The new South
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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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THE NE\V SOUTH. Upon the definite fixing of the.road| guagein ireference: 'to :-.a: ..conditional worth,',bj the/tionjaifiHoient -of the : -' p.,,.-. .. .,- T ,

the grunt diatety' ttacb'ed to the I land. ofjands : ; AND grant similar ,to the one under conditions. to cutting of the while af, work obe day Tn clearing

vrWEDNESDAY alternate sections designated by old consideration, which apparently favors The view'aJvanced In the case last i into presentbcfo're, consideration me, .when, it is. taken I logVjet, as.fhe.; United States; had away the loose: rock after fireing,'*
TERMS SUBSCRIPTION- numberst" lying within the "six mile the'view expressed in the' latter referred to (the case in 2. Dillon, were]granted (nbt.for such,, these. 'lands never taken any.step through its j judicial I" iJliiJroJ'Je' X.dowiLonjrbat-

SuItI.4.LELX.mail subscriber.|).SOpcf annum limits, which had not previously clause of the preceding' )aragr pb. In supra) seems .to be founded on* the purposes fri general the t uses and legislative' or executive,..departments appeared, solid rock, the JeT eJ. fellr
O. ), eck: and *" """? cop been pre. mpted.' sold or otherwise the section State"might to the
FJ'': f ? 1St of the act'of. July 28, doctrine; of conditions atthe resume lands ,the title through ten inches On
club of lea received at one time. common choose to sme' deep.
..M'JULY lie so*10 11III0 every aubacn erl ** per 8I1DII., TmCGfI .appropriated ; and with.respect' to the, 1856 (i4x ?ta '. 338,) reviving the law, ,' according to';which, where an for a specified"appropriate object, 'them to, 'bu't) thereto must.. be.' deemed to remainstill examination. there ws a round cavity '
each: 1'-enry cop.c.fI.6o, ; Fiftr cop4ocadt lands, lying within the "indemnity' made to the namely, to aid !n .St te. Accordingly 8 Inches
grant States of Arkansas estate;; a'grant ted upon a ndition i in the of ,some or 10 deep, filled with, .
"$' limits'1 it attached to such selectionsas and Missouri by the act of February subsequent; the breach'of the condi and constrction the' a certain railroad :information received by you (to which, water, in which" a'large jellow toad oC j"a .-J

ADVER71SI1..C RATES: may have been made by the agents I 9, 853 (to Stat: '155)' to aid in the tiondid'notpsafata'revesv'thees.tateinthe express terms 'of the refernc is"made in your* communi different species from pi ;
oo per iach.or lew,firu iiaenion: of the in lieu of grant were required to : ver
.adI'S..WattUy.1 tKW,aocmon.50 cents. Slate- those sold or construction a certain railroad, it grants,-but.only gave him by the State for that b disp ) the effect -con Inthat'eas.hel ever seen. A lively toad anY ;

.unY, *i.tS per inch or!.first Insertion: each subject to pre-emption,1mmediarely provided that "all the l lands'therein a tight to resume, it',,which".might be that they, were, object ; that the breach of the His toadship was taken in
liweruon.75 cent upon the approval thereof by the See moreover required to tiken cba.g'b1" I
1.IEqI1cnZ granted which advantage the
revcrted.to. United] enforced : at b superintendent of' the
;f.R cent per line.TCKMS 'or aivt liscledionHenc : of only as a work
ri / of
tt the Interior. andthe lands
: CASH IN ADVANCE.ADAMS. retary After the States under the provisions of ,said 4 if be'wante; ,,to 'be.disp.. ,certain pro resume by act ofCongress 'Vbe we consider the fact that 'the'toad M
Addrrs& .CARRUTH & CO, grant attached to'any particular sec- act" 0(1853, shall be 'fsubject to the tage.of the) ccb, it wi te avar. to lll dues seem to b was found in the solid -rocki"; '
Jacksonville&. tion or parcel of land, either within uses and in all b h'a' quantity .4J: con .ofthe well after in *
trusts that drifting half '
.ounde mil
respects they some.act be done by him land to be soldand l that just a ? from .
= the "six mile limits, or within the were beoreand at the time such reversion manifesting his intention,to the' happening of ) upon. \ seen that in the, grant the entrance of the shaft, and by measoreracnt -';>' ,
eofL.andGT1t1t. to Railroads. "indemnity limitsihe State at once took effect*!' :tater and 1h acjt t reme-h, *"Yvis a ..contingency i under .consideration, Congress .has 370 feet'from'the surface of
became seized of the same force of \ .t :S ; ,jhe 'OOn.impTetionb1the'road declared. that, certain of, the lands the earth !
I. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE by The period..liraited'/or completion. case,, was an'eritj"Or what in law waseqiuvaJentiheretoTvKo within a ;certain Deriod Ytb'epowerof i we come to the conclusion '

Washington August 6.h,,.1874. the statuteS alone ; 'but such''seizing .j>f, ihcybad. : justf IeTrefEict-baa ; estate of free- the State ttT makeSny disposition thereby granted shouM.Teyer.UQ the that we don't know-how he got ihere> f.'
Government in
was only for the UJe'.nd purpsespe expiredin hold Created at'thecommonlaw certain .' ,If. be was created ononeof th'tw' .
xgdj.-and tbcondition r of
C D fecthyoJthiZnfrTar ; of b such of the'land j then As cortinjency .- '
r H cified in the statute"vir: for aiding 'a thisprovki6n original six,days he
the grant was then unfulfilled. Nothing without JYry., and the rule was remained of was to was some 6,000 j
: communication of 'the in the construction of the railroad appears to have been' done by the that where. estate began by livery thus, up to undisposed this point-leaving cease the- dicative is of a contrary intCntioO, ,'there yer old, according Bible History\t.t

SIR : -Your mentioned. Government it could' be avoided I certainly strong ground for'the'pre- If he was not then
defeat-the''title of the only by some :'actin State but a naked title thereto reate
,4tb ol August, 1872, in regard to By the terms of the grant, the lands i' ; strip. sumption'tharit was intended to' he was 106,000 prlp'
between ariofequal 150,060
that 'the notoriety. ,An ofall b
grantees' time; arid ; entry ped right of alienating the lands
the land grant made by Congress to were to be applied to that exclusively of itself efficient for the he was'sd'much )
purpose deeper Tn the
of the accomplsh. a '
passing act of 1866 and consequently to' deter-
in necessary .or appropriating
the State of Wisconsin in aid of a and disposed of by the State ; yet 'as ;them ,to: any use ment of what is i: therein than thC' toad rok .-
this.act Congress mmc an.estate: :of feeehold for condition \
obviously .assumes 1 : or, whatever when CincinD3t
purpose, these
Croix riveror Jaketo without
from St. only as the work and being supplemented further taken *
railroad progressed ; that'thc,United,States has already become broken.even when the estate was features of the and by cut rok %C feet from /
the west end of Lake Superior and their disposition was, besides, 'required ; "' grant ( spcaly legislative action directed to ,the the that '-
reinvested with the title to the' : absolutely::voidon, :breach the latter) are considered snrace. 'a only 756oo';
requests my opinion upon to be made in the mode same end, and furthermore that the
to only lands. Indeed.' the mere passing of r bcaus whatever might be'the terms hardly be regarded .as a forced years age. You;wTll find a"rul de
the question whether you are "author prescribed by the statute. That mode con .will Congress thereby.declared,was! scription this !
the act ;'rttni'I the 'former gra'ntwoutd of 'condition' ( the grantor padnothing' ttruction of the, furtherprovjsiOn English oneWof
ized to declare the said grant to be was this: a quantity of land withina contained meant to-b carried out.in this uiother Fnz '
until made., 'It. : ;' i$
seemto, Jroceed on the entry was in a ChambsVork .
thegranttvhich '
fnub'ncC '
forfeited and 10 order the restitution continuous length of twenty miles sition! 'that the'title .or.interest imparted uppo also. :'rule that where, an' ..entry'was declared that;, upon'the happening of L a e'the( duty being .purely: :.IlU.s, Guf. -. t .-,1*,j
of the granted lands to settlement andto of road, not exceeding one hundred administrative! in. its character)throughthe : ,
by such grant .had previouslyceased necessary in case of a common person the same above' :'h
market. and twenty sections, was in the first an contIngency executive branch of the ,Govern- .PROFESSIONAL ,
to exist. Other' instances in was ,.the CARDSAc.FJR. f.i
Thc;rant referred to is that con- I place authorized to be sold ; then necessary unsold me!lt,lwith the aid ,of the judiciary I
upon in of ,
which the
Congress has revived of I case crown. But this'rule shall aba revert.to the : _
Uincd iu the act of June 3, 1856 the Governor of the State grants grator-l where.the intervention of the' !latter "
certifyingto ; F.
the does not td have been 7'f.V
I same character are found in the appear ,deemed repeat, it.could .be. "
hardly regarded McMANtS : *
(n Stat. 22,) the provisions whereof, thcJSecretary of the Interior that a should become 'n esrr. But I.do ti
acts of 'and applicable to cases where the
April March forced
1869 a
jpi ; crown co mellon pfsuch
the J provision (Recently Baltimore ,)
materrial to subject mat continuous riot perceive, exists .
$o far as any twenty miles of the became entitled thaVahy necessity .,
t'6' "
Stat. resume lands .
1871, ( : 45 580) "renewingccrtaii r to. granted to hold that it,operated ''
perse to,
let of the inquiry, are the following: road is completed l. another. like quantity the'British put here for recourse'fa such aid., At HOMEOPATHIC PHS[ '
by colonial
the State authorities
to Alabama.. nd
grants an ,to State.to .
By the 1st section of the act it is was authorized l. to be sold, and so -' tite.fhc the- :common law an a t'irpais' was, sufficient I:.T
These'a ts,,: of the on_ conditions. subsequent, in unsold Has
"that there be and it is together act of F conse.: upon' the located i in Jacksonville. Ofice and,res! until the to forfeited
of for
provided on completion the road. .resume an.estate
1866 in .of the failure o Monroe street between Pine
which the of the in
language quoted I quence grantees happening of said Lu.a _
granted to the State of Wisconsin But has contingency and to broken i it the reared iendcon* *ttT
been shown not I )
hereby as already the 'condiio' ; required bb
above to the
is'used., :.certainly look as if I perform conditions. The revert these lands in'the United t
(or the purpose of aiding in grant provides that if the road is not Siate. forfeiture first judicially' ;- T7Tr
Congress, at the time of their proper manner of making such For it' .
have c.L
enactrnel.t resumption may occurred, Congr nowmoif w.wnmrcr.
the construction of a railroad 'from completed within stated "no ascertained. So', in'the ,
a period present Aa-ratLawaadC.S.Comm'r. *
regagdcd the' of the as seems from that 'aft the Notary PubUc.1
reverson high
.authority r power Lbf the
and to the points mentioued;/ further sales be and Stte'dispse to the lands be.resumed, sit ;
every jshall made the may seeoistome'byany *
lands the United' L. ROBINSON "' s
to 5t3te &
:, under the simply by making new of orappropriate the to C 'CO./ :;. .
of land
shall .
alternate section designated land unsold revert to the United conditions to such appropriate'action on .! :
lhe' therein grants / t
by odd numbers for six sections in States. And inasmuch as this grants referred willing, to accept us or purpose once'' 'ceased,, the part of the executive branch of I :kt ESTATE.AND INSURANCE BROKERS,9Aeency
provision them'see
to, as having actualy.! taken I a j jofnt opinion"gfven neitherthe interests of the State'
t idth on each bide of said road respectively. places a qualification upon the '-, northo the Governmentwithout previously 'Te'M""t. Company. .; ,
the u
place the by and Solicitor -
upon non-fulfillment the t Auore General of the United' States would besubserved ** *J ,
But in case it shall its effect will obtaining 'a' judicial "declaration ''of F
appear grant now be consideredin ; '
: A1 "
,iSirJDudley Sir Z.66,53tS.
conditionsimply. Rjcierand Wm 1..3. tayid
,by ,a continuance s
that the United States have connection .of the forfeiture and I think that''an de "
with the subject under ; 'o 7181'] : : .
when the lines or routes of said roads2rdiflitClV examination.: On the other hand, there is authori. Murray afterwards Lord Mansfield, naked title of the former, and, thusir'iewing issued by your Department; restoring! :- -, ,u S I I

: fixed sold any sections The provision just adverted to, ty favoring the opposite .view. .name.ly. .- in Forsyth's'Cases" andOpiniuns: on the 'matter it --ould_ seem the lands td settlement to market ) .N.BETJES,. :& *ft 74 L

theieof granted: as -aforesaid. contain that In a legislative grant of I lands Court Law, p.: 145') Inquest of quite.natural J for Congress to provide, would be a aid I J-.'LL1.fl'. :
or parts j seems to two conditions, one office proper o resuming: AND
or as it is sometintestermed aud.th Pflys1C SURGEO,
or that the right of pre-emption has affecting the l/sepou'erta disposeof the upon condition. subsequent similar to "ofce"i terms actually' employed inthegrant I them :and adequate for the,Duroose.Thatit ,, UI o

attached to the same then it shall be land of the grantee, and the> other the conditions just mentioned, the an inquiry made throughthe are'not Inconsistent, with an : is competent to your'Depart': _.JickIc.iue.I1a.4T

lawful for any agent or agents, to be affecting the title of the grantee to the lands do not if so facto ,revest ,in the, medium of a jury, by the sheriff, intention! to provide; ih3t when ment to issue such [order-1 entertainno 'OFFICE Hocs From 8 tiD a.m.aod,I:tl p-"_ !

aplKriiued by the Governor of the land. Government, by the' mere 'default in coroner; .or, escheator, tirtitte. officer, thalpCndetermine the title of'the doubt. I 0! -iRKsIDcI-COTne, .Ocean" a. )o t
or by writ to them sent for that 6 4
I' Slate, (o select, subject[ to the approval By the one, upon the happening ofthe the condition ; but' that some'act on pur- alo and 'the The following is a 'of the: ihr
pose, or' by omm rum
of the Secretary of t:'e Interior contingency) referred to, viz: the the hart'of' the Government manifesting appointed : ssioners.stcaly lan thereupon become revested hi general, conclusions,, at 1 have 'N9R-ON,&: KOOKER, .- i* ; oREAL. S
from the lana of the United States non.completiun of the road within the 'an intention to take advantage of 'concerr mater States, without any future arrived, touching the..subject, submitted J
the entitled the crown to the possession action on the' .of the l latter. 'ESTATE comer
default is essential to defeat the part The DEJEJ. Ou&7.t1S. .
nearest to the tier of sections'above time limited the authority of the : J .
title of the &r3ntee. I refer to the lands'in tenements, guods'or 'chat. clause in the grant providing for a i'. 'The Money aY. Real Ektat Mconty., .
specified, &i> flU h land in alternate State to dispose of the land is, I operations ,of conditions Life 1_ o G
tels.It md
of Agentn 'dealers
kinds JD
was two of conditional
one determination of > 1 J
sections or lulls of sections as shall think ipso facto determined. The recent case Schulenburg et a!. v. the power subsequent in Congressional grants.of Land*.Plantations&SpringfieUl '
be equal to such lands as the United language of the provision is, that in Harriman reported in 2 Dillon 398. which was an ofce of entitling-this of JIe State to dispose -of the land, public ,lands does not depend upon Cmp 1'VVI. asp.- ?* __ ,

State have suit) otherwise This authority is entitled to 'great was to vest the estate and possession and also for ;hCrCOfldltlOfl3l, determination the Of the .
or appropriated that case "uo further sales shall be 'rnJe' cpiflraorT Tawlapplicable r ,
weight here by.reason ofthe, eminence of land', etc, 'i in the King'were he of the title of the State to the 'to"such conditions but ; .&.THUa."BIE -: -'
ci to which the right of preemption made"-terms which'amount to a di- upon the
ofthejndges who the opinion had only.right or titlc'before, and the land, reads : ,,"if, said roads are not i > ,S' -
has gave
attached aforesaid and tention".r 'Congress as ATTORNEYS.-18
rert of
positive prohibition
which lands (thus selected in lieu ofthose sale of the land thcnrctorth. any the andjilso, from |the ,circumstance, that other was;an .office oulnumthis completed :within ten,.years, no :.fur from the gather- : ,' .1*)I'3w t
by took,place where the estate of the land ther sales shall be made and the langag '
the land
; sold and to which preemptionhas State and I cannot conceive that opinion'was given, in a case !involving grant 43 STREET. NOi 330.1*****
anything the etc., was.lawfully) :in the Xing before, unsold shall' revert to'the United ,
construction of -
attached aforesaid very 2;, Hence. whether the nonfulfillment ''
as is
together "
more required in order that WASHINGTON CITY. _
but the particularity of the land States. determination ,
As the'
tjtb the sections ai.d parts of sections such prohibition may take -effect. than grant now under examination. etc., in of ,|the condition in the Wisconsin w--
did not pTrecord the both '
designated by odd numbers as aforesaid the mere failure to compete the road > The case just cited was an action of b appear pbject cases is- there made to depend land grant act of June3,.1856, : ,C. ..DV;. ,; i i'i.i -i:

and appropriated /aforesaid/ ,) within the period limited. This position replevin to recover a quantity.of saw- ing'o of instruct the :the, King ol. the certainty upon the same contingency, 'in terms, (viz':;' that if ,the road, is. not completed J.B.., .-.- ,. :.. b

shall be held by the State of Wisconsin, is strengthened by some remarks logs which $ originally brought .in' in Jard, so Vin.Abr.vol.that it might be of exactly the same'' import .(gramatitcally '' within .a certain ,period,, so ,, TrORNEY' AND _-_" .
for the and aforesaid the district'court ot the first put cargeSee \ ; 16,; conJdered): in 'regard to' the much, of : lands mightthen COtSELRAT\ :
use of
Court judicial .
purpose iprortitd the-Supreme of the he.granted a .. ,
I p.: 79.) lain. ,not aware of :the ,existence time of ,.its accomplishment, the inference : ," ( '
that the lands to be located United Stales in the case of Ricev. district of the State of Minnesota.Tne by"the State In the new Freedman s Bank Bonding ,

shall in no case be further than fifteen Railroad Company (i Black 381) logs had been cut by the plain ofar.yawOthF f } ..Statesmaking.provision might fairly! be drawn, that, it should revert to, the United tat.e) :Pi.. FoSb.ale.f., -- w '
: for inquests, or of,, was intended to transpire and become riw ). .5.!
cites from the lines of the roads in made in reference to a similar authority tiffs during the logging season of 1870-' fices'of this ipso facto 'avoTdsihC'title"of the State ;- '. f
andln _
sort, the absenceolsuctilaw in both .
; completed at'the 't 't
: cases same '.
each to the 'unsold lands' dr
case, and selected for and on.ac determinate the non-fulfill- 71, upon odd sections of the lands "
upon ieve'the'sm
count of said roads : granted by Congress to the State of ; there Is lAahifestly muchstrohger'grbnrid moment.; 'Arid "here I "may"again .re-1 '1n "the. Unite > .Ri, NO.dX"J: :
:provided further, nicnt of a condition, the authority r State Wi _- .
for .
theafore- fer to' the of the court in .
holding ., -
opinion i '' dA .
that the lands hereby granted shall be I here alluded to being hat conferred Wisconsin by the aforesaid act"ol J it merely: 'renders such ttle' voidable ': 'J': .
said rule of the '' -
Commoo'law'as to the v. Railroad cited above, '
exclusively applied in the construction by section 4 of the* act of June 29, June 3, 1856, to aid in the construction of offire"-to company and liable to be thereafter 4p.ATLA\y
of that road for which it was grantedand I 1854, entitled An act to aid the Territory of a railroad from St. Croix,river necessity cases"where an 'be inapplicable where in the ,seni nce_ immediately when the United States by '.some' 'act Office.; la-Reed*' Block.'Bay Street/"' ... 1 t I
to the
selected and lake Lake' 'and Goverme'ntbeco following the rem rk hereinbefore manifest.their ,desire the : _-- ".
shall be disposed of ol Minnesota in the construction or to Superior to Bay.- :entitled to. resume :" '" &!'fb

only as the work progresses, and the of a railroad therein.. After.. adverting field ; but they had been subsequently granted e by, Co'ngress to on rriurnCl,condition lands quoted thererrom,- wi b connectionwith 'found' language lands, is purely'a question of statu ._. ,,.i, .I! .. :

