The new South
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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 31, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
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 )
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
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notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00031
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THE NE\V SOUTH. we will 'accord1 thirty or forty years presses. himself in the. same manner ,PROFESSIONAL'CARDSFJR. ,'-a HOTELS AND BOARDINO:HOUSES. "GROCERIES S -i

for its culture Arabia, that is about and describes a. number of varieties AND PROVISIONS. STEAMEaS.ics SEW.YORKAND

_.'-,JsHED EEDNESDAV:5ATCRDAY.T1R ANDS 450 of the Hegira ; fifty years for its which 'were cult bated in. his day i in F. A.. :McMANUS, OCEAN HOUSE CLARK 'k

culture in Palestine, Egypt and Barbary Egypt, a' circumstance which 'shows .( of Baltioiorey THE TOHN ----.

SUBSCRIPTION} ; twenty for its naturalization i inSicily these trees: were widely cultivated Rectmly i j .. .... *
I11bSCIibT1. h.SOpefanllUm.
$,.,..W....r..t.mal1..n cop'C5 'J GO cadi. and an_WW copy. and we fill the interval allowed.. there. The,progress of .this ;Culture HOMEOPATHIC.: PHYSICIAN, JACKSONVILLE FI..A.. FORWARDING FERNANDINA *';
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dub recdftd at time..m"enl1
C'"CIT : A of Nicolas Specialis was.slower in *" -, ".D 4
who and in
passage Italy Prance. It .
..a subscriber ft per annum. Ten Has located bi JacluonvDIe. Office and tcsldenceM enttaOy! located and nrstsdasa In nfl ttt sppoiaunenrswifl I
..nT, TIvPIc*. $&.60. F1fL7. cop- wrote in the 14th centuryahistory; of appears that the lemon, brought at Monroe Street between Laura ud Fine streets lathe .' COMMISSION MERCHANT
rectal Mrs.Hendcnca't remain the Sunun STEAMSHIP LINE. .
ctr.cr': will still boartfing-bous j-cotf open during moetbs.TRANSIENT q "" # '
Sicily, give more probabilityto first into these countries as a variety '. .
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: this opinion. This of the citron had IN .,. .;
JJf.ERTS1JCUTES history re been .
long designated 1...KOBWSOIt I.J. W.wgz T',, BOARD ...nPt..
,._,_WMIIT.>i oo per tech.or.lesi.first Insertion: counts the devastations that were by ,European .,writers under the AtfyatLawacIU.S; : : *r. ... NOWJ Pubic,. 1 JtOCEIU .. PROVISIONS ..GRAIN .. '- ;:::1

ack iU'Q".'I"t iDlCf per iDCh g*.S Ut".."III.T. ..6rat lMCftioa: each made by the army' of'the Duke of generic name of citrus, .although C.LrROBINSON &"CO., la PER DAY or |ra PER WEE1C HAY SEGAR.S.a' e.r! ,' FERNANDINA. ,TUL.October:" i iMEDIATOR ..... '-..". -.: ....

::ient tmoertJOII.15 cents. Calabria, in 1383, in tbe,'environs' ,of Italy,and south of Franve the people RIAtESTATE '- Very reasonable amngMtencs made with permanent Sob-Agents for Florida for \ *"."..' .,. ) [
ao cents per line.TEMI Palermo and that these soldiers INSURANCE. BROKERS warden J. : ""
.1Xshas. says iud.known it from the beginning underits 'j tt *; .r t i '" ,.I, ,
*: CASK r" ADVAHC did the } Agency The Manhattan" Life Insurance. Company MRS. C. L ftrin'.CI--1 Pah.t.Ud ( ,, .
ADAMS CARRUTH & CO. not spare even trees ,of the proper name of lemon-name New York. r-I. i ;BUmNCTON.," .' ::> i Caps.SMiiB, .

MJnsI lacksonvine. FlorkSa. "acidapples" called by..the people which bas come 'to 'us without any Asset f9P 09;.61:*1' Undivided. suplu'11,666,616.0s.. Jacksonville May*j,1874 .\ : White's Patent -.r Drawer., j.

:::- arangi, which from ancient times em- change or corruption. True, we findit -i-z.-u _,' ,,- 'Iff ., '. : :"- /Agettfor., ,\.; :'- ,- ,,: ,,' ) VI C K S B U. R G. F'-

TREATISE ON THE CITRUS. bellished the l palace 'of Cubba.' The in botanits under the name' of citrus N. BETTES, ,** 'i.;I t.: TVyTELLONVILLE HOtii! ,. I ._ .STBAMBS. t'u LIZZIE, '! >BAKER.'s. '! :.''_ : I Cap. RUDOLT.. ,!
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name Cubba, given to this, palace oflrieaays"6f limori, or 'of mala ,limoniai and .' .,.,. VOLUSIA..
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....... Lflo'C antdca 011 the Otrui are copied from royal pleasure, seems to come from sometimes that of citrus PHYSICIAN 'i RGEON. :J WEYBaSSET ... .
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I1LNew, '. mt"a1. t *' ...... .... .', 1! GK d., ,.........'.i 4JI1) ; ,. .
S cuckins J which joum*l they ,,-ae translated from l "the Arab domiriion. *;TC name"* which* is. giir indistinctly -- de" to..LIOIII. LONYntw: .. COUKTT.' mf ."TLA*- .to .....:t : ...' .:.., \ 'ttST1R..J.: : : t. .1
x G u-raio: We commend the Jacb uril1c.TU. % Bru '& '.:Ltn SaHSng l'ackdInOY / 11" --" .7" "'T''t t Ibe it':h' 0'...tji5IIJ tioiKE .Iuabic* aad.peclaII,adapted seems to be derived from the word sometimes to the lemon, sometimesto <>mea Hoots-Krom'8 tJD9a.ud n tin> p.m. ;These steamer sail from New Yceb.PIeu *.North t

J$5L Southern U flCd& CHAPTER IV I I III Cobbah, an Arabian word, which signifies the citron,sometimes to the orange Omcx AKB RESIDBIC -Corner'Ocean and Monroe SP-5-rr I. L KITE.Proprietor. NEW YORK. River, and from Fernandlna Railroad Wharf every .:.::-

a vault ; perhaps some vast dome and very often to 'the whole: genus streets. 6-7-6m twj6-ta Bay Street.. Jacksonv: ill*.Florida.
HISTORY OF THE CITRUS.Aitnci lifted itself FIFTH DAY. j, .
.out of this country house, citrus., MISCELLANEOUS.

into the Countries* ui.Sataicbe. .of the Orange and and gave its narnejo it. These! data, The..orange .began to appear in Italy NORTON &: IOOKER, .FAI.RBA.NKS1 ., For freight or'passagaapply to -' ."

i onOrtgnaU7 from & -Pasted Into Syria however, do notappear tome strong under the name of Orcnges," which REAL ESTATE DEAT 11\.5. comer Ocean and Bay .
-pt-fnportcd, into Europe: *>r lb*: combat streets,Jacksonrlilc,Florida. PRINTING. HERM GELPCKE Agent .
.ad IIIIt iymolofiy i/their names-Progress of enough to with the authority the people modified into different pronunciations Money loaned on Real Estate security. General : D&&L&R1X : *->t;..

dlelf Cultult Origin of Orangeries. of a very worthy historian, who says according to the.dialects, Life and Fire IomrazceAgenta and dealers Iff Pins GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS S Williams St..New York. '
Lands Plantations, &C.; .Springfield suburb a lpe ahy. THE NEW SOUTH Or W. WOODWARD.Represem&gCHATER *
that these two Arabs expressly that the and lemon J. .
orange arangio j
It appears naranzo, aranza, aranzo, rrespondence[ solicited 3 aS wtf; \I'k >I' .... .A .
were the first to use !it as medicine.I were not known in the nth century, throne cettangolo, melarancio, melan- i > BAY STREET,JACKSONVILLE,FLA., & KING.Agent. *. _. i .

have carefully examined the authors either in Italy, France, or other parts gob ara1lta: We'meet with all these & ARTHURA.; ,BIRNEY, JOB.AND :.BOOK.'PRINTINGESTABLISHMENT. : : ro.lOIYtl FeTnI.IIEna.FICtIda. .J'." .....

of(this na.tion'ho preceded !these, and of Christian Europe. 'This is what is names progre$ \'ely'in the works of W Always keeps on hand ;- ,

I have not found a single indication declared by Jacques de Vitry, when the: 13th, 14th and i5th centuries. ATTORNEYS, : : .,. : ., HAY. CORN, OATS, BRAN, GROUNL CHARLESTON AND FLORID\*

of knowledge of these species. Me- he speaks of the trees of Syria, in his The Provencals also received this tree. FEED PEAS, CHICKEN FEED, STEAM PACKET CO. .: ,.

snalimself' who does speak of the Hislory of Jerusalem. The testimony under, the name, of up 1lgu," and. 4j STREET.: NO.. 3"30 t -.- J PORK LARD BACON, 'I '.. .'

citron, does not say one word of the of this bishop, who should have they also modified into different words, 'WASHNGTON CITY. : The proprietors are of prepared to execute orders far ,SHOULDERS, ._:
description _
. ., HAMS. .
known these countries to in different I, .'
lemon or orange.I ought pos- ;times and distinct pr yin. FISH, FLOUR. : '
that Aricenna, in the sess more weight than the simple con- called it B. C. DREW, CHANGE OF SEHEDULE.. :yThesteames i i
giving ces.
recipe for the syrup of alkcdt-re, into jectures founded'upon reasons from : orenge, and finally orange., .During i a' AND : HECKER'S FLOUR. FARINA, ._-- ----; "

which he puts juice of the bigaradc: analogy. Whatever may be esteemedof : many centuries the authors who wrote ATTORNEY COUNSELLORATLAWOffice : a* BUSINESS CARDS:. BUTTER- CHEESE- APPLES, ONIONS DICTATOR:AND CITY POINT .,

it as his own invention. the authority of'this'historian com in Latin found themselves embarrassed I _, POTATOES,, SUGARS. SYRUPS .
inoounces i I VISITING CARDS. ,. MOLASSES, COFFEES Until further notice will sail as fcOows} .. ;
This circumstance! seems to indicate pared with our reported presumptionsin in designating: fruit'without: a name in the new Ffcedma< Bank BuQdingcomer i : ,. .
Pine and Forsyth Streets Jacksonville}la.a. .' *: '; TEAS, COCOA, THE STEAMER DICTATOR, '
that this fruit had only been recently regard to Sicily, it should be decisive ., in that language. The first who spokeof .:AMdRCWS., .|. a:c.' DRaw.. WEDDING CARDS'' '-" SNUFF, CAFIAC LEO VOGEL ,; "

known ui Persia ; but it suffices for it for the lake of Garda, and the it served themselves with'. a phraze 1-IT. 5- BILLHEADS.LETTER.. -".' OILS SOAPS .until further DO&ice.Ica..CHARLESTON every iwin. N1t,

to be cultivated in Persia to assure is coasts of Liguria and of Provence. 1 indicating the features of the fruit BAKER- HEADS. STARCH TOBACCO; TUESDAY evening and SAVANNAH every WED. 0}
M.&H.J.: ,
Irac land into There is doubt but that the lemon J. ; tar .JACIC-l'
into no
passing: Syria. accompanied with one of the popular : CIRCULARS. BASKETS. 3ROOMS. SPONGES TUBE SONVILLE.PALATKA and Intermediate Landing*..

These countries adjoined, and were and orange were unknown, not ,onlyin names, arangi,. Latinized into orenges, ,ATTORNEYSATLAWOrnCi FOSTERS.BRIEFS: .
closely united by political relations the loth, but also in the nth centuries arangias, arantium. This was done .. "' 1'?' CANNED GOODS OF EVERY KIND. RETURNIN.G:
..hich'ilitated communications, and of our era. by Jacques de Vitry, who called the ,: Reed's Building. .5 twin leave PALATKA every FRIDAY monai Land

the people who inhabited them werein But the extraordinary event which orange oma.dtralUl, "adding,that- the i-ty Jacksonville Florida PAMPHLETS.. ,I '" EVERYTHING to suit JACKSONVILLE the tide; FEKNANDINA every SATURDAY same day.morning.arriving frt,

a state 01( civilization to which they altered the whole face of Europe Arabs called oranges; and Nicholas_ IAMBS K;BAKSX. RIKTOM J.BAKBJt. BLA.Ng5s'1. ,ALL*v / KINDS i ,- ., IXTHIFORAGE.GROCERY.AND !SAVANNAH DAY. and CHARLESTON:: every SUN-P* ,

had before attained. came now to afresh to the who it the PROVISION. LINE
open people Specialis designated by SUMMERS, THE,STEAMER CITY 'POINT *
Apasage:; in Massondi, which the of the West the portals of Syria name of sour apples,, acripomorum C.H. COLORED' PRINTING,.' AND GILT.. WORK / SELL FOR- 'CASH CATTAwJ.W. FITZGERALD *

learned M. de Sacy has reported in and of Palestine. The Crusaders, I drbores, observed that the people ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; WiIlleaftCHARLESTONnerySATUR.DAVe_ .

the note of his translation; of Abd- who begun their work towards the i calle it arangias. They are followedby ALSO NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONERU. f AMD AT ing,SAVANNAH even SUN DAY afternoon for FER

Allatif writer of the 12th century of end of the nth century, awoke.; in Bloridus'Flavius and many others. S. CIRCUIT COURT. CHEAP. NEAT AND PROMPT, THE LOWESr'POSSIBLE FIGURES. Intermediate NANDINA.Landing JACKSONVILLE, ; PALATKA d' a

oar era, may fix our ideas upon this Europe the spirit of commerce and Matheus Silvaticus the,first 10 give Office Polk'bunding.,__ Merchants Loggers Holds,Boarding Houses,and RETURNING .
subject and determine the epoch of taste for art and luxury. They wentto it the name'of citrangulum, and thisdenominationseems /amilies are invited to examine my goods and prices. : ,.i

this event. It coincides with all the AsiaMinorasconquerors, and from to have surviveda ANNO, C. L. MATHER. FRANK E: UTTLE. Will leave PAI.ATIt.A'TUESDAY morning,In" S
data which we have gathered and thence, they spread into all the countries long while among physicians and W.R. i CASH suit the'tide.: FER.NA..DINAmed.J.am.mc.r every < !

with the historic facts familiar to us. of Asia. The Crusaders were by translators from the Arabian works, S ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .' I ._ ; .. I. AID FOE COUNTRY P8ODTJCZ OF ALL KIND DAY.CHARLESTON: and SAVANNAH. every THU'j&5-' _.,,

This is what he says : "The round not oad i nary, soldiers, but brave'men, who 'adopted it generally, ..instead of Office;in Reed'* mock.' Bay Street, .. CLMATHER.&CO., THROUGH' TICKETS AND BILLS OF'LAD.' t

citron ( Otrodi Afodawar) was brought who tore themselves away from their Arabian. word "narendj". Thus ," ".. StWILLSON & WHITLOCK. E G DELPHIA.GIVEN TO BALTIMORE.NEW YOKK&C.PHILA ,,
7 .
from India later than th: year 300 of Families by an enthusiasm wholly religious the,.name citrangulum current. ,for S e o.tv-as..n-u. i "' 4. : 1 v-. '. i : ... -< to Tbos.A.Willson, These Steamers connect with Florida Railroad at' .>

the Hegira.: It was. first sowed in and who in consequence, still more than,_a.century among scientists ; C. L, ROBINSON,. ,.1ATrORNEYATLAW ., ..sAla I""-' < Fernandina.Jacksonville.Jacksonville St. JohaV Pensacoh Railroad Mobile at Toed Railroadat for St.AncMtine. .

Oman ; from thence it was taken to held fast to their country and their afterward gradually theLatinized, vulgar !- 1 : .:. ; .wi& _'litPaIatka for>leUe rille, ,
Irak. and and became could behold with GRAIN. FLOUR, AND FEED, Enterprise and the upper SLJo1I5 and ztA steamers --
into :
Basra ; Syria, estates. They not word came into use among authors ; for the OckJUwaha river. 1-s IfI

very common in the houses of out envy the charming trees which 01| chronicles and other 'writers, andit Also. NOTARY PUBLIC! and COMMISSIONER STATIONERS..,. ..' anuiactuTcn of .

the inhabitants of Tarsus and other embellished the environs Jerusalem"! ", was writtensuccessively, aranginm, U. CIRCUIT COURT. tORN: MEAL, HOMINY,.CRACKED r'
,Office: No.a Masonic Block' '-iv'A I .BROCK'S LINE
frontier towns of Syria, at Antioch, and the exquisite fruits which,nature aranrium, aranti m, 'anarantium, ne- -
: AND"Booksellers. CORN RYE MEAU, GRAHAM 'o. S ", !..,.<:
upon the wastesofSyria, in Palestine, had given to the climates of Asia.' It rantium,' aurantiur J,'pornum aureum; AVRIGHT, : 5' '

and in Egypt. It was not known be- was at this period that Earope enriched The Greeks followed the ''sarne' fijot-\ ;.La. :W FLOUR,CRACKED WHEAT.&c. RIVER STEAM'ERSt! *'.*'

foreths, and it lost much of its agree her orchards, and that the steps, whether th y-received the word ATTORNEY. AT" LAW, '. I : ,. }t '_: ,..itid
: ,
able odor and the beantiful color it French : into their Reed's St. Fla. V i ,
ncestratsported, narenge' from the! Arabs' of.Syria, or Block Bay ,Jacksonville t '
.. SCHEDUtE ::

had in India because: it had no longer country the prune' of Damascus, the from the Crusaders they Hellenized, Will practice in the,different courtS of the(I Setat. Cot.lectjons TO ORDER- SUMMER T t ti *Ji ***>AfI '

the fine climate nor the same soil; Saint Catherine, the apricot of Alexandria theword: .into nerantzion., droraptly attended to. ;'7-a1tl ,. ''' Wood Sawed, Split, and Delivered : ON and after MONDAY APRIL.7 i,the steam
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA of this line will leave Shipyard Wharf daily
which that and other r' :, '
:s .
special to
glorious coun species indigenousto : '
.. 8 o'clock .for
TO BE CONTINUED. H. rATTJSOH., A.a.MXZK. i (Sundays excepted at A. M.
try." these climates.. It was also at this .. by Cord or Load. S.. -. 'S
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The:lemon came later, perhaps, into time that the Sicilians, the .Genoese ; & MEEK, < :' .
Block Mill and Whar.cqcsONYlLLE.'LA.
Democracy Defeating Itself. HAVEJVS:1'! : Rou' : Bay Street.opposite our
these countries: for neither the Damas and the Pr 'encals transported ; ; '

cent nor Aricenna mention it.find We Salerno; to St. Remy, and to 'Hieres, Extreme measures are' rarely suc- ATTpRNEYS-AT-LAW.: AND' -* COMMODIOUS;.. STORE ON ,. and ENTERPRISE'f::

it first in the descriptions of the the'lemon and the orange.. Listen to cessfut..and frequently aid the :i rb.; T_ A. WttSOW.. ti-66 W.A.WHITIOCK :
R4ua bunding'Jacksonviuel ,
The frequent 'Office.. s BAY STREET NEAR. LAURA I
cause they are to defeat.
Arabian writers of the izth century of what is said by a' historian of the i3th > ,

the Christian era, principally in Ebu- century, who had been in' ,Palestine murders :and other outrages E.1OIINSON.\ M. 11. .. ;" IMPORT TO EVERYBODY. .; ; S .\.n':!
committed members of the Democratic P. BE' and Intermediate 1a diap.wOl leave.ahoweoa Tnas-
.. .
who devotes Crusaders and whose -
an article to it in with the witness .. day and Saturdays and return Wed eldaTa cI Saturday "
bis" Dictionary of Simple Medicaments should receive .great confidence. ', White L dtUes' in the' South HOMCEOPATHICPHYSICIAN : .r Uyona4.hsgenuineard4Ic in. the.W3J' fOgarsVIneiiquon&c..got& evenings. & -TJ'/*
Shippers are requested to,send freight down during
the Latin translation "In additionto producing a powerful reaction inthe'public : AND 'SURGEON. the afternoon., -tiir-1
; of this Jacques Vitry says : ." ASSORTMENT __"" ;'.,
article was printed in 702, by Andres the trees, cultivated in ,Italy .iu iniud, ,.and creating a strong Office, north side of'Bay Street In Dr Robinson's .' .. 2 -: < J. B..TOGNL 4.aW J. .Agent.. "-_*j .jf ,

BaluBense, at Paris ; and the Imperial Germany; ,and in France, .as ;well as I' sympathy for the persecuted Repub- new bu".DU. \block east of National Hotel.iggtt .-fSTATIONERS'9 ; q ,: OKAHUMKEE-' ": :' W "
licans.and the -
have j. :
library possesses several manuscriptsof in others parts of Europe one finds principles they :&' BASNETT, '. SUPPLIES, :. .S J::;:. ,, '1 's' .' _f. ;:: _. .FOR HARRIS.EUSTIS AND :JRIFFIN.SILV'ER .
The xtr.lct from ;
this dictionary. I thought, had here (in Palestine) species peculiar! to I espoused.letter; following late..C nfederateOfficer' CArL S I : ti; i ,.'- ..'l, 'i ; ?'If- you .wish to.. tale. recreation: .., ia.-,, a' good game, e '.' :.-'n ", ..."

