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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 24, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00029
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VOL. II. ., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 'SATURDAY: MORNING PCTOBER :' :" 'd 0' .
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THE ,NE\V SOUTH. control of the Jacksonville, Pensacola not Georgia as now. Firm to this one I PROFESSIONAL, CARPS. ftc.TSL ., HOTELS: AND, BOARDING. 'BOUSES. : '. r' OHOCKRIES., : ; -"i: IIF'"" -I i
AND PROVISIONS.JOHN ., RAILROADS AND STEAMX&S.. :
.- and Mobile Railroad, ,such as getting purpose, M. S. Littlefield has stood .. .

; :: ED E\"ERV wr.n.'fESDAY. .AND a Receiver appointed in their.interest, almost alone, contending against. J. A.. AIcMANUS OCEAN HOUSE ... ,"I
nSATURDAY. CLARK :
ACKSONVILLE AND
PENSACOLAI ,
&c. &c. and as madam THE ,
rumor has
Screvcn & Co. backed
the Savan
by 'Receotfj Baltimore ) MOBILE RAILROAD CO.
sBsaJPnON: of J 1't
tEEMS OF i it again, aiding and abetting with the nah interest, while the newspapers of J 1.' FORWAkDINGS Jq' ..
1. '....1.1'.mall "bMn"ben. I.sopcl'amnlla.J ; HOMEOPATHIC J cK.;oNVILLE. FtJL. S On and after SUNDAY.' MAY tnlas t'
> 1-" h.oo each: and aD U1ra cop)' holders t of the Florida State bonds, to Savannah never fail to i PHYSICIAN, 17 laMa .
copls continually ,
will ron as(fallow:
recdftd.*ODe*""', # '' l. '
f be:::cvc1y dub i .cleD get the Jacksonville, Pensacola and publish every manner of abuse in the' S : LID S 'J f
,
.nil HM located 1m O& SP
'il subcribn ,a per annum Ten Jackaacwillc. *' ud raldac C mraOy loOxod and first-das ta a& itS appointments ASSENGER TRAINS WEST ( t.FOR.l
"szL I'. I' j1wemY cope.. .60. F"y topIL Mobile Road out of the hands of the most reckless manner, a sample of -ilooroe. aZt. betweea Lwraand Pine streets i la COMMISSION, MERCHAN.T. SAVANNAH AND TL1A5USf.1 .1
.15 &be r.r cl1l.HCDdcnc bouxiinK-bouse. wtH remain during the Summer months .
open
p iidI present owners, and thereby transferthe which may be found In the News of' 9-e6cf ,- -. .. .. t
10L4 LeaYtack1onvth.4opa4 at. .. -
: ..
the 'S .,* DUuaI1" : ______ .... a.p
RATES: ownership of Jacksonville P the of 4 -
.ADJ.ER77S/XC nsatlla 7th October, in a communica-I c.&.. TRANSIENT ,, ':51 I
KOBncsoM. J.w. BOARD .
wornttr. --
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jiWZZE1.\.f'OIl per lnch'CCJlts.or*tM.first laKnio : and Mobile Ioadfram Florida tion signed by J. C..H., a sickfy ,correspondent Att"ytLwv> U.&.Coiat. ." Notary Pubfc.C . :ROCERIEoi. ,. PROVISIONS.., GRAIN. 'Arrive L&.keCty at Live QaL&50- 7:10'and SJO EP3 .. I.

-.bMquc'SperinmorICII,6rst t DfliOl 50 inIcrtIo*: each. to Georgia.. AU this proves several The whole communication L. ROBINSON & CO., t* PER DATer 'io.PELWEEK.? ; : 4 .HAY _? ,SEGAR_S. JCVSole Leave- Mo Madison' ''CeU.--, :;--- -a 6-.*.*_

"_1ICId er ... 73I cenlS.l facts: First, the sagacity of the At. exhibits, a: want;of.any generosity k.A1L Very reasonable. arrangements1 made with permanentJoantov : Agent*for Florida forlAverQt'sChenkal < ,*..* TaUahasseo..,_ _-U__:,__ *JO-730" i "" ,
R ESTATE'ANDXNSURANCE n. ._ ..
NIIP"$,to cent.per Ime.Twu l lantic and Gulf Railroad company, in towards Florida. say the least of it. BROKERS i. i '. .: -\1': .:,. t, : Arrive"'at-0aauaIMI0c"r. ) S $'top_ ,. :I

: CASH in.CARRUTH ADVAKCB.ADAMS. Ii: CO.. estimating the'immense value of the How,evrr Florida nor her people could Agency New The Yoriu Minhartan, .. life. Insurance. Company. .of S : 'r. MRS. C.L.Bt1n1NPTON.. ,, .. Paint.Bad PASSENGER, TRAINS ZASTIDAILY FROM i

A4QeIa lacbaowlUc.Florida. Jac ksonville, Pensacola and MobileS expect otherwise from'a' sickly Geor- Aaeu$9oo9,4L3..: l1adiYided' 1IIIf1IIuI11, z,66&,6atg.ai.s& .. s. ija4.2cHTmeMayIa..Isl4.v : : .',' r.y: -. .: White's. Patent Money Drawer TALLAHASSEE) FOR SAVANNAH ,
: .. AND '
Road, when completed and S gian and citizen Savannah, as itis '. ; "., ". AaatiJr 'S S JACKSONVILLE.LeaveOtatrahotr t

-- The Atlantic and Gulf R. R. control of that company to Savannah, i not uncommon in 'these days for iN.: .BETTES-, J 'MELLO I ;JIQ.U ,' i .,-, <> :-STBAMB LIZZIE. BAKER at -'<, .'. .. Qulncy "-" r" ..-' : 4:10.SaoJ ..'' a :.!

to Georgia and to the Atlantic and those who are the benefitted to'abuse J :.; ; .. S > .", ;:., 'L 'TOLVsU::' ." f.n.h.1 :; ,. .
.
Editor New South :-In your issueof : .- ;; *{ :Ms. -wMELLONVlliE. ".,,,,,J : -Mcdr.n.: 4-,. '1.\\<.
Gulf Railroad Second it the benefactor. :PHYSICIAN A'ND' _' '. .' ,. '. .
company SURGEON { m .0;. ,'r": : "Ior- 7
I find an article, copied ; ... ,, :; ORAKGE:,to: N' .FLA.So5iy +> U 'Ji1 'I r- .. >"
the Jth ; LnvOakTRAINS _
,1. tad .
and > .U F.
a :
shows the fact that the Atlantic ; 410 R 9=so
Savannah ..
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Advertiser which well knows where her interests .. .. .. J. ii ,. -.h'J.I..l ; : ;v 'B t ;:= H... Lak. ..... # I<
Savannah J YDIc''J'a.'N .. :iMa"--.li. a tC itJ SSO. u.rs lL
the '
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J--; its ,. ,,__ ,_ ,.
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from Gulf Railroad have f. : 1t..iII..I
lost all -
lie .. .
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the subject of the Atlantic company and hence she seeks to Ofncm Hoozs-From S till 9 a. and sa tills p.m. ... ; 4 .' ; -r J 1III4. .;- j'tO ..
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treats uIon of their I. I. HITE; pMISCELtANEOUSL \ ,: FROM NEW 1OR. J ;JS..u.t. 401S '1 < 1
101.
Road. The article, at this hope ever completing road control the main contributor the Jack. Omcx AJTD RBSIPIJSCB! Corner Ocean and Monroe S : :
'
:
Gulf -
and certainly pertinent and except they can first control or destroy sonville, and Mobile Road, and this streets.-- 6-7-60 tva-i. Bay Street.JackKmvilTtJTorida.pAJRBANKS : ,TO ST MARKS:
is : very S
crisis, orgiar.-and the Jacksonville, Pensacola and Mobile cannot be done unless M. S.,' L tde- S S (Tuesday Tbundayt and Satardays.)
from a especially .
coming whose interests are more Road, or in other words, preventits f field can be gotten rid olin some wayor D AER & :iIARKENS, ) ,Leave TI.I.I ioss a.,
one *rveatSt.Mark .
j identified with Savannah, i further progress westward ; and in any way,.hence the very unkind ; r. I a Lca..SLab*- -12:51't II: t

particularly{ is well timed and third, the fact isevinced most clearly, and uutnd.fiu/mention made of him STRICTLY WHOLESALE GROCERS, 'PRINTING. : :": ,. .. '! vmu IH Arrive at Tallahasse. -.- ,

tbe article very that the State of Florida Jacksonvilleand ...,,! f. : ., ;
ihows that the writer possesses more S by the' sickly correspondent of the ,JACKSONVILLE,,FLA... : > .' GROCERIES ,AND PROVISIONS, ROBERTWAIXEL Receiver...Ce X SoptH. '
other interest within ,
the THE
besides the every News above referred to, at least so far NEil- SOUTH .. L. KAGEE.Asa'Supc S1" ,
ordinary! sagacity ; 43-Goeds Sirannah and Charleston .. .. .
thin at prices.N ;
writer exhibits a candor that is cer- State will loose by just so much as the as Florida is ,concerned ; 'for she has 4 JD1 .' '. J ." u. ,.. .. ,", .- >AY STREET JACKSONVILLE. 1 : ,.

commendable. He treats Georgia interests will be the gainerby not yet (so far: as heard from) paid JOB 'AND .BOOK SPRINTING. .. A G., & W. L T. CO.S RA1LROAD,4

Uinly whole very subject with a seriousnessand getting the control of our road one dollar by any act of M. S. Little- ORTON & KOOKER, S r r. .4 .' ,Always keeps on hand hi., : > '-i- -.: ;

the an earnestness which the impor i into their hands and a hundred foldmore. field, and,present indications are 'that REAL ESTATE DEAl EKS, Cofaer Ocean: and Bay ESTABLISHMENT: .. HAY, CORN, OATS, BRAN GROUNL FROM *i ".". 4--3 .:

the demands, afld shows This, "Mr. Editor, may appearto she never will, but upon the other strveu,Jacksonville, Florida. .. FEED, PEAS, CHICKEN FEED. FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KITS. .'- ;
case
of ,
p ,' 4 ,
lance the and td those who Money loaned on ReaI''Eatate leC1JJ ty. General S' PORK .
unreflecting, hand M. S. Littlefield is likely to LARD BACON..SHOULDERS .. -
conclusively that he is posted in yet Lire and' Fire Insuracce Agents and dealers !a PineLands cone SOUTH cooas ItoiTH.eaov. "
most l look not wisely into the future weal l become the St te's benefactor' by re Plantations,&c. Springfield suburb a ape ahy. The proprietors "prepared to execute orders ''forwry r Arran. -*>
regard to the true condition of that Correspondence solicited. 3-3810 description of. . ,..,i. ,, 'HAMS.FISH Fepa..r.- 5Ga. ... '
7.15p.
of ourState'a best
interest .
as being .,,_.
and states most emphatically turning to the State her bonds and FLOUR. <"1. T-3S saa,: ,'.
toad ;
,
exaggeration. But, Mr. Editor, as her : sIdwLsI--- ojBoarv. 5.50! >' .'
that upon the success of the Atlanticand completing road from other than & ARTHUR: A. BIRNEY,' 'PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL. PRINTING.' : JlOIINYJ.lEAL.RICE.: 5' ---9:3*ie. 1aiarStaik. .. I
Road depends the prosperity you have queried, Screven, HaInes r State resources. \VM. .. :,K. HECKER'S FLOUR.. FARINA, ._. --aa:" ad 'I, : .

Gulf & Co. succeed then how about Flori- BUTTER CHEESE, APPLES ONIONS ville. "_ISO_._ UJO,_. ._. .'
-s ATTORNEYS BUSINESS ; '
If Savannah. The writer throwsout ; Such as CARbS, "< Artier .. 3:10pm 9.49 ,
( da ? I will tell you -in short meter : THE WAY WIN.-An hour's ..- .. ; POTATOES SUGARS SYRUPS, BronsoCedar .. 3.S3 tG4.R !
hints that the TO !' .
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some pretty strong VISITING CARDS; : :.MOLASSES COFFEES, Keys 6:30 6:30 ,
Florida will become the Peninsula STREET NO.
of r talk with lukewarm 4 330 ,
past management of the Atlantic and quiet a neighborwill TEAS, COCOA, CONNECTIONS. ",. r !

Gulf Road has 1/0/ been what it ought Georgia, or Grorgia'sHorn ; to be do more to arouse him to an WASHINGTON CITY. WEDDING' ,' .CARDS. '" ,, J _.: '" SNUFF, At FERNANDINA.with Steamer Oty Paint firtxa ,
under the complete control of her S BILL HEADS, J OILS SOAPS Charleston and Savannah.Mondays at 4 a.at.;steaaM* (
of ,
the ,
,
earnest
to have been, or might have been ; support Republican party '.; Dictator from ChaHaton and Savaaaah Th.rsUays U '.Iit.z 7

bet the writer thinks that there is now body politic and every other way, said P than a dozen stump speeches.. Mass- B. C. DREW, .LETTER. H ADS.'i. : STARCH,' TOBACCO. 4 a. m. With steamer Undo Baker from Savannah : .:. ,'I ,I
WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS. BruuswickS St. fL_ fcr"
and Mary's. Mondays at
:
for nought, become a hewer of r ;
so time to quarrel over the past ; that meetings impart enthusiasm to organized J ; 'CIRCULARS-s ,. ., BASKETS, BROOMS SPONGES, TUB those points on Fridays at I a..m. .. ..., .
of the hour demand wood and drawer of water to a great r bodies'and keep them active in e ATTORNEY AND POSTERS. At BALDWIN,.with J.P &:: M. R.R.from Tatksonyifle .
the exigencies fcar). .. .... .
-
at4oi. m.; clfVTjHe at yjo ::
and {1 .. -
immediate, prompt and energetic action -S heard IifuIImmllI1Walth, as I have good work, but a personal canvass by COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW. 'r BRIEFS.;. .. ,., .. ,: ;:. ..'_-4, CANNED GOODS Of EYEKY KIND. At GAINESVILLE,with tn-weekly ftaIII &M&. J4 :
:
denominated "
Georgia by / t. Tampa: with stage line far Newmanarlla 7aodays
.one '
) upon the part of all parties in the right kind of men makes converts Office In the and .
DeW Freedmaa a Bank Building.comet PAMPHLETS, EVERYTHINGIX : Fridays. -
> .
interest: and he would' 'lead to the: of Florida's chief men, while Floridawas S and thus adds to the 'party strength. Pine and Forsyth Streets,Jacksonville,Fla.< .' ) ; -j.j.i S At CEDAR: KEYS vrtth steamers to and from Ne* 'i.
set down as being lOor. I,- Mr. I .. ..Ala>.aws. I...C.D.B... : BLANKS OF ALL KINDS. THX Orleans, every Saturday With steamers from Key 'Ib'
that the Atlantic and Every town should have its J
conclusion (jutflRoad Republican IXTJ West and Tampa.Fridays; from these places.That- j,
was the all important road to Editor, look.through glasses of a dif- organizations. Men of character, ,. ." : .'<0 '.L, FORAGE.GROCERY AND PROVISION LINE:S days. With Steamer Coo.from Tamoa.Sundays:for.... r.; i
With Waweaock from
the State of Geoigia,. and especiallyso ferent color, and while I am willing to those who possess the entire' confidence M. & It.J. BAKER. COLORED PRINTING AND GILT WORK.:, .. :-I: SELL FOR CASH Tampa.Sowannee.Mondays.FddaJls-a-.T.-JaJE Steamer '; I,

concede to Georgia all that she is I : ,,. "
of the "
to the city of Savannah.Ve find community should be ,5-13 Superintendent. *'* .

BO( fault with the article in the least, would stand up for my awn Florida: ,and the leaders and workers in these organ- ATIORNEY, -A T-LA'V._ '! '. ; '. -. .;,.,', ,.AXB AT '- .-.-* i.
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were wc a Georgian, we would place her at the front, though a Peninsula izations! Meetings should be held at OFFICE: Reed's Bunding, : : CHEAP.NEAT AND PROMPT*. rHE LOWEST' POSSIBLE FIGURES. YORK AND '- : :

ana as our State is termed, it must: : : NEW :
;; ? with the writer least oi.ce a' week from now until : ts.l.oaers. .
heartily synpth : ; '-I/ ,Jacksonville,Florida : : Hotels Boarding Houses and :
not be forgotten that she was designed election. A shouldbe Families: arc invited to examine my goods and prices. .
FJondiar! thorough
but Mr. Editor, being'; a canvass .. .; : t : '
,
by the God of Nature for TAMES M. .It. :HIBTOHJ.BAKE C.L.MATHER.._ !'V FRANEPLUTrL
would and. wyu.d! a purpose had of the voters in the district.The ... ," !, FERNANDINA. ,:, S _
chaSce: over, PRICES r-
:$ i THE HIGHEST CASH :
that .
:m' become '
purpose was to the S S ,
of everyman should H. SUMMERS. .
politics be .
tire with I hat same earnestness th'e C ; '''.t', I
of the honored State through whose territory known. 'This can be done by subdi. PAID FO?, COUNTRY PSODUCE OF ALI, KIKDTTt STEAMSH1PLTNE.; .1-.: '
early conation Jacksoa\"ille, ; ,,;, !
'
the commerce of the world should ATTORNEY-AT-LAW e L. MATHER &"CO. stD.
visions small: enough to enable those ; : .
fcnsacota and Mobile Road, and forSimilar with O\-ean ,' .,;) .,, .
the Atlantic the -
of 1 pass, on appointed to make a complete personal ALSO NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER .. o. :
that the .
reasons: prosperity one side, the Gulf ofMexico and the U. S. CIRCUIT,COU !.. ";,"! f.' ''." .:, : 7TLLSON &WHITLOCK.' < S. -4-.ut. ;
.
The of the .; .
canvass. strength: 1 ; ; S : .
and Stated
the
rcjty t Jacksonville) :Yy : 3nccessors! to Thos.A.Yt Dscm. -
.
West the other and i in front FERNANDINA.FLA OdJbel'l.1I7...,
in great on party should be known. Every' vote Office..; Folk's biulding.. .: '. t! .'. :
r Florida .
are dejsendent! a very the thousand islands of the sea, all of 1 viALns... ..,. ') i;" ; -
S should be brought out ,at the polls. :; -" .
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of ; : I' 'M E UI A-TO'R' .4
peat measure ujxin completion which must sooner or later look to our Our leaders should work from now W.TL: AXNOy : I. ,."GRAIN.l .FLOURAND 'FEED/ '- -.*,\o, g- ... i' J
work and '
Ibis great fy cur ownpeojle! for for their S STATIONERSATO: :; : .' ;-;. Cape.SlUTH. 1
peninsular a ex "
gateway until the close of the ballot-box: if 2"'F..rrc: of .1. ,.
as
in theilltere of .. .. ., ., .
J8 icing run our Tt Hl: : T. -- 'I'
change, of tr.-de, Georgia will! \: ."A :, ,. i.UOMLNY "' .' % .'
people and our State, ad not in the !I forced y the! success of the party-depended on ->, .. ... .r n '. 'X>RiiAi'. ; CRACKED .; VICB-UR- G'If.,: :
tp pay respect unto the powers just one vote. This is the win Office,in Reed'' Clack. Bay Street. . -' t j
;interests of Georgia and Savannah as way to '.' 4 2' ; r' t \. 'Cape RUDOLF. -

it is sow. Hence the j ertinancy of: order that be to\btpeninsularFlorida the Gulf. This Georgia ,) in I great victories. To remain inactive ,..d-m'l F'-t.l. .. < ; .'. :"11. ,I ... '' ."CORN, .5"4, RYE ,MEAL, GRAHAM'. ... '.: ...... : ? "..,.. j.'.

