The new South
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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00036
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THE NEW SOUTh.ft.sIED bushels ; "mpe seed, 28,250 bushels; Department udi s. ,PkOPESSlON11.CARD*, &. I ( : RAILROADS.- :! .,' S S.,' STEAMER .'
: hemp seed, 0,750 bushels. This gives a 'Fay" writes from- VasVington to the !. -' 9'f": :: : .
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F.\T-RV\"E1\ESDA A1VDAV.XRMS Y .Ab total of 156,000 bt hels, which cost the Louisville: Courier 3<>ttrnal: DR. :X A. :McMANUS, : ( JACKSONVILLE, .PENSACOLA AND YORK ; .
$ owners of the birds, at retail price; per Tbere"'are' "jconstant',aCcessions't the $ m 5' rIrEJvErsourzr ; I J. NEw AND 'T- ':;
] 2223000. The other : .. ,, .'. MOBILE RAILROAD CO. v* at
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vpcxlF7oNS : 100,000 list of distinguished ladles who are'performing (R4iflaI ') c i. !J. r4J" : ., ,1* .TOn _.
ELf.t a$ .|".!'annum. birds consume in bushels per annum, clerical,duty8 in this city 'Oneoftbemost.neumplish4 and after SUNDAY. MAY, 17. 1174, trains -- -- -- -. '- --- rresrMEDIATOR -
StWlal caLb: and u **"* copy of various seed b, comprising millet .HOMEOPATHIC.PHYSICIAN, JOB ADOOKPRIN'TIG' win, run as follow: S f '
"1 O! -10 Cc1 ciet nfttti recoI.e.s"one tim. lettuce radda cracked among themis I" ': Ij- -. ,; ; ., ..: t *.! < IF.t ffjjB*. ., FERNANDINA''J
at.*0CIft subscribers *J per aDnum. Tee maw, corn'and the'daughter'of Major Andrew Jackson Has located..la JackmtiHe. Office and residcaaOB PASSENGER TRAINS WEST WAlLY FOR S "
*".". mail. : 1'c". >..601 Fifty top- .wheat fully 18,750:: bushels which cost Donaldson.. This lady ;was born in Monroe urcet,betvce Laort and Pine streets,ia "; ISTABLISIDfENT-11', r1 "f SAVANNAH AND .. ,STEAMSHIP UNE. '-" :::
f"r: $lOU, making grand total o! bush UM rear ol Mn..ticadcnoV,*hoarding-home. o- 6tfCL. . ". "ri- -: '
.,L.4..Cach. the White House received a most accomplished : e\.L: 'I : ; Jacksoavtifr.y p maad lsopltM -5 .
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ADVXRGlM T St els consumed per year of 174,750, cost* education, and married .a : !", ', '. ', ', ,; .. M i- .__, -ITT 9 55 S I-.5-
ROBINSONffi: CO. Lake CUT.-..., .
1WrFKt.V.'I GO per Inch or 1cM.Grit IIIknICIII:. lug 2873000. gentleman every way, her' equal. Her ,.. **&** Th proprietors are Psftu.oasord $ far Arrive at Live Oak_...i.....Srso r-to and 3:30'tus am "' __ ..4ts- t4
CT1. Husband -- "55 CYUJ', ..'.-scriptionof.. ... :, Leaft t.1..w6:10
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e.dI fUlqllClIt r- was at one time.a'United States Rt.AL.ESUTEAND. rSSCRAKCE BROKERS r y : .. a B rUNA.tINA.ILL.0d0W.;'s t '

.;i-rdan.'I. per n tm CCDta* or,I.fim Insertion: each An Underground Silver Mountain Ore of Solid Senator,, and she a queen in society. c.i.a aimlt, .' tI' -. 3.W.At'y ,', <. ," .,:'a., )T.loolicc11oTJO h,_ T...... .-. -.- ._ 10:30 ,;.\tf i'I; '
She has with ,her in Washington ayoung at Law,aid U.S.CODA r, l. Xotarj?uUic.. *ORNAMENTAL""* PRINTING,' S. S.* Q\a IICJ'talOp., m
S/K; A***",so cent per line The Consolidated" Mining daughter of who I. .. '1 .* i. : :' .' t., ''Arrive: at Cbaaahoochee. .L__,- too > 'Al*
years promisesto. M > ''
CUlt I" VAK age Ajcncy The n > &* tJMellnniranee Comp of "
ADAtdS.CARRL'TH & CO., Company are beginning to open up and be a great b'!auty.. Her mother.is New York. T.:*J'5 Such as BUSINESS CARDS, PASSENGER TRAINS EAST (DAILY* FROM Cape '!

M4rc Jsckvilk.F1on.ia. lay hare some of the Sl'crets'ot the: striving give ber' \"ery advantage in AMUS$ 9.46a.a 3.J UIJY1dOd .* 'ZJ566,636.95.7181.3al -h. "- S1TiNG'CAi ,S. ,'.. '/;' : S TALLAHASSEE) FOR SAVANNAH : :flS
Northern end of the great Com tock : education. Another charming lady is .: ,, '. :' : ,f'. _, ; : AND JACKSONVILLE.Leave "
American- "Commerce in 1776. lode. Their location is proving a .mostfortunate : the wife of General Stevens, formerly N..BETTES : : WEDDING CVRDS, tP'r- Chattahnofhf*'.,.,.,-,.,. fcaoam. S .RUDOLF ..1. '.<:. ',
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the colonies one; jet strange as.it now I onBeaureganTs is i in ,.. : -'" -- 42
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commerce ..staff. She now jn: :-' HEADS. 'Lt :1..n" -- -r. -.s. *"' --
The jIt" rLlv j ; XWEYBOSSET :
their nppears, this same ,ground ''Jay.'Idlc' for the.Patent Office engaged upon lravings tllY! N ND SUROEONJ&clnoartlk. -" ; Mont.ecuo : ._ .: ; ," : lu
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flounced equally agricul :r i: : .' j, .1'1 .cUTTER..HEADSJt" Jdadiaoa__ .. :10' ,
then in
years. was the "bspe'or several % Her life has been, lull of adventures ,"' .Oak, .-, t:1O a at and ":10 :; Cape CLUSTER. '''h.'
in the northern _
t n... Ii was chiefly small claims' upon n which work had swell: ax trials.. She traveled Fla.OtfKx i- .,- -.. .'.. M \CIRCULARS.--'" .' **. Lake Otys'am and 11:15 "' '* ,
.co'oirirr H'atTfps"rwcre built. and reared after the first excitement of'the with'her"busbaqd'through' Europe and orss-From 8 ti2 9 LII1.'and 12 tQl p.m.Om'a POSTERS. ,.', -1". v .jj-. .' "h'j, Baldwin.......9:00 a m and i4o a B. These .steamers sail from New York Pier s.North'3'- .

Ii'it l1atlmdyracosaltorsforme l, whose iary! days of Wa 1 oe. These claims\ I South A.mei ca. 'Her' husband and two streets. AMD.RESIDOK. .*-Corner Ocean and 67601TNJORTON Monroe ,.BRIEFS. .. J.;. ; Arrive at Jacksonville10:15 m and 4:15 River, and- from Fernandiiw RaBroad. Wharf"emy' ,

became renowned in every were knocked :about the market,, 'and children died at Galveston with yellow .. TRAINS TO ST..MARKS. S .:' .'1'fFInH..DAY.
tourare PAMPHLETS .. .
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But the English navigation laws nobody -was found to purclmse' 'them' or. fever Out of six children she has but & KOOKER 4: : ". (Tuesdays. ,Thursdays. and Saturdays.) ,. .. .
Sea American trade. even look at them. Upon U.of\bem.. achnsldcr.1hlc two li'fing-iitI ught r; who is married ,_ ,: S i. BLANKS OF.ALL KINDS ,-. '
heavily ,
weired with upon few exceptions amount of Vdrk: bad been and lives in Baltimore, and \KylO REAL ESTATE DEAt liS. conm Ocean and Day .' '.';, 'J ., ,'-" '. ...., Arrive Leave TafohaMrr at Sc.MarVsLeave ? 5-_'ioa uso-$ a m,. ,. For freight ot passage apply to '

Its ships were, a done at the surface; and in' a Jino with years of age, whom'she hu'at school in street;Jadoonville, Florida. COLORED' l St.Marks_, -._'xa:! P D HERMV GELPat.lT
allowed to sail to the ports of the Ojilur and the "of 'the She Money loaned on Real Estate security. .General PRINTING AND GILT, WORK.CHEAP. Arrive at TaUahasaee ... ,-,??,? a:.o ,
only cropping Virginia. is struggling bravely, Life -a d Fire Insurance Agents and dealers in"Pine : 5WIWamSSLNCWYOIko'w.j "
Great Britain. No foreign ship was Gould & Curry. Bat little pa v"ore' was and retains her C'ommandingnppcarance tjiul Planuriona.&c. Springfield suburb a specialtT.orrepondcnce .. ROBERT WALKER. & S

Buffered to enter the American har found in any of the claims, and the companies and fine conversational qualities: as well solicited. '>a8wtfW ,, ,' ." Receiver and GenT.Supv WOODWARD."fl''."" '.'

bors. The people! of England' were owing them' became discouraged considerable enthusiasm and vivacity .' & ARTHUR A. llIRNEY, NEAT.AND PROMPT* ;: H.-L..MAGEE.Ass'tSopu. s- Representing CHATER &:KING,Agint ; '** "

resolved to prevent all foreign interferences and discontlrmcd their pro'l' tin-' explorations of,manner. ,She is a welcome guest at ; '1 ', .,; ;"r I ,' BUCKY tal s the lead in the latest styles or Sift and .1o.10.W( Femanditta.Florida. : V*

in the trade of the colonies. At that time the opinion all thi4 besthouses! in this city, and does ATTORNEYS .Fur Hats. S tiytfA. iI
very widely prevailed that where hothing'of much.to overturn Northern idea that .AND FLORIDA
and the American ports were rigidly value was found fen the surface, Southern women 'won' .work and are ,STREET ,NO." CL.MATHER" .FRANK. .!E LITTLE.f G., & W. ITi CO:'S RAILROAD.FERXAND1NA.TO CHARLESTON. .r,

Shut out trom the commerce of the nothing need be looked for below and deficient In plopk and troaheadativeness.The 4) 330' ( ,- ., STEAM PACKET CO. "- .

world. Isolated from the great cent the owners of the Bft of Mnall claims ladies are at I laet admitted to the WASHIXGTOS.'CJTY.. "J.: ?.. S :, nOM ,S '

trts of trarftr, and even from exchanging Irine between the O['hir and the Gould sncred precincts of the State Department 'S C.L. MATHERr&Vc6.'J : ; CEDAR KEYS.cnrac r r' J

many: articles with each other. & Curry sorrowfully' tame to the con.clusio'n alA the Attorney General's, cilice. .As 1 B. C. DREW :.. ., : -, : '-- ', ''. '
!bound b:1: most oppressive monopoly that by1 bad luck, a barren' ppr- yet there are but five in the latter office J ,. j' ., ., ,. .5 tv .: SOUTH come BO TB. CHANGE. OF"SEHEDULE.J B:

restrained by a selfish policy, the col- lion of tbe great ledgts had fallen to tueirshare. two 'ofj whom' art from Louisiana. and ATTOUKEYAND, S "a : >.,'t:. ; 1. i Fcman&. S ,." ,' -.>".JA.w.. spa.. .A T-35pm'; The steamers ;_' ,
Years ... .. .. .. t '
these columns COUNSELLOR-ATlA\y '
build 1ar'etmbers : ago, 'in .scarcely reconstructed. ,"'" ; ) Cclih. 7358in '30:11
contrived to CITY
tnists ret long before thtre was any Consolidated I, must tell the interesting history of ,.. ..; ." {---- :ax. .J.501c. DICTATOR AND. POINT 5' ,:",.
of ships, and even to sell Office In the new Freedman t Bank Building,comet "--9JOIe: 3121u"
Virginia Mining Company, we urged the firist lady, who the Until fimher notice will sail as follows: ,
was appointed Pine and Fenyth Streets,JackMnvUle, Fla.-, -' :' Stark11:31 1.8 t
)Vearly more than a hundred of themin tht-bc small companies to unite and sinka 1 I State Department. All who -visitedashinjjton i-1v STATIONERS; Gainesv1flS_ 1130 11:10 THE _STEAMER DICTATOR. ,. ...,. .
The ship-yards of New shaft E \ Archer ,;. ., ,-. 3:10 p m '9:49 ,
England. large prosjwxting wn street, I \ before the war, provided S u Bromoo 3:55 9:04 a m CAFTAIK LEO VOGEL
renowned. just east of Piper's House but had the ANNO, '.. _' \]
England: were already Opera no they entre in the select l circle of w.'lL ,.- : .;. -' ; Cedar Keys-: 6:301 6:30 Win. ontfl further notice,leave CHARLESTON e'e'y .
Boston, New York, and Philadelphia .alU-ntiun was paid to the suggestion res dents, will remember the Alarcous. ATTORNEVAT-LAW ", ANDBooksellers CONNECTIONS. : TUESDAY evening and SAVANNAH every WEDNESDAY [ '
I least bv the men 'who then owned the They '' ; afternoon tor FERNANDINA. JACKSONVILLE. -,.
trade. On occupied, a spacious residence ; '
were seats of an important < At FERNANDINA.vtk Steamer Cry Point from .PALATKA and Intermediate ..Ii". te
r island of Nantucket the whale ground. All thafwe then predicted in with a drawing room in the second Office.In Reed'* Block; Bay Street > t H Charleston and Savannah Mondays at 4 a:m.;steamer ',J ,
l' the : ,
in regatd'to tills of that'far Dictator from Charleston and Savannah Thursdays at
pice mining groundhas story, surpassed in size those of RETURNING:
fishery had been established that was S2cksorifr. F7'zJa. 4 a. m. With steamer Lizzie Baker from Savannah ,
now been verified. There was a I modern date. Mr. Jare u was a diStinguished ..'. '. : Bnmswick and St. Mary's, Mondays at 6 a.m; fOr
to prove fur a brief period the source fault, a slip, in the lead above, and the I naval officer, and resignedon L, ROBINSON, u those points on Fridays at 8 a. m. and wilt JACKSONVILLE leave PALATKA every SATURDAY FRIDAY -morning..;-
C. At BALDWIN with J P & M. R.R.from Tacksooville
offrcat: profit, and a school of accomplished whole weight ot the deposit was thrown account of sympathy with the South at 4:07 p.m.:for)Jackcitviiie at ooa a. m.AtGAlNESVIl.LE.with to suit the tide. .KEkNANDINA day.arriving V'
seamen. 'Hie spermaceti- further to tbe east. Although we have I although ho never took uparms against SA1ORNEYATLAV' 'JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA tn-weekly stage line fui in SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON every SUN '

whale was still seen along the Amen spoken of the break in the lead as a : tho government. These were the daysof Also. NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER Tampa and>ridays; with stage line for Newnansville, Tuesdays DAY.. : POINT. ,. y.
ran coast, but the New England fault or slide, it was really in places i terror, and Mr. Mareou gathered his U. S.,CIRCUIT COURT.' ,At CEDAR KEYS.with steamers to and from New '
Ikd l Hud- of the nature of a "pinch," and this was I i t family together1 and left Washington. OXce: No.a Masonic Clock. l-SY HAVE JUsT ,REMOVED TO .THEIR ,NEW Orleans, every Saturday. ,Wuh steamers from Key C"'U$ --1. W. FITZGERALD.WnileaveCHARLESTONeverySATURDAYeven..
t bai-r already penetrated what cut off the old Ophir deposit at a |!! His daughter, Mary, was a noted beau- West and Tampa.Friday J from these places.Thurs -
son Hay and even pierced the antar- I t O. WRIGHT AND,COMMODIOUS.STORE ON. days. With Steamer Cool,from Tampa Sundays: for Ing,SAVANNAH evcrySCNDAYaftennon for FER-M! '
t certain depth. Now they are reaching j tty and"belle and nt that time was in the A. Tampa Mondays. With Steamer Wawenoek.from NAND1NA JACKSONVILLE. PALATKA aad.
t tic. The Revolutionary War brokeup the great lode on a new and sound line, I I I freshness of girlhood. The family' has < c"I Suwannee, Fridays; br Suwannee TuesdaY Intermediate[ landings. .-
the trade, and the English' capturet and being below the! disturbing influones -i I passed1' through various Ticissitud ". .' BAY STREET, NEAR LAURA"WHERE 5-13 ,D.5 E. MAXWELL,Superintendent. RETURNING;: '

two hundred of its ships, besides (- mentioned, are finding a continuous 'The father is dead, and not 'only Miss Reeds Shock Bay St.,Jaclcsomrffle,Fla.Witt .

lurr.inp the oil stored on the island body of ore. This body is now knownto I Mary bu:'her two youner sisters, have practice fa the different cocn of die Setat.CollectIOnS WILL BE FOUND win leave PALATKA everY WEDNESDAY TUESDAY manaof, '

In consequence of the rigid naviga extend from the Gould & Curry been teachers. :Miss Mary at one time dromptly;ttended to. 7iBtfH .' GROCERIES AND. PROVISIONS. JACKSONVILLE suit the tide FERNANDINA every same day,arriving to at,,
through the Consolidated Virginia, I went as far as Wisconsin as a governess. I CHARLESTON and SAVANNAH every THUKS-J
lion laws smuggling prevailed alongall California nml Ophir, to the Union Con And now. alter many wanderings, they A.rarnsoit. A. a. MSXK.; A LARGER ASSORTMENT CLARK, DAY. .. .---.i _

the American coast, and swift solidated. It will be found in the Union return.to their old home. The Secretary 5' ; JOHN THROUGH TICKETS NEW AND BILLS PHlLADIU'DJA. OF lADING ,.,._.,, ; _
vessels and daring sailors made their Consolidated and proluibly beyond. The of State, in remembrance: of the olden 'S OF S FORWAKIHNC S A1.T1M.OIlac; '''-

way) to the ports of Trance antI Spainto heart of this portion of the Comstock, in ,: time land the' hospitality he frequently ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office. '". S ,. SCQMMISSION, 'AWD These Steamers connect with Florida Railroad Railroad U ..

bring back valuable cargoes of our opinion, lies to the eastward of the'i enjoyed, availed himself of the ,act of : STATIONERS'. SUPPLIES ; at Femandina.'JacboDv l1e.Jacksonville St. John's Pcmarola Railroad Mobile at Tocoi for St.

