The new South

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The new South
Uniform Title:
New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Adams, Carruth & Co.
Creation Date:
August 22, 1874
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note:
"Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).

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: : The Chinese excels all and its rind rtb < Dai ,I. 4rt.
THE flEW SOUTH. orange sweet;' maturity'is Jesspungen.th3n.onr Und iea: ROFESaiONAL, ..... '
othersin delicacy fruit,,whose juices ordinary oranges'. I l'+just been'learning Jsi' of life 1 .CARDS. Ac. '. I 'I. MBCXLLAMEOU3.jTlyTELLONVILtfi,! .,. ['GROCERIESAND. .PROVISIONS.- ', .. .H..:....-::',

PUBLISHED EVERY SAXURDA WEDNESDAY' AND most abundant, sweetest and then have remarked, however;that we have TU ad,sad lesson 01"i! i i4 F. COtCqRD ;1 .0, J. [ ; '"

OfSVJSSCKlfTlOlfiSunW t highly perfumed: ';: itt rindI.'is also 'some vaiietieslics i : .rind! is'.very And att of its powers'- ; tat pleasure .11. ;.. '. .. HOUSED, :llt MP9i'rth4 TO' &V YBODY'WI r .'
ftlvays smooth' thin thick and acquires certain "Been slowly'and sadly'proVlcg': '. -- ,\ .
: seining a sweetness, Successor to Hid*and Skin"business ofJ. "
kkKLT,nail ubtcribtn.f j 50 per mnim.nveor And all that's left of the bri*>C.bright dream, ''I, lit you wiska.gtnula*artJckiath..way of.CIM. *_. .
lIOn C PIes. $3,00 each: and M ektfa copy thit it isdetachedwjtbdiflicu1tjron' when the fruits hang uponthe; tree ,as With to thousand Vrilliikpluuts : : ...H. CROWrELtL, .! : MELLONVILLEORANGfc. COUNTY FLA. -
.ffl be sentt.*snail*.ery subscribers duD 4ie*, received Jti M time.WisELY. Teatopics i he pulp; this, is a fature of, this late as' the-'month of.August. This Is'n handful of dust,to a:6ofli'bld--, .. I . "!, I Win**,Liquor*,ft*..,go v' .:
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l'*. 1.60,. v rlety. The Chinese comes with edible rind is A ct-ffia under daisies'* "'" .1, Come Bay ad Ocean strejts. :, ; J. .TOOVI.. '
'i.FS eachf wy: copies.. > Thr copt1ft.'I40 orange orange only worthy the ""- -17' L I. KITE, i'toprletor. I .e *... **v % : .
Oda. -. from seed like, ,that t'oc: ,the: Portugal, of cultivation in order to complete The beautSAj'be.ud/ul daisies; 'I''iIhest ash pricit,paid '..,Hid*. n a...Furs, : I' ,. .?-:.:... l : "- .
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WkfKLT, >i,tj per Inch or..lew,first !m rtloit" each ordinary> orange., It has regularly bne Citrus'anrantinm unense decumannm(frnctn I -Is.luve a sorrow,proving, H>: Au' 'at L.iw and U.S. _mT.P Notary hb c:. ,FERNANDINA, FLA. .' Billiard, J.8.TOGW3 Saloon' ,Bay......
tlbee4Ut1h1"',enoft. 75 wm*. i thorn at the side of the bud, but sometimes omnium maximo, medulla dulci.: .'. There arc RiD aaay sorrow&l pungs te fcfc. L. ROBINS0N.&co., -' ..... -..'* ..1".v .:. :. ) : ....:: .;.,;..i. ;!_ .
Sfirttt AWfrr w cents per line.TBKKS .. there come individuals' from Granger pompelmons. I' But the saddest of alHsloyinfj,( J I .SAII ELT.' kiDDEu; Projrutor. ', "
t CAM M ABVArtc.Address seed which lack" thorns. ,The life of aome I Is w nelhaa deathj{ REAL ESTATErtND: INSURANCE BROKERS :- .' ..t.//111-
The citrus 'decumana has beei1"often' ; .
ADAMS CARRUTH &: CO., For Fate a high waU oft raise*. Agency The'Manhattan'Life': Insurance Company of ai-endth surbathg. Imported Basso Ale on draught. Call for If at J.B -
l -- -laduonvUle Florida. I, reports, under) the name of aurantiumfitttrtst confounded with the :pemum Adam, And far better than life with two hearts estranged', New,York. 'Magnificent drive of eighteen mOe*on the',_ :_ **u j: ,
:\ : II I or lemon matttsfoioat. species these two'varieties being both) of very Ia low 'tarrarbe wuh dalal**., Assets 17-1"1-J"21 900946313. Undivided surplus$$1,666.636.9 Atlantic beach. Too.'lI'S., h.U t a Bi11Iard.SIO-.t-

TREATISE ON THE CITRUS. of orange which }Js found :at Ambolna, great size;; ,they.have been.; called, in* : beautiful' ,.bcutIfu1. -'. 4a1sI1,: .,", '" ,.4SrRefreshIng: .sea brectes. ,- ,. : j..n-, .1J 1'
and which does not differ 'from' ours distinctly, by the,.narJ.e' fkcutana orJttumattufwhicti Tbe. IDO-. .,'IICIWYJ.-. '.. BETTES, .. ; ''.
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He that-the .INHE: .
Ollt HOMB JotlKMAt ANb RfKAt 5OtjtHLWDoeW- zap tree grows higher signifies ten times 'And so'tx! better we livM is;'cmd., : ; '';.*; -.- 1.'l <" ...r ':'.: u .

QrI the French* for of which OBOKOB: Journal OALLR&IO.they Were We translated tommend from the and more rounded than the sour greater (derived from decent.) They The Summer of love together. PHYSICIANAND. SURGEON. ,"-'}! .... ., ) .' : i

JOVUHAL M iiUnnsicallr! Valuable and epcvLlly..di.pcdt orange, a difference found also amongus present, however, traits so entirely And that on.of us tired and lay' down! to rest JacbotlYilIe.l fla. 'BOARD: .. .ThORWAkDINGPJCOMMISSrONrDflAN': .t'R Ioi

.Southern need ; that its leaf, furnished with a single different that the first (the citrus) must Ere the coming of wintry w ath*; Orricx HOVM-From S till 9 a.m.and la till t p.m. Per day,. . '. '2.50 : ..ts.:s
CHAl'1'ttt IlL For the saddest of love Is love cold Per '; "
grow Omc AMD RniDtMOH-Coracr Ocean and MonroeseetL week fromStoii.oo '
thorn is and that its
long winged, be the varieties and
AnflCtttV.OF placed among And'tis one of Its surest phazet,j : 6-7-6m Satiaiactor/arrangement mad with unfiic*. '. .
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THE SWEET ORANdll.t.itrue fruit, round and large, is of a balckishYftft he, second (the pontunt) ,among hy- So I bless my lot;tho' with breaking heart, : ; : :
in color, and the juice sweet and brids. The aurantium decumanum is' For that grav cn-starr'd With datles, AER & MARKENS, Fin livery accommodatl AJplALI4, .. ".... ... !

alba aurAntium folio tinense alato flare fruciu ico andr ", vinous. He adds that there is a second the same as' the HMO detumanus of, The beautiful!,beam UUI daisies, B Open after. June tst under. above terms'U- im.'. ROCERIEa. PROVISIONS. '.' .GRA'nfi
corclla petiole globo&ooureo "
variety with smaller fruit and The snowy,snowy daisies. HAY, ..
medulla dulci. Rumphius, and the malus aur n/la.. STRICTLY WHOLESALE GROCERS SECARS. .aetL'f

Granger a fnlit doux. sweeter in juice ; and a third whose r/I/U omnium maximo et suavissimo of -. JL/TETROPOUTAN/ HOTEL Sol Agent for Florida forAvtrffl's .-', t!" -

The sweet fruited orange presents a tree grows extremely tall, and of which Sloane. It is a true orange, bears Ancestry."They JACKSONVILLE FLA.43GOO& CKemlcar Paint and '_' >1t*'' %
the flower and fruit are both much fruit but which has who on length of ancestry 4 arIte. at SaTannaU and Charleston JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. '
treat number of marked varieties, and enormously large Produce their debt instead of their discharge." price j ** 4 '
sub-varieties. Amongt the varieties larger than ordinary oranges. We all the traits of the orange. It appears 4 '9-Jm White'Patent 11 oaty. 1fra ;,
few search in the of the .
They rool tree : tS
win remain-open during the Summer far the accommodation Agent lbr'- : : --J :!;:,, ,
there are two which have the fea. would have to examine them in nature that in India this variety presents a for those fruits which tic: branches & KOOKER : "rt' :
before we could decide whether they of sub-varieties NORTON of the travelling public and citUtns generally.Prices STEAMS*.LIZZIE BAKER, a ".. :, -
tures of the type. The first is the numerous gradation ought to produce, and too often resemble ... -- -- .. ,
sweet or Portugal belong to the European variety or not. which are described chiefly by Rum- REAL ESTATE DEAlERS corner Ocean and Bayitrtets VOLUSlA.1. -
common orange : I ; potatoes, of which the best ,Jacksonville, Florida Greatly Reduced. ; .. r'-,Tria
tihus sinense vl' are fructu globose, NO. XXXII. phius in his Herbarium Amboiense, part is under ground. Money loaned on Real Estate security. General AMB
k Life and Fire Insurance and dealers 1 la Pine ; :,;/TJ
Agents -
I p co,1icecrasso, etc.-Gall.! Syn. The Citrus aurantiura: hierochuclicum fructu and of which are probably hybrids Pedigree is the boast of those who Lands.Plantations,&c. Springfield suburb a specialty.: RATE PER DAY, $ .50 Van Brunt&: Bro's.. Line Sailing. Packets, .. '
second is the Chinese orange : citrus sanguiueo, 'crossed with the bigaradier, citron and have nothing else to vaunt. In.what Correspondence solicited. 3 aSswtf FROM NEW YOU ':" 't: *'a". "-

durattium sinensf/ruffu globoso cor- Oranger a fruit rouge. lemon. This author describes some respect after all, are the} superior to and liberal terms by the week and month. ; t "

It t ejtelenuissrno.' etc.-Gall. Syn. The red fruited orange is one of the of which the fruit is red and sweet ; the humblest of their neighbors ? B. C. DREW, tw16-aas Bay Street.Jacksonville JlcridiVfF yF .:

"; It is useless' to search out whether most singular of the varieties. Its others which have sour fruit and edible Every man's ancestors double at each J "- TABLE BOARD AT REDUCED RATES- Jr :.: ,

nature has created originally the first, carriage,its leaf, its flower, all are ex rind ; and others with insipid fruit remove in geometrical proportion, so ATTORNEY AND AIRBANKS : : .

f. of which the rind is rather thicker, actly like the ordinary orange ; its aud bitter rind. Sloan also confouudshis that after only twenty generations, he COUNSELLORATLAWOffice The patronage of the public respectfully solicited. :. ,.: : \. .

or if it is only d variety of the second ; fruit is distinguished by a blood color orange with the apple of Adam, has above a million 'progenitors. A in the new Freedman s Bank Bu3dngcorner! DBAIBK. IX 3 .

therefore we shall take one for the which develops gradually, as if spasmodically and after having reported* it to be the duke has no more; a dustman has no Pine.. .and.ANUBSWS.Forsyth Streets,Jacksonville,.Fla.I. C..oil." April asth. 1774' J. B.TOGNI, Proprietor.4-5SW3nT GROCERIES AND PROVI5IONs: '.

type and this shall be the aurantium in flakes. When it beginsto malus aurantia fruttu rotundo, maximo X-IV ;;..,1: .
I vulgar, and we will put the auran mature it is colored like other pallescente memanum caput excedente less.A river generally becomes narrower T 'f. tH.J. BAKER, Gent'furnishing goods low at Bucky's. STREET. J -4i: ,rc,

I hum sinense at the head of our vane oranges J little by little spots of color of many botanists, which is true appleof and insignificant as we ascend to its -' .' ,.

ties; they are eight in number. The appear in its pulp ; as it continues to Adam, he reports it to be the malus source. The stream of ancestry, on J' ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. FOR SALE OR RENT-COUNTRY. 'Always keeps on hand I. -i. ,.;, -

type is the first ; the second is the mature, they progress, become deeper, aurantia utriusquc India, fructu om the contrary, often vigorous, HAY, CORN, ATS.1\RAN"CROtmh.i.-\ '

Chinese orange ; the third is the red and epd by tinting the whole pulp, nium maximo et suavissimo of Pluken, and powerful at its fountain head pure, OHIO' : Reed's Building, HOTEL AND ORANGE GROVEFOR FEED, PEAS, CHICKEN FEED ) ""J,, .

fruited orange ; the fourth i is the and show upon the exterior of the which is the true pcmpelmons, Lin. usually becomes more feeble, shallow i-iy Jacksonville.Florida PORK SHOULDERS,,LARD. BACONva. :..

dwarf5weet orange ; the filth is the rind ; this is rarely ever entirely covered naeus, who wrote after these authors and corrupt as it flows downwards. .JAUIS II...Ut... BUTTON J.BAKE*. SALE OR RENT.We HAMS, .,. .-

olhc shaped' orange ; the sixth is the with the color but this occurs also unites them under the same name Some of the ancient families, whose win rent for the season or sell on easy terms, FISH, FLOUR .. 'J .
the seventhis sometimes if the is allowed to and to indicate the of HOMINYMEALRICE. ; '1- '3 .
double flowering orange ; orange appears apple origin is lost in the darkness of anti- ..
the sweet orange with the edible hang beyond the month of May. The Adam in the malus aurantia fructumaximo quity, and into whose Hungry maws H.B-. THE ALA CHACOor ORANGE HOUSE, HECKER'S FLOUR. FARINA ". ,'

rind the is the red fruited is multiplied only of Sloane, and the pompel ARCHITECT. .BUTTER CHEESE APPLES ONIONS,.. ,. ':- -
; eighth pompelmons orange the tide of patronage is forever flow I Near Mellonville Orange Co.. Florida.. POTATOES, SUGARS. SYRUPS, ,' .:.
The by grafts. It bears few seed and theyare mons in that: of Meist. All this .
hybrids are very numerous ; we proves be MOLASSES COFFEES9- -
hive already put two at the end of the usually bad. This proves to be a that there exists an orange of extraordinary which has many mouths and no discoverable i NURSERY ATTACHED. TEAS, ,COCOA, -. ..;: ..
tW36-lg2WS.ICS .d6H1f1in..FUrida.TT7M. "
big r:1dcrs.: : because this species predominate monster, due to fecundation. If it size, sweet-juiced and whose head.It ? SNUFF. -.. : 1'
in their vas a of species it would hwe: hybrids and varieties are THIS PROPERTY IS MOST ELIGIBLY OILS, SOAPS, -
characters: two type so multiplied
; is double "
a shame for a man to & ARTHUR A. BIRNEY, LOCATED-I3# miles from the Steamboat STARCH TOBACCO .
others are ranged with the citrons, more seed, and would reproduce itself that they carry confusion even into its have derived distinction from his pre. Landing on Lake Monroe. WOODEN-\VARE,. BUCKETS, ... -t

and three with the lemons. We shall from them. Its branches are thorn. denomination. This orange cannot decessors, if he bequeath disgrace to ATTORNEYS -, BASKETS, BROOMS, SPONGES, TUBS, -

only give three hybrids after them less ; its fruit is sweet; but not so sweetas belong to the, .auranihim maximum of his posterity. FOR INVALIDS THE CLIMATE CANNOT, BE .

