL, .4th of the .onlysee up it[ was Pendleton one year, it was Ilen- .bKCtvtary. The1 UMial 'prtlimia-
St, AugustiDC, ,_" .ith I a press outcry to measures highest >refer his to and denounce through the. attempted deception was''openedI think the currihl aries
.country party with and
dricks thenext, it in the were gone through tip.
,f I .-- -- ---- -- ----,--- -------- -- ----_-_- importance) such as the repeal of the. through the'latter, notwithstanding its ; was pig morning ,
J' ;'I he tendency of that party to slaveryand but unanimously, concede the. additional' the the 'tides and at then it following nomination* made; For As-
: .: ; I Political Courage in American Politics. "Salary bill," the contracts," being near meeting puppy night; was Mr. Francis
', "Sanbr secession, and after should give attractions given to the Union by its would have been so increased as to have 'ia the and ; sembly. E. Witselr bf St.
morning pig at night.
: much the "Credit Mobilier the abolition of puppy For
needed
: :.1::1 Perhaps nothing s in Augustine;; ; Constable. Domingo.
such efficient aid in prevented subsequent tilling
vigorous and stifling now enterprise in reportingBut all any up.
It made the constitution
it in
: : .! a American and particularly in the "franking prh'iege. &c.: To some The only otherpbstruction to this depth as was one l'apyof St. Augn.tineAlfrwl Orange,
pltcl he. Democratic. rebellion, .would naturally are'satisfled that if Tom" really executed of Hogarth's and
day tore it up the next and the Landing Philip Green
I ;,;" the conduct political press, of these we shall allude in tho future, ([four, feet) exists in, the .Sktent cr.'ek next, ;
1 a f awaken in the minds and :he be continuedon of Pic"lata.-St. Augustine Prcss.hospital"
enough the report, ought to near the Sr.Johns. Atone mouth with tears rolling down its theeks *
I ; point (
larger admixture of spirit of manly but now we desire to call attention to **
A !
i is the Ye
f hearts of secessionists the liveliest animosity the'editorial staff, :and will be"the of Throe Creeks) 'we Ibuuil uniform was patching it and cry of ADcicntCity -
swtaihag
;
II :' and outi oken truth-telling and fair the treatment% which: prominent public' up they papers..PUTNAM.
: and deadly hatred, w1)icb. when best 'horse. in' the ie'in." Certainly depth of eighteen inches at l low water the
were only Iriends had. -
1':t in of the have they" ever .
Republican
dealing discussing political measures men party re \ fur 300 feet and the same fur 600 feet COCNTY.
noperative other wise, would bear a rich Tom should be invited to higher.
i V -', anti public men. In this respect, a c h'et at the hands of those who should go.op between the, Sister islands, making, to- But now, Mr. Adams said, they were Thus int ledu\tt.r! does Pnittgosli l'
.
: harvest of libel and detraction. But it rethvr 900 feet to be willing to antI kiss them and the forth in the Palatka Herald
: ; marked deterioration iu the conduct of have been the first to defend them, and more deepenedhrte hug : ,
forms good ground for the everlasting .'Mawbey's Speech. feet for width of Th. free school of this Ln-e has
,1; the ,of late is diacernublc can think of no better than that a sevuntv-n've writer: supposes .l let them 'drink out of p1 open--
: press years example
i And feet, requiring cubic yards i-d and bids lair to do well. Prof. \\cod
1 gratitude, of Republicans. whatIn Some of the strong points in the elegant 7,500 exra- their whisky bottle ilr. Adams' closing -
and have of General B. F. Butler to whose
our potiicl ptper become so cSt the record of Gen. vation. The material, to"be removed at is at his port, aud hU ns-sistanf, )1111$'
-a. habitually common carriers of malicious we alluded in our last.-. Born 1 'in ibehumbler recent personal ppeech{ t-f Senator Mawbey at mouth of Tl1ft e'Creeks will be soft mud was fine and to the point, anti told Dlanchanl, will no Iloubt, iarry'tbtj

I ;'f ,' ,I and srandiloui allegations, and circle, of, small means, with Butler can be found to warrant the universal Heed's Landing are attracting general ; and that from between the Sister island! upon the entire assembly. 'Some-were young ideas np M 'a higher plain of in

l ,: the most reckless and often base- little opportunity for education, Ben howl ot savage detraction on aUenti n',and are calling to mind certain will be oyster shell. From'this joli well pleased, others were 'rojuljT to fight' tellectual'thought and culture. It has. .
'. : utterly the part of the ,Democracy and thn illustrate the truth of will see that it is only I necessary to make been airacgetf to fUll the school tea. :
4a.; 't: lefts Hcctmtions, men who are' unfor, Butler was firetjtnpwn t the,country at treacherous and consentient tliafstrongiy' : a total excavation of 25,000 fubiuyards and,do desperate things as.soou,as they m.'rtts-. a ,

',,: .r :;, tuna enough to be politically prominent large as a prominent! and very able lawyer cowardly the position taken by the'Colonel."- at nil'points to give lour feet fat'I low Water could, pet;well. charged. with Democratic It is plum 0 that: his- "youngideu ,wer ." I
-
"
a ".;1 1'' out, MA almost. to' per. uido one of f the in Massachusetts..and the leading echoings from the leading ,Republican That "the, Colonel" should take naturally from Frrnandina to the St. Johns, whisky, which thy soon diLL Then brought Vo t that high "[?/ "." .: t,

: .; soundness of Berkeley's denunciations Democrat in. that State, adhering t press ? to the working man's party" is which at forty cent*:would only amount ensued one of the disgraceful outrages Florida is ons ot the bet countries! IB ',

;:1 of Bsbop'$ agenciesx spreading the doctrines'and'policy/; t v''or that party "Beast Butler" as even tho Republican accounted'for by his habitual devotion to: $10,000. In order' to grt six feet at which for the name ,of Live Oak,..we the world,and holds out more sub:tao;
al low it
: water wilt to dredge
: 1 press disgraces itself in calling him, manual labor and his industry necessary iiI inducements to the immizr.tntthz&n !
to -
untiring trust
.
.
'Information. with a tenacity"that .became proverbial about 50.000 cubic yard at the above may.never happen again.As d. c.s other"tctinn of the Union '

.;:t This lack of moral courage to tell the throughout the country. His 'support has been, beyond question, the worst and close. business habits, and recals points and, say,'500 or 600 at Amelia soon as dark came and the whisky Allth&l-i any is n quired'is to gel tbu title of '

f truth and of pluck stand up in defense and :advf> ; that' partywero' unflinching abused man in modern public life. He the reason given for calling a street in Dividing: The topography hydro began,to have tho desired effect, these immigration .M drift this \vay-r-to thifc
,
\ Jc' has been accused of everything con New York the of Maiden graphy, ra now being accurately taken : end honld all work.
; !f't of whatever i true and right, although JthJhc full knowledge tbyi name ythe! officers the United States Coast ruffians were pr'me 'f r a fight, firing we '

a 't, it may b at the time unpopular, so of the'world,. the'Democracy deliberately ceivable., Bold, out-spoken and aggressive Lane." ; Survey. and with, the information they old -pistols and swearing around like Palatka i i14,putting on the appearsncu

i ..j miserably characteristic ot the major laid I. ,traditions,, iL'doctrines, its he sticks to his' friends, and never )The strong revival: .of I political1 t aspira have'promised' ['supply aLa ;early daya mal demons; but kept well in the dark' of bll.-lU.o and is really gfttiug lively., .
Cotton
has made his
willingly yields, to, his enemies, and); ions'wb thcr'had been so'thoroughly' taller can be made. Mr. Adams'h,13'seen Hill King appeirancaon'the
r : portion ot the political press, may be reverence fur Jefferson, Madison, Ma- report Bunker Monu wharf already. Visitors art Pelt
: j his very boldness and manliness has eradicated, sinco the death.of, me fa ''Very respectfully, your ob'dt servant t, ent'and'i i is not"afraid '''p'istostnli(
t a styled political cowardice, and is sot ton and recollections _of the I j et on the soil, but sonic land hunters
lenrf.
";i widely and noticeably prevalent as to past and }hopes of tie future upon the pecialiy: exposed himself to all sorts of ther" and' ume. atnt.itiou"ah lJ,been _J. M.IIOoDSupt.&C.Ea things,", and we .suggest that some one anti winter' settlers: are returning early"
a attacks. Accused tried by courtmartial 1'1I in I Ihtf seasorr.. We wimjd advise land '
1 1d have attracted a general attention that altar of American; When this smothered, gives rise to general congrat- will wake up the wrong person ,at no Imntir'tti '
slaver. The Orange Crop. take look the western'
frequ frequently.invc&ligatcdjwilh i all the alalion and it is, that ; hoped distant day, unless tbey coutinue to
; will work disgust then 'BenButler"
;:i surely perhaps through position was publcly part of Putnam fuuntj ,fur orange cul.,
malignant hate of personal spite he A letter from a friend in Brevard county -
4' itself I a permanent cure, but only withdrew from the Baltimore when fully inspirited and thereby : slink off in the dark It was best so; lure.
stands to-day unconvicted of 'wrong- strengthened have the nerve* to 'attend gives a very favorable account of the them the time of their -
a i: alter thorough discussion. Convention on account "of Its favoring we. saw plainly at Much attention is being piiid on the

correspondent that new and creditable advocacy of African slavery which was doing. The universal press has busily professionally to the legal calls of condition and prospects/of the orange rantings, and if it was not written in St. Johns river to the 'orange and !ii U

d predicted his* downfall, and yet, when the whose he deserted groves_in that region. Most of the bearing thought that one half or the orangagrovts
: of Republicanism, the forbidden by the,!laws of his, country' colored woman, case their dirty faces "sconndrel""as plainlyas
adrOt ia his own district, a' few days since, he rather than his "stand groves are in a good 'state of cultivation large and ..small, .of this State,
l. ": : lpuli of New York in commending Severing at once the ties of par. Gen. jeopardize Jehovah wrote on,, the face of Cain are located 'on this irer. Sbme'eslK
; received ::10' 'nominating on\"ention'IOQ ing society;" that he.will be a' work- presenting a very thrifty aspect.Tbeerop .- "vagabond we are nojudgtf'of j '\Ct'8. mate thnt there million
J a cur of that excellent : Butler threw in his !lot with the defend ; arc a quarter of a -

$ ', a! te'If, you papr. says Republic ers of Lis country did excellent service votes to an aggregate of 16 adverse ing man in earnest, before he elected, of fruit is good though not In justice we will say that the better trees set out, and many 'pe'opJe are
:
4 tflfor daSu8s the merits and performances throughout the war, and moment leading Republlcanjiapcrs,' in his own is plain. as heavy.as on some former seasons, but portion "of the Democrats were not inany".waYtnglgeL1Ju going i ito the busies It is safe to

: ,:" ,7 of public 'men, of whateverpolitical has bueu'a fctajmch every reliable State have not the political or personal All concur in the opposition to- the use 1 Is' fair. Some of the growers have sold this dastardly; con I say that by another seven years, there,
since vigil
.. : ;. i a creed, without assailing theirpersonal ant courage to. ,refrain from repeating the of money for election purposcs,"mani- tb ir' r&ntes''on the, jfrecs at $20 per duct. Such men aud such, conduct area trees willie, on evcn this river hundred, and thousand these at an orange aver.

a r -, \ motives before character or'have aspersing them their Republican.We have had tho,curiosity to run over stale, absurd and disgusting railings of fested with such holy'horror by the thousand* while others still! hold on to disgrace'any place and to any party 'tge of two.thousand fruit each: and!low

you proven those who never "an forget the measure and' him that' see how prices may range later i in the price of fifty cents hundred f.uit
'.:.:: improper ur unworthy you will at once the leaves of the "Great American! Con I : Colonel. agree-with campaign and..we_repeat we hope for the sake : per
1 a ,. a large and of justice" he' meted 'out to them. It services should oe at less than season. of it would givens an income of five million
a ." sr constituency reap flhtt," by'Horace Grceley, the last candidate got Live Oak will be the last. When dollars, not an inconsiderable item. '
:
'4 great reward ot high public respect. I does him no political harm. ,The great 915 week a few mat-con free '
F For I believe few oi the Democracy for the Presi- per except The Republic., speech free ,thought, free press, Palatka Herald.BARGAINS..
; verily people engaged heart of the American .people warm .
< >
tents who insist that the Colonel tJM free done 1
xnd attention to them Ii 'We'commen'ctCo''the religion ate ; our country isalso
4 in the conduct of dency, dsire a notice of our
newlpapr'prprly and justice-loving! and so sure as thpresent. not come down with the r ready after done ANTKEh
f' appreciate the the fair, and impartial record of one readers tao advertisement\ & vof ihe. new and the words of holy writ .
: : t' ; ;, assertion and criticism tide of abuse continues, the the hard work oClast wcek. x
newspaper arc whose verity and integrity none can New York are on our State mene, mene..' agedor
home middle
Republican daily i in The A comfortabU will be given to a
( .j held t'Mlay; and in the field of my individual doubt.- In this true record popular vote will record its compensating :The disavowal i of any desire for office JThe closing speech of the day was by I elderly lady,of undoubted ,respectability in a quut
',' 1- a In the the ability, the tact, the: shrewdness by the County Superintendent seeks in New Gen. Walls. lie gave an account of : ction, In primary branches of two cbiUren.Ad .
f people ar hoping t'ee city Y.Qrk.at first blush, had a look _
or .consenting approval of the 24 J-icw York a newspaper strong enough and unequalled executive ability that to be elected Senator Is ediryintomany of reckless temerity, ia .view ot the what he did in Congress and made a -

,4 t Accord to the public men of eitherparty Gen. Butler habitually (displayed, aswelt Republican press to the "crucifiction In good men ; who iilsdoneur1' .in warning strength tome of tho former gentlemanly, candid speech that was ., -.. .