vines and silks. Boston was the gas works, and probably :1.1mostdirlcth.1 i)I Congress that authorized the appointment ;a'.buHJinsI: ]acbonYme.I1.. r' MERCHANT. Augustine with steamers at Palatka for MeuenviUe.
under the where General ThomasII. ot females '- Eaterprise and the upper Sl.Jobaa,and with steamers
I point at a salary not to ..exceed -
chief uIllj and itsfast tl
seat of ship- for the Ocklawaha river. 1041 ,
ing .
Williams some time since was engaged $900 a year (most just and beneficent THAN IS TO'BE FOUND IN ABB DKAUK litROCERIEa. < '
sailing vessels were sent to the in boring with his diamond drill. !! government.) and now Miss Mar- p E. JOHNSON D., .' PROVISIONS GRAiN r<
West Indies to be exchanged for rum We think he "smelt it" when be began 'I con has chargtv of the library, and also HOMOIOPATHIC, FOR OKAHUMKEE,

and sugar. In 1643 it was estimatedthat boring there. The Consolidated Vir- ,, assists in translating. The youngest PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ANY. OTHER HOUSE IN FLORIDA HAY.. 'SEGARS. &e- HARRIS.EUSTIS I AND GRIFFIN:*' ..
New England employed! one ginia Company. on the upper edgeof sister, a blonde, was pronounced the ,' ; Sole Agents for Florida for .f' >" -

thousand ships in its trade, besides its the great deposit lying under the I|I beauty of Saratoga last summer. Office in Mitchell's new building, north side of Bay : : .. -. JA ; f I '. SILVER,' SPRING,. '::,

basin in which are situated the eastern {' street, between Newnan and Market streets, nearly ri1rbc'eaIPaInt.and. ,. S "
But Ocklawaha Rives. -
fiihing barks. when the laws I' the Post Office. 1991 _And ocher J..ndi"lP"on the ; i
the nnd 1 Women Decorative Artists. opposite AT PRICES WITH PRICES White's Patent Money Drawer
were more more strictly enforced, the I I suburbs of city, are now beginning as COMPETING < ": :.t
: shipping traie! of Boston declined.Uritiih to reach some of the rich ore it j I do nor' propose'to' argue the vexed C ALL;& BASNETT,. CHARGED: 'FoR GOODS OF THE SAME ..Agent for :.v% ., ,:. ,: r'.JOoC"n. .- ;, "

I' contains. In the early days many of' question of political economy" concerning '- : *; i STUJJEa LLZZIEBAKERAHD .|, ," The Steamer.
vessels watched the colonial NORTHERN '
war our miners wee of the opinion that in the degree to ,which' luxury is justi- .,. : "LA'V; DESCRIPTION IN CITIES. : OKAHUMKEE, "l/ I
ports, and} rut off that large sourreof the course of time a. point Jn the.lead fled by its distribution of capital among ., ;,... '7' VOLUSIA. A. L.RKM,Master. $;''

wealth which the colonists had would be reached where would be found :1,, laborers, but it seems Very clear that Orrtci In, Reed's Building' .up aia rs:. f il7E f f' 'f S '. .: : :.t.

found in an illirit commerce with almost solid silver. At the further depthof there ran be no reason to deplore' the -IT.' lACKSONVILLE Fla INVITE .: Van Brunt&Ero's.'Lmc Sailing Packets; W'ill\-.e Jacksonville every THURSDAY' morningmt8 .". t

Spain and theY eH India Islands, 400 or ZOO feet in their mine the Consolidated -,, free or even lavish expenditures of the 'I. ; THE, ATTENTION OF ; ,'ClOCki_ I. FOSTR.Ageat.-'1CEO. ;:

and it was with no kindly feeling that i Virginia Company may reacha :. wealthy for objects which are not in A.' KNIGHT, FROM NEW YORK ,JackJomvOle,Fla.,July 1$.IS7t14srC'II'; j

New England and New York saw the I point where their ore will lack t ut themselves pernicious. It has been one A.: jATTORNEY ,. :::.,: '. 5taios: Bay Street Jacksonv iCc JTorida.. ; ',
little of l>eing solid silrer. There :'p particularly gratifying incident. 'the t .'" CITYAND COTNTRY DEALERS "
gainful traffic destroyed which had pears to l>e lying far down in;this purl -.!'passion for decoration in' this ountry AT LAW, .o; '., .. Drawers and Undershirts very cheap.at BUCKYS. -- S1! ,HUBBARD, : ;

brought them in a stream of French on of tho lode a |perfect mountain of*j I that it has been the means of opening to '' : r '
and Spanish gold. The rude Fnglish silver or**. Specimens brought- out i women beautiful and l congenial.tmployjmeuts. No. a Hocgi Clock,up stairs AI'RBANKS',' I aduomz71i-, Fla., .'. .:..

officials not seldom made illigal sei from the drift running into the Consolidated -I;, 3-i5 wly Jacksonville.FU AND THE PUBLIC' GENERALLY TO' OUR 1 ; "

from the foot level of the : : "' ; ., .. Importer and Dealer in .
zares Every custom house officer 1,500 j Miss Jf'kyb! was .one ,of the first STOCK. AICIT"TRADE.A -S VKA1XX JIltGROCERIES' .L'S

was turned into an informer, and no Gould & Curry are even now. almost I' to take up this kind, of woik, attracted A.'B ESI G. : 0 .- ", .' -" '. -itt" AND .1.

seemed There solid masses of silver. The reporter of.i! the attention of'Mr;. Leighton. Madame S .C ,Hi .; PROVISIONS,, HARDWARE, IRON AND ,STEEL.. .
cargo altogether secure. calls the attention of die citizens and S
the Gold Hill News who visited this']I Respectfully ,
Bodichon and other her
artists by, high- to t e BRAUTIFUL SOAP he manufactures. FLA- '. il
\ was co redress in appeal to .- ; -. r BAY.STREET.JACKSONVILLE EDGE TOOLS,TABLE and POCKET -.MS
except Consolidated >-
newl section othc CARD.
)-ojned j Iy arjistic embroidery. and has since ex- It is the best Washing, Barber,and Toilet Soap ever :. .
England. Yet the American comoerce Virginia mine day bclure yesterday j I tended her work to repou ise or ornamental made. This,Soap is put up. in boxes contain' So Ills .. .- '. ,- : CUTLERY. : S" '. ; :
still flourished, even within the gives the following account of it: I I brass work' especially sconces and Orders 99 bars.should be addressed to ,.'NOTICE S Always keeps onhand .. tNails, Glue Putty Glass, Paints Oils. I:

narrow limit jo which it was confined, "The drift after reaching the Consolidated -i and many other thngs.| She has, 1 hear, S A." S BUESING.Box Fla. To our Exchanges Publishers,and Printers,alL-" "" HAY, CORN, OATS. BRAN, GROUNT t

and the colonists bore with admirable Yirginia south line and being i acquired not only distinction but wealth 5-iotf Jacksonville, FEED, PEAS, CHICKEN FEED .. LEATHER,BELTING RUBBER PACKING,::;"4 ,

patience the exactions and restrictions i I connected with the 1,500-foot level of by her skill, some specimens which MCLAUGHLIN .' ,PORK. LARD BACON, STOVES."TINWARE.CROrn.'PUMSf
to which that mine by an air winze, the Gould& are exhibited in the International Ex- RICHARD: 5. THE'ANSON HARDYt SHOULDERS, .

that New they York were subjected in order Curry drift being thirty-eight feet lower j i hi bit ion'at South Kensington this year REAL ESTATE AGENT ,HAMS, Lead and.frcn Pipe, : ':. ,.

and Boston might not down than the south drift from the Consolidated There also' may be1 seen the work of rii Latest Improved FISH. FLOUR. "2MiIISI.
i compete with London and Bristol. Virginia haft, was' pushed ;, other l ladies who have followed in her Yackwgt5ll. 'HOJoUNY.MEAL.RICE. DOORS.'SASH.BLINDS.MpULDINGS.SUGAJI .;'

In fact, the navigation laws toad pre-1 directly luuul to prospect the ore vein on j t footsteps, some of'' the finest being by AU sorti Taxes of Real paid Ectatc Titles bought examined.and sold; Money.> invested PAPER AND CARD: CUTTERS.I BECKER'S FLOUR, FARINA,' ..Evaporators&C'. '5' ,-"*" 'JL'< "

tented altogether that natural and that 'level. hardly bad the line l been, Miss Leslie, a,relative of the celebrated ; BUTTER, CHEESE. APPLES,ONIONS 1i1l''f! ;
'rnmssiox._. to WiOianv. Astor. 'Esq., and sale of these Gas-Fitting, Roofing Jotting .***
encountered RultllSt have resumed th* manufacture POTATOES SUGARS.SYRUPS I *
healthy crossed before the drift a artist1 of that Indeed '
growth which might have name. there has New York E-Gvr. A- G. Curdn, Bellcfoiue Pa.: 's1tAinl'd4met. order. d17. :
identified .
boyd )f {' ,with which my name has been MOLASSES, COFFEES ,. ,
of rich to kedner Stokes .
nade the colonial body pulphuret ore, now been established in Sloane street, LewIs H. PbiladdpUa; .w. '
sea-ports even ip nothing of the kind now known to' exist -! a bchool'for embroidery which has suc Philadelphia G-Ambler.Banker, JacUonviB Fla, ,and so extensively circulated for the past fifteen TEAS, COCOA,
(I1J considerable cities. But twenty on the Comstock lode The drift has ceeded teaching and ,giving'employment Henry. Tucker..Boston., Mass.. 3-28-I'pct' years; and cli,Machiae, if tf mannfaetttrt UhutratiJ mil SNUFF"OILS Fine Cassimere:,stylish and durable'at Body's. !r I
thousand tons of turtaf.tr tt martitttu ikon i*my SOAPS ,
shipping were
this of one hundred it.
penetrated body ore to number of who
buIlt io the colonies in and the a gentlewomen & IVERSON, I.r-,with my name tutmdJriii at At ttiug. :STARCH, TOBACCO, .BUILDiNG.-4 .
indication of its : .
1771. and ten feet. every had 'been' reduced In circ'umsta i ces. '- WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS; B5"1, :: I
whole expons were in 1770 three extending the entire length uf the claim,I Miss 1'hilott whose paintings have often I My latest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER.with TUBS ." I
fulhons of pounds sterling, and the anti even 'into the California ground. graced! the walls' of exhibitions, and .GUN AND,.> KS I1THS, patent'moveablecuttiaK board two alUteel tem i ;. Cablecromiag.iid '

jnports about two and half millions. To.attempt a lair description of the rich have gained the interest Mr. Ruskin, t .' peret)knives:and sqq ing board IB>Jds,Ii post- CAKXED GOODS OF EVERY- ,.'KIND.. ,. BAY I STREET. near.JACKSONVILLE.the FLA.
is almost ule J lion the FAVOUTB Pam Cxrrrn AMOMC Pwqstrhn'ia ,.' .4 ,
of the
..tas noticed that the value of the character pre s. bad of lute been painting beautiful fig- ELECTKO-PLATINC AND' OILWNO as I
rooacco the side And face of tbe drift being one ores and flowers 'on plaques, 'which, A ALSO jotsl;and the the' m rtcet'J the" low. EVERYThING t. Every cnptin of Boat huik IB the most sabstaa-! "

than exported thai was ope.fourth larger glittering mass, (eulphurets miieZwiththe : wb'enthe colors are burned in by;Min- .9.$. At the sign o{the 2IG.LOCK.J J price charged for U. '. S i' "-jjfl rial'and. skillful, manner. I will guarantee satisfaction.' --'.,.

The of the wheat and rye : richest character of chlorides.,,Macb ton, make ornaments that.are eagerly TU ltttt Imfrtntd Hark Card C.tl, Is pro- PROYTSIbN5 My 't';
of American commerce had of the ore being 'sacked and a portionof ought for. A Miss'Coleman has also! .' COAN, :. noitoced,the MOST Pisi&*BI.. CABP Onmut la.the I FORAGEGROCERY.

med wonderful to Burke, Barre, and the amalgamating department of the gained great eminence for this kind blwork. f W. '.fII& market,for the general uses of*printing office SELL: FOR CASH. are sufficiently well known warrant me fat leferiins 'N

*W those EngUsmen, who were capa-, ilariposa mill! is to be set apart for its Miss Levin; tbe young daughterof J ST1CI''O PEACEIW TTu **U-k**m Xfeftn Gird C tUr; with my -- to_their.owners as to my skill as a workman. : ; :

*.or looking beyond the politics of reduction its extreme richness often requiring a. well known artist, has displayed ._ : latest,improveme BlsstiU: preferred by many print. >ASD AT .', I have now,for.sale a new ,: ;0"::.

"W own narrow island but no: the use of 500 and 600, poundsofquiI.si1ver much' skill in designing, and painting "" en.anS bold its favoritism overpther machine THE LOWEST POSSIBLE -FIGURES ... '28FOOT. YACHT .; ,f'j'i""!

SOoner had .America ; to a charge for, a single! pots,'plates, etc., with Greek or Pympe- NOTARY. :]: P. .U" B 14, Ie.. For sizes and prices see illustrated circulars- : rftter..1

tts ,trade! doubled become free than pan."whvre only 200 pound is used in ian figures. Many of these" ladies have pffice.U.SOLARYE'S BLOCK, Shipped direct'from'&c factory any part of the families:Merchants are,invited Loggers"to.examine Hotels.Boarding goods,and Homes prices and, built. with_ particularreference othc_ St.John 9-30 tf.t'ft". .
trebled, and soon class of No 'tof
f05 working the ordinary ores. begun by undertaking such work as,this S .
Seemed 10. what i ip 1775 would have I croos-cutting of this body has yet been for personal friends 'but have pretty C0TDcr'BAVSM' FINE streets countryv Orders solicited,and can'be fiQed,by return iaILAddressI' THE,HIGHEST CASH PRICES R.W.. ARL, -i '

incredible proportions. New attempted. as all the air forced in by generally found that the circle 'of, those : Jackioorflle.'Tla.W. it:''''I.a .
***, Boston, and Philadelphia be- the compressor required Jo 'drive the who desire such things. yery large, ANSON hARDY AID FOR' COUNTRY rSODTJOfOF, Alt, xum51ft' S fl.AcTIch.L S "

JCtt once large cities, and Eng. : Burleign dtill In, the face of the' 'drift. and'that.their art is held in increasing H:' SHERMAN, Anbiirndah..Mass.O PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER'Baring ;

JJJ) "u enriched by American free-' The 'ehibiliou.of the precious esteem among cultivated! people. It is ., DECORATOR ', s jeotera Ladles'underwear to be obtained at BUCKVS : decided to'rea2e1iipermaaentiy will be ,
.-From displayed in the face when 'a blast of even'probable'that the old plan which INTERIOR. glad to receive orders from all requiring work done ihi !

;Republic"The" first Century of half 'a dozen boles is discharged,, 11 great-grandmothers had ,of learning '. 5 .AKD ()STEREJ, :NEW TRIBUNE. EXTRAS, W.IU.soN &:'WIUTLOCIL !. -S" ,- ..n,1 .

"_, inHarperJorNoJol -1 simply grand and one thal'wo' ld cause. embroidery be revived in'more" important ., : yr I ,. Ll-"; I Ss" to Thr.i., A.. 'Willsoa S GRAINING. CLAZINS S and KALSOMINING:..
-fr. I the eyes of a 'mfcer to weep :,witb1 joy; 'forms, and, 'with the painting of COR, LAURA AND' CHURCH STRUTS. JTo XXI. Wkltaey.HJ" :'EEiott: ,, ,.; .5 : .UUaS. I. done to the best manner ',. :-->.<*" --
Marsh.etc.etc. ,
Two upraUers have been made. 100 feet china, be taught as something more than aim ., LtCoote. ', < -Orders left at Davis&Drew's.Fttrmtar Waihu...i'

ton Into ied number of canaries' apart. for air connections with the 1,500 the'accornplishmentU was once'thought. 5' IAYIS'&'DREW" ; ". ,No XXtl. Ba_Taylor. 'Letters ftom'Egypt .S GRAIN.' FLOUR* .AND FEED, S will receive prompt attention.. >, ... .J,rl..i}

.1l11tri* njor Oie different ports of foot drift south of the shaft, both of _Mon ur.*' D. Conway,' in Sarpet'tMagazine .&..is.3m"v', /Jacksonville,?!*._ and. .Iceland. in sheet, form oeJy.)' :-,. S, .kf.ucftn.crs or REFERENCESr, i' ,.. 1'

1871--2 to 187, -i. 200.000; in which passed tbe entire distance throughthe for November.Amoskeag .' : McCosh. ''S.- I.- BwDcr.S 'Esq..and C. L. Ro_. EsqWANTED. f..j
1872ere, imported 150.000 ; in ,same rich character ofore.. 'The SAMUEL'FAIRBANKS" '. : ': N XX 't.. TydUuzey.Owei- CORN MEAL; HOMINY, CRACKED Jacksonville Fl., .' '-" "

lRZI1 ;in I87S-, 300.000; total future of the .Consolidated' : e. RYE? 'MEAL. GRAHAM T.'" 04":1'
sheef I.
J004' SOO.OOO. The ; prospects 1'je Company.' of Man- NOTARYPt:1BUCFORDUVALCOtJNTY ( !P,U*' by aafl. postpaid.- ; 'CORN. .* :
num- : "-
1Ieror ita develop- to FtftfUH to cents. '
Virginia judged by present > >:t.:.t' "" each ""
Chester. N. U. has built bOO v-C.:
nearly ,
Jrly raised in
Lbotequais the number lost America I menU, are not only almost without an steam fire engine since its first one was Ja. nu..Tan.,. ,"t$J4-. ". ,, :, .' "S FIFTEEN EXTRAS'FOR |i.. '- ..FLOyRCRACKEDWHEAT.&c.'SUtOLtSAWING' .. In any part'of the State a afomtica foreae orthree-'i
through ,
Tio estimate ,but drift ''run, in fart Bricklayers. Press brick a apcdahy.Either of them
caDge-, so that the total of 900M ,-: almost struke every'of the "pick" made, turned out,'..August 1856. The ,United. E' SBOP." '- .'s'" :'Send'tar &n'catalogue... wlia. .contaHs. 'ofoach. num." & WOOD TURNING an capahM ollal charpo allki ol_.; ,
every W. A.JOKN ON.
Government ClJA Addraa.
b5tUtIally' 33 of
V correct lor the num. to mlreadyimaenM States oasj bought* : THE TJUBina JfewYodt.. :!i 'it' S and '4oso.w3t "
o seems to be adding *o iresi ORDER. Boll's Head Hotel cor. 4th at -sA Ave., .
7 e&narlea now in this country wealth."-Viryinio City. ntcr.pe them; New York City 45; Boston 20; ,GOIcE'iLEA' .5 : : ) "t' '" .t-' New York cieT4bI ,
\ pln.other birds both of Bong and Brooklyn. ; New Orleans 18; Pitt*. I : Wood: Sawed, Split. 'and Delivered I '
1 there Oct. 2*.' 6an Francisco CARRIAGE MAKER FOI&k1i. I ,
14 13.TbiUdel-
iDy"e arc about 100 000', mak- burg, ; u.- :. "" :. U1ANTED.'L
kif'In Znand tA1 of cage birds of aU I "The honeymoon b well enough" nhi.,.12; ,elroit. 9; Albany,.8;, Cambridge COR.W WASHINGTON AND ADAMS STREETS;. A BAY HORSE, siayersuld.ouadndkld, :7 :: '.by-Cofor, Load., -V V. s ;' .-s.-'
5 Manchester. 4 and there are Suitable for a bdr to drive.. Also.a Buggy pad bar-' ,' ,, ,1 sngn4ikiJ
101l'ilC eatienca, 1,000.000. The foltaaa belle. ." but what.I want ; ; ILLE. FLORIDA :1. I .f ,., ':
or, aeed ,consumed ii i Bald a prudent that 11 the 'promlae of.a from one to a dozen in many other places. JACKSO:, Des'AyntOTiCfffiC.; Will be sold cheap Sold,for want' ot 11-4t-' .. ne&1. ,.. Bay. .Street. ,opposite. .our.Mil) and,,Whar. ia drawing and psuntinj.derires a sjuation. fa id :
tD and '
'OR fee beyond Win build in first-dats style Can'Buggies "' -
actual obsenaUon of thee :. .. ; : f-S.> i i i m *;* ; u; .w> ,ACXS NYILLE.'FLA. u't J :. i.EW1N.
Imouu : harvest-moon. .' *" Light Wagons. ., .. t 'bt) ; ",'
of o.L /
l4.'ed to hundred -The vegetable that young ladies love '' WOOD .. .-Ji' t .+ .';;* -","If r
one ., '
ca. i '. *- & .'.A Beady doe -Come ** T wosk Vala.CJu tfa County.New York .
II. -ta *--a' & ,
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Clear, t 8-oh.JI, _. : '. '" '- : M L9-! "
seed 11 to-rn (' ; 'O.hN' w t 1 zinttZinttttMii-: 'V to-tiyu. :
panwy -117,000 'debUr wing pgea"l.V\ '
Baa :<: ,, ,
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The State Election ,
I THE NEW SOUTH. Not so Mad as 'They Were. Tne Coining Ele'ction of U. S. Senator. 'or that section, we stumble upon difficulties J acksonville. on a knoll exposed to the woman named Hazard NO.1-1

