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: July 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00002
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THE. l. EYJT SOUTH.; ;n.' their seed, give' by their' seed, to..unite.:,;'whilst.' .-*' 'those in'hYbrids"are'j; followed i iy a fine"'array of 'neat. of ihe' earth. ,- ''and'ai: warm' .- .in. their-. : \P&OZuIoNALcAzs-a." : ,, aftOCttUXS- -- AND PROVISIONS' ; *"3', ..'

plants which do no resemble' ir heterogeneous.in their nature and re spe by'distinguished; members of'r efforts ,toprove'it., In the.:evening a J-- -.. :,
PUBLISHED father, and which have generally a main aistinct.. the,Order. f r: .. .
i iThe. severe bl6w came'uP: which 'caused N. .EE.iTE. MPORTANT TO EVERYBODY: -
TERMS Of SVteSCRIPTIOtr.: tendency, sterility. [Exp. v.This: hermaphrodite orange is due forenoon of Friday "was:,devor great consternation for.a while, and J : I, ,- '. .-,_'.T.-* .
S"I-"' aIIU': .mail subscriber |j,!jd I per annum. tendency to sterility.declaresitself; ; indifferent to seed-to fecundation., This' is a ted to. a carriage drive: -througb.the completely enveloped the City in a : .PHYSICIAN. AND.. .SURGEON*, t'JW w Ir > article. .U, th*'way el'Ofweg.it. : ., .

Five or more copies*.f jjoo each; and an extra copy. ways, sometimes is ,in the fixed fact,land 'establisbed'in a disser- city, to Jihe immense. .sawnYilIs.. and cloud! of dost, 'small :pebbles were "J ; ..
will be sent to every dub/ten received at one:ttaw.WUKLT. Wi.1Jqaon.ac.-p.. r- ; s JJ.
flower which Comes double err semi- tation by'a naturalist of Florence factories
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1 marl'subscriber; *, J* per''annum. Ten ?o rnuch'force as to I aiD 9 ajidia till I p.H.jOmcs ,
achj.l' .. Fifty double, or even' single'or sterile ; i published, 1644. I.ts due to.fe', just(: below the Chaodere Farts. remind RWBWCS ."-. B.TOGNU* t"'J
c copies *un wency copses. $ : cop.ADVEKT1S1NG This! one of a severe hail-storm t ;hous AND, -Corner Ocean and Mooro* _'**%.-*;i e* '
I.i.4osach. ; sometimes' it is in' the' fruit which' cnndation. Tnisjs a fact which follows immense' interest* :Is mainly! in the. es were blown"down,. some unroofed, a!ec. '- 1.i 6- :*,*: ,. '. .. .,.......-...,.....MJ, *1 .

f:. RATES comes sterile, for ,,they: either have (rom its form, from the .natlire hands of Americans, 'who srefpushin ; and jn; fact there 'was' general ,demolition'of T>AER ., l '-: .i> M..,'* *"-->* ..,.et...Jit-..w|
:Inch: 1 less, ,,Insertion none of few and seed. All of its productions and all the it with characterIstic & MARKENS, wish taia'ricrsatioa'in* j *.
Sun-WcncLY. oo per or : poor phenomena 'eheigy. Thf :everything that .was ['not : If you to ;.* good- gnm*.. '" -

each.ubeqttent. *uuertum.1OWun vents," these kinds of mules show' a 'sort of ,of existence:' The> Pink with Falls lelo.re'n:1tn. : d,,-furnishing' this strong' enough withstand-the: terrible STRICTLY BHIu.. .. g,to J.LTOGtF3Sa1ooo2.. ....Baytrw.. .. -.- .- **> '4
,. ,1.15 per Inch or lew;first Insertion: each fulness of form either branches mixed .flowers white ,blossoms almost triaichless '. WHOLESALE: GROCERS, r-- -J. < -.,. .. fc 'iarlftJ MBiMit
gives 'i blow. _
ubkequent I Inkcruon, 75 cents.SfitrUl very "water-power The oldest ,citizens .say ." .. .... : .... "." .d. .t-' : l.6 .4<.;
: A'tticrt,so cenu per line.TCXMS vigorous and thornless, or in a larger and red, ones ;, this is, 'due t to, seed marvel of be uty. This'excursion,'ofsuch I. they do :not remember, storm that JACKSONVILLE.. '' FLU.s .-. -; --' -. ..# ......""'.*'..,

: CASH IK AJlV IICIt., I leaf-better: fed-or in' a flower with and-to:: seed coming from fecundated : rare interest; 'was brought to, aclose' wasio_ powerful,. or came with_ such -Coods at Savannah-... ChaHestrsi, ....- ." _.I" ..'AI.0&:-...:-....:.". Call fee.'it.UTOGNI'S ....:i .....- ;

: Address ADAMS CAR RUTH'A: CO. multiplied petals: or in a fruit with a flower. This i is 'a. certain ,and fixed : bya, visit'Ito the ,Parliament violence as this ,did. _4'93 : '. ,, ;' .,;, .. '; ... .(<
-i I lacksonville FkWiJ*. handsome ;i-encarp.. [Exp. vandviii.]] physical f3ct, .becaase it is the result buildings, immense costly*'commanding Our national! 1 1ma ersJ.as.a -' ,BC' the. Mcsrep.llua Billiard. Saloon.,,
'" These characters distinguish,finest of observations.marfe with great. a*.. ,. .and' beautiful,-structures:. :The rat'-thtng: .-'foldedthcir' : : tents gen: :W7 ICOA.. iW : } tsK.flk "'-:;' ... .....-::.."" "; ti -'

1 TRE TlSE"-Y THE"'CITRUS.From varieties "there oe varieties are dueto The phenomena these two' hybrids Canadians feel justly proud over,thei a 1d'qui ktly stole awaysome;" to the 'TOHN CLARK, '---

an extraordinary fecundation which have a very great analogy with the r noble public buildings., The Hon.' sea shore or quiet mountain resort, to JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I- ', P-&;

';.'1 Our Home Journal and Rural Southland. acts upon the seed, and which modify phenomena of variegated plants.; It: G 0.'W4 Ross, a member of the Lover while away the time which must elapse '..ug) .. FORWARDING ...

,..' CHAPTER I. them at the moment of conception has been remarked in hybrids that House, and also 'a member the between this and cool weather, happy NOTARY PUBLIC., ', ....

.: AKTICLB VT1. they present the same inconstancy National Dirisioi i led the way 'in'ex- in the thought that they have done Office fn FREEDMAJTS BANK BUILDING: i ,- A1TD --

Experiment* ,in Artificial F cund 'iof>-Method fallowed ARTICLE: VIII. which.has given rise to the belief.that: plaihing points"o; iiiTcrest. the best:that: could be done for.the '' COMMISSION MERCHAjrTSJ,," fc
: in These Operations \: : Phenomena<'cn-ed in Hybrid Ptaru.Consequcncn.I' : their disease. If At the National Jacksonville,Fla. .
variegation was a noon ). Division I (country.. Many have spent valua- 1
a'I AJlD n5ALA1
selected a nurulter of plants of the I' -There exists the mixture,'so heterogeneous in the again settled 'dowVto: business, which I ble, hours1' in long-winded tt '":: ':

Ranunculus of Asia[Ranunculus Asia- I species of citrus known in Italy. under fecundation, is the cause of the ming was promptly dispatched. The election look well in print, but speechesthat when it N ORTON & KOOKER, ROCERIEs. PROVISIONS. : CWX.. :::" ., '

.. titus Linh.] a simple flower each of I the name of Bizzaria, and in France ) which affects the fruit of the of officers r hAY '. SmA..... tc.Sole .Ii 1o "
ling wjs had, which..excited comes to real merit, they entirely miss REAL ESTATE DEAf EKS corner Occanand Bij 1$4-,
different color ; I put each one in a I' under that Allranfium of the Kmo Hermaphroditeorange Gtratum Bizzaria, and the colors which appearand no ,small nterest.. These,. ,,1 1 I the point at which they aimed. [Others streets.Money.Jacksonville loaned oo,Ftonda.Real Estate' security.' ,General. Agents Car Florida for ''i. ." ;,a<'f.;. ......-

separate vases that I placed upon [ disappear| in. pinks, it may be have already sent pu. Tne last only, : again, spent the most of ,their Life and tire lasuracce Agents and dealers in Pine .AveruV Chemical Paint: and ,'"".js: .,,<<4.. .
\folio ctfructo mixto. Gal. and Plantation,&c4 Springfield suburb : ,
different windows, entirely apart and equally the cause of variegation. The Mrs. Mary E. Stu ley, of. Cleveland, time for thesake'of saying they had Correspondence solkitrd. a specialty.aSswtf '

distant one from theother. I fecundated which bears at one time Bizarades, variegation offers no peculiarity which I Ohio, for Most Worthy Sentinel was done something i in trying, to reduce 3 White'.Patent Money. .DTeI.Z,

one half of these plants' one with I lime, citron and mixed fruits. seems difficult to reconcile with these! elected on the,,fint ballot. One of I the number of, employees in the different B. C. DREW, Agent fcr -' :"."*.i* *.,.

the pollen of the other ; I let the I The following are my observationsupon I principles, except \\\sinconstaney. The the first' adrnittednto 'the National I departments, which, in a good T, STIAICJ LIZZIE. .BAKER,. _'.",
flowers of the other half blossom with- this hybrid : The same branch example of the orange and the pink: Division, she is tile first elected to many ,cases, was short-sighted policy, C ATTORNEY AND \. .-..w"

out interference by any operation. I carries of which at one time leaves at d flowers; prove that this is not incompatiblewith official position. She, with her colleague as the number, in some cases, were COUNSELLOR.A T.LA W" LCD .. -w.- ,;i.U.. r.
declares itself f
obtained the following results! : The others limes one and others citron.Bizaradia this cause. Mrs. Cabben, were the-fonly! entirely inadequate: to perform the Office! in the new Freedman* Bank BoQduigconiei Brunt Br'.. Line Sailing Packets.. **' *. I
!, seeds of the fecundated flowers pro Thh If the variegation is a disease, it representatives! present from Ohio. duties properly and a: reduction of I J Pine and Forsyth Streets,Jacksonville.Fla.B. t ". .
each severally nucleate the fruits whi h AMWBBW ... FROM NEW YORK.
| C.BMW.11T
duced roots which bore double and I -
in .
the and
originates germ, the honor to these dauntless representatives force will prove: detrimental to the interest *,j r.:
semi-double flowers,and many ol themsini1le belong sometimes only to one of these, substance in its principles, and under 'from the pioneer in the "new of the ''Government. They t6Ig Bay Setjackionvill.Florda.rAIRBANKS .' --'f .,
flowers the seeds of species, sometimes mingled with I T .. 6
; the un- this aspect ir-canonly be due to fecun crusade. finally succeeded in but M.&H.J. BAKER.
fecundated blossomsga\c of invariably two, sometimes the three are mixed.A .' dation. doing so, J .- -1'
But variegation seems to be Friday evening: the- routine of? business after Congress adjourned, they were ,. -
scion which will issue violet develOpS ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. \ -
simple flowers. I continued rather a monster than a malady, sinceit being s ispended for the purpose, the loudest in thc entreaties to have .1. ..,-<
these experiments. I took some double ( a branch of which some are violet: has regular uniform forms, and affects an address of welcome anJ fraternity their favorites kept ,on. Omcv: ltoed"'BuiJdin&. :, BBAIBX IK

flowers and fecundated them with the in of color this ,branch others white and the another sprouts; all the leaves equally. If it .was was presented by a representative of The past week has been devoted to i-ry Jacksonville: Florida GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, '

pollen of other semi-double flowers. grafted upon a disease the individuals affected by the British Templars. Following this the patron saint of the Dutch. This ... ... ," ".. .
of root, takes sometimes the caprice of a I IAMU u. EwrO)7.. BAMX... BAY ,)LA.r J.: ,
Many others semi-double flowers I it STREET. JACKSONVILLE Li
would not possess the vigorous health on invitation, Mr. Cook, Senior, a race? is the solidest portion of our people i. i
left undisturbed. The seed of the variety, and sometimes perpetuates which they regularly have would I member of the firm { ,
; they of Cook, Son & and understand the art of being B. BEEBF T r. .
J fecundated: flowers gave roots, of whichI only simple izaradiera\\houg\\\ they! not come only upon seed gatheredwhe're I Jenkins, the celebrated tourist,.for an happy in a rational'manner. About H ; : :,- .Aiwayskeepeonband -_.'!:'*'jL'VfcJC,1
have been taken
the greater part bore blossoms very may ; from the base of plants have 'been mixed with;I hour interested the National! Divisionin three miles out, of ,town, .they have ARCHITECT.ROOM HAY CORN OAT.BRAN. GROu I,
double, crowned in the cuddle by an a footstalk of a citron leaf, and reciprocally other varieties and all the'seed of FEED,
: giving a glain, practical talk, explanatory what is called a Schutzen Park, and PE. CHIC"FEE. IT
a simple citron from the foot No. .MASONIC '
aigrette of preen leaves which made: which does seem to be affected alike, of the rise and progress of last week they celebrated the, annual ., LRD. BCON.
them singularly beautiful. stalk of a leaf of the Bizaradier. This; as is often but those their tw36-i9iw$3-ios 7adjavth .F1.ri.l._ SHOULDER; -----c aoat '.
among cabbages, celebrated operations Like all!I Fest. Shooting; bowling ,and drinking ,fQ| ,
multiply ;
caprice compels gardeners to
The seed 'IAMS.
of flowers
the '
which were influences seem to be isolated in the large undertakings, it began in a very made the.hours fly merrily away. H.I-a.
it by the marcotte. It is in this M. & '
,. not again fecundated, gave me single: ; !midst he.t'thy: individuals.and seem small way, under the direction of Mr. Enough lager was drank to float our \V ARTHUR BIRNEY, HOMINY,MEAL,RICE .

flowers only, although they were manner without that the hybrid is perpetuated all to come from a single seed. Cook, England, a great many.years entire navy, and the scene, .even toa ATTORNEYS: CHECKER'S FLU. FARNA ** In '

themselves semi double. degeneration. To be Continued. ago in aid of societies like BUTTER, t EEE. APPL..ONO S.sdi..
temperance temperate man myself, was
I II.-1 fecundated pinks of white ,
I have made this experiment frequently --- The testimony of Mr., Cook, on the one of unalloyed enjoyment. Merry 4 STREET, NO. 330 SUGAR.SYRUjir'H"
and always with the flowers with those of pinks of red I National Division S. of T. MOLE
same re-
occasion I deem .
most.invaluable.toour youths the fantastic :
tripped light or ,
suits. I repealed it upon many other flowers, and reciprocally. The: seed I E&torNew South :-The thirtieth :. cause. He said he had in ,. .WASHINGTON CITY. T. COA. ., .
experienced arm arm, paced grassy lawn, S .
fl flowers chiefly Pinks [DianihusCarvofhyllus which have been produced give me annual session of the National Divis SOAPS -
upon : .
no difficulty in making a tour telling the old sweet story. I took B.APATrISOK. A.B. ansx. ,: 4 -
Linn.] and I pinks of mingled colors. Some of l ion Sons of Temperance of North _. STARCH, TOBACCO J
always | I of this .
globe on nothing stronger than pan in the shooting and would have .. A BUCKETS1* ef.
obtained like results.EXPERIMENT these plants presented the following : held &: MEEK, -* / WOODEN-WARE; ,
America the
ult. in /
on 17th water. A view of his fine won the bad I, PATTISON <
physique, principal prize not '-. ..' -.- "'i .- **&.
VI.-I fecundated; phenomennon : The same plant I Ottawathecapjna: .... jt.-.pf thcDuminion : with health i is missed BKE.BRoMS. SrNGEIS -
l .
i aglow; a most eloquent .the bull's eye.. Y. = J .
which bore .
flowers with the of limes chiefly mingled blosson.s: ,, of Canada ofthe CAKNEDGOO'DS'bfEVERr'Klifb. ..
orange |pollen was one most;I argument in favor of that blessed God ,
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pr '
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and I obtained gave me sometimes a single white or r N. ,
fruit and
a with the rind pleasant profitable of the five I[ '
given'beverage. FOR SALE OR RENT-COUNTRY. Office.! ReQua's building Jacbo YiIl .Fla. -
.: and a red blost>on: ; one year it me : : ., ..; ::
cut to a point, having from the : gave have successively attended. There Saturday, the National Division ad- EVRYHIN .
footstalk to the end of it a nothing but rd blossoms, and in the were E. ; :' HTTBB '. J 'a
jcllow present, ninety-one representatives journed, alter the installation of the : OTEL AND'ORANGE GROVE P. JOHNSON M. D., '
rising line, having the characters of a r ear following it gave me mixed from twenty three Grand Divis new officers, to meet in Providence, I H IUCEGRORV.A PROVI(LINiX d

lime. The fruit was wholly an orange flowers again. After having given I ions. Th? officers were' all present, Rhode Island, on the second Wednesday FOR SALE OR RENT. HOMOEOPATHICPHYSICIAN I SELL !,

in taste, having a few seed badly de- them to me mixed in color for two or though the Most Worthy Conductor in July, 1875. : AND. .'SURGEON.. ;' ., 'OR''CASH. :.'

vcloj>ed. three years, it gave nothing but red I resides in California. This rarely oc W. E. ,DALE, "We win lent far the teason or tell on easy terms,, Office, north side of Bay:Street In Dr.R bi_'* tua> AT j.JL J 'G ._

1'11.-1 fecundated the orange; flower ones, seeming to have re-entered entirely curs. The officers for the official I P. M. W. Sent.. N. D. THE ALA CIIACO'Dr'ORANGEHOuSE.Near new.building,next block east of National HoteL ,logtiW. THE LOWEST POSSIBLE. F1GURESq! ; ..'

'with the pollen of many flowers of back into its own species. term of 1870 72 were, however, all 16 '***
Jacksonville, July 1874. ,Merchants Loggers, Hotels Home.and*- t
other oranges, and I have had many Ill -Toth Bizzaria may be I likened I ] present at both sessions, at Boston and .. Mellonrille, Orange Co.. Florida. R. ANNO, families a invued t examine Bn'&C aadprice. u..gg ,

fruits, of which the j pericarp was ir also the '.' in Paris [Citrus Aurantium in- Washington Letter., URF.R-ATfACHED.: : ATTORNEV.ATLAW.Oftice,1D THE HIGHEST ,CASH '
regular, such as those fruits known The Most Worthy Patriarch, O. D. .-. i PIC. ."
under the name of Digitate Corm d cumfrut/o'duo, Gall. SvnI Wetmore of St. WASHINGTON, July! J874. Reed % '
tulati, Ffctiferi.These fruits either had have observed that in the individual Brunswick, who' enjoys the unusual, Editor of The Hew South Wash- LOCATEU: % miles from the Steamboat Jatkiomittt FlanJ. 5t .

no seed or very poor ones. which exists in the Garden of Plants yet merited distinction occupying ington may be, considered: a most : Landing on Lake Monroe. .. ,tatTT

VIII.-I sowed orange; seed which among flowers on the same branch his |position through the unanimous desirable place for loafing during',the & BASNETT, TILLSON &,WHIT. ,. s4j
,; came from flowers fecundated some arc white like blossoms winter when FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE cANNOT'BE CALL V V ); .Willson,
with orange vote of (he National Division, presided season, every thing is gay SURPASSED-while ol Florida J
no part combines -
other orange pollen, and of which the others violet like limes. This variation with characteristic grace: and dig- and attractive, but that amusement in .o mr ny ad/antages to the grower LAW, .U ': .1GRAIN. '

pericarp had undergone no visible appears equally in the fruits. nity. His report was a very gratifying summer is somewhat monotonous,- of TROPICAL FRUITS Omcm-In Reed's BaDding.stain. FLOUR, AND. FEED; ,

.; change ; I have obtained plants! which Other persons have observed that: this exhibit of the state of the Order. no eiccitment at the Capitol. ''Pennsyl If not sold before the FIRST MONDAY MARCH -.,. JACKSONVILL Acbr ofCORJTMEAL *- .f iiuoq* .