the question propound in pass presnming on the, popularity ofthe .. : WEYBOSSET
,
.
FLOURCRACKEDWHEAT
you your :' : ; '
knows, however. No, Mr. Editor,, L, ROBINSON, : : BopkseUers -*, ,. ." > !
!
comments u]>o2 jhe article in ticket or the former strength of the c : ;: .. I8. n/ir<: j "
ques Florida is rich. ,Richin d ; -\.fjt "* Cape.LVSTEL. ,". ,, '""' .-..' ;
notpoorsheis SCROLL SAWING & TURNING
I is to invite defeat. We cannot :: WOOD ... ..
party i -: p" !5sV: << :
ATIORNEY-AT LA\V i -,, .
tionJt her 1 and in ;, : J -- 2Nonh 71 :
geographical ;
position, ; sail from New Pier
These steamers York. .
is fart well inos-n to the II have too large a majority, we may S ,., TO ORDER., '- S : ...
'
peo climate, richer than any State. In I lack of Ako. NOTARY PUBLIC aad COMMISSIONER River, and from Femandu.' Railroad Wharf every :
fie of Florida and of that through inactivity one vote a S U. S. CIRCUIT,COURT. Wood Sawed and Delivered
Georgia Split '
variety of soil, she is rich, and she can JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA; <
there is triumph. Organization, hard work, Office! :No..a Masonic Block. I'IY .. : : -
a contest now and ever has: .. FIFTH DAY. .t; fe _
sell ,
pine trees at a a and I .'
penny piece, devotion to the for whichwe : .,
LeI good cause by Cord or Load. 'N'
between ihe
Atlantic d Gulf r
ai\ build all the Railroads'that ;
she will I :
Read and the I labor will crown our efforts with A.. WRIGHT, HAVE REMOVED HEIR NEWAND ,For freight passage:apply to .- : ", ;
Jacksonville, Pcnsacola ever need. No, Mr. Editor, our: The House of JUST TO..- .. Ross*Block. Bay Street.oppoalte oar Mill and Waar5A
and ilobile Road for the and success. Representatives 'ATTORNEY AT LAW. COMMODIOUS STORE,ON HERit: ozLPctz Agt' ;;;:' -
it mastery Florida can stand up and assert rdiguityatnongtheStatesofthe must be kept in loyal hands. To S. : : ,ft. : XSOiVYlLLE.FLA. 5 -
IS well known S W1Uamsst.NcwYoik.
also, among those Union : Reed's lOock Bay".St.,Jacksonville,'Fla. : $ .. :
,
lose control of it is '
who care to think upon the subject of r to again expose BAY NEAK : 'I T.; A. .Wzz.scs.66, w.. ,A.WHITI.OCK, Or w. J-:WOODWARDah ;I
and play second none, if our peopleand the life'of the: nation to the deadly: Wm practice In the different courts of the Setat. Collections STREET; LAURA. ; "
Jilt j>rosjrit of this section of the our rulers will be true to the dromptly attended to. 7-181 j ; 1 Representing CHATER & KINGAgents,. ., ,.;i..
assaults of its enemies. It is the TMPORTANT TO EVERYBODY
country, that one or the other of these State'sAcst interest, by properly keyS WHERE WILL BE FOUND1: '.. '" ,Bx osw"tf'._. Femandina..Florida;: 'F.- ". '
ajv the ,
two roads will most iikely never be prcriating'the immense value of hoMing to political.position and. must H. A. raTTJSOX. A. L KaLpAD"ISON .'.- -: ,1 ---' -.,. 'j .
Completed through to Mobile, the the control of all our Railroad-I held by the friends. ( freedom and & MEEK, ,'-'.. ",. 'I i--' f"r'. ." S. ;tH.If.yon' -wisi-%:;.. a"jenuioe-,. "article'. In .the..::wiy..) .fclgzn.t. 1 :: I' .r!n : ; -' OCLIE ,....', j

western: terminus, at which} both areaiming interests within bounds. .humanity.rIVasiTtinglon Repu lk."ACt : A LARGER ASSORTMENT. 1.. .Wines,Liquors., Itc:..go'to .; ,...- J t
our own ."*'.4 -' "- : OF 0jj'
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tr4 iw .u.
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S >fo !l'1' '4: ,
unless, indeed both ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 'J. 'B: i G*t.
have companies This, I fear, is not the case, even .' ">... tOffice. -.x ', ',' -'OF' '-': *'. i: !!' ';'. J'! S ," ': .;.,; 'I"J .1. 'I...'. :.... V : RIVER :S,T EA M.E RS"'C?: ,: i
the TRICK. usual
AT As
:THEIR oto, atthis
in
money hand to do JgJR& of our would-be leaders ... ; '. '. .. .... ...
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the work which among ; ; of the the .ReQua'alnillding/JacksonTine.: Fla.iio i j -' STATl6NERSi : ::' .I-.; ,) ' -r, **. t "" i
is the with season year, SUPPLIES: > .... ..
not newspapers ,
case I Ieither. \
in j fact I that .
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am not sure,, there is i ,. .. *
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Capital will be found I are now running! 'over with as '' (yoa'wism'lo tale rccreado .iA a good pml o SCHEDULET t t
never Ir more than one single citizen within : JOhNSON M. :i$.. : 'i '< .' -..Jj'r SUMMER : > VV
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to -
invest in the bonds of both tf 'tJiese this State that has and ., tounding reports of how the mauufcc P.E. : I EJUardj.jo to J. TOGM'S Saloon;Bay street. ,
reads fully justly ap ,THAN JS TO BE FOUND INU.: .. : i" !, dafter MONDAY the--.-p.or
running as they do parallel luring of cotton fabrics is to be cut: HOMOZOPATHICPHYSICIAN S'' : ; .: : OUt a APRILsyth. ,
,I predated the immense value of not of this line will leave Shipyard Wharf daily
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1Q'Jearto each other, through a coun only completing the Jacksonville down, and what a, reduction it is AND SURGEON. i. :.'v' :, .. <-' )? "', '". ." .. (Sundays escepttdj...I o'clock. A.it,fc > V "- ,v' t,;

try so sparsely' settled and so unpro- Pensacola and Mobile Railroad{ to; going'to make in the price of cotton. Office north 1de of.Bay Street,In Dr.Robinson's ANY 'OTHER HOUSE:jtf.FLOR- 'imported Bass'Ale on'draught. Cafl for It at'J. B .. ,. PALATKA :. ":" 1 1

Jnctivc ; notwithstanding there might I Mobile but the value the The'market, they say, is a perfect: new building.next block east National Hotel sggtt 1 ; 'l'- IDA" ,', ';. ., .. V / : d. t I
ofretaining
: : : TOGNIS.at ; BOCard Safoo .
a through trade that there is : Metropolkan and intermediate landings and return same .L'I.. -.. :
KM sufficient to support control ,of this particular,Road within glut, enough raw material & BAiSNETT. -S ; ..,; '; '

lines when completed, (which 1 the interests of our State and that: on hand to run the machines quite CALL 'r r: : .... J-25"3m S Through. steamea tat : I ,
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believe
in time there will l but through the next year, and all that AT PRICES COMPETING. WITH PRICES
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this fact one individual is none other than Milton LAW, .,EARL, ENTERPRISEand .Ift

cannot be made manifest to S. Littlefield. He has stood like' sort of thing. As a consequence, so CHARGED FOR GOODS OF.-THE SAMEDESCIUPTION E: R..W. : !
a ulists until it is demonstrated. I they tell us, the manufacturers at: O,wc -la Raed's Building up stalri. -f Intermediate landings will leave as above on Tnes 1
'nil is the oaken crossheads of the, ship to( IN NORTHERN CITIES. '.. .. FRACT1CAL days ami Saturday*, aadretur Wednesday and Sa*'t"; 1s
doubtless the great secret why Providence have just agreed 'to cut: -,TY lACKSONVltLE S .
both which attaches the anchor chain to( -* .: I dgr I
the, S : PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER. ftCl.-&ed 10'- frttga* o H (
I down the one-third
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lxnpossible companies have found i it t : hold the ship ,{in times .of storm. For production duringthe the afternoon. 'I. I ,/
to negotiate their bonds to three four .almost next three months. ,A. similar RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN, S INVITE .- ; : ". Having 'decided to'reside'here permanently win he 46tf ) nOCJ: :.Age**."
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ands for years, solitaryand conclusion reached W J* ". glad to receive ort rrQJu requiring ,work.dona in V V .'
construction was at a
and hence meeting ;
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the desire and determination alone, forsaken Sy his friends, in Boston, where '2,060,000 spindles REAL ESTATE AGENT ; THE ATTENTION.OFTCITYAND : : .. FOR OKAHUMKEE, v" ; !
1IpoPi: (but not until they had filched from ,7 .Fl.fda.' GRAINING.. and KALSOMININC .
part of the and the entire interest r ., 'j'! :.. S GLAZING. : HARRIS,EUSTISAND.GRirnN,; S .
Represented '
Atlantic ; -
and I ;
him the last dollar thai they could :i AQ sorts of Real Estate bought and iidUoneybictcd. : '

tiUejtnpany to control th* Jackson- get,) and thereby destroying what I in New England will probably .Taxes paid,Titles examined.RBTZBS. -;., .Cq-qrtRY .DEALERSi. done1thebes&1:: SILVER SPR lNG.t" :: S !

c", andeoSicola and Mobile Road l ty ability he had to complete the I coincide with this' determination.S BT nxMusioif,'to William Aster. Eaq.; :. > : !". .w receive. ." prompt attention.. .. ,: V
.tT'Jmeans. greatestof The operatives to have.but' four ieIb York ; Ea-Gov. A.6.. Curdn. BeJIcCo te,' Pa.; And other Landings on Odkwaha. Riv *. .
Therefore Mr. are ; ..
Edtoy all enterprises for the good of.the H. Redner Philadelphia\ : W. Stokes :BoydPbiiladdphia ,. .1' : 'RUUENC Sc.- J -'" : '- f
tt 1$ nol difficult, for bKnd days' work week instead of sixand.ft ;: D G. .bIer.&nk JacUonvtUe. Fla.: .n-: &. V -' t
an t a State and then not, content they per S Henry Tocker,Boston.Mass. ". 'r. AVD, THE: PUBLIC GENERALLY,TO OUR S. 1.. .--. Eq...and C. ,I..' Rcwunon.Esq '. t..j\ .

tic: and see ulf why it was that the; Alan- have heaped upon him every manner: is more than likely they will )d1J'.pdA. ," STOCK.: AND SOLICIT':TRADE. '!.,S .Jacksonvilk- Flat, .. : .. .r..>,_. .h' ',' .,.5 The V' ."', ..VI .t.,.i.. S S

to mal e COJJp3on: )' were so ready of vile abuse, and some doubtless soon be put on half time. A. KNIGHT: -' .J : I Steamer'OKAHUMKEE V d' '. t..u...

ttiter, .bo a. ,bond for the present Re- would have even stooped to take a If this before kind of game had never been I ..'. .., ..< HEALTH, WEALTH' ', "-.5 A.L RKS,Master.. ... V'',. >_5_.: V '
though a Floridian, was; reward for his head to have him sprung it might give us no :XTTORNEY LAW. : ; ; ; ;
gotten : 4
YtOsacrjce the welfare of his little concern, but: being merely .an 3.:NEW:: ;TRIBUNEi.EXTRAS,' ,J -ANDr --- .t .Will leave Jacksonville' every THURSDAY, morfuajf_ b",
of buLfortbecowardic 8 o'clock.
out the State at .
State for his present position I old 'song, it 'has, to use a common,expression No. Hoeg's Block,up cain < 0 _' 1 :S .,. S.- ,.- ',." V .CEO. L.Ju.Jt .i&nf,.&*-! .!,

kett l"tt. This' that lurked within them. rather thin." No.XXI.. Whitney,HIgglaioa, Elliott Lovering. ",' S Jacksonville.Fla.! .July as.1 7 -jStC... .w.atft ..;>1;
dra1 however. may be But Mr. Editor A'mt will undoubtedly grown "too j- )ackaowflie.Fit.- 'IA IxConie Ma h. etc..etc. "- ''RECREATION !fj } 1L

a little easily the SwljrBUESING .i. j .. : .',. SS'l. .i; :
too, mild ; there One can see object 'prom'pt- -it'' : .2. '
vindicate the and M. S. 6USfi'
FURNISHED'
1Da1 right "
lave,been other and stronger jngsucbacourse-tis an eflort to : ,NoXXn... Bayard form Taylor. (Letters" 'from" Egypt' : '. .0 ,,; .:LANDS:roa S IRST-CLASS. ,- ,#. V
toDsiden Littlefield'wihl yet not'onlYltan'd ac and Iceland,in sheet only.) .: ;
d ton$. Time I will (Develop wilt scare,somebody into selling cotton at Respect&lly calls the attention of the dlixens and w. ----- ., ORANGE V In IAOTJCWILUI >. f.; :. _
"lid it may quitted by this people, but be less than it is worth. 'And chants to t c BEAUTIFUL: SOAP be mnufcu: .." 'No.XXIII. TH.OeiiMcCoiJ.; GROVES, COLONIES,
Walker dcvelope that Mr.a honored as being the one man that; we hope It Ja the best Washing Barber and Toilet Soap ever I ,' '! J" '" :, .:FARMS; MARKET-GARDENS, FOR S A L E l'- f "> :

111 1tiir though citizen of Florida,,, saw in the future the the scarey somebodj will :cot be S made. This Soap is put up in. boxes contain 80 Ibs Price by ...st. postpaid. |n,heet farm. B>,eenW ;. VILLA / V #*
high position to and o*bars. -**- SITES OWN. The nnderstgaed. Intending to femov to his pUntatio V
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binhriDf, like Euu, to sell his which his adopted State would attain found. Let them stop their machinesIfiheylike Orders should be addressed to* each. :ia p'matMM., .ccaca.. S ,TI' S S -.**' LOTS. '. will sell.his residence on Adam Street,near, "&he,. .
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has IOI d n :Dd It ma.1 turn out t hat heC1'ation. among the-States, otthis Union,' by and put their operatives :s.z6tf ', .' AfBVESING.JIo&72f.-. Jacksonville.! .Fta, fl-TEEN. : ,ExTR4SyR.Ss.. -' ., : .' St V ._fames and' :r Grad' National V Hotels.H.S.SANFORDApply > V
a more -trifling consid.aU on as short time as .seem best in lt "Send, ..f1O511.TILE of each FORSALE1 ON'SANFORD'S GRANT: to J-C CKCTT.KT.
tor the completion of a through line o( may : for. ., with contents. .. nam-,. .' '
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if I f 7M "vABsfnrA6.,*8j4.' awtad -
madam their under .. tier
sight- the circumstances I L. wa.arDIG. '
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1 rumor is at road Mobile New Or S .J. $* : Address .TRIBUNE New York. : L.J. .UOOR S
connecting I Y P..DIG. -- ,,* "- .J t Aciwr. 1 V.
1ittJ teale Reedvisgetting it is no particular: concern of ours. t. ; ; .Sanfo&
a I leans, Texas, New Mexico, Californiaand q'& 'DANIEt EMILEFromParb MOURGEON..
ready be All do for: them' is send LOUIS I
1rhiq as is not sure :' we can to FLE CENTRAL SALESROOMS<
the Pacific the Atlantic .
Ira Coast with .. ,
he THE I V
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at will them 1)ur earnest i and CARD;- V -
yl'omaaa'cldMiScal
'raDce.t1ate
Atiazitk jump, and thc 'sympathies, ; ; *
and Gulf Road is' not in Coast by the shortest possibleroute keep (back our:cotton until 'they are ATTORNEYSATtAW.Omcx J. ., : _<., i A. .. .. ,' -i' -..' ,.. '.. .. V .Island Dyeing establishment). .', 'V54 4NZWDYEING

& (accorcbog to: the article a L LbolrttiOflp .and thereby inducing the commerce ready ,to'pay'us for 'it.--Mobile Reg, I Reed Block.coraer Ocean: and Bay Streets'Jacksonville AiUii'A1i, : ', .' "; GENERAL- I coMMissioN".. ,', r. _. :- 'j"JACHS9IIYUJ1.. : Jo\:t .T23' ..'March. .: "3ut' ,_1874.L ; AND MtNT.V SCOURING ESTABLISHt : *'"-** ,..,.'
of the entire West ,;"and '1 EovsEA :
'great ) LIFE INSURANCE cOM
.SOVTHERN
tiOtll.for:ed to,) .to (urnish situa.y the of the' to ister'OOBERSON_ ,""I.I1' .',,,, '." "- : .. '. '- "j.' _,. ,..' ," '.. .' .. "". ," > 'tt>- .Ladies1 andGentlemen'aWearingAppareC: : -r: i<' :=
commerce seas' pass PANY wQl In, few day Sate far Lace CBrtains, _
mored1gultaneson1arge : : a .appoint .Agent. V ,., >
EayStrd.DeaIrlr j J.MeS1nrll -
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::2es ,een IlIta/J ones, 'l1Jitll ill r through the entire territory of his; ft: MAPSON DOBBINS &;:"rVERSON, ,. T; S. ViACKSbNyiLLE.rLA.PUBUC ; Florida.--In the meantime I wQ conduct:;ia magoH' and otier fine fabrics most caic&lly ckaned Bad dyaoC *+.
dot adopted State, from East to West, and FORSYTH STREET between NcwnaB mid aiar-t

b 11t j znII.ltjUlid visa versa and'thus tobe"able, "by' the 5IImopcDdThdaIs J, ,I .' ..; .SALE. ._ very,. SATURDAY.rp .. > : .. _,'zr" _'.J t BIGIt. : ,. kltIrtetL ..;

1ri11 that a drowning man I contributions of this jmmense trade p GUN AND. LOCKSMITHS, ;: ., eommunicatloBS'directed V i't -
caleb! I ' rf.. St .'<'%- *- "WHOMTT"'MAV CONCRN AH to me care ofHenryA., :

Jafr. IlJi: a h5traw, and Jt,may be to place Florida where she of right SHAVING: SALOON ,, 7 ::( 1 ,. .., t !.: I/Engtc, Secretary- 'Ot the Jacksonvffl* Branch; wffl WANTED. >.-. "

these varjouj ALSO. .. ELECTRO-PLATING:: AND//GILDING, ri-J4; V'".." ......4.-i. : -:. ii.asy peef'tke .....situadcm Iw cs er des, .
tbt r belongs;' 'possessing one oftheroost t eai f Pay o4Ti e tneU.vkcn aD the modor I ... :. "f ::..t aft tbia day ciurteii& the Steamer.ocLAI, f'"JT:4O -t' .- ; fi | / !
(: ; .1 r:;;;'
C ; receive due attention. Prcu IicH specially. :Ltofa' : tbma
being made ;by the appiic. pied fetch* bm lalooM fa!the country eNeaddtai.be I S W ABA 110 CaPe. ROT DARDLS.. The : Bnck1ayen. a
lXitere important lines of \Railways theimericaD j JrS'j.''!' AtthesWofthtEIGLOCK.,, will not be icspOBSlbk far ay debts be Bay "",1J -44J.I > sJ ** -iVSJ -. 4; BT.t:, ,capable: SC"' cbat oaflki.imaaos work.
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myself : .
Cui(Railroad (the Atlantic. and I continent owned and 'Con 'Ticket* 'beamto d ti1iimuIeaavbairauiag _., .. "' ; .. ........J..,H. MILLER.,!....0"."..,' .",... --i- -I -., Addn.W.A.JO2INSON.PS _
.cowpany) to _". O, ti&b&. : and ,bapLng ; ICTURES: copiedaad csJoredAt p&Dic& CODIrKt'1''f: ft .....: Ti ri *" #:.. .I_';,""' '''Jl.i": ; .: ,; i&'l!.:A. ."""' ., -....- "" ""- BuTt HaicI BotIII.CIW.Sfd&.. .... d A-."." '

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'./ THE NEW SOUTHS aid A5 hat the'voters t oPbur county will equally 4 divided between' ? the younger' <,&c. I'" '(19ncsty, 'loW taxes. ," for 1S.preslaeI Grant's Trioute t Lincoln. Communication. : people S of the St. John's and j bo-;

Il with reference t their evident interest more Intelnt. more liberal,and progressive sooth I The school taxes for this year BeloW we give President Grant's Editor New South:Your plan of submitting ville, M to us of Fernand. and

r )VBO..* A1U"'i.B.CAHIDTM, men who really were willing arc upwards of twenty-five per 'cent. trbut to Lincoln at the dedication of to personal abuse of yourselves must make free use of the great atJfa th
\ } ADAMS,CARRUTH & CO. and of leading Republicans in silence tages it offers them (
or the
3 0. VKMUDR. take the condition of than last without any increase the Lincoln Mo 'Springfield
%. to present greater year, ument at rather cheap
than
Good EfTccts of the Recent Elections. tbing disgust your readers by retorts transportation of their ommLSr!
W ltaLI.IUG.J. and make.the best of it, and of facilities and but slight Increase 111. Iu modest worth justifies its re- in kind may be well enough for a ties via the inland

F: =-: -S. ADAMS. EDITOR. -: short lapse of time has sufficed con are known as the ,'Bourbons11 of the in the number of s
d 1'0 CORRESPONDENTS AND OTMEKS.t siderably to modify the stupefaction on party"that had ''never learned to forget Superintendent either knows pr hedon't playing the. touchIng{ air prepare for say is rather "tame for this region and We Duval append the resolutions otreredbj