Since the news has arrived from Key The Sentinel has a carefully written We take from tbejlast Sentinel, the which-may throw us to the earth.h ortherly wind!, we sent some eight her to-day, charged with WI a

80.. ADA.*CAJtMimi... West of the failure of pending negotiations article on the impending election, by the I ofca returns,, 8 Ia?, a received, of A lctter lies upon" out: table,.- undrcd of them up t be set out in an session of Charley-Ross, having p
J ADAMS CARRUTH & CO. and anfinfdrmedthat educated andprudent gentleman old field io Sumter hundred Philadelphia tbUcl ho
an couty-ne has
r BUKNSIDK. there looking to the election a nextXegislature of ihis State, of a United the Congressional vote, been tra
miles sooth Jacksonville here
L KEUXJOO. what which contends that the State directly by some of the detectives
certain man to the United States Senate, States Senator; in place of Hon. A. even giving the Democracy Constitution was never_adopted present by the The last frost in Januar of that year on his track. It seems that this plsej

I J. S ADAMS. EDITOR. by trading off Walls and Purman, the Gilbert, whom the jScntinel .s cms to they.claim In the counties n9t.yet re- people", aid 'that the netf Democraticgovernment k;illed to the nearly the young her daughter and the child "om

facts are'being sadly owned up by some count but, nnc'etenjoDioaslyv The artlcle turnedw 1s' majority will. over when ''they meet .at Mot tees that were sent up and set out in about four months'a o, the woman ce he!
CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. : should'reorganize the Constitution nmter county, while not one of the in* i ierior ing out service. The
written 3 00 gomenr daughter
: c..f Local iatareat arc solicited from.U oCthetVate. of our Democratic friends;j' they are not I ably.as well _a carefully : child & !
parts nal. of 18C6, and the laws enacted fa accordance f ones,left in their original l1oatoaDear c her sometime The wS
I- ,Alao especially, cocnmunicatioM cduca onalr on social subjects and ofR.lIIIerat '.nJII5tr'. eo enraged about the circulation rumors and to a who'a conversant with"the p.. .. .H"t ',., therewith alone. .This is one Jackon" e/ was !injured reast. an wi appear for examination ago. 0,
. topic*.. CurraapondeBts' should make their letters:ai as they. were. They now seem purposes entertained in high:quarters, _,_ _._' '93 of the blocks over which the l fact of importance in m morning. EvUry to

h W tnef* are w It the cwporoiWe(acts and circumstance for opinions expressed will: permit by our' sad and sorry rather: than mad. Well!, will appear as it is, a shrewd political Gad Jeln.....-i s'oj!! CCD la....._- 14: would 'stumble to inevitable pry his ctrnnectron is that bananas are injured appr to e is of this pr"babUt
currespoodcots. Rejected aiantueripts can neither earlier Ln -.zU1 F'- 1 hence If vre permit it to be,thrown by) frost more frequently and more
SI. .
feeler its at ,
be. turnednorprcerved. Anonymous contributions. gentlemen, you were not personally to ; appearance -a perod _. ...._ .25 H t-2: :; years Bad ,as'ate the'teconstrflo. severely in' ..Alacbua county than they --
!illnndctd. and its H.v a1'
; blame for what you really knew"notbilJg&oout was hardly expected timely V _._ tion! ol >South and illegal'as are in Fernandina oil Amelia MISCELLANEOUSpOSTOFFICE
; _._ __ lome ._ :0 cnstitutIns th island. ,
;.' but you'were terribly sold, ,and presentation from the source from which I : _- LFarc: _.- 247 was the r'h1whie they These facts 'surprising &thev,seem .
Was it Absence of Mind? you ought to have expected as much i it emanates wU take none by surpr e. L" .__ 56 w ere imposed upon us, at first mention, are no more so in reality NOTICED

It is supposed that Acting, Governor from the. well known'character of the Among things, the ,Sentinel says: ." .V, Monroe Manatee__---i_---i IS plished facts. We can no .more.with i than the fact that gree grass.is often ARRIVAL AXD tEPARTURE Of

Stearns, in the appointment of Senator i PoUc____ 336 prudence, blot them oat than could' the growing in Ireland, and grass and gat- )AIL
remarks V. Allivi.onbcni
negotiators. We do not intend to ....
Oliveros the _- our ap Santa Io_._ __ 3 government,of Gambetta return to the len vegetables in Washington Teritor N and Wrjtern.daSjr.: *>:", *. 'C.
::7 to position of County Clerk ply to those who have already Sltu Fcmaodiaa = I
i in mid-winter
__ J laws of, Louis XVIthan' MacMahontould ,while tifegroand a.l Ral-
: of St. Johns must h The Best Attainable Man 'for U. S. elected to the< exalted position as no V TsyIor..i 10Wakn'a 1 d.c" 2 .
f county *forgotten ___ 13 blot out Gravelotte and Sedan. e ern New York and New England frozen S"ilt 1 Jr :P ,
:. : that; Oliveros1 acceptation of the position Senator. amount of criticism or animadversionwill : __ .-.----,.325 Whatever we may think of the duplicity t the depth of from four to six feet. They daiti.(SHioday'"a ej>lak.).. |;oo... .

: will cause a the Democratic I We agree entirely.lo-the'gentral driftof correct the evil that has been indicted : Wuhingtoc.p321'- of tho XlVtb ,Amendment and of the a ; at the tfrst impression,seem like vagaries KetYeRarycneJlo. T. .
vacancy among mistakes in K>3 A.
Senators. ain't UP the editorials: in the last ,Union and by office puting'tbi'wrng. Totat4.o To._._._--:3,314 impolicy i of the XVth Amendment, is no p of nature, and instances of her dotes every Thurvfajr.' ...,., : I p.
Queer, men in this high :
I mjort blot results of I s ometimes unaccountable eccentricities Etrr. Md."Y.Sand .1
77 more to out the ;
8entinel possible
in reference to the duty cast discuss the broad of fitness and ,
question $ JlSC. thesa Amendments'than it'would be to., but when more studied.add to an. ..Tlyan_ .
: carefuly. y- ? f.ytt.* ,
': A New" Paper in Gainesville. upon the nest, Legislature! ,: to unite inselelting adaptability, and point.out.some dUlcuJ- 'W.lr. *FII". repeal the XIHth Amendment' itself. a at and benefi' Fort George,Vellow Bluff and Tl..
some man of, known capacity ties that interpose and prevent majarititlBaler....______ :Iji Mr. in 1872 the of nature by .
$ Just!' as we go to press we learn that judicious j action*. Albu 8 _. 10 accepting ,Greeley ceo arrangements and Ir .. cor. :
and character as.U.S. Senator although Cumbia 8rdor. .- South the.ever moving tides and currents of and
I. named _._ .__._. ,9S signed'a.compact with.every. eJ S.
a nww The Florida
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newspaper This eminently wise and bad the Dv ..__ .65 Cy __._ he and the air caused to rday -
It la Mmiulhlng more than possible that i HaUtn 319 of tbo'U that the results of the ocean are coun-: 9:..
; ; : Citizen is soon 'tu be issued at Gaines- ..___ 46 lon Sc kJIJ*
I :
.. : we might not reach the inference. which same sound common sense directed the MaD._. ____: 4 Ole.__..__ 53 so far a they established the eract the sometimes harsh and severe OFFICE HOtRS. 1:1>
ville. The Citizen will be edited and i course of that for the last or Jaa\ ." '13 St.John______ :31Suwanne : l litical equality: of all the citizens! of p result of a northern location. TP poft-oCc$w'l' dafly(SsidayTexcc
the Sentinel intends paper year op1 1
p. \ : ;I' published. by R. C. Drake, former editor obviously to suggest. .--_ 44 United .States, shall not l b'e disturbed.. in our own State of Florida (Al'1'1.1 4 ..* 3D t 7J'..
..__ ._ The
; I two the in this Volusia S
'11. : ; oft! Inckp n( _nt.. The paper will be With a probable Republican majority Republican majoriy' I p ',I ", Dade..._'.. ......_ :4,_ Should a reactionary spirit. develop itself! t powerful but .i imperceptible .tide of o'cl of.. J. l ope e* it 1 I
.t. : i o joint ballot and such Republicans as i State would in the last ,election, have: Erevan!_____. '- against those results, wei .woul despair warm waters, bOTh northward from the general ,a!di.re wffl Ve open at alf
: .' :: : independent in !politics. Randall Kaiser Re- i instead of We' again -of.success'in the b ,,1876 p jaw of the Gnlf of Mexico, and times during tbe -h uet when tile i
VanValkenburgh, 5,0 1.0. quote t t-.__.....,45SVtll Total.t.__. I,92J. great tt t tem s4idid a being ditibm m
J Qua, Philbrick, Gleason, Edwards, Florida. needs' the services'of her :\ *' mjort7. 527. which ,the .present .vItr ha tered to's genial warmth,by th glow- MONEY ORDER OFFIE
!t.; : I A Curious Classification rightly compared .as Qua- in"j heat .of SUit, are ..sentquIety .
Hunt Durkc .nud others", there ablest men-men who will command to eqatanal SfO.a r at t olce payable i i.any
I. appearsno borders
: The Tribune In : The New Era'on the State Election. tre Bras to.Waterlo"OrangeGrowg [ our to p f S a.1 ordcntayaM i&
.t .. Chicago: fore-casting impending necessity to elect a Demo; the ,respect'lfdcnC and [consideration and 'ameliorate the severity of Gnt M'kain.wtzcinI G.,.""
I : the congressional future down who are able as Gainesville New Era has short b* a the IC of commisii.n; o
puts Congresmen
t crat.: If Democracy count themselves 1 t be .atmosphere that Would otherwise money order office will be tvnra
; / Acting Governor Stearns as a Democrat: well as willing to represent the State in but significant article on ,the-,result of, in Northern Florida. result from the effects of latitude S:JrM.aadt3o3tO4P3I.oanc t t'
into with Jones Hen alne.
a majority
all its interests and the '
nnd ol the Senator elect : the recent election in State from ,We take the' following We mention these facts and MOAtrOKdUCdvO
speaks as surely our ; very suggest!, a
derson, Prevard Yulee Drew Wesl- attention and assistance of the
II Go'ver- :: rather than BO*exeeediil, f to,5 cents.
: Democrat. the Tribune which l ive article from the Fernandina imply suggestive, cochl" 0
a Evidently, ment in its we quote C010ws': not e>:eediato
developing resources. a ObseTer i cent/
cott, Finley, Hart, Dupont, Papy Wither l.- riot Knowing how they will! or indeed an 'I
i must have drawn its views from the To accomplish this it is that and consider it as pertincnt to the lands 1 ; Over$ao not eacecdimc)'15 cenOe$3 */
genk necessary ; The Republican of Florida in .
and others, we need not be drivento party .how they ought to affect general alt exceeding-* .:ettttfj
: crtlddrt; l \ at l Steams' two papers the we should have: men nobly and grandly the face of a wide spread defection of I I in the, vicinity .of Jacksonville. At the' co certainly have ova,I u u-i 50,3}cent ArenEKX
the selection of even a second '
e endowed in 'titi intellectual and moral I cusionS.Th .p
Sentinel and Union. But, perhaps, his some of its trusted leaders and journal recent Fruit-Growers' Convention in r :' a crowd of our Aon*t ovpnskOn
Democrat. Yes, we ought to have a point of view-men of thought, broad .rdcii exceeding and the combined
.. .4. Accjdency has n special agent in that and true There and too often Pal at k a,the doctrine that the injury to former opinions and have led us (o the Over$1 1* not acceding$I,CCDt.cn >',
f first class man. scholarship patriotism. I table opposition :of the Democracy, has, private conclusion in 'our own mind Over$xt and at* ty,,
: city, probably from the "Old Guard.: V : are few such men in the.State!land there as in'the past, come nobly up to do its orange trees'by frost, arose rather from, hat, all things being considered, grave, Over'3 and D UCRI enae, II.1,.Ct_

I. --,. ";The Duval School Journal.We are few who are capable of filling the I work and added one more victory to the sudden thawing,after the freeze than, .directly doubts may well minds of Over 14 and n J.b.A,' .S.

.. 'I I .. What Has He Done With It ? position of Senator with tolerable respectability Cause ofequal and exact justice. from the extreme received >rndent men, psseS.tbe locations Jacksonville,October 10,1874.
{ to number this c,1.
are heartily glad numbers of men of the pf
1 The of the "old who ; yet TheDemocracy' of the 'second Congressional almost universal l acceptation, and all f or orange groves than on the waters in
agent guard: new and creditable Journal: of the Du smallest intellectual mould, and some
District'has stained its Beautiful Silk Scarf.,in of color.M BCCKtU.
garments he vicinity of the Island City, be
:,, went to Key West to negotiate an exchange val High School among exchanges;' without pretensions to moral respectability .beyond cleansing by combina- greed that the protection needed by the f ound !in flor d3.' can net

I. of two Republican Congressmen The proper use of l language is an *art ,,have the impudence to aspire to tions with apostate Republican tricksters t trees. was more.protection from the's''n, _. .TE.AND MARBLE

;. for a position in tho United Spates Senate rather than a science, and like swim-i; audacity.the p si&!or.and expect to win.by, sheer whose only aims were the gratification than'a:shel4"' against the' old; If so. A Problem\ S .

1 has not returned. When last of 1 personal spite and the acquirement then the article' we append has'a special MANTELS
Mr'I seen, is iu :
mtng '
only acquired perfection
by solution
True as mathematics but how about of the "thirty pieces 'of silver.11 Even, 'Whsars the thereof will
; i interest all CRATES AND FENDERS. &.C.,
: he was anxiously looking for a fast vessel practice; and the preparation for publication i the of these sound the candidate Congress of the Demo land-wner section r eatithus:. Stearns the Radical l Acting
: to aid in the Gulf application principles or hideed between St.: Augustineand Terra Cotta Vfrr, Drain &c.,
: exploring stream. l of H paper like the Journal. ,: cracy in the second Congressional D3- Governor of Florida, shall be seated in l'p
great i in the prosecution of the purposes entertained trict has far his record Fernandina. 1 J.L LUkCH.
:. ; solicitude is felt here and at Tallin the : so forgotten .tUI
gives precisely opportunity for a "' he Senatorial chair of the Untied States
rs ,
at : '
refined cultured and toned
;: about the 11eadqu'ai .high gentle AND VICINITY FOB ORANGE-
a ssee agent, less about the which the of its NASSAU *
practice fore-knowledge Very stylish Ladies Hats BUCKY'S.
g the whom the Sen man as to stoop to aucus affiliation with GROWING. provided always/the Democracy can at
; !150, as the Governor considers his bail publication will make careful. For a t I refers of those Hepublican traitors who agree, for a or shall elect the President of the StateSenate
one "men Whether
nobly r or not too much I
r. good.. f first effort it speaks well for all con' tne price to defeat the will, of the people hitherto been confdenceha who: will be .ex-officio Governor. N OTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
= and grandly endowed, i in. an i intellectual I and by fraud and tho worst criminal entertined .
cerned. The leader would do credit to ameliorating effects a diminution That is if Stearns S. Senator :
simple U.

l !' 4: Election Difficulties in Florida-A Singular and moral point of view, men of thought, practices, secure the certificate of election con OFFICE COUNTY TAX COLLEfTO'UJACKSO
older heads and hearts the of l latitude climate, as the,
Fact. too, and : broad scholarship and true patriotism?" to a man clearly defeated by the upon descends to resign accidental Gubernatorial .
whole friends I most important plans for selecting VILLC FL..Oct.ajd.
: It is more 'than a little strange' that, is good. Will our. allowus It is'unquestionably true that "men of;r people. I the bais'.oCaU sites ,for or.an'go" honors. 1 this is a true solution The State and County Tax, 1874 is now ,874 a

(iu view .the strong f.eUngand intense to suggest that in each successive I' the smallest intellectual mould" do This is tolerably pluin language but .orchards, is desiralle question that has of the problem; we shall like to know 1 p*o ayable th Post-office.at my oeicc.ro.i KeQtu's' Illock.next d

'.. ; r interest in the results of the recent election number, a criticism of the errors in I :aspire to the position and expect to from one who seems to speak from I l latterly attracted .much attention from I he names of the conspirators. It is which law of taxes 1873 compels unpaid the selling the of first all property

1 .. I: : wo have had so little disturbance punctuation and phraseology of the I win by sheer audacity;''but what chance knowledge.Good -. those who of have watched with the care thedegTee I rue our sufferings have been great,and up. Prompt payment a wilt save upon cnlnl c C D aa

I, In Fl'JridlDut it is a still more significant preceding ,number, would constitute, a. of success have. they? Words from .suc/ess that have:;attending been varousenterprsc our forbearance wonderful; but, with ayanc 20-241V PETER JONES.Mayor.
Democratic Sources.
fact that the only troubles known, capital exercise sections of the State. And I be hope .of a speedy deliverance, why
We wish the Journal the that Again and finally, the Sentinel says:: We take the f wise and FURBISHED HOUSE
: : arc in the,counties like Leon, Columbia success following powerful without advancing any very decided or should we betray our friends throughout FIRST-CSS

;- j : und Alachua where bolting Republican, i its merit deserves. Is it not hjgh time for the members of article from recent number of the I positive opinions in regard to the properdetermination the Union who have so nobly come forward IM JACKSONVILLE

: and nJxed-ti the our Legislature rebuke the insolence Mobile Register, and.commend it to the II I ; of this question we desire to our aid ? Intbisscetionlknow'
tickets in
M, ading Stearns'Senatorial ,
The Expected Change of Schedule. and knavery of such men, and show' the i to call attention to certain points ofinformation FOR SALE !
p Interest; were put In the pcpplu of I lorida tb"t'their representatives serious consideration of men of' all I and.well-known facts, that, not one reputable citizen or one Conservative
The all The undersigned intending to remove to his
field.} arrangements are not perfected determined to act for their best parties:. as will be well, ; who will accede disreutable pta
: 1' 1 arc readily ,seen, may han t 5 t ion,will sell hI.residence o Adams Street;near
: ; __ as yet, but are sufficiently advanced to interests and the reputation' of the State I POur The Chicago Tribune, whose, tone a'strong bearing upon its decision. an agreement. E. S James and Grand National Hotels.H. S. SANFORD te

1 The Latest Dodge. enable us properly enough, to Congratulate object in referring to the vacant shows no indication change, notwithstanding The first lmint.towhieh.we ask attention Jacksonville, Nov. 151864. Apply to 3. C.GRBBLKT, '
The the business! : men of this city and I Senatorship is not for the purpose of ad- the rumor that it has fallen in- is one that may now be considered i ito Jaektonvill*. March 6. 1874. t.8d
expedients to which men resort the the favorable vocating the claims of any particularindividual : to hands hostile to the liberal anti independent be definitely settled by the experience
in order to prop up a shaky business; traveling public, upon but urging the election of views of Mr. White, utters language of fruit-growers everywhere,yin : That ,General News. Talmas and Feedee Jackets at BUCKVS;

p. condition which calls imperatively for change in the schedule for the runningof one of our best.men. As, smatter of which should be carefully,. studiedby I in all fruits, .of every kind, whether