," or in any station treatment upon the public estimation" of Its staunChest the demand for low tae the County '
: by well
as his to the received.by his friends. With the
their merit?, and which will diwuss apolitical uif31terlni"(1t\i'don < and truest {friends unless it 'be stopped giants ot the press published there. But fat the next thirty day.Toffer for MY'ClIha:1\$ :
I, p opponent and yet treat him Union and tho Constitution, ,make it Superintendent, 'recommended the the freshness, the compactness frank exception.of( the conduct spoken.of, the stock of PIANOS and OKGANaatcasa prices. 1'lut .
a will end in tbo.destruction ,of r tAe la order meet B0*?
a party step am compelled to to mj *
than
,
courteously a* you treat Mr. Tilden In evident why he was loaded with the extcrutionc levy of;only ,84,000, :.more taxes, boldness i the courtesy to opponents and meeting was a; success., The speeches and which I am unable to nteet oit account ol eM -

r- t ; a the article rvferird to..' I and Iesmearet with the slanders which has not the common manliness to. ever was levied. ,before, 'eindtlie. evident theToyalty to political-friends'by whichthenLwdai1yis were well received by'all!, and, will en; I nre,o-n of Capt. Denny 'J. H..OCHUS.W ,
: stand .its friends the
for
T be thoughtful reader of the current. of secessionist"; whose best con venomous up attacks of its enemies.;against Political sincerity'sand truthfulness.of: the -'io, characteri/ed; with the courage the Repnblica.'D/; hile the black -

: political. literature of' the press] will I trlvcd BcheraeTbe ciptQdo but one'll cowardice i 11f' a sure and swift Inducement ring and low 'taxes( men 'l winning I freshantlclealr, appearance of ,its typography guard conduct of' some 'will recoil upon r W4NrE.I. 1'-. -

4 ; readily give assent to propositions that' cuiiou to know or not it is of political death. convition .fijery.where, rie': reporter havp vindicated The:discretion I their own heads, m'ak-' their own'party I ,

are 1 true that they seem t be the con from this war-record tt his political should have given,that brilliant, passage of: :'its j>roprietbrsli The strength .and feel ashamed of them l d'stir'ours up : A lady graduate,experienced ia_teaching.and Florid sUltd ,"
: elusion of Individual And the Lion and the Lamb Shall Lie lip drawing and painting,dcrire a situation.in; ;
: our own thought. friends now draw their reasons fur the from' the Colonel's Mandarin speech, fairness' the paper'make, no gift of I to their duty. '"Suw..iNN. E ,
The Republic, In an editorial article,' unmeasured abuse which they now'for Down Together. which Is in the mouths of.all his admiring I .'l' 'LI I.I.Address.. A.EWING :

The Mawbey County Ticket is a ,sly prophecy necessary. to, predict; the ..suc r < J a 9-ia tf;, V latJe,CoKunSia) ,County,NewY'4
this iumanication hearers there.jl :
Inspr by re- ten yean, have heaped upon jno. who combination to out the of up cess of The Republic.i I State News.. I -
carry purpose -aw-have thus-AW-recited, :the .
mr was true as steel to the eause -f bU i ; r rSEPCJT) LUMBELAIt. ).. "

'., :"Public men were, never subjected to country in those dark hours when- friends the proprietors of,the, Union to breakup peril 1 I have-raw-undergone-theaw The Live Oak Speech. CIVIL,A>P9L nn:' s.-The Following i. ."I

a more tr chil or uncharitable examination abundantas the organization orthellepublicairpartyand -monies :I expended' In vindicating civil appointments'bave been made dur CONT1L\CTORSXND:: BUILDERS.

: of IOdf motive* than those ot the were needed and were not a ,secure fbe defeat. of Walls. So and-aw-wiIJ Wo hare'endeavored i in all good faith, in" tbe.past week ", .. r'
selection Mr.
a prcteut day. ThtlrpurpIIsus were never: now. I this. Republican abuse on much is evjduit to all,,(lor if' not .so intended Lnn-cas-t-aw-.whio.your for to: ,avoid giving.: pr n1ine co' ,to any : Baker county-G. S. Taylor, to be -a .,:,;', WJU rvn A-
with greater embarrassment.. A Account ot Butler's bold arrest justice of thee ,
.
baa peace.FranklinJohn
ret't by lis contrivers', its inevitable and special mention{qf.the :disgraceful proceedings FULL ASSORTMENT OF
,
numiivr of writers rightand ilawbdy
larjje are the whole Maryland Legislature they justice-aw- EGn\dy. to be county

trained t look for no higher blnJ ventured to ordinance secession effect to diminish tb \VztUS vote, so far give re* a glass of water P-And how, that,;,a'ltended, tho Republican I. commissioner vice H. Brush term 'DRESSED. AND UNDRESSEDLUMB1 -
aIOllttbe ,
action a I public> mail than cupidity or as it has effect ht all, proves them eitherto as we used to say in England; I-aw- meeting tLi.ve: Oak. A ,wide!,cuculaiqn expired. a MOULDINGS AND SAWED I

L t other l baetiess. Th expression of I and.that' at'ii time when sucha be shrewd strategists '!'accomplish bid you adieu. Remember the Ides { .of, an.accurate ac"coupt of occuranccs_ Uillsborough W. F. 'WhTt ,.to be,superintendent 'rlNESlnNGtES,, ,
large and intelligent constituency ,however threat seemed the acme of temerity? or November L1on Natiel 61 common schools' "
and Mr.
as re-ap :
in the there would gravely) prejudice the good FOR CASH AT >>
,
often repeated an. object pnbliclyadvocated: . organ : '" '. .CHEAP '
weighs nothing of Durkeo the bone- pointed. ,
%Vas it on account ; proclamation; says we wilitote to '
In the mind* ot or so exceeding stupid as not to name_ of the State.: .:But> the editors of : Y.-\RD '
professional IblrR'' of Baltimore yard. Three cheers for the.Union ring XEONCOCNTTi THE" DEPOT LUMBER :..j.jLumbW
that
against the ot on ,taking possession the:Live Qak Times and the -
suspicion an perceive the straight'tendency1 of their Republican returned and
unwony Comptroller Cowgill r tolhis d li.md In all parts of the dty enJV'\
; mot ,seen through their,.wn' "traitoroiit acts mutt ceatel Wis..iton action. And the interesting featurein Mcinnls Taxes.A rgan" here,'having:had.the courtesyto cit "on Wednesday last :from a visit'to. and at alt landings'Oft the riYl'l',,at low nes. A"r-
T14n.i In fact,though a man tnay of the unprecedented successof den. receive prompt attention. '' ,
,
account his friends BRUSH.B '
the performance I is to exGovernorReed give no credence whatever too. r arco"ntof'th at the North. : i "> LOUIS.
have (h. respect of his neighbors andreprcMnt sea 'ot .! ,
Gen. Butler's administration of affairs good deal sympathy, being 'Ex. enalor .Osborn was in the city rlduwill.J/.ni.. ;
: the most lutilli and vir who owes the strongest..fealty to pnatacterxof the. speech '
lnt
I In New most manifested account of the$93 of taxes yesterday, ;'
Orleans
Incomparablytthe on
; moos of roiistituencle the moment he the party which has honored,him, striking made,.and,by accusations. 'Inflamma:! < AT'-B .
4 incurs the displeasure of a certain class difficult and trying. position tci. which hands with those who followed him which u.1th:; Molnnis ,stated .I in his tOr1"s eaingapogiz1ng! / for ;any"disrcputaote FIRE-A fire occurred, on Tuesday

:- nf they ini.'cved to sit In' officer of the speech was exacted of him' the last at the residence of Mr. Springer, .
judg was I and
,
PIJr. any army assigned I in three impeachments; ,Uke so :many i t conduct, $that occurred : we which & situ&ted in the rear of the store A. G. CHAPPELL, ,'
motive and divert
him of 1 during thl1 war ?' Of thIs administration, friendly suggestion is 'correct that that "I"Is.
every attribute and privilege accorded: I' hounds, Juan organized effort' to con are in a measure constrained. fo give,the lately occupied by Mr. .Svi !er. It was.: : Crossing.EYWJ .
{ Mr hid BAY STREET. the CaN
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amount is $18 In excess of.the. Vpperto.dayfroui flue .
which
i innocent and honest To suchan money of tho meeting} found caused by defective com- :
men. travene the 'wlsb s and defeat the account Jn our .
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extent has this treatment ,of I "The work was effectively done; and received by him of Dorkee' for campaign munioated with'the roof, and came hear : JACKS0.NVItLEYt.( .
public New Orleans confessed that chosen candidate of the Republican party. a, worthy !cjtie, ,ofSnwannee !
ultimately in extensive conflagration. '
I men two' carried that public sentiment purposes, and that the dispariyIsaltogether resulting an :4-- ; i
show she bad not before in a generation been Reed Mawbey Mclnnli, Holland, county, whose name this Tho prompt and energetic action 'of : j

$ begin SOur V oormtpondent signs of refers revolt. the contempt nearly to clean so quiet so orderly, BO Moody, Seymour. "Garvln, Montth, Me. ..too. ,grea, ., ; request, Ii 'withheld for' his persona] some citizens near prevented such a result .description: of Bos*,ImOt i in the *att-na satbMt*?>o .' ,. I

L t tree from robbery, violence, outrage : by extingui!hinje It ht'tre it gained U'al and skillful manoer.t will. juarante, '
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aafety '
which bu and
In who else?
M)>, Murray Hodges against I'
new'I&lerrrt.elm. and murder as she was under the rule Rather Hard'on' CoL Mawbey.. much headway.-Tallahassee ,Sentinel.GAI ( % :
.and plulul U of "Beast Butler In the year of grace the Republican party of Duval.M What acombination :' ----j "SAli.DO.\T-AN, > .Y A tl* ..*1
.tuU8on "SopposeTie should be how Gen. J. J. >SDES COUXTY. I
DIaM .*<- >- elected : Flhley, the Conservative '
tu. 1802. a of l Ingratcs and sore-heads! .
.1c men are producing th.rtult 4 J will be got his money bai-k ?" is a question candidate for Congress, will address the a Three-fourths of the Jast 'page of the U 1tr'j nt&vaflaatts I Ir' ,.
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sufficiently w
p ,uw. accept h"ie aa Of the whole ,record as made by Gen, How will all these things affect the that agitates those who. ..Jook::.wi,i-e.Union. .' people} St, Augqstine. Se.. Johns.county Qu ClJ.lJfIdrna!.is !Ukcn up with.county, are t tbeir.1D cyjiu as a workina
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: 4-r- :THE NEW S- JTH' %- 4 ..;_. ___ _:_ _._ :_'_._-_ .
SEMI-WEEKLY. JACKSONVlLLElWENbESBSYl'OCTOBEFCITY
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-- c. *ge.M mar dry and to mild Wa to learn that -- I ; ti
NEWS.WWtsDAY singularly tropic I: regret Engineer CIGARS . TTURhilUkXF
climate, which exists here the whole Imported daanitic and of their W h 'I -"'""1 '- -.- -
Kate
The rapid growth of our city is 'receiving Cr H1'! ..little daughter received avery maau&cna* --
accessions from all year mood, being ,neither too hot nor I cam always W lad,a better ankfe and at a lower price I ,-' .; ,..9" I ,' .;,,' -
directions. I
21. 1874. severe on Sunday
OCTOBE injury morningby
MotMXC. too cold, too dry nor too wet but bealthr.l than any other plan lath* city at claw* Cap. Lm ; URNITURE, :w.moo I

New industries are continually developing and Invigorating in the highest I falling and striking'her, head upon 1-- ._ : 6-t3'l '- c. rtCASH . -, -
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: Cb&ne of Schedule. and branches of the mechanic aria degree; thasdiitiaguiihlng oar city far the edge of the walk, at the gate. The RETAIL PRICE CURRENT. >

exceptional ft1Db it We find that BUILDERS AKD CONTRACTORS ". h-: .. -. ,. ;J W'D.AV'IS
child
followed to ibis szznnedsnd received
ateamen Dictator and not hitherto section, are : was an ugly wm bad a camptet sunrmint *f lumber, III..s i Fresh Coshea Buutr. *v '
Tbofnt; have resumed their regular : becoming naturalized in oUr midst. The Pensacola *.nd its idbnrbs Is the only cut oetweec her eyes. '. and dre ed.mouH! ..'ctc,at Depot per "h.33CLJJTT '_ & DJ I $

town or city in Florida that has been or Lumber Yard. Orders to delivered at hading 0-- .5 I. .t.' .,.: ... '. ,A.J.b -

Winter eo.edttle, as, will be seen by their I advertisement of Mr. Lea,announces the U.likely to bescourged, by the yellow "Charlie". says .he .appreciates* ;a, *River raceir.cxpcdat atttedoa.. ,: onth Tuto Market '- -' .I Y-. _i JC .ti; .
adrertisement. Thl line ii well I advent of.a carriage maker.. Be cornea fever virus. ,As regards an eminent .good home and kind friends enough to Address Loon:J.Bmosx. : '.--- .
It1ll' o o _. _ Rio Codee : 'f"'1i
of 'a.t:
pen.- :
where he war races, weconfiulcntlyjs.sertilj, t .
the efamere stauiwh and well from Baltimore, stood well be willing to work for nothing while heIs & ..m-
ed CHAMBER
PARLOR SUITS.
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such disaster is
: no
\snag 'ff" iJl\hlclLnd his work remotely probable, ICECREAM. Raisins, tKMaeaiwbperlb _. .
anQ quick time. made. It end III a m will bear for the African and a boy. Ho aays that hedon'iknow 11ft .
officered Caucasian races live That acknowledge be .
superior to any ever to be L- h.. : '
line to the public. loth inspection and use. on the must friendly that' all whether some other people that he can had ia this -: :
eomme lie ,. terms, and city previously is to be obtained at the ,., ; 0 ,.. ., .f
hostile *, have been fabricated and think cf had inch motive Tpcruce Room ." U'.nrl.
I reports ever any to Itadiac at gFa.pvjtg., kJ1f. Ytrmicdla.per tK .

