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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: November 4, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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THE NE\V SOUTH. into FrancCt The taste for confer? is a celebrated tree at Versailles I 'UrSCELLANEOUS HOTELS'AND V .. :: ,, :
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tions was propagated in, Europe with called .Francis I f -.- BOARDING HOUSES: '. .GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. % 4
EVE"VEDESDA\ or the Grand En' GENERAL DIREL.ORY. "
..r"HED '. the introduction of sugar, ,and this bon *" 'called '
SATCRDA\ was in '
so the inventory 8TATE : : -V
SAMUELFAIRBANKS OCEAN : .
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SUBSCRIPTION' : delicate aliment soon became an object made in 1523, and"the prince is ''saidto THE CLARK :, GovenLieutenant ar ). L. 8TEAK3TS. .

TERMS nWI..l.cribera.I.so per annum of necessity amongst wealthy people have had this in his hODS:'for more: NOTARY PUBLIC FOR TJUVAL COUNTY JOHN OowroorHccrrtarycfeute-'S.-B. Ve t.I1'r; V V" -

SII-'ICU.; ,. "** f3.cx ca th: and *" eJttT cop and of luxury for all table5It than'eighty years. In the beginning lacksbnviUe. fan. ,Vj?*. JACKSONVILLE, FUL V FORWARDING V Coaptreller A. CO WO ILL. '
f EsenT dub..hell received at opt timeWUKLt. Transai*r-C. U. FOOTER.
10 mail C'V': futacriben. *J per annum Tent was in this state of confections that of the. isth; century, orange'treea :: LID Attorney ..,-'. A. COCXK. .

e .t's; .* Twenly copie *1.60;, tift r copAPIER7StG the agrumes became an article of com passed from the, gardens kings and pIRST-CLASS FURNISHED HOUSE CentraDy located and first-clas rn aU rt-sppolntmems. COMMISSION !IIERCIIAN'IV CommT Adjutant of OcTMnt Lands and JO1IS Immigration VA ttJCU Jf.EAOA V.' ;.

Ia.I.-4ocacll. merce 'and we see by the registers of princes intothose, of the people first V V Jt asoIfYtlU win remain'open during i the Summer months.' .".iTJiANSIENT S I 5V Superintendent bUclBMnrtion-J.C.O1BBS.- V

I RATES Savona that they were sent as presents i in countries where they needed 1 AID DEALEB IK State EqD--Jt. AIBIROKR. V .'
no artificial
.\\"aJICL',1.00 per inch or less,first insertion: into the cold countries of FOR. SAt L E; I V .BOARD, SrTRBCK COURT.
Italy where heat ROCERlEa.
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tui-cquelll 1-,011.5cents.Wiu. as in Bressan, the Ro- ,. PROVISIONS, ,GRAIN Chief Jaitire-E. M. K.c'lDi.La. -

eaeb 'I'_* pet inc l CT'**.firit Insertloli: eatb.cqucnt the people were very fond of good I magna, and in Tuscany Towardthe tion The,will undersigned sell residence, intending on Adams to remove Street to his planta the |a PER..DAV or:>io PER WEEK.. ,J- HAY. .SEGARS..'. .IcAccaea.rbidaror' .JlBsticee V -J.D. WE9TCOTT, .' V
near K.B.VAN
VALKK5KERO.:
iircrtion, JS:! eating. middle of the 16th'centur St.James and Grand National Hotels.:, Very reasonable V -
this Cerk-LYMAlf B.
arrangements made with : FO3TXK ,
line. ) . permanent 'Sole .
I.t"'N. P0 cent per After these V H. :.SANFOR.D : 4
cultivating for ,
V trees the luxury became general and: boarders. VV > CTRCCTT CO-c 1T. I
1 : CASH m APVANCE.ADAMS ; the or Apply to] -c. Gmi.iy.c.silfr. ,...tMRS. ; ,
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,CAKRUTH & CU.lack.onvllle. .. J use of their fruits, they were soon cultivated angeries of the Farnese, at Parma, of MariA i 6, 18,. twMtfQRANGE .C.'U BUFFINCTONJacksonville. .. i AveriQ's Chemical. Faint.and lit 2d"Judicial dreatt-W.. r.W.W.VAW yrfS8'tnma
d V WHITE. ths V
FIot :. i as. objects of beauty for the Cardinals Xantes and'Aldobrandini BOXES. .May.3.1174-. V V White's Patent Money Drawer V ad. to Wm BRY80X. Live ney.Oak. .:'

S embellishment of gardens and houses. and Pius V V tt1a. ..ARCHIBALD, JscisonviJle. -.: S
at Rome, of the Elector Agent. for ; .

TREATISE ON THE CITRUS. The monks began to fill their courtyards Palatine at Heidelberg of Louis XIII boxes.I have This material sufficient to make near 500 orange /TELLONVILLE 'HOUSE, '; -S ,STEAMS LIZZIE.... .,.- V ftb"5&kJudldj4l ClieoU-J.. K. OX5S5.S OoaJ. V V
material U made of uniform ala by J.T.MAOBEE.Tsaipa.
with machinery '
these trees about their V 5
in.France.sandat.Gand\ in Belgium, making box which will hold two hundred .a.T.L V, V 'VOLUSIA. 'nh" .r..W l"lUCZ ClrpnDt1V

.1 Tbr Mowing Jot ICtAL"tides A"b'on RCIIAL the Citrus Sol'TRLAKD are copied,of New fromOil convents, in a country, where they that af Signor of .Hcllebusi;'who had ,average'A T"sized. the oranges.Bow 61.i Will be sold Ct1aEPEUL-dteap.V : VV. V .J": : -.,V Jnt'"C. / ...
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V OrI- for ,bdt jnurna1 they Weft tranSlated &oaIIIIc were evergreen, and soon all the monasteri plants brought from Genoa, and was g-50 V hay street,JacVscnvilk.'XTOTICE LEILovILLzoRAIGuNTy. _FI.A. 1: -.t a.',' ..;poco'*. ; r V ;5 L C0UT.' 'm.r.r
lreach; of BIK.s O Lm lo. We commend theJOI'I..ut.1Ii .s were embowered' with them famous Van Brunt ft Bro',. Line Sailing;Packets County udg-w. A.MeLBAIt. ":- V -
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and ; his and luxurious V ..
intfin.ically valuable *pedaUy adapted splendor Clerk of Court-OSCAB EAR?. VsberifJOszP1IU.DuaxBL V-'-ts'

10 Soulhcnl aced CHAPTER IV and it is in these courts and gardenswe living,. were,celebrated., Theyare to : TO TAX-PAYERS. S-S-" VV'I, L BITE Proprietor. FROM NEW yORK. Hate Solicitor T A. XcDOSXKLX.CountjBolicitorCllAS : t ,

find the oldest roots to day it is be.
HISTORY OC THE CITRUS.AKtlCLB ; seen everywhere now in ,Europe, OFFICE COUNTY TAX-COLLECTOR: twjiBs Bay Sb'eet.JacboaTin.F1orldaFAIRBANKS H.8UJUIXR&. V
j pretended that a sprout in the court and V Tru.1Iftr-J. HWAIM.A V
are
orangeries embellishmentsof MISCELLANEOUS.
necessary 'euor-J. C.ORJCELKY..
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of the convent of Saint Sabina at I V JACKSOICTTLLK: Fa., Oct. ,3d, 1174The Collector- PETEttJuXES.8uprlnUudat V
I&rcht Into thc Countries of the Orange and every great country house. State and County Tax fOr 1874 Is now due and .r ch.ioI.-C.F. V .
&, w-.OnflI) )' horn Indloa-) Paafted Into Syrialraii Rome, was planted by Saint Dominic payable at my office. No i ReQua's Block, next door Aaetionren-a.L. Buixh.J.C.Hemming.WBET. M.A.. S
r'pI- 'portcd ihlo Europe t>- iheyWolrt6ytjrihe to the Post-office. > D i
ondinlo himself. This was doubtless V V RINTING. *!yiukL
it r einee.4roteati cf existingat ,The law of compels the of all P V DIALSS
;- 1873 selling n S
PROFESSIONAL CARDS ftc.TQR. property notary Pnbliea John O.H nl F.
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B.KnappT.kr
S tiled'culture Origin orotundcries.There the end of the 13th century. It is I :. upon which taxes arc unpaid upon the first of Decem B.Kells 0. P. Cooper. Cluu. V. gunmen. w. U

names, however, have always mentioned by Augustin Gallo, in ber. Prompt. payment will save considerable cost and THE REWVSOIITHV GROCERIES AND .PROVISIONS JtOrtTft, Edwin lllgiin. '. M. LodW1 o K. 3C.
annoyance.
F. A. McMANUS Cheney.Thc a.Mazey,J.W.Swmim. H.Orufnr.
been tsganletl as vulgar: names, and in 1SS9- The orange was taken into io4 tw PETER JONES. Mayor. %- BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE.FLA. Jo.. H. Imrkee. C. Codnngton* "W UCoan,01'.,.** .

pneral the best writers serve themselves Provence at the same time it entered (Recently of Bahidlorl.HOMEOPATHIC ,) '. Whltnry.J. C. Greele,. V ?-,.
JOB AND BOOK PRINTING County UbmmiMicnen-Mfle* Price E-'Tortaav*
with the term citrus, to designate Liguria. The city of Hiercs, celebrated PLUMBING II.U. Uoeg1,T.8 EelJa. R. Jones. _. ,;. >., 5
PHYSICIAN Always keeps on hand Justice of the Fesue W. W
W. &aeon. A.
the agrumes. This custom, followed for the mildness of its climate V. AND V V 8on 'nU. C. F.Tovntend. Henry C. TUOB. James .

ly) most of the writers upon and fertility of its fields received it Hm located In Jacksonville. Office and residence V ESTABLISHMENT.. HAY, CORN, OATS BRAN GROUN1 M. Wij.on, M. P. ChapprU. A. H.PbUip. W. L.
on Monroe_street. between Laura and Pine In COPPER-SMITHING. FEED. PFAS.. crITCJCF.N F.FO A ftn* ln*.. w.5, ._ _.. .i._1'.__B.oI1ina.I._
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history or rhirography; ) often makes from the Crusaders ; it was from this the rear of M ra. H endcnon'* boarding-bouse. ,..r-- FORK, LARD BACON, r.Menmrd. : V
and uncertain to fix the that I am prepared to execute work of Surveyor Cbai.F. Smith. :V
the sail forth every description The
difficult port expeditions set proprietors are prepared to execute orders tat SHOULDERS 'ID'pecloraoILana -U.1C.,Moody.E-Y.Con..

culture of this fruit in the different Holy Land We see, in truth, C. U.' ttOBINBON. J.W. WHITXrr. in the most satisfactory manner, and respectfully solicit every description of VS HAMS, J.Pn ..Jr.. V .
Alt y at Law and U.S.Comrn'r. Notary PubkC. FISH CoDll1abJ..-0. H. Maya S. WI. J. Smith.JJ. ;
FLOUR -
countries where it became gradually that it was very greatly multiplied, the of the V P 4. .Pot be*.Jame*Lane.J. It Brove. V 1

tstablished. There is no doubt but and that in 1566 the plantations of I L. ROBINSON & CO., patronage public. PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.Such HECKER'S HOMINY FLOUR,MEAL, RICE.FARINA -. ', |

in Liguria that this culture situated in its I Orders left at DOBBINS' GUN SH )P, or at Mr. CITY OF JACKSOITILLLLj
that it wab oranges territory were i RtAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, BROKERS. as BUSINESS CARDS. BUTTER, CHEESE, APPLES, ONIONS -PETEKJ03TES. -?
V
made the earliest progress in Italy. so extensive and so flourishing, they Agency The Manhattan.Ufe Insurance Company of I M. Mahony's Blacksmith shop win lecove prompt POTATOES, SUGARS. SYRUPS, AMeraten-B.TUEB CT.E.W.DE5TT.A.J., '

V We have: the witness on this point of seemed to be a forest. The territoryof New York. S attcn 'VISITING CARDS. V MOLASSES, COFFEES, BCSSELL.TT WIKTDOCOL\8.WM.M.BOT--
Assets 19/109.463.23. Undivided o V WII.K L. I FLEMING JACOB Ut??. A. J.- V
a physician of Mantua, who wrote Nice, so advantageously situated 7.lb-l-3.a1 surplus 166662695.. WEDDING'CARDS.BILLHEADS.. V TEAS. COCOA, B NTLEY.8. B HCBB _. .

war the end of the I3ih century.This between Provence and Liguria, necessarily V to-7 if WM. CLARKE. .V OILS SNUFF.V SOAPS Clek-W V.blE. .FORTE'IJS. '' -V' *- S V

is what he : "The lemonis : received from its N. BETTES VV V V
says neighbors a STARCH TOBACCO Tr-'S. V
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OST-OFFICE NOTICE: LETTER'HEADS. .ttMOr- .
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a sixties of citron apple. Thereare culture so suited to the softness of its P .. 'V "V WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS. CollfC-or-fHlLIP W ALTE -r, .

C four of these apples. The first is climate, protected by the Alps, and 'PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.-, POSTERS.V CIRCULARS,V, -. .-. BASKETS., 'BROOMS, SPONGES. TUBS City Clerk Pbysiciui of Markrt--C.WM. ART., ; V .

the citron ; the second the orange the nature of its soil, fertilized by numerous Jacksonville. Fla. Northern and Western daffy V 10:11.AR.lVa.A. M. 1:40 CLOSX.P. M. BRIEFS, v CANNED GOODS OF EVERY KIN). V a.:1'- V

(citranpulum,) of which we ha.ei streams. This culture seems OFFICE HOVKI-From 8 till 9 a.m.and 12 till a p.m. Feroandina and Honda Railroad V lASma 4
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spoken; Ixrlore ; the third is the lemon, to have been very extensive in the I streets.OFFICE AMD Rasinaxci-Corner Ocean and 6-7-601 Monroe Saint Augustine,daily.and -Palatka-",.. iou A. M. :200. P.,m. PAMPHLETS. V V V V V .EVERYTHING loO J._ t'man..JO-Trow-M. w.*r W.1.Chaa.*

and the fourth a fruit vulgarly called middle of the 14th century because daily;a Sundays uccptcdJ8:00... II. 7:00 V P:. BLANKS OF ALL KINDS.. W TH* S lii and Id Wediie-diTii of etch month. .
Key West,arrives Moo 4' Doral Lod.ra So I X Wasa'.
every *- W.M.; B.IL
Lima. These four species arc known we find in the History of Dauphin, ORTON & KOOKER day i _,, ._.mil.__ 1OI1J *. M V FORAGE.GROCERY.AND PROVISION .LINE Web' :: D. Jones Tj-kr. BeaUr meeting: V
in the lemon is well that when the N close every Thursday. '.00 P.II. lat and 34 M ondny.of each month..
Liguria .
chiefly ; Dauphi'i Humbert returned Enterprise. )Melonrille sand COLORED PRINTING AND GILT WORK. ;; V SELLJtOR 'JekK>nvHleCbapterKo.l3.RA.M-J.8.DrigKS

ktuxrn fine, of good odor, and full from Naples in 1336, he bo-ight REAL ESTATE DEAl EkS. corner Ocean and Bay Point arrive Tuesday and ... J CASH:. M.E.U.P.M.Bon.SeeI> Jor*.,<'. Ktgula .- 5
ttrecu,Jacksonville. Florida. Saturday_..._.?.__ 4:30: P. M. 7:00 A. U. ," -'. -meeting"rt r rid".y of each month. V
of sour juice like that of the oral ge ; twenty orange trees at Nice. From Money loaned on Real Estate security. General Fort George VeUow Bluff and V AID AT Dana cns Commandery NOV 1-J. 8. Drigga E. .
form i is and Life and Fire Insurance Agents and dealers in Pine Mayport .arrives- 1 uada, C.; D.C.Dawkina, Beeorder. K.folar Sat '
but Its more oblong, very the kingdom of Naples and from Sicily < NEAT LOWEST meetings .
CHEAP
THE
I Lands Plantations&c. Springfield suburb a specialty. and Friday.V 4x10 P. M. ; AND PROMPT. POSSIBLE FIGURES,. and Toevdavs, .of rich tnonlh' -. V
proper fur the seasoning of meats, as : the orange and lemon were carried Correspondence solicited. 3 38 0 if leaves Wednesday and Saturday 'V V L .8T\TE OITICXB3. S
its Sowers of which i. .i.-.,' ,..',: ?:A. M Merchants,Loggers Hotels,Boarding Houses.a
tell made
as are into the States of Rome, of Sardinia Nicholas_.. 10:00 A. M. sox A.M /amilics are invited to examine my goods and prices. Grand MajrtvT-A.J. _.Ja'bonvfle.V

very odonlerous waters, anti proper Corsica and to Malta. The wuARTHUR A., BIRNEV, i OFFICE HOURS. V C. L. MATHER.' .4 -FRANK E. LITTLE, Omnd. Grand Deprrry"Warden li aat_E.-P D. O..Wilson.Temaadnuv Tallahaooe.8r. .

for the UK of the 'luxurious. i islands of the Archipelago were, perhaps I The pc t-offi e will be open daily(Sundays excepted]) J-' .' t_ ; THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES Jr.Grand Warden-K.Wasgatt,Jark-onrU:. "'
ATTORNEYS. from 8 A. M to 4 P. M. and from 6:30 to 7:30: P. M. Grand Tr.arorer D.L. Oakley.)1sntlcrIio.V
I "The trees ol these four spec ies- reKtnWetarii the first to receive them be The office will be open OB Sundays from ix to 1:30 Grand r.creUry-D.C Davkins. Jtcksonvill -
I 5' V fAID POt COUNTRY PRODUCE OF
ALL KIND
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other greatly, and are -at cause belonging chiefly to the Genoese 4i STREET NO. 3 30 Ihe general and box deliv"V r-es will be open. at all C..L. MATHER &" CO., V Stf Grand Grand Tyler Chaplain-David-Bev.lOlleD Joan Jacksonville.Pmay.

thorne) ; the leaves of the citron and and Venetians, they were probably received times during arc being the regular distributed.MUNEY hours. except when the maila -, .1 ,'. -. ': DISTRICT DETT7IT GLAND MASTXRSL "

the lime are larger and less deep col the intermediate point whence the WASHINGTON CITY. ORDER OFFICE., V", :. riJ.V( f "hr ., TILLSON&WIIITLOCX.: lit Diatrict-B.O.Alderman]Mariana .

ored than those of the or Crusaders of these nations ,. #. ,, .* V V. Successors,to Thos. A.Willson 34 M -B..ba1e.Vho..ebVIltVV
orange transported B. C. ,DREW Monet order*are issued at this office payable In any I t Jd ILJlT.'Ior.LiYeO v
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lemon. The J lenon is composed orfoursutlstanlt.s them to their countries. It is from J part of the United States and Iso orders payable: in '* A *' '. EAtEES M tth. ..8. DrUjrsJackaonvUle.8th -
e Great Britain xwiucrland and Germany. The.oUow-. .- W. IL Long Ocals.Ith .
quite different, as well these islands that these plants were ATTORNEY AND jug are the rates of commission: GRAIN. ,FLOUR, AND FEED, M Z.H.Mnvon.Orange Spring. .

as thecitroii the lime and! the orange; spread into the delightful coasts of COUNSELLOR-AT-l-AXY 1:30 The P.money M. and order from 3 office to 4 p.will M.be open from 9. A. M.to STAT'ION'E'I RS jf nifaftUrCTS Of 'ltb. Frank Branch.Tampa.,

it has an external rind whirhis nut so Sato to the shore of the lake of Gar DOMESTIC MOXtT OTDEXS.Oa STATE OFnCBS OF GRAND CHAPTER,B.A.M. 'f
Office in the new Freedman Bank BuOding.cornei CORN MEAL HOMINY Grand Blah Prirtt'M.
CRACKED Bowes Jacksonville.
deeply J colored as that of the orange, da, where, in the time of Gallo (1559,)) Pine and Fonyth Street Jacksonville Fla.. orders not exceeding f-io. 5 cents. Deputy Grand High Pried-l.H.Drip JacksonV

tatinlore whitish ; it is warming they werp regarded as having been >. a. Aa.iasws.V |. a. c. ). ". Over Sio and not exceeding J ao. 10 cent*.; V AI. ; / CORK RYE MEAL GRAHAM ville. : S
Over and ,
1-tT V f ao not exceeding f jo,15 cents. ", Grand King-B.O. A1d>rman.Mariannav S
ttiamlmng and piquant, as its bitter acclimated from immemorial times. *Over$30 and not exceeding$40,30 cents.' V Grand Benb*-D,&Wilson;TaUalIA.see., ::
Over$40 and lIOC exceeding f jo a 5 cents. : FLOUR CRACKED WHEAT.&c. Gracd T/eaaurtr W.A.Young.Jacksonville -
taste Mould prove ; the second rind or At last the orange and lemon were ; ANNO, penmen Mofcir owns. Booksellers ";: V ODD FELLOWS. .! V
W.R. ;
the marrow, which is found between carried into cold countries and SCROLL ft WOOD
perhaps 011'ordel. not exceeding I ,
the external rind and its acid juice, is the desire of enjoying their verdure ATTORKEY-AT-IJ Over Jto and not exceeding fao SO cents. I ; I > 'V 'i V Buff; K. S. Beznlar meeting every Tneaday
",. Over Sao and not exceeding (30, 75 cents. v :, 4'V. : TO ORDER. IIJ4tJt. VV ) '
.hlte ccl<],and difficult of digestion ; and their flowers led to the invention Office, in Red" Block Over>30 and not exceeding (40, f i.uo.Ovcr4oandnotexceeding5ol,5.. V . '" -', TEMPERANCE" 8OCXETIZ8.Dnval .