: economy in every direction, even to the the trains and the river-boat, that we course, other'things .beh g equal, we bur Democratic leaders: tropical 'or not, the ,perfection of favor Twenty-five thousand dolar' worth LOUIS EMILE MOURGEON,
.. withdrawal ; arc informed will soon take place. We would much prefer Republican but I I and general value for use, : I of gods were seized on ,by the
of advertisements from local: we were left to decide between "What will be the outcome of this tremendous looked for in the.vicinity of the States of the
learn that close connection will be made Repub greatest L &part propertyon From Paris,France,lately Foreman of the Staten
: : : papers, are various and some of them I lican of small moral and intellectual victory of the opposition P It L severity of climate which the nature and I which the government bad been defrauded lilund Dyeing establishment

.I unique; but the latest. and cutest dodge, between the cars: from Savannah and II I worth and a Democrat well qualified for is to early to "make sate predictions.Two normal requirements of those fruits will I of duty by W.Pollock & Co.. NEW, DYEING AND SCOURING ESTABLISH.

b that we have heard of is to simulate Tallahassee: and the river steamers, and I the position, ourdecision would certain years ago, the Republicans achieved enable them to'tolerate in safety. The ol New York. 'M.E"n.
a ly be in favor of tho Democrat.To a similar victory, and it turned their pear the leach, the and allexemplify I
4. fit of political thus the detention Live Oak will be I .apple plum The leading physician of Charleston Ladies and Gentlemen's Apparel
indignation, and under heads. They fancied that nothing could I the truth of this Lace we"l
t cover of that to get up a combination shortened, and the unnecessary: and I Republcl.ns.: this utterance of the disturb them in the possession and use the superiority in flavor which position is easily,by r r S. C., reports that the cases of sporadic: Lace Shawls.,

) : : pledge by subscription; ,to cover any apparent vexatiousdeiayofone whole day iu this "State"and national oflu-iul organ" will of the power they enjoyed. They carried : discernable and very generally recog. yellow he fever in'of have entirely ceased since I and FORSYTH other fine ftc tOt,carefully between New dean and d
necessity for retrenchment of expenses city of the !mails! and travel up the dyer have too much the appearance of an admission I things the with a high hand. They nized in the product of these fruits from: ho city setting is now free from.weather danger.and tat I let streets. V V j-i6-tf
will be avoided., that only' one man the passed salary-grab. They subjugated the extreme northern States of our own I
and thus bolster:; up your own among Louisiana by military violence. They Carpetbags and Ladies Companions BUCKVS.
And Late
to this the abundant har on the night of the 14th, Mrs. a
This} obligations Republicans who be cou'ntr
community under great safely: countedon
weakness.Sugar. defied public sentiment in possibleway.
every fruit of the largest size from I 2aynor., an actress, undertook to cowhide -
T to Captaiu Jacob, Ilrock1 of the to respond t, tho above mentioned The President fancied that he had I Calfornia. really prsent.no exception, :i Rochester dramatic critic for not THE CENTRAL SALESROOMS

; Growing in Florida river line, for his .public-spirited and requirements, and of a threat that unless: elected the party, instead of the party which they exhibit in size sufficiently 'apprciatlcg 'her abilities/

; We desire to acknowledge our obligation prompt recognition of the rightful demands that man receives the Republican' vote, electing ho allowed him, and a acting third-term upon scheme, this the is insufficient' acrcording' to the judgment lIe[ took thu.whip from her and turned L A AUCTION AND GL"ERL COMMISSION-
ory, to of connoisseurs! to forte herself, and her son, who went along to
of the general convenience his friends will unite with the Demo compensate
f to the courtesy of C. D. Brigham, by; be cooked by his kitchen-cabinet. Eve decided diminution of character'and I see the fun, out of door HOUSE

1.- Esq., of Black Point; for a sample keg consenting to charter an extra steamtr, crats to thwart the will .of the Republican I- rybody in public place had, the big- favor The same fact is' illustrated in Bay Street,near Laura, ,

.. of the yrup which he is now manufac t(SQpea'jntendcntWalkcr, of ).he Jacksonville :- Legislature. We have no. other head." All the worst elements of the fruits, such a the,currant. [ West Chester was ,hanged,Pa., November here 12.Jdderzook .- JACKSONVILLE FLA.

turing Ht his place.' Mr.- Brigham estimates I'ensacola & 'Mobile Railroad I, comment on this latest threat to make at party thoughtful come to the men front.were elbowed...Consientiousand to the cherry which gooseberry and raspberry, bl 12:201 lie made no confession.to.dayat Just I PUBLIC SALE every SATURDAY.- 6:%

I.. v > the crop from his cane on SOacros, apd' Haines, of"the Atlantic & Gulf and this time, except to express conviction. rear or shoved, upon the pavement. far at, least most, as 'a perfect pronounced specimens, 'so is before the black cap was drawn over .

.. at 500 barrels of pyrup.As to B.II. Camp, special agent of the post- that the early exposition of intention And the result is what we see I :Now concerned, are found at the favor extremity his fAce he. said to the officiating clergyman 'PLUMBING. ;

; office department: 'who has worked indefatigably I. will be likely to deprive' these deep laid' the question is whether the t\ctc.ol the of their natural habitat., Neither: i "All I have.to say is, that I am n .

.;, a newspaper man, we are thankful 1.1 the, accomplishment of schemes of all power for evil, as threats two parties will. be their does the special excellence of the Indian sinner saved "by grace, and I 'am accepted AND
-.t : for the sweetening," nnd ,as a citizen situation i is reversed. Will the of God. I
river brago in this State COPPER-SMITHING.
this work ever since his arrival here, to promote the election of a. Democrat L, Rpub operate as a
of the State, we rejoice still more that a lican party:: l lash ;its dogs ba { contradiction of the theory suggested, Boston, November, 14.-The firm of I ,
;* : gentleman: of Mr Brigham's character some four weeks.si/cl. We shall give at this early.ttago of the game, will not, kennel, 'and put its men in J.qt I Tor while the delicacy and'sweetucss o:I Kilham, Loud '&rCo., ship brokers, ha! I a prepared to execute work o every d

the particulars: of the Arrangement as support. once more? Will thewurst elements of the of 'the Indian 'river been somewhat embarrassed of late
and persistence, as well AS means, I is pulp 'orange on :i th most satisfactory Jr. and respectfully s&Udtthepatronag.tothepubUc.
soon as the details are perfected, and Wo cannot account for the the Democracy now' come to thb front make I a favorite with many; in spiciness account of the general ,depression'oC
Urns exactly .
practically illustrating! his well I and take the lead 7ViIl Fernando .
;V this will be made in it and. decision of flavor they are freights :and shipping. They own .
known a few I ,
fact;; the $ ,editorial reminds[ a I
grounded faith in the capacity of daJs. lit einef Woods Sam Randalls, Florencs. others think exceeded wholly or in from
sugar many by the,oranges part twenty t thirty r i Orders left at DOBBINS GUN SH )P.or a Mr.
.1:':. Florida us 'of a recent announcement in the Voorheeses, and Eldredgcs not to men: Iron} the lake region or the : three-masted: schooners, besides a large I
_ Our Thanks. to un, Ri*.", Goy rno'r'a'organ... the Union, that tion the unsatisfied rebeleleiuent of the farther north. grovessti number of square-rigged vessels. The: ,M. Mahony's Blacksmith shop. will 5 eccivepromptattention. :

%, f'i .. ._ E's Communication.Wo .. '"B Rix"i a thoroughly good fellow as "Governor Stearns and President Grant South, lead it io the next Presidential' 1! the position taken be true, ,then assets, of the farm are estimated by them .
campaign P If so it has achieved
a bar. wherever; in' the f selves at$050,000.and their liabilities at '
: ask attention well as a man of ( more than usual had appointed the,same day for ren victory The Republicans still : nortern'prons o; ic-7tf "WJJ. CLARKE.
: special to a communication I- a V ,thank are a Florida, other $-,0.: They have informally asked -
:.:; from 'E.*' In another. place, I ID capacity, and stands without' peer I in giving. majority of the cnntr as they,are of Lions are found', which operate to ame ai of eighteen months and I Fine black dress coats and neck wear ',.

'.' this !asue-. It Is'from a -true Conservative his own,line of business, for which his Massachusetts, can only be liorate a severity of climate that wouli two years,which it is understood their V f VROBERN a B .,

and one of the most upright and dry humor- and' a, peculiar ready wit I;, A Southern Outrage in New jersey. dislodged the Government from the executive branch of, otherwise be expected from an increase' creditors.are disposed to extend to them, & MAPSON
., by folly on of latitude alone there' other
honorable men in the Democratic party.It approximating i ,to. genius, girw him,remarkable We.publish for the benefit of the canvas their own part, extrme' extreme ing 'equal, goo1 locations, for things be Philadelphia,November 14-The coamitee ; Have opened first-class
; chows conclusively that honest and advantage Wel, "B.;Rix." r in Leon "nnd Alachua'counties, prudence.o .the part of, their adversaries. groves should be found And orange, ,tother.considqratlonfthan reditorof Jay Cooke ,: I II

f higb-niinded gentlemen of all parties,of wIstook for original 1 something which the following for a New York exchange ." ; those .arising held, December 1st of' the meetng tobe I ,I SHAVING SALOON,

'J t' in their and we quoted from another paper, intimating :. Let Democracy show that the out from a' Jocaton north or'south. withii schedule they'' comer of Bay all the modernappliances
course 'of'
agree scorn contempt present a assets and then a F 1..h
come will be substantial and the nge & arc worthy of ful country caa
J". rather discreditable for
: for the trading and .sordid 'spirit .trading Developments in the 'oteIa1 canvass t Let the Southern States esp tlerant'ap consideration is 'shown by fac 'reg proceed to declare a dividend in cash b found. They also furnish at a bowsHOT
L LIng'orange.grQwingin
4 t. which seems: so largely to bare presided votes, and,. "pitched in"," going .for t is leave no room to doubt that great frauds proach the grave duties which have devolved this State and r; The committee will continue' in session BATHS. '

r 1 ',.. over the recent canvass. It proves also quite savagely In the Democratic'' Republican were committed by.the Democrats in the upon them with' prudence and recent date. from day to day until the 12th of December .ANfl COLD

':.1' that a conviction of the !distortion of "organ," and we replied to it Fifth Congressional district of New Jersey liberality I The victories of November The 'severe frost .in this State'. j la the during which time anyWcditorcan TIIet entitling the bearer to e&tc! .tv'sato
thelegitimate be heard tnr
:. < the committee
comprising Bergen, Morris and 3d mean, 1 if$ winter of by who may "r shaves,hair
diminution ofour a.I they mean anything bard' 186&-9 will long be remem L- tlb C a sm
f vote by corrupt and degrading } I. witout'm:1o" or any Passaic counties order to defeat Wil I- money, home rule, 'and free trade': I It bered by themanynew bands at oran 0 have any suggestions to make' in the $1.5. -

!'.. : bargains, made for tho promotion of personal, regard .for "Brlx," who liam. Walter JJlelps the Republcannominee will be a sad day for. the South, if this. culture, whose hopes were sq' severely matter ot the assets or accounts, or objections

wlfish individual schemes, is becoming in his communication.had Mid' something for.CCnrt'ts, suction ,mistake Northern sympathy at chastised by the unwonted severity o' to submit t claims againtt the y\EPOT LUMBER YARD.
general. 'E." is alone about those who .4AawM supported ty,ami winked ability ,rendered. J, him an her oppressed condition for remorse at that winter, in which the severest .
by no means that -that I is. the SOUTH. ohjecl of hatn-d to many bl the leading the abolition slavery, pity at the conquest weather known. in this State since 1835 Baltimore,November, 14. The Chicago CONTRACTORS ,ANQ BUILDER
among the better class of Conservativesin paper & DemcraM In the district. The canvassers of the Confedeacy, or regret at the occurred. Many well-grown'and bear: extension 'of the Baltimore, and 1

the views which entertains.' Certain friends ours, of the Demo in Bergen 'county occupied over a enfranchisement of tbo''clored races! Ing'orange trees, and nearly all theyoung Ohio Riroad.h&vlng been completed WL Tt(0 A

J cratic persuasion, with a view of testifying : week' in "correcting'1 and altering re: No doubt.the.manner in, which: Federal trees, ,from Jacksonville 'on 'the regula Chicago anc FULL ASSORTMENT OF

Dr. Everitt. to our efficiency in the canvas s. turns s as-to defeat Air. Phelps, and and State laws have been executed at nor us far south ,as" OrangeSnmter Baltimore will commence running on DRESSED AND UNDRESSED

and very.justly attributing tho election this ( ldult &caused the"'greatest indignation the South 'wa greatly instrumentl I in ro counties were killed 'b'the'frbst Monday November 16th.Cincinnati' .. MOULDINGS LUMBE..
The many friends of this gentlemen iu the Republican rank down the and AND SAWE
breaking RpublCn party P. ; even' at Tampa, oath 0 November 16.-$70,000 PINE
wire i much disappointed at hU failure i to WlI.I'ptJy: to our straight forwar Several respectable'Democrat of prominence but we must not fall' error of Gulf l coast, many trees .w severely! were stolen from the American Express SHINGLE

ftll'JJcl the Horticultural Convention atJ' Republican curse; supposed! that in their party,,who have closely supposing that the sweeping revolution injured But during all the'r cold'of tha Company. Two men brought. a trunk CHE'&P FOR .CASH AT

llL1ka?where be had been announced was blind M well as mad; knd proposed watched the Clva8 have declared is intended as a rebuke of the recon I- severe seaon..the ', ,and even the to the 'oOe. An accomplice sent i a THE DEPOT' LUMBER YARD. ..

"C ad to him tojtna combination of Demo thata more barefad'swindle struction'acts or of the laws enacted for lemon trees onwa beJt'oC country In,Co watch pan, cigars,and during his &b
fo an essay on Agricultural Chem yak. never before committed, nnd,yesterday theirenforcement. That revolution 1 lumbia county, one of the" o sence placed the safejo the trunk, ; Lumber delivered laattparO)of the dty ue f.j ,
Jstry '"Jlu, of crutic soreVliIds who .should,, agree /to i bl these" D, .I ntes"onthe and at all landings oa the,iver Pt Iowra,
cause bls some '
failure mot-rats asses than
tofillibisengagement farther-reaching mere Georgia line, that Jay to the ) was,carried away by the men. The anconp1Jcewas .dersrecem .
was a severe indisposition take away their' business from the NEWSUl. e that they.saw certain of ,the PhtJpsbalolS local l.outrages. ;It reaches to disgst' Okuferiokee swamp; survived the winte arrested. prompt ae.J. Bf"U'.

I 'piuced .by a congefctire chill whichprosiraUd altered by one of the canvassers talus qf political ecnomy' and .of government without injury :from the fnisti And The'Albany lumber trade is V reportec Jat\t nv\Hi,.Wortk 6 1874.Bankets _
"Brix" mad at and if-In his county and,one of them has: itself. It ,means that then while the severltybitbe: frost was On .
tou u' the other hand the Ot

him that time. and Coverlets of six and omHi
At flu
hu suc
consented to before the Grand served of the States the Constitutional lrld. every.
Jury rights
go I- as & &! the increased activity !,
;; Low fl'''. prepared a lecture, (and a setofclurU place.we suould have been,perhaps st and'swear to the truth 'of'the statement, right of home'rlef' shaH be'mbre. of the norther of orange and tres in the trade reports Chaudiere. Severe1 V '

I. J.. to illustrate it,) which be will as mad; but lie rfsod.to join the cum.blnatod or 1 make affidavit to the:same. It is scrupulously ft means that Flo .& par atu&ly' Wes large:sales including at '2,000,00feet ( : ,
J because flU a Zo,w it will be shown by good monopolies shall give to the along tho shore of re one rHN.c.uRQwN'
: rt-ud At ,the meeting in January, in this I Wi way ntnr1 ; bay I to a': Montreal house are reports JUCIO
doing Uiingi This and responsible of'Bergencounty law, offcpen harbors aiid-iree trade. It if instances of ? -
lecture tP way nf Democrat any Injures frost occurred at advanced prices, and rates for t AND COMMISSIONFRUTTS.
pity.: The will be I illustrated freigh .
; by wa anti l that alone that elected I that business shall by '
I very .orr we own up WiS by means revive and. to: orange :tees l upon' have risen to six' dollars per thousam d -
/ Itenilc! experiments and analyse*, we owe lx" one, ;at least. That 1 majority of several l 'votes. The corrupt public e'be restored by .a re Amelia island or along the shores of i its from.Ottawa to with an IU '

:. :,.,going to fhc w tbe fncalcnUble l wealth debt shall be .- There is 1 tifferenc action' of. hn Dcmorat in this! torn to a gold bai at the ver earliestpossible contiguous, waters or the other neigh tivo demand BarUugn. that are a VEGETABLES. ROEJn: P.
between getting mad occasionally, ar 1um r has 'or .' boring islaadaor even the offered. Also! advise vlslm.COYaaGtWAL'
I. ; f the Stllto-when once soil is ( adjacenmainland. from Quebec "
4 ... dndireiobd\ prol..rl'.l being 8 irihbicnllr mean that one needs feeling against' the Democratic 'part 1, This is meaning enough for, .the viciory -, .;..' tv ui: ;'*... that square repr has advanced ii :' ./ Bay street. : \
/. and judicionMy. cult! a subscription by hi* neighbors, and will datnagB it'more than'would telection 10 If we go beyond the great In the early fall of : liBIC
*W ....,T t -.. .. .iA.o.f .01 1 A I t demal1a. 1872-having aboua price considerablyn-that} and'< .
I f : !#*. !/ from bating himself to death( ,etl ot Phelps by a large" majority. of the country and say that |It means I, : thousand try and vigorous. two I some large sales are reported. 4'EMBRANT Ub-S G PIcTE, a 1

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CITY 'H NEWS, have pMscdatway by this time, tut they'!I cess.' it would prove the direct means oi !. -Captatn 'Cbas. Dougherty reports a COUNTRY FIRMS PROMPTLYJBUPPUtD : HOTEL 'BOARDING. HOUSES.- .1 .-"- ,
have not as those gentlemen off With the best Groceries tn the Market by Wm.Rich.for PURNITURE'f
young securing profitable employment to hnndredsjof wrecked hoisting .lighter" Mosquito cash. S i

NESD Y MOflNING.0mber whose province it is to collect little,.bills, people, ;and, doubtless lead to I Inlet. It had on board an engine,boiler ,. t lo-it tf PRIVATE BOARD. ( WAREROOMS !I!

-18, 18746 will readily attest. If all these little mantother'lmportant 'advantages that and her hoisting' tackle. The name U THE PARENTS THE' STICKNEY, HOUSE, FURNITURE, --. I.

: were Of all iweB regulated families purchase their groceries of ; :. -
outstanding engagements only cancelled .would rapidly succeed each other.Is was not diatl guisbable. -4'
Rich! ,PoIVs Block,Bay. ,10.11 tf BrMRS. 5A DAY. ": : ,. I,_" .. ; ."
there would be of'
Rive0u5e, plenty moneyIn III .
The circulation and the times, in :', :.CALL lAt : Good board a reasonable rte' '.: D i\ V rs.DRiw.: '
Rochester IloUse) has .wouldjio. Tampa Europe. or Is Europe in THAT SODA FOUNTAIN ,liberal terms mad the thbsa dealing t make a per- .

