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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 11, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00034
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THE NEW SOUTH. Silvaticus. speaking of the lemon, South, an immediate 'benefit will be 1 PROFESSXONAI CA&DS.1 ,Ac.TJR. S S : RAILROADSJACKSONVILLE. S 5,S STEAMERS., L

says it is "plettus succo acetoso sicritcitrangulus. the result, and empire may desert itscourse : PRINTING. : ..
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-'WSHEI EVER 'EDNESDAY AND ." 'in.the future. Hon. TSdward F.: A. McMANUS, ,'
SATURDAY. PENSACOIJ AND EWYORKANDS-'t JFERNANDINA
Nicolas Specialis in his in his THE NEW. .SOUTH, :
History Young, well.known' work on S S J MOBILE RAILROAD CO.
TERMS OF SU SCS/fTJOArt (Vecenriy Baltimore. ,) .- .. .-
the Siege of Palermo calls it '
"the emigration calculates the value "
.-\'..\.mailtu'blcrilxft.').50 pet annum. money I JOB ,AND BOOK On'and after'SUNDAY, fAY 17. 111., nu5wiU
ySe'r more copies.I Joo each; and all ektra Copy tree of sour apples ; ,and Hugo Fa- of each fresh emigrant to be at least HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, PRINTING, run as follows f S
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will be eM to T I leandus: in his ,History of Sicily, tI,000. Give an early supply of good .
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man mibstfibers. |t per -". Tencopies locatedJa Jaducnrilte.' Office s.r4 TRAINS WEST (DAILY FOR I
VMKLT*'-?; .cI\'' *.111" eopies. *1.60. F&T cop- speaks of "arrangias.acctoso." European, labor and many Southern o* Monroe street between Laura aad Roc streets, in ESTABUSHMENT.S > SAVANNAH AND TALLAHASSEE. STEAMSHIP JUNE II I
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to,fMoeatfc. From the loth to the I5th centuryall industries .now paralysed for want of rear MHesddoui5di.bci.e p.6fC 'I I .5 -j 'Ch:"J : Leave.. JacksonvUle- __.:fO piii'and. fcsopm If
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ADVERTISING RATES: the ranges spoken of are. sour- that labor, would be at once revived, I L. ROBINSON & CO:, The proprietors are prepared to execute i orders I ifcr ;;, Lake City.-.. .....-_.7uo 1=5 anl p ;
,ft oo per Inch or ks,first insertion; celebrated' for their SS Amvc at Uve Pali and .. f
M1WriKLV more beauty and and would attract the attention of every description of 8:50 aoLeny. .
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insertion jo cents.WECKLV. itt4 .. .. 6 4 ._ .
each wwequcnt I ESTATE AND INSURANCE "' S
BROKERS it
'' Pim1t-less,first insertioii: u.thtulllCQucnt medicinal qualities than for agreeability capitalists., In the South there lie Mouticello' -S-S-S SSS T-311 S rERNANDI. ;FLA..October 1.'874.MEDIATOR .:
ine'fl$*!. f s cents.Sttrial of tate Kcvenhelen thn sweet now vast tracts of I land, both mineral) C.t. BOBHrsOW, J. W.1;WHRKXT.' i PLAIN OR'ORNAMENTAL"PRINTING./"**' ". l.Ihh ,. Hi._. '-3-, 'It:5
Att'ratL wudU.S.CoainY PubiiAgewi 5S
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itttirtt"cents pet IrM.Tp.5 orange was existing in China ; al1'the and agricultural, lying comparativelywaste Life = r. : :-.iitnr..r,, at"h"-"oocIIee.____ r.oo ,;
The Manhattan Tr Company ) -
: CASH W \*; ncf o Such BUSINESS'CARDS 'fa' ..' : '- ':!-**- V
earliest voyagers confirm this fact. and unproductive. This arises .tlieWYogk. .. as PASSENCER CDAtty"RlI S Opu SMITH.. :;
ADAMS. CARRUTH & CO.. S TRAINS EAST '
**"*" Jacksonville. Florida. It grows wild in the woods there, ,in partly through'the late unpleasantness Assets' $ ..a- UJWliYidcd.plus'I,666,626.957111'311. "f' VISITING CARDS; S "". J: : : TALLAHASSEE} FUR SAVANNAH. '" S'; ', 't: ,M "'
5Leavecbattahoucbee.S VLCKSBURG
and in Co hinChina S ..,f" AND JACKSONVILLE. tr .?" SS
Japan, and in and its sequences, whereby much land .1.! :'WEDDING CARDS, S .' I .

TREATlbtToN THE CITRUS. the isles of the Pacific ; it is, therefore i previously cultivated now' l lies waste, J N. BETTES, S ,.... i .; .'. ., QuiIlCY' ; ._S _S f 6:10.lao1" S Cap RUDOLF., ,,.,, S -

a native original type there._ and partly from:J ck enterprise and II .. PHYSICIAN AND..SURGEON: ; d. I!.i.? ..1'<.1/ .,'..,. ;Jm.LlIE.ADS"U,". : ;, '.,'-' ".'.i S5...jL "..','..' ,-.. :1',10 JdoMbo.,_ -.;SS ...:33p'' S "WEYBOSSET' -'

TV. flowing JOlla"articles AU on Rt'KAv the Citrus bocmtfcXD.are copied of New from The two species of,orange like the want of cash.capital to bring into cultivation ; ".''.. :r:. -..L .' ;HUDS....,.,. ,- .') .. :MadiaoD.Tlo.1'- :50 : 5 S J. -
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t.rLcn 01. for which journal they were translated from two species of citron, were created and ,.work valuable .5 5', "j. ", S "1j$4aovme,7Ia.- -' :. --cu.ail.AJtS.- .; ; S. Lake Lire Oak dry,., ...tio a.ia and and 1I11St 9:10 SkTb .' Cape CLUSTER.Rlter S .. I S < SS t
GAua.aO. We commend theJotllt..L --5:5Oa S
the French as of intrinsically GBUKCE Valuable and specially adapted separately in nturehave existed which if the Southern pertiesll ."orn nOO6 Jo'.* 'It..c I",m a p POSTERS.S.L. 1 .r.'- ,. ., Ba.kfwioo oo a.au4 a4 a... :: sI&. .Y -j 55--S S
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Orncx Lila RmsiDBucm-Corner Ocean and Mooroe at Jaea."meso:15. 4:75'.JIO. ,
Southern peeJs. time Isolated and have each BRIEFS. 'I.j". : : J. -
to long gressed as the Northwestern street 6-7-601 ,'and,&otn Fernaadiaa Radzo.dWhexfr..ry. JS
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their own would have been done l ere"this.. PAMPHLETS TRAIXS TO ST. tARKS.S : "
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CITRUS. .5 do FIFTH DAY.
HISTORY OF THE The citron is found only in Media fin What wanted. ii! to 'turn the atten NORTON & KOOKER, BLANKS. .,OF.1.i KINDsl:'" : (Tuesdays,Thursdays and Salnrdaysl) S S 4. "vU.t.For ) l

Arncu iv. India, where: the orange is" found in lion of Europeans and especially S S Leave Tflah.ee.,,, uli' ,'. l :7S.. .freight or apply to, .
Kaurr of the Orange among the Arabs and European REAL ESTATE DEAIEKS, corner Ocran and Bay S. . ,.n Arrive at St.arb ,f ,;'''JIs passage .JC
ofthi Middle Ates-bwcet Orange unLnovnatfUalcpocn an indigenous state, the citron, comes English capitalists to such'opportune\ streets.Jacksonville Florida. COLORED PRINTING AND GILT WORIL, LeaveSt.Marki._r- 12:5.5 pa, _
HERJI.GELPCJCE.Agou.5W10ianBst.Nev.York..
oM the country o( the differentiipecic loaned ,Real Estate General ,. < SS
upon only by culture-was introduced, not ties for investment At the Money on security : 'Arrin at"a'aIlabassee'___ ..10ROBERTWALLER. S -
of Citrus, and upoa the pmgrc&Uon her profitable Life and Fire Insurance Agents and dealers in Hue ". 5.
hart fejlluwej in the.e transmicrationt. native. The lemon came from India; i present' moment money is cheap in Lands PI".tions.&c.,Springfield suburb a specially. -, S S V

The researches which we have made Was brought thenre by the Arabs from. England, and.the time is particularly Correspondence solicited.j 3. sEswtf '. 1 .. L.MAGEE. ReodYerandCeal.Supt.H. S S Or W.J. WQODWARD .
CHEAP. NEAT AND PROMPT. Ass'tSupt, j- S
: CHATER & I'.IN(
seem to fix definitely the history of the their conquests west of the Ganges. : favorable for bringing any new'project & ARTHUR' BIRNEY.: .. I.; .S '." Representing JcatI',

orange ; but 1 have been greatly sur- The .bigaradier appeared soon' alter, before the public.. The. Southern \kTM. : : i .-. S" ," ....' DUCKY Fur Hats.tales the'lead"to' the.'bust' styles,5 S31t aid ., 10.10.h',swtf .Fernaaduia Florida. .' '.,. '

prisd. whilst making the examinationof the J lemon, from, India. The, sweet Land. Company, ,in, connection with ATTORNEYS;J, .J. ,.' ',', .; ; '. -S n.jtf /CHARLESTON AND JXORIDA S

Alt the lads I have assembled together orange would have been preferred if, this paper| have despatched a special STREET NO. 3 ..' CL.MATHER.; ; FRANK-E.LITTLE., G:. &,W. LT; CO.'S.RAILROAD.
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this to find that the had found it there. It 4534 .. "TT"n.. .-- ". A._ -
upon subject, conquerors : commissioner, to, ,England,. and have : : ,. < S J; STEAM PACKET .CO. -;

the orange which is spoken of from was not known in Europe at the end, : made, arrangements by which, the resources WASHINGTON.CITY. ... I S vRol i'

the 14th to the i6th centuries as not of the 14th century. It began to lie of the South will 'be promin G..L.'l\IATHER, & CO.; : ,FERNANDINA. CEDAR KEYS, r'r- th-

the sweet fruited orange, but the big- cultivated at the middle of the 151!! entlybrought before capitalists there J ; B. C. DREW, : : CHANGE OF SEHEDULE.
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conic sotrra.COIMG oan.S
irade. This has aroused in me fresh century.It But to fully;carry'out our programme, Ltavt..CONNECTIONS.. A
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ATTORNEY .
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suspicions, and made me renew my i is not easy to determine the exact and benefit the wholi South, we want, COUNSELLOR.A T.LAr .." : .. '. ; .(Fu-.n."n"b". 'T.35 5Oa tIIT35. 5:21 P'.
and examination into the localities in which these assistance this side. In those 5- DICTATOR AND CITY POINT ,
exjienments: specieswere on sections -i. Baldwin J- -; 9:00 at 3.S Ie.

facts oJ the transformation of species, indigenous even in China. They where large tracts of land can be Pine Office and In Forsyth the. new Streets Freedman Jacksonville.Baric Buildi FU.ATTORNEYATLAW.-*icoruct.. Stark11:37 S 1----- 3Q1o '.1:18,P3ar. Until fiuther notice wilt sail a>' fctlowv; *.J "

and their amelioration by culture. have been so multiplied by culture had on easy terms, we want the cooperation I-IT S1JR.ANNO STATIONERSY : Gainesville -._- _".:50 11:10' : THE. STEAMER DICTATOR1 jl :
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1 thought at first that the bigarade and luxury, that we find them scat of.:State officials and citizens -: .. .1' f -":" Bro_er.. -5' .3:55 3:10 p m g.f9.9:04 am .CAnAl" LEO VOCEL, S

was the wild' mother of the sweet tered over the whole land, and it is of influence, who, by taking 'a i '.' -, '< .". AND '. \:" 'J: Cedar ers:30. :30 ,l Wilt until further notice leave CHARLESTON every S

orange, and that the Arabs in propagating only in penetrating into the interior. share in the enterprise, will prove to' .... ,.. .;, S .. .. : '1'' : S S TUESDAY NESDAY afternoon eftJ ..aDd lor SAVANNAH FERNANDINA every, 'JACKSONVILLE WED'V

it from seed had allowed it to of the less cultivated regions that we the English public that this is not a I OfficeIn Reed Block > '' ; At FERNANDINA.w-th Steamer Cry Point from ;PALATKA Intermediate Landing*.
Bay Street Charleston and Savannah Mondays at 4 a.m.;steamer
become bastardized and to re-enter discover them in that condition of mere land speculation but one entered i .Bookseflera Dictator from Charleston and Savannah Thnndays. at .

into its natural state. But in measureas tifcestridty: and isolation which announces into and intended for the benefit of. jfotittirei,Ff.. ,'/ {" .'f'.i ... t.'j'. ,', :: is ,4 Brunswick a. m. With and steamer St...Mary's Lizzie, Mondays Baker from at 6 Savannah a. m; for RETURNING: FRIDAY: .

1 obtained results from my own experiments their nativity. We believe, the country. We wish to have nothing C.L,.RO !NSON., 5'S ;: "".'.! ..; 1' ; .those point*on Fridays at 8.. ,SAt Will and JACKSONVILLE leave: PALATKA every every SATURDAY morning.morning.
BALDWIN,with J P &M R.R.from Jacksonville -
my opinion changed, and however, that this species is a nativeof to do with mere speculators, but' 'FLORIDA at 4orP. m.:for Jacksonville at 9:09 a- m. to suit the tide. VEKNANDINA same day,.arrivinz SUNDAY I
SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON

in
self look the with ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; JACKSONVILLE,. ,. At GAINESVILLE,with -wcckJy stage line r every
found in) compelled to to most southerly provinces of only to deal men. of character, S S
:, . Tampa: with stage line far NewnansvQleTuesdays
historical 1 facts for the solution of my China and of the coasts and islands of influence and position. The London Abo; NOTARY P'J8UCand COMMISSIONER. :S ',' J. .' -l.S' 5 i' .'35 ,"aad Fridays. THE STEAMER ,CITY ,POINT,
U. S. CIRCUIT COURT. '
the Pacific ocean. Ihe East Indians Land now controls large S At CEDAR KEYS,with steamers to and from Ncr ,
problem. Company Office'No.a Masonic Block. ; I-I; uAvE.JusT-.REMdvED.,TO 'THEIR, NEW I Orleans every Saturday. WKh steamers'from Key C.r.rr.wc J.W.FITZGERALD
I hall begin by setting in order my call this fine species by the name of tracts in various parts of the South, :. ." "C01UIODIOUS' : West and Tampa. days: from these places.Thurs win leave CHARLESTON every SATURDAY .. S

data, which convinced me that the orange of China, and I have observedthat and we have made special arrange. A.O. WRIGHT, 5 AND..... : .'. "STORE,! .ON" days. With YoedaWith Steamer Cool from Steamer Tampa Wawenock.Sundays from i tat lug;SAVANNAH every SUNDAY afternoon for FER-
: . Tampa. NANDINA JACKSONVILLE PALATKA. and
orange brought by the Arabs into at Amboina and at Banda, whereit ments in England r disposing of the ATTORNEY AT LAW, BAY Suwannee -Fridays S S; fOr S Suwanare Tuesdays.S Intermediate L. .
STREET NEAK LAURA D-.E.
Palestine and into Europe, wWonly is very common, the finest varietiesare same ; but we are willing that other ; ". 3-13 MAXWELL.Superintendent. RETURNING:
Reeds mocks Bay St.Jacksonville'Fla., i I .L i -: i jt. 't..'.'.} : -' : ,
the bigarade. My data have been said to come from China. It is sections should share in the, advantages .

confirmed also by the new observations known to all countries by the. name of we have work'ed' for ourselves Will pracUce in attended the different courts of- the'sdai. Collections .WHERE.. WILL.t BE' FOUND" .. GROCERIES, ES"AND PROVISIONS., JACKSONVILLE will leave PALATKA every every WEDNESDAY TUESDAY morning morning.to

whirh have been made by M. de Chinese orange, and it was known by 'la proposing this we have dromptly to. 7-IS if' suit the tide, FERNANDINA and SAVANNAH same day,arriving THU MS-at 5
: : 5 S4: CHARLESTON. every
Sac\'. this name in ..Europe until after culture the welfare of the whole South at a. A.PATTISOM. X.L xiz.pATTISON& .. A 'LARGER -5 f ,* 'CLARK. S DAY. L S

S The Arabs took the orange and had produced many varieties heart, and we shall be glad to hear MEEK S '!>'S '.. ASSORTMENTS. ; JOHN THROUGH GIVEN TICKETS TO NEW AND YOKK BILLS PHILADELPHIA. OV UID1NG -. ,
lemon into Arabia and from thence which took their J localities and ableto OF .FORWA DiNG. 5
names fiom the from those who are willing : 5 ',. -.5 S ; BALTIMORE. ,&&
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into all their colun es. But the most where they grew, and so have co-operate with' But what is to ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.: STATIONERS', SUPPLIES; .I'S.,, .S 5., ;. \. ;. ). S .ND .L "' : F Fernaadina These Seamen Jacksonville connect Pensaeola with Florida&Mobile Railroad Railroad at
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ancient of the Georgic monuments of confused the nomenclature of the be done must be done quickly-as our t.:S .(...,. S :: "L', : ..4 .- i ., .i ". i ,f : I'MlS.S.IdN-M S .Jacksonville. fc4.Joki.'* MaOnMd ac To fur St.

this people show us only bitter or Hesperides.But English arrangements must soon be Office.ReQua.bufl&ng.jacksoevifle.Fla. 3.'S 5., ,1"1.,1 t : '. 'Is..; .'. C'O"SS.-' S >: l: ..iSw'vsi -,.ER'C'H:..l1.i' A. N Ti Augustine Eaterprise,and with the steamers upper St.at John's Palatka,and for with)MeUenviQe steamers.

anges. The Alcazar of Seville is one it is clearly demonstrated that, completed. Now is the time for action -, THAN IST9.BE FOUND IN >: .,, _S '-" .,.< IAKD. DSAL.IK J : for the' Ocklawaha. river. io-S i tf VBRCCES. S

cf their oldest and most magnificent the original climate of the orange'with. as we may not be again ,able to p5E. JOHNSON M..D., 5.4. I. : JI- ROCERIEa.PROVISIONS. -.. GRAIN. .

places; it dates from the I2th century sweet fruit was hot the same- with that ,offer such a grand opportunity for developing .1. HOMCEOPATHIC S < 5 S '. S .J : r"' LINE SS
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; and an Arabic inscription whichis of the bigarade and that the four species the resources of the South.- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ANY;OTHER,, FLORIDA .HAY. > sSEGARS.: & ,
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j still upon one of its portals, of which of citrus had each their own native -i The South. ii .5 : Sole :eius-ror'F1oridaJ'cw" I :
Office.in Mitchell's building north side of Bay S : ., ; S RIVER STEAMERS
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SL I Bruna gave me a translation, fixes land, whence the industry of man new AveriHs Chemical Paint and S .
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street I ; .
conuruciion in 1181. (M. Bruna has gathered and re-united them in I The New Era in Farming. opposite the Post Office. igott AT PRICES-.tCOMPETINC: ,WITII. PRICES 'S.""' '* ; 5.b White's' Patent Money DrawerS I" S S ; ,1S 1-_

is the reales Alkazares. around his of .. ,. ,k.j .....S 5...1'hI'"5 ,.S S.5. S:S. '. It H 'V
AUade de los ) one palaces which
group, old of SCHEDULEDON
The.good days, we BASNETT : CHARGED FOR'GOODS: OF THE SAMEDESCRIPTIONIN .A t for SUMMER
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The best preserved thing in this ancient pleasure. Is not this a law of nature! hear so much, have passed away. It CALL ,.: : : : S ,. S -at l,: 'q 'STIAMU"" ,.LlZZlf BAKER.5. .5 5 .' c. .S 5 t 5 ,

monument is the vast wood'of for all other genera of plants? Is not is questionable wheth they are to be LAW, .NORTHERN. .CITIES., : ; 1'1t.l: !.'s" ; ,VOLUSIA.-t .S 5 r' .. and of after this line MONDAY will leave, APRIL Shipyard>7th Wharf.the steami daily i

oranges it the end of the garden. a" principle followed by Providence in regretted ; more than certain they are H' i F' '., "f'S .: ltJ "55 5. ,,' (Sundays exceptcd.at S o'clock A,...for ...,/ ..: 'VV .