1\e, iu which the orange traits are the China' orange, whose skin is "crraris? ** which seems. .**- *to-+ *be--'r a *hybrid-* ,''H r-ldie honor**n th bw*,' .- .'__ .-' ; 4J'S.T'REET..,. NO., '330-: .SUkPASSED-.while hInes so many advantages no part M of the Florida growei cos.' ", GOODS oFz zRrXIND" NEVER $
iery pronounced. The first Is the finer, and the juice more'su ar>,. The nw' orang s;and of which) the pecuiarities Do but degrade\ the r wearers more, WASHINGTON CITY. of TROPICAL FRUITS. YTIlING' ,
flowered the red fruited orange is cultivated at are altogether special. It is As sweeps whom May-day trappings pace, -
oar luce orange ; sec- Show ten times blacker tnan before.AFFECTATION. .
'If not sold before the FIRST MONDAYIn MARCH at TH ,. t
cod is the variegated lime. or the Malta and in Provence ; it is also cui. the same as the aurantium indicum R. A.rATTison. A. a. MIIK.TTISON next,the property will on that day be offered at public: : AND PROVISION !
white) fruited orange. The third uths tivated in Liguria by amateurs and maximum vulgo pompelmons, that .-To strive to appear & MEEK sale to the highest FLEMING bidder. Apply& DANIEL to FORAGE. : LINE.jJI :;
It is well observe that Volcameris describes and it is mixed P FOR CASH -
ccdsmen. to SELL <
rayed Use or the Turkish orange: : ; what we are not and never can be, Attorneys, '.
with variegated, 1 Icif. I have seen all the botanists who have described with the apple of Adam in that des is to make ourselves ridiculous in the ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office Jacksonville Florida. AnnA? 'MCAffNSD .

rJJWY: sub-varieties which belong to the oranges of India, have often remarked cribed under the name of pompelmons.It eyes of all worthy people. One of Oct#hr I,1171- tf LOWEST'POSSIBLE FIGURES: ':* .

tlcce hybrids ; but I judge it to be that the varieties were distinguished is apparently the same as the the surest and easiest ways for a man:' ReQua's building]Jacksonville.: All shades of braids and chignon at Bucky's.' THE ""O

useless to describe all ttewi sub-divi- by a vinous pulp : medulla aurantium fructu maximo of Miller, to become a nonentity is to sink Merchants,Loggers, Hotels,Boarding House,and' --

dons, of which: the accessory traits rir.os4.-Rumph. It appears very since this author describes two species, his individuality by trying to be p E. JOHNSON M. D., FOR SALE. Families ars Invited to examine my goods sadprlcn.,'" "
add nothing new to tb i race. Everyone probable that it ic this same blood and seems to indicate the apple of somebody else. Affectation in any .1.4 HOMOEOPATHIC THE HIGHEST, CASH PRICES -' u 4

who has seized upon the principles color that distinguishes our red crange Adam under the name auranlium de- form is the product of ignorance or PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. VERY CHEAP! '* -

of my theory. can class; them which may be meant by this word cutnana,. I am ignorant whether this weak-mindedness ; whether it be displayed Three mall Farms, near Lie City Nail rAID'tft F01 COUNTRY rXODCCX OF ALL RIND. -' aW -
If that should be red tree in Europe or is cultivated Office north side of Bay Street,la Dr. Robinson'snew :
when vinosa. I
nccestary, and report them to our grows in the lady, desti- block east National Hotel iggti :
the princftal l variety to which they be I orange is originated in India, and may there. I have several times visited ute of natural refinement and wanting ONE OF TEN ACRES & WH1TLOCK. ';,.'

long. I have also regarded as unnecessary very well be a hybrid of citus auran- he gardens cf Italy and of Spain in in culture, who affects, somebodyelse ANNO, Cleared land;no other improvement Successors to Thof.A.Wi1IsODt.1 .'

to give room in the synonymy 'Jam vulgar and come one of the search of it, in which it was said'to be in conversation manners, or inhim W.v; ONE OF TWENTY ACRES. and .uuu. I ..I.:!) ,

to a great number of singularraces ; pecics of that country. found; but it has always been the apple who on the rostrum, or worse ATTORNEY-AT-LAW fruit About trees fifteen; underdraincd a.'TCIIA cultlvrtlon;.clay subsoil goo grape; one of vines the best GRAIN. FLOUR AND'Afanufacturers FEED ',:,n: ,'..

which are mentioned in modern xo. XXXIII. Adam that was shown to me. I have, still in the sacred desk the emi place for gardening. 'J'. 'l. ;
apes Office,In Reed'* Block, Bay Street, of ., t. ,, ._,
however of these fruits > .
books, without having their traits Citrus aurantium sinense pumilum! ructu seen one nent who stand in those places. We
well ascertained ; they do not exut Juki. brought from America, preserved in have seen it illustrated- the junior Jacktomifo,F,ril". About woods;four on KIngs acres road in cultivation CALL AND balance sn.: .good pins CORN MEAL,HOMINY, CRACKED ,. *:;t .a-' :

in Italy or Provence and not in Spain Oranger naia a fruit doux. spirits of wine at the museum of the clerk of a store who 'talked to the C.C. COLLINS, St. CORN. RYE MEAL GRAHAM J ",
&: BASNETT, Dealrr in Real Estate.Witschen's Building Bay
"where I have vainly sought for them ; The dwarf orange with sweet fruit Jardin[ des Plantes at Paris. Its sizes customers as if he owned the whole CALL .' "J."

I believe that they arc either imagi. was still exclusively known in Chinaat really extraordinary ; I have never establishment ; in a'small writer who LAW, TJ EALTH, WEALTH, FLOUR,CRACKED WHEAT,&c., '..,

nary varieties: or Indian species, unknown the middle of the 17th century. seen an apple of Adam which ap. spoke of Thackeray as afellow labor SCROLL SAWING & WOOD TURNING ..* -

Europe. Some botanists have Ferraris says that it was not cultivatedat proached its volume. Its external er; in a musician of little merit, who Orncc-In Reed'BuMlng.tip stairs. -AND- TO ORDER. 'u

formed species from the presence or ab. the Philippines, and that the Chi. I rind is smooth and colored like an ostentatiously mourned for the lamented -IT. IACKSONV1LL F1aC. '

sence thorns 11I1I'nermli. Lour. F. nese carried numbers of them to Ma. orange of which it has exactly the Parepa, saying We of the RECREATION Wood Sawed, Split, and Delivered i :; -.!

Con.) I have already) observed that this nilla. It is to be supposed that it has (orm. I am ignorant of the internal profession have suffered a great loss." H. SUMMERS Cod rLo d.: "' .

part which is natural to the orange, is been since naturalized in Europe. I rind and of its pulp, but the descrip- And so on,,'and so, on., ,When will ,4 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW LANDS fUR by ,. _

sometimes lacking to individuals com found itamongtheHesperidecofVolcaraerius tiqns of Rumphius and of other botanists" the pretentious person. learn that: : ; ORANGE GROVES COLONIES Ross'Block.Bay,Street.opposite our Mitt and. Wear*
ing from cxtraordinary fecundation.The and it appears to be reported teach us that there exists many without merit to support him, he affords Auo NOTARY. S.PUBLIC CIRCUIT AND COURT.COMMISSIONERU. FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS, 24 CXSONYJLLE.FLA."_ (..".. ;. ") _
phenomenon, which is analogousto by Miller in his Dictionary, where varieties, of which some have sour one of the most lamentable instances TOWN ; .
that of the deprivation of hair, hc gives two varieties oid'arCorange, fruit and others sweet. I am inclinedto of human folly on record ? Office., Folk's bulJdIDI- LOTS., T. A. WiLso.is66 w.A..WIIJnOC1.l! "

which distinguishes sterile of which is said have fruit.It think the specimen at the museum and .
beings in one : to sour Soon, we ,hope, for his, own .....
the! animal kingdom forms a trait is unknown in Liguria and in Prov belongs to these latter ; those with society's sake. P.r.FLXUtXC.naJo"XG.FLEMING. J.]. DAXUlJ FOR SALEON SANFORD'S GRANT. 'RAVINGS .BANK. ,--I :- -

which often sour fruit seem to be distinguished bya "
accompanies the most ence. & DANIEL
select varieties ; but it does not itself NO. XXXIV. pale yellow color, which is very unlike ADVERSITY.-Advershy is very of. [ Sanford. : ,. .i'?*

constitute a variety ; therefore I do Citrus aurantium sinense ructu olivcformc the beautiful gold color of the ten a blessing in disguise,':which by ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. I JACXSOMVIUX BIAKCJS. t 1'<,..f
give the thornless dulci medulla et cortice. fruit preserved at the museum. ,Mil SALE OR RENT, ,.
pot orange a placein from .earth and drawing FOR 1 Individual, ..
detaching us Omca: Reed'Block,corner Ocean and Bay Street : ON LAKE MONROE. Deposits of any amount received from
my table of here. Oranger a fruit oliveforme a ecorce et jus ler declares that this orange was Fla. .
oranges is toward heaven, gives us in the as- business irma and societies, en which Interest wilt b *
brought from the Indies by Captain I.I'A. '
of abundant ,. -0.- (
VARIETIES-NO. XXX. surance lasting j joys,.an allowed >
The dwarf orange with olive-formed : Chadock. This be true of the
Citrus aurantium sinense vulgate: fruciugjoboto may recompense r for. the loss, of transientones. A. KNIGHT, Two new Cottage near the Steamboat Landing at 'Deposits senl'Dy enDless, la enmntor &m .rl
fruIt is- still exclusive
a variety to but it is not of the
appleof .
pompelmons, .
cortice crasso, medulla dulcl, vulgo Whom ,theijxrd loveth hechasteneth. I SANFOltD. .- by mail,la postal money orders and bank draft*. t .
China. Ferraris of it
Portugal. speaks as a Adam. We have already seen that "
Many a mtn in losing ATTORNEY AT LAW ALSO, l( :. Tb.Bank Es daily from A.xj:to*F.x.-aJso1
which known in that open 9
Granger fruit doux was only this latter which
a ou de Portugal. species race, certainly resembles his fortune has found :himself and '
his time. I Including HOME LOT of .twenty acres.a deslrab on Saturday evenings. for'depo iu only from 6 to S 1 .
The at am ignorant the in size and ,
Portugese orange or the sweet country pompelmons been ruined into salvation ; for though No. a Hoeg Block up stairs; ..
fruited whether it has been naturalized sincein which attaches itself it with large dining-room detached o'clock. .: 434tsyiw
common orange, is a tree to by numerous God 'demands the whole heart which two-story house ,
which Europe or not. I have not found: it gradations of varieties has been acclimated 35swIy I JacksonTflle.Fla.f J 1w, ;.
grows prodigiously tall when it we < could not give,him i when we shared Suitable for a Boa unehouse. .
comes from in botanical work. Its fruit is no in Europe for than five 'g,;( 6 -
seed. Its leaf is any more :
green, it with! he will; )1 yer reject -+ L, ROBINSON, '. H. L. DeFOREST DOBBINS, 0.'
and rests upon a winged petiole ; its larger than the European or Spanish: centuries. It is probable that the the broken one, which ,we offer Himin Apply A.N. -I 2- .'
olive and it is that the islands received it from Asia : : Sanfbrd Fla. ". '
sprouts are whitish ; its flower is entirely ; English our hour of sadness and reverse. ,ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. .. ,'.."" '717,173- ,.sod' I GUNSMITH LOCKSMITH.. "- i. .-. 1'
white, very odorous, but not rind is sweet and the juice sugary.NO. but certainly the Spaniards, who have Misfortunes are m ral bitters, ;which PUBLIC. and COMMISSIONER .' '."u.- "
equal to the flower of the bigarade ; its XXXV. acclimated it upon the continent, freqtiently"r store the healthy tone of Also U.,S. CIRCUIT COURT.. MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.SA- 'AND GENERAL. JOBBER,*

fruit is regularly round, sometimes Citrus aurantium sinense fore seml-pleno, brought it only from Sapin, where it the mind, after it has been cloyed and Office:No.:a Masonic Block. "-iv THE Corner Bay and HoeD Streets,' "'**>K>*Qfi .
flattened, and sometimes rather oblOng fructu soepe foetifcro, medulla dulci. was cultivated by.the Arabs. sickened by the sweets'of prosperity.The BLOCK '' .{ +Jf --

] > ; its rind is of the thickness of Oranger a tteur double et semi-double! son- NOTE BY TRANSLATOR. have saveral Individuals spoilt children,of.tbe4 world l like RICHARD :MCLAUGHLIN, FRANK GREGORY Proprietor., JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA. .. '.,..'h..
three to four thousandths of an inch vent portant un fruit, dans 1'autre, a jus doux. of the pompelmons. It is in appear. : AGENT PRICE LIST.. -o-- ..
; their juv vile namesakes, ;are generallya ,REAL ESTATE -t.ti
the exterior is of a red-yel'ow! and The double flowered orange is a va ance an orange, three times larger than the others Twelve Later Beer Tickets fcr.It o*. SEWINGMACIIINES.CLEANED 1 AND,, "
smooth and and source: of unhappiness to acbar.viZfrFZ.rfIa. : Cooler. '.
ordinary ,
contains much riety which is distinguished (Irom ordinary polished externally Scuppernong SJ REPAIRED.I : :
white aroma ; the interior is multiplicityof of a light orange tint. Thr interior nnd U without being happy themselves An sorts of Real Estate!bought and sold; Money .Invested ,Lime Juice Punch...;;...._. -.....-.,.....- i3. , -
only by .
insipid cpttonny and light ; oranges rather thick whitish, the pulp is very rich and .- S- I ;Taxes paWl Title examined. Ice Cream Punch.... ... -.,,,..... .$. -. -o
the lobes are nine in number, or petals, which enlarge the flowers at juicy extremely agreeable in taste, even when Rims BT'Fmau9MOiftc.Wailam Astor- r-q.. ,Muk Punch-..I i.- 'a,. ORDERS FROM TIlE COUNTRY PROMPTLY, .
Ieven sometimes, containing a sweet the expense of the sexual parts which not fully ripe; very peculiar and 'refreshing; ADDRESS-IS::: generally, a string of New yki.Ex; or. A. G. Curtin. Bellefcnte. Pa.; Runt Punch.....-.._.......-.... *5. ATTENDED TOol' ; ( !-"'
*nd refreshing ce, which extremely they lack. I have never seen them a kind of sub-acid, but preferred by 'some to fulsome compliment* ,!lavished upon Lewis H. RedDer., .Ambler Philadelphia Banker: W.,Jacksonville.Stoke Boyd Fja| ., Brandy Punch.... *S- I I 'I'_.__;.._- f) :'. ,

Peable ; the seeds are white and entirely uble ; one' individual thatI the orange proper; The lobes are rather every:King, president or individual in Philadelphia Henry Tucker:Dc.G.,Boston.Mas*. 3-sB-iy.pd 'Whisky Punch.." ... ';.r....;;.._- *5- SATISFACTION ,GUARANTEED
small and numerous j the seed very numerous; 'in ord'er1tosSsure' : him of Caret f>ra-l,._..-r,-- -'<_.- ...' '*S- .. *
bears semi-double authority; : ,"
oblong; they germinate readily and possess only.. the seed iand rind ) bitter. The : ..___. .. -' "'
are slightly .u.lathf. -- -- I' SiCI k.
and exclusive W.EARL, --- r olbla 1 .. 4 .
the personal; ...
reproduce their flowers. I: have remarked that this particular, R. ; 'h
regularly species with fruit keeps admirably, either on or off the PLAIN DRINKS is CENTS -
little irtriation. There is a variety variety often gives 1 fruit containing tree. ,I consider it a very, desirable variety. veneration in which: he is held by thos ;PRACTICAL, Imported Ginger Ale,Bass').Iea Dublin Stout Cordial Olt 'SAL-E" !.w..
without another inside of them. This and' it for own use altogether. who bejpg'the very obedient i humble! *.&CO. 6-47 swim F
thorns ; It is multiplied chiefly phe. .preserve, 'my ,. AND PAPER HANGER.' : :_ ".'F'S' ,
by is In all .,_ o' servants of circumstances would pay PAINTER House located lntn.OrycfJacksoiwiU
T grafts; and is seen everywhere that nomenon frequent monstrous I- Spring Caisimere suit*lor sal*at&ckfa.; A .and' Lot beautttully I' A .
this mode of propagation is followed. varieties, and in hybrids.NO. A Kentucky man, while'drunk, or equal homage to .Jack'Ketchiihe: I Having decided'.to reside here permanently b* I .. ThebcwbUrp.weflBBlsfced.jrndjfitted I ..
done in
In places dered his wife to take hammer; anda' possessed equal.power.- :glad receive. order*from all: requiring. work O. WRIGHT :
where the orange, is, grown XXXVI. I his.Je. A: ,. i with modern!taprovemcBtt. I*qnli of T .
worn and knock his teeth With H"// op "
: nail
seed it is rarely found to be I Citrus aurantium sinense frnctu duld, i, cor. out. and KALSOMIN1NC SATTORNEY AT LAW
study] an:Ohio man GRAINING. J7tI' .C. OAK.: Jackswrfflte..T1a. .
: tnornless. tice cdnli that meekness of spirit and obedience After Ieari"o' don 1 in the best manner. ,: : ,
a fruit doux! et a'ecorce, douce. characterizes lov has oveed niakc his wo.minl6od : 1teed''B1ock'BaJ'St.,Jacksonrffle.Fla.'Wm .
NO. XXXI. Granger '. which her sex, that :Iii : ) Order* left at Darb&Drw,*..'umleun' Warshou. *,* FAIRBANKS : .1 .. < Qtna amrantiom tinenie The orange whose fruit has the edible ing wife obeyed the orders of her lord. 'useful.: He recently hitch' will, receive. prompt..attention. ; .' ": I practice dr'ompt.'yatteDdcd' to the different to. court*.of the'Setal.' jiStfTJICTURXS Collections ,- SAMUEL lfo.}.. '
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:rtic 'UnmuJmo; luado, gUbro rtoboto medalla, rind, is a'.variety in JL-igurial It When he got sober his swearing didn't ed: his wife and step-daughter :to a ; REFERENCES: '_.'1 :" : NOTA1tY.I'11BJ.ICrOK CpVAL COUNT.

: .. originated in ,the 'Philippines,' and I countbecause, ,he J mumbled so I it shoYel-plow'and' ,',plowed' ." : ,,3#' acres'.' 'o' r $..L(Bamc3,\ 8 LEV'S ;
Orucer de 1& O fruitiiV i could' be'understood.: :" th t1i' .'' .' JacksonvOl: ? FJa} : -. i, ,:. ':;: \ _: j.,; .I GeJfcar. '(j : k .nll. .' ; -
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1 t' the of the Convention Meeting of the Conservative _-Congtf Road Commissioners. ;112; Pollard, 100} Navy Yard
4 j. ; NEW W. R. Anno-A Voice from Kentucky.Thctbllcwlujf' Saunders for Walls.'EDA1t1CEYS precating action 113,
t .. '. :_ --:_:=- ---.- -' "fromthe ,. 1n calling upon OOCLSO .little .capable of s"onal. Committee., ?_ Editor New tfwth r In your paper,of Milton.JLOl; Junction, 104; PensacolaJA
we publish 1874.
; August is, nstructiog it, though taking some credit Pursuant previous notice the Con- the 12th inst., a lengthy article 102.
H J.OBO S ADAM*.CAKKVTIt.CEO. % I IPR. Carlyle (Ks,.) Mercury, a red hot Bourbon Editor- .Key Bout/a- Sir:\IIaving: to hirnehf.for.p.staeTjOe; in the'f>arty; ervatIvo"Sab' xc6utife C mmitt e't headed[ "The appears itoad Cbmmhsioners," fire was discovered in an oathooae
:tk _' t' 1 i f ADAMS Democratic paper, which we. find hear the rumor. thatmy position i in re- he feels.highly flattered, ,&c.. &c. lie the Second Congressional..Pistrict met signed W.James. .After a vain attemptto back of the residence of Mr.. Frank
; : among our 'exchanges It seems that l lCul. ati tit the nomination Congress in congratulates delegates on the fact in tho city of Jacksonville"at 11 .. ST., criticise the Board of 1873/ho carries Uanra/Hboiit'sevinVcIocS;. on Friday.