(fOrlXlef 1 the Messrs.bee much easier. w Tampa ? ., .'. ..j Ceo. M. Smith's Music Rooms tad set the Bnett Jn the J F"w. cigar store Is admired all. suy, i i-t: 1301RIVERSIDE .' "r."z ;,,,i :
Sed for the winter bj .t The ', Organ ever on exhibition in this city. i-i8lf b \Ct :t
Union's Jocal"repOrterls'la .J '
geo _ _ 6-31 "
odrkh, the Cornier one othepi.oprietOZl ,A Pleasant Custom. : HOUSE, at.-S1
well in
Ecott& grapher. evidently is up GREAT SUCCESS )FAITH HOPE AND :, ) <
connect- CHARIT" ; ? PARLOR-SUITS. .
And tho latter long We do not know where, or when the latitude and longitude. His latest Mr. Peter A. Ljroan has secured the service of Mr. T last but not least,J found haying (Formerly)Rochester House.). :. ; -. -- CHAMBER"SUI.f '.

th the frAnklin House at Highgateg custom of cultivating ilo'Weri"in'the: achievement, is the. location of', .Tampa M. Mahonjr ai full superintendent of the Bar and Dintng from Rich* b lel c JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.Jfforut "r- ; *. j "
in Europe. Our people used to think it Room of his"Wed Vnowm' tal1n.Dtto'"hkhhe' .j -, -,
most popular sum- .,, ,
of UW !
windows of residences first MAY."CH *
5rnDWS. one tie- city originated was in Florida.' But since the Union's Invites all his old friend from the country, from whombe BUY BOOTS WITH : ,raox KOVBMSU TO '

tDcr csDrtsof: Vermont. Tbese. gen } but we certainly appreciate and local has said it,,we must even believeit expects the same'atronage that has been extended A. K.PEICTVAI.stamp upon them. They are s.rloto *' T uia J.L.Scott.OM of the proprietor Vermont! MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES i -
of ;
arrived last week and are now pre- admire Jt and wish it tere'more nni- is so. Those who would like to take him for the last six years. The beds at Mr.Ly man's are all others. lo-jitf and W. H.Goodrich>for at years Highgate therewith Springs connected u "

oeL to "receive proposals" from all versal. Everything looks ro. quick trip to Europe, have'only 'to go enrirory new.clean and comfortable.. Gentlemen* hop'ping clerk&c.,b leava to announce to dr C and a .;
cheering TO the -
pared to Cedar Keys and take the steamer to there may rely on being well served. Call and RE. those yit frda,1bat& .
and -
for pleasant healthy quar.S and and but little foot of Pine Pleasant, furnished rooms can be'rented near the above House bt to make i a home ;
IDg card in attractive as expense Tau pa. Mr. Frederick Dettelini left see Lymanl Bay st reel. at St. aliBiS to them. 1azr DAVIS DREW C b -
Sec their St. Hotel t brinwlt '
James AddreuLockboz7P.O. to-aS &
for the: winter. Is incurred, we cannot help regardihgit for Tampa on'Friday evening last, abd IM1 ORTANT. 1e h only five situated,minute*on walk the west bank of the the Parlor Cnamba. '

mother column.Circuit. as a capital investment. It is' a most the Union informs us that he has goneto On and after this datc'credit at my bar and restaurant METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. 51 Jon riv., and commanding a fine ve fl and Suits. comer. of Sal*,!' -

_'_ II excellent trait In Europe. Who wants to go to Europe, will be refused to all person without distinction. doW river and o(the surrounding cn. Par j BAY AND LAURA STREETS Suia.
every person.to possess Observation taken at 7 A. ..'s i. w.'andg s'. .Your Ia Sut .
New Icit Add Chamb.11Suits.
Court. ? South. l
fondness for flowers and indicates gentlemen Terms strictly cash. FKEO. BrrrcuNt. daily,by the Si&n Service U.S.Army,in this city. pre 'SCOT GODRIC .
31 'a FIA. .
Jacksonville, Nov. nth. 1874. S.
convened yesteJad"'c \Vhat 11-14-1 55 H 1,11da.
The Circuit Court degree of positive refinement that will stinging sarcasm is expressedin t r aWind.. t f Or L, S. Scott,Highgate Springs Vt ,1:11 .. .
Archibald presiding. every line, and how keenly we feel STUPENPOUS SACRIFICES .
B. ,
U. O I I -
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be found a key to other ? ; -
to. very many write ,4.. ,
our inability to 'a parallel Daily, hourly and momentarily disposed of at the -
ix criminal cases set i ; P D IDDELL HOUSE/ '
Tbl're are twenty really excellent qualities. Their rich piece. The only consolation. wo have to d-i4tf CIKAT SOUTHERN BAZAAR. 74- | ? | 8 i ] .STOCI&-
besides.fair OUR LARGE
down for trial', we arc informed and varied hues combined with their sooth our lacerated spirit is, that. in .our .g.; : I.I.i FERNANDINA, FLA. (, .

cases to take up the quiet we were and the P. U. NOTICE. Sat. 14 Si N Fresh o.oi .
show ofeivil delicate} and way right 9 3.3 6 C'd J
always .
exquisite perfumes are '
Sun. N :
bummer off the track. Mr. 'Bettelini BUCET will pledge to sell Clo'hlnj, CedtlCmen's Underwear IS' 87 Fresh 00 rfw '
attention of the liar. Duval stlrc to afford an increased I Blankets Overcoats,'Cloaks. Talmas Cover I 335 ?. 67 N Fresh 0.0 Bair SAMUEL RIDDELL, PaoraiaToa4 vV ':
amount .
one left for via Cuba and: a .
of the ,Europe possibly. 9 30.38 67 NE Break CTdy .-' . -
tounty beats all the other counties of enjoyment, and cost comparativelylittle may have taken Tampa in on the route; lets,Trunks,Valises,Silk and Fur Hats, and myriads !Io.16 .7 30.56 67 7 E Gentle 0.0 0.0 CTdy 49 miles' 0""die .'" ; 101 ..S.S... '101 .'.' #." .
and some people of other articles too numenms ,to mention at7 lnfrictt. 33 E Fmh oco Cl'dy Mac df 0'c&bt .- fa I ':
he the NEW 7 4 h. : .
101. )
State for litigation at the same time. I perhaps 'paSsed, through 9 E' Fresh 0.00 Tdy lot ; .'
might Dame, always seem to ., I SOUTH.office; who can, tell ? Another -- .U'14I Tue 17 7 3.3 TO 67 E Fresh o, o C'dy -Rrrhl sea breezes. -, ; 101 IOl.'R ; 101 :; '
that we mistake N. S. local made. lIe should ONLY CALL, I 3o..7 f 75 NE Fresh 0.00 OPEN SUMMER AND WINTER. ,J. -.101rb -
If defeated ye ,101 101 I.
they Tues. 18 .
in court. City Treasurer's 9 30 75 E Fresh o.oo Q'dy I : ,
tare a case other given tatemen. have headed his piece, "Much ado about as others have done, and be convinced that Cheapeitiarcalns Barometer corrected a for temperature and elevation.'F' BOARD: >. j :-i > ; 101 JAcqth1 Li,. 101 "
again from some The is "The in tea- can be obtained, and with greater satisEiclion. IU .. .101. ;
charge following the financial statement nothing. or tempest a Per 101 : ;" J .n4e4) ,
d-----.3' ; 101 J.-
and thus give the l legal and auentive salesmen to wait Per .... .. f
gUndpint profession of the City Treasurer for. October pot. -Un ion. Polite _upon every one .rm '... I 101. .lu1.- l' .> :, '
chance to live to the great and small at TH E GnAT SOUTHER BAZAAK. NATIONAL BANK Satisfactory arrangements mae with families1.Fate .- t 101. .. 101 .- ". .
a fair up 1874: On the east bank of the beautiful Indian __ ___' _"_ _ 11-14 tf : livery accom moda I i-4-tf.:I I I I lot ...' lot ,' $'. '
i' I
I ? 101 '
dignity of their: position Dr. River, far down .below the "Xar- ? (jACKjLACRt ..JACK'LACEUA j FLORIDA. ', Fine Business Suits'at BUCKY'S. _" ; 101 101 "1 'OO"If'j
I Oct. t. Cash balance General Fund onSept Land 010101010D&D0101010I01 t' :
Weather. 30, 8 4i.- .....,..._. 1.._m....,_ (104 sq row, where the oysters are finest and spleidid assortment of new style Jack Lace,very JACKSQN\'IL. lOlooooaoooooaooncoooocolOIlOloo ." '
The Oct. I. CaiH RnccCcneteryndnhaad the most abundant .lhes an old low figures. Call at DATW&Da.. oolOI10101ooooooooaoaooaooooaoolOl i: r
of the weathct Sept. 30 1874-_....._._...?._...._ 10 oo game 11-11 if FURCHGOTT,BBIOOMCT& Co.. I Tht entf'National Bank i* cftration in tktSMt. E, OCEAN HOUSE, ;.
the variable character Oct. ist to )it.t. Cash balance Cemetery Fund white haired, white bearded man. lIe T' 101 lOloooo FtmvrnntB oooolOl r-

has bad a tendencyto for October i874.-.._.....l_.........__.._ 30 oo 101 lOlaoooooooaooooaooooooolOl -
for the last few days Oct. itt to jut. Cash fines from Ma>or'i lives alone,,save that his dog and cat, MATTING! MATTING'1> MATTING! ,Exchange on Savannah and New York sold,and Exchange : "FLt.- '101 lOlooo WA*,HOVSSooolOl :1

develope any amount of complaintfrom Court g fi. Sept 874_................. 37 oo make companionship for him. lie has 300 Rolls orWhft'e Check. and Fancy Matting'ch--ap C all Northern points bought, I, JACKSONVILLE 101 ,lOloOCOOOOOOOtOBOOOOOBOOlOlHIOIOIOIO[ r i. .
Oct. iKt I') iiL. Taxes and Licenses from P. than ever. ,The most magnificent styles ever lagded ..- ---- -' .- -. ----. --- 101 D&D.OIOIOIOIOI ,
those who make their specialbo1tilY 1 Waller,X ax c.oIlcaor-\\'arranbi......._...... tja go lived in that country for many years. in lickj'onviDe. Call at AT CURRENT RATES.,. Centrally located and It-all itt appointments lot 101 101 101','. "
Oct Stall ._.... tVI'
of lot t)34. rents for Octol>er. .000 101 101 10J
ailments a general topic con Oct. IM to 3 ist. Market(:_.._.___...._ 95 13 His once btalwart form is bent with n-ii tf FVRCRCOTT, BENEDICT &Co. DIRECTORS .AND STOCKHOLER Will remain open during the Summer tsontit' 101 101 101 101 u :"

versation. Tlify grumble uicossantlytnd Total 1.......T1...,-nt n........_.__..__.-16.643 rheumatism, and he la compelled to"se Fti: I' 1arose.ITcinqCtagEs, .. 101 101 101 101 101 101 101*'' .-;;' ,
give the nu>J'oal' fraUrnity every Cr. a staff in walking. His name is A.. W. USE Hon. F. E.Spnmn" W.A-McLlAJiTEsq., TRANSIENT BOARD j. .101. '. 101 -101 .- .. L:;:0- .
chapped ds. To be purchased at J. H.Liv. PHIL REMINGTON, E q., C.A. FAtRCHIL.Esq., r 101. : )101 4' -

chance to leap a rick harvest: out of Oct.Fridenbcrg.s. laid_Warrant_....._No.-i.iSS._,.order__.C._ S.l Estes. lie has planted a. nice young i ingiton's,drug'. 'store.' n-ytf. .' S"1 W.SQUIEES REMINGTON., Esq., W.DAMON M. BosrwiCK GREENLEAP., Es E., $3 PER DAY,or ''"z ,PER. EEKv t., '_ ., .> :: 101 101?,, : ',t., .. : \101, ;,,'t
the Is. ..
their exaggerated suffering, greater Oct 4 R ccivedVamllt No. 1lss.ordcr E oc the' coast beyond ihc 'e1 7'0' I c t
Fortune .?..*......._.?_?...??.?__. 41 67 orange grove CEDAR KEY: OYSTERSAt September 36, 1874.. -tt-4-jy Very reasonable arrangements made with J permanent,. 'lOt. ',.....10r'101 '0.
jftirtcfTibich may be safely regarded Oct. j. Paid Warrant No. i.aor,order Mary "Narrows lie came from Georgia Fred. Bettelinfj Restaurant,Bay street Post-office, ", ,., ; .- .
Like the Irishman thesetcoIIo W Gamie..........__.._...........|..*....... 15 oo' in'every! b MRS. C. U BUPIINGTON.I .,, ', '" "'t.w -- I'_ .
delicious and cooked
agiffianinaiy. and has his Euildi con.ceivabic
Very g.
spent ,
Oct. Paid Warr-nt No. Iao6.order H. H.Hixg. many years ago f9 "
unless .. ......... ._ ._._......_.. _. 'le. Received dally. J. : .
) ire never quite happy Oct. 8. On- hand?from? lax Collector.3 war-_ 16'50 lime.chiefly in "'t -iling." Ho Is not a st) ? 10-2131 : Jacksonville- May'33,1874.Gentlemen's : : )" : ; 'a.-' !

U1ry have something t? make them ranrA.M......._...._ti..MtM"&........_M. .?, 19000 poor man-=-not by any manner of means. DRESS GOODS'I! DRESS GOODS f ROOMS : ? THE FINEST AND BEST SELECT- .
Oct On had front Marka at BUCKYS.1jELLONVILLE '.
lUiseraLlr. 31....;..._.............._............,...t.warrant .,.... 50 00 Every season when he sold his turtles, Look at our sell ction firl'! Our prices never fan to ,FIRNISIED uc 'lild[;EDIN. THE SOUTH. '., -wJOl

Another--Kt\v-- Steamboat.S Oct... 3.!.. On.. hand.. Cemetery ener..t fund.. cash.. _._.. 311 40 00 ap he took payment in gold, and deposit- fered.please. Call Only at'new and choice,reliable goods ; of-' Location, Inquire plest! Libr Go facilities for housekeeping. TV / 'HOUSE. "' ,"..,: ,. .J ,' -'d44 I .

the in old tomato B. KELLOGG / :.1 ., .' Itf
JJotffe fitkrUf yesterday made 'total."aJ .!!.................?....?...?..?. $646 43 ing shining eagles an ii-n tf FvscHco'rr BENEDICT& Co. 11-18d E 4 I '
The can buried' the can iq the earth at a Parlor RICH, PLAIN .Cl amberl
her trl:1! trip and everything worked It will be sceh that there is now in FIFE CASS1MERS AND TWEEDS. T> EAUTIFUL Suit*. ,. Suits ,".
certain which he took to MELLONVILLE.ORANGE COUNTY, FLA., *
spot good care Parlor Chamber'Suits.
wttsrartorlly. So \\0 go. The gradual the treasury $358 27 in cash, which far Call and ;inspect our Stylish Cassimeres Doeskins, ant. ; Su1ts .
remember. Besides himself, no one Broadcloths; at'.,,. Tweeds and Fine Jeans for boy' CHROMOS.The Parlor Cbrmbcr ISuite. "
uf the is exceeds previous amount of cash SUBSTANTIAL r
substantial growth country any r
lot : Best selection. Lowest figures. SUIISJ'
knew where his coin was concealed. ;-so.5.ti I-I. KITE Proprietor.
since the well known Hair Dressing saloon of .t Parlor .. .Chamber. ..
continually calling lor added facilities wan The treasurer's booksare ii-ittf At FURCHGOTT. BENEDICT& Co. .
When he had a few thousands more Suits. FURNITURE.. Suits
well and 'ALEX. DsLYON -J11d '
both for transportation and for manU correctly kept. -' r1.,1
than he wanted he loaned them to upriver UNDERVESTS I UNDERVESTS I II!ILadies' .
A liberal enlightened policyn Masts: has recently been fitted up with some of deprettiesi ,_ ,i1 ;
factnrlnfr. .Gentlemen's. Youths' and Infants
merchants time and with chrome brought into this It HOLLAND '
on long ever city. coats nothing) J. '
) the part of our people will work Chance for a Spe ulallon: Undervests,all prices,uil sizes, all style, at reasonable to go and examine them and o readers will do wel i J -- '
good interest and undoubted security.A &. Call at to drop in and see for themselves; Besides this,any] We are prepared to offer our stock at 1
jvombr while the penurious course of In all large cities, everything that can man in search of that greatest of earthly luxuries "a t WATCHMAKR AND .
well do old all 1I-lIlr .
to living BENEDICT & Co.LFAVORI'l'A
very man,- : low itht
clean shave, can obtain it here to If a 'remarkably prices. ? .
lie ni;"'rly mind: can only hinder and he caught up is utilised for some purpose alone with his dog and cat, miles distant stranger goes there once,he ane PfreOD placi: JEWEIER, ,. '.I... .. '." :. .:. -J
OYSTER SALOON.At his tonsorial headquarters and for the besof t t ti
We well- other known to those who .
repress cnL rprisl'. heartily or only from any neighbor,. and asking no Gato's corner,where the old Ice'Cream stand'was. all possible reasons he finds himaclisisited; and thatisallthatanymanwotddaskl .l lI Corner Pine and Bay Sis., : J1iI. '

thC nattie Darker and hope her have made it their province to get into r.. 11-1&31 .'I:0;- ..,. ,
KBC) odds of any one. And now we will tell Open Monday evening. Coffee,Cake, Oysters and I JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. ; \ft ":"

'uccf i ftllt y be nil her builder could something where a monopoly of any out readers how this man happened to everything to order. f i i-4tf] L.J. SIDNEY. '. ,' : : .:) 'J1' 't

!Je re. Capt-iin: John Fitzjrcral one of sort might be obtained and money real- come to Florida.lie BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS- BROCK & COXETTER'S -:0- DAVIS & DREW'. ,' .

