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: August 15, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00009
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I THE .'NEW SOUTH/ thit'the' 'blossoms 'are wholly full of ICCU' .: \ TURE--No. 6. net- should! be: remoTed'.jand.another! .: flJV ..PROFESSIONALCAJtDS'" V V V, ,.. VV V V

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petals "
; regularly'thejr-are setrri- V GloE&
spread over the eggs. .
. t' SATURDAY.TEKVS double, rand often give 'monstrous "' V 5. Tkt'JtfianbcrfffJfeJtdings 1LJ F COLCpjlD. :- VV : 1 '
; :VIEt.D-I'ER during : ILtONVl *" *
SUSSCRrPTION fmits 'containing a :second, fruit in the twenty-four rhoar| 'as' practiced in M[ .'u. .. ,' 0 EVERYBODY.If .
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their interior. We hare .observed crVj1.atippi3rt from sevenhundred .H ., -' -.-
already different' a'.ct IUJ .
Sau-Wa&&IX..n subscriber, $j.50 per-. countries: varies,. In'.tb sk l Oc' .
Five or snore copies. 13,00 each; and an extra copywill this phenomenon in varieties to one.thousand mulberry trees united : 'f vUi a I'the way
.States the re. tctwoprrncipaleedipgs : J. H..CROwixL : COUNTY ILL.V J .Mw o C
be sent to every dub of ten received at one nanWCCKLT. / and when/our old 1 'sho ld .
mall ubwriben, fa per ..nUDI. Ten already, monstrous, .It comes from years they ( one about. o'clock_ !A."tiami f- ;-. \' *V Wines.Liquors; .go tf-,.- ..sw- ."rf
each.Twenty Copies. fiJSo Fifty sa pczfefU n.d:14 i i7ran.r.. produce five'thousand pounds leaves V V ,Comer. ,Bay and Occu Krcett. '
copies Ji.J$ ; cop ] '' oneaDoutterr tenocck'p._ : Ml; jther i V 'h V s '-'it' '* A.. I.
each, 'th'e I. mTEPoor.
ies.Ji-40 to acre1, that 'is five'thousarid'' ; .
NO. XIX. feedings be between jlhese ilbe eaili'pricei pate ;'; .1' ''> 'o' :.tJ '
may given & HideS:1: 51m. ;
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t '' >Ait>8 xrrsrjrG KA rzs't po'uoos''snitabJe for feeding during -. >
V Citrus! EQrantiom Indicum salic rulium. if made necessary- forfany cause. !AS c. 1&S.WI.J' .'. < .i1'..,t sifya.wIAaeestioii.gmIpa',:' f .LJ.r
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; SDlIWaucLY,li oo per inch or less,first insertion: f ingqime'! without injury to 'the RIDDELL'HOUSE, .> ; "
Oranger a feuille de Saule 6. The V ,
r V each Mibtequeat a. 50 cents. Turquoise, Amouttfr-cf Leaves to be .L xomneoir i *ft
.t or less.6rst Insertion;,each "jrtje Turkish is' tree., bThese. leaves, :should feed at given.each is follows Att'y at lAw sad U.CommV. J.w.'Irx1TwrvY. FERNANDINA ;' 1 '.p'
W5UU'\'U5perillCh V '' -' orange only. a,bigar-. day as :. Before !, .Notary PuUlc.Q ;FLA.49Magnincent Baktneds.i to J.TOCNl'S w-JaJ ,
least, which, ,
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produce : VVi I. .
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:t Sfrri l fffticti.R cents per line.T \ 14ooooVemale jnoths and these V \ ; :. : .oI1.i.(1
-, JtMSAddress > C1IIWVAJtI. ,;' very narrow and 'clbifgated > CYCiy/ 50,000 woD$;, between the : St1IWld SAMUEL T KIDDnL PTOpT4SI. ": -. :
.; REAL ESTATE/AyD ,. ...
witt \ each .BROKERSAgency 1 .f .J1i..Iaptn
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1a.1..309 vr''U
or r"
Fgs ,. ..21t V" ;
.:: ADAMS CARRUTH & CO. Jike willow leaves., In. other resptc sit first .-and, second moulting thirty ,,
' .' ,' 1&ck,0l1wiJFkriVa.: this offbe in all. Aftideductingoooooo for J : fJ 'f Tt>e'MaiJattu. life .Inrorince. ; Comptaj of,r rV i dichu"tbi V s (1' Baa.Ale_. CaU&lEszjJ't
has"tlre bTgarade/Whether pounds :between "tlicneton4u and Ne Yotk. c' ;V' V ; ., ; 'dri"Gteiih miles

'examine the flower fruitwHicb;; possible Joss.c.. have 16/006,006 eggs third, moultings-- -* '. sujy !,>b :Aura. J9.ao9.463.3j.. ., U. di IW. .Mrpha'z666 V .. )1 M-'; >"on theAtlaatic *, ...est, I TOCN1-S at the Metropolitan BOEard Saloon.1.
j Off THE you W V pounds; ?; 7-tS-.3-t* J "'; '". _..
TREATISE CITRUS. 'for,sale i 600 : :
or ounces'
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400 per "
lourth' .. '' -'. '' 1
and 'and .
last u bitter sour.and has'thcTorm : 9..' VL t+eri jhe'ihird ne.ni1 9 J : oi : :".
I' ,. .i _. color : acre 'ltf-Fi-at threxperlses ofbfeedingooow dreii :NBETTES; : ";- "" "; _V A. n ___I.f
and of and V
; between .
It forty .
The luBowinc article OB the Otn arc copied from' a bigarade. is c Jti-. the pounds the J' ; Ou HOMC JOVBKAI.AMU KcRAL bOtTUUkHD.of.: New vated in .Llguria pnty by"arhateurs as ; rms, including fourth and 'fiftb, ;' 366 ;pounds,- am OPEN .DURING. ;1li'sVMimR J. CLA1 .f ,, ; ..t': t t
; Orleans iur which journal they were traDS1ated from cost of the eggs ,- $61 j the leaves "$28; PHYSICIAN AND:SURGEON, V. ", :.
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.J the French of G otK.. GAUJMO. We commend the : part of their collections'pfvaiietks' ,: the labor of for duringthe fifth the same 'a'motmt, V "' ,, .:LI' is V vARthci "" .

;. JOCKMAI.) a*-jflJiU7V1U&bC. and! specially adaptedto I and by seedsmen <>fKeryii who: multiply two persons forty days; malting altogether. 5>7o p nds. Jacluoorille. Fla.OFRCB BOARD; / 4I : VV .< : .'iiI ._

V So I it by, grafts, for. their commercein |64; fire, $4'j'and incidental"' expenses .That is'about: the yield.of one acre'o Hoo** From 8 tin 9 Lm.aDd" nap.m. ., Petday'V, V'V. '2.50' '. V-b' &JIJII .*;.
CHATTER III.AjmCLEIU. There ,, '$10, amounts' to $112. It is, mulberries. Omc MID.-:and Monroe Per week. '* ,i.from' J3 to| .oo-:
plants. isln Jndividual"ofthis CO IMI.ssioN ?
streets. 11 E R CHANT
stated one person can do all this work. .67601ID V Rarisfactorarrangemena made with 6uaiBei.Rne .'.
variety i inthe: Jardin des Plantes, V 7. As the Time- of .'Moultingap-; 'a to V'U VV V. .. .1111',
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OF THE BIGARADE ORANGE. California forWOrtflS, and i ; "iDbW.tI
at Paris. proaches the'worms feed..less and acquire AER' & MARKENS, lirery accommcJation*. 'V '*' 41af
Citrus anrantium'Indicura, fiore icc andna, expense to the.farmer wbo.bas his own I V Open after June SIC under above..- 64 ROCERI>; ., VROVKIOXS.. CRAC(;
corolla alba folio petiole alata,rractn glohoso.aureo ;, NO. xx., .. eggs ,and, mulberry plantation should.' a shining appearance. Asal im i.tr. r"'HAT.- *. :7 : .1'-: =-jvw ct
medulla ten, et amira. "sArancio Citrus anrantium: ,Indicum crispofoTium not exceed one dollar per ounce for ready remarked it is a critical condition STRICTLY WHOLESALE GROCERS, 4' I "; .. .' :----4/..,..001'

., forte : 'arancia" forte. mnllifloram fractu parvo.'amaro' acido, eggsat $4 pef'ounce an acrewould, thus and:especial V care.should .b .Paid V VV JACKSONVILLE V FLA METROPOLITAN-HOTEL'., ., .' i ..row.for. 'V:' ,V7 eYestns .

The bigarade' 'presents 'a ramification Cbnqxietiet t1''uTnche deponifle.V, yield $I200' net. VAt $z, the com to cleanliness.;, The worms; of most :, O>cmk \faint.aid .V. :.tt
of The.curled !leaved is a plant vigorous health will moult first. They i W-Goods at StTannah and Charleston prices.; JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. V; .; ,
very numerous true varieties, orange mon price in France for Frencheggs, ; 9-3DL V V V .W1lte"latest Mossy Dra..j"

and very feW sut varieties. It appears which growslow; its brances are short, the' net yield would be$400 peracre. may be kept without feed from twenty VV V V Win remain" open during the Summer. tor. the'accom' ....* Aztntfcr. :. V . pSTLUIIi

V that this species is so.true to its straight and tufted ; its buds, very Skillful French' silt growers expect to four to, .thirtyisix hours' in, order to TNJORTON & KOOKER, ; .'" 5modation LIZ2IE V ,.Ai
that it close set,. an ovoid leafy wait for, those"thai 're'latef: 'There of the travelling public and citizens generally.
type never departs from it, except carry I get $800 from an acre of mulberry V ,
V ,
V cun'ed.hi h covers.the.stem'on all will J 1 some less 'healihy late REAL ESTATE DEAl. comer Ocean.and Bay ,"; ; ; VOLUSIA: VV t1
diversifying-it in the most plantation. We" have' followed the and 50 treeu,Jacksonville Florida. ' Prices Reduced .' : ,. ,
Greatly .
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marked manner; it will be very easy sides and gives itlthe form of a pointed : best authorities in'stating that 5,000 moulting-that' itis best'to put themin' Life lODe.and boned Fire limmrce.oa Real Agents Estate-and security.-dealers'General U Pine ..; "' a: r" .V. IRATE :;'" i :1. .it-. --. ..D .'. JII".1-1 afi

V then for to'give'the table of rounding cone.; the flowers com a separate or shelf 'this Lands,f : Van Brant& Bro's. Cine Packets j.
us its derivatives pounds of leaves will feed 140,000 traj as UnntioiM.&c. Springfield suburb specialty. PER DAY,' fta-so / I, Sam ., .

V V as far as its hybrids: The ing out from these closely set buds, worms, but '-writers say 5,000 difference'will'become: greater in each ,.Correspondence. solicited. V .3.aswd'V ,: :." .V .. : : ','/" ..' : ,'.. ni01r NEW YOKJ:: ."-" -',' .

V type is fruit known'under the name of seem to cover the branch and present pounds to 7 .oOO worms -and their successive moulting, and if caused by : C. DREW, V V and Kberal terms by the week and m.yr',,.. '. 'V 1 V -r* J .J.I

V bigarade ; tivrantium vulgart; medulla an agreeable boquet. ''The fruit is 'a statement must notbe' left out of the disease, it may be: communicated to J'B. V .' .VV V tw6-iga -EaySueezJackao.tiUeXIotWapVAXRBANKSVV. 'f;
V : V .
aeri. V little larger'than:.the small Chinese the.healthyrwormsi. TABLE V BOARD V V V V ., .
V calculation. Let us n consider the : V ATTORNEY AND AT REDUCED. RATE-... J ;' .
r. ;
Its varieties are six in number. The which resembles exactly in perfumeand .8. The Cocoffns. V V V : tJ .
profits to be derived from the cocoons. -A low :sound is .COUNSELLOR.A. T.LA W, :
", type forms the first. ( : : *. >", -, aroma. ,It is a bigarade with An acre wihl.produce' 140,000 worms, heard during the [spinning and when 't .' -'L The;',. patronage VVV, of VV, the public;, respectfully o. V ; : ..D'Df' ;: : i. !' J

The second, '. }jfe" the., double flowering small fruit. It i cultivated in Ligu- or allowing;.35'ooo; ,for Joss, 105,000 this has ceased '.the_cocoons may betaken ..Pine.Office and hi Forsyth the new Streets Freedman Jacksonville.* Bank BuHding.coraet Fla. i, J. B.TOGN" !,Proprietor.V a 4 i 7 '

bigarade. ria.by& ,amateurs for"pleasure, and ..byseedsmen cocoons...which will weigh 420 pounds, out, and assorted... The cocoons .. VAJU' *WS.' I"...C.BMW.SIY -. April aih.1774. V ..SSWJ1ll GROCERIES. AND, 'PROVISIONS, ,0" ,*

The thirdis the willow-flowered for their trade in plaots. worth*$3 per pound, ,or $1,260 in..U. .that offer the greatest resistence. V .' VJ BAY STREET,JACKSONVILLE,FLA. :. ?-

. bigarade. ,. .\ Thereis a fine specimen in the Jard'indes SILK MANUFACTURED 'IN' TilE UNITED to. .pressure. should. be,_. puUogeiher. as I T 'I!".'& l.j: BAKER. 1 Gent's mnushioK oodslow at BuckyVjFOR -, V V.V :- V '. V "T
Plantes' Paris ,
The fourth is the rich' naked and the finest individual '
one it indicates silk '
better and m0repcI;: -; SALE RENTCOUNTRY.T :- V A ways keeps on M' -. "," :- ;tfi
i miltJ il/ *- I ever Saw. of this race is in STATES IN 87-1", V V feet health. From these should "be .I :. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. OR : i

The fifth is i the'small Chinese. the Tuilleiies garden. 'The' total value' of American -silk selected such 'asare. J 4 "' IIACORN'OATS. BRAN, CROUNEf
V manufactured In : intended for Ornca: Reed's Eufldinj VV, T OTEL AND'ORANGE:(GROVE ,FEED PEASi CHICKEN FEED,'1.VPORK.
The Sixth is the Chines : 1871 was' 5830,060-
with myrtle NO. XXI. breeding purposes. .Th silk of V LARD BACON
1 cocd9ni t-iy :JacIuoDTiOe; ;Florida .j. ,.
Jcnes.The V V Gtrus arramiuni Indicum caule et fructu 000aml jtb imported raw silk aboutV$8000000 that arC very'spft generally of V V 1, SHOULDERS "
h.rbrids.'are seven in number. pumilo, cpntce et usedullaamaratsuccoacido.Ora.iger ; ,, In 1872 the, cus.torrJT an inferior quality* :' JAMKSM.BAKSJU .H1HTOKJ. BACB>. .V V HAMS V V '*

The first two" result from the mingling jiain : petit C IJ1(1is. hous, valuuatum: i of r jsiIk"w, .'$',- We win rent far the season or sen oa easy terms. V FISH FLOUR ..

of the bigarade arid the. orange" the The dwarf orange is one of the most 600,000-other'' charges would make V 'THE ),IOrn' : ::8.: BEEBE, ? THE CHACOer ,f 'r. HECKER'S.HOMLNY.MEAl FLOUR FARINA. V ,
two seconds are the product of the ce- desirable varieties for the .ornamentation it/nearly// the same,as in 1871.1 >Such V 'Ve will ,closer this l letter by..an BUTTER/'CHEESE APPLES, m'UONst
drat fecundated by the 'bigarade ; the of the garden or the house. It a development of the silk manufactur extract .from a,. report' o.f.apracti- ts' u' ARCHITECT.. Near MellonTiHe.Orange' Co, Florida. V 'POTATOES, SUGARS, YRUPS. -..'