This m-ood is peopled with extremelyold the distribution of all creatures? The not, so far as farming is concerned.The 'Onsa-Ia Reed's Building..tip; ltai! .' .tr-n; .' .,- '.. -.rr .: ... .'. f' "5 'PAtATKA r".

trees and they all have sour fruit. Creator has made genera for the earth 1 good old days of one-horse, hap -JT. r CKSONV1U.EFA W. :: i,4, ,' S Van Brunt&Bro' -.Line Saffing.Patkets, ; .. : .

'j The territory of Seville, although and species for climates, He has' py-go-lucky agriculture are indeed >, : .' .S ".'THE' .'-ATTENTION,if OF! :;. i. -' .. I' FROM NEW,YORKr ,' .- and. intermediate- .landings- and'return.same HI* < SS

covered with oranges, exhibits this spread equally the great number of over. There ,was a time when the A. KNIGHT, i. ; HU ;' ,> J .tt"y.:i \ Bay* StftCt.Jacb-.i1T".J'1. Through steamers tar .. SS
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species only here in this old orchard, vegetables all over the earth, but He motto ..would. seem to beto do,:as p.- ;i !SiJj I: CITY AND, .1 _.:!."COTNTRY'DEALElfs, ., S : 'ENTERPRISE"and H._ .

and has noa-here any' trees so old as has originally modified the types according one's father had done, until, by repeated ATTORNEY,'" .' AT.. LAW.. ,r.<. .i j''. '' "I .' .i : ', Drawers and Undenhiits.very cheap.at S.FAIRBANKS .I. S .' ::1,; .,.'V'V .5

these. to the different climates'inwhIch experiment and multiplied failures ,' : intermediate hndlngswiU leave as above'on 1 sea j
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No. Ucs'IiIock;op itairs. 'i- > :. .j '.! !{ r .t i riu; 1 .; : .' S -' .
We see, however, gardens oPsweet they had to ive. Man has disturbed onelearned better ;jjto receive on AND .THE PUBLIC. GENERALLY TO OUR ", ; days and Saturdays aid return Wednesday* and Sat
urday evenings.
oranges old because the distribution. of Nature whatever 3-25wly 'J ; : ; ._ "F" J i' requested' td ndfrghtdouriag45:26Lf.
quite accu n. King no account.any'mformation -.1 Shippers are

descriptions of them are given in .he. has arbitrarily united under I and to keep to one's self, as much as .:'C.E.1CIT'TRADE'. : I.,' .-. .,1'.1- : ':, 'l'>' J .f. ;.11 :. .5 DZM.vI.1!! S the afternoon.'f. J. BROCK,Aeent.FOR I .

;, the voj-age of M. Navagero, arabassa the samesky a crowd of different beings .1 possible any discovery made. A.BUESING S .1 c.'H: "th GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS :' L :' S

I dos from Venice Charles V. who is Kespectiilly calls the attention of the citizens and merchants t\iji: ; '' < -, .' S : .., S
OKAHUMKEE
!t to printed were notoriginallydestinedto The tendency now quite! opposite to t e BRAUTIFUL SOAP be manulactnres. : : :' BAY STREET,JACKSONVILLE,YLA.t ,
in I .CARD.. .. ?, ;., .i"iVis i .., HARRIS.EUSTIS AND CRITTIN_ r
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I- 1523. ? live together He has enriched and as liberalland. far-sighted in. It is the best Washing Barber and, Toilet Soap ever A t L. 1 S S

t There is no doubt but that the his' habitations, and has :assimilated : policy as the'other 'Danow.mlOd--' and made.90''This bars. Soap, is-put np. in boxes contain S SoIbs' / t ";;'" KOTICE"S ';: .',' "f.IJ..r! .. S.5 'i! ",1. -- -S S .-" : "SPRt t : t
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I caliphs of .Orders should be addressed : :5., S. ) .:: ,r' : AIraiheePsonbS : SILVER
Spain would have preferredto to his system animals and vegetables ed andTctrogressive.. It is the object S to ."t "{ t

F plant the wcet orange instead of at will. But this'was done very slowly with farmers to facilitate iriter- ommariicatibn"and A.* BUESING.' Jacksonville Box 7t..i6cf via. To oar Exchanges/PubCshcrs,and.1\j Printers. ,,,aIL'' .LLtfl ::. hAY.. CORN, .OATS. BRAN, GROUNL." I,VSJ t ADd: other,LaDcI.die Ocklawaha .'. .,. : !." J

t the bigarade, if they had had it. 1 by degrees and he .has arrived at: exchange of useful knowledge / *.:1 : / ; ."., "'*..FEED. '-PORK.. PEAS LARD CHICKEN,' BACON FEED'- ", ** f'r .,

In Africa, the first theatre of the his end through the continuous labors ,rather than -to shut out the RICHARD ,MCLAUGHLIN/. S.. .',. THE ANSON .HARDY-,) : SHOULDERS '. I The Steamer r 1. ..S ., ,'".' ., .... ,;

Moorish conquests, we find only bit- of many tenturu*. news and keep at home the improve- REAL.ESTATE AGENT, h'C 5,.5 ".'. "j ., .S.> ,', S r' 'S ."Ir' S -HAMS- ; ,j W 'S V. 'OKAHUMKEE-' i it.
ler oranges. in the oldest places. The ,We will 'now examine the comingof ments. No sensible farmer fears that Fl..1.Smasevi& -S : Latest, .1.Improved, '. : : ,, >i i': 33 ,'. FISH, 'FLOUR. .-it : ,
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wood HOMINYMEALRICE: } : A.IRzciMaater )j ;
of oranges described by Jean the sweet orange into Europe.. announcing his'neghbors. meth Real Estate and Wd 'Money invested. PAPER-AND .CARD CUTTERS. S
Leon AD sorts of bought ; .,. BECKER'S FLOUR F FARINA .. / '
h' near Cairo, in the further south (To be'fontinuetL) ods of getting over certain,difficulties .Taxes paid Titles examined.Rims. 5 S BUTTERwCHEESEv APPLES ONIONS Wuileave'jacksoDvQIe. *every.- THURSDAY morning S 55S

ci t atlas, ort SlJUr f17li/." The .. --- oraccomplishlngcertain! .ds. .he is, BT'nHmsao ta William' Aster :E*
cringes described by the Portuguese How to Develop the Resources of the thus. encouraging ,a set of, men,,put't.. Lewis New York H. Redner Ea< PhiUderphia vj.A.G., Cnrtin: W.*;Bdlefonte.Stokes Boyd Pa.;' Macblnesi:with which my circulated'name.hasbeen for so' long Steen identified .. S 55 MOLASSES 5 ..COFFEES. SV Jacksonville S ,,Fiu! Jury'si$74-7-5tf.-> *iiSAMUEL 1-

}n Ethiopia, then they passed into South. upon hts own plane to compete with' Philadelphia:D.G.Ambler.Banker Jacksonville Fla. ,and so exunsively the past TEAS;; COCOA., '. I
India, had In another column :"valua Henry TW*er.Boston Massj kJ-pd .. years: and ill/ Mafifm/t rf wryaifmCtarr willltriiriiuirt S SNUFF- S
B.
sour fruit. So Alva- we print He knows that for HUBBARJV-w
says andinjure.him. la iketin ix ilbutruttd orMy :7.f
I *< twy OILS: SOAPS.S :
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!fo in his hIe'and' 'ah !
voyage into Ethiopia, made impartial tesiimony'of every every single"hint given out by & IVERSON t..fIfiIA.'l.u..J.unu ll.u.sIiq; STARCH TOBACCO 5 5S .

Zn 5" ; and also Ferraris, who relies English gentleman to the resources of him, tu return h-receives many, and. .DOBBINS; Iro..Frme PAPER CUTTER." "WOODEN-WARE, BUCKETS; ; S. ., -'.. ;. 1 'larlmm'U :.Flat;: ., '

tpon the descriptions given by the the Southern States. In articles whichwe that as he is ben fitted by others it S latest Improved alUteel tempered BASKETSJ5ROOMSSPONGES 'if .1< ; -L' f. V : w.J" 'V
with moveable cutUm boari.two .
''ssiOna.riea. But we have still more have'recently published, we 'have, is only fair to reciprocate as far as he GUN AND;LQ LOCKSMITHS: ; S patent knives.ar J squaring fcoardi'stlH' h
certain. proof in the Arabian works, pointed out the pressing necessity that able. The truth" is,,that there isno d', don as the FAVO arn Pam Orrrm*AMOWI PanT S-S ".> I .' ." ,. "

,here this plant is mentioned.' the Southern States should appoint class of :men so cordially willing to ELECTRb-PLATJNQ' '.ND, GILDING. BO.and the best machine' 'in' the market 5g SS the'low .S EVERYTHING. : "HARDWARE."" IRON. ;AND'. ,.STEEL. ,' ., ," S3 ;
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and Avicenna speak Commissioners of Emigration in Eu information mutually 'of the EIG LOCK. price chargeJ for'iu XDGETOOLS.TABLE POCKEi .. .
only rmasccnc impart help? .. -9-S. At the lip : rjc.'cdj '' 1' S' TMI I IroJtAC .. "' "; f
Sour oranges, which they use ropeto bring beorethe masses of;he ful, so neighborly.as the farmers. .. Tkt t&ttst gtmyrvmrn +*** CAU Ctrrrn'iB l r--.the- ).*GROCERY,AND PROVISION: LINE .CUTLERY, .. I
tOgnake their siruj Acetositatis people the general ,resources, of the of of the COA.t.i. ::: IIOImad the MOST DBSUABU .'
S. This state feeling comes; .-t" .
-d lutsitaisra11pll.. sections which they, would represent. workings of good agricultural ; editors \\/L.; :' : .. .. r'"' market,tar the'ceneral use*of i printiiig office S ., 7 SELLFOR CASH ;'Nafls,, Glue, Putty, Clan !Paints.OUs. "!
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Bcctar in the list of commissionersand books :fSTXCE.qr THE PEACE Tkt ruR..aIlT 1 LEATHER Br.LTThCRuBBEI PAcKING.TovnE.cRocERT.TtuPs55. :
his Taking l
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lt Dictionary of up and of good agricultural' ,. latest improvements, is still'prefcrred by many print.ers. AAT' I' 1'
laments, u s Thc is accredited representatives of the farmers ." iUID' other_d1I.a.' -
> orange Grangers professional '' .and holds to favoritism over rUE LOf9SS i.E I;tJREs. !
a .
"ell known tree of which the leaf colonies and foreign states in England, clubs.Rural Prth.S ;< N. OCT. A 'R Y'. ;: ',/uB'trc.. ..;: For sires and prices see illustrated; circulars.; :: i.:: 5
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smooth. a deep which bears we find'that the different British colonies : .j ;! of the Merchants;Loggers'"VauSif,Boardiig Houses.and & *'# :
green, S direct from the'taorf'to any'part .
Office in SOLARYE'S LO. Shipped /amilies arc invited to examine my goods aad prices.TH
round fruit, whose interior holds an have in, London alone no less THE PRACTICAL WORKINGS OF ,FEMALE cpuntry. .5 S DOOItS.SASH.BLDmS.JdOt1LDINGS.SVGAJt %,

acid JUice. hkc that of the citron. than twelve agencies. Iowa and .Nebraska SUFFRAGE.-Governor Camp. S Corner S BAY' and PINE streets. : Orders soBdted.and can be filled by return mail S HIGHEST1. CASH'PRICES S Mills ETapwatori ftclT*.. *%.
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IS also very like that of the have a Commissioner of Emi bell,.of Wyoming Territorjrhas borne S Mdrt.s,. rAID'FOJt COUNTRY PBODCCE OF ALL KIND cu..FUni. Rpofingt $4hTh.* wijvrf* !

tltSon' l its flower is white and of a gration there, andthe interests of i the favorable testimony as to the practical a' : ;" '. ..- \"'ANSONJHARDY" ',; ...,.. '5tft5. s.rli-ctl"t'liIwtln.; ,: '. 1f'drJ' -

try agreeable odor." other Western States are 'well1 'represented ,working of!woman suffrage in that W.HSHERMAN. ; 7.5eotcm 1". '.. 'AubudnlMa. "! Ladles'underwear,to attained. at BUCKY. 55

of whom the of the railroads! Ex-G.qv. Leeof : I INTERIOR DECORATOR: : ., f'
"fsoudi M, de Sacy re- by agents ,. territory e.same, 5 : : Fmc Casslssere Slurts stylish and durable,at Bucky'sT .
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bn passage in the notes of his who advertise and canvass largely .on territorybears!; similar .testimony,and 5 :: 'JiVDUPHOSTERER; q'NEf'rRIBUNE XRAS WLLS< & WHTTLOCK .. t

$ltio from Abd-Allatif, distin- behalf of the districts through which iq.alateiecture i in Boston.said that no S ,; y ,' !' J 5 I fluccessors to n.A.Wi > W, EARL, ., : ,' :! V' t tS I

flshes the orange simply by its form, their roads run. The Southern States, domestic jars have occurred 1'in .consequence COR.,LAURA" AND-. -, CHURCH. .," 'STREETS.' <. LeConte NoXXL Marsh'bkneyHIImO.etc.,etc.No' 'J"EJ1ioU': I..onri. .; 1 : S S 'SALUS''.I1f. S.. SI : V

titr have not a representation of female suffrage even 'when S S ... 'GRAINi. riLOUR AND FEED iPzACTICAL5 .
A"a .PIINl. hIs book of agriculture in London or England'With in one'case a husband and wife 'were ,bftis.. ,..' &' : .' .tk"3m 'XXIL"Bayard Taylor. (Letters'from E Egypt. S S S S .' 'li .. "- PAINTER AND PAPER"HANGER, t tto
1tJD : JckiavUIeTh. &heetOfIfl0flZ1. : :. natcoRNaiEAi
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Dy the fruit bf the is the exception of the Texas Agency*>t rival candidates' for the same office, S S : and I-n -_ ; ; ..., 'S S : ;"1 ,'r' -.5 S ., Ravine decided to"read Mn."La"La ia -
orange w.1r. done
rot and has the acidity of the c>- No. long Acre. ,Necessarily there the one on the Democratic, the otheron I .' > t K u XX1IL': '.1".d UIeiOrcnMcCceh. S. UOMINV, CRACKED tiad TTTt..__receive orders from all" requiring. ..' "! (:'
SAMUELFA1IUANKSP ..
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whom it proceeds. is In England a great lack of information the Republican ticket. The S PUBLiCTOR DCrYAL.c6uNTY .Price V.man. postpaid. sheet 5311*. to e ntt .cQpN.. ,.; TE MEAt, bRAHAM, 1 GRAINING.G. ZINC t' thING t S
italy has Iso preserved'some plants regarding jibe.Southern. States,. women usually yote for the best candidates NOTARY< .. cachtnF..Mfri..Geenlt.S. 'S'SflrrEEN '1-u '" done in the best toiaoer. '. S d t,
.t1 S ; '' I; .' -" CRACKED WHEAT&C. l
1:00.are said to date from 1150 to and emigrants of 'the working and ; and:cannot'be j bjibed,. and the Jacksonvilia.Ian.v .tSr4>., "H" .1J :l'EXTRAS FOR' **. FLOU ; ,Orders left at Davis&Dre<.funMtrnxWafehouM. ,. 55

Instance that of Saint DomIflt,51 middle .classes have ,their attention political situation; improved SHOP. : I Send for.foil CU&gae with mtewlTeacl mnA wscROt(SAwrac'&:wbop TURNING : will receive. prompt attention.'REFERENCES. .' SS 5

ttme Ferraris far as. America; is "p" .! Sr '' CARRIAGE .W- yGEORGE .. *. .. ..,,,.. :.t .., .f 'it; "f.>. u.j: i ,' ..1. ; i :
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said it had solely turned as' ; r'r "ir T V
lOa fruit in bls: Western And NorthWestern Twg.hundred w ightoianjtnal i f carcass : ,., I; 1EA S ; bedjzea&S.. .,TB&.TIt Y 1FOR. t / S. "!)' ': ,9RD S i S. L BafDGC. Esq.. and C L. Roanrsoil;E 4 ._
dart and I know it is concerned to: S : V; ..- ttM3RANTED
IOcr : JacksonvilleFU"T. -
i ni ,be was, n.sDmed..at jBerlfn, by the : J. \., : Wob because
1 bave States "This > always iAKER; -
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examined ,, CARRIAGECOR SAtE. ; ,"" ;S t' '-
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Jtlalem Jaeqn es de Vitl1, i n. his History oror necessary"steps to ,appoint accredited, Tn about' ninety' ii in 't i' Irwasreduced ; WASIIITONANDA04US' .t cKsciNVII \' ; jrLORIDi1WQl Suitable
speaks also of the do .England, and,this, to.ashes at the small price of : -will be**t cheap .Solei k.-9li. i ir > )Im.4Th1b I Encklayers. Prets brick"a spetiarryVEfther tI then
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sourness representatives
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S'.mcDe n e of 1* titnc' The testi. it is to ebopedbeywill do shortly.If $1. Now,"this Is :Tealljf1crteap U ht Uuli W.'oaa.J Iistc1; k ;- '. ,... .'W 1A..J..N..SovntoGca._ < ....'.....". .._. .ru..r IP1CTUUSeopIccI .'t A;Z.J8(! 9AaaoiKmatfa;; "Ji+ U1t. -_.! .ol.&ak,AddraaW.A.JOHN chaIp or.n lwork1 ON"1JIan "- ; ,
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I THE NEW SOUTH A casual glance at the Congressional The explanation' -- j.- is,4 that f contrary- 1 to 1st.Distnct--A." J. Farhn -rep.( ** I Our -e York Letter. :celebrating the rt of the' elec t I The Supreme Court of tie=

t: : debates, or a look through leading Republican pledges the Democrats put out a ticket 2d District-A.'L)cCaki. dem. NE YORK, November 3 1874. tion. The result ia not yet known; but States ha ,dnring the week, deeil1ect Ullited
>. ADAMS. | on the morning of election. This consolidated 3d District- .-rep. no matter. Whether it be Dbr or Til I case Upon a principle that *

UI i \ Um*.. .M'BNMDR..CARRVTH. I IMO. I f AVAMS.CARRUTH & CO. papers for the' last four years, the, Republican,vote .for the 'th Di ;rict-.A. D. McKinnon, dew' ,, ELECTION' ,DAY.. -. den, Republican or Democratic! it Is1 I is entirely novel in connection 1re whw"tions LeU
rr : K. .. J will show how these reasonable expectations Durkee ticket 'and fur Walls. Had"itnot .t Distrfct-flL. Smfth.'dent. -Editor Soitth fFbnr! ear ago, growing out of the e*'

K&U.OOG.J. were disappointed; and in them been for this move on the par of DistrjctFredenJck Hill, rp. J I remember rightly, a terrtbte blow certain that there is a great victory for bhortlv) after New Orleans waj'chi

I --. S ADAMS. EDITOR. all, unmeasured abuse of."cpet.bag- the Democrats. Finley would re 7th District-J. L. Crawford dem .was indicted by the national government somebody and so the boys, withos the military authorities then adml .