Whole Hog Lancaster. Peraonal.Mr. circulated often for partisan purposes by excite them to work when they were IIAXRIXD. '. Pia Apples fsn MOSQUITO BARS FIXTURES.
per ----- "s.
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parties who deserve the "
severest condemnation :. 2. .M

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Alexander Lee'a comical reason fortotine : Geo. A. Brown, of Boston, Is of all 'ooh..itleDS America. boys. He rather thinks they:had'nt.. Saturday, October 1410, 1174. by Ac Rrr. rather Whortleberries,per "'. It" Eo. '1k\ .: '

for Lancaster : because merely a i staying at the Grand ..'njU. 'Mr. 'We at the lame time'congratulate this '-"Some Pumpkin." Jn the store.of Dust McQnaid the Kate residence' L.Fndaad of the bride's mother,Patrick PluFndss.prv--. .-
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only daughter of the ItS
'I whole bog" ft figured, rather that! a.mafler Brown Is agent for Messrs. Cook, Son society on the magnlflcen; future of A. N. Pace can. be. seen one of the. 'bftt Capt. Leonard Freeland. : DAVIS &. DREW.:: ;
Florida The value of QIIIJS --
proportion, will be apt to gIrdncster & Jenkins of New York the great excursion real estate pro- largest pumpkins ever brought tq this! -. Parlor ..
greases, and many families from Louisiana MARINE INTELUGENCE. Penjs'-- ., Suits. carter*f Sniar't
rather an ugly nnk.uaweit and tour originators. Mr. Cuba and other parts'ol the world! city. It weighs. 120] pounds and -, Parlor :-Oeabt,- d
BAY AND LAURA STRUTS SatasPkrlo
: .. Salt* ;
to be feared. Whole Hog X ncas- Brown .!s endeavoring to make arrangements are now rapidly becoming purchasers measures six feet (in circumference. It ARRIVALS AND CLEARANCES'A? THK' roar or Red Coerncs,per --Deah ,

ter"i1 is more descriptive than elegant. with the hotels here for the'reception and citizens of this land extraordinary'. was grown by- Mr. Walls on .BUck JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.AXRtTAta. Thauosperr.albTomatocspere... "S Salts. F"A.
fruits and flowers.
IT ofcuests who may come here on Creek. It should be sent to the Georgia "- is : \
L. H. EVERITT. Oct. i*.sen.James W. Brown sane Bostoa. -s.- '" :-.4
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TogniXbe the grand southern excursion, which ; M.D.B.F.C.S.: State Fair on the 30th. Oct. 14,ach A. B. Perry, Loot New York. jib Tomatoes per**- "- '-w-zW C

Metropolitan Hotel Billiard Me 8rs. Cook, Son & Jenkins are now P. E. JOHNSON, M. D. ,-Base Ballists now keep in practiceby ,Get.Oct.14.14,sen.sen.S.Rose P. HaU Eppi, ccr.farc Batles,New,New York.York. efof mK.per y m ,. EXAMINE OUR UVRCESTOCK.;

perfecting.Mr. .., Oct.is.sir.City Point rittgrald,C*"W l
Rooms arc befog re-painted by Messrs. monopolizing all the' sidewalk on Oct. ij. str. Link Baker, LaRose Savamah. tb'S. *' R& 14bit

& Lark and will soon be filled P. A. Walsh of,New York Is a In Short. Bay street. Some one of our city fathers Ocr 15.sen.Presscott Haieltine.McDonald.. f.
0a.17KIa..A.aie ;
Jones L McJUan McKcea,New York. Jelly,ft glasa Jar -v L;; -t} >
with eager admirers of the, cue. It 1? guest of the National. He is in the -Am bler'sls soon to be a National may get his eye knocked out'jet, and Oct. ,,.. Ceo 0. Loud dart. hew York. .*. ..... J ,
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Jessie Smith.Tyler,Charicstoa. 1Oiitsn.- '
genetally conceded that .Tohu B. Tognlbis city prospecting. There hItS been considerable Bank. *.. .. then perhajta ,al resolution may be laid --_:: ClAAUJlCa.1 | -' 'jWakwt 1etttt lOt . tn lJ'' t,.: .

cue of the finest Billiard Rooms In tslkb1 several regatta societies .Ex-Mayor- Greeley" has been 'appointed before the Board that tuck rough work Oct. 16.&"YJrII.ra .Ruloa,New Yorkv Catsup -*-*"- Wl.- cf TJ'k Rut .!.' ..v, 01'' .'-r"-.". ... --
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Oct. 17 str.dry Point. FiugeJald,Charleston -, JIey. ., ,
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the South. of the North, 1 in reference to hold- a Notary Public. must be stopped. Oct. 17 s. Liaie Baker LaRose qrm jo III fll J.
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-.t' Ins the St. Johns Oct.17,sen.Jennie E, S=. Young Philadelphia AM Jel Ac7izIL&s 101. ..f '-ti. -
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a grand regatta on foods la proportion at the ston*f,- -
-More churches. A new one is being i-The rank of Knght will be conferred o hi. .111 .
New Fruit Store. this and C. sch. 101 Mlwt J : : ,
Winter Mr. WaUh Is .here 17, Ralph Howes.Burgess New Ha_ -
erected at the bead of Laura street. upon two, gentlemen in Myrtle Oct.zg.kh.l W. Drown Kane, Philadelphia. ; ...'" JOHN. B ROCHE.' >.1 . 111
Fruit Store will supply a learning what accommodations can be Oct. .. in >I
The Florid* DenominationPresbyterian.Geo. Lodge, No. 2, Knights of Pythias, next 19, R.Smith Smith New Yorlu 101 v inin J

want tang felt in community. Located furuiihed the clubs; and their friends; Friday evening. Visiting Brother ;' .*. ", e.. tot : 's>, f-

to the post-office and having also, what commutation the Railroad McGinlcy, Esq.-of: the Grand METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. -,- 101 101. J.. ft.oJ

next and facilities for will allow. National dill lingers abroad. He will Knights.are cordially invited- to be present. __--ration* taken fj *. st*. ,r. i.4gp.g. ., :, ;.; ; ":r'." "" _: P ulIteIoloD&DeIoIololsi 101 ,-- _:.-III .:,.,', tta.10IooDAYIIADuweo1t1 -
unple means carryingon companies ''The Lodge meets at the comer of daily by the Signal ServiceU.. S.Amy,ia.this dry """ \ .1'n ,
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return next week. .,t
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the business the proprietor* are Mrs. Col W. T. C.' Moore, wife of Bay and Ocean streets. =i.= it! 'r Iot.i-o---n-----n--------.olot J

determined to place the products of the Mr. Moore President of the First.National -The staging around the schooner Oct." ; .. i ''j 1 0 WiacL: | Ij 1'1 lOlflOOOaTvUHIUJtLI 101 -lit DOOiOl :it f

orthern markets in their line at a low Bank, and Mrs. J. J. Shoemaker, Rosa Eppinger fell down yesterday, CEDAR KEYS OYSTERSAt 1874- .j J 11. f .' r f :< 101 lOP 10too 3i3-Wutixocn.------ISI_led .1frO.,,.J I

and other Florida severely injuring one Fred. Bettdini'i Rcstaunurt, P HOLLAND, in IiLolGlaInD&UaieiaiilOt
fi -
Bui1di Fresh delicious and cooked la
fruit to their Northern patrons at 'A bear weighing' four hundred c. crerr coacdrablc Sat17 9 *917 6659 NW Fresh 0.cu \ ACHMAKER AND lor 101 101 10: "- I
lIon. J. B. C. .Drew, U. S. District itjrlc. Received daily loi"31 Sua. i*. 7 49.89 59 70 NW CcDdc1.1car- .. 101 '101 101im, rt-1
prices heretofore unequaled. AUo: the Attorney has arrived home safe and pounds was killed within a mile of : 2 39 16 77 46 W fresh* ,0.00' dear JEWELER,< 101 101 101 in
will be GREAT EXCITEMENT 9 *9-9S 65 'TS calm Ojoo ,Clear Ml 101 101 xoi ;
best brands of Havana cigars Chattanooga, a few days ago. Mon9 .. M calm 0.Oar, .... ., ,
hearty. Over the political canva but'grvter:over Rich's I. 7 .91 iJ Corner Pin*and Bay Sts., '< ...101 101 tot 101 ?' ., -*
on hand at the lowest 30'04 N Fresh .ooo Fair lot lIElii :
krilL! constantly D. G. Ambler arrived from the North .-Hon. J. J. Finley, the Conservative ptendid,assortment 0ffTocericil: io-itf 'I 9 30.13" 'Sjj N Gentle ojx Oar JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. c 13Y* vJMl
TMS, so 1 y>so 64 U N GentW 'C-JDO dear .\101 ,. "
prices. candidate for the second district will .. ? ,?
last week. NO RING t LOW PRICES I HONESTY I I 'y>. 77 56 NE Fresh 0.Nair! -iaNewjewclry : 101 '"incrTHE t

seakbefom the citizens of this city on Is the motto at Rich's emporium. IOtal tf Barometer corrected lor temperature and elevation. _111.Jll.i'l
Musical Society.A Mrs. James P. Taliaferro has retained '. ..'bl'
the evening of the 27th inst, Clocks, Watches '. 'f f :... I
pleasaut gathering of about thirty from Baltimore. COUNTRY FIRMS PROMPTLY SUPPLIED HOTEL ARRIVALS. Diamonds,Plated and ..'"- "J. ..,-1
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-J.II. Ochus is erecting an extension With the best Groceries ia the Market by Wm. Rich .
a- GRAND NATIONAL G o. McGwurr. Prop'r. -
held at Ochus' music etore
was Solid Gold and Silver LEcr
persons of twenty-four Tcet'to his"nlosic) b. -sitf C.A. Chamberlain. New York; Geo. A. Brown Bos- FINEST AND BEST S ,
Yellow Fever and Race Troubles in
liixt Monday evening and a new musical toes J B.C. Drew, city; D. &, Benfleway, Wm. Ware, ,etc. -
Florida. store. .The_ new portion, is to be used THE PARENTS Cammercr, N. Y.- Saml ASwannWerA.i ED IN THE SOUTH.-. -/i: I
society was t1r llDized. Thc.fullowing Of aU well regulated families purchase their groceries of H. King,K.I.; Ceo. W.Arwood.St.Augusnne; John -, .. ; I
We give below the separate reports as a music hall. ; Varnum.lailahassee: N. W. Polk, Phuaeelphia F. .I1fOk
were elected officen: Wm. II. Young. Rich, Folk's Block,Bay street. ion if W. Howard and wie. N. Y. G. A. S, teaM,Va. '. .. If
Trceident ; F. I. Gottselig, Vice President oftwo members of the special Committee T-The steamer City Point has resumed Charlie ,Holmes U. S.A.; P. A.Walsh Savannah ; DIAMONDS.STONES PEARLS SET, AND IN PRECIOUS tlZ2E .
FAITH HOPE AND CHARITY F.I Chester and wile, Feroandina; T.Pca.N.Y.: < Parlor RICH. PLAIN, aambaSaita i
J. II. to whom was referred. the. ,considertion -. her trips_ the ,Charleston and Pa- T. dark Badwin GOLD. .
; t. O. Wn;hh Secretary; upon. The last but not least U fcund by buying groceries ; j. W.Apjdegate,Creen Cove; G.W.PrauPaWka Soitf. ,
of : ; KVose,N. Y..,. Col.,T. C. Parlor chambue
widely prevalent that the r. I
reports latka line. See new> schedule RUu -
announced from aaoJ. .
Oclms Treasurer; Prof. A. Krizek Musiral io-n if Moore Mn.J.J. bhoenaker Mowawk.N. Y. Suits. tjnsn. ,

Dinrtor and J. II. Ochu, Second Florida is suffering under the prevalence by the agents. CHALLENGE __ Initial Letten, Jif;negramt, and Parlor. SUBSTANTIAL' .J chrmb.rSula. Soit*.' ,,: 1

Dmflor.U'ei. yellow fever, and that dangeris -Political candidates all seem to be Open to the State of Florida MInrspectiv ot race, : .ADVERTISEMENTS.. Faney Engraving.done i,, Parlor .o..a-. ,u

ihis new organization fue- apprehended ,here, from anticipatedrace l hopeful AS to their chances for success. color, or previous condition, a* artistic manner. Suit' FURNITURE.. t _.. .)t.