'' fifth i is the ;-orange po Jified bythe: has. ,the stature of'a _bush, and it is ing" !industry'spcures ready and ;per- cal, entomologist, Mr Bailey, on- the ROOM.No...MASONIC BUILD! G.t1rJ6.1 ''* wirHrirE fARM ORANGE GROVE AND MOLASSES. COFFEES

,: lemon also the sixth ; the seventh is dwarf in every part; the stem the rrianenl h6me market for every poundof management nC )h.moth. after :5 it, 5jIOU1I.. .NURSERY ATTACHED. V TEAS.SNUFF CO OA' _

a all branches the leaf- the-.flower raw silk here. V has left the cocoon. He The ': : .
V V singular variety int .which i -.threeV and the grown says : V THIS PROPERTY IS MOST ELIGIBLY OILS SOAPS, "

\ cies- are combined., V fruit are all small. It will live in ATM0SPHERICdNDITIONS. moth comes 'out. abundantly .during 'VV L- & ARTHUR A."EIRNEY, 'LOCA Tr.D-I#miles from.the Steam- 4 STARCH. TOBACCO. ,- V

V f"' \'ARll.nNO: xft. .'- pots as roses do, 'and in full earth it The temperature duringjhe.'.feedingabout. the morning hours,and as they'iss e i I : .: 'boat Landing on Lake Monroe. .WOOD -WARE..r ByOKETS. it" ,,VV

,f'V tiu'," aurauuum- "lnJieRm.uja--_ Itsibrancnes.nave IottArlxatv the torm_ tj..01.*>. ..a. bouquet -. turf "fh inning"or..t'h7 they-should be_taken by the wing'and ," ATTORNEY_ ,;' V 1 V ; .:'l" : BASKETSrBROOMS, SPNGESITh'BSV' .

tcido. V it owes-this the close settingof 80* "Vet'V athCr is unfavorable Th"e rna1es may then*00plac t i : -.- --. .r-wv' ''*j' oV -: !Q4LNvAW: cc92L 'r. ..... U/iJrezr. ... "
J t The species ,'hi.chI ; 7 **, ,' bines so many& IO V < ", '
* grows'-11 bigar to'a trc1 dicr 1 an* agreeable rounded its buds,,which are ranged so'as to and 'hen ea' cold,' 'damp atmosphere the .females Coition, according::: :: :t. WASHINGTON. cnv,, of'TROPICAL'FRUIIj. .' .. : r ,;'.' EVERYTHING' .".';," >"t' V,"
: ;
the .best breeders ,
cover them entirely with leaves and must'fi'nd'a'corre tive in moderate : should not las ,
( 'Jne 'leaf is thin and lanceo V ,. If not sold befcrethe i' .' t. .
,I:; late it ws a petiole garnished with flowers. .They have .no thorns, and: artificial heat' and at the' same more than $i IXOTVCIgFIt t. hours, anCl'the a ,rATTTSOlC.i, A..''MKKJpATTISON next the property will on that day be offered. at public
; end of that time : sale to the highest bidder. Apply to : GROCERY. PROVISION LINK'
a fragrant blossom. The fruit : free ''circulation of the they should 'be '
: two vVngs, which are more pronounced very time atmos &, MEEK. 'i, : FLEMING DA"LEL V -'
tban' n 'the! tyange proper; but noth. sour and bitter, size, of an apricot, is ph ere". fc V separated jiy, holding the, females ..v VV .. V Attorneys ,. / SELL FOR cASH :

else excellent for conserves.. The dwarf ; 1 gently, by the wings"with one .bane V ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW; V Jacksonville.Florida
distinguishes it from the
Aig I
; srz$7.tf V '
and pressing the abd 'men V VV !
with V
,;t fnihed which orange is cultivated at M rviedro, .in I gently V jVJ V .
orange except The Multicaulis the white and the other. The males 'Office.ReQua>.bu3dioK.Jacksonville.Fla. LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES.
then be .1f.T
'l the kingdom Valencia, where a tradeis may : AU shades of braids and .
is more and more chignons at Body's -
. fragrant: backfr! itd the:'best .
, are regarded as thrown and the females r. '
made with the rinds: of this fruit, awiy place Ilerchanta1loggeai; Hotels Boarding Houe;and
: It is cultivated
aroma. for
V chiefly for .feeding.) In India the fruit'.is ): E JOHNSON, .M. D., ,amiltiarsia to aad
for few niorrients'on ; examine my toed* prices.
its flower, in Paris and in cold countries and the dried kernels of ft, which.are a' sheetsof' blotting : ; F.O.'R VSA'LEp V V
') used for seasoning meats. It is .also highly prized V as 'better adapted to a paper when 'theywill free themselves : BOMCEOPATHIC. : :
; and in the South, where these V V t THE,HIGHEST CASH PRICES
'vari of soils and
!. blossoms ire distilled, and most delicious cultivated in Liguria, principally at great tY" as not inclined ,-! 'from'much yellowish fulvous PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. VERY. C'HEAPI, !, R

: V Savona, from whence the manufactories togrowinto trees. It putiipCVY fluid which, otherwise, would soil the MID FOXCOITSTKT IBCDCCt OF ALL XUDSt.
* icented waters obtained From : :Three small Farms f
Office.north side-of near tie City limits
flexible shoots, with: a rapid 'BayJStreet,In Dr:Robinson's
i them. At Grasse, at San Remo, ct of Genoa are funished with it: upon whkhVthecggs'arc tobe mew buiUfinz. next block east of Natknial Hotel 'zdVV V V 'V V
growth both stock and leaf, making laid. They then be side ONE OF TEN ACRES, V
1V Nice, it is cultivated. only for this NO. XXII. may placed :' V & WHITLOCK. .':".:h< ;VV
the gathering of them easy to women side in l lined VV Cleared land;no other WLI50N.
by cloth
trays with linen T T 7 R. .
f itscutrvated .ANNO to TLos.A.
; for the auranlfnm ,
purpose ; fruit, Citrus Indicum C2ol et fructupumilo and children. "- ONE OF"TWENTY ACR.ES. .t
1 in Tuscany and in the Romagna, i myrtifolinra.. they .will j immediatdy'corn' d.",..f About fifteen acres tocultivation grape vines and ,V V "iLiS ., ,..n.'T'

V which is used,to season vegetables and Oranger nain a feuile! ( " I : : .J : FEED *
, .'. fish/and Is also done with lemon juice; The dwarf orange,with myrtle leavesis i ,i,.. The'Silk-worm.--There. t.are three may lifted up at one end, so that they OfficeIn. ReedlockBaySreet- .,t ,_,. .-. puces' for gardening. '' AandactuTaVTh.r'V' VV ;f'
kinds of silk-worms Annuals bi- decline! a little as the moths are then : ONE OF TWENTY ACRES.
: these are the sole uses of this fruit be a sub-variety, which was unknown in : V
. cause its rind contains caustic aroma,, Europe beforeihe middle of the 17th valtius and trjv ltius: The 'first-produces more::'pt't!'Iayftheir eggs uniformly; V' V :. .1 ;V ,7 h .! About;four on King's acres road la cultivation." CALL AJTD, balance tax. good. ,pinewoods : CORN, "MEAL. ,HOMINY7, CRACKED, :_':,:'r

in but brood the second I They should be kept'in the dark'in.' : ,c..C.COLUNS..1'fa ( it
4t: us vessicles of Ferraris mentions it one a year, & BASNETT '
an unsupportable century.: as a CALL : Dealer Real Estate.'Wkscbcos Braiding.Bay St. CORN RYE .?1EtL, GRAHAM '
bitterness, and its juice unites slight species peculiar to China ; Com elYI two 'the third three. ''The annuals .accordance'with'the'natural habits'ofthe !' ..-'' .. !.. a

/:; bitterness with strong sourness. The and Volcamerius do not mention it. are perferred, and' of these' there 'arethreevaTttjeS moth.; Most of the ;:eggs will be :: LAW, / V EALTH WEALTH V "' ,; FLOUR CRACKED WHEATjicifSCROLL ; '
:$ gardepers in in the United States deposited in twenty-four hours and H, ; V '4. f-i
Paris have observed scveral"s'ulAaneties It is cultivated in_Tuscany and Ligu- \ OmcB. -In Reed's Building,op stairs!' V VV' ,V SAWING t WOOD TURNING .

f5.i of the bigarade of ria only by- amateurs and .seedsmen, two Japanese, "wliite and'green, socahlej the moths maythen be thrown away, .' ." 'J* '' '" V V 'iIT. --- .-ANDi" -fi;% : '

.ft..hich: we make no importance in the V to complete their collections. Thereis ,from.thec.o1or. ,of,their cocoons, as eggs deposited after that time are ; _UCKSONVUi' '. ,.1.Fla. VF .-tft V ( ; IV "j" .. ._ TO.ORDER.. : .,, V

South. But these gardeners have so one individual in the Jardin des and the Chinese white., not, .as well .impregnated. No 'de? ;r:* it SUMMERS V v .; REcREATION. !. ...' :' Wood Sawed, Split, and Delivered

li' little accord among themselves as to I Plantes; and one in the orangerie at '2. Tlze.EggT are.1ept in tin cans ina formed' moths should, ,be used. The '. V_ : ; V V V. : I/ .'. .!" .... .1 ,... > ,', ,. V ." Cord LoadJ V '1r

,1j, V the names they give, 'or tht character Malm ison. 'Ilie' myrtle leaved_ orange dry',;coot place' not'' exceeding 40" eggs are best preserved :on the cloth i.I' ,ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ; ,.., V V. .. ". ..LANDS FO* .. '. .' "' V. by or/ V f r

: istics or accidents which distinguish has all the traits of the smafl,Chinese, temperature and although they will when,jegularly deposited, 'as 'they are ORANGE: : GROVES COLONIES Ross'. Block Bay. Street opposite MU1. and Whar,. ?.
i. these sub-varieties that the difference this is bear a greater degree ,of cold this is prote ted.by natural'coating of varnish AND
it is very difft' V .sole being that .,.yrS. CIRCUIT.COURT. 1 FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS V V J45OJFf4. ; ... .
V :
. ficult to fix heir nature ; generally more pointed in the form'of its leaf, the best .for 'keeping Tliey maybe and being f st ned.J1i ,worms V ,
:I they_ .I have no'other basis of, classificainan which causes. it to be, .mistaken. for a kept' twelve months in this way and when hatching eat thefr way out better.AnEastern Office Folk's bufldingfl, V ;; ,LOrs TOWN f. A. W.soIsU w. A.1t'1DTI.o c.aSAVINGS .

: thus the hatcbingVseason prolonged V V V
lion tne greater or less abundance myrtle plant at a careless glance. I I.. :rumac. V V I II
; of the flowers in these varieties, V To fy continued. or a'selection mr.de'of The best moths editor, who' has. been P.p... J-J. D.umJ.J FOR 'SALE' ON' SANFORD'S; GRANT BANK. :' ??.?,
and I have remarked that these differences for feeding.- Th'e number 'of 'eggs giving'soine thought "the Brooklyn FLEMING & DANIEL. VV L.lI.1JOOKE. V I -.- 4j-':

in mode"'of'flowcring' depend WHY SUSAN is FRIENDLY. WJm.'Tu.- laid by one moth is safely estimated sorrow,"'..evolves the, following '. -, : .' ; GmnSaafcm1. THE 1REZDMtiSSAVINGS' t TRCST CO.i.,k

V upon the 300-and one ounce will, hatch useful hint husbands : never V V V V ITORNEYSA r.LV V '
distance more or less, be? One I 40ooo ,-- JAczsoNTu.th3zA3c. .:; o
TON.- evening was spending an .
V ; tween the worms. From an ounce toiarr,: find a stout, healthy minister: orthe Orricit FOR"SALE OR 'RENT, : ''
sprouts or buds which give you :: Reed's Block corner Ocean and Bay Streets, '.1 V t
her East Twen
V; the flowers, (which would then be evening at rooms, on ounce and a half would; be required Gospel hinging around your wife, Jacksonville- Fla. ..n ,., h.: ". ON LAKE. MONROE. Deposits of aay, amount received. from individuals., ,', .
: V
ty-third street. Mrs.Harriet Beecher I-rx, V ; business firs and socicues. which Interest will be
on .
rather matter of proportion of aliment for; an acre.of mulberries, but, care with a"'hol, :and ::sin cere .admiration V V V -''- V. "V u
V ,
Stowe Mrs. Hooker Mrs. Stanton p ; V" allowed ,
; V'
V should V betaken 'to and affection .wbicb. ntiment is. reciprocated ': i : :' VV t
always ,
supplied (probably than absolute prevent .. t'V 4 j&
) an Two Cbtta -
theSt.-'l' V
aew C4 LaDI -
Miss Pauline Wright Davis and other \A.KNIGHT ? a.I **
..1 ,' be"sea
difference in the overstocking. by your, wife, having a : ; Depositor may by pre KB current fund

The names given by 1lants.'allS.J the gardeners lights in'were charming present.spirits."I MisS. Anthonywas ... In ffaithing'lht: eggs,should be 'lofty! spiritual l, religious yearning and' ,ATTORNEY; : AT LAW. ,:. :,,,.' :.' "" SANFORD.v. ., *o V V ,' or by mail,in postal money orders and bad1* '