4 .. and has /brmed ceived more Republican vote in Duval, 8th District-. John'Wallace* rep.9th' ; :; tie libtrtfesttthe thfscity. distInction of races color/ of prevfnos or log the municipal KovernmeuL ;
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thq
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. gers scalawag" : In. probability/ '. District...RobertMeacham,\rtp. 1s pal 1f some wharf
; 0 Sienu.fLocallnterdt arc xdidted from all parts of the chief. staple te nati n l speeches a 10th District-A B. Osgood, rep. veral hundred, ( snrt present condition/ ore happy exultant, steamship property The to a New York
ESCAMBIA company.
State curamunkation term
Abwi *on subjects general CV1Y. CASIU s
Jubilant.-
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t r es;; 'n.-t,epecIaHy educational social and'..ndustnaltopics. of Congressmen of both small and large Henderson's' majority" is 142. McGuire llth District-Angus MeAnley,-dera. thousand United Stafesf' troops "er lease extended beyond the close or the

; : r t r ief a.* the Correspondents facts and circumstances abjd make will their permit.letters a* dimensions and the buncombe editorials and Jones, dems., elected to the 12th District J. L..F.: Cotrel, dew.13th" stationed here, ready to' be called into, tilities, and when the civil' authori .,.

'! We are nut roponkible for opinions expressed by our of the leAiling! papers all of the Republican Legislature. DstretL. 0 D rep.* active. service at any moment. It I is State News. restored, it sought to pe
the
14th G. Johnson
correspondents. Rejected manuicripu can neither company of its privilege.
I he.ill returned not be noticed.preferred. Anonymous contributions. order. The' beneficent march ofreconstruction FBANKLIX COUNTT. 15th'District M. A. Krgh; R.e. well known tbt.a, large ,class .of,our Civil. AvrozicTMENTs.-The following I finally came up to the Sopreme The(W_

was treated to unmeasured For Hen'efn, 160{ Punnan, 87. 16th District-J. W..- rep fellow citizens had letag enjoyed .certain "made where.it was decided that the
_ _ _ civil appointments were daring eon,
: praise, while.the earnest.men who majority, 73. For the Assembly 17th' District-B. F. OJnr&. demo rights and privileges pertaining to elections. hare right to the foil time of ihefc..?
The Republican Defeat. :Orman,dem., 157.; Murat, 18th District_ ,rep. last week i the theory of the Court
i were toiling at the drag-ropes were considered rep. 1. Drkte .' The'right of 'suffrage bad been being Out S.:
: \ It is not often that such ing indeed, overwhelming revulsion in worthy only of unmitigated. GADSDEX couxrr. 20th District : most easily acquired. The privilege of bury to'be commissioner of deeds for situated was placed in thereit

'- Majority for Purman, 519. 21st'District_E. T.,:.Sturtevanr,', rep. exercising' rfgM With Utilimlfed the State of'Florida, ia the State oj same conditions' that would pretUd1 if h,
Two'Re 'tat' i it _
: : the political sentiment of millions
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t If ever a political party received plenary publican members elected ta 22d District freedom 'w 'prized by"many active Georgia. located on foreign soil that "at '
; *. AS is unmistakably' shown in the 23d G., dem. : Rer. F. Jacobs lo be
punishment for a degree political sembly. ., fOlner and Influential voters?. ;!Ther "stuffli" Leon tounty' gained by conquest hence
; discomfiiture 24th District trustee ol the West Fjorida Seminary the f3tablishing
of thu
crusbing Republicans POWtT..oft-th)-
cowardice in the desertion of
HAMILTON conquerors to
sneaking COUNTY. of ballot destroying, mak,
in the recent election, and no doutlth The Assembly so far'as'known, bO"e or h'3s'in"th'eir .Tallahassee, such disposition of if. Judge lleU
r political frends' unprecedented in the For Finley 550; Walls, 231.. .Finleys as.follows. : I ,estimation the goodof the 8t. Jo.4n-B,F.'plfreros, to be clerk ttBroalj member of Ike cot( _.
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will for months ,
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partisan press history of this :country, it a;.the Republican majority 319. For the Assembly: nun Cfttniiet.Alachua. :RJ. Dm. Ceuntiet.Levy., RJ." Dm. country might require,was an i inestimable of the,circuit eOBrt/vice. ratio Dunham, disseDtiag.

,cum be filled with tho wise and foolish in the recent election. can, rep., 451; Smith, dem.,4 ; ". i ._:____- _. muscular deceised --

? ., },II the plausible and preposterous Andve venture party to predict that when, theDern'.craCy Crooms rep., .", 59. 'Duncan's' majority, B.a BkC.-___- -I Lbrty_.__._..'.-. .-. .privilege to distasteful. .Manly ,n laws had. resistance Tfbrftow-'B. 6anndn/to. be justice of aICLLAItGtJa'NcYrr
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; 181. be Ihe'pc ce,
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ot' for sudden
tmelhods accounting so -
I' assumes the control tof the JACKSON COUNTT. Brdor- Manat..___. ) These were in Iude J -
Chonllaoo. ; long practiced.
: IACJON ctJCRTT"
J .and unexpected a change. .__ pOsT.OFFICE

'. We look upon the defeat as really at- next neither Congress States nor t1:1! party will through lose Pura. 1,256; Henderson, 897. Co1..5 Dade___....I -- Na Monr.-.:: :. _,I hr the: bill ofrgh granted by great fiK ELECTIOX.-We have never before ARRIVAL AND DEPAKTUREroad or tA.
Purman's majority,' 359. For the ;'Ass Org- Tammany humblest subjects .
as'mbcb arid
-, dt witnessed quiet good ,
of the Dunt-s I ARaln.
,.t Inching to individuals Republican alack of that instinct 'common to men Pitt- Kscarabia..._ Pot........... Nor ud W & .
mbly: Livingston, rep., 1,259 i; I I And now the State legislature had eri order as :shown by the people of- the 5fetIJ* 1 101 a A.. l:.P. ,
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party, rather than as indicating so utl- dem. Franklin. I Santa Rosa.Stj ....._- f Yctiiand5a aocf rJ.md RaIl.
and animals standing hy ones friends man; 908. Livingston's majority, ,Gaden_.s .1 Johns,_._- '1 acted .a Registry Law. This' was evidently county on Tuesday.tost, tha' day of the ,daily.._._._ 10a._ '.
4Qi :J versa! n crodcmnation of the principles in the face of active Qti foes. S51. Purmanrep.,1,248; Prbr.dem., la u't-' Sumtcr.- I eleeikmThe, xaerebant closed, tbeif Sai..c Agusi2nc and P latb* cJo P..
: .. andre 8 900. Purman's majority ,.. I SuWnncc-' I Intended to dis'Cmn hlso'many'ofou.r 6ai ,(;tNId.1fYuct1 r le_ 3 _
r : the xor.n. ,
; of otherwise would be
party as Dennit. add ro.f:
: pre And .iu .the Republican 38. 'Hillsborou&h__ I Taylor__..... I. stores no Intoxicating liloorJrMrog Key We.arriU every) _
: 'fitV tended. That some ol the measures will ; in- rep., 1,249; Erwin, dem.., Dennis' Home.......- I Volusla__. -.' fellow .citizens., They'cOuld not been w/ld the day passed without,noise nJLV* .in.,,*-......ft H.I.*t. KJfTM* A.IS.close .
time for
minority have ample maJoriy, 30. ckn-__3 WawI2a.- 1efeo m submit to such injustice. The ortarrool e\'Cry'111undaf-. 7011...,
: .
adopted by the party are such, and that meditation the desertion _. _3 Wiiton.-. I ekly/ Znm-p62. JUelOtr9i1c. and
ter.upted upon JEFFERSON COUNTT.jPurman Old fe cfoomed; to :two ..
Jackson agaIn PtoiD'
fayetc1 Washington_ law been passed,by the Iicady auifSaiurda..a.4i
j domlantparty
..various prominent features of its policy _.. .__ lad. _.
of friends as an expedient and L -: .' _. years more of Repcblicimrole by aka 4OJOP.. T-JII..
political
2,020, Henderson, COO. Pur majority, and now "ort Yeflow'IUdff
and '
.,11SYcll Its and attitude tyrannical : r&e
as general i
The the or
temper method,'or converting and man's louowing are names members election of their ticket by about three Maitors aPr\'vu' Tdds.iyad
l : / :, and its still more marked: efcaciou adversaries. majority, 142.; For Assembly: elect'to tho' Assembly. with' the the oppressed minority could only resortto hundred majority from too best infor- F _._.. 4OCI..fr ,
conquering political, two Republcan were running: counties which they represent: the inalienable right of riot,, and mation we could gain from the different kavr We6tsdll' md Saw
t lack of any distinctive and characteristic The the Witherspoonticket urdar _._,_.____
The of always says
: policy in regard to matters of commandIng teachings .history ,are not is elected but ',* informalities maye Alachua-Thep.C. Gass' rep.,'George bravely, defended their liberties.. To ureciuct3. We will Dot be able to fora S.. Nhota.JoOO., ... .gcJo"1II..
susceptible of immediate.compre- Washington rep demonstrations ish the official,vote until oar nelL, oue, 9ubIcx------ H(, S.
discovered and
.: : importance, have been intrinsically some of tho returns Coltitnt>ia'J.. H. prevent or suppress any popular Purman Th pesf-olfca will' k ytif daily((.I
hension but her instruction oil one point suffice it to that Livingston. M cxottan
Armstronzrep. say .
thrown 'out, in which event the Johnson Charles i on that day ;was .the' intention from 8 AtQ f 9.Wi-and ft!:30 t.r.,.., '
p "Inexpedient, unpopular and wrong, sensible is clear and has been illustrated in'the ticket may be returned. Three Republicans''are Thompson : and Dennis, are .to represent Jackson llje; office will tt.oye on Suodiivs.."t,
DuvalJoseph E. 'Lee, rep., Alfred of the central despotism Washington. in the next ,LeglsJatore.Jiarl.a o'itock T. It/ r
k men have long perceived; but elected to the county .
J : historybf the Democracy in thieouh- Assembly. Grant rep. I Democratic and editors Courier. The Eetwntl .;k fdiw,.wHlWoj II a
faithulyproested'agaiOst
.
:
: I IEscamli -
r.d / all foes as well as friends, are more speaktrs' Kates diring tHe rraular hourj.jKep wtwa e.
viz thata dominant LAFAYETTE COUNTT J. J. McGuire dem. C -
try, : political party ( : i such unwarran'ted ESCA1IBI.COIDt"TT.. -king atM ..L.J401Ut
;..dM -jithas surprised, they are astounded, at that is eternally apologizing and excusing For Henderson, 188; Purman, 53. v. d ; OR F.t MTK&
'. "- 13.5.TF? Franklin W. T. Ormandem.. .interference with oor'l ; Good at last. The Pensacola ,
w the measure of punishment that has and investigating its own doings at Ifndern's"majority, r State I. ea1'afair news, Mosey deI'S_ ,aid atho45e JIR lIr/

: :.been.mcled out in compensation therefor. the beck of its opponents, and that ., 159 ;' Shiver, Gadsden-M, Martin, rep., George. .Tarn m any'.i'hieff exhorted' their, ,tribes Express says: Great pan of Briui the Vnited.,*ww States,kinrf and and erMa1l1.-Ira ores-olft i.iIr
rep., 49; Ridgway, 42. For the'Assembly Nixon, rep. to bravely resist the invasion of federal
imr the commusion
are rsus
:
after all inference .
4 Still, any that so hastens to gain the respect of R. B. Hill 102 lIamilbin. J. Duncan We are pleased to be able to state that The order cScStfUl Ee
4 habitual : rep.. ; Lang- rep.JacksonBenjamin' money cptn IitJm 9 t.a w
: j :commanding: a majority of the American its deadly enemies by the publicity of its ford| 80; Jvey, 47; Sears 29. One pre' Livingston, rep..-, soldiers A great'battle'was,imminent, there is little or no sickness in our-city, io r.M.and from 3>+9,tsPCMOTK

: 11 people, as is indicated by the votes, chronic distrust of its hardest working cinct be heard from, which will not W. J. Purman, rep., L.Dennis rep.: for important issues,were tt stake. The and that the, Navy Yard is .entirely exempt :iSo.OMXH

;, ; 4; intend by such a rebuke of Republicans, friends, and the frequency of its, materially* change the rCs ]lt. Hill will I "Lafayette:Redden B. Hill, rep.; morning': election :>lay was bright, the from faces any ofmanyofour sickness. We. absentees recognize Over On orders$10 and not not exceeding exceeding ft<*J-t, -tots.>,fc .entj,
attc"upon have at I least 25 majority.' I Leon-John E. Proctor F. calm
decisive rep.C. peaceful. In the afternoon your Over$20 and not exceedtiwf j%*nu<
: : to manifest a correspondingly them, may always derive! consola- Avery, Z. Morehead, upon the street, .and, welcome. them Over fy>and not exceeding,90 cent,
MADISON OOUNTT. rep. .
: :adoption of what arc understood to be tion from the inevitable brevity of its Fisher, rep.ucic. correspondent' went forth to \sit the home again.We .- Over J4<>and not exceeding f 30.fjcenrOHnfiN
For Walls. 1,308; Fin Ie),839. Walls' rep. fields of conflict.- As non-combatant MONET OBDUAr
: distinctive free trade, State rights and Madison-D. ) O.J. ;
rule. The new dispensation even when majority, 469. Two Republicans electedto Iontgomcr"ep.; it'was'not his take with clip! from the Pensacola ,Express. On ordeis not exceeding|io.95 cents.
Coleman. to
p inflation doctrines of the Democratic inculcating the loss of enemies does not the Assembly. rep. province pan the.following: Over|io and not exceeding Jao,50 cent*.
} ,
,
Nassau Samuel rep. either of the belligerents. 'Asa Over$ao and not exceeding'jo 75 cents.
prudentman
party, would be a mistake, as is likely exact the hatred of friends. .' ,LEON.C6UNTY.For Santa Rosa- Pety.. Judge, demo 'The' Railroad was burned between Over$30 and not exceeding J 4G.'1.00.
he purposed, to keep but of the Over S4 o and not exceeding$50 fi
) be shown before long. Molinp and Bluff 25.
:u> unmistakably, I Purman, 2,384; Henderson, 496. Suwannee-Daniel McAIpin dem.; Springs on Tuesday, J.*>.ADAMS Postmattcr
: Some of the more prominent and Why Not Manufacture' own Cotton Purruan'd majority 1.88. For Senate: Taylor-John H. Sutton; fusion. danger, and. 'possible pick up his whether.by'acbideut or design' we'could Jacksonville,October 10,zS.Beautiful +.

; ,.glaring errors of the party need no great and Wooden Material? : Wallace, rep., 1,509; ,rep., 1,287.Wallace'smajunity Wakulla-John- S. Ferrell, demo items ,'at' a proper distance from the hot learn. '
Silk Scarfe,In of color,
: ed variety at EUCKT'S.
222. For the Assembly fighting. He 'cautiously ventured into Tho election pas off 'very quietly
:.discernment to discover and their direct has this' interrogatory occurred -
:
HoW ofcn : Avery.1,313; Walton, 1,279.Avery's on Tnysday; Oat some of the voters rejoiced -
h Wanton Destruction ofBirds. the Sixth 'Yar.d-t the "bloody sixth." LATE AND MARBLE
it is to' be will to the mind of
hoped thoughtful
,
.:consequences every majority 34. Proctor, 1488; A considerably on the next day, S
;. : suffice for wholesome admonition in the and'p mau in every one of theSouthern' ','1,263. Proctor's majority, 225.Morehead The Ocklawaha river never grows It was as quiet and dull as a' Vermont and several free fights occurred without. M AN.TELS,

"(iiture. When President Grant presented States ? and we doubt i any 1,446; Rber 1,261. More- old and never tires the i'v Its crooked village: on Sunday., Other districts, as much damage to the belligerent .:

1 : ? the alarming condition of Louisiana, satisfactory answer can be' framed by head's majority; '' 1,350; course and picturesque scenery, by night strongly'Democratic, as decidedly anti- We have had several cold nights with I GRATES AND FENDERS, &:.
1279. Fisher's majority, as well as by day, ever furnishing exciting back' Terra Cotia Wire,Drain Pipe&c.,
DeCourcey frost the absentees to
: :::i with a statement of his own views of any Floridian. Over and over a thousand 71.A few' ;votes objects to the curious mind and administration, as thoroughly in favorof ; begin come *
scattering were cat and the streets Ion ,several days past 10.54. ira J.L. ECKCH.
: : the situation and a clear and distinct limes and still more the.whole,sub- for a third ticket headed by Judge eye of every traveler., That distance ofa "home rnlewere quiet peaceful have,the of the beginning

: i '. .'announcement of the course which, if ject h been discussed on the streets, in Walker;. hundred miles, through the cypress lifeless Truly,'the spirit of liberty was ('fthe, winter appearance trade. We hope, for the Very stylish Ladies*Hats at BCCKVS.