1 et.tllrd substance is the juice, which 1 of hot houses, which were ,. Bay Street. J. S. ADAMS.Postmaster.5 4: JACKSONVILLE,, PLORIDA 'j Wood. .ssed,5Split, and ,Deliverec Dlridon 1o.I-Henry'Kane; If. P.; 0.'f.ii .
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Ii piquant ana a strong sourness afterward called S 7ab.vi'frFLorii.. lacksonvnie.October'0. 1874. : : W.Frarier. R.8.. Regular meetings every Thur61 I
Jrang n s. "I"l V V '
S bv'Cord or Load.Xo uUht at.Odd Peilovs'Hall.JaekJonvUM .' .
which chases away worms, and is very This agricultural luxury was* not ROBINSON ixxije.r uooa T enrpiar H e. l-a.jr. '
cold C.L. EW YORK TRIBUNE. HAVE JUST REMOVED TO, THEIR NEW ; f Ward.W.C.T.; 8.A. Beiuing.W. B..8. M-et ... 1
; the fourth is its seed, which, known in Europe before the introduction N Block.,Bay Street opposite our MiD and Whar r try Wednesday evening as Bocw's BalL(3d floor). .

like those of the orange, arc stimula of the citron. There is no trace ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; HAVE WE TWO BRAINS? ': -' V V AND COMMODIOUS STORE'ON: ". ,ACXSOBYlLLE.FLf. -D.KMcue H.' Webster Lodge So.W.2,C 1.T.0.;G.C.T.M.(East Jones JacboviuV, '.R.8.)' tJ ', t

,ing, drr and bitter." : of it among Greek and Latin cultiva- Also. NOTARY PUBLIC! and M'IISSIONERI V 'Dr. C,El; Brgwn'equard.: T. A. WILSON. ts6 'WTMPORTANT .,".1T1.t Meet ev-ry evening.at Grove. Ha 1.near the,shell ft .

,: This testimony of Silvaticus is BUSfiined tors. It is true that from the time of V U. S. CIRCUIT COURT IS ALCOHOL. A POISON! V BAY STREET. NEAK :LAURA. road bridge.'FIRS DEPARTMENT. >-"J' V t,
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Dr. Win. A. Hammond. I. '
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by all the authors who have i the Emperor Tiberias at Rome, they Office:No. a Masonic Block. i-tr THE,POET'LONGFELLOW. VV ? TO EVERYBODY ChiV Engineer! -Junea H.Horyn .'tl',' V ;

wriuca cpon the citrus. There is not i were in the.custom of putting melonS WRIGHT V James T. fields.U. S WHERE WILL BE FOUND X Steam h'AMI.Wlc-J'oepbKamck.Fir Engine MechniJa-The_- J.MottFore V ''

one .to does not confirm the fact I in boxes of wood which were portable A.O. S. SURVEY ,OF THE WEST. If h genuine; article in the & I .I
e S VS you wt a way f Cigars
Jhat those pUnts had been very rare : and 'which were carefully exposedto I ,ATTORNEY, 4W.RiAdBIOd4V (With Map. Under Lieut.:G.M..Wheeler, .': ., Alert&aa How 9team No.Fir 1-1PTtlIiam C. C.Vandergriff,Bayn.Foremaa.--Foreman. ,

in lulr! and in France for a the sunshine winter Iiider I THE HORSE. AMERICA. A LARGER ASSORTMENT Wjnes.' Liquocs. ,&C.,go to V "' -. V, V Phoenix Hone'.J-A. J. -.l, '. ''.3 J
long during 'or. Fla. : V
while and Bsc'Jaai'ini. Illuslratdd.) Discoveries by ProfO.. C.Marsh. V 'I I. V, : ;L ]. B TOGNI., Ametkua Hook and. ladder CoTv.* Wilson, uj
that Liguna was the only to make them ,ripen before the Win :", .. 1 Foreman.
practice In the different courts diSc Setat. Collecttons SAFETY AT SEA. OF. -. 1 V' V V V BANKS. V
nmtr> which made ttea a matter of natural season. This! sort.of hot bed dromptly attended to. 7-1 8tfK. (Illustrated) Iron steamers that will not sinlu ,: V' VL V I J' .-. VS D.G.Amhlrr1.Banking House. Bay"street T.IL V : :1 !

commerce! from early times Sicily was protected from cold by sash filled These interesting Lectures and Letters,'with a carey .4 .; ;, STATIONERS', SUPPLIES. ; :'. V V V Mazey. Cashier. .. .
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the kingdom A. rATTttOH.A.; B. MEEK. report of the important Papers read at the April I' If.you wish to take recreation in a good; game o First N.'iCllllll B*nk of Florida,corner of 1'1De and.,,.
of Naples, }ud cukivaW with diaphonous stones, (sjieculana,) meeting of the National Academy Sciences at Wash. ; OJ -t t -.: i V'V ;--FM "'. : fonyth sts, Js$:M. Shoemaker euhier. V V
Saloon
; Billiards '.
probably before Liguria the cim which took the place of our crystalsof & MEEK ington and at the May meeting ef the American Oriental **.. : -. ;go'lo .TOGNTS, ,Bay street, Florida&>vrag..Bank. Ocean street, J...,Paine V ',,J V
PATTISON THAfc FoUNDm hetid.nt.l.C.
Society at Breton,are published in full in THE IS .TO HE Gircley. Secretary. .
and ., ,
orange; but in spite of.the glass, but it does not appear that TRIBUNE EXTRA No. iOw Price in sheet form 10 7 V -J. f' IH: '' HOTELS: 'S

advantage ad of the climate this culture fire was used to warm them, and that V ,ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. cents circular: in pamphlet giving full so cents'detail. or of seven the for CO|tents i. of,aH' ,,, "'" "' ( ",4'S S V I:V ;, ,:' I" 'Grand.Proprietor.Rational Bay street, tear. hits Oe Mejinley. "-;,S'I S

In these been only an object of curiosity I only indigenous plants..ere put up in !ce, ReQua's building, JacksonvDle. F1a.. THE.TRW1JNk EXTRAS free by maiL ANY OTHER 'HOUSE'IN'FLORIDA. -, .. .Imported'. Bass Ale. on draoght., t. can" for it at.:]. B Toeni.Metropolitan Proprietor.Jfe *ran sUeet'Des- Bay;01'.;.B..,,' .

4ie1icious countries, confined to some i them, which were to be forced out of THE. WEEKLY; 'TRIBUN.E.', V TOGNI'S,. the Metropolitan Billiard Saloon. Oae B Hoa....streetnear.Bay Mrs. CX.L-%

firmed spots. This is a fact, con- season. It was, rather R. ;speculation P.E.. JOllN ON 'M. D., V .The Fa rmeft Favorite Paper, .: ... ;! ..; : V V '3- 53"EARLi JoffinetoD.Fiondm Horn Proprietress,corner, Vonyth.and Cedar streets,,,tier S

by most of the writers of tht of the cultivator ap an ornament( W.E..Stock well.Macaser. .,. ,S -'
PRICES 'COMPrn.VG'.WJTH
PRICES
12th and ijth HOMOEOPATHICPHYSICIAN uncDJa; '.'7': b-,.'. AT W '
these centuries who spcaJc of luxury for the. adorning of the ,gar. V Address TB Tuw:New York.THE1 l .VS V V t r V :t. R. 'FEDERAL omens. 1. 5:;n'-.

pJant5. Hugues Falcande, who dens. ':AND .SURGEON.: CHARGED: .FOK. :GOObs OF; THE SAME VV Collector ef Ciutoma. R. SCOT?. ,'. 'tit.IaY, .
-rott th.. _...1 _:.. _r .L ". V PRACTICAL Vputj Collector-C. W. BLKW. ; S
cH- wia vii me i'urinans in I It was after the introduction of .the Office north' side of Bay; 'Street, In'Dr. RoUsson'snew HEAVENS: AND THE EARTH: DESCRIPTION! ,NORTHERN CITIES. V inspector of Customs HIOO1SS. <. .,.. ., t- ,1
tffll from to observes citron into hot and i building next block cast of National lioulJ rv V V 4 PAINTER Poctmaster. S. ADAMS "
54 1169, Europe that greenhouses Igpd ; .; ., ;AND. PAPER. ;HANGER.. .
.
c .oJ. Collector Internal Bo-.enA.A. XXIGirT.." ."
are .. :. '
"J tumies and '
/
and constructed. Paladius : V -
were : .
oranges Sorrryor-Oenera--J.W
GILBERT '
indicatath I 8i. BA5VETT/ 'S. ., .. ."I17E1 INVITE V'V; .Haring decided to'reside here permanently will be c.&hllft'-mos..1IdnIUUY. S tI-.t' -
as being singular plants, speaks first'o( those coverings apropos CALL :. :, dad u receive orden from all requiring work, done iau '
,
those .
CUlture TRIBUNE .EXTRA NO UGRAINING.. TT. s. ciEcurr,comr. : if'
was Very rare- Nicolas of the citron; but he' "does' not"de.5Cnl V. LAW 9, .,, THEAT'I'ENTlON.O' / .> Judge-PHILIP 81t1L. V

the Pecialis, in the P3531 6 describing them., Florcntin, who wrote ', '':. '.- 'iN"," f.I"f'' .1 : V V V H: : .. Vcr7JtpTNTRY'pEAL1Rs- .. ;5 GLAZING, and KALSOMININC Attorney--.J. B. C.DREW.-. . ;'. 1"V' '. .
Marshal COXAKT.
V
destnti : done in the best '
1 by the besiegers in the after him describes them OFFICE-Is Reed's Building: up stairs.IT manner. V 'Ierk-PWLIP 't. 5
?! probably, ... CON rAINS SIX LECTURES ON ASTRONOM; ; : :: WALTER .

cntirons of Palermo, regrets the de- minutely, and says ,that t. !in his time 'lACKSONVILLEFU i... .' .t '- ,' -:,' Ie will Orders receive left. prompt at Davis altmtion.REFERENCES& Drew's. Furniture WbrChmue U.8.Begister in"Bontrnptcr..FBASER < .J
ltluctioD of I ,:., 'I .. .
the .MR. RICHARD A. PROCTOR VV_ '' V : 'J '
orates or trees of sour the citron trees wete covered with ; V '
'hln, ahkh McLAUGHLIN ... ',: < ..-; '!' ii" '! COUNTY, AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULi
:
he ; .
regarded as rare I roofs of wood, which were put over l RICHARD T."SVJ '" : : TURALSOOETIES. >-'-< V S

Palace Plants of which adorned the delightful them in bad weather, and that were S REAL. ESTATE AGENT. III.II. COMETS THE SoVs AJTP F.UOL'I"METBOKS;FLAimt AND, ';JTHE-, PUBLIC; -'GENERALLY.To'. -', ',V V V OUR V )Jacksonville S: I.B.IDGw.Fla ..Esq." and' XLROMKSOK., ..Eat Nothing can Je more effective,when properly man-- > .

Cubba. Bloodius Flavorus, taken off as occasion required to ad. f&il-iJ I IV. THE Mooti.V. V l' STOCk.' AND. UCiT-'TRAbE.. '.., '.' VS(. V 1-: aged than these societies in embodying concenttati gr ,
Florid e'
aIrflO1LhC me century middle of the follow. mit sunshine and,air; they were protected .AH sorts of_ Real' 'Estate bought" and sold,. ; Money invested. > VI.V.,Bret WOJIIIDI AND OF GEOwm TBS STAE prnu DJTTHS SuLks-STSTEM, VV '. H... '' : i .' :otf' ; : V V and properly practical directing eftccts.public sentiment W. recommend far the accomilishment the fcl--**. V

the COast speaks of the oranges of against too much heat as wellas I, ..Taxes. paid.Titles examined., The Extra also contains lectures delivered.at the An. S I 1EALTHSWEALTHV V owing short and simple lurm of Constitiiiinn and By-.':1 1

of Amal6 as being a too much cold. This luxury I SR&w BT rniussioK William' oerson School on Fcnikese Island but. never before pub NEW 'TRBUNEVV Laws
P1ant "bicb new against to Astor. Esq., lished. V -AND-j ;which,fcr many years baa served the purposes ;

lcitutific had no name as yet in was destroyed probably by the barbarians New Lewis Yorfi H. V keidner.: Ex-Oor.Philadelphia A. G., Cur; n.W.Bellefbnte Stokes Boyd pa.;, V B/ PROF. LOuis AGASSIZ.I. 3' ,. ,;I". .. .:. V '. '" :; '.:. V c/very!targe and successful' society abroad,'as amply.;\,' "5

the language, and he 'celebrates because Pierre de. Crescente, Philadelphia; D.G.Ambler.Banker Jacksoaville Fla. No. XXI. Whitney.Higgbson Elliott.. Lovering, ,. ,: ; f. suffidenl ibr all ordinary farmers societies or dubs; : .
Tucker. Boston. Mass. FIRST Lusom 'ToTwIA1D1i1S0x SCHOOU '- RECREATION! ", "
Rem ItYI of Rapallo and of San who-wrote his treatise of agriculturein icnry j-sS-iy-pd II. THE ART bF.T&AonNG. ; LeConte;Manh.'etcetc.' .I ; V V r I \ I 1.-' .., '.:..'. .,,. COT1TVTIOie. V 4_ ,
: This
in V L shall hekown the
organUation .
as -Agricultural V
Liguria V III. THE BEST Boon STCDY.
citrus for the Culture of i too, in speaking of the citron, A. KNIGHT, S IV; CxjusincAnoii nt TO NATtrttAi HmoBT. No. XXII.. Bayard Taylor. fLetterS hat Egypt 5 5,. ".' :.' .ANDS F0'' V V 4 and Horticultural Sodety. '
tree ,
0 still rare in A I. and in sheet form )" I + II.Its object shall be the in of its members
Pierre de Italy. Lastly, speaks only of'the walls built to defend ., .' V V. Gua.u..HJSTO.1' pr THE COWTIHSJCT. .Iceland .only. V .M : I the theory and practice Agriculture.proveaent V
VI. NOTASLX WOEM VAEIOVS Tones.
eurestenzi, senator from Bologna against' 'the north wind, and; 0.. ifo.XXIII. ; .Hnxler.OwenMcCosi.J ORANGE-GROVES: COLONIES, lilt Its membersahail consist such persons sssaaQ -.,
-ho wrote ATOREYLAW./ .. The 'nn luw-fHEaMig Extra takes, the number and -.], ',' -. .FARMS MARKETGARDENS receive a two-thirds vote .admistkm.. .and pay the "
io a treatise upon agricitlnTe some wrappings of straw .Bu: ill : place in TH*'TMBUITB Extra Series of the "Credit ," _01_dullar'admisaion fee and ODe doUara '"
1300 Mobilier be Price by j mall postpaid is> sheet form. lo cenn VILLA SITES. TOWN I -* --,
speaks only of the proportion civilization'and commerce Hoeg's Block. Extra. and will hereafter substituted kr tPreJdca&Scaetar
as o. up -. -ivit '
tItrat o each In Akt so < I : 'officers shaH consist of Vr' -*
there is that la the"library foe One Dollar unless otherwise F.V c.etl1S V I' ; J 'LOTS: a President.
oC the DO mention whatever acquired more extent and .aw1y." : 5; Jacksonville..Fla. ordered. Price postpaid to any address in the Voiced V : ,Treasurer and Librarian fwbo l -
lemou .
: address nFTEEKEXTRAS FOR 'z. v. shaH comtitute the Ex.Committee. Chair-
or : States to cents copies U one )and
V : The ; twenty ,t.o.
(these range. 'culture wealth, fruits and trees became.more! FbrV-.SALE ON SANFORD'S.GRANT.. mea ol Standing Commuters,.aad shall be electeianDually. -.' .
: Iree only !begun to be climates V iThe Series of I4T JSCVE- Extras now pubH h- j Send for full catalogue',,with oai' of/each. num.Address .
In '
after. "
dgeneratiy prac. sought temperate A.t.rESING', : ed. by mail to any address in the United States for One V V. Its meetings shall be held monthry;and at inch
ak, in the 14th century in they were cultivated, in' vase which. j Dollar Circulars giving. details of THE TMSUWB Extras '. "THE TRIBUNE E,New York.) ,. L.JLMOOR.E.AGIDIT.Sanford. other times ana pbces ,as thc President. ssay deem ..
COuntries, but it Respectfully cans the auentian of the ctdsent and saer- free. 'Address TIB .. _Y III'k.I V V V S .. V necessary tat the Society.VL .
SOr extended in were deposited i in"winter in caves or chants to BRAUTIFUL SOAP he manufactures.It V This Cooift.d.maybcamendedatseyie. '!.
ia the .Si arts and luxury advanced cellars but in cold climate ,these is the best Washing Barber and.Toilet Soap ever J-Now Is the time to subscribe for TBE'WESXXT "THE CENTRALSAI..ESRbQMS .- S ar meeting;said amendment having been proposed M ,
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1iQtiO .. This Soap Is pot up ia boxes 'ntaJIoths Single copies one'JC8I'T1 Copies A. thep.eilouaaicetthg.V 'l Sj1ITLAw ,
D f Europe. Thc apartments had to be warmed',artifi-i 4 'JO. to one sfldrcM.each and extra copy to the gcttcr-up. .. :.' V
V crallzt Sought Orders should be addressed'toA of the dub. Specimen copies free;' V JACKSOMVIILE,FLA., March 3111,1(74.JHE : $. V !11'
: at first .
beauty ,DOt only cially on necessity. { V BUESIVG.Boa 7,1,- Address THE TEISWXE,.New-York I AN "AUCTION AND' GENERAL' COMMISSION'' V'V .. 4 V S 1. The'President shaQ preside aU lpolthe'rj" '

quaIitlor of j its, foliage and .tbe It 5j is difficult V to 'say when these 5-l6tf., V ,Jacksonville, JTa, h _. ,I" V ". .:HOUSE.' .; ..,. SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Society and Executive Committee,and power to:;

ita j fruit, of which the *juice houses used Jot SHERMAN,;; V V 1 V cafl..II.The .& than have' like- with tn
first W' power
were
Laura will IB State for S
oranges.V Ba treet.near ,' a fewdayi', appoInt a Agent
S1lsed I. V
1 medicinally, but still : IVERSON ; s. i'V V V ." 'V"S the President and.shall preside,during hfr absence or-<'
The I fiod a : '
more earliest .indication
; DOBBINs& : "
: aroma of its passage : : TERIOR: : D5
"h"G; C6icncea-ere blossoms, from in the ,History of. Diuphiny ? ,: ,. ,'.I .. ; ,. V .V> AND V ,, '; V SALE.every SATURDAY.TQ '6' S .* '4V' ;. "- V7* .1 I the Society,ry'sb and conduct correspondence.record the proceedings. 'Wr .

actans15 tb made. The phar which jatel:2J36: ,. where .i it ipeaksof GUN* :AND, LOCKSMITHS,;., UrHoSTERER. V V menu <.y: V" IV.The Treasurer shall receive all moneys and pay'V?'"