Stem also to be cot aIwa)5 appropriate kept at'a.temperature, of 40. UP til'the pure: Platonic love /cr, that priest. -.:,. ? --<* r "rV.V ; : i 'V'V V The Bank is opea daily from 9 a.nC to;P.H.'also.1
to the see you wear a new dress tonight mulberries that attracts her frequently to his side including BOUE ,LOT.of twenty.acres.idcarabV on Saturday evenings, lor deposit from 6 i't .'
nature of the tree. They call Miss. remarkedMrs. are,putting out their leav s. No. a Hoeg* Block,op stairs: "-i KJacksonrflJe. .' ", VV only, too'clock. .
VV one Variety tiiefrayfatKriiy bigarade Anthony, They,mayihe'n be brought into the do 'you unsophisticated young' hus- .. V '. rwtHOory. hoosc. wiz ;larte.,dining-room deuchedSuitable V '. *d
Elmes, of Birmingham, Conn.. band whose anthers are less yellow than hatching room with a temperatureof /jus.f'go right bn to the nearest V for a'Boud-." *. T-uyiw **
V looking down at trim .
others, simply.because jhe flower ,ex a neat, plum- 750 which should 'be gradually in cobbler and'buy'a beaiy pair of pegged L,. ROBINSON, "V'oJ T < '

pands too readily and sooner than in j colored silk.'' creased about. '8 until the eggs are stogy' ,boots: P|t' them stogy Apply to .H.,L..DEFOREST, A N. DOBBINS, : V- : .<

the "Yes, replied Miss Anthony ; I'm boots and the next time that V 'ATFORNEYATIWAIso1 .J'1a. ,
common bigarade. They give the hatched. The air of the room shouldbe right on, i 7 V V V V .
under J .
obligations to Theodore Tilton aw17 Jn tw3gtfmilK CVNSIUTIr.LocmnTHL;
name of Crowned bigarade occasionally moistened by sprink'ling minister ,calls at, yon -resdcnce to .
to C
a plant for this. ..He NOTARY PUBLIC. a.d COMMISSIONER .oIi
at lo.m --t.be.en
whose fruit is often lightly nippled at 1" gave : the floor. iri order >that the'worm peddle his"spiua\nce,' take.h'imgently V V U. S. CIRCUIT.COURT ,V MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.SA- AND GENERAL JOBBER,
erous man **
the point. They call another Adam's It V may,better free itself from the skin of by.the coat collap, make ai hCiti Office:N*.a Masonic' Block t _i V t"CT VI. LOON, V '
seems to me now that 'Theodore oration shall! Boca's BLOCT, Comer Bay aid Began Street*.
apple, which has a less lanceolate leaf the gg. i. oratiorj,..whereofrthe.,

very close buds'and no thorns. They, was very a pJ generous m-colored to, silk give dress Miss while Anthony V 4. feeding Worm.-.The duration be, 'get t out'and, iheq 4inch'the argument "- :RICH R MCLAUGHLIN, I' FRANK'GREGORY.Proprietor.;' JACKSONVILLE. .FLORIDA. '

call Horned bigarade, 4i common his wife boarders of, the life of the silk-worm :varies ajibsteriori with tiem' sto ies. REAL.ESTATE AGENT.JacJutniUt. t .J-RICELIST. -rTwelre : J'! -. )
variety which sometimes was keeping at' .74 V Lager Beer Tickets for .!.?.,!,,',,,,|i'o*. .
bears mon Livingston streetj'.and it.occurs to me very"much, according to the.;warmth : ,Florida. I Scoppenionz r Jr---'J_JL, SEWING'MACltlNES. CLEANED AND

strous AU ,fruit which are crooked in form. that Susan has.a good reason-for not of the weather, ,health and the varietyof The boy who.came. utb 'this, office VAil sorts of Real Estate bought and sold; Money IDMited. r Lime Juice Pwachrs.:, tj.. V V REPAIRED. _' ,'r i. _

these varieties'differ so little that wishing to testify against Theodore. : the,worm, and ranges from tbirtyseyen yestea'day dqwno: :> box, and Taxes paid.Titles crammed Ice Cream p.-' ., ,.. I V ,

Jttt not worth while to describe them. -Eli 1'erkins1jn" the N. Y. Sun. ', to fifty days. During this then bounced, rip with j yell and fled Rxrrjts.tr mr w*,'.to William Astor. Esq.., Milk Punch-: .. V ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY
le New York EXGOT: A. l Curtin. Beltefonte, P '
bigarade is generally subject upon J V V 'S V period and at intervals of about six to like'one.bewitched, is cquestedio'returri'four Lewis H. Redner.. Philadelphia: W. Stoker Boyd; Rum J'ui___ .-! ,lir.' ._. .5. ", ATTENDED TO. ,V >u
which the other tpecics[ J 4aks that q$AjpK ;D,G.AAbler.Banker.Jacksonvflle.Fla. Brandy p.nw-t. __ -,,-,, u, ,-. '-j.; .
ofagrumes, 'My son/ 'said Mr Marrowfat fo igbt days the worm moults j' ihat is, long'brass | were Henry Tucker,Boston.)1lJjId Whisky*>.**>* _, -

are grafted ; and it is also grafted, Artaxerxes, glancing over ,his paper, I sheds its skin., As this. time ts regarded standing onthe'box whin he'took his Cant Punch? ;...... .,,,- -- ,,., .r 13,5. ;, SATISFACTION V GUARANTEED,
npoo itself in order to, obtain indi-; critical taken No be. asked- 'W.LRL, .!.. : V + V :;, V.- V VV .'f"
: at the breakfast table:the.other morning : as care must scat. quetions'frI' R. : n>i>TTi.i-ui.jr j T. V'. _.- -_ icl Shea rr"O
\'idaals of but lock. ,,
will! which Vill..spread less, and ,"do'you remember the'advice of not to distuTb"the-worm: in any way we understand ,it. all but we,.want V ,'VV V I'LA.IN'D.lUNXS 15 CENTS "; ;

I be, therefore, better adapted to Mcphistopheles to Faust?" "No," not even by' (feedirig Hence the those tacks; -we.have ,fee ."for. them.That.boxwspeciallj 1'JWTICfL ,_ dIaJa.Ac.Imported, Ginger' Ale.Bass'Ale:,Dublin. 6rjtwtmSpriog Stout.Cor- R SA-LT. V -f;-

"PC called,cultivated, in vases. In Liguria it responded that intelligent and respectful -V first step ,to :'bit ken is lo.:separate ivote'dito .exchange PAINTER'ANDPAPER'HANGER. -. F "V .::;' 1iJ.'r .

of St. M Margantino' or the' orange child shifting his cud of chewing each day's hatching so-that those together fiendsr and jbe/acksare/ whatwe 'Bag dccldeH to"reside here permanently wffl be V Cawmer raits lor sale_at Euck's.V .V V A House and. JiacaJed la the City

rg ret; V gum,frcru the right cheek.. the,, left, .maybe. moulting .at the-same depend in for .iterncnt-.lV. ,glad tareceiTe.. orders from all requiring'work V done hiisua. VV o/JacksonviDe. TU house is large;:wefllniwed.. and

NO. TCVIH. i "what was it, Pop?" Mr. ,Marrowfat time.! The ,best way to do lhis iso O. Picayune. V j' 'V V 'A'O., WEIGHT,. V tl fitted ap with modem issprovcnenis. laquireoCJ7tf "-

Gtnu anramium Indicnm flore nl-pleno., frowned li tile,,but promptly recovering spread over the eggs 'a net made of :G iAiN1ct. ;.*nd" .:K.' LS01fJN. :; IO :rO:1.'r AT'L&W.1l : LoAIUJacksoeviile.Fla.-:
iraeta'Uadlcr,*,fortJfero, iawlalUoKJcU. VV V himself.j said, "? ever write a mosquito bar mat\rI. and having tender I lcw'XoLk; papers( Tvely observes J 'crdiwa. ?.Yis&'Dre '..Funutur*.Wiorhwta '. Block,;BiySt.*.e.Fla. .
ficu S
Iran >*" b1c. ct emwlottyc. a letter and never barn one" "young leaves of the inull, ihaVihe'suloile'bf a'fc mer, ncdYc aeMIIs. .' V "*! : ': .
KNueat moauruear. J : crryspreaa'jbVer wilt J'I'O' WID practice in the dncrenl cours. tithe Sent. t:cltectioM i AM UEL FAIRBANKS. '
This V V 4 VV ,VV V it, *The young "wormsV! noticed," 4Is'DgoatJasmuch ? & 11Ctfhl: REFERENCES: '' V ., dnMBptty a tu. 4 :akr O. '/ .'' V

called Tariety:has'been improperly: ,V When,. is a ship 4 ike..a ?railroad? wiir Claw'1 through ft to online: as be has. P< 'becD. t S. :).Ji.q V & < -- f NOTARY PUBLIC FOR: DUVAt COUNT

double floweringa It"is"rare When the cargo's.on it;"' V* .V --f-J: leaves. At the end of each day the habit of doing"such.tb gs!'' ., J&ckiosUt 'J1a '" .a1" ,"cx&onIsoltEaqV;' ,'. ...:. 'h. Vp \ rooD.. .'lUCK'\Jp\ J... J4iaym.I.yo '11"I V

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1 THE NEW SOUTHS_ tAdrcU : :enough jB| [ qtiarrel V with I.','' htrit'fin thi'sub-? met over theto'Mc" 'this morning.'V .flSfenJin thlf. respeci C Every farmer .".*-fhe.-!-tal fight jl tween_S'- er and.. L IIfstzl.1.AlUOca' : --

FOR CONGRESS. ject of precedence. The plan is said to The other crowd assembled at the capl- within twenty miles of the St. Johns Edwards came off near PUtsbnrg on the Ji

'].. AUAMS. \ ,W. R. ANNO, OF DUVAI. be invention Captain Isaac Donovan tol. The Pnrmanvrinjj claim to have River,'should, take Block, : in this com llth. Colljer got thresbed. CANTED TO RENT;

; ''GI'O:'wMtDsT*' r ADAMS.1URRUTH & CO. --- AxoU2cEMENTT and to have been successfully used sixteen counties out of the twentytwoin panyThe- .shares should be ,so small A change fa the Miist in Madrid

I fL.." in Central Alabama 'with no apparent the district, but 'as feprters.areex-. A CONVENIENT
To the Voters the have decided DWELtiNC.PERMANENT
of Congressional. damage either crop or noticvab1impoverishment i cluded from the'capital, 1 ant unable to that'every*one1 could one 1 upon. I thought that Gen.Dominlguez .

I : ADAMS.-EDITOR.. IHflrtcts of the soil fhila. Public forward you the full rticolari. It is In order to get the' farmers to take who took Car ; will IN it tJa ClASS anJtAt" tocAT10-

At the urgent solicitation of leading I Ledger. known, however/ that the party at the stock}they_should_ be guaranteed that the become Minister of War, Mofipnes roll A SMALL r AMILY.I

TO CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. Conservatives nearly every cofuntv"in I -, capitol have nomfnated, 41eaebam coif frelghta fal{ \10 loWJ: ..F0r "instance' I bo placed 2n Supreme comand AND CA L; ltrs.A

$t 1 'I'II' Item swueA..! ijKa-ta:) cjnununicatloM rest are(clicked on from subjects til parts of general ofth this District, and prompted by tbe voice .Coi AXNO'R Coscness. -We'publish ored, for' Cbngrws.-the Pnrman The faction delegates denounce be melons less than fifteen. pounds 10 cents, of the army of the North. % .

i Ii uttc'e-i,e pacUUy ejucati-mal.. sodal arid!tadMitnal oflhe whpse kfml elsewhere an announcement from longing to cents bushel crates ". t.8tI .' .FLORIDASAYINGS. BANE.
13 1200
endorscmcpt.of barrels
;l i _CI. Corrctporidcnts fhouSd nah their letters as press, Stearns in the bitterest terms and the over'that ? 3; of oH b been cofrfftmecby .
I'. '; bn, .' the tict and drcumtuaces will permit. myself as a candidate'. .has- rpetwitli sucha Col. W.It. Anno, stating that he is a feeling against him is intense., It is asserted grapes .in an out room 4 '.cents, etc. ,fire at the, depot at Pittsburgh Pa

t l't 'We Curretpondenu.ai c not IpO4'b Rejected for opinions manuscripts.pr_era.by neither our favorable t isp.n. front Ihq( people! Iem candidate for CoogresaV Col. Anno has that he counselled the bolt 1 the first place there, should be an It; was StfU'ck STATE eOUNTY, ANDiICITV .
: fc i r turne<2 nor present. Anonymous contributions forestalled the Conservative Convention, The bolters sent a committee to invite bl1ghtBiDg SCRIP .
"I ,ril' nil U noticed.PI induced -anuounosrnyselfa.a' an his the post-office convention ,to ''nito'with organized company. Ten a bargain.The Fossil oyster beds have been .fend 'V I- II ;L '
merits. L'
and will on'
Independent Conservative Candidate. for run own the Republican convention,, ,8i Ling in steamboat man, the party of the above the snowjine on the Bought and sold,at UM -

The City Treasurer. Congress. Should the Conservatives' hold a nominating the capitol, but 'the jnvitafytf; was I irejecied first part binding himself to' 'put on and ,b natives' a RkloD"tins 'U &I FLORIDA SATINCS *BANK.
'1'1 I convention, Col..Anno feels assured and the coirimitte<3 informed that gty ,
I,' Id view of the heavy majority.of;Votes steamboats with first class accommodations tonished, -
} The enquiry into the accounts ot thfe received'from the ; ,
that he will receive the nomina- PRINTING. "
; -\ which the Republican party in this District no message until the for travelers l with low' rates for The Savannah Advertiser and Republican -
Treasurer tho post-
: City at last [ of
i I. f meeting tion. He. the1 in St. body 'they' represented, *
: the ran poll, when an election of can opens' campaign office was recognized as Uwf regular freight and a,boat to sail week has will 'probably THE NEW SOUTH ,
: r': City Coun.-il resulted, as far as we in party fet swpnde. I
1':'. were able to ascertain- in finding those didates based, pn'strid party lines! Augustine county this to-day evening., \ntlill We speak understand convention. oa_.a certain, day The, ai(;.company/ bo for a JOB AND BOOK PRINTING

:: '. 4 accounts correctly kept and vouchers as drawn by party nominations and tho'party of the.second part to- furnish Marshal Bazaine has escaped from the .
have .
that several State : Letter.
party platforms, it U,evident tome. -and papers Green Cove sufficient of island of" his ESTAlUSmla't' ,
:: filed, according to the btatementof the hoisted his name to the mast-head. CoVE SPWSGS FLA.. a quantity freight and passengers Marguerite' by the''ad ot -
iJ t Chairman of the Finance Committee for must be evidenV every intel1igentConservative -:' .; August 13th, 1374.Edith or pay tb deficiency. The first wife ThoFrench, a taking The very proprietor descriptioft saw of predated to tAdUS. *" tti&f. fcf

,4 1 : each item disbursed from the treasury. that the. nominee of a A ,NEW .KIND OF COTTON.-We clip New South: _Agreeably'' 'toprotiilse trip t6"commence six rriontbs (ron the i vigorous ..steps ,to accomplish }his "," ,
Convention PLAin OR OKAMtNTAt' tfRflTriNci.
It has been the opinion of some ritlzens. Democratic or Conservative the following'froni'the Boston Journal, made while in your city; I writ*) dateofthe contract giving frrtheritimeto' arrest. ., j
Ii will bo doomed inevitable defeat. Il SucluoV CARDS
: aud which opiulo'i was,shared by a por- to o(August 5th, and.ask any of our readers few lines''in' regard to this little lowir, plant, and raise: their crop: Nothing new, from the Indian :.war. .-. BUSINESS'lvVlc:11'ISG'CARDS'I'ViDDlNCCA"aDS.