I I J. S. ADAMS..EPlTI. Anno the founder and that they aro all ubrlpht, sons of thesqil August 1& 1 7*. A.qupnjm beingpreent -, y.op.bnck to his appointment as Road morning, which was fortunately checked
i I : was, hu First District has been construed bysome'officious
I -_ .01'e ;'? tbW they"all sprang ff omvijcon> e petmanentorganiiatiog w.asefftK:>- .COmtJ Lic er. He says he received no after destroying the bui ing." t y j
t \, TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. e ditor of a Bourbon paper, but sine.*!.* persons as inimical! to the irion'ancestor, vf*:: 1'once de Heon; WSo ed "by 'N. A.: Iluirbeing'elected Chairman -" notice, save a piece of paper stuffed into LEVY COUNTY.' *

;,, IIMB.f Locftl ..& c c ame to Florida he has seen tbe err_of .i re-election of Hon. J.. T. Walls., In te1ISc pf-ng.J'u!ly arme'dlnto existence I from .and A. Doggem, Secretary.. .m>rtiw- t.htt.-b1 IIuQUrYII'. ,'lkPQiQaJtao4Aj.o..bav.&
',\, I I Suite. Abo- alch.fapoC o' : ,'and'now J -o- Second wvjr"T'9' *",%:t'ask*** WbMHfc space>In v* -your a caCba'ge p1rii&t&itfS'uth FloFIdaTand On motion it wasSesolved1b& Jamison. -Lri regard to" that' paper,' called "tho-"Artery." Messrs.aaw.paup.
'I' 1'.ys r'd GOre'8-
\ 61tta. educational. sodal and um>l .tpr was not a carpet-bagger from Spain, \ notice,; given,that A when' I received '
) my appointment as Burford will| (fte ptop&i :
I' should aaakc: their letters a racy :'he Mecuryls' j ournal 'pullicn"nh6uncenentlhat tr 'U rbCt1J
,. bri.the bets and Ca will permit. cn tak "tt as some have,.erroneously_ and.Impiously.i } convention-.wthlbebekl. In of Superri I.preivdetb forthwith >to his artery we hope will flow intellectual
',0 a (rc pon)iU*fo expressed by our I red'hot.!straight pn1nioctadcpapt'r. my earnest, :desire that suppose rack'sonvllle. at.tb'u, hour of .12 ,M. on siimmonall handiomy Div'idiom When blood] tbat'will'irrve tondtO the

It: "j cermponitaits.b I DpI Rejected .aup.contribution can fiehher : h i :At. Walls may be elected,vth'o opposition j\ Briefly, but aqthoritatlrely, he foreshadows Wednesdaj, the 16lh'I I\\" of September' 1 sta.rtl'P.ol1t, I did not cnquire'Jf'a.minwas l dlotmant body ot Letuunty. hitherto

k W. R. ANNO. We from the what the actIon of the'Codycn- 1874, forrthe purpose'of nominating a, but I '} .
i : U D b 1c clip at least ,by so. .a.majority ..Road.CommHsldher; snra-: I _- .
'1 I Floridian, published Tallahassee, the will bo endorsement his hon- tion will be,: .. .' candidate't ')eprtSent the 'Second Congressional 'onCtJ .each. inp, icrdr among tfib'rest r -
I : REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. capital of Florida, and tbe leading as an 1. It will denounce, the.conupt' and District In Congress;-.and to I'wrtit ;to summon W, 'James116' being \Gtu.'C..A. GirfielJ baa reCelTttl Ute

I" ,. emocratic paper in the State, the fol- esty and faithfulness as a Represcnta- extravagant Stat1t' t11inis!! tion. ._ take'such othe,.steps as, in the judgment '- bsc ti in accordance'with'the?lay, re-nomination of the Republ1eans'of .

\ .. For Meu1'oCcgrtu,*d District., owing extract from communication ive. To nccomplish this end, my time 2. Pledge the Democratic' an of the Con"ention.iIl subserve I left 'his summons at:'his:'residence, Ohio..

,.. )QLAHT.WALLS.- recommending-L.Anno, Es., formerly and abilities are ,at the ,disposal ,ol tho honest and .economical.. State Govern- the interests'of the .Dseiyati\'ep3rty. which read thus:. '.')Ir. W.James*you [ :,Aa ftem ot interest and great signi&i

'. ,. For sst District of Carlisle and ,firsf$ Republicans otthe Second District. ment. : w Jco/m//That: in. accdrdiince with arc hereby notified. \o,be and .appear at c'aace is furnished by the large exporta
Meb oCI.\'LUAM J. PURMAN. editor of the Mercury, as a candidate .J 3. To advocate )low taxes, but a liberal the action of'the last State Convention, : the Southeast corneiRiersado, ,Tank f tion from New York and Philadelphia) ,

,- for Congress ; I Very respectfully' system of-internal improvements: each county will be entitled to twice the Duval c6un'iyvStale of Florida, at the i loComOtives ,and, car wheels forth* ,
Republican: State Central Committee for 0 aS. W.'U. SAUSUKRS.m 4. To oppose all monopoliesplun- number of votes in the Convention thitit hour of 8 o'clock, A. irl; with 'a:- for European market.
) dering rings and swindling- scheme has members in the lower of '
Florida.WM. Notwithstanding all".these facts n -- branch the purpose'ot"workiog' 'the public The Pullman palace cars 'are
H.CUSI OuJnnan. D. EAGAN.Secreury most vigorous canvass upon the part of The Democratic Convention. (here Dyke winces; 'so do several first the Legislature. roads three d.ivs.By: o-dero\W. R.- placed upon th .Erign3h, roads in lieu or

'District*. Ditc. the Conservative party, one &would :. Editor New 'South: Although it may and second mortgage, *R.' bondhold-- Hesoived,.,'Tlmi in' order to expedite Jamison'and J. II. Gardner,.Road Com their coaches, and the Russian demand
a. Potter, I H.S. Harmon draw out vote of the would of readersto ers.) the business of the Convention K.
Ilrl ) every 'seem premature to some your missioners. District JsTo. 2.1 J. il, Dui- !or R. ,supplies is large and
Butler, 14 S.T. Day 5. To advocate the equality of all before ,
discretion ious
elect their candidate. Great delegates''thereto will 'pr scnt to .
J. w. J. H. Braun, publish the proceedinn'softbe Demo fie. Road Overseer.? *** .- a ****** -* .
t. Smith DaW Puma n,, IS. j. W. Howell, would have to be exercised in the selec- ;cratic Convention to be Lid in this city the law, except railroad cars-, in the Chairman: or Secretary'of the Sub. "What'an,indignity.}' He hurried to &The Knoxville

5. W. H. Daniels. 17. J. D. Tannchill. ion-a man who could make such a next month, so soon before the Convention hotels, theatres and public schools: Executive Committee their credentials, town, met Cot. Hart, and be could of said, been and Ohio Railroad has
6. M. L. Stearns, purchased
,. Rupert Ch rles, 18.Peter 19..W. II.Jon. ![raw upon the conservative voters ; andk I meets and goes through'the' formula, 6. To establishptarmohy and confidence to endorsed if found correct. I hurried to Brooklyn i,met several harrds 1000000.' by an English firm for

.. Samuel W*ker. '0 G.J .LID k man ehould'be selected who could not oMiominating a candidate in this district among'those classes of. our citizens Resolved, That,Mr. W. R.. Anno a and told them"not to work bn"'tB'e' rjad

to.9. lo, .i.. J W.T.H. >nly poJ the whole strength of his party, for Congress,yet, for'the informaion viz: the whites* ,colored peopleand member of tbis Committee, having,an- as I had no authority to nlake ,them I The CommftCee of the Freedraaa's'
na. Mqb.I. but is of such and popularity the.carpet-baggers, to the end that nounced himself in card : Bank have directed their agents hereafter
: J ISroEk. $3. :power ( of those who, from a short residence a public as an work, as he (James) was Road Corn-
ts. wa.. C.S .J L\a. a to carry all the disaffected' in the in the State, or want of opportunity or in communities where, the colored people independent candidate for Congress in Commissioner and he would make them i to return depositors their passk

I Republican ranks with him. There arc time to observe the action of that ancient predominate,.the lives and property this,District, without qualification, indicating work again. Is consequence of hU big book when verified, upon giving ui,
I For Conjress-Hon. Josiah T. Walls. but Jew such men in this district, Rnf at and ponderous institution,yclept a Democratic of the fleet may be safe; and where the by such announcement that it talk, there.were but two bands turned their receipts, and to pay on demand

S. For Member Congress to represent present I can name but two- J. Convention I propose to give elect predominate, they may be able to was not his purpose to abide by the organized out to work., Mr. Jamison, p\ss along all special deposits made since June 20.

; the Second Congressional District of the 3auiclorW. 11. Ann Esq.both"bor of them the benefit of my observation in protect the colored people from the' action of onr party, bo request soon, saw the number of hands. 1 bad, i 1874. .
of the and scal- .
are doubtless the most popular the past in delineating the general features rapacity carpet-baggers ed to resign from our committee or and told me if would- work a-Ta hand, -r-
: State ot Florida, we gladly accept the men for that position iu that of tbe State. course of proceedings and the lawa s. withdraw his said announcement and i. he would see if I c uld not be allowedone MISCELLANEOUS.

I candidate selected at the first ballot by aud favorable mention has been made of character of the result it will reach, 7. To fa\"ortho giving of homesteadsto file with this committee his written adhesion dollar day for the work. I did

'. .- practically the unanimous vote of the them. Mr. Anno, doubtless, would leaving time to verify the narrative, a actual whitt settlers' .of.the democratic to our party, under its existing so. I afterwards per spoke to Jarne? aud TO

,. :' Regular District Convention of the make the most active canvass and draw I[ feel satisfied it will.. persuasion.. organization, and MM'unqualified submission Gardner about it. James told me thatI :,VVNTED/ RENT. .
the greatest number of colored votes It to make so Tho committees now enter and Gen. to the action of con"cntion.lErLY' .
seem dangerous a
may could do it
i ii not.afford to for. nothing
of the Second District ,
Republicans of
from the Republican ranks. I do not F. closes with,.benediction.
bold a prediction, but I am satisfied: the 1 hence of $7 for A CONVENIENT DWEUj1IN ,
OF MR. ANNO. my.\cco nine days
Florida. know that either of them would make venerable institution will run in the Business non proceeds with the most I I
To the Members of the Sub Executive work on the road. NoW'; in my" Division : A FIRST CLASS CENTRAL'LOCATION
the perfect "regularity.: The '
i For months have race. old as of The" "
many we steadily same grooves )ori. le'Committee: there are two county roadsf; omft fOR.A b.MALL"FAMILY.PERMANENT .
I ,. advocated the nomination of Hon.Josiah Should )Mr.-Anuo have asjfrations!for growth whi h the hand progress; committee on Resolutions1 report substantially iGEXTLKMEX newly: laid out road running near the
I Congress' hope su cd;' And planted along the old seeking to as Get. F. has foreshadowed.. :-In response to your AND CAREFULTENANTS.*
t residence of W. James bad been
r T. Walls a re-election for various h&1' tl'Ik never
Recess of fifteen minutes is taken I resolution I would
-; t he has a host oj f this section bide lt$ deformities, a, now say that my announcement opened only a few miles out from town. Apply at the
and reasons. He has long been to allow time to quiet opposition to i as an independent cahdi! '
god 1 who would be gratified. new route in conformity with the advancement any After W. James hurried to town, met 7-8tf FLORIDA SAYINGS BANrfj
\; vibe of the colored voters who of the country dUI*in the the resolutions(hat may belatent among' date was made in good faith, but only Col. Hart, and his Commission 1 .
constitute large last fifty is now being ruthlesslycleared the delegates, and thus prevent unseemly to; continue until a positive action was got COUNTY AND
so an element of the EditorialNotes.. I years, met him and was speaking about taking STATE, CUT
differences. This is a feature of r had. by this Committee either for or
the old 'wheezy
i away; partvmachine the hands! and tho road Cedar "
: Republican of the District and 'opening to '
party Democratic in this State convention. I
Conventions against culling a SCRIP
is being polished and wito I regret ,
I up Creek. lies tOld he wanted .,
-' this concession to their wishes will har- EXCELLENT CONSERVATIVE NmnxA'TloXS.We the[ head-light in rear of the tender, that could be copied with profit. by the I that j.t was misconstrued into the mean-. make a good road 01.from no, Jacksonville me to to Bought and jckl" a(the .

.r ,monze! the various and somewhat divergent observe, in the Union, the i illuminating the back track, not for the Republicans. ting 1 1I of an action ot mine to attcmpf to his house and then h u didn't care ad-m 7-8if FLORIDA $AVISOS" BANK.PRINTING. .
It; is possible; however; that some I I ) a convention or to embarrass. ,
of tbo of
of the revealing cause ,
; elment party and concentrate u''flidul Republican organ, two excellent purpose how much work. I did from there low. has been incubating the action of this The independent '
delegate '
'smas-h but as a" beacon for the young :
; its whole up, The draw their conclu-
'I' strength more solidly Conservative nominations: for Congressmen I public can own .
ghostly dead isMies and time-honored I stroke e of policy, niit' trembling announcement was with- ,
sions how muchinterest he 'has in the
.than other nomination that t tliose of lion. J. J. and II all from the conflict within dtawn this Committee decided
any oul Finley prejuclict-T which always follow in its over I as soon as county roads. Now in regard fo Pat TilE *Y.IV SO UTIlJOIJ
: have .been made under existing circumstance Columbus Drew, Esq. If Conservativeswe \vake-will soon be ready for a start.But : him modesty and awe of his superiors I upon s. convention. 1 have set O'Neil, or tho man who did! the five tiay'siiIing. .

'I I' !*. He was cheated out of his must have, none could do more let us attend the Convention. on the one hand, sand desire to make myself. right; before ,,the Conservative There considerable ditch- AND BOOK 1'RINTIXGESTABLISHMENT. < .
( search.the Executive mse1fpromint.. ttn'11 M?crt his independence party l y the following card, which wa .
After: a long
i first election by the bad faith of thoset honor or better work for their party for ing to be done on this road that W.Jameswanted .
the other and thai I iu the this '
on conceiving published
Committee a i in the city not L uevy.epaper isorniiig. -
willhuJ 11:1 II keel I found
who should have sustained and of 1 hest citizens that side. I for woi so well
t sup they arc our on owned by or a ,, the opportune time has arrived him I .
"alen" seallawajr that O'Neil was a good hand to ditch, The proprietors are prepared to execute orders tnr-
: ported him, and h's re-nomination andreelection But were anxiously waiting to see, in and engage it. appointed hour,, to act, will address the Chair when thConvention I NOT FORESTALLING. and Mr, Jnmison agreed to furnish the every docription Of', .

'f by the furnishes the we proceed the stairs and find the assembles and offer some Editor New South Sir Your tatc-
1, part. the ofcil "Republican organ, some up :- : ? necessary tools and see that the bands PLAN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.
additional resolutions-somewhat follows !
the landing well filled by a group ot younjj as meut that my.nnnuuncl'nJcnt'ail a candidate
only adequate evincing word of c,> for those whom workeiT, as we- expected Janis to put a -
men, decorously dressed in black, with; : for ess would forestall Such BUSINESS CARDS
Cungi a convention
faith of the bulk of all the liand on the road as he agreed ti> duo
great which sustains the Union ba'eFelected Resolved its visi'mo CARDS.
god the party; here and there a meek looking middle That the smsn of thU i is incorrect, as &uh was not Therefore I employed O'Xtil to do the WEDl ll.G CARDS
4'. of the pat ty and of administering for their standard bearers. aged mal, and a gioup of m.1 dressedin I Convention that some sort: of a Republican my intention.. I urn most auxiou* 'tom u work and pi.c.stfiitetl his bill with other WI.L HKADS,
I in behalf of the whole a sufficient the butter-nut-coxtume. These "but- should be nominated with whom convention that full lair a LETTER HFAUS
paI1J When hall it be ? expression' I bills i'f the sault nature. When 1 went CIRCULARS.
rebuke those also wear deferential air to break down th" Republican party. of the be had and whatever .
: to its tel'IUmen a people may to make my return of defaulters, I went POSTERS -
amt like men far out of their element Resolved, That though Capt; G. W be their decision I abide EKIKF>,
expect to
-crcd trusts. li can and will carry TUE REPUBLIC for August, a political appear James has may to Mr. Jamison at the same time .1 gave PAMPH LEIS.
left the State Republican
a.suitable -
without the of
the whole strength of the Republican Magazine, published! monthly at Washington exactly knowledge by it. him my account with Road District"'No. BLANKS OF ALL KINDS.
$ ought to be.procured for this
il how there. The lust If is selected that
they got grupcOlttins any person by convention 2, fur the action or the Board. IVaS
party of the D"tl'id. and this could not: D. C., contains carefully prepared ; many young; lawyers, doctors purpose. as the standard bearer of the never asked to swear to tho account. I COLORED PRINTING AND GILT WORK.