1 te juice of the l tQon Prince Humbert buying twenty rootsor ., ,.; ..< ;01' ; Wjolot'' : lf.MAYCONCRN ':: Afl communications directed to me,care of Henry A. out the same oa the written order of.th*President..- ,.- .
composition ::.CDR.. LAURA AND CHURCH. STREETS.REMBKANT -. ; ...- .- >s VV4V i 5 i V "VS 1 ,V. MeetingssLaH'be held oa the first Saturday ofeacfcrnanth.

and ,t custom of bf medicaments, ( his palace 'of Vienna where)' he ALSO.,EUCCTKaPLATINC} AND, ftf i$$, ,: I ,;4' t. 5JtDV, J 'I 4, ",1 :rr ,' ; L -. .he a. O X.'Engle: Secretary th.lja} hd...wOreceive :. 0&1)---. S V *, f. ,1.S. S ,*>
t it seasoning' rneat fast have bad t6' them againstthe ,. S' & D I lave this.ar chancres' Steamer, t. ,..' '
tt protect DAyIS '
Cline' frofn \ .{.. J" ." luh.p 1Ila. .J G LOI"'Y:1Her : l'.. ." ''ft.t' S ;. WAHAto&pt.: ROBTDARDISV The due attenUon.' -- v Readinf of mlnntes of U.ineedag.F. -'V j.'.':

nri3, 1'<'cotc Palestine i into Li. cold of Austria. f think .th 1 :. .' "..' ".1 I .r.l .r.ih.J:; I1a..J myself,wifl not-rcspesrihUJor any debts he.u'l : fnW'U- ;.cWti'1rl4lt *!.?lf.l :;1'. aj Report olS Coau.; ".v-j j!'r31 ,'
and Sicily and midd; "<. eoBtrscifornar.i. ,'; '' l' ..". -J Unfinished ? '. j
lrzte4 .
1D tb.e pcoe. must have been known jn-the: T%JCTCrRKS copiei. and eoUifed. ,..it WOOD.. .It.mcX. : PIY&ESt7WOODBIC ., : ?' 2V4VFPI *H.I., HA. ; .1 JJ1 \ V,4,News Business V'Essay;jPisG ssoa r Report of .
"' <. imcr, f or 9tl| Y. _. of the i4tbccnrrury la-France. There f\un\ !" -I.t.': "..1i M "'" i 1 & ;'*"*- .IU; ,". .'. ." & J1 Sept! ai .174.r4 .. t4 it _;z1iv H. Slr S tasdingC'i._h : 4. V V .
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1' Ir 'THE NEW SOUTfi. ..Iii The'>tsturbance.ttLtve Oak. : ; v Qo WorVrGbei V Brvey_ r Ptadars va Goubers-Raising, Hos",-. wblclTEas; been 'devofecTthe labor of .I -.1nSCE NEOu STEAMERS. -

and
harvesting

r J '-.A A.. We insert a communication to the I When such men a are enumerated MODEL FAD, near Madison. Fla., > yielded planting the, working total amount, of three hundred LATE AND MARBLE W\V YKANFERNANDINA 1"

; *>W.. K.CAKKVTH. I Iv ADAMS,CARRUTH & CO. Sentinel,with the editor's preface thereto. below put their hands In September 29, 1874. J SEdW. and slxLy.f ur pounds of short cotton S .

& ii C_. .. "KELtimB."M\lDIt J The Sentinel says: an honorable% and ascfaiVbrk( thel grllT:1Ae eer/,,of ,"which was hauled t to'town'on Wednesday ,. MANTELS

r Thu communication from Oak nee September last, and sold at three and one- GRATES ANDrENDEii. &C.
$ Live h little fear of their -- 'looking or 26, leads to believe that a greatmany _
r : J. S me Tho producer
ADAMS. EDITOR. half cents pound.
e V! in another column is from the pen of a faltering in their We con- entertain the opinion that per Terra Cotta Wire Drain Pipe &c., .
.
; = : == : =:= -- Democrat, and therefore, according to t'ntrris. persons made his calculation and ;ascertained I i '
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&, TO CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. the Floridian" creed, is much pore' grt1at! the ti4: couityf ; p t z pindars and.gonbers" are one'tlngun- that his l&sj amounted!td three/dollars '5- ..I ]. L BtTKCH. ,- STEAMSIIIPlUNE! a

.;-i L 4 : firms.f Local interest arc xiiicited Iron all para of the worthy credence than if'written by a and 'trust we may often receive good der t\O. bl es. -This'wa and twenty-six cents on land rent, and

I State. ALIo, commuuicatiucu uo sulijectx) general until I came to Florida four years ago. in cotton .,. -. ,
increased "
that knowledge '- "
$. iA&crc.a&espcdaUjr educational sucial and < S ..-
) Currespondeiiu shouW In AJicolturait' is his only against his
nakc their
it.
letters truth than As planting set''Cft'
::i brief M thefactanddrcumstanc .iUpcrik. as poetry our correspondent and Fruit,G owers'. ; it a much smaller} top, and A comforubte home win be given to a middle aged
*1)) 11 W* are .ot NIIpOMILlet opinious ea Mcd by >a\sj -" The time has come re8pcl .I think, four times 1aburexpended-La1e Cty P1'U8.The"U. or elderlr lady, of undoubted respectability.liD.quiet fl&NANDINA:FLA..OcbntMEDIATOR
ouracmpondcnt 11'u.
*. Rejected manutcripts pr can neither when tuch things should be done away At a meeting held at J.sbul on the yields, a Si Signal l Station'J3'to'ber& neighborhood in Sour Florida, 1a I return for the instr. -
; much It is as easy to harvest five ,ctkm. in branches,of two cha Wren. '
be returned 26tb of of fot primary
preserved. September for
Amuiymuus contributionswiU with in the South. i thq purpose movedta St. Marks about, the first of '
,.
4L1 not be noticed. bushel of goubers'as one bushel of pin Address /:'F. It.-Pine Level, zo-,tf ,
rt: LIVE OAK. Fla., October 21, i87-1. organizing'a c'nty Agvicutunsts''and! There d theJubn next month.-the. proximity of the station Capt.SMITH. .
Fruit Grow dar\ are no pops among
Association the folloWIng
t -
; 4 Editor SttltiSn t of. the opposition lt and they will yield largely'.on Jacksonville. rendering, the, present 'W' ANTED. .
THE ELECTION. would have the gentlemen entered,their names nsrnerpers. ,
newspapers good is and sandy lor station of little benefit loathe pepartine'nt. VICKSBURG

L How Duval people' believe that the attempt to as- 'VIZ.: Colonel Thomas C. else ; to but poor land suits )anything Sergt. Ambrose' Wolcbtt .and A lady graduate experienced in teaching and skilled ,'' ,
0 County Endorses LTanier- ; ;
J. Bank. good ;
His Ex- assasinate the .Republican{ speakers at Judge J.,11. Goss, Dr. ben private Joho Cooly' hare been on duty ,. :Capt RUDOLF."WEYBOSSET.

-. .fLt-* .- ceUency & Co. Live Oak a few'weeks ago was all a night, J. C. Love, Major. E. Drake, best. They than will make with les"clt. at this post'many months and 'by their ,ia drawing"and painting,derire a situation !I. Florida..Address. >

Durkee Probably'Elected Senator-Ask joke and that no man of standing had Captain A. J. Fhares Dr..T R. Milam, vUon the .pindar. They gentlemanly, deportment have, gained ,EWING. ,
sown broadcast late as July 15 with ;
,
J. E. Borders J. R. II.
: Mawbeyi: anything to do with or. sanctioned it.Will Cunningham, results. a naany skunks
II. Duncan A. Fox Dr. Gaston Dlke.J. good .Crow, opossums, .. .
threatsof -
those papers explain why their wish them successin t
departure '
5 cI i The election J. Gil bons W. Hacker., Z.'J..Cot- &c., do not prey upon them.a they do ling Thes steamers sail from
passed off yesterday'ina violence made the New York,Pier
\ were publicly ou life and pleasant associations at, their COAN .North
; upon pi dars. As food for.stock they ; v.J'USTICE
"
i creditable btrcets before and after dark towards tie), Z. T. Alsobrook..V; V. J. W.L River, vA from Fenundiaa
1'n's Railroad
D'p'\v ; : Preys. \Ta
tery manner postLake ; f
everybody Adams and the II. Hill!, J. N. Withers, J.Cassatly. are about as good as cow-peas. I never City '. 'I "

; appearing to be in a perfect good humor Mr. ? Whywerepistol other Republicanspeaker shots fired Andy J. Casndy.P B. All> saw ''any coked, but some, people. eat SUWANNEK' CODNIT.' ,OF THE PEACE T ': l'I FIFTH DAY.

tI : and veiy little] tfleets oi stimulating under the WindOW and around the hi use brook and A.-.P.r RoerU. them dry., On the.whole, I Would ,not ourjarge)land holders.findit AJCD -

p fluids being perceptible anywhere. i where Air. Adams was stopping ? The The object of this organization: is to" regard the gouber a the cheapest food advantageous, to,them and,to the permanent NOTARY PUBLI'C.: For freight passage apply to '

'l;, further the industrial interests of th that can be raised for and really settlement of the.,county, to divide ,
i The officer the office is the building and hog --S.-
ut different precincts pta In same : HERM. CELPCKE. .
: there several in there ut county and State, aridiesprcinlly I, 'receive the most, profitable part crop, and their farms up into 40 and 80 acre Office in SOLARYE BLOCK,; Age .

I i M ere courteous and polite, and the sovereign : the tin.e were of the persons who and disseminate inf.rmltiun re.speeting I ilant cprri,''pVas: pindars, ,rice, rye,' tract's'and' only to! actual 'settlers, ? Corner BAY and PINE streets 5 JIiamut.. cw Tort.
: shooting, were
;; ; ,"J'.. :. people quiet and orderly in their in great learnt being shot and expected put the cultivation of fruits;anti to uatsl potatoes and. tob on my, little Many persons who come here for health S Jacksonville, TU.T .' Or W. J. WOODWARD

:' .f (induct. Ocuationally a little outside every minute to see 'some one. killed. net in" concert.with' .the..State organization larrup w''t. and to enjoy our fine climate would invest I Representing CH VTER & KING,A&eIICs,

r: :: I' joking t would be going on between the The window-fhuUers had to be'clused for effecting those purposes. The ,Your .*it1t "Florida Hogs" Is theirmoney.for.small tracts'of land >'"O VT BUILDING.' i' 10.10 sw tf Fcmandina.Florida.
,
are to' be a vice- true, but there are some exceptions. to make homes provided they ,
: 3 friend' of the various contestants ti;> keep the desperadoes from shootingin. officer preoident, 1 i upon,
t but Due this look like a joke P president, a treasurer, secretary and fire When.I/eommHiced farming! j in .1872, could get land at reasonable rates, but A. G. CHAPPELL. /CHARLESTON AND

( "L pood humor WitS prevalent in all the The truth of the; whole matter is that directors.. Dr.Gaston Drakn was elected and' a* I was helpless myself, and my they do not' want' to be'taxed, for large BAY STREE'r..nearthe Cable Crowing.,, FLORIDA

3) precinct, and all orders of special deputies some of the would-l Democratic lead president! Colonel T. C. Lanier, viespresident littl" !1M))1 (eldest not yet ten years old) bodies of unproductive, land.-Live, OakTimes' JACKSONVILLE, FLA. STEAM PACKET co.

; Mr. Cunningham treasurer could do but 'little except attend to bogs, ;'
; : or poliiTincn weru promptly obeyed ers san-tioned it and.urged it on; One -'
\v. Hacker secretary and Dr. Mi lain I resolved to make hog-raising a Every decnptkm of Boat biult in the most substantial r-
l last about 12.SO
without man in particular took a prominent : pc. Thursday p. m.,
a murmur by the parties to partin Mr. Borders, Pbare Mr. Ad- Captain ginning4 belonging to
I : getting up a feeling against My
whom they farrow by a fine Berkshire and anothersow
.' were addressed. and Dr. Bauknight: directors.On CHANGE
OF
t. ; ams on the street. He said: publicly on Mr. E..F.: Henderson, caught.. fire jt is AND YACHTS.: SEHEDULE.

:. : .J., The polls were formally) opened at the streets tli.-it) if Mr.Adams put his foot motion Colonel Lanier, Judge were 1 not f arrow by a big had Iuinea >If they and supposed from matches in the cotton are sufficiently well known to warrant ate referring The steamers

: :, :. eight o'clock and closed at sundown. I on the ground, that ho ought to be Cassady,and Mr. Duncan were appointed pure they which was being ginned and in a few :to their owners'a*to my skill as a wortmn.I .-' '
of I have the DICTATOR AND
; ,:;r:: At nine thra icd, and that he would do it. lIe committee. of three to draft by-laws. appearance being ,So. moments the whole' building was' in i have now fur sale a IICW',28FqoT CITY POINT

o'clock in the evening the result publicly threatened personal violence to A motion .wastuade;and carried to direct pure guinea and the cross. The cross flames. As soon'as the alarm was given Until further notice wfll sail as follows;
.;, ol thcrvarious the to"send i is best. I hire a man each year make : YACHT
of
precincts announced 'secr theproceedings ,
was copies
,. .. .. Mr. Adams. -tary t the, citizens rushed to..tho. spot and THE STEAMER DICTATOR
J ,, as follows : One of the ringleaders of the mob said of this meeting to the Pa. corn crop, and the,boys plant potatoes, worked nobly ''to, stay ,the' flames and built with particular reference to the St.Johns nver. ,
(1.. goubers, '&c: for the 9-30 dDEPOT CATTAIK LEO VOGEL
c until Herald and Florida squashes hogs. I the planing mill and furniture
.1 "boI'I that if Mr. Adams staid hero dark latkL .griculurt prevent
Suffice i il the have furnished Win.until
"_ to hogs further
e noice.lea..e CHAR ,
4 their say LESTON
.a ; 4.'rD = he would bo taken and A request which but short distance
.I' t P t out whipped. shops. were a LUMBER Y RD. TUESDAY eYCni .and SAVANNAH WEli
1 meat 'and lard and have
or us we exchanged every
: 'I."ft J. : at-< 0-J is ."._. few dais 'after the occurrence he said :The organization adjourcd to meet on from the gins from taking fire. Had ICONTRACTORS' NESDAY afternoon for FERNANUINA, JACK
.
Y. I. C' ". GO the 10th of October. meat or hogs for flour:, sugar, SON V1LLE.; PALATKA and Intermediate Uadii
: 0 the wind been single >
; C = 5 that it was reported that he shot at Mr. not favorable not a AND p.
rIi' BUILDERS
!-=' r-:. .= 1"..F <: to Adam lie said that he did not, but GASTON DRAKE; President.WM. syrup iud nearly ,everything else, that building would have been saved, as RETURNING
: have this either
we bought year :
"f'J J p : ': .C"O. -S would have done cuuld he have had achance. A. HACKER. Secretary.The dr but 'fcryittle.wate was to be hadIn
so WILL
FIND A
.
.
: ; Dul.
't'I,1t; c.. fJi Z u.ulo n, fnl..ipQ '" ... .
,. oR. = "' -' all Will leave PALATKA every FRIOAY monrinc.and
snort tho tell ana
a time building in,
: .,,.',"iii' f. . < i Business Outlook. us in family. Indeed, they are our dependence FULL.ASSORTMENT Of, )Ac.KON'II.LEcyefJ SATURDAY norni, T
i '5. ._ =_. --M A pious old deacon and loading Democrat : that was in it, was a burning mass Mr. to suit the tide to kNANIJIN.osame day.a ,
and "
have 'as
we now
- .1 I. fj ;I" .. . i". t F- forgot the teachings of Christ, and The few failures recently reported hogs I' hare and I pretty have Aenderson' informs us that his loss is DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUM HER. !n SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON nayS1.N-
- .GO.
).b ever seen
- ... '1 . .__ said they ouirbt to catch Mr. Adams and among our mercantile houses have a three thousand dollarsMas his insurance MOULDINGS AND .SAWED DAY.

; "I 'J 4 -- p. -tS I kill him. The Democrats pretend to begreat brought to the, surface.the usual crop of seen, I believe, every variety that Scfloh.I have was small.. About nine hales of cotton PINE SHINGLES TIlE STEAMER CITY POINT,

.., 'F' % S S2 S332SSiso : luviTi* uf! peace, order, and quirt- 1 Miniu-niongers[ '"who, with elongated ever read of except' the English were in the'building all of which, together ,CAPtAIN J.,W. FITZGERALD.
". All the Northwest I have
I". ". ) tillu.nJ but it in Suwannee i "rjsage and waggjngi head, significantly through seen with the .anll CHEAP FOR CASH AT
4 ness, seems county them under the favorable circum- gins belting machinery p Win leave CHAR LESTON every SATURDAY eing. -
most
'.p.1: tI c .-.co 1.1._ ', I .:2i they are the first to break it. I hint h at all sorts of. fUsasters to follow, were destroyedl:-Lice: Oak THE DEPOT LUMBER- YARD.- .SA VAN N A H every SUN DA Y afternoon FtRNANDINA. -
-1 .1- s Mine 'are. mostly blak,,aDd I
Q .i ,
JACKSONVILLE PALATKA
"I ', ,. The tune has come when such things I claiming that the dull and unremuneratiye tn"elt Times. ud
: \ of'' trade have never had a sick one. I hace'kneighbor Lumber delivered in all parts of the city and Intermediate Landi35aS.
course the vicinity,
t e_4.4' .c phauld be done away with in the South: during past year
;
I. tI c -T 0. 3aJna who has the same breed; and and at all landings on the river, at low rates AU or-
JJ.o.c cJ .C.. -.1 tVe have hit enough of it. If men,c.iu't must bring a large number of our apparently he sells from JACKSONVILLE. RETAIL MARKET.. den receive prompt attention RETURNING :

tr.1 b have the record their firms to the ground 5,0 t 5,000 pounds -, LOUIS J. BRUSH
ear to : of party strongest of meat anniaaly. not [Corrected, Weekly.. lIMitswi, wIn leave PALATKA neryTUF.5DAY "morning
and also pamper my "*"'' '' M.rch.6 274.NOTIc.E
I. tp 8 t .o 'XqMJ S shown up they.plight to sty, away from improving the opportunity to FOWLS-CAM B. ; JACKSONVILLE every WLDNLbDAY morning to

: ..r. '< co It 0 oiIi public A bet men thLtwi : work upon the well worn tbi' ie'"f an hUg'and much of the time they only Venison,per Ib... -._-.-- 1561 ad suit the tide, FERNANDINA ium day.arriving attJriAKLEa'lON
places. man of corn each daily. They ._.___ and SAVANNAH THUKS-
eveiy
governmental 'financial Chickens, per pair... ? 50 & 70 ARI.
threaten thrash kill
I" to : or I'unsount polcy. Chickens half _.._ A. DAY. .
4 t t: 0= 00 U3PA\OU are always fat but they will not grow rou D per pair 40(3 6u
(I -1 Ce ,.i i-p-. L r.u. lur words spoken'are"nut fit to liven Te mass of our merchants, \ much when Turkey. each(few; iu Uie market)__ fa co O a 50- THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OF LADING -
.
i :i free government. are; des- appear not only' well able to take care they are not fed jiberallyiThey Turkeyk. small, : ?.?,' ." ,__ 150(1(175( ( GIVEN TO NEW YORK, Pr.ILA-*
: .... toO C They of "are"good.] grazers, and beggar-lice Wild Turkeys each ....-_ x 50 < r 1 4 co- G.:;, .C'j 7JI;: Cd -- .I.W puts at hln. and 01 trgl'uus'lird f free of alarm, 'cs, but are cndlnlJ entirely or Indian clover helps them very.much. Partridges,each-__?__ ; -. .. 10@ i jFISH. To our.Exchanges,'Publishers, and. Printers' ,aIL, These S earners connect with FlorUa Railroad l atFernandina

Good and true men never fear to have O'cr. suspensions Summer ." .Jacksonville,Pensacola Mobile XaUroad

L: ... 'i .t ....I Co I,U\JJ n their acts and deeds criticised ,by. public thus far reported. This is because S1u.bc are cheap food 'cokc'dor Mullet, per string.Sheephekd _.____ :_ '5 @ at Jacksonville M.JuhVs Railroad at Tocoi (UIM.
.Q", 4'c '"0 X.. -t: oJ speakers or editors. i in nearly"every: case has been fihmd 1:1.\ cook for mine but ,per string_____ 20@ 25 TilE ANSON' HARDY Augustine,with steamers at Palatka for MeQenviUe

newspaper LYE OAK. that the unfortunate firms either would do so if' the boys were large Bass, each.. _;____ 25 @. .50kLtlI. for Enterprise the Ucklawaha arid the river.upper SLJohns.and with steamei ifBROCK'S
10-11
i hal .
.
their i enough tu, manage it, and was.able togtt Latest