: r %* ?* **Loca11M.arc ofcited! from all parts of the one side and ,the inconsiderate exaltation anything," and 'were" beingcbhsumed know what all! this means. As'he paysno the occasiorr, loud calls were made forte these times. our held friends at an Imp1ornltl
-81sbe. Abo communication*on subjects general the other which caused Personalities repel _the best class of f meeting lust prior to theIr
on were byte dePl\ltllrt
mlH: t--M(> 4aly educational social and'..ndimruJ by thelrownbitterness. andr., taxes, but enjoys a large income, itjs President. He stepped forward, readers, but the majority of readers are for JacksonTflle, as golD to .h.
dP'_. CmresiKmdenU lhould make their letters as first intelligence of the Republican "none of' business." enthusiastic hearty good will ancfcordialit tbt
bnef&s tef&wddrcutni.acc will pamit.We There were .men before"the convention perhaps my amid.. applause. and spoke not in ibo first class and rather enjoy a exlsUnt
are not responsible for opinions explained by ClUrftlmllpondenu. losses In the recent elections. While whose nomination ,would l have car: follows: S racy and spicy"raking over occasionally; between themselves and the eiUuna of
r Rejected manuscripts can neither the reflection have of some beside themselves Fernandina, and the
> and
upon < ne marked
\ be returned preserved. Anonymous contributions Democracy their' IR.CHAIRMAN, AND GENTLE- interest
., red evidence of the sincerity of The 'Of the LADIE when they feel l in the
will nut be noc. become satisfied that there still remains EnosousEzpenses Republican 3iN-On: like the present, you have suffered long enoughI transportation qtJestlou
hr inclination to There was National Government.The in of'uio which prompted their
: trust will the batteries in self- visit to
; p.rogrss it is bear you open our
be done
something to before the political s duty my part to ,testimony Fernandina city.
r REULR REPUBLICAN TICKET. control of the national Drew, of Ellayille, a man of .undoubted I Democracy, are in the habit, in to the great and good qualities of the defense, and to squelch not one or two of O6server.WANrEP. .
gonrnmenthll and 'a leading business man ofunimpeachable patriotic whose 'remains those who from their own fancied incog- .
capacity the er man earthly .
;! .u' Member of Cns UI District, pass again into their hands, the I canvass, or'nakng'bl complaint nitn"*show, a malignity that would be -
but of now rest beneath the dedicated
character a man mound .
the
: (J. PURMAN.- Republicans throughout the land are ( ideas. I against party for te, .enonous" ment.' Itwas: not my fortune to make ; suddenly tempered with discretion i if ,
.- modern time and progressive
: aroused expenses incurred in the I their disguise were torn off. In addition A comwtabX.'bome wm be&TO 10
Fur M.niber OCCOng.dDtrktI thoroughly to.a. working con- personal acquaintance >of .Mr. Lincoln a BIrd"'C'ti
There was Roper, of Alachna, universally to the malicious and cowardly an- or elderly lady of undoubted resptctabUltr In7
JOSIAH T. WALL. ception of the inevitable and disastrous tional gonrment and are specially _tll tho,beginning of the last year 'attacks in the Union I .I neighborhood to Sooth Florida, I. twur *?dI qu/ca.
1_ rr popular with those who'meet him; the national indebtedness. of great struggle .national existence oriymous .suppose I.U ction In primary branches ol two c5jlcj .
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i ', DUVAL COVNTV. TICKET.Tor .effects. of allowing themselves to lose' Hart, of Palatka, a man of the widest exrcs. '" : During those'years bi .doubt anddespndency you know that the same agents are engaged Address./ F..B.. Pine Lcvelra.BARGAINS. b11f

c, : Senator,,$ Senatorial District, sight of commanding issues and paramount and of enterprise and S among the many patriotic in working up an attack upon -
t
: acquaintance p1gcs : wIn the the increaseof several of the Federal officials in this .
b; JOEPI H. DU.KEE interests, in the. irritations and first pace! 'country-Abraham'Lincoln

: Jor Utniben ohh Assembly bickerings growing I out of small con ; Anno, of Duval, able, ambitious the population the country being never for 'a moment, doubted ,but th.e State, ,not from any patriotic motives For the next thirty dayi, J offer c.r cash..
T. 11 : JOSEPH E.LEE., .' ," but not hide-bound ; and of final result would be in favor of but simply from a desire to make,sOUle stock of PIANOS and ORGANS eashpric 117.3g
local and taken into account the cost pcaceunion
.. about capita
per
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vacancies I
personal for themselves.
am
ALFRED GRANT."Rcputlicn test questons there was Hoeg, of Jacksonville, a man and freedom to race in this Sneaking, step compelled to take hi order to n* t m
.: '. of Thus of the ordinary and legitimate every office's in the and which lam unable to meet on accotint of ieS'
insignificant eaves-dropping
: expensesof entering
imprtnce. of unbounded .enterprise"and activity. broad land;ibis faith in an all-wise Pro ure of CapU.Denny., ?. .
State Central Committee for. aroused from a dangerous :.coodtoD of the government are- no larger than directing our arms to..this final night in search 'of private correspondence -1n' J. M.'paws.
Florida. one of these, a fair nominal .
Any
in 'dark
wih" collecting the secret ,
,. indifference all the state county before the the con reult was the the Christian that
'1 : -. H.CUASON.Chalnnan. D.EACAX.S. would have infused a zeal and Republcanussumea ills Redeemer faih'of charges purloining letters and babitu W A.NT-ED.
too trol. In Amidst'obloquy..
.. organizations of the party are being t second place the unusual lveh. to that would
oily resorting
Dirc JJi.lc have means men
into the canvass thatwould abuse hat '
t personal _
i. power ,,undisgOised,
13t. .Tii of the '
Poe Haon and vitalized. and extraordinary
w.' .1. W. e M. S. T. Day, strengthened Republican been dangerous to opponent Why expenses government and whichJ was given vent to without scorn-these ff'lows.deserve no mercy A lady graduate,.erperienced. ..In teaclI andiliried
; W. J. Purnian, H. ftraun bolts and i incurred )In the effort "hon nnd'should l .be Hayed alive-from a .1
r 3. '5. / bolle.S.ar becoming'nnpp are restraint through the press, upon !the sense in drawing and painting,derires a situation In Florida.Address. .
Smith W. Howe, of selected P .
.4. DaW i6.J. were none these Simply '
-o W. H. Daniels, till.. J. D. Tannhl, ular, and all see more ce orably discharge,the debt caused.by: stump,and in.private! circles! heremained ofduty. ." '' S A.EW1NC.'
t. M.LSiearns, Peter because none, of.. them.were wedded. send you a fictitious address, through '
Jones- staunch '
I the of yielding personal a useless, sinful arm. foolish rebellion, the same ,unyielding servant <; yaJ de.Columbia
H. necessity up 9-ia Count New
Rupert a.r. $9. W. LeCaln. of whch'a any time, ruu'c.an reach me Yorlt
the ;
to effete and posthumous dogmas of the
people' never exhibiting !
r'r' S. Samuel G. Alden, revengeful
Walke 10. J for the sake of instigated by the Democracy constrain
9. RI Mechm I' W. H. Cleasoa, aspirations party preservation. the "old ,!' the regular Bourbons le lings toward his traducers., lie and when.you wish any little personal ASSIGNEES' NOTICE.
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Democracy
:, 10. Ini.. ., II,JT.Magbee. In our district and county a a national, endorsement 'of slavery, the rather pitied them,' and. 'hoped for theirown reminiscnce in order that cowards may
could be considered
that
; .?: .. %m.W"D..Sears Brock. 14.a3. E-Lar.- far more healthy state of feeling i 'they Democrats, preferring first, to split their sake and the name'of 'their be whipped within lash ,of their, own All persons interested are ben-fey notified that tieasset
.\ proof against the seductive strength ol : i ;that gQd' braiding'drop a.J.J line to that address. :of Edward W. Denny/Banker have been at-
and then themselves : posterity they desist. : For a
more more Ufarray oicredaon.
; day becoming signed to me for the benefit
; 'T r trUlUCAM CNREIONAL EXBCUTIVE COUMITTBE.SKCOND every modern ideas. The Democracy w"creI ownpartyand Certain information, concerning the
.it. and the ranks are'ilst los- i rand undoubted single,moment it did not occur,to him All paper whether' overdue or maturing, has been
;
r I I .'> ISTIC. perceptible fully of the divisions high that the man (Lincoln_ ) was ,being assailed profits of cotton speculation in.war time; deposited with the"First National Bank of Florida..
I' ii As a matter o-nVDlenc to those wishing to correspond -: ingup for the important contest before us I n"11 existing treason against the national government instances sudden and violent political of this city for collection. ,
: ( with member of Republican Executive and differences in the ranks of the Republicans but that a treasonable spirit-one I Paper past due must be paid within tea days from
: ; .Committee of any th Day by day the conviction is gaining rather.than_consent that any limit shouldbe waiting destroy the freest government conversion ; the profits of State and his date,or the same will be placed in an attorney'i
: 'i" this Drstrict,1 we append the lint : -. I, committee,with post-office addresses: ground that, whatever ,personal objec- authoritatively fixed to the extension the sun evershone, upon-was giving the colored ; (Signed) ALEX.WALLACE'Aulpee.
i1 I dared, have been glad so to nominate a vent to itself on him as'the Chief Executive population by legitimate
J. R.
no Jacksonville.Hon. here and there be of The only
ions urged Republican
So Cairan. may party
\ ;;! A. A JacbonvUe tJ' take of 'the Republican slaver. of the nation only because he means.with iin exposition of the effect? -

.t PHILIP Hon. E.WALTR. johnson,'Secretary Lake Jacwlvie.. against individual candidates, the general differences, Advantage which they had sedulously performed its f worn duty in protectingby was 'such Exeuutive.i, As a lawyer- in of practical piety ,in stimulating} undulythe lo7fIw. L. OANt ,

K- ; '". ,. lon H. S. Harmon, Gainesville, safety, under popular institutions, every means in its 'power, the 'government your midst, he. would have avoided all animal pisaion.s, and in developing .

.1 -1"! .Of.Jlirch& R.Gibson Chad wick.,Ocala.Palatka. must be sought through a steady sup fostered, but in that event they were of the fathers from the destructive tat slatder, for his life,was a pure andsimpleoneand an insane desire. f rofficei; 'the practiceof JUSTICE OF TIlE PEACE.
land
lon frauds reduced science &c.
I conscious that such a nomination would to ,
Dennis he no doubt would have 1
"', Egan. Madiln. of regular party organizations, efforts of a Democratic rebellion, &1'. arid many other similar can .AND
i D. M. Papy, pr repel more of the old ,Democracy thanit been much happier man bnt who"cat topics
:I Sam'l Pe.'cadin. "' that bolting eccentricities are as and :the debts incurred: in giving that ; be had by aduressingi NOTARY PUBLIC.
:
: .'j:1 John Mcllenvffle.f would from the vascillating tell what might hILVC"ut the fate of ,
: *:/ ful of danger as of selfishness. 'and atract' protection are a sacred charge upon the the nation but for the pure, unselfishand CONTRtBA.NIJ COTTOJT. Office in SOLAUYE'S BLOCK,

I ,, .Duval But lttle-i heard here of any enthu- shaky Repuhlcans.. As. the best rescued government against the pay wise administration of Lincoln ? I ,
County Corner BAY and PINE
I;3 I I. Expenses. siam being excited by Gen. Finlcy and least objectionable .of the "old line, ment of which the pardoned from March,1864 to the day when the Durkee Successful. \ streets.
: '
; ; Ills refreshing these thnes of selected 'whose momcJ.wbo' band of for ] viJIe.11a.
ex-
they Judge' Finley, an ass.n opened a
grave
;", among the Democracy, and the Repub- caused it, have the least possible I Editor New Soit1iA. large, and en- -
: ,: travagance and high taxes to discover speeches j in; other campaigns had, in Mr. Lincoln, then.President of the Uni. ,
ican meetings while fully attended right And what has the Republican of the 'citizens of FOR SALE. "
; : 'I that in t protest. I. ted States, 'personal( relations) with thusinstfc'gathering ,
some there are signs their attested his niy
".. department and are very quiet, and a more logical and bitterness, suf.ien y party, while in control of the turn were, as i intimate as the Hansol toWn'on Thursday:last \V'ere met RIVERSIDE. HOUSE,
2 improvement evidences
-f of' econ crgumentative style of speaking than political flithfllncsR, t whose personal government, done within the thirteen nature: of our 're pcctiY duties 'would and' addressed by the regular ,Republi i (
; "l only practiced by some of our connty had with well disguised permitTo know him JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
was
courtesy many persona1y 'candidates for the State .
usual has
prevailed. The canvass, at years of its power ?, ,At the close of thewar Assembly.Other
: ,'w :3 officers. The tax hit for this county has his genuine BourbonUm ; who to love and respect him : g n-.it .speakers were also 'in attendance Well adapted,fur a fina private residence! or first-
the present time, looks more favorable in 1864 the debt amountedto of head and heart and for his class boarding house. Two stories with mansard ruo1.
qualities ,
:. : j been a thing frightful to behold,-fcargollf bad, in desired equilibrium that "suavity natiooat and amoraj whom were II. A.Pattison 8 .
$ sleeping rooms i acre land..p orange tree The
to the election of Mr. Walls than it did about the his
sum an patience and hatriutism.Vith Mossrs. Fortune Thomas Simmons, finest location and
of
I .and al cheapest piece property in this
made.
; Would $3.30Q.Q
: wonderfully in modo and furl in re" which
er was disappointments, from failures the vicinity. i'rice. including about worth of fur-
at the beginning and a Walls majority amount of money so beyond 't nomson. Wilson and othrsl II. A. '1,000
: ; ;::{ the people,the tax-payers and especially of at least .one thousand votes may to cover the frame of n Bourbon with the conception of an ordinary pai t of those to whom! l he in rusted com L'iittison, Ivq.* was the first speaker. years.niture.' J 10,000. half cash, balance i ia ODe and two

: ,;; those who are largely taxed. upon their the leathers of a moderate Conservative. mand, and treachery on the part of Iblstiwbo Ill'[ endorsed the stiai;,lit Republican
I safely be predicted.In mind. Of this immense debt, more For lull
3 had his' confidence particulars address
:: tuttle house and Jot like gained but to tickt-t scoute4lthe idea the of "
t to look at the It must be admitted that the' best cou- of success A. F. STYLES.
";j figures that have .been weighing them the county also, the importance of ceivable of that sort of a man than one-thin!, or over Sl,20OO betray it, I never ht-ard him utter a com- ilie bolters movement and advised the Jackson;illc. FJai
pat'r have been paid within plaint: or cast censure for bail conductor to fall into line and show
r : .down like the retaining a Republican majority in the years, Republicans If not sold t>y November 1st.the Kfrerside House
sand
bag i f upon the selected. is a man of bad faith. It bi .. nature to find
was Judge Finley was $
this)820U00O0has; : been paid within an unbrokrn front on the d/;y clf bnttle.Tnat.tbu will be kept during the winter as a first class private
t, "' tback of Pilgrim ? legislature, both with regard to the U. mature age, of fine professional and excuses 'for !his adversaries. In his only way to keep the Republican warding'house. ', 8.svw6inii5rt' ,
k i 'i S. Senatorial election and as a guard five years. While this rapid liquidation death the nation' lost its greatest t head
\ : We have been enabled to procure the personal attainments excellent char- party in power was tokecp together; LtfMBEK
4"I 1 facts and figures from the official record against dangerous legislation if the Democracy of the debt has steadily proceeded, a In[ his'death the South l'st' its most just to encourage bolters was to invite: de YARD.
and of
acter good ( a man
:capacity ; diminution' of the national friend-y. Y. Republic'* feat. Col Pattison' remarks
; i : prevail, is more plainly and : aggregate were re-
j1 compiled and condensed with labor and
great pleasingaddress prepossessing manners CONTRACTORS: "AND BUILDERS
with ,
taxation to the extent of i ceived frequent and deserved( ap
.t( The
forcibly recognized. regular coun-
t r f which we now proceed to lay before whose reliable devotion to the old $30,0,0 Republican Meeting at Mandarin.. plause. *
has been efft-tted within a dozen Wilt FIND A
is in years '
the reader and from which ty ti'kt gaining strength Durkee made an effective and I
; we may ever Democratic notions that culminated in Capt.
A o n4 :the regular liquidation; of 'the national There is.a. simple! directness of FULL ASSORTM
1 :=t judge something of the value of having hour, and the ex-official sore-beads and rebellion, make him as acceptable to the purpose pointed[ speech. His impressive manner ENT,OF
debt has lessened the ot in the. following of convinced his hearers
he
: bolters deserted amount proceedings a that wa
officers are being rapidly by DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER
in of ,
public Bourbons he is to their
as dangerous
': J ;t .ecoomicn chrg. all but their. paid retainers. A rigbt- taxation by more than $20,000.000 iu Republican Meeting held .at Mandarinon not only interested in his own'5UC't, MOULDINGS AND SAWED

: r ./ a1airs. statement embraces the and-justice-Mawbey-man with no rings opponents. each'}:earbnd it worthy of.special 1 the 19th-, worth .more than all thestumpspeakers but ihat he deeply felt the importanceor PINE SHINGLES,
; 3 .period commencing January 1, 1870, defeat of all each movements as
i :::, )>
II curiosity, and all feel content, that preference'between' men; asi: suchand, the'party, that this annual l diminution; of .Klrtrida: < Mr. Lee 'then followed, showing up THE, DEPOT LUMBER "

1 1 1870. Amount drawn...county. ,..,,oren_f the bolt Las on personal l grounds, but id refeitme tomen taxes has been brought about by relieving The citizens' of Mandarin; Pm-inot Me Innis' record asaRepri'sentativc, and YARD.
delivered
37,931 44 Mawbey accomplished Lurnb-r
r f -J witneses heM a meetiojr this. Jay for the handling the subject! in such .'a manner la alt parts of the city and vicinity
Jurors'and of
.
certificates as political principles the purpose
representatives from laxe-* tea, coffee, salt andsugar and at all landing? on the rivr, .at low rates. All.
Uswd.. ... _, for the' party far 'more than it show able
?? 6 65 of .' (f deludingvhich.of thf two tickets now as to that.hc.is not only! to del'l receive prompt aucudun.S '
"It ,$71. County drawn....... 6a'33JIO could by any direct ,efforts,or its own, ard differing policies governmental : which are the common necessaries in the field they''would support Afterlearing' take cure of his opponents but of ''himJf LOUIS J. BRUSH
.f 31,076 has 'oCk1f'Jill .Mar, ('.6.1874.0AT .
action.
ore Republicanism now
and
t Jurors reriificalcs -. in it of of every family, placing the from1"several1 speakers Of the lf'lo.'Mr. '
wi' relieving a good deal -
,
t k .; bed........__ aa'7' ,. of rubbish in effectually the of useless and controlled the government of the. nation. burden of taxation upon the ,silks,; liquors i. irecinct tlt.was moved to hear from Mr.A. Grant's remarks were short and "' .: BUILDING.

4. 1 -8, County orders drawn__>f 356 71 JI way : for some half ROOM-*of'years-"and} the and jewelry, with which the poor ,J.. Clarke, and then decide ''The I comprehensive; he felt that the subject 'B ,
: Jurors and witnesses'ccrtiicnus dangerous malcontents' The lectonof rote was called' the ticket headedby had been so thoroughly canvassed that S
___ question now is, are the results of that not, can ''Cer upon A. G. CHAITELL.BAY.STREET .
l. man as as dispehsev
740 the remained him
4 Regular Republican ticket may wel Mr., .Mawbey, which 'received but nothing for to say. but to
w 12307 I be looked control such as to commend it to our tainly this would seem to constitute four lace himself before the coin-
upon as a sure thing._ : votes. The vote was then put as ) people as. ,near the Cable! Crossing..
; Total,3 )'el ._, $3,9i4 S2 __i- fmi\\\\ i "* approval? and command our support, or good financial 'record for the saving to; the'regular Itt'puhhclU1lickct. headed I riding with the views,that had been"ex- ; ,! \

: : '; 181 Juror County and witnesses.-'-ccr-_w:, 74 Carpet. Bar: Control. are we so dissatisfied that: \vo want a party[ of the Republic; but if it. does not, 1 jy'Mrl Durkee, whsi: (was'nn-inimqu1y, presttd. '5- *J- ', JJACKSONVILLE.

1 tiflctti..._ 91' 4S he choice of the meeting, and tlu 1et.t- At the close of the meeting. a risinj -4 I S -.'-, -- .
?
:
k T .:',:.'f 18I County orders........?_.? 14,11 14 Carpet bag (IJUt'OflJ\ mS another of change r the growling criticisms and the terrible }ng.declared that it was: notwprtb while "votewas taken npm the question of Every description of Boat built in the most substan.if -
-
I- u'&"1"' Jurors jilifyf-and witnesses' C'.. I the spectres that so sadly disturb the wailing about the, national 1 debt. and its t 7>r Those opposed to tho regular 'noninees :supporting the regular Republican ticket '. anj skillful, o.a n'er. I will guarantee satisfaction.My .