be done by any white man who can be I articles on the following subjects:: and_"merchandisers_ ," who, in most of Resolved, That we believe now tha Conservative party other than myself, I I think if I bad made n>v returns James I CHEAP. NEAT AND
bad the advice of Jack" PROMPT.
named. Made at this time, and with I The Republican Party in its relati-jn to tu States in the Union, coulu aspire to Capt. given expect to go on the stump ill his sup and given him the road money insteadof -
I in i a-former Convention been followed, -------
such the nomination the welfare of the The something higher than an exclusively port. W./R. -\OKO. spending it on the road as the law
unanimity: of Mr., I country; Republican second fiddle and we had, as he advised, taken off our L. KEENE
in this Jacksonville FJa. O.
political ; country \ug. 18, 1MB. requires. it would have been ,all
Walls relieves the Republican party ofl r Pany nnd Reconstruction; Trans as they h-ivo only re-ched the democratic rnais. ve .Could now ,Put : right aBAY
Resolved, That this'Committee with him, hence all! ,
{ st.invjailjouiued this squabble about jtrxKrr,,FLORIDA
this District from and all and of 35 40 them on ajrain and t\keup the bright '
any responsibility -: porlation Corporations vs. Congress adolescent-age or years, they till 10 o'clock A. M. Wednesday PatO'XtiJ.gain, be says "he asked
be said have sons of our owu snil"-as it is..W'l ought Dealer! in MUI'nery, Fancy anJ Dreo Goods oC all'
: that may and will attach to whom. i the Supreme Court; Minnesota, Past, may to only juthed their to take such a course now; September 16, 1874; me'if I but any more bills that I told kinds. Kerps coiuumly! on hand the latest style of '

soever shall inaugurate the agitation ofi I Present, and Prospective; Forest CLllLure \- political diapers! and not to be trusted Should any man be*rash enough to N. A. HULL, Chairman.A. : him }>>, I owed John McKinley four or
much their for the
: U legs. As "butter HATS AND TRI.MXIINCS.AIj. .
) DOGGETT t live dollars for :
work that
Secietary. I
and Cubs Political Com take such stand it will be imx ssible authorized
a ,
any question of rare or condition. I. ; Spain ; had | >
nuts st.V
they never
I any polti'nl The is do." Mr. Mi.-KiuTey did not. .C..d.i F.SXS of
to describe folly the effect it will have t following tho address of the do q res.- ; a assortment
such with nil Sense United States Five that instilled into
its bittcrncs The the
any agitation, :; mon ; po tus except by Committee the work, but \. bikes, J. Jinkins and .
the will !
and bad shall it wil I Loan The National Finances &c aate-bcllnm ;viz:Irutrcd of thc upon Magi. They actually; KID GLOVES .
let-lings, comes : cent. ; ;. !1" oligarchy glare upon him. Blue, lrcaks.of fire ,to the Conservative Voters of the Second V. Avery did the work, and r defy

come from Conservative sources. i There are over: twenty articles in all, and "ni2gcl'notice that: the hall I is but will issue frqmrtheir eyes, hisses o f Congressional District: ,Jumes to tii'ing any one who Is* a'jUilge Very. CHEAP, .;-al. ,a lull assortment utwiirre

In his previous! official career, Mr.: each i is fresh and readable. Terms, $2 that no one enters, and lhat open conversation traitor to your'people".! I Ilrom their FELLOW CitizsXotice is hereby of such!nli work the, that will-say the work is GOODS.Have '.
not w that for
Walls shown himself be weidescrviug I Send for is ied in umlc Yi mouths. given that a Convention will bu held in money was paid ;""' -
J.Il to per annum. a.specimen "copy carl on an r-tohe. >u ; i When just receivcd a fi.ic lot of
rit. .James hi Commission ]I
the commendation of all his enquire of one of the sombre looking Again: will Gen. F, -assert the inalicn the city of Jacksonville, at the hour of got ? -
these do able right of those to the mtnorborn" 12 M. ou Wednesday' the 16th day of I suppose he took the Usual oath to faithfully HATS LINF-NS, GRENADINES FHENCH
constituents. Wide-awake and active, SENATOK 'Cosovcit.-On' our r.tur young into men the hall.why d.-lrga'tes. not to nil the offices in: the State, and the September, 1874, for' the purpose of discharge his duty. From the way AND JAPANESE CHALLIES '

: ao great interest of the State has escaped II I from an up-river: trip \ve find,by letters go a look aIHllsidown.With pity-Col your verdancy 1 fiery St. Lucifer R. belch forth as du nominating a candidate to represent said f he finds fault with every one who is. That wiilt soid.3tr, c.ulvnrlucedpikes.. 6 ij ititwj

,. his attention, while his promptness and I from Senator Ctnv\r. .tbat having e\.idclty.he whispers, "The the lamented Villipigne) on a similar oucasiun. District in Congress, and to adopt such I connected with the roads, ho would
mike the public believe he is the only .
zeal in responding to the innumerable ttltet for Florida iu. uly.,Jic \'n, compelled Magh3\'n't come yet !" "\Ve are wait- other measures as iu the judgment of I honest man in thai county. Will not j"HE JACKS NVIl.L
for the !" A recess of twenty minutes will then the Convention may be deemed
ing Magi : .
calls made upon-hi: time and care by to return' by severe attlt.k of 'Who in the d-l 1 are tlieyT you en- be taken for social intercourse, while! ami likely to promote the best expodieut interests some man, woman or child petition the .

individuals show Mr. Walls fully to understand intermittent lever. On recovering partial the unfortunate cause of the commotion of the party. County Commissioners to re-instate him. SALES.AND' LIVERYSTAB
the quire, will be borne from the hall in a faintirg: In accordance with the At a late meeting of the Board, James t: .
the true Republican doctrine from ibis bo joined The high priests, he answers; "theyare action of the '
-era\ and a.skocl me whv I had not railed out the
: that the Representative is the servant of Committee that are risitins the U. S.Navy fixing things; have them nil cut and limp condiion. last State Convention: each county will res: of the hails I 'there few thatI L ES
dried when thecome!" When tho Convention comes to order be ('lItitJ l! to twice the number cf votesin as were a ,
the people. Faithful t all the interests Yards, and will with them visit You how full back, and impressed a:ain,' one of !the Magi uJdresses the the Convention that it has representatives could not find when I summoned the C. B. McCLENNY; PROPRIETOR.Notice .

t ', o'fhis own rare, Mr. Walls has never Florida in due course. the sombre and deturcntiul feeling pervading by- chair as follows. That he is authorized I in the lower branch oi the Legislature. res'. I toM him that as he had instructed -0- "

beD lacking in courtesy and liberality Although the letter is a private% the atmosphere! around by the young delegate who offered the Con.-.tiiJe to still receive the is given to the public that I riave
you the last resolutions to say, that he intended It is recommended the original taxi regardless of the face ol the! well-known HAKTKJDGK STABlES,opposite:
the arrival countiescall
L to those who differ from him in political communication to: us personally, we 1\\ail the Magi. to the Conventionin the executions upiinst the defaulters in It the l1'l'RUl'OLJ1'A.'l110'ru.,and hac ou hind*
no disrespect
faith. Faithful ever and always to all can see no olJjcctol to giving the Sena You have some time to wait, but are his violent: primary meetings for the election my Division. it had become generally
intnnptionoftIie most of
delegates as !
the ca1'1ys practicable VERY LARGE STOCK
rerton.peused by- sightwhen the OF
official duties Mr. Walls has deserved tor's to the character andstnding known that the! executions,were returned
Ls ttstimol. majestic forms of the autocrats harmonious; proper, aud.iotelligent action and that each delegate be furnished witha
i! .and will,receive the commendation L- Representatives Walls Secretary of the Executive appear.The Com ,tho \ t.'rld.enr. saw, and that- he certificate of appointment, signed by on them. I did! not care to call on other :HOUSES 6-.ltfULESFOR SALE.
hands to work it'would be time lost.
of the whole Republican party. and Purman, as they uro Leh by tbobc mittee, "Aristides the Just," heads the had been instigated to it by' thctreacher- the Chairman and Secretary- the Just then the Constable as iulltVas '
otis opposition. came I Those will find it 'thtir
County Convention. desiring to purchase to advan-
bearing ponderous
in Washington who have best meansofknowledgo. party He further r that he offers the following It iisked to make a statement. James I age to examine this unusually large and aitraclr.'
- mace whose edge, says further recommended, in order
Thin, Very. He ; \was ,so recently hurt- thinking the truth would _stock adapud to nil uses. '
s.iys: pry for the decapitation of }a youthful resolution asa substitute for to expedite( the business of the Congres-. out jumpedup I am also receiving
The Floridian commenting on the so- Mr. WrlUhas been our Representative aspirant. 'Aristides' legs bend not so those so rashly thrusttipon, the Convention. siona. Convention, that the various delegates nivcd and ranted like maniac, .so
-I *'' the officer could not-bo heard. A COMPLETE OUTFIT'.OFBUGGIES
called .' unanimous" nomination of Mr. for one full term itud acted as such du4 much because of the weight of the mace present to the' Chairman or Secretary Finally: <
he told be could retire. Now lC
____ I oi another and far 'as'I: of the 1esolvec4TbatthisCunyention pledges of the Sub Executive Committee : was ,
Ilubert Mcachani, says : ing part so as because importance of the oc- James i is satisfied let bear Irom PHAETONS AND
itself to not us .
encourage immigration-assuring their
know, there i is no blemish in his record. casion. Notwithstanding canonical credentials for examination, to beendorsed
"Till 'i weak thin. outsiders him J. M. Dt"FFU; OTHER
To to all who shall cast their fortunes aain. CARRIAGES
That lie is 0 conscientious, urn estand a dress, you recognise Gen. F., Gen. H., if found correct. : _. .
_ ihere i nothing plainer than that the fearless work l"ln behalf of the' State.i Judge' D., den. B., and Col.. St. with'us, friendly a just participation. The counties composing Second -4 X>f the l lae t :
> styles
-- ; ; odor .regularity was with the body I: do know. He {Is true to his party and]I Lucifer R. ai' the chief Magi. They with us in all the honors and benefits'of Congressional District aro:as follows: State News.' *

t .. ,which met at Kims' Building and nomit to his people and at the same tim sweep grandly past you into the hall; our State 'QovernmchC.! Madison, Suwannee, Hamilton, Colum- FOR 'LIVERY, SERVICE,.

i luted Purman, aud that the bolters proud of his State and zealous to pro. by ,their authoritative port (4cempe1hing. This covers tho'.ground. -very neatly', lila, Alaehua,.Bradford, Baker, Nassau, LEOS COUNTV. ':, .
teet its fair name and the honor ot, ants and the influence of conscious power, contains nothing inconsistent" and ia Duval, Cray, St. 'John>, Putnam, 'Ma- An'excursion was made from Tallahassee ,: Which will be furnished -
I 1. ,w :r those who organized during the citizens. adopted. -r. lion, Volusia, Orange 'Brcv rd and '
some imitation oil your part of the low to Savannah and return on the 1
;: recess of the regular Convention, made The colored people especially have, genuflexion .of the by-standing dele A little more enthusiasm begi s to be'- Daclc. 19th. AT THE SHORTEST .. NOTICE

q MAin chairman and went through the cause to congratulate themselves in baTIng gates. Venerable, battle-scan heroes : manifested; and several.'speakers, "entitle'd The Committee:tleem I it unnecessary All!! reporters were excluded from OS tilt ,
'fiddress tha Convention the'rigbt AND
k f motioa of Dominating Meacbam. Then so.earnest, cp.Ie.and. worthy, yaRepresentative L .: of .' by to .allude .to tte issues of the present; the bolters 'TahI hassee
;: as jlr',Walls.Mr _When tho late war Vroke but'/they prim' i eni ur;discourse l1L.- campaign, this being the proper and ex- Their 'deeds were too.w1cked) for a; MOST REASONABLE 'rERMS.0 .
tbo fact ;
I no disputing that tht? Convention Purman has had but one term'and I quently'on.J\b'e duty of burying dead elusive -
$ gallantly buckled on their swords ancl province .of your .delegates in true report, we supposed .
_ t which first met and organized common usage would seem to entitle I joined the qliiirt ririast r's department i fuesi 1a3ingtk1o animosities engendered Convention., But, fellow'citizens, Vedo'mobt "
I : : temporarily by electing Purman chair him to a second, which 1 hope he will I during the last six years they have led by the war ;'of knowing no Nqrth. earnestly urge upon you'to< consider ESCAMCIA i COUNTf. "- Manager.- Ma.G.and M.BR1TTAIN will l always be Limy found autbori at the Stables Agenfaad ready

man was secure. the van in tho political*battle* in the ao South, no Easti w; West.and, at the well the high ''and sacred dutywhkhyouowe We clip the following items.. from the I to attend to all business appertaining to the establish-

_ ,I regular. E\'cr del'gte He has worked manfully fo the Slate Stat meeting the enemy and becoming proper time the- proper "speaker having 'to yourselves and your Pensai-.ola.Express: I ment.. 'c.. B..McCLENNVV, -' :
4Iw&z6t8Thc&at ;
& :
hose J
_- 1 seat was not contested was present during his single session ,I am sure theirs every-lime. worked up'the f feelings:: of the delegatesto State and :we have no hesitation in expressing Monopolie$>-The; iPensacola Telegraphs : ;] "

-- and took part In the lrelminnr wi do even! better in the futul'. That L They just now came.marching uptthe tho boilirijr point! ; moves that Col. our firm belief, that, with earn., Company. the ,,nsacoli and I 'L IVKRY,SALE AND FEED, STAPLES'

brganizftlion. I was regular when it is competent, I have never'' seer I long flight i of stairs with full confluence St. LudferR.? : be declared the candidate est, harmonious, and united.action, success Louisville Railroad Company, and thWestcrnUnlon .

". a j rued aod lost none of Its regularity doubted by any. He belongs neither to II in the old pliticalfilnt.locksand smoothbores of the dem crati .1pn.rty' of the Second awaits us. Let, every 'voter say; it ,.: Telegraph Company.
the Stearns" nor'Conover" faction as they' have thrown away' in'their District; for :Congress! j is my duty to be at .the'polt5 and let On.tbe'10th Judge, Woods, LJ.

daring the recess ; and when the Administration they are"VaTled7-"ttridlTioOh I h'e'sometinies flight so many times '.rod bless their If St-rLuaftr; : ; had been a bran newman him be S. District Court heard application

crowd slipped into the Representative plays upon.Stearns Jews-harp, its noincent hearts! They deserve success : made spUr to-. :,,rdcr for)thcemergencyhe' there.y.. A. HULL, Chairman.. of the Per sacola 'Telegraph Company

__ ::: Ilall. bolted the doors and strains never reach our camp. for their faith, and they.may ;](t.attainit. ,, coulil not liavo'' bcen'morc A. DOGGETT,' for an.injunctfon.! against the P. & L. R.

went to work violated but hardly! until? the flock of flint- rapturpuslyicclhnea; and ace pt- B..F: WARDLAW'; 1. R. Co.., and tsV.. U..T. Co:," and
they parly tradition The letter from _which the above is locks anfll-fniooth-bores i is1 ''exhaustedNo cd. As it Is. St. Lucifer has been 'one --F. MCI..F.OD though fie did hot'grant the injunction,

_ .. : defied discipline, and became, taken, is not new, but conveying, as it "ajien' .blood courses through the of "the old stagers 'of "th'o district; lor 1 S- 1':. 'II," W. R. ANNO, '; he.decided that the Charter granted, the -sr -

if there is any sanctity is usage bolters, du, competent evidence of the' faith! veins of these AJ gi. They are 'bright twentj-fivt years,'during which time ho S. ST. GEO. RoGEus, ,.' Pensacola Telegraph Company by the stylish fit its city
and .
has been a'condidatoand ;" : most livery team
Florida :
in the hismuck" !
most extended sense. This, wear lulnutsof our Representatives in Congress lIOns of the soil." : ran. Committee. Legislature giving'that, Coni- an bt found at the Stable of the on convinced .These twenty times,and as 'many; timqs Jacksonville Fla. panytlieexelusve'right to erect-- telegraph Florida Home corner of Cedar and FonytlkStre .'
morally is taken Aug. 20
the magnates having their 1874 '
,, judgment by one who can be ;
preomi t seats the has been defeated. But then, aint the 'lines in'Escambia and Santa Rosa Horses"boarded' '"and, well,cared kr oo rcasonatJe

,I disinterested lookers-on and we cap- t be 1" 'r as well IUI'e, tr ;f"cognluntn ers-and.'cow-drlver,! young lawyer from, Mnierchandis-'the south Republicans disaffected TOf course'they conn ties-is i valid under the laws' .and I terms Strong;' teams.lor hauling- purposes" always. on haao, '
pot help that the same conviction what ho. give( I j partial l are! And'wont the'dlsaffected" enihrice Marshal f n \ri\l\ go to. :.England Constitution' jthe State of, Florida :
we it
___ ____ beH.dni says are nt liberty to take.theirs am) :compose the in : .. : w.. H.Avt. Y '
is /
th9 butters them- publication. themselves to listen to what is said, anti democratic nominee, rejoicing in hiS few'days/ .V This' seem" to be A. sufficient: guarantee, Jacksonville,. FU...May. 30'.,,1874. : rI .,.
"hel, t __- ._. -ft acquiesce in what is done., All having ,alibaster.brow' and the jtrawborry-mark Continued reports'' of'- ngaglment3between to the'Penpacola, Telegraph' Company J:.'' "- -

The Day AND HOT.-Tbe weather for the become quiet-tbe Chairman the Ex- : on his left arm? .:,ba.long suiight:for the Cubans'and Spmiards1ure that the y'yet'.h.av'e''exclusive right to For oecVties and bows call al Buclcy-.' .-

------.- thorughness'wih which the last two week has .been. vcry.dry andexceedingly I ecutive Committee calls Convention. ol and, l long, lost, .brother? 1 .have; taken received. The Spaniards are' ppartDly! operatc.teleg apb'1ins in'. the, counties, : ., .
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( siuaton" South is understood warm. Potatoes, cane and I to order and the chief of the Magi bestows 'you tOe lembeatic'conventiuu! 1 and my being worsted. I named.--- 'j- 'DE 10:7: :DUMBERCONTRlVCTQRS \'IRD; '
\ anti the, pindtra anti other lieart j Is p'en'a1: thedty' butl ididn't New: > The above action ::
_ appeiae a North; bIte 'tall'cropshave1 Buffered his blessing :oh >tne delegates. ; 'or' I additional statements from was in consequence .t :