) have not )et borne fruit but of which, race has individuals which h3this The sear past has been one of marked vania Avenue almost deserted, saves ;the property wilhon that day be offered at public Fla : ;',I

1 one is thorniest and the other spreads caprice one year, and that it will reappear earnestness and work on the part of by those who have pretention to business -: to the highest FLEMING bidder. Apply& DANIEL to H. SUMMERS IIOMINY'CRACKEDCRN. ,!

'iJi t such a broad and vigorous foliation, in the third year. membership.. and who da not otTer inducementsto Attorneys G., RYE MEAL, "GRAHAM' -J

''i that it is distinguished! from all other IV.--We may assimilate! to the The report of S. W. Hodges, Most what class of loungers who are only Oct hr 8,1871. tf Jacksonville.: Florida. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.'; URrCKwI1EA41'SCROLL .

l orange trees by it. pinks of which I spoke before, the Worihy Scribe, who, from long service intent on making themsdves com )
variegated: orange [Citrus Aurantium fortable. All shades of braids and chignons: at Bucky's. Also NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER SAWING I WOOD TG" 4i
METHOD PL'RSUED IX WV ARTIFICIAL may be styled a "veteran, U. S. CIRCUIT COURT. : -
'.: FECUNDAHOX.: \folio etfntcto variegato. Gall Syn.] I showed,. in detail, the work of the The parks are the only retreats that ,0fIi Folk's. TO ORDER.' .

i The process I follow in artificial fecundation have observed upon the individual, Order. In some of the larger jurisdictions can offer.this often fastidious class a FOR .SALE -... butlding., Wo. ,Sawed' Split, .and Del' lve' I" b.

i is simple! and that indicated some branches developed which had l there had been a considerable place to rest from the toils ,that in VERY CHE'APl! L.1.UJiI.IfG' ecJ"

by nature. I choose the not the border of yellow which distinguishes decrease, while in some others, nota many cases never .soiled ,their,tender, p...PLaIIJIfG. J.t.', AJUU.FLE1.UNG .] by Cord or L ad. .: 'Hd -

ripest the foliation of these trees hands their intellectual Three rnallFamn t.le limits. & DANIEL '. SRo'Block.
J pollen and the deepest colored in the bly, Ontario, Canada, Nebraska, our or perp.exed : near City .Bay Street.opposite o Mill Wr _
.:, largest blossoms and I have seen this caprice reappearupon sister State of South Carolina, and faculties. There ,they are met by the a !
just ready to spread ONE OF TEN ACRES, -
-f plants which had seemingly lost Wisconsin there had lovely damsels this lair 'City and ATTORNEY -A T-LA W. "ACSONYIL.FL. .
been ,
? out, and I apply it to the pistil that I a large Cleared land;no other improvements. ';>: "
,I desire to fecundate. To render the i it during several years. i increase. in unison sigh for retreats where tired ONE OF TWENTY ACRES Ornc: Reed'Block corner Ocean and Bay Streets T.. A. Wine 13-66, w..A.VHITLOCK ;,tJB -'

operation exact, 1 detach the fecun V.-The gardeners of Liguria are Wednesday, the day of opening ofthe nature finds .sweet'repose, and premature -: About fifteen acres In cultiv: 'don, 300 grape Tines and Jacksonville.' Fla.",' n-'
i in the habit of ptner cab- fruit trees: underdrained; clay subioil one of tte best 3-ai-ry *
dating blossom from its stem and separating session, was devoted to business. cremation is a thing unknown. lor C AVINGS B/NK ':
aces gardening.
P .
bages from those cauliflowers they Thursday taken in The monotony'of life here has hada KNIGHT :. .
having despoiled it of its petals, I we were kindly ONE OF TWENTY ACRES A A. .
the put wish to grow seed {rom. They transport charge by and enthusiastic little ''variety: by a visit ,from the I. : '''' THE"FRIEDMAN'S !TRUST CO J.
anthers, without touching them, our generous About four sacs in cuJ: yatiou.,:balance food. pinewoods ... SVIC -., :i:. .
1 upon the l these latter into isolated gardens, brethren of Ottawa and the Grand Warm Spring Indians, with all their ; on King's road Otr.;AMD SKI. ATTORNEY AT 1 ""
stigmata destined LAWS !
to receive C. C.COLLINS ,. .. JACXSOKVTLU BBANCa. ,1.
they surround them with inclosureof ..
i an'
: their dust. I repeat this operation Division of Ontario. The day was fuss and leathers. Among them was Dealr'In Real:Estate Witschen's Building, Bay,St.TTEALTH S f-'J
': several times during the day, and dur- branches or of straw to guaranteeand devoted to a mostdelightful'excursion: the captor of the once famous Captain No. a'Hoc '.Block op stain; Deposits of any amount received from'. individual* ,* *.? J

+ ing succeeding days. I do not de protect them from the influence on the Ottawa river, a remarkably Jack. These pets of the.nation seemed WEALTH: '. '3-ajswly Jacksonville. Fla. business firm and societies, on which'interest. ;win,--t Maow' ***

jJ prive the flower submitted to this of other plants of the genera. Without beautiful stream, as far up as the Chat .to enjoy, the sights.'and, when the, .
; operation of its,own stamens. The these precautions,.they would get L (pronounced Chan) ,Rapids. The interperter ,would explain anything,? to "' -AND- ROBINSON, : ;, i D't maybe" sen. by express in current bind H*, ,3kafc jTor J :','

:': repetition of the touching is only common cabbages from their; boat touched at the landing, and for them, they would simply"express ;.1 C.L. .:by mail;i postal money orders and bank c '' '

in order not to miss the instant necessary of the seed I have sowed seed of cauliflower the first time, we-.set,foot in Quebec themselves by lookingwise and.saying .1RECREATION 1 .' "-ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; The Bank i open daily front 9 A.at.t* P.M.;also, *:.*

of [Brassica Oleracea botrytes, formerly known Lower Canada.: "l' h'l" One little incident occurred for 6 8"
t spreading the pistil, which is to re- as Also. NOTARY. PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER c Saturday evenings, deposits 0r& t
: ceive the dust, and to assure myself Lin.] and of Broccoli [Srassica mlfan's Here, a most sumptuous dinner was during their' visit which shows' with .LANDS FUR U,S. CIRCUIT COURT. o'cl -- ,\ .

by means oi. a quantity pollen taken saliva, Targ. of which the seeds; served, the discussion of'' which well i what avidity and boldness. ladies ORANGE GROVES, COLONIES, Cffiee:No. a Masonic Block. '.' I-IT .. J W SWAth Cashier.'., .n .

from different blossoms of its were gathered afterwards from these occupied the'.attention of those who seize every opportunity of securingsometrophyof : 'GARDENS ,. .
disposi- MARKET-
.\' tion to exert its fecundating'faculties. plants sowed thus pell-toell in the got positions at the table. Those: who : ever lacethe: hapipen FARMS VILLA, ; SITES, TOWN, .. S.. 1L TUCKER ASSIGNEES SALE.. .. : ;u :tiBy :

. In orange flowers, the moment of same square. Almost all the cabboge did not, (the tables were not large, to ,visit:, While these Indians:' LOTS office : virtue of.order of the U. S.,District Coon ,
I procured frome theseseed had their the Northern District of Florida,I will offer tar sate fJ. '
vegetable the in .
concupiscence is declared enough? for all,) enjoyed a fineride, of were viewing paintings the the highest bidder at GalncaviQe the Courthouse -*, ;
1 n the pistil by the apparition of a drop l leaves curled and variegated.CONSEQUENCES. ." three miles in cars propelled! by horses,: Rotunda. 'of the Capitol a ladyiquiet: FOR 'SALE :ON SANFORD'S GRANT Northwest, 'corner of, Adams and Market SisTV hour door O of the jist the day,of July.de.crib br., bc the'.. t ,-

like honey which forms upon the .' through a region off weired beauty, ly.walked up in the rear of one.of {he .1..If.. MOORE. Acurr; MCLAUGHLIN legal It being a part sl.o t Ar tin loo Hai j.np*" .

stigma, and which serves to retain the The pollen of ''one' species acting not to say romantic grandeur.; These i Chiefs, pocket knife in hand,.and_ successfully Siurf'onL'iFOR'SALE RICHARD. Range All Section 18 E. ],a tfdetired S a*. .9 .

dust when it is applied, and in the upon the ovary cranother! ,- 'rodu-ces a lost nothing in having to'wait awhile i severed one of' the finest REAL ESTATE AGENT. Two Cotton G DY '
Pollen it is marked modification in the resulting germ... f or.dinner." During Lhe' 'to'the fe3thers'flom'the'; f his unmentionables. OR'.RENT, : Two' 0 Cart Lad other fanning:.fptudr. .
by, the deep yellow turn I ON LAKE ,MONROE.: ,"IICwJII,f ., I went*. '
color which it assumes at the This modification, sometimes! equal l cityjtM. W, 'Pr 'Wetmore presiding,; l T i: often, think with, pity I j "- '.l .. AD sorts of 1 Real Estate bought and _sold'. ;.Money, In-, Tame asl.Cash.. JC.Porcnaser to pay far Deeds.i ,:
nfomcnt of and constant,. and sometimes.varia- made of the, .Florida Indians, when tbe :- -- vested.'Taxes paid.:Titles examined, .JEY..q., i
maturity, and by sticking speeches were by .members of r poor I t :? : : Jacksonville,Fa.Ju. 'loth, ,

to the fingers when it is touched by ble. and. )inconstant., .It. generally: the several delegations, many,of them I swarm of curiosity seekers reaches the Two'.. new'Cottage aerthe: Slciaboat Landu al New Rmmms York BT Ex-Gov.rauassxisf.A. G.to.Curdn.William Btllefae Astor,,ZsA.Pa -_ "tt o' ,

them. It i is needful to multiply these offers a mUture' jn. the substance of very fine, to the great delight of,all I : 'regions of .the. Everglades. I I ,SANFOJlD.L. .t!: ; ." .- Lewi''H. }Redner. Philadelphia;.W. Stokes Boyd: LOUtS EMILE MOURGEON?' -:

experiments because the flowers run the seed, which ,identified ,with the present. Truly it'yas a .'feastof rea IP will venture ,to' say there :will not be , > ALSO. -' Henry Philadelphia ucker;D., Boston G.Ambler.,Mas Banker: 'Jacksonville 3Srypd.S Fin. France(lately ;; -

a gre M deal, and sometimes after fe- same, and'which affects all parts.with! ion and 'flow of soul/1 enough: of them left to furnish the I IIacludin' desirabtwoMory .. fr Paris. Dyeinf el-J F- <-; -,
HOME wTof twenty acre* *
cundating many, not a single one will out afterwatds submitting to any fur The, evening was no less agreeably Legislature'with member.. : I & AMUEL F R NEW. 'DYEING'AND SCOURING ESTABLISH.." .

!orm a seed-TtnoC: Success rarely fails ther change It offers the' l'ustration' rpent.. .An. 'entertainment, a peculiarly TbejFourth/ ,of? July was ,celebrated L bouse with large dining-room'detached I AN.KS. ; KE.: .-.

In the l. nunculi'and% Pinks, however. of a principle which :circulates it, and I British "institution; "tea 'meeting hereina"very quietmanner.:; a majority Suitable for. Boarding-house. NOTARY PUEL1C FOR.DUVAL, COUNT' Ladle, and Gentlemen's Lace Curtain*Wearing. Apparel. .,. i ..

CONSEQUENCES. which'sorodimel'affe vegetable ," was paVticipated .in with great c j of .the citizens repaired{ to the t Ucksonnllc.Jan.v..8r.vABUESINCJ Lace Shawls. ,
and other fine 6brics cleaned and cfrej.
most carcnillT
I.-Mixed fecundation essence and changes its products, good 'will and gusto by all present. country! either'by rail road or, 'steam : FOKSYTH STKEtT. between. .aJbl-

verse phenomena in producesdi. arid, which sometimes, without affecting This took place in the basement o;f boat, to'escape the'.,heat and dust' ofthe I 7aawyty. 1373- Saafoed.tw5QLf" .. ket street*. 56t.

lIpoo the ovaries plants. It acts them externally passes, nevertheless Knox Church, a fine audience room, pty, and seek the. re1ieshtnghadc: Respectfully call the attention of the dtlxen and_ : IJ

Exp. v, vi, viii and or upon viii.]the When ovules.it ,'in these essences, and re-appears and was followed bya public meeting of some cool grove in the- yiclI'1lty.: WANTED.: chanoto is tlw best t e BEAUTIFUL Washing. Barber SOAP anil Toilet.* mamUactarea.It Soap eve. 1-OR i. SALE. .': !. f:.

acta upon the in successive products ; also it some of rare interest. formaladdress, of The exodus gave .the place Sunday This. Soap is put op (III boxes contain to!Band A Home and L.1.&t:1 f 1 the "" :'

the fruit is modified ovaries and the in pericarp these in.of times'abandons one part 'of, the plantto welcome, 'in .behalf of ,the: Grand 'Division like appearance, save for the. contin fmUiarwk A competent}.all other Engineer.mechanical Millwright work aad and well Machinist.pootedtnmercantile ;;;; Orden 90 ban..O\14 be addressed- tI > Jacksonville.. 'The house ialaixe, j4ai4'; ,,.

it appear In'another In, 'concentra- 'of Ontario, was presented by ual reportsoftire crackers and torpe tbathei..bs'Iag Had .much expercncw I '': BUESING. Box t '4 "f"
"JBces has few and dcntp Agent and Book-keeper, desire i a "* JackaoeviliirIia. fitted with modern
seed. as 5upcriate tapwoczs. .
poor ted i-- up Ivqfaaof
I"?.vi i and vii.]-When it form. These. caprices appear in G., M. Rose, Esq..G. W. P., to,the does,: which: only 'served, to remind. position where he tast make-himself useful. .Salary a ;,

ovulcs! the fruits which acts Upon the hybrid-.they\ pave no place, in varieties. National Division, and responded to those who remained at,home that this secondary, consideration. Aildress'HIRAM AB1FF. I _t7)11 brtna*and parasols to be had at Bucky**. "' 1 C,OAK.Jacksonville"n .

Affected they produce .:, In these .latter, the {principles iu its behalf: ; by the Most Worthy was' the day .when orators: '. proclaim i Car**of Norton ft Kooker. Dealers'in Real Etui*, :
Dof but'those nucleated 1 which i Cor,Ocean and Bay streets,Jacksonville,Florida.. PICTURES copied sad colored WOOD ft BlOC 'as' FLUftlDA TftWS
mingle! have sufficient analogy Patriarch' O. D Wctinore; This was cremation I .. r-, ., > 4 I't. H .-,. :
'. ., ... _._. .I our superiority over every v Jalyw w-* .1-> i .> t mi i -
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II l t __-_; _. --- Our Boston Letter.- -' the Sawyers stabbed toe'Institution with of ranroadT ties.' vatueu r- S2 w.sj.- organized as heretofore upon the deposit

THE- NEW SOUTH. t be moved. They know thatlhrough with Northern cities, Florida their pens, in high glee. The depositors O errer $30,000 of bonds, and that national

.,4, the net ion"of Republican State orjaoiration will become vineyard of the whole BOSTON. July 2,::1874. call for their money and give teir DO Fernandina thinks three fires and one banks with a capital of not less than

ADM.. and iu obedience the demand country for table,grapes ,and at ,once ,We have justpassed: the, commencement tics (or'the whole umounts" attempt at incendiarism is too much $150,000 may be organized as bereto I
.-. unUI. }I 'ADAMS.CARRUTH CO.k.U4.OGG. t season'in"ourtolicses and schools. The Board'of Trustees and fully and calls! loudly for more police. fore upon deposit ot one-third their.
: & .
t UK> ftUBNUDK.: ol( the people, and in Fpite of theLieutGovernor's Her advantages s are. incomparable.MENARD for the consider the situation. It nt to MOxSOfi COUNTY. capital stock in United States bonds with
The reports in the newspapers
"old the Treasurer.
attachment to the
SCOTT LEE AND SPEAR- be unwise to continue the business of The co-opemtive Union of Cigar %
J. S ADAMS EDITOR. ," the detested Jacksonville Ring last, two weeks, of the serricea in our'arions the bank. Against this"decision pneof .
0 guard Tills takers of Key West bate incorporated 1 ,
:, -_'TO'CORRtSPONDENTS--,_ >_ J Is beyond the hope of political resurrec l -We)'lao to ee that ; instiiudons for eduftloo, from ne''minoruy, in kthename of his race, themselves. An'addition of $30,000 Foreign News. J -'
., AND OTHERS. hassee or her is admonished school the and eloquently protested. declaring ,
I State the common University earnestly shares has been made.
tion. tecall t
1,. f Local Interest solicited from all of the They an energetic
t arc putt of "the sale the effects of --.I- .
mle I of
official respect4or that
Ii 'S"t. Alo. Calctlo o Subject of generaliiitcrctt Central Committee in existence,and anticipate resumes)t. shohe Icily and health of our Key West sold $14,707 Worth of rcr- PAXAtti.: %

,CpJ eutonl,make social their and !'nosutnalOTptcs. Cession of party organization.' It inlimatei its wil school ,At Cambridge this year sixty thousand persons, whose. value epue stamps during the month of June. July 13.-B.ritishv e'',ia the PacjfiV '
the i 'an- fjstera. otdollarsithaout
111 Uw fact*sad circumstances will le. a approaching lingness to'sustain either' of''' .the 'above attraction in'',the reached three'mi u The health of tbe tail of Florida is are ordered:to rendd us Panama tot"special

I, t.*re poasible fat opinions expressed by our other,U. S. Grand Jury, and are con tent.Yhile feel hurt if there was a special a necessary cuse, finds no pr"t.1in good. Only three pcrscriptions last reasons. -- ..,
will they .
for I Memorial Hall. A mis' of the world.
l CurresponjcnU. Rejected mir can nit \ the unremitted personal abuse Cnressand dedication of the'slave marts week.. The Guatemalan Government will
he_ returned n Pe. )' are'not Of course, i eitheris made In the selection of Chas. tbe enemies of the race have been to 1 List of New,York from tike
iU D b ot( Conover, )VallsandFurman, take,was Exports r a part in .the Centennial exposition
whic will and they gloat over their triumph. ,
nominated for.anoUierposilion.lt tho chief" address. strong Key West for two weeks ending July
Francis Adams for
for months has pervaded the lot, of "btass-
It there were only a
c That is satisfactory., 1st., 1874: 263 eseig4rs, valued atJ3UOO r S
sustain them. '
t Ca for a Convention both' of 'the LteGovemora{ organs, General l Derens,T. W.llggnson'Gen.cral rimed spectacles' left, the, thousands $ ) ;, 00-10 pounds picadura valued July 13.-The. American, Dockray,
,., c1 fat a Rrpublican COI&.lo Convention fo the l1stlcngth' Bartlett and tens of'thousand of; homesteads the I has been tried by a.court martini and
h the Sentinel ol's oter' 8667 value
and Second Districts of the may .updenuin-e general A Q EER "OUALy.-'he at $4,000; pounds sponge,
lh&tio : ,
has enabled the freedman to build i to death but the
State in the a: connection'with the army and hank 18.OU) 8465 pounds turtle, value _at judgement
FI richanomaly.it ;,
o vested 4n the Re of Republican party does not seemyct.to appreciate bat, j !of
authority us.by and the habits of saving it has led themto court must be approved by the Governor