& It will tend to develop cur home disturbances.- .W ti trust tlie reports The bolters claim to, be in advance. CASSI -EkE SUITS CARRiAGE SHOP. v ; J
will be of interest to all authentic
musical talent and) forms a basis for st>- as Mawbey so, and Mawb y not. unrivalled for looks and general artistic make-op,can GEORGE LEA, Standard time by Chronome ;

t-ia1 intercourse, elevation and enjoj"nitnt. contradictions cf careless rumors: -Freight has come in very rapidly be purchased cheaper at Bucky's than any other known 'ter rated by transitobservations. We. are prepared to offer oar stock at .,

Oenllcmen of the Agricultural and Horti- within the past few days and the stores place.CE. -_ CARRIAGE MAKER, remarkably. price. !. ."...","*-J.'W'. .; If i
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The Committee organized to report on of our principal merchants begin to rS UNDERWEAR WASHINGTON AND ADAMS STREETS 'fi >,4-
Tte Sidewalks.In Such as U Uodenhitts Drawer, Socks are bought at .
the condition of the of show advantages to .. -:0DAVIS :- .."..-
sanitary city special purchasers.The strikingly depressed prices at Bud:,.. Acnrr to*THE CBUUATXD Born AXCocxroistxB .' ; .
Jacksonville and of the State of Fluiida. 'JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, WATCH., i
another column will be seen the improvements at the Post-office -' .., : .

nirtiee 10 1,1"-rt'.li.sk1ir<,by the Mayor. would guy that after a careful investigation to noticed and THE CLINTON ALD MAGELLAN Will build in first-class style Carnages Buggies and & DREW
and inquiry, wo find good health begin generally are Hats are not only bought at '. by Mawbey and .

in reference to the city sidewalks. It is generally prevailing. AH classes and warmly approved of by the majority of_ Durkee.but by every person who will appreciate a bar I Light Wagons. IIISCELUHEOUSrIANOsDRGAN5PIAKOS. :1 ;uu.ta.

for the real interests of the citizens that races were never more contented, happy our citizens foe iu durability and stlishneu. work. OZALZU IN .N. :
Repairing neatly done. Come and see my
fhcmU Lf their walks in and harmonious than we find -- '. ."&
they ) to-day I
-j proper BLANKETS : I-I
-'Toulists In FINE WHITE AND COLORED :
throughout city, town and country. are arriving good numbers All kinds of FURNITURE. CARPETS.iiMArrRESsESwHrFE ,
condition. A will be served
notur >-
reduced
uj at greatly prices-comparison of prices challenged '
On examination of the well kept San- and before. many weeks are over, AND FLORIDA PINE.WALi, (
on the OUIK-JB
giair iii( the .lewilk in front of the find! that far ,
Ian u
;ptvtniH w If no notice is taken of the to be me arni'ngthe healthiest cities arc selling rapidly-such an unusual demand(or them : ,JACKSONVILLE. rUL ;,ii"

order between twelve and fifteen hundred inhabitants weak and debilitated that ho cays he a specialty of them 0 -'
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4. That in case of failure:
iiJ o\\'D'rflf Maid sidewalk within the deaths are reported ; July, 2; August, just now.i Nice Woolen shawls-lot evening and breakfast wearcap. Until further notice win sail as CJlows: d 5U
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tiinennd in he manner prewribed in 13; September, 6. '. -Col 1, Washington.. Ires. has returned bought wry at Bucky's. THE!STEAMER' DICTATOR : t1; t.1'1r.

the l\.Ii.1! imticv, thon, in that ca!e. the W ts find that yellow fever exists at from a long visit to tbl'-rDf'Rl.is- THE AtOVE JTDlS); C.LrTAIiLT.O VOGEL. PR.ICE R B D U 'C.E'D.-.;t**

said lit\ Council sliiill coustruet .aid IVusHcol.1 where it wilde its appearance are published In consequence of a recent notice made : ., ... ;u
tricts, and ,I looks as fine as. the finest; Win until further notice leare CHARLESTON cft"J'TUE5DA -_--_-
t-iJt'\\'at: ,
and uhi-n fini-ht d shall the Ufcl public
inter AuguM, having t-p broughtthere \ -That J. D. Buckjr" Defied.1tpcLdoo"bcII Y eeainK.aad SAVANNAH every WEDNESDAY ; ; J I
t ii t-t'ind. in a wit to be Lr'|pt !>j' the by We.t India Meichatit Vessels. perfectlvrobust'In health. therefore known that the Great Touthcm Bazaar comprises afternoon tor FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE '

Mayur lor tluit pu/i e, the cost of .tid It i.i Ji lu-ea< e not eiidemiral to the North I {inle's P.irk in front of the the Urgcst Clothing and Gents' Underwear Establishment ,PALATKA Intermediate landings.RETURNING THE, 'BEST IN THE ,wo1' /
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.iJI' :. and upon execution ili&ued American Continent, although the un- in the State. lo-si |T : :w IS f
Grand National is in conditionand
haet'.lr prlll 'ed to levy and tolled acclimated inhabitants(Pensacola have splendid .-- '

J1&'b Cit. of the goods, cbnttels and M/ffered from the effect* of the epidemic.The ".itJ'proye.3 very attractive place of A1TENTION and Will JACKSONVILLE leave PALATKA every every SATURDAY FRIDAY moraine morning WILL LAST- :A LIFE-Y j tJt J

Juidi ot the ou er* thereof. diseaM has been wholly confined to re!ortfto the lady guests of the Grand MATI.R'S OPPICB. I I to suit the ride, KUCNAND1NA same day.arriving "
Jacasoxm.zaFi.a.Oct. 17.1S74-| in SAVANNAH, CHARLESTON every SUN ,.:: ; i I ., :i; ia asr>
., that seaport town and as far as your National daring the coming season.CudarKeys To rut OTIVEMS or, JACKSOKVILLC; I DAY. .. "
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been < ; .
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Committee have able to learn '
not : Your srtrntioa is must respectfully called to the condition I ". ,
Base Ban. ;a ease yellow fever has occurred in '- oysters are becoming d your..idc1raJDurfnc: the dun seasoa you I THE STEAMER CITY\POINTf Having associated myself with the largest Music --LJ'.IG1At

'The Lee Cub extends an invitation to any pll.rtofuUrStAt6uUtJiidtHlf Pcnsacola. plentiful and are In good condition. have not been urged; In this connection,for fear of work. CATTAIK J.W. FITZGERALD. House In the South I am now prepared to sell at unusual 5 : .". O-O 0'

iU friend* especially the ladies. to be i., There is no endemic diwase in Florida. Bettelini has the best we' have seen or lug a hardship to many whose means are lunhedl 'i WO leave CHARLESTON every SATURDAY low prices far cash or by small monthly payments 3 '.. aWJfb
Her peninsular position renders the State The time has now arrived however,for the annual log.SAVANNAH every SUNDAY afternoon FER. the Kaab*.HaIku & Davis *Co.,Haines ft Bros., '.; -
present on tic pnictice grounds bead of I NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, PALATKA and W.P. Emerson and the Southern Gem- Pianos also otxczLa&.tun
in all parts (teculiarly hea'thtul and free tasted.The influx of visitors,and my duty to all compels mew- Intermediate landing I' : .;.,. :1 b&SHONINGER
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lir this schooner Rosa Eppinger Capt. I tfasoa Hamlia and Ploubet.Pchon ft Co. Organs "
ajx-et aftertuxm tt 2 o'clock.A i Iroui epidemic Every part of her territory have the sidewalks repaired. '

?.cbgHniew511 l he played betweenthe is under the influence and tanned Joe .Baylis,' has been on the' ways at I hope that all property owners will at pace relay 0 RETURNING : r Easiest terms ever given Call and see what I can offer ORGANS
their walks where needed and aU old and : hi the way of superior {"-T""""'"* and low prices. -z :, U.tlI
rkt mid .t'Cunll nines. Tho second by the pure invigorating and health- Brock's shipyard being repainted. The replace WaD leave PALATKA every TUESDAY morning o ,
broken thus the for JACKSONVILLE WEDNESDAY morning to T-ao-swjm J.OCHUS. .. .oa.YI
giving tea wind. Thu large portion of planks saving aa expense to city every IK DAILY USE.
nice hac been McKeen,will be hauled on to-day, to be suit the tide FERNANDINA same day.arririDcatttlAKLES'i'ON
oC late and
practicing serving oodccs'and issuing executions when tee city is 'J11
the Suite which borders on the 'sea and and SAVANNAH every THURS }: A
have attained to a degree of excellence] that part lying upon the St.Johns river, re-caulked. compelled to repair said',sidewalks.io .'- DAY. A ,,,. ;4UThesa.L.ls

that will cause the i-hanjpionn no Cttle I' extending as far up' the river AS the -G. W. Pratt, editor of the Palatka at PETER JONES,Mayor. THROUGH, GIVEN TICKETS 10: NEW AND'YOKK BILLS, PHILADELPHIA. OF LADING CARD.NOTICE of the country ricommradktheseOrgaas. -

work if they mean fcri win. and that is tidaJ ware flows, arc almost' exempt Herald,is in the'city; He returned from TO THE VOTERS OF DUVAL COUNTY. BALTIMORE. 4C. The nicest and best More for 'rl
from the malarial epidemic. Remittent These S earners connect with Florida Railroad at To Exchanges Publishers and Printers aQ.
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what : our
they mean usually when they play or intermittent fever which I* common to the North last week. Now for the alligators I would most respectfully itnenT myself as an Independent Fcmandina ,Pensacola&Mobile Railroad mosey.ad gives better u" ''. Sham aay.thuelsowe.

AD who to the and snakes how suffer Republican 1jdHf for the General Assembly at Jacksonville, bt. John's Kaaraad at Toed fur St. 1" i.
go ground they'll the
may expect a all new countries, owing tv the flounce( AugustuK.with steamers at Palatka for MeUcnviDe, They comprise
good game. The second, nine has defeated of the sea in every part of the State, the in imagination,, of Duval. county.Respcctfuny. Enterprise and the upper St.Johns,and with steamcn TilE ANSON HARDY ,:F. fiS1

the Atlantic club disease appears in,a mild form and if ;&c. for the Ockbwaha river.- se-al if Eureka, Conttrto, Ortktttra. and GftI1II:'
two byres dumplings of which T. EDWARDS. "
games treated seldom fatal. Roley-poley '- JOHN LatustIaPAPER .! .
of 45 to 13 and 48 to 16, and they properly Small-pox. measles and proves scarlatina sour oranges form the principal.ingredient LaVffla, Oct.6,187f.71d rpHE REPUBLIC.. ". jn I tI

think the first nine could oat have never occur here unless brought from Are becoming popular among our MILL, A FIRST CLASS >ORNING NEWSPAPER AND CARD_ CUTTERS.I Illustrated Csulngnr test fcy.mafl postpaid k>.U

done much better. Flushed with victory the Northern i States, and ulUuch diseasesare gastronomic Mends and for'the best of Wett located oa the banks-of th*St.Johns river and have ftRIMI msmilsfliua and safe of Acs .epa.app' lit !> r ''t ; f _
and confident of disarmed of their usual\ malignancyby : '. creek to be leased to responsibl* panics by Published in the Bennett Building Nassau and Fuizo.streeeNewYork .
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good playing reasons, they are BO particularly nice. ,' t Y Machines my same so long ."' ..1
abilities, they have the the influence of Climate. Consumption the month,year.or to Panics desiring Io saw by Ih* TERMsViI t died,and so extensively circulated far the past fi&eea B. SHON1NCER CO., t1
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bl.pionl is seldom contracted here Croupsare .-The custom of throwing orange thousand. Apply at'the ? '- .I years; and till JfaeUu to batUe. The prize Is a almost unknown to Florida'cJima1e. peels and banana skins upon the sidewalks ; :.*G LnajuiT. f.8 per year,by mail;it cents per week, by carrier: 1urwV'.w H_w IN'l1h1drrJIIuJ cir _

b&n ome bat and ball. Seats have Typhoid fever and dysentery those fearful is more honored in .the breach 3 cents per cnl r.wiik my**mt mmJmJJrtu or Lie catttmf., FOX SALE OR'K XT-COtnmtY."*u '
FOUNTAIN copy.THE ,
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brought in from the Monerief diseases which of the annually United States prevail in than the observance. It la ,a ,vie) in I. 1M LA fmtrO, dgat star*b admired by*5.' - :REPUBLIC_. *"-;''',: _f;-. .) My latest Improved Iroa-Fiame PAPER CUTTER. .