-I en erpr, i g journalists, there. ,. is ,cntibiderably in cons qu nce. Thf ,methe;iTgnlar' clockwork,or .agree' t9 j'., ntJsw, fall,- ivonr questions.: 'Moultoh and Tilton, with the beginning of a controversy: first, between. ihe R. : .ND.. BUILDERS,_._

ftr \ exemplified by the ) J.i'l from Even cotton haij been injured,the drouth I ganiz&tion of tho Convention. One after ft BLUB :BLOOD.' .of a suit against Beecher in behalf of R.Company wijh; ,the-P.:: T(, Company, WLU. UIO.A; i., .!, ; "
1 foJowtng causing tho plant to shed much fruit and anotr the arise (jACX90NTILUJ iAug.21st:1874.: ; Tilton'are' the latest1' which was afterwards .
I I .tbeFeorIl.! | Magi move the,committees : features of- ecase. FULL ASSORTMENT '. ,.
g- ) Trantcript.Tnliahiisw foliage. But it has ben1estI to the ) and ond'after another'tho comtnittees 'J j.)' r .Beecher.Tilton .-" .:1' r .:P. & L R. R. Co.:. to the Western Unfdn ; ;05' -

j 0 ; Fia.. Angi 12-The Republicapsof ct"rpilar'aud we hear very little' arn appointed and retire, having :'Germany Tboing8up"posetl l "to" 'have a Postmaster General(Jewell i was-. sig: 'Telegraph Company. -'The Western DRESSED. AND UND1ESSEDLUMBERS.MOULmNG /.''
the second congressional dis- 'orm ,farmers. received I Union 'Telegraph Company' to I ?* .wsiw.a: "I- *
among f nailed off
-J ,to /nak Hoot
irict to-day re-n minated W.J. Purman. !, A goodsluwerof rain. fell'onSiinday! from thti.J aqi. ,On the departure% : of the craving for, ,tljo' 1 ialanii 1 6f>orta;'Rico, Itiarunlerstootj Bothnia and.received Sandy New.YorH,: the steamer] erect poles, &c.t for a Telegraplv: line; PINE SHINGLES :

_-I_ ..1 .n1 lilting Jnction .nominaUid Stelrsf :cvvning and seemed to ext ld over the! committee : the:delegate;: towhojuthe;' l t ; Thit'onf' minist, r, biyisifitrijcted :i *. .wjththeusualhpppr tnnnincrfrom Pensacola to'the Tensacolai1 -
: AT
., ; ; '. .v CHRAP FORXASff::
negro. '. We : : Junction and the'
countr : : Pensacola TeIe-
} hope 1t1'"cr'gcner1Flr ) duty has been previously'assigned; lit pciF a 1\f ; r : ; >

7 '":. Mr. Stu.n'alluded to lias for neavly -1 n moves that Gen.-F. be requested to ad. ..withtfie'jrcry: :piaw.s.entl_ entsot'Prcsltteot' penenilCustarjs tt. byt four, .fprce.'owas..attacke.3patheJ5t thousand; ,Indians graph (Company considering).their.lights THElEPQT. LVMB! : yttl1; :

t \. ft year been tbe Repttllean! GoW T '.. "'4. ,. .r dress .tha'Convention, whkhnnotbaig'tb'ihe Who were : : thentted5jtppi1el' to Judga *yood* foraainjunctkuj. ,'Lumber delivered A aI t'part*of lhe'ei'ty'and J Trf

: ; '-': .. 'cmor'or atlgJ. '. The burial'of J. C. GbbS'ok 'placeycMerdar. unanimously carried, and 'Gen. 'F.;;'fn Monroe Doctrine, which will. h J upheUj tlustar's loss iepuIsearjYUbTr'h.'eavv was'fiftyfivekilfedand; luss. The thermometer. A ...-.. .f.r. .''. ',7 t-V den aad at receive alt landings on attentioi the nft*?,aUpw n ,raies"* ?' Aa**ot-

; .;,", t'n fall canonicals arises and speaks. De- in its fall strength. ., wounded P.f. Thursday prompt LOUIS J.BRCSHJeulumvillt -
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CITY NEWS.SATTIUAY hut best-interests In iic\v. and probably .In Short.epjheB.would. -., --.' -- .- ,;..-R. \LEELEGANTOt'SERofl: ,: *t' yt. -' _i ..- .._ : : : : :; FURNITUREpuRNRJwJ1RooMs1-

1 : thinking of the time when diet of this t have been safe on t NITUIU-__ T : : '- --- = '--4: .-- .. ,',
MOIKING, AUGUST 22, 1874. kind would be in ill-accordance the the south side-of Bay street.-- -=r-r- y ::_The; pen&
of bis Europe) ctaiDed D" ?dWeffititr joaTtSe sooth-east --- ',== ::,:
'. dignity position.attempted, to .-"Mullet are selling\ six for a.. quar.Thomusiclan's i' > -: : ._ ." .. -:
9 corner Veanand Uonroe'-Kreeti/consistfaig of tU- r -
' First !! .rB.n thwart him Jn. /When ter eu3eavor/\p terl"-Union.J5elliag.oatl_J. 'I Cant, Canrttf.'Bbck Walet Tele a-tcta,Sitting aad : "i -- -. -I )i _. "" ,"

The advance of/tb: ?' .Fifst N1itnh1b3fl1It.ixpectd :; force him away from one side, of his maternal 1 > i' .' :. ..; I/' .
City Cloth
j ; pagoda I Arm Chain, in,genuine. Hair i arved_Centre
'j'.Fj>., Tbe.r9om8.oo relative was about to culminate CASH RETAil. PRICE CURRENT.' .
Park needs its raisei DAVIS & DR E\WJ.. '.;,
"Lo" Table, Marhle Top; did Mirror.Kc. 'Tb dinutg .
', Fz4i t& bz2iae In sucQesSy he would put .for the .other FresJ.Ca.haaDuuctpcrb ,; .. :.. It -'*. : '
; cupied room Isjhoroughly and handsomer'fioafched with .
-The. : exhibited at ] -
' bniefied by the 3aliotm1 bank, withvault side, withAunty" after him, and tile Ebck'WalRut. 'TojjthSde Chcae, A at "!f'W' .'
Carred. Vlarble -
; the A. M. E.Church last night for the 5sydSc. ...- .-
and appurtenance*. "The rreed- ven Aunty: was" about to give it .ag TaU FwlOlt Market ._'r'' -
t benefit'of the church. ,retary. BooV Case.Safe, Frtmtioa :CbSa & : BceC-.1 J ----fl flp PARLOR:-SUITS. CHAMBER SUITS.
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bow she would ;
bank will be'moved into room sad in i the thought be ,
: man' AI6o, Elegant nd '
". an Lottnje* Ibt4aI.OO& "Thechambers Gaff.c3 lbs 5' u '1_ a ,
.: 8tairfj wtcre i iU closing business .obliged to frnl her own little ones on .-An excursion to Fernandina is con- ':4" .
N.O. 1 up are (umbbed withor Caned.B '. i
)Jar laibo IbSX- :01 ; :
, chalk and water at the table' in templated next month by the Phoenix 3 .. ,1.. \
will be tra lsaete supper k %Valuut. Canopied,,French Bedsteads, MarNe .' .' -I
Hose Company. Java Cc, ,34 h fOr- 1'- MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES.j .'";* -.
lieu of the usual more nourishing lquid I Top wa s.l Standard*and Class; Wash Stands, -

L A Public Meeting. when it occurred to her that she might -Foot races on the bea h at May port, with.tarb Tops and Backs, ; ab wuh Chain, to'match. Layer Raisins, n.'or........ __ IAIa # .'d., ;'s.: ..

: A public meeting for the pnrpose of flank him by taking his hind leg in her afford Sunday amusement When the; Also a Splendid Cabinet-,Singerewing-' -Machine' and Mcareeapcrlb----- IOC ", '

agitating the qrtcsiiun of direct communication hands and triumphantly force him'from participants meet with accidents,.however numerous ,other *anicies comprUisg-tke. Utchea Ctrtu- Vcrm-cena" ,per"Ib,' L: ._' __,. .aoc : DAVIS & DREW, *Suits.=*-,.'t .: : -

bftwetn this place and the the field of contest, wheelbarrow iash- the fun is somewhat toreandutnfls. : '_ PIANOS '
:Lt alloyed. Tapioca,per tb___'" -" _t_ IS RGANS-PIA Parlor Chamber '
North, will be heM in City Hall on ion. She assumed an humble attitude All the abort furniture is finished in the Suits..r of Suite. -
i' highest
"X. C.1 in the Union, recommends style Sugar Cured 5ers.. Ib__._:. Parlor Chandler .
I at H A. x. The citi per HavIng associated myself with ihe largest Musk BAY AMD LAURA Sorts. -
) tithe Suits. STREETS.
; Saturday (to-day carefully placing her digits about that Gen. J. J. for and an,and Is of the very best crudity; must be
Finley Congress Young Hyson Tca th. ._.._ House in the South I km BOW prepared to se3 at unusual Parlor CaaathevSuite.
zens' committee have important matter offspring's nudes as an initiatory stepto "Citizen11 presents the name of Columbus seen to be appreciated. It U offered at pirate sale per r. L r los prices for cash or by small monthly payments JAClt1lO Ft*. -, SuM.-; 1\.,

to communicate. The meeting will be her newly proposed style of locomotion DrewtSr. and can be Inspected M the dwelling until Saturday Oolong Tea.per .,__ 7SC the Knabe, HaHett'& Davis & Co..Haines &Bros., a --T-; __ ',;
. it 1 desirous that fullattctdanceihouW disposed ___ W.P. Emerson and the Southern Gem Pianos; also, ;11
and a Tea
Interesting and precisely at this period the next whea if not sold it.21 be of at auction ;perll -- "-- I. ;
: : -The Dora M. }french schooner, Mason i. Hamlin and Pteubet,Petton ft Co.Organs ",- ., ;;.
be on hl u1. commenced to "locomole." on the premises at n o'clock A.M.. Gun Po.&r Tia Ib': -- .son
offspring pcr Easiest terms ever gi van. Can and what I offer if
I made the trip from New York to the bar ... see can EXAMINE OUR L.\RGE.STOCK..t :
the 1911 MoftKisA, PriaimD,Aoctloner..' in the of superior instruments and low
notice way prices.
Did ever "grasshopper"on OoIono A No. ... .
Eel. you hours I.per .J---.1.oo ,. f"'_,#
A Large in a few over three days. Oae 7"29-SWJIIt ].H.oclit;,. :' ;

Mr. A. B. Canova, while fishing on a boy's fast-running "one-wheel- day she made 2C8 miles.A TAILORING.GRCGOKT Sea CO" oc .. ..' f'!,.l.-.J> :'

eel whew," or the imitatory gymnastic, & Ko Pine _. CARD. .-. :; :.;-j$ -
the dock, last Wednesday, caught an beautiful sight in the western Apples 4 caas son A -- -- b ,
of child's Would respect inform the habitwll of Jackson- -4r -
calisthenic performances a 131 lot t';
measuring two feet ten inches&nd a halfIn heavens is the conjunction pf Venus'and yule and vicinity that they have taken'the buildIng to PaI""caas CQr_- s.-"- > ,*. '" NOTICE fTo 181 . 10\ : fi$ivs'" ,
wooden and wonder what laughable .e. C"
a 101. '
toy -
length nine invhes hi circumference, Jupiter. "Ste is passing In review be- the west oOfr.:Brown's Auction :..Baf street, Jib Tomatoes, c lOra.oo 101 '
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five This effect it would have: did those toys where they propose manufacturing Gents' aad Youths'Garments ur Exchanges, PuUishcrs,and Printers,all.. Tot.flaySt.. .11& .w" '. .
about pounds 101 -
and weighing fore her transit.' :
making .
Green Corn, cans b 1.00 :sAc" : "
move twice as fast? If you have done in the most approved and uhnnabie style. 4 n l41 lot 4' -

ii I.L--o b.J"I"efL one we have seen caughtin so, you can faintly picture to yourself -Mr. M. II. Jones and Miss Agnes Specinl attmtion paid to cutting and'a3 garments And all other goods in proportion at the store of THE. ANSON HARDY 101 ICI .Fa.. . Jol 101 ''Ii,. ii-.1'., ": 't n

the St. Johns. The nverage eel only I warranted to fit made by competent Workmen. ; -
Center were married by Rev. R. H. Wel- JOI.- .11,4 4s
feet in bow solemn was the scene of aunty and Renovating garments alto made a specialty 19-31 JOHN B ROCHE. 101 lot .o ; : .
to t length.
from one wo Latest Improved -
measures the offspring. The more violent he ler at tho Episcopal Church on Wed- 101 101 "' .-. 4 ,
-- I 101 101 ;"ttI.; .'.
Ho! For Pelican Banks kicked, the tighter nunty clung to him, I II nesduy evening. REWARD. PAPER AND CARD CUTTERS. 101 101 '.

The fctcamer Silver Springs Capt. E. I and from the rapidity of his mot'emepts.1 -Go to Avery's for a nice team to If the person who carried away the coat and pistol i ; : 010101010D&D 01010IOIOIlOloooooouuuuuououuuuuoolOl -if'r-.
from BrooVlyn wharf lost Thursday will I have resumed tM ma"l.f.nIlFC
evening return and sale (f these lOloo DUD Daxw.,G0181J'.i -* -
v. Jones, vill leave her wharf on Sun- she looked more like an over-shot wheel : ride these moonlight evenings. AH the same to this office,he wiU be generously) rewardedand : Machines; ,with which my name has'been so long identified 1olo1--..CrUIUlO1 a"lot .:
day morning at 8:30, making: her usual revolving behind him than a human I young men who can procure young no. questions- asked cr legal proceedings taken... I ,_and so extensively circulated for the past fifteen 101 lOloooo 1010..0101 rcaitrrcmE eooolOl ,.. -a.-'-."

and also making.a tripto being. When his feet were raised in I ladies should go riding these pleasant CARPETS RENOVATED AND years; and aU Alaekuui tf my -* ct,11 101 lObes ooolQl h
to Msyport "
trip .., Ol
( kenaflrr bt W mt ilumt in my illuttnttd 101 10' [ t ., ,.,
enough the air her head was and when his evenings. take in the Mr. E. 101 IOtol01010 D&DOIOlotOl0! fl
Tehran l Banks stopping long up; plc2Sure introducing to public Mde to look like new. Also, tflar,with my name miutaddrtu in tin CAtlimf. 101 101 to1" 101 .' '. ,

to allow the passengers a fine bath intheeurf feet relighted on the ground, her feet _" Little Johnnie is dead, but before C. Bid ell, recently from Savannah, as ny successorin UPHOLSTERINGof My latest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER.with 101 181 101 18: : .
the Wheeler& \r ion Manufacturing Co.'s office in 101 lOt 101 .Id' .4 :
This is a pleasant trip, and had exchanged: relative positions with his spirit was wafted to the angels he re- this city Mr Btdwc3 is thoroughly acquainted with kinds done In the best manner. patent moveable cutting board two aQ-steel tempered 101 101 101 102-, ,,..k. fr. ,
I his. Finally when he had waxed so knives aad squaring board, still holds i its position 101 101 101 101", .
011-!' calculated! to afford comfort and quested that a watermelon vine might the Wheeler & WiUon sewing machine, having1 W. II. SHERM.VN.Cbr. .101 101 _111 -b IU.J -
loose with exercise that aunty touched as the FAVORTT Pun Cvrrut Axostc Panrr.
business and his for jean connected with the Savannah General Agency Laura and Church streets,JacksonviUc Fla. 101 m -. ,: '
the man .
recreation: tit not the ground at all, she prudently let be allowed to wander at will over his andls its.and the best machine in the market for the low 101 101" ,*.t ..- '

family, as well as pleasure seekers. go her hold and came down right side green grave, that it might be a warningto same, besides an expeit being possessed manipulator ot their and business adjuster and of the social with.O-Orders R. P. Moody left with will Fuchgott.receive Benedict prompt &attention.Co.,or pricecbari-edforiz. '. lot 101 ..111 101'101 hUIt- ,', .,,.'

up fitting as straight as an Indian on future generations.1 qualifications which will tender all his dealings Your order are respectfully solicited.T swjm. Tit lattil Imprmtd IT rdy Card Calico Is pronounced :101..3 -

Personal.Mr. the miikin stool, merely sighing a trifleas with the public both prufiuble and pleasisg. the MOST DESIRABLX GAUD CuTTS in the ..' "io." ,.rt ,-' ,.c:-.

tl.nd"ifu Kit for she exclaimed "Brass de Lord. Dat -The game of base ball plnyed at Allow me at this time to express to the patrons of the Trunks and valises at Bucly's- market, for the general uses o<:a printing office. ,." t ....
J. P. TaimVrro -
. am a tryin calf. Moncrief Spring on Thursday between i Wheeler& Wilson sewing machine in this city and vicinity Thc mU-Jnovm Xugglrt Card Cuttrr, with my I "'1 ,.,. l) :: -
train.Mr. -
the North m la-t Wednesday's ----- the first.nine nnd the second picked nine my eamesta pprcciation of their tuufbrm courtesy latest improvements, is still preferred by many print- THE FINEST AND SELECTED -. }-.