ume shall be applied other! seized and at the time of whih. tory interpretation. ROBINSON. :.i 41
to no purpose to the period fixed. HI that by bringingthe for i in the Condition, than would to ;' ; C. : c/ "
seem j
'defaul tho
whatever." for the suit were still in possession 'of, the remark 3. Lookingatthewholeofthea t,
section completion of the contemplated j : uI' f. .
'was"n considering: it inapplicable support, the .It is very clear and into ATTORNEYATLAWOTARTP ;" .
The taking
jd section declares that the improvement the Court defendant an agent of the State of I. considertion", the
to the cases on'which the opinion; that.under the above .construction of &. m :
lands "granted said te Wisconsin the, of that peculiar, fcatuie of ,the grant .con- Ua'mn< m
to State shall in the case abOve cited, observes : as probity just cited was given.It the provision for a continual [revest -I") /; ,,$..ClRCUU-..
wl)ect lo the of State., It was admitted the trial I tamed ther in, the particular provision :
disposal the 'Legisla- 'Ten years were allowed for the purpose on Office:Noa Masonic dock.A '
to hat there United A
seems me; however ] ing othe'ands'in the -
tnre State fn. which the aforesaid IS :
thereof for that of said railroad had condition .
the no .
aforesaid part
and if the work everbeen
,not -
purposes was '
is a the lands unsold time ; I : .
legislative at the of the : *
an j constructed anti the- great'diferenc het"'en:1 found may reasonably be coustrued to WRIGHT, mrr.
no other. ._ within that time; 'then the ; plaintifis, a, r ( defaultIn-the condition''must' '' ;: :
grant .
neces '
The 4th section provides "that the power of .th'e-Territory to'dispose of r among other things claimed: that the estte, upon 'a's have, the"effect1,irur vtgore, of avoiding ATTOR.\EY'.AT\o.UW.
and of r y''considered --
a '
lands hereby sald ( title the-!jahds on_ which.the! l logs grant si! ,bavng'z the title of 'and of re-: .
granted to : State: the lands was to, cease, without further ; such an estate by. become r domain --
,. an
public Reed's dock St.
Individual upon ;Bay ;1 .mc,11a.
unsold lands
be uniiettb unitirigrthe '
disposed of by the said State action on the part of Congress. were cut had, previous to the cutting similar the pub
a condition where the doc and thereto.
; subject relating lic domain of the United win practice b the diffitrent of the ScUXiCOIJ"
only in the reverted to the United States there cart
manner following, that is i By the other condition, uj>on the trines of th .common_ law prevail. In. But ,assuming as I do for present immediately' ,the non-fulfillment lections rnttendcdo. _... .. i 1- '
; upon
of land 1 having 'judicial proceeding -
quantity not of the .
happening same contingency
the latter case, the cohditioij J Jn the :that the interpretation of ,
of the condltion.4 .- :' _,
: 1A'r4uaoi. "
exceeding one hundred and the Ian.dt/irn i is no act_ of Congress and no other act purpse. 'S .LIIDJI.f'H.
twenty remaiilnguwold to revert
grantcannot be made given the In '
to by court
Kctions and included within a con- to the United States. Here the t of the general Government, 'to take operate "' ,jY $t.asjminga.is done* here, :*** **
otherwise than,in subordination to the the.above cited' case, of "Schulenburgv'Harriraah i. :; j
unuous! length of of the'failure build thc for ,purt/oseof this case) the. correct pAs9:4: ,.: ,' -
advantage to .0 *
twenty miles of r grant makes provision for a conditional rule ;* .
and hence, : (viz: that by .such) -,
olthecommon'.law provision
'or ,
constructio such
roads respectively may be sold ; and I divesting of the title to such I railroad or :o declare the.foifeiture. i ; provision to ,, ., in the lands did
wben to provide, .on ,the nacre be'.that the lands
do .
the Governor of said State shall I land out of: the grantee the State,) .Moreover, Congress has, ip" three positive terms, that estate should default in the condition h ipsofacto.it.* not, by the nonfulfillment jr.-: '. '>,-Yt: "ili"OJ! 81
het ,
Wrtify to the i 'pf the condition,;'iisofactfrevertto : Office,R Qua'..buhdioJacksoir aie.,Fla.,
tlt Secretary of the_Interior and revesting the same in the grantor instances that have cobe.: .under, my :be'absolutely:vpicl and cease on breach vert to' Government; ,, but. that 'theUniteii States thai Iti"E ;, ,, t
aid roads any twenty continuousmiles of F (the United Statesand:; the question I I:'notice, passed acts declaring forfeited I yet thee, tae' would pc>;crthecssje, .| some act on the part 'of the'' l latter some action on'tnepart' 'of;'the l latter E., JOHNSON; :M.' !>.,' -" r", :*"'n ** .

er like are completed, then'a oth now arises whether this change.ofownership1 landi"whkh had; ',been: granted for voidable only, ,and wpuld continue showing an intention to ,,take .advantage showing an intention to take J r .' l, .. ',:, .0 "' ..,... .

quantity of land hereby grant- 'takes place immediately similar purposes and upon similar conditions thegrntt: after the' breach* until I of !thcf'dcfaulf was _also necessary of( the''default advantage .. HOMCEOPATHICPHYSICIAN ,--" .

la lane nay until be sold ; and ,so from time to I upon,dclaull ;in the .condition by virtue 'to the above .long ;Rafter jhe defeated by" entry Whereas, 'in: ;the to effect, ; lat result)' 'is.:'correct, order.to revert is'necessaryi the lands therein',, 'an 4ND. ) -.SURGEON.,

said roads are completed ;;; of that provision alone and without happening of, a default the condi former ''the .J 0 9..
conditions in the i
*M f said case, inquiry ( .ts f Itself _as ,t.le act .of:, the executive branch .of: the .Office.norta 4 "6fOBar Street/ta'th.l oboa.
thln! ten roads are not completed I _any act on the part of the grantor tion. -the grant j.and thislegislationseemingfyfteste. grant; 'can .be made: to"'operate 'contrary : bat reofhe.ac' p reulred.on Lh Government wqald, seem. to. be :isuffkrlent I Dew;building. ,_next block east National, HouL'f logtfrALL&

years no further sales shall I 11 or whether some act of the latter, ,en(the assumption that L 1 'and / the rules of: the 4' .
K nude 'rrcs'e pI .Govermet to 1cnmet for the of.thatresult. -' "*"' p !
__ 10 the and_ he lands unsold" shall I I"Cu 11 showing_an intention' 16 take the de surh default didnot itso facto deter of tieco'nmon 'if th"t should' ,be lands.In'that. ... oplshment, :..BASNET. :, I: -. ':...,; .: .' :14J.t4. ..11T
United States. I fault; is.necessary first ,to be done in mine the title, ,of the grantee to the t, .Ly tbjc.JLegisIaturc. case thedecison ofthecoarttba't .
Br Such t in T \
expd ac !
the'5th .5; may consist.jSimply '- v\1.F.lII
MaT: section of the act of order to defeat the title of the grantee. lands. The first of.the is the act of o ,question 'whether' .the the lands'had,npt'reverted: ',is 'u'ton the of ) ,

hid S'and& 4' (13 Stat. 67,) the'lI.me I Thcrtareautborjucs;: ; ; drawi.a July 14 1870, entitled. "An act to breach of.a'condition subsequent' astatut'nry1 .the, ,ground '(to' ; tatjtIn'! ng g' ing promulgation the 1 lands to, settlement an orc!er, 1stor- .'Onsc.-JaR-raBaiJd1ac.'upllaJ. ; : hi'. ._
1imited aIv. *
.i. ;. -ij"" f- e
of the said for the completion distinction between.the operation of declare fortcitcd to the United States grant(avoids the' estate arid! of the court), XI :!Jog. been market .which'orq'er: It'')is.corapetenito -'- p1" v'vj tACKSONVItlE_. .. Fl.*

J. .7' railroad' in the act of June conditions of this kind, ,in legislative, certain, lands, gtted.to the Slate, of at once.i'eve'sts jih the Gbverment, ;'or no.judicial proceeding,,no act oCon' the of the Interior 'to .-, -

6ft ?** wndedto a period of grants and tHe operation strmkfr Louisiana to 'a whether the estate- becomes, .rn ereJl! gress, and .no ether act vt the general issue Sceta-r "D ICHARD-McLAUGHUN, -

oCtile 1 former rs from and alter th* passage conditions in grants made by private railroad therein1!. (See 16 Stat. 277;) avoidable t by thebieac., as) (,com-, Government to tikeadvantage: of the I :may 'add ex": REAL ESTAJE"' C vr.-! *'* fJ .'

rn the 6tb 0 act, in other words un- parties. Thus it has been held that the net is thCf- PjtJ3/ ,,1874, mon Jaw, and.continues hereafter in failure'to'build the railroad or't td de pressed' appears that.tthe to furnish'viefat'tan' answerto .:' .. "chulls" J-,,'

You ib}. 1869. where an' estate is' conveyed by the entitled, United the grantee. u.nti is'in some legal |the forfeiure." :The''other the propounded in o/Reat Estate aDd sold i ii' ( sAB )
inform, eire quetion by-you sorts : oougbt i -
tc* me that the road was deed of individual: subject to: be States certain lands Rranted to mode reumed the :GoTernrnent, ac. here referre:" would seem fob terms so_direct and explicit to JTazo paid.Titles examined.ftn '

,I IUd"Pitted that at tbe date last named defeated by the breach.of,.condition the PlacervilleaRd Sacramento Valley i it of- Interpretation.-; : 'act proceed tnglp'ln, 'some department der one [from me ren-unnecessaryi' Rxrus, *'v' micissKnftoWUUani: /Attor .E qr'

Dade tq'obtain since then cOons have been' subsequent, if the condition is broken!I'' Railroad Company to.aid. in constlctin'g' by the' 'p!ov sT .ns'i 'Jri) ch' grant U o(: the, bides aoreJ9rma: ; ." New Lewt*York H. :Redne Ex-Cor..'.PkJJadrtpWa A. G. Cortin.: W.BeUebote.Sda..Boyd.t&/: Pa.; .."

ttusionor fiom Congress an ex- it is'necessary that the'irant r or person ; a railroad ''from the town of plainfy iKat, the' 'Legisla url: cither the judicial or the legeslatlve : I l liave..the.honor.to, bevery-rcs- Philadelphia l>.G.Ambler.Backer.JacksooriUe.tla,rjn

thattbey time have: for its completion, but authorized take ad rant. age of it j Folsom to the town of Placerville, in ,i'pat state > !uuli abso'lutly \j department inasmuch a both judicial pectmlly' ,o your"> ,obu' seryt.' ,- IiarJ'I Mdacr.. "Boacoa." MatSJ'pcI, .,' ,-' .:,'' "j "
failed You 'also in. should either enter or do some other the State' of California;" and the l determine action alread ; 'f -
I fcui Ute that I upon .o[ the and legislative tare GEO:,,HI: WILLIAMS, ...ftA.. KNIGHT, /. ', ;, )
IJUlC within all of the public lands act equally effectual, in order todivest I third is ihe act 'f June 15", 1874,.'en- condition, that .int nlion' must .bedeerneddecisiveol enumerated by the o'un.'ahd'as there) 'Attorney General .' .o n.
PInt 'ere the limits of ibe said i the'estate ; but that.,when estate iSI titled4Ao act certain'public question.' Thus is 'but one other. 'department hth -,._ .- < .ATTORNEV AT..\.., I" "t. 1 !

bent and withdr .'n' from settle-i g'anted4by a 1 legislative act, subject, lands granted; tq : theLSCOkton.and where 'i fQrfetur ts'given; by estate;' executive, i thefe'fore.be pnder .Old $ads.4' ;. "' -'." I'(2 ,

lnide and multI. soon t was: to forfeiture JbyJlbeJjippening.of5gmcfuture Coppeqiolis:Riroad. of the the .forfeiture Jet stood, ob.Q act.of,the latter. :So '" ::, '1: : NG.1. Boq'..Bto k.up. am" '"d', jiW. :!

tttn4illed' that. these' lands iaye- so I event, 4[ the event occur,;no California." all of these depends 'cnlirely' ;lu'ppn: 'the j construction ;- that, By implication from, the Our frjeud Jfotchkiss.'in: speakingof 3"51wty-' ;' :- :/P.\'ttfl 3ac1iosviUc;Yic.1'I -

itaniint'to up to the,present'dm ; act is necessary to be done,in order: acts; the grants referred 'to .are stated ;tbe, tatute: .thougV.ft, .the, com used by the'courti.:an execu toads, exhibited in- : the"Naturl .

ct of 1856 ab the provions' nf bt to revest 'the estate in the' Government \O have "expired by limitation, from mon law'a f rfciture does not, vest in I langage would,appear; to have been ie- History Department at Cincinnati A: BUESING., ,, ,1'"n.. .., .i ':, tft.t '.:.1
: ve. set forth will which.it. ,be inferred that Congress It : to'"take ad' .' 1 0Rcspeci5aili *-
uc:seen -it revesting immediately upon might ; the Goverment1untU Some legal step I garded by agsuf5cierir
that : Ezposition'inhis letter. h.Cincino call the aue Doa of the ritfaes and-
b'1hat though the grant made the happenjpu of.the contingency, &.relit..eiardc..l is of its right, vantage'of the non-fulfillment ;f the '* : chants to l S AVTIFUI. SOAP,he mamifaourt 11
egana ,
act j, in terms 'a ill 4ort: i&'i: having takm'lithcasrtOD' ; -the of'revesting; nati notes, ,will have >, take a :back: It IK iw'beit Washmc.-Barber MIl Toilet Soap ever 1'
frae grant (Ken&edy V. McCartney, jJfll : sncc' common law: ,conditioDfor purpose This Soaps pot u*> 1 in boxes.comainzaib .,
Iit$ f 'et tbat l1htjl the line. or see also Gill V, Taylor, 3 Port ;16$'; default conditionscontainedtherein maybe dispensed, with J>y 'th "Leg;; the lands in, the. Government. The; sat.Mr. ,, :ldG. : '" -. **' 'U

the r cjJ described therein University of Alabama v. Winston, 5 -for tbellangttage: in thticts, Islatu're,1! i and 'the' .:.thing forfeited I doctrine of the court apparently is, James Freeman. founder ard .Order:. .should"te. addrrned-A. BU1Z1NG'.8oz"p',to '' t-' .J;'.-".

*.5S2eBj lle1'Bx>1J"'#c*rant I Stew,and:Pom' 5tseq:;' Rogers expressing that the grants had "ex 'may either vest immediately,. or. ,on that' as,between the State :cf Wiscon.sin'aud ,machinist- 'at Racine,,' ::, usthat I ,... :, .. --; ,iffkcilIcaka;... s"..

Sfcnthc nature fa Crommelin v.' pired by a\\ pviQusJy the the of'. J logs':'ratnjxjn when., be"was II '. .: i." '
t'lI ttawlings, 8 Port. 425 ; means' performanceof: some partknlar claimant a boy :employed onthGoy'ernmeat I Ui. }ARflANK. : : 1 .

ftty,Jas long, 8of thc road' b*-, Minter, 9 Ala 594 ;' .Wasfibarn.on that: they had terminate by 'the lail' act, ordinttoteegjsl: : t ve.i I the.land* grted--o.the"fbrmer works a iH oilyHead;:[ ; .S.A1 :": ,$ f .I'f'hi.J.4> ."H'- ..

.e Il'lnt tbus b since tkCD place. and I.' Real Prop., par 24, PrS4; ;) ure to build' tb the.* time (see.: U: 3 II I by lhe',United! : ,Chough*the'conditionion'whlch North Walcs,,.Enj-Iaml ....Constructing''an. -, 11 .""'" '
.,", %1". t' oqted. 'f.... Congress..l alsc 1 employed Jap. fie:ro'th condito'nsrti thi. i 35. ,I'.)*vNow>Vith*Tespectto the grant ; the_'grantrwas. ;*ma'delitlrt .. d immense' _* ,brakewater. < ,; Jhat "c 94uLLlco&i k ;;;tJ
T ':,j jtr .* < :7 ,. ? .., : .I : 'fmnitw, ,.,....fjwf iirwj i .' 'i Jftw <> Mf i -j '" ** t *** ? -*- -




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THE NEW ..4'Tbe V- jf/ 'wH '3P"" 'v -rf-1 i-y ; ,- j jIhesralpcd .-I '.!.-...I *E
SOUTH Count Tkkct. lira ranks, and downright nOdfreacberous hip cotton Tla /acksonvHle, let them at every point of incision ;; RAILROADS.TACKSONVJLI.E. STZAJ&ES.

J1AIAIlI. Republicans have every reason to be desertion of others without the have the opportunitr. If they choose one or both kidneys were also enlarged

WM.*.CAKHITBttO. eatisftVd with the firmness the Fcmandina ot Savannah nrate, U is and the urine was saturated with uric PENSACO1JI AND
ADAMS.CARRUTH & CO. results of the recent to resist temptation or the courage -
their privilege/ and n o Imufdiroent andother acids, which 'pfU'D gavethe J MOBILE RAILROAD CO.
t.LituGQ. _) election county officers. The regular w change:! ihcir flag* la an opan and coming from thbSttk should- interfere. nnnb a''specific 'gr&vlif 1040; The

r .I At i J. S ADAd$. EDITOR.TO Republican ticket is elected by a commanding manly way. ,ewill: and large intestines were also wilt Oa ma*nd u fcriknri ftw SUNDAY: ,, MAY 17, 17*. tnin.

Mi4 -- majority, and this in spite ot After the good natured tot -rather Change in the Chicago Tribune.I nearly full of matters undergoing de- FERNANDINASTEAMSHlt
( ) FOR
CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. the disturbing influences upon the unity patronizing jconrteiy received from! his cwropusitkniand| findjng tbeswcondi; SAVANNAH AND TALUIHitSSEK.LeaTt .
r his
.Item of ThV) Chicago Tribune : long! been tfon one-who examtnea in '
p LCMA]Immai uc Mtklted from all pant of the of the caused adversaries Ia'eeVy ,-I LINE.WfEYBQSSEf./
4 Star* Aho, conuaimicadom on ubjecu of Rneral party by the open advocacy fend the niesh and cowardly recognized as one of the powers in the life and dissected in death led me tuedte.to'vigoToo .. Iacluorrrllle_ -'- i:40 p m and 1>* r a

f.I ItMrTrcK.eKpecUJy duoktiunat. *odal and'ndNIInaI of the Democratic cause by' the He- virulence exhibited by false political .. g5ft ? .,, ...
_. abould i action the.'Miwory Like -' :--S.-
Ctma'vo'ntam : to -
: & a ak th i-1 *-' great JfortlnreM, nnd "a rBCentcb tTgT'j City .7: z: $ *
; are wn nwpoiwitiU fpr has occurred in its owership and control I.sys 681
opinion. a
wcpreMwd by out acting' Governor Skearas at a result that evinces of the llrer.'kdlnt-ys) and bowels, .. .
(nrcturacUliarpn&icrvvd. by xIayor ba&be- and eipt4 thehr contents from the body .4;
Ananymuiwcontribution ;;
riH(tot%IM noticed. Maw bey'and State Printer Walton. of his own political course come ha leading! owner aifd assumes its then with, warm sponge baths well .4. Quin y__-..-_-__- .*,__ ... ii:..p as -

_____ It is perfectly understood here that the and a Vindication of his char AMvt&.t 200
_______ __ personal eteT conduct asa; Republican paper.' The ventilated room, black tot-wnrm, or

,:1 The L nd Reversion Opinion of Attorney candidacy of Diirkre was, in a special To overcome hi* opponents is ,a New York Tribune ,notices the 'wat r fred, and beef tea,pow.and then, PASSENGER' TRAINS EAST (DAILY FROM SMITIs,

; g General Williams. and private interview, approved by the pleisitnt! thing} ty tiring false.Jrfcnds to and change night and; day,, always- recovered the TALLAHASSEE'AND jACI.SO) FOX+V1LLE.SAVANNAH S"1CKS1URG
speaks of its director thusi
p s :AVnniler the patient about the thlnl day. nil the ,
rwent opinluti
of At- acting Governor ..Stearns before such shame and disrepute, is still more tribnjph Leave 520 "
a *
He returned from determined hundrwl-V bf-ifoldfelrViina
Europe thizcns ho iIRDOLL;
1 : -
turiiey General Wiiliaws, more land 1 Itfi candidacy was mule The Qu\Bcy\ *v .miitm*+ miH*** > *>w -
: public. visitof" at
to'rejoice either I Ii i disassociate himself I. v '
> entirely from have been my pntleuts fn'' the south, Tallaha ee_. .-. 1:30 p *T
and,l jiuble to reversion to the Govcrniiientthnn Stearns and Walton here at the time Subjected for a. long, time to more The Tribune obtain control of it. Ho sinceJl discovered the pathology of-yel- "** MonticeGo .__ *wMM.. -. ,4:50 '
& Madison ___ _.__.. ,
in any other Suite, the irn.FH of the. Republican county convention, than LIT ehare.of that persistent abuse, has achieved the latter by tho. ,purchase Jt w fever I have saved 97 per cent; and '..*. Live Oak....... .. >4foa m- -and- 9:10-7:10 ',* Opt. CLUSTER.

t t Unce of titu result, if the opinion be the,close contest forth nomination, the which the political cowardice of RepubJicans of;GO; "bares for |3XJ,000.( On this basis should bare saved the other three if assistance 0' Lake City4v M> *:So a M sal HUJ ,,, 4 .
4 :;4j the .viilaeuf The Tribune Is 23 t1d to a a Ties 45
8JOOoOgO.[ had.been
sustained, to our whdle Stale hat caused bolt and self-nomination "tof Stearns and at the North allowed to hang as a the ; sought two- d7ys ear Afrit M )iak'oAvi.-ioiS **knd t :ij' iteamen gal front New York, fitr*, .
During ten Tears beforethepan1 It lier. At Verii Criiz the .battle) between Riei.'aJ ffcm fcrtundua
t 2 ; .mto puUlUh the opinion. It; has never Walton's partner in printing, the publication cloud over the Southern State, in' an paid a'profit of 8 163,000 a"year.Mr thfse'deadljr; icteKid moleoores! ? and'the TRAINS TO ST. MARKS.Tuy.ThudaysandSalaRiay2). Ra&cad

before npjicitrrj in print and all in the Union oi endeavor 'to ; Sledlll's from Alfred citadel of life '
to 'slanderous allegations turn all! responsibility for purchase was Is wnrz ort'the third duy.In1 ( FIFTH DAV.