Spring, the ground ha been put. in some portions never. human *. o-ijtf f CaetaiaI ..::' with pIIaI.YI 1.1.coniag bosnt two.alUacelpered OTEL ANDORANGE-GR /
here in an epidemic form. Cb01.era practice. _-- .
good order and appear knives and sipiaring board.soil holds Its positioa 'H **ll
everything In favorable morbns, cholera intantum and every VICHY AND KISSENGEN. ALL H *NEWS OK'THE' DAY; -
for ,-The Fire Department'seem to behaving as the FAToarrc P n>Cvrrza AMOMB Patirrns. '" .
a red hot game. John Holland hasP form of disease -of the stomach and Many oa rising ia the morning complain of a headache .. TOR SALE OR RENT. I1.-ift
Van Winkle ill la all its and furnishes .and the best machine bs the market for the low
a Rip : sleep Being complete departments '
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on hU bowels the Inhabitants of Florida are me&ng stupid AgUs nlcbykirogea ,
war paint and says be means or and ample of "- charged for a. W*wmlcat b.scams oneS as may imma.
4Iinesa.nrtsna.ns. seldom amicted with. And to sum it all around. One sharp clang of the fire from Tuflts"'Mammoth fuuotaia. In La Fa vorita'cures prompt. reports- '' price .1 '. III .

up, In Florida there are few diseases bell will always bring them to the surface all such iia"kasant sensations.. 6-tj-if CITY.INTELLIGENCE, :J1wlltllnll"the MOST BBUUBU IherJy CAU Crd Ctnrrn Cmtt9 1 ia*pre.onaced the. THE ALA CHACOtr OJ'itNCEJtOf.E-

which afflict the human family that assumes .I FOREIGN AND D DOMESTICMARXETS. C Fbrida -
however and whenever N ar MeHoavine change *, < / r .
European House. o they are OUR"ENTERPRISING aarkcc.far the general aaes cia pnadng office

Those an epidemic E.character.P. JOOXBOX. M.D. needed they are sure to'be on band. Friends Messrs.Gato A Co..,haft seemingly spared ao AND:APOLITICAL AND GENERAL EVENTS :n VMllJtm*** ffffla Cr4 Cutter with 'my WITH THE NURSERY FARM: ORANGE ATTACHED.GROVE AND &

(f our readers who may visit X.U..EVKUITT expense ia introducing the KiinUnmest coda fountain IN:ALL QUARTERS., latest Improvements. is AiD ptcfeired by many priatn. 'l' (

ttsoh, and desire all Ube xsomforU M. D. F.,B., C. S. '-Father John, the devout and.earnest 'everiet. up ia this city.. It IS admired by everyone andthesoda&omUispniaouncedby Through-fas Special Correspondents,by Ttkgnph and .and holds ht favoritism over other marhfan, THIS I'ROPERTYIS'MOST ELIGIBLY,

f/a neil regulated hotel at reasonable Catholic! Missionary i left .Jackson- all the,ladies Io be Ocean Cable. .' For sixes aad prices sec illustrated ctrculan. : LOCATED} miles from the Kteua- -'

the!prices, cannot do better than to call at : JACKSONVILLE UNITED STATES Fuu AMEEJCI.,'Oct. 14, I8!'. S? vile about a year since for Rome, has the best. BuY__YOURSELF____ __A__HOME.__ 5pcarewU1 at U taken to reader the KepuUicaaBuratai Shipped direct from the factory to any part of th* boat Landing oa Lake Monroe. < K"J

*ell known establishment. K.,. 1M The Committee wbr were requestedto returned from.theEternal City.-andI CIaaaIb '; '
A Viul-smi on St Joha't river i* o vered for sale. WASHINGTON"ANn ALBANY FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE CANNOTBE.
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: Orders solicits,and be fifled by return *
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IW tod 1C2 Bryan street where report on the Uygeine and Soelil now officiating at Savannah Ga.. Oat of th*meat desirable places la tlx vidqity C(3Gk. nflabluFIN.tNCIALiEWS .' SURPASSED-wtuUao part of Florida comaiaca -
rootns : Ethics of Florid* in general and Jacksonville Complete.;Interesting*thoroughly, fa samy advantages lo the(rawer.- -Uf
tan be aonviU -1-t t fee .
ecnred *. cmifiinjng mB ami- acna ready -I. '.
at time. Tbe .
ANSON HARDY TROPICAL FRUITS.Ifaotsoldbcfi .
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** j U inducted o particular, beg to report to -The orange grove 'fewr' ,seems to pUnring, For parucuL,apply at the coandng-room '- ,

J** upon the European the Duval Agricultural and Horticultural have taken a fresh;;hold on our friends olTu Naw. '.Jtl Such as the 'P.ntbeSW4T4gt.Moaey 7 tseotem .. Aabundale.. Mass. >rth< lMONDAYIIIMAI&aezth
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*golar rates,being charged for Society of this .city,'that having inspected in the rural districts most of whom-anticipate Market p__n.r. Innrr" and other interests that *property wffl or that day be fiend at paaOe *
toomi and meals furnished hoar : the Records of the Board of FRED'S ?INE. cam*llaclcr this iIDporIaD& bead will be made full and sate loth highest bidder., AppVtoFLEMING ." ;
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or the any Health in'the Mayor's Office we find tcs that sometimes requireA complete. PLUMBING &DANIEL '*
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or night that they may *be enq1.red !five deaths fur the month of June, two In.a feir yean as the. result of their little aa* win* their hearts to Inspire. UrnURYJNTELLIGENCI AND REVIEWS, AND Attorney, :,. >!!

meal for The $8itor' may eat one 'for the month of July, thirteen for the present labors. Will do wed to caD at BeuennTs of wide fame. CttBcaBM oa Mask,th*Drama Painting-fte..wiU heegulariy COPPER-SMITHING. 0d4rriilp..f, JacksoavO Florida.. ';, : ,
day And_pie hk new stock of.fioe champacM. -- -
or order refreshments everyd.r month of August and six deaths for the ( given,tmpanially prepared by pncdcdpcDI.

Lout, at his optlu month of September last and that neither Boxes and barrels are nice thingsin His elegant assortmeat is so weB sdectad EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT 'I work deseriptioste SALE4 ;" '
eating any artl- THE am prepared execat of every >jVERYCliZA.PI
That the eminentconaoisseun who havcreeeatfylnspectad.
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their but when street becomes most FOil
food caused i> disease resemblingthe way. : Bay > '
he wish was y any distinctly recognizing the political principles of
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may have it While the matt sarisfartnry manaer, sad respectajny'te--
prepared in desired yellow fever type and the Chairman almost closed against pedestrians, Freely ghr it as a lid that ao hove ta the Stat and rendering a**mm eat and consistent support to the > ;
any '
style. He simW of! the Board .Health informed us KepuUicaa party win,with competent mow and Celt the of the publrc.'o.dcnlcAatDOBBtNS"
pays for what be orders jean,01 and no it becomes time lor the city ,authoritiesto Caa boast of sock wines,ao matter how grext;. coatliontors.take the More general line of journalistic patronage Tkrtt tmatt Fonts'near tir City Smitt,
and no more' o that for fifteen Jonger out the ordinance 're1at1ve'tothl For with Heidskk A Co..and E. oedas'very best duty that belongs ID a compktcnewjpaper. GUN SH )P, or at Mr. \
101 less. There is not In Savannah yellow lever has ever occurred in this carry You have choice of.otbczt who hav long stood the Address -- < ONE OF TIN ACRES, '. u, *,*.,t.a --

a more Popular establishment nor one city and that it will compare. most ,subject. tat: THE REPUBLIC.New u. Mahoay'a Blacksmith shoy.wiU. jeceiv* prompt o' ona..4" : "',

lI10re eminently deserving of a liberal favorably with cities of thirty thousand -Woe to the house of Mawbey; constant Such as Most ft Chandoa's.G.HI Mumrn.Krug ft Co, sn-u York Dry.QRANGE - '. OSn. OF TWENTY ACRES. ,".*. / _.'.
inhabitants the majority of the deaths With Ernest &Co. And"Pommery& Grub 41. : '
&up port defections from bis standard cause Enoy 11,11 .Abovttftea acres mcoUv-tioa. soograpw sidJfnut.
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t1y books of the hotel tes- being ol those resorting to Itt healthy b AndDelmonlcoah. | that's lh*brand thai U fine,. .BOXES. : .;.':.. WM;cim z.SMlUELEAtRBANJtS. ;; .ama:aaderdranwa;clay subsoa..oa*of the..- >

beyond a doubt. Those who hue climate with the seeds death general.bern" his-chances ,to grow'.maU' ,. degrees And'wttplsWc. T7atwvBoiBduleca this JiM: I psama- !I- -------v' .

, 1'isaed Bresnan' once will be tore to .ing they came here. We ascribe and. beautifully. until, :' dark.apatby' f And am a dosIng,eisrk,r.ibr"10 say, ;":. _'rave_ ThUmaosUI material sumdenr is mad of male iba Bear sins 590 by mange ma- .' ?> ,': ':' ONK Or,TWENTY ACRESAboU / I

-1 go .tbere again thOle this nnn'ual t healtbfulnesi to ocr close has sealed over his,intelligent features, If you will call upon Fred either en niag day., chiacry,making laos which wiU hold two hundred Sxar actcs mt cuJovstusv halaac good,'pin. ,
will thank 5 ubM :ha\"e *<** proximity to the sea shore; to the sea 'thethost'birnIble You will surelybepicas.dubecaa do die thiaf brows abed. Will be sold eIIap. NOTARY PUBLIC FOr UVAL. _COUNTY .:usflodre Auc..c ..:.
and given him dread 4. 1 -
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to calling,their attention breezes which waif themselves twelve ; I And Ueps th*best JUstaaraat ia our little(ova.StWITrf : f.t.iiI Iaub.uviBo.'.." he Rust F a .;
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h- dda, and Ends. GENERAL DIRECTORY. I THE 1Js NGER .MANU1 ACTURiNG (iMIANY' CELEBRATEb _1 .. .J..f. 5- : .. ;"1 "T KISCILl.ANEOtS

t \ *i/_ .. .-*i t1J'! : STiTE.Oorernor e. ... ., ': ,' -jj-i: :' ,'. .' "':: "'.' c; ':". : .. -'; 1/ ,: i,"" S '!!'};-' '.J' ', .' .
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Ji Words that bufn the contents of 8i rrtaryf OowrIaor1'UU-S. B. WcUX.Onmi j . I r SILK 'W'I"J'1InI; .." 'J. h.; :II ._ ; ; ;" F'L'Ot1Rfl:: ;k', S\ VtNj:' :; $I"n'' : .: N .K .: '. .

.( basket. >llpr-O. A. COWO1LU.. ". '-m b : .. :JJ 4'li" :,L4- !L u'p rllolrR Nii ) f.tt;' ; : : )' ."
w JurraacT ) .>Mj T r The.aln-a.l L'FOSTER.Atromry .- '- 'I. a .t1.(1 : : ., AND' i f t'sjtE .EXCHANGg. ,I .;. ,1 ., .1
/ ( This company nowkarlng In fufl operation at Newark;New Jersey,the largest'SILK. WORKS In the thl::} ..... I IC f .
Vlt r reddens the'roe Ovarral-WU. A. COCXE. : fiirnlshrsBperlortrS :' }a .". "**** *- S S SS
world SBk Twist
whkkythe Adjutant OonenI-JOhN VARXCU. J ,propoM.to,. ... .. '.'01.: .- *of 1.ft.1 ;" ': ."f! i UacfJrpor.t.Ia5JuJTEAj574.I 't' _____

i3 mote, and tight bootsjhe toes. mir ef Lands and Immlgn. EAOAW.. ; -. "- -: ;' .: : iJOVERlDGE'SBtJItDlNdoCEAN'STREETb ,
enperlntendmt of Public lD.t pti(n-J,C.GIBBS. A TORE AT. L Y RED IfC E'D ; PRICE ; Mil- ""OFFICEiN : t -

Any young miss would rather have Butts& .-.. ALBEHOfR., ; .-S. S S ,,! 1':_: ': '.!, '<'S-, .' '. .ri "t! h.s :1rt"nla.; ', r.t..J.:: .I. ;' 1 > : .2..J"CdO..U*adLJFZzch4n24'j'4 'H .

;hcoisethtght than herhelter." 8CPREXB COURT. For the convenience of the public, thiscelebrated,.. ,TC wist U ..' ., ,: OTkE hereVy flveli.oy Incorporationof l 7J/1'1tW Svif'Bm. *, .
.1. < .' J l I. 'wfth h.pri idpslpu ofbujdi\ In the cu7cJrJack4onviJl*< c ; ,.s n .r -;'.1.! 4 f _
.1 Chief Jnitk>e-E.If. RAND'LtA The'design V lbe>Florida Savings. Bank h to afford to those who.re desirous of..saving their money the I I'OL
A good advertiser j ractically puts suciaU. JnntioFS J.D. WESTcOTT PUT' UP ,ON _SPOOLS OF DIFFERENT SIZES, ..1 I / .ana*f sa*ly employing at good rate of interest to tu Invested,under Ou direction of. -crn dtltens, o.nn T IAYU1rAJI"Jaa.1

; t .bisshowwindowsintothenewspapers. K. B.VAN VALKEXBEEQ.. .. "* AT..HOME in home securities of .,' value, .
Clerk-LTUAN. B. FOSTER. :: r' 'b*finest quality.fcieiig i thereby offered o'n spools quantities '.. .u' *' RAKK HOCM.-'rcgniar hours for transaction of business shall be fnm 9 o'doc1 a. m. to 3 o'cloctc p. m. H. ROBINSON

Idleness Is: the'/Dc d Sea;that"swa ; CIRCUIT COURT.1st .. : .. "117.except Sunday: and holidays; and on fcatirdats endS 7 o'clock p. m.
tRtM FIFTY YAR.'DS..iWA'RDS.; D'-Depou'ts will be entered in the bethccoporationand'Jao1naboo'ltobcSentothedehor WHOttSAU &(ITAJLDRUGGIST
I slows up all virtues, and the self-made CircuIt-W... W.VAN NES,Tensaoola.J4 f., ; I'.5 .UI'Hj ')...1 This book will be evidence of his'or; her property; When moneys are withdrawathis book must bebrought

k' sepulchre of a Iiving-1nan. "- P.W.. WHITE. QU'D",. >' 'The store unequaled twist 1s manuuunured especially for the use t all kinds of sewing machines. aitd. afentu, to the Bank to have the payment entered. Depositor* may take out the money themselves, or,in case I )
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Sd BRYSON LIT Oak. for different. machines through the. country are tuing this twist la large quantities;and as *- of absence or sickness it will be paid to their order prvperiy-wltnessed and accompanied J>y th* book...Depos Hoeg'i Bloeki
tth. R.B. AUCH1BALD, Jackson-. its will be time when called for when there is sufficient a1llUW1u. the uninvested otherwts Biy si..
; band repaid at any a treasury ; -
A.\Vestcm.jouroal Jakes in ... ..
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.1 5- -S. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS 'V'0: *.at tile earliest practicable period.In the order 1II..hicb they may be tailed for; i JACKSONVIlLE FLORIDA.
p 3 th ?Shabfarc-&Jtn<' questibV; and ft h JudidU Circuit-.... H. OOS. Ocala. ; ".L'I .: I Irn1Pr,1meTest at &lleraol.nen and&hreeotcntht per cent.(ot two cents pe.day oa :llbc paid ,
.th.' J.T..MAOBX,1'.apa.7h .rf are offend to the trade all those about to purchase will do.well to send for cnJ'Price lis(. bnualJt IlpoD .U .Iball.have remained three months or more ID the Rank to .taIItIaJ'T I corotmpn '
revives. the old .:theury that Bacon M J. W. PRICK Enterprise. _, .Mr.f'; .jl'lfI'H'; ; ; ',the $tor. .; "' .. ; J. ", / "" J.- sc irTioi s spwjja .I "
1 ,# 3 .wrotfr.'HamFat.t ". I f" .. ; ,I. :i4 _. : AcxovJrn $ .AWJ'accouat to wblch.lIOtlti11& 1h Wadded lad .l1ich saU fiave remainediicafled -