I : Congress did not dispose of tho case, he the counting houses and through the MONROE COUNTT. and palmetto forest is, in our judgment, crushed under the iron heel of a military interest of all concerned, that it will. be \
t the finest collection curiosities in the TO TAX-PAYERS.
1 should certainly feel udder obligation public press, and still how little has, ever lender. n'. majority, 12.' Hendry world, to say nothing of Silver. Spring despotism.:just :&s thepapers Democratic* better than is expected.We NOTICE

1 ; :nto pursue, under such circumstances the been attempted in the South anywherein dtm Brown; dem.bly., probably elected elected'to 'Senate.to Assembly. one of its grand sources, and one' of the I hart told.us., The; said "spirit"has notice Chronicle the':followingln On motion the of Mr.Washington :R.- OFFICE.COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR

'4: S duty of Congress to have wisely discussed the way of promoting local prosperity most astonishing fountains of pure Water not yet revived. To-day I visited I D.'Mossi-y: J. Duncan Cot trill, Esq., of JACKSOJTVIU.K,FLA.,Oct.tji 1874.
.. and and and on the",contine t. The alligatorsand l.the same districts and saw the election The Slate and County Tax for 1874 is uow due ud
i firmly fullydisposctlot t stimulating local growth, by engaging MARION COUNTY. snakes afford splendid opportunity Pcnsacolii. 1-'la.,.waiJ admitted, practice payable at my uftico,NO' i ReQua's. Block,seat door

1 .,question of snch urgent and paramount vigorously in the.home"manufacture For Walls, 1,072; Finlcy, 608. Wall's for shot-gun $ while tho birds proceeding. orderly as 10 any,coantry as'an attorney and counsellor ,of 'The the Post-office.law of 1873 compela the selling of alt j

I .:; l Importance to the whole country is of home product, Wherever such majority,464.. Two Republicans electedto both' large prinJ,and of varied i town. :I looked intoone, of the polling this conrt. -, iponSrhlch taxes arc unpaid upon the first of property Dcwn-

: *so plain that its neglect to perform that an attempt has been begun with judgment the Assembly. plumage add interest to" the journey, places in the Fourth Ward. Theo- On,Sunday evening a negro fired Into annoyance.ber. frompt payment' will. save considerable. cost u4

: : duty could not be too severely punished and prosecuted with' nerve and NASSAU COUNTY. and afibrd Htmld.We an opportunity'for'shboling. ; 'dais who received the,votes ,and kept the rear glasof of the.the,down door train and'one, shatteringthe' of the I -,l6- 4 tw ,PETER JONES..Mayor.FIRSTCLASS .
.Wall's for the .
,.i 4i enD by the present defeat. persistence,more*than ordinary success; majorityis'SO Bdw ; 'Petty's, -Palatk' the records were 'not 'gent emen of pre- ': ulows. Two ladies 'weje: sitting'on I FURNISHED HOUSE.i .
Assembly : for the Senate 'l
dp'not object to the deslructiqn of
When the difficult problem of practically so far as we know, has attended 'the 80 ."' : () possessing appearance. Their laces did opp site'seats near the door; and it is a i
; alligators and snakes by the sportsmenwho not beam wonder how they escaped. The -. JII.:JACDOIIVnu
and
i caz+yIng1uto operation the .reconstruction effort. POLK COUNTY. ; .. with! intelligence! good perpetrator '
legation of The cotton factories of For .Henderson 342 P 6. visit the various picturesque regionsof ness,, buttheycompared. favorably with of this outrage was not captured 0 'RS AL. E t
; Congress among Georgia exhibit ( ; rDal' Florida, but we do think the'whole- but if be had been although' .do not ,, '
'i : the people of the Southern States, disappointed as promising and exhibits Henderson's majority, 336. the surrounding group of patriotic electors. believe.in Judgo.Lincb, ,we.think a little The undesigned intending to remove to his plaiiQ-
satisfactor sale destruction ,
the beautilnl ion.will tell his residence on Adams Street new IMSi.
t p soured, and embittered by of result as do of Maine, SAN ROSA COCNTY. carious of many 'The'solitary 'policeman] 'on duty of his. law'should. have been administered. -' .James and Grand National Hotel

if tho disastrous rcsult,.to them, of the Massachusetts or'Rhode Island; and yet Hend ron's majorty.400., One Democrat excusable.and In waterfowl-i inI appeared to,be the only civilized man in ,Apply to J.C.GSIW.KT.JacksomilU. H. S. SANFORD

? w.-.r, it was the most delicate and difficult how little of the spirit of imitation is to elected ( .. 'a few years' these innocent the'crowd. But'all, were'peaceable and ,ST. JOHNS COCNTT. .Martk. 6. 1874. twSStfTalmas .

,i : problem that history had ever represented be found elsewhere in tho South. It SUWANNEE COUNTY.- creatures' which now. enliven thescenery decorous., Only one disturbance is, as Anna, daughter of A. B.Bravo, aged : and Peedee Jackets at BUCKY'S..

to the race for solution, and to only recently that the vast and indeed i For Finley, 436;i' Wall's, 389. Finley's will be' driven away by the yet, reported in the city to-day. That three; year" and ,three months, died at

; 1 :be sol red j too, in the presence of innumerable inexhaustible Iron and coal resources of majority dem., 47"For, ,412; Assembly 382 Me-; Kill wanton the I'gators port"if of) thoughtless'will tourists. occurred among so .D.emu r ticlead. St.iAugustine. on the 2d inst. LOUIS EMILE MOURGEON,

i i .& ., and apparently insurmountable Alabama have begun to excite the at- A1phf, ,,20. McAlpin's majority, 30. you butsparethe ers np town. The.result was quite ,insignificant A schooner (name unknown) in attempting .. '- Sato
birds. From Paris France,(lately Foreman of the
-but one. man killed and two to run into this port on,the 2d . .
; lion
enb&rrassments. This most delicate and which they have, l long deserved;; T YLRC un. Island Dyeing establishment
1 inst. without struck what is ,
pilot, on
,difficult.$, of all conceivable practical and it is specially i to 'be',:noted4 that in For Henderson 168; Purman 58. A PAm OF "Jm BLDDSOES."-Says or three wounded. known as the ,middle bank of ;the bar. NEW DYEING'AND SCOURING ESTABLISH.

;, : jwoblems jra Jeft in the hands mainly of Georgia, in Virginia, in Missouri and lendenon's.majority. 110. For State the Chicago Tribune The true hero The ;*dangerous classes' in' New She was in I' critical condition for, sometime MENT.LJ& .
tinen the Senae dem., 140; Shiver, ism of Jim Bludso, engineer .of that Y6rk"arenot; so very dangerous if and Gentlemen's" Wearing Apparel
? ..vbo.as. a class for years at the Alabama, in almost case, good prOperly but after'lying en her beam for
r \r 74 Ridgway ind. 9. For Assembly historical 'wreck the Belle in Lace Curtains
rep., : Prairie" )
become urs succeeded in
managed. They law twenty-four getting ,:
S Forth had mtlntaincd lair characters for sense and enterprise of some foreignerhas LaceShawla.
Sutton fusion her nozzle
: 114; Whiddon, 'holding agin the bank till off without : serious damage. She aDd other'fin'fabrics most carefully cleaned and cy LFORSYTH
any
: !; 4! :'capacity and integrity; and who, not entirely frt 0 nt4.1!eyes of the natives dem., 107. Sutton's majority, 7. the last galoot's ashore,' was nobly imitated abiding citizens when the 'right 'influences was bound for Brunswick ,Geo., from .STREET" between" Newnan awl M "

,. $' for selfish purposes, and with full t the S .wealth, illimitable WAKULLA COUNT a day or two since by an engineerand ,Jlre.. brought to bear. But it :is Charleston, S. C. The severe weather ket streets. S--J6./or

;: I ::' '. confidence in the efficiency of Republican business 'and corresponding proS For Henderson, 242; 'Purmarf, 145. fireman railroad. Their the Marietta train bound and Cincinnati useless tp waste words' on'them. Theydo we have had recently has,detained_ the Carpetbags and Ladies Companions at EUCKVS.T .

t :- :' principles to retain and.restore what perity that have slumbered for agas Henderson's majority, 97. One precinctto had to cross a bridge, east of not,regard, logic., :They do not, appreciate .'EarlyBird" i ia our portsince the 31st

.. ',Republican arms had won'found! them- close their hands. Has 'the localpress hear from ;with not more than 15 war crossed a rcek'nd onE other span !the point of.an argument,halfas ult., and has probably been. the'cause of HE CENTRAL SALESROOMS
a1 votes., Ferrell dem. elect d to, the much inconvenience .t6 shipping gene
,
4 ': ;;1 :'selves forced almost,into political promi performed'ifsJuJ1'iiuty in 'directIng -, Assembly. roadway. The train was moving,slow readily as the point, of. A-bayonet. rally.-Examiner. '
home ly as it neared the bridge, its-speed not The.eloquence of UoratioSeymour! was AN AUCTION'ANDCENERAL COMMISSION
: nenco by the peculiar circumstances: of public at 1 [resources RECAPITULATION.
.loal
twelve MADISON ,;coUNT.
miles
hour.
exceeding an When : HOUSE.
,
not so soothing to. the turbulent spiritsofhis
the Southern States. ?,
1 $ The
following a recapitulation I of to near to be of service the engineer '
Tbat,.mong these' men should have our returns for the Congressional ticket observed that' switch had been dis- "friends" July63, as the un- Mr. J. P. Darby a prominent, citizenof lay Street;near Laura,' .
: RESULTS O.'HE ,ELECTION. as far as received: refined of loaded muskets Madison, died 'on Saturday last of FLA.
; been found more or less of those properly placed'and that the engine must of necessity language < : : I JACKSONVILLE.

i designated as adventurers, need not : Purman's Majority 700:Walls' Major- ,; FI TDIJ.' run.)into, the bridge. .Both he Though they have ''not the Intelligence conjestion of the liver.' :-,PUBLIC SALE every SATURDAY. **? "
:1 /1cadrsie'I and the engineer might have saved their to understand law Cotton shipments for the month of
Close or respect a they -
had ity Senate
.4 have ,caused great surprise; they 400:Legislature a hr1 lives -
from the *
by jumping locbmotivebnt :
; *all have een'perf ct. ,they would have Tie G&e ,_. 519L".Hlj888 _, Z41 the result easily learn to respect the power that enforces October,, at Madisonamount to. 650 PLUMBING .
1 ; .... Ebla".... would have been fatal,tothep bales. Sist 1'.AND ,
For week
the OcV
With' 73.
incomplete returns of the vote ...._ law, when they are taught fear ending .
-
: been equally out of place, North, or L Lrc sseno rs They bravely remainedreversed .. :,
? in our own neighboring counties ... _, ,,, ..... 13 231 baIe .
we are actMn Nonro the engine and applied the that. power.Tha'registry". ,
,1 South; 'TBut i as a whole, considering ___ '336 ; COPPER-SMITHING.
: *their inter-position between the cmbittered indebted to the Tallahassee Sentinel fora .' San Pok Ro.. 4 patent air-brake. It was'to late for : l law works 'well4.: Not ,j A: negro"' -concealed" himself the store. .

I : white and the recvtly enfranchised more complete,and generally.salisfactpry Tayl.Wakllla......,._ JO P7 them.wood-work. The'engine and landed dashed in the through roadway the withstanding, great crv),in.relation to of Crush,.Newsome &'Co., last Thursday '>1 am'prepared_, ;.,to execute: work'of 1' ,. every' description.

; 1 t.black:' .by the operations of the war and account than. \ ;can, gather.from Total' __. .....:.4.1&6 Total__ below; the tender followed, crushingthe !its virtual. disfranchisement'. of'thousands ,afternoon and was locked up when lo,the most satu&ctory,:.manner, and respectfully roo

41 the policy ol the party ushered at once, .any other,daiaat our command: ,In twelve ( nte.Pur; aQ'1 majority two'brave fellows against the bier; of poor laboring men who would be unable the place was.closed for the night. .Hie. Edt the,patronage of the public

; all uneducated and unprepared into the We give below the returns; a received is therefore,. ; Hender a postal car behind fell through to comply! with ,its;oppressive; demands stole about$4Q and decamped. : or at Miw

iM I\ij< their'work at, this, office i(rom the various son in the remaining counties, the samevote der, resting one end upon the abutmentof ,'it turns out that:this city .and v Orders. 'left. at DOBBINS"GUN'. .1'} *SH )P. .
*
of *
free-citizenship
'position counties in the State. 'They show that a was polled for IMoxham in 1872, thebridge, and checked ,the motioq .Thanksgiving Proclamation. ; M. sMahouy's.B1aclwDiIh.ahop, wiB.secave. >o ijt
of re-organization and'reconstruction of the train. The" in Brooklyn a great many are registered <
two Republican: members of Congress Pur.an's..majoxty! will still be, over sleeping passengers "
in the who.do' no& take the: trouble .vote. We 'are reminded bythe: changing attention. ..I: ;:*-,,." 1{, '
elected awakened to
was well enough done to receive from have been ; that the Stt Senate 700. ; pala car*werenot, even \ .
a+ the members their own political is probably a tic. and in Assembly SECOND DISTRICT.ajeritii. by the cat trophe. 'Only the train :In,New York,the registry j1ist.;' xceed8 seasons thatit: time to:pause in ourdaily 10-7*1' f !;> -* ';' -'War., CLARKE-
party the { have >small hands ,.discovered the sacrifice .vocations and offer thanks to Almighty .
a majority W4ll.f' -- -
thefRepublicans hero ; than ICRi thousand '
i
more the
; ,at least,.somo measure of fairness! and comment upon the : "Fit'. rdew ;an'd p ; Chillico- by, rotespolled. God for the mercies and.abundrance FIns black dress coats and fancy neckwear at.Buclj"
any peculiarities wbictP
: j. even indulgence of judgment. developed .from the result in A.lae1....._... 8' ,HamiltonEight _._._,, '319 made., Two charred and soat I" ( ., The', independent' 1 citizen t.' who. ,of. the,year .w ichl, drawing .to a
Knowing the facts and the feeling to i"verl 'counties; tl fut returns from Clumb Dv.___.. 465 I SWI', 47 tered corpses were found in the feels'himself obliged to dregSstei' will! l lose.- The. blessings of.free gov rrimentcontluue -RbuISON: :& MAPSON(

which they were exposed, the Republi- aU part of the eiy d.. Certain Mai ....:..'469.464 the engine; all that "remained of these avail.himself p ::!the. vestige of'liberty to, be vouchsafed ti us; '
local quarrels and divisions Mao.............. two 'men'wh died for men'.' RailroadIng ? the earth has responded 'to'tho l labor of Haft opened*fil'l "
UAI which still, do he
cans of the South could scarce have expected is.tlat nominations havelost'seVral'llcmber 8 has its heroes as well as its knaves; [ hit, possesses, apd, as the'husba dn ao;' the land has been free
of ; m.adsdt: T TotaL......,. I pleases about voting '. from internal,order :SHAVING. SALOON
any leniency judgment from of the Legislature --4'.j :r 36 but usually..the former are too humble in pestilence, being "
< their late opponents in the field and ., cunties Walls 2,039 majority their lives be heard their iWith.registratlon we gel wbst. New omintaied,,and peace with other powers comer of.Bay and Pipe streets where a the ntodcra" I
: BpDbJcn As in tbo First District this t .or.uDti used the best saloons m i the.couna1
appliances by
majority has It is fitting that.stated
prevailed
death. .
'
j their now embittered and disappointed ALACHtU COUNTT.Walts o.is too heavy to be ,, ;_? \ York has not had;in many'years,'something betound.' They.also: ftiralsh al all boui I
,
should from
overoDle. peyiodswe cease our. accustomed -
'c; "Topponents in fierce political I strife; ,but ; 'majority 'il i 889., Gass:; and '' 'The'following table gives the standing Among.the curiosities !ate, exhibition near to fair' and honest elections" ;, pursuits and from the turmoil of HOI, AND. 'COLD 'BATHS.Ticket I

4 k e' '(rom their quasi political friends, whose Washington (reps.) are elected. to -the of the Senate, a at. present ,known, of ancient.-and modern weaponswhich' The'law'closing rthy Tram shops'on elec-i bur' daily lives;and' unite In thankfulness .!-, .. sfc,' SIr'# I
"buncombe Assembly.. : -. / leaving! )ta! tie: "'. :: tio'n .day's has'done: much-In' behalf of 'for the of the pascan'tllndie *.entitling the bearer to eight
: speeches were l ;' has been:opened at Brmingh"r ) blessings ri.oo.elght soayes.hal cutting, .and ab I

.eulogitu of the great stufe.wIt, 'COLUMBIA'COUNTT. DM..No. .- Gnmtu- Rr. / England, is a de enejandf order; Ji t'isrprdb'ablethat; cultivation. of kindly feelings. towards ,.,.Do ; 9".D \-

npuhUr-an The tote for Walls is 717; Finley, 679 i-Santa Rosa.* .Walton-...,_.. ., !i, made by'Node, an Englishman', somewhere tl r ':'ar 'dealers' *ho1o 'not'obseri' each'oth r. '
: they were cntite t an occasional Jack M......-...;.- I which has seven barrels : 'Now,therefore,recognizing these con. i; LU.MBER, YARD._ I
4 .! klndJy: / ( arcs workers the Wall* majority, 38.. ForiState"SeDat. ., nd Wuhlnpn.....,.-,.'_- I Ibout.1760j f\btch e wit one.blow tbapfrit ciiliisa' with, pbanIsa1o t .oxa4n sideration; I,Ulysses S-Grant, President .
Johnson.rp.,1J5; Week 5- 7nkhn M" i S..1 Bick-do r.tacllities 'afforrl- of the do recommendto bUILDERS
political fields. Johnson's the Assembly t I of the & ., There is a beantirful >are. .. 'A United Stated CONTRACTQKStANPVruJX !
,. *Suter I majority. .2. 7 Uberty aixl Wsku1Ia.....' -' breech-loader bearing, the n ed .few- of iheri.favoi" and o. 'a\C\ /citizens to:assemble-i their reBip > .
4 South o( :to a trust .
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: ra Republicans when assailed ,Armstrong rep 71S-Cone'dem.; : ILeon9Jeacr.on.s__ t_.. ;.. m ( .... ..tJm
., through the press, and very 639. ,Annstronfi's m lorlty.. ,. Tbornp- ._l _.__. ._ I Afmafresca Borgia, 1C94. The ,worthy-patrons,'. 'No:;jdoobt ,the slight)) '>ciive,places of Novc'mbcr'ne'xt wobhip dn'Thu'rsday and "
tQraly. many;brecch4oadingpstqIs,cf. ancient 26thidayof express :
; by ex-rebel l and ex-Con If son, rep:, 714; Edge; dem.,. 653. Hamilton and$ _..,,. \ dates, with ingenious mechanism- illegality in:;;this t practice.gives,an unwonted .their thank for the'mercy and favor '- ASSORTMENTJOFDRESSEDANDVNPRESSED
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'' 01)p ThompSQ'.mujurly, 61. i .-Lafayette and Taylor-.. ; .1. the :reliflbl:to thitliquid.refreshment, God and laying(aside LUMBER.MOULDINGS I
: .- conceivable 13 ALscnus ud Lerjr.M.4. i frt at'the revolving principle bf'Almigbty ;
pent wlL.n DIJYAL 14 Columbia._?.__ _..___ i i attempt of e-barrel 1 for sweet is and the'drinks all political contentions and all secular ., AND SAWED I
;'; .of ad corruption, had a right to'expect.from I CW1For liBradford and CUy_ ..... i shape a'doubf! gon, to1enwbisky iiwcttS1 .
fr.ul friends 'who bad known Wais. 1$75; Finley l 9'O. Waifs 161eaod Nastau.....,...._...... I the barrels turning on a pivotl fan in secret taken; It is\ gratifying fact occupations to observe. such 3"day of :. .
,. For'State Senate Dur- and Putna-- t of these guns have reservoirs i the r stj hanksgiving\ and praise., FoLCAsHATTHE' '
CHEAP- :
__ : 7 tCck thai'our. streets but little of the -
: them for and know that i.wDuva1_ --- -.--- ., present hand
: ea mere kee, rep. 1,292; .Haw bey, rep,' 192; 19-Muioo.._.___ :I for ammuniion. Ono curiosity ; In witness whereof I have set'my ''ARD,
; )location below Mason & line Bowdendem777..Durkee's majority, 10-VUiuia Or. I -gun to-bold two drunkenn "and rowdyism ,which: I so'disgraced and caused the seal of the United States DEPOT LUMBER
Dxon' 515. For the .l-Dads al Bryard......__. i '- One rammed hoe chargsI : 'this' o' In former'' times to affixed.( Done atthe.cityorWasb. *titf,
could out work a complete and sodden Ambl.,.Lee, rep., 1,322 ; HttUboroufh and Ucrnando. r' I charge,) a : city ,Lumbe delivered to all parts oi'the ejtyt* .
c : :traaiformiittyn r ol'the entire, MclnnU, rep., ; dem., ,798, 3-Smntera.adrolk..,..............,.. !. eral wa.inserted, afier! .which the .0 Causeand effect)may bo thus,expressed.: Ingtonv this twenty-seventh day of:Octbber -* Dd at all landings-with*river;*tl l0' 4
*5.*>* ( character majority, 25. ,Grant,rep, 1,310: -1'Ut and Monroe_-! ond. rA was"pfaced'3ti Ihe I "'-J-'J ft: f ; iri thetyear, 1874;'and of the inde dCI'I recent ProruPasndon..toUiS j.BRUSH,
f. demand for, proof should L' The Rqni'rotNo, ,. ..rurniiu.. nu. .(,. the United States the ninety- ., "I ', .
.s'lbUeved'hat ,9,7 dem., The are the Dames of the top charge" was'exploded by n ham-. pendence ,,.uu'n."OI"._ ,.v.1.7".
;: '.full :acquielcence Jn 791. 'Grants rep.majorJtr Dogjet. lur i' \rl foUowlnA,} ; jSenate f tp ta cr.Out.a?third.sir, Ue} :jyayqnp"'the ,,j i 1'1' d; ,.ri JJ'I q.J J 1 lrv'g? ; ninth, 'I '" ." :1.o,- ,,.$; G144T. .. '