I : t('rat Central Congressional Comwt District a Convention on the will 1th b State, and thus the prevalent tone ,of his, presents, olan "organ".both ,speak'from experience' ought to form, would compensate tbe race for $1,000.: One ofour'largest: Total, e144,500.importing merchants -I General before it is carried out.

d .A. D. 174. at u o'duck M,at t cp. own papers wi make the' Tallahasseeclique "State and National by. ,the I Il have been chosen. Then, instead of tame the loss. j informs ns that tbe amountofgo ds I Hopes are entertained that he will not
City .f lalUliaSket. Cci>" .. support should have \words full of ,The confirm the but will
defeat platitudes, we Tbe manager; Iastletter.says i Galveston, sentence commuteto
wUbcbc1dattbeCourt solely responsible! any alms l ol the Republican party imported into the city from
room In'nnvl o&DibicL,at the same time, 1 heapportionment that out ot the discord and whole and.vigo fire such as kindle the heart'to 'a burning loans estimated as doubtful.by the'bank New Orleans, and New York will exceed a lower grade of punishment.
may grow opposing'tbo .
\1u.. "llvr rously RtpublC.n Charles examiner, which nave since been paid, of 'June.He SPAUf.
) The fact ,is. 210.000 for tho month -
"Uowuo '
Counties '
is M which they1 have sedu- and entusia '
Dtc disintegration 8 delegation in Congress diligently and the interest that has' accumulatedthe
.bauta Rout s, 1.1 West Dispatch. July 14.Active movements the
; WaoD" Home. is ,of tbe by
I Jackson p, QT n 7. FranklIn I lously cultivated, still the general feelIng vilifying them personally and offii ially' Frncis a man past. leI last six'months, and other resources, Carlists and '
\\akulla '3.Jefferson it, Labyette I, laylor fitted for leader. His valuable financiers PUTNAM COUNTY. Republicans
not a make it the opinion'or good
J, s,'! of Republicans to nominate and and coming in opposition to ,
i. Levy Hemando a. Hubborough t Sumt i now dirtcf
.11. ., Manioc I. Munroe I. and sole services at the of St, James dur. that there should bo no dtficit.in doing Palatka his: the National Bank lever. Z$3ZcGzN.
r"k 6 mg.&Jiiai apt.Alachua 0. Baker I, re-elect bot'the men 8 virulently at the formal actiou ttheregular Cat and'the up the affairs of the institution and advises The century plant in the garden of 11. July,13.--While riding m tbt country.. _

Dade I, Hamilton, brcvard t,I,Cay 6. Madison 7.4,'Nat Iu\kl an'a 4,, alflo, and show to all, the strength of $tae Republican ,organization; while it ing tH war deserve American.recognition But' the depositors not ,to sacrifice their |j. Hart, Palaika is in fall bloom. Bismark ,was fired upon toy ooknowix "

Orange I,Pulomn j.St John.. .uwannec3. .Volusia a. party action'to put down and undertakes read out from the partyall r.nratitudt5 of every claims. The three following articles are, from' young man5 tire ball slightly grazing his L"tist.
I* order t secure a fair couveniion and to guard olnizc t which make -a' are which the1'alatkatterad < Th
of selfish and qualities diplomats It is'doubtless! this last matter : assassin was arrested and
factious florU Government
against irregular fraudulent representation the<>!- nullify the i who quietly support the '
lowing regulations With regard t delcgaletand .ler'te very different from those needed to' organize : isatttu bottom ot hew SaWs er letters. Florida is a pecnlar coantr). There with difficulty saved from betnglynthedsGreat '

nave been adopted, and rauil b urictly cop.lc disorganizing )ques. the repr sentt 'e,men'and the organization and I lead political. parties. Th jwi h to ItlJc.r't the market and is no section alIt in which there are not excitement prevailed ,/or a time.

with ILL vip Each: county will as many votes in A Licut-Uournor, providentially,in- of the party. great trighten'the depositors Into flacrificinir to Lie, found strange awl' unaccountable
b.Uuwe But to
the convention a it is a"1'c delcIe trusted with executive functions and devoted The Union sees it, waits for somethingto The new times need newmpn. their claims and then their ajrenls will natural geological developments. In Extract from Minutes of Lodge Wtf. I,

en. If.nv may to the of tho highest and' meanwhile, as the come back to the ,commencement at buy. Let depositors take the manalt'r'lIadvise. short Florida Is alandofcnrlOsites'andhas O.G.T.JACZSOITILL -
pl.c In the convention, and In cate any county adunctmtnt turn up, Ben
U not fully presented, the delegates oration tel interests of the, State and the people, would ,' "whangdoodles" the Cambridge. Gen 'al'BarJ tt, made a where they can afford to wait (lor so struck the attention of all scientific I,FlA.,July 15, 1(74.C .
|HCvent may cast the vote 0 the cnt"Committee. each tint say speech which should be alike in their money. ,It will he time enough to men that have examined it. lctrt aid Jlfemftrt t- Voar; Committee appointed -
3rd. The Republican ( least o through a wise administration of party, Freedman's Bank.: rid the Congressmen to pay the Never, since the early settlement of resolutions the, /
cnty will d-ys publication of the same, at which o advantages I entitled to, and will receio Florida S I loss when the loss can be "seen without this country, has the fruit prospect beenwore' SADIB CLAXK.which_occurred at Green point.L. .
and alternates must he elected and the delegates I SI of the NEW to the readers of the, NEW SOUTH tho So From: all sections ofthe
G.cgat spectacles. fiitttrlrsg. ,
through green
alt alternates so elected must receive credentialsggned wide-f plead t-ympatby)'and general l >ILRIY.-Spaking .I.,reipectfully report: ,
oy the Chairman and Secretary of the convention in d how the following'extract: thinks CLEAR SIGUT. St, John's Indian,and Halifax rivers RetalvtJ. That'we lean with deep sorrow 'of the
by which Ibe wer cc and
% o proxies will be allowed, in Committee.4th. the c"lvenuon.. death of another accidentally attainsan ago wh.it has just appeared' as original this "I which'ting .e' dedicated to the memo Death Near Picolata.l'ICOLATAt'Jvly'15. Florida, 'we have most glowing 'ac- sojourn this Lodge.in this and city possessing last Winter a rare became onion a of member excellent-/ -

dele*, te and alternates must b residents in the county oflicial prominence to which; be never mater in theJSEW SOUTH we should uf I think o brer is for one all of their no commo. interest to us.hen: I 1874. coitUs of the bountiful yield of the traits character,endeared herself all. '
they here the Kilter obtained spe cmraesln-all 'iResotctii. That we will emulate her devotion to the-
represent.f know and shaddock
to honorable lime lemon -
ble. copy of the credentials must besent by the could have been raised by personal kay that the thoughtfulness w hie.t t u the .I Editor New SOflth-On the afternoon orange guava cause of our order which was manifested by her.atteav
of of this is appreciated.The
of the Republican duties day
chairman ohhe County mmit to IVnnit Egan, tho report "Meeting : the ; and ,the quality., size and flavoris dance and lively interest in our meetings until biEnc
merit dues his claim to withouiaadness as we read the beloved of the 3d inst. a white-man by name
not culargo general which it day is ,
becrctary of the State Lentral Committee without deay.to State Central Committee, no marbie | and not without gladness almost unanimously pronounced to be. health forbade her. That we will strive so to live.
1 intercessionwith obtained rurncs on tlle yet of II. E. Seymour, left here :'with alightl'r tht as we approach the River of Death we may be
allhe respect, by personal announced and puhlixhed as : reflect thai cunge of fortune marked
of the Stale Central Commute will a we may with about 1,500 feet of lumberon superior in a degree. partakers of the blessed hop, that sustained and. cheered
up a roll of the delegates elected for the us of the the President, to defame the character from the officers, whereas the Union hall\ come to U as immortal.the years roJ We l on shall their tame old is and secure wear Many persons in, transplanting orange her as she passed over.
mae the the
grow board to place
to same
at their temporary organization from the published the same report word for word, but .'Ql their glorious, carry do not'succeed in getting them to 'S'6"Ivti.1'b..t these,resolutions be engrossed on
list reported to him by the chairman. of the County of n ilvnl in the printing business; and nil the time theoriginal out. they always keep fo u ot Dr. Cal, bl\\V, about !miles down trees, our Records; that a copy be sent to the family of, the
and kit < and rtpurtei one day previous youth. live, because they fail to do a numberof and Nnw SOVTM and the Umietf
Commuter, .ie.cgates alle.tc M> deceased to tie
ape the 6th inst.
of obnoxious of river. On
the hear from the distinguish thE
will by so directing an in the Union offie. glad to lips your Monday, ,
importance of this fur
properly were considered of city publication.
presenting c'tifr cretu b opration papers such testimony lo the absence of nat- things which are no newspapers
orator what had be- S
cnnudered pnnut/acit .eat pnumg ie:' printing turn, its Perhaps u i H another instance of simil url yeterd among lie mass of the people at th Dr. Clpsbav'came to see ,by< those who have but little T. S. SWAI. SKATIZ -
of the committee on credentials. heardof KANE. > Ccmmittetv
r.port ot him not having seen or
All lor the convention ill b* into his by industriously arity.Union.. I South: that it was due ii great part to the eneretc come in the business. In diggingthe EMMX T, j
necessary preparation* delegates\. profits own pocket; nor cultivation of hot braIn leaders (or selfish ., him since ho left here on Ft iday. All experience L&w.
made holding by prcperly the Slate certified Central lmmiue. the and first Con cultivating jealousies and The Union's idea of claiming an of- think that the ntur of the people everywhereis came to the conclusion that he, was holw_in which to put the tree, it is .

clonliluia wi report to, and the members for the of the hatreds among fellow Republicans, and ficial records an original production thwarted towards by peace party intrigue good, we,should iU and be much were nearer it never to drbwncd, so we started in search of him. necessary that it should be large enoughto in RAILROADS 'AND StfAMEU.,

ttle lu. present the Chairman and Sod and a plagiarism a uion,such a.these men fought for than we Wu:found the lighter anchored in about place the roots or spread them out
District imputing
Ono before to the hour fixed for the ct'' all for the fructification of his own personal outs own genius, ,pre,. Theoccasional firebrand thrown in th the same position in which they grow,
anib for the same re- path of reconciliation are from the of those tour feet of waterabouthalfamlie from JACKSONVILLE, PENSACOLA AND
Uiguf the conventionand from them aspirations. to us publishing hand and for the tree to be about
ri'e deep enough
e while the battle lasted,sought b positions this place. Search was:made'along the MOBILE RAILROAD CO.
o Amllio. t the b of.heir. H.respective,,Lh SON.conventions.W "Shorn of his accidents how weak is man" cod, word for word,just as we received in the rear..anl they nu more, Iprn fighting shore but no sign was apparent of' his two inches deeper than it was before JOn

Chairman Republican: Central Committee.If I it from tbu Chairman of the Committee, men have spoiled 0') the South them represent than the the plundering t hr.poiiuci.ins at the North.I who having gone ashore. We made continual taken it up. ; make the hole seven feet in i and after SURDAY, MAY rf, t8'Ho train*

Our Prominent Cuban Guests. has an air of simplicity that is only 1" firmly believe that when touched,men of Lee's the search for, him, but heard or,found diameter, and' Sn'dijrging-place the topsoil will run as follows: .
surrendered ( by
Defeated, Who is Responsible.The army at Appomattox. dietats nothing_ cf him, until Snnday, the 12th on one ,side by itself. proper PASSENGER TRAINS WEST (DAILY) FOR
On Wednesday; our sanctum was by its confession that it has retained U ucate generosity of brant who obeying U the tree, is AND TALLAHASSEE.Leave .
equaled season tor taking orange
up ,
.of hi own honest heart, showed n less magnanimity inst. when his body or what was left ( -- .
prespot prospect of tbe re-nomin honoret with a fondly visit from Senors its copy in its own office to prevent political sagacity,)they flowed.the exam of rit, found at the mouth of Clark's any time when the sap,is op.Domestic JacksonTUt*. .> _.2.40 p u and' 8.20: p n
pie of their heroic chief,and with laid down was ..
ation of J. T. Wall as candidate for Cisneros nnd Z.iMivar our publication of !a. for their the tel Take then this Gco. Colee( L &Idwin4:0 9:55
Aguilera prom- ever rfisloyrflty to care creek,opposite place. Lake City.......-....j-.to. 1.25 a n
Congress from the second district,seems nent citizens of Cuba, who have been Wad the Union's publication of the \t you repel bf injustice o suspicion, or even by In the Justice of the Peace of this county, News.WAShINGTON. Arrive at Live Uak..8.io and 3:30
the love of speak
difern. returning me now Leave&Iaduon..._..__ ...-.... 6:10.a
assured. Jlecept )'Uee show Nassau ll't'nd'ug a day or two in our city, en general presentment of the Duval county prde of that fUg a"o flag I was t make called coroner's inquest on Monday ... )lonticcIW.To)
.reunited where roan should of death .
thI happy every and tho jury rendered a verdict '
Alachua contr Tallabauee---J. 10Jl
: and Bradford to sur. + route for the North, and as we suppose. Grand Jury, original with it, and was be in reality fee and equa the law,that our corn- unknown but the 'g r.eral War vessels will .. Qunoc.?._;.'__._.___.la.topm
that by causes ; 14. The U S.
tbe will be nearly unanimous rde fought.00 boh fel. They die'not July Arrive Chauahuochee.PASSENGER ._ ._ fjoa
delegated connected of the ftvord for at -
business of nature publication
on a public our New England prosper that Wet might opinion wa that he,was either caughtby not be ordered North .this season, but
for \WallF unless the secrctmal'binationa the lTurs ? hnve They died nut to defend the Northern Capitol shark there TRAINS EAST (DAILY FROJ* :
with our sister Republic, now soon to word, saving a plagiarism or those marble halbt where the polished states an alligator or a ,as were remain in the Gult. TALLAHAbbLi.) FUR SAVANNAH '

Lieut-Governor Stearns,through Den- be. with our language men plne of the pro conduct their dignified debates I They several in theriveiuphere, at the time. Chief Justii-u Waite has purchased ,a AND JAC ONVILu.

nli. fchall be able' t bend a double dele Unacquainted accompanied by Senor Iluau, MAJOR A. J. RUSSELL.-This distinguished die fjr. tr the Southern-for tSe Sot the n days IC than come the He has been H tailor, was a good bwim- lot and will build a family 'residence in Leave Cbattabouchee........____,,....... 53 a"
that they were gentleman reached here on theM see An. And he stands> In these hallowed 1 halls er, and tho opinion is that ho hardly Washington. ," Quincy.....__ 8.:to
gation. Comptroller Cowgill says who acted as interpreter. inst.. and'on Friday morning deliver wi reads lhoe names a realiiing the grandeur and could haveMrowned in four1 feet ol wa The postal convention between Japan Tallahassee__ ,..,,.." ':jo'-

i Wall i falily nom mated. Putnam President Aguilera conveyed to uS his ed an eloquent and iidniiiablo addressonlho p"we will exclaim bf a country 1 bee which men, thanks(unght t tor them my salvation u still his a, ter. His remains were brought here and the United States will operate, from *"* .MunticeUo MadmiV-.i._i--i _._on- -J...... 4.J 7:19

county gin him decided majority, own personal thanks for the uniform interest su1el! of temperance. On Saturday fell A"o their own. They died to preserve not me. and buried. One day longer and there June 1st 1875.* Live Oak .. 4.10 a a and 9:s.
his first i bPoke at the Sunday School Iy the unity of a nation but the destinies of a continent.General would not: have been A particle of him War indicatethe .to Lake CitYS:50am and 11:15 '
and that while Wall U not own which,both in the Union and in Tho Department reports Baldwin.goo a n and a:40 a as"
choice he thinlu he will receive the Celebration at St.John's. Sunday after D rleU'svofb\ find now a left. He'claimed to be an Englishman, impending danger of a general war Arrive at JacksonvUleioij a n and js

the NEW SOUTH, we had manifested for noon he spoke! to_ the scholars of the wide response at the North ,an0 and leaves wita-and several -children I with the Ki was; ,the Caraanches and

nomination, and If so, will certainty I receive the success of the Cuban struggle for Sunday School in this 'phcend that: I the\err intense applause) which. followed, his at EIl t.vili, Fla. the Cheyennes. TRAINS TO ST. MARKS.

his own fcUpport and that of all I national) life and liberty, andin, this, bes.iid night delivered a religious! exhurL'lul is, \'l, 'indicationsof Yours respectfully, Report says the Russian Mission. will (Tuesdays.; Thursdays ant Saturdays.)

true Ei-publicans. In Duval, there i.t is in the Methodist Church pent speech only one many T. F. BRIUIER. be ndcrtd to General Lon slrect. Leave TaI1aha ____ 10:2, a. '
: he Included the grateful feelings of the the incieaseof the era of good feellug. Arrive at St Marks ,_ u
His words fell I
t DO danger ui any serious difficulty among and tarncsln s upon Numerous bid are expected for new- Leave St. &UrksArsne _-.____ U3S t'
every Cuban. cars of his berer with powerful effect TIe? fact is, thoughtful men everywhere State News. 5 per cent. U. S. Loetn. at Tallahassee._..___. sn '

the colored men, ami there i not the \e'replied that our ai ticks only fainty and by his pathos and eloquence he beat recognize the truth that we all are members -! The Arkansas militia are under arms ROE XT WALKER

most remote chance of any white lie the shackles from hearts of ont :'
I conveyed an idea of the universal away many of common country. As the new ESCAMBIA COUXTV.. in anticipation troublegrowing Receiver and bupV
receiving the nomination now, who from that moment espoused the ot the meeting of the Constitutional con- H. L, MAGBE.Atat Supc- i*
publican's sympathy and hearty interest ,of our of Christ and allied themselveswith combination 'of parties will '!turn on Five columns of the !'ensac.Ja I Republican -' -

after the unmeasured bus tat has whole people in the prolonged heroic cause this are filled with tax sale advertise vention. Bucky sells boots and shoes :< .
ana the Church. general instead of'sectionatssoes! Hon. II. J. Jrwett was elected President -

been heaped upon Walls by the struggle of the Cubans, and that r Major Russell's visit has purified the era of good feeling among people ments. of the Erie R. R. vice,Watson who OF SEHEDULE

branch-organ, located in this city, moral atmosphere of Ocala and we bope An accommodating eel, two feet long 'on of ill h \hb. CHANGE
resigns account
he of
we had only acted as the mouth-piece will also le strengthened by the actionof allowed itself to be caught at'Pensacolaand
as we are informed, the many colored the good effects of bis excellent address r Slrs.Tilton is reported to have appeared -
general public sentiment. The necessary from its interior was extracted a
men of and ability, who cs will be felt for a long time.-Ocala poltch\ns. before the Beecher Committee and The steamer Dictator having been withdrawn !of
ClUlf\ctr intervention of an interpreter, of Banner.A There ia a story afloat that Butler is hand-tome: 18 karat gold ring. The ring making statements varying from those hummer repairs

have been men;ned in connection with course, detracted! somewhat from the kindly and sympathetic recognition going to St. Petersburg take the sold- for $1&Ferisactihi' has instituted the Jewish bt her husband, is said to have abanduDed THE STEAMER CITY POINT*

the J&wination. hare wisely concluded enjoyability of the interview, but the of good words spoken of a fellow townsman place of Minister Jewell, who succeeds order of Independent liu.ii Birth. This him aud to be residing in a family
that the only tenable course for them is of BeecherN friends. W. FITZGERALD.
meeting was very agreeable and seemedto even erratic on the "bond qucstion I know nothing of the truth is the only order in the Suite. the Centennial Commis. CarrAi.J.
i Crswel.
defer their own claims and unite in Japan
t be mutually pleasant. President ,"' is a good-natured and neighborly ot this. Perhaps the report was started During the storm on Monday night shin that she will take a part in the ext \'Will until farther notice leave CHARLESTON every

who 1 made their is solid thoughtful man, of 6th inst., at .9:45 o'clock the, PensacuU Minister will SAVANNAH WED. -
Inpprng.a1l Aguilera a thin?;. because the impression i prevails that } itiou and that a special TUESDAYeveolnsr.aad every
Light House; was struck by, lightning, '
peca \c m1 by the nryatt.k some fifty-five years; evidently almost Major Russell was up to,Oc3la last Butler has decided not,to enter the next knocking. a hole in the tower 18 feet probably be' sent overlook her. appearance NESDAY.fcr 110rt .rrhrtos Jn JACKS
upon him in the Sentinel and lainfully impressed with the reeponsi3ility week and the Banner hays "his visit campaign as candidate for',Governor. long a'id 2i feet widebreaking all the in immense theshow.conflagration has exeryTrtVRSpAY. -