," C* '* f t 'I" : \L.COUNTr.. .., ,-, '. fee fix seven years shall cease to bear interest.. . ':.. ", -
,tUee1aMdTItheIiUegiIiI I ; t Accotnm FA ABU TO H sixs.-.If persons die who'own money la this Savings. Bank,the money will berIsLrz ; s
A. f'LEAN.Clerk..fColinOSCAR I S ;
1 'Away their ddls wilt throw." I eoutyzugew. f' T H E S IN' gE1R7 tat. r. -" KAREY
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: ; : At dght they've caught a beau MCDONNELL.Cx -t to persons producing the bank-books shall be valid payment to discharge the corpor tioDJ FLUID' EXTRACT .
And ma their tiny forma will dccf t'eato 8oIiuitor-T.. j'I I I' .S "' ..k.I I i CMILCtEVs EMDOwimrrs,-Parents: or guardians of minor children mar deposit moocy," trustees far the
F With jewels silks and laces. >uct> tto! iratnr-CIIA8 U. SU1U1ERS.Trca.u..rl..W.tlWAI1L. : I. ''N Af" A benefit ef such minor*:until they become of ageIDceta&. open which may be withdrawn annually or added to
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And Math then h the Grecian ..u w SIE.V ; .!."' l' J ,'. the principal. '
? ."Will much Improve their graces.: '- II ,' A'e-w>r-J.- 1EThR.JI1E O. ORKELKT.Collector $,.. .. '- .?' "'wit1.w.! .:. .: '' .... .1J ,:., ;1 Sracut.EXDOWVIKT f P..-Deposits in the Florida Savings Bank J'amounting to$70 during each year tor- a B U (YRU !
of cash of tbd
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> ten-years secure depositor a payment $1,006 term. proportionately
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An tells that on smaller or larger annual In case of inability to complete the ten annual the depositorcan
: exchange .us "a young Auctkn.5r1-J..L. Burch.J.C. M.A.n.1alD.1.1. : .... .. deposits. payment .
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,. 4 lady at Elgin, Ill., has sold all her ,' '; 11 ., _. thereon. This plan unlike ordinary life insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture of previous pay menu, known remedy forBRIGHTS
and Notary l'lIbl.TohD O.XIamcl F. U.Knartp T. 011 .-. 'S-j % S : .: 3 :J J and offers a safe amieaay method providing a handsome endowment for tl e future' ofperernnchildrcn,friend, II '. '. ,; : ,
jewels is .
going as a, missionaryto 8. KclU O. P. Cooper. ChHS. M. Bummers W. O. ;" 7..o- 1.1 ...AS4'3c ..
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f. er the depositor individually. $ &*{deposits tahe withdrawn tot ten will the depositor
E-lwiu, .Wm. M.Lt-dwith'K'3t I I -' e .o J < not years efuitle .
the South Sea 'Islands, paying her J.ffrfTS. IliftviDS a certificate fOr Jtmtlt tkt amount cf nuk",p payable in ten yean in favor of any person designated. DISEASE
Tboo. U.Msxt J. W. nlll
Cherry. Swaim Orangrr 'lt'
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}> ,
-S. J : LoAICI.-AII received on deposit shall Invested in first real and In
on personal
; mortgage
? own expenses. May the, native to J"I. U; 1'urkve. C. Xxlnngton W.J.C,an,J.W.'tllO' r L' '. this State of at least moneys double the value,or In other ample collateral securities property, -* ** '< > C

: whom she is dished ,up Jot breakfast \ .Coroml J. C. Oreelcy.Coaniy i&iien. -iJllrs Plce'E-'ForUine. .$;.,\'P''It. j' ; RIAL EBTAT*.-This eonkiraUoa will act as trustees lor the purchase and aaI.'of real' estau-cr th. renting And*Jotf iit feAedy C/ :

U. U. T. H K. 'one :' _'' ., I"f .' and management estates and property. generally. _, .
I on the half shell be as earnest and devout tlorg. Kclls ..' '. "
:
Just Ices of I'eace-W. W, & .on. '.'. : -'t .:'j}r4 5 JAMES H..PAINE:, > SAM-L SPEARING joNAfHANCCREELEr.. GOUT
? a Christian as she is.- euinrnrralt, 0. F.Towuwnd. Hcnrr C. Xison. Jam sM. ;, ,.I t.. S President. Vke-1'retldcnt.' ': Treasurer GRAVEL, STRICTURES
Wilton, :. ''Phuppcn,' A. 11. Fbillp... W. L.Coell. ,..0\ ,,.1. DIABETES
} J.Wk ...1. ; .- S ; ; ..,,1'11.t-l II..5. DYSPEPSIA
Several }ears ago a hoj>eful }'6iin A liuesing Wm. Gordon, J. F. Uollins 1 .._: S ,
Uxnard. 'l. ..' .. .. ..,r .r : NERVOUS DEBILITY -
!
minister left for r I .' .1 _
these shores the Cannibal Purveyor Chus. P. Smith. '. : : ,. .. j J' '

:; ; ) Islands as': 'a missionary. Onarriving Inspector of Lumber- L. Moody.il. W.Cone. I'J/I 1' ;'( Jf ; .." ;V'S '. 'S ,. DROPSY
; J. I'no-.Jr. S1 Ictg;,l ".t i 1- ; ; ) .
: .; at the end ofJiis j journey, the C..n..tabl.0.' n. U.ys. S. WI Kin J. Smith,J. f 1 .' : : II.1E.\lI? : ES'I'i\rI' ]E. .. oj. fI NOK-RETENTlOr( ;.OR L'lCON1'INE1\a
,, AGAIN ,; _, or
TR.IUMflA'T II URINE
L; natives weighc'd'hirri andcut fa' : sljver J..Foibe*.James Lane J. II- Browu.CITV I 1 .' \' j .: .., JRItITATIONINFUMA1'ION.
j OR" .
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1 fOX.SALE ,T TBa OF THE
/ .: : ; .:.j', off his leg as a sample He came OF JACKSONVILLE. '. :i 5-' '.;. ..j.I\ ;"1 ', S .
REAL
r: : J home byah: next'boat, ahd is now M)'nr-PETER JONES. : ;i33,254 MAJORITY.S .. -!-- FLQRIDA SAVINGS. : BANK- AND' '. RESTATE;: '" EXCHANGE.:,
.
: Altll'nJlenA.. TUEBAUT, E. W.DEKXT. A.3. : BLAJDER'A'lD KIDNEYS
,.'l':1 tho tray.eling'agent. for a circus.. .. KUtJSELL WIli'rDO OL'8.WM.M.BQST- ;:: ; Ii' 1. .-. ', The1";Allen" property;one of'the7 finest resideness I In the State,with W acres of land,oa the shell road one ,

; LOVE' NEVADA. WIt.K. L. I FLKMII\O. JACOB flUFF.A. J. ; STATISTICS OF SWORN' SALES 'FOR 18735 mile from the post-office. Beautiful river front,boat-bouse,large grape vineyard, ion orange trees,handsome SrERMATORRHtEA

I IN -Some person at DE.\'CLEY.. .R. B. 1ICBBARD.' ,'V 5' S ; -..i- .. : t". ,. barn.&. House has 19 rooms finished throughout in the best manners Double piazzas. Will be sold at less ,
j it Franktown, Washoe valley! has"'ient Msn>hal- ].(OKTUXB: S than onhalf cost,on easy terms;to close an estate. ,
Clerk-W. II. CHKI8TY. Companies Sold la 1873., Companies. t. Sold in 1873. 1 A tract of 58 acres of land one mile northeast of the city,near the Uoncrief Spring shell road. '\V cI1located Leucorrhoea or Whites. Diseases

I 1 us a poetical ..effusion.jof whic.Uwe, Treiuurrr-ClIAa. FRIOKNBKRO., THE.SINGER. ._..-.__. _..., aja.44 American B. H.. ... ....bWhee for buildiag lots or market gardens.: Price f 17.50 per acre. Gb d/ tone in the BI W.r,Colculu.of Gravel the PmunM

V 'i.i .' give below twelve' lines- just to show Collec'or-l'UILIPVrALTEU.A'Mor-C. B. SIMMONS er & Wilson._,_.___ 119,180 B &Howe___._'j-i.___:. 'JQ19 .(fronting The"on Riverside the river.House House," Brooklyn contains 18 ten rooms minutes,in firstclass walk from order.the center Price,of including the city.furniture One-acre$ ..of ground,- dust Deposit and Mucus,or Milky Diachargc,or Bnck

L 1' ./ .f < to what a condition love may reduce Clerk (.(Market-WM. ARVIN. D flestic.' _:. ____ 40.114 Remington Empira.-_" 9, 83" Several houses and lots, well located in the city Jacksonville. gjotfSAVE -

;I ;. .a inao when green corns in season ? City Phj-sid iw-C DILE W,Jr. rover& Baker_?....> ___. 86. 79 .Florenceao6:3'' ; ,. '. .. '

: ". Thar b a guri in Washoe vallce. MASONIC.Kolomon Weed.___;_. _;- "71,6O Davis.__-_-_._...___,_... .8,861 .1.. ; KEARNEY'SEXTRACT

;.. ;Her giving name Is bailee, wikon;__ _;.__ .__- 'sts47< Victor... .-................. 7,446 .MONEY' SAVE'TIME! TAKE COMFORT
Tx>Jr.>o.JO-M. Bowe*. W. M.; Cbax. ; ,!
i1j., ; ; 1 wood I was the thing urn bob Eliot, Peel:; II. Koopman.' JUgular mtering. hove .ii in.HIM ILL i_iu._. No returns Blees......____.______ 30458 ', \ .': . : .

: .':" 1niideofcornwhattheyeaMiite1ub, 1st and 2d WfcJiie-dJtyn of cich month. 'I Gold Medal-w. .,..,...._....-,.,., 16,431 Secor.-.._-.___..., ..-J 3,430 : BUCHU
And ,'
i j" ( ft.1 r Kite I out could of the come old steemin Iron pot.hot Duval Lod.e 5o.? f.BV> gate, W. M.; B. H.Webster. WIlcox &Gibbt.-.-...'.;...._..-..._.. 15,881 tu.J; E r'" Sec.; D..a onus;Tylt-r. KepiUr meetings .
So tier ruby lips mite correll me L bl and 3d Mondays of.ch month. : Permanently cures Diseases. oit the
., I ..; ; And her Ivory teeth) mite shell me, / : .1! Jnckson vlUe Chapter No.U.R.'A.1I-J.- 8.DrllIge.M OUR 1. ': ;i' NEW ;
FAMILY MACHINEEmbodies .
While During whivh her puny nose could smell me, E. l1. P.; M.BowesSec ; D Jone*.Ouud. U g- plo .RT. ROYAL : .RRi: BLADDER. KIDNEYS AND DROPSI.
her
tune,so fcur and yung U'IMinu'iinfB last r rid iy of each month. ,

I. < War around about me dung. Damascus Commandery No. J-J. t}. Driggs E. New'and Essential P.Incfples-Simplicity of Const ruction:Ease of operadoni VniGrmity'ofPjcS 4 5, -. ... ,. 55. .,4. QAL SWELLINGS,
: : And the was a calling of me sweet. 0. 1*. C. Recorder. 1st Action Work Fine Coarse < '
Dawkins Regular meetings at any Speed:Capscityf or Range and Variety of or '
..j 1 ,' -l'irzia (-'rw) Euterfritt, and 24 Tuesdays of each month,' .-, J" "'LEAVING ALL. RIVALS BEHINP IT. J ; ..:, .. ': 1 't4 ; S .; .: N Exiting'tn men,women and children
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II .,J; ,AiJ. ENTERPRISING CITY EDITOR. STATE OFFICERS: -- --S .-r-55"i .: > S ., i r > : "

: ) Four hundred and seventy-seven per Grand Deputy Master-Master A.J. RnMeJI-I). U.Jacksonville.Omnd Wiiu! Tallahassee.r. 'TEST.THE SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING ANY" OTHE1L" S -; : :: ,;, OTICE"O:' TRAVELLERS.7Passengers ., ; NO ;MATTER WHAT THE AGE!