: 11 a' .tttjiT. -t9O 7 I dreams of the : But if "Honesty, No Ring 'Low Taxes." consequent expense comes with very 'V):.send .any tickets<, Mandarin and not a dissenter came to his feet.Ilaaontnwn .
: recourse -
T itu .. ... ......_ ... I DemocicJ' ( .
? ? $35.55' I as this the will give a solid -voto '
Under this banner the bolt from the who precinct 'emtdc1egates; to : AND
.: groin which must b dedu"c indebtedness had to" the co 'stitull n and clap-trap, poor grace Democracy SAILBOATS YACHTS
i convention with whose for the ticket this.:oil of Nov
regular on
: j accrued during ,reliability they
; -. cit ay f money borrowed,years and which'w pnnttp l&w fret adopted by the Republican r8' i'n this county proPs to c/\tch such imposed it. are perfectly"satisfied., t .. ember. SKINSEK.A are sufficiently well Known to warrant me In referring

,. : t > e 1 sbj and '8"-15,11 73 State government' in 1868, it will be gudgeons as may p1eJ, enough to The Democracy, too, are violently opposed -. -: A. J; CLARK., to their owners a to my skill as a workman.

,I Leaving aathcsmouataccruedln,8i3and6rthalc the ram oC-.-._. ___.. 42o,43 40. found that suffrage was made free.tl take. the bait. I is all well enough t t the recent constitutional amend- Lake: 'George Potato.. \ _- '_._9-3tf ,

r .. I *M rof 1874,and adding this sum of iif.uS |] who regiatered their names as voters, talk,about 'rings' .and high taxes.and, ment", and of late, develop 'a 'vio1)m"t ;- .State News. GEOKG ETOWX' FLA, Oct. 18, 1874. ""AMU-EL B, HUBBARD,
p the amount alowcd from January New South -1 subscriber .
,40 i Editor not '
all that in : am a
m king'a campaign
and it of against "the
4j t0f ,tojaziiw.ryl.1873giveisio5o3 ts here, seems was the'cause attachment to constitution as it
| theinilnessot ,
{ 'h 11( .ftetKrIleycrIagainst3o,431 40 Curs I corruption and illicit combinations 1Tb 'hll ORASGECOThTYThO ; to your paper but, through '
wcrss arid
Democratic sorrow. JJvery was. insfriccrity Fla.
registered Mr. R. T. Jacksonville ,
.. the first 18 mOd the present administration. : "; Robiosun..a constant .
o Sanitarium is''the
'..'' Or,t itt L matter l in an voter was liable to serve on juries and amoogfsnsi in ofc. provided there of all this i easily shown by the question consoling' reader tbe same. having full )
form,the of hot'el
for at Sanford.-
.. -0,, an.871.average _) __17..t7'.. 3S,01 0 do military duty. It is a well known is occasion' for it, or proof of improper that' would occur to ,the mind of name A shad a killed new wild turk yut Sanford\ :confidence in your windy propensities' I ,Importer. and Dealer in
: i't _. ( f
i J p"c since then Lt. ? _13.685_ 6 practices on the part of officers. But attached to the take thA liberty of scntling'you a specimen I
fact in this State that a reluctance t > even a boy. I so last. week._ .' HARDWARE, ,. IRON .AND STEEl.
difference ___' 41 with I all the contained in J.: R. Mizell of Orlando has made of Putnam'county potato, grown at
t .. .Jsi Jan average ser as jurors or soldiers with colored implications Constitution, ,why, after it :had -sufficed a I Georgetown,on'l,he pap k of l lake George.

L or an annual saving of over twenty-one men, kept u large part of the Democracy the cry of "rngi" and; "high taxes," no for nearly a century t foster and Secure restatement.11 lie is independent can- Wtight."ben dug, eight and one-half; ',EDGE.TOOLS'"TABLE.. and .POCKET
,
didate for the 'froth'this
s :li thousand dollars. The rebate scrip from evidence, brought out by the that Legfslature In the hill was one ol CUTLERY.
samn
Is ( the polls, their prejudices overpowering : ha A prosperity qnd growth was .1, county. In his'statement 1 he. sel.4 forth pounds. t ,L. '
j sued under orders of the board for refunding their patriotism, and now after .bolerso justify' their use,of such catchwords ;- wonder t the nation, did ,you deliberately lid own virtues and past' political( record, !our pounds, one:'df three, s.ml/one t of Nails, Glue,. Putty, 'Gas&, Paints, OU.
i several 5sm ller.
:
; I 1":1" : : an excess of county tax In 1871, having deliberately deprived themselves ; nor even a charge of any suspicious 'and wittingly attempt to .a solve defending himself from the name of'be- Total I two pound:4besrdl's'weight of potatoes dug from'one LEATHER. .BELTING.'RUBBER'PACKING.'STomTINW'ARE.CROCKERY. .

r S: ::1 :is not included in the. foregoing state of that, influence tind'weight- facts to form even an excuse for yourselves from your ,allcgiance' { to it?" lug 'a radical., He says: Filthy .I hill!, twenty pounds. Now, if any of PUMPS.

.:' J f : menu And it must be understood that political matters that surely follow upon such a course. Indeed, if we go 'to Reconstructive legislation, also, is a shall by rail leave hY'nO.e11'urt.ttfh"unmade.Sti Johns to-cgnncct and your patrons can do better, let' us know t' .

'.. ,r\\ the amounts above stated as allowed in intelligence and capacity., they grieve fads,, :we-think every fair man- in the. cause of severe.grief. to the the Kissimmee nvers. ; .this Iii of_ absolute and we will ante take a new,deal_ ,and- Lead and Iron Pipe f
mo.crcI.
p :, !: _1870 to 1872 include but a trifle of indCht that the control of affairs has passed community conclude that' the; men and yet a review. of the importance 'and 'deservesour warmest' 'go t&dig'ing that potatoes the again'will DOORSSASH.BUNpsMOULDlNGSSCGAR; '
Ilopirjg liberty no seempresumptions' .
.:: ;] edness which bad accrued, previously. from them who refused to'uccept the and.boys.who arc engaged in this kind last ten years- proves conclusively that consideration, but in the attainment: or* I am truly yours, ,; Mills, Evaporators ,
I
,
,
1 Why the amount of $1 .O of claimst bon of suffrage when freely: offered electioneering, are seeking to'obtain tho-political, course 'of'the Democracy 'hU issue: object of State I shall.bonds oppose or other l.nY'tn further as'ure t ?GEO.. M.,VAX SCiDOR.'f; .Cat-Fitting f hoofing. Jotting, all, 77a.

t": : :accrued up to January I, 1818 was *1S 1- them upon equal terms with others.. office under false pretenses and throwIng .jtslt'' rendered that legislation .neces- likely I to incumber the State,'only.askingsuch I SmUhir.z done to ordei dljE -

:, : ;.lowed to go over t.be Audited In, 1873 But "Democracy, has accepted the dust in the eyes of those who are sarY.J; aid\ as rosy he obtained.from timber Our..'D' val County Guests.. '

; -1 and 1874, is a thinJ we do not profess to sitUHtion! Yes 5that is 8; but, they willing t deluded, by them. President: Johnson, relying upon the CTants.and the. Internal' Improvement In our next.issue' we propose to make T REPUBLIC .

t : j understand clearly. have done so too many times. I 1864 ,A f W days''ago, the 'city p per published Democratic professions of satisfaction Land Sixth, As'. 'reg rds. 'the- .election S for and special 'reference yfsit to the made most to.agreeable ;A,. FIRST,CLASS' VoRNING. NEWSPAFER ::

'r S, '..( By far the greater amount of expenses and, Co, when :acceptation and amnesty a statement of the estimated ex .with the result of .'the tontest in'arms; United Statea'.Senator.. ,! stand'' pledged by the satisfactory Dnval Asricullnral and Horticultural our city- Published in the Bennett Building! ,Nassau and Fulton

incurred by the county through wt q't hand in hand they accepted ; : penses of conducting the schools in Du 'and of"earnest desire .for, a' resumption to,no man nor will'I be; shall' support JSbcifyx iorahi'v.ont, .w- an .streets- .NewYnrk", : -, t .S,
..n s
I the sheriff's olilce, -bcnding the care soon after, their own severity to the colored 1- val county for the coming'season, as citizenship with due.regard r r- the the1 'man' yboll -'fceling Ttnd"lnterests only express the gr pleasure and satisfaction 'i'A." .'
are identified with our State;' I shall, ,!8 by mail 18 cents per week by carrier
; ;
vof the and the the in this State and elsewhere induced certified the of all favored and such ,it gave our citizens and the per year
i jail feeding prisoners man Ly County Superintendent rights permitted however, support no Radical carpet 3 I cents per .
Steamship Company to have our Duval : : '
r' and proper care and attention anda tho constitutional, amendmentsand to the Assessor. One of the items in resumption, but no sner'wero th 'nv bagger or scalawag, as som,'men' have friends spend ,iv couple_of days with us, copy.THE REPUBLIC J

proper system of keeping the accounts reconstruction laws. Again', l in thii estmat was for 'rcnt &c;, State'governments .fairly installed, ,thantheir lone heretofore.'.' .!. examining pur soil!l"and fruit trees'j' inspecting'the -, ..

_ tend to lessen the expense and prevent 1868. hoping to defeat the .State constitution 4000.; Now, when'it i is found that the ;severe and discriminating( actionagafnst Repisblians'tbere, "work' for.you. to steam-ship Mediator with Contain DAYl

mistakes; and besides, the plan of confining and control the State, they cultivated item pf rents' paid by the county for the equal participation of 'e do in. this county. ._, view.of acquainting themselves not only ,ALL l.HK 'NEWS' OK'THE
,. COLCMBIA.Conservatiyes"COUNTY'. with the of that fin
3 the Ihe colored schools during the in great capacity -ship, Being i complete 1 in'all"k. d departments and furnishes
I charges. tgninst county to. 'I. friendship f \bie.tH preceding ,was freedmen all the rights of citizenship, ''Tho have jiominatedColonel but,; from personal interview: with'the prompt and ample reports of c .

I IT the fee ,allowed by law, has 'a very again they accepted flairs Broadhead less than three hundred dollars, we ar! rendered the"subsequcnt legislation; of Walttr R.:Moore for the Senate, officers and representatives of the line, CITY INTELUGEHCE., :,;

LI strong tendency t keep down expenses. letter a indicative of their intention, at a loss t know what the1 other $3,10 Congress absolutely! necessary for* tne r and D.N. Cone and K. D. Edge r the to perfectas: larss possible, the proper : FOREIGN AND'POMESTIC MARKETS,. ,'> .

_, 'Such' a system was inaugurated by the when able,. to. abrogato aI) ,reconstructive ,.- 1A.J /IrNo school houses! have been general protect ,"and.it followed as 'a House '_ _. .,' arrangements for errly for the. prompt and of :AND. POLITICAL AND GENERAL EVENTSA<
transportation quantity
present sheriff and hence we utluild) the with the strong hand burned; 'there was plenty of room'for miter of indisperisible duty. S' S cheap ; I
lglsliuon ,Jl THE IssuFx The political issue before vegetables and fruit raised in the valleyof 1NALLQUATERSPnugh ;

-- ,. 'result, shown. l y the figures already
: given from the records. It may be fur- surd their del et, they experienced another school houses, and why, therefore. ;is wbeY.6id a feW days since that if err{ in uhde'r's'tanding t. U-: :Hj', just)this; '.The weather was raw and .very Unpleasant Ocean ,able. "' ..si I

.______ their remarked that Captain Durkee heated term of'affection, for colored this large .sum" rafsed P The Superintendent he, "had. two thousand.dollars, he could and nothing more, : Shall the control'' of which wo. much regret, ,but, Special care will 'be Ulen'to render. the. Republic. *-,. ..'. I
IL a sot of for his rI- which with it ordered the House of Representatives pass into apart from this, everything passed off Suraaus at > r
own varying degrees was by '
men lilay'say 4
"ppene bob tt Le elected. We understand he made a the bands of the DemocracyAny'side: Agreeably and we'can bntearrestly hope ,
: use which show the amount, date of 'finally culminated in the the School' < therefore he Is not WASHINGTON'ANT ALBANY I
at intensity Boni raise'last Monday.. all! you: :who issue, any division of -the 'Republican that; individually and collectively our

_ I and number of every:county order 1s nomination and support of .a life-long responsible ,! But the Superintendent are"for sale like pigs and'poultry W walkup strength on- locaquesUoos,,any votes St.-Job 'tf river neighbors;as also representatives Complete, interesting, and thoroughly. reliable. .:-j I t

'sue3. (so far,as.possible to obtain,them]) abolitionist, confident that nothing coulc] is the bawling champion' "low and 1 1get'yourprice. "Iloncsty! no drawn1' frt,m. ;th.e.Regular ticket,Jby .the from Agricultural Societies rIN.NcIAL NEWS !

; 'and also what ale yet outstanding and .Rings. honor us with their visits. Our Market. Banking Insurance and other ust'
: unpaid, whereby he has a better knowledge ardour wbch, ne\'eI1boles Board and) one'o( iu officers. and from: 'w S ( in proportion to'their strength our- parlyand tend to people.will always stand ready tor w'el- tome under this' important head,will be made*&S ,

of the financial condition of the could not 'outlve' until now him }hc Board obtain the requisite information -Mawbeysayslnhls speeches that' increase the chances of Democracy, come them and-if desired kt them 'omplete. ': i

$ .. t county than any other man. Just such the incompetence of'the upon which t base' their 'es bo "seateiJ( Scottand', McInnTs" .in- the Let'nbthinglland the"way"or a 'com on* tt'tour inspection all.over the island .LITERARY.INTELUGENCESAND REVIEWS: w1I1 be'I I'I'i

jthose who 'und .and colored have become manifest sand if mate plete Republican 'success.' It,'is vital! and, tbon'djacent country..The, Railroad ,i Criticism on MuM th. PaJutiD&c: ,
r men, : riod comprehend race TO ; th'ey too large an Legislature. A 'mistake.; It was' hot regularly given,impartially prepared by practiced pens
and, are assured -
we.
to"the' and welfare of the nation Steamship: Companies
; the practical working of our that'nothing but a "white'man1* party" estimate, he lias the:means of them that bo but/b peace I
knowingand ,seated, .114 ,sole that the party that'stands"pledged to the will do all in 'thelr.'power-not THE:DITORLU DEPARTMENT

_ county system and what legislation, is: and[ whIt leagues can protect the superior corretling.it.t He did not correct It thing'to their i pantaloons': 'I&'ldys be unity(of the Rep blic, to an honest ,and only in furmshlng'rapid and cheap transportation I While-distinctly recogniring the p itlc.1 pdnciP' t

1 necessary fur the best and most econom race We.ask, then,"of.ihe r responsible man in '- :', ejub1han ;wben economical administration its'affairs direct tt J.New York for all the r and rendering aluarncsund COM. CI** -supportsn&- I.

ical of carrying on the affairs of : That the Democracy Ic thif district this matter, this, u -tax" man. fhy quite young. par s the to"the protection, .its citizens at :homeand truit,and truck they can raise,but;will connibutOn Republican party take.the will more,with general compmn lln.oInotic: ."

_ government moo!,:are proper inin'to send to were in.a state of great doubt to their this hlee'a of $ .:a d,loW does only :'hanf :work? he"ove'did, and he abroad, should, be 'Continued' in gladly aid on their.enterprise and. such >and industries duty that belong*to ft complete. ',newspaper.. '. ."
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3,70' power. A :vote, cast, independent i ,byadvice: 4t-o ? : ;
the l> l&torefvVeMk'lhfl( )'|erlpa' *t- true policy in making a nomination, WMfevident he Intend.t9 use, It is he tok' QJ!before" .F.as well w !I.as afterjie, rwasweaned. ticket U a vote thrown in>favor ofj-De4 assistance,-asmay |>e,in th'ei H',pow r.,,, ...,.,., :,:' :. j.THE"' R.tfVBUC.: a.,. ." Yorkt'tN." : '

I .cution of the public(?to these smtnt ,e.[ :' *Tbepirty, ta neatly has trerd.C ,up under'this1)ominous' .' ,>, e.w. inocT.-Washington Republic. l i ', This"port belongs as much to tho good .100t. : 'I'f'" .'.. .


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THE NEW SOUTH : SEMIWEEKLY JACKSONVILLE h.

SATURDAY. OCTOBER' '24.* 1874! f. _

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: CITY NEWS X.SSTI3 N at\U'e'. V In Short.A excursion does so at peril of injury to THAT SODA FOUNTAIN', 'I';.VV .' V .VVV& .Ito..- -V :: I'U1tHJTUt& ..-

It: is rumored that a colored woman ,. car load of horses arrived jester- herself, as the 'deaa.ball" so appro- In the IM,Aswwto"dpi store b admired, by* aatJll ; .- V .VVVV: ; )"'V. ._ -_'__ _

)OUlI! ; OCTUBM. 14. 1814- residing In Brooklyn has given birth to day for C. B. McOenny. niately in every named conceivable Is hurtling direction through and their .__ _ ._ ."' I- f i WAREROOMS
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a litter of puppies resembling the Newfoundland See local advertisement of store to in several instances ladies, have been V MARINE INTELLIGENCE.AKRITALS '** .,'. FURNITURE : : V V

Re DU1 blreetory.V8CIcr breed. We have made zealous retfl in St. Augustine. struck by unskillful players. Common AND, CtXAlANCES- AT THE C AS H RETAIL PRICE CURRENT. V'V',V V
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& I bead we wm publiali tTy Stur&yLiit.c Inquiries and search for the facts Scissors to grind 1" is the latest courtesy such to the ladles should prevent JACKSONVUXK FLOHDA.AUOTAU. OF Fresh' Coshen Butter,per l'o LV ..._' .--'-'_jjc .

ctZ.Lkf -J tie andthe, woman, but cannot learn definIte song on Bay street.Bucky' dangerous performances.Respectfully Yours V r DAVIS&DRE'PARLOR

'doc"ridaJ arm--J Oct.scb Victor St. Cbecee0_ .
Fttaard. Angnstine.
"0 by 4 particulars. show window a EKX AV : .,
IaStanl Eo-C8pJ.pur.litreet.bc lRector. presents __ 'Oct us.SIr Dktator Vote Charicsum. Fauna Market a e-r'i :- :
Sc J** L K. Weller. Sunday )cea II bad.me appearance, from the, street. Oct.st,ttr.Litzic Baker, '-5ac.Savannah.CUAJtoms. ._ ,. .., ;:
ti 1-- _. dfty.aZ I} A. .. Fnday I An Item of Interest to Florida., THE HISTORY RloCooperIbLayer _
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& rleklf'l Um**. Sundays -tf. Pensacola !arranged. Of P.A.Lyman't-Kentucky "Whisky.. Tk 0&s .*ch.HeIeAnosta.TofdaaBvdgeport.N.J SUITST CHAMBER. SUITS?
s-tar Schoo&JIICbcNM1Ic_.. ...." -L1- ..1* ;

fSi Ff** bW 4aM J P. ; Railroad In the United States Supreme father the grain reaped by Metbusaleh, Kunjctf distilled Oct. .i. sch. Victor. Foznrd St. Augustine and
fe:k 's7 tK.iNcwn. being sawdnsted by Mr. Henry Van New SmJUIL Macaroni.Vermicefla.per ., V___"It '-
SL .. sSeeuTR*{!'J- U.) Fttzpatnck cornet Court. In the list of orders in the Dohnat his own expense at the Pyramids ol Egypt t>7 hc Spnyu watered .. Oct.as.Kh.S., P.HJ.:Turner.New York.METEOROLOGICAL ,per Ib_' .
peS by the river .NOe-dripped thVoagh.r coW t
erUv1 United States Supreme Court of the MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES::.
I3ar1t.comer,of Church and Hogaa Kitets, -The steamer Vplnsht, arrived at worm a thousand miles long-heated bytwqVclrnn.., P per can_ ...:" -s V
RECORD --'--
date October 10th is the ,, Ap.
N' 'bdca:: (.IOt. Services every Sunday following: John Clark's wharf with lalu-n up by fcur earthquakes drawn ;l""gh the : \'
Thursday over Observation,' '
1tr tdkenInCat J. taken at 7 A. M *?. is.aadp.K. ,
Whortleberries.per
.;111.t MaTT tl ,lll.hUcla Duvd st.LMI'a .WI"r1 No. 3. (Original.) State of Florida, $ !,000 worth freight the lot Great Desert of Shara and refined inspected' by bur daily,by the Signal Service U.S.Army in this dry.is ".- 3 -

..s f'lftCSUft.It"."{: >.P""orNewnsn complainant vs. E. C. Anderron et ale ; largest thousand revenue officcrt-glorified with stanp.-' ut in >. *' '" Pie FnriM.per r:.._. ___ .j V
t_ V S. W coiIr O\urcb and bN..u.fr streets.Brooklyn. Ordered that demurrers and motion to received this Fall. Noah's Ark,landed on top of,Mouw:Ararat covered -.3 sT a. wind. !. I? : DAVIS & DREW, :V ;
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Quinceapetca. .
dismiss cross-bills be set down for -Street politicians are becoming perfect with the cobwebs uf creation,awl drawn by lour Kehant i s o y -D" 3 Parlor V Ouabe "' V
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tdft'llt. .war S. FairbanVi ftll- argument teams to P.A.Lyman's Restaurant Bay street. .174.'- ] I I i s _;; r f _- Suits. cmwoT Svit*. F
C-.II I'UI. Friday, 13th November next. nuisances and the police should .. c. .1 I Pe.P: Parlor 0aaW

.f.C.W IIqt Co N.We conet', (Pine and Uno $tree ,. ; keep the sidewalks clear of them. where cultivated.it was christened'and its 'acquaintance. can be : 'J. i .-ft"r X = J i .i. Red ,per can.. __ _- PufarSatis.Suit. BAY AND IAUKA STRUTS, ,.Srts. '

c.1I.nlllt'utor 'o-243t. Toes so 9 30 30 68' 84 NC' Gentle OM Clear .
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rt Nctbodislo unjOtOD* atnet.1trr 3. R. List of Juror Amass meeting will be held in this -- Wed st 7 30.34 61rV S3 'NE Gentle o.oo Fair Damson,pores.___ .s &.. VV
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IIIo __ V The following named Jurors were city this afternoon lavor' .of Hon. J. A good store.located in the finest business portion ". -: '9. 33 30-34 76 6yINEGentzs.on 54 NE Fresh son Clear Fair alb To3JbTomatoesper; ..___. V V tS .,".