Union, not n upon Harmon as an Bon of his position and clre-\or by purified the moral atmosphere of that The fact is he has,lost ground in Massachusetts ., windows 'on the 'west side'and' destroying aflicted Another Chicago' sweeping from the RETURNING :
orable Saunders muleteer No doubt' the Major will be The is displayed .
bell wire. light
or upon a Cisneros pace. 125 feet the
4 patriotic anxittic Secretary bear of the wonderful effects and he dues not care to have corner of Twelth :and Uarrison to
hut simply because he is a colored man, some fire years younge'r, a stout, of pleased his vlsit.-Union.to another defeat.' But his is as usual.-Pensacola Bepu6tican.OitANGlCOUSTL corner ot Harrison and Lake' streets.' WUl! leave PALATKA every THURSDAY.veni c.
i sel-onceit
fairly representing his rare and party.VbIIn that would not be to The burnt territory is a mite in length JACKSONVILLE every FRI .Y morning tft
_ hearty man, apt' he mistake the real public -
so great may Fletcher to
Mr. Ingram propses put ,8 blocks"in width. The Post
the latent acknowledgment and four da ast'tnC t
they enjoy while the To BE Our SOOL.-MeSsrs. Pry suiube'tIde. 1.
cry 4tenough" too hastily, sentiment. Dawes evidently plays shy steamer on the Kissimmee river this Office is burned but the contents are -

of the ability and character of younger. Sonar Zaldivar, 'appeared'AS Squeal announce the speedy appear- of him and he will not be able to make winter to run between Tohopikilaga saved. The total loss is estimated: from SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON to iliac w

some of their fellows, extorted from the though his thoughts were "far awa.," ance of an Jntr sting sketch of local any combination help him. (Jkeechobec hikes, four to six millions. CONNECT, ,WITH NEW YORK

bolting "official" branch of the Tallahassee In the course of A general conversation political 'biography), called *'PoliticalReminescenses The business men t are looking. confidently Fort'scholars Reid has aver a 'Graded which High Prof. J.school W. July,15.-The Chicago fire is.now under : STEAMERS
ot 50
_ "organ," as when the Union in they all united in the opinion thata Chawles the Less, the for an,early and'alve Fall trade. Tucker presides 'principal.. A brass The.complete grass-hopper control.devastation" in i .Lou AGENTS; .

_ it last issue, says: commutation of the death penalty, t.new Senatorial Volunteer." I is a Just now there is rush from the city, band has (been organized at the same isiana. H not as general as commonly ( harlesto .' ,
Spearing, better known than any which }Ir. Dockray \V:f sentenced, small septuagintessima half bound in while manyfromihe; sunny :South drop place consisting otwel".e' pieces. Mr. Supposed, extending overonly fine tenth'of RO [RTSONSa'f2llJlah.

_ other clort. man in the State, a znau would be effected They all) bear thelt.ok calf and profusely illustrated. Willey, a German is the leader. the Sfrito area, and involvingsome BRAINARD" & ,' I
in at the hotels on a brief visit to the Fernandina,
sold the Parton 'f BRO;&SON. :
here for Major Marks recently ot f inhabitants. It' will lessen JEFFREYS.
_ ha twenty )'e"rl. Chawles with his 30,000
tat of serious, devoted men, confident Plate 1'I'cpresent North.! The Congressmen have all returned M.iitlaud to Mr. Stack ouse cRO-jacksoaviiie
(a slave, now one of the best trusted place, lake : the aggregate crop something over one .JEFFREYS

__ __ and most intelligent of colored men, is of final success, but earnestly hopefulof two colleagues'buying out the fourth. and as four of the :asachusett of Miss., for 10000. ,- and one-halt bushels to the acre., R. J. ADAMS, Pafcuka.,.
well known Walls national that would Plate 2 shows Chawles suing his col Dr.:'Spence, Savannah, has bought I 2000 homeward bound emigrants "
nut & as a Pennsjlvanian a recognition ,delegation nave declined re-election ,Nearly THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OF LADING
9 '
by birth who came' here since shorten the struggle and hasten the re swearing ,to ignorance of : awake. the Lyraan pace: on Silver lake. $4000 left New ,York ton the ,llth for GIVEN. -
the are wide
new aspirants
die war Again, there is.Lee; he, also, favorable leages'nnd be assisted. Plate 3 improvements will! be made on tho Queenstown, Liverpool. and German- ,5-33t1' -
a 'well known suIt They left a impression Sle i Henry Wilson did not go to California. buildings, and grounds. Will be used -
not enough ports. ,
hIs Ulles'hats ask Bucky.
J on all who met them, and we heartily! shows the hero, "with fire in eye, I[ saw him "day or two since. lie has for sanitarian'.-purposes. 8EVEKE,FIRE,IN OSHKOSH, WIS. Forstyllab. '

-. they are not simple enough to be led wish them God-tpced and good luck. en route for Tallahassee! to enforce his lost the elasticity of spirit of his elr'Utr'' A money order office has, been, ,establisbtd July 16. Tbe boundaries the burnt O..,& ,'v.i.'i'.c '.'s,RAILROAD,

tnt mutual jealousy of each other or claims Marcellus 'and Charles the at Sanford. extend from the A
upon district in
days. The death of Sumner'was a griefto beans .lterl1t ves. .''t > -
into distrust of old friends whom they Editorial Notes., Great. Plate 4 represents a. prolonged Never' eat castor' as Beckweck House, toits rearon' Division FROM -
I him;(or iLey'were personal friends, They disagree' .Wilh',1he"human t yst m. I' 'dDAR JCIVK.: ** "
who north Division tf Cot Fd,RNANrJlNA"TO :
bare known for street thence on
years, beer, conference between the partners, w4b-a and even the political separation in thePresidlntial Three gentlemen in Orange county experimented the 'city .' ., :
the northeast beyond
deceived th m. STILL MOUE Fnurr.-tStill, more, and sketch of the convenience; of cool 'in eating',them 'on' the llthinst. vin, to conn:SOUTH conic xom.Lttmi. -
last campaign did not almost Lake W peha.
limits and then to Arm
- When the Union shows the grounds of confidence Is increased in the Two ate ,two, each and one ate .
more, our difficulties ..
I patronage in ,settling partnership their o ndship. S. W' B. go. Six hundred buildings were burned, Fcrnandl'ta.- _'5:3O 7=35 P"*
its own appreciation of CougrrsMonal 1 fruit-future of our State, by_tho perfect- and the mollifying effect of an d.f five. Each man was sick as a dog and and three_thousand people are rendered CallahaDTo35 i ,,3--j.
liver :oo ar. 3-so
of"'the who ate was 9
honors, by supposing the colored men to ness and, variety of the specimens ad-interim commission to visit the school .'Bearing" the'Market. the despaired life of. 'Hej man was reduced,'twenty homeless, Loss, about $$1,000.000" ,:'and Baldwin J___---9:30 k 3ar*:I*

b actuated by mercenary motives only, brought' almost daily to our notice. marms. ,Plat[represents a meeting 2eto South:-DEAR SIB:-The pounds in flesh in one njght, and. fursome insurance 160000.' Gainesville StarkeJJJ7......_. ,?._.-.; yso ":JO
Edir -
.In this paragraph Watermelons weighing from 35 to 65. of the School Board, resolving that there the 'Union,'this morningput.* days ,could, keep nothing_ o'n' 'his NEW: TORE;, Bronson Archcr.-.., __.--.Jaopm'__ ):$ 9.t9-9:04aCed.u .

weeks 'betn "on fale11 oh a pair of Moses' spectacles,and stomach July 16.-Tbo highest point the thermometer n -_-- 6p 6:30
Why not Mews. Menurd, Lee pounds have for : neither schools nor&hool-marml, green r Keys -- -
Scott being the Frecdmans' Bank, : ofthe reched was 96 de ,
takes a at Unn. A; C. Cowgill, Comptroller yesterday CONNECTIONS.
Spearing ? Why will yon hankering in,our.streets, at reasonable price., no visitation is necessary ,Plate 6:exhibits and the look greens coming together so State, came' up pn the Hat e. last grees. Six sunstrokes were'reported. At fERNANDINA.wilt Steamet dry Point from.

lor the mileage, and the pay of a E. F. iilbert has'exhibitcd to us three the private Secretary of Marcellus "obfuscated" his vision as to enable him Sunday. We learn that he is engaged Otto Seer, of: Tallahassee, .Florida, Charleston and Savannah.Mondays at 4 a Thursdays-.:'rtin?u -
P '
4Al Congressman varieties ot (snpnrh 'grapes and two,of mailing a request for the,resignation ot to see a clear as mud, and ,to displayhis in untangling some tax businessin, ,our phot.himself through the ,bmn ,on tbe Dictator m. ,from With Charleston steamer Luxie and Savannah Baker from bavannah,

I they quietly resolve t approve their remarkably fine peaches, both freestones won't the electioneering native ignorance or corruption.Tbe sistercounty. He says Orange county pier of the Bremen steamer, at. Hoboken 4 Brunswick a. and 5=1. Mary's. Mondays at 6 a,,-:, b'
the '
'' Board who pay and State books.- dollars in those points on Fridays at S a.m. c
_ ministers so kindly stands A No. t the yesterday..Onebundred
mubo at the ballot box. and delicate in colorand chastely on" BALDWIN with J .P fc M. R. R.from lack-
The and frequency one SIt expenses of the Senator. Plate described by him, to the number of one, Sanford'Journal.Orlando a greenbacks and a fine-gold watch were acmilJcac At 4:07 p. m.:Jacksoaville at 9oe: 5- ".-

cnsnt very suspicions flavor, and the other, of unusual 7 show* Chaw the Less expecting, for (there was one in the management,) ac rejoiceth in the possession ofa found in his pockets. lie was booked "tctIESVILLEwub tn-weekly staglu Tuesdays.> to .
of the Union' allusions to this inches in circumference view have allowed them- first cabin in the.Weser. Tampa; with stage line for NewnansvOle
his fur
,1 size, over publication in tho "organ a peremptory coring to shoe shop.NASSAU a passage and hldays
a the third term of Walls, asia this, raised in bis own city garden. the Board be swindled by lunatics out of COCSTT. "DISTRIBUTING THE CUBBENCT. At CEDAR KEYS with steamers to and from from Je4 Key
J order removing perverse With steamers
Why honld Walls leave after his two Mr. Jamison brought the, finest Dela] 8 shows the shoes and bat of the deposits until, "there, "only a lot of The saw mill ,of Messrs Jones Leak Washington July 15.On'a question West Orleans and, every Tampa.Saturday.Friday:from theo \.Thug*
Plate old green) leit. This, is and Sons will resum work this'week.. of the days. With Steamer CoOl.from Tampa.Sundays:bj ,
terms for the Comptroller
lpctlis by -Waweaoek.
you and
both for size, color Chawles with few buttons and curls of miserable,"min Tampa. Mondays. With Steamer
war gps a really too I County Court convened, in ,Fernan the Attorney General has decided Tuesday.
Currency Cor Stiwanace
cannot and will not era from their're flavor, ad box of peaches which cannot hair remaining after the'minating isters" have" received fitiy-eight millions dina last Monday. that, it is lawful distributersuch i Suwannee FrIdays g D.: Eo IAXWELL. ,.

r oleO the defeat of'Walls for his b beaten at the North,or elsewhere .convention. of dollars of the.peopled money; have Dr. Brookins of Jacksonville is at portion of the three hundred and ,fifty- 5.53 Supcrintc-

te d'tlgned 'and concocted in both raised on McG r'. creek, some :paid them from four to sixper cent. per Fernandina ,performing professionalduties. four million dollars as now remain unassigned OCEAN HOUSE,

d Jrl Union office and execpted by its three miles distant. -Has'the Governor canceled or postponed annum on it; have.suffered and sometimes Irom,"runs1'nearly two' ; 'and unissued, and also so much THE
.every year, An attempt has'been made to burn of the three hundred and fifty-four mill-
owners, who were thcp the Chairmanand From the same locality,' Capt .James the collection of a personal debt or three times a,year, instigated by the the temple of Justice Fernandina. No ion dollars as may be retired by redemption JACKSONVILLE, FLA..,

; Secretary respectively; of tbe Republican handed us specimens peaches of the by making < recent appointment Sawyers of the press and otherenemies, damage done. and destruction in accordance With

State Exec-mire Committee, very best qualty. office in this, county ?, Has, the 'Che and after passing through panic successful which ,Tbo French ,brig A. M. E., Captain the apportionment provided by the acts Centrally kxated and first-class! m all tt*appoint**""*

_ I Tbe remembrance of J gross and on- And again, froui 'Pottsbnrg, through Executive the moral', right to- I prostitute swept down and some best of the most of the Charnau was cleared on' the 6th l inst., of March S; 186 ,, and Jane 12. 1810. will remain open during the Summer months., j
: financiers Wm.:
known'.bank for Hull,, England, ,by lie also decides that it will be lawful to
I paralleled instance, of political 1 turpitude tieJ kindness, of Mr. Bid well, spcimens. his official l oath and to place upun'bls'CODstllenis nation, into utter rin, th with a:cargo of 596 barrels'rosin'valued redistribute Ue $55,000,000 of circulation TRANSIENT BOARD

Blinding: alone and unapproachecjn by open air culture, of Rogri a future torment and 'corruption -, Inspector rays: "If your assets,were at $900. and 596' barrels' spirits 'turpentine autl1artZ d'by the act of June 20, j

) the hiKtory of f 'the State, can not b nnd Nt". 9..r tha 'Drac t, I in order t stave off' a bill br sold for cash to-day, ,you would l lose ,, d at $7500., Total value. -ol. 1874, as applications'therefor are made Ja PER p.Y4or. $zoPER WUL :.

"hUtcrte) by tbe present soft solder an< Amber, and the Solon, that would elicit chancery for the present, and ease' r seven securities per have cent. depreciated ofyour, money; ypa'; your have cargo $, 8400'TIES; : CUBA. to any Until State it shall-receive having less than its full its proportion apportionment ". V er y reuciubJ arrangementa lU4e With perm& (''j,)

.wetntf of the Tallahassee, organ here appkasd in the bcstNorthern own pockets ? \ paid large a 'rate of interest; you : FOR that act and boarders. ';" --- i. ,;'-if; *" ;, ,: .
1 cusn'.1 '. 'i to :'The bark Lizzie Captain Hafley, was as :provided by ; g
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; Tlifj p-e clearly through.jibe filmy and tories. : : have sacrificed on your ond t"py ,1st ,for Havana,: by be also decides that a national bank i.--, ,.. "., f ,, "MRS.jqL.BUFFlNGTON.tC
building cleared] 'onJuly 1"
:\ jranf parent 1l Z of af'ceL regard for i i W th.jonly *o abundance ref gera*: ,..-Tbaold Catholic Church your This depositor published*. '. to the. country, Messrs. Lysles & Gilson, with a cargo with a capital of f 50,000 may now be Ja kSOD1IUIe.Y.J 33'11'

i I .u.ditWnal 0,1011'1 men, arc not thin.Ii font, nr better still, Immediate ,communication-j baa been raged t be ground. being "

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The Interesting individual who face bring down heaven to_earth} and carry .. '1 : "I 'r. ; "" I. -
; from earth to heaven tTttt( N"SAt.'L -- --- SOLICTTtJi Olf FA'. ': ;- -- -.- : 'S- ,"., q .. ;; i-; ." -E'CJRNITtJREw.IEOQ) I h A
defender our thoughts ; ,
Mo ,JULY 18. 1874.Directory. tiously masquerades as against up At Foster'l July rtth tl tL. ; '" .
SATVKUAY wharf. >.. 'J.r.'. :
8th N.W WiMats .. .\ ", ", .
cribbing//' and disports himself id 'the thatVwhy.Campbell, the pleasant'mo $UbIDi IaI,A No a.thorough bufl*fighter Waacxxa, 7319 street. ,.c. I. "". '.0o. fJ' "' .' .- ; ,: ..",, I\, ."' ,. ,* f
button Patents procnred far Fifty Dollars. N.patent. M S.. -- .-....., ., .,-
Airista. ; .
R. bloated rattlesnake ney-order clerk.'always wears i sloop scd. one tad a wr- torn : I. .
Union, again, as a pay. Write fcr taJbrmado: ". f-llt .r.t : w/AiJL
[Under this hod ** will*twbuik.$ vefy Saturday when mad will blindly 'strike:itself; holu bodqnet. Borne say U is to please stoavhousc aaeasorcBMat,fan feet Ion(,devca feat :, f-' .-rN ; .''."1 bR
. be : b hef*Uk tawcUn apmarel'atj t.ret.dj riA-V S? &: "D"REWI u
of Sabbath services assasy cam,tof '
notices '
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teorBUuj UK faults in the Indies bat We know better. L.KEENk. '_ .f'. 1 ,.. .. ,. '
overlooks its own seeking ot .audi. o
by 4 .'Vdock Friday mast,IIIa boc "b' t"i .,n .
tent to us :. .5 ._ 1cu '
St.loha'a Protestant Eeiaoapal D **l,tfee .Wad for a eutning. flaw in his neighbor, and. Innovation" the unanswerable Ob of and ronninf rijjfnc anchor aad anchor fine, cook S CAT nun,3Akios4tLLs,T&iaa '".: : '70". :7Zn'1'1:d,__.. ; ,I 4"ii1aW1>
Markt.R.H WeDe*. fccctf-r. Su day servKes M stove. and atensHs. Als( a toed oataaa vHrA Masts 11: t- ; ? w.nd7P. II ; daily.at 6H A. t.j Friday. 7SM renews the "Oh, Scissors 'warfare in ettioti urged against all .improvements Can, &C. Thk lichter with all hs apfwrtenaacea,ala Dtalef ia Kai'ftor. Fancy and'Dress Goo*of *Bklxk. :; 4 < .:",f': .". : C11AMBERSU1TSt1

.ri >Parish. Brooklyn Sunday School Mission.Ms service*. M.bandayt MMo at 4 H r 111 taflroolxlya atone, 'in. which Injured Innocenceand :U the Mayor Or Marshal will not re. 6na ate condition'and'has-teen wed I in fresh water Ktcpt CgmiaMly M hadd eM latest K te*II i' I 'Th" ": If "1:1; .' PARLOfc S.- 'SUITS. bftJmn

aad East Jacksonville. a II Service iiEast i f'r of chicken -i HATS AND. TRIMllIN9S. :
: lacbdaisicalwoni6ClltIon struggle move ,the innovation coops !. ; 1'J' M :;W44. ,. .
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z. Jacksonville every Monday at cSt P. i. t ; .. _
the be offered first f' .
At sane time and place witt a ,
St Paul's Methodist Episcopal(South),N. E.corner the mastery. We have neither spacenor upon the sidewalks, will the Council Also.Dress Goods; a fiaeanortmentof S .t I''/ ":.J .!O.t4 ,; '.' ,

,.' tI r.'ur.lJunl.Dd l Mewaan wncu. Rev. J. U. Fiupatnck inclination to answer In'full'his for look to'it? Are these officials afraid of class ether timbcrboiuingVlnca"secondhaad material adapted to the use LunheriataJ'o' and. KID GLOVES. 4f. -Tjii- ; .f :'.; !14 sEtij': 'i''' .: MOSQUITO :BARS &:FIXTURES. Hf)"

tint PmbyterUa Chulch corner of Oceao'and Ad- .AJ .t1 ". ,' '.'* .' .1 ..
"_tor. Services cible-feeble whimperings. ,Life is too losing a rote which may help them to Terms of safe Cuk.I. l>nu.rKKl. Very CHEAP; also a UI aawnmatt cT ):;f. >'. "' "' .' :. ; / .