; It.dn! 'ail men at least will pity well fort against the personal character their 'own mistakes ,away from themselves Cowles and Horace AVhite, who hare New Orleans* it contln ed' 'with a Leave,TsTlanaiflff.4" .' '

:1: Jr.erratlin. of Durkee. with the accidental omission 'by joining In'stupid oillfgktloiis of controlled the paper.f.T nine years bya similar result to the fifth day ; bnf- it idcliirina An 1 at Sr MarkL..a niiujii,.MIHJ.H, : 1.I .MMIH.. 11:50 tozsl a fc ': Fot firtlgbt or paias1e'ppri ta
in.iioritv of .,. ,.
th reShares,
otitt number the first furtv-i
r. : j The,Union's Bulletin. of the Republican ticket in the last issue. miiigovernment/corruption aod'fcarpvtuagUm two hundred. Mr. Cowlea still, retains the battle is most intense jn.aU eases, AftWS- g'f t22l..hiissee- ___... ..* ( IIERrCELPKt

: before the flection by' the 'Republican ," the. Stateof,, ,. Florida stahda ?5, and VVhite. 16 shares.. The rterestt'f.eiGov.Briss and.ilcmnds the greatest geHeral.ship ROCERl WALTER. .. : > *; i- ; >WUUauM/.NetrVaried;

.. frequent groups gather about the official organ ; nil combine with'the bit almost alone among the Southern Stale, i who owns one-qaar- I Having fmiml out the ielatite; ''andmoT- If. t.:MACEE:,Au't Snpu Receive/, and, OttfT.' Stipt.' Or V.J. WOODWARD,
(bulletin b artl of the Union. Its( enter- ler, is'unchanged anxl his political views bid Hnatoray of'Vnch essir I generally -> ? fA teprtKniing CH tIER & KIJJCX! e fcio.ro
r teropposition of that a quiet/orderly ,. >
to Walis to progressive K''publkanState. r ..
paper ; ; -,
7 .priau Is commendable and Conservatives ; 1 nro nnder>too snaadlPaThTida.
( !
; itake comfort make n series of remarkable coincidences' .That! thuds no accidental result I sympathy witk those of the new> man- ta several quarts i iii ;? & TC. i.Tcos RAILROAD.FKRif -
iVom the
( Ihntas no the force an3 significance of which very of fortuitous circumstancec, sensible njrcment. Air. Alfred Cowles, undoubtedly the courso,of nine hours j which bvingcflyctu ,; riosi AND
urns from Itepubiiftin /CHARLESTON I-XORIDA
.4 arc ingenious excust-s will, be required ..to men, .can well believe;' and tho limo one ot the .shrewdest, of Newspajn'C ily accomplished, I..order a '

;givrn except Alicliua which! ji given avoid. should now.- soon come when proper i .l u lne 8" men.: remains, financial warrxi fponge bath, and warm black tea, AKD1SA,_TO.CEDAX_ 1ET. TEM PACKET co.

; ; ;.:; with a sicmrti-nnt iiiariagVr! ..MrVhite.; goes 'to, Europe and a good drink of cool cistern water;
accompanying icd -
The Union's credit shall cNne conic .
method of wers.
accounting for be'given for the puticncu and term.Arrivt
and '
murk from Dennis forrVAt;; Hudy- with a general unilvrstandinV then by 'the hasjc'alkalies, or mineral Jav. ;
Finley be.elected.
: roust the small vote given to the Ma whey conciliation with which, since reconstruction hat ut the und of that time, acids,' according to the chemistry''and .yj*mS p a '

:: : ticket, is as follows: the course'of the Republican bo may lake the desk of "nr writing editor specific gravity.of the' urine I continue 0 IA i -. 9 735:(. 2. gi IS.. CHANGE OF SEHEDULE

An occasional Republican enquires administrations of the State Government on that paper if his views conform the treatment to recovery which hap *10 _9:30: 1. '3:23 2!. '
JIAWBEY file steamers
; whcr, VS. DUltKEE. to Jlr. Medil1' .. third carle e 12&
the.Republican returns are. An pens on fifth, seventh,' and ninth
To the Editor has becr marked. It. can do harm cinvire.------ ... 1:50 < :DICTATOR
i: AND
; no -
the CITr
Uns' n-Mudi
old proverb lias it (hat tho wish i U father of Polititiana are profoundlyagitate day,, according, to the severity ol the Archer .?-.. ......-.-- juopnt 9:49 FOINTlfa&
surprise has been manifested by a num how,to' recall to'the, recollection of ail, this'new accession, the..Republican attack. liroiuon .,,,.,. .fti.-yss 9:04 an further olMS* *a s 3 a*follows;

4. to thu thought and if so, there 1$ A dealt her of persons at the few votes which the dangerous condition .pf.some portions strength'. The course of !The Triburie ,_ Ifrphysician'* would- tread' In* your Cedar Keys.. U _____- 6:30 .- 6o, THE STEAM

.'h HgiuBcarife in the returns that arc were lolleIlJastTuesdy for Mr: Muw- iff this' feute in May and June in the coming political contests will beanimportant foofstcps, and be'' radical ih'their treat- CONNECTIONS; DICTATOR,,
published on tire bulletin of the "Repub bey, particularly when it is' taken into : factor in the result. Your merit of yellow hs'yoa are in'K| Ihics At'FERNANDINA. w-to'Steamer City'Point front CAITM LLo'oCt1,

r. ; -j lican organ" HS well as in those that do consideration how many real working 1871.tho (then impending danger.of a correspondent has the authority Mr.'' And ''not treat effecU- %instead ol Charleston Dictator front and Savannah;Mondays at 4 a. m::steamer Will.) 'omB Tunhei aotce.fraveUESDJY CHARLCST07Te -
i men of colored as welL .as white .Ite declaration of martial law with all its Medill for tbaf the wilt Charleston and.Savannah,ThunJays at evenh.andSAVANNAfl eveiy WEb.
not thus pub- saying paper causes,-patients would live and not die;; i a. m.. With steamer'Lixzie Baker; from Savannah, NESDAY afternoon lor FERNANMNA JACK
appear.- licans were, supporting him, uqd the disastrous consequences as illustrated in ynder- hU direction,, be -a Republican but so !long,as they resort, to, books and Brunswick' St. Mary's, Mondays. a f 6 a.m'for SONVILLE, PALATKA and IiUermcdUt,Ladaj.
length and ardor of the canvass. to 'I.was ',' Air. Medill said those points on Fridays at 8 a. m.
Up paper. "one
: The the Louisiana r to-day, and thu1 conciliatory ignorant nurses for information which At BALDWIN with J P &M. R.R.from facksonville -RETURNING ;
Ad-IntericmOfficiala. day before the election'numbers of of the,Charter members ot the Republican -I know, to be a fact, instead the natural at 4O7J. m.: for Jacksonville at 9:03 a m. :

k The undoubted election of enough our citizens could hare been found who course then pursued'f Jackson county part 'I helped to organize! It ,,20 bodj* and chemical physiology, so long Ai GAINESVILLE,with in-weekly uge fine ts Wfll'kn'v PALATJCA'rerr' rRIDAT a itng, '
were willing to ''bet lila by the then State Administra odd With Tampawhhsugtin.os.. NewnansviUe-Tuesday* and JACKSONVILLE every SATURZ>AT
high" all itS mcrXr
1J Republican Senators to retain, if not to upon uccess. years' ngo. mistakes, will diseasir.be'a. dread to the peo and Fridays. toiuil the tide, KF.UNAND1NA same izj.nriiine
t, : ; the A moment's thought< will, however tion. This just 'conciliitory course it still ,contains the.'worthiest' political pip, and A reproach fo our God-like pro* At CEDAR KEYS, with' steamers to and from Ne in SAVANNAH and CHARL &TON eyerySCN-
strengthen, Republican ninjority in suffice 10 rshow the true elements in Orleans, DAY. -
cause. then called the Executive the'country.' It has- SOIIK> icssion. ItespeetfulIy every Saturday Wi.b Steamers.from Key
the Senate, will be looked the Mr. Mawbey's campaign had -i-down'upon", times if the yours West and Tampa.Fridays; from these places.Thurs
upon by arguments and his active the.t unmeasured gone 8StI.tybUt Democracy .J,. II.I EVERI'lT, M. D., days. With Steamer Cool, from Tampa,Sundays: lor THE STEAMEK CITY rOLXT,
iio agents
been that ,
: crowd ofad-intcrim 'Conservativeticket would wi ro In'MttHtrt uLrmad %. I nimrfiherul Veiltw R/irxl
officials with good nl (TollfirA finrcrp/ma Tampa, Mondays. With .Steamer .Wawcnucb,frost CAFTAnS J.W. FITZGERALD.
degree of Interest. be brought out, and incase such a ticket execration..of the martial law.conclave the causes of complaintwould be,jyorenumerous' Florida Ilome JacksonyllJe Fla. '.. Suwannee- Fridays- r' far Suwannee.Tuesdays.D. .
ni-'de MAXWELL. every SATUBDAYnta*;
was that
1 up, they could consolidate that then .
: controlled the 5-13 ''Superintendent.' ingSAVAMNAIeTerr! UNDAYalteno .flRNANotNA.JAc1csONvlu.E.
Whether the '
members of the Cabinet 1 r T i ** JMr.
the _
upon regular nominees on the _.__ i PALATXA asJ
; party; but the seed then sown, has just -- .. '
who so touuhingly' gave up their comUii morning of election." A Walls in Duval County, S. Inttn&ctUitc La3dnD
Remarkably Quiet Election.
now legitimate harvest in thoquiet'and
fiions to Hi Aci-idency, on a certain A Conservative ticket vat brought Editor New South: Two years ago RETURNING- -
out, and the order with When; wo look back upon the many
electioneering which had general good which ; '
: sentimental occasion, not yet forgotten induceinepts t'bo vote for member of Congress iri'thM I WiiI1eaY PALATKA TUESDAY monui
been practiced upon 13ay Kreetf to .such another Republican victory has been to disorderly conductaris] JOINcLARK3 JACKSONVILLE every WEDNESDAY
be every moraine
: ran restored to their
tenure in full, a great extent,during the past month, lug from the vehemence ofthe bolting 'county was 1.598. Niblack 927. J suit the* tide FERNANDINA same day arriving at'CiIARLES'ION
: by the mere act of the Accidental Governor suddtnlyeaQdaud nearly Mil of the won.Another Republicans, and the sudden and Walls' majority, 671 ; Total number 6i t- FORWARDING'TO '' UAY. and SAVANNAH every THU I. of Uiu unexpected -
however feelingly such fiat may Republicans Voted the straight ticket. lessons taught to hose \<;ite polled for Cor/grt-ssi '2.527, This TICKETS AND EIUSNC
of the Demoem'ticbtraight' AMP -
: At the various precincts throughout the whose s'elf-iuflation has not carried them 'appparanco .
announced, is still nu th vote stands Wall Fur PblLA.DKLPHIA.
open qutstion. year; ; '
1 a f The county, the appearance of the Conservative far beyond the' possibility of mumlahe! ticket- it was a woiicerl.that! ; M MISSION MERC HAN'T CALTlMORti &C.

| natural distrust und hesitancy of ticket Vaued a consolidation of"the such 'unpr'ecvdented, quiet and 910 WalU'majority, 4C5. 'Toial! vote, >. i i These S eamen connect with FI.ri>!a Rai'iuui;'t,
; : the instruction, l4' the 'insignificance andranity.of good Fernandina JacksoEvilie,Pensacola&Mobile Kailnad
"rfsigncrs their timid colored 2.285. This shows
doubts, the vote, as was urcviouslv under the and nature prevailed in the city' throughout a falling off In the AKO BIALEB1 IN at Jacksonville,M. J. h./. RaUroad ,t TocoJ for 5*.
cutest best laid
3' roiunu niMgnaiiimity or His Accidtncy, stood. VOTER. schemes the i-lection. vote,since, 1872'of 240'Totes.. 'Tlii* indicates :fROCERIEoPROVISIONS, ORAIN. Augusthse,wLtt Meamen at 1alatka.for MeilenvUle,
of individuals., conceived and executed Less even than the 'usual Eoterprue and the upper St.John'f,aod lib Mcaocn
i Aviih the final' grand chorus of solf-infla- This will commend universal admiration a'fRlling fiffin .the. Republican H'AY. tut tb i Ucklawaha river. zu.az if
number of ; SEGARS.
arrc.-ts" were niado for disorderlr &c.
; : in the spirit of selfish-jess and .
;ti'.n and mutual -admiration all nt least for iu cupidity, Vote 4)rthiS of 206. Walls '
combined simplicity, as it county Mi '
conduct. Too-much Sole for Florfda
; : credit Agenu for
when can
cl opposed by the irresistible f i- t '
momentum *
to male j t j f / S
a dramatic ( however /
shows t
that ,of the
very scene; so long"as' the pay held out lie awarded j.Q spite war the Union BSCCK'SRIVER.
f scarcely, for
ot a united, "compacted .the prevalent Chemical Paint,and .,
but still the party : together r
legal question arises, can an and there was no danger of an election, good orderto'the discretion ha waged against him holds his own
U x-idtutal by a common devotion 'to grand and of Mayor ; > ', .ilthiu's Patent
: lloncy
Governor, by his sole the ticket the ticket and falls Drawer
act .11
Mawbey was upon ,: only vote '
t, S .confirm a goodYplay- commanding principles ot universal Jones, and thej,quiet.,efiluiuucy, of, the 1 A&cntkir... '' r>: '" : STEAMERS. -
a Cabinet ofilcer.r thing; but.when Mawb y's negotiations behind the Grant and Mclnnis combined ,. ,
liberty and right. Aspirations for police. i ST AMM'LIZZIE BAKEJti--* ''
for the Democratic vote failed, am! the pro; : vote;, which :6f tourso rt-presents the .

: Palatka Fruit-Grower's Convention. straight Democratic ticket, by its sudden per political'prelermeut'by' the use'ofU'gitimatu : .The- Union.Disbelieves.- -.. t, lit-publicanfvote of this ooun'ty.Under 'I 'OLUSt3.. :; SvER.SCH/E.' '

.. We trust this first convention of the and honorable, means carry ihe'circumstahces I'' think Mr Walls' AD .
appearance, endangered the election Of course it.does, it;was.so!ituret that ; is .and f\ef MONDAY, APftlLa,the atcs .:
: shame to those OX
Frnit-Grmvei s of this and other States, then the Republican vote centered no who'eDtcrtalti them ; FinK-y would bo. elected that disbeliefis to be Congratulated'. ci Van Brunt& Bro's. Line Sailing Packets, > this line will leave Shipyard Whaif iwlj
4! bat trailing and (Sundays escepceJ\8 o'clock A )t..fcr
: as well as all!! who take .an Interest In I Ii In the main on the regular Republicanticket. trafficking- high pnsitionSj -: absolutely necessary to degrep'of : .: ;-' FROM NEW YORK. 'I. ,

; .; thi occupation of such haro brought upon those who any JACKUN1LLE RETAIL UARKEP. : ,
-We PALATKAandlnte'rmeinate -
great present accept the explanation, and consolation ItWys bits !last issueVJn'tlii -- tw3'S.I3 :
bay V
I Street.Jacksonvi"t Fl fcu'
have relied Corrected -
und them in this [ fWeektyJ -
upon campaign,
jervcpt.ctivu importance to our State: are glad that the variation of our '''esti 1 : and -
district'we hVvo notsafllcient .oWL5-.Ga.M landings return'same
: .4'F a rebuke that and bb-mes $
und all stings the
: its people, will receive the general mate of the Republican county majority returns'to mike' rtain .who 'is elected, Vf niton,per lb.,.-..->.... 15 fit 20 1C* AIRBANK; S ; :"' : ::: -'
attention which it det. rves. It will of 85 votes, from the actual vote afu-r present and will long burn and blister but we are still of the opinion that Finley Chickens, per pair.--. .' ... 50 @ 70. .

.. convene at Patatka in the future But,; God be. thanked is." .. ChkkcshWguwD.pcrpIr.e. ..n.. ; 40 CS ,cv1'urkey > '.: ENTERPRISEand
on the 10th of November the Republicans Were 'driven force *. each (fcne in tbe market) f i co& 2 so 'bBAIJDI IK "i
I by the Republican State of Florida is And Turkey*. mall.- >" "-' .w t'yt t 73 -
& V and will cull together many ot from the polls at Yellow Bluff can be we suppose that so long as its Wild 'lurkeyi. eacb.A. -. .-T- 1,50 f on, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. intermediate landings,"will leave M'atwveon IMS
:and Partridgo each. .._...._' .,'...'...'. '
our most successful; growers. All the thestaunchiisd true men by trimming and,two-faced course enables io<3 13'risk. t days and Saturdays, and aetura W Jnesdar aid Sat
: i consolatory to the, Union.We ;
orday _
, t :; steamboats to and fro for fare whose unremitting efforts' the Victory it to gull Democrats'' with its 'subserviency BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE FLA'. Shippers are requested*,to:send- freight down- 'dmicg
carry one congratulate the Republicans of Mullet,per string..L......_-__.;..'_.' > '*i& the afrernoo .
I way. und the citizens of Palatka will no Dural county upon the election of Jos. has been won, now kuiilly i invite the ,' while it gouges' them with; jts SneepoeaJ.Ba.u, *per nring' .- toH 25, 'i -' 4.26LI ,,* j.BROCKAgenr.- ,
( ; 35 1 50 'S ;'
doubt exhibit that authors of the Ku-Kluv' report to turn u printing"nionopijljf. It will continue to Always keeps on han hospitality for which II. Durkee to the Senate and of J. E. ., ''MEATS'Bacon. -' '

*1 already sho has a reputation. lee and A. little of their attention upon their own disbelieve. ,But that chronic dubitation C. R. per lb.- -. ; 18 @ ao "GtitiN. OATS, BkAN, cRoi; i'OR; QKAHUMKLE.VI7 .
) Grant "
iL4 to the, House, and homo matters. will In Beer,RICH,per Ib y_ .r. ....V..... 13& 15 FEED, TEAS, CHICKENf'FEED, 4 LAKES HARRIS. ISTIS A2tD GRITFIN.
Papers of interest "play put" time.
Fulton .__. .. '
are promised from predict that the'course of these gentle Beef. market.per lb.i._ ; -. { i6-a 18 ORK. LARD. BACON.SHOULDERS '
Ijk MlitliMt I*rrr \
: neT -;- *tf3 many of our experienced intelligent men in the.Legislature will abundantly "All 1'ork.perlb_;___-_ 14 & 16 : J ". SILVER SPRING ,
:. ;r .ItIz ns,and much valuable) Againsitbis City., Twenty Years' Experience among those Hamjperlb ..i..i' : .'..,',tfc, 16 @ ao HAMS, '
information vindicate this : r
choice -
of their fellowcitizen The who have died and ShuuUen. per lb-..._ ,. ti fei, 13% Atxi cthe/Landings .
: -t doubt following fchort but excellent and survived frorx'Yellow'Fevet. FISH, FLOUR on th Ocklairahs Rntr.The
no will be imparted. We hope ViTiite Bacon per Ib '_ _.-._. iS (g! 2oi ? t ;
pertinent article is taken / ' HOMINY,MEALrRICE.IIECKER'S .
from :
that nil who couvcnit a recent i .1, /town' 'r: -
: ntly can, will give Union : Dr. Evenitt kindly furnishesus, ;the Wliite, per bU .-. -.....;..;. ..-.. .ia .i @J 50 -- FLOUR FARINA '' -
i. : i their presence and personal aid, for.the The Congressional Election.It article Extra Ked per bbl...._.-M_......,9 (<%io, CUTTERCHEESE, APPLES; ONIONS Steadier v j.i ,-' '
We have twice* following written, by him and Superfine, per bbl ..___..._....... ?....7 : 68 p -rOTATOES,,SUGARS. SYRUI'S OKAHUMKEK
jlrnit glowing capacity pf our Stato i I. is impossible, from the extent of once or alluded1 inci! first published New Orleans. A Cora MeJ.pertackf -. -.. 3 15 (S 4 3 80 ,' ;
dentally to'the fact that the railroad interests ,great } ack ....',.. MOLASSES, COFFEE, '
i Haminy iA/L,
: only just beginning ttf be properly appreciated. our Congressional Districts, and the' in- have pcr "" 3 95 ((1 3 '85 TEAS f Rit Matter '
pUbis State are working against many people made.inquires PRIJIT. ' COCOA, !< :
.? A Stain organization, which accfssibility of many counties, to present Jacksonville"'. Last,winterwhile; the discussion epccting this terrible tropical lever-atud Apples;Per dai "3 'SNUFF, Will leave JcksuniU.ccrjTRUR5DAY. morning; .
: i Ifs much needed ut this time Lime*,per doz....._- _J.-, J OILS, SOAPS at B uclock.T : '' '
will zo
; probably ..result enough of the official on the railroad question was have exaggerated ideas respecting, Its Lemons,per dox.'. j5SC STARCH; 'TOBACCO.YOODENWARE ..... .. GEO.R. FOSTERAgen .. J

from this convention.The returns make vcry.t-lnse, estimate of progressing it was stated that ,the Krw malignity and thopoweror the medical E2n&flas. cachL. .._........ _. ...; '.3 5 5 : \ iBUCKETS. -y 'JacksonvIIe,Th..juiy3sa874-7-3stf. .4SAMUEL

the Superintendent'would woakthontnd iii .. G2AIN. ,. '
majorities won in the late Congressional : ; % ; BASI'E1SaBROOMSI -
Election Returns.., favor Savannah' One of the; Democrats profession to .cbt'kits ravages. Perhaps Corn,per bushel M. ,W. ....T.7.... .,1 25 et t ioj V. ;HLJBBARLt
) contest, enoughis, known to SaLper bushel U. : ..i.'J..J: !l'to ,
; ;
; orrthi< eby made thisassertion, this letter may eais'and"quitthn @ t u \ GOODS:0F'SYER? KJXU. "' ; '' -
&, (. As the of&cial canvass in most of the warrant the assertion that Republican andgave it as a 'reason why Major& .. .' 'flO1S8C/S.V'iI J il I '' > ,; I