discovered one date; to_prove that it this country, of whichsome, are ster- a-private of.a ; .LAW; / ;*\.vj 4. ..if i '-ti '*, 'r.I( .. I .< Billiards,go to J.;B.,TOGNTS. SaJoo.,. .Bay.street.. / SPRING i rfJT .
la : is and ;
'Tjexas ; 'significant, "- 1 ;ri-' t
as tnown to the Arabs .in the 9th ile" and others loaded with fruits --1 .. tE. 'THAN is TO BE.FOUND IN .- : ,
will beread with, ,IhiercsV;' Oica-InRecd'sBuiIding.npstaiirs.. ; J.- ', .. ,' : :-.-.-- And other Landing oa theOck1awabaflJ'cr- .,I
century. I observed that the authorsof There are tr which give,very, beautiful .- 1' !OJ' ; '
'! from the rece ittrocitks I .: : .. ; S ; : : .. ,,, ., .. _
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i relation about India and China 'colored !like' the citron Judgi gr : -rr. UCKSONV1LLE,Fla r' ;. i .. : : '5'S !" IH ?@ 1
apples, in Gibson Tennessee ,Imported Ba *Ale on draught. CaH.for It.at J,B r"z, : ; : ,,
hich Is pretended to be dated in 'the upon which perceived distinctly the county, nicHARDMCLAUGHLIN : ANY OTHER 'HOUSEIN' ... ", a.j4 8

234th year of the Hegira ((851JD..,) marks of the teeth 'o( 'man,- 'and so Coushatta' parish, Louisiana, and .. '. .;. :: .. :;.:.IDA;. :, ,' TOGNI'S.at the Metropolitan Billiard'Saloon.."'J t TheSteamerOKAHUMKEE/ ,.it ...ihii

and of which there is'a French'transition these fruits are called,apples of Adam ; many others since, there' would 'seem REAL, >, ESTATE. AGENT. !' I...- ,, '. I : : 's'- T. w '. !3S-3: h .". .:A.Jl- RicMmter;.. .h"JJ fls P
'need for the use
be'little of
i in Paris of 1718, spoke of a others produce an acid fruit of a disagreeable -' to. a-cam jatI4rlDrA.Afl AT PRICES COMPETING WITH PRICES- '. 1 .1 II ** ,I GU
paign.fu d as'those high-handed and : ; T: Will leave aacksoirvuta every THURSDAY morning
fruIt ,
which was found in China ; but savor, and 'these are ,called ; sorts oC Real Estate bought and sold; Money" R.W.EARL .. at I o'clock.. / 'y' 'fvr-f 'f t4.-
) bloody outrages have e more' to vested, Titles CHARGED FOR GOODS OF THE. ,&MEDESCRlP1IOi CEO. R.FOSTER Agent VJacksonvaie -
L-oeSacy ,:Tfxes paid.: examined.Rams .
who : .
Their is used
examined the ,, lemons. juice to season "
on4TeCognjz -S ;:: PRACTICAL i .Fla..July'5.a8p-y..sL d ".j" K .
conduce: to.the success of Republicanprinciples William Astor..,Esq., IN NORTHERN CITIES.IVE .' .- "
BT rnjossiON. to -
fresh it .
that the fish and meats because it is
name, ,lemon fl'
than New York- Ex-Gov. A. G. Curtin Bellefonte, Pa.; ', .. AND'PAPER'HANGERIRavthgdeddedto' : -,
\(\fin\: \ was added by the .translator, piques the palate, and'provokes appetile. any ,money.been cap.soldier, Lewis H. Rodney Philadelphia. ;' W.'Stokes 'Bovd.. r' PAINTER: '. ... B. HUBBARD, ..1" '
D G. .b1'1'.IIa
"Although having. a tCr.Jackiionviue.s.henry
since .
in the Arabian text, there was There are also to be seen (very Tucker baton. Mass., -sSrzy-pd. INVITE : reside here permanently win be SAMUEL **
onljjhe! word during; the 'Mate' unpleasatness' inLees glad\ to receive orders from all requ1riJlC".cwk done in -. 7 '.
i .
airodjf which simply fine cedars of Lebanon, very tall, but of'Northern >. ,II* line. .. Jacksonville;fla., :
II1tana citron ; thus this relation con- I sterile, and another species of cedar army 'Virginia, (late' A.K4IqIiT4 .. ., ., ; .ATTENTION.OF: -.. .. *
,11 A -
Unnslhe C. S: A.): 'myself1 I in' common withLongstrect A. ., :. .; ... GRAINING. GLAZING and KALSOMINING / '
opinion that Arabs did called Maritime, of which the plant is ; I ; > done to the best.manner. .. .. .-. Importer-and Dealerini ; ":
others I h v deemed .. ., ,
and .
J :
not know ; '
the lemon at that day. It: small but productive giving ATTORNEY LAW..t *" ; CITY AND COTNTRY DEALERS Warelumi ,
very :
; .Order left at Davis&: Drew's Furniture -'S : : ; ;
was not, then before the toth centu-' beautiful {fruitas large as the head ofa it' *Iserigbtind,6per, to espouse' .. : ill i"-i ii 1. ; : .' will receive prompt...- 'o-. '-: .. ,' : i ii.iuwARZ IRON .AND' STEEL :
., ..
T', t .. ... .. '
cf' the '
tf of onr the.cause Republican ,party No., a Hoeg's Block,up stain Ai .':...t":' I. # 'I se.t A.+ -
-era that called or '
this citrons
warlike people man ; they are ,. I., .. .. REFERENCES '
convinced of the fact. that under its > ,. t."i I. ; ; ; ; : ? 1EDGLTOOLSpTABLEaadPOZTjli, : r T
enricIj'he ,
gardens, of in',, These formed 3.5W17 J :J'1L "" '! '' '
uuplant Oman with. ( apples. fruits arc former battling for'justice and fredomto ffL AND1: THE PUBLIC GENERALLY; TOX: >URTOCK. "S. I. BanGs, Esq. and C L. RoaDlSOll.. Eaq ,.. ; -, CUTLERY: :,. ., .,., I kn "
from ., ', ... ?
three "
hence it spread into, of a tripple substance,and ", ,t tI : '{ J' Jacksonville Fla -' "
Palestine and into :Egypt. ,From' different tastes ,' the first 'is hot, the all, success must attend our efforts. A.'BUESING', ...AND. .SOLICIt. .. .. TRADE., .. .. ,.. .. -". Nai1 ,-G1 e, 'Potty; Glass,. Paints;;; OUa.'
k- !
Hm: they passed. into Barbary: and : second ..temperate, tfie third cold. "It .isnot; from .the''pa'trX' ot C Respectfully tsBs tie attention of the ddsem- and mer.3: J", ., ; !.: ,., ; ., % LEATHER BELTTSG.RUBBER:?ACKINQi B'+''
atoSpatn which I hold 'that my identification chants to t e BRAUTIFUL SOAP,he"manufacturet.: HEALTHWEALTH-: ; ,. .' .3"
which :
is that
; perhaps ,also the fruit S "
; intq.Sicily. They best Barber and Toilet .
say enthusiasm It is the Washing. Soap evermade. -: fcj
with and the I : TINWARE.CROCKERY'r.,
-.a40stia tells us,, that iooa, a'' God spokC in Leviticus: 'You 'will .for Republican .' This!. Soap is put up la boxes'contain. *80 lbs 3NEW TRIBUNE1 EXTRAS, .\. '' S ; ,-, .. .- ', j ,\STOVES' r r "".' I .......
P'lI1CC.: of Salerno presented,some "a-' 'take, on the first day of the year the party has ,been consummated ; and Orders 9obsva.should n be addressed to- : .,. i ._' :. ..tLcad and Iron RpeDOORS. ,- : !: ;;.
tne apPles (joma citrina) to the fruit of the finest tree.'' There is also I Ito' but, sir, from that generous and: magnanimous A. BUESTNG.'Box7: : i. No.XXI. 'Whitney. Higsinson.EHtott,. layering,. ; 'RECREATION; ':' SASU.BLlNDSMOVLDINGS.SVGACasFatiag .
: .
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treJtmeotextended to those ,56tf Jacksonville flarl LeCbnte.Marsh ete etc ; .. .
'ounan another 1-- .. ,,', .. .
: princess who had delivered be seen' in this country :: 4. H: '
1111 I, participated: in the1''rebellion by ,.... ., ; MiBs.Evaporato-5.&c ,.
from '
the Letters from .Egypt Kris ,
Saracens. of citrine apple birne. upon' No XXII. Bayard Taylor; ( ro. r: C 'i'.1.
species v- --ii
panand'.from be''kind and Iceland,in sheet form only.) .
The that .
D :: .Roofmg Jolting, 4.n..
ttpression'crPririe apples (foma smal1Jr ,,oL".hic4Jhecold .part js h.. ., OR NGE. GROVES COLONIES -. .
tttriu rrie.ndli.gia of bands, with' $ a. McCoiB. ,. $wid4ige1ogrrfr?. diy
,)which this author much less and has an.acid and disagreeable : aril NO.XXIH. Tyndan.HndeyOtre\ .0
uses,seems FARMS MARKET-GARDENS _; "t3
sineeth GUN. A LOC -
to with
gallant adversary TQ. $;' ,
ne' to designate' called ; war, -
rather fruits taste'; Jthese apples arc "
re- their well-wishes for uccess besides Price by.man, postpaid 'In sheet ixmsi'csnta 1 -YIELA SITES, TOWNLOTS. SALE ![ -r"
'flbiag > ,
the ,
citron than the citron the native here each Ia PmmtkUt.so cents.HFTEEN .. POR .
by oranges. ; ,, **1:
tbe aDd '
many political'crimes .mur.dc ELECTRO-PLATING 'AND GILDING "
ieffrbecauseit.was knowDthen Behold here the apple of Adam, ALSO : ; RIVERSIDE HOUSE. J.JACKSONVILLE.
Dtri occurring in the South has made ,; 1., *. ,0 EXTRAS FOR Jx..Send ., ;/
or mala medico. It is thus that the lemon, the1 citron and'the bTgara- grateful and I led' the knowledge ,9'5 ._., .AithssiOthC, BIGLOCK.THIRSTCLASS {. iWfciO catalogue' ,with' content 'of each- num- FOR' SALE'ON'. SANFOREPSi GRANT.. FUL li; *
c to
me me .
recognize .. .
also the under found In1 Palestine the Crusiders ber' '
dier by
the tame of orange : that Rebellion, 'was1.wrong, FURNISHED HpUSET .c drc8. .TRIBUNE, New y-art.. { .11"1 L.U.MOORK.A6B-T.' .' Well adapted fcr.a one private, residence or fcit- ;
the rntnd citron, of and regarded as' 'new trees-- : ",_ class boarxfing house. Two storks with mansard rooC '
Ithicit a.brime dnobe efiui'coudpossibly )
I Massondi speaks lu'.the to Europeans. Indeed- it slavery : I '1. TACDOII"'ILU ; 18 sleeping>> !rooms i sere land 4' orange trees. Thai
passage strangers and CENTRAL SALESROOMS finest location and cheapest piece of property hi this
cited. accrue to our people t.HE. : "
This conjecture accords with is this that.we begin to ; : : A :CARD including about Ipio wortn if'-
period Price ;
the only at country onless in the perpetuation ,of ,O ,R .5. :A L, E .f! ... : clDiIy' and -
half, h balance.In
epoc of -S ea one.
cultivators aItum.5o.ooo. :,.
and ( ;
history : The Arabs find.European'Justorianf Jaceuu.&nVa.? Macbpst,1874. :: '
lxlraded the ,doctrines and of nrU Tatcpal tn'remove to Jail planntion. GENERAL' Twa. --c-
Sicily' I principles : the The <* lgaed> ] AN"AVcrioN AND COMMISSION .. l... ,
toward the close of the mentioning these trees. Without .ilhe1UullaideDce on Adams Sacu.tbe:. "" .. 1..
Republican 'party/1. v. ]ameaaadGrudNadouUloceiI.n =r. \: .. HOUSE.,, .. ... : THE.: SOUTHERN( UFK INSURANcE COMPANYwffl )orttd1particu1axsaddrus!
St. .
century naturalized ; '
t: (828); the orange had doubt ,the Arabs had already sentiment ofby1tnriy'others : .. .SANJ"OPoD -1.0; : S 'S F.STYLES,;. 'nba.Jackivlflc. ,
This .
aftII!Bought from India into Arabia, them In Africa and in Spain, 1 dutspdkeri ApJ>JC.GnUTi; *, ,.. :' Bay. .Street;near tam,,. '- '" ". '*":/' n.kfcw. : days appoint a Sue Agent itFlrik. .ria:, .' -
C the of loyalty) shared, 'who dCk.WVillf; March 6. IS7 .tWU&( I rr twit sold W November: l.t.th Riv iJde'Botts
5? year the their
Hegira that where the .favored ; jACKSONyiLLE.FLA.PUBLlClSALE In the meantime wffl'conduct iL'Engleccidaq'othe manageAu -
300, temperature .'
to batUd.arLe."CI. SI,A.'but whohave will be kept among the winter a*a ftra&daa priVM .i.bomrdinehoiaw.
the close of the Ebu-Al-Awarn who wrote '' SATURDAy. 6 s.swt1 ;. : >LL.w6a
r'r0car ; BOXES. .
9th /RANGE
vegetation. ,
ternury seen, ,and. .acknowledged their; ', ; ae t. : .f:4.:: .. .. .
o th : ,
era thc dose of the ( "f -
; citrine | .n I
our. apples at Seville at the. 1.- ,
Cf Leon d'Qst date translatedand error, .and are pained at ihe -course '1 fcave'material autidaiIrub near!son orange ;Jrj" MAY .CONCCRN "'JJ"tIndift. ted to me,care Henry, A. '" 1Q' -
in WHOM ; '
regard455 Io2' and are century, whose work: was pursued by -the White .Leagues aud boxes. TU material M made unjfcrm*i ic iby m jcbinerr. 1 T ;: Jactsonvflle Branch wifl ; WANTED. 'rt*'.v.

a sufficiently rare and published ;at Madrid In 'iSoi, their'ehdorsefS.-Ex. makhw a box:which'ijhesciddtsap.win bold two. -hundred- ., 'bay; charterel ihe "Steamer OCKLACaptrROBT ,, ... ,' ,,' !' In any part of the State a situation foe one or three ,.

WlOUs object to be a' gift for Kinck speaks in'.a mariner -make'qs l>elieve ., ._ .A ,a'A iiiedmang'.1M'B9'I&iMP....A., G.,CHAPPELL.'T3ICTURES WABA I to tlus 'day : DARDIS. The boat 'oi,, Avs4nsuc.1JG1L! .. I.... (t..:" .1:"_. .",..-., ..' I Bricklayers.of Press ttUac brick. a specialty..all kinds"*Either f masoa y then between trended tif .. : -.- ,.-. ., .;......, JkItRct. ,J.uUa Tlltc. wU1 woe'lie toponsiW. tat *ny debt U IDa, ;are capable charge
its .
introducDWryof thai their culture-was widely '10(" ''Ii 1 j 'P- myself ".., .. ;, '. 4Jfl.. MIL.F.R ... 1 ::t .:./ -, ,/ .W.A.JOHNSON..iI __
intAArabia *:; ,The Jajjancsc jGpvcrp.nieAtunas, cs- ; cu tnIC&bbcr.. '.,i, ,;:s L' p "'" : i I BuITa Head Hotel,cor.MI&st. and t Avw..,T
Fl1 o : aEdtipropagatjon! in AbdiAtUtlf. whowas' the aidtttaidra& : "; ... 'r' ..BL.tLUlT'.. _., *
I. LSiII ,
ir WOOD KCK' : : ', ? ..
.u4cactcs.t ,: .
wipled /' "t -'' "" s" 1.-.6"'": 4t4f 1&'it ,GcgSup .. l '!3- .11: ,! YIty .,: ...
nearly a ccl! Interval! ; pu:1 tablished, a ,Bureau. ,, Statistics..i. -;91.., ,:\ !.u C',. .i'j1 r. !.... .. .. na., .:..Scpc.. ."A74., ; .<' ," ,"' "', t .. '.... ; 'n' -I/i. ;:.. ," :. ,..,.
coternporar ,. .
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THE NEW SOUTH... :.;'- '! .Be Wise In..Time.On '- I I tain'in' office e- in contravention_ ofre- Why Support the'Republican Party ? them*, to compromise amongst them- 4 aotiHhe expiration of the fnll time of or the, odium

-- removal ielvesi'and any way" tAeylcill not do it.Wo the contract made by"the"said Justice. under which they i
Tuesday next the spectful petitionstor'ni signed Th' abundant reasons for giving a
important otherwise
|. $. AH M*. \ question have got them if we are true to our Sec. 5. All the money that may be neeessarily rest ?

r.mo. ADAMS,CARKUTH & CO. of deejdin'g who shall represent by the County Board of Instruction in hearty support to the saving party of the selves. Recommend the same coarse realized under th provisions of this act A word directly as to the

l, LLIL1.o.M7KNSID* J f Duval Bounty in the Ix-pislature must behalf and. for the good of the schocds, nations are succinctly and forcibly gl v_ that you did in Georgia, and we shall shall bo paid into the county treasury Union towards Mr. Walls. coarse of J*
be met by tho*people at the polls. The and )by the Cou'nty Republlcarf JExccnV in ti document read by Isaac H. Bailey.'' be disenthralled. Let me iraploro'you as other county funds. nominating convention ; t to
J. S ADAMS. EDITOR. do this. I a'member of the Con See. 6. That all laws and it WM Its
to was laws .
4 t: r -_- question is more than ordinarily Important -' live Committee in behalf and for the to the Republican State Convention of parts doubted
right to
vention that nominated General Finley.my in conflict herewith be and the same are oppose Mr. Wane
TO CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. as the people are to decide whether good of the party. We were told that New York, at its last session, viz : ( >ec9nd choice, .Bullock my first hereby repealed, and that this act take the best of its ability. When
r the
r a ,Items Suie.f Local Ah.Interest tommufiic*re Mlidied tinni from all part of the they will bo represented by men of the Boardfoond; it impossible 16 secore L:; We affirm our faith [n theRepubli! choice) who has always been.nky friend, effect and be in force from and after its of that convention was To

*1 ,especially educational on, social uhjecu and oTeenenJIntereM ?ndiu ; Cwrmpundcnu hhoulj maLe their leuen atMi justice.: ; it has made the declaration that give me the greatest satisfaction,tuTsee party organ was its imperatiT.
f* the 0 cw and circumMance will permit will permit a seU/uf/ scheming unprincipled even .attcndance "all'men The San Antonio Exprcts, commentIng duty to acquiesce in the
are created equal, a living elected the
him but almost
t r \SVe JUT not ruponuble for opinions cxpreued by our at their meeting* when regularly called not by sacrificing on the above infamous act, ajs. nntnU
uma>puu>knu. Rejected auuiiucripu can neither demagogue, possessed not a' truth; it haacrmhed rebellion, preserved State, and, leaving ns the prey of those 11)e idea that fined $5 and mous decision of that body, or
':. be returned preserved. Aixmy nivui contributlun single redeeming quality, to fill the for the transaction business of an indispensable the Union, and maintained the national cormorants and thieves that control mailers a man costs be cea* b>
L ,*ni nut lie noticed for a petty offense should be liable tn even, .an
places of honor and trust., %'hIcbshatl. nature ; and that the schools honor untarnished; it has put into the heru now. 1 am spoken to andivriUen involuntary servitude in the' field Republican exponent of
'of the froui.thelaek Constitution full and final guarantees of 'to, to ask to advise our sugar principles. DM i ii do so?
; itbePDuval county are suffering you the could
on cotton
REGULAR REPUBLICAN TICKET. plantation, only Not at all I Worse
human has conducted far
rights; it war, friends to take the course 1 rccommed by than
LL of ha\e arisen in the brain of exslaveholder. seiiinz
OR to ht preparation, legitimately devplving"upon an
county, Ing r geographical
For Member cfCwigre tM Pinrict, diplomacy, nnd. Government.on. scale! As to the other Congressional Districts, The the "livery'of the court of heaveD
punishment imposed
4& WM f. PORMAN. position and to her commanding the Superintendent, 'who has done as vast, and amid difficulties as grave, it would apply all the same, .'you'cannot to is an it serve the devil In," in to
attempt as inequitable arrayed
as ,
commercial interests.demand and should absolutely nothing for.the lasttsix we ks, as are to bo found in the history uf nations crr'ifynu desire, as I know you do, our is novel. We escape believe that lican lion's skin atopu

r FurMce.bcrbfCongrm. tdOtkirtct. tJO hive men of clear heads, sound'business while the schools, under a fyruier;resolution ; and its career has been marked good anil welfare: DEMOCRAT. held in servitude under thc'act no person -a very respectably
!) as a convict
>IAH T. WALLS. by wisdom, courage and truth. Like garment-it has ceased not to
I of the Board, are to bo opened on would have bray jcessantly j
qp habits, and respectable character, to' it has a right to testify in a
every successful organization not in the
1 .f1 .DUVALCOVNTVTZt..KET.- The Spirit of.the Democracy in-Texas. of law interest of the Democracy
the first of'November.- a
her at the Are been ; consequently
: represent capitol. : ,wholly free (rum .knavish parasites -
; Ik: for SCUMOT, lEih Senatorial Ditlrict. three sore-head soldiers of fortune who Under-fuch circumstances-: the question but it has purged itself of them as In our last Issue, we endeavored to might be held in virtual, .slavery, for and against the party to whiek ft

.! JOSEPH H, UCRK.EE. fast years Jby ft renewal of charges ,of attempted owed allegiance, by virtue
as theywere unmasked. The mission show of solid of'giving fc
,. constitute the bolters' ticket whetheran be importance a Republican'vote
possessed agent can appointed
Fur ilemlr of the Anscmbly, of the Republican party, however escape. It will] !be noted further sustenance and life. Ingratitude
I JOSE/ E. LEE. of these important qualifications P Does to do the necessary work of the Sujwiinlendent it nol'cbmpleted. "Its continued ascendency -, ori Tuesday next, on account that no provision is made for' the of. the basest U one

ALFRED GRANT. the of the (hat without it would: be good treatment of old into qualities of the kumi
not this community know that jelf- which1 he 'refuses nr neglects is vital, so long as' any citizen, danger persons str- heart.