Lad Trip of the Seaion.be drawn by the Clerk of the Circuit Court T. Walls. All! the prominent Repnbir- of the city of St.Augustine; wefl adapted far any business. Thu.. s*' 7 5 30.33 3o.s 64 y$ 94 49 N NE Gende Fresh evoo_ Fair Fair r*" __:10 V V. V :V'V V "."

stewrr Silver Springs, will make in conformity to law, October 14th, can speakers of the State will be prescot.Mr. Address. Best James location M. ia JfIIC.s&'AupuIae.W..c.Coopu.1acboDYillc. the dty. Rent,Iso per month. Fri..* 13 1B.9 30."3 6s 70 90 7S N NE Gentle Gentle o.o oc Fair Fog. sscootachpurr.' ; VJ .5 V EXAMINE OUR V LARGE' '. STOCK. V

Sondiy trip to Mayp.'rt for the 1874 for the approaching Fall Term of F. C. Sollee and Wm.Haddock 1044 I" t 30.14 76 65 NE Fresh 0.00 Fair V .:;,v V VI
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hey they.s Ib ?.. 13 I
to-morrow. Capt. Jones, dor- the Court in the presence of the Sheriffof were out hunting on last Wednesday, Barometer corrected lor temperature aad elevation.JACKSONVILLE V V. .- V V ".pj': ;,',u. VV

geason the past'ecawn has done his level the County and W. L. Coan,' Esq., a killing 47,quail,'! snipe, -wild turkey, CEDAR KEYS OYSTERSAt JeflyqtglaJSjaTVVV,; -V.. 05' VV ... V .V- ,:: ,'", '.

Ing command Justice of the Peace the latter rabbit and several Fred.Bettelini's Restaurant Bay street.PostofficeMVttT -RETAIL UAR.KET. __,-,.,-?.-, .;'....,.. ". ..IS' 101 ..C.V.V.'P5 .' V
best with the weans at his being one other' smaller Fresh delicious and cooked ia every conceivable '{Corrected Weekly.] 110 ,. V, 101 ... 101 bV V

; to wire the public satisfactorily, andwe present in the place of the County Judge birds.In style. Received daily. lo-ai. 31 POWLS-GAisE. WaeC'.5; 101 ,' :". : 101 V VZOlee V V
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another will see him with who is absent from the Stale: New York many young ladies Venison per D) .... IS Gt to quarts : 101 BaySC, .101 101 V V V I
hope year Chickens ir...... S
GREAT EXCITEMENT per so@ 70 :ijAOtSOKTOLU ,
101 101 I
facilities, on the same route. CRA.KD JTEOES. go to Lord & Taylor's to have their Over the but ; "Rich's Chickens half grown per pair__ 40& 6. \ndallothergoodsinprpportioa.atthestorecfJOHN In I'. 101 V V
improved political canvass, greater over Turkey*.each (Sew in the market)_ f i oo A a 50 . 0. I
Wm. F. Hargrove C. Pnce shapes rectified aDd their architecture 101 101
Henry splendid assortment of groceries. ionf Turkey*, small,' I 5O0 i 75 I' B. ROCHE. .
; The Zodiac. Charles Hopkins David Kemp, A. J. renewed. Young ladies here don't need Wild Turkey each...., i 30 & oo "V 101 101 .. .. ..*,. lrt m V V r -
Summerall Henry Simmons Richard RING HONESTY Partridges.rar h .,,,... to@ u -j.jij.nej --.- VV t .f
such NO I LOW PRICES I 101 % 111
establishment. 'f c
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informed Mr. Woodward Anderson John any : V '? 101 C J0! ;V. V V
by \V. Hawkins
We are ; Frank I. the motto at Rich's emporium. so--r '!' tViV V
When Mullet per"""g..._-.i. ?. >s@: : ::,, .: ik' : Ve. 101 101'
agent of the X ew York and Fernandina Benidee, Philip Hartley.. David W. a person tears clothing by r c'-- L. SneepbeaJ.per fItrina11O@, ;, .s ; V 010101010&0101019101 .

steamship line that the Weybossct bas :Fripp Jesse D. Oxendine, Thomas coming in contact with the ragged edges COtniTRY FIRMS PROMPTLY Y SUPPLIED_ Bass. earh....... ;..;, ,._.;. /aQ 30 '. ,." V '.. "3V ,V .-" .*"<*.:. .* V IOlu.---------------oIO1 .'.. 'VAV }:JIIU1010J '
Bowden Jacob With the best Groceries in the Market Wm. V iGloo Dam ft Duv.ooIOl V
Gumbinger, Harvey by Rich. MEATS.Bacon. .VVV .
that line and the of crowded ,----- -- 101" \,.
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from or by.being : : --
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t been Granger Henry E. Holmes John Anderson ; lOr cash. -,-ioi iff. .C It. per Ib... 18 @ M ; 101 IQloooo FuaarrpM_lot t ') I
late of the New against barrels b which have Beef, Ih.. .V._ ,'. ,
fine steamer Zodiac Otis L. Keene, Elich Higgin- or xes men per ;; xo@ i' : V, V, 111 101-.0. --- ---.---- 111J "

fork and Savannah line. takes her botham, James Barley,' Samuel Spear- been placed in the' higway by those who THE PARENTS Mutton Beef Fulton(scarce market)per I IK.per.lb__' 16 15&@ 18 16 ., ,. 101 101' IQlooo 1.1- W- .-A&aJIOCU.w1---'- .----------111'V ,"., V

Zodiac left New York ing, Mathew I. Philips William Sa.rgent.PETIT thus exhibit their in offensive )faH well regulated families purchase* their' groceries of Pork,per Ib-V... ; r 54 16 J. HOLLAND, lot itioioiou D ft Dpinoioin ; VV
on wares a J
place. The very Rich Folk's Block Bay street. 10.11 tf Ham.per lb_.___. 16 0 toShoulden VI tot 101 101 ., V
22d and is expected in Fernandinaon JURORS. manner, who should pay the damage ,per lh .. it 9 WATCHMAKER V 10] 101 10: '," i
the FAITH,'HOPE AND CHARITY. White Bacoa.-per lb_ IS@ so A 101 101 101 101 ,
John S. Wallace Foster V t
Driggs. f If the street belongs to the "' '
Tuesday next. public noux. JEWELER V 101 101 101 lot. .
The last but not least is bund by baying V
. .. Alonzo Williams, Charles A. Fairchild, let the fact understood and enforced.If from Rich. groceries tf White,per bbl ... .. ", ,,io @tt 50 101 101 101 111.# ,; -
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Wm. S. Oliver, Edward W. Denny, Extra tied per bbL._... 9 @10 CornerJPine and Bay Sts.., .101 101 .101m 71
Postponed.Gen. Stokes Whittaker, Jacob M. Wbittaker, it is, private, property we presume a Superfine,per bbl-;,',. ,... __ 7 @ s 101 101 101 101 .' :
A CHALLENGE Corn .....,.... c
will be unable to Daniel P. Smith James W. Picket patient public can bear to know it. Jde-a1.peraack 3 >S @ 3 80 JAcKSONVILLE ILORIDA.V 101 101 "
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J. Finley ,
:; Open to the State of Florida"Irrespective of race, Hominy. per tark. 3 35 j385 101 101.1 <--3 -

pest in this city on the 27th inst., as Charles O. Livingston Rufus Reynolds, -Mr. Eugene Vanderpool has just color or previous conditionCASSIMERE /* nturr. V V : _101101 '. .. J.,

announced, as engagements Daniel It. howell, Adam English, fitted a neat and convenient fishhouseon V Apples per doa 30 40 V New Jewelry Clocks Watch ; ;4J. t _
previously Robert Hogans, Charles U. Koffman, up SUITS Limes.per do'V;.;__ 10 @ 15 :

la other counties will preventMr. John C. fleming, Harrison Hausbury, Solary's wharf, where he packs and unrivalled lor looks and general artistic make-up,can Lemons Banana.,.per neb dor_'.. .._ '50 3 @@ 70',5 es,Diaond Plated and. : ;
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J. L. Burch will accompany Mr. Prince Johnson, George Benjamin, prepares, for shipment the various fishes be purchased cheaper at Bucky's than. any other known CXAIX.Corn. Sold and Silver V THE FINEST BEST SELECV'ED ,

Finley' through Clay and neighboring David G. Love, Michael Hearn, Joseph which are so abundantly taken in our !: ; .,per buShel.'.M.' :,..,......I.;s'@ i 30 Ware, etc. IN THE SOUTH. .. "' i4 V
Nelson, Uriah Bowden, Daniel W. Oats,per bushel .. i 10 @ i 11Sab ; ,VJix' l I
counties. Xlr Burch is an eloquent and Davis, Wm. T. Garvin, John G. Aroow river, particularly shad and mullet. He GENTS UNDERWEAR' ., -V. ,. \.1.4

attractive speaker and we Are afraid (reorge Lamsbury, Tbodore Hartridge has one of ,Allegretti's refrigerators, .Such as' Undenhirts Drawers Socks,are bought attrikingly ,per sack _V VSutter.perfl'V .ft._.. i So @ i *$ DIAMONDS, PEARLS, ARE{ _V V ,-.. 1 I

will prore a powerful bower for Gen. Richard Williams, Samuel Chapman, which enables him to keep his fish in depressed prices-at Buck,. ,, Cheese, per B) __?____ 35 18 @ft *40 a CIOUS STONE I Parlor RICH .PLAIN. ,0.. Jfft "

John Hammond. Zachariah Hartley good condition until wanted. Mr. J. THE CLINTON AND MAGELLANV Lard per Ib_ -_ 18 @ ao .E GL. Suit*. V V V ? Sate. V
Finley. John G. Jacob Finin Prince !. ; Eggs(scarce)per dor___V _. : ::35 @ 40 Parlor and ansbor'I'T; I
Ferguson- C. Grace.. has charge of the retailing Hats are not only bought at Bu J'.by Mawbey and Potatoes,Irish,per bu Jyel______ a 50 @ 3 oo I Suits Suits_ V_:* '
Albert. J C3 Durkee,but by every person who will appreciate a bat Sweet .M ._ _ I OD Q t -* Parlor SUBSTANTIALFURNITURE 'Cmrmhs. '
County Tax Books. ________ and packing, and from long experiencewill for its durability and stylishness Onionspet'- 70 @ 75 Initial Letters, MogJ. and Suits. Sal'Parlor ''"''', I ISuits.
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The books ol the County Tax Assessor Duval Agricultural and Horticultural be likely to give his customers gen -. naiaD rwvi: Fancy artistic O Diamba s...! J '
Society. FINE WHITE AND COLORED BLANKETS, Peaches, per Ib-...- 15 @, II. an 1"1.Stndrd. .
have been turned over to the Collector eral! satisfaction. reduced lh ..V,.' 30 & 35V ,.:;' t"f V i V V
at greatly prices-comparison of prices chal- Btackberries'lb
who will pr jceed immediately to The meeting of this society was heldat -_ enged by Bucky. ,-, ___ '5 16SCXDRIB. .; .f -

The total the usual October Ben Butler. .time ,Chronome ,:
the collection of taxes. taxes place on Saturday, by -
THOSE LADIES', HATS Wood.pi leperconl-- 7S @ 4 oo We offer stock .
to tt
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are selling rapidly-such an unusual demand for them Nonheni. .._ :
Hay per cwi i 50 (A i 7 j remarkably low prices. V ,..
to .n. 3.00; county fii-hool tax as- interest from the practical character of your issue ot the17thon,. Gen. Butler, has never before been known in Jacksonville. I make, Coal. per .. .10 oo @iz oo 'VV; "
contains my sentiments exactly. The a specialty oClhcm. Syrup, Florida.per gal .- 75 @ 5o :
for State the discussed and the method of
K-fsed. 20,097C5; (Oscs.'t9,882.i6. topics V
p.ur should Honey strained per pi 90 @ I on VVV'T
people not forgehis good services Tallow, lh. ..-. ... V V .,'
The books have been neat- handling them. per 10 @ u -0'-
In time of trouble, when the very BALMORALS' '- t. Acnrr vu.T.CIT B > V .t1'--fJ J-
!Ij and ,'elll.rpt by Assessor G.'- '!. President Finley being absent Vice life of the nation was threatened from Nice Woolen shawls-for evening and break&st_- COD AT V V "

President Bidwell took the chair, and J. within ,and without. lIe certainly deServes can b:bought very low at Bucky's. V ,NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ( DAVIS & DREW, ,: V
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, S. Parker was made tern. honor'nd credit, not slander THE V .M
Religious. secretary pro ABOVE ITEMSare AND MARBLE ,
and abuse. However if
we carefully
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Mr. Adams from the Committe on published In consequence of a recent notice made MISCELLANEOUSPIANOSORGANSPIbOS V
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Er.. Mr. Spence, the newly appointed : examine, we will find that all this uncalled D. DXALKKS IX., :* --
public-Thai Bucky Defied Compet.tIoa"bcIt ;
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Transportation, reported that on a general for venum is oozed from the ,.
Pastnr of Tiinity M. E. Chapel, has therefore known that die Great Southern Bazaar comprises -- kinds of : ;
AU CARPETS
FURNITURE.
GRATES
of those who remained AND :! ,
conference at Fernandina of the fangs home crowing .. FENDERS.. '
will the largest Clothing and Gents' Underwear Establishment t "
arrived in town and' preach tomorrow MATTRESSES WHITE PINE WAL1;
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friends of transit tation, the conclusion over our failures, secreting, aiding in the State. 10-11 tf Terra Cotta Ware, Drain Pipe &c., mod V
NUT CEDAR LUMBER etc.
and evening at the usual and the and
morning abetting cheering on ,
enemy
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to. 4 J L. BURCH.
reached that the formation of
was a joint "
hours New York riots, while Butler was on ATTENTION -

stock company. one-halt the amount to the battle field risking his life, that the MAYOR'S Orncy IJACKSOKTUXE OTJCE -TAX-PAYERS. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. "' S' 4

Services may "be xpected in the be taken by the steamship company and nation' might live.V Wo regret thai ,Fix,Oct. 17, 1874. } N, .1 I

Ocran street Presbyterian Church tomorrow the many of the former have'crept in and To TUB Crrnrtus or I ACKSOXTILLK: OFFICE COUNTY TAXCOLLECTOR.LA. a "
one-half by the producers, for pur- Your attention is muM respectfully called to the condition HAS CHARMS!
morning at 11 o'clock. and in chase charter of steamer DOW boast,and call themselves Republicans of sidewalks. During the dull ] Fu..Oct. 'tI. 1874. MUSIC : ,
or a glMl your season you
The State
and friends of the colored man. and County Tax br 1874 is now due an
the evening, at quarter to eight o'clock, adapted to the inland channel and river But, colored men and old Republicans ban not been urged In this connection br Car of workng payable at my office. No. s ReQua's Block next doorto
Eev. E. W. their a hardship to many whose IIICaDI are limited. the Past-office !, i rt
ly new
Camming trade was the safest cheapest and most do not mistaken.. .' they are only suchin The time has arrived however br the annual The law oCrSrj compels the selling of all ptopulj V
now ,
All invited. which taxes are unpaid the first of December ; iKt ,..
Seats upon -
pastor. are free. and remainsa upon PRICE REDUCED.
name only so long as
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means for the solution of nfluz of and compels'lDe .
satisfactory visitors my duty to all to rrompt payment will save considerable cost and .. .
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chance for olhce "wolves in i .
-only p.J"
The ban the sidewalks repaired. I annoyance. V
the transportation difficulty. reportwas sheep's clothing. Such Republicanstried IG24 CW'' PETER JONES.Mayor. .- V,' ;- L j
Runaways. I hope that all property owners win at once relay
accepted and seemed satisfactory to to revile and 'abuse the honored their walks where nevded. and replace all old and V V
Quite a commotion was created on THE BEST IN THE WORLD., : : .
and IatnentedVthe true and tried Iriends H. SHERMAN
broken planks thus saving an expense to the city br W V V

Bay street yesterday by the running all.Mr.. Parker bavin; suggested that the of the colored man, Hon. Charles Sumner serving notices and Usuing execution when'tee city, is V V ;. ,. .. t'k :;
INTERIOR DECORATOR :
away of Mr (;eo. McConihe's horse and built in the but they singly failed. His "civI compelled to repair said sidewalks. I' "'
new steamer being vicinityof > ? ;
AND -
TiKl"
rights" bill let it be voted or down 1,12C PETER JiNES Mayor. A"LJFE
up WILL LAST -
IVm. Bay Lorw the latter attached UNIt)STERER. '
his place by Mr. Barker could be is a living monument of his republicanism .-> (. -V *,** VOT

to a dray. The driver of the dray horse procured on easy terms to take delegates and humanity. When the names TO.THE VOTERS OF DUVAL COUNTY, ,COR. LAURA. .AND. AKOs CHURCH- STREETS. _: V 1';, :V' I,. ,

endeavored to check his horse but could to the convention at Palatka. Mes aud deeds of those new lights yea, I would most respectfully announce Bystlf as an independent ,DAVIS" & DREWS, V .. IiIt ;

tot and finally was thrown off. The those galvanized Republicans, like the Republican candidate br 'tbc' General'Assembly V Jacksonville Flu HaY 8le myself with, the largest Musk :
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Parker and Mason with :
were appointeda .
srs. 7-Orders left Furchgott Benedict& or R the South 1 km now seffat Bnusnal oo d : : '
last of faded and for- Ho C
horse down rose summer are of Duval county. P. will receive Local references p J 5 a .
thrown Moody attenbon.
was and the dray prompt .
the boat if luw lor cash ,
committee to they prices by ,
engage Sumn..r and Butler shall live Ross Mn. 'o
gotten, Respectfully&.c by permission: A. J I. Hurtnall m 1 paJD '1r" ', :
turned ov r. The PILl' A. Zacharias and S. P. Mat the Knabe. HaDett & Davis Co..Haines
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darkey, recovering deemed it expedient. lorever. On one point only, do l disagree JOHN T. EDWARDS. Singer Sewing Machine A B. or
Of TH* CKLDBATXO,' .eft 1
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tair. Your orders arcftlpecd'u1laoIiciled.swa W.P. EmenoB and the Southern Gem Pianos; also :"
from the riiot-k looked up and seeing Upon motion it was ordered, That with your correspondent. You are La Vffla. Oct. 6, *I. lo-jtd Mason&Hamlin and Ploubet.Pdt&Co.Organs

the horse on its back exclaimed, 'I the advisability of producers taking mistaken wben'you ascribe to Gen. But- SHOP. Easiest terms ever Call and see what Icaao(. SHONINGER QRGAN.tIN : >
CARRiAGE
ler the honor of first aDd gf.
MILL
dOle organizing .
guess you'll stop now. stock in the purchase charter of learners arming colored troops.. Generals DULler Well located on the banks ol the St.Job rim! and L way ].H. p ;t .. \ '
GEORGE LEA
necessary for inland transportation Freemont and others may claim to McCoy's creek,to be leased to renponsibie parties by 'I ', ,n, JWJ DAILY CSKV VV' I, '&:..I :

Crackers ? to Fernandina" be made the first topic be the first who organized shovel brig- the month,year,or ia parties 4jj1 to saw by the V CARRIAGE:' MAKER CARD. ,- V V V : ,.,. ;- :.