,:;. Sunday MMineet.moraine at o'doc\.aed hi the cenng at;5. brief, and the weather too warm. Our higher and stronger official pap P' 7-IS-it. ..' :ilti' -: n'd' 't.-' ,. ; .5' '.: i.Sf-'_ V.I il
fcchoU and KUcCUu t flS o'dxV. .PryerMcetinict WHITE GOODS. '
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eveningi at 7X o'ckick. Stna- attentions are too fully occupied in THAT SODA FUWJ.TAIN1a J oi : 1Tf. .
ua Wednewlay Buyers will find it to their interestto "t .
fnenA Invited to attend.ServHxs the L ffVfrita Is admired Hare received a AM lot of 1JiW'O DAVIS & DREW
W fen and tordi.lly and dgar. store by aB. just. ; .: fi. 'I
Vebenfl Church.' f A. brushing off the flies mosquitoesthat Fruit stall of Mr.Wilcox I, -"
o in Ocran treet calFat : Pular :(- "
_". ) '. Lyons win preach. ,6-. '' BATS LINENS GRENADINES. TRENCH : yy'; 1t'I'n" JJf':- eoraerrf .
: W.t mind those which only.buzz Sttim.
r )'n.corner}Newnan and Monroe streets hue to the Maiket or at his stand next door to BASE BALL GOODS AND-JAPANESE CHALL1ESRabber ; :'i.'l; ...t..", ,.'r.."'-. ".7r .'" : Per .. .o.--.h-.

"' Re._..5l.Pastor.ilethd comer. of Church"and Hlp1l itytts.ev '. about us. In this season of insect and 'I he Map nolia J"-House. keeps the best' JU Santa dans' Bazaar L'Fxgks Granite Bloc k natw .icre pke.l 6..7p1. 7 1 k..' ..-...",.r ii'j ,:2I .( t- '.. .' ". Parlor Suits. BAY' AND")"LAURA 1 .-STRim., "'.,. CbIIaWs.Ia. Suit.

Mr. V Widen Pastor. Services every Sunday reptile we must submit patiently Bay and Pine Jacksonville.Florida. j ; AcEosTu..PLA.S .
morning at I. o'clock; evening at sIriwry pests in their respective lines daring the fruit corner sheets !. ,. ," 'r # ,1 S ; : ., ,' : : ..I"

: Methodic Episoopta Church typponte St. to such as this. season. TO RENT .. '( and oil win at Bucky*.: :. d. ..t" ': f "I oJ" '. : .
Hotel. Monroe ItTct Rev. S. ii. Darneu / If ..; ..HlUW
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Janes There are one or two misrepresentations For the A furoUheH !< .
; summer. Urge room.oa Bay S
a abtorKrr. ( Auction sales this day at the .,
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R Pasco wU preach la Trinity M. E. Chapd in the accusations and retort of theP street. Apply at the office of THE = -
1\v .t II A...,to-IDuft'Ow. tral Sales rooms and at M. A. DzinlynskiV ..-5tf Tu Naw SOUTH. .,, ? "DETAIL 'CASH. PRICES., EXAMINE OUR LARGE STOCK,.h5S
Duval between who well .
Church street
e Second Missionary Baptist "lyglot pundit. so represents sells HOEC'S BLOCK. .
Kev.Maillrown.I'Ii Ol'. The former everything ; R7w
Laura and Pine streets.
IJ S. W. corner Church and Newnan. :. Bulwer'a Mr. Wormwood. The Union ;ICE CREAI.IThat : FRANK ; SUGAR. .LBS.. .
.ii (Father l>ufau. Early Mass at 6J4; High Mass at to%; from a c1ergrman'Ii'liLrary to copper aU acknowledge- be superior to say ever to he .FOB- ".. .:. #:m -.- .aa

j 'V cspel'l at says :- still, and the latter everything from a tad in this city previously" is to be, buined' the -PRIC1LIST. .... ..1 "
I Second tdveat, Brooklyn neat S. Fairbank's. resttle -- "irtbfe astute Local of the NEW SOUTH I Tunperaaos lUadiag Koum a L*FfMrittt. Twelve Lacer Beer Tickets b'Oft OIL EXTRA C.SUGAR. 9 LBS.TOP -_ ion .. r ) fJj"f' ." .
C.W.O>M>J>,. Pmmier. necktie to a lighter domestic included. 101. .. 1 -. .
e. will when the Union "located I Scuppemong Cooler_.....,.. as. .101' '
FiN Baptikt JS.W.corner of Pine and Uuion streets. just say BROWN SUGAR,to LBS. FOR LOO III : -
Rev. C. B. Simmon*. Pastor. (scenes copied from Dickens in the City Thursday the members of the R. E,, aRCULATJNG LIBRARY. Lime JuiA Pnor-h .. --i, tj 101' . -101. ..11,1" i-t

\. African 1aM Methodist. Washington street Rev J. k. 1'ark," we may then possibly believe in Lee Club chose sides and played a gameof B y street between Laura and Hogan streets., Open Ice Cream Piinrh--- ..,.-. .--s. RIO cor EE4 LBS FOR -_ '.00 lul 101". Sa J C-. 101 1411,J., '. .. :. !1...0 n"."

1 Scott. its assertions that it does not "crib." fall with Scott and Acosta from 9 A.II.to i P. II.; from Kyt p. M.to 6.. M. Milk Punch -5. OLD GOVT JAVA COFFEE j LBS.FOR- zoo 101 UACUurnu.u.Z 101 .'t .> dt's

base ", as Rum PI..t. . -s. 1. I. ; la1
Internal Revenue Collections. It the writer of the above will refer to captains. The game resulted in favor BOAT FOR SALE. Brandy P"tn.vr .-t. 1 S". RICE (best), n K. LBS I'DJt1.00, Slit' . 101 '1 "fU"C

has collected and deposited -. A_root yawl with mast,oars and nutter,Is offered .1 : M ., : ._1.-
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A. Knight his file and select the paper bearing date of the Acosta tide by a score of 20 to 14 Pn.wl. BUTTER.GILT.EDGE s% LBS FOR ....._ zoo 101. 101 : _
Jane 3rd or sale at a bargain.. Is in good.condition. Apply,at .. '. ;, JiIi -
: for the jear ending 1874 he will find what Claret PuAbsini" Iii lot .I'tl
j" of March31t, in eigbt innings.We A. G.CH.' Boat Shop; Bay-street.' -' CANVASSED H KS. PER ft 18 CENTS., loa WI .
': 133.675.34. The above amount hag exceed 1111 I"J'J
he attempted as a funny though
J; collected at of $9,740. were informed on the street MATTI3G AND r UNKS.. PLAIN DRINKS tj CENTS UNCANVASSED HAMS PER ft 17 CENTS OIOM1010D*D OMU30I*! ,,..Si ,ft b_
'been an expense of an old log < Imported -. Bass'. DubUa Cor- Ot
ingly ambiguous description Ginger Stoat. 1O1.o.oIoieeDaus&DunwsiiOl----- _
that Charles Frederick Mawbey, intends A large invoice of Straw Matting,TravelingTrunks diaIa,c. H71W1aSprillc LONG CLEAR D.S.BACON.PER ft it CENTS M .' IM 'Jfnt

.' .11 near the band stand in the City Parka becoming a candidate for the State and Satchels Just ftccycd. i prices'cheaper tnaa ever. Mill101 ,.,., .a
% Board of Health. portion of th flagstaff which had fallen Call OD FURCHGOTT BENEDICT. &CO. Caniaere salts fcr sale at SucTy- CHEESE BEST FACTORY'4tf LBS.FOR i.oo UI IQloooo Fcnrnm ooootflllMr '. .
Senate this Fall. We have not seen the 18s.taU .C :
The rpemlH-rs *>f tke Board el Health to the ground,-under the captionof _ 6-1t S EAGLE BRAND MILK. 4:CANS FOR _'uoo 101 lOlooo WAXKMOCSX ooolOl .,.*.
the last gentleman to learn whether the infor- 101 10) + -ttt0 -
1 made a shott tour through City "The Sacred Log." In that article THE LATEST STYLES. A CARD.- FLOUR, VERY BEST.iS LBS FOR...._. zoo 101 levjiotoioDftUtHMowiai .->1 ,41
j Thursday, and the Chairman reports mation was correct or not. Gentlemen can Bad tvery style of Knots for salts,at 101 101 lOt 101
the idea of which was conceived by reasonable prices.Sy calling : .-- :, FLA., March 3tst 1874. CANTZ SEA FOAM. PER CAN 30 CENTS. 101 i.i mi to: ii ._
that the city generally, i resents a cleanly A very 101 1U1.
101 101 .l..d
Dickens will be found the following .
reading Reveries on Reading Several Communications S7tf FURCHGOTT. BENEDICT&. CO.3 THE*SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE, COM ALL OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION 101 101 101 101 .f
appearance. : in the Union. t t .: >! 101 101 m .101 ,> Ie-t.:
--- .4- CIGARS ,ANY will ia a few days appoint a State Agent for THE STORE OF _I01 101 .lOi 101
Fire. MOTTO "Prophet of evl.bird or"-"Smith." Imported a domestic aid of their own m n: e 101 : i.,41fl.iJ't'
DILSTUl1 Flodda la the meantime I will conduct its anagemeat. B ROCHE, & 101 101.
.. 'The alarm ot fire sounded on T urs- Why strewest thou thy attic salt to can always be bad.a better article and at a lower price J, : *M ;. 101 Md''T I

': caused* the out of the right of them and to the left of them P than any other place ia the. city, at,GaUl.IL. Go's La.bavora. ,; Jane zath.i8jvTHErNEW, '. 101 101 1.. .-.
: day was bj burning P S III .....101 ..m -
'J J the chimnitf in the old' Sbgtr house, SM'AUK. See'est thou in thy visions another 6-rjtf All co*""*txnkations directed to me.cue Henry A. ,. I. : ': f .

* 'On Tine Street. :Norton with his "flabcoek" shrievalty in prospective? Is Caesar, OUR ENTERPRISING L.'Engle Secretary oldie JacksoaviHe Branch, .uI .-:':. .. -'. .:- .: : f. d ass *htl'-
Messrs. seenhigry,spared
and the Fire Department turned New, lIthe said writer will turn to not him of the commentaries, not the Friends Onto* Co.;;, have n> receive due aIL :';!, : M ".- : : ; -
expense in introducing the.handsomtstTsoda (juntain ". I1"g. rHE FlNEST. 'ND.B'Esr :
'Out but were not needed. Chapter XI of the "PosthumousPajHMs mighty warrior, but his transmigrated ever set up in thin city': It is admired by everyone and J R. MILLER. : 'J e'\ ; :/ ; SELECTED -
of the Pick ick Club" he will shades, in one of lIann lal's descendantsto the soda from h is pronounced by aS the ladies. to be : -' .. .: '.. 'JIf".lJi ; ..-. S 1'. IN THE SOUTH.; ?, ,
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the best. 4-t-tf GenL Supt. of Agencies- _: :, ..: S .b..n
there is ::
his brethren
School find(the same thing. Perhaps a furnish rations for at .
"Pay of Superintendent. I. ,',_, .'. .2.. 4 '5' T:.
At a meeting ol GreSihool Board the'salaryofthe slight sc"m7i"arty"( between the two. rates ot charges comparable only to the VICHY: AND.KlSSENGElf: Gents mnisbtag good low at Backy" :-'. I ': ._ ;l
Many on rising in the morning complain of a Bead- "' Parlor RICH PLAIN ..1Mi'J'thi
Snj>crint deLt of Schools Evidently "the thoughts of great men multiplication table of the horse-shoe '. t: '. Seie'. .
ache A of '
or feeling stupid. glass Vichy or Kissengenfrom -c '' d t.1. ; *.t.wSuits.
vas fixed at $5 |M r daj for each school may sometimes, in the same channel nails? Mightyl' and glorious hast thou 'Toffts" Mammoth fountain in La. Favorita cures :R.EARL, .' l ,', 7 ': ,. aDd Chamber Suits. ', .'r

.9 actually visited; schools not to be visited ;" for instance those of N. K. Sawyer 'carved thy name, not at Moncrief Spring. all such un,leasant sensations. .6-ij-if PRACTICAL, -- .-.' ...-.j;t--t-J- :,.;. Parlor SUBSTANTIAL>J ,'.}
more than twice without authority and Charles Dickens In the languageof but among the heroes of-what New BUY YOURSELF HOME.A PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER. i.'p' .' { 7.. .: Parlor /Chamber' .1''

from Ole Board -of I'-ublic Instruction. Dnoh Toby we would say: "G gate ?-no, not exactly, but on the imperishable ViiiA-srrt on St.John't rim fs o' tied lor sale t.', ,..; ,,':_\. ':,\-" ,w" Suits. FURNITURE. ".{., _"T".J

MilYage is allowed ihe Superintendent poor fly; there is room enough in the _chronicles of thy birthplace, One of the most desirable places ia the vicinity of Jack glad Having receive decidrd orden to from reside all requiring bcrepermnendywUlbc work done in "'n'S" .>. ., 1iJ7If.

%t the rate of tire cents fur each mile world for both thee and me.?' If the in the doings of its councils and its assemblies sonvflle plaa lI,.containing For particuI..n.applJ:8 acres-about at the 8,acres coaming-room ready fOr his Jc. i, ,;. 1-:.., 4, ; a : '; ; 1..1 .
i traveled jjoing-tnil coming. One-dollar Union desires,. we will give to' the public of fifteen I car THa N.SovnI.eSt GRAINING. GLAZING and KALSOMININC ,' ,-.I't': We are prcparetl to offer oar stock Uu '

several other Insunces of it "crib- Dost thou P Quotest thou Job done in the best manner. remarlabljr low t ******
:. $9 also allowed the Superintendent for protest BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS' .",", -' < S prices. .
Orders left Davis& Drew's Fnmitnr Warehouse :'- 'f't'f'y": '.- : : 5' -. ,. t" S
.;? :act'ig AS Secretary at each meeting olithe ; bing"-bringing. forth some articles XXXI 4th to 8Lh. Verses? Say; is the Will nod a complete assortment of lumber;dress .will receive prompt at aucD- 2fr .1. .' .' ;" ,. '

Board. ITtic salary amounts to less taken from /7arp r' just to illustrate. "wheel within a wheel" surely broken, and undressed mouI iap,shingles etc..at the Depot ; ., c --S :tr t .'
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Lumber Yard. Orders to be delivered at landings.on j.- f..tII
But then the honor or art thou only a single poke thhlste ., : .
th.iu (oUO r year. III : : '
pi the River receive especial attention. S. I. BKIDGB Esq. and. C. L. Roarxso_. Esq .. '_ S. ret. you Iow. Importance tocome of our Citizens. out the Jonnhl-or hast thou changed Address Lena J.Bauut. Jacksonville Fin .
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The text of the Act of Congress to ex hy Gods which are yet no Gods? .Or FREE SODA WATER. S '.>',. ;",:4.1: si

: Dockray. tend the time'allowed (or the redemption hast thou changed thy glory tor that C.hen Brother have made arrangements with Cato a FOR SALE OR kENT-CITY. S ,.. .: o.
\1ij iatclivs of the 13th .
lelcpvajiliic MUSIC STORE vtALriSIc ,
: ui certain lands by the first sectionof which, does not profit? Be astonished Co. to prrsent,every lady who purchases goods to the S ..'....J ,C
4 : conUint-d the liJkjwing: amount of one dollar with a ticket good fcr cue glass or SALE. ... ,. .
S- HAVXA,July 13.-F. A. Dockray has the act entitled "An act to provide oh, ye heavens at this I :Why sneerest that delicious Soda Water that Bows from their auia F.OR OF : All kinds of FURNITURE. CAR1ETSMATfRESSES.WHITEPINEWAL ; ':..

liet-n trkl l l>y cixirt niartial l and Sen-' (for the redemption aml sale of lands thou at thy bosom friend of but little moth Fountain. TJu ffJuuit, at IA FAVOKITA", cot : Tea acres of land on the Kings Road only two --'.. ,".*

,..:: Senct'd: death, l hut the Judgment the held by the United States under the several field and less cash ?-and you drew out ocr Bay and Pine. miles from JacksoovUle. This land l Is GEO. M. SMITHS.. NUT-and CEDAR LUMBER- etc. YL!. 'i-ff't,

;, it/un iKi!!t-be aj>j>roved by the iovern- acts levying direct taxes. and lorothwrpurposes the-(hem-the; ) linen of thy adon i ia SPECIAL NOTICE. ADMIRABLV.ADAPTED TO THE JACKSONVILLE.. FLA. '.-:* #
:<, ..-Gt'l' before it; is carried cut, andipt..S JAcKSONVILLE FLA., ,
.:: ) are entcrtaiued ti+nt he will not ," approved June eighth friend. Shocking I and Benjamine, my Previous to our taking aCcount of stock,we offer now CULTURE OF SUGAR CANE AND ;!.