'" jad' tide or .1ar4tT and ob'liOD' prise has been manifested at the smallI Seoan from:;the odd num- b hammer at thebreech, ten! thousands of Iwysbotb4fmaland\ large- By. ..the President t n ***? # ifs EMBRANT PICTURES; ,,WQOD1.MICUE.S .
*jhuukl b glren, I of the vote ro the Mawbey tickei t bere4 4isjp hod) over: discharged the second., *." "- -'". .are gathered aroand hundreds"of, 'bpn. HAMILTON F to;Secretary of'Stato. GALLERY. '
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SOLJTHiSEMI-WEEKL\VhJACKSONVILLE .
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NEWS.p The Convention of the Fruit.Growers of In Short. DRESS GOODS I DRESS GOODS 1 -FAITH HOPE. AND -
CITY j j'Barometer CHARITY HOTELS AND BOARD IN?HOUSES. .. RaNJTUU '
Florida Look at our selection firO. Our prices aever fail to The'last butaot least Is found by buying groceries ,. -. :. .. .

t MORNING. Was advertised to meet in 1'al&lka'es- falling and Weatherwarmer" please. OsJy aew aad choice re&VUe goods ever atfered. hP.kh. -etrf HOUSE ;
WEDNESDAY
terday, ndJe.,, occasion t :"& Improved for some of our politicians. c&Iit! RUJDELL '. ITU "WAREROOMSI I
it-tttf ) FU
NonMIIU II, IS74. -LastSatzirday wuih last of cscrr.Euissicr&Co. BUT BOOTS WITHA.
by many cf our citizens who are inter? quar- .K-PitacrfAl's stamp FERNANDINA FLA. ii
npon them.
tine at the bar.Thermometer.' i SiTE CASSIMERS AND They are sope- .
TWEEDS.
I ested in the Important business raising iI rlor to aB others. tojitfsCENO -
Blooded Fowls I Call aad inspect our Slyush ftssjnum, Doeskins, SAMUEL T.RIDDELL PffontrkAaTMagnifi JI '.' < -. if-
fruit and improving 87 in the shade
our agricultural deg.
Broadcloths; ,Jo.Tweeds sad Fine Jeans far boy'swear. DAVIS &'

A coon of fine blooded. fowls were at interests generally. Among those who yesterday. llow's that for high In .November Best sekctfoa. Lewest figures.i r Oa the fiae., Free'supper e t drive at eiahts s auks OB CM finest DREW.-. .

Southern Express office yesterday.They went from this city were Messrs. ? i tf At FuaoicoTT BDCXOICT&Co. top every night at ScJary'sHan Atlantic Beach.Refreshtag. ,- .1
the Parker, ,commencing" ,Oct.,9,',+ s ..Stf sea brwses. -, -

were shipped.from Liverpool our genial friend Codrington, the apostle -' --Mr. C. B. McClenny baa laid a UNDERVESTSt UNDERYESTS! t .-_ OPEN SUMMER AND WINTER '" > ',

England. to Lord U. Peters, at Mellonrille. of agriculture of the State; Adjutant: good, example ,In front of bis .stable. Ladies.Gentieme*'..Misses Youths'and Infants TO RENT. 3041D1 PARLOR sv "CHAMKERSU1T .

the fouls the Uadcrvests aU prices,aH sues,aU styles at reasona I 5trnhhe4'roon. '.
of pleasant
1 One brace were General Varnum, Colonel Martin of Who next ?-Union.. can be rented seer the Per cIa,-. w-- r 'J-
Uoigum. Calls
St.James Hotel Address Lock box 7, P.O. sod PerI.10", ,_ -. .
ndsomest we Lave ever seen. Cbatt&h ocbee fame;' Mr. Walton of New na me for it. We always heard it 11-1.Jr: FvaotcoTT.BBMSBICT&Co- i 'Saddiactory arrangements made with Iaa4ia.rliftl' !

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Tallahassee and a number of ladies. called something else. But as the Union LAFAVORITA OYSTER SALOON. THAT SODA, FOUNTAIN accommodations.Fine n-.d' MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES j'

Conference of the A. M E. Church. As we write, we have no information of is always infallible,it must be good ex At Gate's corner,where the old Ice Cream stand was. Ia the L*ftvril cigar store. is admired by alL Business Suits at BUCKVS- .5

[ The annnal Conference of the A. M. the organization of the, convention; but Open Monday evening. Coffee,Cake." Oysters aad _ o-ijtf ;

! will bold its coming session ample.The everything to order. ftiHtfJ: ,L;J. IIIJIU.
details In
will full
E. Cbarrh: give our next issue. DeLeons give a complimentarysodial OUR ENTERPRISINGFriends OCEAN HOUSE, Pati azebs
DAVIS & DREW
aj JVnsacola on the 2Clh day of December The importance of the movement can- hop to Mr. L. C. Emery and wife, NEW IMPORTING DRUG STORE"WHOLESALE Messrs.la Gato&the Co.handsomest,have seemingly r spared no THE .' Parlor Sulti. Ckassb i

Bii'hop" ard. we believe is not well be overrated. If there, is AND,RETAIL. expense ratrodudng soda fountain Suita. cwaeroT .. s..
next. any- at the residence of Mi a. Geo. S. Wilson, ever.ca lap la this city It Is admired by cveryoae and JACKSONVILLE ., it S.Sutt. .
of this A new importing Drug House b now being opened Parlor Chamber
Bishop body. thing that the people of Florida have to I **
the presiding this evening. below thesodofrltlIpnouncedby aQ the ladies to U BAY AND LAURA STREETS 'Sufas.
on Bar street,a few doors the National Hotel .
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, II 1i themselves it'll the best Centrally located and fini-dM w aO to Parlor : -: ChambSuiis.
congratutate on, the capability 'Charleston, contest for Gov. still by J.J. Griffin &.Co., who win keep ccnstanzjy'os, appointments -f .. TL*... 1. SUMS.

i Mrs. S. A. Day of the climate and the soil to is hand pure English French and German Drugs Ue&cines. GREAT EXCITEMENTOver wifl remain open during the Summer Booth .
doubtful the late intelligence theUnion' '
i las leased the Stickney House where produce, semi-tropical fruits of exquisite .Cbemicab Perfumery eVc.with all the late Domestic the political canvass, but greater over Rich'ssplendid ,
bulletin. Strangers stop and preparations of the day. Every article guaranteed TRANSIENT ,BOARD .
wcstmessocs. so-aitf '
prepared to receive transient flavor. In the production of the '
she i is now appreciate it., and sold at the lowest cash prices.
S boarders. Her well-earned orange, Florida is, as yet without a Particular attention give to the Prescription Department taPER DAY or fto PER WELL EXAMINE OUR LARGE-STOCK.Ml .
or permanent Politeness is NO RING! LOW PRICES I HONESTY -
and .
careful and always appreciated at all hours of the day and night by the most I reaonab! ;:t -
reputation as a obliging rival in the world and. it Is remarkable Is the motto at Rich's emporium. tf Very. arrangement made with permanent 'H ,
should always be practiced has made many friends, who that our people have hitherto trusted boarders.- S ,
hostess tax collectors. a peculiar gold or silver powder made la France for : < :-f' '
witt sock her out in her new quarters. entirely to nature for the excellence of that purpose,which deprives them of aU taste and unpleasant COUNTRY FIRMS PROMPTLY SUPPLIED MRS. C. L.BUHJINU1UX.Gcmlenea's ...:.. \r (,J .

their products:' what our fruits will be -Tbe' 'weather once more" in' its odor without Impairing their efficacy la the With the best Groceries in the Market by Wm Rich. Jac1iioiinUuii,Slay s .17" S "' MI,. ... .. lOt lit '' S

The Annie A. Booth. when the subject has received the attention Wrest mood. No frost has' yet appeared least. This valuable Improvement Is not only a. great fc r cash. lo-sttf r 101 . . 1'1'" I,.k ,.; -
benefit the bu for uofcrweai at BUCK VS. 101 101. ,, ; -
to patient %preserves abc time the WI St. 'fl
The schooner Annie A. Booth, Capt. of men of science arid experience in this region. purity of the medicine and Is generally endorsed by THE PARENTS 1117.tJCKS >srrttt. .J 101 := a.HI ". .' r .. < '
101 "
Aside -Tbe steam Wood of Feruan- the meet eminent Physician of this and Europe Of all wefl regulated CunOies purchase their groceries of fi*- 101 .-: .'. .
arrived bere last Friday evenIng can only be conjectured. from tug country HOUSE, % 101 t
)Baylesi Rich, Folk's Block Bay street. xo.si tf MELLONVILt 101 *> r
Medicine chests furnished aDd replenished with : < 181
having on board the new locomotive the raising of fruits, cultivation of dina, has arrived at5Broek's Ship Yard care and accuracy at short notice. 101 *. -l. i r.'I.

" for the Tocoi and St. Augustine early vegetables for the Northern market and will be hauled upon the marine Also on hand Fancy Parisian Ornaments, pUb NEW ADVERTISEMENTS., lOt" .? ..0 101"101. '-.5 r ,..

Railroad. She also bad on board a must before)long, employa heavy'capital railway for repairs. and toilet), Lubio's genuine tlaCll.. Soaps, &c't MEIXONVILLE,ORANGE COUNTY.FUL, 101 Ml Y lot -- !t

email steam yacht for Mr. Lyle of SanS ind a large body skilled gardeners The 2Gth Fnst. is set apart for a day ,boughtai- Orders&om-a js Rue ditranm St. Anne'filled,Paris and;forwarded promptly; PRIVATE BOARD..' ; ** 010101010 D&D OJ01010101lOloooooooooooooooooooool 101' S

To such result conventions of farmers So-5-rr I. L KITE.Proprietor. 01lOloo
Iateo .._ a of national thansgiving. There are Thirty years* experience and, having for seventeen THE STICKNEY HOUSE DAVIS&Duw.oolOl t .

Personal. must greatly contribute. We trust ,the some nationals who won't feel like offer- years of the time given personal attention to the purchase 1ol.1.---O---401 101 lOloooo Fvsjrrnmm_lot

present assemblage will work harmoniously ing many thanks.A and importation of Drugs from England and BY MRS. S. A. DAY. It 1 tOL101 .

.'. A. Peck, Esq., after a pleasant I France) warrants the belief that entire satisfaction win HOLLAND. 101 lOIooo Waxv.woe olOl
and that it 'may be succeeded by sidewalk has been laid from Good board at reasonable rates. .101 10J L ",101 ,
new aft who'may favor wfth their kind J
.be
nt the North for a couple of given to us attention. Liberal terms made for those dewing to make a permanent 401 10191010 D ft ETOIOIOIOIOI
sojourn others which will'' alive the inter-
keep the Brooklyn bridge southward, to the ., J. ,. Gum&Co.' st'y.D il-ti-jm WATCHMAKER AND 101 101 101 -101

'ecU, has returned home. est that is only just beginning to arisein Riverside shell road. The enterpriseis n-7tf' Druggists.Bay St.,jac&ioolflc;Fla JEWELER, 101 101 101 101 101 101 '101 101* "

Adjutant-General Varnum and Col. scientific of P. JOHNSON, IIOMOOPATHIST, 101 101 '
a th3rough system agri- due .to the exertions of Mr. F. A. 101 101

Martin of Chaltahoochee, were in the culture amongst us. Akin to .this Is an Styles. M. C DWIGHT. ATUT. Has removed his office to Mitchell's new building. S,' 'Corner. Pine' and Bay. Sis., 101 101 101 101 .....IVI JOI". '4iSv' -

city last Monday. enterprise which is about to be under Studio in room No..t, r&'s.bui1diDC. Bay north side of Bay street,between fJewnan and Market, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA., .,. 4. 101 ..l< .m
Canova & Acosta have broken out street,Jacksonville,r. .. nearly opposite the Post Office. u-titf :,: $101 101
taken by two of our most enterprisingand Portraits! painted; from lire or small, faded or defaced ,.- :-' ; ,101. 101 _
of Schedule.It in a new place. -.They'will soon a 101 101-
Change scientific citizens, and which, if it open likenesses restored enlarged and finished in India FOR ,SALE OR .LEASE. New Jewclry Clock's 'Watchcs : .-...101 V ,;; : :- rumored that we are to have a fine stock of groceries on Bay street, in Ink,water, or oil colon.all sues.. Prices reasonable. -
is believe it will will be "
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succt.eds. as we VALUABLE HOTEL Diamonds Plated and : -I
the store recently occupied by Mr. B. Satisfaction guaranteed. PROPERTY .
change of schedule on the railroad andriver highly remunerative to the proprietorsand Also, Solar Photographs, from.ioxta to life size, Solid Gold and SiI-. .. t ',- '.

boats. Mr. II. S. Haines,General a source of wealth, to the entire Tb beaut. either from life or from small pictures, a styled work IN THE,s1oth-a1, : q yer-Ware,, etc. :- THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTED

Superintendent of the Atlantic and Gulf State. -Charles Sumner's last/words were, never before done In''Jacksonville First-class work U THE'SEA 'ISLAND 'HOUSE,'situated in Bean- IN THE '
SOUTH.
Railroad Mr. D. Walker, Receiver of take care of my Civil Rights BilL" warranted at prices lower than any travelling agent can ton S.C.will be leased, or sold at prirate.tale, on ,- .
terms which win eivcutuEtctioa..This ; ; -
offer and the work done here there b risk of
being no
Jacksonville Pensacola and Mobile The Thefatut' Building. Recent elections would justify the supposition property b delichtfiiily on the banks of DIAMONDS, 'PEARlS! AND JPRE- ,,. .
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the ,
of dead absent friends Is -
losing pictures or ,as frequentlythe
STONES
CIOUS ET IN
the Beaufort river and
comllWlCb a fine view of Port
Railroad and several other railroad officials The enterprise of Mr. Thebaut whichis that the bill has been emphatically case in sending them away to be enlarged.- Sam Royal harbor and surrounding sea! .FINE GOLD. 5''i.; '7

taken care rOur exhibition studio. tf "As a Winter Home for invalids and tourists Beau- Parlor RICH PLAIN. a amber
Mitchell ( pies on at n '
consultation with similar that Mr. Sutou '
were in Captain to of ton offer attraction superior to then found at any 'Suits.
friend J. L. Butch baa other point on the Sooth AU-uulc coast,and equal to ". Parlor and Chamber
described elsewhere in this will Esq. '
Brock to ,
Jacob endeavoring perfect a
paper, BEWARE any In the vicinity of Jacksonville, Fla., with which .I.iiWl Lttten! Monograms, tz1IIFtltto Suits. Suits.

new schedule by which the trains and be finished about a in month. Mr. The- made a venture in the marble and slate Men.Women and CKHdrni,Halt I place II has close communication by rail,and the New :. .ngramng dime at'tit Partop SuiIS.:. ;SUBSTANTIAL. -- York, Port Royal and Fernsadlna Steamship Line. .
boats can run in connection. The present baut's block is situated on the corner of business, not of juvenile! character, but Right about face and come in, The hotel was enlarged in (873 and Is now la excellent ; 'art & mourner. ,. Parlor Chamber.
At Bucky's: yon find without fault repair. It contains thirty-five huge and weUVentilatcd Suits. FURNITURE. > .Suns
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schedule of the railrtiad Is decided. Forsyth and Nvwnan streets, adjoining for tomb stones, and,other ornamentaland AU heart could wish,from a Suit to a Pirn.At rooms,many of them being m nut*.and a din .. .

ly pnu factory to the traveling publicand the Metropolitan Hotel. This building, useful purposes. See his advertise- his Great Southern Bazaar ing-room 38 by 7S fcet, adjoining which is a commodious -
kitchen contalng a large stationary range. Standard time by Chronometer : '{
the citirens. If the Savannah train also compries three stories, of which ment. :The most fastidious he's sure to please; All the appointments of the building,the attractive rated 'transitobservations. ',': : *- y' 1 '
Even the children aU Huzza. surroundings, the .rapidly Increasing importance 01 by
could arrive early' in the morning, in the first is to be devoted to the use oftOIt.s And sounds of word music floated cry Port Royal, the direct railroad communication with all We. are"prepared to offer our stock at
Go and -
ly to Bu-ky's Vs, ,
carry your -
the cities North and added
large South to the tct that remarkably low prices, :
time for the daily river boats, the comfort each store being nineteen feet on the midnight air. and echoes of dancing For be keeps the best stock of Gent's Furnishing dI this Is the only fint-class hotel in the vicinity, render _. jj

and business of all would be more wide by furty feet deep. There is also To be found la our little city; this one of the most desirable and profitable investments ) \: :
and made wakeful
feet merry laughter in the South. For information as to terms,addreu
Coats paD.'V csHalS and Shoes complete,, i AGDT FOB THf CBtZBBATBO BOKBL AIOCOCKTOISIXE > '
bcnefitteJ. We schedule in the floor feet c-.iuiMIIr.1f/1M Fndm 't S.b'T. Cf., : ;
expect a new ground a hallnfay eight of Market '-:0D'AVIS'&DLETW-
the denizens in the WATCH.
vicinity -
At J. D.Bucky's Reed Block. Bay street. WaiktHfian,D. C, .
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Till be brought out in ttn days. wide and forty feet In depth, from whicha streets last Mqnday,night ,to-iStf Ii-n-at OrtJuirAgtmt at /rl..s. C : \ 9
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.11 handsome staircase leads to the
tipper
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
-Was it anybody's fault that the ,
The Moncrief Housi. stories. The, second floor comprisesfour Wm and a complete assortment of lumber dressed gTUPENDOUS THE'REP.U'BLJ' "
teachers of the schools'were not #, .
public
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and undressed mouldings,shiDg1cs;etc.,at the DepotLumber.YardU.
besides water closets ,
We stepped yesterday amid our re- large rooms notified when their schools CLASS MORNING BEALZKS? :
officially' .Orders to be.delivered at landings oa o A FIRST NEWSPAPER, .IN.

portorial rambling into the Moncrief and bath rOOms; the third floor I is divided were to be opened ? Was it a neslect the River receive especial attention.. : SACRIFICES DAILY HOURLY o Published hi the Bennett-Building Nassau and Fulnsi "' of FURNITURE. r .
Afl adi :
House corner of Forsylh and Pine into six rooms. Every, room in the second Address LOOTS].,BBCSM. streets.New York. ,. CARPETSMATTRESSESJWHITE J
of duty.on the part of any one that no ... PINE WALNUT s '.
streets. A very 'leant affair truly. and third stories will be provided f AIW'MOMENTARILY TERMS: mad CEDAR '
LUMBER .
made A HOME.A etc.JACKSONVILLE.
preparations were or accommodations BUY YOURSELF .>
A new Louse newly painted and kalBomined with,a marble wash stand and a hydrant, -' : : f 3 per year by mail;''18 cents per week,by carrier 110 .
secured for the.school or teacher VtLLA-srrx on St.John's river b oflered for sale 3 cents per copy. SS

new furniture, new carpets as well as supplied' with gas. On'' the ? One of tin'a desirable places in the vicinity of Jack i FLAL ,
Mayport '
floors tbo rooms Into two sonville, containing d acres-about I acres ready for JJSPOUD O. THE REPUBLIC.
tew bedding, new queensvrnre, new upper open

silver, new tverything. The proprietor large halls, one running East and West, _The.young man ,of elegant leisure of planting.Tax New For SOUTH.particulars,apply' at the counting-room.- Jtf AT THE GREAT SOUTHERN ,..Ii. ; HAS cnARMsf j

Messrs. Evans and Haynes are the other running North and South. and profane conversation usually termed BAZAAR I i. ALL THE NEWS OF THE.' DAY." MUSIC.