(,urn)4t popular river captains her ized thereby. Even-the dead placards Will find a complete assortment of lumber, dressed 'New Jewelry, CloksVatch- : ; 'f

command are torn from the walls and convertedinto used to plant in Georgia. His and undressed,mouldinp.shingles,etc.,at the Depo, r r es,Diamonds,Plated and DEALERS IN 1. 'j" '>: -

-p charmin gornaments of papier ma nearest neighbor was a man much older Lumber Yard. Orders to be dclvered; at landings 01 I CONSOLIDATED 'RIVER LINE., Solid Gold and/Sil- '., ;. -.. ,

than himself, and the two became Inti- the River receive especial attention, ver 'Ware etc. CARPETS
PersonaL che. Hags can be seen nowhere, for All kinds of FURNITURE.. ,!
mate friend. During one of the fracases Address Louis J. BRUSH. MATTRESSES WHITE PINE WALf.
Governor Pix. It is given out will fragment is p'cked and sent to -
I every up ., ".
avail himself of hu re-lease from the that used to be so common in that early A NEW ARRANGEMENT.Until : r .' ,
makers. of biass -
paper ,
ares ol State on the 1st January in a time in the South, Mr. Estes' friend VILLA-SITE on St/John's river Is offered for sale CIOUS ET IN!&RE I. .-
Florida whcie ho iron lead and tin are eagerly caught up One of the most desirable places In the vicinity! of Jack (ue notice the steamers compiking this lint STONE JACKSONVILLE. .Ft*. i -
trip to jw-opowjg toCTcnd i killed a man for which he was sentencedto will Jackl.vJe daily at 9 a. m PalaUca an i GL. .1,,1 1 Ei
the remainder of the winter. I and Sold to the meltcrsnt various prices, sonvllle, containing ?B acre*-about 8 acres ready fbi I a follows: '. : "." : i
for of
term -
penitentiary a years. planting. For particulars,apply at the counting-roon -
Good for we dire eny that: the renera-. not. cen n rusty nail being permitted to FLORENCE, HAS CHARMS I i--'If .
bId ita.l.e6man. in the midst of the ducks, : observation and in fact The friendship ofyo ng Estes obtaineda ofTHE Naw SOUTH. 4- 5tf f"iilLdt n, .Monogram, and MUSIC ., 1f
escape everything From. Shipyard Wharf on Sundays, '
fish and alligator! of Florida will soon: pardon from the Governor, and the RENT. Wednesdays and Friday;; Fancy- done i ,!
scant to be ciade use of. TucaJ : : rt r..t l"
fcaw;_to be troubled about the late elections prisoner breathed once more the air of A good store,located in the finest business portion I STARLIGHT" an.arItI manner. "' ., ""t.. "'r'0' .-.,....., ibe.s t I';
to '
Ex&angc. I If men only exhibit i* disposition freedom. But not long, for confinementin of the city OrSL Augustine; well adapted for any busI.' From Railroad Wharf on Monday!I PRICE 'REDUCED. : t

Cot George PaUlson of the olJ- wake there are always plenty of which ness. Best location in the city. Rent |ao per month and Thursdays. .
one money brought on typhoid fever eI
prison ., "
Address James M. Byrne.St. Augustine,or Wm.C. Standard time by.Chronometer : : .' I I I" ;r: ',' !, t.t lf$

on a vint to our city and i II the guest up and acted upon without unnecessarydelay. .' Estes was watching by the bedside of From Shipyard Wharf on Saturdays. THE' BEST "IN 'THE "'"WORLD! j'C

of hig nephew Cul. IL A. TattixMi. A single example will his friend the latter addressed him ;: MILL, THROUGH BOATS I 1. :1"1 !f'.|

U. S. Marshal S. Conant,' reiurual suffice, and yet we question whether Esfes," laid he, "open that chest under. Well McCoy's located creek on, to the be banks leased ol to the responsible St.Johns parties river and by I For Enterprise and intermediate landings: ,f" '. :"'t 'rf 1; .4' i

from Xe\v Yar V last Monday. any one will take hold of it, since the the bed, and hand mC a large packet of the month,year or to panics desiring to saw by the, STARLIGHT Ihundays. from Railroad wharf_on Mondays and I AGEJTT POI THB CELEBRATED. Bln. AMDCOUKVOISIEB. .iLL. LAST A LIFETIME- '

excuse is the lips/of all "it's really the thousand. Apply at the b ,. T! J l
!Ir. Wm. Fuller of Brooklyn, has upon / papers you will set there. Taking I : HATTIE Sblya'wharon Sluys _' .
arrived at the St. James. too much trouble] papers in hi* trembling hands the dying Returning, daily (S ndilJ ezce:I S '" ; } "" :

There is in this and Enttr on Monday, MPORTANT' TO EVERYBODY, ."' -Rilr? i if
scarcely a cilyin man said: "I know I am about to die, CIGAR3 mora&, I a .. .f

Connubial.Uj which the veritable tea plant may not I have had them for years anti have I Imported, domestic and of their own manufacluti I FRiht received daily at their BROCK.respective ware .5 .o '6. "fQ" ".
J. : 1 #
be found growing luxuriantly. It cer- from time to time postponed going to, can always be had, a better article and at a lower price Agent Hattie and Florence. J you wish a genuine article in the way. .f

accident the notice of the marriage than any other pUce in the city, at Gato& Co's LA C. M. DAVIS, ;: -3OV 44 I

IIr Mr. Henry D. Holland to Miss Cor- tainly would not cost a very giestdeal that far off place, but I got these papers FIIJon"J 6-13t 11.18. Agent Starlight. Wines,Liquors.&c..go to ," O* UK CKLUKATXD. ,' -co...- ,':_.j "j 4

neha U. to! have ali the leaves carefully stripped; from one of the three men who buried J. B. TONI. .
Douglas was omitted in our : yarn W. GOLDEN. ,FRANK A '
and -
these could afterwards be dried SHONINGER
last issue. the treasure, and who was the sole survivor. --
They were married at the i in dte"mQrning'complain of a head I.
then in neat and attractive form, limy on rising & ADAMS; .: : ':111)0) :
put up the vital had departed
residence When park Vjcby or Kissengea I GOLDEN -
of Mr. John T. Edward, in ache or feeling stupid. A fass of If you wish to take recreation in a good game I .
in pound packages larger if desired; Esles examined the and from"Tuflis" Mammoth fountain in La Fi'oriu euro I IN DAILY USE. ,t ,P<| a.
LaY 1la, atoll oVlock A. M by the Rev. papers D.Lm Billiards,go to J.TOGNVS Saloon,Bay street., J
Mr. they would command a ready sale eve- discovered that of two all such un;Icasaot sensation 6-1 J"'f ,r'cfT t'
TomUns they were maps S
of Green GROCERIES '
Cove .
Spring. '
'. rITh
After the marriage, tho happy couple rf'w here. Tea that has been kept on localities near Tampa Bay; certain topographical OUR ENTERPRISING .The best musical talent of the country recommend. .

immediately crossed the river to the band for any length of time lose iU marks were very clearly In- Friends Messrs.Gato t Co.,have seemingly spared nc FRENCH 'CONFECTIONERY Y Imp Bass"Ale o draught Call* for !it at J..B these Organs. The nicest and best. Mon; for youfj (.' 1
strength and vitality and hence the dicated. There have stated expense in introducing the handsomest soda tumult TOGN1S the Billiard Saloon. I
rewfcneo of Mr. T. O. HolmeS where were, as we ,a Metropolitan money, and gives better,aat1baa any othei-.
younger it is, the more readily it sells. two places mapped out. The ever ent up lo this city. It is admired by everyone and) AND T, :ALE,;, 3-25-301' .
daring the papers be FOREIGN DME'TIC' made. They comprise the ': CI t-.
evening, they were visited the soda from lis! pronounced by aU the,ladies to now h "i ..
Md If carefully- prtpared this very tea, stated that in a certain of the last VINE CIGA.. .' "
serenaded by a large number of which is common' e\'erywhcre'around year the best. ___________ TOBACCO. ETC A CARD. Eureka, Concerto r j'ntraallj ,tiI",
pirate vessel cleared *
friendi. We wish the O4itury, a being by "\ r
parties a happy GREAT
fcoaeyoioon us, will be found equal in quality to a a'man'of war, the pirates transferred Rico'i Have i(tore anJ to arrive jACKSOimttc. ,FtA.,'March 3ist. .,1874. ,- )j ; I t
and may their affection be the political canvass, but greater over_ : i : ; ,
*ei large proportion of that which is now in lie bulk of their gold and jewels to n splendid assortment groceries. to-sitf FIRST-CLASS CJOODS, 'THE SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COM- i.
erCe&sing, each living in the love Illustrated,Catalogues sent by mall .postpaid to any
market and of course it could be soldat rowed the ,
boat which to shore t-
"i was
faith of the other. Happiness is a HONESTYf. PANY will In a few days appoint a Stae Agent ftn! address application to t !
pearl a much greater profit for all concerned 6/icrelIy, and the treasure was buried in Which, ,by maUng TERMS CASH shey offer a the :.M JI
50 rarely found iq this Is the motto at Rich' emporium. to-ji tf meantime I will conduct its '
stormy sea in its manufacture LOWEST PRICES. Florida. I the manage B. SHONINGER CO.:. dfi il< -
lots the marked
that it should two places carefully ,
be zealously cherished. New Hav -, eo- ,
N*. Uolland has Everything really valuable commences and a chart made of the localities, ,and M. C. DWIGHT, ARTIST. 1n : i ,if ,
plucked a fair lily and Studio In room No. *, Fridenberg building. Bay Sfecial AUenlian of, the Ladles called tojourMAILLARD'S '

*|J manfully guard U against the cold. from'email beginnings, gaining step by even the marks.on the trees being laid street,Jacksonville, Fla., SUPERIOR' CANDY r All communications directed to n*,care of Henry A FOR SALE OR RENT-COUNTKY.__-,, I' .H:,"' h

chilly world. step as, 5U reputation becomes more down. Mr. Estes having got his place Portraits painted from life, or small, faded or defaced L'E S 0 the" Jacksonville. Branch, w '.---T'IRFOR i 4.I;':
-_ _, _. likenesses restored enlarged and finished In India of -
JO' widely known; and wo see no reason in good order and finding time hung And to our assortment receive due attention.' .: SALE .\Wil. :
ink, water, or oil colors aU sizes. Prices reasonable. r "" :
Scarcity cf Money. why cultivation. of tea in the State heavy on his bands, determined to carry Satisfaction guaranteed. PRESERVES ''JELLIES, ETC.' a '. J H.MILER, VERY CHEAP !<* I. :

It I It a subject of very general remarkaoney of Florida should prove an exception to out the object which induced him to Also, Solar Photographs, from >ozt> 'to life size, Gee Sup of f t
that WM never known to bo the rule., If the initiatory step proved come to Florida many years ago. To either from life or from small pictures, a style of work PIC-NIC PARTIES win find' advantageous 1 ..I- AIeBo TAreumal/Farms, near.tht City HnCiti. ,j 1 I

'l'lccrlL&n at present, and what has successful whole acres of land might be this end he came to this city, were' he never warranted before at done prices In lower Jacksonville than aay travellin First-clat_a_work nt can U call,as we shall make the. replenUung.of LUNCHEON ; ta- Chignons at BUCKY'S., ONE OF TEN ACRES. ..,.]'ttCkared "

COme of it all, Indeed a serious ques- covered with transplanted tea shrubs became acquainted with ,Frederick Bet- offer, and the work being done litre there in no risk ol BKE*; Puh upedaly delivered gratis. V WHOM IT MAY land:no other toproveaum*. ,. ,v ,jd 1:

ton Every store in the city is literally and'the business might ,be, entered into telini. Estes himself being old and losing pictures of dead' or absent friends,as 1 is frequently GLDEN & ADAMS. TP CONCRN .ONE OF TWENTY ACRES ,"iiraa. "r

the case in sending them away to be enlarged. Sam. About nfteen acres la culuntion, W grape ymca and;, ,
edwith goods there is scarcely with the same care, 'attention and general feeble needed, assistance in handling pies on exhibition at studio" i i-4tf Ro'lIre Front Bdni n G -. I have this day chartered th Steamer OL. fruit trees: underdrained;clay subsoil; om of.the' 'bssinaces vt.nd '. ,

"object, required for domestic comfo1thit watchfulness that characterizes this million of gold 'so ho proposed, to give ,11-14 tf Jacksonville, myself WAHA will to Capt.not b ROBT DARDIS.II.ar debts he may o gardening. ; -

not in China and else- Bettelini certain of it In NEW1, IMPORTING DRUG STORE--WHOu for her. ONEiOr TWENTY ACRES. ; ,* "*- 'H ,
obtainable at once, and yet branch of industry a share return SALE.AND RETAIL. SALE OR LEASE. Cut 'H. L.HART. balance good'pins
FOR In cultivation q
th 11' It comes to dollars and ,cents. where. for Isis assistance,. in raising, and hand- A new Importing Drug House Is now being opened 'VALUABLE PROPERTYIN Palatka, Fla., Sept.tt,1874-1 9 im woods About;lour on King acres road CALL. AJfD.It.WNS''i. ,..."... ,

ere seems the General Peeden drew on Bay street, a few. doors below the National Hotel, HOTEL .
to be an awful vacuum that We have no data by which to judge ling nloney. Dealrr in Real Estate.Witschen's Building Bay Su"} ;
DO by J.J.,Griffin& Co., who will Tceep constantly on KEENE ,
ODe ,
seem, able 1 to of what up the contract between the parties. It THE SOUTH. O.L. .-.jwfHEALTH
account for. We with any degree precision band pure English, French and German Drugs, Mcdl. : "; '

:01011' to say it, but the drinking amount of capital would be required to was, this that toot Mr.-B. to'Tampa. Ho cines,Chemicals, Perfumery,etc..with all the late Do- THE SEA ISLAND HOUSE situated In Beau : ,WEALTH, .: .

M good a test as to the commence a business of this kind in a left Friday November 7th, in company mestlc preparations of the day. Every article guaranteed fort.S.which C.. will will be leased satisfaction., o sold at private sale,,08t -BAY STEE JACKONL'F. .. :;:U..'' '
give -
Doney with Mr. Estes and doubtless and sold at the lowest cash prices. located on the banks of DeaIeihMILLINERY r, &1IlD1. :,: oi
", what they are property I delightfully ,i 1. Ji j; j
perhaps we aware
? as aOl one small way. nor are Particular attention given to the Prescription Department the Beaufort river,and commands a fine view of Port '

could for, and just at this time the amount of, profit could be realized from bard at work now. We knew these at all hours of the day and night by the most Roy harbor and surrounding sea la. ., ". = '> ::' ft

Propriet all but forbore mention reliable Pills gilded witha Winter Hoe for invalids I RECREATION I : J I
aU facts along to and pharmacists.
assert they tire losing! the enterprise, yet we really think it a fort offers superior to those found a a
mODel 1 Instead them but recital peculiar gold or silver powder made In France for other attO' Atlinric coast,and FANCY AND DRESS : ,--l H .
of is least of a now that Jull can th GDS,. I
Slate making It. Their feasible one that at worthy that purpose,which deprives them of all taste and unpleasant an'ln pn& vldnlyor Jacksonville F with which LANDS FOR .., 1. I
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C0Ufltyand do no harm they are placed at the. service place tt has dO by the New >
10I city taxes are enor- careful experiment. If some enterprising odor without Impalringtbelr efficacy the I
and Fernandlna Steamship of
York, Port Royal 1. Has: just from New York a assortment COLONIES
hi Renla arc, f< ww.;* very man will only"make the. attempt to of tho public. .. Jc t. This valuable improvement U not only:a great The hotel was enlarged In 1877,and la 11 I uc the above rev c the .' ORANGE GROVES. ., j:
r est figure benefit to the patient,but preserves for a long time the lent I contains thirty-five largo FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS .
that can be demanded. manufacture noting each as And "Mr. Bettelini r. of them being f and a dinIngroom !
left for i
Europe ol : <
and Rleis purity of the medicine,and Is generally endorsed by 1) adjoining LATEST STYLES AND FASHIONS. ., VILLA SITES, TOWN'1' i iH
they have U brisk trade from ho goes along, .and' let us know the re-, via Cuba" (!) did he t' That's an expeditious the meet eminent Physician of this country and Eu kitchen 38 by 75 ft large, stationary range.Coo : LOTS. ''JI, *;' '.J 1

prosera, r Strangers to the place, their suit of his observations, we will publish way of getting to Europe, Is'ntit rope.' Medicine chests furnished and" replenished with- the ,ppntent"o the Increasing building importance,the attractive of Also,a fine. assortment O(1idk1'aIId. :,. gentlemen's'-. .' '' ,_ : I ,.! !4r'

Cur coining money ATe &DI- his statement with a more than an ordinary f And "we" were "right," were we ? care and accuracy at short notice. Po Ro'a the direct railroad C nlc fact with a .'.- .1 _, FOR SALE ON SANFORO'S G.MrPt1: :
Ibing bat Also oo hand" Fancy ParhIaiOniaments, parloi North and South, -
Th Inviting. degree of pleasure and afterwards do When will the verdant ,youth up .stairs and toflet), Lubin's genuine Extracts,Soaps, &c.; this\dt first-class hotel in the vicinity,render KID, -GLOVES.. : L.M.MOORE.AGuT.', igi'5
and .
L IUlDbcr trade too,'seems anything all In our power to draw the attention of in the yellow building get a little 'solid bought at 55 Rue St. Anne, Paris. In this the one South.of the,most For Information deoirable as profitable to terms,JVCt a. My stock been purchased" recent'y admitsof ,_'_ an1'ord.,0&:

51OUragtng and toward the subject Orders from a P'ffr1 filled and forwarded promptly; Cammittiaurt S***frtiJmtn't S.6 T .. being sold hv 1. Boots and Shoes,neat and durable at BUCKY'S. *! D*,1RANTED. .
IeeIJ1& very little business capitalists and:others sense in his noddle.? Let hIm: ,stick to /.Ind'having for seventeen IVathANgi.a, D.' ., uDY' -
:Thirty: Tean'experience :
be doing (In order that the cultivation and sale of his true'Yocation: Wo M'tU Ht. OrtttirAfTMt. Btmfart C :4
the compared with what are glad years of the time given personal attention to the purchase 1., PRICES :;!
ninn1ty might reasonably expect tea in this Slate may become a promin the sai casm. Our excitable friend keep and importation of Drugs from England and \, ,
IlNSOi1oii'IDP4tIUST. .
middle aged
Z A comfortable home will be given M a >
COllie Jeem. to be no,money r and, or Industrial feature among us. cool. As, a reporter, you lack -. France) warrants the belief that entire satisfaction. DR .!' 43-CaH and see. : .. .,'_', ""ii-7-4m-. or elderly lady, of undoubted respectability .quiet .
.M given to all who may(aver"*with their kind Bendon. iiitchcii'a neighborhood in South Florida,'U return Lr-m> '
2'beLLrTnIoould everybody baa to retrench. Should 'an'' :attempt of, this i kind',be No, no,.young man,reportorially yours, ',r' ,'- J.I.Cwinii&Co. Has removed bis office C new and b pICTURES copied and colored it WOOD&B1CK- ptr ction.1 In primary branches of two children. '
aide of Bay a.b Nc Ma .L LB'3 ,, ,, Address F.,B.. Pino Level Fta., "._. IQof&l
Is blank card. o Gallery. ,. 3s J. .
made and'. become attended with(, sac-, a < u-7tf. .DrugjUts Bay St.. ,Jacksonville Fla. Pc7 opposite t oc \ INlt '

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i e The Plains-AProphecy.; of sedge, alluded:t< 'above, is,caused THE ;SINGER_ MANUFACTURING. COMPANY'S CELEBRATED ;. .' ./ .. .MISCELLANEOUS. .. ." : ." ,A, : )IISCEI.LAM,0t3.I -. '-
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i \) ,. Go ye and look upon that land. by springs and is only prevented by .r J -f _f *- *. il i 1i,;: >" ; "1. .i' '4. : "i : ,i ; .... ; ,. : '
r That far vast tand that few behold. '
1. fj '. \ And Mfle holding :understand > ; thorough ditching. j SILKThis TWJS'J..lLJS4.: : ''

; : That old, old land which men call new-' f I\i, A small runping blackberry very : ; ., .f;i: 'FLORIDASAVINGS.. i < .ijj fiwij n i ,,i: !.i> .;J t .,. BAN. ... ; ., ; .