.i C1 WOto 11..t II-I tI'J31iU u\"I b I will La remembered that at the take neglected Itgihiitt eSto a Prindle Steamer. They net Bacon;C. R.per Ib__.. _... 18 t@. 20. Improved. 5-

t a venture SJltling outside 100 wi Beef mess,per Ib-...---;._, IO@ JS
time of the at eight months .
ablTo occurrence, froma s nktbeirmo e)' operations.which pounds My mica Fulton market. Ib.__. 16 II 18 PAPER AND CARD CUTTERS.I LINE
per
: n 'tUU3Jl! { little sous have thesole, management of ._... .._.._
.- ,, 44- 8 t,o 1. I Co_ disinclination to injure the reputation of t ( accustomed, or by miscalculation Mutton.(scarce)pcr lb. .15 @ 16 or
____._.'
4 them I Pork. Ib. 14Ciit 16
I as am 'ofteii confined to bed per have resumed tht manufacture and sale of these
my
,
't 'or bad : bad ______.
.z the Slate or Suwannee county for orderly management .ac Ham.per Ib. i66i 20
C, tI .. tI. I;;'.Qoa ( cumulated of 'unsalable from one to three weeks at a time.. FlorIda Shoulders per ioMH.M__ ..._. u i .12 Machines with which my name has been so long identified RIVER, STEAMERS. .
..'r KlC. C : o L; -1 00 anti decent conduct, we alluded which stk be longer carried goods ought- iso, a large surplus of White Bacon per Ib___"._.___ IS Iit 20 ,and'so extensively circulated i lor the past fifteen

.4.' J very lightly to this. m.atrer, .but since we, Trade has without doubt been beyond meat, and I am glad you have 'mooted V10VB.., years; and _Mackintt" of my tnanufut rt vnllhrrtaftcr

to tI : g 'qJnrr have been all dul ,the subject.-: find"that most people White.per hM .------ 10 @12 SO tt m+rktda tkatum- my ilbatrattd tiien SUMMER SCHEDULE.
tor thus far ..__ _._ -
C Co _
0 .I : "11,1 asait 'intodltiof eXp'cttion here hold the erroneous that Extra kcd.per bbl. ,9 @10 far,with my name ttmtf tuUrrtf fit Ikt'caitixf.My .
Ii J cowardice and falsehood and the margin profit at the best only opinion one Superfine,per bbl.--40.11..7 .ty 8'
iriSamatoty speech 'and'f;
: These I the official breed of is' good another if Corn sack-.___. imAY"APRIL a'th.ilie M_
are turns so farMS fair but hogs as as Me-d.per 3 15 @ 3 Bo latest PAPER O
the Improved Iron-frame
to cause of this CUTTER of this line will leave N barf
in Democratic very c1l1- Hominy sack..____ en Shipyard doily
fed well. Thisis pcr. 3 aj @ 3 85"Apples' ,
.uI. r(e*'h',1. Tbo precincts of Gcigt-r's the heehl.tho'Fo ness is C'Iearlyjtraccablepne of the as great mistake. with patent moveable catling board two'alkceel tempered (Suaday ewepKJ),at 8 o'clock A M..for '

f Yvllow BlnfT, MAndsrin: and Baldwin ridian. Live Oak Times and Jacksonville healthy" features oi( the position. Wo I you wi take one of" my stock and a per' dot. _. __'iRcT.- ',.'' .I. 30 40 knives and squaring board still holds Irs posi

b ? rt'main to be heard Union, we copy the.above representationof refer to the cautions band-to-mouth policy landpiker, at ,weaning time, Limes. Pr'r du'..,_._ *_____ -10 6A 13 lion as the FAVORITE PVPEK CUTTBJI AMONG PKJXTKR5. :PALATKAand

from, but t'uelr'ag the from Democratic witness. adopted by nearly! (' of and treat them alike, either pen them or Le_.per doz.'sc. @ '70 .and the best,machine in .the market. for the low
will bo-so matter a classes buyers Bananas, fachi.i, iiii ../.ii.i'.: intermediate landings and rcrtrn same day.
: gregate neatly divided as not: ,. being based'on a close cal- let them run at large, and feed lberUy. 3 6d. 's' price charged for it.
:1 order
: to ruatiTlailjr affect the gvnoral result- culation actual grants and ability to or abun'dan'ty, mine wi Corn, bushd-._. GRAIN.__ S 1M'lallst Impmtd'UarJy 'Card Citev 'if pro- Through steamer IOtrI
per -- 125@30 .
I { not more than fifty votes certainly.I Gen' Longstreei's Solution of Southern lucct indebtedness maturity, prudence m any age ands Oats,per bushel T......-_- ,_ : ... .,t 10 jg$ t.ia Doiinced the M0STDSIRA1L1' CABD'Cvrrsa R' in the t ENTERPRISEand
it is with .
'i.,! Difcultes. s:! seeming to dictate a dozen'-duplications any other good breed. Tho reovtsiois: I. fta-o-ket. for the general inca cIa printing office
1 The S \
Rfjmblicun majority l both on the chcrioh hard o of rather than the cross you mention would do.'well in Salt. sack______ 80 '
: Many feelings towardsnil purchases making up per i @ a aj m Mil-known Rugfltt'Gird Ctitr with my' Intermediate landilfg.wili leave a.1 abov osi TMV
Congicssional l and Florida. The: Chester White is a great Butter; per Ib.-_ _. __ 35 40 day and and sail Salr.nrday .
county vote may the prominent men in the late Confederacy of immense invoices with no positive further North but Cheese, per Ib__ __. _.t.i__ 18 Q aa latesT improvements, I b still preferred by many printers evenings.Saturdays,, return WedjtesdUv -

r : safely be put at .}. .assurance that the distribution,would l berapidenough hog they are not generally Lard; per Ib-.., __._< 18 @ ao and hold its favoritism over other mad. Shippers are requested to * who have wisely' and honestly a success in.the South- The Irish ... ...
.
: to provide msa s'for Settlement Eggsscarce.per) dorJ. ;; ;: 35 ($ 40 For Jizcs and prices ICe illustrated circular the afternoon. .
accepted results that they cannot change, l when due. A gradual Grazer is 'a'Jrtt' 'hog also in a cane- Potatoes" ', Iriih.per.buthd.. _-' ---. a 50 (@ 3 co .tf J. BROCK.AjtW.
._
.Sweet _.
ico&Ic6 direct
The Campaign Ended. otlight brake S. Shipped from the. factory to any pan of thecun1r1 -
.1; of-Lonsiana -
but none can deny the vein of good ening out and cancellation of Onioni, per peck--_.?.?_ 70 fI .75 .

F: The,fact that at laist,the close of active sense"that runs through' following cont has also been going:on for' ome and Alabama. 'The Essex'does. tolerably -: DUES fluTe'' '- '' 'n. ,1/ FOR OKAHUMKEE. .

,
well in the South. I sent of ,f Orders solicited and can be filled by return maB. .
:; exertion in the thejndications l favor the belief a pair Peaches, per lb-..____ 15 @ 18' &S HARRIS,EUST1S AND CRIFFIN ",
I is '
: campaign reached,. from a 'recent address by Gen friend in Blackberries, b.: .. .
eU'al.t that the will close pigs to a Spar Ga.- and he per) -.j 3 (J.35 Address ,
wiJI; year on an unusually ('nrfyi b_____ __ ANSON'HARDY
CUUMJ uo grief to of the per .15.@ l6
>, .
any partiesspecially feral wrote that they much ad ,
\ rue
Longstreet: were .
emaIl ,.lipo pf bad ,debts,. The recent very SvNDIUIIS; : I. t SILVER SPRING,

-. concerned and will be welcomed I suppose 1 pretty-cordially hatedby. bountiful harvests must put' money intd wired. .ndeed. I doubt, ;If there' is any Wood S ,piiie,per cord .__.__,.,..'...,. :3,75' t@ 4 oq 7.tem.. : .. .Auburndale.Mass.TH.Es Anil Ocklawaha

I lithe. candidates. whatever its I .* certain p'roscriptive class'of Southerners -:the hands of the producer, which breed to bur wants, and Wood sawed, per cord_... ,L _.y s o' @.3 75 -.* S other. Landings. the I. .' Rlxcr.
1 pass had: it not been for the indifference n- Hay; Northern,per cwt......_;;..._ -._-I 50 (ci I 75' : '
results. Fur ourselves, we- are most but that cannot be helped. Mencan't ing l from him: to they local 'merchant, ifested the Coal. per ton' .-_.....?...,. i..>..-.10-00 @ia co !' REPUBLIC.-' :. : -Q -
.I ; all think alike and the trouble thence to the on subject .of hog-raising 1 _.... .. ." : '
j heartily rejoiced that the jobber, finally reaches our Syrup Horida per p14 : : ; !- ti @ So ; ;
._ limo when cir with the Southern' has wholesale dealers should have made an,effort to distribute Honey strained,per gal"..._."r"1 oo* .- ,' -. / / i,, -, -. The
t. I &j (-umstam-cs, the wishes of people always manufacturers and them '1 can raise'hogs allow, per Ib__'....'.._ ....<.;..-. Io12 A FIRST'CLASS MORNING NEWSPAPER. SteamerOKAHUMKEK..
1 ;. our readers, been that they won't tolernt.eany difference Importers.* The desiro to."settle"up'.'.is l proftablyin'; '

: ;H: and our inclinations all' unite in drawing of opinion. I God Almighty had therefore apparent. among all debtors, hal aero"'Jot in Live Florida, 'a -1 ---.- streets.Published.New in the York.Bennett,' Building"' Nassau.. and Fulton A. L. RJU Matter.W3I .

.' attention the intended all think alike He but those t Oak and engage in RAILROADS. "
; to manifold topics other men} just more particularly from the interior. TERMS -
,, 11 1j than political that might as well have made but one man. .. Takenaltogether the business ; raising fruit and vegetables, i I jive, I S S : at &leave;Jacksonville. every THURSDAY. moru '
: arc that
seeking I have decided and acted as I. J bought outlook, if: not remarkably i brilliant ; hope,to.dcmota.rate my as.s rtlD. .i in so PENSACOI AND. J3 per year',by tMiJ18-cel' '. ta per. "week j; by carrier*. ; : CEO FOSTER..Agent.
: 1 '
: } prominence (>If notice that JACKSONVILI.E 3 cents per copy. : :
of right belongs shows f:1ru enough for my- 'Jacksonvaie.Fh.. ,July 25. 1874 y- ssf.QAMUEL
and decided .t :
;' duly rquircd. other men are at no reason for alarm, and CO. .
: to them ; and we than most gladly liberty same. My opinion' is it is possible that with.theincreased Litter your lot well, and attrlour hogs ; ;* 'THE REPtTBLIC -- --- ---- --
6a '
"
.
? lo : and after SUNDAY"MAY Y '
'
: 1 '
have consumed the train -
I : : 7)-1874. I : > '
'p give our best tffui to their conhidcra- that the only true solution for Southern railroad facilities and probably'reasona! t ,will run as follow: B. HUBBARD,
:t' troubles is fur the ble freight tariffs fair bles, and rooted out the potato: patch ,. t .Csntaint. -
tion. Tho peculiarand people to accept cordially movement of :
I y emphatic deser and in good faith, all- the, results goods into the interior I continue a little corn ant the,jiops' from; the PASSENGER :TRAINS WESf (DAILY) FOR ALL;: III'.. NVS- .0);. THE DAY. : .
tion oi the llej.ublic.tn .may, . al SAVANNAH AND TALLAHASbEE.LeareJacksonville 1 fackswivifif, 'Fla.r .
cause by the Republican kitchen will keep'yoursow' and ;eight .
the .
of the : Y.
war including Wlnte'r"N. Republic1. t '
; I f'nstrl.tiunmelL Beingr Complete in all its departments,and furnishes _
:
Li i 1ier and its pig,, "s'these!, pigs 1,600pounds __auopinand 8aopm
; rgan gross
diligent L Oltl, the iTcts of Congress wi '.. &ldwio.4IO : prompt and ample reports of Importer and Dealer in
nttr 9:55'
',. anti per&Uent efforts, to defeat the Republican suffrage. &c., and live up to tem, lke Florida for Invalids. at ole'yelr ld.and' jfp'u will i J" Lake CitYt.-n..--7:10'* '11125 ft.in '1 '. CITY INTELLIGENCE .
; lots of the of '
save manure. people Arrive at Live Oak
men. If would 'do"thls 3:30
ticket .with .its specious and I they : If a perfectly equableclimate, where Florida will raise plenty of meat and Leave Madison .._; ,-,-__- 6:10 a m k ['FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARKETS IIARDWAREIRON AND STEEl,
,\1 :: zealous advocacy of the election courage Northern immigration'and treat a warmth and moIsture e. Muuticelln '...;..- l.\i':. .< 7:30 .
of the soothing combined some to sell, they must first get a good ,' ,_. .. AND POLITICAL AND GENERAL EVENTS
all whites and the Tfllyhatff-i.n. ;
men fairly, '-t..i--.T i- IOCJ- EDGE TOOLS, ABLE and POCKET
:, f. ;) Democratic .candidate have thrust upon troubles would be black less prevail, bcUesirabla f rconsum bretof bogs, and then not rely exclu N0 .QuillCJ.,___. .__. 12IO pm IN ALL
soon over
QUARTERS.
lives it, can be. found nowhere in the Arrive at Chau..hoochee.___. zoo CUTLERY,
.I us the corn-crib out plant ,
H ruorc prominent and extensive de- than five the South wouhl.be upon .
S
) ) Through'its
Southern States Special and
\'lir in Correspondents,Telegraph
; save south-eastern
.. "01 inn to'political discussion than w the enjoyment of prosperity than Florida. The number of I saahes, goubers, pindars, potatoes, PASSENGER'TRAINS EAST DAILY FROM Ocean Cable ",. Nails Glue. Putty, Glass,. Paints, Oils,
: S grater persons whom ., rutabagas, and,then turn.themon TALLAHASSEE) VOlt SAVANNAH -
before. The be
'. have desired ; but the treacherous desertion their people,enemies continued I saw during my journey >wbq had,migrated a field of beggar-lice when the weed ,AND JACKSONVILLE.. l Special care win be taken render" the'Republican. LEATHER BELTING.'RUBBER PACKING.

: j of were own wo.L to the eastern or southern Leave Chattthouchee._......._ Bureau at ,
,. those who In nil honor sec I I. young, saya; foot, high; they will do 6ao a mf
The whether be was traitorto PUMPS.
STOVr.s TINWAR
*
question H _.___ .. .CROCKERY. ,
tions of the State 8IO *
; ; ( before well'on Ollliwy j.m.raitTi. ---|-N WASHINGTON AND ALBANY. ,
and gratitude, .were bound tu stand I the South depended entirely on what mlny"y'eara it from Junetl frost. They /* 1 anahanK _.'.;jonMimninuL.iL a3opni
S last "more than half wit cdnsumptlon should alwas corn, I *." MonticellOw______ 4:50 Complete;interesting and thoroughly reliable. Lead and Iron Pipe,
,' fur the of the true Interests of the South were. JJtte a ,
cause ,
S a Republicanism, ,an J who are now and vigorous think'they are healthier.I ; Madison.! --, .--_- .?_, .;- 7zop. '
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1 havo constrained S ) 5 Uve Oak'! .1,11. ..._-4:10 a m and 9:10 FINANCIAL NEWS DOORS.SASH,'BUNDS.MOUiDINCS.SCGA
"f us to ; wan tmficient to! convince "of r .
a prominence I" me should like'to; learn from you or ', Lake CUy_.,.'...',....5:50alftand 11:15' |.W 1 -

; I', (f|>u'itical.matter, or the ,alternative ol; We find the following in tho last the great benefits derived from a residence ome of Jour Correspondent1! what vtri-! ." Baldwin.........._"9:00: a m and.to a m Such Markes.as the Banking.transactions Insurance the and Stock other Exchange: :Money that .:. . Mills. ,.Evaporators, &c.GaFitiing .

: :: there: Physicians all agree if Irish and what Arrive, at J;k4onTUle, .. .tpij. %.a, and, ,. 4JS ,. interest > -
: permitting H Republican sllenco that Union : th ety potato variety of '1 come under this important head,will be made,full and and Tat
:" would have the'conditions necessary,to insure p onion succeeds besttn Florida, sal have; TRAINS' iO'ST. MARKS.: mplece.' .: -S > 'Rt1O llr. Jetting,
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been No CHANGE dll
dangerous if not fatal, OF the ; admiral I ; SrJiII o".tI1-wt ;1.
ASE-Dt.aIifmli consumptive are '* PJ9vlded not been successful in .n > : ::* "
Our slon of the foreman -raising'either and LITERARY INTELLIGENCE AND REVIEWS, .
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fteadfiutness (Tuesdays" Thursday* Saturdays.
in this in the )
has
course offmjdwTniiuj chmato1resurcs'of the'pen- and I think it I is because I have Dot had -
formsr al to'make, the,county)', ticket was ,left insula. great of invalids I the f. Leave Tallahawe..." ._ .___ 10:15 aID Criticisms on Music the Drama Painting.&c.,win beregularly SALE. -
subscribers aumberl kind M. Stokes FQR
who out of itn usual place in SaturtIay's1ssae.This find the localities St. proper in Elor.idcs Arrive at St.Mark*.i7......'."......_'_.J-.''11:50 gireo.Impartially prepared by practiced pens. _
eeui to prefer a trimming subserviency: caused considerable along tt Johns I Agriculturisi. i Leave St.M rks__.;..,???.___11:53 j>m RIVERSIDE HOUSE
Sl'cullto bj'tbo"e and even on tho distressing Arrive Talli>astr T .___. THE.
to an ol"'n'and flll':1ill -forw&rd who noticed it. A r'er. *** *mim *m gffl I f mm> **mmm m* ., : : ,aao- EDITORIAL DE AR1.MENT. .' d .
is said
OP11aitlon rmuron'th6 m, by some pbpsieians'to S FLA
tn political matters. This I Is their street was that the new adVrtlse. be due to thu fata that : ; [State. News. S ROBERT. WALKER While distinctly recognising the poEUcal principles of JACKSONVILLE.
( tlj.xe" Iuvalbkg. Receiver said aen. ,.Sii$. and rendering kn earnest ana consistent support to the fa-
ruent of the First National Bauk crowded after; H. 1. NA EE, Ala..Sup : Republican will,with Well adapted for a fine private residence or
right. We are content. Still then diseaa'has become too ... ; ; :. :, 5- party competent assistantsand with mansard rooi.
we are t class boarding house; Two stories, _
deep- contributors, take the line of
it out, and that the business ; NASSA.coiJNTYf, more general journalistic. .*
The '
I.- more than glad that the ianlig'rlu ly-seated.. European medical, duty that belongs to a compieM-newspaper. 11 sleeping rooms.t acr* bad 42.orange trees.
,
: this
campaign has these dull times having a eye I are beginning send I ;.. & W. I. T. CO.' RAILROAD. finest locaiion and cheapest piece of property in .
many patients to $ '
steamer
tl arrived] Address<
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fudtnl" TiE. *
and ZDucThis A. vicinity. Price- Including abOul $ ortaJJTaiturewJio.ooo.
we to business thoe who .
are permitted to serves ; '
gh'e'a ,
pay bl'it, Florida, cautioning them where' to go. on og 'yrhh1 a ., TilE- REPUBLIC' half cash.-:baIaoce Ia oeM >
larger attention ttf the discussion of but in this case the,omission was purely for FOMFERNANDlNA'Tcf iotl New,York c1t '
It'woul seem impossible themost, L large cargo nnd fifteen passengers. The S yean.

the thousand matters of local and : icv3dent1Ii l ,was neither H political! invalid to be Injured by 'a residence Zodiac! has ben chartered: temporarily .. CEDAR" KEYS." '' For,tuQ particular addres _

:. '. general Impt'J1&.nce.'hl..b I nor a bolnt'l interest, that caused' {i-, anywbere-.on the alb'r or southeastern .. by the New York and Fernandina Steamship -- ?*EW 'TRIBUNE, EXTRAS,' A, F..STYLt3.Jacksonville.. .
are 3 S '
t, ', for pressIng It teas an omission very "'asaturam" for coast from St. Augustine down. Line, to take the place of'the"Weybosset I COINO SOUTH.'oo J!$O TH": .Fb.'If .
runic. In 144,,. ,, .
their consideration A "" *
RiversidaHow
the Union to make, but did not C usemuch'woDdl'r' For those who /rum.v.. riouscaqefind I 'until arrangements ..havebeen/ I FcrnaadlM.-l'f', .'.-.:......,:.....,, 3:30am T-35 P lit No.XXI. Whitney; Hi! Eui ",'.LoYCriDL not old iy November-ist.the class prv
;: lIIOD. will be first .
: the winter
we shall Und kept during as a
that ._ ... .
maple work each Northern Call,
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winter '"
." more & to"those 8lC'8iVt made for, a newsteamer.--Observer. M 7:35 5:2. LeConte,Marsh.etc.,etC.'No. boarding oae.a..W6IL. ,
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S oungrDlalto acqnfntd wtt with its 8aJ4.ln-----: ., 13.SOIe. ., _
:1 ourselves and more directly constantly shifting temperature ." : : .
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the tortuous and ,"but>ineb"' I and its h AcqDENT.i-Capialrj ;Ryon; ,of ,Fort S _----9:30 3:33*7. '- XXII.: BayardTaylor. (Letters from Egypt '
: profitable' all and in .pultcl trying Jwindl.wh even the :StarkGainesvaiet.e. ___.......uJ1 ElI ,
this work wearnestly of that First 'Mawbey healthy Clinchi met with a serious accident on I ..._:.;...-1:50.. .", .,' ktuo'Arcbci.i and Iceland,la sheet form only.)" a ,c&: MAPSON
ROBERSON
nolicit the co-operation of corrrvjNwUtuts cure, paper their, chartrze and more Florida'may --saps Wednesday last. .lie was out }n. a boat L -_- '.._,..>.._...;.... 3:10 p m HJ: t9 ,: ,
V is l be, I .. '
proprietorship attempted to 1tntyf' Prmr" .n. ;.iiiri'n..ii.i-i: -)$ :1 9 1II jNo.XXUI.-.Tyixian.HiwleyOwenMcCosh. ,Have opened a first-das*
and thougttJul men throughout .! concealed and then be ately r ctmm.ndud as a home, to shoot' ducks., ,Ile"had two guns with II I I Cedar,' Keyi .., .._?....!6ao6:30; .