I I. \ Lion, at ]least, oldie City Council that it i is, however, well known ,that.:n l large who'arc posted' Upon the subject; for a for town it nowise-rejoicing i a full The; Indian, River people are 'con- The United, talc*troops are,,hotly/pur ;. -'-'-
: '
: ; has been the.custom of the CirvTri-as- class of Hcpublica, heretofore perhaps information as to the truLhfulnessofithe Mayor.vboard of Aldermen 'ancf pned', iae' this 'line 'with'an Ice- suing them. 1rnER1IF.AD/

)it I L- urer to buy city scrip at 11 low figure and. strict party men, are tired: of the article. Judging from the description, the fledged dignity. pf a corporate scaf! ; formidable f1I'.on large scale,-for their oranges stables The Worcester,'Mass.,burned'horse. riroa, FOSTERS"- ;, CIRCULARS

; : f place it in the treasury, in exchange for; tyranny ot'thcir'own partyanddisgust we call this A new, and wonderfully! prolific enough for 'New York City. Efforts by the time they get,here.t 12th.. Twenty.five were partially horses were'burned, BRays PAMPHLETS, .
character its
ed with the
recent nom-
.. as much cash as the face of the scrip indicated variety of cotton. The description have for,some years been made to shipped- any.urtber.n including two owned ptfvar'ely', and i 4 I, BLANKS OF ALL,KINDS.COLORtb .
nien and number ,
inations. "
; and tho Council were, thece- they would seems,to be, entirely fabulous, but if it effect such an organization, but it has, i is only, a swatt per centage of .the trotting mare valued a$ ,O PRINTING AND'GILT WORK*

: fore justified, und it was their duty to many hundred votes, while they has any foundation in fact or is one half until now met with disfavor, but the people of the United- States, whoever_ The Spanish nt.h 'received -

.1 correct any such errors. that might have decline to vote tor.. the regular nomineeof true', we shall feel no hesitancy recommending advantages to be gained by such,,a.step ate Indian River: first-etas ..oranges.. a dispatch from General Moriones' an- CHEAP. NEATTANIKJ'ROMPT..Bdrty .
', their political or for that h4s haVe attackedthe ?
existed, and to taktvsuoli action would opponents', any any who are agriculturallyinclined Even New,Yorkers say that thtey neter noQueing trOop
; have been apparent that of its Carlists sdU'tte beat 1Ibftt wtfts? -
whose l has identified many at Otesisia, in Navarro, and
man pastreo 'i the! I i .
preclude the poss bU.hy in the future of himself with'what they are to engage' in the growing opponents formerly, are now)its warm- ate one until,the/caino here. If we are carried several of their.intrenchmenta.Tbroa .' --
peculations of this kind being practlci-d; Bourbon Democracy prolific; staple. est supporters; and it is to be hoped that successful will have to be b the baited .' h tne exerlions of the Amen- oL.EENE7 ,.
: which by reference to the proceedings .I'pleased" to .- Mr. Hyack Bellyminger, a planter at the scenes lawlessness and violence efforts of' all. Let us together fsm Consul Genefaf arrangements fc'ave: BAT STBCST..jACKSoxvitur,rLo jbiv.Dealei :-
nevertheless avail has this .
: of that body, at the meeting question, would gladly Soap Floating Springs, Ga.:, full and tlecide.upon plan and to Work been effected with f2e authoritks -
which have heretofore had ( : go *
sway; te.Millinery. and Dress ad
themselves of to secure season ten acres of a new.cotton plant. whi Pst-nce .Fancy Goods of )
an opportunity '
? United
it will be cut'u that they did. No evidence of which he began two in earnest. Tho moment a boat by l.the u-h.-- Keeps constantly no hand the blest styles ofIIAT
cultivation forever at.n'ezrd.. situation I
a better _representation than teir: own the are Ftom'its States."will; present-be tkp
- was produced, to our knowledge, if could do without years ago from six seeds which he received 'aJd'be utif \ scenery,, this i 'should started,, that moment real' estate,'wi in the CansaIat- d ,AND"TRIMMINGS.ftso. .
party offers, they so who 'obtainedthem '
1 that the Treasurer had been guilty of trom a relative commence. to advance. Thus, the boatsin ,, / .DreM ,
To Ccntril be the Saratoga Florida, and the large C/wds a fin*assorunent of ,
the vote Cashmere Valley,
: endorsing opposing party. in the
the moral if not legal into which
wrung reality cost us nothing, .wo will
follows and comfortable hotels filled get Local Advertisefnents/ "
for an intelligent J candidate who wears A la. The plant is ns : are every I KID GtovES' : :
inquiry was made, but it was hown no pal'tyl1ar.f y, and! carries i___: no party_j I Having now its full growth, it is about Winter by thoselu quest ot( 'health and our money back indirectly in the enhanced 'v'cf.1CHUP''i also:a foil rnsorwcd" "'

that a class of "preferred creditors," to eight feet high, and will about match in Connected with ( .value of bur Jands- houses and PUBLIC JOICE .
called, could with the co-operation ot banner, but yet who is true to those fundamental size,'at the butt end, the. leg of 'an old- pleasure. the'principallotel : .,,business.' -. From andafter &i'data, Monday WHiTE, : 9bpt DS; .-' : ".
I the Clarendon is the celebrated AuF lOt.
the City Treasurer cause money to be : principles which nil parties fashioned split bottom chair, tapering r '- r 17i the public wJ aM to tertD:t Ilta.),.cei.4'uIcl' r1ie lot'ot' ,

retained in the treasury for the payment claim to honor; but which the Conservative gradually to the top, and is of very enormouS White Sulphur Spring, highly valuable State News., Alf Horn ha a c truly. represents:, would strength and elasticity, which enables for medicinal! qualities, discharging a most
party AND
: of their own-demands the JAPANESEeHAtftFES
ngainst city it to sustain tbe heavy wcight.offroitage Parties who indebted fins their
minute may
of temperature b t m-w1
: while other persons, n6t '"preferred?; involve no treason to their own party, to which it is, su jectt"1. It is 3.000, gallons waterper LON COUJJTr. accounts'a ready ibr collection by calling on ,'wiUb:sold al calJ,nd-.J ptica. 6113-'

_ and whoso warrants would date priocJo and would need no justification to their planted in hills; fifteen feet equi-distant 76 degrees- the' whole year jSweet potatoes are,selling at one dollar !- ; JULES'BASATTEJI. lertT.1.I' .1- .

the more favored creditors, would be own consciences. Such a candidate tn: give room for its spreading branches which'is fitted up in the most approved per bushel,at Tallahassee. '. '8-ia 2 Laura,near Bay street,Jacksonville, Fla. F- SALE, fIUYER3tt
his honest which run out on all tides six to seven manner for bathing with a the
would bring to support every purposes hog
; obliged to "await a time with patience." CONVCED.-Caleb Grant REWARD. ,
feet. The leaf is aliout the only feature t HOUSE
I and intelligent Republican, as well as large swimming bath' or. 'pool."throtigb. stcaler. was in the ; I the person who carried away the cc-and pistol
But in this action
none can that the closely resembling our common plant. ,
say entire ,c ,at Tallahassee, l last week, ,from wharf last will
Conservative in the District, and which the discharge of the spring cunty Brooklyn Thursday evening return JACXSONVULE. ti.Ar
The bolls resemble in
,. Treasurer should be considered amenia- every very exactly and sentenced to.fifty hard laborin : the same to tbU he will generously rewarded
ble inasmuch heretofore I such afandidate alone can carry this and color a large green orange, and are constantly flows. the days &lce.asked b Well adapted for n fine private fgfJcjn or finaJ'
to ': : as no regulation District against the man: who claims to attach ell.tu the limbs, by; astrong stl'ln.. Thd.Uuibn Hotel has'lately been) ,purchased countyjai. I I.n P question- or-legal p'do te class boarding house, Two stories with mas.ar4 poef.
: hItS exbitcd relative: to,the manner first bale of Florida 18 sleeping rooms,I acre land.41 orange trees. The
rotn one to two inches in l length. The we'althy.gentleman from BAE.Te TO THE PUBLIC., finest location and cheapest piece of property in this
be the nominee of the Republican party, by, a d' in Savannahon
of paying warrants. What the Council boll when open'contains, at thu base, in .: new.cottn I take pleasure in introducing tbe public1 Mr. vicinity. Price including about $1,000 worth of fur-
H should do i lit to regulate the Treasurer but'who is really only the nominee 6f d small cells four jo five eofd, which New York; and it is to.,be thoroughly ,Friday from Belleville: Hamilton C.Bidwell, recently from Savannah t, asjny successor E nitur. $10,000, half casE, balance ht one and two

actions by causing him lo packed convention, as the representative" might be mistaken for small buck shot. repaired,.renovated and put in order for county.The frt bale from Florida' in i the Wheeler& Wilson'Manufacturing Co.'s office in years.
warrants 1873 're d the '
pay based The Pnt; in picking leaves the seed in the the coming Winter. The "r4hiuettis was 'in Sa\snnah. on this city. Mr Bidwcll thoroughly acquainted wiihhe For mil particulars address
of a faction on race. i
according to their that is the oldest c e" 10th ,August, from' Loyd's station in .A.F..STYLES.
e age; burr,whichof course;a voids the necessity ; Wheeler Wibon'sewing machine, having been
: warrant should have: the precedency Whiio! I advance no claim to the votes of ginning, and is thrown"as picked the only house now open, .but the fareis 1872/the first bale l (being he first received ibr yean connected I with the Savannah General Ag Jacksonville; 'Fla.If .

'I lor providing that in of my fellow citizens, and can only expect nto' packing machines, so that each excellent and charges're'asonable.Mueh from any suurt.) went forward cy and I an expett manipulator adjuster not sod! by November stthc Riverside House
payment, always e s from Mouticellu the 30th of and o te will be kept daring the winter as a first class private
far it is their 1s into bales injury has'resulteiffromthe re- on July, same,besides bung possessed their and soc1a1qua1ifiatiuns
case of judgment creditors, tho Council their supi'orl so as, day's gathering compressed in 1S71 the first bale of the o bin boarding house : ,- j-8-sww6a
evident interest to give i it; while I placeno the same evening.. The cotton lianas usal of holders of property to sell_to ; season received which wilt render d h dealings ,
shall have power to cause money to be from the Loll three or four in S.-ivannah: was from'.Jefferson with te"pubtic both profitable and pleasing. "

held in the hands of tho Treasurer to high estimate upon my own abilities inches pendant in rolls,as,large as a full-grown people of svealth'wh: wish to erect ex-_ county, Fin' :, on, the 6th of, August.Floridian. .- Allow me at this tame to express t the ptrl of the HE JACKSONVILLE

: meet such demands should that body and while I frankly ,that,there are Bologna sausage, five, rolls to the boll. pensive and ornamental e cottages' to Wheelei B Wilson tewing machine in ti city a vicinity ,1- ,

". ; deem it proper to do w>. Such regulations many: gentlemen int1Dhtrichr_ } te. The ten acres; in question arc expectedto spend theAVinter in,'and ,they ,now ,see The following delegates and ,alternates and,my the earnesta that ppreciation the of their continue urr conrtey exist- ,SALES ,AND LIVERY -
same .
< !, will show that this I ter qualified to represent ilin Congress, yield one hundred bales. This ;x, their mistake ,tine gentleman from ,were elected to attend the District\ between hop may t

': into theaeeountsofthoTrasurer examination would and perhaps, Letter entitled to that po- Dectation J is based upon the result of last New York, two ,years:since","offered toIa3 :.Nominating Convention:' ad my..'successor. A. K. PlRCtVAL. ,S-T iR L-E SIMCCLENNY .

I.ea4eu1LUr4- ,. h\ "
to' -t'- i'
"lion .ha.u.1..J.atllbl' wwrhB.
PC.culiar -- ; :
i' !! J \.e "
r '.5; have resulted 1 gcneral'goo1 : situation which our intelligent t From- Tallahassee.- and could be bad at very liberal figure;' Christy! Dr..A.F..Byrd, 'Reed Roberts, At Santa I."Br. L'F.1 Granite "Block PROPRIgTf'L

In our last issue we made a misstate- the owners hoping 'to .larger Am *s.Whitehead, Dr. A. B. Hawkins cme Bay and Pine streets Jack YU Florida. '- '
t white citizens are placed, and for the TALLAn ssEE. Au<:. 13. 1874. but get Hotice Is&t'wu to the jiu- ,,g haw pmcWctI
tnent that a special committee had been re i already set forth I have been Ediicr..N w. South:-Matters,have not sum,:put up thiepricey and he, in "dis. CoijT.; "Brevard, T.:J.'Rober. : TO RENT the well-known METROPOLITAN HARTKIIXiE UOTEL.1Iooci STABLES opposites

appointed to examine the City Treasu. jersuadedj Conservative men,of, ac- been. without interest. here. this week. gust, moved! to St. Augustine and erected "Allre8 A. Cbirc R. Fo.the summer; A'L furnlshen.room on Byst heveand"

: : rer's official affairs and that the Treasu- inowledged ability and ''sound judgment The regular Republican1 Convention- organized a cottage_ which I is' now' 'the ornament ParkhillHcnry.Perkins: ; ,Hon R. B. 4-stf Apply, at o T aNa SOUTH. -VERY LARGE STiCk- _

I ; ,rer had been ordered to report to said inde- and of that city besideVenhanclngtha Hilton Samuel Col. John "
to announce myself as an i in Assembly Hall,-August. llth, pride Flemirg : ICE CREAM HORSES&MULES FOR SAZ.&*
cowmi tee. Such motion WAS made but : that' the value of, all other property' ,tbivicinity. Bradford, Dr.Ar L. Randolph, Jas. Lee. I .
pendent candidate, trusting and elected'V.J. Purman Chairman,on That'a acknowledge :lo b superior t any ever t b
was not carried. The fintnce'c'.ommit- pAiGE in this city previously is:'to 'at Those desiring tu purchase win Wit to their advantage
and ,
good sense of my fellow Conservatives a vote of twenty-eight to twenty COCNTY,. h h Otn te to examine this nousvally tar and attractiwtock.
,:." t tee was instructed to confer and devise will lead them to rally to my support as appointed a committee on credentials.At About; one mile! from j:Green :.Cove. i Is: Car G.Johnsn. Commanderinchiefof Temperance, Reading Room at '*. -I. am.adapted also receiving all uses.I .. .