; rotifir the sentence, but will commute eighteen hundred and seventy-two and darling son, so you too got a partinj special Dress Goods'bargain: *Dress'ia.'Weadungs.Linens Turret'Sheetings, Quilts. Browns: ". FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. EnULIiIRD: Ann.rat. .87 .) ,Swiss nmslin aad white goods of aff kinds at Bucky's. $ (,

,'; it to a lower ;rMAle of pani&hmenU to suspend the operation of the fourth kick. S.iy. Ben, was it Balaam that Those in need of dry goods will find our prices ex. and is beautifuly located for BUILDING LOTS. For "THE OLDEST AND LARGEST "li-n

: of the 4th "his other half price aad terms,apply to JACKSONVILLESALES '"{ /! tt
The Key West Diffntch section of said act, is as follow: spoke evil of you thus sternly low now. B. H. WEIISTER. MUSIC STORE IN THE 1-HE .
o-aytf .
wyss That the time allowed in and by the Smith ?-explain, Ben, was Samson FURCHGOTT. '. at Wallace's MHI, Jut
by letter care IiW
A report is in circulation In till* city, first frelion of the act of Congress ,approved with, or without his lock*, when he A FBICMO M NKCO-Dr. U'utar1! Sakem tfTUa or Florida.

that Col. F. A. Dockray, was brought to June eighth eighteen liuuilrei slew with that jawbone ycelpe ) Ctrry a friend in fred \\Tiohas not found This b a borrowed lie. : -

Havana fur trial. This is nut correct; and seventy-two, entitled "An act to you it such in curing all diseases of the lungs and throat Every advertisement contains more or less IMS. M;, STAB LE S.
Latest style straw and silk bats at Bucky's. I attention.Th .
'Smith it the 'object IS U gain
Benjamine son was your ,
ilr. Ikn-kray will be imprisoned until provide for the redemption and sale of ; my coughs colds and pulmonary affections and last:not fir(Question analog in our minds at the appear HW-.

--t: liis death, wbk-h will MM>R take place. lands held by the United Slates under cup in the sack. or sack in the cup, that least" consumption? The tick arc auurcd_that the !' II uce oft stranger is.**.a At and when a lujfrom -C B. McCLENNY. Pionurro-u. ; ;.
SALE. of readers -
'-'. And then our short eighted authorities the several acts jevying ditect taxes, caused the little bill ? high standard of excellence on which the popu rity of FOR 14 My may name have is heard sIrru-1.-aj.of,or seen.the some name one befiira. ,When -0- ':1d

: nil) bluster Miort titaa a ain.of and for other purpo !."' be and the Do wonders ever cease? Would anyone ; this preparation is based,will always** be ii.iain.j br; BY'A.,J ROSS. I;you car.tfultowriteitGeoM.aetAcrHotW.write me,fat the convenience of the postmaster,be the Notice wed-knows is given HAKTK1DGC to the public "that STABIXS I have purchased epposiM- ?

"ii. -.-_- same U hereby extended for the term of the prop ciora._ ___ north side ol I froG New State UOIDC-ftoo and have ua hand a
a few brief moons back, expecteituch : In this city neighborhood first-class, ell came Hampshire: a MElj1OPOLlT.HTEJ. ; c'
Clapp Business. two years from the first day of June, NEW PIANOS. A-hley su"t, between Pine and Laura, within one ipects superior and la many mfcrior to any State la the .
'Cf eighteen hundred and seventy-four. diversions, such prophetic visions S George M. Smith has just received some fine pianos block of the St.James Hotel and rjo feet frow one of lJaioa.WIlY. 'VERY LARGE STOCK, OV s' ?.
: tLr..Jt11.f' c who bus been in town,two I CAMS. ,
1: stopping the best boarding-hou two-story .
iiec. 2. That the operation of the "milk in the cocoanut "bank inspections frum New York which arc now o*.exhibition at his

ij; at the St. J acius fur tLe jtatX four fourth section of said act be. and the ," from the busy brain of the legal music store.Bay street One will be old for 1350.of SISTER FRAME HOUSES lucrative For the business same reason and a.aa that most people for com Health*. Ik&a. HORSES MULESFOR SALEfttt

i wHOers,liaspui chased from J. IL CtoxU. saxae is hereby (suspended until the expiration which amount f to win be required in advance and the adapted to single, or double tenement use, without inducUag WHY I on A njMnaas..
F ch having six rooms below :
lite ilude and fekin busioe BO well ol said term of two j ears from neophyte1Oh remainder p-id ia monthly aIl of'5 each in change or two expense.kitchens in L attached to main house.and Because I have been wonderfully benefited by the Thou desiring to this purchase win find it to aad their aoractivVSnwock. advan- .
examin unusually large
aid flr&t day of Jwle. prophet; Balsam, Samson or advaace. Another Is offered lor$315. fifty dollars in four above: six closets below and four above with genial Canute of Florida; this being thejf/v/winter for age to ,
ail ,.
.adapted to uses .- ,< |
well established the hitter main home. Each house that I have bled less from .-j
Ijy gcntloeian, cash down and$35 aaata advaace. Also other fire-place in each room twtkHjt+rt MX more or my ; .
: Mohamet ,'hich'f'r thou art and for pet 1 am also receiving ,
S a- having two front and two back enlranrrs. and driveway lungs. From this experience I am inclined make this _: ..
?t.Colcjrdwi1I still continue to j ay' know in the of trausmigratJoo pianos at great bargains far cash.6..t.ft2t on each side.with piaxa across the entire boat my winter ftome.and hope to have a plea aiu hminns T '
the higboit cash fur JbidcB. The: In JThe ought we progress extending round the corners twenty feet to the front to occupy my time aad mind. And because my experience A COMPLETE OUTFIT ., jirioes of souls, mayeet be pan of HOME-MAPE SOAP., doors,lobo round the entire L.with walk tame height thus far has proved 10 my satisfaction that U will
: genialounu.te! has jtuproved the ieakhoric.JColctird rode on the St.d'alIMpit The J..cs&wu.. Bueting. receiving abundant piaxca.running thirty feet back. to the double woodhoieizaott. pay. When caste Ie Jacksonville I tried to cuabiitlin [ BUGGIES PHToNs: 'AND .1"
nl Itb.ree. rdj upon it, no mountain will agent for the Shepard .. In this I foiled I i.
J .SII that now he is able to goes bcartly on. tcstiaonialsotbe. quality of the soap'of: his manufac restolved to see what I could do. la less than three OTHER CARRIAGES f9tf
bunb -Cot. B. F. Wardlaw the father of ever come to thee! Thy earnl of political ture. We append specimens. A WELL OF "GOOD WATER, months I have taken orders far ever twcat-,"of these q 1.101 _
resume and wU.t.e the bullock .
.1 and within five feet of L.brick curb,and sink elegant j nnbesides acveal'anee and other .
hat pumps the latest f1
life has run its course. Thy cup June t. 1874.Sir. iljlcs "r; .J'; 'tt *
; liy the horns and dismantle .them the Florida Granges, baa bean visitingJacksonville. -..--.with cemented draia fifty feet to cess pool. uusicalmccbandise.a good frofffft odoing still .
l long,t Hii-e)\ "'u. Eflerre ance has .A EoBjtMs; I aa*barber and use your soap in These bouses .re within forty feet ci.each other.ill better u the .ti.
x>f their robes in order to add comfort to my shop fur shaving. It has the.advantage Othersoaps complete order throughout, having been recently future.WHAT I rtOFCSS TO DO. LIVERY, .;..t

the human race. Mr. C. ia widely .Gen. W. M. Ledwilb has gone toFernandjna ceased ; thou art neutralized. Lay asiu in making an abundance.r lather, that1 does oocCtllaway. painted half lot-and the eastern repaird.occupying The wester the west one half occupies of a M M u7 sita Mu_ .kttp* goal'ftart.uu tvmtaify WhichwObefimushed 'g* tAT .

I known to Lathe4-to cool .his fevered thy pen. Doff thy militia uniform. Th, I advise alt to we "Buesiag's Soap" to be lot.upub hich ia a lawn,with orangeyprach and fig weU*mJ m+Ju ill!C*.AMMraJ/r.. ] ,
as a straightforward business 1 and everybody who will lavor me with
of satHfiHtinm If doubt let him tear and vines all under thriity growth Also welcome any '
mess of potash received for thy birthright sure any cosse y trees gripe
attention called to the fat that
calL or NOTICE
and Special SHORTEST
Market THE
'i nan and,a dealer who has traded brow. and wiD I oo north side Fonyth sores between .
I the tiuth of what
., square I i. consumed.-and like another shop prove say. Liberty two-story-and-a-hatf bouse thirteen rooms looms are always open and firs to Singing Dubs ani 2ASD .j f. r.
; from Her )bjt ty'a Dominion to the Gulf -W. E. Stockwell Manager of the J lrX HODCE built fat 1870 by the present owner aid occupied by him Societies Lit rebearials and the impiovcmcnt Cal OJJ TilE. '
of lie prodieal come back to thy father's house, May. t874.Mr. residence having sixty feet frontage on nueat. AU lovers of music arc cordially invited to mak : 'm f
Mexico as a private
i goe North next week Florida Home, is confined to his bed by and half feet on Adams; themselves at home with me I shall make every protUion -
but will return early in Autumn. During the fatted calf is bou lt And paid for. BvEsnc: You wish to know how I Uce thg Fonyth street aad filly two hundred a and ten feet; with for those wuhuig to take lesions on the Piano MOST REASONABLE TERMS -a
i rheumatism.For distance between s reta two
his absence the business will be conducted Come! Wilt thou come! ** soap I bought of you. I consider U the best I have large; cistern bath-room pantries donels and wateron Organ.Guiur Violin. c..having secured several gf -0.-- \ ::u1
J I therefore
la State. toUwbodcsiretutakclessot
bat teachers the
: by Mr. Arthur Gillender.t ibo novel style advertising!, Mr. P. S.-But if thou will'et not come.use ever used. ,It is quick ia cleansing,I,di-sgreeable_ the three above ftwcs mentioned; tadudiag property a email being lot taraiuoe.situated on high AU .the I c.re.cane IT you are poor say come: ilL G.M.BRITr AIN b my autborixed Agent and i t
old Und facile in to the skin,and ia aB respects Is the best washing sosp if are rich come; if yon are beginners come and i if be found die Stabta rea4J .
I corner of Bay and -Ooean J. L. BUD ii will please take his place at thy pen sketching someao ground,considered as you Ala,>ad tniI always at j
juid lara rqiiainird with .SYLVIA HICKS.Hsy you tie advanced players come and I can satisfy you as to atteud to all business appcnauiiDg to the establiSB- :
the the
&reet. doings misdoings lot Ring HEALTHY AS ANY PART OF THE CITY.
j __ the head of the class .. ..11'. to terms and character.of iasuuafoa."AT 1I1CIIL c. M. McCLENNYXJor .1
cf air aQ times.Will
and circulation
having good free at
I pwrc *'to itDP. SqUllfltr 16.8p
.fT l't
-The'charact decides Mr.A.Th.'cnnGThe soap I bought oyau has be sold tor CASH at a low figure as the owner is
General d the very _
William M. Smith'ID r man ia clean
A good. .fash stock goods, a neat, '
satisfaction h is the best I have of partiaa1ars apply to the ;
given me : ever desirous settling lip.or a'! ti
his new role as a reporter: the appropriateness of having minatnre My Two Papers. I used.My doilies whitened from the use of the Soap owner. A. J. JtOSS, itore.as elegant agd attractive as the best in the Stai*. neckties and bowseaO'at Bucky's.SAMUEL ,Ibia
Jacksonville.Fla.,July z.187i lIT JBT jrwic -
The Sentinel- Tallahassee is the
: ** angels suspended over his bed. as if.bleached. '.earnestly commend the soap to houses of list of the latest as weD as the
Near Roy Moody's store I took Also by same p.lor ale or rat;twO small Is made trp a large ;;\i
my of Gov. Stearns and be is tlU B. HUBBARD
organ p- alL NAXcrSnArto* apiI Call &II write for a catalogue of
t&nd ,. of Jour eac .cu net Laura Church tueeo. Choicest publications .
tu d a .t1IIUQ..tJ.&t.. imposing '-See the By-Laws oc'the.: FloridA rooms .' 't"jP \
poed to have a pecuninry'interest in it. Stay*774- and near the James Hotel. t.1aIDC. .

ibuilding. To me bow imposing! it Savings Bank and Heal Estate Exchange, The ostensible owner Walton, is State Mr A.BrvsMG: I am much pleased with your soap AD-tb aboye named property is very desirable Lit MY IIVSIC MICa. .: 4L
rose alter till it Northern visitors. J-41wsm kind of an instruction book. You ,
up story almost You
can any
story get .
: .reached.tbe on our fourth page. It means business. printer, appointed by Governor, and I have been staking my living by washing for the Us wlIIlIe pleased to look over my collection: alt new and 'l fti.
hky as if in beer twanton- the Sentinel IS the official} paper appointed fifteen years and muSe say that I have never used bcj. htslaooldfrai4. V' *,1100.
ness it would allure the very angels Another. straw. The Cape May : by McLin, .Secretary State. sot soap than that bought of,your Jmamuacrare Liven and duck suits Buck!seDsCENTRAL ;_ : -. .irtncrcua., I Importer and Dealer >

down from, heaven to deposit in the Daily WavE says the 'daily question is;. Its editor 'al Freedmiiu'* B&nlc. S white as if they bad been Ucaclvd. i should/call.: / SALOON Paintings Crotnos, and Engravings aad sell at low i hARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL., Ii
Are you going Florida next Winter J" etc. The Union, at Jacksonville, is t. ? prices. It will be worth your whu* to call and took I .
Times without number have I stood bleaching soap. I recommend It to all as Okcly to give thai, I forth .
owned by Gov. Steams .Walton of the tbeIc -over Uo.aoe'kxg't agent TABu and : .
West of TOOLS.
before that bank and watched the freed3ien -Let J.I n.Stowc.who found the loop eneral ia&i&factlon.Mare Honnrs BAY STREET. Doors Chvidi.i 'L7a. C1n.n.. at Wwl. 4s'- JJ1III
in aod 1 o bane Lord Byron's guilt on, Sentinel and Mawbey. Mawbey is superintendent .' ,F-a- UU't tmmfAfi.ftymntk/W/tf.and several 0&Jacr i CUTLERY. -
go deposit heir money and Now try her hand and vindicate of schools, .appointed by NEW''ADVERTISEMENTS..' J.'H.'BIANCE.The leading papers,all of whfch give Magni cent Premium: b'
come out with passbook, and weui be- The Line of Lady TUton. Gov. Steahid. The Union is the official Pzoprictoc. Yon can obtain thtse with aw trouble by calling v vs me ; 'N i1s. Glnc.LEATHER l'uny. Glass, :
-Ciwi..iUJ c-i.aL .
*the1h&dhoLbeanareodmau. ," ud tenvuig the subscription price.
paper of this Judicial Circuit, appointedby choicest % I take pleaiur ia advettwiac to the good people of BEL11KC.RUBBER PACKING.STOVES.TINWARLCROCKIZT.PUUPS.. 1oA't
"My eye rested upon nf golden sign -A hand-bill on the street, among McLin. The Union also prints the FRUIT AND' VEGETABLES" : WINES.ALES' this dry aad vicinity my manv good bargains i.Pb sum
upon the front of the third Organs and other musical iastnanets filii 011y list aIn
story. other ankles offered for sale at auction, United States laws etc.. Ain't this A H. E. WILCOX S ALES.LACER. ot Pmnoa comes the Steinway.which is koa-wett know
was a fac-simile of n IIottcatot hut nice A Governor off of the world seed further com f and Iron pljpe. "
party.. a so
mentions a.8eCODd-baadWench !I. Wonder family Bottled as the leading piano
Sam Fairbanks Will keep the BEST-if ihelr kind daring the leases 0.&
r A .
said it "aI'a place t sweet tmIC die Guild Church Co ; .Is.-
where. spiders lived, and that the Ireed- if she can wash or,iron. State, a'Secretafy of Schools ol owning State,, editing a Sapeno.tendent and Stand PtACHtS: the middle and GRAPES stall.t the fat Snitch particular.-end of the Call Market at his i' 'and GINGER ALE. DUBLIN' STOUT eanaot Dana ft be Cos-beaten Koabe.::: Woodward Sinless,t Arlington,,-.Waters HaUetS :!SASH.BUNDS.MOVLDlNCS.SVG.tRMilb

men wrre the flies who "walked into .or at his place next door|o Magqutia House on Pine and Cigar of the tea quality always ..
The Board of Public Instruction helda distributing official patronage to their will be with the best quality Fancy Cordials stand well and have many friends. I cast nmbh you .Evaporators, &e. ."1 it.
the parlor." 1 did not understand him. street. supplied on hand. w' of th se,and also the Southern Gem and xcetslor >
a a a a meeting on yesterday afternoon and own papers. Imagine! President Grant, of Fruit aDd YcgkIa,. >!*, The finest JVUIXED DRINKS-Gt in tow*. : any and other cheaper grades/ Gu.FrIJiiIr. 1fi"i 7oh iwg, allJ: 7Tisar.iia "r. t
Secretary Fish and other heads of departments While I can speak to highly /the Shepaid Organ
"Thiit received nhe of the ex-Superin .'w.wwmarr, 7-4swm f gqsfl! #i. .' ,
measured manner in which be report c.L.* "JISO.. | having ia rvrrjr case mart than satisfied' say CHStosnen :
said ihls4: tendent. owning, editing newspapers Au'J ac uw aDd U.S.c1'0tU7 Public. ', that ir with it.I shall keep ia stuck and caa aimiih "
together with the august turroundingt and absorbing the pnblimprinting. Thisis L. ROBINSON & CO, s .1 ., Trunks> and. valises,at Bucky's.. the celebrated Mason ft Hamlia, Princ*. "ate's 'Bocky scIU the best white vests. :n ,