The Savannah papers hare the repu- for discussion at the next meeting., ades, but to' Maj. Gen. Hunter, '"long thouI,1Id Apply at the I A ,.t 5 VV t- '
he wave/' belongs the honor of ClBCtKATDU LtSBAKT. The best Buoical talent of die country recetnraead
tySon of exaggerating the truth on al Messrs. Dr.Johnson and Everett froma may COR..WASHINGTON AND ADAMS STREETS o V' NOTICE : V !
first organizing. uniforming'and arming these Organs. The nicest and best. More for T** V V !

topics. They sometimes give special committee then made their report colored soldiers in the late war. I will VICHY AND KISSENGEN.V JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA To our Exchanges,,Publishers,a Printers,all. ,and give better sattoEtcttai, than say OI2Ia'I"Ij. .' !
\II the truth straight condition and hilt 'when asked be Many on rising in the morning complain of a headache money '
though. The following upon the sanitary quote reply, why -' ;i"r V !
is from the Advertiser ofaccordance made such a move so.soon: "11 the or feeling stupid. A glass' of Vichy or Kissengen WM build in finM-dass. style. Carriages Buggies and now made. They comprise the "" V

social status colored man' is good enough to shouldera from "Tuffti" Mammoth fountain In La Favorita cures LIghtWagons.' V THE ANSON HARDY .iBhMrated '!

Fwan-The Florida Union local with a previous request-ef the society. shovel, he is also good 'enough to aU ch aD sant mti&i o-ij-if Erckat Concerto, Orctetra and .

Pea hw opinion as to the best place to The reports were both accepted with shoulder a musket." If necessary I Repairing neatly. done. Come and see my work.. Latest Improved "t:
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obtain '
free lunch The idea of a cracker the thanks of the society, and ordered can furnish the date of Gen. Hunter' OUR ENTERPRISING V lo-ji 3JDt' PAPERAND CARD CUTTERS .

U0.1"oner till lately been out of the under the of the order calling lDw'lb' "eervice colored Friends).Onto t Co..have seemingly spared no ) J .I' Catalogues sent by-a postpaid to.U7'j. !
oe of published supervision in the ** <<" soda bantam RLESTON AND :FLORIDA ,'III: I
a piney woods expense introducing "M 'inTit -
iDe chimney, giv men, of the. South; who: promptly responded CH I have resumed th* .'. .e-aaci sale of these .upon application ..J : i
an chairman. In this It Is admired and }
opinion OD ever%et up dry. by everyone
any subject, and most and did wait for bonn '
not big with which name has been so long; identified I
lDoustous of the soda from U is pronounced by aQ the ladies tor be STEAM PACKET CO,' Machines ray SHONINGZX ft Ca
aU such motion it was ordered,that the B. ,
on a subject, as Upon r V ,and'*extensively circulated fat the past fifteen f: I
DtTflOuy! Rich, is'nt it., There's secretary provide? at the expense of the V ties.I have no ax to grind 'no political the best.i' V V-- yean; 'and all tlackaut f my .**fadlln..n New :Bac; ,' :
lIothiDg like
cieet, young man. society the maps and charts' necessary aspirations; am promised neither officeor BUY "YOURSELF A HOME. ktrt.fler tt mvrktdtu Aarnn im my UhutrtUtJ firelr -I ." !

-_ V other emoluments from .GeD. Butler VittA-sm on S*.John's river Is of ered br sale. CHANGE OF SEHEDULE. ,with my**mt MmJmtUrtu m t**CMtttxf.My .FOX SALE OR RXNT-COUNTXY. ." !
New York for Dr. Everett, as illustrative of his other and ask'no favors One utiLe most desirable places in the vidnity of Jack V _____ V I
and Fernandina Line. or any man latest Improved Iron-Frame P PAPER CUTTER, 'J 1 V
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The V
lecture at Palatka. soavOie containing; s8 obout 8 bpIaaIiaa. steamers
proposed acres- acres ready '
The from any party.: I only speak from a with patent Boveahla cutting board two-Ik ed ternpered AND ORANGE GROVE,.f :
following table will $buw the Upon motion, Mr. Beatty was requested pure appreciation of right and justice For particulars apply at the c.oaaci- DICTATOR, AND, 9TiVPOINT knives.and squaring board still hoW its posl- HOTE .

I&i1itg dJi of the steamers of the to prepare for the,next meeting "Honor to whom honor.is due" V This of TUB New SOUTH. V ,. .stfFRED'S Until anther notice wffl sail as follows: don M the FATOKITK PArn Cvmm AMOHC Pmnrr- FOR- SALE OR RENT. I

above fceratil the 25th of November Gen. Butler deserves, no matter whetherthe ud the best machine in'the'market far the low
a paper on bin own successful experiment WJNE, L > .. THE STEAMER DICTATOR, us. ;
The We w31 RIll I1rhescasu.qrmIo.wyasp <-T
old Buchanan Democracy or our .,
steamers leave the Railroad wharf, in raising onions from the seed. like it. Those who have tastes &at sometime require CATTAIH.'O.'YOOEL. ? V price charged for it.TTkf V i !
at Ftl'D&ndina latter day Republicans may A little fine wbe their hearts to inspire. CHARLESTON Imitit ImfrrvtJ Oknfy C rJ CO9 fa pro. THE ALA CHACOor ORANGE HOUSE*
: The following persons were then elected embalms blaT deeds and they Win nmil farther; noticeleave CTy
History the
r-ksburg ; Will do well to caD at Bettelini's,of wide une,, TUESDAY evening;;and SAVANNAH every WEDoNESDAY onooed the MOOT BISIKABLK Cain Orrm in < I
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October 6. members ot the ,society;, J. IL shall ever live fresh in the minds of And sample his new stock of fine champagne: afternoon Sos FERNANDINAJACKSON aarket br the general uses of a pruning oce. Near ) Orange Cs.Ylssld&V:
f1 t 10. true soldier 1 have the honor to I Y1LLE.PALATKA and Intermediate Landing*, WITH THE FARM ORANGE GROYX ANIINURSERfr !
1redi&tor :: Paine Hoary Wing, LV.. Liusey. D. every HU elegant assortment lIOn selected I 71* mtU&uv* XufZb Card Cutter with.my ATTACHED.'J. .
abolitionbt.'and of the
15. ay I was an one That the most eminent connoisseua who have recent i still preferred by printers
latest Improvements, many
T"1ekg. and J. H. Kilbourne. RETURNING: 1*
L. .
Branning I
don the blue. because I
Wtf 20. first to Why, I inspected, and holds its mvorinsm over other-_. PROPERTY-IS MOST ELIGIBLY4VV :

11 eIaLOT$ 6se If 5. ,Upon motion, it was ordered,that,all thought and felt it was right. This sure Freely give it as a feet,that no hopse la Ae State Will leave PALATKA ever/SATURDAY FRIDAY morning morning, For sizes aad"prices tee illustrated drculan.. THIS LOCATED" miles from the Stean: :

ft SO."ict.tu. wives of members, by oouitesy of the feeling of right :and political independence Can boast of such wines,no matter how great;, towit and JACKSONVILLE the tide; every same day arriving! direct from the factory to mnypart of the' .boat Landing Lake'Monroe. ',', ;
1\ NOT L. hereby declared members induces me to vote for Gen. Fin For with Hddslck&Co..and E.Roeders'very heat. ht SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON every SUN-i Shipped __ .,. '
*trbosse. '. 10. Society, are 1 Icy and such other candidates.'Republl' You have choice:'of others who have long stood the w. I 'C ')1&i V. r
.4'a.tor, ot the Society. Conservative olored'"or'white. DAYTHESTEAMER Orders soKdted,and can be filled by retnrnmaitAddress. FOR INVALIDS THK CLIMATE JNOT '
ti ietabDhP 15. can test;. crn'l'OINT, i SURPASSED-white mo put of Florida earns :

ceii f* 20. Mr. Dale, prefacing the act with remarks only ask that they are: capable and Such..1oIocc ft Chaadoa's H.Meant,Krug&Co. .CAFTAW J. W. FITZGERALD I A bines so ma TROPICAL y advantages FRUITS.IfBotsoldbebrctbeFlRSTMONDAYte to the grower. V ',. V f!,
: and this Deeds : With Ernest EDo &Co. and Pommery&Greao': SON, HARDY of
25. the expediency obligation honest men, ; men, country SATURDAY evenI V !
___ upon Win leave CHARLESTON every ,' "11..1
I of sobriety of statement in giving and not party.: But you will say I am And I\eI"IV-'.ah that's.the brand that b flue. SAVANNAH every SUNDA Y afternoon bFU.NANDINA ,., 'Aubumdale.Mass.PLUMBING MAZcILVVV, ;

p,naL not consistent. A soldier and abolitionist And win please every one who Indulge In this line; JACKSONVILLE.V PAIATKA and, next the property will oa that day be ocd at public J"1 !
Mr.c. accounts of the agricultural capacity of and vote for the Conservative com And as it closing remark:'Mow"me to say Intermediate LandingsRET.URUIN> sal.to the highest Udder. Apply to 4* ,
A. Lincoln of New. Haven clusters If will call fred either evraing or day .. G I ,FLEMING S DANIEL MAUorncyv V V
$ryhed the State, then exhibited ,seven Jnee. Its the, man I 'vote for -and no V you upon : .V .
here last V Voo will surely be pleased he can doih thing brown V V V V .
Thursday. He ha. Is involved but the V AND VVjacbo.ms.vb.lAV!
: tubers of Tuberoses, each cluster containing party. Party not .my'TUESDAY1AClC.SONVILLE mon-og.
leave PALATKA
In link 'Wdl
And keeps the best Restaurant our sown.sst1.
P &bode at hU beautiful yillaandjamily tubers and country. Both parties as they DOW every WEDNESDAY morning so 'Od.oIwI.IIn. tf
from five to fifteen, V COPPERSMITHING.I _VVV'V:
caICtLUtLES1'ON
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OtT&fle.T&nd FERNANDINA same
stand mustundergo a change. Like Ill the tide. I IV
on the ,
dle1l [ SAVANNAH every THU&S- : '
the seven clusters weighing fourteen the gold in the furnace, must be_separated acaV DAY V sad prepared' ncntt work of every,descripdoa 'F' SALE"* -. ;\ V

, Carter arrived pounds, and also exhibited some very from the dro 8. Good men malt Imported, doaestk and, of,their ,bw- :maimfacrnre THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OF LADING and rckpectfally s.. -
ia the most satbactory manner. '
tens S OQ Wednesday. Mr. Car- handsome sweet potatoes come forward from both patties' aDd can always be had,a better arttde and at lower price GIVEN TO BALTIMOR NEW YOXK.PHUJUDELPHIAi &C. 'VERY ,CIfEAPIV I

forelZ1&n of Brock' shipyard.to Mr. Dal notion. was requested form one great party with entirely new than any other place in tha dty,,at.Gato fc Co>,J* cowith Florida Railroad atFe IId&she patronage of the public. TkrttmaUFanuttar&tCiiylitONBOFTINACRIS.V : '
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upon ':
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.H. ideas forgetting issues slavery and F w 6-rjtf
ftMobiteRa
Button looking hale, healthy to prenar f'rTtbe next. meeting, a rebellion, V WATKMS, Tom V ; at Jacksonville.a.dWj cks st
Ihiaboaintaalike,arrived from the North paper on "Sweet Potatoes and their cultivation _.,_- WO BtJILDE Sad a complete: 'ANDCONTRACTOtS asiortmfnt of lumber dressed AnwewhhTsteaers the upper St.'at'Johm Palatka..Mdwhh foe MeOenvme.steamer V U. 'Mahony's. B1acbmith'op win 'lecave.- prompt" C3ear d:*<>other pi'eais.' V ; V t V

"Ct. We welcome him home. in Floriday' V A Yronr Lady's,Appeal.jACKSOKYUXEjOct. and undressed,mouldings;ahlngler..etc..at the Depot fcrSeOcklawah.,river __ VV V. w* a pyg OF TWJitTY ACB13, V V"

W..A. McLe&D. Upon motion Mr.:Jamison and!? ,Mr. V 1tnabu'. Orders to be delivered at U dings oo V : Abort Often-IB c W *fc.v pppe ,toe a-d *VptaccsBaprdeaIag. '
c4y Judge of the ; ., 20; 1874.Sovtk toyd wAcLLzrT. V frSl cr-s:derdrataedt;Jar) SBbsoa eM of the best .'
urt has read to the die River receive especial Utr1., OiABOXES.: 'Jt" VV
r returned from a visit Beatty were requested. :8dlttm lVe j-rCan nothing be '_:_, V V \

cw York.L.1IeGee next meeting, a paper on'Uie Prpdae- dune by the JtUyor}and Board of, Aldermen Address. V .tovDJ., : I have material suSdem to make Mal 30G orange QAMUELYAIRBANKS,, ',: ':' ONE bJ' r NTTIAcR13IIV V
,; .. material fa if DIIiitna abe brchiMrJ. cuhhitio-, belo'V p $.';- :v
tion or.others in authority to prevent: ;,1.. ICE CREAM J V: V bueni. TbIs U.- VA /V VV About flit noes lu V
of iu hJIdnd1I.s
C&blgei YIorJda4'V i whIda will bold t ,
dt7Thursd &Dd wife, were ID the Then./after 'most interesting: and dangero\u habit of ,ball playing'on I That acknowledge lAtIe, superior W WIt aianr.. askIng-es'a boa Will be told ckeap.Alv NOTARY PUBLIC FOlc*OYALCQCNTY' _, ;a. s'CPL&JII" .. c.c.mWNS nL ; i = Vis

V f1e1r ,. B Friday they left for useful fur the, streets.a d''thoroughfares. Every had U this city previously b to be obtained at the aI the.Shop" A.0. cHAPPELL \'J"--,-.t ..,.''If -- t. "".ss.
session adjourned ; :
V --. &TaJlab..r h.IL' ,, society bo fester?* out wppg Tempepnce Reading Room.lA ;. ,:. "'., 1, _' .iJlt" .J,.._ J. _, .. "} .fe.... ,,;" .: ,...FIJ'-' .A,;",' S" a.I..1r.r. "' v, '". ;,.l.t: 'V '.
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'j' "I" ; ... SING R' MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S; CEiXBKATED. :'Jr .1' ; ''. Y {., i;'" .. ; : ,..- -.MISCELLANEOUS., I. .'.. >r! --.,-'1 MISCELLUfJOtJS.- : "
: > A Good' ing out three' hands made the blind THE '.' '. .. -.-
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: i; Example.to .t ,'" 'I' '., 'r '.'" .. d-. 'It', .
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clear to the Judge. The fine ', : .
C as day "f > lJ.
44Du'rfhtwthci the i
BostonJournal :
and imprisonroent'were remitted, or- >: J-.t;; ? k. > r F1ORTtDSAVIN'GS' BANK ::
TMIrST.IThis : :
I IF"Ii : Those who visited Com- der was restored in the Court and .., .. SILK '.',;. .tlJ.-'fi. .. ,.J .J'. ,. ...., n"
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mod Vandcrbilt'S'Tooms last week .
ore .f. .
Gibbons was allowed to proceed with 11 j i 'I ;.1. ; :')'I. ;. .: .: "f -AND: .REAL- ESTATE EXCHANGE ". !:j
SIKVORKS1n'Jb'wor1dpropo.ctofurnIsbasupcriore.rticIcofSke'1t
{ T. could bav seen ir the antercbarnj>erIn company now having l in Rill operation at Newark.New Jersey,the largest .i-: ,.
his testimony. : ;lIncorporiLteJjnj} 6th,,174:J .>< ,.: ''i!' ,, :
: \ waitjnf t jui (audieocer; pmoo < ; : I "1" .J
it. I, about of undersized : AflEA TLY JED: OE'D P R ICE S. r. .r'ttJ K- !1'..' t OFFICE'INSLOVERIDGE'S: BUILDING OCEAN STREET! '
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50 years age, ., ,
--- -- IACtsOBYlttll. FLA?July ist,1874. / .
i "V. '. light hair, quiet, and evidently well GENERAL DIRECTORY.- .' if .,.J'.. .t. "conrenience i. of.the" public thl celebrated Twist- --J* ::i' VTOtlCE'|ti hereby'given'of? .j the (ncorporatlon'omAAwifa.' c W'f SaWllp o.".1Id R'ill.l..J.E.zc. ... .. .'.c, .'. .. '. u.1 .
MS he STATE.Oovemor .rPf.the .IN with the principal place business 1 in the th'ofJk1oavi1le.d. _
t .preserved. .When time came. The design of the Florida Savings Sank Is to afford to those who ere desirous oraaLitbdr[ money the .1 I WIIOUlUU
!, ;lJ. was"osh'efedlhto'the i little robrn'where M.GovernorBecrrtaryofSUteS.L. n'UBJiiS.Ueutent.nt .. T:<; ;y;;PUT UP PN SPOOIS ; OF DIFFERENT SIZES;: 1 1The means of sa ejy:;etnplny tog"It at good rate of Interest to ha Invested under' the direction. bfw.'knows Wtuen. *; ; OC." I4YA ; ;:I

.: '.1" AT,HOME. In home securities of well-known value. i iBAXK
I. the Commodore holds court. "Youdon't B. McLIX. finest quality being thereby offered on sPoolS In quaotltieit : Hoc* l'The regular hours transaction business shall be from 9 o'clock'a. m..toj' O'C1OC1p. m. .If ROBINSON
I" } .. know me," said the visitor, ComptrolIer-C. A. COWO1LL.. daily,except Sunday ahd? holidays and on Sa ordays until 7 o'clock ..81. ' i
Treasurer-C. IL FOOTER.Attorney YAR.DS UPWARDS. .DKFOSITS.--Deposits will be entered in the books of the Corporation and also in a book to be given to the depositor. WHOUtSAlB&"TAll
:. i "but I Jkno* you very.well.' 'Who General-TOC.A. COCKE. ." FROM :FIFTY ; This book will be evidence of h>or her property. When money* are'withdrawn; this book must be- .
JOHN V AB.NUIl.Comm'rofLandl DRUGGIST
t ,are you?" said the gruff railroad king. Adjutant Ooneral-and ImmgnatJun-D. EAOAN. The above uneqnaedtwistkmanufactured) especially for the u of an 1ddI of sewIng machInd. 'sal.pgentl brought to the Bank'to have the payment entered. Depoiton may take out the money themselves orf Ii case .
of absence or slek_.it will be paid U their ord.r properly witnessed and accompanied i by the book. Depos-
this twist in Urge quantities,and as Hoes' Block
I' ::. t "I: am Eaton Stone. "What not &Superintendent of Pobllelostnirtion. U.ALBEILOEE.arPREtE ,C.GIBBS. for different. .machines, through the country are wing" .' .. ill Will be repaid at any time when called for when there Is a sufficient amount in the ueaII'T'uninvested; .'.tA.erwise Bay St..
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1"' 1ri I Stone the bareback rider?" "Yes &teEng1neei-.M .INDUCEMENTS ,at the earliest practicable1 period fa de order in which they may be called fOr .. JACKSOXVIUJE,, FLORIDA,
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.COUKT.Chtef SPECIAL -- IMT ST.-Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(Cor two cent*per day oa f too)will be paid -_

i iH -was flic";replyMA'cd' What-afe'.you: AMoetate Jostice-E.Jurtioe*M.-J.RAND D. WE8TCOTT\LL. ate offered to the trade,'ai those about to purchase will do.wetf. to end ,for our price list. : .'. ", !. tGth.annually principal upon of all the deposits Depositor.which* shall"" have.remailledthreemonthsorlDOtCiDtheRuJk.tGlIc. added.annually, I coUPOWsrnNc;-nnsotmoiq-- A trtcti.TT.ITT" .r