: ; counties comprising this district have Congressmen are. elected, in both districts Walker was not the roan for the place. Having'had'much' 1' experience in'yel, Kllttfrr Tfrinmi|* .jniiaii -.. ... j 35 @b s 4O EVERYTHING .. '. ., i -acksonvitttt. fld.t' '

3 not yet cxxnrcd, no absolutely reliable ; Mr. Walls by a majority This, seemed so unreasonable that we low Cbcecc.pev lb.L. '' iS '' IM'THX '' I ,
j1! varying could not believe it and therefore levt-r'as'surgeon of the Louisiana I.afd-pcr I lb.M .. ..L, .,< -.,. ,,1.iS&l ,Jo.. ; Importer arid' Dealer inj
4. data can bo given for, a general con little from our'estimate of 550, and Mr. pounded t few questions to the .pro Cftvalrjvalid; s urgcon 'in charge' of'the cg',''.carce,)per FORAGE. :GROCERY.-AND PROVISION iJNE .( H if ..:>; i ?M '-'
Fieri- Potatoes,Iruh, huthel. ,.,., '
; 'uJ. &o
clusion. We fifth infantry ut Clalveston .. per ? Q ],oan- *
vive, as.we have received Purmar. by u clear majoi'ity'not nbw'to dian on thu subject. Since .then, there Vera Tarapico', Sweet. "'-t'---'i'' or>,(<& I 06, 7' SELL' 'FdR 'CASH/; HARDWARE; IRON AND STEEI,
and and
Cruz jn.tbis ..... .. -
subsequently th2kni.'ptr .
them; s c Uerfd items'of the election roulu he conjectured. has been Change In Superintendents pgct. .v : 7) @ -- 75 '
i i i but 1n the city during epidewie seawnsie..wben -:-. .. EDGE.TOOTABLEu4OC3ZZ!, .
In of the none Fpirit in which the road AMD '
some counties AT '
.' in connection Should these apparently well founded is conducted., 3Oo or more died cery days it might beUt Peache,. pe .... Is @ 3 .* 'I L /, ,._ CUTLERY "
: ? with ihe authority fn/ru which they serviC&to the' jyoi un inid yu6iitigenerally'toInfurm'hem Blackberries;per Ibi.Curranu. so fi$ 35 HIE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIOURE S
expectations not be realized and should One would
that a road that has ; .
25 V J36 : Nails, 'Glue, yGIassPnits; ( !s- '
were received, leaving our readers an yictory.whether absorbed four .five millions >f the result ofm '" .Mtrcbanu,Losgen, Hotels
by.; a ajority, of the. or of dollars _,IWPWRJIS, .j '' Boardiug Houne'aiKl ;
opportunity to form their own conclu- votes or by superior skill in of State credit'andjs located entirely in ); experience'and"observations', -lint'; WxJ.pine,fer cord._....r b...*_..3 7$ 4,+ co ramiiles are Invited to examine m goods und prices. T bSATHEkB .LlTNC.kUBBER PACKING, ,
computa-I alIji'nnd dead-house. 'Wood,'tawed __ s--: :, -'- '
conL. '
; i
the Stale vould have per -M'- S 50 'S 75 THE 'HldHEST -
Pun*... lion, perch upon the.,banner* of the Demvcracy that State, > some !interest in '. 1. Certain morbid conditions' the Hay.Northern per ewt .-5 .,t y &.I is. .CASH ,0 ( .CRpckERY .?V>l-J!?
.... .. ..
'ilAWONCOPXTT.Tbt ,,notwithstanding the,old proverb liver Col. per toii . ..,:.10 oo @ia co
no man in the State will beat that"Corporations have no souls." Jiidnejs and rbowels and their Synip,FI>rfdap rgiJ.'i--w.U .i 75 55 So rAJO-Po .coWrs.v- '?*ODUC OF ALL KIND ,. -' lead and Iron Pipe, '" "
: Clerk, Wf ILLeCain report* loss in Jt b f sAid content, arc the primary pauae ofyel Honey,strajned.per gal_.. ...,_rn >> J t o .:tft; _
a properly the the railroad '
locating is '
responsibility. may < not fallow, pcrib.. ; ... __ :
the Walls low fever and ?,??? 10 Qp "ft' DOORS.SA HiBLiNDSlMOUlLDiNGS.SUGAR,
they in all
majority at 464 ; are. present
The disaffection in the Republican worklifg against the State or this oity, such atieuti. PeVsona' ( Ladle,!u1crwear.toobilied; i BUCKY'S. .v> U'i; ; -. .4. '.- -
?MADISON COCXTY.D. aiyl that Its attitude is hoalthy. in.all
only to look'after .
: ranks and the direct and bitter opposition its their organs'ntl. jsctra 'eari 'never ba- 'H _AND'fcOARDlhQHOUSES.. S MiUs.Evaporntors4c '-
Montgomery the Walls own interests. If tin were so no S.4. V ( (. X7ILL$9N & WHITLQCJU
reports .
in the first instance come victims to tht disease. ; r ;t'Gas.Juisg 'sofi1t'y9.3afig,; af 77&line.dQne
of the /
: men one reasonably blamejt but this '
majority at 469 and the Hot-snot 2. These mdrbicl. oniiition? Instead'of HOUSE 13yv.1u9es4fs;:; qTips..A. XiI1Soii ,,ar4'e,,: : dI3Ii '
controlled! be the
: papers bv his Accidency ) seemlo ease for whir THIOCEAN .
hiin' extmdtiil tItLI&
l>u ri4tnl-e.' Lr4tainPd $ '
COLUMBIA. COtTXTr. are : ; 't ,. ,12
: should it discriminate In the '- *
Senator the acting Govereor, to tb regular charges on and takvi) up b !the,.absorbents and 'ORSM. '' :
E.G. Johnson reports the Wndldat- cotton in favor of that which'! goes by > TMtS'ONVILLE h.Centrafly GRAIN FLOUR, AND FEED,- n'.
carried,Into the FLA.; .
Walls whether actually rail Savannah circulationo'ftho blood, .
majority*tAUCUUA against that which it !atitifactzii; -
33 and stimulated when the choleric aqid pf thefl bile $ 'RwRsIiiiob ;
directly by him, carries ori its own road-twice as jar but ) _. .

DOCNTT. : tertalnly could by him alone have been which comes to this'city. Lot us copy, ti31teh'with! ihv'une ncid of the (unine.' Incatcj'anil first-cUii in'ail itCip'pblntjneots'iilif CORN MEAL. iiipM NY,CRACKED I jAcksOJOritLE, FLA.. ,rwe'l
Mr. Walls reports hia majority at 900 nri'1 the'alvln6 matt ts the 1ntestIiunder"olng / remain. open during the'Summer i'uhi. -
controlled at any time when so disposed ; u portion of A letter from a .cotton ''deeouiositIon, and'' frtfl) :t\\ ''>-. : .' i n-.ii :.).-. i CORN,, RYEr MEAL; GRAHAM sdapted fork fin 'private re'idea or .-- -

73! NASSAU COUW IYS and their baleful influence could dealer up, tbt? .rt'Ad, who t-apnot, ;Jell whati call theIeteridr&us becuO : ,class boarding.bouse. ,Two stories with mansard roof.,
Collator Hazr-n the Walls never what the, matter js: rRANS1ENTOA1W tS sleeping rooms,Caere land, report have been entirelycounteracted! by, any "! would like know'whtt) they permeate and stain :of a janndiee. '' hi !l--t,1'a"i} \ : 'ci .: rf- ? ftncst location and cheapest'piece,*<;property I th.I. )
roi j('iUv at 127 to can induce like hue rt0l' the ft P4f: AV l WEEK.. vicinity. Pffce, including about$i.ooo worth (fcr-,
and ,
subsequent compromise or tinkering, or A rod! to fon-o 'customers to .every j ; body v alyyery !> Et.ROLISAWING .WOOD TURNIKOTOORDEK. -' Blum,, J, ,coo tf.ca 1h.j.balaacata< one'sid l -

... Making the Walls majority in the late repentance; and if beaten, the' Republicans ship its'freight by'a route that will give traverse the nervt-s' and nervous centres, reanablfl MraDgemeno"m d. with permanent : '" ye2._ !> : *.( :*i .' 't'a J ;. -
'whertr their
rountle Darned as coming from Republican are not beaten by the Democracy it but twenty miles instead of 'one* hun action' by destructive chemical !boarders,, .o V.if [(? u ? Kt : f ,. .; ., --tf. $tl pixtkubi addrtaii. 1 I '
; sources to be dred.. There must be serious they induce'paiqV in the bone?, 51RSL4BU1EGON. yVpocLSawedrSplit and I Sis't-i.
something : DeliyeredKOM
1998 and other ; ,- .- t
tissues .3
) but ! JudgfFinley majority in Sovran- aches, bloodshot' rest lessn ess'de i :iJJ I ) ora 4 WJ' 'NoWniW RlwJ He**''a"
stupidity of selfish aspirants in their One would think so too.. Butwbat .is S eyes, : ___ b orLd. ir not' by 1st,fee1 !
Hue is v ,
fuuniy put by M. L.Steb- ; lirium, and death.' ' will be kept dunos the/winter a ; fint class
own ranks. If beaten It ? There Is HonieUiing .said 'about 'A b. *
woe unto them 'Wb warding
; noose.
bins oflk ad *
I. at 47 mild tbo 3. proof that this icteroid vires'is Block; Bay Street;oppoiiw our Mill and Wear (

tb.; In Suwantieo, MrAlpin. Dem. whoke double-dealing brought* about the does not Ihrratjf cease sending'cotton itboye) .named'via rfealrr Jack' composed of such molecules in the state : ; : '
i defeat if pot beaten the baffled of. 'noTb1&chemea1 action and la OBERSpN MAPSO t"t ,,,
; conspirators tht k-
obtained a sonville.) Tuls H rathur siaffre : } : _
majority of SO iirid it ; HOUSE v- '
1,1 A Wzi.sd'
I :-- IlJwelJ nwjority in Nassau was 137 will receive more than enough 1 U' som'tthingi' that should call for.the: canse 'dobnqtne fact 6'l jeUpw'whenever?cveri jSjlheundeniable MELLONVILLE':
1 Prtty .' 80 of that scorn 'which is visited uport those attention of the Legislature this Winter morbid i-onditfuns/ that.eliminated'In Isiich'the I i> : .-j2; t tw ;. c'i !.? .:; '" >: Cudiqer Sbirbf,stylish mud durable, U Bucky'; ? BA1GLd 41ccor.es

: : In Columbia the too treacherous to fight and too coward If thu$ road* whicli| bn been inch a. pro?: course-'of-a; fewhoii fro'ra th' bbdrthe' : pJELLONy1L RANGCOIJt q(,TLA;_ -:, '- -,7 -; ?

county Republican life suurupf litigation, of anxiety, of ; : and Pine'itrast.wh.i all thi m0de1.
ly.opeiily dest-rt: patlvnt invariably -recoVera about 'y ; fBay
i County ticket ::1 "
received :
a this State *" .
tihubleeerywsy to to put ppllaflces tzard by the best saloon la ba country -, '
malkniiyof 70 This victory, if gained,'Is a very'grati (hel nOse fyt every':"cotton.Shipper' and the third d.iy{ the heailncb* .vunislwjsi 2eI1IXTEjPoptct. ,, j '''ViACTlCAL1. "M: i "J: .1- K-Uwind. Tney WiBirsi n> l ill. nnura- ..' : >
the fever 4 .
side. '
su ihei
% pulse .fills,Irtmi -'- -' R1"Tlcltew
The'flection.. of Walls Is Uirpentinw ilenlcr Jon its 'line 1
understood to the OLD.BA'tU'
tying one to all and HOT AND
IlppublicHtiiiy when, IStp to ,96 Jn 4ND I4PER IANGER :
lwentyTfoufrjh nnd awnrm. TADrFR .
fu bo conceded grindtlorif, and use AH it1 influence ; Ftn ttk U cazs'iiid '
by gen without giving credit to all floating PtrspliLtitp, jittendeM, wilh ii t'rcsida Sreraaanendyvlftbad
rupai the State ': entitllni Uw bearer weight *
: ugahjU t ho It U known
erally. ultbougb the air ii full bf rumors n*, WB consider, thenumber of. the better, sooner. L cciiial ldvy nd slamber, icll e"pai ( __TOBBINS T- ,:.-. torectlve orders ftooi all] reonirio-' -work States ; ,
; & IVERStlN f ': : : $r.4. t r k -,4', iZ Z .949M 2'
i of contest sad allegation of faW'turns that have tiefltth4tth6t1ange Is over. ; ; .
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h\'f red Jn'their have ..JTo will '
duty we ,
:4'. Another proof that; my logiciTf d& t- O.A I: li-i 4-ORAtNINGGLAZNGan JCALSOMINtNC '
JUM] billot-box .stuffing on twthfihiJet. reason for special satisfaction ft/rjt; Interest' fnirly and : :
legitimately .actions *
.that Floridljiti p nreiphiloslphim and Jtnithfans )d UN4 RND'Tb'CkSMITR' .4 I iv .** a '

Exaii information of the officlaii || stands-strong lo'the' Republican bat the pqblicjM| Im .treated Jiber. that in. all, my- examinations by the bedride ; : :)t. JT LL Orders left tIavU&Drew's' runuturtiW*- -

i- r JIM will jb delayed for several, Mtb, titt itbkbtndlng the wvakness 'and allynniLptl lnwed.10 *eleesjts %VI T3 /' antLlq'Lhe f ) deadrhoB.se, ths.liyer'js will Mcriv prompt attcink x C- Bricklayera. Fress bi1ck a*peclaIzy. Eit1Ct ot J.
bt rtrdl tfnj4gt tAtmaLkt Ii r' ; REFEJtEC1 are caab1c of taking chaise oVafl kIado'aa1 W.
?ig41o.i4bIe Hill appear in our nezi.Si doubt1 that ha ''detith-d mUoy from th'od vant' c nearly, dqubu'! ksjiniuriL size: grged! -' ) '4 ,14J' '. sU tfl tShj ,,' ) (2itfl"4 o tf *" .'Wi2tn) : A4dJOHNUtl.'LBulVs .
.;, with bile that, in dissections, stained At the sign of Uu BIG LOCK. Jacksonville 1. Via C. I* RoMinoN. Csq I 10.30-w3t Head Hoal,ens., Ib at N.and" 0 A' .

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I.I rHENEW S OUTH : 'SE4VEEKLThCKSONVILLE- 1 ;; is i YIN.BiiRilt: it- _

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: NEWS.SATVIDAY probably .l1n"t do su at the vuJ of k I 1.-respondent., > -, '- A J.t : '-t.4'tli.0': ;) '. ". .-#' { I S 5-. -
misrepresented the to
CITY case BEWARE ::51': PENb ljs ; [ ruaiiiiaz5
week or a mouth, as unforcdecn tmer- the Clipper. Women WANTED."S:
Men and CWLb- I
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MORNING. NOVEMBER 7, 1874Rtlicioul gencies-are' almost' nre '!O :arise that r W. ,ll. L.. JacksnnYilJe, Florid-' .-I Right about bee aad coMc',. j,1 1 } 'A* Ux. A lady grsa>aM.evN e bi teaching aad.sUled 'WARERObUSt" ,1 S

will pretentblnifrom keeping'his word wish to ask:a quettkm'in regard to base- At Uocky's JC&all out j.AB TTURNTrURE' -
SACRIFICES DAILY. HOURLY fa drawing aadTpunang oerires astua2! aTbf Flonda. .; j S 5S
: Directory.v. as be would wish. :The greatest truism bull' I will lay .the facU In-fore you, heart could wish from a 5Wf. to a', 'r..o -.-;. 1 ." : : --.-- r I
v"' ; *-' ?t Address. A.EWINC ',
AthiscetassoutberaDaras- *" '
and ire wbat I wih 'AMD 'J IT S 7 "#t.
can know.
to :"s 1 .
yon --; < :? ,r-- ,
..m pUhhee13rSatlwds7 John Randolph ever uttered Wa th it The most Etstidious he's sore M please VaIai.CWumbUCo;iry: J. "j' 5. '.k1Io
.' ibM bead 1 On the 24th of August, 1874. the R. E. .: S-.1. .New York S', S ., .... '101".e.S :.,
1ri"1 Mta rf .. .ervic-- may be the,iron!*Pay as yoo got!! was the real l lPhiloso Lee Base-ball Club Jacksonville, Fla. Even the ctuUreaaOcrfHiuia.C ; -, ';, 'J[ ,_ :: '! ,MOMENTARILY D V-lSi&.D.R..E to' -

-p.77 by 4:.dock Friday afternoon..1 eJ'*"stone_ ,bejond all qUuf q.j challenged the,Garden ('t1,0. B. C., of Go to Bu.ky's and carry your Vs. ,. 'TOAT BUILDING. : ; ."
'. J'raIaCIILt : t.IecrSuaday> et,bead For be hasps the ben atveLtlOnc'FarnbCag Goods '' I ''-: = -eh.d t- .. ::, ; > :5rL'rjS :
SL fu' ItJgarkd Tllahaes fur a series olgaxnes for the. .Lj1" : -; ,;.
'ellcr MnICn I ,
Ii TobcfecaJiaoarualecityt :4_
It ;
A.G.CIIAPPEtt. t 1.r
.. dat. .tl "tFrida* I champion belt of the State whkh the AT THE GREAT -SOUTHERN .- *
I r : Catholic Strricea. --,Pants VestgHsid Shoes complete,' '- 'S ..! tr-
Sundays at r *
service s
Mission. Garden held ,BAY STREET liar tU Cable CrammIng,
City The best'2 of
,.., out At ', Iteed' Block Bay PARLOR"SUITSCHAMBER: .
Scb at 5 r. M. 'es J.D.rJ stra ,." BAZAAR I SUITS.
SimLbT of the " Just this
p.yt EaatjAdc.-.ik.p A".' at season year the fU-, was.the games to be played. The Garden 10.111? S JACKSONVILLE.
arooL, Sunday at P. u.u1 1 .'; ',:;
"oollwille .5 the the and the "
Church City accepted
Jatt Methodist Ep'copsI( th I, N. E.cornei vices of Catholic are remarkable challenge, BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS '. I : H ; Every: descrtptioa of Boat buHt"la the ost sabasan- '. & 5 L.; w!. "

-. "". wect*,R'4 3. I. F4rpszrtck.Frhd for their deep solemnity. Last first game agreed to be upon 'was for the 27th will had a complete.assortment of lumber, dressed NOTICE. ,. IIJ'Its aDd. "skillfu manner. I wiB guarantee.... < S 5 5 5 ". t
August at .
the Feast of All played aadressed.mouldings.KD>IIhf ..at the Depot MOSQUITO 'BARS'& FlXTURESls
corner of Church and Hogan streets. Sunday was and : I > : SAILBOVTS AND YACHTS
was played., score :stood 'as' follows BUCKY
Ibf.'llt. will pbdge to sell Oothlog, Gentlettten's
delivered '
Servicei SwdaydIifl1 Lumber Yard. be ,,
lIefr. r..wr. every Orders to at landings
I on
: '
the day following All Souls' Day R. E. Lee U Garden IS UnderwearBlankets.. Overcoats Uoaks TaI_ are.dentfy.weg know to la .
,dock; S. uponwhih : ; City ; the River receive atrentioa. warrant m* reCeniof '. 5. ,I.,:' -
at Z eYC.8 Dun .bet. ecpecbl CoverVa'Tmnks Value*. silk and For Hats aaj to their owners a.to skill workman.
.my as a )
... the _
).sIQNII' ," c"'oHtDl'. supplications were made by ,all won by Lees' The 9th 'O'Septcm.1 Address LOOTS J. Bacsit. myriads of other articles too lajmiroua to mention,' ,-_ ..:.
,--Laura..nd l'inc.uoct5 ber VMS the time set for the .I have now fcr sale a sew '
.J' i W jiuev O1urch-and e"D&a nb. devout Catholics for the repose of the ._, Pastor n.iT1Q'R4'sDtV.T Oa -
1MherVul&\ uyMaiaat6" : lIo&b Mau atl. : to be played .t Tallahassee,,'which was BUY YOURSELF A HOME.A -AT VERY LOW PRICES. 28-FOOT YACHT" aaua.J. # tS S
,. ,
Graves loved .
faithful departed. of the .
,-I ttvnlt. BI'OUkI .near S. F;rba'. ia played and'won by the Garden City; : .-oa St Joto'f river fs .o"erej far sale. ., = Soilt'with partkalarnaeace to the St.'Johns river.DiDDELL Parlor Swts. cabs Ssmwa '

0_ W ft..Jly Pdor.uIItt .1. and lost were visited, and adorned with wore, S3 to 14.' However, when the I One of the BUM desirable places ia the vidnity'of Jack" f ONLY' CALL S ,9-30&1 Carlo coraef at Clamber*

''l3aput*.N.W comerolP. and Utuoi. floral emblems, and .many an earnest Lees presented the nine to'play the Gar-II _riDe, containing' 18"acres.-about I acres ready iotplanting. Suits. BAY AND LAURA',STREETS. w.

t 76cd._ C IS t.'IlftI'a ethodast. \Vaington Street It" J. k'Js.u we- doubt' not on that den City, the Garden Cities 1 For particubn,apply at the countingroomof as others have done and be convinced that Cheaper HOUSE, Parlor -; -'JAcEsowvn.L' 'FaA. ." S OaaIl'HSuiu. .s.a .r

prayer, day. play against the Lee nine there a 1 .New SOVTH .jtf Bargains caa be obtained sad with greater satbmcrioa, __ '"*', r ,
Pagut ____, ___,L_____"___: ___:___\ ascended to Heaven for the eternal rest being Polite aad attentive Salesmen wait apes-, FERNANDINA FLA., .,,- r
member the of Wells substituted : :5' \
\ = by: .name great and maH at .. ) :*; 5'
La Favcrit Oyster Rooms. and peace of those who :have bidden in the place of'unit-of the players i FOR RENT. TtU.URLT'SOUTHER.! -- .. .'' "j. '1 !.'q- .: ----;-:;-- '. I !+'" "'

who the A good store,located ia the finest rmslnca BAZAAR. SAMUEL R1DDELL ?'aoeiizrea. : 4. ,.-r'S- 59 __, .. S -
in portteof ,
, L. J. SiJi-ey has opened a very adieu to the scenes of earth, forever. played first :ga.m Having i :Tti-Ttf *: .