J. .soYis.who; met our city editor on :Ffi- Oraud Warden-E.P. Jordan.Fcrnandina., 5- --"...- .- .-S-
'. : .J Jr. Grand Wardell-I Wasgat,.!a<]teonvUle. .TERMS'.EASY.PAYMENTS LIGHT. : .,. i Prof Steel sas: ;.One' bottle of K arn--J's Fluid

.day; 'after the balloon .ascension, says Grand Grand Treasurer Hecretary--D.C.D. L.Davkina Oakley.M.Jrcksonville.ntlCf Uo.' .. ;..,H1": : :-T.I' '::::. : ': .,. _.5'5: '.1 'J,; '. .t'' ; ., ; .'. combined.Extract Bucho NO iI worth' more than all other Buchu
; the Cleveland Leader took .
fiendish .
'q a John r .. ., ,
rand Cblp""n-1lPv. Penny. .
delight in with! Grind Jones.Jacksonville. Besides the"WORLD'S .1 YOR.IT ." we keep.constantly on band a large supplyofCLARK'S i Close S Price One'
r r ,. l pelting Jim such Trlt.r-D"ld : : make'I. / ConnectioiiTHE .,:. .: 1J01lars. Dollar per Bottle,or Six Bottles for rift
\ .1 taunts as: "Fraid to go, wazzcnt DISTRICT DEPUtY GRAND MA8TKR8.l 0.N. T.SPOOL COTTON, four spool(Jtwcnt .flve cents. ." ; : :

.rj ye?", '.'DasselH go .inthe.b'loon l Din.'rlct-B. O.Alderman lIarlanna SINGER'S STANDARD MACHINE TWIST from twenty-five cents up-all sizes and colors,, ; :1 .... 5' : ::1 .- ,. DEPOT.
up ; U -. K<*Tes.Cbatttthoccbee. : '. : : 104. DUANE ST.,. NEW YORK.
.
Ii) 'dast ye ?" '?}'ore.l'd.beaco\vard," 3d B.'Tylor, Live Oak.' ACME MACHINE TWIST, 100 yard spools > for 23 cents; 50 yard spools 3 for,$cents.< l \,. ,. .,. .' _. -

:\ CLb" J. 8. Drlvg.'..Iscksonville. : : SINGERS. : ;LINEN AND FLAX THREADS, OILS NEEDLES &C., &C.'.. } A Physician in attendance to answer correspondence
.P tftnitum. He "denies the allega- 6'h" W. II. Long,Ocala. .. M; ,n .SAVANNAH : & CHARLESTON '" ,'.' and give advice&.

i :,' ..;! .tion and defies the alligators." He lith". Z. II. Mason Orange Spring. "> I M ViAND y "'. ,
.
7th. Frank Branch Tampa.8T..TEOFFlCB.80FORAKDCnA.I'TER ,. r. 'I ,
: 1
.1 dishes S 3"SKtI STAMP ,oa PAMFMLm. nn. $*
to say to all such evil-minded Co. -
K.A.M. The Singer Manufacturing :; .
tj ,persons.that he did go up in the bal- Grand HUb Priwt-W. Bowes,Jacksonville, ,

'i : lopifvyWle\ tlie concern was loafing ,Deputy. Grand High I'rieft-J. U. Driggs Jackson.wiU. No. 172. BROUGI1TOX ST., SAVANNAH, GA PORT; 'ROYAL RAILROAD;

i :" about the west side, before shooting G-sa4 Kg..4.OA3i1'rman.Marianna..- .__.. S TO THE
: 1 Orand Scnbe-D..C. Wilson Tallaha see.Oracd C. A. VOSBURGH; Jf 1Zfgti...
; over the lake he horse .
/ -
I -
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saw a '
'I running Trt..u"-'W..AI Jacksonville. t
1 ',;. away oo Detroit'street dragging after ODD FELLOW&Young GEORGE c. IV. FRAZIER. ,Agent,I ; .. For" Augusta: Atlanta, Chattanooga; Memphis, Nashville', Louiaulle; pncin- NERVOUS. AND, DEBILITATED

.v'': Fonda Lodge No. 1 J..W. JT.OV J. 100r7tf. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. nat!, St. Louis, Chicago and'all points North, SOuth, J a.t and "West..TRAIN .

? .hi&u.&man; a: woman and thirteen huff, R. S. Kcgulor -noetlng Whitney Tuesday; --___. T". -_--"- --.- _________ : OF BOTH SF ES.o .
: ':3 mall dilidr '. every .ESTABLISHED IN 1868. .', ., .". ,. '
would .
n. '
zitL S ; "
Suosingthey .
S .. 'S'S't" 4 f ; ,: : : ;: : .,
I .
TEMPERANCE 6OCIETIE8Donal : !. j S -.t : 5 .. ,. : ,. CHARGE
) all be killed; and this would make a '4. :t. ,1 ; .. LEAVES '' ",A.'M;: FOR ADVICE AND CONSULT -
; DAILY."I\'r
Division No. 1-Henry Kan. N..P.: Oeo. : 9.30 : A 1O1H-
i' .'J 1 more exciting "item" than the balloon W. Frazier. R. 8. Regular mertiugs every, Thursday ''1 T7' : : : : '1.ff '. '
: PERCIV'Afj ; .. '
i\
affair; nIght,t Odd Fellows' Uall. ; : r, '
jutnped'out being only ;
1.\ 4 \ < '
J Jacksonville LoJ .of Good Templurs No. 1-B.F. .,'j J..J. : : PissENcits: HOLDING TICKETS BY" OTHER' LIE CAN GET THEM D."J. B Dwrr graduate of Jefferson Medica
abonFHair mile up. "GuiHTngnhis.descent Ward. W.C. T.T B.A.Bfttsing.W. K.8."M et every 3. I .5 5 S ; ", .'"";hd"". ,' Codege Philadelphia,author of sencnj valuable works,

: 'i 'with-f consurarnate i skill The Wednesday eulng in Hoe/s Hall(5d fl.). ; ,UOESSOR: TO j. H. CROWELL. 1 '\.\)... : I'; .E.XCHANGED"(thereby. avoidiug.delay In Savannah) AT. can be consulted on all diseases bf tf.e Sexual ar Urhv ,
t D 1 KeMue LoeIII Ko. 2,1 O.Go T.J Jaik)" ") ary t rpans, (which be bas mode an especial ktudy)

1' alighted squarely I upon the top of..St'.Malichi's -B. 1IV Urbt r.'W.O T.; C. M.one ,.W. B. 8. -'ioi YiOVfT fi '.;! 'f. : either In male or female,no matter frvm .hat cause orIginating -
Meet tV Ty tvrnl&c at Orov II*I, Mir the shell : ;ttBryR'EN'Si TICKET .. : -OFFICE : or of how iong standing.- practice of
.l, church steeple. Pausing a road WAge. !". .- S !i! a J. ': . rears enables him to lTea diseases with success. Cures 30
-
t! while to get his breath, he then FIRB& DEPARTMENT. 41st S .' w.L.f.t, .j-I"; | '. ;, uaranteed.[ .Charges_nable. These at a distance

: "shinned down Cbi.'BirtDHr-l4111f11 TL not1. .,.. ; ; ':. 21 BULL STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. can Lrward letter describing Sjmptoms and enckwae
the steeple 'and stamp to
t Asslsiaot-Joseph Martyck8t S +) I ;. > ; pay postage
'
I 'j went about his business. He was >-am Fir Engine Mccbani '_Thos.J.MUtt,Pot*- S .r : .
man. w. '- : __ a J1 ; :1 <" ':1 . : SeaAbrdteCmUrt.ffe.aA. Price loe.B.
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,.- : :' back on the east side within an hour.We jElna Rtefcm Fir* Engine-Wfllism Bay,Foreman. :' fj' __ -t'.4T' STRICTLY' INFORMATION '
I ihc Alert Host No. 1-C.C. VandMyrlff. Foremen.Phoecii -/> : ./ is.'.: A'i' ; :. :.-RELIABLE FURNISHED.st .-
i hope above 'j ,
; i'"i.L"tI'A .
will 1)0satJ No. A1. J. .. DYOTT M. D.
r. hose 1- Ruse 1,Foreman. 55 'J.-K. _ _ ; .. ,1' .. ,
factory. Ameiicus Hook and;.Ladder Co.-T. A. Wilson S .r" "" .
J : .' ; st
:
1 Foreman. i. ': / ''oS" ':1.i.;, S DAILY' P42ERS'Frrnthe'foJlowingties Physician and Surgeon 104 Duane Si,N.Y.
: iHqw TO MAKE MISCHIEF. J. BIIcx&D. 2. a--.I- 1 tt .". i : > : .' t; "
.
-K.eep ,
'it O. Ambtt.1 Binldng.Ujuse Bay street,T.H.Uazey S 1 'i on file every day, TREE EVERYBODY. : Boston,

I. r. ; "your eye on your neighbors. Take Cashier. ; I". -SHr '-!. f.,,". DEALER IN. ; New. York, Phil de1phia',' Balt1.uore,'San' Francisco, Chicago j .DROSPEcTUSS

t care of them. Do not let them stirwithout For'ylhstsJss..t National.Bank K.Shoemaker of Florida,corner cashier.of Pine. ,and r '. :" St; Louis, Cincinnati,1 and'many'others'1. X: 01ThE

; watching They may do, Florida Stvings Bank. Ocean .street J. II. Paine r. 'e- : :.- ---.l-!: : .'..i.. -.: .d. S .' ..J" NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALDS

: "t, something wrong if you do. To be President J. C. Oneley Secretary. BOOTS, SHOES. ,. LEATHER ; ., : ,....;". Q141ck, :Time. ,andSurcC0nnectfons I ;: via the Port Royal Railroad, ..
HOTELS. ,
: ". "
,' .5pt)youjfiTeverkhew them to'o any Grand Na'l thing very ad, but it may bop your Pin 1.. lTt>rieU>r. '- ,: : ',.J" S. PlIOPRilTOS.
I
Metropolitan., Nf Mn Mreot Bear hay, *.,B.Toeni : : ,: ; AND FINDINGS,1; A; O.HUSSEY.l J>'-Vi ii U. ;i .-M. ''L JNO.. Wl:jHOWELt: -
; 4i account they have ..not. Perhaps if it '
1-4: : Proprlnor. J ', J ., I ',1 ... 1 Broadway and Ann Sired
j ; j .had not been for your kind care, they OOBHU House, Ocean street, near Bay, Mis.: 0. L'nfRnptwi. ,
Pro .'- WILL'KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND \ The WEEKLY HERALD is
rtl'tn'tI. published Sat.
every
t S. W ttn1ghhave) disgraced, '.tbeID el "es\ .a.long Florida Hom,corner Fotrrth and Cedar street : '-' : 'H.USS'EY'HOW'Etj'L": ; nrday at live cents per copy. Annual subscription
: .
W. E. :
time Therefore do Stockwull.Matiacer.FEDERAL price:-
ago. not L
., :A LARGE 'AND WELL SELECTED STOCK; ". ;: One Copy, .- '
.relax any effort ,to keep them where OFFICERS. t. ..' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. DEALERSINBoOts Three Copies, .e :.. 1 J

: they ought to be. Never ColU-ctrV' of Cu 'ADAPTED t '.' : .' Five Copies .
.. : mind your tom-J. R. SCOTT. ESPECIALLY. TO. CITY AND COUNTRY RETAIL : Ten .' ,..
Deputj CollHCtor C. W. HLKW. Copies t
: .
*
/ p .
own business-that will take -: SHOES
of .
care TRADE "
Inspector of Ouotomn-C HIOGI: 8. J five
cenis
'.I L i/ij I' -Th-, .' .S '. 'f. '. '.. : Postage per copy for three mcndts.S .
itself. There is a roan: passing along- Pe tmkter J. a. ADAMS. : I. : .,, ... Any larger number,addressed to names of subscnhien
Collector of Interns: R."D"..-.l A. KNIGHT.SirvevorOeoernl And strict atteniioo to business and the of the will endeavor merit share '
: by : wants public, to a of their pationage.S : $' each. '
beds looking over the fence-besus- -J. W. GILBFBT.U. _ .4"'i', : : r ,', I. : ,LEATH.ER, .& FliSJDIN.GS;. n An extra copy will be sent to every dub often

i4' .piclouit of.hiru ; perhaps ,he cootem- U, 8.Ougeri-TILOLMcMlUL&Y.. '. .' .;. '. ,' GOODS SENT ,BY AIL AND ,EXPRESS ..r _i- '1) :. : ,I'., : ; Twenty copies to one address, one'year, $25., and
number the
; .plates 8. CIRCUIT.COUBf.Jadge : : !. . ," any larger same price...
stealing Of these > '
dark < "
sonic -
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I : ::, j . To all parts of ihe State. ._'- ; Two extra copies will be sept (a clubs of rtenxy.S .

;: .1't:! nights ; there is no knowing whatqueer.Xancies. PHILIP-J. B. C FK. DKEW.'8KR.Attomer S AT THE. OLD STAND. cOR.B'iYin4OCEANSTS.' JACKSONVILLE FLA. '. ; .'"' .I-stC "A-coniplete' assortment. 'of NeW'York. and. Philadelphia fine publication These rate make in the the WEEKLY HEKALO the. cheap
; "
"'' country. ,
: N have into his M.r>hal.CUVANT.. I Goods always on hand! Terms cash in
may advance. mail will be
gone : Clerk-PHILIP WALTER. ,. 5 k / : at the risk of the sender. Money. sent by.

I head. U. S. Register. in D-Ulkruptc"PFRA8ER. J.; HNORTON.Attorney.Law- and Notary. Public. ,' 5' S. H.' :'KOOKER.t .1 Tf .' '. ''Sole'i''aeferits'.; in1' Jacksonville for Samuel :Dunbar & qosMisses' A generous portion of the WEEKLY HEB ALD will te
If find of '' 4 appropriated to Agriculture, Horticulture.Floriculture
you /
any symptoms anyone i. .r ,
'
L t -J- L.. / I and ;Children s Fine Shoes. Pomology and th of domestic animals.
u
management
t; 'pa iog out of the path of duty HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES.yri ."1 jl'' '.: NORTON &. KOOKER? 1 r :i.II' "f *: !iii : *'. :-; .;,. '. ,'* .( '' 'A1'1 '. Particular attentfen will be paid also to Reports of lbs

\ : :'j ttcll every one else what you see, and j r \ .' .t .-U. ".". ..' ? ,' .Goods, sent by iI.'o. !;expressto;.all partsof.the.State.BATSTMCT.jACXSOHVnXK.FLOUDA : ; Markets.' be (
i..nu
.t .r ..4 \ 4 I DEALEESIN The.I to'make the WEEXLY HSEALD superior -
.n4
::1.t be particular) ,to, we a great many. 1 OCEAN HOUSE; ", : :' ; ,. "''::... S I to any ether agricultural and fiuniry. newspaperin .
t :: l..F :
.. : : 'S"ttflt :
; Bay r..Laura..l ilso."rz'llt ..F.ID. '
., It is a' good circulate such THE. ,s-.. REAL E S'"rT"AI .T. a S the country.