Taliaffrrn will I f-pcnd a few days in Poetic Extravagance. aud the hope that the same nay. continue to exist en. and holds its favoritism over other machines.For I .
oftHeB. E. Lee Club (nine innings) IN THE SOUTH. >
J. HOLLAND .t --'t."
BL'tImoeUJ: then return to the city. The heated term which suddenly' between them and my successor 1 sixes and prices ICe illustrated circulars. I' .
was played in two hours and ten minutes. A. K. PERCIVAI. ---Hgs
the Xorth and as suddenly J.WATCHMAKER Shipped uirect from the factory to any part of the -
A State ComptiolKr sprung upon AND r
Hen. C. Cow-jill, Score, 47 to 3. TO RENT : z. -

: ji.i; .sc4J tbrocgh the city on Thursday I departed, has developed some fine poetical The steamer Pioneer," Capt. L. For the summer. A large, fwrnishen room on Bay .- JEWELER, country.Orders solicited and can be filled by return aai!. Parlor RICH PLAIN.. "f.::1..iair > ". ,,.
talent on the part of writers of the office of Sui"- Sulti_
street. Apply at
tlu was looking '.
hal: fur c..pluIIe Corner Pine and Sti. Chamber'
I J. Carlisle is now receiving the last 4.0511 Tut New SOCTH. Bay Address. Parlor ud .
country newspapers. Here is an Atlanta ANSON HARDY Suitr. S1li.''
1..It.. and hwi'tVi ,I touches of the mechanics, and will depart -- --- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Parlor SUBSTANTIAL. brnbsrSuits. -
which says, in a fever of en- ICE CREAM -5j. .
i Mass.
paper Auburndale.
\1'iicGh lalO ot Lindsay: 7'l5eotcm .
Dr. J. A. fur Indian River as soon as the U. That all acknowledge to be to be -:0- f_ Parlor OiaaubttSuits. :
I thuiaii11"At last the hot season isupv.i superior any ever to }
Ontariu Canada, has arrived in the city. : S. Inspectors have given the necessary I had in this city previously! is to be obtained at the I ANTED. FL"R ITt1IlE. .
June's breeze has New Jewelry Clocks Watches \ Suit. -
auJius :.aVcn rounisit -Mr*, Oclitu1" I I us. swept She is a tidy littlo craft and Temperance Kcadui Room at Fa&criia. 6-i3tf. V A lady of several yean' experience ; S '
through her fleecy hair: aud her cheeks ,Diamonds,Plated and in teaching the usual Lnghsh branches. French : _
r are aflame with the forerunner of Juty'shot or private family. Reference given if required.

Luiher IkCunihls leaves ,In the breath. Delicious Spring, with her -We learn that a new Post Office has A furnished room, centrally located Rent low. / Ware, etc. J Address Miss Brunswick H. L.,Charlie Cu. Hope We are prepared to offer our stock at:" 1

tiuin li-daj for, Boston. He will remain -; dewy ryes and her fresh pink flies been established on Key Biscayne Bay l Apply at this office. 7-35-31 Virginia. remarkably low prices: H"4fl' ':"- ". .

until October 11. I in Dade at the mouth of the OF SEHEDULE.The V 'V .
: ua'ay aheau garlanded with hrr own violets, county, : HAT SODA FOUNTAINIn DIAMONDS. PEARLS AND [PRECIOUS CHANGE ''' ''
Miami Ilivcr. llev. W. Watkin Hicks : the La ravei Ha tigar store u admired by aD, '
Miss Nellie Harris his: returned to the I and! bold-fused Summer, sweltering and STONES SET IN -:oDAVIS :-- e:1 -

has been Postmaster and the i _ 6jtfI FINE GOLD. -' .
hosn the North.Jlon is hurryingfrom appointed been withdrawn Lot : ;
office receives the of Ma I BUY YOURSELF A HOME.A Summer repairs, '
J. T. Walls is in the city.Mullet the South) Thh is very h l1uti- name ama, VILLA-SITE on St.JoWi river is o'cred for sale" & DREW, :, -

,, mild cold when which is really the Indian designation I Initial Letters, Monograms, and THE STEAMER 1.;
-a- ful, but as gravy, One of the radesiraUe places in the vicinity of Jack

- compared with the Wild gush of a Titus- for the river which is now called Miami. !' soaviUe, containing 28 acres-about S acres ready for Fancy Engraving done in OEALIRS IN ;.
an artistic manner.I ,
I planting. For particulars,apply at the countingroomof CAFTAIX LEO VOGEL, '* -
M,uk TwaiuV. story of the steamer yUle organ of public opinion. From -Mr* C. Coi)oily, wishes us to say THE New SorrK. 4-ayI

"Ciu. of Ilartfoid" leniindfc us ol some- I that we learn that The Summer solstice that if the person who carried a bosket i Will until further noiceIeaze CHARLESTON every AU kinds of FURNITURE. CARPETS
\ thirg! equally|''iun that Itappeued I rages with an imperious fury as,. a\vlj'trom Lis-door the other morningwill C1d.tRL I I Standard time by Chronome- TUESDAY evening aad SAVANNAH every WEDNESDAY ,and.CEDAR LUMBER etc. .
domestic fad their manufacturecan
Imported of
hinw. It i- well with demon return the memorandum book andotier own .4 ter rated-'by transit ,for Florida,arriving hCKSOXVlLLE '
time air freighted .
Majpi) >it n.uie though the were always be had,a better article and at a lower price. ;

Liutin: thai the tnlrttiitiiuis tit that >'ilia I ; bearing torches of molten iron. papershe will te welcome toiLe than any other place in the city, at Gato& Co's LaFaotrita. observations. every TlIURSDAYRETURNING.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA., "- -.

e lire more..r dependent on fis.liSnjr t The parched: earth opens ten thansandwalked basket and clothing. This seems to 6-ijtf : ""

f nd whuievcra school from which be u fair offer on the part of Mr. C. and Swiss muslin and white goods of all kinds at Bucki'sFOR *
< a+ -jjort.. ; and thirsty lips VICHY AND KISSENGEN. AGENT PeR THE CBUBBATZD BOXHL AKDCojntvotsiFB TVii r

.i!: fiMt nuke llnyntppcinuii-e, Jill hands parched tongues prctru'le if in dumb we hope the ether party will! !)e equally Many on rising in the morning complain or a headache < ; WATCH. leave PALATKA every THURSDAY evening, ;

or feeling stupid. A glass Vichy or Kissengen ,. ". JACKSONVILLE every FRIDAY morning SALE OR_ -%rr, .: :
ron&identte. "
niali to Cictu. for drink. An arid aiiaoon mr- ,
,,1Jf'J'r from "Tuffis" Mammoth fountain in La Fivorita, cures ". -i -. suit the tide, FFKNAND1NA,arriving in ', .
Itt t Il Sunday,and inhabitants! rounds us and bears on its wings the -In the play ol 'Giiffith GiULt at all such un.Peasant sensation*. < *. 6-ij-if, ::: "
.if SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON in time to 1 .E : :
of 'bn'Ort were mostly nt churth.Sii pestilential breath of infection which Niljli/ri theatre, an amusing diveitise- I AND'CONTRACTORS. F-P R O-CfA' L A FORSALE.I ,;: :: ,' :

>ltfuiy! iLc LeaJ of a 'Jicruiau was bcatters its seeds broadcast. The lazy ment was produced, when Catherine will BUILDERS find a complete assortmenfof lumber, dressed ':A. n\THEIL, CONNECT- STEAMERS.WITH NEW YORK Ten acres of bad on the Kutgs Road,why &wG' ,. ,

*en to jwp tAp above u neighboring streams flow sluggishly along, and the Gaunt holding a package of letters and I and undresxed mouldings shingles the Depot 9-'. -"":- miles from Jacksonville. This land is ._. ., .

'imihill, ar.d' tile cry of "mnllet !"' was I flowers on their banks: droop lisilcs ly, saying "these will prove my innocence," t Luu.lx.r Y rJ. Orders to be delivered at landings.o PLACEs: ON THE OtKlJVWAIIA RIVER .'. AGENTS: ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO,THE hi'r .

l.rard, "b every tuolhei's ton ;in thathureh sheddirig-their sweet tears in their grief. approaches her friend Father Francis, the Address River receive peoil attention.LovtS J. EKVSII AND ADJACENT COUNTRY. RAVENEL i CO..Ccarl; rtj CULTURE OF SUGAR CANE AND .

rut>Lttl out, pell niell, niter their And yet the tierce sun gazes down on by a shrill voice from the gallery BRAIKARD & ROBER.r50NSaYXZUab. FRUITS OF ALL.. KINDS. f..: ,

nets si
nends Messrs. Gato A. Co.,have seemingly spared no THE and terms, (or ..*
that had ju.t niaie! their ajipe.ara.nce. fleecy cloud floats athwart the brazen ton." handsomest : JEFFREYS &BRO..JacksonviTe. Price appry B. H. WEBSTER, --,
.. expense in introducing the soda fOunt "

Base Ea11.S ,I bosom of the firmament. Arabia's desert .-lIe was a cow-driver '' of South ever ct up in this city. It is admired by everyone and STEAMER OCKLAWAHA, ,R. J. ADAMS, Palatka. by letter,care AWALLACC.. at. Wallace's Mm.or .- ,

were a paradise to tjis.r! :Florida and his herd spread over the soda from it i. pronounced by all the;ladies to be THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OF LADING Jacksonville.Florida. :
Th*challenge cent Lr the 1st nine if the test Capt. W. A. SHAW. GIVEN. :."..
the writer meant to -
We say
I' presume many a mile of prairie. One day as .
the R. E. Lee club of Jacksonville to 5-231f .:
weatherin VILL LEAVE and silk hats Buck ',.: -
that they have; had some warm: he was preparing to turn his stock JACKSONVILLE Latest stj'e straw at ".
the Garden City club, to plsy a series of I the language upon METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. ORRIS A. DZIAL YNSKI, -,
1"ituniUt'c"crthcless., .
the plain for th! summer his wife requested E\TERY THURSDAY MORNING I'v I -
three ft UK belt r' Observations taken at 7 A. M a P. M.and 9 p. M. '
ohauipwn :
games has the true ling, and if we \\tre him ,to keep one cow for the WI)'. by the Signal Service U. S.Army,in thu city. FOR SALE, .
the State, Las been accepted by the -c"- AT 8 O'CLOCK. AUCTIONEER .
not aware that Joaquin Miller was faraway '- 1 :1.'" 2 -
lie studied F
';. l..t-1 benefit of the baby. upon g 1 :ftJ %%Ind. ftAlii BYA. J ROSS

ter cluh. We append the reply : ive should have credited it to him.Base the matter for a while and then replied ? 1 i = a ? i? ; ,, GEO. R. FOSTER Agent ANDCOMMISSION la this city,neighborhood first-clan, en north side'ol "

.' TuLLAIUSStE, Aug. lt>, 1874. __ II i ; 5 : 't Ashley street between Pine and Laura.-within one
TVe accept '.Hr rhalKingc; and will i Oat I don't sec how J can; L if I do, the 2874.j i J. ?: 1; I-: n !; ; :ij ''adst/fJtlill-Fl". Vtctmlrr\\ 1172. MERCHANT, block of the St. James Hotel and 150 feet front one:of
best in town,two
. T the boarding-houses two-story
play, you, ifaprwuhlc, in J Jacksonville The new'ball ground of the It. E. Lee calf will die. j i = ? i CARD.JACKSOXVIU.E.- HOUSES -

. I on the 2Cth or 27tb hist. -At the request of the Treasury Department Tues 18 9 30 IS 79 Ei NE Gentle coo Fair A 8'.Al kinds of merchandise received on consignment SISTER FRAME -
Club. at Moncrief, presented a gala Wed. 80 82 Calm' o.oo Fair adapted to single or double tenement without '
A. II. MrxuEE 19 7 30.17 FLA., Match jut,II,. and sold at auction or private sale.
," ,. afternoon the occasion lion. W. II. Gleason has loca- a 30.16 84 70 F. Fresh 099 O'dyII change or expense. Each having six rooms below Including -
: L S l''y. G. C. D.II I I. C. scene on Thursday 9 90.19 79 86 E Gentle 0.00 Clear THE SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY two kitchen In L attached to main house and
of inaugurating'the.field. ted five Life-Saving Stations on the Thu. 20 7 30.19 82 74 E Ccnile eon Fair Every description of goods entrusted to me for sale bur above; six closets bdow and four above,with
The ..
i members oftlie dub here inform a 86 64 E Fresh 0.00 lair for will be disposed.of it fire-place in each room in main house. Each Boosehaving ;
Eastern Coast of Florida; between Cape 3017 will in a few days appoint a State Agent
*15 that the fir.-t will be played on A picked nine, the stronger team that 9 o.z8 So Zj E Gettle 0.00 Fair two front and two buck entrances sod drive-.
game Canaveral and Cape Florida. The Stations Fri. >i 7 90.16 80 82 Calm ooo fair Florida. In the meantime I will conduct its manage- BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE way on each side,with piaua across the entire treat. -
, Thursday the 27th inst. on the grounds could be got together outside the II a 30.10 88 58 E Fresh 0.00 Fair enending round the corners twenty feet to the front
will be constructed this season and doors also round the entire L. with walk same height .
i-; at Moscriei Spring. Members the niue, consisting members of the Barometer corrected lor temperature and elevation men& to the owner, and prompt and accurate returns made. of: piazza running thirty feet back to the double trood-

Madison, Quincy, Live Oak and Lake second nine and citizens, were opposedto the work of building, will begin within u communications directed to me,care Henry A. PALMETTO BLOCK, house 15x20 feet.
f few weeks. This work Is of great State MARINE INTELLIGENCE.ARRIVALS A WELL OF GOOD WATER
City dubs the the first nine in friendly contest to of the Jacksonville Branch, will
I will be here to witness L'Eugle, Secretary 5-27. "3m Jacbo yile. Fla. and within five feet 01 L brick curb and sink
and less the whole
decide who should a brace of interest, no covers cemented drain fifty feet to cess pool.
game. "Our boys" are on their metal i possess AND CLEARANCES AT TilE TORT U} receive due attention. attached with
coasting trade of the Gulf It should TT7 L. COAN, These houses are within forty feet ot each other,incomplete
: and 1 if practice: : makes perfect, the Gar- prize bats and a ball donated by JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. J H. MILLER, order throughout having been rcccad7-

4 Jea BeausaLg of Santa Clans' Bazaar. have been done long ago and we are At\... V VjbsncEoF painted and repaird. The, western one occupies a .
City uill have to play lively to of THE PEACE half lot-the eastern occupying tlC west Han ot a Bin
glad a speedy be made. Aug. sch. J. E. Lockwood. Hardcastle, Pbna4e1p1ua. "- -! Gent Supt. CIoA. and
: hold their The game,though one sided i from the 15 ---- lot.upon which is a lawn.with orange, pack ft
own. Also
LaDNOTARY and Yi .aU nder thrifty
for start, was exciting and interesting. The -The sale of furniture that is to be Aug. sch.AIDe B Gardner.- Tnrner..New York. BUESING on trees north side grape Fonyth street between Market and,
Arrangements hive been made a II' ,
sch. Brunswick,Ga.
Ella. Montgomery. :P.UBLI'C house of tbiIwea-
special train from }'ernandinawd Tal- Lees proved too much for the picked made Jo-day by Mr.. .M...A. Dzialynski .. '9.str. Dictate-f oget.Charleston, S. C. calls the attention of the citizens and merchants : -, built Liberty la,iSjo a two by iory-aad-a-haif the present owner atd occupied by hum
M. New York. Respectfully
sch. Dora French French Office in SOLARYE-S BLOCK,' feet fromag ea
l laaasjee nine out Gelding them at every point, is one which should. and doubtless will, ., 19 ; New York tot c BFAUTIFUL SOAP he 'a. as a private residence having sixty .
the fare from those and intermediate ., *s' v 19.sch.Ulrica.R.Smith Smith Barber and'Toilet So** ever BAY.I PIXC Forsyth street and fifty two and ft half feet oa Adama; .
best Washicg. COTM .11..u.
and at times with be of interest to all who wish to furnishtheir It is the boxes contain 80 lbsnd9obars. *, distance between reels two hundred and tcalCet.w.
places being only $1.50. Everybody batting very cLwcgs made.,.This Soap,is put.up in lane cistern, bath-room, pantries, closets and waits
The Lees played so evenly houses cheaply yet handsomely. Au&.15.ach.. Harry.-htpberd1,WilsonKew-Yeck. ,Jxboll'riI1c.1'1a. three Boors Including small lot of mnmor*. All
is .
' coming. Jacksonville will be great power. I 15,sch. Prescott haxetCne.McDonald& Orders should be addrcued to : situated on high
- will at'Ii o'clock this .' sch. Rulon.Rukn Perth Amboy. A. BUESING Boll 72t the above mentioned property bong t
made for Virginia .
distinction be Sale commence
I that can
crowded and wheeled vehicle from no : 11 ground considered as -
: every .- aT.-!:h. Francis E. Haddock,. M.relL, New 5-1 6tf _Jacksonville. OKAHUMKEE,
a wheelbarrow to an omnibus will be favor. Of the picked nine, Ivcrs, behind I morning -at the corner of Duval and York.Aug.. 1 FOR HARRIS EUSTIS AND GRIFFIN, HEALTHY AS ANY PART OF THE CITY. I
Simmons York. 1I Rubber and oil suits at Buclty"I.THE aU&iaa.'WiD -
.20,sch.Jennie E s YcungNew having good and tircutiuoa of abeL
in demand for passage to Moncrief the bat and Jones, Moody Holland Ocean streets in the house known as .. n,str. Dictator, Vogel,Charleston,S C. I SILVER SPRING be soU for.CASH M a very low figure as the owaer ic

ADd Lucas in the field carried off the "Creightonbouse." The furnitureto :CENTRAL SALESROOMSAN desirous ol settling up. For particulars apply to die
. Spring. The Garden City Club as tho ST. AUGUSTINE BUOY ADRIFT. A. Ja.05S.>
. disposed ot'is of5) ilie'brekcn- And other LandIngs on the Octlawaha River Fla.,Jury s.18,. .
not Jacksonville.
I., guests of the R. E. Lees, will be provided the honors. be Capt Charles Fozzard.of theschooner Victor reports
' stool order but elegantin the Si. Augustine sea bnojr adrift :some.two.or AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION Also by same party,for tale or rent two aaaJI houses
is the milking ,
M (or iu & manner which we hope will Appended score: l. Icgged HOUSE. of four rooms eaci.comer Laen aDd Chorea I_.
suitable for the mansions of the three miles southeast .of Su Assuslme on Thursday and near the St.James Hotel.
j.i1 ? flect no discredit on the latter. The IU E. LEE. style, \ The Steamer All the above earned property !I. vary desirable for

W Corm or the It. E.: Lee Club trill be Bolles C., oats, S, runs, 3 i; Davis, aristocracy; .but, as it :wilI ,likely ,be. act. -. .-- -. --- --- Bay Street near Laura JACKSONVILLE IOA- '. OKAHUMKEE, Noibernvfsiton. T-4 wia.
here in time and limit P., outs, 2, runs, 7; Scott; 1st B., outs, knocked 'down' cheap an'opportunity "' A. L.'RICI,Master,
for the wtfTCOR
match no white -
best vests. SATURDAY. &a7- '
'Bucky scSs the PUBLIC'SALE
: '
Ilr. 3. runs, 5; Acosta 2d B., outs, 4, runs; will ba'oft'ered't the jet happy every Linen and duck suits Bucky seDs. '
will poor, .
be ,
made to the lady witnessesb1fltifying 5 Murray Will leave Jacksonville every THURSDAY morning .<
4; Barrs. 3rd B, outs, 4,. runs, ; surround 'SALE. ul odoct. - the 'hamlets; to
themselves, appropriate B. F., outs, 3, runs '6; Saavedra, B. HUBBARD CEO. R. FOSTER AgeatJacksonvilie -

J'O&ettes to ma 'h. L. F. outs... .runs 6: Bishop C. F,. themselves with evidences Cr household I QAMUEL I. '. RIVERSIDE HOUSE, .Fla.,July SSe s87.f-14Stt C ARD. .: .