'loafer,1' and the ice water bummer i .1 .--f d'i.S .
FOR RENT.A -
; also the proprietors of the Seaside These rooms designed for families, Being: complete in all bs departments, aDd furnishes .,
House in Atlantic who can thus have all the comforts they will' soon*cluster around the friendly good store,located in the finest business portion prompt and ample reports of, S ,, .- _.,I1Ji 0 '
city. When wejtx>ked the business- of the city of St.Augustine; we3 adapted for any business. ; 'S.' NOTICE.
stoves of men. v 'PR'ICE"REDU'CED. ;
it the manner they are fixing rjjiYhlngs arc accustomed to In Northern cities.an .- Best location in thf city. Rent lao per month. dTY'L'-TELLlGDCE 5' ,.r. .

f we were satisfied that they kiiew bow advantage we venture to say they .Among the arrivals at the, Grand Address James M. Byrne St. Augustine,or Wml c. Underwear BUCKY.wiO: Blankets pledge to Overcoats sell Clothing'Gentlemen's'Cloaks, Talmas. FOREIGN AND DOMESTICHARKETS, ; : .. .fl .

to keep a hotel. A considerable addition will not be slow to appreciate and avail National hotel last week, was Mr. Jas. Coopet Jacksonville._ .1044* im.M Coverlets; Trunks, Valises, bilk and Fur Hats, anti AND POLITICAL AND GENERAL EVENTS t- -v4, -' S
VHV HHMWW -*. '
E. of Atlanta Ga. the Southern MH. myriad of other articles too numerous to mention, IN ALL.QUARTE.IlS. THE BEST IN THE
WORLD.
attached Tate .
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themselves of. To this ,
-liu-hcn, cisterns, &c., is about to building are MILL, ,_ : :c ( .

be made: the cottage adjoining the hotel a large water tank under.tbe roof, manager of the Western, Oil Companyof Wed located on the bank of the St.Johns river and AT VERY LOW PRICES. Ocean Through Cable.its Special Correspondents" by Telegraph, and : .' .-:- ,.- T -.,"ft

St. Louis Mo. We ''understand he McCoy's creek to be leased to responsible parties by .
proper is to be in thorough repair and a cistern holding 5000 gallons. S. 5' <"' 'S' S I. .
put S
the month, ,or to parties desiring to saw by the Special care will betaken to render the Republican T'IME
ihe year LAST A LIIE
WILL :
of 'a
here for
the old fences to be taken down, Verandas extend all round the building was purpose buying thousand. Apply at the ONLY CALL, Bureaus at, S .1

both floors. large quantity pf turpentine and rosinto S S :":.'::,,
and replaced with new, in short evf ry- on upper Altogether OacuLATiwo Ltasuurr. as others ba. done and be convinced that Cheaper ASHL'iGTON'D ALBANY S ..- ,-
be shipped to St. Louis. -- Bargains'can be obtained and with greater saiisfaai-'. Complete' '. ',,
thing U being done to make this a a valuable improvement to our growing Polite imerotiiig and thoroughly rcUablc .
gem CIGARS and attentive Salesmen' to wait upon everyone .
oft hotel. and. unless we greatly mistake ke, a -Little Bessie Baker swallowed and small,at FINANCIAL i' .
It will be opened in a few city. a Imported domestic and sf their.owl manufacture great NEWS \ ', 0 4... .o .

weeks iad we trust its energetic pro. capital investment. Success to it. shingle nail last Monday. The digestive can always be had,a better article and eta' lower pricethan THE GREAT SOUTHERN BAZAAR. Such as the transactions the Stock Exchange,lloney 3.: J.C'SHONINGER j /" : .>

other la the Gato& Co's LA it-Ttf Market Banking, Insurance and other interests that -
place city, at
refused
prietorjvjll realize a full measure of organs indignantly, to perform any come under this important head,win be made full and o. U. CD.DUTU': ,1L..J

success. :: The ,CltJ. their customary functions. Pain ,en- FaveriU L. KEENE-, complete. S '; '" \ t i-1b; ; : ,. S

Now
The New Mitchell Building. for our people to get their sidewalksand change occurred. A change of diet is Many on rising fa the morning complain of a head- FLA.s Criticisms On Music the Drama Painting&.,wul be S .., j. '.. :'"'.: : f' .;

Ve paid a visit, yesterday, to the new streets la good order for the winter. good, Bessie, bat don't eat any -more from ache or"Tuflts"feeling stupid.Mammoth. A fountain glass Vichy l in La Favorita or,KIssengea BAY STREET'j JACKSONVILLE.: ; ; ./-: +' t regularly given impartially prepared by practiced pens. ::1 N. DAILY USE J v ''

taildttS f Mr. G. W. Mitchell SitUated nails. DealeriaFANCY SMIL'CINERSY THE EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT ._ .,4:
The piles of dry goods boxes,. barrcK all such unpleasant sensatiuns. 61rlr.llETEOROWGICAL -

on Bay 6 street a few doors east of &c. that obstruct sidewalks on Bay -The authorities : ,, t While distinctly recognizing the political principles of ,,: >;u,;!:
city are building
} and rendering an earnest and fomisteiit support to the The best musical talent. of tha 'CIIWItrT. ncoIUIeIIII '
CWnaL Although thi fine building street and Forgyth street 'should be' re- a'bric 'wan two feet thick across Liberty REcORD Republican party.will,with competent assistants and .
tai for a considerable time Observation taken at 7 A. W .r-J: if.aad g r.M. AND; DRESS GOODS. contributors take the more general_of journalistic these Organs.' The nicest and. best. .More,for rI
urge employed a moved. The broken sidewalks should street where it intersects Bay street daily,by the Signal Service U. S.Army,ia thai city. duty that belongs to a complete newspaper.. money,and gives better satisfaction.'lha any other

force of mechanics it is not yet be'repaired or replaced by new and sUbstantial on' the water lot. The object of this : = .4j it Has just received from New. York a IUD assortment of Address THE I 5 'N "II '
REPUBLIC made the
.q J e completed, and it was not until we ones. The plank crossings of wall is to the washing of ? the above named of the 1.0w They comprise. .1
1041 .
prevent away ot.U Ew11 t 1 --- New York Or/ I "' I '." ,

inspected the building and saw the Bay .street,.which have, long .been. so the embankment, which has 'frequently 1. I AND 'FASHIONS. 'Eureka*, Centerto- Orchestra" a.....Gra1U.....
I LATEST STYLES
al14"f f ?
nality MPORTANT TO EVERYBODY.
of i
the tWfinish.that we appreciated covered up by sand that they cannot be occurred. during heavy rains, ;to the J P..I I I I _" ;. .i
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length of .
time it has been undersay. distinguished and ,so, are of. no use. danger of passers by. Sat. 7' 30"' .:.71 ::52 E ;, Brisk ,-.i6 CTdy Also_ ,'*too aisortraent of bales'sad gentlemen's la'the S '

The building is three storied. should lie swept and kept clean. If 1)0.2. 79 79 NE Fresh 0.00 I'd, .If you with a genuine i' artick" *' v>way-fr,' Cigars Dustrated" 'CataIoIIICIIC, Jar mail postpaid.. >. any
On -We think our neighbor, the Union, 'd ., JOII 76 65 NE rrtsh ajoo' I'd, '
the GLOVES. .. .' address npoaappikatiaa to ,,
KID
ground floor are rooms for four .4 'Gentle Wlacs.Lbraors,& ..go to .
thestreets. E FaIr '
nothing more can be done for 9 JO.I9 69 84 -ojto "
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mistaken the '
Jww, each 20 feet wide by GO feet in be illuminated -.!slightly as _subject* of the ).. 9' o.,6 65 83 calm ojoo Fair' ,< :: ;:',. TOGNL. :". B, SHONINGER'co.., .
themselves at least. they can .4 08 AenUe'oco purchased admits
Herald Pratl's discourse before tie Fruit .s jo v7o 63 SW O'dy My atock having Wen so recently ,
depth; the ceilings are lofty and the of winter .4 9 39.14 61 79 calm 0.00 Gear of being sold at exceedingly '' "S NewHavea,CoaL
the
during long nights Grower's Convention. Instead of"Whatcan Tues, 16 7 TP 16 63 U calm ojor Fair' .

Apartments it b the handsomely finished. But with gu. Anything that makes our be done in Florida," we are Informed 30.09 Ij 46 S Gende 0.00 elevation Fair LOW PRICES. ." ".If you wisti to.take recreation ia a good game.o : '.FOR.. .SALE. OR RENT COUNTRY., ." :. '
upper stories that the Barometer corrected tor temperature and. -,. .. '. ..<. '
display comfortable the : J..J
city more to t. \ i Billiards .''
young ,he will read his latest novtUUe ,go to] Saloon Bayuzeet. I' '

l'he peculiar IeCond features of this fine block. strangers,'will well repaytheoutlay ,in- essay entitled. : "No 'Nailed:,Kick. the MARINE! .}: itrELucENcEARRIVALS . J9KU11. .and. soc.'Irdi .11..aa I. .F 0 _R., I SALE. ; ,'; ;
floor is -,
divided into thirteen curved in securing it. Well built sidewalks -
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Blind Alligator Boy; and other bloOd- COR SALE. .
rooms; these are arranged In writes for and well lit streets, are' conveniences ; AND LLUANCES'AT THE PORT' OF Imported Bass'Ale'draught. Call fbr.lt at J.BTOGNIS VERY CHE'APItntf
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the curdling Alligator t i. ; l JAbBON LLl,, LORIDA. .
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convenience of families each suite which our Northern friends are .\ 1.' AlBTVALS. ., RIVERSIDE HOUSE. ,at the MctropoEtan BUQard Saiooa. TJtru-tmaO Farms neartJu. City tumts. '
-The Unlon'.Joca1 is "
Beating of one front and two back so accustomed to that,they find it very reporter a geo Nov 7 Schf Jacob E Rtdgeway Townsend N Ti JACKSONVILLE. FLA.WctT .'-, ONE OF TEN :. ,>, S
room Some grapher. lie evidently is well up, la ", -iua-A Hooch Barles York j
New. .
: of '
these i 1'7 '
suites are already reconcile themselves their residence Seared land so other improvements-, >1'
bard to to for S-'pdftte or into ; -
adapted a
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9 Sir CIty Point Fitzgerald Charlrttnsi S, CARD.JAcKuo.mLLt
taken latitude and His latest
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longitude. -
and we observed! wenl Tery absence. The Mayor is doing what be XBAKAMCm. class boarding house. Two stories with mansard roof. A ONE OF TWENTY:ACRES; ,;"
achievement Is the location in Is ileeiug roome.I acre Isad. orange & TheSnest '
eautituUl furnisbed. The third floor baa the in'order l! the citizens Tampa 0 Nov ,SIr Dictator Vogd Charleston S C c ud cheapest pieced p.oerty II this .FLA.. March sist 1174. Lbovt fiOecn acres In culthntlc. joo ape vines and
to city1
.fcteen can put \ Europe. Old people used to think It 7 Schr CaMs S W'ebb HOIIWI New Yorl vivuuiw.1- Price bIc1udiDc' alIou& w.raiture -- worth '-- fruit trees: nnderdraiaed;clay subsoil' ; 'one of the best
rooms. A handsome staircase o come forward voluntarily' and 10 -.WardweU. Bergman N w York IJOPOO. half cash, balance:in COP-and two THE SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COM- puces for gydeaing. : *
was1 in Florida. But since the Union'slocal
Jfci massive rail, LJ Just receiving the ] Ida aid in the matter not J yauL o.U TWENTY'CZZS"Abont
cheerfully has'said HOtEVARRIVALL'GRAND PANYwffl a few days appoint a State Agent for
It we must even believe kolaaca t .
.nlahiog tuB four'aaa.1& caMvatiosv gao< pi*
touches of the builder.. The to be driven or coaxed to do I NA110NAtCio.McGuaBT.P For pudcufus..wA. .
waiting woods road
F. STYLES. oa King's AIfJ
entire block Etjissp. Those who would like 'to take; Fl rlda. In the meantime I wUl conduct its manageAB COLLINS.Dcalrt
will be for all II for Ceo P Hswley. scbflaadurss.P1yiiioikI.d; Mrs J1a.If CC. .
ready after chiefly '
ba occupancy athing which < quick trip to.Europe, have only to go: AC HaWIeI.chtd aDd Nurse Plymouth lad: DrJ W 1a Jacksonville RWersid,House . fa Raal Estate. ',Bmkfiac.. Bay St.JJEALTH .
few November the
J very days. We understand their own benefit. Merriu Athens Ca t H-A Magee, TaUahassee EfPalatka DOt laid by .
,.
and take-iLe.lt be during the.&er.s a first das private
that mer for will
two of to CedarKeys giciton i-Vf Lee Aptborp Tallahassee Ma'Daiicy kept comnruntcatiuiis directed ,an of
the to me Henry
stores are already be- left' MenJer,,'*tr Mereicr New York; Ghana joardiag house, 7/sw.w6m WEALTH,.J
Mrt
Poken; nor do we much wonder at'it The ,Best Plan Tampa. ,Frederick Bettfclinl HoughtosO.kagolfls Ceo Eegjest.. and wife Jack- L'Eogle, Secretary,of the, Jacksonviua Braach. wiS 11. :
W Woodward ; ;
1or'1'athpaonFr1day evening last, and IOIt Mcb: D.E Ma wcU j Fenaadiaa: ,' ,
2 te location 11''a good one for bnst- guide to this State H S Haines M JlimaSavanaahgWaikeefB W'ANT'E'D. receive due attention.I r -AND1f
For
a strangers' the Union informs us that he ai.gone Papy Maj Geal Vamum.-TslUhassee: t C HoUeagcrrernaadiaa

The has been in shape by Mr. John L. ; CotM Martin, Ouuahoochee; J M fil- A ladf graduate,erperiencedta teaching and sUbdla J H. MILLER. : 'S : --l'r5'.4 )
put ; who wanti to I
; Idea of thus providing suites of'r'jt&ntll to Europe go to Europe wood DesMaines lows| Cpt M k Mark*ora.Co.. RECREATION U ,.
Edwards, who, keeps a General Ticket gentlemen I Hon E J JohnsoaLC Dennis Lake City .Prwt.l'ap drawing aad paindDg,'derires a situation in Florida. 4tf ". GaL.el Apda.DaJmonJs.IIusdes..DeI JO
finished sad S C A W Fulton Boston Mass. -S'S,.
;
apartments a pub wlIcponRoyal : ; .' :
lic and Information Office in, the BookStore 'Address. '- A.EWING. '
and central : cat BUCKY'S.RANGE LANDS FUR ,., .}
business portion of the JACK LACE 1A jaci.&cztt. Co1111PtJ, New'York 'J
of C. L. Mather & Co,, on Bay ,-.a. tit Va1aISc. County, <
dry,with tILl and other similar conveIlencies will contain all splendid' MMttaeBt. ( *cv ttjrte.J.GkLaci.very NATIONAL. BANK BOXES. ORANGE GROVES;' COLONIES -
Laord. It FIRST' O
street near 1owJcCaDat r : '
Ja an ; : FARMS 'MARKET-GARDENS
enterprising and BUILDING.A.G.CHAPPELi ,
wlfl unless one. matter of Importance to strangers and i i-i i if .FvkcxcoTT.'BmnicT&Co. OF FLORIDA. BOAT I have material sufficient to'make near o onD&8 '
f we are greatly mistaken boxes. This saaterial is made of uniform sue by BMU VILLA. SITES,' TOWN;.

pT asremnneraaFe to the residents such,ai State matters churches ". MATTINCI I MATOMCJt ,MATTING I,tt, . J asp!; : u : cb mak1DI a boa which,will bold tw.hundred LOTS. '
itwili owner as weather record steamboat of White Owdi liadic j .;: BAY STREET;near the Cable crossing.JACX.SONVILLE, average abed oranges. WUl be sold cheap. ,
i lodges Kolk ud r dw lit -'S Ib
be *dv JOG acr per I"17'. .IM Apply. at the Boat Shep of A. G: CHAPPELL.ostt '
ntSeon
to the ,FLA. FOR SANTORIVS GRANT.
aWn who many railroad schedules, &c. Wo can- dIM ever. Tbe BMH' munlfr-cia ctylc" ever. laaded, Eaysrwe.Jadhsonwdle., SALE ON. ,- : '