: ', way to :. ._ : : 'J. ,. .t..J 11 ., ." '. ,; "I .. ., '.p ., I Every number of'the WEEKLY HEXAU will contain
.t' -: things, JliDijglLJruuay_ ..nQLJfiDjefityburbejf .. ', .. ... : a select story and the,latest and most important news
0 L..P tiJ.I. AUGUSTINE
: ,: ,
t JACKSONVILLE S Ft4 from all hour
\t. .OF .Alt ; ;' by telegraph parts ol world up to the
t .' I or,ajjr one elsejiarticularl) y. S .. . :': ., : :! KINDS, -. '. ofpubiicaticau thtw.. ..
I i I Do S : : i-- ,){( ''J During the session Congress the WEEKLY HEXALD
Jcep .something is i '
S going-silence Centrally joeated and.first-class in,all iu sppointmcnts GENERAL INSUR'ANCfi 'AGENTS representing the 'following S 2.1L. A THE SCHOONER will contain a summary of the proceeding*and the Ia&est' ,
< :
IT :1 ; .com- Dealer In MuTmeryy W'' Dress dooda of all
: Ficy
a.dra4ulthng though! !it was.said DeWS by telegraph from Washington Political Religious
\ ,
will remain the Summer months ,
j. : J: there was stlence ;Tn heaven for the open, during" ; panics : .': vi ";, "' ._. S kinds., Keeps. constantly. on hand the.,latest,,styles of,,. *Fashionable Artistic Literary tad Sporting
5" \ ; "i : ,. MagnoliaWul
< .;: 5 I. : FRANKLIN, OF,.rHILA U assets o(over Intelligence; Obituary Notices Varieties,Amusements,
:! : f .' spacc.pf .half:an hour do not let'a'ny ,TRANSIENT HOARD z. :. .. I ". : AWltht, ( :: .,: .; HAJSAND.. TRIMMING ." T_ Editorial Article on the prominent topics-_of the day.a .
CONTINENTAL OF NEW .. .,, ,
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< YORK. .p.n :.1 : review of the Cattle and Dry Goods Markets F"maa.laJ
; such.\ in.lt on earth \\t I Ip : J ff I' make regular trips i .
occur wouy fine"assortment .. and Commercial and of important
intelligence accounts
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MANHATTAN' : Abo.Drew a ClI.'Kt ; '
I PER DAY PER OF NEW;:YORK, f I V between
k be toulnuci h for this mundane |s or fro, JVEEK. ; .tS7:000.000. Jacksonville : and Interesting events of(he week.
sphere. S s: LOvEs ,tl -S ,'. ,,St.rAugustina. The HEEALO employs in the nor
( no country
.1 i PENN QF. PHILADELPHIA. : | agents
'If/;/ after all'your'watchful Very reasonable arrangements made with permanent 5-, .,, :, .. .. 1 Freights 'low ratol in
1 'I. : l care, you o.5 S J. .t ''. ..,... h.l. .;' ; .,' .t distant cities to canvass for subscribers as none ara.
b ri. : I. "- < '-w also lUiassortinent'of' ;" 'For freight'or passage necessary. Any person pretending to be an agent for
cannoUj au.tl\ing; out:of the. in LOANING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND 'CONVEVANCING A Very.CHE.AJ. ,a .
\ way : the WEEKLY HERALO should be treated common
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: MRS.:C U: BUFnNGTON ; '. tJ U; : ; I. ;: : apply to ;
anyon.e; lop. y'besureiit is not because .. -. .-', ,I'. SPECIALTY... Y.; ; .iHlTE GOODSHavejustrecc1vedaneIotof S Jacksonville;Fla., swindler. The club system has abolished the agency
1874 >' i. .i'r; .-- 'l.'i i. ,,.. S S system- Itissaeandchcap.
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they'hav: not done anything JacUonrlUe_. ._.. ..; May. '.i..-.'. ; ; ,: : t We give below a few.of the many choice'places for sale by us : j Cto 'JAMES'COSSV TIIe'priccoIll1b1c ptioa. whenever practicable

bad. ; .I perhaps' fn..an unguarded mo 5 ,. 5-6tf .- : &.ulUlt e.Fla. should be transmitted by Post Office Orders. It to the.
HOUSE No. '). Twxtory house on Ashley street,near St. No. 105. TJunlawton Plantation: on Halifax HFW. HA'riti: ii 'NS1;; CREXAlNES 'RiN K safest mode tnuwmicdag money by malt.,
ment.}oil JQSI, sight of them- lf1ro MELtONVILLF. James Hotel pleasantly situated. In one of the best seven miles north of Mosquito Inlet at Port Orange;' .- At small Post Offices in the country where Post OCr
out hintj that'they Letter than : netgtborboodsinthecity; house is new' ,with six rooms. 1,100 acres, ','SO acrq rich hammockf lying one mile: S '1Am jNEcIIkLuEs :- I: Percale,shirts "nice,at uckya.1. fice Orders cannot be obtained money may be remitted _
arc.no I plenty of closets/and good 'ivant ( room; lot sK* from river: 50 acres high, immediately in R.eg Let&ers. .
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thcy should be, that you *hJiild not lELLO VILLE. ORANGE COUNTY FLA.' 105 feet, good fence good sidewalk, and th* street the river bank having front of about one fourth mile, Tb, Twill. -UCOFFINS_. ...ti1IY. pk'"; 'U1I'. : n. ;Fi'cOLCORDV:: ; f. Adyertisemeail a limited number,wit be Insertedin
shelled In bearing a fine lot of with large house it JjT : .
; i; young orange two-story,frame rooms needy & ,' .
4- wonder \(\\.e'1' >cope! found out:Svhat 1 "" ( : .- ... .', trees; flowers and thade trees growing thriftily1; good finished;house commands view of the rverct ocean '..Li..... ,.., ?! .. ;Price of DAILY HSKALD, four certs a copy. Annual
: .\iey'.wf: e'-; ftcr' a iutle"wliHe' ,. thenahey well,withflowering pump on back porch, which' U' covered with, and'is surrounded'with Urge,bearing, orange trees;i .AND.UNDERTAKERS.Jr :', S : subscription price,lit.always in advance.
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Successor to'Hida buslaesa : .
vines. Will! be sold cheap. some. 75'.to too in number good well,and a cistern and Skin of: ]
not .hbld their 1ds's0 5"S**? I >! / 'SS ,;?:d.:? HITE Proprietor. that holds : : Wrt| the address on letters to the NEW You HEBALD -
may high. N. B. To capitalists desiring a big thing" there i.aoo gallons in yard: thoroughly;ditched :" ; V'T" A! '1 fI'AlC' -" ': \ 1.)r."c .4 ,in a bold and legible hand and give the name of
and drained canal ;
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; sugar-house running the
Is fine lew thousand dollars to ,. ,
Kecp.il; gojng, anJsorpepne; elsejuay .5 a opening Springfield river for 1 .: ; I each subscriber. of Post Office,County and State M
of Immense of .
transportation "
quantities 1BURIAL
EXTRAS, will go a great way just now For particulars'enquire crop; livi CASES; ( ,:" n. plainly that no.errors In will be BabUi tnoccur.
take the hint and .begin to help 3V.W'TR1BUNE Norton& Kopker,corner. ocean. and. Bay streets.. wild orange tn.es on the place: the soil is simllai to the, .. ; S '."-Ba 1.1&rec18; I .' mailing papers S
you . best sugar lands of CuDa 'to which'it is fully equal; ;- AND'' S ., ..., 5-40tf
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along after a whlg-) )un there will II (, "No. 74. A HANDSOMS RSSIDKKCB FOB SAL .-SU limestone j is abundant. This place la.reaIIr one of the 'J 1 -
:No. HlajInion.'Ellioa 'Lov 'e O'FF.I'N .
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be music XXI.'hItDeJ, ; I large rooms and kitchen double bay window on the choicest places In Florida,and was known. as such before :. S-: S Highest.cash,prieev laid for Hides, Skias, Furs,! 'T. uab and valises at Bucky's. .
will Marsh !
andevcrything work LtConte etc ,etc. 1 .' jN west.Urge double parlors, double piazza on the south, the war. ' 'I ru 'Oll" .S V _'f' ", '. ',, 7..185W17 j '. .
t ? lik:a charm commanding one of the finest views in Jacksonville; : .- .
. XXUr, Bayard Taykir. .(Letters from Egypt windows filled with four lights of 40-inch glass and bung N. B.. Do you' wane s'"snug 'winter'te. with ) SALE'AND' FEED STABLES I ORRIS j&.flZiAtYNSKI, I
.. I., 7.j: ," I ----- .-. aad Iceland in sheet form ony.). with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees'Ud flowers,in Florid? You can get a' 1LJ.VF.It\ :M r
& -- floor,with blinds: all casings are finished with mould. beautiful lot, 70x156 feetLn-Spdoge1diilgh and i r .
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4 : th ROUEN I. No.:XXIII. Tynian.Huiley-.OwenMcCosh; I ing and oiled and varnished making beautiful finish scetUng healthful,and within ten minutes walk ot the post-offic 'S S .!
high,watts hard-finished open stairs, double on which to make It,for las. For particulars enquire AUCTIONEER. ,
:i i JIaveopea d*first-das glass front doors monk l"ck on every door in house Norton Kooker. '
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A. mail, postpaid, U *be t 10 .canu china closet store-room plenty elofhes-preties.batb- . > .. .
SHAVING SALOON each; la'*'''', so"'.; room! hip roof-with'cupola; from which a charming N }. A tract nIBS acres.fioacres cleared hamrockland "- AND5.5. -
: .*, view U to be had of the the river and surrounding ; SeetonSJobo'ser-twomflewes I oLigis '
FIFTEEN EXTRAS FOR .. CIty. : AQ1thESIItDIES' : '
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three I loti,maklPIIS1aq'Ceec'aoodwdl. lacksonviJe. .This to one of th most desirable river ,
it.z: comer tt Pay and Pin street*.'*-he all the modern Se4 '(or full'catalogue; 'Itb.oIeacb nun:' young country shade: tree.tirtd; naif a mile from post-offics. fronts in the vicinity of Jacksonville. Will be.divided. *. .
appli wed fey the best sak-jns In the can if desired. AND GENTLEMEN'S R'OBES.EkBALMING .. '
he found.f ' + country M "-' ) .A'ddresi: .For sale'at a bargain. DONE WREN REQUIRED. ; 4 : ) '4arAD.kiD.ot merchandise, d-i on ceosljnment -

.- Li l Tlckctt cntUUnc the barer to.!gkt ihoves Ibr sale "TH-E TRIBUNE,New Vort No. 96. -A large' two story house with ten Urge No.146. .SI* tam en Arlington river, s-dM .ALS9 and sold at auction or pnvaM sale.
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LTV j.Jtt I'M; tgbi| shaves,hair cutting uxl shampooing rooms: thoroughly builtand finished In first-rate style Florida Home,containing the old vineyard. For taj. S ; '" II I. .
_ ... ,'.. with twelve feet ceilings: one acre of ground covereJ aC a harpl. "" -- : .MARBLEANDiMARBLEIED, e'besfaQd' 9-E9tf oif
I 3 .J'fO CENTRAL SALESROOMS Every'description zoodi enwated to EM
THE' with fruit trees and flowers: pleasantly located'within can b*found at the Stable of the undersigned 'near.the. .
five minutes walk of the railroad depot. Price fio/x ; No. 147.. MmOl'Ot.rru Is SLATE. LA:,ZELS. Florida Home,comer of Cedar and Forryth, will be disposed of it .
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. 1.: V T'ijO; { .1'.VAV RN, V' .4,500 down,balance on long ta. .If desired. ., ..*. a centrally first AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION tenni.Strovg. BEST FIGURE .
No. acres In Orange county j one mile from MANUFACTURED .
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_.; F.. 1 have tUs -crturtertr the Steamor OCXLAWAHA HOUSE. fJ MelonvUle.oo- Price, f 5 per acre., terms. apply' 'Norton. '.ft.Kookcr.j'ii ... J 'I ,J ; TO; ORDER'. .'r hauling purposes alwsys on hand...; < -

to C,pt/:KOB'T. DAKDISs'TU beat or 'L'; 'K'i* < ; i>.'"' ;; ., _S_ 5 ... 1 -.- ,. .' ; \ND1tL' : ; to the owner and prompt and accurate marm m d' .

-.clf.. otl! llrcv MiM fur ur debts t*.IllaJea Bay Street near Laura. Call on or'write to iK.'and. state your'-wsnui,.- .'l"i.'t: .- !,, ia>,itttuO! < ",':, r.oja: ; loW,: .IJ.JI; .... d:' ., "CAL'VIN'O\It. .\ I S'S i .;,; ';; r .. 1 '.. .
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_ FU. Septfat ,:*< ">' SALE SATURDAY. ; .< .VWtonatw'Tlftlccqe. J.ateacpapm01lfilc. wv-- .I' twjtps Jk.c'vU1.rtorl4L' n: .. S : TacksoBruTs.FU'iI ,
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