I )trs. This time honored observance no book on the ground, the umpire decided the dry of St. Augustine: well adapted for any bositt. JoXAMlNE. ._._ i OURL'RGESTO,. ,>' ._" ;
BMt and plemant dining and oyster will never. ho was not an eligible player not Best location ia the city. Rent lao per moath.Address'James MARBLE JQ Matnificeat drive ot c eighteen mUcs OB be best .' .1 ,. .Iv. '. 'c.x: ...': .'. .;.. .
Gn.Q.8 corner of Bay be forgotten while time exIts,> U. St. Aogustiae W.C. SLATE.AD Atlantic -. ., '' U. ._ __ : .. S 5.
'. room for 'UJic,at among belonging to the club SO days, forcing Bjye. I 47 Re rcsaiac sea breoes f "" : sS'J-5 '' S

i'1\ and Tine streets. The rooms are quietly -. thosv ,who .profess the Caiholic faith, unto play without him, ho not being acquainted Cooper.JacksoovUk. 4 i:a. I ,- MANTELS, OPEN.SUMMER AND' ",_, ': S ...' .;: : ,. r'f ..S. S

in real order and -' and each .successive year,Jhrtngs ,this with'.the rule ,as, to eligible :' ", AND .. ...,. '" .1. It
t, located kept present A MILL, v ,v. CRATES FENDERS, &C,' BOARD: ... .. ,101 .. Jill 'JoaoiF'1/J : J '. S
b afterwards his .
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*rance. pious custom nearerand, nearer home to players saw error, thSt.Johns 'Cotia Per day__ ,'. .__ _, lei .'. .'lOl ox..t .2 : h S
an altnulire ip ,_ and wrote the club &Jetter saying! we Wen located oa the banks bl river sad Terra Wcre/Draia Pipe &c, Iag. ,---- -- .- $3.00 '. lot 10'I"'t *. 4" f. SS
... us. for all are hastening tov the unseen McCoy's creek to be leased to responsible parties by Per week r .froaa$u to Irs ooSatrslactory 101.eO loa. .11. ,'s-p .stBo'4Jlot ,
-4 sat J.BURCH.. 51.
had JIa
a right to play Mr. Well, but too arrangements maJc with families. 101t. .'t ,._. ; ', '.
The St. James. future of which we know, alas, so little, Lite. Tim rave the Lees one and the month,year or to parties desiring. to.saw by thethousand. Fine livery_1IIGda..u..Tf 101 :ic.: 101 S _', ..-,''. ,
game '
Apply at the Very stylish Ladies Hats at BUCKY'S.LCOAN 141' /t "
and fur which of us be too well the Garden City one The third > r '. tl1 S
none can game.
Hotel lls i formally ClBCO'AtWO LlBBACT.CIGARS. 101 101 : S
James open .
The St. ; /, ;j10l
and decisive to be played. The ; .
game, .1.1.
,I matter what : .Icr1 "
prepared no maybe our *
and begins tl i assume aH.HJ -5"
bribe season the time the 24th vcr 101rl t
| agreed J.HOLLAND
upon September S y 'I
views. 101 '
religious J < v IIIot S
It will not belong the Jacksonville Flo. And VV' / T t r *
businrss place Imported/domestic aavt of, CWB -'mif'rtttrecaa \l 'S 101 hl.*-. ,-4..ac.t4t':5. S
establishment the Garden the above 1 / ;JUSTICE OFiTHE-PEA WATCHMAKER AND 101 _
before this well known A Subject for Ornithologists. City"came to alwayi be W.a better arrJde aad'at a lower prkt S m

is crowded to its utmost capacity place, but in the morning before the than any other pbce 1 la the city at Gatojk. Go's LM **" .5 JEWELER, > 5 QtGlO1O1OD&DQ5oIg1oJS 101.. --- J.----'.- .olOr ;; .oi SIOlooDm&Dajw.1oI ll
Our .Northern' friends' and tourists time for game The c.ptslriof lin -...: lli
tame, or ; F-.riU. : I iJtl: : -
the fir LoleJs NO Tf AR ;'Y i !
of t PUB
ftP 'Ile >
for Its reputation generally, can make a Grange acquaintance the Lees met the captain of the Garden Comer Pine and Bay S s,, 1OlOIocooocooaso.oSI, 5 .
v. i"IoI
in the Sotlth is well establi.Led in ttt the.BillLird Saloon of Mr. John City to have an understanding to the / VICHY AND KISSENGL'i. Office tn SOLARYE-S BLOCK. JAcKSONVILLE FLORIDA. IQIooo'FvaimiiKm IO1ooseooorcooseorjoootOl oooolOlIQIocooaKCTxxoeooBjooofm J k-r* *

part of this great and glorious umpire, etc. .'Thec. ptaln requested the Many on rising laths mernlaf'compbJa W a headache Comer BAY t'PiNE streets S 101 101_'W..ona.-acotol ,t:..y. !.,
every B. Togni. on Bay street by examining -:0- i 101 .t. S
nam''a of the Lee nine, which the nptalD or feeling stupid. .Agbas Vichy or. & ,-
Culon from""Taffts*' Mammoth fountain La Fa vorita : Jacksonville,Fla. 101 1.tOI01010 D&Dnmuiour. ; S
._.- domesticated who fat of snid nine him. cores '
a quail tlay
--- I gets t gave Upon seeing New Jewel iyClocks, Watches i Ml 101 S 101 555'5.
them he refused t>i play the nine aU such%*i kaaa:6.31: (' Gentlemen's'underwear, BUCKY'S. S f.' S 101 1.1 101 10-"
A Small but Significant Item. I l hI day in a career, dissipation that ; at ;Diamonds,Plated and' : S 101 101 101 181 "".i .
and requested the names of Wells and "' ,". .
sooner or later will his ruin unLess Solid"Gold and Silver t 101 111'IG1 101I
The Silver Springs which i Is now run-: prove Beach to be. withdrawn. 'The.captain OUR ENTERPRISING OTICE"TO TAXPAYERS.COUNTY lot 101 in 101 1. nO Sto1

sing regular trips to and from Middle-I he reforms in 'season. lie drinks of tho Lees told him this was the nine Friends Meutv'GatO& Co.,have scemingjy spared no :N "'Ware, etc" S 101 S-....101,. 101.-.. -

and Whitesville, which is five mite. with avidity all the light wines excepting belonging In the Leee',regular members, expense In introducing the handsomest soda fountain ofFIer TAX COLLECrqi. 5 -:S "J .5 ri j> ,55. N .,101 101 ,S lot t01..,....' I IS
burg and ever had
claret is passionately fond of St not belonged to any other lub ,... : .r 1Ot'5.jL F'S
return the 3d FLA. '
farther on bet trip on I the soda from it b pronounced aB the ladies to be JACIUOWY1U.a. ,Oct.- 3d.1(74. DIAMONDS PEARLS,; AND |PRECIOUS -' : ', 101 SS- 5 ". 101_,-l .- 5
for over two and this was the The State and Tax for is. due 5
1874 and '
Croix Rum punch seems decidedly years, County .1iJll.'f'101> ,' .t' ..._IOL
dawn bales of cotton the best. STONES SET IN ; .f < "
eight ,
insL,brought I nine he' proposed to play with. The payable at my No. I ReQua's Block,next doorto ; r. f FINE GOLD." -: ., ...
i 55.
t the Post-office. S r,1'1.1".p I i }"; S 's5I S
fond of fine brandy which he takes neat J aS > .
for shipment to the North. Cities S S .. .,. 4
from Static Garden thcnj-efused to jjlay. The GREAT EXCITEMENT The law of 1873 Compels caeIIi.of a.lf tiwldch 5. } ,
: ,.
The fact that cotton) has been shipped i and will drink rlnTratber than do without captnin of The LJees left him 'and, some Over the political caavaas. tut-greater.9U P.ch'iplendLd opon ber. uses are-unpaid upon the first of Dec_ .'" .1,5-5, >.i"'5 5 .5 '. 5 -: -, S hf2:.1 "
will considerable -
-Prompt save cost and
ttroMt&t Florida Railroad i is an inlitruc-I his daily siimulus.] lore than this, liulcAime.fierwartls waited on the captain assortment groceries. 1041 tf payment Initial -LMtn: Mnugra"u''II":' ..:'*. THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTED *

It would furu>..h a good text he has learned to chew tobacco, and ol the Garden City again and wanted aIIIIOJUCePJ.TEIl JONES.Mayor. fancy Engraving done in 8' ""::'; IN THE SOUTH. : :; '1 I

tive oni' to agree upon an umpire The captain NO RING LOW PRICES'I HONESTY I an art ti :jnanner* -. 1 M 'T** S.
sermon with a few after taking his morning smU ,baa no BeautiJul Silk Scarfs,ia variety of color,at BUCK VS.FIRSTCLAS .
tar a importation I of the Garden City asked that these
Is the motto at Rich's emporium. ,Jo-Jt tf,, ,
: practical n-tuaiksun the ruling Railroad objection to small bit of tobacco which twu parties jbe .struck from the nine. $.I1JRNI ED .HOUSE S -, .. ,l )or""al t

trlDllp"rt.1liun ratts.School ho chew very lieRnrolyJbr i s \e.rlwzi- The itinrefuednd, : the Garden COt'NTRYFIRMS PROMPTLY I SUPPLIED ; : l Standard time by Cbronome. Parlor .RIOf, PIAfl;. .1'betm i -t(1

-- -. utes. We have never known a bird ad Cities then refused to go on the groundsat With the best Groceries in the Market--by.Wm. Rich : ::151FQ.R IACKSOKVTI.LS' ter rated by transit. Parlor Suits. u4 ,."'., .. 5 Chamber Suits. -,to. 1 S
nil. The captain of the Lees told '
dieted to Sit amount of dissipalion for cash .0 ttf S ALE I observations: '"" 'Suits. :
Publication. great an ._ .
him that he should bo on the ground at SUBSTANTIAL 4

The David High School schuUrs have before and are quite ready to believf the,.time the game WILl to have beenpllL'editld'.realYto THE PAkENTS. .The undersigned. InteadHg to remove to Us plant ,.' -'S .. .

I him.-.in. exception ,t deriJcd to pulilUh a paper of their own St.James and Grand National Hotels, AGKJIT .CBtnaA-no Boxn.
t rules, but thLt this rcamp drinks and Cities were not there the Lees would Rich, Folk's Block,Bay street. iou tf ,. : ,. H. :. SANFORD. run' TS WATCH. .txoCorcvorstKB ; -1o.S8zSS'S'
Yeiterdjj thi? newr|l'al'rial corps % tsitpptint. ; claim the game 9 to 0. The Lees were Apply to 5.: C. Ganur; : 5 5 S ** 54 55

.d by the M-Lool a, follows : : chews i is a fact completely undeniable. on the ground and ready to piny. The FAITH.HOPE AND CHARITY.'. JaclunnriUt Mfrck' 1874; '. twEEd -- --, rf tSa* S

_." --- The last but not least' b bund by' buying:carom ,; .
Editor Arthur S. Manvilltpublisher.. Garden Citiesdid! ,not' come the BJmorali. Bustles and BUCKVS. .
': upon Chignoos at We are prepared to offer bur stock at .
Urn. W. D&CuKU ; n port-, IA\ id A. Fall pe ling. ground. JToVwe, ask', i is it not just and Rich. lOon tf, A\ RANGE BOXES. TING.' 'S ., _' remarkably low prices. ':, "
right arconling to the rules, that theLees i..1' i. pRI ,:, 5'THEWSOUTJ1 .. S
5'S ri*
be oul.1at.d atl The openings at the millinery stores '. ; : / :
I Smith. Thr p.ipi-r will bould have the belt and be cotl.id- BUY'OOT3. WITH. r ; j .>p .:"! ', ; : : 1 .. .H .', n-9 .
the sdiix-l. A r-tnall press has beer.Hourcil which took place l last Thursday) were t'ft'dthe winnerothe A. K. AL's'stamp upoa'ihemr They arc superior haft matenal tu/Bdent to snake'near 500 orange : S S 5 :: ,'. ., '1"--,1 SS '
third.game by a 5 S
F boxes., This material is made of uniform size by ma ,
| and the HrM. PKJKT will be attended by nearly all the: l.idy ;}wlial>itants i- score-of 9 to 0? Jiave laid the fact before .to all others. \ I.._ .. 3rTf.- chinery1 making a bos which, .wilt bold two hundred l' :' 'J', ..8:0:-----'- : 1,.( ;.O'

sized Will be sold 1
}'utJMii-i !1,. week.. Ju.lgeO. A. Wright : of the city. At "Sir. O. L. Kcene's you. YviIl pleastF answer. It.'ENO' average Apply at the oranges Boat 5b.p of A. G. cheap-CH PPELL. JOB AND BOOK PRINTINGS r rt

iud the luieh.T will aid lh< HjLoIars' the display of fine and expensive goodswas Anstcer.-thanipiuji:.Tlw belt I if.Lees the'.are above entitled statement to .the is Co the top line. Free supper every night at Solarys, 9-Stf. _ .Bay..street,Jacksonville.-. .-,' :. t-:; ',. .'' DAVIS': ,-&, :DREW- ?* _
extensive and the Han commenciiig Thursday,Oct.29 74* So-aSlf Blankets and Coverlets of size and qrality at SS S 5' SS
every S -.1t
thcrelore the will be very arranjromentof ESTABLISHMENT, :' -
paper probably a correct. The Garden City Club had no .- -,- -' ,- ," -i.--- ----1sUCKY'S.-' : S -. &Or S

wqr publicati.ir. SutJ cripti'Jns received the store for the reception of right tl>.olg-ct to any man the Lees .r.' : : : , _. ; 5 DEA1IXS' CtAll. :":

at the Etho 1. visitors very ta tefgl and elalnjMte. TIMiss > chose to play l ,, provided such .man had Pleasant furnished TO rooms RENTV can be rented near the T O WHOM IT MAY CONCRN, { -. C ) : :.t7'/: :.. '' kinds SO? 'FURNITURE*' CARPETS ,
not taken 1 part in-any regu1ar4natch for ; The proprietors are prepared to execute orders for
----- Snow and herablc-lady assistant Su Hotel Address Lock box 7'P0.04' i of "'"" "" j 1 :MATrRESSESWHITEPJl.1EjWAL-1--1
James ( every description : .
: % 'A.\
period of last \ 5
H sixty aaya preceding t IJuivelhb day chancre die Steamer OCKLAWAHA I' I' CEDAR LUMBER *
An Unfounded Rumor. Mr. Keene owes the success ol his ; 1J"an ,etc
open the game in l in. The. fact of.lht' to Cape R.OBT,; DARDIS. The boat or '
lU\l ,
'TOVNTAIN myself will not be responsible for debts be .. '. "w *:,' SS
To those'of reader THATSODA any may PLAIN ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. -
ing. our lady whp GnTilen Cities .5.
We authorized in
are to rontntdict the ; not'pulllng an appiar. aID't heir. .
rnaor that the city rmhoritics have may det-itc to feel delighted, cauhtby ance 'upon tbir ground to contest the last Ia the LA farrritu cigar store is admired by'fl.6.t3tf '! H. L. HART.Palatha '..'",0 ; ." '. ,JACKSONVILLE. ;; FLA.- ..;Y. '': t'

fl*.,Sept.n, 1174TalaaaI 9-96.
brought action surprise and fairly! ast<>ni hed, we would game with the Lees, gives the game to -' CARDS- S. S ,, -S 5. 55 qS
any against an Esqui- tbs lattcriclub! a of nine to BUCKY ? 'f
'Ijy. and Peedee '
vismxGc&Rzs; "
lUlU immigrant f.r an infringment say visit the attractive millinery establishment -' nothing. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. .'. ,' ,(. .' -; :. M .

Keene Observation taken at 7 A. M r. X.and, ..M. WEDDING CARDS. S ,f1'3" SICl
of Mr. ,
on Bay street n' ::
their EMILE3MOURGEON ., S S. S .
upon patent fur macadamizing :: dally,by the Signal Service U. S.Army, In. this city. LOQIS j tBILLHEADS- ? S L .

road*. Bay street as a sample of their between Pine and Ocean streets, and In Sbort. 5 = CS E' Vi&i**** .5 -'-. : S .- 5 S 5 5 -, 1 ..".. .., SS,
5 f a. wind. *'C From Paris France UteJy Foreman of tLe States ._,
,( I1IIiIIt S
work, i it onircrsally) admitted tn be per examine the valuable and elegant stock i'' -:1I1st was l'.a.premium all t dayjesterday Oct. ,ft i If V. ? *&.> r l, i ,?- Island Drengettafalithm-m JotGII'.2 ). rA.j.-J- ; ..111.- "I.ETTEOIEADS-: "- ., J: ._ : P R 4',6.I C E. RE-D U'C D.Jt ,... .S

fect ol iu Liu J. It i u perfectly execra- of goods he has ace purchased and poiitit-Ians were not the only "74I I 3 si- ; !11 r.,.".1 NEW DYEING AND SCOURISO ESTABLISH. CJ .. "' -. ; _. 1; > "'

I bIt-> and i is heartily commended toby the North. We feel! confident in assertIng clasa\ who u .had it flung in their eyes in i.i I i .! C--. a.f.'t'IIb I I I L.,; "p.. .-I $. .,"-MENT.. ., POSTERS, __ S 5-1 110"" :'S := "' .J 4' ... ..iirtlllA.c'. ,' } 55

aD wlw are fortunate enough to that even the most fastidious among everydirrci. Tues 4 64 N t-Thocc'11erWed. Ladles, *aad Ccndsuaen's'carfng Apparel, BRIEFS S 7' '" r f S ;
3016 r
39 73 "Lace Ctutaids; S '- "/ 'A r" S ', .A THE BESTJNlTHE ;WORLD .