: j: Republican State Central- Committee for nominated candidate for the Senate possesses to do, is as pertinent as it is important. while or black, is insecure Iii his personal incurred, the DemocracyV obtaining vitude. The one object (>f.the bulls toprmvide'
labor for the and ,In this connection
h and political rights. During us toils control of cheap planter we would not ..dothe1
S Florida. no more moral force than a wet' the.Legislature; .and,judging contractor."

i' ,WM. H.CLBASOK.Chairman. D. CAGAH. Secretary rag? Docs it know of any particularly A Hopeful Indication for Walls. > anti trials it false has'teen freedom'in suddenly opposed of the future by the past, we attempted Our correspondent, who has no reason Union as a prophet. 'an injastlce,
I. by a part to peace, It wilt be remembered that it
i. Iliram.1 District Potter, *3. H.Iibtrlcts.S. Harmon, valuable services rendered to the public The Union has at lust, fur th first lahac to (lie flag which bore the name to show, t lay> the Democratic'-ji} lalion tu lb other than an Impartial judge, that Mr. Walls annoanced

r t .a.' I. W.i Duller.p. ., .s 4. S. T. bay by either of the other candidates? Their time in three'months, appeared without but iiot '(Jjs fpiri bf Democracy, and in, this, State, since the war, that thy further writes' ,, "I do not fcefive w was going to have a convention
W 14. ,
1. m. nn>W shall a fair election id the colored that,day,andjso.it
i I -* 4. hmith Dawion, *6. ). W. Howell. noisy canvass has produced no evidence of its usual fulsome' .adulation of whicli iin llyi in' national convention, spiritandleeling thereby exhibited I0r get proved JTo1
I r .. : W. II. ttaiiiel. any counties of this State. :
J. 11. TannchiU. vuftsed Itself on all the vote was cast against him while
p ., : I: M, 2... Steam of.such services. wrong great wards the colored men, as evinced in every
18. Peter Junef Fit ley, Drew, Hart.or any other of the issues 'on 'which it had fought and been And jet the oppoMlton would have ns vote in the convention but
1' I: Samuel Rupert Chariet.Walker 9o.-. C W.J H.Alden LeCain. The canvass has, without sufficient' Democracy-whosa election-it-La been beaten.- the,public documents of Florida in 1865, believe that everything is altogether two were cast

f .. ..; 9-. Robert MeachamIVitni ,o.i.. W. H. Gleanon, cause, been one of considerable excite favoring In preference to.. thiit of II. Time sulminlstrsifon of President and by the- Democratic legislation' of lovely in the Southern States.If for him. This makes it Mr. W.'s convention
IV.II. Ekgan.I.
12. J T. Mafibee, any least in
.. ; .. W. r.rock. ment. But a good deal of it has: been ofthe Republican, and we are criticised as lal- Grant deserves, the hiirty approval of 1866, were such as to make a return of this is not peonage fn its won't possible at sentiment, as f 9
': Wra. It. Sean 3.M could well
t* E. L. V are. all baa'se desire. flat chimes
,E,. '. 'd penny-trumpet sort. Had there been tering in our support of VaI13,.becauso patriots. Its'foreigi policy the Democratic party to power, fall of form, because disguised under well r in the
.tt: cured pacific relations lth all'the Powers Union man he them.
,-", papLalKAN* CONGRESSIONAL' SECOND DISTRICT.tXECTJIVE COMMITTEE. two good tickets, regularir' nominated, every number of our p'ip'eY'does 'n'bt of the earth on conditions creditable danger to the peace of 'the State' and contrived! phi aseologyi what is it. Here submit this Wff
on hypothesis that
,I Ai a mailer of convenience to those wIshing to corroponj in the.Seld, eacb.coraposedof.raen.well; teem with the sort of monotonous eulogy alike toour senseof rtctitudo and our nenrly'fatal to the possible prosperity then.is crushing ,evidence of the .spirit is either Mr.Wall*

I : L with any member of llie Republican Executive ma'ched in 'desirable qualities, there with which the Union has beslobbered pride of country. Its Uomestio management the colored man. of Democracy in Texas,. and, should! a very rich man, or else delegates

: Committee of thIs Irtstricl,we append the list if that would have been reason in the excitement has effected a heat reduction Thiscunelusion entirely i "confirmed Republican, divisions replace them in are vey- 'cheap,fc> secure such aresult.
outside of the that
committee, with post-office addrewcs: every man. party holds 01 taxes, the paymert.Qf fifteen cent .* We don't before a word
per of
I A. Hon. f. R.ScorrthaIrnman.jackannvfle. ; but the absolute impossibility of it up. 'TnisVail'iignt'. "It fellows Vnat bf the national debt; a'sub&tanllal appreciation not, only 'by .the, indubitable evidence, politirai control, demonstrates the probubje allegation. In lb the

a1 :j,: Hon.Pntur A,WALTER A, KKICHT, Secretary Trcasurrr.JacUonville.Jacksonville.'! favorable .comparison between the regular that valuable paper has discovered that Government, becijrities. and a now published throughout the land, of character of their levislation.We a fair eanvestio'n +(Suwannee held ) county,

'c Hon E. C. lohmon, Lake City, Republican, ticket, and that so holA-. Finley cannot be elected and now is decided advance toward' specie pay innumerable--outrages* comlnittcd upon trmt .no courageous Democrat was and two delegates
4 Hon. H. S.harmon Gct.uekville, t ; hhc
t > i ,one w the other colored
; 4 f H jn- E. R. Chadwick. PalalU. ily heralded by the bolters, deprived anxious to prove that Walls] has no truer ments. The national debt'oa March 1, Republicans upon system, as a means, wilfconsider our quotations Demo ,were
,; Han. Wini Gibion, Ocala. 18C9, was 82.525,463.26001 July 1; sclectedaml sent uninstructed
; ; ; intimidation and
.. .,_ :., Hiin.JJenni* Eafan. Madinon. the canvass of the noble excitement so or more able advocate than a shuffling 1874, $2,143,088,211 16, slewing a decrease by" of keeping Republicans cratic legislation to. be Inflammatory. trammeled nn-
i I) M. Papy,St. Aiirustine.Sani'l to the intellect. It has from the polls but also by the startling For yet tlTey voted for Walk,
f l Petty Fcrnandina. grateful healthy paper that has busily defamed him for, in five years of $382',375,010,85. by their acts ye shall judge them. and thus well

John Aitlbondd. Mellenvflle! been an array of common sense f'fl the months. Dmbablv.i "all for his own In 18G9 the annual intevelt$ on the debt disclosures! and declarations of the"Dembcratic -' Do Republican' propose to reinstate represented their constir.
one side against 'a handful of1 noisy good," asa child is told when he is was 126,389.550; in 1874 ''it was $98- press, prematurely' elated' and'unusualy'ramjan't such legislators id 'power'In this State? nents, and we presume ft was so in
4 punished 790,004 44, showing, decrease in the other,countit-s. The. Union
The a and
Republican TicketDurkee those
blatherskites the the of the
on other, in which the l continually: Demo over news This is the question now in'issue.
; preferring rlbr'Jaa't
any yearly expenditures Iyect, of
,' Lt Grant, Leo, are they honest, latter have not hesitated to conjure up crat that could ba suggested tu him, and 27,594,645.56. In Mny- 1869, the recent elections. Thus, to select from -' thinking with it,, appear to overlook avery

faithful and capable? We are well all manner of lies calculated to work only keeping up a eufBcjent show of Treasury purchased its own bonds of the many, the,intention and purpose of the Even the Tribune Doubts.. important fact that the great majority

V aUIifltt'tI: with them. Can any man upon the prejudices of the less informed Republicanism to. ret.tiu its bold upon par value of$100 for the sinking fund at white man's party," in their recent op With all its monomania of gullibility of the Republiean party in Florida,

a*j truthfully anythin against their portion < f the colored] voters. The principal the official printing monopoly. We are the value rate of of the 82 same 72-100 bonds gold.in The September market pressions of and outrages upon Republicans to the specious,stories of any body that as in the rest of the Southern States, are

: chanuter as men or Republicans ? untruth on which the boilers have is sufficiently revealed in.tho recent colored, and because so,- it is but right
properly obliged for the kind supervision 1874. is 104 1-8, a rise of twentj-five and opposes! the Republican party, and its that '

: made capital is disposed of In a umma- of the Union, but cannot follow iU a half ier cnt. In March, 1869, gold declaration of the Mobile Jieyisler, ferocious disbelitTof sworn statements they should give direction to the

A Conundrum. in issue was at a premium thirty-two whose editor..is'' Democratic, candidate party,and H, as in the case of Mr. Walls,
ry way our to-day by Mr. Fair- Hue of supporting the party to which percent.; a by civil and military! officers of the United

:. What majority attained will transform baukx. Though differing from him in we belong. September The 1874, nine and a half per for Congress, where iUexultingly says: States, even when educated West they find a mau"worthy of their suffrage,
cent. appropriations of 1874 were"reduced
i and who
.: an incompetent and obstinate political principle Mr. Fa!
Superintendent into a capable Senator, in Capt. Durkee a man of proved that Walls could unite the levy taxation, in time of general embarrassment -, teas 1872., Many>tho-uunds trill-flinch the New' York Tribune, has occasional illustrating the principles of the party,

able assailed and he was prudently averted. before a united while column.'* it certainly is their province to prefer
t tu enact wise laws for the general ability unjustly acquits party, because, he did do Jt, as we said doubts of iiny ,exception from total .de-
1 good anti to advise him ofcoutf bribe : Men of any party, who can IieiCe'intlieusnsigniticaiice him to any one. else,, and, all worthy of
safely in regard to ,many groundless attacks he would. Since "the nomination: we : 'pravity in ,favor of the Democracy. ,Ina
; 11 the finance of ihe county? on his charactfi. The fact is Bolters Not Repeated by the ,Savan- 'pt ,'the murders of recent issue'it the honored name Republican, are in
have continually advocated the principles News felt'compelled to utter
-_ ._- this is a contest between.men of known nab Ivey and Billings'and a bundled others, little honor hound t.>yield him an undivided
editorial truth. It
.. ,. Ex-Official Sore-Heads ability and a trio whose aggregate value of Republicanism, and bavo given Some Gainesville correspondent of the in face, of declarations aud vaunts, like a says: and hearty support. 'But, urges the

tt : ; our support to Republican candidates, Savannah Xeics docs not seem to bold Temporary reverses have sobered the Union, he is but ah "
be the aboveand, of the conclusive fact "ignorant ,
: Look ovcrHhe ranks <>f the leaders in may very properly expressed as 0. the of'the Administration and
party taught
as only praciiearuieanTorT'arryingout bolters of Alachua
: : the bolting movement in Duval Therefore, every citizen who has the Republican county in that all the victims, iu ail the,States, belong its leaders to correct their errors..' It and not at all fitted to represent the com

c :i. 1 : and count the nunibcV, of men who county were good name and prosperity .of our city those principles. The Union' may; high regard ; neither is he at all enthusiastic -, to. the Republican party, must have can be said of it, indeed, that no party mercial metropolis, and in'effect says,

.. t :. gbd Uepublicans and county at. heart cannot fail to bee prefer its"own method of looking-one of the election 'ol Judge Finlej.Tio. a miraculous development,of the organ in the history of the .country was ever and by its, erratic course, urges,'that
to long as they were way and rowing the other, but we do ..Rontns ://had n proverb thata1t is so sensitive to'public opinion, none ever Gen.. the
: : retained in' office, but become disaf-- the necessity and propriety of voting credulity.. But, in addition to more Finley, cultivated, polished
not. However'if the. Union desires to sometimes well to obtain wisdom,by ob- so readily"obeyed the" helm or popular "
: : lectcd as-soon as substitution of for the ticket headed by"" Mr. Durkee. declarations! ; have, the actual, legislation sentiment as did the Republican gentleman,
any f' hedge, and will make affidavit of its intention Serving the mistakes .of our enemies party
) other equally good Is -_T and attempts at legislation of' the fur the fittwe1veyear8of1'exi3tnce.Whether If the matter of personal appearance,
men suggested. ,
that it
of .
now despairs Finley's VfrbSap.THE
"i Republican Success Means Peace. pemocfatic paity which show that when that record can be continued alone wtts at stake, instead of a deathless -.

r election, to put away its bolting propensities CANVASS IN FLORIDA-VITAL INTERESTS is an open question., On the other band, .which
political Mr.Walls
i.M in principle
having ihe'ability, they out
Monday Contl CtS. A of the work ..done'in carry
great point good
and resume.itsltepublicaniim, we INVOLVED IX TUB ISSUE. .effect of the mot trifling successes
):: The of the South' in the of reconciliation GAINESVILLE, FLA. Oct.25t their laws the animus of which such frequent the Democratic so well represents, we might possibly
hiring laboring men on Mbn- way wilf make no| objection; J WB 6uj>p6rtJT.'W & 1874. upon ,party, instead ,of
: lay ( A j Editor.Morning NewsVe are exhibitions are made.We steadjiu .theth with a sensVof vote for oiir personal and very much
( ncxf, under contracts that wilLre- and peace, Ilas.been utterly nullified by alls Because hels'tfcc on { responsibility. -
: r quire( absence from Ihe the faUe only legitimate the eve ot the host important election gave in the last 'Issue, samples ot has Jbecn' rather'' t<> 'set, them esteemed rriendV Judge Finley, (or le
f polls OR Tuesday, assumption Democracy Congressional exponent of Ilepublicau ever held in Florida, and it is of vital with the desire for spoifs'and intoxicated
crazy be ,
; Democratic might! llm best
I ; !legislation in Florida and pronounced looking
; hut will terminate soon therealter, needs of, the necessity.I f a"wbiteman's party.-" principles. importance 'thatjwe should iecurrthenext ; them with the hope of plunder!

: 4I careful attention from our friends. Ij in Many ot tlie LUMIIC S undertakings and Legislature, or at' least ,co'mbine ,ioy.wtj1iisk, attention ,to1aa, attempted There has'bWn no exception tn this rnle. man. M.1t i.", trvre jour only E/rotbert/ <

t: a dodge that has been played before, and promising enterprises that were \being Civil Rights. Speaker-Bfalne'..Speaks against the present rascally,, theiving enactment of the Dera cracy,In Texas, The unprejudiced observer of our politics whom' we fave as dearly f *rs .It.1sary is nece*-

is reported.to be fostered and the consummation 'S *" adiuiuistnitioh.: The1 next Legislature Below,will be found a copy which passed cannot help remarking that, in the sense ,for brother to,love brother. ,a can-
; on eve t
a Few
popular one % the indeeu
yith Republicans, r few of
wilt have the bond) .
question beiore them of being discreet,prudent, clear headed
: Democracy'about these and which would, and the House on e-29th ofAril last, receiving' did tein, thq place! ,o( Judge Finley,.we
days. directly largc'yhave any party can speak more directly to the and if tbu Steams lulniinistration is sustained the present dorainant party has invariably

. .promoted .the mateiiul development point lhanllon, JaiiH' G..Ulaine, antI ami his perjured toois of judges the -vote of every Democrat, shown iticlf soperiyf 'to i 1oppo- coule' nut.vote for Urn.

::4 : -' Prepared for_ Cither,Event of our own State, 'have been deferred when spe kingIie' is 'earnestness( Itself permitted to go .on we shall be irretre- and upon its second reading in the Senate nents. It.is a matter of regret that some Republicans

I viably 'saddled! with a ruinous debt. was postponed to the 'next session :_ arovallowing' .
: and ci nfideratlons
: It is said that u file of the ITnion for perhaps entirely exploded by so personified as to carry a conviction Moreover it has
It : hc labt tfiroe" the rumors of race difficulties the .talk! to apportion ,theState 'by a close vote.' A Colored Candidate InDetr ii. to govern them in preferring
} month beautifully to all of his:own faith in the truth he atVesh, and the present Radicsil'cbuhtieswjlLb

bound with J. J. Finley upon the cover about "wbilcrnan's parties" and the utters. 1naecqitspecIt intbe West, ,givenitwo more representatives, ; The following i is the 1extrof"the 'act Dr. S. C. Watson was nominated, at Judge" Finley.because he is polished and

pj In large gilt letters, and a packag.5 of bravado and threatening language. ofthe.Democratic discussing the Civil Rights Bill, he spoke (taken tronJ us elsewhere,) aud wu shall referred to : < the last.Republican Convention in ,De- w/U4in; pjreferencii W Mr. Walls. There

t affidavits that everjv employee i In the press. ot,the present: non4nterveptonpo1icy; 'p1 be for an indefinite time, reduced to theci.nlition'ibf..South An Act to provide for employment troit, Michigan a jcandjdate for city is accounting for people's tastes.

I : Union ofilce from the editors to the editorial :The jupinion now.;prevails,through tjie the Democracy as a declaration of with no.. prospect Carolina of, redempti.on and Mississippi bf misdemeanors prisoners and and convicts petty offenses.convicted.of< representative to the Legislature' ofllicjiigan In ouz." closing paragrai>b, we will

I. devil, with the exception of""theCol. North and West, that if after years of l' hands Off,'.', nd saidr / ; But we'have it in'our power to elect a majority : Section;1. lIe,it'enacted.by.the Lgis- :. Tbq Detroit,,papers speak award the mead of praise,to the Union

4.i: ." arc good Wall men are both inreaOlnts I reconstruction, the Democracy ar6 .unable ThIs means that the Federal Government of the Leqitlature ;, yet our f friends Ialurcptthe, State of Texas, that'when. of" .his nomination follows: in opposing tbat'notable.! 'upstart," the

are uiUltd,A* I'aui, ail vised, in various ever atjy'pefsbii is hereafter convicted"of : bolting" man, Mawbey in his
a..1 fur the contingent use of the to restrain their incredible hostility must not, interfere iinvwhere,,no Dfi SI .Ci-W.atsonilhe first c >lorefl
l'1. official matter how' great''an' ; paittb6State, and i.pI know to be a misdemeanor or"'any petty offence by Representative nominated in Michigan. ious to the .Senate. Jn .this at least
E-publlean organ of Democratic to the peaceful citizenship of colored a'huseim'ay'beheaped the case,here, to support,the nominees uitbriStearusiDennis anyVof the courts of this Stait ,'and' as a' *
.Was.called to the and
f. i candidates. upon] a citizen,, That is the doctrine platform spoke he Union,h consistent aaa party organ
They are temper parctus,, men then Democratic control must, faction of the Radical punishment therefor Ks'fo'bu imprisinedin brieflyi, Ile.said he.Was '
.4 "T rT L_.L_ -__; where it prevails, continue to drive all that doctrine"Ibere proclaimed everywhere and now;uml, and upon party" for the Legislature. they will ,the county jail qf any county, it'iliallbe his nomination and considered very.pryud it a' com- and. therefore i should, ,haveT due thanks

? :P. .A4 A Scatterinr- ; Vote is-a Democratic Vote capital arid all pcaeeble1 mi/ft' away'Tornt4i where, the Republican party takes.every issue, feat assist Walls to ]elect for General Flnleyor'tode- lawful for ihi .. presiding;Jjsttce..of) .. pliment not,,only to himself but ,to the DELTA*

r TliN and declares lbt.t a citizen of the United Congress. It makes less"difference Huchj jcounty.Jo/euinl.oy such o9zAvItta.to; L'lasj? with whom he had beer assiieiated". Live Oak; Oct. 2 187.1.