'Iend come here every too highly commend it. .: lufcMtvflle. C*B at Exchange on Savannah and New York.sold and.Li. oeserrptW tf Boat baBt la the most'substaaalasdsUllfuiiuaacrr l.>MOOas.AGarr .i
the not 'Every sad of
Bknkets Covedets .1JSad ,
winter, but 'who are 'flatly ; 'JIIc1lGoT.flmmcT&Co.. change on aD Northers points bought. I will guaraatM isthtactlna.ANp every. .luCK quality y"S.I at Saaforf.
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h"td by the difficulty of obtain VSE THE' L' AT CURREKT. RATES, : YACHts I Boots and Shoes,neat and darabie,a*BUOnrANTED. <
of'Aldermen hare ROSR LOTION; SAIL13OTS !
) good'Board
pIfo MAY tONCRN
b1e houses of small we a! .anI of For. '*pp 4 tuutcU. To lie purchased at J.. H.Uv.1i DJXSCTOK'AlfD STOCKHOLDERS! are sufndsady well kaowa to warrant me ingiwiasasmyakil1usWockmt.a teferriagto T\VH011 IT 'X ; S

"hirlr like a 'easo'a') rent. We much to say about the non-payment: I","F"1 S ,." I r.Ta' Rime; -.. .. S t ;
the col JonwcL&s.1jq.. I have .(day charier! the Steamer OCK1AWAHA VVt '
LIp&k look at :
lor the enterprise 1I1e success taxes by other$ By a, ,, r> f CEDAR,KEYS Son F. E. Srnamt, W.'A McU Y-- 'I soa0wrSatieW' : to Capt. ROT DARDIS. The boat or A comfortable fcossewiB be p'v to a i3dVage Which it books we And that wwout of Utewhole OYSTERS hn.o 1l.fIQTOII, M.,J C.A. F tKCUtLO, UQ-,_ -. myself will act U jciponslhU far say debts he may or ddsrir lady, of cadoutned respectabCityi bs a quiet f?-
lector's
assuredly. deserves.. : 1 At:Fred.Betldiof Restaurant,Bay 1,Post-office kAM'l.RSMIIICTOSI,Es i-, DAMON rfwmrtmnr, : ', S / .28-FOOT YACHT f.,) contract far her '; 4' ." ;: eifUxirhood I* Sawk'J1erida.a mam fix the ia. '
.x .Aldcraanio o forcebaa A.1i., W. j d.. . $;'.L..YF'-tHL., flART.', hi 'raache ,of two cbdthi.S -
: DIdItJr.471. u4 coe&SJsYtn j w.C..&.'; it, BorrwKX., EstJAH 1I tdi''aMSL S '
*Od' t : ; .- .. ,. t, AAM/TF.st. fla*Level. Ffe. 'zuoyif
T. /j--ir': lsri "*V I ,-sF ,c. q" ,.pif PaIaIbi I1G.a'd74. "' .It ,
Yea 8t'e. amwe M7tc.4c.lvwd 1 .
,> ? gq 114 tax ae .J.t # ;u'A da07. .p41O.U jt, September 4,l74- ,.IE74 ,,' ". .
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'j' 1 THE,:NEW SOTJ'TH' .: S'E.Mi\VEE'K: IjACKSONVIL fiIWEtll'ESCAVi? ) ? NOVEMBER;ii/ 1874.S -

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-, The Florid Beach. 1 lishment and"he l tes'the' ; i '.
****" r (lowing THE SINGER, : : v MISCELLANEOUS :-' *- F -: .. nSCELLA."iEO -

Ul interesting facts in .connection with .., : t !
YOXSTPiXCflNU1OLMCOLSN.
t |?| t* > .
r the business profits of .this )colossal ; t, "' F r -

\ 't Our drift-wood fire burnt drowsily, m ill ionnaire : ; ; I : RID) A SAVINGS, BANK:

fcI' / The fog hang low afar I i: see it often stated that A. T. .. .'. ". ,. .. .

A thousand sea-birds fearlessly Stewart owes much'jf not most of his This company now having AND? REAL' EXCHANGE. -
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7/i j Hover p.tlOve' the bar; / world,propose to furnish a > : IESTAf ,
I ,Our boat ndiavrn far \lp theJllrapd. immense trade to newspaper advertising : .: :i : .: '. i ... 'P l( 6.J14.J ., ,

'4It S. Beyond the tide's long reach; ; and I have no doubt it is true. ,;,' .At" ,:G" : ; : OFFICE". BUILDING OCEAN STREET 1

; !Like a fringe to the dark green winter land, But it is not the only thing he relies jzpsviu.g.ha.JWyist; l s f /
Shines the I heb given of the i Incorporation of Tkt FbriJa Smf*Bank.f*t 41:01. _
Florida t.1
d ,'f ." silvery -. beach.. < upon to bring his' customers. ;His 7' place OfbIIMIIeIS In t cr Jacksonville. Jf Ld"
I' i retail establishment is one of the most I : .f.tip_. th Florida. Saving i 1 afford 1 those who..df caving their money the: 1.-
;Behind 1. the broad pine barrens lie ; It at a good rate of interest,to ba irvwted,under o of well-known citizen .. .... J
.- Without a path or trail magnificant structures in New York.ltcovers'a i r- $4 The' : home securities of well-known value, te I 51.

,si4., jjicfore, the ocean meets the sky whole blockand'fronts on I The rl hour for transaction Sa of busines*shall be f 9 o'cl a.m. to 3 o.'clock p.m H. RO.BINSON I
and on urdays until 7 o'clock p.
an hiday
;' Without a rock or Kail. I ; >f'-- four streets, yet nowhere on' it or FROM .la the book of the corporation and also in I book to he given to the de WHOtXSAL ft
IXTAft
,We call across to Africa about iHs there aiove'unequaleo'; will be evidence of his or her property. When money are withdrawn, this book must be
to'be twist t
:. ; : A' a poet called to Spain; seen any sign. for different machines to have the payment entered. Depositor may tab rat the money themselves or,in case DRUGGIST
Other buildings the neighborhoodare through ,It will be paid to their order property witnessed and accompanied by the book. Depos ,
( .A murmur of Antony Antony 1! at any time when called fOr,when there is a sufficient amount in the treasury uninvested; nib. HoegBloc*,. Day Str
The \ravtf f l.ring back j in refrain. covered with,signs-his.has none. ; practicable period,in the order in which they may be called for. JACKSONVILLE
's' .i. 4 -. ( .- There'are perhaps, four or five hundred are offered-to the trade' ,all at the rate of seven and three-tenth per cent(or two cents per day on f too)wnt be paid FLORIDA
}"ar' to the sooth thebesdsiines I deposit which shall have. remained i&ree months or more in the Bank to be added annually .. .
: on, employes in this retail and the Depositor/ J ""; ;;
.y : IoUed with store,, i :;;
giant shell -51
FOB, -A which
; ay account to nothing shall be added and which shan.fcave remained
; r ,. ,G>ral sprays horn the white reef.one, every one of them is required to tell : *year, shaH cease to bear, inler t., .
4. I the truth when ask ,: TO HUMIf persons die who own in this Bank the .
them Saving will be
Ra(1iateIpinycells; customers : FZFf F money money
-. ... .. '. -- y ; representative, KEARNEY'S
;'I: \ .:,tP.II"II".II"e crealures that ride the waves.' questions. 11 you'inquire tia' piece :. -,- Although la.-oIlicen'i1l endeavor'by all possible means;to prevent frauds yet all pay.
: ; Ii With azure nail and oar.1nd of calico shown will fade the producing the bank-book shall be valid payments to discharge the corporation. FLUID-
you ,
't \ ; 'J' DOWW TS.-Parents or guardians of minor children for EXTRACT
.; wjde-mouihed things from the deep tt44L mar deposit money a* trustees the
:. .JI caves. sea answer very often is a plump "yes. ;! : .' ,F F -until,they. becomef- age,interest upon which.may. be withdrawn annually or added to "
.,
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." ., ..' That melt) away on he shore.. : Any misrepresentation the part of .' .- INT Pun!-Deposit(n the Florida Saving Rank amounting to$70 during each year for* BUCHU

'/t' ''t. an employe is ,sureto :cause his discharge .,. ; will secure the depositor a cash payment of,poo at the end of the.term, or.proportionately !
;, AVild ducks as annual'depoaits. In case of mability to complete th* ten animal'payments, the depositor
gaze we pass along, This -:1(4)1I ,
f ; feature in Stewart'sbusiness I LF: >
," amounts already paid in,upon g ring three jnenihs'notice. together with the accned intno* .
r They have not learned to fear ; is rigidly adhered to and ." ,., .uoh"\e ordinary fiit insurance,secnre*live depositor against forfeiture of previous payment. I**<*Jy known remedJI
-' The mocking-bird keep on his song ,. easy method of providing a handsome endowment for II e future of parents,children friend ,F .
'I .'\ In the low palmetto near; there is but one price for each article.I Special deposits not to be withdrawn for ten years will entitle the depositor to
; "ih Y.: '{" ,thi amtntt tfnuk Jefotitt,payable in ten yean in favor of designated. BRIGHT'SDISEASE
A any person
r j. The sluggish stream from the cvcrgUde' man ignorant o(dry goods'may .
go. received
shall
M'. .t',. ": on deposit be Invested In first mortgages on real and personal property In ,
& }. t Shows the alligator's)track; there and tell them what, he wants ," Lo. : double the value,or In other ample collateral securities.

r ; 't" .And the sea is broken in light and shade and make'a with much : This corporation will act a* trustees lor the purchase and sale of real estate or the.renting And n positive reaed>fef
t purchase as estates an4 property generally. ,
.
: With the heaveof the '
dolphin's back.. ..fl-I '. : ; ; ,. SASl'L SPEARING
an
1-t' safety asa !lady deeplyversed}in : JOXATKA3f C. ORERLEV
". .:' I\ The Spanish J light-house stands' in'haze: the'mysteries of shopping Frolnjex-, ,.:: ,.:\ .". President ...Tice-j'alden(., Treasurer. GOUT> GRAVEL STRICTURK

't .J. The keeper trims'his : ,' ;.. F1. DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA '
light perience, I can 'testify that this .is i _. .
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;'I N.I sails he sees through the long, long days : : ; ;; : t : i' ... NERVOUS DEBILI. '
: particularly enforced and I regard it : F
;: No sails through the still still : :: : TY
night : DROPSY
; : '
,4f : as the strongest card Stewart' : ; ,
F 'tf. Rut ships that pass far out at sea, plays. -- ESTATEF: ,

;j Along the warm Glf streamj' On a recent visit to his store I was REAL NO -RETESTK)', 01t n

,r. ; J l: 1 From Cuba and tmpie.Carribee.r shown ,a' camel's hair shawl for : ,. '... VR1NE. IRRITATION.WrLAMATlO CO3rrilH\r C 0OR /
r f : '. Keep'watch for his distant which fort Ati .' / F :. ULCERATION OF THE. '
t't1 gleam. $5.000 was asked and ,
; ; numerous I : 'J..tj F ; ; '
: : :.;'. ones priced at $2OCO to SAVINGS. 'BANK AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
: $4,000.
Alone alone we wander on, ., F :- .t BLADDER
.If \ _L( ; AND
; -,1 4 In the southern winter day, The stock of camel's. Jiair and cashmere KIDNEYS
,"one of the finest residence 1 hi the Stale,with 'to of lanJ. she sheff ,
acres on road
I J Through the dreamy ,'eillhe fog has shawls for his retail. trade t one
cost Beautiful ,
spun : rive front tooac..bouse.Ia'ie viney rd,
grape too handsome
trees, SPE
'_ >"! > orange
'It' !it'
: 1fATOR.9U
.( a The world seems far away; 750000. In,'one4 chest-about the baa 19 rooms finished throughout la she 'fccM man,,. Double piaw. .Will be sold at Its* f&.
: ; 'The tide comes in-the birds fly low ..umIanIc5.--- on eary terms to close an estate,, ; -F .- ,
r size of a Jarge-sized gentleman's trunk of land.one toile northeast of the city,a r the'oConcrieSpnni shell road. Well tocatcd
Leucorrhoea
As if to catch THE SINGER ....
; our speech. or Whites
eues
: of
market Price .
garden tBe
,
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V !, : ; "Vii': Ali J -there,were. $200,000 worth of these \e'r'& Wilson ". i7.5o per acre. _' Gland Stone In tha BI. lde'. Pro.rW
.' Destiny IVhy must we ever go ..J .: : House[ Brooklyn'ten minutes walk from the center of the city. One acre of ground, dust and Colculus.Cra.rf.or.
s: f Away from the Florida beach ? shawls As'e'erythilig that man, Domestic_....,... ..___... ,.: House contain IS rooms, irt first-class order' Price Including furniture 1 10,000. Deposit Mucua or Milky DischargesKEA

p ;. : Galaxy for October..ttl woman or cbil 'needs' (except men's Grover Baker__._ lots weir located In the city Jacksonville. o-w-tf -
I' ,
/'S _____ -
outer garments) is kpt on hand, froni Weed -----.;_ : : I F '

; ResponsibHty of the Press. this Wilson..__.__.._. ; F --- RNEY'S.EXTRACT .
ingle.itenuf.shawls.. some idea Howe.. ...J.- : ; : .! SAVE' TJilfETAKE COMFORT

If ,:, J: : The press everywhere, and very of the' value' 'of his'whqle- 'retail i stockma' Gold Medal__.__.._ : ; I" I

li'. : : naturally_ resents a recent law which y. ..had., :.- WilcoxfcGlbbs. ....._.. : I ;: J BUCHU


"j; ,,1."'I"' s .is is believed instinctive 10;menace for the jrceuom.hand of arbitrary jnis! -- GENERAL DIRECTORY. OUJR, l; R T Permaneniiy cures all DueaMs diE,,

< .. ROYAL R. R. BLADDER. KIDNEYS. AND
\1 power is first laid upon the press.which STATE.OoTeruorM. Embodies New and Essential DROPSt
.y t. is the L. 8TEAHX8. ; : ;' CAL SWELLINGS,
Its (
public Action
tongue. at ;
ree. any :
.' Lieutenant Oorernor-r '
::1 dom is the palladium of $ocrrt cf St B.-VcLIN. :; :;1 : :. ;"OO.w. .
every truly ry tr8. p. : : tznitag io use,.wo and chUrip.
'4 .1 Comptroller : : '
A.
1.-,1 free government, and its utmost abuse, Tre'snter-C. II. FOSTER.COWG1LL. : 'J'. I' ." .-F

; Jr.'.! -is not an evil as great as the con. .Artornry&djutantOcnrial-JOUN General-WJI. A.VAR&'UM.COCKE. TEST THE I NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS.: ''l 'I NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE!
l : ,
'11 straint of its liberty. But while we Comm'r of Lund and Immigration'EAOAN.- ", i. F "I i. I

r" : .: :i shall all probably' Superintendent of PuMicIn.truriinn-J. OIBB3. ; "' : : ; :: .' Prof. StetJ*ay rOne loot TXtan.V -
.
this .
EM
j. ;; agree upon State tnglneer-M. H. ALBEROER. i, ( ; ; I .' unmet Lac&ttn won '
acre thaoall
>
:) .and while the chief advocates of the SCmEMK combined." Wtct J.du

'. F' '. ;Law in question deny that they cher Chief Just icc-E. M. RAND COURT.) LL. Besides the WORLDS FA :. ;: : rs make Close Price One Dollar
Connection EUcfc
per ,M Sis ,
Sr
:.; ish any hostility to the press nothing AMocute JustioM. -J. D. WESTiXTT, CLARK'S P. N-'T.SPOOL Dollars. r Fs
If.D.VANVALKE nEnO. SINGER'S .
i.1j' is more notorious than the discontent Clerk-LTMAN B. FOSTKICcrncriT !
.1j : ACME I'M 'THE.SAVANNAH DEPOT'104. DUANE ST..SEW *)RK.Phjsktan .
.of COURT. F
many public men with the inces- SINGER'S'

J. '. ,.1 11' t'' sant vituperation and 1st Judicial Circult-'W.. .W.:VAN NESS, Pensacola. 1 ? F A In attendance to answer
t' t misrepresentation
2d" P. W. : easrespuJeaea
WHITE,
Qu'ncr. & CHARLESTON and give advice
.1 ; ; gratis.M15&D .
"I.. to which they are subjected i in I 3d .. Wm BRY8OX, Lire Oak. '
: : 4th .i n. AKCIIIBALD, Jackson- :
;:. !the newspapers. The point is well I Tille ,The I : AND! F STAMP roi JAUIHUTOTO nar.'ia
;i' 1 :) worth 6ih Judicial Cireult-J. II. OOS Ocala. : ,
;; considering whether the press, 6th" .
.. .:,; which in its 'Zth". J.TMAOBEET.mpa. : f -.
.1' comments constantly J. W. PRICK Enterprise.H No. 172 ;
ROYAL ,
; I RAILROAD .
; '
presents so lofty an ideal of F THE
public
i. :} '. ;:; life, does all it can to make that ideal I 'DVVALCOUTL' i GEORGE, ,IV. .1; ,

I:. .t', .. .. j racticable. Indeed, the impartial I II Clerk County of Judge-W.Court.-OSCAR VrLEAN.IIAKT.tbberiff __ io-i7tf Atlanta; Chattanooga, Memphis, 'Nashville Louisville, Cincin- j NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED

t';. 4.. i reader- the -JOSEPH H. DU H KE K.Htate r j'j'I' Chicago. and all .points North SouthEast and West .
:: namely,, intelligent, and Solicitor-T A. McDONXKLL. -- ; ,; '
; .i discriminating p rSon ,who i is now County Koliator-CU IL SUMMERS. : -! i i..: V. F : f F .'. F OF BOTH SEXES.NO .,
Trea.un>r-J. W. '
.li
: 8WA.IM.Aes
penning these, lines-must often ask .or-J. C. ORKELKY. LEAVES DAILy 'CHARGE .FOR ADVICE AND COXSUc

j -l. ;! himself, as he rises from his daily feast C IIOT-ETEII JuXES. .. ., -_"-' .. AT. 9.30 A. .M.. TAT10N. .
Sup-iintendent of 8ch-x ; .
:; F. M AVTBET. .
: .of the newspaper, whether it does not Auction !-J. L. Burch J. Hemming,M. A. 'f.n: :! i : ;; I' .'. ,:; ,,; -
: ., 1 that DzialJnallL. HOLDING TICKETS BY D.. J. B. DVOTT.
.s em the great-journal is OTHER LINES, CAN GET THEM graduate of Jefferson Media
quite as >
.
Publici .
Jobo O.'ltanel
otary -
F. B. Knapp, T. : College Philadelphia,author of
: 4, much intent ,upon, maintaining the & Kelts., O. P. Cooper, Chat. M. Bummers W. O. -(thereby; avoiding. delay j in Savannah. ) .AT" ; can be consulted on all diseases several of the Sexual valuabiwoilia ir tri.
Jf'frJ, Ed1lin'lItg1in, Wm. M. Lmwith. K. M : i ; _, anr Vrgans .consistency of its : JKTJOvl[ : 'rf' Fl ( F mode aa especial'MUC$ )
11+ own expressed opin C 'l\f'l'To'.. U.Maxey J. W(Svaim.-.Grangfr, : .4:1: : ? '. : .; either i la male or female no matter from wbat
I aUIoe I
:t;:"ti ions J Jtnrki C. Cudnngton; "V.LC..anl.W. "j I S. TICKET : iginatiftg or of how .
upon public men and 'measures Wbltuey. J.C. Oreeley. .J : ; :; ;.QE. E' : ::: : years enables him long standing. A pnctic of 3*
: to diseases
t' treat with
: "' ._ success. Cnei
that : : .
p .as upon securing lofty conduct County Uommlnfonen-Mllea Piles. Fortune, : ,1 .t guaranteed. Charges reasonable. 'Those at a distant
;. ; : II. II. liorg,T. 8 Eolls. K. Jonea. ; aLrlULL.: VANNAH J can forward letter *
r. whirhit REET. S 'GAJ. ','
/ symptomsand
sostrenuously, commends. Juitlova of the l'ea. I : : ewJojipj
e-W. W. .
Samtwon, W. A. \ Stamp to
,. pay postage
i .! ,1.f" This course Indeed, is natural 1' Bummrrall, C 1'. Toirnwnd.'Henry 0 Tiwn. Jamea 6 F. 4. F ,.