deprived me of .wnat sense"nd I -U. S. Senator S. B. Conover from the true Republicanism as practiced C. .1. S. '" I Woods,sad other Cabinet Unas*,aad,th* Csvzsv '. -, iHr
cuurage I bad left. I went out and RtAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS iRSTi.AsS')' RNiSH ED HOUSE Pipe OIlGAJl a new and beautiful comhinati of pipe ,
lat on the I Florida who ,has been spending'a short in Fiorida.- Sac. corner street post and whiEallj *- Agency The M.pt-nj"* LU latnnnrft Company ofO parlor and schooUooau REGULAR '
: tied round the flag, bo a." time atjLonc: Branch, bas returned to J New foR. I S I* lAotsoimtxK My stock of small instruments win comprise- very- :; "issJa
I ': RECORD.Observatknk. Aucts JX9,46a 3;: UiidiTidsd iuPb$ ,666,6a4.t5. thing la that Ka*. :1 shall take old pianos sad organs SILVER r.s'I"5
the Nicholas Hotel STEAMER SPRI
St. New Y He
Qrk. tosuhormytrtfat
''' SALE 1 B exchange far sew ones at prices satisfactory c
WILLIAM UkJ7A: Wp..ind9P.M. FOR to 1;., foh.f
watching for the ".rn..llba always nave stab
is expected here ins few d y.. dairy by the I&DaI1s.Army.l this city. ] my .
[ instruments to itS at less than cost at i cannot get mare. .' 1
(4 & geUu....i Weeping because S .w II' II' s! F. COLCORD, Th undersigned Intending to remove to his plaa.do. .I. to let or give way as I ptease. ,I favor those w bo bnag r : "-'
-The steamer Silver Springs was rr. -" !. A Adams Street,near die.St.J..ud .8 ,f
W'I'II *. .,wiUsc11lur.reaide- alone the tm Mcks with their order ban- 1
he is toot a freedman. (The yesterday upon the ways having her JuIy 1'* S ? I fsl7" Sucri' 'IOJ. H..or-n. ; .. /? G4Nat1. :' SANFORD Sit. cured the sssisrsarr of the ablest jeacher. on* of the win beb her regular trvweckly trips to jtayport and
-- 4 -' a. Lasts performers sods a aa lurviag had lazy,apcriace Pilot Town touching at aH Is'.rmethanpssaes.Thor' -
tearful expression is bottom scraped and cleared of barnacles. I I \r \ Corner Bay and Occaa streets. Apply to J.C.Gamrr.chsivi11.M.aich i. the music twslnjcs,ia the;purees of Paos E. dar June nth. 1(74. leaving -roa vharf.every M| :
apparent 6. aS7.4. twuzfI I_. ..who will have the immrdiate charge of ary 'hadaJ.1lWnda.S.turdaJaPd allOLIi. .
V but the tears have been She will leavfi for May port at' '&0' this I j '! I I I i ': t J. Highest,cash r price. *!,.paid .for" Hides 4',.Skins> u.w Fors>y.J _57.-_ 5-rs..< now during the_. 'Any orders addressed Bed.M him reroraigg early die sins m s ac.dust antardag vw'''
will be careniDT ,
WMC- aadpromptly clli.-a---I- =
E Gentle Oar > or to myself
morning and Sunday morning. Tues.i)9 30 S9 79" ooo aad bustles at Bucky's.WOOD I shall I canto whJwut theit twsinC.WiB .j
I ti NE Fresh OM dear : : Boa ton hoops la bet.aad fa everytairf of sarUothing scgkcVaf
mopped up.) -See legal card of A. O. Wright, Wed.16.y >>o.i'xsj, So 07 61 Nt Fresh o-oo Far WRIGHT, ; : gala your good will and your patronage,sad a. tM also la.v every :;;. f.h
** Adl other hand,to reader to you as good as MAtr for 4W-
Possible cause of his .9 301! y$6NEGeade..ooicStSpa. Fhotagraphic RootM ar *" SUNDAY At I A. M '..si1
ft BlOtLTS ;
himself _
Bro'therWright"has located Gentle
$1 : .Ocv AT LAW.
FAq; y '.tS J 4N ATTORNEY '- -' *'* '- Do \ Sheer Music and .
want of undemand I p. FddsnbcziIs- not mil to SMmf Cktalogae : '
: Tho..; a yj09 Ii 55 HE FMah >. Clcar .f.i 1- "*' itt
S in Mr. Anno's office Reed's block, .0S, 4" *. SE GenU .. t Jar Millie Books. RoathenIngat.iale' ;
Mot ,
> n .
9 a-r' .
a aecret of x. S1OTB. Var tat..p apply on hesed2' t<*
,. ;
dear ,
tt 'iocs.- ',, S ; ,u i.a take ta Florida can wit 5'-
his being musically IBa11tret't. where' ',..be, will. continue the Fri. i> a f, o.o' M 55 .1. K TVbO.OG dear I Win practice 1 la the different eom%of..Staw''C* THE finest bad at Pictures WOOD ever& BI c.E"S Gallery.cy .,.; t .ppciIfM C'ladL'wu.f',.._'Jacbo_ ..4 ... .J1a.'.,; ,. I. ._'.,.., .., .'" -.l.:... c-"c- "

inclined. law.. ,"?. ,.; -. ? '. ./'**. %f-. :', Baromeur cup -.. iii.. .' ct.to. .." ta'1 I II .:' :', i.'. t;. J'td ..t.5 ? '. -Pt- .La.: .. :" ".t.r',f j : lt 1''g':r I





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THE "i&t'S tWiIilMV: \ i ';'rACKSONVILtE; SATURDAY: jtili8..' i8f4'r; : -

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Can SOk iW tul'Uvaledla'FIoridar'r' I bdt LOne JlISCELLA EOUs.M 1 X / i I MISCELLANEOUS 1 .. MISCELLAJfEOts, .
one day. butterfly will pro. I i -; !'. : f: h '. ': -, : ," U 'T LI I
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A NonfieVri friend sends the foV-' duceabout, and there . ., .. ... .. s.
us; 500 eggs, are ; ..t.1 I IJJ'I.: ".'! ,: :, ,, ;. .. ,'.t J i. ..1'.i .. h.1 '
} atqkit in DOBBINS :. : .: i : ,. ,..'? .r : / '" 1 I.
lowing ; so, oo an ounce. ,.* v ; -
from the .
slip 'Philadelphia '
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AN. I F.L'ORJ'LD'tA" .S'A: :"' IN\GiS'.u.B A(!N IK"
-. ttlltti*,'with' the inquiry' "will the THESE EGGS WIIL'KEEP .-tv K r.-.J.: "i.J *<1 ..'..., -.' .',,:J"l: LftHOLLANLVijrrj'j: : ". '. ::- ; n ,j 01." ";- '''. /1" -r ,I : I' .. ,;L ;. .....1,1 I >'t: .

JEditorpr/th| Nrw Souia sa 'i+h'eth- several 1 years, and if they are knowntdJie GUNSMITH., LOCKSMITH '< ."til':: .- J ,a:: ,' '.. ...: : .-,. .. j fAND; ETkTE: ;EXCHANGE.;I, ,! j .:. .

: ] good can be readily sold for AND GENERAL'joif&ER 1 ., /.JWATCHMAIERAND;=,& :- 6cb 'J$ ."
'er anything can be donVwith Silk in \ > ; ,., : lncorporato&luly! 1..1 -
'5 per ounce ; but if they are not well ,t' pJEWELER, 'J
'Florida? Corner Bay and Mcgee Streets. .
known, cannot generally be sold atmy Comer Pine and Bay SM..V; JACZSOIIvILtJLA.July isi. 1874. /
is.hereby gtvm of the incorporation of ttt FLorida Saviufi Ba.k a.11 j,. JSttaJt BxtJungt, -
civicn: !me '
Hiring: the The FLORIDA.-
attention to :
? price. average trees JACKSONVILLE. ,. .1 ,:. .. __: JACKS9N.VILtEi FLORIDA., NOTICE,the provisions, of the.law*of. the Sute. of ThtidaittbeprindpaI.place. of business ia the city:! .of .
'matter 'arid 'watched 'closely the exIperitrterits f Teed for an ounce of eggs. : -:0- ., .lL J ackouvifle. '" t i U ; I .u. aDItU AT savanna,. p.lCJI.l f fI
The ; i "";" :0- The general nature of the business shall be that of a Bank lot Savings and bans, and the purchase and.sale
already 'made we have be superintendent Mr. Paul's silk SEWING MAC1HNESLIENEI5' AND of Real Estate; )Mortgage Bonds;Stocks.Gold and Silver;Treasury Warrants. &c: "

business is Signor Paolo Co sonno, REPAIRED., ,: '.' I r. :'New'jewelryCocks'Vyatch-' ) ; T he capital,stock which: may be I increased at any:'meeting.of shareholders called for that purpose) shall .be ,I ,.H. ROBINSON.
satisfied that $ of which 10 cent shall be paid in commencing: business, and the balance installments -
: in
coniC no;:countrycan tofoo pet upon .. as ;WHOLESALE ft:
whose in Mlan before ' IITAI'DRUGGIST
the Plited and '
family ,
\ t.. I feSjDlarnpndsi; the business of the'Corporation may require. <
exceed Florida in the apparent capacity Garabaldian troubles constituted the and Silver This corporation,will go Into operation July 6th, 1874,and continue twenty,earll.
ORDER. FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY. .. .. Solid Gold '1 he highest amount of liability to which this corporation'can: subftct itself shall be'$zoooo. ,

for successful seri-culture. The first silk house in Italy. He says the A1TENDED ', Ware, ,etc. The officers of"this.,corporation_ -" shall'serve,without- salary. '; until otherwise S.-provided by a vote of the- .stockholders Hoeg Block Cay St..
Blip referred to; gires an. exceedingpractical.description climate and soil in this locality is -- .' ..' The design of the:Florida,Savings,Bank is to afford to thoM who n're desirous( saving their money the JACKSONVILLE, ,FLORIDA.

much better adapted to seri-culture SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ;: <,I J : :- .:.. '.; means of sa ely'employing It at a good fate of interest: ,to 65 vested,under the direction of well-known citizens, -
of the California AT HUM E. ia home securitief of weilkatJW11Iue., instead or running the risk of It i. J :OMPOtlJfDUIG
AND PRE- : losing by entrusting t* msaumon A SP1ICJo\Ln.f I
4t than! that of France or Italy ; that our ::-'II/a Mi'loct:"! n '':> ': ." .DIAMONDS.'! CIOUS. STONES PEARLS SETINFlNE.GOLD.i, -& foreign corporations to be sent to far off cities for Investment. :
methods and practices, and will be of (eaves contain more and resin I. Onlcus.'-The officer of this corporation shall consist ole President,a Vice President and Treasurer,'a lid
sugar a Board of three or more Directors, to be, chosen anuually,commencing November i, 1875,and to hold office
ierviccJto those of'biir' people who t.w ,primary elements, than those of THE, CENT ?AL. SALESROOMS .< 'St ,ilf."r until their successors art duly chosen : l r '. r .'. EARN, E Y. 5 'I -

'1 have been experimenting 'ttith silk. any pther country. It is necessary ,L .:' 1 : s., S McrriNCS.1-.Regular.meetings ii8j5---------the corporation; for the election officers*and.other business,shall be heldannua1IycommencingNovtmber K

and for every farmer to set out a few trees, AN AUCTION AND GENERAli'COMMISSIbN Initial Letters- Monograms, and BANK HOOKS.-The regular hours for transaction: business shall be from 9 o'clock a. m.to 3 o'clock: p. m.. FLUID EXTRACTBUCH .
worms, we are glad to publish it. Fancy Engraving don't',in daily except Sundays and holidays,and on Sa unlays until 7 o'clock p. m. .
We shall make this of and either raise his own cocoons or .HOUSE. .: 'aii'artutif man"er.i. DxrosiTS.-tDepuain will be entered In the books of the corporation and also in a book t a matter I. G' :This book *iff be evidence of his her ,thia took be
or ProperWhen withdrawn
.sell tne leaves toothers. positor. moneys are must
By poi .
: steady and constant attention in the g.t &1ftnet. near Laura, i.. d...-,, brought to the Bank to have the payment entered. Depositors may take out the'money themselves; or. In case U. !
NEW I little every year, tlie'country .would; ): \ JA KS >NYILLE. FLA.: absence: or sickness it will be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Depos. ::
SOUTH : Its will be repaid at any time when called for,when there is a sufficient amount in the uninvested otherwise. .
in a short timer' work intoan .industry\ PUBLIC SALE every SATURDAY. 6.'7-swtf Standard time by Chronometer .'at the earliest practicable period. in the order in which they may be called for. The only known remedy for _

SILK CULTURE IN CALIFORNIA. that would give profitable employmentto ) ,, rated by transitobservations. IitTDBST.-Interest: : at the rate of seven and threetendper cent(or two cents per day on $ioo)will be paid
The f '" S annually, upon! all deposits which shall have remained. three. months or more In the Bank,to be added annually .
I San Jose (Cal.) Mercury gives thousands of .men, women and 'N1 1bRRISA. DZIALYNSKI: 1 to the principal of the DeposUnr: 'u. .,. S. BRIGHT'S DISEASE .

the following description of sericulture !- children, and add. j immensely; to our .- ACCOAVTS UMCAU.ED.'oa.-Any.account to which nothing shall be'"added' and'whTch" shall" have- 'remained ;.".
uncalled for for seven years.shall cease to bear Interest. ,
as carried on in Santa Clara general wealth. He estimates thatan AUCTIONEER I ACCOUNTS PAYABLE TO H HRS.-If perSons dle.whoi 4wn money. in this Savings Bank,the money will be And a positive remedy for *i.t "

of that State ; William Pa l'6 learn _. AGENT roE THK CKLKBKATBD DOPEY.AND paid to their legal representatives. ,
county, : average boy can thoroughly "
.. CODRVOISIEX WATCH. BANK Booxs.--.Although the officers will endeavor'by all possible-means,to prevent frauds,yet all pay-
ranche, of 260 acres, located on the all the details of silk-growing in two AND. menu to persons producing: the hank. ooks shall bo valid payments to'discharge the Corporation./ !! GOUT GRAVEL
CHILDREN'S ENDOWMENTS,-Parents-or of children for the STRICTURES
guardians minor may deposit money a trustees
northwestern border of the Jown. It seasons. If one member of each COMMISSION: MERCHANT, benefit of such"'minors.. -until- --they, become. of age,Interest.open. 'which may be withdrawn annually added to* DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA
contains 7,000 mulberry trees family shouldtake the trouble to do the. principal: -
SPEcIAL ENDOWMa,1' PLAII-Depoa in the Florida Savings'&nk monntlng to '70dvring each: year br a
fruit trees of different varieties, 2,000 this, ,he could'take charge of a few ...-All kinds of merchandise received on consicntnent COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERSM term often years will secure the depositor a cash: payment ofroou at the end of the terlll, or proportionately DROPSY ,,
grapevines about in and 'trees on' his home and avid at auction of private sale. : 011 smaller or larger annual deposits. In case oflnabitify 10 complete: the ten'annual paytlZ1lts, the<< depositor ,
50 acres grain, worms .place can withdraw the amounts already paid in.upon g ving three months notice, together with the accrued interest -
and the remainder in hay and pasture. and teach other members of the (ami .' .'.. 1 E T A L Ii 1 CBURIAL thereon This plan unlike ordinary life!insurance,secure the depositor against forfeiture'of previous payments NON-RETENTION. OR INCONTINENCE Of
For Every.description of goods entrusted to me for sale and offers a safe and easy method providing: a handsome endowment for tl e future<>f parents children,friend, URINE. IRR ITATION. INFLAMATION. S
several years Mr. Paul has madea ly, until inia. very short time the will be dUposcd.. s.t CASES, or the t'epositor individually.Special deposits! not to be withdrawn for ten years,will'entitle the depositor to OR ULCERATION ,OF THE

specialty of silk growing, for which whole household would be skilful seri- a certificate: : for JottAU tkt amount cf tnek dtpeiit,payable (n lev years, in favor of any person designated.
BEST- FIGURE POSSIBLEto AND LO"KS.-All moneys received on deposit shall be invested in first mortgages on real and personal property in
business this soil and climate is culturists. This is the it is donein this State of '. : -, '
specially way WOOD: COFFINS at least double the value;or in other ample collateral: sertirnies.- BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
REAL ESTATE.-This corporation: will act as trustees sor. the purchase and sale of realLcscate: or the renting ,
adapted. A short descriptionof Europe, and it !is the only way in the owner, and prompt and accurate: returns made. and management of estates! and property generally. U -

the process may: not be uninterest- which silk growing and silk manufacturing : PALMETTG BLOCK JAMES H. PAINE, SAM'L SPEARING, JONATHAN C. CREELEY: : ; 'SPERMATORRIICEA,

ing. We are to suppose that the mulberry !- can become an industry of the -S-7-sw3m Jacksonville.: Fla. President. Vice.President.; Treasurer .

trees are sufficiently grown to country. We understand that Mr Sea-side villa sites for sale on Fort George Island. The finest sea bathing cool sea breezes magnificent. Leucorrhcra: or White. D:__ of IM Fmcnn
SALE AND FEED STABLES drives over fifteen: miles,in extent t grand avenuca: palmetto cedar. oak. magnolia. myrtle:&c.. &C Gland Stone in tha Bbdder Colcalu,.Gravel, Brick
furnish food for the worms. Larco will set up in Mayfield, this LIVF.RY 'i.? !' Call and see the photographic views at the Honda Savings Bank and Real Estate Exchangeon Ocean: street.. dust Deposit and Mucu or Milky DischargeKEARNEY15 *,or" '

fall a machine for silk. iT- _____ :z State county and city scrip bought and sold at the FLORIDA SAVINGS B NK, .
THE FIRSTTHING IS TO HATCH THE EGGS. reeling 7-8-i8-tf: Ocean: ,ne Forsyth. street.

This is accomplished by placing OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES. ., : '

them in a case with a tin bottom, ar GENERAL DIRECTORY.STATE. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. S *

ranged with shelves like a book-case ; EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED.ALSO J. C. L'ENGLE,. DRUGGISTS

this rase is heated l by means of a spirit G01'I'mor-Y. L. 8T AK23. "', '. EXTRACT BUCHU
: .
lamp placed underneath, at first to 20 I f state-8 B. MetIS.Comr : : : : ,:,.,<;-t:: ; Permanently cures all Diseases oftM' '
degrees vlt'r-V. A. CO WU ILL. -- -= __z_ SLATE MANTELS. .
centigrade or degrees :
75 ,
Tr''I'II1It'r-O.' II. FOXU1Atiorury : -
Fahrenheit ; the temperature is increased G.n<'ral-Wil. A. COCKE. S BLADDER.. KIDNEYS AND DROPS
Ccn.m'rol Ltixi and Immigration. EAGAN. The best and most stylish livery teams in the city MANUFACTURED TO ORDER
each day by placing a sheet of fcu 'ei intend m ol I'ublic ".%ti-uni m-J. C. O1BB3. ran br found at the Stable of the undersigned, near the CAL SWELLINGS,
under Nate1.ni'n"u-: ALbERO.1L.:: :: Florida Home cornr at Cedar and Forsyth Streets. AND FOR SALE BY :"
paper lamp, thus gradually Horses boarded and well cared for on reasonableterms. 'CALVIN OAK Existing in men,women and children,
it ,
elevating until the thermometer
M. RAND ILL.AfSLciatu Strong teams for hauling purposes always on hand. forsyth Street between Laura and Hogans,
marks the required heat. If the eggs JuntJWB-J. I). WES:: re OTT, W. H. AVERY. tw6-s: Jacksonville.Florida. NO MATTER WHAT THE"'AGE!