in a fact that needs continually of enterprise and 'business Suites, ol .high: or lo.w (degree. rich or here,'than elsewhere, for I labor upon ;pubic) buildings or*works lie uledged himself! blected,to 'work '
; to be brought ( the minds of freemen think they will defeated at point of the couiVtyi or6ik>n the p'nblic, jrotds.of '
; p capacity, to those who wish well to our' poor'black or white, native any for the best interests 'of'the1 State and
or adopted LAKE 1874.
...:.l ns they ap roacluhe ballot-box. Tallies I State and debire Its matcii-il prosperity must be protected by the Govetnmeiit of view.Is ThepljjeetoftheDennis-Stearns: ihe county, during the'wbole term"of; city. HP- thanked 'thtf Convention for ,. iprtT,:Oct..26,
faction; ttJ secure the Legislature for hisimpfisoninent'or thereof Editor yew :-Permit me through
: io this State and of Jim 'UnjtedStates aud any part ; the honor conferred upon him. His
are and the ; .whenever"
Cuiinty to nearly speedy deeopmez'ofitin'anSfold ;
the puVjioses mentioned '
and. also"eliet !
; to or.fiiaid Justice hl.-if.6ut
t divided thai .wherever the local uuthyfity is incompetent pre idlng' may rtniiirk :w'cru receive; l with, prolonged your columns to,wiiharaw.my natne'as
I no.hope .orpplitical power resources; 'It bcc6mesu very' sfcrlouscjinsiderationthatjuniult Stearns1 to thtf United States"SenaU such convict to labor either by private
or unwilling to1 protect him, and if ipplausi The CoP otibn.then adourned. an aspirant Congressional honors.,
: can attach to any third party.movement L -, Dennis to, be elected iyei ident cf or public [contract- responsible '
ijijisatis- ,
there be within Ih6 sound of my voice [ ,, IsU Bvcausel have been lib-,
the Senate. Wno'will then always a
succeed the vli will '
tinder whatever it. person! >> :Jiire, Mnandpmsyt1iu; : -
guise may COme faction, disorders of an adopted..citizen .of, Irish Qerman(
evcry1idnd.inust ; or
k tingGov'ernor Ktearus as Governor.So ni"iicst o ral! Dtmocrat-and the Conservative,,
; price lorsub services; proviu- The Official Criticized!
( descent let him Organ
Any vote given by a'1tcpubleatfl for infallibly attend the radical pot turn aside from the
any changes we lose both tttw Senator:and ed'that
tbose no eoriyiersha)!,bc, j&lrjed fpr? aless" Convention hat nominated. Cbaservkative
d bt this
but the regular Republican ticket adds which cannot butccompany a Democratic magnitude' 'questioif b'y saying, great all-importantmensUres I have'mentI l 'amount thati'flfty"cents per day.' ," Editor 2'ezo SouiKJL party paper is,
in' candidate discarded solemn titetment' .
:, ; *o much to- the utrcnglh uf-our opponents. vJctory: nthjUjSute, /Fledged as a tbc.caDtlangiiage.uftbeidayj mere nigger question. ;Gentle that!jtis ned'to secure member /'Congress. Sec.J21 Th7tttbe presiding' Justice1 i Is presumed to be .governed .by party in by >

I I .. .; JJi'! '" party is loan eutirb ignoring of thepblltica'l men, it goes to the very Toot and mar Tt advocates ol the conspiracy to ba'rf'ter also authorized;to'eroploy; in' like 'man- usage; such, a paper, is the, Florida! a
4't raway our' rights herej say that nertlmUabor! cf"cbnvicts, who :may'rnJ c cratrc partyjand struck Democracy' oat '
)bjhts.bf bClb row of the rights of eitizcnhp/vndiifn/! Uion.yetuch Juts notJbeeri, its. course '
: What is Iricisro ? a Majority 4 voters- /t the Conservative; party can get under Jlhe> 'ptene ''ofi imprisonment of their platrorm.! '. '
and I able
I jyi (for this is what a "whitcmnn's party"uwank'iritni lips you are to protect the Congress, the United State >viljprqtectus the non.paymen: of jfip impt sed 'by in the pending canjass. Sack conduct, ,

"So asks the Union not finding the, >ftn anything) the business of meanest f! the United the'pborvfet States s lowest'citizen ( against misrule. I d nyit in lob I any"c_, jurt. Vif, this .State,for. the ebnimisi4vir. -' 'so exceptional, has excited a verygreat 2Q. 'rc: nno, support any; one'w bo ap.
and < *
safety t ji '
$ WtI4 in Its pr>ckrt dictionary.' Well, mbn who atta"in.confidence niine your have all my life, been an active meiil- a msdenearior rpetty offense, degree of' cob mont particularly! W hen roves the' administratlbQ'of'Tersidien't" .
weie just beginning to uu.rnnjteeO Le suln "" '
ii. re-jUot niy !Ijerof the Dth'oratie I do for 1wbiei'thk cotntlh 'siahl GranC.
partyand receive J'\\ .
we will help it| cumprelu; nMor as ,well L mitTo'ou'great in'lhe administration "a tliere 'were and / / .
-' it Js an impoitAnt daotj thai anomaly not believe that it would interfere with creaitotl$1 tmany .special reasons '4 I %
!: as'wecan. An Iricisra Is, a1 paradot,, of justice. It Was but three per rfayfo"rea'efida'y.rs'wbrkioh why hiy -with Th.Unioippportipg General.Finleys
and State affairs party 'Its'pr'ei nt ownership
r peace quiet are unly o lj w> secured even when justified/; any-public buildings, 'roads or other
*n impofrblbiliry; a touK bj chocked ; rights they always public county .works, and.;w hen the fine ; 'prominent jrteristic

clothed In apparently"senfiiblolanguage." part:, and* hy4licf the mobbing;barmrousma% ) and; sacre in been.; 'The Sttarns-ljennis) faction of and all,costs iaro 'pidbybim, with! ,such ,, The, GoVernor or'tbfe'Stato; the Republican 'asWsils' and, '*has ,aa

I I It U.fttiBiuonly called Ma bull" and Ja I A Practical Question of Moment. gethei'-of fcixti.'ctf'!' fcolored! 'm'dn'abusjng.al-ire the the Raeical and party are of the, roost thieving !labo he shall'bji'! ,discharged from* imprisonmbnu State; ,frinler. 'and Repufilii-an'candidate much claim upon' the Republicans p1. '

()ftn Illustrated corrupt oi the carpet-bag ele- ,unless ,be, Is .held for some I General V'albI:
the.eurrent '
State of Tennesse. The suppo'be speaks'
press,, asin Government of j for the State Senate tEe,
.t'i district
'in the capital
: ,: :can a County'Bna7df'o Io'sructiooappoint { went 'South." only,equdlled 'by oth tTeris4 'priivfdtidtliat. is
the last Union but the United States if redress i Now If this bje doea'.
where no advisedly.
one, 'Col.1Mawbey was so,;why
nnr1 do a thosq in.Sputb; "CarcliDa. and are ,n6w; t h sy' fOr 'th6' Iab r'oVsIieb corJvlct an4 the Superintendent of Public
compensate an agent to Viven was about to, interferevTbe '
concedes t1 Durkee the closing, / as' in. -your Stale, the blrelipgsof'ithe An? pnbIkor'ksbV'tke1o ty. Instruction in' the Metropolitan district ie, not como oat in favor of General'
the work connected with the Democrntd s.ay,/"lm ritl* off. Yio'me
,, tpcech if fifteen minutes be given Maw- rule." U': down South, in the .State,.nfTtnnesce" fraudulent bondholders to the extclit'of the:pre8id"ingJusticorhall hire out'such of the,State, all positions of ,honoy and Jrant's administration; PrestdenlGrani-
_ hey to ropjy' in it.i > aitImInisttth'r.9 jJip public, schools, wVnt'to $4.OO0OQ0.wbhie! shall be Inflicted eun*tJ.either by priynteor publiccnn.' was'elected by'the'Republican party. I
( t.r > < they .Uboli| and inal- emolument its ,
are controllers
wjiiieb by law, deedVfs tJ'pOt the County with, in addition Ltheir misrule. tract to! owners '
They Jjersonw'hft
_ I _-- treat and maim mid hang these any will;j pav;the tinu iave seen'no indorsciii ntof thetrHewa
: negroes
( yCertainly have flat even the bonor H and all add for months
got4 costs aid.takesuch yet, Republicans
Superintendent w hvr tbat official Is'ilherT proverbial convjct.tolabotfor.theshortest '
4I ,
( they: rlght'tfrdcILl: "XPoutntifcl
| Mean lgot.t'
They Peace.
-nor no denial .Sp we are tb- be Jell :
amongst.th ye4.7i i
: Fjoley ICger period ot time have fceen substantial aid'and
: comfort
( ,
In:;piB adJrccs ''of ibo iboiis'ervatlre incompetent or.neglw-tful Now not| Intel tere. Tti-itis"home rule I the certifient election, whether elected Sec, '3. ;Any/ person ciinflried in JHJrpn' unmVjiisured I In the dark.And tli only so'lution,|

:'- Executive Committee of the and -td'4Iiugo : d pr kflefaI j me pn-.s m. rqyoujtwbat thjnis or'not ;,.fiir.tiM'ist> mean a ehnrgVbf batfu conituitted rulsde- given.burl enemies and ,i is. and
4 city the anomaly. If tbosu sixteen cblbrtdmeJi carpet-baggers a nnmerited candidate tno w,of to lake; he straiaht ut .
abuse of'our
duties 1 /pchsaiJbt6 1 like tlnewlfere "iutr'nd llr > | : I/or
cvuutf of Mobile, we find thei Allowing a ; ,the'sa/ry- bad been monopolizetiii mea'rifroripettjiloffeh8e( may htf employed him ,
: injured .and mobbed put through YOu respectfully,
t ing on of'the seliooW? 'ami Influence or patronage of the United j in! like manner'frow'tlie'rme% of ,Congress, 'in thIs district. When formally : ,, -
rather of them .
I significant paragraph t part murdered* they werv-,'on Slates;administration; aud if they; pan..-imprisonment until theltiniabl trialrand remonstrated with "by' :': -r -t :riios. T., LONG..
the soil thorpartyin
Would yotf put an end t misrule and jSurh was the question propounded to : of JJngl nd AhUfountry .wonld nt have a M. C. in their ring, would if iijxin.tria) such fh.nl!
wilue.ti9aii 1-0 have gpoeto warit : carJy exodu of Within1 ar lew ontf'iiK'theB
carpet-bag uf 'days' by M prefer wbrstf'rebelJ.nl'eH? JP their ted, he .shall '
? Ji5 jtid'fl(1 5S than 25
That r'so."i ; PLUMBINGA
[\ >f 'Now"; mark
p-r and scalawags) from ur boider ard in ibM 'yon,, way.. :1Iftvcy, t'ItabIe. lufor- etits n.br.'nioro 9f\the; Congressional.Executive' .
and think thaq'il'pe '
Vote.\he Democratic | county; we it wp would havtrgnne townr |o vindicate : ;' day :the i '- '' "y ', j /
4 aiit CusetvatIctick" mation on that.ecoVe, audit will serve presiding .mayLContract; Committee for its qourse, the publishers, ,;, ,
?. fchoulJ bo answered In ihe ..afDrniativf, Iho Tights of those m ni 'or If. on thtrotbeHTiandl ; provided ; ri '
1 (auill Walls right to adftlUidauitJ attendance ,;tbat oeforeytriar anrl:,conviction7 fao in 'a ,now .notable, "open letter,?' .claim *
for yoiirattenlldntothisf ,
: otherwise
This the crwilof Irreparable '
> is the woUcinen''* pg { : ) these sixteen colored In on.Cuiigress, as be madp Kibbi, person shall be held to labor without hi I the exclusive,right to.run their ast
men paper
- )_ Democracj It means, If,tbey succeed,p children and great disrepute ,{o lb4. Tt-nnebseejitwfully pursuing their business !- to the; within ten days'of 'the eipirAtiori'of consent.-, '-' ; "' > ', -; ;S" :- ,i tSeO.4.Ifanypersonwhols \ an exclusively private enterprise. ,1 an prepared to execute*work of every deicripooaH ,
whole Congri-CR to which he Xlblack
county 'result' from" obwlriiuy ( ) was hired
may that out
that mch In
measures of fcoc-lal nod. |>ecunlry State, hud been the'tubject* ibis1 i not'an \ the ati&Ctt rand respectfully *> -
r : elected,'arid by his pieudb frii'nds. under the provisions of thiact shall : U illustration hf that -"most man >ry man ,
4 inyompeteucy1of: a 'single of: Great Biltnin, and they bad been Injured escape
_ mtraclsm Is to be metfd but "
to school official. England would have called Your paper baa the most circulation, from the person to .WhOm lie h; atrik'ii1'ehtui'c, of' the periotf, cheek," licit Ut*patrooag*bf tlie public "i sJf' -
,4 Republicans as to drive them from the Upon an inquiry, stima- this and has, descrvedly/the influence hired, it shalt.be lawful, fbr ihe' Sheriff hOn .

- bounds of tlm State. Peaceful and quiet: laud by the proposition..of jio.tuilousja bav country'IIae tu had account to redress, for! it,the and we would and of!any,paper that. lrchtatQ inlie State, of! any county hi the State to 'capture we But it hgh'envutnot er seen one. Orders left at DOfiBTNi' GITK SH JP. or,iM.

:a n hurricane, bow question, we were informed that whatever right the grievance l Dt wrong and you can servo tbe, tbatlhuydopot ; > being'snuply
strange is
our at the time ,inquiry pressed that the
party same by he proprietors
has ventilating froni'whom eseiped.VwKen arf affidavit
been done in
preparing for the American. citze"n{ f American -
win universal pn 'woil/w ., ,
confidence How, tila nefarious 'J :' :
( or ill-advised, scheme i Ismaile
E I 'winter"schoi w in this county has been' have, Accordiug ta the Dtimocr&iic'dbc- by before any pi-rson authorized I are powerless to control the Concern, '
powerfully they coax the Introduction I visingthem.'nndef aH circnmstancer.! to administeroath that 'io-tf : ; wMCLARE.
', trifle of home rule," no right to inter such, person is having relinquished, their right thus to ,
acenmpliiued byvme'rabcrs of tho Board to vole -
:. 41f and ; against UieSiearnS'Dennis.horiii-i escaped convict Al the ) '
men capital. fere. Tb1s j is | labor done do '
&$&&.. __ -_n_-,-i_>M ,*fa ilone,' arid without any astUtance 'from as {IL stands now Democracy under the ,new.'iloctrino..gentlemen sees.** the most"dangerous and corrupt by any escaped convict shall ha forfeited Iqr a given period,,to. the present AMUEL pA1RIi4NKS, .'., '
Miwl *yVriieetiugfrbarsd4yf j wa a the: County Supc'rint'eudeLtrCoIuncl) p.hpnie ruje," as prvclaimedby the faction; the corinty, Votof, the opposjUoD -' to his emp1.yer ariT': 'ji6u1tl bbi captu editortnd ilfjhU-Jsrso'; is ;it.: notmpcnttiTeon'the S::ti? ; ii : '
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rrand j uictfS--for. Durkee.F *t c FMbey-wbom Gor. Stearns re most rwcitly-iftfjs |trveib| ( that party., never for the others.i''ItIs'oa1ae.fur i/ne-y-and mince hls.tennJofikibor brougLt'back.Jie shall continue recoin l-'and:>th.tM prpprietors>jreyeve themXelws sppubllcjyjstatf -.] i '

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i 9E : Y"EJI V1CKSONVILL! SATURDAY., O.TOBER 13.1874 ..., .,.-. ,,It"L. .(.

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Every registered voter : .
shuuM .
CITY NEWS. avail L spite of bad government what is i_. -
hope enterprise and prosperity. A majority
himself of bis NE\y-
privileges on the day. ofelection. r theretbatitcould' pay off oar present of the United States Senators were born ADVERTISEMENTS.JJ _' RAILROADS, ','Ii'; 7J FURNITURS .
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SATt'JDAV MORMNC.; OCTOBER 31 1874. Every vote counts, one way. debt and at the sntne time keep .the i in 'other States than those they repreMnt,' ;_- ::::

or another Vote for Durkee wheels of progress In motion P Buchan and in the House of Representatives UVAL LODGE F. & ;\ M.' ACKSONVILI.E, PENS COI.A' AND : ',, ., '- ., ,'. 'J.tA/ .z .:

: Administration was obliged to pay there are one hundred and forty-nine ,'Yquar MOBILE RAILROAD t0.Oa URNITURE:' WAREROOMS I

Great Southern Railroad I Mawbey, in speaking piece at tu'elveper cent.'for the use 6f borrowed natives( i. e., born in the States they Dt their Hall IItectiair ia IEnde'oiDIa.. dr.No..a F.IA.M. ''X: .
of tho Great National Hall on Thursday money to .meet the Pine streets Den coner 01 &' DJ and after SUNDAY. MAY ir..>.74. traIu| ----t :|
ne Board of Directors .evening,said ordinary expenses represent) and one hundred and forty- AU Dreftllial.DI ,% Po m. will rum BS follows: -.
Railroad will bold a meeting that "it was bis duty to be informed.by ot the Government. Now money is obtained one Don-natives. 'This is to be expected sally Invited aemben eo of Dblid.the order ia good'szaodJg Ih', hta- PASSENGER :- : '"" J"! t' ._ -

toathern at four-and-a-half and five percent of the Western States bat even the State By order of the W. M. TRAINS WEST (DAILY) FOR -'
school 1 board of their '
the 7th and me SAVANNAH RW
111 New York City on prox., ting to meet the extraol'dinary'.cxpt-n-' of New York ;bas one-third of its dele. to-ij-Sm jdll AND TALLAH .&EE. DAVIS & Jj

'I'm) probably reorganize a new Board. Election next Tuesday.. Vote for sed-a debt growing oul of a war in. gation the children'of other States. ''PROCLAMATION. .Ls.tJackioiiiiu-I. baJdwla.4'10.. p.., ':10 ,. x r- I' : v ufst'

work the road Durkee and the nugnmted by Buchanan'sDemocratic l VoSS -
After the meeting, upon straight Republican ticket ( Lak.UtJ7J0 -tujau. *;=->,arf'f -,

bo commenced. ns it embraces brains, true honesty .and I Administration."KOCK EVENING SCHOOL. S BY'THE MAYOrt.n .Arrive Leave&at-UveOak__$:so aid 1:30 .
W01 .. M ;.r.--n 6:10Arrive D PAI .oR. SUITS, 'ClIA fn rsti
-,-. merit. HIM Doww."-Democracy I win open an evening! school for younj'men,(Awhile) Ja'sotmUe.. FI :Oct.JO. .. MomlccUo._ ..... r.3O >, ',,'. '. I. .. jSq:
has' found it difficult to vote the negro ot residence Beaver Wrvet near Yi Dealers I. lpirftUOUlI hqiioi berctrllocificd TaUabusce-----.oO .. : .
Robbery.The ray on >&& Lam- arc thaI 'I' .. : -' ,' !'h
die sale 01 liquor 'QDillC ____. _- _,
-Six steamers loaded 'with passengers down, now It proposes to knock him butts'* store, on Pine streets. Monday even'.ng: Nov. ad. The proprietors of oa tile clay of elcctiOft Is k.bld4 at Chauaooch.____ 11:10 sxo p.' .; _.
house of S. B. Hubbard was robbed and i largo of, down.: Says the 2>tws the.Democraticorgan it //b.1. Baijonso.LIJY wID refrain from seDinc from places where liquors an sole : f -toii
cargoes freight left mJdniihrol
Westville aniiOnidni&ht
of plry and a watch, in all val- 101 i88.1 : diM 3d. TALLAHASSEE b
je Jacksonville ) FOR SAVANNAH .
for Palatka Persons ,
'and .
other BOOTS wrni YiOlatina this order will .J "
.Sbo the .upon ANt 'F'"f
week. Jones negrqhi place and make fun the COIIYMI1ozt be- ) JACKSONVILLE :
I : tied at ,500>, this) Mayor in the places on the river last Thursday.- him keep it.: If we can't vote him town A, K. PBHOTAL'stamp upon them. They'" are superior %,okcd Mayor., be liable 'to hate their licenses roo Le.. cbattaiiouchce_:;;:_.___ 6soan ..