,I Borne plan to regulate the disbursements the only means of Securing with the 3 P. M., the Convention"adjourned to the celebrated Magnolia Hotel, which paint! and hiteash"rigade, is FOR RENT.A I -

,;j of Hit city fundt." The Treasurer ,has. assistance of.all independent and pa- meet again at C P.<). Meantime, or at is filled to overflowing' the whole Winter, .doing yeoman's of service everythIng}in changing about Sanfoi'd. theappearance nircished room, centrally lotc! Ret' Jw. A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF .

_ : : mv3e his statement to thu Council triotic Republicans, the triumph of the :ibout'4'p.; iiU a mob'seized th'c convention r- ason.' It is connected with. Green Journal. ' Apply at this office. BUGGIES, PHAETONS AND

... monthly since liU election the office, ntelligent majority over un ignorant hall! : and,while.the.regular: ,convention Cove by 'beautiful shady walk. cut : ',Too' -:,much! whiskey and fighting i have THAT SODA FOUNTAIN L' .OTHER. CARRIAGES., ; :,"'
and and : >
no discrepancy in entries and Incompetc4mIflOrity., was attempting reassemble and through thick grove'of live oaks and recently disturbed': the equilibrium of In the LA, fuvorit' cigar,sor i aid b alL e -> ? J*
i Of the latest styles / i iFORt
vouchers has
been discovered bylthe\ Being yet young in years, and having resume business, the Jiall, was forcibly other evergreen trees!' Also, there,ia"a Qr13 t0. ., 6-%3tf '

chairman of the finance committee. Hie thus far devoted myself almost entirelyto cleared by the Adjutant General by, 9'- gci'od carriage road 'and c nTey nce'hy New settlements are rapidly spring"- BUY YOURE A HOME .*j- LIVERY' SERVICE- > >-. ,' '"k-.j..

Treasurer says he has not speculated in \the study and practice of, my profession tier of, Gqv, Stearns. .,The convention row boats and steamers twice each ay. lug all over this county. A VIL-SIT St.Johns river I oc' sale. ,.' Which will be furnished i .'

: city scrip. His integrity has been.held I have no polltica1'reoord to refer then reassembled on the public square I' During the season; croquet (mud ,biliards. -' u1 Eucalyptus GJobulus tree is being: One of the mutt desirable race i the 8'"IJr Jack -.t. ?
r sonvHIe, containing a8 acres ready for ,
his '
inviolate. We have examined books to, except that born and raised in the and adjourned to meet at the nPow hall ,) bowling, private tbeatricals; extensijely, planted 'near', anfrd. Th'oSouth pt3t i For particulars'apply at the eotr AT THE" SHORTEST NOTICE, u ,
vouchers and/ cancelled warrants And .
: J
and South, niy syuipathicshavealwajs been on the following(Wednesday) morning, dances,and other w tering- lil. e
", find them kept iu an accurate'are businesslike to- with her"people! and .my voice i ,''my pen August 12th. The convention J ,' met the are in vogue, and i it,is,_ quite a The demand from all parts of the State CIGARS, _. .- 'MOST'RE S SABLE TERMS.M .

manner. They' open and my vote have al way's been" given to next morning and renominated W. J. miniature Baden., ''But.now ,the voice Conba; .Eucalyptus, has' beenso mported. domestic and 'of their OW mu ,, -'
I the inspection .mcrofoe'ra of the press and to has ceased and all is quiet as can bade a better article and at a lower price -
Conservative for of revelry been b
subtaiu principles, Purman, by acclamation, Congress, great ,nndJharing informed at away *.G.M.BRITTAIN is my authorized Agent and
: or any person specially l terestetl.i advance the pn*perity of my native and appointed a District Executive Committee the breast when the spirit has departed," the Agricultural Department, Washington ravarita.than ay o place in the city, at Gato&C. l Manager,and will always be found at the Stables reaoy
i it had been 613t to attend to all business appertaining to the establiso
t unable to t
section and the welfare of all its citizens and,adjourned amid great enthu and '"I tread these deserted ,banquet that proar menc C. B. McCLENNY.

:'1: Sheep Raising in Florida. without regard to race or color. If by siasm. The pretended nomination of balts'%alone.. any Sanford stipply'numerous.baa"sent to Europe demands for; more Gen. VICHY"rising in AND the morning KISSE complain GE"' Sfk4t- *6.ISn '

-- We arc favored by a friend with tho my election to:' Congress should be Robert ,Meachatn as the Stearns candidate The Florence bloweth her whistle and seed, which has just come-to hand,'and lay or feeling o sid A glass Vichy or Kissengen fh.che For neckties and bows call at Bucky's.

subjoined account of the success at- placed in a higher sphere of usefulness, by the mob of bolters and delegatesof -must[: close.and'hope i to' see 'how this aowill take great pleasure. In '8upplfIng from uT ft"Mammoth bn in La, Favorita-c '
". tending the raising of sheep in Marion my time and such talents l1 may pos- questionable' credentials, is consider will appear. in print. for it Floridians. who will apply him a such unpleasant Itio. 6-l3rif :S''AMUEL $. HUBBARD,

; county by I). A. Miller, which account fctss, w ,u1d, still ,be used for th'esanie. ed.a, perfect farce by the true and regu. Yours, 'X. address, enclosing* envelope, stamped ,and. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, .. p .. :-
;I considering the drawbacks alluded to is I end. I lar Republicans. N. S. G. -' ESC.BI COUKTT" Will/ind'a complete assortment of lumber, dressed jaktonvilfrFhi.,
_ _
:: a favorable exhibit of 'what can, be Steamship Communication. aDd undressed,mouldings,shingles etc.,at the r *
This declaration covers" my1 The following is ?n< extract from a The .Fensacola Express says that the' D / i L*
done in Florida., In February 1869. Editor New South:-The steamboat Lumber Yard. Orders t b delivered 1 on Importer and.Dealer!in. .
II platform, for this Includes every duty telegram to the Savannah News: Republican has, ceased its,existence. the River receive attention., -

,' Mr. Miller invested $2.600 for' 1000 which a representative owes to his con- TALLAUASSEE, Aug. '11. question is an old one. ,The'great men The material. .bas been seized bya Mr.Richards.who Address cpc :.Ll.BBUSH. HARDWARE, IRON AND .STEEL, -

q sheep and it will be seen that ho has tuenls. The Republican Convention for the of our city have often met. to I' devise the claims to.own the.whole ENTERPRISING' '
realized from First Congressional t District met here today and the means to get direct steam EDGE TOOLS.TABLEand,POCXET
over thirty-one to over way
With this announcement I enter, upon office Messrs.Gato t have "
for the of nominating a can- ;to New York. All of Fren c. IlllinlY'p n CUTLERY.. : ,
;; sixty-nine per cent. Jncome per year the purpose communication expense in introducing -
\' the campaign, and trusting to. strong didate for The" publishers of the PensacolaJfepublican t s bt
.; from his investment. During tho present of that have been Congress. member has the plans thus far- having failed we must issue the venct'up in this city. It.is admired by everyone a Nails,Glue, Putty, Glass. Paints, Oils,
assurances: support, Purman the present following: thcsodfromitlspronouncedbyafl! the ladies
< { year be sold $ ,. worth of wool given to me, but trusting still more to been working very vigorously for the try something el 1 more effectual. The ;On Iccount' 'of Unforscen circumstances. (he best. 1 b LEATHER BELTING..RUBBER PACKING.STOVES.TTNWARE. .
and live It also the nomination but is opposed the whole and all admit -
sheep. suggests the sound commose se of the people, by desirability necessity; ., Republican is .CROCKERY PUMPS.
-desirability[ the absolute necessity oi the desire to be delivered, power .,f the Slate administration. Pur- The great advantages are so apparent suspended for a bot_priod-for NOTICE.TO .
and their earnest
man was temporary'chairman: night ur uh matter- T4X-PAYU 'Lead and Iron Pipe,
passage of a law by the LegUlaturu protecting by any means, from tho thraldom of ignorance by a vote of 28 to 20. and have been discussed,and agreed the Republican will appear wh a ,new' 'The undersigned having beea.appointed t equalize
the farmer's sheep flocks from 'credentials then so often that it is useless to urge % the assessments of taxes and t hear and determine the DOORS.SASH.BLINDS.MOULDINGS.SUGARMills
A committee upon
and,incompetence in high place on dress, new type;&c.:, to take ah active
the ravages ot dogs and hogs. Such und which they now groan I have appointed, after which the Convention this point. Most oC the people living par in the forcoming.campaig. aggrieved complaints by of their a such assessments peroons a hereby consider give temYs notice > ,Evaporators &c '
4 laws htve been in other States adjourned until 6 P. I; the Si. Johns" believe such t ,,
4 passed of I shall on or near all concerned that they will meet discharge the duty
faith in the certainty success. the anti : COUY. t
After the adjournment. ur- u-fZtingt, Jifofiitft ,7/Ji and iTs
with beneficial results to the raising wil) The method to The healthfulness assigned them the City Council Room, 4th,jth '
sheep make my canvass ,of the district as man:delegation met in the same hall, an enterprise pay. of Key West is.reported a O Smii&inf, tloae to orderi diy

: Interests and should, also, be on thorough as possibieand I shall be pre and organized a convention.' accomplish the result is not settled.To ., to.be above jpar* and''The 6 Board August will,next sit'tromatoocIock.s.at the t .

the statute books of Florida: pared to explain upon the stump, to all The regular Convention meets t'six. arrive at 'tifc point &*. question Key West is happy over plenty of City Hall each dy. pENTRAL SALOON, \: ::
o'clock, and the chances for a should be -meetings should be rain, watermelons, gophers and E.W.DWHT.
MO. STATEMENT.Boocbt who desire further information, discard ,
may gut WM.M. BAY STREET.3 Door*,Wat'oI'LAVRA.
In Feb. 1869.looo head for f1600.Icealiaed my political principles and purposes. held, views exchanged and" the matter fish. How. Jacksonville,:Fla. .
in tU6g from wool and muaosj 1815,00, are good, as the bolters, declare they The Mayor of West refuses
J .4 ./. -. "W7R. Axxo' thoroughly cnnnssed. It is of far more Key t 3..,.L.BLANCX
187* ooo.oo will hold the hall in the capitol, and the PToprttoTb. ,.
.94. *4.-* 1871.*'* snutfton** ** 0/11/10 i7joo. regulars announce their determination consequence tha 'who shall be our next send prisoners to the city jail, called the Rubber and o suits at Bucky's. .choicest LIQUORS.' e.'

w : .. ** IBT$ .,. rnunoa 400,00M Editorial Notes.. to take it. A number of fights have. already Congressman. Voile it is vital that wo lea box, because he considers the jail WINES,. :- .

_ r- .4 .d '4.5/1 "S WO wOCAI S)97.40Ie 891,00 taken place, and there is have the'best rh! i for.G v2mor, a poor a nuisance. WHEREAS At 'a meeting the ,'ALES.*

Ii .. tDUUOtt 416,00 Ecuo FROM TilE SOUTH.-We have FEARFUL EXCITEMENT. Congressman'ca i''do very little' harm. Lit of exports from Key.West to New Jacksonville Gas Light Comtaay LAGER'
,teganized Under the of the General Assembly On draught.
9 16,106.40" just learned that Charles Dougherty, The regular Convention will nominate In: order to sti 1 a steamboat, steam.bit York for-two week ending'July 20th, of the State of Florida,approved a January 8,z83.held BASS'S and GINGER ALE; DUBLIN STOUT '
of the fol
the 17th 1874.
-- ; I ; These Sheep were turned out in the Esq., son ot the late Judge Dougherty, Par. an. men Bbonl< be .convinced. ,that. )it 1874 r ,195 caes cigars, valued .ata7.oOO owing n resolution Jacksonville was Jau Fancy Cordials,and Cigars of the best quaEry'always:

I woods subject) to ravages of dogs and of Atlanta, Ga., is the prospective can LATER. will pay, that il i net proceeds will be $ ; 21 balesof picadura, "$7,600; ,"/" ',t. That organised the Trustees of the Jacksonville the G.on hand. '
4 bog A large JKT cenuge of the lambs didate for the State Senate from the TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 11. '62 bales $6,600 turtle .deer &Cpy.. of W, a 0 L5 The finest. -MIXED DRINKS, in town.
: at least ten to enty-fivo cent: on sponge, ; o
were destroyed each year by tho hogs The Governor directed the Adjutant- per 1833, and hereby empowered an iU 74swimpEpoT" _
-- 4 and we low a largo Dumber by logs district composed of Volusia and Orange General to clear the Hall, when;fhe mob the capital tnvr ed. They'will be convinced hides, &c., $6O'totl; ), $1910.; t transfer corporation t.r to the stock books of the of the.Jacksonville '

1 lav" never lahla dollar for food for countier. Mr. Dougherty residesat adj"orned. The Purman delegates met if they a*assured and guarntee4 J., G. !on sl been o ti Company organized Janu sath, 1874,I G LUMBER: YARDJ
A them. Have had no sickness among tbe Dnnlawton-plantation of' whichhe on the public square, where Purman denounced appointed United States Marshal for the a act of the Legislature of Florida, ,
a full cargo of Igbts. This guarantee tied Aa act 1 provide for the creation of corporationsand : BUILDERS
them. Have succeeded in the action of the Governor and AND
never raising; is tbe Volusia and approved CONTRACTORS
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owner, in county. Southern District! prescribe the powers lite
more than a third of the lambs on account his convention then adjourned until nine should come fran responsible source. oCFJoija- August 8th. delay ar with I. 'mix'mn> A
1__ of the hogs. We now have about o'clock Th other liould have A. I b.w .
CORN AND COTTON.-In Central Alabama to-morrow. body On our part we an organIzed ot adopted. TheJSecretary l. FULL ASSORTMENT OF
tho number we commenced with Hare a large number of cotton planters meets at t o'clock.. It is supposed thata company u&ier'the lawsof, Florida, Condensed ,News. sro Trte WI directed t make the t 0 f\
need a great many for mutton of which of two majority of all the delegates favor a contemplated in the af ruto DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER ,
have good
adopted a plan getting aiJK,000 If
with a capital ) or more it known that .
b AND'
- noactounrwat The MOULDINGS ;
p taken. is onlyn with little mare labor or land Purman, and that he will be nominated I I transferred the stock above j
account of the mutton and wool CROPS than very to the production of tomorrow.At we cannot find aparty to pat a bout or, An Independent' 'Ma' Convention directed,and hf be a meeting of the a stockholders PINE, SHINGLES, -..:'. .