tho Sute. how to develop and immediately aler winter.and summer For the bcal'Jiy bim,'an(having discharged one. was I II I"I cONNECTIONS "*, I visit from the/Hher 'Steams 4' in the of other I cachInrhfrIaoccnts. .
a partner, and those1 \ Act taking up'ule' one, : '
keeking it will be
: Mug to general .notice the actual rerounr p\esui.. when by- accident it went off-the I. A; FERNANDINA", *.&Steamer Dry Pout from comer' of 8&J'a 4 untrec.wbeTealh1h4m0def8 ,
: Durkee'* name It very Cmnaturally1omitted. come a winter }, the ailing some Charleston and Savannah,Monday at 4 a. m.;steamer FIFTEEN EXTRAS-'FOR-i' ;;. ', : appliances used by the best saloon in the coumry abe
of our State, by what' means v S and of it; is a refuge,and strength; for f tboeKevertjy and .SavannahThursday'* at Send for fullcatalogue- contents of each num- found. They also fiirmsb at all hour
| erf,x< our railroad tcm bow tcwime D I t6."new avrUmen itt results fearfully. Although avery dangerous 4 LID. With steamer LIni. Baker, from Savannah,
sy ,
invalided depend entirely Brunswick .
and St. '
the First Mary', Uoaday at 0 a. for BAThS.S
Bank' forms a poor and painful wound'Dr. J. D.:,Palmer, ; m; ddrcTBETRIBUNNew'Yrk.. :1:1THE HOT AND COLD -
jntu.dir rt and swift communica upon choice .of location and the those points on Fridays at 8 a. ra. .

tlnnLIhtbo rot of the world what (over for retreat. I Walls and Durkeehad progress which the.disease;,has already who attends him tLlnkihe can save the At BALDWIN,with J 'P" M. R.R.from Jack.1onvwea24o7p.5.rackson1neamgc..m. Ticker entitling the bearer to eight? .bYeS..

by been defeated arm.-Observer. CENTRAL SALESROOMSAN for,..00 shavcs,hair cutting aact sZi
: JDeUnres'to no one would be at made The perectloq'of the ,Flurd4'wint AtGAlNESTILLt.vUh tn-weeUy stage lI for ; eight 94941
$250.' S, _
promote ao Independent a loss where to place the responsibility climate Is Mid to bo rCOLDUDJA.'COVNT1' Tampa: with stage lia* for Newnansvflk, Tuesday _

S S oMQmerrlal 'system and burst the near Key Biscayne bay, 'on the Because a |'a Qd industrious and Friday*, S GEN'WL -
therefor. man a skilled; At CEDAR KEYS,with steamer*to and from Ne. AUCTION: AND COMMISSION W1TEL.. S
/ aiot <>thraldom with whU-h wo have"i'flQUi S ,__ > Miami nrc;. T1er ,.azuong the'c .mechanic, JJ no reason be can Oriean, ev C'J Saturday. Wthsteamer( from Key HOUSE. tfuet .

.: Wn crii'ped.! Surely hero are The election has shownhat Walls nuts and the- mangroves, may carryon farmlog.successfully., Here, 3 day West and With Tampa.Steamer:Friday Cool,f from from these place Thurs .S -ID uy pan of the s taZ*,.lituatlon b Eltbcrol cM "- ;
Tampa.Sunday fix BnckIa J'raabriclcal ty. .
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.: bindast.d'-woh1q.Ueinesof. *' T-* certainly count on laving a new'bold I the result of,an experiment of the kind Tampa, Mondays, With Steamer Wawenock from Bay Street near Laura: ", ; :1\ _, t, of aIJ ol---
du-
.. cuaaozz. ., ".C, >".'. Dot only''packed. ,-j *? the, convention, but.- : .Ring, I Eight acres 61 l good land rftnted.for the *S.rinnce'Friday. *;J(orSuwanneeTuesdays/-. /-.' .1 l JtW'f: .?0<'SiJACKSONYILLBif. '. .' ddRI.W.A.'JOHNiO:.. .n,
.up"n'ieEdww in.crMT" Jd
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l 1Bufl1'e aD
Iiknut -J.
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bare D.LMAXWELL; Read BoCcI,cor. .tIt. : '
,t'co ,,. pkdho county also. ) year, at two dollar per acre, upon SJ Superintendent. PUBLIC SALE every SATURDAY. h7'ftU iq-ro-w31 New y .". ,








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: NEWS. GcL.n litz&y: .for Visitors I I ':The establishment a few public The Mayor's (:court convenes every ..'- li c.-DWi mT. A t-t. .dr.. FALl OF'1874.' ,Oi...'' *%; .,;: ', ..' TVRNITURV'URNITURE &;.:!". < -. h i

The. St. James Hotel has been put inComplete : drinking fountains along the line of our morning except Sundays. at nine o' Stud* U room No. ., Fridenberg's bunding. Bay -' f.v'T tU5TV .'

order for the business justice withmlrcy street,Jadtaonvule; Pa. .. Shall have the FaB Opening. of. .., .,
MOI-NINC.1oytMEL 4. 1874Hip ..reception of!I principal, thoroughfares, would clock and tempers Portrait ; s lv' WAREROOMS I -

'WDAY guests daring the coming'treason, and 'also prove great desideratum and materially In a style eznlnent1y.satIsf&cory to all Ekenease plated restored.'enlarged tjonVHCor and fault finished, faded.or India defaced PATTERN BONNETS Sri -. -*' i S ftf .5.

Tide. no pains bare been spared on the part assist the Good Templar and parties_concerned.The inks wat r,or oil colors aUsUes.. Price reasonable. $ndafltbal&sIstaoTdtksiS'! ..5 : ,S ,: ". ;!- ..

at Mayport during the recent of the proprietors to make it a pleasantand Sons Temperance in their great mission grocery business every year sadthcdosgaraigt&; Kn.LINEIlY'AND FANCY'GOODS' .: J:;*. ,. '.JC' ".' .. .f .'.' istti iDlVtI'S
tide Aio. Solar Photographs from '
The to Ufa aiat,
as higher' than !it has been known agreeable homd for all who may of charity and benevolence. With becomes- more and more extensive, and either from life or from anall pictures soxta a style of work Tb.uasdayNoveinber 5*.il74'at to o'clock,a.BU : ''&>-R'E'W' :

pie The old beg mill select this popular hotel as their temporary plenty of pure fresh water at commandfor all engaged In the business seem to be aerer before done in Jacksonville first-dan'work bijrarrantrd 'And w* hop'. have the pleasure of aealag the ladies ;"

tomany years.entirely washed away ,be- residence during their visit to Flor any pedestrian to.s1ak his thirst, it doing excellently well. .Those who ad- at price lower than any travelling agea caa on that. occasion.0.1. .. "; -I *,.... A1.t 'f
KEENE. Bay
WM street.
yhuf' after.aad the work Wng done here there is no risk J -
ida. Its as a hotel is Is more than probable there would be '' and '
to otherwharves. reputation secondto vertL however; make the most. H-4B bctweMi PiM OceuuJ <
much damage many losing pictures dead or absent friends,a*b frequently PARLOR 'Cl t t' .
tides none in the South and during the far less calls for other.and more destructive -The Irish Catholic Benevolent Society the cue Ia sending them away to be enlarged. Saov l .' ST '-.' ". :.

__ __ II coming season it will doubtless be fluids. pies W eahibitSoB at studio ntf IDDELL. HOUSE s .. '-- ....) '' .- 'i; : t
learn, rapidly in -
are, we gaining .
The Magnolia House. crowded with visitors. Quite a number Every merchant on Bay street will .j t
strength and influence. Their only object BEWARE I FERNANDINA FLA. FIXTURES' .
little hotel has waked from rooms are already engaged for the sea- hail with joy the successful workings of -I_ .. !OSQUITOJiAR. :
Tb'w! *flU r is to do good to those who' are Men Women and Children. Halt I ----
;repose, and will soon be inrs4ineS son by parties who come to Florida this association, and with. good reason, Right about face aad come ia. SAMUEL. RIDDELL, Paoratrroa.47Magnificat -" ,, -'*-,
swanr need of assistance and
I ju i jn tinmly ; we ,
admittance of the pub. /others will be as their ai for' At Buckyf you find without ah. : :
for the regularly every year secured supply drinking purposes -
1 be.in. drive
their '
1 trust.it may always power to AflbeiztcouidwishfromnSuitmoaPIisAt J ot eighteen miles oa he finest
lic. The Dew proprietor is making from. day to day until no more alone is expensive enough at accomplish this benevolent end. bU Great Southern Baaar Atlantic-R.cfreshi.beach sea brec'L Parlor Sit*. DAVIS & UREVfParioc .chaM

desirable improvements and general guests can be admitted.: Capitalistswill present in all conscience.. Fifteen dol- The most fastidious he's sure please: "j ... Cb .
navy -The M. E. Church, located Du- OPEN SUMMER AND WINTER.. Suita. ,. concrof .
pn ETCH the children ,
aQ Haua.
the house. the for lars arid sixty-five be is cry '
activity pervades ere long, see necessity cents to sure, Patios '' /'QambSuita. <
val, near Laura street, Is being gradually l- Go to Buvky'a and your V*. BOARD:
carry BAY AND LAVRA.STREETS, Sulta :
ther similar establishments and missed when "
---a.- S it is scarcely paid out daily at
Per CfcaaA7 -,
I worked with a view to For he keep the best stock of Gent's Furnishing Goods day.obco Parlor .
Sneak Thieves. very certain that investments made in' five rents for every pailful brought but upon completeits To be found in our little city: ,Perlr&om.IO'IS.ooSatis&ctory Suits JAOUOITILU. Fu*. < .
instructions this direction other-' the somehow remain the interior arrangements. It is hard Coats.Pants,Tests,Hats nxTSUoes complete arrangements made. with milia. .
hardly
Jbe mayor gives particular can prove figures just Fine Every accommodations. Xt-4-tf [-- : ;" 'i.1; nj
uphill work, but every little helps, and At J. D.Bocky'* RcwT Block.Bay street. ,,
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our citizens with reference to wise than remunerative. Meanwhilethe same. Millmen mechanics' ,others alC "5 ':''?
to before winter Is over,the work will probably _ '
thieves who nrc just now doing a St. James will be crowded to its who reqoire'p1eDty of water for steam BUY EXAMINE OUR
torak YOURSELF A HOME.
be HOLLAND .
completed satisfactorily.A LRG&'SOC
rood l.usinefs. The first one arrested utmost capacity by guests who know, boilers, will also be more than pleased A'ViUA-urm oa St.John's rivet is oSered for sale. J J. :

gbould be covered with placards announcing better than we can tell them, its superior to see the Jacksonville Waterworks rumor was started yesterday One of the most desirable places ia the vicinity of Jack WATCHMAKER AND S :. ',: $ :.

his profession, and led up and accommodations. Company in lull, operation and this morning that Mr. Kellogg had agreedto sonvfflc,.containing 28_acres-about 8 acres ready lorplanting. S JEWELER, --. : -... ..Y.' j/:. '
.For paitkaibn apply at the countingroomof ? '
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US street by a policeman during class of our citizens we are quite. sure destroy the ballots ofjtho precincj at TUB!New SOOTH. .Stf '_ I v 101 101' .:- : _" SIOi' .
down y .
Corner Une and .
hours so that people might know Election and Installation.The will be glad to take. stock in so, profit which.he was acting as one'of the offi- -. a : ... ; '.'; : d. v Bay Sa., _, '' .. 0101 ... 0 flfl ..... "

business following officers, for the ensuing able an investment,- The vessels hi our cers. It is true,he has the misfortune to. FOR RENT, I JACKSONVILLE. -, FLORIDA.' .. 0. -: '.:.. '.1 01. .- .\ 10" -... ". ". 'Tt": .
him. .A &.itore.1ocatccI in the finest business t portion 5 101 B S 101 : .'
_. _- of the Yellow Bluff ., .'
mt167. port can also be supplied with all the be a relative of one : : 101 :] .: .. '
elected last week the >
year were by of the city.of St.Augustine; we3 adapted fcr any busi- 10 n' '
h.l 1.
Grand Order Sons of Temperance: water they may require at rates comparatively operators. but riot exactly the way to wT'Best:: location ia the city. Rent%ao per month. New Jewelry, Clocks, Watch- *"' 101 .. .. 101 > .

_" Bu ted.* G. W. P., B. II. Webster; G. W. A., nominal, and without the be affected by hereditary descent;J hence: fress'Janies .JC Byrne.St. Augustine or Wm.c. ..5 tes,Diamonds,Plated and >. s- In a a : : 11 .!t. Y.f:,.

_Disapjiointed ambition. W. S. Whistler; G. S.,W. E. Dale;, G. slightest trouble. we shall take-the liberty- to disbelieve the ,' Coo;Jacksonville. 10-14 im- Solid.Gold and Sil.w: t .. 5. Ut IS? ..:/ 1 : ':T.- ."- ,

_Pork Is 1 on the decline.Vast T., G. W. Frazicr; G. Chap., Rcr. J. B. We are glad this thing has been commenced report.' \ CEDAR- KEYS OYSTERS ,ver Ware, etc. -- .. III 101 101. t,

dwindling of an Inheritan.TIit FitzpaUick ; G. c., G. It. Jones; G.' S., and the sooner the company Bogus tickets,'in which both of the At.'cucl Restaurant,'Bay street.Post-office ,. < loioioioD&DnoiGioieilOloooooBoimiiiiomjuoooocolOl .,,.

vote cast for Mr. Mawbey for Building. Fresh dcGciou and cooked in every conceivable ,. nioo DAVIS oolOl ., .
A. W. Lamb. begin active operations the better leading parties seemed to have. little if Received DIAMONDS PEARlS AND JPRE- : ..AD. _101'**tiIQlOloooooc. ,

constable at some precincts is said to Representatives elected to the National for the interests of the city. An abundant any interest, were in somewhat extensive style daily. lo-si yt .CIOUS. STONES ET! IN '. ".' 101101onx> Fcanrnns oooolOl t.A*

bare been larger than that cast for him 1 Division, A. J. Russell, Rev. J. S. supply of pure water is*one, of thegreatest circulation .'yest rday. Their general .A MILL. FINEGOLD.. "'. Ml 101 lOlooooooonoooooaooaooooIOt lOins WABIHOCSXooolOl t,: t

fur senator. Uncle Tom says that bhows Swaiuj, B. II. Webster, Rev. T. A. Car- requirements we have. Letus effect will be seen when all the Well located on the banks of,the SC Johns river and ..'J., in 101 lOloaaoooaaonoaoooooooflOl letoieioiaD&Doioiouioi >-, T i

that he ran for the wYong office. have a plentiful rapply in our votes are properly countedout. It was McCoy's creek to be leased to responsible panics by I"ilWJurs,. Monograms, andFauy .f lot 101 101 101-;.. ,U ':
ruth, W. E. Dale, James Massy, P. M. the sa. ; : I *
month year or to panics desiring to bJ'-the I 101 101 101 to:
f Macarthy N. M. Ices G. II. Hunter, kitchens and in our bath-rooms in our expected that the Conservative interest thousand. Apply. at the' : ." '"''a,' artistic.E"gnrui"r.tfU in ':%, 101 101 101 101. ,

Personal. and W. S. Whistler. sleeping apartments, stores ''and work would trot out. a regular ticket en- -. C1aC17.ATWG LuBAJtY.y. :, '. manner.. : '., i_. 101 101 101 10 101"101 -- 10 .,)

I Hon. A. J. Bt-n\Jey arrived from the In the evening the officers were publicly shops, and vigorous health will be the dorsed by ,their State ,Executive Committee CIGARS .r. '; .__.;' ,-, I. _5. 101- 11.--" _V101 _101- ,..?;: 10::.';
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worth l llist Saturday; and frauds will installed, and several line speeches natural sequence. tut nothing but a sort of guer- Imported.domestic and of their own manufactun Standard time by Chronometer ?. ." .. .., 101' '.,.,' .-, n. ..*jIO14' _

trembl' .5 were made by them and by Rev. Mr. The books of the association will, we rilla ticket has been seen. can always,be had.a better article aad at a lower price ... rated by transit. -'H. i -, ,,. '_ 101 .! 10$!"

Miss Jennie Brock arrived from the of the Methodist are informed be open in a few days, than any other.place in thc city, at- Gato&Go's I LAFtnNIriJ. ,. .-'-, observations. :" .>...'.'.,, __101 .....,. ,. -. !I. ..J
Speuce, pastor Trinity -The regular morthly meeting of the .. .3&1 I S \ '." !

yortb Ut Saturday. F Church. giving such of our citizens as may desire Mechanics Steam Fire Engine Companywill -r_ ; '-.;:.

). Charles Evans, of Philadelphia beautiful to do so, an opportunity of purchas VICHY AND-KISSENGEN. :,... r'i
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jewel was presented to be held to-morrow evening at the ACKXT rvB TKI CKLXBRATXO BOKKL saw '
Moncrief House of ing such amounts' ( stock as they Many on rising in the morning complain of a headache T BEST
of the may .Cocmvotsna WATCMQARRIAGE ,- ." : SELECT-
proprietor the EFINi:
the W.
G. P., B. U. Webster, by P. G. City Hall. Capt. Buckman will call or feeling stupid. A glass Vichy or Kissengen I
his wife see fit.- That it will a most'profitable ,. SOUTH.
arrived prove .
accompanied by '
this city W. P., A. J. Russell, who made the meeting to order at eight o'clock pre from"Toffts" Mammoth fountain in La Favorita cures .