, -U Immediately employed case -Peanut venders we can knock him 'down, and the result lo all others. __ t looitf\ PETER JONES, Ia'or. Cuincy___ lie: .
skilfully did he trace the thieves no longer eeem a will I be'the'S\IDe." Att W; Hl."aalSTTl.1cy, Ocrk. 'I 1'a11ahaaMe1:30 p. D Avth&RE\1F1
,nd go positive I BUY YOURSELF HOME. ll00ticcUo_'_.. .__ ut
necessity on '
Bay street. 4SO"
that before dark last night he had recovered The Just so We agree with this exponentof I A VILLA-SITB on St. John't river Is o erej fcr ac. .AT BUILDING. .4'a Madison....._ ... ...-_.-- 7:10' Parlor ; eaa..n .
late eclipse of the moon and Mawbey's Democracy; the' 'rt'sult111 be the. One of Live Oak .. <;lo a m and 9:10 Suits. eonel'Ot.Svits, :'
all the stolen property.The the nu-st desirable places in the vicinity of Jack LakcCltJ-ssq.mDOJ Parlet J .
-- political! as-pirations have driven themto sam Voting the negro down means, spnvUIe, containing sS acres About 8 acres ready foipisoting. -" AVd CHAPPELL.' 1a1d..ln____.'__-.9oo a and zii 1:40' a m Suite.. .BAY AND LAURA" STREETS' ,, Cha.JSuits.JACKSOMTIIU. ..,.

fields and pastures new. in the Democratic vocabulary t what For panicc.LIIS,apply at tlw countingrobinof ,BAY STREET,near tie Cable Crossing Arrive at Jacksonvilleioi a B and 4:15 Parlor -'- -ita
Salt .
Starlight. knocking him down means with thu .THE N.SOUTH. -' Fi*. 5N.4 .
,FLA. .
tI" The steamer Starlight 'bas again re- -Keno suppers, at Solary's hall, on' White Leagues. It is death to the necro tE V 't

old love-thebosom of tbe the top line, afford special inducements either way. To.vote him down 'meansto KENO tial and skiWul fescnpdon of Boat bunt In the most substan. (TueadaysT'bursday*and Saturdays. .) '. ," -,. '
tnrocd to her kill him the slow ; Oa the Cue. Free night manner. I will guarantee sathcti Leave Ta ahusee.IOI' a-. ,: -,.
to the youth or'the city to travel a, trifle by process of legal l top supper every at Salary'sBall )', -rri'le tSt. Marks-_,, _. ; -! 9

St. Johns-and will now make regular faster than the persecution, to make him the slave, and commencing Thursday,Oct. 19.*74. ito-a8tf / SAILBOATS AND YACHTSarc Leave St.Marts.. .-._,--_.>. 11:35|:$o P*> EXAMiNE OUR,LARGE. STOCK/. .

trips to Enterprise and Mellon yule, ordinary gait used in the legitimate prt y.ofthe white task-master, .uffictendy well known Arrive at Tallahassee .. .. ,:___" sa, '::".;. '
to ,
leafing we believe, on Thursdays and journey of lif to,rob him of all rIghts, and deny him TO RENT. t. to their owners a* to my skill as warrant a workman.me In. referring ,ROBERT WALKER- t ;;' '
We welcome back the Star -Photographic views of: the elegant the protection of the law, while knockIng Pleasant furnished rooms can be rented near the I have BOW'for sales new H. L.,. MAC't"Su RecdverandGcntSi&pt.. : .. i' .1.d
Mondays. him down shortens the work andmakes St. James Hotel Address Lock bos 7,P.O..sod.: S-* ..... ; ,4e'. tA .
light and her courteous officers, the market house at the foot of Ocean street the process of exterminationIn 28-FOOT. YACHT ; 1 Ml r ''lot.. _
Coxetters. This boat i is commodious, ought sell extensively amoung tour- sur-- r, THAT SODA FOUNTAIN' \ built with particular' reference to the St.Johns rf vet. A. G., & W. I.'T. CO.'S" RAILROAD 10&M't 101 . 101 Hi,. 5-f: 9-tf __

veil officered and a general favorite i&.. There is nothing of the kind to the palmy days of old Tammany, In'the. Fveerita clputore is admired. by.aU. 9-30 tfQARRIAGE I ,. FROM I 101 1 .f 'Bar St... 101 .;:h )1 .i.-.k,' .

the public. bu found at the North. I. this Democratic policy knockingdown ; ;!;.: 6-3t1' .' SHOP. 101 UACUOtfTlL..Z FLA. 101' .>,.1,: !..:: .',-"' ''I.>..
with ,. was quite popular in the city of New '. t... FERNANDINATOCEDAR. KEYS. t. .- 101 .. '-,_." ._ .i' ..
BEWARE 101 ) f
-The .
steamer Silver Springs Cup. York. The Sixth Ward better knownas t :. 'GEORGE.i. -- lOt ? '
The Election. E. Jone "the Men,Women and Chilien, Halt 1( : 4Ri&ht :.'" LEA, .COIITO SOVTM. COfNO KORTRf Ivl .T. lvi ." ; ...,fr ;j "
W. f, will leave for Middleburgon Bloody Sxith" carried off the ,. 101 101 .
"' Ltmt. .
honors in this about Lee andeome' In, -_. ; ; -- .CARRIAGE MAKER Femandina_.,... Arrrtn. 101 w HI .' 'lt I-- ,
Editor AVw South:-The present eJection Monday after tho arrival the line. It could vote down ? 4 5:36: am T-35ptll < '
of Wthout 101
City and knock down At Bucly't you find (ault, CalIahan._.._. ''.'7:35 101 .,d tl.t -
is of vital importance. The county Point. For freight and passage 'apply) ju rns the occasion re- All bean cdul quired. If Democracy needed _. .. ._ 010101010 D&D 0101018101 ,
ten JACKSONVILLE FioRIDA Ie .. \t w. '
: 9:30
should be voted for intelligently. the hU Great Soiitheri Bazaar,* i 9 jf 3:23
representatives to Captain on the,boat. thousand extra votes the Sixth -.-._ ij7 1:18 lOlooooooaoooooaaaoooocolOI '..
Bloody The most fasddiou*he'i sure t?please: Will biiild"In'5rt.si style, Carriages Gainesville..,. ._ lOloo DATIS&Duw OQI01 TA Y
I The Representative for -The Merchants Exchange in 1I0c '.s could supply I them to order. To objectto l Even the children atf cry Huzxat: ;. ; .' Light Wagons. Buggies an4 Archer..___ 3:10 1:50 p m jti 9149<> S 'IOlOIoooooooonoosoooooo.olOt] .i ''I !

Congress i is of great importance. Is it block has been opened by Mr.L. F. broken ballot-box bead. stuffing was to invite a, Co to Bu.ky't and carry your Vs, .Repairing',neatly doneL Come and see my work. Cedar Bronson Key-.-___._.6:30'.3:35 .6:30 9:04 Bm 101 101 lOloooo IQlooooouociooxmuoooooolOl FviutmniB: ooootBl: r". .

not of importance lor all tax payers, Annis of The police! were in sympathy for he keeps the bat stock Gent's,Furniihlog Goods ioi 3m. 101 lOlooo .WAJIHOVS.,ooolOl ,. )
and Worcester, Mass.: A fine stock with the ruffians and were the, To be found in *ur little city: r CONNECTIONS. 101 10)0000000000(0000000000101: /

merchants law ers professional has bcwn purchased and the billiard paid agents of Dcmociacy. The defeat; Coats Pants. Ve5, Hats and Shoes complete, WANTFJi.' f At FERNANDINA,w-th Steamer Cry Point from 101 101 IftOlOlOlOO&DroiOlOIOlOl 101 101' ,'IP*
men,to suspend active business for one tables put ij good condition. of Fernando Wood, mayor of the city At j. Huck/s Reeds Block. Bay streeU Charleston Dictator from and Charleston Savannah and,Monday at 4 a. m.;steamer 101 101 101 ", 10:'>.1 '.

day and attend the polls, showing their the.enti. ,r modelin (*f the,, police sys 10-28 tf A comfortable home will be given to a' middle q" aged I 4 a. m. With steamer Lime SaYaDDab"Tbun.lays Baker, from Savannah at .101 101 101 101 tf W
or 101
-CVxil nights. And now that the tern, were the fir"t blows of the honest elderly lady of undoubted respectability in a quiet Brunswick and St. Mary's, Mondays at 6 a.in for 101 101 101- .101Ml j-
in the instiw.: Q. neighborhood in Souh.Florida : 101 101 *.4 'ti
interest those
FOR in for points
RENT. return the in- on
season of I' gushing Iind cooing over ,voters. the ruffianism of Democracy. str ction, in primary branches of At BALDWIN at a. m. _101 'lot ....-101. .
-- .. gated A good store.located in the finest business Address two children. ,with J P &U. R.R.from Tack v i 10lt,4
The portion ; J. F. B., Pine 101 .
is imprisonment of Tw.,ed the Level Fla. tfW sonville al : m. Jacksonville 101 -
the 4:07 p. -
fond flight 10-7 .
Real Estate Purchase. on wane, paternal rel.ttives of his of the city of St. Augustine;"we3 adapted for any busi 4ILGAINESVILLkwith in-weekly at 9OS a-line 11&for '101 ., 101THE .. -tda .

of darling daughters arc bracing sagged confederates f were the closing ness. Best location in the ciiyl: Rent, f ao per month. ,ANTED. Tampa: with Itage line for NcwnansvOle stage Tuesdays 101 101 tOl '{.ltO:; -
triumphs .
that of land respectability ovcr'the and Fridays. 101
situated rutfians
We learn fifly acres Address James M. Byrne, St. Augustine'or' C. __
gates preparatory to the advent of and ballot-box suffers of Tammany At CEDAR KEYS,with steamers to and from Ne. IOI 101" "11I -
one half a mile from the city on Cooper Jacksonville.: 10-24110. A Orleans, every'' day.' WiJ from ,
lady graduate, steamer Key I
Spring. experienced in }
teaching and skilled I West -
Hall.The and Tamp .-iday from these .
place Thursdaya
the Jacksonville Pcnsacolaind
the lire If' Whiskey anti some other protecting arm of the State was CEDAR KEYS OYSTERS ia drawing and painting, derires a stuationlnplodda. With Steamer CoOl.from Tampa Sunday:for 'a.tgt:
Mobile Railroad, has been ncgotia young 6trcu'b d'ov'r I he nud Tampa, Mondays. With Steamcr.Wa..eaock,1iow -
city the knock -
At Fred. Bettclini's Restaurant! Bay street. Post-iffice Address. A. EWING Suwannee Fridays for Sowaanre FINEST it
l.idirs' of frail 1 character had a wrestleon down ceaseJiiid ; ,Tuesday AND BEST SELECTED'IN'THESOUTH. -.
ted lor. This land should have been ing policy ddici us nd '
Democracy,! Building. Fresh cooked In every'coni .9"12 tfj. iValatie l Columbia; D. E. MAXWELL. "
: owned by the Railroad: Company and the rtrcet last Thursday evening.The which had ruled for years through fraud ceivable style. Received daily.. 10-3131 County New Yorkw. 5' 3 Superintendent. : :71!;;;

"ladies" and violence received its .
were thrown. It death-blow. .
Cot. J. P- Sanderson: and Gen. M. S. was a "The :: t. COAN, ,+J-ji
:pitiable sight, those two drunken I Bloody Sixth" lost its terrurs; its GREAT EXCITEMENT I. .. ._ I
Liulefu-IJ ideavore l to this (
procure loafers beat a retreat j "oterspC'li're'd Over the political canvass, but greater over Rich'ssplendid J. HOLLAND. Parlor RICh .
tract, upon which to locale their shops women.W. at the polls, it is as assortment ofgrocnrlcs.! :ito-aitf ,"JUSTICE. OF. .THE PEACE J Sul .'. Suia. .]

but failed to lo "0. Twenty acres Imvt?: II. Elliott and wife, of NewCastle safe and orderly as any section ot the / ) 'AtD Hi r2YT ,! WATCHMAKER, AND Parlor SII tI.' and Chamier'j.
been pai'l for. Parties of unlimited I left on Tuesday evening for great So it metropolis.will NO RING! LOW PRICES HONESTY: NOTARY PUBLIC.1 .: JEWELER, Parlor Suits. SUBSTANTIAL.u 1J
ICftttheSOUthl I This .
knock .
Is the motto at Rich's : ; :t
Florida emporium. .
wealth have puroh.-isud this land and in- ,.hoping that the climate of that ing,.down J policy willbring down: upon lOon tf. "Office in SOLARYE'S BLOCK, .'. Corner Pine and Bay St*.,' ., Parlor Suits. .Chamber f,.

tfDd Luililing fine man iuii8 thereon region may benefit 1rs. Elliott's'health the'partt that practice.it the strbnff'arrn COUNTRY FIRMS PROMPTLY SUPPLIEDWith c Comer BAY and PINE ItreetsJacbony JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.. .. .' z. \, FURNITURE.- : '_#Su.t' .

wiling it the Fifth Avenue'section olthwn. They will probably remain: till May or of the law. The State may wink at it, the best Groceries in the Market by Wm. Rich. Je.Pta: J 1- .'-'I I 'f',i L
but the -: :- '
June.-Spiceland (Ind. nation will bid it cease, and for cash. .
) Reporter. jo-aitf J' /' . -
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stretch -
_ out its strong arm to protect all ATE New .Kf
wn S AN. MARBLE Jewelry, Clocks; Watches We are prepared to offer. stock'
citizens in the; free expression of their THE PARENTS : :at# .
Fire. A Lie Clinched. : Diamonds,Plated andS : I" remarkably low vV -. .
opinions the platform or by the bal Of all well regulated families purchase their groceries ol MANTELS price ir..a

Mr. Shtliias; Uguct did live on the Editor Few South:-My attention has I lot. Democracy has the right to vote Rich, Folk's Block Bay,street. 10.31 tf .'.GRATES AND Solid Gold and Silver L. ; .j ...f\ : --stii; '

Flsik Road: in I.a Yilta. lie does not been called to the fact that down its opponents if it can, but it must. ,. ,SENDER.' .-, ", .&C, Ware, etc. '. ., ,t. '. .1 '.t, .t'wi 3'11,1t

BOV. About oYJork ifterJoon. some parti- stop! this knockingdown policy or it will FAITH, HOPE'ANDCHARlTY< ; .> TtniCotiar\V Drain:Pipe'&c.; :: 'I:. > ."' -o----; : ( ;d'f :* ',
one Thursday : zans have stated and alleged that: }Ir. be treated as an outlaw by an indignant The last but not least is found by buying groceries I 10.14 im, .J. L BURCH. '. .

hill two story housn aud all it: J. II. Dmkee. as agent of 'the 'Fnedman's people. If the Democrats of the North .' Rich. 10-.I If' I IAUONDS, 'PEARLS AND {PRE. : D"A';" Vrs"'DR'jrM'; : ;: '

coDUIned, ex-t-n' t'. clothing would unite in LUMBER CIOUS STONES SET IN. ..,.;
was con. Bureau, had'by collusion sold I condemning the outrages I DEPOT YARD. FINE GOLD. ,
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mwetll by the ire fii-tiil. The ignition and transferred to me certain committed in their name at the South TO THE VOTERS OF DUVAL- COUNTY.. '' r *. ;. ;uu
provision ., .
the White League ruffians would cease I would most respectfully announce myself II' snip. CONTRACTORS -. DEALEXS IN j-_ "
AND : -
originated nurture in the liack BUILDERS _
a appropriated to the colored peoplu by r their brutal work. If they encourage dependent Republican candidate tot th'General Assembly .- ,- -. -.- IaitiatLt1ers 0 -- ., .{

portion of the cooking Fotll'rhe: the Freedman'a Bureau. I here say and I tht'ID.by siIeneeor" urge tliem on by ex of Duval county. .'' ; :.' WILL mo A -- Fan'' Engraving, Monograms-done in "'.- All. kinds .ofv FURNITURE. CARPETS'{ ,

building WaS insured for one thousand affirm that I never! fcittier directly or indirectly pressionsfsympathy;', they need notbe Respectfully,&c -, FULL ASSORTMENT OF : an artistic manner., ., MATTRESSES.' WHITE PINE. WALNUTandCEIARLUMBERet '- ;'";*- -.----.

dollirs. Mr. K'-lly, father of Sirs.Cpuet surprised to find that a common grave ,JOHN. T- .' r .. ;- c. < ;
purchased or received 'J. ; : 1 ?;
any of political oblivion will be ,O. 6, 2874. EDJeARDS. DRESSED AND UNDRESSED ;
the of LUM BER .
wag fcvi'icly' injured while 'en.deAvori'ng goods CaptlDurkc t win add! that t Deniocracr both'Ni)11 b'and South. 7' J J / MOULDINGS /AND SAWED -, Standard time J. : '. 'JACKSONVILLE FLA? .T, ''*? .;

to extinguish the flames. so far as moh'scr"atiull extended and I '-. ", A MILL. PINE SHINGLES, "" '' by.Chronome-' tl1

The family are now homeless and almost I: and critical Well located on the banks ol the St.J bP river and tel ..rated'Jby; Transit ." .' -'., '. l," i''M
was am I, have. found. Capt.! Republicanism Means ,PeacQ and Liberty McCoy's creek,to be 1 to responsible parties by CHEAP' FOR. CASH AT j ;' observations.. usic, HAS CHARMS i :; j 'If. '
destitute of this world's .
goods. Durkee his to all. with
official duties Political :
exercising Equal Rights I the month year or to panics desiring to saw by the THE DEPOT LUMBER ". .. ,.l iio .
.. to Every American Citizen. YARD. j
without favor or prejudice. In the thousand. Apply at the ;, '
Lumber delivered : : .. ,
all'parts : 'riyt t tiL'i.
cube :71.
Its'creed'has: and
Personal.C. nature of things I am politically opposed I l been'well announced in L ClKCITATtNO Ljatay.'j,4 .'" and at landings on the river, at low city rates vicinity All or, t AGENT ro,CoI1JtVOl.THB CBLBSRATBO Bosst.AMD .,.'. j. ..,. .,',,',; H II
L. It.'iQ"I, has returne.1 to Jaofe. to him, but I am glad to say that; as to few words by a extemporary, as follows :: ICE CREAM% L 1. .receive, 'prompt. attention.:: '? LOUIS J. BRUSH ,. h ., ', t. -, '. ., .. ,P'R.CE: .RDUCEDO$

shnrille, aft'r HU extended and and : ,OUK pLITIC. rcCR D.-Webelieve 7.ellnn1,March. 6 1874. i' foot r _
I .
pleasanttrip capacity integrity believe him to civil and That acknowledge to b superior to any ever to b atw :!:. .''J ... H'IU..1f.'J:
in .
through the North. I be capable and vote for whom religious'liberty; the rightto h in this city previously is to i obtained at,the: '. ', '" MISCELLANEOUS'CARD. !. < I-- .-, .' ,- -" : i-ow .
Maj.[ F. E. Little honest.SAM. we. please without interference Tempera Heading Room at L" vrita. THE REPUBLIC. ,-i.- THE' ,
left for New York on I FAIRBANKS. from our neighbors; the right 613t; _A_ n" '' BEST IN THE >WORLD:

the steamer Dictator this morning. JJ. .. I1 I 1 to travel or.reside. in any State without ", .- A FIRST CLASS }MORNING NEWSPAPER. A- .' -, I.' .' ., ii U': tJ.JlI1 '

Judge R. B. Van Valkenburg and fam- Republican Mass Meeting at Enterprise, danger to life*, limb, or 'property J' the domestic and CIGAR of their.own manufacture Published 1 in the'Bennett Building,Nassau and Fulton ".j.. : '... ,.. -. .., .:. /' i4'io1 -# -
flj.hare Volusia County, Florida.< right lo.enjoy: everjr. public' advantage I : streets,*New York. NICE :'
a article and lower
life at at a price .
up collage May- b b-e .
that tends to the I .. ._', ,. .
improvement of I ; h. 'II : L-
man i.\J : : : .: ". '
port and arrived here The Republicans met at Enterprise. in than any other Plac iu the-city, at Cato&C'l L a. TERMS:. To our Exchanges Publishers,and Printers" alL" t ;: -' ; : r'r
kind the '
yesterday. ," t'
make _
; right>! to ourselves nil I a
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Mr. obedience Ip J"wi" : .13t1' |3 per year. by mail; 18 cent per week; by Carrier ; :::' .I-f .s. ,1 .' .; ., i--- ': -.J :: ''
C. to previous call : --'
'r' ..B.,Benedict, Mrs.J. D.Mitchel a on the even* that self-development can secure; the /i '_ L r r- ,. .. 3 cents per copr. v ,. VVtlTHE ,. ) .' : .7 Jf :... .. ,. <.
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I III wmnie W. Uradljury, and VOl.I ing ol the 19th of October' inst."and 1 right to enjoy free-opinion.-lree speech- VICHY AND KISSENGEN. --- I j 'THE ANSONIIARDY': ; .
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I IL Gray arrived here on tho tteanier were railed to order by Judge Price, schools. and a free ballot- In-.-. a-. word.-. -. Many on rising in the morning complain I headache '- r REPUBLIC ; -'It .1) t, .. *.Ir I ., ." I Ia Ij 35 : 0 "," p t.J t.-" 0.:
believe that : ; .. ,;' .. .
} we all men, rich "or poor; o feeling stupid. A glass eriKissengen v Contains .i I .
iHcUtor, last Thursday ; Air. A. T. llev. Samuel Jackson was elected chairman great or small, Strong or weak-,-should from"Tuts'. Mammoth"untn ofVcy L Favorita cal .1 :V4 ..'LatesiImprove4,. ." : : 1'; .. .:":'." i' d. ', "j .'tLj4t "'Stl'4hft.t4 .

Styles of Burlington, Vt. arrired last; and Butler Williams chosen secretary hftvo" equal"protection under t |tieaws| ol f such un.leasant sensations. 61Jlf .. 'ALL' IIP- ,1': NEWS i. OK THE DAY. PAPER AND. CARD GUTTERS: ., ..' e t...> '4 OF, Till-.1 CUUKATKO-. ?. ; ,..",, -rrt.a; t ,*' ,

Wednesday; Ch s. Fridenberg, City r lion J. W. Menard, bf'IJuval the land, anil unteqittllrigbl( to grow in 1 Being complete in all its'departments, and furnishes SHONjJr/GER' '. -

Treasurer arrived hone this week not t county then addressed, the meeting; their individuality; to the highest suture OUR ENTERPRISING prompt, and. ample reports of, I Lay resuinec ths manuikcturc and sale of'these ,; j-. i' ;.' .. .< ,!c:.;ORONS,,3', "."N s1 [
ofrnanhood'thttitis- possible for them Friends Messrs. Gate 4t'Co."h'ave no ci'lY.lNTELUGEtCCE: Machines,with which my name has been so long identified ,
much emaciated by his Northern trip. showing that he county was indebted to attain: ; This; Is our-political creed,, expense in introducing-the hanmc eemin&trlpred loa fntail ,and so extensively circulated for the'past fifteen 'I,If' Ii.U' s;. 'r'L ""I.kt '

-_- to tbegreatt\ llepuoilcan partj for the and for this reason we favjr the llcpub- ever ict up'in this city.' It i* dmlr by everyone and; FOREIGNANDDOMESTiCMARKETANDPOLITICAL' { years; and all Matkiittt fay manufaciurt wilktrtAltr I ._<_ _._ ..: :'--3tT -

In Short. prosperity and welfare. that .I prevail.lie lican party'ns the only one that1 can permit the soda from it is pronounced by all the ladies to be AND GENERAL EVENTS ie marked**'itnm n,my ilhutrtttd'circular -;- 'b"tir." .