-I- .Hipped. ; that used here is not. ,Included. one. 'are Corn necessary is drilled in the fame row AS six o'clock Porman went Into' the boats on the llnof of if we cannot-charter was held i in Indianapolis on the 13th on tbe sth at my day office of August I t.the city, 1874.'of JaCksoaYilIe.11orIda to take such further cHEAP FOR CASH AT

the cotton, and.the southern and western hall and attempted to' take his seat as one, thenwi, should build .two first inst. measures as mat be meet and proper in the' .

t The Commksioner.oftbe Freedman's i kings arc said to agree in a matter Chairman; when Martin Warden of the class boats that rill ,secure the best class Goldsmiths Maid trotted.a mile in 2: Secretary H. H.J.HOEG.G.L.\A THE, DEPOT LUMBER YARD.
which is usually .of considers State Prison, Chairman or the Bvltcr's. 'a.cksooYille.l1a.,July*8.;1874-7-nt8-i Lumber delivered an"oflb.city and ftc.
t.ihk have received the assetts of all the source aC'Roehestei 12th for
of. travelers visitors ,that, and 14} on if purseor.ozco.b > low rates. Aa.
blo trouble! to ro.rtJittfb'Klnz Corn, being Convention, pushed him away. _go, th and at all landings on the rivtr.at

_ "branch agencies! with the exception oth of an early !variety ripens'ah4i: removed -, '? TALLAHASSEE, FLA.:'August 12. come every yea : '.:. f. : ; I is" "to. fat8t't .. finest Pictures'-ever taken:In Th.ldasan now dcrs; JeCClft;' prompt:.: IUPrioa:1.J ,' ".. U1S j.BRUSU.'Gir1ssisilZ.tMarch,6.1874. .

,. one" Shrieveport' La. ,...: i before TflnjfCotton ,get old 'i; The Purman_ wng'of the convention 1 t. The boats fro Fernandina .were de- rr.! :: :: 'l_, :;' 'HtA ," i1 THE had at WOOD;fc BJCJCU/S,Cattery..t. ,: .' .. .. _' ......q.: ':'j"',",-' ,
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CITY'NEWS. Business Chanc'J -The;Fat Men's'base ball club "Win teacher to Verify'his statement on any not seconded. September' l5th., 1 ,I r:3; 1'U1lRt1'Ut: -

1J'ot bore than a year ago one of our' p iay a friendly match game with the 1st evidence offCrrd4ctbs.Ienth of time .Grant moved,'the school-'g). opened the r. L' .

SAOV"D MWUCINO Awwrr 15 1874.Religiou most eligible up town building lots was' nine of the R. E. Lee club on Thursday they were employed or the salaries paid first Monday in OctoberiCarrej{ -
"Y other than what can be gathered from In reviewing these : WAREROOM t !
1 covered ruins 'sad.remind next on the ,base ball at the coMnt.vtba utter
::- by unsightly ;;grounds the very imperfect minutes of the Board. want-of.any systein-tifl FuUiu :

,:' *,Directory.fCad ers of the fearful'night when 'onr' chief tloncrief Spring race course. From Exhibit No. 2. Exhibit C has unsatisfactory mdition'Of confused in the tl and,. -. ', .. ., ? -
: Ah kwd'wwffl 1***+ ""fr* Saturday mada desolate' been made giving eighty-seven items ofa actions .r1
, r SaBbiA lieICJIIIw. commercial street was: -It must not be: supposed that Mr.' under 'review it painfully ap.pareut. og L. .4. '-' ,

.18r.*by A 4..did Friday.Q( aftrrun.services) may by the fire of 1870. Promptly rebuilt J. L..nrch1s a member' of the Jack- 56,550.83 miscellaneous,with the character accompanying amounting Touch to Zoning.to (There he. Board art no accountbookt ,bc- D AVI S'l. .

St.JOhIS PnnwtM Epte ti..r.t street"Mad and occupied by merchant who added sonville Ring just because he has chartered ers irrenlarli'nambered from two to of nor are -tbere'any.. ',c. -.
-,Rector.. Sunday services s: ,any kind ,exhibited to.enable us to .
Vt ft renewed lustre to the 'enterprising the Market. Bell. his ninety-nine inclusive. Tbiapperis ,+ ,_ ..f --e.;:
irSrH *!*.at *KJLFriday.. 7M to ringfor ap- trace those'transactions... 'The only ,- '
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,: ; Mission service.Sundays at 4% *. M. commercial character of our growingtown auction sales. proved and,we recommend it be received book of record which has .'t .
UsS T fcoot at 4 *. *, Misa..L School in for the amount therein stated.In come to our PARLOR, SUITS. CHAMBER SUITS.I .
nZUidTB and East Jacksonville.9 A_X Services in Bay meet'to-daYi' with its one knowledge Is that on which the Minutesof .
-'Mr. I ls.
Acker/forincrly withTnrchgott this little .
account no
.Tjickwovilie every Sunday al.tf r. M. auditing the Board are written. When > .
St Paul's M.di.aat E ii co al SouthV N.E.comer and ft half hundred'bnsiness 'houses, Benedict. ,. Co.j_has dissolved connection has, been encountered _ia.Border to loose and nnbnsiness-like such .' --' j,
Newnan Rv.J.B. Fitzpatrick, Ways are permitted -"n- '
Vuwa1 ad streets -
ri and of them idle arrive at wh t'wu fairly chargeable to -
([ not seven per cent. atour.dnllest with that house and has secured great t. injustice Ji' possible. It
rr; Presbyterian Chute*.comer Dr Ocean and Ad- the Board and what to the, Superinten MOSQUITO BARS 5s FIXTURES
ctrecu Pastor. 'Services season,) presents an appearance quarters with :jUh.. H. Bnrtan, where dent's accountwith the must also suggest itself to every mind r" ,

nal cundir So stamina cbnii slid at$l1t"blc t o'dock.and Cain i-I tI"in the o'doclr.evening Pr.rer at 7,. of which we may be j Justly proud.; he would be pleased to see all thosewhore of private the Oakland School contractors House. that treasurer.the blending and of the two offices of ,
Superintendent in
lCd Oh Wuluitdav-'lI&aI f% '. StraniL For years the greatest eye'sore alongthe ,in want of a good suit U clothes Messrs.. Simons & Valentine, for while Jerso n is full of danger the best one interests .
,grid friend cordially invited to amend
ge lmb1'corner of.Newna*nd Monroe streets, street was the Dorman property- made to order those gentlemen were ostensibly the proprietors of the rd..and should not be DAVIS & DREW, '

Jtf't,,, HB BPfclfftTf.. --- above alluded whose or principals' in that contract When
to- owner reserred permitted. these offices are filled FIANOSORGANS.pfAO.Hayii' !. artor
of Church Hapa.treeta.Itf't Assistant '
Bethel Baptist earner H. L.
Superintendent the"evidence 'is indubitable that Mr. nteuerof buill.
*Widen, Putor. Services every Sunday it for known to himself. by separate and competent *
Mr a purpose'onl, persona they Parlor Cheab..
nomine atti o'clock; evenuH!** So ; M gee was made'a'.happy.a.ther' last Christy was either' J8.rty to or mixed will .wholesome CheCk and associated myself with the largest Waste Suits. BAY AND LAUKA- STEmS ..SuiaParlor ,"
Methodist Episcopal Church St.tmeI Yielding at last to tbn demands of business and interested with them In it. After the'
Treaty House in South I .
MonriWret. Rev. Sjl Darnell* thursday .afternoon* being presented up Balance upon each other.The sat now prepared to tail at unusual b.abwSuiw. .jt
I1 td. .
he leased one quarter of the lot to with sifting out.such items as, were. ,clearly practice has prevailed' : of' the low prices fct.cash or by smaJ1 monthly payments Jaauammu, Fu*. Ma.Ii" .

Second Missionary Baptist Church..Duval street be- his old tried and trusty friend Mr.:J. n. a bouncing.ninopoand young"!ladj. wrong, the remainder have been passed teachers and others .purchasing wood llW Kaabe.HaJ1eu & Davis 4Co.,Ba&., >:
nten Laura and Pine streets.Rev.MacBrown.Pastor.' Both mother and child are: well and not without many.misgivings. W.P. Emerson,and the Southern Gem Pianos: also, ..
Father Catholic Du&in., S. W Early corner Mass Church at 6%and;;High>ewnaa.Mass at streets lejfcSecond Burton. wtiq at once built and,:opened ha py., Thus are'two hearts more firmly Exhibit D is supposed to bo W. H. Boai-d.other.this articles should upon no longer the credit be allowed of the ontHatnlin'and Pfaubet.Pdton&Co. Organs a :. ; { ,", T!.

v.pe at 5. one of the pjeasantest dry goods storesin Christy's bill for services though it fails should Easiest terms ever given. CaB and see what I can of. EXAMINE OUR LARGE TOCK.
boUnd this little nor
by blessing.A .
Advent, BrouUyn neat S, TairbanL's resides ,. any person be permitted to fer in the of superior instruments and low ,.
ice lie way prices.y.a94w'4rn
broken The
: W. town. being w"lay"so.; items.aret make debt of kind without Written
e,C. Cwtn-Jiy. Putor'"I.' Ss nt'in LaVilla.:trte4 : ex- a any a '4 .. '.1:1: ,
first B.apd-.X.VV.corner of Pine and Union streets. made another se to W II.JLucas the "p to to ha1aacc on salary,year cndicE"ft FeBruary order J.H.OCHUSNOTICE -,
; from some: competent ,
Rev C. B. Simmon. Pastor. pertInent yesterday ;(shaving s' JDut 's ; 1873."Superrnteodent .-.,.' .'. i.. 5694 oo ,4i,; ...r

African Method } Washington *ttce. ",t Rev J,R. grocer, who wai soon ,followed by J. IL,. >alary as Superinundeju' Sat' year cnoiag?ut' thority. A CW?._.., _. _< ___ ... .' lo__"",. : .3t .. ,
Searchwas In _, .-.,... ... -
i S.oa.Pitsor. with \ntIieState. talk subsequently made :: Fcbnwrjr. .a+ ;'i;;; : ijnoo oo 'We recommend-a sultanlerset ofac- : .- 0. : w..3_
the finest musie .
3cbus store '
; = : Brooklyn and his friends'Me notified to O ne-quarter'year salary endins-; May*t/1(74, ISO oo count books.be procured'Wherein shall ;= ':. .. let 101 :. in lot ; .:, ajV

Locks Like Busin ss The remainder the property There is no evidence ,before the com be.cle "and accurately kept, by the '. 101 I''.. a 101 .. ,,<"' ,.

The schooner Lockwood cleared from was at once secured by appear with the usual symbol of sorrow mittee whatj it any; moneys have been Superintendent*alLtiie accounts of this To.our Exchanges,Publishers,and Printers,aIL 101 I 737OL. .. 10 1 '"..-,,-. ,.-'. to'10J .'at10k '

On the.left arm at his residence this ? Mr. Christi account of salary. 101' of '
paid :JAcuu11VuJ3.t or.
; Board "
rt1nt e't' his on the 1st 'inst.| for this C. L. MATHER & co. with every person, and that the 101 .' Of'. ..-.: \
1. at S. The record shows he took,his place as said books be all times- HI' .1' 101' ,7
port with a cargo of 281 tons of Railroad B Books, Stationery &c., &c.; ic., who Superintendent,inJrFebruary, (no,date 1 at subject to eximination THE ANSON HARDY 101 .* tat "

Railroad have just moved into their, new store =':+ The last faceting' of the' School and Inspection any mem 101 .. 14 ;". ,. .;
ttic St. the of
ior Augustine first
June following
iron ; 1872. On ber of this Board. Latest Improved 101 lot .:' '. .
being about one thirtf of the amount re which.will compariB favorably with' any Uoard the ,School Superintendent his salary was fixed at'ai.OOO per an- 101 ... 1',,. ." -;' :

qairtd to lay the track between Tocoi store in their line; in the Southern States: riformed that he'was the stave, the servant num. On the 8th of April, '1874, the .1./O. .:T. PAPER AND CARD CUTfERS. 101 101 101.10L. ..'. '. '

and St. Augustine.. Furthermore, were And truly enterprise' like theirs, .of,that'body'and:, tha!; ,as such, it a Board diem changed compensation the pcr'annnm: Take salary effect to Editor New Bouih::At a Vegulaar 010101010 101 1)0 D&D 0101010101 I. HIIoIOr .' ".' ".4'"

assured that the iron shipped has warranted by the increase of a business, was.his, duty to. keep his mouth shut exfceptingwhen the per first of May.folio wing,. hence 'thereis meeting of Jacksonville' Lodge Ko. 1., Machines.1 have,resumed with which aha my manufacture name has been and sale so Ions of these identified 10101 lOin Dav, Daxw.. solOP_J01\ .,', ""'' '