,. <>n the City Point last Monday, presenzalion in his usual eloquent and and 'desirable investment we can cisely. It is to be hoped that before all such un.leasant sensations. 6"-i3-if ; .' .::5 -.5-. ) j

nnd is styil.t the Florida Home. characteristic manner. well believe knowing, as we do, the another year rolls round this energetic SHOP. S : .-- I J: ij /: :,

Jaml'1l H. Ross, wife and daughter, of Thu Grand Division is in excellent great necessity for'a 'pletiful supply of company: of firemen may have an en- Messrs.OUR Onto ENTERPRISINGFriends &Co.,have seemingly spared no I' GEORGE I. LEA, j Parr Sul. RIC. PL .)-' .. .. ah. 1,
arrived train water for the use of the entire commu- St"
Essex X. Y., by Monday !
condition, financially and otherwise.The 4" gine house of their own. The city fathers expense in introducing- handsomest soda fountain CARRIAGE MAKER, Suits u /Cb. 4.

aud are registered at the Home also. prospect of extending its influence nity. Similar enterprises, and the have only to present them with a lot ever net up in this city. It is admired by everyone and COR WASHINGTON AND ADAMS STREETS 1 PaSUBSTANTIAL': :'c S Set.iParlor. :l
more the better will place our .little the soda from it is pronounced by all the ladies to be (,
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is very flattering. During the last quarter for building purposes, and our word for the best. ,JACKSONVILLE;FLORIDA, : > t: > S Ci l
. It it Pleasant Not to be Forgotten.OirSeniur city in an i en viable:condition and_ serve Suits. FURNITURE.: .
two new divisions have been formed. it, the Mechanics will see to all the rest. WO build' i ia fiJ"style Carriages Bogies S" .
to develop to a greater extent the various Light Wagons., a .5 :
noUit all .
set-ms disgruntled The construction of dozer BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS .
a new rega -The and order which .
modes of quiet good win'had complete of lumber dressed Repairing neatly done Come and see.my ,
at tilt following local taken from the lias for the and the industry thatnow languish a assortment S wk :" ; .:.
membership repairing yesterday pervaded every section of the and undressed mouldings,shingles etc.,at the Depot 1 tcv2i jnuPRINTING.
for the want of .
IVn> cnitic paper published, in Burlingtun. proper encouragementfrom We'are prepared to offer stock at*
of those of the officers with new city was attributable in a great degree Lumber Yard. Orders to be delivered at landings on our I
Vt., hi" old: home : laces rosetts and tassels at a cost ol thosu who have it in their potter the River receive especial aUcDtioD.Addnu .- .. S. :rmarkablt1ow! ricesMb'tT. ',
to the stringent orders of his Honor the .
to aid the city and realize money by the Loco J. BBVSH. .' I' {i ;1" .
The School Commissioners have 48 is for which the Grand :: : "
something Mayor who kept; a vigilant eye upon r .
named the two iicw K-hool-houses as follow same operation. .
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*: lite one on Union street the Division has reason to be proud. Nor all the places where liquor waS sold at GREAT EXCITEMENT THE NEW SOUTH : ., -:- .: j
the of elaborately Over the political, _, but Rich ,-i",- t- .. .-'
can over
must presentation tin greater
Adams ll.u>e. in honor and kind re- In Short. retail. Of course there were quiet nookswhere !

mtnnbrnTHv of one of BurlingtonV na- constructed gavel, by B. II. Webster an occasional drink of cheap t splendid assortment groceries. io-itf- JOB AND"'BOOK PRNNG' DAVIS '& DREW: :

tire ffln John Sullivan Adamsnow of -List Saturday"was Halloween.. '. ,. .. .
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G. W. P., be forgotten. is ol whisky could be obtained without much HONESTY 1 --'r '- .' S 'i !
Flo Ja. This i I. ot the must NO RING LOW PRICES .. .
one "
appropriate 'How ". -
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head barrel "Still waters run deep. can 'I -; : .' >
the hooped > V*lft
arts ewr done by th s or tiny unique design, a trouble l but as a ,general thing, the_orders .hthemott&atkkhsemporium.. .. .- -- ." -r 1.*zo-utf, -_- EAUlE. ,- DI I . v :
other tMI t.1, M* Mr. Adams ever possessed with silver bands, a snake craw.ingfrom they 7'The of the Mayor were .complied with j' 7...' 5- ,:.:nIJ.l
the interest in the handle. COUNTRYFIMS, PROMPTLY SUPPUED AH kinds of FURNITURE. CARPETS,:
greatest our corn- bung, serving as a .- Anglo-American Marionette cheerfully, and'the result was a,
son school*, and l for years was secretary -- -a Combination is expected here in a short very With the-best Groceries in- the Market by Wm.Rich.. The cvevydcsa1ptonoPLAD proprietors are(.prepared. t execute. s 0 fcr .MATTRESSES,WHITE PINE.WAE-' "'..,.*.

of the State Board of Education.Fort general prevalence 'of quiet 'and good fcr..caah.ICH.5 tf '. '. NUT,and CEDAR r LUMBER S,etc.. .. ,..,J JJACKSONVILLE.
.. Monthly Weather ReportJACKSONVILLE time. Thu company have been playing order, highly creditable all concerned.The -
in Savannah' with success. THE PARENTS ;.OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.Such 4 :
Fi.&.. Nov. 11874. great American Bible FLA -
George Island Society .are Of aQ well regulated Jamifies purchase their groceries oi .
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and of barometer S 4
Daily monthly mean -Autumn leaves fall to cover thegrave
about to furnish 'every railroad car .in Rich Folk's Block Bay street. 10.21 tf CARDS. -,-
On our fourth wu publish themcpet'tUs .a B'"INE '
page and thermometer, monthly velocity of of Summer." The leaving of with of the HAS CHARMS '' '; Rf .
the United States a copy t *. VISITING CARDS,- } : !
of _
the Post Island ,
George FAITH HOPE AND CHARITY. ; : MUSIC. -. -f *
wind, end amount of rainfall, with 'the Summer will cast a shadow over thegra'o'oCm3.Dya Sacred This of the t
Scriptures. is one
Hotel and Improvement Company, and The last .but not least Is had by'. buying groceries S <', WEDDING CUD.BIL' : ; -5tvmiek\ _
wind the
fur
direction oi
call attention the prevailing : poor consumptive this best items of news that we have heard from Rich. 10-21 tf ,
to enterprise as one ; '
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' whiuh kliouUl enlist the active month of October, 1874: Autumn, if they do not come to Florida. for a long while. and we hope that thepassengers E. ;'JO. -
cooperation WITHA. -v ;; '.P.R1CEREDUCED.-
BUY BOOTS
Mean daily barometer, 30.100; mean -The will be stirred in the J Jacksonville Pen- 'Jfrt HUD' j
"tiger" upon .
up .
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of citizens. The .
our projectors of K. Panama stamp upon them. They are snpe ." > :l -' :' 1': ; !", ":: _
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it are tir own citizens-gentlemen daily thermometer, 69.4; mean daily his little cage here as soon as Hon. sacola and Mobile Railroad may.rejoice rior to aS others. io-3itf POSTERS. CIRCULARS/, .' '. ;.: r >.. _,' .5 .5 .; ., .b "_ j}

whose and business humidity. 69.9 ; rainfall, .10; prevailing John arrives. and be exceedingly glad, for no class of J
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integriy qualifications S KENO WES,' -- ; THE IN .THE:>WORLDS

are a guaranty for the faithful! car direction of wind, northeast; highest; Home Impressions-Impressionsol persons we have any knowledge of can Qn the top Cne. Free supper every night at Solary's I PAMPHLETS : ": : BET: $:' ';..4u1iin1 f
*ftgout ol the barometer, 80544 on the 21st; lowest the hair-brush receive a greater amount of benefit froma Thursday Oct. ic-aStf -:i:: :
successful is- the Hall com meocing .
plan to a parental juvenile 19. 74. r BLANKS'6FtlALL .' 1 ,' IK"' : :'ilt t "I" 'S'E! -5 tWliL :1

one, being no other than J. C. Greeley, barometer 29.775 on the 17th; highest when at full tension across the paternal perusal ot the inspired volume, than ; ,-: Kn.. LASTA., LIFE-'J MEv

Jno. F. Rollins temperature. 86 on the 2d and 10th; the poor.unfortunates who take passage TO RENT. l' : ,.
and J. H. Paine. SubScription knee. .' i \ S. >' ... '. : i. i
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books are open at the lorida lowest temperature, 49 on the 14th; When we see the '"nobby" young from.this I city! to the apt lof_ the State. St.Pleasant James Hotel furnbhet" Address rooms"cm Lock box be,7.rented P.O.near IcH8 the .CLRE_ .': PRINTING.. ; .AND, "-GILT- ,WOu,1 : i' .S...'. ... 7 .. $.l ,V'_r ;

Brings Bank, where monthly range of temperature, 310; into Gato's early infthe -The election excitement having entirely '. .nTTTT- .5 .',_ I
photographic man go morning vr ; 'j. ;. ::0 :: 1 _.; : '/

ievg of the Island may be seen and all greatest daily range of temperature 28 and call fur Vichy, we can approximate subsided for the time being, some THAT .$QDA FOUNTAIN' CHEAP NEAT AND PROMPT. j 3 : ;. :5' :.. ........ 0O_ ,

necessary: information otitathed.nt on the 28th; mean of maximum temper- his mental feelings the night before. new nest-egg must be found for thepublic Ia. die LA frcrrita. cigar store is admired by att. 5--. ..... ..-5. .... .5 :. ;. i .' !L. is :,...: ;.. t ., fl xaaE! 1

atures, 78-8, muno( minimum tem- to cackle over. The next question S 6-ytf > .: .1
ball ,"-2. C ".
-Ye wicked youth pltyeihbase ; !L : -: h'7' 't-: '! .' ': 'r .u.x"

The City Election Progressing Quietly. peratures. 9.4; mean daily' range.of near* the cemetery' be 'the Sabbath. to agitate will bethe_ particular advantages MARINE INTE L1GE."lCE. I c..L. MAT"-5.HER.., ,.T-&t, ; "..?FRANK- *;E..'LITTLE.- HONi O '
temperatures 19.4 total rainfall, .10 be derived Irom ; #R"" Q
Ai we arrite. ; ; to lighting up S .j q41
Tuesday afternoon, the Gather them in. ARRIVALS AND CLEARANCES AT THE PORT OF -- ,; : .i : : : : SS
:SecuV i i. prevailing wind, northeast; total number our public streets .and, thoroughfares 1
progressing with more than of miles traveled ; -The'first German postal card sent to JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. : ;: -' ATiER.5b 1" '1::7'f' 1 N ,D.A.I I.T..U S E ,
usual 4,912; maximum serni.o casionallyatleast. When nightfall D ._ .:
C.Y' .. _
good nature, though with con 1d- AUn'.u.s.Oc .",'. ".. ;; ;
this under the .
postal
city new. treaty v.- I..T .j. .. ,_
of wInd 22 miles the ISth J.
on ,
&Ue hilarity. The sudden velocity sets. in, pedestrianism becomes a 3..sch Frank Pendletod. Pendleton N.'V.Nov. 3
appear- and 14th number of cloudy days other was received by Wm. Rich, last Sunday. science i,sch WardwdI.lcnjami, Key WeaL ..j.:. to 1
*nce simultaneously of the Democratic ; as none but the thoroughly Nov. s.sch Carrie S.Webb. Homaa.Charleston.Nov. The best musical talent of
than those whi h rain Tell 2 number The cards are of a much) finer quality .s,sir all Point, Fiuserald..Charleston J t C fm
ticl..et i at all the precincts early this' on ; drilled have the slightest idea where .v. ; ; ;. .. t. ) \ .. these Organs. Toe nicest and best. .More fcrt i 1
than the American card. . .
CUALUtCL -> ,1 .
of which rain fell 2.
days on they can walk with safety. Dilapidated A
morning lurnished a satisfactory explanation Oct.3!,sir Dictator,Vogel Charleston. 8.-and Y better af taaa f
of RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN, -The steamer Silver8prlngs,'Capt. wooden sidewalks are bad enough in For.a.sch Annie L.McKeea McKeen.N. Y. S'T i
their hitherto remarkable $ now They comprise the :
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Service U. S. A. E. W. Jones will hereafter -, Nov.4.su Oty Point Fu2gcraid.DtarIes&on. PI- m ,
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quietude and while it shows the unre- Sergeant. Signal regular broad daylight but in the night time : .* ,,
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trips to Middlebtxrg' and .int r- they absolutely dangerous. Eureka, Ordudn and. Grand. '
of METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. Cr.
.mbiUty the '
Mawbey negotiations ii .f .
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The Jacksonville Water Works. mediate landings< 'every1 l Monday and Observation taken .. II.aDd r. M. / AND :
1Otflke7yto< do Oar citizens are really suffering for at 7 A. M 0 : : :,.
much harm to the -
this
regular daily.by the Sigaal Service U. Army in .city. .1.
Republican ticket Some of our enterprising, citizens we Thursday, ,running in connection with want of recreation '\\.iLlt as fine halls e .4e ,, '
which so tar.eenu != _
are glad to learn have incorporated the Dictator and City Point. could o.c3"-= S. Wind.. .- .. ::' : //.B : CatalogocT. or mail postpaid; ."" to BPUt aay 'f
to be carrying all before it. for theatrical purposes as,any one Oct. 5 1 :; S ? {;. okeler. .. address upon app'iaxionto S S > ,".
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All sorts of rumor in regsH to tradinsintkkos themselves into an association under- the --The city' has _been remarkably exempt ask for, it seems singular that no knight 187" I ". o I a i F r'I ,, '. J.' LSHONINGER&CO.-. ; *' ', '3
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rife above title,,by virtue of an act oi the from fires and fire;.alarms for a of the sock- and buskin' should avail I a ,
and ,
arc serious rePorts i 11 r i I i I i I ',' : '. cwIratIv&a: \ i
> in empowering them to do *, long time for which everybody ; :
reference to destruction of bal- Legislature past. himself of them. In the long winter Sat. 31'9 3066 38 NW Fresh 0.00 Char JACKSONVILLE, .FLORIDA, .' .
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1oL, and and are about to confer an inestimable, should be grateful. that November.. S. "
8cralcling' on a large scale evenings .are approaching peopleare SUB. 83 NW Freshs o.ooiOcar, : < 'J -ii. '" s"". .,i --T.ir.; 4 FOR SALE RENT-COUNTRY.
are current but at this time, do not boon upon the public at large, by supplying Pianos and'.ewing machines'seem bound to go somewhere to pass It, 17* 3044)0..' '3 39 NW fresh. ,._ dear I -\-, -jfl t. U, /-J .5.5.. ,' A.

Item likely to defeat the election of them:with an abundance of pure, to be indispensible requisites for comfort away the time and Ifs good stock company U". 9 1 3 30.-**> .46 SO.p 54 NW.N :Fresh Fresh 0.0.Ccu_ Clear HAVE' ).US JOvE':TO. THE NEW. AND ORANGE

\T&ft. fresh water fully sufficient for all emer- In this be'fbund in here would make .4. '. .s7 63 6zNFreaiiOOQdY.4 COMMODIOUS STORE ON HOTEL .?.r
or the Republican county ticket. town. They can were only. they ,. 9 30.10 .58 81 N Fresh bxo It rain AD. L ." _,. S
The effort to gain the fullest possible gencies that may arise. It is a ,step In nearly every house and Jet people. 'are money for th I evian4 greatlyplease Tues. 3i. JOM 66 ,8 NE NE Fresh Fresh _tUO CTd Fair, ': FOR. SALE OR RENT *I '' *rr& .i

WKgcnce of the election may possibly the right direction, and one that baa full .not happy. a large portion the community that 'Barometer soul corrected 66.fcr 73 temperature and elevation BA X' ;STREET.jk. ,< .. : >-fi-. ;NEAK'-_'-LAURA.,t w.wiQ S
elaJ oar paper but If so, sufficient endorsement support -The city guard house"will need to are disposed to encourage .and: support ,'. %HERiVWILLBErOUND'- ; 'i *;i" *'.- .

cnse will be apparent.Pun It i is In contemplation by the companyto be enlarged and considerably improvedto something of the kind. NATIONAL BANK -. '. .T ... *. "* Near MeUoffriHe.- Orange- Co.. Florida. ;I'"._: rJ J.

--- hare pipes running through all the meet the requirements of the coming -There are several new 'advertisements FIRST 'FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE ;...1.: ... ,;' 1' .,:'. .. ....: WITH THE FAItM ORANGE GROVE ANtiNIJRSKRi !
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for the Freedmen.1YYe5terdtymorning streets of the city *o that every householder season. Just now there Is'.said to be a in,our,paper to-day that will repay A. LARGER ./, _:(_ATTACHED. .\ -v :z2' ;

the Mawbey can supply himself with any lamentable dearth of luxuries s in and A. careful perusal.. _'The First Na- ., .'/., ... .. ASRJMEN.or' I-,.- THIS PROPERTY IS MOST ELIGIBLY 1

Band Wagon hauled up in front of the quantity of water he may desire at any about that institution.The tional.Bank* presents a list of directors Tki tmfy Natunal **-Jk i* tfmUi** i tfuSUit_. -. -i-; :} nJ'H" ... .. .t- ". LOCATF.DX miles from the Steamboat ;_ ,

,oiI M last< below the Hotels and ,. SUPPLIES Landing on Lake Monroe J postroffice. and at1gn&l hour of the day or fight. rotten sidewalks existing In which should induce quiet slumbers on .' -c'-ge on Yl.Jlllah-aDd New Yorksoidaod Ex- ? -r>STATIQNERS: : ___-_-. .-" ''ii.

from the leader the band' com boarding houses could have a water every part of the city are not only In the' pan of depositors.. The Riddell change on aQ Northern jMMntft 1)r .'. /. 'ff-.5 '. roll INVAUDS THE CLIMATE CANNOT 1

jwjeed! to pay! in full force.. One of. fawcct In every apartment If they so desired .. bad taste, but absolutely .dangerous House puts I In its pleato; the public. .eye : AT CURRENT RATES. .THAI K"T64"BEvFOUNDIN'ir"r"." .- SURPASSED- .wnile adraatajcsta BO part of the Florida'CODj.-,

foi' believing the time, had come' so that guests would be able to more especially after night' fall.* It ,is Samuel T.. ban .keep a hotel Wilcox DIXECTORS- ANDSTOCKHOLDERS- '. .- '?5 ; bines. of so away TROPICAL FRUITS.now'"cr','t 't 1

Wtof. reared himself upright and supply themselves at any moment for certainly the power of the citizens to Rays-well, look and, see. what-he dot F.rrigs. ..-. J- _- JAN ,5 ._ "' k d r ,
Ihoi-54 ablutions. lou CLABK Esq. OTHER-HOUSE IK:FLORIDA Ifaot sold before UM FIRST MOXDAYin MARCH. j
old every desire to indulge in an drinking or for their daily repair fhem and It U their duty. say., The, gentleman"who makes faces HOB; '..S.V.A: McLlAJiTEsq.. ... I iejit.the property will on that day be offered ai public !
fuLiontd waltz. One by one *e In, ease of a fire, no matter wberejt bas arrived and may'be consulted this P RiwesGyon uq., C.A. FAIBCHXLB Esq : : '.. J. I lale to the highest bidder. Apiy to
-Invalid tourists iII} be more,thandelighted SAL RncncTOK.Esq., DAJlOII Ranruar, Esq., FLEMINGAaorneyv& DMIIEL. .
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y'Prang,right and left to the ground, might break out, plenty of water couldbe to learn'that eight first classdrug rooms, in Fridenberg's_ Building. w...
MM the loud and obtained without loss of time, to .154IlGRAND Jackiosilllc.I'bUa
repeated cheers Miss Fay has _a winning notice'to the PRICES COMPETINC WITH. ..PJC -!
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from stores are n.JW' ready to administer O.rt5i If
IIa the
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f crowd,. the horse became per-' check the ravages of the flames before to ,their requirement whenever drugs lAdies which deserves_ attention. So, OPENING.MISSU.K.FAY&O.. CHARGED FOR,GD OF THE. SAME -afa
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4tfless frantic Ultimately breaking his. they could obtain sufficient headway.to needed To know wherithie best also, has" O. L. Eeene. In.fact, ,read DESCRIPTION IN TOR. .>i>..A L.L.3 > nrWr04 t
are NORTE :
and CE. ,
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falling heavily upon the do a great'amount oi damage. Public them .all; don't know how much .' : '"'" :V- : -.v"-: -*. :' ..i&Iti3 '
yoa : '
POUUd drugs are to-b procured It i*only necessary their Winter of. : : ,
exciting the wffl Fafl and styles ; .
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almost .to driver. of tho team,, hydrants are also to be set op on Adams to refer 'to bur'advertitfDg colmans. good!onne'aybJntre. for yon.t open .< ,, ; V E R.Y CHZAPJ
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&n4 tdt! ma4lne8 He was willIng, street, at, regular Jnterrah. where the -m ja.B-B BMBB---BiBMiB B BiBMmBBBB. ,B BiBiB i MILLINERY.GOODS WE'INVITE" -: : TkrtttmaUfarms, near &e CiT limit.iish- _

able to whip every other maD streets intersect with others for the LADIES OYSTER SALOON.At Oa'Thnrsiiy November sth. Our new goods are aflof : ;THE:M"ATTENTION [ 5- .- ONE-QF TEN ACRES; I. r.; S:-<*&

hear)him ont of hit boots, but the pres-' benefit of our Fire Department,and also, -Mr. Martin Bailey, the major domo Geto'a,comer;wherw the old lee Cream stand was. the latest and most desirable styles-',and their quality. '. .' 'b' ,'. CeandI:.QfrlTr IfllpfQWOMBttw ..g "J JSi S
uc of ODe of the St.James Hotel,is Open OVcnD.5. Coflee;Cake.Oysters and is mat : ;
effecting
many
Invited
or
two to nieue respectfully tovisU '' '
: Iadie t
The
special protection -
policemen on Dura street ai a everything to order. ; f t"t'l L.J. Srowr.wiLCor UM new_styles.,-. -' CITY AND COTNTRY DEALERS -1' ONE OF TWENTY ACRES.j r.U'"
l tohla. pcrff'Ctly quiet "d eventually church property. The rate of insurance desirable Improvements. about that popular ,U-4tf our '_ .. .About ftfteen acres In cuMv-tion. SOD 1JSP8.Yi.e awl..
J. .. of the best
tuivlcrdralaed subsoil
bostelrie. He Is I iruiz trees ;clay one
the oft' a sadder and wiser man to would be greatly reduced by this In now. laying duwn ... '.. I piaces5rprdeniag. ; \- tJ tlKD
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eonfinea of the city w that every creasecrprotecl.ion,beyond a doubt aDd new sidewalks _on both streets. upon la the Market desires all.who have unlues to led. tocan j'OR:; SALE. ; ;_ ONE OF TWENTY:ACRES-.t B 4

enenhiglitbe aware of tht'fet that it In alone' the 'saving to'our whichthe hotel, l Is located"and hit workis at hk stall. You know where Ii.of eourae. Hbat'cabbage ..I. A BAY HORSE six yearsUd.sound and kind. A Jua.CEy'm 'ca. About bar acres tn cubivaiion... balance good. _,pin*A>.
this .
'as matter potatoes OIk! !$.*eggs-In fact tvtryof and harBw TgA.DE. i.. : roods;*n King's road .aa'w. -v J1t"
election that far to drive. Also n Buggy .f .itr" .
be Suitable lady
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day, aDd'lmpro'fe the than ordinary: I one : might advantageously _. SO A SUCj 5 .i. j- ,. TV ..COWNS-.4 ,,
lot cTnse -.1.
00hISoD people.would be. of. more ; diIi.espedaDy a hula the-best cane ym noea. ,,WOl be sold cheap Sold for want. -: : : j .55 *
ronlnrlth. ,. 'I ': copied eJ.ewhere 1. : CIa ,WalllGllAt.h .- : ..AplatNawSovrofflea.-:, "**, VM-40.. .v. _.. : Deal in Real Estate Wfcscheai BtaldSac.Bay SC4J.
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I: q fl ,:, j .Fort George Island : Hotel and Sisters' Channel and Fort Inlet THE ,,MISCELLANEOUS I -
4 George SINGER MANUFACTURING 'COMPANY'S CELEBRATED ',1; ,. ', .\ 1. : '. .: : L1J. v ,:0 -

i ; t Improvement Co. With the exception 'of the St. JotinsRiver _.. ., : .' .. .' .. .
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f these waters are entirely salt ::