'- .r -L outs;2. runs, 6 ; Searing, S, S.; outs 4, wealth in addition to that already acquired : ) Jacksoxrille, fla.t VLA LOUIS EMILE MOURGEON, On. and after the first of November : .

An.Episode. runs, 3. Total, outs, 27; runs, 47. in the form of innocent little :. JACKSONVILLE. .

We sometimes witness, things that PICKED NINE.Ivers children with bread and molasses daubed Importer and Dealer in: Wen adapted for a Iwostories fine private with residence mansard or'roof firsfr From Paris Island France Dyeing,(lately establishment Foreman of).the Staten SELECT PRIVATE BOARD ,., .

class boarding ,
tiongh trifling in themsclvegj draw tears. C., outs,' 1. runs 1;' Holland, ovrtheir celJ ; i '1 '. 18 sleeping IOOIDI.I acra land.;p orange trees.' The this'I IYicialty. NEW. DYEING AND SCOURING ESTABLISH. caabebd4naus family of CO1.1A.jLJOUa.. ,

P., outs, 3.runs 0; Lucas,' S.: S;, 'outs, HARDWARE, 1RONrA.NIi! STEEL, finestfceuion and cheapest piece of property worth of in fur-: Mf.Nr.Ladies' Murdoch House," Forayta street, between I bwt7:
to about |ioao .
: our eyes. The other day, "aonty"drovtI 4 0 Jones 1st B.. ,,3 Price, including and and Gentlemen's Wearing. Appaiel. and .
runs, ; puts, ; u1s. Local Advertisements. POCKET tllR, $20,000, hall cash. balance to one two Lace Cursal Washington.DAY .
ap 'he* cow, for the night. This 0; Hussey, 2d B., outs, 3, runs Oj .- EDGE TOOLS,:TABLI 4 J Yeats Lace Shawls. BOARDERS .
: eow II 3d B. outs "4 run 0; Saave- I- F t 'CUTLERY.JNidls and other fine fabric most carefully cleaned and dyed.FORSYTH ,
the happy maternal of a good Moody ,* \OTJ E. : 0 gar znllpsrdculas addraa between Ncwaan and Market aatiIfactoriJJ' a'Ii. .
dra C.F. outs, 3,4runs.l Jlohr, O."F-: : \. F. .. rc. STREET. Ufcrm aonWy at this office or taATI
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sized, muscular offspring, who, during TO TIia T&XTAYIJt&rThe T&&ystro. jsSviLZZ. :G1IU:,. Putty. Class, Faints, Oils, streets. 5-16-cl For aoNks.I..i4..s.:: .
ants FU.If
outs srnras; BurroughsB,, Jacksonville,
the ; ; undtfsgoe4! luring .bees Appointed to equalize :J' FURNISHED HOUSE.r
._weaniaj: process', "pans out" its 3, runs, 0. Total. outs,'27( rubs, 3., ;' tljc HeiMnent&of tucdctcnI th* LEATHER BELTING RUZBIR PACKING. not-sold by November 1st.the Riverside House TTIRST-CLASS t..Dnos: J

toother oq" *hares with,::iiiunly," ;theT INNINGS. complaints of all such! peraons as consider themselves CROCKER. Y.'PUMPS.' will be kept durwg the.winter" as.a first das private. Ix.lACJtsoxvn.LaFOR Mayor J. C 'Greeley. Fleming ft Dental D. C'
t..L. RubuMon.H
latter boarding : .
theif-aucMlDCDII \Jahkr.J.H.l\vrtOI1
being tiejudg of the time whbnJhe 12 34,5 6789Lees. aggrieved by hereby five notice to iI-.wIh.. n. Oct" aI. Iin. If p '
.hare of ', ,. all concerned that they-win meet,to dI.cheaeibe duty Leadand'Iro1Pipe, -
refreshment pf the offspring i 2 I 6 1
i assigned them at the Qty Council. ROOM, on 4th, jth 'N, MARR .* .
; M* uriTd but it Picked nine 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 '. A 1iaders Us pbata- EADQUARTERS tor FLORIDA VttWS
, ;; happened with them: awl 6th of Aufust, next. 1 :- ; DOORS..SASH.BUNDS.'MOOLDINGS.SUGARCosFitting . The Intending eemove to :
PATENTS residence Adams Street,sear the WOOD ft .
**U I -" sO tion,will sell hu :
frequently does with other partner. Unip1reG.WPRrIy.&orer R". -rbcB.r4: wIUt front *taoclockr.att the .- u St. aJDCI ud Grand Natio.w Hoed.,

ship concern?;that a difference ol oplniQDtookp1a H. D. HOLLAND. OfrHaDcacbda" .. ,,.;: "' '"1l.E..W.et3xt.,. ,'. : .. i MilEap t0rhC ,319 8 h street;N.W,WaAinfton,.D.a r::<: wj. C-Gnztmr.. '- r H.' S..SAXFOItDApply WOOD & rU. LEOS PhotsirapkK ROOM are .

,Thq. ,off pring wanted. A large number ladies were presentto ., '; .p W. LBannn .,, Roofing, jfoWng afliTh, '-ParialS'pocured for Fifty WIr. :J 'n".N, '.patent.* r Id'.i. DO c.chz.uvilZs. March 6.-.l74 .I8tI..., P.TndenUrf'. saow.. : "
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: V _____ flowed its bank. J never saw so much
Examine Bucky's assortment of prints. E T A L LIe
V Genera)!; Speaking-Women. of it before. The main land became M BURIAL CASES. FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK

t Bedell of El advertises invisible 1e's.Jack Light was ,
:J V t that hereafter her husband! must in a state of great commotion ; the J MOBILE RAILROAD CO. V V ANDWOOD V V AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.

; .to j cut his own feed or starve." She Appledories were as large as frigates;:. Oa and after SUNDAY MAY 17, 1174. trains COFFINS Incorporated July 6th, 1874.] I

I :) f won't pay his debts. the veranda on which walked'was at will run as follows: 1- -.- ':: ,,', OFFICE IN LOVERIDGE'S Bt11LDINGtOCEAN STREET.>

A crew from Vassar is suggested an angle, of 45 degrees: up which I DAILY FOR .,/, .W/ '\:. s. V IM,1874-, I ,.
Is hereby given of the Incerpoodoa tf Tit FUrvU Saviafi B+***n4 Ktml EtUtt Exttuutgi, =--
;' t for the 'next regatta. How all the stepped: with difficulty ; there were SAVANNAH AND TALLAHASSEE. J ;w.0. 1.- NOTICE the provisions' of the law, of dtt SUM of Florida. with tbc principal place of bosiacss la the city of

,, I V boats would hug Vassar 1 If two entrances to the house, between Leave Jacksonville...,.8:40 p M and IN p m "" ; .' ]ack'tIille.' : ': the .Lu.,J4'of sale, I!NoI-svktX oat>im>AT aavjunug. nJCJa.1:|
.. of of Bank for!Savings and Loans and
,Baldwin-_ __....:lo 9:55 ;L'w ::: = The general ature the business shall be that a purcaase
and the :
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Somebody advertises a preparation which.I struck ;, casters Lake City .._7:10 aa$ an ._ .._ :s' Real Eetate. Mortgages; Bonds.Stocks.Gold and Suver.Treasury Warrants kc.: VV '
i' Fit; keeping a lady's hand free goblets on 'the_ table were dancing to Arrive at Live 6ak_..__8o: and 3:30 V The capital stock(which may be increased at Uf.aecdnc of shareholders called for that purpose) shall be$20ooO. H. ROBINSON,
: balance III Installments
business and the M
.1' Leave MadUoo.. 6:10 a m i : of which 10 per cent. shall be paid la upon commencing ,
It from chaps. A report that: she has no the accompaniment of knife; and fork, .. MontlceUo........ ____. 7:30: OR .ALL...SIZES AND QUALITIES. the business of the corporation may require. WHousAt&air* .

I : would do the and the chowder that a naiad( .handed Tallahassee......___ 10:30 LADIES' GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. This corporation will go into operation July 6th, 1874.and continue twenty year. DRUGG1SrifHoez"l
thing. AND
money same .' Quincy_.t_ ._... isio p m The highest amount of liability to which this Corporation: can subject itself shall be'::150,000.
: i V V A Kansas girl would'nt be married me was immense-the only thing that Arrive at Cbattaboocbec.---n. EMBALMING DONE WHEN REQUIRED.ALSO The officers o-( this corporation shall serve' without V salary until otherwise provided V by a'vote of the stOCkholders Hock,. Bay St..

t'( : I without a yellow ribbon around seemed natural. Buts: on thtfeeling PASSENGER TRAINS EAST (DAILY FROM MARBLEIZED, The design of the Florida Savings Bank U to afford to those who are desirous of saving their money the JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.

'I her waist, and a boy rode 8 miles to wore off, and health was restored. I TALLAHASSEE) FOR SAVANNAHAND MARBLE AND means of sa ely employing It at good rate of Interest,to ba r."esled.under the direction well-known citizens.,
JACKSONVILLE. SLATE MANTELS. AT HOME. In home securities well-known value, instead or running the risk of losing it by entrusting H .. I coMrov nto nnctrmoKs
.f get it while the guests waited. am thus prepared to speak of the foreign corporations to be sent to far off does for Investment.Omcaas. "lnILU.n.1
Leave' Chattthoochee.....-.._-- 6oa: m SLATE HEARTHS, &c., .-The officers of this corporation shall consist of a President a Vice President and Treasurer,and ,
: of ..
i, The strongest propensity in women's great Appledore remedy, one dose Quincy! _____-_ 8to MANUFACTURED TO ORDER a Board of three or more Directors to be chosen anuually,commencing November i, 1875.and to hold office -a
f nature, says a cynical writer, which is enough for the worst cases.I 'I 1'aJIaba ee____ .:)oP in'I until their successors are duly chosen. EA RNEY'SFLUiD
Monti cello.: -___.__ 4:50 AND FOR SALE BY MirriNGS. Regular of the fbi'the election officers and other business,shall be held K
meetings corporation
is a desire to know what is going on ; : would not recommend more than 'I Madison.... ._ ___. 7:10 November
annually. commencing i, i 7i,
I 'I .......... CALVIN OAK
and the next to manage the job.A 'one, because further phenomena I. Live Oak. .4:10: a m and 9:10 BANK HOURS.-The regular hours for transaction business shall be from 9 o'clock a. 3 o'clock p. a. EXTRACTBUCFIU
11:15 Forsyth Street between Laura and Hogans. daily except Sundays and holidays and on Sa urdays until 7 o'clock p. m.
Brooklyn girl has just rejecteda might ensue, which would react on Baldwin-._......_...9:00: a m and 4:40: a m tw36-to: Jacksonville.Florida. Darosm.-Deposits will be entered In the books of the corporation and also la a book to be given to the de
suitor because his arm wasn't long the reputation one' might wish tomaintain. Arrive at Jacksonville...-lojis a m and 4:1$ positor. This book%ill be evidence of his or her property. When moneys: are withdrawn this book must be
take out the er,m ease
V brought to the Bank to have the payment entered. Depositors may money tnemsclves !
I :' enough to go round her. She says ilshe's '.*' TRAINS TO ST. MARKS. absence or sickness,it will be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Deposits -
(Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays-) METALLICBURIAL will be repaid at any time when called for,when there ls a sufficient amount in the treasury uninvested; otherwise -
V t is going to have a lover at all at the earliest practicable period In the order in which they may be called for. Tie only kaow restedy totBRIGHT'S
l she means to have a good fit. ACCOMPLISHMENTS. woman- an Leave Ilahassee._..__.. _....._ 10:25 a m CASES lNT&nsr.-Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(or two cents per day on (too)wul be paid
the Arrive at St. Marks__.__ 11:50 annually,upon all deposits which shall have remained three moatbs or more la the Bank to be added annually
i, Why do women talk less in Feb that can be supplied by dancing- .Leave St.Marks__.-_____.,. 11:55 Pm WOOD COFFINS to the principal of the DeposUnr. *

.. ruary than in any other month ? De.I master, music-master, mantu-maker, Arrive at Tallahassee __._,-.?.. tso AccoAirrs UNCALLED FOR.-Any account to which nothing shall be added and which shaB tarry remaIned DISEASE,
uncalled for for seven years shall cease to bear interest.
cause it is the shortest month in the and milliner., In men, tying a cra- ROBERT WALKER. ACCOUNTS PAYABLK TO HEWSIf persons die who own mosey I In this Savings. Bank,the money will be And
I, vat talking nonsense playing at billiards -, Receiver and Gen'l. Supt. paid to their legal representatIves.V V s positive remedy lot V
} ear. II. L. MAGEE. Ass't Sup 5-* BANK BOOKS.-Although the officers will'endeavor by all possible means,to prevent frauds,yet all pay-
Don't be stubborn unless youare dressing like a real, and driv- ments to persons producing the bank-books shall be valid payments to discharge tile corporation.
1 like amateur coachman. The Bucky sells! boots and shoes cheapest. ..= CHILDREN'S OWlllalfTS-Parenas or guardians of minor children may deposit money M trustees for the GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES
% I sure you can afford it. Right in the ing T benefit such minors until they become of age,interest upon which may'be withdrawn annually or added to DIABETES DYSPEPSIA
midst of the late Iowa latter is an excusable ambition, even AND the principal. ,
panic an man: G. & W. I. T. CO.'S RAILROAD.
SPECIAL ENDOWMENT PLAS/ Deposits in the Florida Savings Bonk! amounting to $70 during each Tea/for a NERVOUS DEBILITY
.J" chose to be perversely obstinate. His I in our modern gentlemen, for it shows A. CASKETS.ROSS' term often years will secure the depositor a cash payment of SI,*v>at the end of the tera% or proportionately