,'1E ;journey 1 with thy seasons through troublesome, and no flooding or ditching .now)loa"ln."ID' full operation at Newark,N'ew Jersey the largest SILK',WORKS In th. > .AND : .REAL. ] :ESTATE ,EXCHANGE. '> '.*.t; :
41 ; Its wastes and learn how limitless. l affects it ; it must.be.dug out by company >.
oC5t1k Twist
world,propose to ftirni h a superior __ ..____ _, S *, ClncorporatedJuly I (ihj H'$ ], '. I': :' f
The iknc of that Jairir :
I..temn | i the roots with a book. There is nothinggained 7

:. I.. *h t ii eloquent. The Irfue I j ,by putting off this weeding ,. AT. 'GRE.ATLY REDUCED PRICES. I :- :
jtIPi ; Aijd trended skie seem built for it, .S S . "M ,. ". ,': 1. J j .J .. }
: And all else seems a yeMerday, i :;. -what couUl be done in.one :day For the eonrenience of the'public,this celebrated Twist: i is ,.>'. '. .? ,,_ ,_,, -.e'<' IL\jAT, ,OTICE Is hereby gTven'oflhe I Incorporation He of 1 Florida Savitf Bad ut L.B"I ENid,Ejnbmgt.
witV.theprinclpIactpfbusipees: lo} city .
r4 An idle tale but lily told. the first 'cacwUl take 'five' or. sixthe. SPOOLS OF DIFFERENT SIZES 1 .Thrfdesign.of the Florid Barings'. Bank #to(a(.clt4I"ie.tho who are of saving the I- .
; i XU bksi7'i ili of:God Jvne I. '. I,. i next year. Valleys from ,eleven .fo .*.* *PUT, *- .. wean of s ely employing it at a good rate interest;t hs ;nct.uncfet dar diron of welknown tlltmone dt.. I t ,. OaJIUS.Nr'MANWANfttif.
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; I'or man has lived and gone away twenty-five'rnlles. wide having a run- The finest quality being thereby ofefra on spools In quantities "\ AT'HOIE'Ubueteuwd.kol\e, cf -
.tr : from a..m. to'J o'clock .
o m
,. t' 7.i2 And Iff hut little heaps' juf stone. ning stream and 'short brush but no *' 0.; '. S daily,'excpt'Sunday and hlidy bl on Sa nrdiji linnra t'; ,.p.<. .Ri/ii.Ns.QI.;

Lu! bere you learn how more than fit, FROM FIFTY YARDS. U.PWAR'DSicTbe DBroBmtDeposib la the V t4-of the corporation and aiso la a Book t U litto'h 'de- WItOtlSAU&U1'AII. .
l i silence grass muck bottoms frorrfone two _itoi'.t.'ThIkok."inbecVenceofhiscrlhe4propeny. When moseys withdrawn, k .
An4digni6d wben I r!i J i I .'' be for above unequaled twist I 15 manufactured esper'ally for the ue ol all kinds of eCWngP'ebID5CII4 i agents brought to the Bank f have the payment entered: Ucpositors may take out a the money themselves fu case DRAtJGGtST .
Youliea. iW'prctty j jeers of men. Ieetdeepthese( can improved different. machines throuah the ct untry are uking this twist.In large quantities,and as*.' atxence or sikn it will be1 paid to theif ofder properly witnessed and accompanied the I
I 'i' It* awful solitudes remain half the cost, of a cedar ;.swamp) 0 ., .. ".". lt h a will be at any time when called(or, when thtre is a sufficient amount in the tu b D.. ') ,I' < .Hoeg'" Block Ba, St.t,
:' SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS erwise, at the earliest practicable la th*order in which be called for. ,
1 Thenceforth ( of ;* perio they may JACKSONVILLE
; or aye a part you are favorable locations for cranberry FLO ltj.'I
I 'INn'BT.-Interest at the rate ndahree-tncJe too'iillbe \.
per cent (or two cents per day on f ) pak -
And }.)\1 have learned your 1ittIcess.it.1 patches. are :trred to the trade'. all. those, about to, .purchase. will do well to tend for our. .price'list. > annually',upon all deposits which shall have remained three. months or more in the BDk.to b added annually ''I CDMrSCHDCTC-
.. T I .j r I to, the of the ? Ptsp n ''
pnncpl I
4 Some tileht reiI'men trade ,A Southern. ifarroer.says ". 'am _. Dlto.. which : SF
cross your ; : : .- Any account to nothing shall be added and. wh-'ch shall have < .
tncaBed for for seven ,'shall bear interest. m -
cease to
Some sun-tanned come'and years
; 1"'' tiapper go ; very sure, from my pstexpeniencei : 'Accotnrfs.PA ?! Some of buftilo : d money wi Tl7EARNEY1S .
t rolling seas ran make a patch worth $2,000, purchased ; THE SINGER paid to their leg}representatives ,. .
: Break .) under.hLe and far away; f f 'lUxtf' Although the officers win erideavor, by Means,to yet pay. ,.It..
,# Again the (Ot/t.hill" bccakingback jn! this locality, at an expenseof J. 'j .do.J ,' ments t persons producing the bank-books shall be Valid a pie the pri fu.! a FLUID "

.; Like bieakers, of troubled $500 per acre: I would remark I J '1"\ r. .; ,'. '" ; .CMILDHEN'S EtqtiwMe'rs-Parcnts. or laiat of mmor ,ca Dfdet Monet a* trustees tot the EXTRACTBUCH
; some bay ; benefit of sbch minor until they become of whkh
Jlnt' annually or added
1 I Some hue tailed antelope! blown by have heard! 'that fires in ,New. .' Jersey : .-: ; the. principal. .01 m 1
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.,i I &, airy like; some foxes shy have recently burned ,out ..large tracts t ; I .SPECIAL EKC WMIHT I'LAJt.-Dep 5it$ in the Florida Sa ffg l.n! amount to$70 during each year for ate
.1 1 r often
will cash !
< years secure of term, or Df
F .a And thadow-Iike\ move, to,and fro, of cranberry vine Now\ we have_ .. ., on smaller or larger annual th deplo c of pmt complete a the e othe the depositor
: ::', :: Like MeaVcn,' .h shultleas-yntt ;T. had the wpods burned all around our i -- can withdraw: the amount already-paid in. Upon g virig three months'notc.fcjfether payment. interest :Th k'nowa

And new and then frrm out the grassY '( 1 .5., : thereon.."Ti'plni;unlike ordinary life Insurance,secures the : it ,rir o prcTouepaymem*, only remedy fcrDISEASE
'4.J .u hear some lone bird cluck, and call ranberry patches and never knew or ,' 'I'' ... :;:'I : ., and otl'l'a a easy melhc"providing a handsome endowment tl c futre parents,cildreD.friend.
$ : .. > J"' pr Individually. V/ not to jUthdi'awn for ten yean, wilt entitle to. .
I A sharp keen call for her IiM brood heard of this risk before.They: will "..!i '.'. iI1Ii1S. t}, J"", .. a tWltor;Jelttlt Iki*. .,e/.tpits.t/i'1 pyabl b In ten years,in favor of any person designated. nRIGHT1S

: : That unly makes the solitude not burn with us. If they would, on 'I. : .,.: i'1."! l' LOAM.-All money received on dpit in first mortgages on real and personal property In -', ;
this State of least double
w or the other ample collateral .
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}ecm i deeper still, and that; is all. : J my place, in case of fire or danger of .! .", .REAL ESTATB.-This corporation will act as tfllSteeslor. the snli. sate of real estate or 'the, renting t And.a J .*.Wve"lied,fcrGOUT

I I : :: :- ... .. and management of estate and property generally. S I.
: : frost I can eleven acres underwater ,
: That wide put "
dtmaino1wyteies.; ,' ...,.. .;.. 1 7co ,1 JAMES 1ft PAltfCI SAM'Iv SPEARING, JONATHAN C CREEI.EY.uiiJ'ifU I ;
And misunderstand : >< in six hours.. '' GRA
Ioigns.that men ; .. iPrtsldcnt.. .t. .Vice-PresWent, Treasurer ;
t : t l) "' *;
A land of space and dreams; ,A laud | With these (acts.before them manyof ..;;O r .', '. 'L" f i a i i rir"t tr ;** "'ii.iI. ;; ?rtJl..I'H- !)8 ": '' ; < '.: : S 'DIABETES;Vrvspragjf' .

4 ..:4 ,tJf sea-falt lakes and drtcd- -:* ; i 4 our farmers can realize handsome ._-. ." "* .. '- __._ 7 I ., 1'; '1'3 ,' .J' ; :, '._. 1 ,. : .- ,e II.t < NERVOUS.'DEBILr s ,
!''E' A land of caves and caiavans > /Muy oT a ,,: ..1r. '1 I" .
I' .: f.: And lonely wells and pools; .a land i incomes' ;: ]by engaging )in ,cra'oberryculture ; / / ; T1-: : .*\, iJ.i 'f" : : : I TY, DROPS,

r .'.. ; :,'. 1'hat hath its purposes and plans, 1.!, in almost any of the Southern : :' :. : "REAL: ESTATE: :; 'NOIZETtiTtoN:

That ti etms so like dead Palestine! !I',. States. Suppose theytry, the experiment .GAIN TRItJMPHAvNT. ': ,. .. URINE JRRITATIONINFL.U.Al'ION, OR ijrcoBLADl > .. r. '

; r Save that its wastes have no confine this winfer. The supply of S OR OJ' -' '
.: 'f. [ 1 5,,; -. < I THE
1 ; ..: Till pushed against the leveled Vkies ; cranberries in \the New Yorlf market FLORIDA.SAVINGS BANK AND REAL :ESTATE EXCHANGE.
: A land form out whose depth shall rise 133,254 MAJORITY. II
has never exceeded the demand and ) k
.: ... The new-time prophets {,the domain \: ro. .. ,. '. : : I AND KIDNEYS
i't, Horn out whose awful'depths shall come the same condition prevails. in nearly! The'f Allen property,, one of the finest resi1eness in the Slate,with ao acres of land oa the shell road one ,

I 'f k .' All clad in skin., with du ty feet, all the cities. STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES: FOR 1873. r mile from the post-office. Beautiful river front, boat"house.l.1rge grape vineyard, 100 orange trees, handsome I SPERMATORKlueA -
,! "t .! : barn.'&:*I House has ig rooms finished throughout in the best manner. Double piazzas. Will be add at less ,
.r : A man Ire h from liin Maker's band, than one-half cost,bn easy terms, to close an estate. i .
f.,' A sinjjt-r r singing oversweet, GENERAL Companies. Sold in 1873. Companies. Sold in,1873. A tract of 58 acres of land, one mile northeast the city near the Moncrief' Spring shell! road. Wei located Leutorfhfta Whee

f.. f ,r1. A charmer charming wise ; DIRECTORY.STATE.. THE SINGER- _...__.....-.....-....,.. 137,444 American,!). IL>. .__."__._. 14,182 for building' lots or market arden. .Price $17.50 per acre. GlaDd.l Stow IBklder or! '.,Dijftwei Colculu; rf rf. ;"l1

fil \ And then all men sball very not be dumb- .' Whee'er & \Vilson; ..___.,._.........._.'tioi8o. B &'How _._. -...._-.__..___.. I3gi9Domctlic. 1 he f Riverside the House Brooklyn ten minutes walk from the center of the city. One'acre of ground dust Deposit and 11_ or Milky Discharge Gruel.,Qr ,
fronting on river. House iS in first-class ,. .
contain. rooms, Price including .
I UovernoM. _:.._.. _......__.._ furniture $10,000 : : .
; ; \ Nay not be dumb,/or he t-hall &fcay STEAKXS.Lieutenant 40.114 Remington Empire_."___ ._ 9,183 Several'houses and lots, well located in the city JacksonvUle. p-jo-tf r' I

k # "Take heed for I prepare the way .' GorwiorHecrrtarrtf State 8. B. McLIX.Comjtroller Qrove, & Baker ..._....._......_..._....... 86,179 Florrnff.._..._....._...._....-,.____ 8,961 ." ..; I -. .

!, t ,t v Fur weary let ; and from this land ; -C.'A.- OOWU1LL.Trwsuier Weed< ".;_.J,., .._. .......___,_,_-.:_m 81,760 Davis 1.*__.,_____._._.. 8,861, I .KA RNE' It

: !2 The Christ shall come whet but the race -C. It. FOSTER.Anorney "ilsop__-.__. .-._...,,.. )t.-'r2r,247 Victor ,T..I.._" _...._...._...... -7.446Howe. -T' SAVE JIONE'yl I. SAVE TIME TAKE' COMFORTlFORT .5t ,
l eral-WM. A: COCKE. ..., .. .... .___. .. .. ", ,, ,. .
,::.f 'Of man shall look his Jae.Joaquine y. -" No returns Piers......_,..m____.__amnniin.ft"M 3.458 > --%
upon Adjutant General- JOHN VAKMJU.Couiin'rof j. ,
'j" d'
': ': .,.;r 1I1"/ r. Land and Immigration EAGAV.SuperintcndiHl M<"H.i--i-uj--.jiii-i---M.i.,, ._ 16.431 .3ecct.-_______---.-; 3,43 K h' r,: ;. .,. .ow, .' .' EXTRACT BUCHPermaoeDtIy

I\1\ I., ,, :" ;of Public Instruction C. GIBBS. Wilcox &Gibbs__".___..._"__..... 15,881 Ktna,J, E. BramesdorC.____.. j 3.08t ,., .
.. :
State tnginitT- II. ALJEUUElt.surnEMB I S
J. :; ",: Cranberry Culture. 'COURT.Chief : : ; S cures all Diseases of the
.: ;
j 'TheCultivation 1 of the cranberry-is : : ; ; KIDNEYS AND DROPSr.
I I' Aesucinte Justices-J.I) WESTrOTT / :
tt:! one of -the most profitable1 Embodies New and Essential Ease of of I' ., CAL SWELLINGS
t 'pursuits; 1c.n.VA VALKEXBEEG. P.idps-SipllcitjofContntcton: Operation; Uniformity Precise .tV! 'if. .:: '.1. LI .
I ; : J.'j known to farmers. The failures that C:erk-LYMAN B. aXMTKli. ? /, Action at.;any Speed; Capacityor Range and Variety nf Work. Fine or Coarse"' < : '
r LEAVING ALL RIVALS BhlllNP 11' '. .' S 'IWi 1.cm Exlstingjti
; I ciEcuiT-cwirr: : ;-9g.' .' ''- : I men,women and children,
: have been made in the South in this ;'" .
Ist Judicial Circuit-W W. VAN NES8 Pentacofa.Jd .. .' !' .I- *.' '. I' .

'. pursuit, have been owing altogether 1'. W. WhITE Qu'n.' -".' TEST THE SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING ANY OTHER. 'o' :. ; NOTICE, TO TRAVELLERS. NO .MATfER WHAT THE AGE

: to the inadequate investment of capi 3d" ." Win BRYPOX. Live Oak. ?i c S '. .. !
fh": It AKCIUbALD, Jackson .
J;{ tal ; which has fallen far too short,of I ville.8ih TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT. ; : I Pro' .Steel says:' "One beule( Keara.- ', F1uId
Circuit-J. II. O0 Ocala. Extract :
JuJuUl .
; the requirement. Where the capital I .. is worth more th all'other Buchu_
i 6th ." J. T. >(AO EE.1'ompa. '. : It" comhi. .
; 41 1 has been sufficient, the yield of cranberries 7th .J. W. TRICE Entcrpiloc. Besides the" WORLD'S FAVORITE." we keep constantly on Land a large supply of ,
._ : Price One
Dollar '
make Close
Passengers Connection pet Bottle Six
or Bottles for five
: t has produced a profit of 100) DUV A L COUNTY.Cout.ty CLARK'S O. N. ''.SPOOL COTTON, four spools for twenrj.five cents. 1Io1Iars.,... ,. . _.

\ -,.' per rent. If these facts are known, JuAff-VT. A. Jo"LEAN.ClerkefCollrtO"'Call SINGER'S STANDARD MACHINE TWIST,from twenty-five cents up-alilizes and colors, C" > '.i,1 ',. ,

f : ; f it is wonderful they are not acted I HART. ', .ACME MACHINE TWIST, 100 yard spools 2 for 25 cents: 50 yard spools, 3 for 25 cents. ', .. S : I'M TilE. DEPOT .04. DUANE ST.. NEW YORe
S eriff-JMSUril DUKKEK.
II. 1
.- iij>on. It is l pVobably that the all-ab Mate bolioitor-T A. lclJO XELr. > SINGER'S LINEN AND FLAX THREADS OILS, NEEDLES: &C', &C. A Physician In attendance to answir corresnondenoi
Count boiicitor-CIIAS, SUMMERS.. SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON and give advice gratis
( : sorbing interest of cotton has dwarfed I Trea urer-.I.} W. KWAIM.Acwor : l" : II i

I ,: III ; the diffusion of intelligence in the -3. C. GRKELKY.Collector : ", '. u' 4Q-SETO: STAn' FOR PAMPJTUm,
PETtR JI)NES. The Singer Co. ANt fRFK.t
: : ; direction of cranberries as in other Sup-nntf bdoct &bno1s-C. F. M VWBEY.Auctiomers Manufaoturing .5 r t ', "- .

I-I : ::: '!, Jiiodcst commodities, but one thing i is -' L. liurch. J. C. hemming. M. A. : -,. ..> -. ', .
Dzialrnsfci.iNotary; No. 172 BHOUGI1TOX ST. SAVANNAH! -
-.i J very evident to all who have )had considerable J'ublil'8-.Tobn O. Ilamel, F. B. Knapp T. GA. ,PORT ROYAL RAILROAD .. : .TO:,; THE
;. Jn S 8. Kclls, O. P. Cooper. Ch s. M. Bummers "\. O. C. A. VOSBURGH Manager. ;
I experience culture > ,
cranberry .
J'ffrcjn, liJwm lupins. Wra. '.I. L--dwith. E M. : : { ,
t :' : viz : that cranberry vines are the C heney.Thou. II.Max,).J. "'.Swaim, ).Ul'IIlIgE'r, GEORGE IV. FRAZIER, Agent For Augusta Atlanta, Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville Louisville Cincin- NERVOUS" AND DEBILITATED

,i :. itoughest things to kill and the easiest t t'T J Whitnry.(I. 11. iMirkt J. 0. Grrley... C. Cudnngton. \.'. L.Coan J. W. 'io-i7tf .. _._ _.. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.STAULISIIED .lna. .,tSt. Louis Chicago, and all points North. South East and West., -

of County CotnmiiNsiftnen"Miles Fiice E-Foitune, -- - ----- -- "T -- OF Boll! SEXES.
-'T 10 grow any yet known. A gentleman ;t n(186S. S L :
I I. 11. U i .fX who has made cranberry rais Juatlota 01 Ibe Feat e-VT. 'W. Sampson W. A. NO CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND
of Summerall C F. Tovn,end, Henry 0 T on. James TRAIN LEAVES DAILY AT 9.30 A. M. TA1ION. CONSUL-
t ing something a specialty says : a t. Wil on. M. I" Clmpprll A. H. Philip W. L.Coan w

I "I have had one barrel from a square A Bueslng, Wm. OOI'don. J. F. RoI.1nIl-I. A. K. PERCIVAL / ,
I i v-. Meuard. :
> :' rod on nearly one-half of an acre Surveyor Chns. F. Smith.In I PASSENGERS HOLDING TICKETS BY OTHER LINES CAN GET TIIEAI[ r'D. 1. B DTOTT;8rad"ate of Jefferson Media

.4 picked' and measured." When such .. PncJr.'i>cutora. of LUOlbn-U. M.Moody',II.W.Cone. '.. _' or SUCCESSOR: TO J.. H. CROWELL. : ., ... 'j ,. < EXCHANGED (thereby avoiding delay in Savannah) ATBREN'S can College be consulted, Philadelphia on ali,authorof diseases several of the Sexual valuable'a,works Cria-

'. tV facts become generally known, this onrtablrs-G. II. Miys, S WI lIOn J. Smith! J. ;. ..'.> /' ary either I rgans, (which be has mode especial study)
; J. Fuibe,Jamu. Lake,J 11. Brown. ;; : ,"" t. 1- male or female,no matter from a hat cause or
ii hitherto somewhat neglected branch IIri IS :. 1 TICKET OFFICE, e iginating-- or of how long standing. A'practice of w
of industry will become .; I years enables him to treat diseases with, \. Cure
more popular S 1' --- '
CITY OF 'ACKSONVILLE.lIa'or S .. Pt.l guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Those at a dutanc
p, to the of hundreds of I I"t 1tt {," '21 BULL can forward tetter describing
; great advantage -PETER JONES. I : STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. t;mptoms and cndosuie
: small farmers. The principal varieties Aldermen-It. A.THUB AUT, E. w.DFXXY A, J.KUtfSELL stamp to pay postage
; of the cranberry are the cherry, VfH.K. L. I FLIMINO.JACOB 11UK1', A. J. *.** Li4 :. J.:'. Send for the CuiJe U H IJl/". Price ioc.
nE. S. B. HUCBARD. .. I .-; h .
the bell and the '
bugle of which }
I Marshal FORTUNE. f" .. ,
Clcrk-W. II 5-w '. I J. DYOTT, M. D.,
: : ; leaving aside the upland cranberry, CitklSTV.TroaiurerCIIAS.. FltlOEXBLKG.AisefesorC. '" jIc 4.tiJ..f ,-',. '.' .

there are 'as many sub-divisions as B. SIMMONS .". r DAILY. PAPERS ,Physician and.Surgeon, 104 Duane St.N.Y.