Mre wer without lowng their teeth. the gentler x..wi1tpitonly. be 1.1.u; -A pair' of ''fine. horiV! ; d by 47 s 30.13 30-iS 69 59 75 81 N N Fresh Fresh._oo CTdy Q'dy Lace Shewla. PAMPHLETS.BLANKS .. 1.- 5.S5.",'55,_.:. 1'.515S S
Bad other fine fabrics cleaned and cyed.
most carefully l ,
An additional foot of ashes with a plentiful .but delighted .ai the lovely' styles ,of Capt.: Bentley,; arrived here on 'the Dictator dl 9 jo-tl 6i" N Fresh.00 U'dy FORSYTH STREET between Newnaa and Mar. OF ALL' '1NDS. I'"L. : '5 ,'.o'l..JI'J.: S
Thu. S 7 )0 19 e6 90 N Fresh 0- Udy .- ; 5? S
laid fur their 'It' hat streets. -- S ; ,0 [
of goods oct inspection. a.oi6 N Fr o. Fair LisT L' 'FETi1 ;
intermingling plow-shares and last Thursday. They,are reported nil, I -, : WILL A-' .,,
'Frcah'o.od ., ,._.
NE' QdyFit. 5e .
} 63 I "( "
,judicious fpriniling broken bottles is of no use..to attempt to write .a, description "blooded and fast. .. 7"0'J0.Z JO..IQ; 1 75 f9 3 N Fresh].Q CO Clear : Carpetbags 'nj tadjes: Companions BUCKVS. { COLORED., 'PRINTING. AND.- GILT- WORK.- :? J-5< jf'S

fc the these charming goods must I C.iN. 75 49 NEEthh ..ooFalr ,. 5'
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anly suggestion of improvement -The 5chools in the country will 1 .' > 5.5 5 .5 "'1' ; .;: I-U"Ut.r.iO"
that b mentioned. be seen in order to be appreciated. The Mi.H.SHERMAN, ", t 1', < S

-_- .. _- ladies of this city. have always been open on Monday uext. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. INTERIOR DECORATOR CHEAP. NEA.T.A1UitROllPT' ,',; : 3.1= ...: 5 ,: ..;V ':.'o"X 'O".' ;\,15-- "t,

New Drug Store. noted for their elegant taste in dress, -A very pleasant sociable was held ARRIVALS ANT CLEARANCES AT THE PORT."rJACKSONVILLE A"D -S''S'A- 3S -. ". ." : -
in last 1 UPHOSTERER.COR. S S '... .-: *rfH iSHONINGER S
Ietropo1itari'HiiJ evening. FLORIDA: > .
-5 5 5
Anxmg the new commercial enterprise and Mr. Keene haiceIu1vtibtd ')' S.S. '' S : o.n.Cfl-MTtD" ,. .j4s4 11 55 .

utieh hive a large share of happiness;to the many -- ,- ----- .aUJ\'ALI. LAURA AND CHURCH.STREETS C.1.MATHERFRANK" .K.UTTLE.c ., -
in the r .
city : .. '
sprung up LAFAYPJU1A OYSTER SALOON. Nov.5,str Dictator,Vogel, Chariestoo.CUAKAMCC. > l.i 4. .J1./ 'Iml *t t
thIs Fall l, hn J one which cannot bat ndd who are enrolled among his patrons.. :l SS .: ':.ORGANS. ..0 S54J .
At Gate's corner where the old Ice Cream stand was. > ,.DAVIS DREWS T :' -1'1" > 55 "-"" < .""
to the sch loha G. New'York.'" 1 I 1. )r "d. I ' < ( >:: :: : :. I ,; s, ,- '. ;k;) \
Sail S
New Wright .
gttf ral prosperity, is the ;ioiporttoS goods ztrebeingopcned every day, Open Monday "i&- Coffee,Calce, Oysters, and O'I' s. 141.3D' \i; >:.f1a: ; ., SIN

"holtUeAoj retail drug tore of MiM'H.i H.:' >y &. Co. also_ 'held their, cvert'thing tp'orUer. <. fti. lfj ', L.1.'SrDJru"i ., *Nov.OY 6 6,,sch Georgia J c. Drew.Loud,Carter.Clark Belfast.New Haven rIM; Business Suits at BUKY'S. :;L. 'MATHf1-' ',& co..- ,... ''1' : : D'AILTUt_. .; ,.' ;'!f'"i,::_'t 1, (
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J.3.Grima & Thun. 'with grand success _-_I I of .. ItJ5 '. 5 5 S 5 5 ., .
Co. in Robins n's block opening 1I. .- ;.0 T'
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J .treet Mr. Griffin is well known Their store was. tIiough1arer'thanMi. : Has just re received from the north-tot of fine Cabbages NATIONAL THE .CENTRAL- SALESROOMS".. '. Tie I best musical S talent"of the.country ftCOIBr S S
Cco.McGnrur.P'or' '
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throughout Georgia and the Western Kecne'j, finelydecorated and the goods They arc oa'sale ar his stall in the Marbet.t. T J Bunin,S A Susan'Fernandina M L Mashes t.. '-S. <: 5'-'z.I >" : ,these Organs. The nicest andbca.', Mare Car your eU !f S
,__ _._ BruMwick Ga R Hatcher, P P Bishop San Masse; GENERAL :' :: : -S 5 S t t--"*#Jk 55 5 5
P but '
Florida to fine ath-aDtise.-js. ai I. _.. :
displayed : '
and has always borne p. W A fry J E Ellis, StAugustine; W W WUcos.Aucusta. r '. .l .< : : : money,lUllS gives better sathfactioa_ thus any other.
erling character. Jlig step from Bay street to the First National USE THE-KO LOTION I .Ga; C D BrigKam. Hack Point J E Tote;St HOtSL' sITip .NE R)'S "S "".-.: :' :..L.155r 'S
drags are now made. Thciiipt.s the .. 5
Patterson.Madison.ifU .
For cappcd1nptoasdngto han "TTo W ptifcbaied at f. H Ltir Louis.Mo Ceo H Norm and wile, FU A j j 5
1lea.r1.v] all imported and of the choicest Bank,building. and ,w! arequite*ure, .. .: ,- PA Aenithe, ": 0 H Call Bay Street.,near. Laura 'I.- / .r'U .', ':- -' ,.
: ?
u.jtr'NEW N D Pan W U &Ide B L Ether Tallahassee ". VtL . Eurtka, 'Ccnftrff.. Ortkatra and 'CntnA.Onstrated -
If'we so :
quality, while his experience in the our lady'readers' excuse us : J"j FL?. ".' :, .' --3", "" ,,
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bug1 baa been sufficient to make recommend them to.call there at their: IMJORTtNC'; 6RUG' STORf'WHOu.. NATIONAL! BANK PUBLIC- SALl'eWrJSATURDAY.: 6t7wt ;. ; ;..; .: .//- AND, .. ; .. ." ,,1-.,' '. S ;'- .1 r"q : ,
SUE :- '
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tat bt FIRST _: -
"OW7.11U earliest coDveoie the i.f S
ce jmrpose
lone. We call specialIttenthinto A new Importing Drug House b now being opened CaeIII" mall postpaid to aay .
Mr. Griffin's local admiring the (charming stock' of varieties -1 oo Bay street a few'don below the Natloaal Hotel, ,FLORIDA. r.t'f LUMBINGT adver- I r. i : 1 : .. ; ; .apes app1casl to . _. .n-.
1i6anent. by J.J. CriiEa A Co., wW win Pep coMtaatly j ii. / r j -- "
North o> ,
This enterprise we gladly lately received from ,the by JASONY11.- A v AND ., .' S ... .
hand English. French and Genoa IIedl I B. SHONINCCR % CO.., : '
Drugs -
pure ,,
.efaome Miss & Co.: ,who.: certainly' have JVWwaW AM in ttrtit i* OuSUt*. i '
not for Fay TV tIj COPPER-SMITHING. .
only the with all the -i.1
citybut does.Cbftikals. .,*5., lais Dpi* ; / I' I -- ? New Haven, Comv". .
t oure State. displayed a great amount of taste in IDa preparatHM of the day.. Every article guaranteed -I. : 1 S -S 1

theirtaiefulselectlona. Ladies are proverbially and sold at the fewest ca h prices. Exchange on Savannah and New York".sold. '.and Ex. .,1 am prepared to esccBtt work,-ererrjdescrlptipB JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA, -.; 5' .OR S SALE:-OR R NT-COUNTRY. iF..O.R ".". :
change oa all Northern points bought- ,
11M :. r., 5: : ;5' 55 \
Particular attention iI Prescription Department / 5 "J.
aad rerpectiiBy sofH5j' -
the .
la most satisfactory manner
PersonaL hard Ja 'please, specially in S _. .._t 1
En at all hours of the day and alght by the / ,' '/ t'.P'*: ,' L'1IcBthepsttooageotaeic. *i't ; -
J' K. Warner anived home on article l for ib'nilreiw i; .or toilet, but aftera competent and re1iaLIe"PiIIII'cUcW'with '-' : HAVE JUST'REMOVED:TO t JHE1R. ,NEW. S.A.L..E. -'afra' : .
theit ; JY"J S
AND STOCKHOLDERS: t tl n- > ( : '
"* Iictator) 1 and studied of the a peculiar gold' or silver atad ill France for AND COMMODIOUS STORE ON S ? '
**Thursday. carefully survey ; ,powder _, Fw.n,: \ ,. I .dctik&sDBBINS'. GUN jSHJP, or at Mr. Y ER Y C.Ht .2 {:
Mn. .; S S SS
:: ;'S'' ; 'j
C. .1.
that which tbent if all taste'and
11. deprives
LULl purpose unp S .
and exhibition 3cCLazT4qtHo. ( S
Master Ellis ar- elegant goods there on they :1 } S. S # H to'"i
rired Ii rum asant odor without Impairing (heir efficacy la the F. E.SPIJIJI.V.. .A NcJaAJtb: Lt.Jobhoa, .1JfW-rw:sIIop wIflses'sspsemptii >' ttrtt tmaO Farms,ntar.&t City limitONE'or '1
Rochesttr, by train.Thara- 'must be very, unreasonable*'ifthey are least. This valuable improvement is not only a great PMUO KSMIKCTOM, Esq, C.A.FAtaonijj. Cap... BAY STREET A1JIjA. S L ,;' S SS
day Daises('mutasp Law. : i.- !. '''! \ 'J"/.f"I". .", '.i''l/} ,. 1.. '
laOl1lin SasL RammiToaE4V.. ; ,. TEN
r 'f. < ACRES.J .
: not perfectly satisfied benefit so the patient,twt preserves Cir a long time the .C. Sgvis B*.'I sq., W.M, Boerwica;q.. : ut.r- .14,0 :. '4-! -f"-;. '. '
Mr. L C. purity of the mediant and b : w-ri : WM. CLARKE WHERE WILL'BE FOUND _' ri Ceared bad;no other ImpKKemtan. '* .jT .
gcyrndoncd by ,
wife bel'lock S
Emery and also ar- Mrs,, lar'garet: Gallagher opens September 16,sI;. *'-4*TO 0 '. 1\ : ...
liTttl t week and the BMtt eminent Physician of 0tis country and Europe S "' '(', V.. .f ur-,''S." .." '' ,. '.. v .,1 ,. t t .J .' : .-!. S ONE'OF TWENTl: ACRES: % ; 'J
have taken their of millinery goods".this_ morning ; '. '
up Medicine chests furnished and replenished with ACARD.S aIt"
Abo@t fifteen In vtaes
tSSidetIe. : : .. acres culriv-tlon. 500 rape
L KEENE : ,. : I' ,
Judge Randall's. at her establishment, on Laura street care and accuracy at short tIO, .- ..t'S', .S. A LARGER-ASSORnENTI fruit treea;aauterdralaed:day subsoil ose ofihe bEIE !
1kt S FLAi March .'. sA ..i'iIIIIt- -
; TACzaoKYtLLX, jtst ,
p- I .
P. Bishop of San to Abo on hand. Fancy rii.ia- Ornaments (parlor :. : ; '' '. 'r "*. I -'i.- 7' I "- -- I '.LO" S S
.. Mateo, near Bay street,. ao.d.jjvill.be! happy : !, I. S S / -- ; ;: .., : S
.de 11 and ,toilet). Lubia's genuine''Extracts;Soaps; ;:, BAY STREET.JACrSOKVlLLE. FLA.".- 'SOUTHERN i1vE'INstTWlcECOi. I., i\: ,. \ ...:'or.-, : : : ONE.OF iI'
jesterd.y. aU orders with which her.pdtn.n THE _, .
HeJs-taying execute ,
IttheCca r .
bought |t Rue Sc Annie; Paris. I I '. .5.L. -" Lot J' r r About tour acres ia cultivaiioaw balance.good piae
S atJOnt.1 her; with ,.Pialff in:1.tl. y.r-.-w TH.' win fa. lew, ppbiBt a State Ageni lorFlorida. :' '' STATIONERS'' SUPPLIES woodsjomKingsroadDeaW AJID" '
favor PANT i
J O.Lathews may promptness {Odetsfrots'a distance fitted aDd fanrafdedproorptry; ," -t .ys., ._ _. '. i .' ; C C.cow. .. : .

of Orange .t1e.ias: .and dispatch. Thirty yean!;: jKrknceJan4 JaaYIaJ.1II'.teventeeo ./>, Mi :,-UN EJiyV:. ; :. 11I dac Ia'J.b, managtiAD "> "-' ; s :. U Real Estate."Whschea's ButldiaK,Bay SuHEALTH ,-. .
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from --i : -
of the time given personal attention to the '
a vUit to New England r J yean par- ... ". S '
; IIIcl IDI 10 hare Base, BalL, chase and importation of Dru i fiomj England aa2 -. '." S.. > 1 THAN IS TO BE FOUND IX : *" 5'

renewed himself France)warrants the belief that entire tU& 'oa will / FANCY. ANDjDRESS: GOODS. ef Henry A. '* ,. :
directed ,cm
laal. : eommiuJcatioM to me : 1 i. Ii : :
ii LAND :: .
from Witkes'Epiril '
Wo clip the-.following be given to aU who may >vorns with their kind attend : ,' ', \ _: --J' "r. I : ... tRECREATION ,-.. S

of the Timet of Oct. 10th. We tioa. J. I,Gurrw&Co. Has Just received from New York a bI! assortment of L'Engk Secretary rftheJackso-viBajBranch, win ANY OTHER'\ HOUSE 1HFthR- 555S5. _; ..,, 5 1S '
How t -
j the above 4 of .S 555 S "
About aam : -a J *- -J"' .5 .
tr IleTe That Little DilL-. publish it as it pfvej'not; taerely knswer II. p-7d' lTsgg1sts.Bary St.Jackson!u ; Fla. J -. ... f ..; '_ r receive.' doe j. attenwoa., ': 7.-. ..:- -. -i-. -..... i'S.. '( .,; .IDA- : ,. 5- 5 5 ," : -. 'J .,.,' 'fc J t.S '.S'

il -does the ... ( :. : :: :
any unenviable
certain stakment as .f4Luui1R .55. S
1UIder position to : LATEST.STXLES.ANp!ASUJO .. S : S SW S --- --- --' r *''
caDoPT of heaven atemeritsjthe'miselves L ; LC'DWlGUr.Ans :' ; >) "" ;., ,!.\. '. L t'r \ '. T *-A*
cot ,'iris'that oj( ; girifstne', t : -11 z.; ; -- ''
a biU lipper11: ,WUo tf'room,No.a, rrideaterg't bsUd1by .. ,:" .' .- AT PRICES COKPETUlG" WITH' PRICES I i.ns.FtJaX" '. S 55 -., 'e especially| Ii the accounts and then 1oI1'wthe. answer. ,.stet,3ackaa.uleri. }" ",,' A0;.a fine. assortment. O(1&eD4. .--pad, ., ..: S S S .

Itogth bolda Live been M"diDC''f any The statement, aspnbliihcdin the,.Spirit Portraits painted- 1yoJ1.r.1'-I--. or small;ftdtd."or-.1-defaced -KID'GLOVES"i" "V- 'MPORTANT.*TP YBODY!! CHARGED\l ltif{GOODS, PF(TBE !SAME ORANGE GROVES COLONEEsJFARMSrMARKET.GARDENS7 ;

likenesses restored,eiJarjWI and finlsbcd hi India ..1.. .. S 55 DESCRIPTION IN NORTHERN CITIES.
.Ohtime. There are several ud us'beiOWWU submittedby L. .. .
"UUxig ID about printed by. ink.water,or oQ colors aU'.. Pricea reasonable: > soxi t,urchased' ,Ji'j' JvMy "JfJC1UW' :a IrauuM artkW..lit. .&<&J-" _}.o -.: .' e.lCHYAND 'I VILLA 'SITES TOWN v' ,
the 1 been so admits
iaiie having 5
"I city 'bu w.eruut Mr. I.w. ;.*, and ,i. t ;. ... ). :nr.,on'guarap te ? LOTS.
4ea totit ufahue leather ln1be en- word, -theoneiLe'' submitted,to"-theClipper Also Solar FboIOgi phslL front iou to Jifc aiae, i ,''"'- ,:, ." .< ", ifc'j A' Wines. ,uqtuoi5&c..z.t*'. :. .-; ..:" :. ., 'tX1EIh"V1T : : : 'VrA
JII6tice frota'V&(ci from tnall plctuie i'a of work "\ J. B.'TOGNI. .' 0..1' ...7t", cs" ..'' "J I,' 'fW.. ". ..J
tleir to Lbe intere6t1 of zithiipaper; ; gaTe4 e:' aB .cither styW.r! r 5 .LOW PRICES. S .. ,... SS. .VV.q, S FOI| SALE ON.'loR.D'S ,qR'ANT.
tDI plo, never before done 1 la JacksonvIUe, jflm-clasi work Is ; .' 1.. .5: .M' : ; .I.. .:' "rBE"AnDrrlO" 'or. : -. :._ ,
:. .tid when \ "','r v..t F 'i a.1.- "> "
J doea-t&e i r .. S
they lay they answer and decision Bpiril.SiDce warrantrd prices lower aha.(raveUicg agent caa 4aCaH aad sea.- ;: II.NI'l'" > I: .. -"S 1'.) *"..>t --.r w-, -* *> l ::. : :.t..I < : L.MJ' 1IOOR, .
11Deal they eat uohesir the and Ie work b' nsbrtIciis' io'aWt'of J fc ; _. ._-: > ; S : I. t, "H> Sanferd. S
tia Rh 1 we thli dedsion. r as jnbllshed! caer, .. I talus vecesdos. .' 04kRs. 0
-, i'1fy0SIb. '. ,. .. ,., ... & ., '1 COTNTRY DEALERS
Yrar them Clipper has decided nliff rently Jo:an., losing pkturM' cf dead or absent,friend ,asls frttjoeatlyAe bR'.SAiX .. : .,... ':i. LIdiuiJa.P t j.B..TOGJfrS Saloon. Bay streav. .. ,Boots. UI Shoes aeat sad durable BUOCTS.V9" *" S

b 1 lear the credit 1 case'. la'** ding Itbcni away to W enlarged. Sanvjjcs FA .. ,, ,'if: .f. 5''s-. 10" ,II 5 .: BJ5'f55dii'YJ! 'l'tLidg : I r ._.
pystem 1 U' be. liver certain tprf8cotationsmde by.members on tahff tto. at sqidlt: i'I.t.t ., ., "" )1't. ."..., BAY HOIlE..w..s and kindSuitable 10'f rII'Il ::'. \' ;-t .5' .t ,.,., \I\'A1I.'I"fc n--. S .
the more and I non tlDpopalar. and CltrclUb. As far a lady to drive. *110,a Buggy and harness. _. ,. ." a4'a.L Ao"' I5e ; "i s ''_' .. ., s.SjS 54 st 1..: SS
of the' Gar&fc' t. I Win be laid cheap Sold for waatM_.- 3 "-- CEKERALLYTtrjUR N .
fBxi'kq 'pi B AND -THE PUBLIC ;.&'o home wffi be gives sa a aortUerir t
trieJld.rrall&11100 ofour nit'fcalltt1e Mr. Luc.us'itaternent if *n exact.' po.aitl Apply N.Sovra office. / ...t Imported IUs'-JU an kran$ht.s OIU lIac1. -.J- ''"" larty> af faiAMd atg'adchborfaood. ,
At Fred. e'JWItnct..Post ffic* ... I'- 1 *
-- I iiZ 112 S TxAt tldTxTRADE. .m Saudi mm fcr Ike Iauwdes -
JI1&leaaemaod..luboaldbe.lO.: If a D ol the faptsibeern4Dt4! ; b&rtivab3m Fitalc4cUctW'j.o4''cookij T.iw t 'mlReedvad '' ICTURK oplid sad colored WOoD*BICKi TOGm'S.aUM. -'- '' 'f- _. ._t" ,'. ,bl primary braachrs.(two eIIIIcIiIn S

pa16" dollars to-day he enc tnart'be that the GameD 1 07 ear- k.- cUHyr; i ]t"' LESS GalbryT _' )' >'.: .. .t Addrm. I. 7. It.ICeUvel.FTa. 1"-








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r. 5 rVcm rr<*.&. A. UcLtX> To our Cxctange Publisher*-t, aod v P tn&tnafl.? SILK: -W.J T. -: .: ELORI1pASA.VINGS; : ; : ;BA'NK: ; : :

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I' 1".. .I' Oon.nVrol 44jllt.' 000.Lr.. an41I11mlnoUua-p..10U V 4 R1U7 ale EaOAK. ...,THE ANSON RD.1 .. I'world, propose to furnish .superior article of Silk Twin 1.: . :. t L, .T .'.J' ".'1:' '"* "' i .* n.-.IJII1,6&h J i ) '. \. ., ,".. ,

i ir .fcun Hlkt i aBl pf rabllclt.tru 'f :-4 .j.
f, (.! 'I .. att IIII.-.Ih LEtWLL w : ; r ; .. .. ( 'tICE''JN.LOYtlUDGE'S'mllLD1NCt'OCEAN'STREtt:j

I t. : ? FREMECOURT. PAPER AND:1r.C! ; Et f .Ferth convenience of the public thls.celebraled TwI4la I N. OTICE 1 U fcefebr ()vei of the tneorpowdonof zM /&>Y<2 SkvifBa.aM
: .Ch'ef,,.Iee-E. K. RNflLL -. : ) wttkiM priodpal plaoa ofowiiMM In the city>orjackv>nTille. 4__ -
". i I Aasciut. .-. D "'E"Tf"O l' / ,< an :JUT WON:!; SP.OOtS-.OF DIFFERENT 'SIZES '; TIle de'igo(she ..Florida Savion Ba k.II.1O: afford to those who srr desiroin of saving their money the I.. ; .
p ,., -' *.B.VAN. VALXESBEBO.. I have ,euaiethi' minofiicure awi sale et*:these ,. { '. mean of ta ely t employing at a good rate of tntercM.to bs ifmtcd lIJId'th \wett-koowa citizens __- _u. .
t I
t C,-LtttA* FD3TEK. 0 : AT HOM. ta home securities (well-known value .
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;;. "'J;;1 % CIRCUIT .'ORT.i Machines,with which my name has been so long identified /Th.finest qualty. being thereby.ofTered, on, spools ln & \iCs1" -BA ltr flov..-'The.rcauIa' houn for transaction businen haH! be from 'clock a,m,'to 3 clock p, n. ROBINSON