I r F ''. .'._ This coiupny111' be organized and having no fresh water tributaries what- : .. -SILK. .. TWIST." ... ..c!.,. .r':;".). :::; :JrLQ'.RIItA-: !AV:I 'NGS.J ': B' A: i,K ': _
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.incorporated under the laws of the State On "
this
N p of Florida when the entire capital stock ever. account malaria is un- This company tow having ia full operation 'at Newark. New Jersey,the largest SILKr' WORKS ItfflTo J- S. '\'I ;,AND'.: REA1; ESTATE, EXCHANGEr. : .1.1s' \ '

1 : known, and the island has alwaySfbeen world,propose to ftmUh a superior article of bilk Twia J' : ,fT .. 1 _, ,. .' .f; S i. ,- .IutOrfOI'&teUJuJl.6ch..1: : ; ..t,'
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,t.tlal1ln_ ed,1 following noted
J ..purI for.its extreme healthfulness The A T. G R E A T Ii Y R'E D.U .1 .. 'f! .'" ,
,*r I ltp' ": C E D P RICE S. ; .t11 -.oFFiCE I LOVE. I1XJE S. BtJILDIltC, OCtAft STREET.I
climatic effects of its proximity ,to the 11 ,?. ,.. .,, - jAfKJowvitn. Ft*.,July ist,1874./ .
h t: 1st. To secure the title and possession ocean are two-fo'd: In ummer the' '.S For. ihe convenience. of the public this cJ.brazedTaiIs; t. : I',} : ,." ; NOTICE' hereby given of the l Incorporation of ThvFhdIa'5eviirgs. Back**4 Xtt tt'tr. jet_iier, .
prevailing v. S t C,. I principal placo oIbwsineM in the dry Jacksonville. S "
: .of.about 700 acres of the finest upland breeze is from the east cooling rlr UPON SPOOLS OF DIFFERENT SIZES- ; : The design of the Florida Saving Bank is to afford to those who are desirous orriD iJiefr money tftf I I i .
&j \4 portion of Fort George Island: ., ,: ., .. mean of sa ely employing it ara good rate of interest to b*lrvested under the direction of --citi_, I .WIIULkSALI- Oann, AT .. "
comprising while In I
atmosphere; the'winter tho AT HOME. In home securities well-known value
.
::. about two-thirds its entire area, winds coming from the sanie.direction : ; The 6n 'quaU.y being thereby offeredon. spools quantities kj, j jrj Rilla:HoU /-!regular honrs'for transaction business shall be frw 90'cIod a." m.to-3 o'clock p.m. -H. ROBINSON
S daily,except Sundays and holidays and on Sa urdays until 7 o'clock p"m. ,
., .including the City and Hotel-BiUa re 'across the Gulf Stream rendered F-ROM 'FIFTY Y A R D,S. U, P W A R.D Sv .,' '-Deposits will be entered In the book of the corporadon and also ia *'book to be given- to the depositor. WROus.u.a anAIL
; are This book.lll be evidence of his or her property. When moneys are withdrawn, this. book must be I
r, .. 4 ccntly! surveyed, together with several "more mild and equable In a course of The aLoye'unequ"l: twItis manufactured especially theN ol1 kfftd*of sewing machine ancTageBts brought to the Bwlk to bate the payment entered. Depositors may take out the money themselves or,la case DRUGGIST
.. : \:. r thousand of valuable! for different machines through the country are using this twist in Urge quantities,and a* .,*. ,-, absence or sickness, It will be paid to their order property witnessed and accompanied by the book. Depo** : Block ,
; acrva salt marsh six years the greatest' extremes of the Its will be repaid at any time when called for,when there is a sufficient amount In the treasury, unlnvetted; otherwise ..Bay St.
.' r-J..1 lands. thermometer have'been 20 SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS1< ; ,at the earliest practicable period in the order in which they may be called for. JACKSONflLLEFLORIDA.
and 98. Jirr HST>-Inleresi at the rate of and three-tenths will be
j i seven per cent (or two cents per day on 'too)) paid
r. :' / 2d. The,erection of a first-class' com- The accessibility of the .nd'is equal are offered to the trade,all those about to purchase win! do well to send for our price list.' :i, i annually upon'all deposits which shall have remained three months or more In the Bank.'lo be added annually ,

I, I ".?' ; i mod ions lintel In a central location in to any .place in the State not having '- .,; : : to ACCOUNTS the prf nopal UNCALLED of the Depositor.'oa.-AnJ account to which nothing. Ja1l-be 'added and,whch ban' have .remained S 1"I I I

b ?r. ; i tIC' new Fort George City and the railroad communication.' Steamers from uncalled ACCOUNTS for for PAYABLE seven years TO,ifalllS1f shall cease to persons bear Interest.die.who own money In this Saving* Bank,die Money wiQ M EAkNEYVSFLUID -
THE ,
I ; SINGER paid to their legal I
.' ti- i .Smprovemcnt of the valuable Mineral Charleston and the repmamatrresv
Savannah! making
BAXK BooIC-AIIhoill the officers win endeavor, by all,P Mble means,to prevent fraudsyet all payment -
t [ J1 Spring and Park Ground in front, at outside 'iwssnge,, land: at its southern r- "" 5.. *10 persons producing the bank-books shall be valid payment to discharge the corporadonCHu.naan'a .' EXTRACTBUCHU
EKDOWKEirrsParents or guardians of minor children mat deposit as trustee for the
money
: ti nn approximate cost of $30,000. Upon I extremity, and steamers from the same ." {.. ( ..) '\. S benefit sf such minors until.they beCome of age iMeraM, upon which may. be withdrawn annually or added to .

i i.1:1, .:.. : completion, the Hotel to be'leased for a ports on the' inland route would touch '_. -1.,.,'t '& .'..I I0.1' : the SPECIAL prin lpal.ENDOWMENT PLAK.1t510': io the Florida" .Savings I Bank' amounting' '. S to 5$70 during each year for a

I: ..' I. .terra ofyeare to experienced and responsible at the cast side. Boats from Jacksonville -4 ..c term often year will secure the depositor at cash payment of Jt.ooo at the end of the term, or proportionately 'I
; 'MA : oq smaller or larger annual deposits In case of inability to complete the ted annual payments, the depositor
: I., parties, with proper guarantees for could run to either 'p l 1t. These 4.j a&i I vS can withdraw the amounts already paid in,upon g ving three months' notice,together with the accrued Interest S.
fe* 5 thereon. This plan unlikeordinary life insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture etit113Pftoremedy'forBgrcarr's
; previous
;. ;} Its maintenance in first-cLts manner. wdters abound fish ______________: and offers safe p.zJeasy payments .
in, sand good sport is :'I.h't ,S __ S !t! t 1. a method providing a handsome endowment for tI e future of parents,children friend
3d. The 5 or the depositor Individually. Simadeposill;not to be withdrawn for sari yean will entitle the depositor to
,. '
apcudy of the .2 'e.1 .
.. completion to be had with hook ,und line at most ; ii/" S .u : : a certificate for tIn6/1 amatnt/**ck dfposit I,payable fit ten years,in faror of any person designated. DISEASE
., :it ;jiatural dyke which now nearly encloses I seasons of tha Hiss trout S \ LOANS. All moneys-received on deposit shall be Invented in first mortgage on real and personal property In ,,,
year sheep- ff J J. !, \I. this State
'; :_ :, oat least double the value,or in other ample collateral securities. . :
'. -.about) 1000 acres of Valuable 1 Salt Marsh head l, drum,.n.nr blackfish_are 'the principal : <. ', REAL ESTATE-This corporation will act as trustees lor the purchase andale of real estate or the renting Atd."'Ifft flledf ftstaou'r.
'I' i;; I '
;
If : r and management of estates and property generally i .. .
Lands .
.> ,' adjoining' the Island bn the' varieties Oysters, clams, crabs, i A ",',/ .' .'1 JAMES,H. ,' PAINE," SAM'L SPEARING JONATHAN C. GREELtr, 'GRAVEL
'1\ puutli-enst and '., .;!. .5. President.VicePresldent..- ..' i" ':'r "" .
,
: .thereby reclaiming the and shrimps are plenty their'season. <}" :i'j_ I .7 .' .' ."" :. ,I : ,. S :. TreasurerS SffCctl1Rtf,
4
DIABETES
;;\:. most desirably. located and productive The St. Johns River and Fort George S I 0 MI-1 ?< ..t ,,; ,; 5) '; S S : DYSPEPSIA,

.''; )Inrket Gardening lands in Florida., Inlet offer great.attractions for boating S S"., :;:::: ,_ S t :"J; ,':;. n. j. NERVOUS TVNONRETENTtOX_ nRnpcvA' DEBIL1-

., 'l. S 4U>. J lie sale oi City JJuiMing Lois I and such deer ,5 -S ____ I A oJ. ,
sailing. Large .
game, as .1 ; .Ir : II
't,1J : : : JEAL I
.ESJ7ATE' ,
Villa Sites nnd Market
Gardens ,
to bears
parties turkeys, &c., are to be found nearby AGINTBITJMPJI'AN'L" I OR
I'' :, ; J t -: "! : URINE IRRITATION/INrlAMATlOV Cf
'I who will in good faith occupy and on the main land. : < S .'S S .'OR SAL ay THE I OR ,UtCERATIO& OF .'
J" \ THE
: .
\
: S ,
.
: .
; improve the same-reserving alternate The Island about S 4 S J :
Is four
miles ,
proper
: S FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK AND REAL ESTATE
: MAJORITY. EXCHANGE.
i :: ircIstirfuturcealcs. long by one mite wide'.at. its 'greatest 133.254 BLADDER AND
KIDNEYS
,
f : ;'i':, (;th. Laying out additional Building breadth with direction The Allen" of the finest ,
a north and property one resideneaa State,with to acres of land.on the shell road one
t. Lots at Fort George City for sale and south. The STATISTICS OF SWORN' SALES FOR 1873} mile from'the post-office. Beautiful river front,hoat-bousclarge grape viney rd,100 orange trees,handsome SPERMATORRIICEA .
: ; : western portion is mostly barn &c. House has 19 rooms finished throughout in the best manner. Double piazzas be sold at less ,
*
4 t. Wi *
: : shelling and than one-half cost,on easy term*. an estate. *
the cleared
; t grading principal land while the t cl S
eastern side is Companies.
Sold In 1873. Companies.. -- Sold ia 1873.', A tract of 58 one of the city, The shell Well located teucorrhoea
I .street; also, extending and improving for the greater'part, heavily timbered. THE SINGER-_.__......:__._ 132.<4 AmericanU..H._____.___. _. 14,182. ,for buildiag lots acre.or o lan mie. unbeas'17.50 per acre.The' .n MoneSpnng rd. Gland,Stone in or tha Whites 1.dder.; CoSS.a2S.SwS

; ; the fifteen miles of splendid Avenues Oak is the wood i Whee'er & Wilson ...._-__._.__._ 119,180 B& Howe.:............_._..___ 13/9 fronting- '*on Riverside the river.House," Brooklyn, ten mlnut walk from tho center of,the city. One acre of'ground1 .dust Deposit and Mucus or Milky Dfachargi ;
prevailing but all the Ho 18 rooms,in first-class order. Price,including furniture
I 'r" Domestic:__.___... .... CntalD |ioTooo ,
?- ?? 40.114 Remington Empire_. -_- __._. '9.113' Several houses and lo well located in the city Jacksonville. '
t'1 tt nnd Drives whicl) *already traverse the varieties common to this part of the Grover Baker.....__.___.____ 86.179 Florence .__.__.;-____ 8,06 9pt -

; ; Island in nearly: every direction, and State are found in profusion throughoutthe Weed-____ ai.76o Davis _-____ ._"._., .S, I. S KEARNEY'SEXTRACT

: I 1, winch are unequalled in attractiveness hammock. These are Wflson___ --_. .J:.__. 91.947 Victor .-_,._.__.___: .___ 7..446 SAYEr MONEY! SAVE" TIME .

:: ii:* principally Howe..-..__-.._._.. _._ No returns Blees______________ 3.4sa ) S : TAKE COMFORT.
the
., by any on Atlantic coast. Vast and cedar, pine, bay, holly, myrtle, hickory, Gold Med-______.__..__ 16.431 Secor.3" ; !' ..\ BUCHU

il ; :.: 'SJ inexhaustible l deposits of shells are located magnolia, and palmetto, presenting a Wilcox &Gibbs______ 15,881 Etna.J. E. BramesdorC.___ 3,081? ..; '. 'i ; .

; r .Ii on the Island, easily available variety of foliage to the eye.of the beholder Permanently cures all Diseases of the

; ..;'hi for the improvement of the streets and rarely' equalled. More than 15 OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE ,PORT: 'ROY A'L R. R. CLADDER. KIDNEYS. AND DROfSI.

,: .\ avenues. miles of drives have been cut EJnbodics : : CAL
throughthe New and Essential P.inci pies-Simplicity Construction: Ease of Operation; Uniformity of Prods ,t. I' I ,SWELLINGS
,;. : : 'i: 6th. Improvement of the landing at hammock in all directions shady at Action at any Speed; Capacity(or Range and Variety of Work, Fine or Coarse "
LEAVING ALL RIVALS BEHIND If.A ., "f Existing In men, '.
:; '.;! .Pilot Town (near the southern ext remU.L. all hours cf the day. These have genvLaiIy 5. -, '\ I S women and children,

'- ;' 'I'LuH _,_ _n. 1____ ___ .',' L' .. .. .. S S
c' : UJ' UI saw .ummoJ lor uccan ana lUver ucuu uaiueu hULL some uiaiiucuvc TEST THE SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING ANY OTHER. ", NOTICE. TO TRAVELLERS. NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE!

nmers. feature in the foliage, as Cedar, Magnolia i "

: : !';;.' 7th. The erection of suitahle build- Bay, Moss, Myrtle Avenues, &c. TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS, LIGhT S t Extract riot Steel Buchu says: nc bottle of Xcny, fJuld

1 ings on the magnificent Ocean Beach ; S combined" worth more than all other lucbn
? .. Edgewood Avenue, 100 feet wide, witha '
adjacent to the hotel and Besides the WORLD'S FAVORITE." we keep constantly on t and a large supply of I' :
S city for the shelled .
road-tad of twenty feet, runs Passengers make Close Connection Price One.Dollar per Bottle or Six oaks to The
''IVr" accommodation CLARK'S O. N. T. SPOOL COTTON 1Ju1l..rs.
of bathers. along the east bank of the Island four spools for twent)-five cents. 0
: And SINGER'S STANDARD l IA"tHINETWIiT, from twenty-five cents -all sizes and colors
such other up S
contingent outlays and commands its entire length a fine ACME MACIIlNET\vISToo 'S WA DEPOT, 104. DUANE ST.. NEW YORK.
yard for TIlE'S
; spools a 35 cents; 50 yard spools,3 for as cents. .
as will best promote the interests of the I view of the Atlantic Ocean. 'Mt. Cor- SINGER'S LINEN AND FLAX THREADS OILS, NEEDLES, &c" &C. A Physician in
attendance
; I .:; eoninany.aud place its stock on a valuable Oqlia, the highest point on, the coast .SAVANNAH &. CHARLESTON and give advice gratis. to answer correspondence

': : dividend-paying basis. south of Xeversink has a driveway to S '
49-SBND
S STAMP FOR
fAMHLEn rau.
s its The Singer Manufacturing Co. AND
summit, where the spectator can SS
; TERMS OF BUBSCKIPTION. .
look far and down the coast and : -
up out .!
No. 172 imOUGHTON ST;, SAVANNAH GA. PORT ROYAL : .
.
S 1 Ten per rent (or 10 on each hare) to sea., The beach is hard and wide at TO THE

n to be paid in at date of low tide and C. A. VOSBURGH, Afana r -. .RAILRO'At
4 subscription, as can accommodate a dozen :
S GEORGE, W. fRAZIER., ,,Agent, ... ,,S, For Augu Atlanta NERVOUS
:: a guarantee of good faith-for which aeoetpt carriages abreast Its length is about ct Cbal\noog AND DEBILITATED
S to-iTtf JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. -nati Louis : '
,
,
East and ,
t South, West. ., ;
.: will be given by the Trustees to two and one-half miles, giving a beach ---. ,' : t. ; Chiag aU-piotiortb ,r
-
4: : ESTABLISHED ,IN '(l868. : ;,7 "; ';";!'. I' .CI I or BOTH SEXES.NO .
be
S paid over to the duly elected Treasurer drive of some five miles. The beach offers S ; ; j S .

f of the Company upon the completion its attractions to those.des r1n surf "J .',;'" ;' TRAIN 'LEAVES DAILY AT l' : o' A. M.; -, ;,.. CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CWSVLJTJ -

.
I U." ".1.' w ..,, S TA'11O.
"f.
'
S r of the organization. bathing, while Fort George Inlet has A K. PE'RCI'T'1 -. .
"
; i < -*, : : ,' ;'
Twenty cent (or f20 each fine opportunities for those 1 '
per on preferringstill PA'SSEXGER HOLDING TICKETS' OTHER XINES CAN GET THEM ,Dill. ? P0"* gradate or Jtlfenon! Media
.; .4. share) at the date of incorporation; and water. .S .i' ,SUC :ESSOR TO J J H. CUOWELL.i.1.f") "ulhll.I IS -- (thereby avoiding'delay; 'in Savannah) AT .' College be Philadelphia' kuthor of several valuable works
A"GED can consulted pa all diseases of the Sexual ar Urinl
.
',1: ,. ,, 5' 'il ., "' : ," ,
; ,further The City site is on a 'finely-located S S S Co' Jr : ary'i rgaiw. (which be has mode especial nuify)

S : Twenty per cent (or $20 on each plateau at the base of Mt. Cornelia, at 5'..IU 5- :.. :' S 'j' IS 't..it : ,J' '::;;;" ;BR.ENS, TICKET OFFICE Hther iginating in IDiIM or of ar how female long no standing.matter from A what practice cause at Of.JO

:5 .hare) wi&in three aiunths from date the head of the inner beach, and looks :J',. i'I S ". .; {"t., > .... ; '. :. -.f' i .: .: ''. I guaranteed years enables Charge him to treat reasonable.diseases with Those wees**. C Iq
k at a u&taoct
..t S .of incorporation. directly upon tho Atlantic. :, _. ;, ,tf ,lI4M: : :,. ;i. ;. -.21"BULL STREET.; SAVANNAH-GA: 'can forward letter describing Siroplow 'and eiKfusHa

.. S Ths3( aggregate payment ;of fifty The magnolia grows in beautiful pyramidal }" 1 V ) 'irjtl; wt t I'I ,'.. .: '. j," '" .r A ': I. _I :. : ., stamp to pay postage '

I per cent., or $. on every five shares clumps, and the surroundingwoods < :_.i' .1)j "ij' : ',.'." r p; 'STRICTLY :! ': : Send for the GniJt U He ltk. Price.