; ,. :j enough because if its judgment be Coan).'WilMll.A Buenlng M. 1",,Chxrix-U.Wui." Gordon A..H., J.Pbilip F. Kolliua. VT.,L.J. ... .'01.: ) ; ;. .Send for the.Qaids ta 1!; itA. Price 100.

: W. UebaKL .. RELIABLE INFORMATION LFURNISIIED.
::1-i I discredited [ ,
its .
I influence '
js imperjled ; Surveyor Chm. F. Smith. I ih. ; t B. J. DYOTT M. D I.
: '
:
: ,
and '
-
: the ;'HIH. '
: as press' constantly expresses Inxpoctori of Lumber-H. M.'Moody,IU W.Cone -,
,::r" the most J. Trie v Jr. ; ; ,.D.AI1Y FAP.ER 'Physician and Surgeon, 104 Duane SC.Y.T."PROSPECTUS
positive opinions upon the ConMablri-O."U; Mys. S. VTilton J. Smith.'J. "'J J J'} : ,

k lJ: :i i most inadequate or even inaccurate! J. Furbra Jmm Lane J. 11. Brown.CITY -F i wlng cities on file every day;, FREE EVERYBODY: Boston *
,
.J.I formation', and apparent consistency OF lACKSONVILLE. I. I I L'-. ,' ; : YorK Philadelphia, Baltimore. San'.Franciscp: Chicago, -
i < i ..SuLouis Cincinnati .F'- -
I OF
: THE
often and
requires it :
to in manyothers.
f persevere conscious Mayor-PETEBJOXE3. ,.- .- i .j' .
: \ "
,F
error. A iwmen-B. A.THEBAUT,'LI'K. W. BOOTS NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD
journal often wishes DENXT.A.J. : ; : t Sure Connettions\via'the.
; ; Port .
i.1 _. Undoubtedly, that it had not taken WK.K RUe'SELL.'W.WlKTDOUOLAK.WU.M.BOST.U I FLKMINO JACOB HUFF, AJ-J. ." ', : ; >;,. ., .F !t Royal' Railroad._ : ,. ,
,: : j ; ) ,the .PQsiti D which it has but BENTLET, ft. B. IIUEBA11D. iF .F.4 F -F; 'F JAiltS! CORDON BENNETT
taker, !: ; .
.
Varabal-E. FORTUNE.cicrk .FF t; /.1 t."i'' ,rHorsisroK..Broadway .
F : -F' .
:
: .
which : "I'I ., .. ,
having taken, It mu tjnain- -w. ji. CHKISTT: : ; ; ., '-
p .tain. "I Trciuarer-CJIAR. FRIDEKBKRO. ;.,. -: '. JNO- W.FFHOW': -
.
"am very sorry, said an ANOr-C. B. SIMMONS j and Ann Sired
.editor, in effect "to have called Mr. Oollpct or-FH 1 LI I* WALTER. : 'I'F The .
; : WEEKLY i
HERALD published Saturday.
: : i '"V'Srmth a: liar"('a forger, arid ta thief;: City Clerk r of iy Mark,iclftnX*t-WM.DHEW O ARVIN, Jr. ,' of. :1* :-' I ; | Y. & HO WELL, )rice:.-at five cents per cOp Annual .subtcnpUM ererr.

.;. verry sorry indeed ; but having done A ; ;: : ., '. '. .' .. ., .- '. ,., OaeCoy, > |>

..sI; so, of cours;,I must stand to it." He VAW\tC v. .- ? .. ESPECIALLY, J ( ,i: ..WHpLESALE, RETAIL DEALERS'INoTsv Three Copies, .eo ., j
Rolomon Lodge No.20-. BOWM, W.Hi; Chan. ) : : Five Copies .. I
4 had a theory notonly that a journal Eliot fee.; II. Koopmtn,TRMM.* ilU'guVur niceiing; ", ; Ten Copies! > .., is
:I should seem to be infallible but that In and DoTnl Lode 1'0. le-K Waigato W Mni. H. f 'r 'J *< r i j ; Postage five cent per copy for three months-.
i: : ; he could persuade its readers that ,it W..tcr. See.; D. Jonei, Tj-lrr. ttegular meeting*; And by strict attention to business Any larger number.addressed to names of subscrien >
'
r bt and M M on was so. But in'the very instance of 'JnckionvUle Chapter No.12.It.A.V-J.&!. : i ; ;1. : : ,. &_ 'BINDINGS.. ; An extra copy will be sent to every dub ores.u.l
; ; which he spoke everybudy knew that 11. E. U.p.; Ji.Bovra,8eo., D Jone,Ouard, Ktgttlr : Twenty copies to one address one fear, "'$. aa(*

IIIl'f'tlnlllaat ridny of each month. : ) : : ', '. : ... .any larger number at the same price.
,
I he was for Daiuan ; Two extra copies will be
wrong disproving facts Cnnmsndryo.2-J. :. Driggi E. i, sent to dubs oftwcoty.
p; had been published and his refusal C.: I>. C. Dawkina Recorder.' Bf gular meetings Irt AT THE OLD STAND; CORj'.. ; ] ? :! :assortment of-Ne\v Yor and Philadelphia fine These rate make tie WnxlT Hajuta the cheap-
.. and 24 ToendaTt ot each month. eslpubUcation la the country. "
,on hand. : '- F ," : ,Term cash i be
)acknowledge the truth j ; ; *>advance. Money sent by nail wd
ST .
showjrig; .
T"'Op'ICE&S. J, NORTON. : : at the risk of the sender.
:.i a want of manly candor, harmed jut tfrand )VutPw'-. J.!RnMcllarktonvlW..' r. Attorney al Law : ; : nJacksonvi11e'for ;Samuel Diinbar-'& :Co.'s 'A generous portion of the Wtaattr HWAIO win 110

41 Ornd Deputy ttutfor-D. O. Wil.nn Tallahaacee. appropriated to Agriculture,Mrticukurc,
f1oui91Pomology
,
'u journal very much more than his per- tr. Ontnd Warden-E. P. Jordan. Fernandma. "ro/'",' '' ',' iChiI ren'ls'Fine Shoes.; ', : I '".f I. and the management domestic animals

sistance in a slander helped its Jr.Grand Wardens-Is. ,. .onTiIi'. mail : : 'articular attention wilt be paid also to.Keports.01 die
reputation Grand Tr.asurtr D. L. by or express' to all' rtI1e'St "'
-1 Oakley.1I''DtJc..llo. : parts te. Markets .
of "
: infallibility.. Grand 4.cyearv-D.0. Davklns.Orand Jasck5onsile.,- .,' ', : : : ..! : V"r : "t. The aim wOl be to make the,wnxtv Huuu> sicrior ">

4 .. '.. :1 he Simple truth- -is that- 11 an cuitor Grand CbaplAln Tylir-David-Her.Jones John Jacksonville.rrnoy. <, ,, R'EF : I ;: I : ; ;:
+ : licks-judgment he cannot DISTRICT DEPUTY' : ( Every number of the Wuany 'will contain
I help GRAND MA8TKH8.liit : .. .. :; Ha>ALD
1 j; District : : a[select story and the latest and most important aew*
showinglt; and nothlngTs T plainer It. O. Alderman Marianna. .' I li9R."SJt.GuST, iiJ.
ML 24 ". Ueevea Cnauaboochec. ; J -. F of b p telegraph front all partS ot the world up to.tue hour
'e ormoreiudicrousprdofofltthan the Sd II. B.TsytorLIve H ; publication
; Oak. JAx3o1rnLi.EFi.oaIDA
effort tLla" J.s. Jaek .GENERAL' t .' ... : : During the session Congress the WKUIY HUAIB
to establish DrUg onrlk( -LiIT THE
SCHOONER
infallibility to : will
or 6tb W. H. Long,Ocala: : ) Fane'aod .Dress Goods of all F A ,. contain a snmirary of the proceedings and the olf
iti maintain : est news, by telegraph from WasblngtonPoIitied.1 *
consistency. Yet it is 6tb" Z. 11.
this Maon
Orange Spring. ,p.aniei..Ng.UN band latest
,
: ; ; \ on the styles of. l iziout .
: ; \ fashionable Artistic'Literary, and SportuCnt.lligence
t1 personal and 7th. Fran Branch Timpa.TATE OF '," ::11,," 1. '''I j Magnolia lI
feeling which .
petty crip ; Obituary Notice*.Varieties.AmusemeBls
fLb plea tl1epres i in the work of Grand S OFFICR3 OF UAXD CHAPTER,R.A;IT. CONTINENTAL, I : r M q :i .l : Editorial Articles on the prominent topic of the day.
Hlxh
Pri-
elevating t-M.
___ JSowtalackOOIlt1llflj' } a review of the Cattle and Dry Goods Markets.FtoBcial -
;, the tone of public life. Each journal Tilcty Grand High, Prie -J.H,. Prigg .\J.rfIOD.O"&Jld > MANHATTAN ? fin* ort of;;,';?>'; > '* F .. .Win between malt regular trip* and Commercial intelligence and? accounts 01 lor*
: Jacksonville.& x>rtant and Interesting of the week.
has two or three favorites King B. O. A1d PENN, OF .J I F events
whose < Ss.Auguiaine -
rman. Usrianna. TheHzw.xr
j. .7 : ';: : \ GY''VES. :.T- employs na agenU in the country
mouths according to its Grand Scnbe-D. C. Wiiaon.Tallaha aee. ? 'MQNEY : : 1 i Freight* at low.ra trw I In distant cities to caavasa for suhecriber.u w/*
never J
4 report, tiracd Treasnrcr-'. A. Young.Jacksonville. ., LOANING- : ] : Wtllslor. i'ftc' : F For freight_or eapplf necessary.: Any person pretending to be an ag'at 5T

.! open but pearls and diamonds drop, ODD FELLOWB. /, .- ; ; .,,!,,; ."I toVILLSO &"WHITL '." the WKMCLV HMAUJ should be treated a com o*
profusely out. Foriia Lodge l o. I-.J. W. WbItney.N.04i.1l.g : G DS'i: };' I.,"- K. swindler.The club system bas abolished the. agency
of They are the greatest : I It.,8. OUgasr! m"t1Ja117 Tuesday. \Ve"gtve.'b '1ow.- 'few( l ; : :i TTjj -...:-,.1; 'J. .:,: >. 'Jac nville.Fla.. system' It i*safe and cheap.
.
statesmen and most Incorruptible 1t.t" ot.or I F,: Or to JAMES'COS5. F, "F The 'prlce of subscrrptio.whenever 'pre.ctIcablO.
_ _ of men, while the rest TBMI'ERAVE SOCIETIES.", No. is. Two-story house on. :.: ) d"\ F ,_ s.cl'. St.Augustie FU. should be tran mittedbv Post Office Orders.safest 1111. o&
are .wretched Dnval Division No. Hotel, b ,
1-Henry Kuie. N. P.: QPO. James pleasantly situated !: \gt p tJ FRENCH 1per -.F. : ; mode tranamitung money by maiL .
-#- twaddlers and pettifoggers imposing AV. Frazier B. 8. Kogular mvttlngt every Thurs neighborhoods in the city; house is At small Post Offices in the when Post
country Wj
.
themselves day uiybt&Odd FeU'..' Hail. plenty of closets, and good." ( i, IJr I'E F .- shirts;,it J Iqt dJ'.' 5c:*Orders cannot be obtained money may be remioea

,upon a good-natured community J ck*>QviU Lodgu of Good TernpUrs No. 1-B.F. 105 sect;,good fence, good . .. ..-. .,- ID I Registered Letters. ; "
thr refuted 6.enisw '
; pilce i.
*
.
Ward. W. C. T.; t. A. Bousing. W. 1l.8. shelled in bearing fine I It insertedn
as Mitt every grapes ; a 't. Advertisements to a limited number.will be
men
great .
______ ; Party :
organs, Wedneedny evening In Hock's -.(M floor). trees; flowers and shade trees -- 'LJiF..CpLCORD, ,;; ; ,: '. } t Jut WCIXLT Ha>. .
of course, grind the:; ttJtoej' but tUwur Lodge No. 2, 1.0.0.T..(Est Jacki.villr) weD,'with pump*on back porch I : 'UNDERTAKERS' Price of DAILY HIKALD four cents a, copy Annual
.' : we speak of the which whatever -B. JLx,WfbateR W. q T.; C. M. Jones W. B.8. flowering vines.. Will be sold I ;1 ]I. i subscription price, Sia. lwaj*|n advance.Write :
press Mwt l'Y-ry evi-nlnc at Grove Us 1,bur the shelL n. To capitalists"deslrint FF' Successor to Hide and; Skin business of HoALD -
the address Your
< om letter to the Nr
: party it favors means to show by road, .bridge, BtNKS., I is a tiDe opening In Springfield; a ) F \ L :LI c .1 J.'fi.".CROWELL. : ,in a bold and I IcaiWe i hand and give*the name 01
the method and wlU CO a great way Just J1 w{! for 2 r. each *ubscribtrofiPo t OtliceConidl and State -
.
tone of its advocacy I) O. Ambler's
Banking House Bay street,T.H. Norton & Kooker,corner Ocean I BURIAL.CASES, plainly that no error in mailing Papers will be UaWe.ID
.
Msxtiy.: Cubirr. r and Ocean .
that it does l Corner.Bay streets .
not serve the party, First Ka'ional BkorFlorida omerof Pine and No. 74. A HAJOWOM Jl I i AND 'J ( |. occur. :4 5tact_
.. .
but the country 'by the For y b .'", J.. M. Bho,mnkcr,cashier. Urge moms and kitchen,double i cQEFIN1 .: I. .
The
party. west,Urge double parlon double : & flighestuc3ahprtctep11dTl: 'Hide. S1J'os.'f'.
Florid SaVings Bank. Ocean atrret J, U Paine, i Trunk and at Buclty'sJMORRIS"
of ,, yauaes
I object such a press certainly should President 1.C.Oroaley. B cr tarjr... commanding one of the'finest Wax Ac-::> .. -F 7-i8 wiy ,
q be to co-o > 'with .: windows tiled with four lights of, ( t :
| erate: all HOTELS. ZIAJIYNsT
good
en with cords and weights.on pulleys AND FEED STABLES :'A.
,'.:,ideayor. an4asapowrfulmeansto Grand Jfatlnnal.'Bay itrert'Vcar lullaOco.! Ue floor,with inds-e.flcasingi are : LIVEkY.SALE ;
; a __
;
GitiVy, Pmprietor.1 / / 'I' / X Lug and oiled and varnuhed, .
.loftier and I parer .politics i ,: :to_ make Mrtropohun: Sernan street, nee'Dlrj\ B. ceilings high,'wall hard-finished ;. .,: F .t ,F ,
t Tojrnt& Proprietor. I Slats,front doors lack ( ; AUCTIONEER 't
public life anattractiye.areer ( Oeciia ,mortice on / ; .
or the Hooar.'Oeeaa street,near Bay, )Ia. O. IBuOnrum. / china closet store-room plenty of ;; F : .. ... .
.- best men. At the;best it has thorns Proprietma.1' :. room hip roof with- cupola from ;;_ ,' ,
_ Fiori a Home:corner and Cedar streets bad > i / ,!!-' .3 '.A NJ r' F
Fonyth
and view U to be of the city,, the
repulsions enough. But does |he W.I; toct1el! ,aD.er. '. "" three lot 'AKD: ,'
_ f.' country: making } QULiTIES. J i COMMISSION >MERCH\NT,
press try to remove themErn's young! ahada tress started; hall. .. ,
: 'EER.FYIcEB3.: For sale at a bargain.. \' GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. ; ?; H lJc'; .;tI)4ft,> : F;.li ;
EASV CHAIR ,
in
Collector.
Harper f
':.. ; t Magazine DptyCoUecIor-O.W.'BtgW.Oustoma-4.R. 80OTT. .., 'No. 96.. A Urge,''two'story ; ;NR.EQUIRED" .R'AII Wad 01 erchandis J ;
4
lorJivrmtr. InapacUr 'j'-i room*i thoroughly built,and AlO, nient.. and sold ataucoon or pnvau aI4
Ouatoma-E. UlOOIN8.I : F '.' P'
"
; ,>' J PoMiBMter-J. B.ADAMS.. with twelve feet ceilings; one acre : ; ? F : r' 9-1 l 1 r7: :
with fruit trees and flowers MARBLEIZED The best and mosfstyush livery teams in the 'dty
) isis
'. .. Oollc< nf Inl tie
The Truth the Best Policy, RurftTor-On.PJ'aI-I.*r fnt4 Rvtn cA.. A. KNIG. SIT. five minutes walk of the railroad I > :
U. S. .qer-TUOS. W' GII3KBT. 4 ". ,1 ., o down,' balance on long tin* if ]t '. .Florida Home;cor**of Cedar"and'.Forsytlr Street. will fie disposed, t of it. '. ,.2., ;,*..- ., .
McL'ItltAya ?
_____ Chester," the RicnmondVcoiresPittsburgb'iMwj? Ho. 400 acre tn'Oranga HEARTHS; &., Horse' boarded. -and. well.. careJ- for on, reasonable OJ' "
u. B h. .
CIRCUIT COURf. ( terms- BEST FIGVRP .POSSIBL-.
rlh IQ"p-'J nruPJI"e ,.. .J ) Price.SSlcfscrc. ,, LLTO': BORDER F
L' jl f CCl while lt; I. Jj"I1 ', Strong teaioa'for hauling purpose alwsry*on hand.
Attiiw.4.. U. 0. DHJpK. ,j .. t', ?: TOR, : W.H.AVERY'" F
f.a SALE BY
'R o Dd
.1 10tto..New ; mpt'
_____ Slt Vork recently Jl.I"bat. COXA>T. .n'. l 14'UI".j C'r ..r.D4'' : i : j5ck1viUcPia.Maos$74. I .: tf .o ,
", i ; .. a&.LI_ '. W *a-tr.' .d -
I'k-PlIILIP CALVIN.OAK
t. .\: ,.T. t'ij. r d isiab WALTEB. \ "i ii eI' %?.* gQFF1CCQR; : '.i- .J -
'
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