.spoken to-or words to hubs last'item for the I. 0.,G. T., held Tuesday evening. 101 lOloooo FuanrroK ooooior "
been paid for. liberally conducted, is matter. In whichwe an overcharge ,and so extensively circulated for the past fifteen .. .... .
21 the resolutionswere 101 ini o.' 101.
August following --- ---- '
-_. .. all have an interest. Since it not that ffect.. twenty-one days.in May, amounting to rears; and till Madutui ff my mntufmctitrt well 101 lOlooo W._ ooolOl.iWtioooDooo ';..i- .
Decision Rendered. '' 58.33 but he will be entitled to the adopted ktrtfftrr frjMritJmt shown at mj UhutrmttJ cfrenlar 101 'nr.onao ooonr U t '
Archibald of the Circuit Court only offers us increased adwantages'ithis i in Ice is still at half n a pound'at regulation pay for "all services rendered RIIlwd. That in the death of our late stcr.Mary ,itriilk my mam mdddrtu ill She fstif. 101 ICIOIOUIOD ft>910 .KllOJ. .
J ndze E.LaCoune which occurred the ad last. 101 lot 101 I.
OB ,we
CTrew & Co's. ice house. recognize .
rendered a decision in, the James line,and improves the appearance of Joe. Burroughs since the first' of-May. The next item: the inscrutable ways of Providence who doeth all I My latest Improved Iron-Fram PAPER CUTTER. 10] m lot '. 10 "

his our town, but adds to its attractiveness who Is. in charge, and 'E. M. "To eommUsioM as Treasurer account.of .things well,and we are assured that while we shall mis with patient moveable cutting board two au-steel tempered 101 let 101 U101'
Winter rs. Miles Price ca$6, in favor of school recuved and paid our.'ia. !her presence and gentle influence at our meetings,that 101 101 101 101
for our Winter visitors which by the Glass who takes the ice to your door are money aI .. ,..,:._> 6a" her devotion to the cause of temperance will continue knives and squaring board still boIds.lrs position 101 101 101 lot
on I39.54 '4. 3 pcrce1t..m IITI
The dichion was rendered bear fruit in friend ...... 101 ,
the plaintiff ; to saving some or relative remembering as the FAVO JT PAPa Cvrrrmx AMOKG Puirrns. -1OJ 101 101 <'
way. is one of the most profitable crops so accommodating that they out sell needs more careful investigation. her example and kind admonition, from the .and the best'machine in the market for the low 101 'iat'?' .

in Chambers. Tbe cae,involves have. The Sales Room which has anything the city. It must -be borne in mind that this Is power of the intoxicating cup.' for it. 101 ... _,;101 ,. ,., .
we price charged <
Rttfivtd, That in the early death of'cur beloved 101 MOP
in all the land the C'
i Individual ttitcrert on the first time in the history of this Board ,
been fitted up (also built) in a very attractive -The schooner Admiral is now upon member we are again reminded of the certainty and lOa The tatttt Ixtfrevid ffartfy Card CttUrv is pronounced 101 : '. ,: kz4'
Bt John's river known as,BruoLlyn and that any charge has been made for services lemniry of death and prompted to more earnest efforts _101 _
and -ianlike'manner by the marine railway at Brock's shipyard Treasurer nor did'the former for the salvation of our friends and neighbors from a the MOST BEsnABLs CuD CUTTeR m the 'iri'aI-. _, .
RIr rh. Tho case WilL go to the i as drunkard's life,a druokard's"dcath.aad a drunkards market,for the general uses ala printing office. -J '
Messrs. Casheo McDuff, 95 feet in undergoing repairs. She was hauled I Superintendent .have any compensationfor hrll. And we now pledge ourselves anew to the work _i j. "
Court 72 Rufgltt Card Cutter, with _, t'j- :l
Supreme in 23 ceil
width Florence is
length by p' on Thursday )
-I---- three months That we express our sympathy with the latest improvements, | still preferred by many print THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTS .
The are' in .bla.ck' : her the was voted .Mr. Christy, bereaved ram ty and commend them to Him who ham and holds Its favoritism other maMn .,
now .making
ing. fixtures& walnut regular trips en over
The up .
Morgan.The after,his.induction, to office, when the taken away their loved one.for consolation hi their severe ED IN THE, SOUTH. # M't .: .
natty but staunch steam tug : and gilt with imitation of marble and river. On Thursday she made the tripto Board- at the, same meeting, voted to Cttf/vnt''That trial. a of"'these resolution be inserted For sizes and price ICe Qhistrated circulars. ''l.'l' ... "

Morgan, is Ijipg at her wharf havingLer i granite. Elegant silver mounted show Palatka and back, 150 miles, including paythdr'former Superintendent, Judge on our records: sent copy to the unily of the deceased,and. Shipped direct from the factory to any part of the '- "- .,' 'i'tfl- .:
who had served them honorably fnrnished to the papers of the dry for publication couQfjy. ;
Daniels so _
boilers clca'ne Like a well trained cases adorn the counter, and two magnificent all the landings in thirteen hours KATXKAKB, 1 'o.ab "
the same amount they were.to 'Orders solicited,and can J*nea by mum maiL Parlor RICH. PLAIN "
. and ESTELL RSWAIM, V Committee. .
show windows tliree-quafters.
bound on hunting day chc tugs fret- perfect museums Suits. Sella.4 -
.1 pay the new incumbent.. W.C.FAVLKNM. J Address Parlor and Chamhw

folly at her lastmngs since this North- of interest and amusement to the -The School. Board recommend that .It is in,evidence, that when the question M. R..DrDZ*.Secretary. ANSON HARDY' Suits. a Suito.-;.,, '

taster hegun. The weather vane'and revolting passers by, while a complete and ex- the Superintendent- a set of books of extra pay for services as Treasurer '7-5eotem Auburndale,Mass.ANTED. Parlor. SUBSTANTIAL chrbrSufts. jJ"lr

Lull:; on tie hignal station seem tensivo stuck* fill the shelves 'and is accurately, containing the transactionsof was brought up, it :was answered : METEOROLOGICAL! HECORD. Pariofo..w.. l'

by the Chairman, Rev.. Mr. Moore, by Observations taken A1. sip. 'x Suits.. NI'I'1aESll& :
at and
arranged about the store With delicious 7 M. g r. M.
to i JII si!s an unusual uttraction for Capt. a the Board.. Perhaps the Superintend saying that the first bankers in the city daily,by the Signal Service U. S,Army,hi this dry vy Aladycf.ewralyen'expai- .,i

Pitzer3kl: attractiveness, that appeals at once to ent's accurate accounts kept while managing had offered to accept the trust free of! = .5' ence in teaching the usual English branches French :. .
.., 5T 8Wind.. E. and Mssic.wishes a situation as Teacher in a school S ) the seoee and pocket'of the visitor. the Union_office might be collec- charge;and give their required bond. Alii g'.3 5 or private bmDy. Reference given if required1.Address. '

j Cochty Sourt.lottuty Another attractive feature that must ted and posted up on the walls of his Yet in the.absence of the Chairman, ala u f 11 r F ;" MB Brunswick H.L.,Charlie Co. Hope., Weare prepared to offer our 'stock a" .'
7-S5-31 Vq f ;
C Kirt bouveued oh Monday lend aa additional charm tor this establishment meeting held November 4, 1873, it -* ; F i remarkably low,prisw.y' i:
office to serve as a guide to accurately, .t 0I ; ". .l..Jf
"on motion ordered that the.Trea.- : ? It i C
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loth. W. A. McLean OF, SEHEDULE.
Judge '
Aojrikt is the Circulating Library. It clearly! : keeping the new account booksrequfr urer be allowed three 'per C cent, on'all Tuea.119 9008 $o8' E .Gentle 0.09 Clear CHANGE : '. > "Kt. ,'

rniding. K.jury Javmg htkit drawn Will occupy tht left hand side ol the i by the School Board. moneys received and'paid out as School Wed.. 12 7 30.08 t* 7* "SW Centle'o.00 Clear ---:0-- > 5DAVIS -.

I t'iV' the Term the Court ordered the stores and will be moved in to-day. The Iniblic School Matters.A Treasurer," but this resolution so'quietly 9 a 99.99 30.as 99 79 43 N N Light Fresh. 0.00'. Fair Fair The steamer City Point having been withdrawn Sew :.t I

Sheifft summon a Jury for Tuesday.The passed and obscurely placed hpon the Thn. I94 ,to, S Calm 0 Fair Summer repairs. f h
proprietors contemplate adding largely meeting of the Board of Public Instruction minutes"with6nt the name of its.author a1 .1 9 54 S' Gentle i\g Pair & DREW ;
following were the cases t\f posed 9 NE, Fresh Fair '
to their stock in month at which S. o THE DICTATOR : 4- ;
s or so, was held on Tuesday last. or the name of any perlOn'-wh toted Fri. 147 39.99So N Fresk'" oco fair STEAMER, I /

of: F. A. Bicaise w. C. A. Ifawes, time most of the books published this The chief object of the ,meeting was to for it, is the only authority'there is for : 39.93 8 s NE Fresh .,0 Fair OXAIZXS nf. ..,:; "
default dra Suatheru Barometer corrected ior and elevation. CAITAIX LEO TOGEL, _
; Crcress Com- its exaction nor did the knowledge of temperature -
Summer will bcs added. .
receive and ant ntmn ih ri,Dortj>f Cant. i !
r-- l taj-, g4ul.Wf. judgment against p.'- The Whole establishment reflects great A. J. Bentley, Chairman'of.the Finance it ever come" to tiro ouoiimak'-uit -. wiit until further- no5celeave CHARLESTON everyTUESDAY All kinds orrURNTTURE, CARPETS,

nishee. 1'attison J. bill was presented for approval. Waiving MARIN MATTRESSES WHITE WAL s '
& Meek for pla'nKffBaraticr credit the PINE >
, on enterprise, spirit and taste evening and SAVANNAH every WED-
Committee.. The report, was received further cDment.on the'passage'of NUT,and CEDAR LUllBER,. .- -J.JACKSONYHXK. b
defend- ; ;
r. IJ. R. S. Bocniond ofthe proprietors, who have been long lJU\"AL: AND CLEARANCES AT THE II 01 NESDA V,fn Florida,arriving in JACKSONVILLE .. ':
and is sweeping in its character, bringing this resolution, we most examine this ,

cut, garnitLment, judgment against and favorably known .among; us. fe nd to light the careless and criminal charge pi i$I,17L62 to' see how it is JACKSONVILLE, FJUDA every THURSDAY.RETURNING.. FUtt ',. 5'

afIl tbt. Flemmipg&Daniel for plaintar. who commend themselves the made up; and we find that it is a commission A ".,
hearty, in which the school matters _sch. J Simmons "
manner AU10 ci E ,Young, : .-
J genial and cordial manner in which they conducted. on all tho.moneys collected since ton. :C Swiss maSs and white goocfe of aH kinds a&1Iudty'..,
Tl'F.p..tV-Sl3.te Florida have"been The'following Is Mr. Christy's first ,election. .it he'expected Ang 13,sch. Hattie Lv Fuller, CampbelT. Charleston ;
George welcome all corners, whether they make thereptrtinfulh to make an additional claim for ,S. C. WM leave PALATKA every THURSDAY evening. fir
HoWe -alias Ceo. Dixie The AUCIIII'.Dictator Vogel.Charleston. C,
trespass. services fot Treasurer which other .. aid JACKSONVILLE FRIDAY morning,to FOR SALE OR KENT-CITY. .,
a customer or only anotherpersona: 20 ''the' Chairman''and "Members of the no .. sch. Rosa Eppinger. Bayles,New York. every .
trixf tiiis rase occupied the entire day, friend. Mr. Harry Bonnethau occupiesthe Board of Public Instruction for the officer had-c\"cr done, why'did he not do r ;sch,Nellie,French;New York.' suit the aide, FERNANDINA same .day,arriving in 11 a,:

and resulted in a mistrial, the jury failing County of Duval-Slate of Florida: it when i he. made his first annual settlement CLXAKAHCES. SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON h tune to SALE. i ':ft
same position that 'he"fiIle so ably ? Aug. ii,itt; Dictator,'Vogel,charleston,S. C. FOR :
agree. LEMEN'-Tbe accounts of the I' ;
"; and satisfactorily at, the old place. It from'the coI1ector'sre.tums.. a CONNECT WITH NEW -YORK
-- late Superintendent 'and 'present Treasrer appears Ten'acres of land on the Ktnga-llrwl,only twomiles >,
r ;
:: Personal.. John Spearing will attend to his ,-Wi H.Christy, Esq.- were place there was paid Christy between' "the' I ,NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. STEAMERS. from lacluonvDJ*. This Iud I .!.#"'

1 duties here in the in the hands of the.Chairman of the Finance 4th day of JT6vembcr.1873. date oC, *
' Cnpt A. J. Bentley and left same gentle, pleasing ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE .'
family AGENTS: "<-i'n
; the passage of this resolution.and the J ., '
'thai has ,lready won him 'Committee on; Wednesday hat, E CURSIQN: .<
: tor the North by train on Wednesday.Mr. way and have been as carefully examined as 1st day of July, 1874, 16,007.18, the RAVENEL& CO..Charleston CULTURE OF SUGAR CANE AND1 "
so many friends. We wish them all I commission. this sum at 3 cent TO MAYPORT AND THE BAR. FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. 'I ,
J. II. IVme and family left for the-limited time at the disposal of your per BRAINARD & ROBERTSON Savamua.r "
the success their industry deserves. would is $180, and this is 'all that can be The Steamer FLORENCE will make an excursion Iud : '
committee The result
; the North yesterday on the Dictator. permit. of: as above'\ SUNDAY'6th inrt.' leaving Shipyard JEFFREY BRO.&SON.Fernandina., bbeautiruly located for BUILDING LOTS. 'Yo .\:
f ., ., ,. such examination is herewith,respectfully claimed for services :for Treasurer Wha U9 A.II. Returning:leave liayponazi3ur.w.TlcxITSrounhIti & nrice and terms,apply. tI '?'' : "% ,.'
: Mr. J. II. Norton and under resolution and I JEFFREYS IIRO.Jubcnm1Ia.It ';
. family left for In submitted. the we reccom- LH.WEBSTER ; ,
. Short. ? : ,, -. ,. ; $ijao Palatka.THROUGH ., at Wallace'Mai. -
mend this :amount be allowed Mr. J. ADAMS
Michigan yesterday; where his 'The Treasurer's accounts Exhibits !
on WAUACX. "
presence 01. letter cam ,,
y -
-lIon. J. T. Walls, will epeaV at Christy for services in full as Treasurer i Aug. 15,1874. it E.C.SOLLIEAgt. ITonda. '
No. TICKETS MID Jacksonville. :
was necessary to facilitate the settling Fernandina to-night. : to July 1st 1874. 1 GIVEN.Af -
of the estate of tie father of Mrs. Xor ... s3IC 1 ';,
-Last Wednesday is recorded as the endorsed as correct by a committee as Latest sty ton. Mr. : his Treasurer from the Collector .;.j
; Norton by industry, his follows on No.1: .-- ,-- ment of the ORRIS A. DZIALYNSKI
business habits and his devotion to and hottest day known in twelve years; ,' '" J'aCESONVILLE.1 July 0, t84. from August 1st, 1873.to July 1st,. 1874' _..'-._- "-. .l- ._--'-' -- ,.J.vz I 5 .S'9L .