S 1 : S : of slock will entitle the holder to a are park-like'in the extreme. _n {' if5 S ''-: -- .,"' f.IJl&Jf 4.p.A S ..:,; : l ." .'.RELIABLEi7iFaBMACTION, ( 5 FURN'IS1iIED! S B. J, pVOTT, M. D.,

:: warranty; deed, frue.and clear of all liens The soil is a rich -hammock one, S '!:' .r.J'7.; .d 10J -j; DAILY PAPERSf : '" .. _, Physician andSweonzo4DuaneSc.N.Y.lsPE.qs .

: or jncumbrance, of one full City Jx>tlo largely mixed with shell, .On ,one field ; -S '" ; : S ""' 'i"n ;: ,, ,' From '

S. ;!r:; ( IKJ allotted by numerical distribution, corn has been grown, ,six years in succession 10 DEALER 'IN SS 'I"'T r1'.' I the.foilowing'cities''vJfew i] York .i on file'every'day.jFREE l TO EVERYBODY:.Boston". ,' : : S 5' 5 'S '
1) -Philadelphia BaltiJQore: 'San
Francisio.Chi ;:
under the direction of the shareholders without manure and the : :t2- !.:>::-.; : .ag / p' '
4 aver- \- ';"i ': ,St..Louis. ,.Cincinnati'and'many'others : -OF. THE,
'
: .; 1ti from the several tiers of lot fronting age yield per acre lastyear; was thirty- BOOTS 'SHOES'":" ; : .i, '.. .. ... NEW.. VP.RKYEEKLY: JIEIWLDJAMLS -

S Award (he ocean (the rear lots being four bu&hels shelled corn. The grape, 'tr ', .'. / hEATHER. : t "I' ,,Quick. Time: .and Sure Connections via.the Port Royal Railroad. .. -

reRerved for sales)together with his orange, and other fruits are with .: .1 ,' CORDON BENNETT
grown '. . I '
\ .. 'I -.2I .' 'J' L'., ., S ,;;,: i.. ,
U"1' : : .PKOPaUITOa. S
: fuil, roUonate..ahare ,in the Lands, the greatest success/ S .5 AND FINDINGS, ;:' I',. ': ii" J A;"OHU EY.'j -. .. :I.u. JP > c. ,, .- f .
JNO: W. HOWELL. '
t ( Hotel, Improvements and Dividends of.the A stratum of fresh water underliesthe S ,. S S S "", "..!"'.. 'J ".'.?) .. ,--Jt ',,' r .. ......I 'I: "' ..,.:..''.'', .'.,.., .1.,.;':. -,.';.'.. 5 1 5 5. :.:._. I .1 1ir.diNy"z'ndStrub.. ', .

? Company. 'These payments it isthought 'i island, and; the greatest( depth towhlc'h WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY, HAND > ,:' r ; 'J".' : The WEEKLY I .1.HERALD: #'Is.1'published'4 every Saburday.

)z will. be amply,sufficient to accomplish it'is' to dig a"well. is S. "..I ,: : .-'1't: -.". ':..,'.1 ,S, ..t c. fl /' t: :I ; V 'SSjY .! ; : ; ; .L : price! :. at five cents.' per copy! Annual -subscription
/ necessary -. S ;
'f
: AND : r ;;
4'j the purposes' set'forth. from twelve to fifteen feet The wateris A'LARGE WELL ECTED.STOCK;, M ..: .JJ,. ./':. ; 'i. \ : t'Q.wE'r' \ ,; ." .: b. .On C'7- -2
i mi i >: i '. j -i : HOLs .D.RET LRS it Inree Copies;' U : --;'-,. "H' J
of unusual is almost invariably ESPECIALLY :.ADAPTED TO CITY' AND'' 4 : Fire Copies .
+ purity,and ouNTRYRETAIL.: ,., % : : ,- 8
1;5 4 : 3SLATED.UECEIPTS AND EXPENDI- remarked upon'by'those' '' 'VISJt-, S TRADE ..' i '. MUfr'j ',.:'.' .-,:' J: 01( L S. --S: ,. :. H O'E I S Ten Copies; ..5 15.

TURFS FOR:F1YE YEAUS. the island. j ; Id',." 'i :' ,- ;:<' ...- S +: *l'i 1 i D.nV" _. .., { f; ., S S Postage five cents per copy tv three mopthi S
., Ing And by strict attention business and the wants of the will endeavor : Any larger number,addressed. to names. cf jpbscrib.en.'lrjoeach. .
publi merit ;
f RECEIPTS: to a share of their i : 'I' '
patiooage. '
'
:' > ,II I- .t .* *.,-- '> : .tE: THE'RF'IN'DINGS :'
t :: Fifty cent. capital l in ,, .. Aa extra copy will bd sent to cluh of ten.
per paid .
$50,000 OCEAN AND )" : every '
l Rent of Hotel 5 at RIVER COMMUNICATION. GOODS SENT BY MAIL/ AND/'E'XPRESS, ';". /1,1 I"U :: -_. :: : .:. S Twenty copies to one address ope year |J5, and.
?1' 'J years 83,500, 17,500 S S I : 'j '.' J, :; any larger nuaiber at the same price.
'
.i, &i1cs'of' ,_ ,ToallparofiheSttte."; U h5' Ii' ': Twq
Building-lot and Land from and .5 5 extra copies will be sent to dubs of twenty.
: ,' 'T of in 5 years: Steamers Charleston Sayan- AT THE OLD. STAND. COR., B\V and OCEAN. STS.i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ::,' ./ .' ....Stl.t ,VV.complete assortment.pC Y9r and, Philadejphia! fine These rate makellM-WnxtY .the cheap.
nail c .ew
.; l S ( nhecti '"ith..N! w Yor'1q IJos 5. est publication ibe cPUDtry-", "
250 Lots avera'e $150 each .t I .. oodsa1ways.onhand. i. I ,> Terms cash In
advance.
'I' 37,500 LJ. ..1 ,5" S. "; : '. '; ". U' .' :'.';'. > Moncyseni by'mail will bq
; .400acreauplanIforresiden-: ton and Philadelphia) land at Pilot J. H.NORTON. '! .,,,... ., 5. H.. .OOKEJtf ,, /Sole : at the risk of the sender J :'' t '
,. : ;I Town senii '.Attorney d Law and Notary Public. : agentsin acksonvierfor:! Samue Dunbar & Co.'s A generous portion of the WnICI.T.HauLD will b4
to and from
ces&c.loflperacre40,000 weekly,( JQiug. o .' Misses' and : S appropriated id Agriculture;Horticulture Flpricnitura
"
.r t t 500 acres lowlands for'marketY. Jacksonville Palatka and other -. :: '" Chi s. ,' : 'omology and the management of domestic animals -

1" :,J.' .gardens.&c., 850 per acre, 25,000 the St. Johns., Adaily.Kteamer pointson has v NORTON. & .KQOIER.: :-J'UY.;::;:; ;: :: Goods : mail br'express, to all of,the-State.: Markets Particular attention, will,be paid also to Reports of clio
4. : part.
5-
S 'Ii yalue of 'hotel and grounds at J i. '" I" r .., ; ; ; .- The aim will be (i>'make'the'WrnIy Rn-san" Uicrior -
1" It' .t! )
S :1 t end of five years, - '. '3,000 I recently beep (k establishedbetween. Pilot RiEALDSALERSIM.: ; : ,. flay ,Slred,. ,Laura,Jacksonville F/V. ,, S I I. tK* to any other agricultural and* family newspaper
.TE
S &c Town and 1:1A ; ; j.'. : 1 T! countrY.
Jacksonville
yalue lands unsold at end a' distance, of : ; Every number of the Witidf HOALO wfll contain'

I :, of five years -,- 30, XX) twenty-five miles and upon the completion .,.,, ,,:",,-"',. .--' -.--.- _1'. -a., .,,.. QL.KEENE/: > 5 ST. AUGUSTINE. a select story and the latest and most important newsY
: ALL 'FOR, telegraph from all ol the world the hour
pots to
OF KINDS. ; op
S S "
: .. : -
-S of 111 '.'IIotel, 1 rand faster ? :( .W3.UO; > '041' i S publication.. '
: ) .: BAT STUKT,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,, During the session
'k ,09a S Congress the WMKIT RSXALB
,.
steamers will commence running thereby GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS representfhV"the' fiiovco S THE SCHOONER' will contain a of
the and the latest
A.l.PE."lDITURES summary proceeding
:4 .. : business V S. ,-'. "T1 "j"j! .' .' < i v> I ,, ,'.."' Dealer' in Millinery, Fancy and D G all 9 JL news,by telegraph from Washington Political.Re.
enabling, men of Jacksonville .panics :1 ; kinds: Kcl constantly on hand stjl of- IIgioUSFUhIOnabkMtjSIle.
,-, S Firat.payment for.lands, #5,000,, 'to live with 'their families'af Fbri FRANKLIN, OF' PHILADELPHIA, :i With comb assets ofover".. 4 "Ii: 7 S '. *,:" Magnolia nt-Jlijfence: Obituary Notices.Varieties.Literaryand AnuseBena.Sporting

; and $20,000 Block at 50 pr ct., 15,000 'George? during, Summer'and attend ,' .f! CONTINENTAL, Or NEW:YORK, I I i 2:.i.fU *.- 4M.1, mi >ijvi, ."H.- #' & *: {. .', .Si-) : IAT ANEi-TRJMMiKGS i. ;. .,*#.-i iit3; .' Editorial review of Articles the Cattle on the'Prominent topics'of the day.a .
: Second daily ,11. -> j Z9IilJ and Dry Goods Markets,FinaiN.
pay't for land in 1 } v/Lr'-
year, 5,000 'S r.MANHATTAN ? QjT.i .Win make regular trips cia! .
YbRK bet ComnurcEal
NEW fine of
OF oC inv.wrtaat
; rhird *. ", to business ; 000 :;000j'/! \M5o.pcsscoods: assortment ; .j'; Intelligence sndjccouni.a
their affairs. As .
2 years 10,000 I a,.Summer, : *1 S S bJayWc&SLA and interesting events of the week.
PENN OF PHILAbELTPHIA \f V V> V iT-Vf] .
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Fourth" 3 years, 10WO resort; Fort George'will thronged l by ; ; : : : .. ; KID GLVES VirVery employs no agents in the country nor
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Freights at rates. cities td canvass for subscribers,as BOM an
.1 Erection of..hotel"nd improver t resident of,Florida,,who will desire the LOANING.?MONEY .ON.REAL ESTATE-AND 'CONVEYANCING1! : CHEAP; also,a full assortment of-:' <( :; S For.freight or passage necessary. Any person pretending to be an gcnt air
I ment grounds f- the WES-KIT Hanai.n should be treated
S a'common
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30.000 ;
,., benefits of Sea and S iSPFCIALTY.'We .apply, to. WLLON.a WHITLOCK. windier. The club
I Jmproveineut of streets and bathing cool sea S GOODS. .r. system ha.abolished the agency
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-7S -_ ,dyking marsh lands,and I breezes without the fatigue and great give below, fewof.f the many choice.' places (or sale'!bY' u! : Have Just Yd'a'eitoi"WHiT ". "l., : : ; 'Otto JAMES'c.'JackYWe,F. ystem The price It is of safe subscription and cheap. whenever practicable.

all other contingent expenses, 20,000 i expense of h Northern trip, while Its S No. T}. Two- tory bouse on Ashley" street, near i>L No. 105.', Dunbiwtcm'nt ; on.:Halifax-river 'S "I t 5 .5 .. s. : .F'. should be transmitted by Post Otfice Orders. ''It. is clio
I James Hotel!;pleasantly situated in one of the best seven miles,north of Mosquito Inlet, at ; LINEKS., GRENADINES, FRENCH safest' mode transmitting money by mail.' ,
PczOrngcm
':'f' unrivalled scenery, its sanitary advantages neigbborboodaiothecity: house is new,with six rooms, 1,IO acres,j,150 acres'rich hammock lying one mile' S AT J "'" S I'crcaieiIrtssaniceatBuckyi./ A.small Post Offices in the country:where Post Of-
fOOOOOI, of closets .ad 'iD' PAlE CHAEJ .5 fica Orders cannot be obtained remitted
!: and fine hotel accommodations plenty good servant' room: lot S'H* from river 30 acres high shell land, ,immediately on o. : ) : : ,money nay be
Surplus at .expiration of live.jr' 105 feet, good Fence, good sidewalk, and the" street the river bank having rront of about one fourth mile, I n, twill be sold at greatly pt kes 6*73'msw : I. Registered Letters.lAdvertlsemcnta. S

years, - -- .,_.'. $14 ,000 I'I will' attract crowds of'Northernvisitorsin trees shelled i flowers; grape and In bearing shade trees;,a fine growing lot of thriftily young orange I good with finished large; house, two'commands tary, frame view>house of the,'sS river rooms and, neerly -f. ', H"FC, 'ORD, S In the WEETCLT}Hnx&0.to a limited r. number,,,wul. be Inserted
ocean
the Winter. well,with pump on back porch,which i* covered with and is surrounded with largei; bearing 'trees. ,COF1'INS4.NP. UNDERTAKERS ", .r. .S. .1'% S S Price of DUI,. )Haw.-four cects a copy. Annual
'VtitciTig ihrtt. tImes lhe amount flowering vines. Will be" sold' cheap.) some 75 to too-in number: good well,nod orange a.cistern _. (!i I .: -( 'ISuc ,. subscription price,ft*,always in advance. .
rigi1u paid ui besides N. B. To capitalists 'ddirIn a bis thing. there that holds goo gallons, In yard r thoroughly'ditched ': .- !n 1 S rf'HldaSb,1IeUoI 'S'Vrhe the address'on kteWtthet1gw Vo K H.
tho value of D OBEltSON & MAPSONSHAVING Is a fine opening !I.Springfield; a low cousan4 dollars and drained I/canal from sugrhouserunnlmit t-the A L.tJ C .; hIcRoWEU.1; ,: S. : .. LII.in a bold and legible band and give the name of
..; ,' -the 200 Ix-et-locatect City Lots ori i- will go great way.just now For particulars enquire river for. transportation of crop'; Immense quantities of M.Ect' RIAL;cAsEs ." ,. -, S each'subscriber Post Office,County and Stale so
of N orton& Kooker,corner.Ocean and Bay st1ee..No. .. wild orange trtes on the place; dMi toil II shnilal tD the .,. ; TV }* w l -jaJ0eeaB--jirBem ;' pUWi tbatno errors.Id.maiUng parent will beUabss
; .., .nafly,deeded to shareholders. : : : II,!! !oecI a fil1la-cJa 'S '. 74. ,A HAMWONB R SIUM.C* re* SAU.-Six best limestone sugar is land of Cuba,(o which it U fully equal: Npl". ----1 "S S S ,,; I! ..;;: r :%t -r-ccur. ". ( -" S"4"'
.. large room and kitchen,double bay window ,the abundant.: This place i*really one of the W > : FI'NSJ' ;' (7.
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:" 0P5'TflE S SALOON, west large double parlors, double ptacia on the south,I choicest. we war places;. ,In- ,Florida.anif. -, was known' 'a*.such be- .I. O.t. '(I , Wax"Highest.-eask*c" prlcea paid "for 'Hides..Skins S i8swiy, Fun, ., Trunk_. .. 'and-'yallses.at..Bucky's.. ,
-t DEscBJpnps. LoUAXD.t. commanding one of the finest views In Jacksonville; lJ i; II', ', -
corner of Bay and Pine ttrecU.where all ibc modern windows filled with tour lights 40-inch glass and hung N..B. .'Do"you want a'snug 'winter' home1, with I' I I J '
t t2: POET GEOBOK ISLAND is situated.at ppUucet' uwed fcy th* best jJooo jo ibe country.tan with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees sad flowers. In Florid t Y ocang ta rYF ,SALE A-D FEED STABLE? :MORRIS: A!; DZTALYNSKI,
bekxmd. They MM furnish*t all bouis floor with blinds all casings arc finished with mould'ing a beautiful lot, 70x156 feet,in Springfield high and ,,
-- :. 'the-inoutb of the,.. Johns Hiver, and and oiled and varnished waling k,beautiful'fiDiih, ; healthful,and within ten minutes walk ol the post-office, ,. ".. I ,
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; 'HOt .ANnChLD' BATHS. ceilings high walls hard-finished,open stairs, doublet o. lch to mako For 1IIU1Icu1aft
:: jvas granted by the Spanish government glass,front doors mortice lock on every doer in house: oINOn.oa& ?: $25.: ,' :.1'-- .c, I r. t ',"i Uj( -

- to Don Juan McQueen in '". Ticket entitling the bearer to eight itwivet:for tale china closet,store-room,plenty clothes-presses,bathroom I ', .' ,
1703. This Nesk &JacteI'clwdwa- ; : : J..H ; S
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:* J fer$ix>; eight WYft.hair cutting .>4 shampooing hip roof with cuPola. from which a charming 88 acres .j': VUK> ti :; -j-. '. ". N ,
Hxk land
: vIewisIobehsddthecitytbcnIVet and : fine front on St.John's river two mile jui.j "
grant Teas 'confimiod surrounding : west
the $140.
I_ by United 6 S S 9, Country; three lots,making twwop/eet.%good well; of 'lacksonvi Ie: This Is one of the most desirable river ./Aft OT7TO .ANJ)"QUALITLADIES' / *S :' J jS 5h ; i ;:
_S. States.when \ Florida ,was purchased S young shade trees started; half a mile from po.aolcciors.1d fronts In the vicinity of Jsdisoevi1leWIIi.bo-divided ,,':' S % .. 'S '
EMILE MOURGEON 'J.I at*bargain. if desired.No. AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBS
from that Tho present name LOUIS pI'- '- > -' axon No.:96. A': large, two story house with ten v large S 1464 Six ; "river EMBALMING "DONE" WHEN REQUIRED.' I1 : ..&..' mccbaadIseiocdesd, 'COnP'
acres
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of tho Island derived from rooms f thoroughly built,and finished hi fint-rate style Florida Home q ratabarpiL AtSo,' m.ntan4_ oldataitcQoaQrprrratetale.Every ,. .
was small Paris France flatdjr Foreman of the Suten covereJ ,containing. the. .old vineyard.. ,. sale <: r : '
with twelve foot wilints;.one acre or ground 0 5"' -!,-, "- ..5 '
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earthwork called Fort UUod Dyeing e ttUihment, loeateJtwlthln8Y MARBLEiAND! IARBLEZE1)SLA'jMMUEL'Si'r .' I';; The.beslafid.trtyllsh Uvery teams In,f the dty '
George erected S ;i.1 with fruit trees and flower i pleasantly I j ; ai fbr .
1 I,1U .f I' ) S S Description of efetnisW
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No. : 'ilrrtbrouTAj o.rar.-Th1. : can at the Stable of the the
( NEW DYEING ,minutes walk of the railroad: depot Price$10,000; V4T. 1i ott'centrally Is : : cn'4 new wl .'
: on ,'northern' extremity the AND SCOURING ESTABLISH. I located t Horid Jlome-.comer efCedar and tedisposed.of { .2 'I -- Streets ;
t ; by ; Eng "( ,500 down,balance long time if desired.No. built of the best Frcbch'brlck.and I Is ; 'J''i':
__ li&h under Go'v. Oglethoq 1j when he S I; MENT. 99. 400 aca-in' county:.0'C mile tjom'MdoDyillc. 'a first-clou house in every-raspect,; For price and ;. ::2 I i ierwtf-S Horses boarded' and- well, cared.. ".for'. on. :- reasonable' -'" .; .Ezs44i lGUR1'pOssI3LE'. .. 5 ) '' I

made Ladies'' and _demen.'earl&II Apparel, trice5 per acre. <, t.' .terms, .0p1J.toNonon I '. .Kook'.._.r." t.:' i., ,,.I, MAw4c'1IJRED.; ; 1opRT1t'm .'.,..SIJ'QII2row. .hauUl\I, altraon balli ., ., ..J
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; Iu'l;bu1 ndarletlarO;tlio' Atlantic and-other fine bbrlcs moat Lace carefully' cleaned. n4 'y,d. ',H' Cauoo'or'Writlto 1.. is.and itat. your nu'P' *. ...,.. I., ".', g",. .f( ).;ft.t' .., i SToii1th :,J': Yl .3ljIay ojJSy44(" ,: '1 tMn tI1tt !Ii' 11 3'.4 .;* ,J 4I .n:>'If." 9'1 1I .,;? ; 1_'
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