-\o us u>:enjoy it" the best. .: IN ALL.QUARTERS, ,with mf easer amJaJdrtit, ,in ttf&iit ..r.
liijaor to be sold on election I made one of his soul-iUiTiog) efforts, ; } : Q The best'musical talent 'of the'country r dl.l T

ca,. See Major' proclamation. during which great enthusiasm was In further illustration' "quote from BUILDERS AND Ocean Through Cable its Special. Correspondents,by Telegraph and My latest Improved:Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER these Organs./ The nicest' and'best.-More*for',:"
-Read 111' Chappell', advertisement, evinced by.the audience.( )Alter which, the. speech of. ,n rAnd Louisina. '. Republican. will nod a complete assbnment of lumber;d I t r Special care:will'be taken 1. to HJ render: the patent knives nioveable and squaring cutting board board,,still,two holds all-steel its position tenv.pered .. money,-'.and. 'gives 'better satisfaction" than 'any.octer .

Then Ia a bargain far some one. B. W Brown, of New Smyrna was who ys; \. and Lumber undressed Yard.,'mouldings Orders to',be'delivered sincle.! etc.a't,i at the Dt Bureaus at,. .Republican. .. as the FAVOBITB Pun CtrrrM AMOMQPMNTuts -n-._ .Tbeyactht' .,' .1 J ,
-1r. L. what ,is true Louisiana' is true .and the best machine in the market for the. :
C. Emery and wife nominated .as a candidate'to i I the WASHINGTON AND ALBANY .low
represent RIverreceiveespeclilattention.Address ,
ore en- of n( oilier price charged for it.- JturrJa'C'mrTtI! 'Ori ;slra 'and Qjfr1I '
foute ( ary, everf .Southern State ,
fctlhiicitj.M I Volusia county in the' next General Asbembly. ; -' *H : LOOTS J. B USM. Complete, interesting and thoroughly reliable.-{ t." i ? '
nnd .I do- not hesitate to msfllrzn.as my f pu tattif'Jmfnfttt HrJy Cart Cuitto b pro.notMtced ', .'f. ;I. 1i -
wbeyg| an inflttioniit earnest conviction'that. ; I:-, 'TINANCIAT. NEWS S :, f' --.IT. "
J blown will
I we' -irfO\V. ih* MOST>p a>.&t Cain CVTTX.the .JI. "'a: Ml

lip by tU own money and gas. .: The following gentlemen' 'were.elected: from'bad to.w eunl6i'lhe North increase4 JACKSONVILLE Corrected RETAIL% MAREI *,T* Socrt as the transactions of the S lock Exchange,Money market,for the generalises of a printing office :_ 'f Dlnstrated'Catalogues sent hy mail'postpaid to aaytrpc "I/r
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-E. B. its licpublican"'majorities Veel' Market. Banking. Insurance and other interests thai .f \ -'. f" ..,
at each "
Brown's aii fot ll-l_ 'RtigfU Card' with .
a County Cutter t.
I dramatical .troupe Exe.cutJCc. ., .for come under this important head,will be made full and ,my .addrcu. application tj '.') l
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.w be election until these people are convinced r" coinpicte.1 "" latest improvements j in stilt ) .. .
here$n Q'C'mbcr the ensuing two years.viz: John lie- Venison, *> A T preferred by many printen : ;: ;"I 'riH:
next.ew that there is no hop of.the prl-f- IS. ';! : ; and holds its : ,,B.SHONINCER&cO
Democracy Chickens, -. ..', 5 7* favoritism over other machines. .. ,.
! Aces Kinney Butler Williams Albert, Suber .. LITERARY INTELLIGENCE LtND VIEWS, '" .wf
greet us on every street iigain getting control l of, lhe; :Gen ral VdckcbaffgrIwe.PcTPsfr- .& For Jm and prices illustrated circulars. .
l' corner. Strangers John Allen, Henry Trobirar. B. Freeman I Government; for as long as they think Turkey*,each,ifew.in. t marketfl. 0 G I 50 Criticisms on Music,the Drama Painting&c.,win be NcwHavcn. ua.A"IIA'II
are coming Into the. them is a' ghost'Of'rhuice for Dem- Turkey WOd sma.each-.: ... i-_ I S I 7J regularly given,impartially prepared by practiced pens. Shipped. direct'from the factory, to. any. .parr. _,of.the ,- ',' '
'and' Turkeys '
: Isaac D. Parkinson. ( I r '
CIl.TT9idy. \ FOR
The'me'tingwa 0 SALK OR .
county ., .
, ocratiu just r.r"C rarh.ji, ._. >t"'__ '. -_: 1O v **, :THE, > )1. / i
! supremacy no long will they EDrORIAL.DEPARTMbNT4While -_' .
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Y -ceo. M. then, addressed by K Wnulstien, ; v .v.,t \ 'n.' J I Orders*solicited, and can be filled by return malt ,
I Smith bug the delusive: hope the "
will of'depriving distinctly the
be recognizing .v
soon hi political principles of '
, .. on John .Montth and few Word the Mullet per Mrlng_._.. __' _.' 0 and Address, .- QT EL'AMDORANGE.GRdVB0?
1 y to Florida with a by colored! of, his rights and 15 rendering an earnest and consistent support to the .
man possibly '
bis Shtephead. ; .. ......,, ', .H l
banjo under hi. per tring ; ; ao@ 'S Republican party wit).with assistants and ANSON ?*
' & chairman.' Great..tmihusiaura was nan- of being paid 'for 'thvir former da ves; Han., eachM. ......-.-.... sj @ SO contributor, take lh*more general competent line o{ journalistic -HARDY' ,, I .v;. .

tteeted for Josiah T..Walls I ,and a groan I for I have seen ia two or three Southern \ ('lIr .1 '. \/ ,; duty that belongs.' to' a'complete newspaper.' i. .cotemC, ': .. ... ., -. .' FOR ..SALE1 OR'RENT/: i ,I L."*(

75 Mr' Bra n Dg'fi notice of evenIng wr two for Spencer." ., f'. -:-. ,. papers notices to the Southern people to Bacon.cR.rrt-5: '11... --r 11of < IS @, 10 r ddrcu'. -1, .., ', We will i.nt for th._season or sell an easy tencs, -tTttZALA
ICOOuI v keep correct accounts of' their slaves Bc(.mess,per Ib-i.- -i 1 100: is \ 'THE REPUB. C. ., ; > v\t .
eoJ1I1II1I.c.'didatea n the It'al. Advertising 'The'meeting then adjourned tine die. with bill of sale. &c. ,. Beef Fulton market. per lb-....._..-., 16 & 18 iOoIl '- New York Cry.W HE HEAVENS AND.THE.EARTH'TRIBUNE CHACO or'ORANGE MOUSE; !
; Muiu.(scarce) erlDiw,_ IS ".16 I.. : : :
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.0 .SAMUEL JACKSON, Of Uhe Democracy even the New York HorkVper lb--. J.J-i.--.- "14 & i6' '., : 4e ,. .. .' .- .. Neaz'.MeuonvifleOrange Co.j1 (J '
Ham.per lb__ _____. J6@ ,110 'H. SHERMAN, .
for official honors, walk BUTLER \VILLIAMS,, Chairman Tribune says: Shoulders per lb_____ II @ J23 !, ,' ,. WITH THE TAUt.ORANGE:'GROVK AND ** "

; II 1gerly *tore the public unlU.d: .kk-v.t

0er. It U- regard ovl. -
will AND ' '
Dot do tQ lose a >vote October/elections as indicating revival Whtu'l.JIC.blIO. @13 : (Now Ready)' TIllS PROPERTY MOST EUGlBi., .
Pertinent to the SO rf t -And lOw baa Occasion. of the Bourbon Democracy The Extra .ed.per bbl"51 Iio .. .., .. ., LOCATED "* *
1 miles from the'Steam.
people -
arrived : : 4 CON WINS LECTURES ON ,
eca o1'of Suptrnne, bbl.:_. : j
the @ s .
..feu r, "hI''va Wb select from our exchanges certain have not.made.up their minds tor refctore per .... 7 COR. LAURA AND CHURCH STREETS. '" boat Landing Lake Monroe. 1 "J *
Corn ;-.-_3 IS @ J 80, ., . IT. :
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normlng (UC.solemn ; 'V' '; 'I.I < )
or fluty to .UI u A : i iPJ )
elhnn the extracts that are hot out ol{season i power orgaoizauoo-wUoge M"F--d "J.I J .S .r i -I l'c4: '- ,. MR. RICHARD A..PROCTOR..t M 1k>
nr luscious peanut. 'last President wu Buchanan. and\ whose WT.' ,', I I DAVIS &.DREWS' .% '-. -,, FOR'INVALIDS THE CLIMATE.CANNOT.BE lo
-1r, Jack Frost How IT ,>VOBJC8.-.Some, time .ago a lust statesman was Tweed. .hateclanged p.e-.. .., -.c-:.. r "'.36 ryt ...xz.:3rn''S: Jacbonvflle F1a. '.", r.'riissvte. I c"- ." ',,:-:"" .' '; SURPASSED-while no pan of Florida rombicseominyadvantagestothcgrowa .- -
Autom'a: COmIC t German came fn m fatber-Jand to Cincinnati Limes doi ._- .. ;. 'J < ,' ", '.""! ; >?' II.TiiB SUM'S PatoLT'oP.J ., \ :i i11"
their per ;- & it .
I CUne tlear paying this with $10,000 to fnte,& On the platforms time after time Lemons;per...,_;;-i. _' 50 &. 70 .. }M4ISO-;; t ill COMITS Alto Mrrioas' i -1- :,: ,ot TRUl'ICAL"I'R\1I'I. ,': .'JTibI
I the 1m of the city alsft; with, reckless, inconsistency, and yet, Baoana acb... .; ..;:-.- j '& :; 5, : &,; 'T' IV..TH. Mooir. .' I ,
\\'eek. adv'ioo of its hanker be purchased some ( ROI3ERSON : : ; : V. WOKDERS OF THB STAB DBTTHS. *
with an amazing misapprehension A f .'., It tux Kid before th.FIRST MONDAY yt WR.&llIe&t. "
Government lie has drawn his ,
:: tread of the bonds, I public, sentiment; and ,as Ifto add the Cora,per fthel ; l' :I I' @ 3 'Have opened a first-class" j. ,the property will oa that day be offered M pubU*' .
;' J1II1eriD tumble bug nd tho interest ,on them regularly, and wa last touch' to the the Oats. per bushel .". ..' .... -. so @ i I.JD I ,' ',' The Extra also containlectiires delivered al the An- .sale to the highest bidder. -- Apply to .. ..
: feet of tho portrait, n iatnla .' ,.. derson School on. Ptniltese. Island. but never before pub FLEMING &
( SHAVING 'SALOON/ ; .. : DANIELittorneyi. ,
!., dIflhInIgiibg j01ly cockroach. U pleased with this investment. Last: Democratic Convention chooses this men il.' .< .2'corner ished. V ,_" r.

I 'u' the approach of' cool Wednesday he called on hit' banker* to tuent to reiterate'tbe'heresiea exploded Salt,per sack __-,__.__' I 10 @ I' 'of Bay and'Pine streets;where all the'mbdem By PROF. LOUIS"'AGASSIZl! -'' : / "
1reatloq. Butter lkCheoe. __..- .' JacheoaD7tcrI0Oei.irra1.
l direct the bonds to'be' iold:, What It j per "; 35 4- 40 .
fix year ago, and solemnly,avow,itselfin .'per lb......'..'..J.., all @' Si1.aikj appliances used by the best saloons In the-'COW1b'fcan' I. FIRST LBbSoirs ,tI 'J QjTi
I . all hourt TO THB AirowLSoa SCHOOL. '
also '
the trouble ," asked"Why do .. tound.; 1Tj y. fareajj at, :: ,
-J'1'he was you : iS "
fat'orof: bankruptcy : and -* "- II. TUB AaT tJP TEACHING. ,
stars repudiation. r.i t. 'I : "', ,,, ..
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"ere'al1'out Eggs,( doC.__. "' 'I )
sell them ?" replycamo quickly: ; per "Nt 40' : III. THB BIST BOOKS TO STUVT. -
airht 011turday / So true J it is iiOtA? : COLD n; 1S. SA
ill that
honor of the "Idont like'these Democratic vicioriee. proscription. ; this Potatoes-Irish;per builielJ._., ".. so'tS JOG .IV. CtAiwyjCATiox ne.N*rvs.u. HMSTOBTJ F.p. R. L" :f 'rO't'
Inellt moon' engage. wretched party learn. nothing"..fromprosperity Sweet __._.'1'00 @ ,'*6 \ 1. V. GtAdAt HlSTOBT O.'TJB CoirnifBNT .
ba -hleb she completely I: am afraid of them. They :>lk. too i or defeat. Obstinate In 6pi. On sCr.r." "' I J 10 .,n NetS:"enti'tling the'bearer'w cutting eight; :ves'for sale -, VI. NOTABLB Woaus ea* VARIOUS TOPICS. v-ER.Y' .t-HE'. A (J'Y'
dipseU ud slumpooing
forSi4.cighi YCI.llalr
herae1t.- I much :" no *bonds were Dat. 'avTj4' "' ,' ... j:') ,'i -' J. '
y Grahic. repudiation position ,!rccklec('andwroug.tiadedr1nsub ; $5.34,,,, r 9-1 :The. Proctor-Agassis. Extra takes the number and i ':
: sold. With the proceed; n draft WM of temporary success it has Peaches, per.._........ IS 0. ; .t I. I place ia 1HB TKIBUHB :xin Series of the '"Creditttabilier TArtl'.sinaOFtViu.sear.Llacuj1i.tit tj-,
rriu1nlh et\ts.\ Uackbemes, per Ib--: 30 5 '35 Extra and will hereafter be substituted .
tttDPIara Lodge of the colored Good bought on Hamburg. and>he money J if. already, forgottenJim fairvpromiseiwf; Uimuus. __._-_ I' @ ,16" LOUlSEMILE MOURG.EON, that ia the "Library for One Dollar" odes otherwise for ONE*OH, TEN ACRES. -"ff'fr-L

of'004 are AfI'ect.ing a vast amount on its way back to the old country. 1871 and 1872, and bas.made no other 1 .m:, .,' .1t1JiIDIURS.\ '. ordered. .':,po rpaid,to.any addrtsi the Ualted Cleared Jan< mo otnertopfovementJ, : >, =. ,'. ilL j
and dC8f.rro : I This is one of the fruits of the Democratic of' Its victories' Vood"lIillecord1'7S; @ .00 ," From paVB; France Tately Fore*""ohhe StBte States. ,10 cents;twenty copies to one address,' .. "
use jew petiy. than .' ( !
; ; tq __ Island Dyeing esubUkhment) :. OF-TWENT'11ACtES.* "I & a-1
encoumgclDcnt _.. _
"lctOry"rcr' which the W rld, Is convince tbo that Wo4.aaweif.pcycoM S SO ('S 75 4a-The"Sede*bf4"TMBnrB Extras no*publfch- '
tttfJ'body.1fr. old ben. country it 9ughtnever, hay Northern,per cwt -J. r r>. ',5 41.a 73 AND'SCOURIXGESTABilSH. ed by mall to any address the United totes for One About fifteen acres la euWv:ties, SOC pap 'voes'n4halt !
U. cackling with tlieenseof, an to win. another.. .?. /j. Coal' per..._' ___'_;o oo @ia oo NEW' DYEING' ; JolUr .-Circulars giving detail.of Tits TBIBVNB Extras trees iaadcrdrained; clay,. 'subsoil. ; onepacesforgardeniinr afu... bea .
A., PaUison. )hu been TURK LID Now.-Who bi forgotten j.ybp ';.flor'da,per&al :... .V-:T 75 10' ". "I tEt i : fieej .Addre*, THB TUBUKB.N..y ori.- t, ..(.f tjt.t;
ap.ointed > is not a'carpet-baggerP.. Iloney.strained.pergjl. .. and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, .
/Arpxchange n10 w t co'itiiuw Ladies TWENTY' A'
Nota.ry. PUbllc-titeCCifcd bit the conditluuofthel'reSUuY when the I per Ib..:.-.:.,,.;..-: '.-.r.--- '10 1. Ii .J, LaceCunaIDI. ;. ., ; .. ,Q-Now'l It di*'time to subscribe for'TH.WMKI.T ; ONROF: ACRES. .i ..,
I to1s4ou an4 Is I war broke.,out? .Iljbe a.rty.couldn' says;. ? ,) '.: .. Lac Sb wll.i. u. TIII* ;*. Single copies one year.J i Thirty Copies About four acres la cultivation balance good-pi**.) .t
. 'how...ready. for busl.JIea debt time From:Columbui down carpet-bagging tVlMBRANT- and r'I5.-tibrlc most carefully leaned and<*yed.FORSYTH I to one addrtu.|each,and extra copy W the getter-op weeds J on King's road Cxu.AJCD sn. _
'It .4 '1 keep the country free of .In a PICTURES-at. WOOD ft'BICK STREET between NewB sad J4u !of the club. Specimen copies free. "t "- i.-. : ,,- c.C:COI2iNS, ) ..
"'. orpeace and Jrrepre J to t 1 has been the.inspiration ouaggreuivo. ,XNj LEOS GALLERY/-'l ,.".J il' '. -iW-a:a be aneea:4'. -v->.<:- : 0. InSlI60cf. .: ( 'Turn TtiwrwC Kew-V!cli. LDcDJrria 1 Real Estate,Witschcn's BtaWfc*,.y.SfcS
f IAcldrcM' .w
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Lieutenant O. or- : : 'rFL"O'R1.D'.A :.SAVIN.. S, B.A.N"K.. .
r of the excursion to Fernan- Meemary vt 'taIe-S.wn B. )ictli.OnmptrullerC. SILK: \,1'JST: : [. .. :. .r.2.iJ. ; ,

A. COWOILL.Tressntrr .ro ',1.: : : ,';; }" ,"" .<0 : "' '( .
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to at Jersey the largest
DOW baring operation
Society, written. l by:1Si EclU, Attorney Ocnrnl-WM.OrneralJOHN A.'COCKE.VAKNUM.CottimV .-. world propose company to furnish superior article of Silk Twist .;, ; .. <'>. f' ',;-,<,7i'! 'j '. .. [Incorporate,July &.1874r'' I ;" t. ,.::'; ;:

I& one ()f our best descriptive writers. Adjutant of Lands and Immigration..KAOAK'- ., 5.\'l !; ''' ,II ; -\i': .r. s. OrFlCE'INLOVERIDGSStfti.D NC cAiTRET;)
formed Superintendent of Pn bllo IUon-l. (.'. GIBBS. 'A T GREATLY. .R.E-DUCED. : P RTC E ; ; JACESOIIVau.a..fU..Jul1111.1874.N' .
'The editor of .
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I of the and endorses all EmgiiMier \ ...__ PTICE hereby givea of the I Incorporation of Tkt FIIlrit4'Sa"i.p'&d auitRtalEtlatt. EjfCkxtt -o.
company, COURT. ; Fpr the.convenience of the public thl celebrated Twist to. -- with the principal place business to the city ofjackwvillei .i. -.: '

that'br. Kell's has written. A rnbfe Chief Jottice' -E. X. RAND ML. : 1 < The design of the Florida Savings Bank Is to afford to those who are desirous of saving their money the I WMOLMAUt 0 PE S AT 8AVAM.AMWHOLXSAtt hIe
cordial .AMuciat JulioeJ. D. I PUT, .. .,UP .ON SPOOLS OF. DIFFERENT, SIZES. ,; ;\ mean of sa ely employing it M a good rate interest,to b31 Invested,under the direction ofwdil-known citizen*. r
and. '
1L4 genial, generous reception H. D. WESTrOTTil. ENBERG., -, .' AT HOME,' la home securities well-knowa value,
r1 we never saw. Everything was Clerk-LYMAN B. FOSTKIC The finest quality being thercby ffered on' spools to quantities :" ,' BAKBT HOOTM/-TBC regular hour for transaction business shall be finm 9 o'clock a.m. to 3 o'clock p. m. H. ROBINSON,
.. .. daily,'except Sundays and holidays,and on Saturday* until 7 o'clock p. m. ,
done to insure our comfort by, Mr. '. CIRCUIT c'ouRTv i. .5FROM FIFTY' Y A R D S, UPWARDS.The Ifirosm.-Deposits will be entered to the book of the corporation and also in a book to be given to the depositor. ft mrTAJLDRUGGIST
Judicial Circuit-w W.VAN NEfW,PeMaooU.Id ; \hen withdrawn. this book be
Yulee and the other citizens all lit 'This book ill be evidence of his or her property. moneys are must
expressing -
1 P. W. WHITE Qa'ocr. the Bank to have the entered. Depositors may take out the money themselves.or,ill'ease ,'
machines and brought to payment .
manufactured especially fir the use of all kinds of sewing agents
above twist Is
I a wish to draw the bonds ofgood ad" Wro BRYSON Lire Oak. this twist in large and a* absence or ulckncssit will be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Deposits Hoeg'' Block, Bay St.
the quantities
for different machines through are tuing ; : .
1'' and closer tlh" R. B. AlWllI ". .JacUODo country : will be repaid:at any time When called for, when there Is a sufficient aaklWll in the treasury uninvested. ; otherwiM -
fellowship cordiality Till*; ::1. J .at the earliest practicable period to the order Vi which they may be called for, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
; 4.. ; between the' two cities, and sink all 6>h Jodkiil Ciroult-J... OOS1 OcaU.6th : SPECIAL, ; INDUCEMENTS T ;'- IKTUBST. lercs. at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(or two cents per day on Jioo)will be paid .