are good they will hatch in from ten Clerk-LYMAN B.K.FOSTKIt.ciucuir B. VAN. VAI.KEXBERG. Jacksonville, Fla.. May 3?, 1874. tf ,

to twelve days. When they begin to couar. ----- --. ------ ---- :M E. TAL LIeBURIAL Prof.. Steel says: One bottle of Keara2y' Fluid
Extract Buchu i ia worth more than all other Buchu.
hrtch! they will nearly all come out in lit Judicial Circuit-W. W.VAN NEH8 Pensacola.J4 lIE ,HEAVENS.AND TIlE EARTH combined." '
I'. W. WlliTE. QI1'n.y.; CASES
one day ; a few, however, will not 3d". Win LllYKJX"' Live Oak. Price On Dollar per Bottle or Six Bottles for FIT*
thatch until the second day. If the 'lh" R. U.AUCUIUALD, Jaclwon- WOOD COFFINS Dvlian.
Yi5th .
eggs have been exposed to variable Judicial Clrcult-J. II. GOS*. Ocala. TRIBUNE EXTRA NO. 9, ,
htb" J T. .M A 0 BEE. Teropa.7th .
temperature during the winter aJonger (Now Read ) .
J. W. 1'EiCK:, Eat*n>rta>. ) '
':'t time will be required. Fcfore the CONTAINS SIX LECTURES ON ASTRONOMY. and A Phjsician in attendance to answer,conrespondenc: ,
give gratis '
eggs are placed in the case, however, DUVAL COUNTY. B'l. -....- .J '

they must be bathed. This is done County Judge-W. A. McLEAN. MR. RICHARD A. PROCTOR. JrSB! D STAMP FOR rAnruLzrPszL.caS. '
Clerk It Court-l by placing them in salt water, in the -J ISEPII II. UUl'KEK. I. THE SUM.II. .
State 8cliuit r-r A. WclKJ.VXELL.Gmtfityl : THE SUIT'S FAMILY OF PLAKEIS. CASKETS.t 1'"
proportion of half of salt t r r
pound to >j.iciior-CIIA8 1L SUilMEBS.TrtaMinrJ. III. COMETS AJCU MBTEOKS. ,
a gallon of water if the old W. 8 WAULAe IV. 'I HE MOON. MARBL .-FRONT BLOCK NEARLY ; TO THE
4 eggs are ; -, .r-J. C. OltKELKV.Collector V. WONDERS OF THE STAR Dcniis. .. OPPOSITE OLD STAND,
I if new, the proportion is reduced one PETiK: J'Of KS.8up. VI. BIRTH AJiD.aoWTu. OF.THE SOLA; SYSTEM. Street Fla. CIGARS ,
Bay ,
:; half. They remain in the bath about ..rinUi.drnt(.t nth'ol -C.F. M\WBEY.Auctioni The Extra also contains: lectures delivered bt the An- Jacksonville TOBACCO :. NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED
: m-J. L. Sunh. J.C.Hemming M. A. derson School on Penikese Island,but never before pub. E. WASGATE. ..
five hours, and then arc rinsed in fresh Dzia']-iul>l. lislied. -' .
olJtt'l'.blies-Jjbn O. Ilarofl, F. B. Knapp,T. Dy PROF. LOUIS AGASSIZ. ---- ------- OF BOTH SEXES. '
water seven .or eight times. 8. Kelln, O. P. Cooper, Chan. M. Bummers, w. O. ST. AUGUSTINE. .. PIPES. MB SNUFF '
YOUNG WORMS ARE OUT Cheney,Too*.11.Max:,-y.J. W. Swaim, Granger, II. THE ART OF TEACHING.III. ,: : : TATION.
they are placed' on the shelves in a Jo*. II.. .Itirkce, C. Cudnngton W. L.Cuan, J. W. THE BEST BOOKS TO T11DY. THE SCHOONER :j1
well-ventilated with the mmlFd.r.en-Ml1ra Pi ice E. Fortune, HISTORY CONTINENT.VI. U AT WHOLESALE BY ., :" :
apartment, County V. GLACIAL OP THE J DR. J. B. DTOTT graduate of Jcflenon Mcdica
uniform from If. II. llorg T. a Evlli. K. Jones.Jurtioca NOTABLE WOKUS ON VARIOUS Tones, J Magnolia College Philadelphia aumhorofseveral valuable works
kept :8
temperature at
of ihe lea Vf. W. W. A.Summer1i
I to 20 degrees. Reaumur and feed 0. F. Towotend. Henry Sampwm C Tiaon. James The Proctor-Asitwlx, Extra takes the number and L. B. KNIGHT: : & .0 O'- can be consulted on all diseases of the Sexual a>Uri.
any t (which he has mode an especial study)
1>1. Wii.on. !&. P. Chut-pd, A. II. Philip W. L. place In THE TRIBUNE Extra Series of the Credit 'Fl.
1 Will make regular trips either or female no matter from what cause orIginating -
every three hours during the and Mobilier Extra. and will hereafter be substituted tor ..
daj, Coin, A Blueing, Win. Gordon, J. F. Rollins, J. betweenacksonville& of how A' of
or long jo
the for One Dollar, unte otherwise .
that In s stin.
Ubrary pre
at least once in every four hours during W.Purveyor' Menard. Ch a. F. Smith.Inipeciori ordered..Pricc, postpaid to any address the United .St. Augustine BAY 'STREET, between Laura and Hogan, years enable him t treat di Those I at distance Cures
Charges a
the night. In feeding young of Lumber-II. M. Moody,R.W.Cone Sutcs, 10 cents; twenty copies to one address f i.jo. Freights at low rates. grnleec letter describing rs.ble.s mptoms and cnduting
S .For freight or J>UU&eapply far >
LFrc.Jr. $.The Series of 14 TRIBUNE Extras,now publUhed
worms the mulberry leaves must be Conotabl'G. II. Mays, 8. Wi'con J. Smith,J. by mail to any address in the United States for One to WILLSON. WHITLOCK.. Jacksonville, Flotida.4w3m pay pottage

... cut up almost as fine as hair ; as they J. Forbes Jame Laue,J II. Drown. Dollar Circular giving details of THE TRIBUNE Extras Jacksonville; Fla, fi Send for the GulcU I.HtaltkPrice. ioc. ,
free. Address THE TRIBUNE.New-York. S .
get older and stronger the leaves are ..Now is the time to subscribe for THE WBRKLYTRIVIINB. Or to JAMES COSS. .
fed with little or no cutting. The JONES. .. Single copies one year. (a; Thirty Copies: j-6tf St. Augustie, Fla. ..B..J DYOTT, M. D., .. ..

leaves are picked at least twelve hours AMenncn-B.-PETER A.T1IEBAUT, E. W.DENNY. A. J.. to of the one club.addreu.Specimen$i each copies:and extra free.copy to the: ietttr.up EPOT LUMBER YARD. T THE Physician'aitd Surgeon, 104 Duane. Si,N.Y.-,
before feeding. Every day or two a : Address IHE TRIBUNE. New-York D PUBLIC are Informed that I have just added to my stocVa great variety of CLOTHING of
WH K. U I FLEMING, JACOB HUFF A. J. the best manu&cture. together with a new supply of FASHIONABLE: JIRV"GOODS. Latest '
quantity of refuse leaves accumulateon I I liENTLEY:: E FORTUNE., B. R. HCBBAED.Marcbul CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS style Broadway SILK hATs; &c. The entire line. of goods were purchased. panic prices, ', 4l ?,
the shelves and must be removed. Clerk-W. II CHtlIS'ry.Tre"BurnCllA I NEW consequently' the PROSPECTUS THE .

This is done $. FKIDKNBKEO.AMfor WILL FIND A R : :J' PLACE ,
by laying ,

'sheets of thick paper perforated with LIP WALTER. Dr.C. E. Drown- equard. ,where you can get the best goods cheapest is at the store of the undersigned i

holes Clerk&: ..f Market-WM.ABVIN. DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER, .. :,., : : '. ;
large enough for them 4o pass Jr. .. .. '' 1"0 ] CORDON
i. _'
through. On the top of the paper Dr. Wm. A. Hammond. PINE.SHINGLES. meet the wants of this, eoinmnnny, I have made it an object to ; -
MASONIO.Polomon U j' '
leaves are spread, and the worms coming THE POET-LONGFELLOW. CHEAP FOR CASH AT -'U. .I BUY.: and Ann Sired
LoJee :No. 29-M. Bowra, W. M.; Ch... U Broadway
up through the holes to get the Eliot., bee.; H. Koo|"man,Trewi. Ri gular meeting James T. Fields. THE DEPOT LUMBER YARD. only from those manufacturers whose goods hate world-wide celebrity. My assortment orNO' The WEEKLY HERALD. published every Sat-
feed, can be lifted to one side and the lit and 24 Wedne-dny ofexeh month.Duvtl i Annual
Lodge No It-K Wafgm-o. W. M.; B. ItVTebnter. U. S. SURVEY-OF THE WEST. Lumber delivered in all parts of the city and vicinity CLOTHING ". urday. at five cents per copy subscriptionprice
shelf: cleaned out. The process also 8ec.; D. ones, Tyli-r. Regular meeting (With Map) Under Lieut. G. M, Wheeler and at all landings on the riwr' at low rates All orders :-
serves to the from the lat and 34 Monittycof mch month. receive prompt attention. in this.city,and I Intend to sell at,such rates. that my store One Copy, - -2
separate healthy Jacksonville Chapter No. 12.R A.M-J.S.DHg THE HORSE IN AMERICA. ,.. LOUIS J. BRUSH IS' Thee COpies -- J
unhealthy worms ; if a worm is not in !t. E. H.P.; )t;Bowes See ; D Jone,Onard. K gular Jtukion-villt /March 6. J874.C ---.8
Ull'I'linotl1..st rrid>iy of-ach month.Oamanvfii (liluslratdd.) Discoveries by Prof. O. C. Marsh to be the centre of trade. Visitors. in want of. TRUNKS will find a new and excellent supplyK Ten Copies . 13
.. good condition it will not have energy, o.1I101and. ) o. 2-J. H. Dripga, E. A RD. AT ,II .'
S three months.
five <
enough to go through the holes, and C.; It. C. DawkirmHeeorder.' Regular meoliogi lit SAFETY AT SEA. THE GREAT SOUTHERN BAZAR. of every size and price. Rember. that, at the store. Any Postage larger number cents per,addressed copy: r to names of subscribers
and 3d Tuenda!.of each month. (Illustrated) Iron steamers that will not sink
can by this means be detected and re- On and after the first of November known 'i 50 each.:
STATE OFFICERS. These interesting Lectures and Letters with a care- An extra copy will V sent to club of ten.
jected. After the worms have been Grand Maater-A. J. Ruaoell JarkRonrlllo.Gr ul report of the important Papers read at the April!. SELECT ''pktv TIt BOARDcan BUCKY'SGREAT Twenty copies to OD adr.oD cry year, $z 5. and
fed ..nd IVpu'y lIu'r-D. (I. Wilson Tallaha ae.. meeting ol the National Academy of Sciences: at WashIngton any larger number at the pre.
eighteen or twenty days, r. Grand "Warden E. P. Jordan, Fernandma. and at the May meeting of the American Oriental be had lithe (tally of Colonel A. M. JONES : Two extra copies wi be sent of twenty.
THEY WILL Jr. Orand Warden};. Wasitate,.1* k-onville. Society at Boston, are published In full In THE ..Murdoch: House." Forsyth street, between :Libertyand GREAT SOUTHERN BAZAR. BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE ILL, you can find These rate nuke t'e! WEEKLY HUL the cheapest
BEGIN TO SPIN. Orand lf'Uh'r-D L. Oakley. !vntlCfllo. TRIBUNE: EXtRA No. 19. Price In sheet form to Washington. alll kinds ot goods cheap: for cash. in the country.
This Grand tif'adAtJ-D C Davktni ""CkIODv: le. cents: in pamphlet, :M cents or seven for f U J. D. BUCKY 1 Jubic advance. Money sent by.mail will be
time is 4
indicated the
by appearance Grand Chapl.ln-Key.Jonn Penny. Circulars giving full details of the co tents: of al DAY BOARDERS at the risk of the sender. .
of the worm. If, on hold- Grand Tylt-r->avid Jonea Jacksonville. THE TRIBUNE: EXTRAS, free by mall. satisfactorily accommodated.:: A generous portion of the WEEKLY HERALD will be

ing one to the light he DISTRICT DEPU IT GRAND MASTERS. TRIBUNE For further information apply at this office or to SA VE MONEY SAVE TJMETAKE COMFORT appropriated to Ag Horticulture-domestic FIOPICUILUTPomobogy *
up appears TilE WEEKLY S and aima
let DUiricl-B. O. Alderman Maruinna. A. M. JONES, at residence. I o
full of water, this is the time for mak- 24 .* IteeTf. Vhaltahoochee.8d Panc attention will be paid to' Reports o te.

U. B. Tiylor,Live Oak. The Farmer' Favorite Paper, REFERENCES:. .
the WEEKLY superior
ing web. Mustard stalks with be make the
The aim will to- HDAL
& D. G. .
4th" J..8. Drlyg,Jafkaonrille.6ih Mayor J. C. Greeley, Fleming Daniel and family newspaper
the brush on them, are set up between W. II. Long Orala.Mb untHJan. i. t8 7S, for ". \mbler.J. H.1'\orton.' C. L. Rubinson.. to any other agricultural .

the shelves, the worms crawl up on "" Z.Frank H. M Uranen uon. Oranue,Tampa.Spring.7th Address: THE TRIBUNE.New York. yatkionvilU. Fla.. Octattr :as. i8n. tf :' :: TROY AL R. R. a in select the ctr.story and of the the blest WEEKLY most HERALD important will contain news t

them, spiu a web, roll themselves up STATE OFFICRd!OF GRAND CHAPTER,E A.M. by telegraph from all parts 0 an t.world up la_the hour
in Grand Iltxb Pilt-". Buwra,Jack>onvilie, A. O. HUSSEY. JNO. W. HOWELL. of
it and
another web in.
spin on Deputy Grand High l'rieat-J.tI.) Irigs J.tkaoDville. t U ', ':. pDhcalD Congress the WEEKLY HERALD
side thus the With I .. will contain a of the proceedings and the latent
forming cocoon. : :. :. : U- : : ',- sumrrary
Oknd King-. O. Alderman. Morianna. : 1'1 news,by telegraph from Washington,
good attention and under favorable D. C. Wilson' Tallaha--w I ) Fashionables Artistic, Literary and Sporting
Urand Rcnbe- HUSSEY & HOWELL : TRAVELLERS.-; >.<.** '.<. ;
circumstances this requires Orate TreuuM-W. A. Young, Jackaonrill Int Uigence: Obituary Neticss.Vsrietiea.Amusements
process 1 S .; ..., 'iH; Editorial ArtWeii on the prominent eJ of the day..
ODD YELLOW&F'orzda . : I.
." .1-: ; Financial
about twelve or thirteen days ; if the Lodge No. I-Wm. U. Cook.K.0.; 8. 10[. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ', ; a review of the Cattle
and of Important
is XL s. Regular Toeadayni : : j ine/len
weather very warm it will require Tucker meeting every \ and interesting week.

about eighteen days. This can be ascertained ." TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. BO OTS S' HOES: : The HDL employs eeDts n agents in the country nor
for subscribers, none are
dtithi. ia distant to canvass
Devil Dlviaon tin. 1-Henry Kane N. Geo. ke. Close.Conne a
by shaking the cocoon ; if W. Frarier R.H. Regular xntx-tlngi everyday P:1 Ttiura-; Passengers 'm nr. Any person pretending to be an agtnt fur
should a common
- it rattles the worms has finished it ; if bkht' at Good Templar'a: Hall, Uoega Block.: LEATHER & FINDINGS swindler. The' HERALD dub system has abolished.the agency

not, it is either unfinished or the JackmnviUe, W.0. T.Lodg; B. A.ol Ketwlng.Good Tcraplara W. R. 8.Mo.Meet 1B.F.Ward ey.. ,, .Y1A THE system It 1 safe and cheap.:

worm is dead and cry Wednesday eTtning in lio* '* BalL(ad floor). The price of wv'prlb.
by one or IUbo.
; opening Heartte Ixxlte No. S, I.n.O.T..(Eau Jaok>oville) York J" : should be Office O l i i t'
two cocouns you can tell what is the -B. U..,W-btr, W.0 T.; C, U. Jones, W. R. S. A complete ,assortment of New and J Phiia4elphi ,fine 'SAyNAH.CHARLESTON safest mode of transmitting money by ,
Grove lie 1, the bell r .. At small Post Offices in the country where Post Of.6cc
Meet t.TI tTtnlng at Mir
I ry
matter. If silk is the .
object cocoons Goods hand. remittedin
road brld e. always on :" : Orders cannot be obtained,money may b

A are then-picked and placed in Chi. .*'Englnw-J.me_ nae JEpAETMKSlT H. Uoty. :! Sole agents in. Jacksonville for Samuel"'Diinbar'Cb.'s 'oj', ,,1>. '",. : \/, AND. ,'.-',. ,.. .Advertisements Registered Letters., to a lmit. number;,win. be- insertedIn -

I- an to oven kill the with chrysalis a sufficient, but temperature, if it is intended 8u-am lat AlI1aWlt-J'OIt'pb Fire Engine Meobanic'e Manyek.-Thoa- J.Mott- -Fore, Misses' and, t hildren's Fine Shoes. PORT; ROYAL: ,:RAILROAD: Price the WEEKLY of DAILY HaWb. four certs sdvanc a.copy A

always in ..
nual subscription price >ia,
I to raise eggs, the cocoons are JEtna man.KtMm' Fire E.rtWDlpDI Baya,J'oreIULAlen > Goods sen. by mail or express 'tp'all.parts of the. State.t. ; ,: .. ..' ,, Write address lessen to the YORK: Uu

I placed on a table, the ragged: ends of2f PhanU hose Hose No.1Iro.I-.L 1-0. O.VaDOVrgrlft J. ttua-e.l,Foreman.AmelicUl Foreman.. '\ ? : ', ". ,, ,' For. !A O' !lta' 'A ant l a.lt.1 ooO't\ Memphis, Nash Yule. Loulsv i1Ie; CinCio-? ALD. In a th-bol and legible o hand,and give.the State nm o

ilk picked off carefully, and'the but Book and>Ladder CoT. A. Wllaon, < Say Street, near Laura jaeksonvilfrFlv. ,. ,, tIOs't Louts" ch age)" nd =n poiDts .North, South/East .and 'Vest. each no errors of Post ia mailing Office Ct.1 1
Foremallo ... J .. ., 'J ,I' .... ; plnlyt pp 1 JCC
- _I tcrfly allowed to eat its y.'ayout. BAKK8.Pavln ". ;, 1 J ., o" S4
:FrHclmln' *'* lSttat. corner of,Pine and :
9.30 OF
i the males and females, re.piired off D.as.O.r. Ambler Cashier.E. Backing House, Bay- alreet T.B.If SELLING OlJT.\: :'TRAIN4. : LEAVES. RULES .

and placed in a dark, cool room, on W. Danny, Banking Honaa Bay street,corner .. } : : '
of 00eaII. ." ;. c" I ', 4 'TICKETS BY OTHER.LINES.CAN GET, THEM ..This FLoiiDiAJt o al Tatab. ban >*
sheets of letting them remain FSSENGER'HOLDING i
paper, HOTELS. adoptid
,.: AT printed a imall edition
about vis. bours. The males are then : Grand Natk nU Bay\ itreet near Jail,Oeo. lioOinl J. '- '. EXCHANGED (thereby avoidiugdelayin Savannah), ; brthJ Courts te together with the act o,15n

destroyed, and tUa females placed Metropoliun,y,Proprietor.! KewntB street, near 'Bay, J. B BEING ABOUT'TO. CLOSE MY BUSINESS' IN THIS, CITY/-I: repealing Koum'a Code the Code(act.of of 1861 Procedure.J.now !In and fore the*. eli M. _

J on linen cloth stretched vertically. ToniL Pfoprietor. ; .. BR. N'S'TICKET' OFFICE! ..ro pblet form.
Ocean Mouse.Oeeaa street,near Bay, Mra., O.IfBufflortoo. entire stock of -S
4 They are placed on the upper edge of rroprtetrreiU' offer ray j Tery C 11..,
'' Te
- FiorUa Borne,'corner Forryth aai Cedar streets, : GA. PPricTwoCollai..
i the cloth,-about a quarter of an toch w.X. 8tockw.ll,Manager. : ; ,_: 21 BULL STREET.' ,,' Address ,. DYKE I S ."
.. : T
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