,:. l'IJ. ,and so ennslmldrcu1ated forthe. past.fifteen daily, except,Sundayi'and holiday*and 011 Sa nrdayt until.? o'clock pv ml: ,
\, h'la.'k.1a1C1rcu1'-WTA"I'NEP.tIP81II&C01&. yean and ,//1,AfcAr if *y ".* /ctrt + lltifrrfltr FROM FIFTY YARDS.Ij.pvA.RDS1: PKJOSITS Dpo iti will be'entered fn the books of 1M corporation and also m a book 10 be given It)the dopositor. WIIOLSALZ'& BtTUL
1" .. W. WHITE. Qu'ocv. ''Thtt bOOk..m be evidence ef hi1 or he* when withdrawn this book
: property money are must be
; .
Ir .1r& adS.' .' 'It W, JlRy rAYe k .rut/*. tine fn my ill./rald'rir The above unequaled twist manufactured csperially for the we ol all kinds of sewing machines and agents brought; the Bank t.have the payment entered.JXcpothor! may take out the'money themselves or,in case' DRUGGIST'Hoeg's I

i r.t .', ** E 8.A1CUh5ALD-Jcksofr. cslr.iii4" .4-,..'ti Itl',; I Au.i'Ir; .(or different machine. .. ,through. the et..ntrr re..i) ingtthi* twttt In Urge quantities, and a*. :' 1: '-' >. *abttoce or.fickocsi, it wUJ be paid to>thei/ order properly witnmeAanc accompanied' by lhe book. DepotlUwill ., ,
L' .ti.: ':1'" ." ,' : ': ." '. be repaid at'aor' time when caB d for;when there I I. a sufficient amgunt tn the.treasury uninvested odv.erwbe Blo k. Bay s..

r: J e', .si9. 0 h Ju,-dU Clrtnlt-J.., R. OOS*. OcaJa.Mb My latent Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER,p I ', :: .' ..' SPECIAL INpUCEMENTS .. .; ., .atili orliat practicable period in iLe order in which they maybe called lor. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. .
., J T. MAOBEE.T.mp.. with patent moveable cutting "board, two' I tempered : IMTOCST.-Interest at the rate of seven,and three-tenth per cent,(or two cent per day on f too)will be paid ,
(, 'j ... i_ "Ii" J..W. PRICK Enterprise.Couny and still are offered to the trade,all those about to purchase will do well to end for oUr price list. v annually upon'air'deposits whicli. shAll.have remained three months or more fat the Bank,to be added annually I ---------r.: .
knives Irs postrion
/. i squaring board holds to. the principal of the Depositor ". COIiPOtnfD'1fG. ?*nscapO A ancuL;
; "
'Jr I; ntv\'L COtiNT* a* the FAVPBITB, PirutjCuTT** WfoNG PRINTEBS. .; l.i'l''I/ ; '.1. 1" Accouirrs UIICALLCV Fo.:- -Any account to which,aoc '*lq shall tdJcd and wkch i'shin$ 'have'remained. --

; (' ._:,&j Jn&f' +-W. IfcLEAN. and the best..asachlpe In, the market for .the low uncalled mum for seven years, shall cease to bear'Interest.. .* > [ ': .' .
lAccooirrs' PATABLB TO H MRS.-If persons'die who own money in this Savings Bank, the money will be -
l. f':. I. -Clerk .'Cotlrt-O AR HART. price charged. for it. XFiE SINGER ,:: :. paid JO thei* kgd l represenudves.," -' .'. : KEARNEY'SFLUID
bn-4)5PflU.DUUKEE. BANK .BOOKS.*.Although the officers will,endeavor, by au possible frauds au
I t flat Solidtor-T A. UcDONXELL. Tlu Ulrtt Imfirtvtd Hvnlj "tiirj Ca/Wfe-'if/ prOnotinced means, to prevent ,yet pal.ments'
l lo persdn producing the bank-boots shall be valid '- .
t; i' T4 Cou, 1) Boicit: r-.CIIA8 U.SUUUER8. the MOST DBSIBABU'CABO CDTTBH Vb .. ., payment to discharge the corporation.
\ : ...I I ..",<., : .1 "It .. -,E.. ,< ; CHLU>IR'S" EHDOWITKMTI Parent or guardian of minojf tchildrca mar deposit money M trustee for the
"H: ,' Tres.urr-J.W.'I4WA1X.A.--"l.C.ORlutLKY. market, for the general, uses_of a printing office J. : : fa.O, z 'Ti.10 '. ,,.' : benefit ef such.miner. until they become' .f age,interest upon which may be withdrawn annually added to
"' -J' n.q.. : principal. .\ : '
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t tutll-htimm' .
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OllrttorPEffcR Tkt
J tiN t:8. KnffIf Ctrtl'Cutter '
I :, my ( M- k.4' % SPBCtAb EnDOWMKvr P1.AN-teposits: nth Florida Sayings Rank amounting to $jo during each year lor a
t Sup-iinteirflrol *ch" .-. P. aftWBET.AtioUoni latest Improvements, I Is preferred by k'Y %_ 1 term often will the cash U
i. : t J L. many priotol .Jin't'i: :: year secure depositor a payment trfi/ o at the end of the term,-or proportionately !
Buixh. C. UnnDn )f. A.
0' "I ; ';' DI1I..I.1! I, ers. and holds hi frvoritIsovr other machines. : ;; .; ',' on smaller pr larger annual deposits. In case of,inability to complete the.ten annual payments the depositorcan

: ; 'jf',"-t.-;" t 0 >6t jry Put r .-John O'. nn>*\.!P.. B.Kn.'pp: T. For sires and prices. see Illustrated. circulars.. .. -' ,..:_ I. ., ..l "" thereon.withdraw mig the plan amounts unlike already ordinary paid life In inwrancr,upon g,ring secure three the months depositor notice against;together forfeiture with of the previous accrued interest, 'The only tnowa remedy tx
8. payment
t- 'I Kelt. O. P. Cooper Ch.. M. eummer. O. .
11 f w. L /(' ; : '. '- and offers a safe an4eaay method of providing a handsome endowment for U e future cf ,children friend
parents ,
\ >y., E'win Illiilns,.Wm. M. Lo-cIwtth. E M.: Shipped direct from the factory to any part of the '
1 or the expositor individually, Sftcial deposits not be withdrawn for
to entitle
: ten will
J depositor to
'f Tbiw <\ years
I Chenpv, 11. 1. W.
Maxey, Saim, H.Orantrr country. ie, :: a certificate fof liantlt lAm mHt e/tuck /,,.;payable in ten yea..ID favor BRIGI1 'S
Jo. JL < pf any person designated. .DISEASE
l nrkr >. C. Cdrmgton, W. L. CuBSk 3. W. J J T ,1. 1 4_ I. LoAM.
.Whltm y. 1 C.Or'Iey Order solicited;and can be filled 111'rel mal! k -All money received on deposit shall be Invested In first mortgages. real and personal property tn .. ,
\i this State of at least double the.ralue or in other collateral secuntie
: ample .,
Ccmmlcsitnen-Uilr 1 :
Pilce E. "
h'Ii Fortune. .; j ,r RkAt EstATl.-This Corporation will act trustees lor the of real And a positive
4 II U. H. Hoof. T. t) E.-IU K. Jones. Address I, as purchasend.saIe. estate'or the. renting remedy for
1!: 4 JuHtleva of the Fc*_Vf. W. .s.m .on, W, A. ANSON HARDY, : -. .. ., : I 0 .', ',_ I awl management'of estate and property genendlyi ; '.,, -. ; '.' .
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r !j4ul1lmt'f'al1.\ C. F. Tomrnd.L Henry C Tfoon. Jame : : .
-. '.&I;: ). Wi.ron. U. P. Chppfll A. H. Phili .. W. L.: bUfll Mass., .iiiiJU..1., I 'o "'. .: J '. I.. ; :,President., , ictPresklcol.I' .: Treasurer GOUT, GRAVEL STRICTURE!

: .I Cuati, A BuMiny Wau. -Oordon. J. F. Kollin*, J. i _.. _u .1 I .., .. ,. ., DIABETES '
*1 ." .'.' '. Merard. NEW TRIBUNE EXTRAS -- .,: t''i -.--- ; --' : ,,1'\ "..IS -. '; : DYSPEPSIA,
"! 11 "urrrjcr Chu. F. Smith. 3 1. .. 'O, : I ".. ) I -I ', '. : NERVOUS. DEBILI-.

:,I r:,:"c. 3.In i.etnr* of Lul1lber-U. U. Moody,H.V.Cone .j: !" i (' ; TV\ DROPSY
rV c .Jr. .
: n..bl.-O.% IT. M. 8. Wi.gon$ J. Smith, J. No. XXI. Whitney Higginzon. Elliott,1'Loxiering, -': 'ILi-- ; : ,

,l .tt i *;', J.FbtiJamt.LaijILBrow. LeConte, Marsh etc etc. I lI AGAIN f fa .J :'* .IAL ;ESTATEn' NON.RETENTION OR INCONTtNL'JC'r
/ // ,. URINE or'
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XXII/' .; ;' ,:, 'P, 1.1 I-: J'I "' I. IRRITATJONINFLUIATION
"- .':, II.jt2. CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.if and No Iceland lu sheet Biya form only..).'((Leites. from Egypt .. .. J .. JOKSALBBT. Till J.f'. .' .- V ._ / .. A OR or THE
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No. j
XXIII. :.Tyndall. Huxley. Owen McCw-h. BLADDER
: : AND
: \ ,- K, U J FLKMISO, JACOB 11UFF, A. J. M "" !The 'Allen" of the finest ,
property, one resideness ta the State, with of the
ao seres land shell road -
1 Price by mail: postpaid, In 'shetl'Yorm, to c nn I ST Af istics OF' on one
i' BE3JTLEY R. R. ,
HDBBAKD. SWORN. mile from
$ALES FOR the post-office. Beautiful river boat-house '
873 : front large grape viney rd, TOO 'trees, handsome
; lanahAl-E.FOUTU.NE. each; in fomfkltt. so cents. I U f orange ER tATQRRI1 EA
I barn;R.C.House has rooms finished
I' t ; ; 19 throughout i in the, bcs manner., Double pia as. Will.be sold at less ,
L Clerk-W-K n..u .. .
I CHhlsfV. ;. than ope-half cost..on easy terras to.Close *n estates '' > ; -
t : / ',,! TreatOfrr-CHAR. FRIDEKBKRO.AM : FIFTEEN EXTRAS FOR, ';. Companies Sold in 1873. Companies .. ... .-. Sold in 1873. '. 'A tract of 58 acres of land, one mile northeast o(the city near the MoncriefSpnng shell _.' Well located

I0, aic\, .Mor-C. B. 6IUMON8coitrc Send fair full'.catalogue, wYth' contents"of each' num THE SINGER...__;._..__.__.-*3 44J-., .' :.American B. H.________- _'. J..a". -for buildiag lots or market gardens. "Price (17.SO per acre. Gland.Leucorrho-a Stone in or tha White: Disease of the Presu
J .:" 7C1lerkoUbrkf'tW31.0AnYIN.\l pr-1IflL1PWALTR i ber. ': . .f XVhee'er_&."TlsonDomestic. ..-':'_ : '__ 'g.tio. "B & Howe_.- .. -: 3.'9 >The'Rivenide! Hou4e. ,' -Brook!,", ten minutes walk from' the. center of.the city.On acre'of ground;: dust Deposit and Mucus od4cr.or Milky Co1ca.C,5x.01.
Address THE TRIBUNE, New York. ..... fronting on therfver. House contains 18 rooms, in nrst-dass order. Price, including furniture ',0.00Ga Discharges
I;_ t. j', City ',",:. -. DREW, Jr. : ;u--- .-.T"rti, .40.114 /RcmingtoD Empire-. .-_ 9.!l83 Several.houses and lots well located !in the city Jacksonville' ". . j-jo-tf '-

I ec : ,1" Groycr& Ba1ct____._____'- 86.179 ( n .._ .'. 8.963Weed .
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MABOXIC.Rolomon 91,769 ... ...,. .....___ 8 t / '
I/ ; ;Ijo1 : TH REPUBLIC. --7r rL7 OO-- paviw.. ." -- ._, I. KEAIU'4EY'5EXTRACT

.'.. h Eliot (.; H.T.o.12e1\0.20-1 Eooi-man,Tre,.Botrp s.. Regular*. W. M.mcering; Chan. Howe Wilson-..-- _- .-_ Vi''47 Vicwc ; ._- ..- ; .7.4:46, SAI E.I''AldjVEYj':, ''I 'SAVE: TT/ME/-: : '-. TAKE.i'coijFORTi .1" ,
.. ._.. .
: tj i li and td Weiue-di" of exch nnnlh.Duval A FIRST CLASS; )!ORNING'NEWSPA'ER, ---- No returns_ Bees| ---.- -" .-._-,. .3,458',., .
r. ;' ... Ixxlrfe No 1 y_E "''p'e. W. If.; B. II. Published Gold)ledaJ...........__....___ -16;431 Stcor._;_._____: _-_ ._ 3,43 : .- -- : .. : : : BUCHU

t 4 ; I."f'r l T' .. We let and? "Sd. $rc.Moneys: D. Jones of coch, T>month.lrr. Regular meeting streets. New in the York Bennett" "Building' Nassau and Fulton Wilcox. &GIbbS5.831. Etna.J. E. Bramodorf-_ .___ 3.081 ; : :; : : : : ,

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t ,"'-1. "3..cIsoieI11eChaptero.2.R A.if J.8 Driggs TLRMS: J .1 ; il. : i. : i''R Permanently cures all) Diseases of tie
.lIi E.U.P.l.Bow. ,8f'cDJnn., uvc1. K.r- OUR FAMILY "
.NEW p'
,. ',.'.". \l1"-nI"lln luttrid.'qr..achll1nnt |Bperycar1by null; 18 cents. per _'cel. by carrier. ; ,1MACHINEJ : f\JI: .11'J ROYAL K BLADDER.. KIDNEYS. AND
S ; IJam..1I Cnmmandi-rT >"o 'J- J. :). Ptiggi, E.CJ 3ccntIp.rcopy; DROPSI,
.' .&rl I>. C. Davkib*. Uxoordor.. Ergular meutiug lit Embodmes2ewand,. Essential P.Incipies-Si.ip1kIty.ofConstruction: Ease of Operation; Uniformity of Precise .H. .r ('f: 'IiJ'!il .1 '." I .' : CAL SWELLINGS '

I 4 and 24 Tuwdar ol pub month. THEREPUBLIC Action at any.Speed: Capacityf or Range and Variety of Work, Fine. .or, Coarse. ., .; '" .,!! r t',; [.. J ._j -:;:: n "_i. j. "
: 'Y\.,. If STATE OFFICERS. Contain' i' .- LEAVING ALL''RIVALS.BEHIND IT. j LA.. '-a:: : ";'J'f[. _. '. ,, '. _. fer* .IIl- -'yT y"'jir-r*''' itM BiS' 'J'' ,: "..: "'.. : Eaisting in men,women and children.

: { Onuid M* t'r-A. J Rnl1,3akonvu)1.,) I. ', OJ .. ,:'
',;4. Or lilt Ihr-ntjr "l ? ", .;. ?\f I Oniid Warden-E. P. Jordan. Fmmndina. ( :. .. I : ;. : TO TRAVELLERS.. \ THE AGE!

t ,.'}' I Jr. Grnt>.t VTardi'D t. \\'Algate.'a'k"OD'ril'e. 11 ,' :. .i ' \
I complete In 1 ) ( !'; > : rr '.
: 'th Ormnd aI11ts.dcpartmcbts. and furnishes TERMS PAYMENTS'LIGHT// : I. I' I
Tr I). L OaU .I"Dtlc'lIo. ,
.- : "Un-r- r. Prof: Steel
r. : '.: .. O.t 'CI'tIAf-DC Datrkin. Jrcknunville. prompt and ample reports of .-! 1'1'; .', : "-:." .1 ". ., Extract Bucba says : "Cue bottle of Kea.s.y', FYwd!
., worthmoretM
,., oUler
WIt Chsp1In-k.v.Jo.n' P.tmy. ,' >> ,; :r kJ''f' combine" -VPniCeOneDoflarper'flopieoSis- Buchua.
J : .1 Ornrxl Tj-l Beside the .
WORLD'S FAVORITE. we keep constantly on land a large supply of- '

.' r. DISTRICT DEI-UIT OKASD .1AaTXM.II FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARKETS.AND ,_ "' t' : ;:Passengers.make: : : ,: Close .Connection. &uIa FiYe
: '' tat l>i CLARK'S O. N. T. SPOOL COTTON, four spools lor -five cenr. :
\ irict B. O. Aldf'rman.lIariaDDa. POLITICAL AND GENERAL EVENTSIN twentj ... 11 ... .
lvt J1 tt*v.*. CIattahOuct.e .'r"ht 1H U. B. Taylor Lire U.k. ALL QUARTERS, ACilE MACHINE ,: : '. ." I7f TilE DEPOT. 104. DUANE ST. NEW
tao yard YORK.
TWIST for .
flh" 4.8 Drltgi| ...lackODriUe spools a 25 cents; 50 yard spools, 3 for aj cents. ...., : .
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.. I .. 6.h" VT. JL Long. .. Through its Special Correspondents, by Telrgraph and SINGER'S, LINEN AND FLAX THREADS' 'OILS, .NEEDLES. : .,&C.:;. &C. '- : A Physician in
lcean Cable attendance to answer
bib Z. n. Mv-on. lA I. correspondence
J 1IJ Oranw Spring. SAVANNAH & 'CHARLESTON.PORT and advice .
I'. 7Lb" trunk linnch. Tsmpa. / 'r ; ,; .:' give gratis. '
:: \ Y ..' Special) care will be taken to render the 'Republican : i-' .

..'::: i\ &TATEOFPLCROFOaANDCIILPTEB.Illich P.i-rt-M. ] K. A.M.Orand Bureaus atWASHINGTON The Singer; :MMufacturing ; Co; : : AND ., .Q-SaND, STAMP FOB fAUPHLrM. p5z&'
i.wa.Jac.on-ilIe. ; ; ; : '
4;, lxputy Orand High lTie t-J. et. l>riigi, Jackson- AND ALBANY 1. I : ': :,I.: _
't '! tiilo. Complete, interesting and thoroughly reliable. : : Oo-'li2J BROUGIITQN"'ST.-S4tVANNA1I.GA.: J
: 1'J .
Guidiirg-fl.O Aid rau.n. M.rinnna. ". ROYAL RAILROAD .
f'' .,,,-j.' urand Ora' d bcnbi TVeaJnrerr-'W'-D. C. .Wi'A.: V on.. FINANCIAL- NEWS'. i j t j' !. ;; .. !:, '. C. A. VOSS UR G.l!, Manager. r .. :: THE

.: ; J tDD FELXOWS. Such as the transactions of the Stock Exchange,Money GEORGE FRAZIER, Agent, ".-: F'Auguta Atlanta : '
.Chattanooga 'Memphis 'Nashville. Lonistille\ Cincinnati NERVOUS '
:: Market Banking, Insurance and other interests that DEBILITATED
"': Fonda Lodp* IC*. 1 4. W. Whitnel. '. 0.; .. come under this important head, will be made full and io.i7tfi." L ;.. ? rv. '- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .'. St; :Loiiis, Chicago, :and all l. ,point a,North, South, East 'and West. .
B. .
.d Huff 8. Iteju.ar ( .
meelieg cir .
Tuesday complete. .
,I 'if 1' OF BOTH
ESTABLISHED IN 1868. "r.'J \ i ,
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: " i .1 l' -... > .. ." NO CHARGE FOR ADVICE, -Hrnry Kate JT. Tu Oeo. : TRAIN LEAVES DAILY
r" AT
; :- VT. Ft.tier.-K. tt. : ''tirg( rery Tlmra. Criticisms on Music; ;die Drama, Painting.&4mth be : : :t' ; ; ,. .. 0 ; ,: ; .9.30. A..M.PASSENGERS . : .
d Mid fal. regularly given ,. .. ..A' W -
vf Hull. ,impartially prepared by practiced
1 1 1aCk""nriile; Lodge ofOood Templur* No. I-B.F. pens. .4'. .' ... < ? : EERcTyAIt[ : g. t'4-. .. '., .' '

{j; 'J Ward. W. C. T.; 8. A. Hcuting. W. It. 8. M-tt er. THE EDITORIAL-'DEPARTMENT'. < ; ...J ,m_ u- e'{' .. ;JLvV..' I HOLDING TICKETS BY; OTUER LINES CAN,GET TUEMi ; D*. J. B DTOTT, graduate of Jefferson lledica

.. 'rt 1.. try Ie.IeueLndgeKd.Z W doe.diiy ewi.in; in O.O.T.E.stJ5ckoik Jlo*.'* H ll.(Sd floor). ) While distinctly recognizing the political principle of r..l. : .,'.. SUCCESSOR': TO J: ,H. CROWELL.feL .. .. .-. "4.I .: :.'., >: ,,.. "' I f i f ;%t.: ;V .':'EXCHANGED '(thereby:jiyqttiug. delay in Savannah) AT : can College be consulted, Philadelphia on all, author diseases of several of the Sexual valuable ar co Vrin
,, I -Ur-rrM; C T3-C.-3L-JOD.-TllS. and rendering an earnest and contisient support to the ; :. .5, J ;I '., ajT .t nam, (vhich he has mode an especial MiMfyr
.:, f' ilit ,v.Ty tVfnint; at .Grove Ual, ut>r th* ibell Republican party.will, with Competent ai-sUunis and '--0 ___.. .. ._, -::._ : '._''::::_,: '' ;-' ; '. either in male or female no matter fivm what cause or
t ;' road bridge. ; ".'. A ; t' comiibutors, take the more general line of-$ournaliaticuty .f."IA.t. : : : ,.; ; BRENS:21"BULL tICK1I OEFICE iginating'or of how long Handing. A practice of 30
i 'I; PIES DEPABT3IE\T.. ; : d that belongs to a complete newspaper. -- ;: Jr. ; 'j O.M :, yean enables him to treat disease wide success. Cares,
:. : ;j Cbie Earnl'er-l.m8l1L: llo Address .. ., -" : ; Ti .- l1 'Ii.J' ,: guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Those au distance
'. ,'; 14 t lumiant' Joseph Hanyekr y. THE I.EPUILlC.ao.tt I.OaD; .J :. I M'j, 1 -. t.'J ',; ,' ': STREET, SAVANNAH/. / : can forward letter describing symptom*. and enclosing

j lit Kim "I : 'P t : ."! -i ,'_ stamp to pay postage
p *m Engine Mecbani .-ThOL J. Mutt Fore- 'New York City. = ? '. ,. !s. .