? ; petty j jealousies to enhance the good 7th ".i .J..L.W.rB1C1EnterpLse.DUYAL T.MAQBEE, T mp .. are offered to the trade,all those' about to purchase. will do well to send for.our price-list. : ',. i./ ?.N annually to the principal upon of all the deposits Depositor.which shall' have. remained. three, months. more- in the Bank to be added annually J COMPOrePt.NG PKESCHIPTIOB* A spsciiiuEY's. '

t. of.thi whole ,tate. We return our -, '1 >' ./- *' l : .1.! '' < "* L *.fj f Vrt '. -I ACCOUNTS UNCALLED Fox.-Any account to which nothing shall be- added andWb' shall have remaineduncalled ,. '
for for shall cease to bear interest. -
'COUNTYCOUT.'yludpW. seven years.
!; sincere thanks to those gentlemen .. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE to Unas.-If persons 'die who own'IIIOney' to this Savings Bank,the money will be : .
A. McLEAN. '
: : and also to.our hostj Mr.. Riddel!, for Clerk of Court-OSCAR HART. -THE SINGER: '. .1 pnidtotheIrkgohiepi1reeentatIve.officers' will 'endeavor by an"possible means;to prevent- ', iI-nids." jet an'payments

: the hamlsome manner in which we Sberifr-JDSErn H. DXJHKEB.8Ut ...!J !; ''f >* J...". r.' to persons producing the bank-books shall be valid payments to discharge the corporation .' FLUID. EXTRACTBUCH.
.8olicitor-T A. McDOSNELL. CHILDREN'S ENDOWMENTS,"Parents or guardians of minor children may deposit money as trustees for the ;- .. :", .
4 were treated, and hope that as soonas County Boiioitnr-CH IL BUMUER8.Tr ." benefit ef such minor until they become of age,interest'upon which may be withdrawn .annually or.added" to

I ; : their! agricultural 1 society. is, established .-. AreMior-J.* urer-J.0.W.ORKELKT.MW AIM. .5'.c.*.r.nI !-i *-: .' S the. SPECtAL principal.ENooWllin.i PLAI.-posits 10 the. Florida. Savings Bank amounting 10'70 curing each year lot a U
'. ".1 ,' '! ', !
we may hive la chance of re CoII r-l'J"TKR.11 PES.Supintei4cntorchioIaC.P.M&WBEY.. <' lena often years will seqire the depositor a cash payment oft.ooo at the end of the tn-rn or proportionately .
of the .: idJ.tH I' .I'i Wi:.; b on smaller or larger annual deposits. In case of Inability compler.t the tea annual'payments,the'depoulior ., -
turning some obligations we Auciiom-r$-J. L. Burch, J. C.UemmnsV., A. can withdraw the amounts already paid In,upon g viag three month notice together with the accrued interest The only known remedy" for'

: '; labor under. Dsi.lyn.I.L. 't"qa.i1), .T thereon This plan unlike'ordinary life insurance secure the depositor against forfeiture of previous payments K f.' .: i ; ..
ot&r'I'l1b"IICI- John O.IUmel;F. B. Knat>p, T. and offer* a safe aJ easy.mctbod providing a handsome endowment for II e future of parents,children, friend
-' ; I) At a meeting held on Wednesday B. KelU O. P. Cooper. Chat. M. Summer, W. O.Jfffreyi ", "., . :" or the depositor individually. Sfeefal deposits,not to be withdrawn (r ten years win entitle the depositor to BRIGHPS
night the subject of direct EJwin llifniot Wm. M. Lrdwith E M. 'Jfi.IL'. A certificate for Jautle the amount,tfnuk Jrpatitt, payable to ten yean, In favor of any person designated.. DISEASE.. ,
Thoa. J.'W. Swaim, ILOranger, p.3 t l. .
Cheney, tl.Maxey A r : LoANS.AU'moneys received on deposit shall be invested In first mortgages on real and personal property In s "
I tation was entered i into.. We were Jo... JL Imrkro. C. dKlnngtont" L. CHAD" ,1.W. I this State of at least duublc the value or In other ample collateral securities. >. '* And pMitiVc
Whitney, 3. C. Gr eley' j I' "" tt. ': REAL ESTATE.-This corporation will act as trustees lor the purchase and sale of real estate'or the renting a nancdy for
f ,
: pleased to meefi'jpn" that occasion, County Coromlwiincrt-Mile* Price E. Fortune 4' :}/ ''15"1 and management of estates and property generally/ .' t ; ,
several from Alachua H. II. Uorg.T. 8 Ell, It. Jone -.-.. p. t "
gentlemen coun 'I.1f \ S. .
JuBtlom of ht I'l'8Ie-W. W. Sampson, W. A. GOUT. G RVEL
ty. The proposal) madeby the Fer HummenU, C.F. Town end. Henry Tison. lames '. .5 President; Vlce-Presfdent. Treasurer STRICTURES',
4 M, Wilton. M. P. Chppt. A. 11. Philip 'W. L. DIABETES DYSPEPSIA
; i nandina Steamship Company we consider 1.W. '
Conn A Buoniog .WID.Jrdon, J. F. Bollins -a NERVOUS-
:; : r only a reasnable? one They Menard. DEBILITY -

.. 1: : :;! propose purchasing a large Iron steamer Purrejor Intpector Chus.of Lumber:Smith.-II, V,If oody,B..w,'.Cone. : : ; '.. : . I :... : : t DROPSY,.

,: .; ;I for the St. Johns river trade, to S.ConnUblfi-O.I>riO'WJr. n. Ifys 8. Wi.ion..'/..8mitb.l.J. .. i. ; ;'I-, REAL ESTATE "'i NON-RETENTION. OR-INCONTINENCE bj

r' t. i .1.,' : connect with .the ocean steamers atFernandioa. Foi bee;Jmei Lane J II. Brown. A-A'I'N TRIUMPHANT.\ ,.. .; I URINE' OR IRRITATION, INFLA.\fATIQN*,
: ; OF
: -y The farmers on the ,, _,. ,FOR SALK IT .THR THE

j ..}" : river are called on to take stock in CITY OF. TACK8ONVILLE.Mt ." ;\ FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK ,AND REAL ESTATE. EXCHANGE. "
,f: this steamer to the extent of one-half ..'pmui-. A. THEB ACT, E. W.DF.KNY. A. J. ,
4 ; t t the cost $12.000.only the interest KUHSELL.W WIKTDOUGH8.WM X. BOST.WII *The"Allen" property,'one of the finest resldeness in the State,*with so cres'or land.'on-the shell road one I '.
t say K, L. I FUCMINO, JACOB liyFF. A. J. STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES FOR 1873 : \ mile from the post-office. Beautiful river front, boat-house large grape viney rd, 100 orange trees,handsome SPERMATORRIKEA,
: : ," J 1 to te paid the first year. This DKNTLEYJ"R. HUBBASIX \ barn. &c. House has 19 rooms finished throughout in the best manner. Double piazzas. Will be sold at less
Marahal-E FORTUNE than one-half cost,on easy terms to close an estate. ,
:: : tl will insure the shipments being made Clerk-W II UHHISTY.Tretunrcr Companies. Sold In 1873.: Companies. Sold In 1873. A tract of 58 acres of land one mile northeast of the:city, near the Moncrief Spring shell road. Well located Leucorrboja or Whites Diseases of the Prostnta

::4;,: I '::::1 by this line, as it will be the policy of .0.HAH B. SIMMONS: FRIDEKBKUO.Awewor THE SINGER!.?_.__,.., 33444 American. H.__.____._ 4. 8Whee'er for buildiag" .lots or market'gardens. Price $17.SO per acre. Gland Stone tha BUdder Colculi,Cravat or BrS!
Riverside House minutes walk from the of the One of
The Brooklyn; ten center city. acre ground, dues Deposit and Mucus
1k; the stockholders to benefit their own CoIK-ctor-PUILIH WALTER. & Wilson ____ _._.__M 119,180 B & Howe___.____:. 13Q19 fronting on the river. House contains 18 rooms, to first-class order Price, including furniture, "Io.ooo .or Milky Discharge

f i .ti line. The Charleston and Savannah Clerk of brkl't-WM. 0 ARVIN. D mC5lic.___. _"___ 40.114. Remington Empire_.____ 9,183 Several houses and lots, well located. the city Jacksonville. ,. 9-30-tf -.
iciin-C DREW Jr. '
City Phy : Grover&.Bakcr86,179 Florence___._._ __.___ 8,960 '
: ..:; 11 companies are using every means to MASONIC.Bolomon Weed _.......-....?.?.....??.___... ... 11,760 Davis _____:__- ___ 8,861 C : .51 ". .4 .I ".., i KEARNEY'S_

'f : ,,, ;, ; swamp this new line, and are offering Ixxlue No. 20-M. Bowe W.3i14 Chax. Wilson_._."_ _.__._.__ ... 21.247 Victor -.---.--.-.-- 7,46.Howe SAVE \\MONEY! ,SAVE ,, ,TJMETAKE.-"' COMFORT/ .

1 ; : L great inducements to shippers. Our Eliot Meo.; II. Kou.mon, Trl'& K.guJar meeting* _..._...__.....__......_._. No returns Blees._.._...___.__-i_____ .3.58 ,. .. ,EXTRACTBUCHU

I 3 : : ;LJ farmers must not be led astray by this I.. and 24 Wedne.dnys of e.rh month. Gold Medal...__...-...__......_.__.1- -16,431 Sgcpr..........__ w.nrT-___"__ ._ 3,430 : I ;
B. H.Welwter. :
1 E W. M. .
"\ 1. :;. .f forseveraireasons.. If they succeed Duval. Lodrfa Sec.: U.No Jones, Tjl Wugate.r. KegoUr meetiog; Wilcox &Gibb_____.,....._., 15,881 Etna.J, E. Dramesdorf->._......,.._. 3,081 r ". Permanently* cures all Diseases t tf thBLADDER. '

I :''i in'breaking down this new line they lut and 3d Mondays ot .ch 11.month.R. A.M. J. Drills, '
.ckaonrilleChaplerNo. PORT
1' will immediately return to the oldtariff M E. H.P.; M.BowuSec ; D Jonw.Onard. Kg ; KIDNEYS AND DROPS'
S k, .
of each month. ,
lUef'linuIHBt l-ridiy
: 1. I and we shall again be paced! in ... No 2 J. :. E ,
Dam OimmandHrr Drisgs Embodies New and Essential PJnd pies-Simplicity of Construction: Eate of Operation; Uniformity of Precise I .
I ;'j I ., .r ; the same fix. In our opinion, our C.; I). C. Duvki'iB Recorder. Regular meeting let Action at any Speed; Capacity Range and Variety of Work Fine or Coarse-. ; "txisting w *' lumen .
and ,
( .. .' and 24 Tuenduvi of ench montb. LEAVING ALL RIVALS BEHIND IT. : : .. ,women. childrtn,
farmers can never get justice by shipping 3.TTTT"I
i STATE OFFICERS. T* *** *' '. *. .
',: '. ::r: their fruit and vegetables to be J Jacksonville NO MATTER WHAT
Grand Master-A. Rouell THE PURCHASING ; ;', S NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS.Paissengers THE AGE! ,
.: ,' f : transferred in another State. Our Grind lvpu liutPr-D.. U. Wilnon Tallnhassee.Jr. -. \ j
Grind Warden-Eo. P Jordan. Fernandina.Jr. .1. S
: '::.::i stuffs that are shipped from';Savannah Grand Wardt-n-!. Wasustc Jn onville. 5.s TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT. ,. -f; ;r ; .' Prof. Steel says s "o..e Jlotttor of Keare.-y't Fluid
:: :. -.7Q are quoted in New York market as the Grand Grand T..Fur..r-D.rVcreUry-D. C L Dawkine Oakley. Montic Jacksonville.>-llo. I. : .;..1. ... S. : : S : S t combined.-Extract, Buchu' worth- more .than all other Buchus
i !. r:1:: i products of Georgia, and those sent on Grand Grand Cb.pIHln-RPv.T"I..r-Dan41onee.l.cklOnvllle.Join: Fmny. Besides the WORLD'S FAVORITE. keep constantly on Land- a Urge supply, ofCLAR'K'SO.N.T. . ', 'make Close Connection : :' Price One Dollar per Bottle,or Six Bottles for Five
the Charleston the : s- <
: .r.rii by steamers as MASTERS. : .
DISTRICT DEPU1Y GRAND SPOOL COTTON four spools for twentjfive. cents. "\' / ;. *.. )" '
; of South Carolina. Now 'f "
i'j product we .
; let DiKirict' -B. O. Alderman Marian na.M sINGERS STANDARD MACH1NETWIST. from twenty-five cents -! sixes and colors '
," : 104; DUANE ST.:NEW YORfc
'a ;
Chattahoochee. VIA THE
t, Keereii, .
make for t t
:: wantto a name > .
ACME MACHINE TWIST, yard'spopls for cents yard for .
Sit U. B. Taylor Live Oak. too a 25 ; 5 spools 3 95 cents. d. < ; i \
$ 'I I and Fernandina being our own port, tth" J. 8 Drlgg..lackionrille.8th SINGER'S LINEN AND OILS, NEEDLES; &.C., A Ph7S clan in attendance to answer. correspoaceac
II' W. II. Lotg Oe&I*. .' &c : SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON and give advice gratis .
.r :
; 1 ; ;:, is the proper place for us, as long as lith" Z.B. Maon. Onuiire Spring.7th .' .. :y. ;..

.) 'r.1 ive have no direct communication Frank Branch Tampa. .; i .SBXD STAMT FOR rAUPHLBTS rsz.U

;. ::1, '.::1 1 -'APdRT i;'j .. '"'' J.Ii'?' 1 .

,, ., .' .5 5 ; 'Ii .
.o," Grand hugh rli"lrt-M. BowcuJackonville S
'f I will] be some time before this can be .
.; I Deputy Grand Iligh PriesV J, :. Driggs, Jackson4. : '
: ::)::1 accomplished' but 'it, wilt eventually nlle. No. 172 BROUGHTON ST., SAVANNAH, GA. > : ) ROYAL : RAILROAD'. s ;J.Q TIlE

1 Grand King-B.G. Alderman, )J rial1na. ; L .'
.' :1 takc.place. We have not trade enough C. A. VOSBURGH l ,_ i' .'j. r > l ; t r : 4
1 } Urand Scribe-D. C. Wilson, Ta1laha..eee.Qra.d .fanager.

,". }I to support such line at present. The Treasurer-W. A. Young, Jacluonrille. GEORGE v FRAZIEl Agent S, ; For: Augusta, Atlanta, :ChattanoogaMemphis,/ ,'' 'Louisville;;: Cincinnati NERVOUS AND 'DEBILITATED

,:t I Fernandina steamers are filled up at ODD FELLOWS. io-i7tf'i; M; J' : : FLORIDA. : St. Loni-s, ,Chicago, and all. points.North,' South-East" and ,West.i ., C. .: :' ; ',". ,. .
3.huff \
t d Port Royal and that helps them to Fonda Lodp.No'I.J.Whitne.H.O. ; ,COEBOTUSEXES.
141 8. ;
Ji. Regular meeting. every ,Tuesday ESTABLISHED : I II '
i r. t, ; pay 1heir w 'y:. Our farmers cannot DibL" I 1868. '. : .,' NO CHARGE FOR. ADVICE AND 'CONSUL-
.' at 'hold out 'inducementsfor TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. "" .. I 'J ',.' ': ':'.' .' TRAIN, LEAVES DAILY AT 9.30 A. -M. TAT.ION.DK. .
) present any Dn
; i a line from Jacksonville, but as W. }Frazier H. S. Ilcgular mm-tlng ertry Thursday : BERCIVAI > ', .n : .
; : -vA.-K. '
Odd 1111. : 'I. '
: .;. ;:,/1 th usjsieveJopsn4 .cwpsJn- Jacksonville night st! Lodgu Fellows'of Good Templar No. I-B.F. :: : :, PASSENGERS. HOLDING TICKETS BY OTHER LijfEs.CANVGETEXCHANGED rIJDI College. J., Philadelphia B DYOTT,,author graduate of several Jefferson valuable Medica worts

tJ" : w .:,ri crease we will i!l be enabled to do so. Ward.Wednesday W. C. T.;evening fl. A Curing.in UOOK'S W.Hall.U. 8.(3d Meet floor)every 1. .'' SUCCESSOR TO J. H.. CROWELL.. ; : (thereby avbidiug.'delay, hi Savannah)}AZS can be consulted on ali diseases. of the Sexual a? Urin,

f.L We must make' the best of Jwhatj; i i.I i.I 1 llenoue Cxvljte No. 2, 1.0..G.T-(Beat Jackrovillc) ", /. .. .I p 1 .'. .". f. ary-t either>In rgans male,: (which female her has mode 'an k11Iu.'Y)
I' B. II. Webster W. 0 T. C. M. Jones W. B. S.Mcettv.ryi.venmng : .r .,': -d! ; i'' : ; .I or no matter,(rum what cause wry
; d. c yj '
'. .l offered to us and take the only direct : iginating orof how long standing. "practice of
B E N V 30
Grove Iialneir the shell .
at ".'I"n :r. ,t TICKET
enables him
\\'AL'. <. .> 1 > "L years to treat diseaseswkh seecess. Cure
line State. ,
from the The old lines road
'.f bridge. I . .
DEPABTMK3.T. .5- ,- ,> (.I'> guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Those at a distance

'." i1 as it suited their convenience left our Cble'Engineer. -Jumes IL nOP;. : .i' f '" -' "f"J' .', 21 nULL STREET, SAVANNAH;' GA.. ;:'; T "" can stamp forward to pay letter postage describing. symptoms. and enclosing

j. t '.. produce to rot on our wharves, or let A>si slant-Jox-ph Man)ok. ; .. S : : .. : ;' ;; '.J.i i A
ii SU-am Fire Etgine!: .'*-Thoa J. Mott Foreman .1 : ,; I I. I .I 0."'."4t .. .'
( ) charged such exorbitant rates that I [t. l )" Send for,the CuiJt to Health,j Price loc.

j .7 would make shipping ruinous. No JEtbn fi ISmTw*"EoKin .'Wliri m"BayT"Foreman; ." .WJ.i r ; 'STRICTLyI.iRE LIABLE .INFORMATION, ''FU'RN S I 'D. ... ,.
'. '. Alert IIo e No. I-C, C.iVimdiTKriff; Foreman. T J ';'; ., .(<' ", : i' ; .. : B. rji JVOTT7M: !; 'DI:,
j care was taken "of ;iour' roduC::iwhen 1'boenix How No. 2-A. J. Uus e>l, Forem..n.Amt'.iCUI t l' : 'tJ I ; .5 .i-" ':. 1

: put on board, and M-C were sacrificed Foreman.Hook and Ladder Co.-T.i A.' Wilson.. > >" iI.I".1.,: : s\:, : JD'4'lLY'.PAPERS. 4r .. ;. Physician. and, Surgeon, 104 Duane I N. Y.,

A J for the Savannah Now BANKS. ,
people. they "! ,
From'the'foilowing cif sOD file 'day, FREE TO EVERYBODY: Boston .

";*\..t turn round and attempt pu{ a.stop Maxey- D. G. Ambler's Cailhi..r.h.Bnkinlllouaq". Bay street, T. II. /. j t : ..l':;. .'" ." ': NewYorkPhiladel'phi: every, Baltimore. San Francisco, Chicago/, .r., : pRPSi' ''r- ?. : I .; :
: ) :
J ... to our bettering ourselves by breaking Flrxt Na'ional Bank of Florida,corner of Pine andFervy'h : ,.\' ; 15 StlI-cui3.t'Ciocinriati many others : .- : .. : OF'TIlE
IlL Jaa. U.: Shotraiiker ea.hier.1 ; 4,: I M '! j"!' 'i' > '''YORK
down line. No fear need be NEW
our own Ocean 1. U. Paine .
/ .:'\; entertained that Fernandina will be President Florida ,Savings J. C. Orwley Bank., Secretary.street 'BOOTS' SHOES l Quick1. Time and Sure Connections' via'tfie P'orl.R \ 'Rdilroafc '' .-. l, : .-_ ) .:,.. .
." .. x .
i..v f-A.'i Tr
:; ; .C< : : ;- :: T-.I.- i -1,1 -.i:; ''
built the of .. '. S i' JAMtS" ( ORthBNNETE' "5
) up at expense Jacksonville. -. S !! HOTELS.. : 4 1 j1PiAND } :
: S 1- S 1. .
;J.i Every farmer that ships will 1 Grand National Bay street. near.Julia,Geo. MeGinlry FINDINGS ';' :' f\: ( ": S.i.1'.l ,.p r 'I. 'II: .5 ,- :" : J 1 ': .. i. ./li.:7t'.. ..PROPRISTOIL*.,... -C ."j/
t I 'prietor. ; : .. A. 0, InS] ,.. J:1 ]NO. : w. ;HOWELL. ',
t. .
> '.
',4 J spend his money in his own neigh- Ml'tropolt"n Newnan street, 'near Biy, 1. B. ., : 1. 'hi ., '0' '. i. I'". : -i C''toafindthnS1reefr.'
Topni Proprietor.. r ,... ,. ;.,..1 : 1.i.J .. .. ,e .; '. '.... i.,. .,: '
.1 "
1 '
'f\ .t'I
1 borhood. j' f .j/ -" : ; !: ; '
People not
to '
1 are going 'I.I $' !!
it Oor.ua 11 oust-. Ocean Qrect,near(5ayMrkI d.Lr i The WEEKLY HERALlD pLblfened Saturday
"> ., every -
: '.;'j leave Palatkar ,Jacksonville' '.&cvi to 'Bufflnfrton.. Prupritftivaii. 1,1 I., U'4C1V ". .' '"S .... : .1 1 lur"'f'S'S1JL'Y': "P'&, ,," 'H'AJX' T BiT; .T..u: ,.1a1 five",cern. per/copy.'.-Anaual' "'subscriptioa
:. ..' : trade'viih 'Fernan in unless that Fiorina home,comer Forsytb.and Cedar,."street ,.. C ... .. t'' .I .1. :, .E..L"J' '\ ., P ce"I'. T
W. E. .