Collec-or-I LI P VTA LTER
:; : there are of apples. rn selecting the Clerk of Market-WM. AliVIX. From the following cities on file every day; FREE TO EVERYBODY: Boston, -
; '
J vines from the original bog, preference City rhYli ci1n-C.1IllEVo', Jr. DEALER IN > .t-S New York, Philadelphia .nore, San Francisco, Chicago, pROSPECTUs

S '; : should Jnvariably be given to the MASOXIC.Solomon ( .' S > '. .' St, :*.Louis, Cincinnati, and many others. : THE
> "
c ;- I.: palest colored, smallest leaved, and Ixvlgc Xo.20-).!. Bores, W. M.; ca BOOTS SHOES LEATHER '' .1 v' ..' 'Quick Sure NEW. YORK. WEEKLY HERALD
Time and
'j yellow golden colored. An old culti Eliot *-.; H. Koopraan Tfc s. IUgular meeting Connections 'l11z Port Royal Railroad.: ', '
: a. and 2d WeJlae-dMY.of e- tfi month. ** %
I .' ". :: valor says: "I commenced with a Dna Lo
,I : handful that I have reset three times ?xrc. 1>. Joucs, T)1,r. Kffular meetings AND FINDINGS i fc rRoruirroR
p, b' and 34 M.n'IM)I oroHh month. ; A. O.' HUSSEY. .. -
"J. and now have some four acres of these JarkwnriUeChapter>'o.12.R A. I-J.DriRgs, ; V _. .
1 road-A
I M tJf 4 M. E. 11. P,; M. *...Sue.; O JOIIE'.,'uud. R g- vines which have .
beaten my neighbors ula rnt.-tinoflllRIt l I rriJ-iy of each month. ; WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND, : WEEKLY-HERALD 'is published Saturday
.; : in one-third Oama I ., i1. yield where other i. : HUSSEYRQWELL at jive cent per copy.; Annual subscription
.f C.; I).C. I'a' kma, Recorder. Rrgular meetings bt .
: : conditions.wcre equal.1 and 2d Tnendars ot eAch month. ,
: 'A
/ .V .
f One Copy," '_ .1" fa
: The dark-, large leaved, and rank STATE OFFICERS. Three Copies ,- S

', '. "';* looking vines bear large berries Orand Master-'. J Ruiwll JarVsonvlllo.Grnnd ESP CIALLYt ADAPTED TO CITY AND COUNTRy RETAIL Fire Copies I
1' 4 IV'pu'y iiaittrr-D. O. Wiloon Tallahasvee. Ten Copies., .
BO :- >s
I. ; i :.: but few in number, some hardly any, Hr. Uraud Wardi-n-E. J'.JoitUu. Ferouudma. S TRADE, ',' Q ES
., Jr.Grand Warden-!. Wasjtatr Jakonnl'e.Grand Postage five cents per copy lor three months.
The root-worm that injures vines set Tr a.un'r-n. K Oakley .>ntlc.lIo. And by strict attention business and the wants of die, public,will endeavor to merit share. of their patl&DI& ." ,, Any larger number,' addressed to names*o(subsaib.
-rfi:t; on mud bottom where it is not ditched Urand Hi.oretary-1) C Uawkius, J.rkM>n\Ule. : LEATHER: :& FINDINGS.' er.ioeacLAn
I Orand CIo.pIHID-It.-V.Jol.n Pmny. '( extra copy will be sent to every dull often
;'1',1: and sanded, will riot give any trouble Grand TlirI)a\id Jones,Jacksonville. GOODS SENT BY MAIL AND EXPRESS,,.. Twenty copies, to-one. address one year, $jc. w4

,01.f ;;", to a patch. properly improved. The DISTRICT DEI'UIY ORAND MASTKR8. To all parts of the State. A any Two larger extra number copies at will the be same sent price.to clubs of twenty.

: I ::.' ,'me-worm' sometimes "puts in an ap Lit District M -B.:O..Alderman Mananna. AT TilE OLD STAND. COR. B\V and OCEAN STS., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. SiLt complete assortmentof New York and Philadelphia I fine 1 bese rate make tbe WUKLT'HEKALB the cheap-
2d tftoCballahoochec. .
in the
I .;:: : pearance." The miller- (very small I, 3d ., II. B Taylor Live Oak. Goods always on hand.Sole' Terms cash In advance.country.Morey sent by maO win beat

of 4tb" ;. 8. DriKP p Jacksonville,, ]. H. NORTON H. KOOKER. the risk of the sender. .
: :. a light brown color Is much'If S. in for '
) not
) lith" W. 11. Loltr.Oeat.. Attorney al 1 Law and Notary Public.NORTON agents Jacksonville Samuel ,PuJ1b r .& Co.'s A generous portion of the WKBKLT HaUL will her
':. larger than a cranberry leaf, and looks "tb" Z. 11. Mon Or.nortt5pring. Misses' and Children's ''Fine Shoes. appropriated to Agriculture. Horticulture Floriculture
'lLh" Frank Branch, T.mpa.STATEOFFICRSOPORANDCIILPTER.R.A.. -' Pomology and the management of domestic aniroali.
I 't like one when not in motion. They ; .M. & KOOKER.. ... : 'Goods' Particular attention will be paid also to Reports of coo

t ',i' tie up the tops of( the uprights with a Grand Hluh Pr<'IIt-W.Bowea JackKtnnlle. DEALERS ; sent by tilor express to all parts of the IS tate Markets" .
Deputy Grand High Friet4-3.tI. Iriga JackitonviUe The aim will be to mate the WCIKLT HMAID supenor -
I fine web, and, "hen not interfered Bay Street, nar Laura Jacksonville Flo.' to any other agricultural. and. umy) newspaper
with, hatch twice in"the'season Oiinil, Klr>u-B.O AMrrmi.n. Mri.mna.Orand ..REAL ESTATE ,\ A the country.
; once tWvibe.-D.Wilson, Taltahasee. Every number of WCIKLY: ,HIKALD will conUW
: about the ist of June, again about theist Gra'd 1'rt'IUIII"'r-W. A.. Youn., Jacksoiivine. JL.KEENE, ; I ST. AUGUSTINE. a select story'and the latest and most Important new

I. ( 1, of July. But they seldom ODD FELLOWS. OF ALL KINDS.. .' ., ,: FOR of by publication.telegraph from all parts ol the world up to the boor

I in the fields appear Fonda Lodge '(I. 1-J. W. Whitney N.G.; .T. . If i. .'>' '. *S BAT STC EBT,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, During the session Congress the WIEKLT Hnuunulligence >
'" cranberry or In'patches Huff R. &: lioguiur( moutiiig t-viry Tursjay GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS THE SCHOONER,, will
the srJIl
A Iafreat
representing following a or the and the
t com- iil sumlral' proeecdin
Dealer 'Dres's :
: I In of'aU
of the South and be 1.14t.L .. 'nery, Fancy and Goods
4 can rendered -i by telegraph from Priitica Relittious -
-i ," *. .' Washington, ;
TEMPERANCE SOCIETI ES. .' panics : .< Unds.i Keeps constantly on band the latest styles of Fashionables
; : ;; harmless by flooding, especially when Diiral Division No. I-Henry Kue, N P.: Oeo. FRANKLIN, OF PHILADELPHIA. 'With combined assets of over . Magnolia ;Obituary Artistic.osiccaV.rietiea.Amum.LiIcDJY and.Spor&

f the plan of making low dams four W. Fracitr R. 1. Rcirular m.s tinge every ,Tuun. '..., HATS AND.TRIMMINGS. Editorial Articles on the prominent topics of the day.
Odd Fellons' Hall. CONTINENTAL OF NEW (ORK. .
: day nWht at '. a review of the Cattle and Dry Goods Markets.Financial -
;, rods is JnckxiuviIJe Lodge of Good Tern plan Ko. 1-.F. } Will make regular trips-
apart adopted. : Also Drew Goods fine of and Commercial and of un*
MANHATTAN NEW a assortment intelligence accounts
1, ;t. ,, The Ward, W. C. T.; B. A. I u.lng. W. R. 8. Mnt ev- ,_ YORK, $7,000,000No. .,, > .' .. f .;. > ,. J' 4 ::. _. between Jacksonville& Kntant and interesting events of the week.
beny is "
worm easily destroyed cry Wedneadity evening IB Hoew' HaIL(SJ floor). OF Su. Augustine
: KIDGLOVES employs no agents in the country
i J i, by water If taken at the right tim Uevrur I"dse No. 2, 1...U.T.(E st JarkrO ill.-) : : L. i / ; i ,., ,. ...- Freights at low rates. rD distant cities to canvass for subscribers as none are

,. .,., When this worm attacks upland cranberries -D.ILrvtir II. ry WrbkU-t tAtnlnc W.at C Grove T.; C.IU1 U. ,Jones ne r,the W. R.shell S.' LOANING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND' CONVEYANCING. A 'Very CHEAP; also,a lull assortment of ,rtt 1)K # For freight or passage. the necessary.WEEKLY Any HKHALO person should pretending be treated to be as an a agent common for

1 ..:; the most feasible remedy J'lHOd bridge.NK8.1 'SPECIALT\. : WHITE 'GOODS. apply- to WILLSON. &1uItsotn'ille.'F1a.WHITLOCK. windier. The club system has- abolished.the agency

seems to be to burn brush on either I). Q 'AwV.rr'a B nkin< Uoane Bay ttroot T. U We give below a few of the many choice' places for sale by us : Or. system I c is safe and cheap. ,
." lIan CanhiiT.Hr Have just received a"fine lot of to JAMES COSS. The pricev of subscription, whenever practicable
I : side of the patch, at. night. To save' *)t )&'Iolla Sink of Florida.,comer of Pine and 71. TwMtory house on Ashley street near St. No. 105. Dunlawton Plantation; on Halifax river, :6tf St. ltie.}:la. -- should be transmitted by Post Oluce Orders,, It is IMsafes.

labor in keeping a cranberry For.jr'h stt."*,. M, 8bolm"kt'r.eoihier.rioridaSanngaBank James, Hotel, pleasantly situated, in one of the best seven miles north of Mosquito inlet,at Port Orange; HATS. LINENS GRENADINES: FRENCH. mode of transmitting money by malt.
: patch Ueean street J. II,.Paine neighborhoods in the city; house b new,with six rooms, i,too acres,s,,SO acres rich hammock,lying one mile S AND JAPANESE:CHALLIES"Th Percale ;to nice,at Bucky s.HF. ice At small Post Offices ia the country where Post Oft
clean, good care must betaken in improving Pit til dent, J. C. Grt-elcy. 8.'Crela'1.JIOTEL8. plenty of closets and gix>d servant's room; lot$lZ (rom river: 50 acres high,shcU land. Immediately on :'I Orders cannot be obtained,.money may be remitted .
i ID
105 feet, good Inca, food Ildewalk, and the street the river bank having Iront of about fourth mile -Iwill ) Registered Letter '.
one teodagventlyre.lucedpikcs. 't-ijjnnw
: the land ,
: at the outset. Without Advertisements limited number will beasertC4
:. I II' to a ,
shelled in bearing a fine lot of with large .
: grapes : orange house .,
Grand Natfrn4. Day 'strw,near Ju'Ja,O o. Me- young twottory, frame' 18 rooms, needy .. I CQLCORD, -to the Wuicaylisw.a.
this / are a great: deat of un profit a- OinUi, Pmpnetor.Metropoliun. trees; flower and shade trees growing thriftily r good finished; house commands view of the river and.ocean - ; '
ble but S wnan ktreet. Des f Bty .. B. well,with pump on back porch which is covered with and 1 U surrounded with large bearing,orange COFFINS AND' UNDERTAKERS f k H: .. -. Price of DAILY H gn.aLD. four cents< a copy. Annual

; very tequisite'work' must be Tn ni, Proprlelor. ," flowering vines. Will be sold cfeap. some 75 to ZOO.in number; good well,and a cistern ,I,. .Successor to i i We and Skin business of subscription priceia;always c advance.
done. There arc several kinds of OoiNin House.Ocean .ftrect near Bay, Mis. CVLBuffinifon. I' N. B. To capitalists "desiring big thing." there that holds 1.300 gallons. yard: thoroughly ditched < I. I 5- Write the address on letters to the Nan,YOK Hi*
thousand and drained canal from 1L/TETAJ1iLLC.; J. H, CRoWELL5. ,? ALD, in a bold and legible handrand give the name,or
bunch : I Proprietn. 'Is a fine opening in Springfield; a few dollars ; sugar-house running to the . --
grasses that grow 'low afso river for of .5. eaco- subscriber of Port Cotinty'and State S"
transportation immense ofwdd S Office
Finri'ia Home corner Fortytb and Cedar struts will go great way just now. For particular enquire crop; quantities lvi BURIAL CASES
bunches of sand rushes that two W, E. Stock wH I. Manager. Norton & Kooker,corner Oceao and Bay streets, orange tries on the place; the soil is slmilat to the 1 ,':.. > Corner)Ja7 and Ocean street, plainly that no errors Ja' mailing. papers- will be liable to
v grow FIRE DEPAUTJIBiT. No. A HAKDSOM RKMDKNCB' POK SAL SU best sugar lands of Cuba,to which it Is fully equal}I AND I. ,. .. occur. S.
feet high if let 1llrjn 74. *- limestone is abundant. -
If This is of the '
all these place really one
weed Chie Engineer *. valises Bucky
are kept! out until 11* vines get 11 AHI1.lar.a-Joac."n Marzck.8t4 . .,Urge double parlors,double pIazza oa the south fore the war. !; Wax tx.: ','.!), ,-' 7-.a.Wl .5: > .
i- iJecKarl, '.Thoa..J. commanding on. -of the finest views In Jacksonville; .
matted the vine will am Yare Engine Mott Fore- -
keep them out windows filled with four lights of-IDChiluundhuDi! N. B. Do winter ) : t. '
mi*. you want a snug tome, with
afterwards. But the true way is to Atua tmm Fire .Enpin-WTl'lim n iy'. '.. with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching lo the orange tree and owen. In Florid.T You can get it I L IVKRY'.SALFAND FEED STABUES M,ORRIS DZIALYNSKI;: ,
fall Alert How 'o. 1 4}. C. YnlvrgrItf Forcmin.VUtbtiix floor with blinds:, all casinilare finished _Ith mould a beautiful lot. 70x156 cd,In Springfield, high and .
get a by lowering down the floss No. J-A. J. Uusi.. 1,Foreman. ing and oiled and varnished,making a beautiful,finish; healthful and within tea minutes walk ol the post-office I .
streams, and ,ditch Awiicus Hook and LadJer CoT A. WUaon ceilings high,walls )tardfinishcd open stain double, on which to make it, for '2'. particulars. .enquire
as four .
I !' glass. ,front doors, mortice Inck.on every door in house of Norton Kooker. 21 1 .
rods: both'ways.: Ilnd1JenJ1e water (ol.I OIUll&I1. china closet,store-room,pknzyofclotbca-prssscsbath- N-. ", r i.lIP4 _. .
I low from' room: hip roof;with cupola,from which n charming o. 119. A tract of 68 acres; 60 acres deared ham- : !. ...-.--. l_.... li.3"_ .. -. AND -r :
the brook,* This makes it FEDERAL OFFICERS.. view is to be had of the city, the rim and surrounding rock land: fine front on St.John's river J two miles west:
too dry for to Oo> .tor. of Ou.tom*-J. R.SCOTT. country three lots,making .IHXJPO feet good well; vf J Jacksonvi le. 1'his.one of the most desirable river 1 OF ALLSIZESAND.QUALiTJES.LADIES, : COMMISSIONMERCHANT,
grass The
grow. best !>< Colk-cVKr C. W KLfcW. from In the
Tuti young shade trees started; EaUa mU poatolice.ronLII vicinity of Jacksonville, Will be divided, .. .
I sand to put on the bushes lies under Inspector of Customs-B.UIQUIMS. For sale at a barpln.If desIred.No. AND GENTLEMEN'S! ROBES ) ". :' "''iM inv: I'; .
l'o.tm..ter-J. 8. ADAMS 'V EMBALMING DONE WHEN WnJ oCmeK&aadlse received en COIiZ
1-All :
: the muck} saving cartage In case of O'lk-c-or'.l Interna! ..renao-.. A. KNIOIIT.SurrrTorOccr 06. 'A large two-story house with tea large No. 148. SU acres on Arlington river, adjoining the FAMED ment and sold at auction or private sale.Every .
N l-J. W. GILBERT rooms; thoroughly built,and finished In fil"lt-nrrt Florida Home containing the old vineyard. For sale ALSO, ___ ..: '
drought, a board is put in each flume, U. & THOS with twelve feet ceilings t one acre of at a barga'a.' MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED r '
G.uiftr- McMURRAY.U. and
with fruit and flowers within The best most stylish livery teams in the city SIr
trees mc
and : description of entrusted to
the goods
ground is soon flooded ; ihen 8 CIRCUIT COURT. five walk of the :'plentylatc f No. IOPUA HoL-T.'hotel Is SL'ATE MANTELS.' can bn found at the Stable if the undersigned,near the : : '

: : the board 'way be taken out before Ju're-ramp. FR SKH.Aiii $., mint dD,.balance o long time ({ Prc. .Op cty.14l'o bit of the bt brd.and Is u SLATE Florida Home,corner of Cedar/and Fprsyth Streets. wiUbcd1sposcdofs
> |HJ.. B. IV I>II KM. s sadMelonviile. HEARTHS, &c., HorseS boarded and well cared for on reasonable
: ,::1 any grass starts. Cranberries do not M.tr.helM.. cJAr.lcrkPIIIUF og. .400 aesln Orange county J O mile from terms-apply to Norton. e rp pr. MANUFACTURED TO :: ORDER Crms. I BEST'l G -; .POSSIBLE -
': WALTER. Prc; $5 per ac. .Strong teamsf;hauling purposes afways on hand. *
need more water than corn1 or'pot'a .C.d. Retire?In BintruptcT-F. FEA8EE. S. .. .:: 'r '.; AND FOR SALEBY: . >. ,.Vr.H.AYER&.i f I''to.the owner,and prompt' and accurate return*oW -

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