.1 1 ::4 doing? : "I have made a little money K. B. VAN VALKE BERG. ., Accouim UMCALUD FOR.-Any account to which nothing'shall be added'and which shaH have nmaineduncalled I -

j f< if' in tny:. business i and have retired Clerk-LYMAN B. FOSTEK. ; ; for for seven years,-shall cease'to bead Interest. .. -
ACCOUNTS PAT AILS.TO H.-If persons die who. own money tn thIs Savings'Bank the IDOney.m be EARNEY'S
i ': II to a farro near Patersbn. I have CIRCUIT COURT THE SINGER paid to their legal representatives;: .' "

j: r. I .1 taken with old horses that t'Judicial Circuit-V.V..VAN NE88, Pensacola.Jd BAL BOOM.-Although the officer will endeavor, by aft possible means,to prevent frauds,yet. aD pay. ;
me my .".. P. W. WHITE Qa'noy.,' ,j 'T ment to pron produchig the bank-book thatfbe Sralid payments to discharge the corporation: '- FLUID EXTRACTBUC'HU
;. \A : helped me to make what little money ad" Wm BHY8OX, Live Oak. r: -: if. .. .CKILDRIN'S E"IIOWJlaNTS'TPannlS or guardians of minor children mar deposit money a* trustees,Tor the
.v 4th ,x ," ..AKCUIB A LD Jacksonville. <",. .. w) ."' benefit'of such tolnort untfl they become of age,Interest upon which'may be withdrawn annually or .added totheF1T& -
I have. I have built .
I/ small circus, / th ptUlOpal.. : -
't". 'and when friends i Sih Judicial Circult-J. H.G033. Ocala, I I6th" 1 ; .fl SPECIAL EXDOWM'KHT P"If.bepo.'{' Savings BaiV amounttejf 10/70 oWng uclI'y at(or a
to me !
tit my spe ,, ,1
some ,. .. "
J.T.MAOBEET.mpa.7th .
of the end of the ately
t 't term often year will secure the'depositor a cash payment $i poe at te'lII. or;proportk
': '. I treat triem''to\i lutle'en'tertainment.It : M. ...w. PRICE,Enterprise. .> 1-' t.'" -- _d' '. .' on smaller' or larger annual deposits. In pate of Inability to complete the ten annual payments the depositorcan ,
t is difficult to tell whether -..',: ..' -' -' ..'"'-' ., withdraW the amounts already paid in,upon g riftg three month*'.notice, together with the accrued interest ; "The only bow remedy fcrBRIGHT'S
t : myself, 'DTTVAL'COTJirnr. MtoI i. "-' w 7 -: thereon., This plan,uslikeordinary life insurance secure the depositor against forfeiture preview payments 1 ,
r. .: my friends or my horses enjoy the I '. and offers a sate'ana easy method or providing a handsome endowment for tie furore of parent children friend "
'. County JudgeVW. A.McLEAN.. .. or the depositor Individually.,, /aiaIdcpo&ts, not to be withdrawn for len yearc.iwil) endtle the depositor to
: treat the most. "IJut, Eaton, how Clerk of Court-SCAR 1IART. : 1: :. (\ .. 'j a certificate for ihnttlt tin ammnt cfmck tIj nls.payable ia tea',,id lavor of any penon designated. I DISEASE,
\1' : 'I have preserved yourself'so well" Sheriff-JOS Ef II lLDU I1.KEE. ? .LOANS.-All,money!received on deposit shall be Intested ta first mortgage on real ftwl persoa*! property In .
you '8olicitor-T A, McDOXNELL. C : this State of at least double the value;or in other ample collateral securities. .. .
? .' : And
1; ,: "During all my CirCUS li(1st4ined( County Bolioitor-CHA8 ILSUMJiERS. .if.;',.'\". '4 f ." REAL ESTATX.-This corporation will act as trustee far the purchase and sale 4'reaI estate or the renting ; *positive remedy ta

J r r :,;::; from the use of -stimulating drinks Treaurrr-J.-.. C.W.GIU'XLKY.MWAIM.Aoewor 4t. }. and management' of estate*and'property" generally/ '' .; : I
; Cl GREELEY;
: PKTJiB JuNES. x "" 1, i,! JAMES. H. PAINE SAMX SPEARING, JONATHAN : GOUT GRAVEL
:and Collector- ,
:. from tobacco. I found that 4'\ "' STRICTURES
tc ,' 'I-.TreasMW ,
Vke .
V- .., SupntehdcflOf&hflO1.F. MAVTBEY, f.'J .if ,": '. .. ,. M I .President. : '
: ,be at the head of my calling, !it. Was" Anetionren J. L. Burch J. C.Hemming, II. A.Xzi&ynILt ', "f.S. '. .', '. .. .. ,.',; : 4 -- r ;-p. DIABETES DYSPEPSIA;
.
:' .
: .. ( NERVOUS
X.: for me toi -hold my ,1i.. .. DEBILITY
necessary : ; nprvea Votary l'ubJiei-John O.flame, F. B. Knapp,T. ..
:: ;, in perfect control; ,and thJs.I could B. KoUs O. P. Cooper. Chas. M. Bummer, W. U.JfCreys t.; < : 1 l. '. : DROPSY,
Edwin Ilifrkins Wm. M. Led with, E. M. .
.I inot lo ,with the use'of stimulants. I Cheney,Thos. U.Kuey.1. W. Swaim H.Granger, 'r : : .> .

t .:" 'ever used tobacco and never\ took a Jo H. I'urke C. Codnngton, W. L. Coin,J.W. REAL ESTATE'POKSALKBY'THK NON-RETEJ.T1ON.URiNE IRRITATION OR INCONTINENCE Of
Whitney. J. O. A GAIN TBIFMPHANO: ? . INFLAIUTION
1 ,:f.. drop ofintoxicatj drinkin! i alt! County UommIsi.ners-M'T1e' Price E.Fortune, ; .' ,' OR ULCERATIoil Of THE? *
., my '
,. .
U. II. Uoeg,T. 8 EcllB. R. Jones. 1 t. j' .: .
life. I am not as rich as you are, Juatlom of the Pea<_VT. W. Sampson '. A. : FLORIDA: SAViNGs' ) ANit"' :'A'Wii REAL ES'f TEEXC! ANGE.

.:, Commodore, ;.IJut Iani' surely quitejas, 8uuimi>rall, O. F.Town send. Henry O Tiiwn.. James : 133254MAJORITY.; \ BLADDER KIDNEYS$
M. Wil-on. K. P. Chapprll. A. 11. Philip W. L. 'd. -

: happy. ,y' : Coan A Bueclng, Wru. Gordon, J. F. Kollina., J. '. .. .- The.Allen"property,cite of the finesFreiWeness1 l in the State,with'ao! acres of land oa the shell[road one

f. : .ii." .. ,. .' W. Menard. \I STATISTICS oF'SwORN; SALES FOR 'I87I mile from the poIt-o ice. Beautiful river front boat-house,large grape viney rd, SO orange tRcS,nanosomebard. SPERMATORRIICEA,
Surveyor Ch" F. Smith. J Will be sold at less
.lit House has rooms finished throughout in the best manner. Double piazzas.
.
;. \:. SUPERPIJOSPHATE.} one who has Inspector of Lumber-U. M.Moody;K.W.' Cone.; than one.half cost,'on easy 19 terms to close an estate.. .; >
-
.,:, .i tested it.'will doubt the value of goodsuperphosphate. Pne-.Jr." / J. Smith. .7 1.J. Companies. Sold in 1873 Companies. ,- Sold in 1873. A tract of 58 acres of land,one mile northeast of the city near $. e Moncrief Spnng shell roadWell Locatedtbr Lencorrnoea Wliftes. Disease*'of the PrortraM'
Constables: II. 8.'Wiisoa '
Gland.Stone
Mnym THE SINGER-__. _.. ... .... American B. H.______ .. 14,183 buildiag. lots o* market gardens. Price $r7.o per acre. in tha Bladder,Colculus Gravel or tris ..
3 .444 ,
I. Forbes Jamc Lane,J H Brown. dust and
: As shown in our The Riverside Home/ Brooklyn ten minutes walk from thecenter of the city... One ,acreot, ground, Deposit Mucus or JIUkf Dixchargel
; '' : Whee'er & WiJaon.._____"119,180 B&Howe..................___ 13,919 i fronting en the river.-" House contains moms. In first-class; order. Price including furniture,$10,000, .
1 ? last, some manures are insoluble CITY OF.TACKSONTILLE.Mayor Domestic_._.._.:. ,_ ..,'40.114: Remington Empire...___ 9,183 Several houses and lots, well located in the city of/acksonille. 93-" -

H:
: unless made into superphosphate, by Aldermen-B. A.THEB tIT, E. W.DEXXY.A. 3. _______._____,..." 81,760 Davis ......._??__. 8,861Vi1s. : 't ; KEARNEY'EXTRACT '

"t.}t; the application of sulphuric acid they Wit 11US8ELL.W K. L. I FLEMING.WIKTbOU0&.WM JACOB liUFF M.BOST-, A. J. \ n..___.___._.___ 21,247 Victor __.._ -.__ .:.. 1.446Howe. SAVE. ;. '. MONEY/ -SAVE TJMECOMFORT. : ? .

; ;:.4.;! are apt to prove entirely ineffective. BEXTLEY.8. B. HDBBAIiD.Maratial .' .__._______, No returns r lfffB......_......_..__..; __. "3,458 ; i i-I' 'i. .: .' ,; .',,:' .. -- BUCHU
____._ .... .. ... ,r- .
; ; -E. FORTUNE Gold Meda1. . 16431.Secor..______ __.- _: ... 3,430 -
)'i l i1t Let this fact be borne'in mind. Bone Clerk-W. OHKISTY.. &Gibbs_. ._. .. ,. .___' s,88, ,tn.J.E. BraniesdorL.-___ ,3081" ". :' ,: : ,.... .
I : : ;:41 dust Treasnrcr-CHAS. FRIDKSUKRQ. : YerrnanendycurcsallDiscasesatthe
ji frsh) -contains ammonia. as A''t'.or-C. B. SIMMONSCoI1tcorVU1L1L' I ," '.' .
: :' .j:i well! aivi Marge'perceniage l of WALTER- ; ; :
phosphates Clerk' .M4J'bt-WM./'OARVIY. OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE ' I h and is exception this
to City I'hysickn. DREW, Jr..MA.SOYIO.. (CAL SWELLINGS,
'. ; .: rule, and will, if ground tolerably Embodies New and Essential P.inciples-Sl.lIplicity Construction; Ease of Operation; Uniformity of Precise 'i
Action at Speed: Opacity Range and Variety of Work. Fine or Coarse- ; .
any <: : Eitsting In
fine, tell well on the first crop and / LEAVING ALL'RIVALS BEHIND IT. I &i ; '; incu.women and children.
Rolomon Lodge No. 20-M. Bowea W. M.; Chan. ;! i .
: the particles Dot dissolved by the Eliot bee.; II- Koopman Tr u. -gular mteiingn .
;, lit and \Ve1iedym of each month. .. : : NO ,MATTER WHAT THE AGE!
,
;
and NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS.Lt
.spring summer heats combined TEST THE SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING ANY OTHER ; .,
Buval Lod.e No. Is-K W ga'e.V.. 21.; B. II.'Webster '_ ; -
S : .with moisture! of the earth, will give vc.; D. Jones, Tyler. Regular meetings '., ,. ; d ..' : J." .'Plot i
,. their bt and 3d"ODd)S of each month. TERMS:.EASY-PAYMENTS 'LIGHT. ," .' ., _. I. Steel says: "One oottle of Keara 's Fluid
: out virtues'by degrees as ;; extract cuchu is worth than
putre- Jacksonville ChapterKo.U.K.A.M-J.8.Drigr. more all other Buchus
lakes U. E. II.P. M.Do.Sec. D Joner.Oaard.ular Rrg- ", ', combined.'*
? factiop place, and will thus supply ; ; f ; -. '1 : -

: i ; food to the plants upon the field Damaged meetings Command last I'ridiy..ry of No."2-month.J. :. Drigga E. Besides the "WORLD'S FAVORITE.. -. "we keep constantly._ on'band.a large.supply'of' : ,f'.f.. ., :::i Passengers. make Close Connection Price One Dollar per Bottle : VoUazs.
C.; U. C.Davkina Ileoorder. Regular meetings 1st ,
4 : which it
to is applied for years. We ud 24 Tueudars each month. CLARK'S O. N.T.SPOOL COTTON four spools for twentj-five cents. .,. ( i >.

4 : hold that bone dust should not be 8T4TE OFFICERS. SINGER'S STANDARD MACHINE TWIST from twenty-five cents up-all sixes and colors, ''T -i VIA TISSVAiNAIi ''DEPOT. DUANE ST.. NEW YORK.,

t, ; '1 too course nor-too fine; if the former Grand Master-A. J. Ilniwell, JaoVaonvllle.irxnd ACME MACHINE'fWIST too yard spools;a for 15 cents: 50 yard spools 3 for ts cents. ." {
Id aster D. 0. Wilson Tallahassee. ..SINGER'S..LINEN: AND FLAX THREADS ., Physician In attendance to answer
Dt-pury OILS. NEEDLES, &C., &C ., correspondence
t. >-, .there will notbe
enough of it ready Br. Grand Warden-E. P.'Jordan.rnandina. t .. .. ,1 ; :I. & CHARLESTON and give advice '

t for the plants for the first crop ; in Jr. Grand Warden-!. W&&gate.r.k nviIle. ; -- ',f ; .. '". "

i, 'I the latter case, what is called bone Grand Grand Tivaranr-crt-Ury-1)I)..C L Uutrkinii Oakley..Montio-llo.Jnckaontille. : M : *t- > .D" I ::SnD STAn lOa..uQ'UUTS.. nzi-j.;

; ," meal is too fine, and lets off more of Grand Grand Cbapl Tyler-ln David-('Jonca.Jol.nl'.no'o'Jacksonville._ .The Singer Manufacturing, ,/ r-; l -

.! ;- its vift ics, lot the first crop than i iJ is UISTIUCT DEPUIY GRAND MA8TKR&it 1 :/ :No. 172:'BROUGHTON:-ST.,. SAVANNAH. GA. PORT -, ROYAL RAILROAD) -. TO THE

J necessary Jind iorJequemlyCa loss District U. G. AJcetm4n.Marianna. %
.
ensues > .. .'. f -
-
C
A.
2.1 '<-' HPCTPS,cfaanaaoochoer VOSBURGH Manager. '
,
: ,

:J t -i 5: sufficiency; the medium of fine powder quality for contains the a 3:1.41h"' .II.. 8.D.D Taylor>'Ug.,..Jacksonville.6th Live Oak... GEORGE W. FRAZIER, Agent,. : For," Augusta, Atlanta, .Cli t.ano' ga ,Memphis, Nashville Louisville,'Cincinnatl -. NERVOUS. AND DEBILITATED

crop ''. ILLoi.R,Ocala io-i7tf .- ,' JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. SfiPlt Chicago'and: all points North. SouthEast and 'Vest ...
: j t : -. : .
.
.1 '
which '
is '
to it applied, and ;Jbe larger 11th" Z. 11. l1 U'On.Oran *Spring.7th : : ; i:: '. .rOF BdTH SEXES.
-- .
artideswin'd\Sso.lre Frank Branch, Timpa 'ESTABLISHED IN l' '.K : J .
\ ;'as 1868. '_. '
: J ; rapidly as : tTRAIN i
.
,
.
STATE OFFICUd OF GRAKD C11APTER,K.A.M. NO 1ci..tRGEFOR
I 'IJ required fn'.ihe6 s For I ., ADVICE AND CONSUL-
qu.enicrops. Grand Iliith 1'ii rt-U. Bowr*.Jackfonrille, LEAVES_ DAILY AT' 9:30 A. 'i/ TATION.
'
11 f. 'f an annual tenant meal is Grand Priest J.:. Jackaoa- : ,
bone the Deputy High Driggi, ,.
; :. __ __
: : i.i 'I: :: : ,
ville
1 .; most profitable ; but sfor the land- AldP.1'D1An.lI.rlallna. :.A K. PERC"IV ALf. r 'j"
Grand King-B.O. ; '
'; F >. holdei.thrnediwn.fiue.js; the. most Orand Kcnbe-D. 0. Wilson! ,Tallahassee.Oratd ,' .' ,. . PASSENGERS 'HOLDING, TICKErS;,BY OTHER LINES CAN GE't ; '.MEXCUAjfGED College I>*.'J.Philadelphia B. Drorr.author iraAiate 6f several of JeffersoB valuable Medica

economic-Am. Farmer. Tl'CUurer-V". A..Young JackaonviCr.. ;"-_ ". SUCCESSOR- TO /: H. CROW. LL._._ ,. .'.' ... '.', .' ;;.,, '.T ,r .1. ;A. .; .(thereby avoidibg! delay in Savannahl: )ri AT, [. \' ,.' can be consulted.on aD diseases of the Sexual ar works Urin-,
I'' FELLOW3.fionda l
; 1 ODD ,- ary "J"&ans (which he has mode ttuclv
an especial
,. ; < -' "' )
,
ri ; : male
-i : "
Lodp'Jfo. 1- J.,W. Whitney, N.Q.; J.Huff i 4.iq :"::.::::; : Either in e or female no matter from what cause w*
1U 8," f : : "B' TICKE OFFICE ; iginating or of how long standing.. A practice of 30
JSeguJir'mOetlnftT1 Tuesday l ;
'
: :. I :; .TUE"JUDGE .THAT .COULDN'T SEETHE n1L" 9.*: '. .;".. /" -1.. "." q : : ; : .:. : ,, ; rears enables him to treat diseases with success. Cuftaguaran.eed.
SOCIEtIEs. ,.; ..., ,.., ; Charges reasonable.' .Those at a dIstance
: r",1'm-f .
I ; : BUND.-A Montana exchange iEMPzaA2rCZ .". ;, '. 21 ULL'STRE1.'T SAVANNAH GAij' ',' ,; can forward letter describing s\: mptoms and enclosing
: Duval Division No. 1-Henry Kane N: P.: G.o.VT. 1- f 4 '' : to ,
t. stamp
pay postage
'. claims thai{ it. is absolutely necessary Frazier.R;8. Kegular meetings every Ttjurs- ;;::. 7 ; ::.i-.JY ., .1 -. l. f.; ,. ft'I: .1. ; / _, ; ., y .'
that day night at Odd Feltova liall.Jacksnnville :: ; .. .. ,:: -. : j'.n.:; : Send
that a judge in territory should Lodgv of Good Templars No. I-B.F. A JIIit..h ; I 1.I t" .:'1 .. : : ..! ; :.1-., 71 G r the Cttuit ta ffeaM. Trice ioc

\ know something about cards. If her Ward, W.C. T.; 8. A. Beusiog W. U. 8. Mtt every T. > .J\" ,&" ,.,, .' w7 STRICTLY RELIABLE' INFORMATION 'FURNISHED.. .

: : ;! .does not 'is liable. have Wednesday evening in lloeu'i Hall.(3d floor .. .<: 'U ; s.-t!> u.* """'.. B. J. ,DYOTT, M. D.,
JiCj always to Rescue Lodge No. 2, I.O.0.T.F.iit.lscko'liI ) : !I .
.
< "
; :; the gravity" and dignity of his court -B:II. WtUter: W. C T.i C.hal M. Jones W. 11.S. I "r:;. .:,.;;.. ..." .DAILY L" ,PAPERS. .. .'. \ Physician.and Surgeon, 104 Duane St.N.Y..
Meet tvenin at Grove the bell
rvry near "'
i it' disturbed by a scene similar to one "
road .. ,. .
.'I"? bridge.FIREDEPARTMET.. ct. I From. th'e: following'crtfes, I on file eyery.day,:TREE ,TO EVERYBODY: Boston; TROSPECTUS
: : which happened to. Judge JervjsAs- ..
"
; ";. sociatf Justice''oC the First District Chi ie'"'Engineer-JamesK. llarf.nt '. DEALER IN N Yorki'Philadelphia", Baltiaiore"! San Francisco, Chicago. X* ; ; -
; A>sita. >it- Joseph Marzyck.Stara "St Louis Cincinnati and OF THE
: : many others. "-
: ; -- .
;.: Court. It was a case of a quarrel Fire Engine MechaU. _Thos.J. Mutt,Fore NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD

'..1 over cards and an assault and battery, .Etna man.M.m Fire Entin*-Wil-iam Bay,Fi.rcm.in. .BOOJ'S'S'HOES'' ; LEATHER' Quick. .Time'. and Sure Connections via 'the Port Royal Railroad.. .