'-I-: p' .: .tl\ place sells cheaper than the others. Stockwcll,,IFEDEB-AL'OFFICERS.Manager.-(( ."n. f' r., ,',K, ,t.' ",. .;I ,'A, ,LARGE., >. i1' .,.AND.", WELL 'SELECTEDSTOCK.js. I. (; ,.. 1"q*, :..r'JU f./. t., :,-'IH.'si I WjJ': 1j', J.'. .:l.;-4 Ii. 'l"<" .WHOLESALE1AD,.;J : I ,,. 'I:, .C .1 11'RETAIL i.B .. DEALERS, lN, f. ,i ,'. ." :.I'", .: ?Three vuc'-"py F1veCopia cpiesff, .- fI.v--. ,'"H.:.' -..,*'.'iffrj I'1 i s j ,_ f,8TenCpiestf

:. ,n The better the farmers flourish the CoTlfcCtorof Cuolonw- J. II. SOOTT.,'I. '. If' i ; ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO CITY' 'A ND COU. TRYRETAIr..J'RADE :''/ : ; .t I ,7 '* :"S"i,( y ,M ,. } -. : ,,15
: :
... wealthier becomes ,neighborhood Deput) CollO'Ctr-e.\\: UL W_ ... -, 'w.1. .4Ij4Vj '1..lly.:) '. '' : ; '.! : : .,fl': 0Ts": : 1. ; ; : .;5' \H': Q' :u''EJ?- ..D. Postage five cenu'per copy ic three months.
'! : .
: IlIIIpatouofCu.tomn UIOGIKS.Prutmk .. '1. I ; . number sub.aiben.
t: :: ""j'.t around them, Opening the inland >t vJ. 8. ADAMS. '. < \ '.- u! nt. C. 'I' > '1' 1 .. Any larger ,addressed to names" of'

". "1.,4 passage vi\\\\ enable. larger class of 8urv Collec'or r-fjeneral-J.ol lotto,Dc&l E W..-venn GILBERT.*-\... KNIGHT. .' 'l.I And Tju.by.stc. ;attention' >''' .. y business' and. the wants-of. the public, will"endeavor." to" merit a share"" of""their pbonl. LEATHER. ) : .:;&. BINDINGS.1"ir. .:, ;1 : \ An Ji extra each.copy will.be sent v.r to- every! club, often _

:: i vessels to come direct to Jacksonville! U. & .TUOS.:McMUKKAY. ., .< > /! cf' S ,, r C '. I I.. -:1 Twenty copies to one'address; one year 1 is. and"any
tJHUger- GOODS .! .. .. __ .
MAIL number ,
wt r SE'N BY ANJp.'EXPRE S, j'J,. -,- J--- t. -rr-1 1 ; larger at the;same price ,
j" and take lumber to foreign countries. U. '. 'J.I "' /.j' Two extra copies will be sent to club.oTtwenty.
s coun
.. 1. : ( J It will also have a tendency to deepen 3udge-.1tlalPFRtSXE: ; CIRCUIT: l'f .' ; .1'.5-.i.:':.- ; ., a part of Ae State'. ..1 ..!..,.' ...'.',., 'A complete assortment .Cf CNev ''York hhd. Philadelphia finsgoods These rato make tie WMKLT'.HMAIB.. Un.caeap-.
THE OLD STAND. COR. B\Y andOCEAN STS.. JACKSONVILLE./' eat publication in the country.
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AT ', d
the mouth the for AUOf'D.-J.lJ.c.-Dk1\W. j .. ." ; ,0. t handSole '' q Terms casKin advance- sent mail will be -
/ of St. Money by
1t Johns! rjverf always pn >. : : :
j M.mhal-H Co\A..Vr. .'. ..'.,-I' ..... t ,*,.si. : : r at the risk,of the sen er. -
1 i j -i.._ it will send a larger volume of Water t'i.k-rRIuPwALTKR.U.B. begisu:In Bonkruptcv-'F.,FHASEB. .:. J. H. NORTON.. . :' .1.j .,.! S. H. KOKER.. l", agents i iri"Jacksonville 'for Samuej. .P ,iibaiC&l Co.sMisses' ( !. A generou portion'tleWmi.y, HMAI will lie
; into the river to" be discharged Attorney Y1 Law,and Notary Publc. J : w '" appropriated la Agriculture Horticulture :
t lana[ ..Childreri's IfmeV h es.Goodsfsentby'mailorexpress Pomology and the management of domestic animals.
11 (" from |jt.Juouth.'hich is, lower.t ap. & KOOKER ::1. : T"" : Particnbut attention will be paid aba lo> Reports of aha-

':'1t the water in Fernandina, high tide. pOST OFF.CE. ;N'OTICE. ,. : : : ;!. 1 .::, : ,. 'I"NORTON.. ., :,'. ,. 'J ,, to. all parts .of the< .. State.. : Markets The aim will be to mak, :"lhe WISELY BCXAIP 1U-'.
1 We are working entirely ;in the interest AIUt.lVAL'u\ND DEPARTUR&OFMAILS.vAKUVBj '. -.bI..i: :' > : ) ZAZ.akS14 ." --.J.- : 'j: :' :; ', t parlor (11 any other.agricultural. and, 'family newspaper..

of the "farmers. "ancTare not led .. : : 'Eay"StreetneariLauraJacksonville\ \ : ,'1z S' .. .. :.. in the ccontfy' '"
II -1\ ." R-EAL ESTATfeoiALLKINDS. I .J Every number WEEXIT HJOLSID will containa
Northern and Western daily 10:11 A. .. .1:40.r. M.Fernandina -. select and the latest and newt
MrYulee or else. : : ;, : story most 'fcnportani
bL '
t awaiy We fiavcstudiebrthis, ( matter_anyone thorough.ly -Saint road daily and_.Honda-_ Rail-..._.[ ioia A. u,. .:oo p. M.. ,. : .;' .. '. .4 .".o';!.:.' :;.n Q'L.;. ,KEENE- ,I! 111 : ( ,FORST.C AUGUSTINE! ..; '; DI by telegraph; n from all parts j>,l,the ,world- u I\f) the kour
and" know 1hatVc'arVrtgh\: Auguktioe'and Palatka :' . ..JI./ .. ', l .: BAT iTumrr.,JACKSONVILLE. .. FLORIDA.. b.rl.i the&es1I,ConPq.tIIe WISE!HanatO'
: 4i daily,(Sundays IJ8:00 .. .. 7:00: .. .. : .t I' l,. ,, ,' SCHOONER; ; will contain a sumicary of the proceedings and the latest
: : hope"lb .the farmers will notlet Key Wa..arri1eaeveryJon"d.' ;. GENERAL INSURANCE 'AGENTS,: representins the following corn- IeaIc .In Miirntryi;. Famfytod'Dress! I Goods of all news.by telegraph from Washington f li caJ. .
any day....!.....,.._......r..mil ..*. locts A. .. Fashionables and Sporting
petty j jeal 1Jsy'stand in tne'wky. of l t>c, closes every Thursday_. .::00 P. M. '' panics : : : t iFC2- 'kIucIs.! i Keeps tahtly.on bandthe; )JatcsC stylesofTKlMMINGS. '.M'gIi .Ii a Heious IntOEgencec Obituary Artistic.Notices.Varieties Literary .AmiHwments

talked over by ,thc other side Vtc 1Enterprl Mdc*ville,,tand :-. : ; FRAKKUN, OF PHiUpELpHIA'.S i .Wjti l combined t of bver ;; : < ,( C '(I'lHAT fAND ." ; Editorial Articles on the prominent topics of the day.
f- Pqlnt arrives 7'uesUay and i; .. j I .. revUw of Cattle end Goods Market;Finn*'
.5 the
; 5- -''-' "L ; ".iH d"1) .I. : : a
c will all meet at Pabtka the loth of Saturday' .:J--i w-.__. 4:30.. N. 7:00: A. K; CONTINENTAL OFINEW"YORK.vx; '; 1 Wilt mak regular trips cia and Commercial intelligence and accounts of un-
d Fort <: Yclluw Bluff and : Also Dress.Goods; a fine assortment of *") /j.i, between Jacksonville&
MANHATTAN.'OF NEW'YORK. f C'/ 000 000. portant and interesting events of the week.
November and investigalh' i :
rnatter arrive
Mayport Tuesday 'f' : St.'Augustine JItIf
J "; :' ; The HERALD employs no agent In the country ,
...._._.... 9 5 '. 'Ii. KIDiLOVES"X': '
an4 Friday OF .t.:5 .'
4:00 P.M. PHILADELPHIA. : : 1 aftnecessary
foe subscribers--
(fully Weire.not in : Freightst1ow rats la distant cities to canvass'
pledged anyway leave Wednesday tad Sat-' ,< ii. j! S PEN .. .i a O.M! .'' t .-. be K>(
to the Fernandina line but only takeit unlay____.___ otoo A. M LOANING MONEY ON REAL CONVEYANCING Very CHEAP; also a full assortment of S "orfreightorpasug, | the Wiixtt; Any UcitALO person should pretending be treated am a agtnt commoT
'f Su Nicholas...-. 10:00 A. .. 10:00: A." ES'fAT "'. apply to WILLSON. & W} TWCI .
abolished the
swindler. The club has agocy
as, a .matter. of. ,expediency, to be / ; V ? ;: ., C i ".' \\VH1TEGOODS. Jacksonville. Fla., system
OFFICE HOURS. ; system It is safe and cheap. .
thrown over as soon' as vrc can run The post-office Will' be open daily(Sunday 'II c<'ptcd' ) :We cive below a, few'of the. man. ."v'choice olacea for.sle"bv'u" ,, '. .: .' I '1' '. 'Or'to' JAMESCOSS. '"' ; T1M.'price/:*C suh. whenever practkaMe..
ourown. By that tlm the farmers from 8 A. M to 4 PM. and from 6jo: to jfyo P.'.. g'F. Have just received, a fine lot of 5tf St.-Angustie, Fla.. should be transmitted by Post Oince Orders. It iI the

The office..will be open pn -S.1hcgeueral uDda. ). from it to 1:30 No. '3. Two-story b Ashley' street, near St. No. 105. Dunlawton Plantation ; on Halifax river, HAp;, N GRENADiNES i FRENCH safest mode transmitting money by mail. _,
in will o'dock LJNE .
the interior be1 p. ?
-T abltosiIp1orithe ; \ At small Offices the where Foal
Jam HotcLi $ : in one of the bt seven mile north of Mosquito- inlet.at Port Orange; Post in country
and box deliveries.will.*pea at all in the new with six acres, rich lying ,mile : Percaicsb1rtsr.nicealBuckys41 { fic. Orders cannot be obtained money may be remittea
Fernandina steamers; and those times during the regular hours; except when the mails neighborhoods ct; b i t.too 1,150 ere-. hammocki' one i AND JAPANESE CHAILIES < tTh' .
In ,
from river Registered Letters.
plenty. lanc' room?) S2 J4< 50 acre* fcfjh, immediately -
on the river their own.. The ow'oers received arc being distributed. 105 o, good fence, sidewalk, and 11 street the river bank; having front ofabout one fourth mile, twill.Be'sold gTtatlyrcJjJced. pikes. :16- 7 301*w .: C' i RD .t.. :Y; 1'.1 :. Ii Advertisements,to'a number;wul be Insertrato
'N NIYORDF.ItOrICE.: : In' C fine lot of with large H'F.rv. ,he'ft'eicae HUAUH ; .
of ibe. : grape young orange two-storyframe-house.-18roomsneeriy ; L- '
A : present line/, however.lare'.wil.! sled f,> j;, ,- ft.- ,i'I .,1 / n A*
'Money orders are issued at this office payable In any & flower*and shade u'pwD thriftily; good finished; house commands view of the river and ocean !( Price of DAILY HERALD, four cents m copy.

ling to pur steamers:6rijth I nwruerland Germany/ flowering some 75 to too in Dumber good well.'and cisterri -. ; ; New YO.:.H
direct to New York. Great Britain and he,.ollawf. Y be.I.p.: : a ,Write the address on letters to the -
assoon as they lUll are the rates commission f f.' : ., N.' To "dcalrjigabg tl"tfe that holds ipoo gallons, in' yard: tboruughly*,ditched ;'' E'"T' ,(" L'L'l'C'" .1' ', '' I :\\1 \; ii! CCR: WEU" : '' '. j ,." AtD.; to it bold and legible hand.and give the name .
v tee.that! it will, J pay 'iheuu If i i.is only. The money order office wilt be- open. 'from,o. 'A.;k.'tu. I a fne B cplt I'Aiew and drained; canal from""l uae running:'w'.the M. n : ; ,f : { ,,--1" II t.. '. each subscribe; of Post Office.Couuty-.and State SB- .
; IJOP. tf. ,and1mm3I01.ie. > a great way just now. For particulars enquire giver JOT transportation of crop: Immense quantities of : 'BURIAL CASEblL .. -i I .1corneJ'B plainly thafno errors:mailing papers will be Ba e-w
oiIimeicmt wl : .1 .udOccQ ttnetxHighest _
A question & Kooker Oocanaod.Bay streets.No. t Ud orange Inca on the placer the soil is similaj to the t ,C tt.! .,.t.; :... 1. '5; 'CI1r. S"
. ,_ ix'>MEsfsc MONXT panxx*. No' ,.corner. best sugar land cf.Cuba, to which it Is!Sfijlry.canal.J AND. ', .,' .: ;'l':1, 11 :.: : ,' :.. .1' r. ,-

: A of certain' newspaper 'On 6rde&ut exceeding'f 10. 5 cents. large.rooms 4. A HAKDSOMB RutDlc POR w1"SALX on-Six the. limestone is abundant...This place i.really eec' i( the. ,' WOQt 'C'.,. ,9,E-F. R" ash pricee pald'far Bides; SkinsFuri .'': ".t? !.'iTrunk 4wa11Msatkk? .
patrbh Over $to and dot Exceeding. to centt; a choicest places in Florida andiwas.known u.ud before ; ; .f 'Jtl ,
tj jonce said to.Jhe blisher "Mr. Over%3 o and not exceeding $jo, 15 cents.Onr.1O west, laite fik;dotible fiAu be the south. the war. ( ( !.aJf"t_ "t' _" ".;7."J8a %I: C'4-rr! ; : .. .. J ::. H.' ". 7NIORRIhAo -
: p : and DOluuedillll4.lo cent] '1 commanding one of.the finest view in J acksonville; -
Printer, bow is it have never Over f 40 and not exceeding fy, *s cen.., : window filled with fuwr light o4a glass and bung N. B. Do you want.* mug winter'borne,.with' LiXKRV.'SAtE ANt FEEjDf STABLES : 1IZIALYNSF I'
you "
with cords and weights oa tthe orange trees and flowers. florid!. You can get* -' '
called for for ziMQiiIy with aU finished with abcmutiftJ .
.4 pn me pay your paper ? fo. blln casing are Toxtsd.Jfcet.to.SpringfielaVhigh and L 1'
", OB ordeu not exceeding f 10. is ccu.I varnished, making a kt finish; healthful,and within ten minute walk ol the pott-office, ; :1
/"Oh, said the man of types,' 4lwe Ovevzqandauie.ceedungJao.occuze.Over ., celling high;a wa h.fnsh.o double, on which ID make it,for '*.. for particular c uu : :1 ,:A.t1q.IQ.NEER. ; -
t, never ask a gentleman for money." $IIQ and not exceeding j jo. 75 cents .' glass,front every door In house of Norton &Kooktr, '
Ovcr$3oaDdnoItcnc4inj.$4ui.oo. LM' t\-A1lI.4 J S
I Indeed 'the "how china do SlI,pIentyCc4Othc-pfuseSbe&k-! No. 119- A tract oTS8 acre*f 60'acre cleared bam.ipock I ; ;.; 5 ,
replied patron, Over Ito,and DOt exceeding ISo,1 1 *$ room; Up cupola,f which a charmingview J
J.b. ADAMS. Postmaster. is to r of the and surrounding land r fine front on 5tJoba.1 river; two mile west I l\fM1SSIONIJfMERCHANf. :
?4 do you manage to get along if they Jacksoavfllt,October to, 1874.MQTCE country; three lot*,making city 157x400 feet; good well; of lacksonviJe.;Thb U one of the moat desirable river .ALL.IZES AND..QUAL1TIES.LMEs II I Ii' .C .i.l. .
.,, / on't pav you ?" "Why,". said the young ahade trees started;' half a mile/rom pact-office. front in the vicinity of Jacksonville. WiU be divided ''XND cENTLEMiN'S'ROBES': -
For sole at a bargain. If desired. AIl kind of merchandise received on ceaslp-
editor fter time conclude that EMBALMING DON WHEN AEQUIRED. '
a we TO TAX.PAYERS. S No. 06. .A large, two-story house.will) ten large .1'10.146. Six acres oa Arlington river adjoining the TALSd "i' l ment and sold at auction or private sale. ll'
:' 'he is not a gentleman 'laud we ask, rooms f thoroughly built,and tnUbed (ba first-rate style Florida Home,containing the old vineyard .For sale S i.! J.J I lil Oii "hEay ::. '

,.: ," Mm;" **Oh-r-ycs-I 'see ; Mr.'.,Edi., OFFICE COITNTTTAX.COLLECTOR., with twelve feet ceilings: one acrt of ground located covered .u harp', . 0 MARBLE AND' 1ARBLEIZED. 'Tbstsind'niost stylish: llv'ery"teams In tlc city'the .description of goods/ ae ** sa .'
bit Stable of the
I louad umlerdgnodl
with fruit tree and flower; pleasantly : within ; can at the of .
AeAegivc me a' receipt; ,1' and .. : JACMOKVILI, Ft.t Oct. .3d"1874. five minute walk cf the railroad depot. Price lie/too; .. ;No/i47":" .MrrnorotrtAw' HOTXL.-This hotel Is SLATE- MANTE'LS.SLATE Florida Home,coreer ot Cedar and :F< *vti "SntrH< will. be disposed it ;
? centrally lucated.built of the best Tretch'brl.;and I ia U vs for reasonable
The State and Counrv Tax.tor (74 It mow due and |i.5oo down,balance on long time desired. ) HEARTIIS'IJ&. ., Hones dlnct well cared .on JFICUREj POSSIBLE .
I hands him ..iY.U) e ,naunc all Ant Iass house to' every -t'or price find !* -A'.l-i BEST ..
my term
payable at ny office. No. ReOua's Block next door No. acre*'In Orange county{ one mile from -. .. -qtJ tl ,!*3 .ar.'Pdsr.* i ,
99. 400 ,
I terms apply to Norton S Kooktr. TO ORDER
.. : MANUFACTURED teanu'fbr hauling always1 on hand., ,
jlght4on lour books.. ., -. : to the Port-office, '- "(* v." MelonvUle. Price, fj per acre. "- .. t. 'f 'Strong purposes !ll rcCUmJIIJI \
_. 'h' if I ',t., '' '. VlSeverafJi'ttn'd'rc i" $ Th .lw of jBri cbnpcl (ke'Mlung of'JIr'pTopefTTiponwhlch ,' .,. _. -.. '. ,-- .- -S AND FOR SALE BY .-.t" 'JackonvltfBFJsU'Ma'yi4.8i4.; W ttt AV ER," i 'i.o.Iu d ptCIn1p1. d urate .
,.; taie are nnpnd upon'the first of Decetnb ; .J ; 1. ; .J'JI' ; ; : : ; '. ,,., ; 7',11. -iPt4 ;;, j .> ; .
J'pilgrinisJiaveJeftJkIare ; i ?rot payment will aft considerable'cost and iG1 w CN r. rWM> Uteyur1wanuYll; { ? ;' ';W ; ; AAaJ4. .f t-v> 'GALVIN. OAK, 4. -h-.e- ;i' .- it Viii.imjjMl- i.t '. ;tettirFr&thzck_ '
annoyance..' "- .I S. 4'" 44so. "x_..I : >, '-. OFFICE COR. OCEAN AND BAY Sli..JACKSONVILlJCFI (r lftv .r. ctristrecc.beiwee* Laura and Uc an s U 1 O jd ;yj gADCjUARTU.S.Jfbr, FLUKIDALYIEWS V :t. I> J'Ia-d _
*. H for Paray le-Moaial.. ,, tw PETER JqNES. Mayor. -VIUon always welome Latest papers on file' .I-IV_ twi6-t0a JacksonvUle..Floridi. IT. WOOD & SICKLE'S .3. J acbofIvilI.



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