:' '. jttn Ulan."'.In P1rBnpinWi1in Bsyi.Foreman. ttwwu.:1--.{ [;:. t :4T4is! : :- ). J. lj,1 ..lh'T""!, '. .: .'I"'j"'J; : : _" J"_. 'I.'I- ".... .: ...... Send[ for the.GiJt I,Htaltk, ,Price oe.l

; .f' I Alert H6.*No. 1 C.:C. VmidiTxrur. Fort-nun. THE HEAVEN 1f..AND THE EARTH I : r. I .
: TJ J1 J. 9RlAT.I01ir.F.URNISIIED.i : '
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,.. .I ::i D O'Ainblrr BiDiln'rllouae; Bur vtreei. T. B i TRIBUNE EXTRA..NO-g; .. ., .1 .. ..- v' ..'4 .'I H.' .r 5. '.t; From the -
.;, ) aai.y. Ca.l .1.1 :. 'I, r ./ .. I 't following fities' ou .le everyday; FREE EVERYBODY: Boston : .
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4 '"i'f'j: Pleat Ka tonal lUnk of Florida, (Now Read)) .!.v .!'njnm., !. DEALERIN, i". .., j 0'.f" yrfa York', Philadelphia:,Baltiio. San Francisco. ,!> *, ( ,
corner of Pin and .1/ ,, Chicago', .. PROSPEGTUS"
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': Florida CONTAINS SIX LECTURES ON ASTRONOM.v ... -; ; .J ": : : Stiroars/Cincinnat! ;,and ma. 'y'Qthers. ;, ,. ', ', :
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; ." ..; r. Oink-y 0..11, lT"1'111>prietor., Bay iwt, rear Julia,Oeo. )te., THE Sew. ,. .,.I T .----- .: :.. _. .._-. ---.--. .;, ., ....-i.. .j ; .. ::.:'- :;' .. j I JAM.S, CORDON BENNETT;
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H Vt..Jaa1'H GROWTH or TUB -"* STSTTM., TVILL KEEP ; ..; : : The WEEKLY
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I.:. w. E. Stoctwcll, K..arer. I The Extra also contains lectures delivered at the An USS.EY: & :'UQWELL al five ccnts.pce.py.. Anniuil sabssrifnioa
derson Scbnol on.PfnlKe**Island but never before pti IK: : I1J.4 r : \ price:'- .
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7 'AII-J.1S.C.1JIU::"' place In 1 HB 1'KJllt'lCa Extra Series of the "Credit I Ii'.-. ., t- _..- .; r// /TaaflpatsoftheSatc.a. : : ,j t : ; .- ; ,....,. Two extra copies will be sent to dubs ofiwenty. ,
.', K.rtblllU''AJ1" (,. Mobilier Extra/'.*nd yillbercafterbe substitutd tor, AT THE OLD"STADCO ,p.\Y: a'OCEAN STS..'JACKSONVILLE. FLA. '* < 8-S'tf \ comp ete..assortment of New- Y rk' Philadelphia' fine ''1 bese rates make O..WBBBXY.HBBALD the cheap-

.I\ I1eT-PflIUWALTgK. that In.Jhe('LibrarY,for Qua Poll.. ur4esa. qtherWiai i } *- _1 i- **' ? > vl r-- ) ; c l : ; t" publication In the country.. '
.'. '-:' u. $. hcn ie.in BoakrapUT*.-FEA8ER.- o edeje.. PriCe, pu pai4. to .nY,d resa ill te1olJed< I .' -" I .:' '. ...,. .. _u .9'" ,-5" Gopfj always'bn. han[ : -* '. : '. Term cash fa advance. Money sent by mail will be
Jt S iateeio benti; tweuty copica't one adc1n. 'i.o.T1ie !J. H.NORTON.1.J.UO-. I.. :. :'. at the risk of the sender. .
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) .!. .: :. .. ,> Attorney. Land Notary Public. ... : .. .Sff.EOOJCERI. .:! || agents 'in Jacksonville-forSamunl: Dunbar' & ..Col': A generous portion of the W DXL y'HaULD Witt be
Series .
of 1 4 TKIBVNB Extras now publish .. ..' . __no __ ,. < appropriated to Agriculture Hoiiiculture.f! loriculturefomofogy -
ed. by mall to address in the United State for "ivi ice&c: andchildrn'< c : i n Shoed. '
One :
:i 1 pOST.OFFICE NOTICE.ARRIVAL any *"A4Jw O .I AHi ; : -and the management of domestic animals.
UolUr Circulars giving details of*THe TRIBUNB Extra tto.- .1aNORTON.jKO: : KER.t nJl.T !1 : .: '. Particular
4T ; attention will be of the
ri. : ) ;i iDIALIS Good'er't bVmail- paid W Reports
VIt. AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. free. Address THB TftiMWB. New York. r ; express !tq all! parts of the .State.- ,Markets ,

t. < .; &G. '.olM' .Urva._ .:. i 43-Now is the tSjpc V) f libscrite fcr..' Ot1\VuaLY ; 111I t .Iwni -- ,. ..A f""J, The aim will be to'make 'the WanLY HBKALD suerior -

':1"!. Northern and W tern. daily. UKU. *....'.,t;'r. .. T t iii .. Single 1p te*.- iiE/y4n the.country.to any other agricultural. '"and'family.newspaper,
I .' Fcrnandina and tlorida Rail. to ene addreM. >{ -- -- --
roadoaUy':_ ._ of the club. Specimen free. Every number of the WBBXLT HBKAXO wilt contain
,- :. *., .. *oo P. .. copies ... ... .
Saint Augu .dne and PatatVa,' '' ;Addreh IBB TKIBUME. New-York '.J.i ,. ..\ .-. we', .' KEENER f R. Sr AUGUSTINE. a select story and the latest and most important news.
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I t _____._ .z .l During the session Congress the WBBKIY Huuio'
4ay __ ._ N.Ew.1YQRTiRII3uN2v/
L M doses evetY ltiunday. lOI- :u.,. "t. ._.PI..:.. INSURANCE' AGENTS, representing .ta ;;.following T ':.comv !Dealer in MiU'nery;'Fancy'ind"xRs'Goods of all A THESCHOOffER.. will contain a summary of the proceedings and the latest

.1 L terpri *. MelonviUe HAVE WE TWO: BRAINS tDr. news by telegraph from Washington,Political XctiJrious
i-and '
.t : i- < I : ; \ .i.1 j .u kInds2'K constantly on hand the latest styles of '
{ Point arrive Tuesday and, C. E. Erown-reouard. "paniei N: F' With combined iTtw of'H rt-j '-/. "J : .t'p5.. ,. .. '_ 11. '.1 .'_ J .. Magnolia Fashionables Artistic';,: Literary and Sporting
;i PHILADELPHIA asset* orer Intelligence; Obituary Notices,Varictics.AmU5C
Saturday- -__ '4)0 p.'w. 7:00 A. N:. is r''- "., .t l2 < ''I .: tt, .' .'. HATS AND.-TRIMI1NGS. p Editorial Articles .
AtcOIlOL'A'POrsCN the th
-1 on prominent of day.
FonUecsic.a1kuwBuffaud I topics : *
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CONTINENTAL. OF NEW YORK. j \.4\\ -- d'.i.\ C.J' .
I ). ., aifim Tuesday .* Dr. Wm'A. Hammon4.X'. } v "ji1 -'' .' il !. :- t. ". '' 'Will a review of the Cattle and Dry Goods Markets Fin a-
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&a1S rriday.t. -'f. )I H U N./6NwiYbKp: : "I' cjiy -(iftO "' Alto;_Ureu Goods a 6ne, aiiorunect of,. regular I IC cia and Commercial intelligence and account of i.ipottest
leave Sail -4:00 P. .. THE POET LONGFELLOW. .OOO"'J,1. : :. ,'I. .. .. .J( J_. Jacksonville&; and. 'interesting events ozbtweek.C

UIday.Wednesday_,..... ,,and. u<__. & T"IFk1da.-.,.. : 'i i PENNJ OP" ILADELPHIA. V V. .? <-"ty 5 ., I. I JJ ': '< ,'1.!: .:; 'KIDlGLOVES' / '.. ; Sc.' l.lguitiae. The HBBAU employs no agent in the eowitry act '
3on A 'M )l.r1 !ilX5 .H-VKn -../' .iFrefghts .t toW rates.. distant cities for-aubsetibersU are
.t .. $t.1khoIaaaooo A, .. U. S.URVEY'OF"J1IEWEST.iih: j : < -.vie' ,*! .i.- l / j'(! kxaavasa none .
I ; ,10:00 A.M L6ANING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE ND ;IA iiE also, a' full assortment of For freight,or passage t necessary. Any person pretending to be aa agint for
-.n OFFICE HOURS: (With Map ) Under Lieut. G. M. Wheeler. ; 'CONVEYANCING rff, i f- .? .. .' .. ,.. die WBBKLV HBBAID should be treated as a common.

from The I post-once, wU b*open daily(ayuJCccptcd I THE HORSE IN AMERICA.: ); : ': l' : '! J 11'SPF.C1AL11,.. '_ : .,: ,,,_ ': 'WHITEGdOflS': '' ': .,iJ '* to,. WILLSON" & WHITLOck, ', swindler. .The dub system, has abolished the agency.

1'. AS oftie..W M4 r. M. and from 6JO: y>.. 7 IllutlrauSd.) Discoveries by Prof. O. C. Maish We below few of"the xfiofce .. 'u ;,11 ) -I'r '. '. .1 :; 'JacboaviUeIl1a.. system. It is safe and cheap. ,
be.opea* *" 1>uudil>'i & to give a many places"( "safe-bf u}: : ..Ort. i
o'dc.k.II l:3'I SAFETY AT SEA. Have jus) received a fin*lot oT : .: JAilESCOSS.; The price oF iuDscnpt'oir' whenever practicable.should ,
he fcocnil and! W it Jell"rf'eg will be at all IDustrated >'o. '3, Two-story house on Ashley street, near St. i-r*. 105. Dunlawton! 'PlantationYon Ha1'river(. : .- .'t' ;. ., S1.AuVmdeTh4 ; be transmitted by Port Office Orders.'* ,Uis.tfce
limes during the regular hours,except when open the mails ) .f f iwj cuamerji|hatj-ttl| ??t. !?k.- James Uotfl, pIcasMrlr sltuaje4t IB/ > <>(, he best seven mile,north of Mosquito inlet, at Port Orangey HATS. LINENS CREN ADiNES. 'FRENCH safest mode of transmitting'money by mail. ..
received are being naclotcr q Lectures and Letters."with a care- ndghborbbodt in the city house ls .with six' I .' "< i tau: C '; ; .. At small Toil Offices ia the country where POstfice Ol
diaLmibuted.I ; sew rooms, 1,109 acres, 1,150 acres rich hammock, lying one mile NDYXPAiJ f XI .4: IPeieale shirt*;w nice,'at Biicky*. '
ii MONEVbRDKR OFFICE ul report of the important Papers read at the April plenty of closets. nd -.nt'sryoiak I -
1 ._ ., : meeting ol tha National Academy of Scieoce*a\Washington 105 feet, 'good'1 IICt, -gobd s.tdewali .isnd the'street- river bank having tront of about one fourth mile, Th [wil1 beao4datgea1lytbkEeJpikce6i73n .' ; I' i i ktReghJrvedlAtteis.. .
---- Money 01 :otdert' pre Issued.t tht* c ce'Par&b"l In any1 i and at the May meeting ef the American Ons I i graphs in bearing a,fine lot of young onngtf ',,wIJi! large two-ttory frame..housed rooms seemly F.1' OL ORDr.' .. : 'I, Advertisements, to a limited number' ,will' be InamiedMtheWgeicuyuiAw.
__ pan the l L'nite4 States and IM brdcrspayabe I In I riiitI5odist7 $.'aCDlloare CuUaUd Iii full t la THE t tree f flowers and hade trees ''growing" ;good fofsbed; house commands view of the river sea ::a : .
____ lot owat Britain w.wItzersnJ j i and Cermaoy.. The i1o. r- TRIBUNE k.XIRA No. 19. Price la sheet ("nlUo well; with pump.onback, i II covered. with and Is rroulldecS'-.It14 LvE t4a4gjoi *! b'ta, ; ,COPPINS'ANn. UNDERTAKERS ; t : ;, : Price of DAIIT HBBALDV,1Out cents a copy, ,ABtraal -.
"" orCOln1DissI,. '- cent: in pamphlet *o cents or seven for ft. lowcr1 C yma; w III i- > to ID 'bumber' .. iubscrlpduofrfce, 'ia,always in advance .
Th some// 75 ZOO ; gOod well. and a cistern .. _. : _,., Successor to Hide and Skin business of
*- oftey order'f6ce will be Circulars full detail of the of .11 -t I L r J :J 51
open from A.VTlo co tent all that holds WriM th* addiCts ( the-NW v:ffiiM.D -
Ni l.roo 55fl055 *oa stILts to
To ditched
? B. capitalists "desiring a big thing thereI yard: ,
,. :. .aa4IruaJ I .:.,.,. i. .,' '' .; THE TRIBUN4 TMS.irct.byIQaUf I II a tne opening in Springfield j a few thousand dollar and drained{ canal .froii .kou r/ninninin. ih* I. 1jiE-'TtALL-IC' '1' ,, j. H. CROWELEtV ;'' .a a bold a legibIS band aDd gi'. the asa of. .t

;. t iutticMQinraDB i 1JtE WEEKLY will foM great way -jw<*xr v 1,1'e*.particular*enquir ,,.ivcr for transpenatfon of crop i Immense"quantities ofwild 1vt.' .fcl BURIAli CASES .oJ i each wba iber. of Post Office.;County and State 50.,; ;
On order not eccecdlng fio 5 cent. TRIBUNE of Norton & Kooker,coraer fcean and Bay streets. orange tnes on the place; the soil 1s slmilai to the -H -T.T ..v..r.'tttJ ; :; rnVil !1\'f ftE Q iee". plainly hal DO errors in mailing pacers will be Cable,0. '

I owe, f.ia aid exceeding ftao. 10 cenu. t ; .7A .Fa""u I FCDJft i, Wi- .A HAxoiOM* R *tbBnilt1 OB.SAIB.-Sli limestone best ,.sugar.is,land abundant..yf Cuba.This 19 which..It,is'((Ul> equal( -, -_, .-.t-1f .. -/ .JJ1q .tt, 1" I\).'.'i '.'. "v ''. i occur. -.. -
Over*M and not exieedinx .. J' .. I" .' Y place U wily''oo* of ib* u. -
>jo, 15 cents. I .II Wga and kitchen double bay window the \v'n n''c''n C '
room on 0 F IJ :
.0. (jo and not exceeding $40, to cents. tIIIt JaD. .. ..7-. ,. .... west; large double parlors double piau thMuth; choicest place. In Florida and was known a* such beforithewar. I '"t".Y', :I.d : ;uHlghct*lie! .u1o..Loee,:.r -',.IA.IOr.. ..UIda"SldllSFUJ'S' ,' Trenla and valises at Bucty'*.' ,
Address THB .
Ov r;4 q and not.xccediag fja, *)Cents." alW1ta. New York commandingoM of the ijgsJ views.In Jacksonville: w 7-ifawiy ,
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rOKKIOH MOKIY OKOUtsI window filled with four ifghtifiaeh glass and hung N, B. ou"w 't'snng'winter home, with if-
I: L)*ordci aol exceeding with cord and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange tree and flowers. In florid.? You can get a UVnYI47I.E4.ND }ED STBLZS A/IQRRiS A. DZULYNSKI,
5mo. c. ( .
t.. cent* r 'ILt P. .Y1 P. blind, attcasingsri finished with mould ;
Prer Mo apd sezcuednsaoontnis. DE ,." :i 1 now. with abctwtlfullot. KXi$6 ftet1is.Sprlngficl4. bjgh awj 1' .. j
,. ,4sr Net lICIt CceecUl1J I Ing and oiled and varnished makln T a bcauIM1niA; healthful,and within ten minute walk ol the post.ofoce, i-- l "' ." : "

Jvufaa4 tICIt tltfCdl.ri.gao, 15 cenes. / cUngat) ,wilts l J'It"dJJh 4-ppen ualrtrdoubMglass. ftOfwhicb to make It, for (25. for. particular enquire -J- .- AUCTIONEER
LvMaaPdaoLUI1ftoIS. Iroiirdoor*. mortice; >c1t on tverjr dobr Inljouse] Of.(arton & Kooker -; 7 L. jr --j : &

,1) 1 jlbADAMS ? ,I .' I :'if'a: ') ; ; J'tI"; chip closet tore room,plenty of clolhe-pre *e .bathroom .. ., a -. ". .,1 .. '
,., csta3se.I WILL PINS A : hip roof, with cupola, from which a charming No. no. A tract of 83 acre: 60 acres cleared ham- _.. .. AND
: lacboa'lllc.J..O' a'ri I I I. t" i r viewj to be hud oldie cfty'i'thfr;' rlrtr>**l l m undl 1It .nock land J fine iioet on St.-. .'.river:t'voafles'wt 5.".1 "" .c" If I I. J ,' .. ..,: .f 'Ii"' ... t J,'" _, .

II ..I FULL ASSORTMENT OP country : three Iota, making IS?*** ., shade started EaU mill born pakMfEcviNo. iroati In the vIcinity Jacksonville. Will be divided .
/ ARRIAGESHP. "7riKESlIINCLES ,yotttig trees ; a desired. .UHJ$ fi TLEiiEN: Es' i .
AND } t. '
I' .TiC> ': : : :. .' t 'r EMBALMING'DON K WHEN REQUJRED. "'_-?. kitWs ol merchandise reeeivwt t t coaai
- tCOKGC L I.E MOULDI4NIyS4W.JR oo. A Urje. two story houte with ten large No. i4& Six acres o'. Arlington rlmi oIol111 the at a-s.w -Aa. -- and sold .
mtnt ai 7it9 iil '
? auctiMt.cr pr ,'
rooms thoroughly built,and finsjed] la Sirst.ratelt. Florida Home cofualning the old vineyard. For lateatabarga'a. .
with twelve feet of ground covered ., -* .a)& _J.. LA R'BLE.ANJ1l1lri .
ceiling: one acre M 1tJ3tEtZE Jhe.best :
.. :.CARRIAGE : and nvHtirtyllsb ,livery,warnsta* t&ertiry e'-'qk'-
___ MAK1R I with fruit,tree and flower:,j>kaanUyJocatc
the Stable
''No. : at undersigned the
rt'-tU'AN1 near .
PHR.1'FOR CASH'Ar ; /; : five mioutcs wiJk uf the raiUuad cpuL. Price|io/xx>;; 147. McTROrouTAW Hotz-flis. botd s rSL ti-- FIorida.II01M.eoroerot' Cedar amIacnymlrStrrefs, ?JI4 p disposed ofit --Jt 'C -' '
WAJ4IIJJGTON! AND ADAMS STREETS, 4sos down balance on long timf Wiircd.:1o .' centrally located built of the best Frew brick and it ; .
DEPOT a first-class house: In For and t-.l SLATE HEARTHS.&a, Horses boarded and weU. cared ,for on reasonable
respect. price I
every '
< -JACKSOKVILLE: FLORIDA.< TIlE YARD 94. 400 acre U Orange county; one mile from terms apply to Norton fc lUoker/ .J: ',' tt'd term'H' C BEST FIGURE1 POSSiBLS : .
( /,1. |Uoiville.) Price, |s per acre,,. .'. <- MANUFACTURED TO 'ORDER Strong teams'for.!tiflgJackoarJ2a.tML3os74 J.,011 .. ';
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Juimber \\-itt >. t'iWi..J purpose. :'i :
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,f' WO! buHd I* ni$t-cbs rtyl. Carriages"'jjuggle* and delivered U all parts of the city and ,ent1ty. '.: 4- .' !:"> ; 'W.,H:4VEB.Y: c''I: .1. raa4.
'H :, *, ANWEORALEBY ti and piomp.and return ,
; : : to accurate
and all owner
at landings ;
4Jg* Wajoms. ""I .; ,Hi. "', "I i '. ncetv on aUentioB.thcrivr,1 at low'r tcj* -AM ordr -'rt/Oflwiw writt w.ai>dMayour wntx t>-...-v4 "tj.-a ?t.tu.i : t. r .' ,,' < !.: : .r'd ;: .. '11' ..;" i .. ".-- ".' .' "
:krr LlM''a By t -fiu it R .VAV< .. '
f.1 'JjlMlf' t."r J. JIRTJ.tE1 ,,-'.? .JACKSONVILLE:- Forsyjh Stre.b ween Uura Db 'F.Rsl'r ) 1 i1P' ) ukPALME7O'1LOC"
Jtftrtk, 7'i SjVWtos *sywtICOI"Laletvr? 4tI '.Xt_ -I9R A : .tU VIEWS J'
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