labors for the welfare of this Stale and -The iron horse will soon supercede I We have examined the Treasurer vouchers from amounting to 1858134. ... r .. jTTOR SALE. :
on to forty-nine tat the above expenditure of Six, &k Exhibit E contains five items marked AUCTIONEER '
\- county, has made for himself an enviable the patient mule on the Tocoi Railroad 79. and find them correct and hereby approve the E, amouning'to'$261.08;'not elsewhere i 1 i ? BY A..J ROSS. '-

reputation as being one of the representative -Two,vessels loaded''with rail road same.(ISisned] .A.A. KKKWT Eesented."The other,items:in this ex- RETAIL PRICE" CURRENT.to : '" -t. '. ANDCOMMISSION In this dry.neighborhood between Pine first-lass and Laura, on'north within side one ChainnaB. Committee. CASH Ashley street >
men of Florida. People iron for the J. P. &M.' Railroad are, at RlCHAD Finance and C are placed on B MERCHANT block of the St.James Hotel and 350 feet from cne. 01" .,
Fresh Goihen Butter Ib--.
and C. This E is declaration ,per -.35C. the bcttbcaxding-houses in town,two two-story ''!1 '
at:the North with whom Mr. N. be the bar. At date Mr. Christy endorsed .paper, ; : y.: '
may a subsequent
of the Treasurer that he has paid three i SISTER FRAME: HOUSES, >*
thrown in contact" during his absence on this paper, six items in errorto --r.". ,. ir ,3" T 4 AJH kinds of merchandise received on cosnign-
-Ten per cent will be deducted bj bills 'for which he i* without proper meat and sold at auction or private sale. adapted to, single or double sfimium use. w8hmnrn
the credit of the Board amounting to Fulton Market 11Ia Each six. below in-
:; may rely on him to give a true and unbiased vouchers. chance or expense. having rooms ,
the city CollectoronalVtaxes for 1874paid : eluding two kitchens in I.attached so main house and "
j. statement of the advantages of Exhibit No. 4 is in the following words. Rip Coffe.-;,3>i Ibs fbr __.__ f 1.00Markaibo _.' jty description of goods entnnyed to me foam?* four above; six closets below and toot above, with y.6rep1ace ,
0 prior to November 1st. Exhibit No. 2 bears the following endorsement and to"wit disposed of.sX. in each room in main house. Each house'having
.>, Florida as the "Promised Land." : figures Coffee,3 Ibs Jbr__ "_. 1.00. J' 1 two front and tw back ram ant,and drive-'I
The Police Committee have decided Board Public Instruction to W. II. Christy Super- ; BEST FIGURE POSSIBLEto way on each side with piaasa across the entire boot .,
, Oscar A. Jlossey, Esq., of the firm JACXSOILLZ, FLA.. July.to.1874. intendent. Java Coffee.aX lbs tar..- *f*>\ extending round the corners twenty fcer to the front
that the Council have no cognizanceover We have eumined. the Treasures voucher from August'ist, 1873. To enrolling children in doors also round the entire L. with walk same height, ;
ofHnssey & owen; left for the actions of when off' one to ninety-nine fur the above expenditure 'of $7.' Dun county between four and twelve years of Layer Raisins,5 The lor....- i-oo the owner,and prompt and accurate returns mad piaaza.running thirty teet hack to the double wood-
: the North a policeman 696.02.'and find than correct and beieby approve the age.required by law,to the number olsP house Iuo fceu '
; on Thursday last. Mr. Hus- duty. same. '(95 cone per name._ .-- , .."_, 83 ia Macaroni,per Ib._,.., ocVereuceHa PALMETTO. BLOCK
*J will .I Signed] "A.A. KWCHT. Received payment A WELL OP GOOD WATER. 1jWj
purchase while at the North, a -* Chairman Finance Committee. H ,.,' --. .'..'*>c 57-sw3in :.EJa. sinkc
-This city's fire limits, are now KICHAJU CUTLOCK.j ;per > and pomp* within five feet of L,brick curb,and 'i
large and well selected stock of boots RICHARD KIHLOCH. Approved W H.Cmnrr. / attached,with-cementeddrain fifty feet to cess poe!. .

jr" &I d shoes for their largely increasing bounded by Catherine street on the East. .At a subsequent date Mr. Christy has Tbe law referred tom, the above paper Tapioca,per B.'. *,Se W.L. COAN, # These houses order are throughout within bIT, having feet ot been each other recently k*',
complete ;
\ trade. The firm and the city boundary.line on,.the West. made the following entry: .is Section 39 Chapter( 1686 of Sugar Cured Shoulders. ,per Dx:_._, u K c painted and repaird. The western one occupies a

> intend carrying heavy '.TUtoa 1Iaa 1am" 'i &rataw'l lit &vor of Board:1873,Sept.soth. T. H. Laws of Florida,'and reads 'as'follows: JUSTICE OF THE PEACE half lot-the eastern occupying the west half of a fail t' '
tock next Winter. a Livingston lime biU. f 21. Part of P. hood.. account Young Hy on Tea,per Ib .-- TSC.Oolong .. lot.upon which is-a lawn with orange peach and fig. ,
:, Like Uriah,of old, for lumber included in contract for OaUaiK In case the Tax Assessor fail to take the census of AMDNpTARY trees and grape vines all undo thritty gmwikv Aks .
'. Till Henry,like David,, T School;House S 22 the children as above provided in any year then the Tea.per Ib- --- TJC PUBLIC on north side Fonyth street; between Market and n ,
t. ,
I ) I County Superintendent of School shall perform that Liberty,a twoetoey..nd-s-balfboese of tbineallIOOIIIS.
Base BalL Invaded cbcOne Ltd." From Exhibit No. 1 Exhibit A hasbeen duty Imperial Tea,per Ui..... .. ...t.oo .. OfficilnSOLARYE built in 1870 by the present owner and occupied by hiss (
'" A very interesting of Base Ball showing Items j' ; BLOCX'. as a private residence, ..suty fees frontage on.- '
game of our auctioneers in alluding i compiled, thirty-two This paper is offered as a voucher for Gun Powder Tea,per Ib-' -.i>*> Forsyth street and fifty two and n half feat on Adams;
*" playtd on numbered irregularly up to forty-eight, in Exhibittfo. 2. If this is Mr: Corner BAY and PINE streets v-1ni1rmti nj fcgr wttht t
,, Thursday afternoon Iat to stump speakers: calls: them, Political I 283.10 distance be seleCtS tan ;
wtwecn two juvenile Clubs the, 2d being the wages of the thirty-two teachers Christy's bill, as it purports to be, why Oolong A No. I,per B .'.oo Jacksonville,) a. large cistern.'-- pantries clOMU and watet-
email lot of runmnre. AH
Tourists. I on three floors including a
"'ifleoftbe A who have been paid in full amountIng is it approved by him and receipted by .... c
Daval' and the Sea Foam,per cin- 3 the tiaDed property being sitnaud enhigti':
if 1st nine of -p1e J. P. & M. R. R., is now Issuing -j to 902629. With the accompany Richmond Kinlocb? And how can ;the J i: OKAHUMKEE, = as -., S
Jackson's. Five vouchers this has endorse. Pine Apples,4 can far- -1.- FOR AS ANY PART OF THE Crrr
innings were played excursion tickets to Fernandina ing paper our Superintendent ''make a bill :the statute HARRIS.EUSTIS AND GRIFFIN, HEALTHY

t// and the game resulted in the following ment as correct, and we recommend its expressly enjoins him to do delegate Peas,4 cans far..- '--- '" -.Ijft DIE rood awl; free circulation of air at aB times.WO,-
return for SL50.Green I for the SILVER SPRING be sou for CASH at a very low figure,as the owner in '
cart: acceptance amount,named there it to another whomfor hire the samestatute Tomatoes, cans ior.. '_ ,oo desirous of MUuC'up.. For particulars i apply to the I'

DUYAU. .- apples have appeared in our I prohibits from entering into a ,4 -4_ -, A. J. >
in.Exhibit Rher.ncs"
; other the OckUwihaOKAHUMKEE
: Aad Luufincs on .
B gives the accounts with the contract with the Board Mr. Kinloch Green Corn 4 cans fcr....n .1.- Jacksonville.Fbu,July i,18,4Also '. ',
market, about the size of bullets and almost .
BuJU.W sale null house ,,
u0uU. remaining teachers and janitors show. by same party,for or rent,two t
: frank" --el. 3 Is a member of the Board. And all other good to proportion at the store of r alba rooms each comer Laura and Church soects--
6 as ..
dangerous ing a balance due twelve .teachers of ,. .
,- Bisbee c 1 Section 28, of the law just reads: .' aDdtheSLJHaceL; -
3 6 '81,474.50 and credit. for $2- : "JOHN B- ROChE. AB the above named property k very desirable i Er
A- Meek 1st B. 3 6 -"Coming! through the Rye" is: ,the I claiming, ,No Board of Public Instruction shall hare power to Northern visitors. 7..wzmt'!) ,
; 446.87 paid them on account. To'this Into contract -with ol ill member* .except t .: .
enter any airy I,
F.WeiJer,2dB. late thing for taking a drink, but "when *
'2 6 I II particular attention is called. iir the purchase of a school site: J A L.Rio.Master "
I your
g.gobmson.aS. 3 6 the swallows homeward fly" is equally Of paper the first seven teachers named on this For these very obvious reasons .pay :1" --. .= THURSDAY Linen and duck suits Bucky sri? .
Will leave Jacksonvilk morning .
H.BuhopL.F., .. every
1 4. ,
appropriate.The paper, the Treasurer holds their receiptin ment of this bill should be denied. at 8 ':,, 'fiCARD.

herc&ft.erre:1 full and has given 'them due bills to In view of this section (20) ol the law, ,, : -. )!:> fi GEO. R. FOSTER AgeaiJacksonville. ": '' '
Collector will "
'U 34 city and Richmond .Fin.,July s. 1!,.! .
balance for the sum opposite their respective how could Jeffrey Grant ,

'. JACK80K8. ceive no evidence of city indebtedness j names at the left hand: These Kinloch, two members of the Board, be RENOVATED AND LOUIS EMILE MOURGEON, On and after the first of November '

E .. Out*. Eunt. in payment of taxes, except warrants' due bills or, orders are drawn on the employed as teachers contractors, jobbers CARPETS ,.

aae) Pi '. 2 2 and past due coupons; I'. Collector'or upon ,Mr. Christ' in person and carpenters, as their bills show Mrde to look Eke new. ,Abo. From Paris.Wand France I,(lately eataNishmaiit Foreman of)the Staten SELECT PRIVATE BOARD ,"

: C.D&wklns.C.. 2 21Odges.1stB. I be canbot state which. From the they were, without a plain violation of NEW DYEING AND SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT K
2 2 "Why have fans resembled the horse succeeding five, no receipts were taken the statute the'obvious intent meaningand UPHOLSTERINGof can be and in tan family of Colonel A.M. IOMS.i

-.Taylor 2d B. 2 2 Goldsmith Maid, during the last week ?i though it is known, a portion of them at spirit of which was ,to keep the kinds done. lithe best manner.' 1MIia'cI Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel' 'a and Murdoch Washington.. H_." Futiyth' street, between Libeny,. -.?.

; .Wnrtesa.SdB. 2 1 have least have had the d. For members free from all Interested. sinister 'W. H. SHERMAN Lace Curtains, ,._ .
Because been money charg
J. Fljnn they on the go and Cbr.Laura and Church streets,Jacksonville 71*. Lace Sbaw?. S DAY BOARDERS t t
. S.S. 2 the item of of motives in their transactions. Observe deaned and dyed. '
thirtieth flOO, a receipt and other fine fabrics most carefully ,
\ J LSbadLy. .f 3I made the fastest time on record. 25.00 is offered in,full; the following how nicely this provision of law. 43-Orders left with Fn, hgoO. Senedkt &Co.,i" ,FORSYTH STREET between Ncwnan and-Mar.ket .sarJs&ctorQy For father-ca.i-_.d.1III'd. 'this office.. *r ton. ,
I, -BargeMRr. -.1 3i -The Common Council.has instructed I item, 250. there is no voucher for; the was carried out. Mr. Bntoch Is 'a with Your orders R. P.arerespectnilry Moody will receive solicited.prompt i-:.swyn.Tmnks streets. A. I ONES at -' -.'

j Messrs. P. A. Lyman and C. O, Livingston next item is correctly Vouched for; the teacher himself; his wife; Mrs. Kinloch FURNISHED' HOUSE izpani t ;.. E4-."*.i. .
15 17 J last Item the Treasurer offers a full receipt was Principal of Oakland School, Mr. and valies at Bucky's. FIR5TJ' J i- *
DanW GtmularJ.H.'ortoo
to make the used : ft. ,
tenpin C.Grndcy. fleming
buildings as A sDlvu.LRFOR. Mayor J. ,
t u.e. Porter Scorer. C. Whistler, of,29.( from the party for there Grant is a teacher and his wife also. \t. .- *_

: ; i alley and ice house respectively; is no evidence of there being to exceed Now the question comes up to the Board NOTICE. SALE ckkPoniile. ,/II. .. ofS

: Ul i fireproof. 'I I 250 due.; .It remain for the Board to about the proper time *0' open thescboo1 I wJ.cksonviBe.FaDDIUJI's.Fla..Jv.Iy S._&1874.T. Co, '. ., /4- .

" .ad-Tbe Bewmronning mlong; the mao- -Yes for instance who can fall to i decide -what if any deduction shall be September 10th,Judge Knight Depositors 1 in the JscksonviCe Branch of the ah don will MIl hu residence an Adams Street near the -11 WOOD a III .
school be k1
made oftered resolution that this reqaested to bring .
portion ofBay on this account of 2,446.87 a Compaay arc == st.Jaww sad OTlmnci NatiORSIHOtcIS. -
4 street are being give Brigham Young credit for not having and this boob this Branch ce..M" be "
vln this connection it UlIoYleem'propert : opened November lit, argued. 0 s.SANFOJlD
: .
: b.hariS
A.with the verified and property aiiiZ .tWOODABICXt
sewers running intruded himself into other families -there was "ApplJectJ.C-Cauurr. ',' ," IcTUus
state there are accounts presenter wu sufficiently early, as: no To'; a '
lIymlcralIbeCo-- ,
-ceari U ': ... fr. March 6.'s"4hrtId' I1.ES, :
Pine; :: as some.men have t Detroit Free fret between the Superintendent and the money In the Treasary, this motion was .I ,.JW, SW ,, i.I. ," :1" ." .,J .4.1'. ". ...".j j. ,
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