'B and the.first witness one Bob Gib Alert Uo*- No. I-C- C.VandtTtrritT. Foreman. '.. : ,. '. ; I 'JAMtS'CORDON BENNETT
was -
,', ;
"
Patents how No. 2-.1. It.ua.e 1,Forrmun.Am .
.
'
bons.'J "iiuus Hook and Ladder Co.-''. A.. Wilson. ; ". 'J' MOrRlHTOR. .-
.
; ? Witness-"Well, we sat down to FIIottllSo. '- : .' *"ANP FINDINGS, A. 0. '.HUEY Jj, ..; I "'- "I :. .JNO.V..HOVELL.. ,
t B1K1CS. V- ? : Broadway and Streets.
,., ., 4 l ft v ', __L_ Ann
.
', thejtablc ; Anderson there Parks D. G. AnihU-r'n.\r.Uni House Bay street, T. II. : : -.J ,i' ; "' : '. :' ,1 I (t. -
r ilaity Oubifr. ', ., WILLKEEP CONSTANTLY HAND : : : : : ; : .r v The WEEKLY HERALD is published every Sat.
; : ;
3 .' here LndJ l there : '
;
,(making, a diagram HtUSSEY 'I"'L' : at five'
>'iri>t Na ionil Rink of Florida,corner ofFice and. .j'I-- ). : &.r: H' :0"i't'E ; urday. eats-per. copy. Annual subscription
i
r 1r1 .
.l \oJ ... rice
:
I
( p
on -clerkVtabli ;) Parks dealt the Fany'li cts. Jus. M. Chormuker,cashier. 11 U" ... ., ., .. ;. "
:: /. : :Florida twviiipn Bank, ttoean street J. II. Paine "- 1 A L4R.GE AND 'SELECTED.STOCK ... ... /:" :" :;..'si--i----: : ,;: : j' \ \ I One Copy. ,; '. &
; cards I WHOLESALE ;
; went blind ; Anderson went RETAIL DEALERS INi .'
1'iCBldcnt J i C.Gftli'f, :! ) .. .J I." Three Copies ,
; ( .I ; : .<\ ; ) : i "t It ill --)f > .t... '- i i -- : Five .
:: / blind and Parks could .1'; : : : Copies, 8
r over me, not HOTELS. ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO CITY* AND'COUNTRYI RETAIL .. :. .. 'Ten Copies. ., -? .
-
'
: see him." The Judge, who was a Ginley Grand, Proprietor.Nail<.n.l, Bay street, Dear Julia,Oo.' ilc-. } 3SM; :T-l--; ) ; .'/ ) TRADE, -'* -.I., .1< :.: 'B.J. .. "iCUlil .. 0 ,",,T' !."'S: ,' !". I ,.. S H" 0' 'Ii'.E' SI ;'" Postage five cents per copy for three months. ?j
;
*
r ..:: little deaf, was in the habit of making Metropolitan Ncwnan street,' near D 1. J., B.forni. .., .. H : ..,:. J. ," '-. .., '..'. ,.. .. ... '" .. ., .Any larger number addressed. to names. of subsotib
\ J" an ear ''trumpet of his handi and Proprietor.Ooenn And by strict attention to business and the'want*fth 'put.lic,"will endeavor to merit a share of their pail onage. I : ; : et ft soeachvAn
: House Ocean street, near Bay, Mrs. C.Lufflni :'. :: :" 4E'ATJiER; ': &, : yiN.DIN.G5. .. extra copy wilt be sent to every cuh! often.
1.
.:i throwing his heada little forward and ton. Pruirietriiuu : : EX'PRESS ** !: 'Twenty'copies to one'address, one year l s,'and
', :) ; sidew :s. -. }'Ionla Home, corner Forsyth and Cedar streets GOODS SENTB MAIL AND ,, -. i, .! 'f :. .,' ,.' .' any-. larger number at the same price.'
} 'Having1 gone through thispantomime W.E. Stockwtll, Minoscr. Two extra copies will be clubs
S ... sent to twenty.
j : I.interrupted the. wit \ -,. : .." .. ,,, ,To all pats of'the SllIte. : I .: A 'cprtiplete 'assoitrnentof: New York and Phi1ade1ha!fine These rate make the WULKLT HB>AU the cheap-
'I AT THE OLD STAND,.COR. B\Y and OCEAN STS.'lJA KSONVlLU'rLA. : 8-stf estpublicauon in the country.
I FEDERAL OFFICERS. .. .
',' ; essbyasUnghirn :_ Goods yayspfi.hanHi;: ." < ,<.. J .- :Terms cash In advance. Money sent by'mail will ba
.
,
3oll.cU>r of Cuntoina-J. R. SCOTT. .: .i.. : at. the rislt.ofthe sender. .
.J "
1 l %%'lIat was the reason that ParksII" )eput> CollttcWT C. W. BLKW.nsp .-. J. H.NORTONj -<. tL! .n : t 5. H. KOOKER., Sole, .agents .in Jackso viUe<' for ;Samuel l Dunbar & CosMissesanfl A generous portion of the WISKI.T Hams will H

t t1; did not see Anderson ?! The witness : ctorofOutomp E IllGOI S. Attorney al Law and Notary Public. .. ;:f", / v '; ; .' .., .: ppropriated la Agriculture.Horticulture Floriculture
I'MtiBkHer AIUM3. : Ch11drri's.Pine:'$hoes. :\ ?.1.: Pomology and the management of domestic animalt.
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A. A.SurvcyorOenerol /t -
Oollecior flnk>rna; ll-ovenne-A KKIG1IT. ,
:
"Idotknowbuthe .
replied Particular
a : attention wifl.be also of die
: .
'L, -.J. W GILBfeJlT. .NORTON; .: &KOOKER.{ :...! : .. Goods mail; all 'of'the'State.Bay Markets-' ." .paid Reports
I : would riot"1see' KimV1 ed ..{ !:'{ ,:, :ent by, express to. parts .
"Fi
} .c U.&Gnuger-TIIOS.McMUJiUAY., '. .? DKALERSIX ' ,. r T .,;' 1. .... The aim will be to make the WEXKIT Hams as-.

.;1 said the Judge. "Well. I saw him, V. s. CIBCUIT' ,coimr.' .. : .10.". 1 }/ / "; ;; i Sheemar; Laura" Jacksonville >Fto\\ . perior the to any other agricultural and femily" newspaper' .
he Ju 'z saw and j st'it'thlt'minute""Stop .' '
Allorney-J. B a DREW. "' '' 3ESTATEL .... Every number of the Wnxiv HISALO will contain-

sir,", sid the Judge, throwing Clerk-PHIUP Marsha1-.COA1 WALTER.. "....... .x-r--- : : .' I ': Q LfKiBATSTjutrirjACxsoKViuatru; NE* : : ,i. ; ., '. 'FOR.ST. AUJ5USTINE. a by select telegraph story from and the.parts latest of and the most world important up to the news hoar

::.-: hrmself-into'Tr! hearing'-attitude; Begister tn)Bankruptcy TEASEL t. pFiALL.JGN.nS. . -:. t I ,. I '\1. c' I'. publication. .
.' Y8. "., ,: ; : I lr V. ) ); During the session the WUXLY HSXAIDwitt
I. ) iDA
; Congress
,I ; ; "Did I uh'derstifia you to siT'that IK" .' 1." .-, : ':.t,. THE SCHOON-ER'. contain a summary bf die proceedings and th. Ute -.

1. you went blind?" 'Yes, sir, I went GENERAL INSURANCE: AGENTS, representing the following 'com- Dealer;In MiUinery',. Fancy'and*Dress.Goods of all: : >t sews by telegraph from ,Political.Re-

t : blind :ancTAnder60h' be Went blind, pOST.tFFICE NOTICE. ., panics:.< s. vj .:y/i< ". / ; l' 1 4't. '* dnds'4' .. .Keeps constantly'. oa.hand the;latest stvle*of !. a@qU l ltjIouatusbionaUes-Anlstjc.DL lligcnce; Obituary Notices,Varieties Literary .and'Sporting Amusements.'

: and Parks could FRANKLIN PjHIIjADELPHIA.-J With combined assets of over "*' ; "-UATS AND TRIMMINGS.Jl ditoriar Anicles on the the day.
topics'of
not see him, but I k ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.-. ''J i / pramieent
Anderson a'ndthen lieiaw"- ". '. CONTINENT F NEW VdlUC f S' : "' i-.;: ..: il ,t. '::1 'i J ,",,:.- ':" i-i-.i; ; : j j .,Will a review of the Cau1e-loci Dry Qoodt Markets,Finsa-
make
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saw regular tripe
., daHatid Commftclal'il1telr'iea.te and accounts of Iaorta.nt *
: ;: "Witness," .exclaimed the Judge, Northern and Wettern,dafly, iota 1ARMVCLOU.: A. .. "1:40: P. .. l NHATTAN''OF. 't"il W'JR' : fS7,000,000? l. T.I' ,\. .Also.' Drcst, Goode..; J.fine, n< f',>,:,1 :1 ,t,:. r .'.. St.between Jacksonville 8eF"IKhts -: ? and interesting tvenct of&hq week.
< '' .. AfJl'Bt The HIRALD employs in the nor
t'crnandina and Horiaa Rail- : 1 no agents country
4 :t1 striking,tic .bench with his clenchedfist !, rend,daUy-k__....... _* 10:12 A.:". .:QOI'. U. S PENN: q It4'h1i, ?:., J '.pr ; .: : : J. ; -:: ., ''I 1.:1IKItj"GLOV" .: > ., !' --'" 'I;':;'.',-ffr. i at)Joy rate*. In distant cities to canvass fcr auhscnbers as none art
: \ "do I hear Saint Augustine and PaJatVa, CHEAP &1L For freight' or. passage necessary. Any person pretending to be an agent kit
assortment ,
t r.\ right sir. 'X Very alsoj of ,
.Do AND'CONVEYANCINd
lOU MONEY ON REAL ESTATE j ra :
daRy J(Sundays excepted)_ 8:00: P. K. ::QO.. M. .LOANING, . ? the WKBKLY-HXXALD be treated II a common
:1 .that t' then Wait Wonuj : '. .apply. to WILLSON. & WH(TL CIC. windier. Tb4 club has abolished the agency
arrive system
: you say you went blindarid, Hey *every :iSPEClALTY. !WilliE' cobbs-J 't! ( 'd; 1 Flal
\ ___.__ 10:11: A. .. : Jacksonville, ystem' It ia safe and cheap. .
.' you saw? "Yes; sir replied .the dotes every Thur day-..."r'... .:p'. .. We give be 9)v, few 9f( t many choice places'for sale by uH' :,' .tlavejust.,t i received. 'a.'I nelutpJ"_ '.!:' '.,')!:!,. .- ( ,' tOr to JAMES COSSi *, ;. .1 i IJ ->. .:|Ih price;o'f &subscription whenever practicable'

; witness: "I saw Anderson, and Anderson Enterprise Mclonrille knd' ,' / .|. :: J4tf ..St. Augustia,Fla. should bo transmitted bt Post Office Orders. '11 I Ia the
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Point arrives Tuesday / *' 'No? 73. Two-ttory house on-Ashley,street,near St. No.los. Duntat Plantatlon i on Halifax river 1INENS1/: GRENADINEFRENCH; .I safest mode orransmiUlftIIDOtleJ' by maiL ,
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&wr HATS.
4 andjustatihat'"StopTsir ,] Saturday-__-.-._-. 4:30 P. M. 7:00 A. .. James Hotel!,'pleasantly situated;Jn'oae'0 the best Kvcn miles north of Mosquito inlet at Port Orange; At small Poet Offices in the country where Post Of-
;" safd t1eJu gd.i.'Mr.* Fort George. Yellow Bluff and neighborhoods i io the city j, houMlsnew,with & ,om3, I.'00 acres, ,&$ acres. rich hammock;lying one mile 'AJJTJ1.tAP N S 'l I S' S. I ; 'j .t Percale ihjrts.M Bice'atBuckys.'ILJ ..- W; ice Orders cannot be obtained money maybe remitted
&Zay;:>ort arrives. 'luetday servant's iom1ot 5Jji* from liver acre shell land,immediately In. Registered Letter '
plenty of doKuj'an4 good tso high on '
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Clerk, fine 'the witness 156 for con- and Friday-. _-T _. 4:00: p. *. 105 feet good fence, good sidewalk and the street the river bank having irons d'about one fourth mile, .TI"wflI1ie. SQldatrre.) .T .'jt3i llTr_-,L''ptk* ,! .c s... 6-97. imsw; .* ''Advertisement J to a fimite3 number wul be insertot
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leaves Wednesday and Sa&- fine lot of wftlT large, iS f '. :F COLCORD, .. s.s ;,the WSBKLV, HsxALa.
bearing frame boise 'L'.frice
a orange ,
tempt f-jCourti arKdrrect 1Ia4llf11pe1ll1 : young two-story room seedy *"" *
| the Sheriff __...... ._. T .7TT1TT ?7T TTri ,.
'Vrd.y 9QOA.. tree; flower and shade tree growing thriftily; good finished; house commands view of the river and ocean ; .1'1' r of DAILY flaws fcur cents a copy.. Aa*
: to take hira.to; jailt. and there to keep St. Kictola;...... IOOOA: M. 10:00 A.U well with pump on back porch which"1 Is covered with and '1 ii surroundedwithUrge bearing,orange tree; COFFIN3. DJ, UNDERTAKERS .1. 'r ;' '". : /' : --. .".' : .' .< bal subicriptiun price f zs,always advance

him until hV'receivcs 'further, 'orders OFFICE HOURS. flowering vine*. Will be old cheap. some 7S to,too in _her, good weUand a raters I 1 .i 'Successor'.to i Hide.. and Skin business of"II'i Write the address on letttts to the New Yoa Hs* .
TV pot-ofCce WIt'!beopea* dally(Sundays excepted N. B; .Tecapka1Iats.'desIriagabig thing.'thereI that hold* 1,300 gallons. yard thoroughly ditched ,, J..H; cRoEIIL'-n AtD,in a bold and legible hand and give the name of
from the Court. Call up the next lrom 8 A. M 1041*. M.and from 6:30 to 7:30: .. .. I Ii a fine opening in SpringficUU'S fev ihousanj4ollsrs and..n; canal from auirar-bouse'nmnln,.to the lvptfA Y'kJJkL'' ( J, (.' each:Subscriber. of Post Office Couaty and State M
case Mr'ClerHl? {(' ,Th cidke will 'be open. on Sundays from is to 1:30: will go a great way /ust now,.1Qf p rtlcu>m enquire river tot transportatioiiofcropi Immense quantities Bob.Gibbpns'vss o'clock.... Kooker,corner Ocean and Bay strcvu, wild orange trees on the place; the toil IIa I simllai to the .. ,' :. 1 ; :- "*-'|tCornerBayandOc; a streets., .' 5
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dura founded.,and did box W1U" aOtitnn beer sugar lands of Cuba to which It 1s fully equal 1)1 ;AND 1 U H H '
not awake The general and dcllvcr'es at ; : '
ope. .
to a Ni A HANDOOMB RKIDCMCB won SAW. -Six \ '
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reality ofrhis- condition'until, the, ,during the rezular distributed.hours except when the malls larga;; rooms, and JdtcKea,d ubl bay window on the choicest limestone places 1 b abundant(IIJ FJorida.vand 1'hi. place was is know realty* a*onreT such be the W'O 'b'D., '\ C'O'' F. IS! ,: .'Hlgnest caiA'pridee' paId 'for1'RiLItn4. Fu" ; .. :Trunks and vafi&e*at dt(1.
received are beina west;large double parlor*,double piazza on the south, fore the war 'IU' : ,.1' '. ". Warnfte/-/!' 'j" '; ,.Ib J' .,
Sheriff U>4. his. a.nds on him, wHen MONEY ORDER OFFI E. commanding one of-the-finest views In-laduonvtlle: : -

ne exclaimed ; s -. Money order are issued at this office payable In any window filled with four lighuof 40-fnch gW and hung N.B. Do you-'want a snug winter borne, with, i; IVERV,'SAtE AND FEED.STABLES joIuUt:#. .pZiAtYliSKr, : .'
P of the United*States and bo orders payable ialireat with cords and weight on pulleys and roachlng'W'' the orange tree and flower,ia *lUrId t You ean get a
r "Good gracious, Mr,Judge," what LlriiuJabwltzcrlasJ and Germany. The,. .. Boor with Wind- all caiiftg are-fi l.b6chrit mould 4 beautiful lot, 70x156 feet,i in Springfield, high and .
h have I done that I must inxarc the rate commissionT ing and oiled and varnished making a beautiful finish; healthful,and within ten minute walk ot the post-ofQce. r' ; '' : '
go to jail? Tbc money order office will be opea from 9 A. ..to ceilings high walls hafd-finl* >p I* # The JujSge, who was, purple with ijor, M.and from 3104 P.tI. 'glass front doon no/tic lack OIM!rery,doorin.house; fNortoa&. &Kooker. _ "-, '. -!1- } i.X .1.- -' --

china closet,tore-room,pfl7OLthfl.prOUSabM1J ", ,. _ .;, .awn. .',. .. '.
N "L..I ; "tl FLCO4MISSIQNi
o. u j. A .lpI'-'
rage flid'riqf deign to reply to poor OIIUTlC Morn ODUL room; hip roof from which a charming b5t10S$ acres: acres : hamvocktandf '

'Gibbons/bm t d lire order with'' On orders DOt exceeding>io, s cents.. view U to be bad ofthrJ.1h river and surrounding uf fine fronton St,John'river; two mile*west 'OF''ALt i: 'J1 LiTIE i MERCHANT "-
lacksonvi le.
feet well 1TJ bone of the) most desirable river ,
lot good
Over Mand not exceeding f 10, to ccnu, country j three ,making MMOA ; : .
increased vchetceficc"and the'Them Over$to and not exceedinjt 130, 15 cents. young hade) tree tuned J half*tome from post-office. II'fronts ISthC vicinity.of Jacksonville Will_be divided! ,t LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES .' .'q.-:,!" Of", '_ O !tt'r.'to )' "
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I bers of the bar who had Over"30 and not exceeding$40 so cent*. ..''" )orsaIeatasgais. EMBALMING DONE WHEN Q-AD lao 01 OI'. ." ::
t anticipatedthe Over,40 and not exceeding jjo,s 5 cents. No. 96. Alarge.'twptory'houie with- ,ten large ,'.'No.fit.,,Slit acre* on Arlington river adjofalngtive -AES6 'REQUIRED I-; mcnt and oldtt H3iofl or private sale .

fix that Bob:nvould eventually be KOKE1CM MONCT OXDEKS.Oe room; thoroughly bUilt,and finished in firstratetyfe.with Florida Home, containing the old vineyard. For sale : ',.. '> .. ',, ,. .
placed in. were convulsed 'with laughter ordcis not exceeding f 10,t)cents. twelve Tbet ceilings; one acre of ground,covered al a. butalA.. -'" -. --- :MARBx.E1A i MhRJ3LElZEJ The besV and most stylish ftvery teams'fn toe'city ,'Every description.i'c.of good* eatrmtrd:toe'.W al. \ ,'
with fruit and flower pleasantly located withinfive bo foondal the Stable of the uadenigned. 1ICU'&heFI f I
Over and tree* r | ; can T.t."Uh"i":
10 not '
w1iicfTncrease4 ; i exceeding Jao 50 cents. N ,. MmoroiJTAir HOTu.-Thf. hotelTs' S'L'AT nM'ANDEnS! wUIMd3spcsctofi:;
; the rage of the; ,, Over*so and not exceeding f 30, 7$cent minute walk of the railroad depot. Price'IOPOO. *47 .Y .i- Home,corner of. Cedar and Forsyth, Streets, i .
located,built of the best French brick and h : :
.Judge to ,he .bishesti] pitch' The Over J jo and not exceeding $40, ".90..) ,|.4Soo. down.,balance 41111011I' time U dCiind.CClitrau. ", ', a firsuOas house ia everyrespect..- For price and rtt"SLATE. HEAR H&cZIANUFACTURED '. -j Horses boarded and wWl cared fcr'on ea ooable. BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE ;
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Over fio and not exceeding> | ' Ko-o acre In Orange county .one mfle fromMdyovUle. t j
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50. t.S.- tOO term Norton 1\iaac C
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apply & Kooker V 3
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prosccoungv.jtiorncy e deavored. to J.S.ADAMS Postmaster.JackaoavItle.Oaobbr .-. Price,|j per acre, !. ,.1)' I. .. .. '... .. ". : ... I '" JeaIIII'ror" lauflng, pus" ''J.wiAYF.1Y I Ii \; .ri-1r, ;P'I ,: .t' \
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cnljghtciibe4JJpdgcs dcventually o'i874v J t j i. "t'i.i. itt a.-t-1 '.' '
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r..nolleirittt4.a" yew'waotts"'.! > -',.,A ft.; u. -t' ,A44 ,t'tt&in r c trio It 1-.i3
f uccecdedrt>ut not vnti\ hc''had''proa t ,$ +* 4_. 'r ) I flk" PAuIETToBwcJ t ;-.- v' T "
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