,: wanted silk dress and that .they know themselves, and have FROMFERNANDINA on smaller or larger annual deposits. In case of inability to complete the ten animal payments Ifie depositor DROPSY,
daughter a $90 : MARBLE-FRONT BLOCK. NEARLY can withdraw amounts already paid In,upon g.ving three months'notice,together with the accrued interest
.' he wouldn't get it and he lost $60 by' found a more proper place and a TO CEDAR KEYS. V OPPOSITE OLD STAND, V thereon. This planunlike ordinary life insurance secures the depositor against forfeiture previous payments NON-RETENTION. Ok KJCOSTOItNCT Of V
elevation than the and offers a safe and easy method providing a handsome endowment for tl e future of parent*,children.Mend IRRITATION
: the She took cold i more congenial Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. URINE J J't.uIA"IOJ.
operation. poison tM
GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH or the depositor! individually. Sfeciit deposits not to be withdrawn for ten years will entitle depositor to oa VLCERATJON OF THE
V and the funeral expenses were $150. Senate. Some there :are, who deeming !4W.. Arrive. F. WASGATE. a certificate for dtrutlt the amount ef ruck defoiiti,payable in tea yean in f favor of any person designated
dissolute Fernandina..____._ 5:30 m 7:35pm LOANS.-All moneys received on deposit shall be invested In first mortgages on real and personal property in
t t A woman's modesty is like her mapners an accomplishment Callahan__-......._._. 7:35 5:21 this State of at least double the value,or in other ample collateral securities.
) :. color- if it is endeavor to show by their pro. j------- 9:<10 ar. 3-Sale.l RIAL ESTATE.-This corporation will act as trustees soc the purchase and sale of real estate or ti* renting BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
exceedingly becoming Ualdwinj___. ._ .__... of and
.9301C 3:23ar. Umbrellas and parasols to be had at Buckys.BROCK'S and management estates property generally
+ V not put on. V fligacy that they know the world, an Starke.. ....___.__.....11:37 1:18: JAMES: H. PAINE, SAM'L SPEARING, JONATHAN C. GREELEY
which be Gainesville......_.___ SPXRMATORKHCEA: ,
t example might dangerous, 1:50 11:10 President. Vice-President. Treasurer
Among the graduates at the State Archer....__........_..._, :
; 3:10 pm 9=49
: Normal Schools in Salem Massachusetts but that the world knows them. Accomplishments lironson.........._..__. JSS 9:04: a inCedar LINE ._..E. Sea-side villa sites for sale on Fort George Island. The finest sea bathing cool sea breezes, magnificent
1/ Keys..._ ...__._. 6:30 6:30 drives,over fifteen miles in extent : grand avenues palmetto,cedar.oak. magnolia. myrtle.&c.. &c. Leucovrhcea at White, Diseases of the Prottratt
.I the other day, was one arc sociable, but noth- i OP Call and see the photographic views at the Florida Savings Rink and Real Esute Exchange:on Ocean street Gland.Stone in the BUUcr.Cok"'lu ,Gravel or Brhk.
'f I ing so sociable as a cultivated mind CONHECTIONS. I State, county and city scrip bought and sold at the FLORIDA SAVINGS BiNK dust Deposit and M cn. or Milky' Discharges.
the head of
young lady, standing at At FERNANDINA w-th Steamer City Point from RIVER STEAMERS. 7-8-18- Ocean,near Forty in street,

the class, who has earned money tot ._--- .. -- ,- .----- "':... Charleston and Savannah,Mondays at 4 a. m.; steamer -
Dictator from Charleston and Savannah Thursdays at
V V V pay her expenses during the two years GENERAL DIRECTORY.STATE. 4 a. m% With steamer Lizzie Baker from Savannah KEARNEY'SEXTRACT
8 by running sewing-machine. Uninswick, and St. Mary's, Mondays at 6 a. m; for SUMMER SCHEDULE.
those points on Fridays at B a. m. TOBACCO CIGARS
.J Are you a burglar, sir? If so, Governor-M. L. 8TEARXS. At BALDWIN with J P & M. R. R.lrom Jacksonville and after MONDAY. APRIL:97th, the steam ,

t do not come in, as I am all alone," Secretary Lieutenant('f(OovtTior e
said a Somerville. Massachusetts: ser m trvller-C. .\. COWQ1LL.: Tampa: with stage line for XcwnansvOIe, Tuesdays (Sundays excepted), at S o'clock A. H.,lor
II I Tref'l url'r-C. II. FOSTEIl. and ridays. Fernanestr/*a3 Dueaaa alibi
I: J vant-girl, when a man called the Attorney'ralWM. A. COCKE. At CEDAR KEYS with steamers to and from Kerf PALATKAand ;: PIPES AND SNUFF3V
other day. Comm'r Lands and ImmigTl< n-D. BAOAV.Supei Orleans, every Saturday. With steamers from Key : BLADDER KIDNEYS AND DROPS
intendtnt of Public Instruction. C. GIDBSS West and Tampa Fridays; from these places. Thurs intermediate landings and return same diY V
p i t A Portland man had a suit of t.atelt1i\nn'r-'u.: II. ALBEKQEK.feUPIlEME days. With Steamer Cool, from Tampa Sundays: for CAL SWELLINGS,

clothes thirty-six years old worn at COURT. Tampa. Mondays. With Steamer Wa"'enock.froze Through steamers for AT WHOLESALE BY
'f CblefZii.tiee-E. K.Associate R.NDLL.. Suwannee Fridays; forSuwannceTuesdays. V Exiting in men,women and children; ,
V V each of his four weddings. And is Justices' -J. D. WESTrOTT, D. E. MAXWELL. ENTERPRISEand

'. ,j I not yet worn out. j(. B. VAN VAI.KEXBERO. 5"13 Superintendent. L. B. KNIGHT: & CO. NO MATTER WHAT
Clcrk-LYMAX B. FOSTKli. intermediate landings, ,..1I11eaYe as above on Tnes- AGE!
i A marriage took place in this CIRCUIT COURT. FOR ST. AUGUSTI days and Saturdays and' return Wednesday Sat.

't.t city yesterday, which, on account of tat Judicial.. Circuit-W." W. VAN NEflS, PensacolaM urday-. Shippers evenings.are requested to send freight down during V BAY STREET between Laura and Prof. Steel says: "One bottle of )(eany', Fluid

f certain: circumstances; in the case," .' P.W.Win BRYSOX WHITE.,Qu'nuy.3d Live Oak.. TilE SCHOONER the afternoon., Hogan combined.Extract Buchu" is worth store than all other Buchus

J 'f should not go unnoticed. The bridegroom 4i h R. D.B.AHCH1BALD Jacksonville 4- 6tf J. BROCK. Agent. V

\ Jacksonville Florida. Price One Dollar per Bottle,or Six Eottlts for Frt!
we understand, is 26, the Sib JuJicW' Clrcnlt-J. H. OOS Ocala. Magnolia AND OATS. Dollars.DEPOT..

;t ;; bride about 50. The present happy uta.. .. J.T.MAOBEE.Tumpa. V CORN : 4w3m
7th" "I. W. PRICK, EnterpiUe.DUVAL I
man is her fifth husband, No. 4 was Wfll make regular trips Just received a large stock prime corn and oats, I t ;4 I' V between Jacksonville& At W. H. LUCAS' NEW
buried between one and two months COUSTV.Coui.ty St. Auguttine.; Bay Street.STORE.near Laura. TO BE SACRIFICED.DRY A Physician In attendance to answer'correspondents

ago. Clerk' ..l Judge Court-OSCAR-W. A. McLEAK.HAItT.8herift'.TOSErII For Freights at low ratrs. sad Eire advice grail
V% freight or passage T5 EMBRANT PICTURES at WOOD & BICK
A man in Muhlenburg County 11. DUUKEE.Htate .
8olioitor-T A. McDONXELT apply tosetf WII.LSON & WHITLOCK. L LE'S GALLERY.For SiRxn IT.\IIP lOa PA3UHI.ZTI. 11U.3
Ky., 47 years old, is living with his County Solicitor-CHAS IL SUMMERS. Jacksonville, Fla., I

;: sixth wife. He buried two wives and Treavurer-J.UWAIM. -
Areisor-J. C. ORKELKV. Ort v) JAMES COSS. stylish ladies'hats ask Bucky.
one child! in-six weeks. Collector- PETER JOKES.SupftinlBtidfnt St. Angustle, Fla. DRY GOODS DRY COODSI! TO THE

of Schools-C.F. UAVTBEY.Auctioneers _.
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Simple, without being sickishly -J. L. Burch J. C.Hemming, K. A. V V

'f sentimental, was the form of a mar- DzialrnlU.I ESTABLISHED IN 1868. CLOTHING 'CLOTHING CLOTHING I NERVOUS AND DEBILITATE
Votary Publics John O.IlBmtl, F. B. Knapp, T. .
riage ten-ice in a town in Iowa the I 8. Hell", O. P. Cooper Chan. M. Summer, W. OJrffKje ', -

V other day. This was the of it Edwin Hiding, Wm. M. Ledwith, E.Y.Chet'il' : : V'I OF BOTH SEXES.XO .
V way : Tbos. II.Maiey, J. W. fiwsim, I!.Orsrtger, ** .
Join your right hands. Do you .Dnrkec C. Ccdrington, W. L.CuaD.1.W. A. K. PERCIVAL V During the next CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL
Whltnty.Concty ,
V want one another ?" ( They both Corarnlssicners-Uiles Price E. Fortune, TATION.

answer, Ves.") Wen, then, have H. U. Horg,T.S Eells, R. Jones. SUCCESSOR TO J. H. CROWELL. '- V XXX -
Justices of the Peace-W. W. Sampson, W. A.
one another. You're man and wife." Bummerall, C. F.Townier.d Henry C. Tisco. James Di J. B. DYOTT, graduate of Jedenon Medic
V Smart Woman-Doctor what do M. Wiiron.. M. P. Chapjll, A. II. Philips. W. L. CsMe!:e. Philadelphia author of several valuable works,
Coan A. Wm. Gordon J. F. Rollins, I. be consulted all diseases of
Bucslng can OB the Sexual ar Urinary
; i you think of women for doctors ?" W. Uenard.Fnrveyoa.. V will offer for sale my stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, &c., &c., at ttiaD.5t: (which he has mode an especial study)
( Chili F. Smith. either In male female from
or no matter what cause originating -
f ,,' Doctor- They are invaluable, ma- Inrpeetors of Lumber-II. H. Moody,H. W.Cone or of how long standing. A practice of 30
,: : dam, to our profession. We derive J. Pncf. Jr.ConstsblonO.. LOWER FIGURES THAN EVER years enables him to treat diseases! wit!,snecess. Cures
U. linys. S. Wilson: J. SmIth,3. guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Those at a distance
I J: two.thirds of our income from them. J. Foi bet,James Lane,J. II. Brown. V can forward letter describing symptom and encloin{

I Young in 'ears'but an old eloper." V In order to close out stock on hand. stamp to pay postage

.. : is it; portion of the description of a CITY OF IACK80SVILLE. J. D. BUCKY, Send for the, GuiJt la Hiultk. Price ioc.
: runaway wife which was left at any Aldermen-Ik A.THEDA UT, E. W.DESXY. A. J, V Great Southern Bazar, Bay street, Jacksonville.
; : Indianapolis station-house. i RUSSELL WlkT DOUOtAP.W)!.M.:B03T B. J. DYOTT, M. p.,
':V; Haven't I a right to be saucy, if :BENTLEY $. B. HUBBARU DEALER IN.BOOTS Physician and Surgeon 104 Du.aD.St.N. Y.

please of
a young lady an Clerk-W. H. CHHI8TY.TrcasanrCIIAS. .

; : .- old bachelor.: Yes, if you please, FRIDEKBWIO. HAS CHARMS !
Attrssor-C. B. 8IMMOX8CollfCtorPHILIP
V j V; V but not if yon displease," was the Clerk arJuot-WY.:WALTER..GARVXX. V SHOES, LEATHER, I MUSIC .

answer. I
:;. City rhysirtn-C. DREW, Jr. _
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Children made walk in the V

right path: in Detroit. Fourteen women MA80MO.eolctr.on PRICE "REDUCED.

attended in that j Lodge Xo.JO-M. :Bowes, W. M.; Chan.. V
J dog-fight city, Eliot.*.c.; H. Koopman,Treas. Regular meetings V V V WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND rH:_ -" =.;;..; ,
V V the other day, with their babies. lit and :4 We .r.e-dMya of ech month. ;;;.;,.....i
Duval IxiiO No. 1a-lt. Wsfga'c W. M.; :B.n *
V A writer on women says, It were Webster See.; D. Jones, Tylir. Regular mcetiog A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK
V ;.; : better for women if-love were less to !tot and 8d Monrtnj of each month. -, TO TRAVELLERS. THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
Jacksonville Chapter No. 12.R. A.M-J.S.Drlgg! ,
V her ; and then he went home and N. E. II P.; ){.Bowe.,Sec ; D Jone_,Ouaril. IUfalar ESPECIALLY'ADAPTED TO CITY AND COUNTRY RETAIL

his wife kept him awake half the meet in its last rridty of each month. V -
4 Damaxcu Commnrd.ry No. i-J. B. DrigKS, E. TRADE,
V night jawing. V C.; D. C. Dawtlns, Beoordtr. Regular rocctlngi Is '
and 24 Tne.daTS of each month. And by strict attention to business and the wants of the public will endeavor to merit a share of their pan onare. WILL LAST .LIFE-TIME
V A Delaware girl puts on great airs STATE OFFICERS. Passengers make Close Connection .
because she has been the of live ,:
: cause Grand Vaster-A.J. Euwell, Jatksonvlllo.Oritnd GOODS SENT BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
; V ,- ,suicides among the young men in her Depnty aaur-D.. O. Wilson TaJUhaseee. VIA THE ,
To all of the State.
Sr. Orsnd Warden-K. P. Jordan Fernandina.Jr. parts V.
V nci bborhood. < Grand Warden!:. Wasgat.,Jacksonville.! AT THE OLD STAND. COR. BAY and OCEAN STS., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t-yt
'The Grand TI'IFIU\.r-D. L. Oakl.,.Mnntleello.Orand ooo
l. young ladies of Boone: la., hecretary-D. C Davkins, Jvcksonville. V SAVANNAH & CHAREESTONV 3 5- ,

V are charged with meandering through Grand CbspUIn-Kev.John Penny. \
Jones Jacksonville. '
Grand ,
J the streets playfully kicking over dry- DISTRICT Tyltr-David DEPU1Y GRAND MASTER Attorney.. Law and Notary Public. AND Of THE ctnmmnSHONINGER

goods boxes and punching one an- Ut District-B. G. Alderman.Marianna.2t1 .

-, other's hats off with their parasols. -- Reeves Ohattahoockee. & KOOKER. PORT ROYAL RAILROADFor : ORGANSIN
:31 U. B.Taylor Live Oak.
V In order to keep a hired girl in fLit.. J. 8. Drlpgn,Jacksonville DXAtUS I.t

.Colorado' it is necessary to provide a 6tb" W. IL Long,Ocala. DAILY USE.
V V t horse and for her attend btb" Z. n. M*>OD.OraoKC Spiing. REAL ESTATE Augusta, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville Louisville, Cincinnati -.
buggy to 1lh" Frank Branch Tampa. '
!,I V St. Louis, Chicago, and points-North, South East and West.
: < grange meetings with, and a piano STATE OFFICRS GUANO CHAPTER,R.X M.

1'. 'for recreation. V Orand Hlah Priest-V. Bowes,Jacksonville V OF ALL KINDS.
Deputy Grand High Priest-J.H. Driggs,J'cl.sonviii. The best musical talent of the country recommend

.. V' The authorities of the Working ... GENERAL INSURANCE the TRAIN' LEAVES DAILY AT 9.30 A. M. these The nicest and best.- More for
V V ;,. Women's Granl: King-B. O. ...Id.rman. Marianoa.Urand AGENTS, representing following com Organs. JfIII1tmoaey
College in London have' Scribe-D. O. Wilson, Tallahassee: "
panics : and gives better sathftcttoa, than othernow
Xreasorvr V. A. Jacksonville. say
determined t to 'open' that institution OraLd Young;
,: in October t V for the OLD FELLOWS. FRANKLIN. OF PHILADELPHIA With combined suits of over PASSENGERS HOLDING TICKETS BY OTHER LINES CAN GET THEM made. They comprise the ,
I f joint educa. V .
F'ondaliodce No. 1Wm. H.Cook X.' O.; 8. M, CONTINENTAL, OF'l'lEW YORK '; V EXCHANGED (thereby avoiding delay in Savannah) ATBRENfs .
: I : ",tion of men and women. Tuckrr, :a. 1:1:. Jftuular mMlingi tvery: Tursdaj ; } .. -- .... ...- '
N.-OF-NEW-YORK. Eureka Concerto Ortkettra akd Gruub
1 < III.U.' s 87:000--00'0- ,
Miss Harriet Upton has bequeathed ..
-V $1,000the City of Salem! Mass, Dnval) DIvMon\ \ Ko.' 1-Henry Kane N. P.: Geo ," TICKET OFFICE VV

the interest to be devoted- to the poor day W. Frazier citfht: at, K.Oo!*,'*T Regular mt>lar'a meetings Halt, Hoer's every Block.Than LOANING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND CONVEYANCING A ,

c,' ry,Thanksg \'ing Day. Jacksonville IX,*4ft ol Oood Templars 0. 1-B.F. SPECIALTY. ; 21 BULL STREET SAVANNAH, GA. Illustrated Catalogues sent hy mail postpaid to any
.j V < Ward, \V. C. T.; 8. A. Beuviog W. It. 8. Meet V V
V ) Jones says that why he isn't mar: ), Wednesday evening in Hoe1* Hull.(84 floor). address upon application: to
SoS I-U.O.T.. Eu'Jack oviileU. We give below a'i'ol the choice places for sale :" : '_. _V ; : V
...... ned is because that when he wooed Rescue Lodge ( > ) many by us : V V V V" .
she wouldn't. Grove Hal, the shell :
Meet tvrnlm at near
t-v.-ry : {
No. T}, Two-story house on Ashley street,near St. No. 105. Dunlawton Plantation: on Hali&x river V
'_-._- -- road liiidge.FIRC DEPARTMENT. James Hotel pleasantly situated In one of the best seven miles north of Mosquito inlet,at Port Orange .
'- ; V O in &ndPIne.V CMe'Engineer-J mes IL Hoer ael&hborhoodelDtheciry; house Is new.with six rooms, '.too acres, 1.150 acres rich hammock Iylacon.pJcoty mile DAILY PAPERS New Sa", CoaL-_ V
of closets, and good servant's room; lot 52#* from river: 50 acres high shell land, immediately on "
.:.Mr. 'Ben P. Shillaber has recently Steam 1st Atalilant Fir*Engine:-Joseph MecLsuU's> Marryck.-Thos., J.Mott Fore 105 feet, good fence, good sidewalk; and the street the river bank.having front of about one fourth mile. From following] cities on file, FREE TO EVERYBODY: Boston, HOUSE
visited( the Isle of Shoals and had shelled; grapes U bearing; a fine lot of young orange with Ia'le. two-story,frame house 18 rooms neerly THE'OCEAN ,
occasion man. flowers and shade finished ; New York, Philadelphia Baltimore San Francisco Chicago
JEtua: ste. FiN Engine-i"William Baya Foreman. trees; trees growing thriftily; good ; house commands view of the river and ocean .
to investigate the mysteries of Alert nose tn No. 1-O, C. Vandergriff, Foreman. well,with pump on back porch: ,which Is covered with and Is surrounded with large bearing< orange trees, St. Louis, Cincinnati, and many others. VV
flowering vine*.' Will be sold cheap. some 75 to 100 in number: good well,and cistern V F1A.
gin and pine. In the Boston FtMBoU UOM No. S-A.J. Buse,Foreman.Amoiicus ? .
a note
!C? Hook and udder Co.A.. WlUon N. B. To capitalists "desiring! a big I 'thing" there. that holds t.soo gallons,U yard; thoroughly ditched Quick Timt and Sure Connections via the Prl.Ktiy 1 Railroad.- ''
V V V Transcript! thus explains the Foreman. Is a fine opening in Springfield: a few thousand dollars and drained; canal! from sugar-house running to.the ..
rCl1hs1: :BANKS.Frtrimat's will go a great way just now. For particulars enquire river for transportation of crop; Immense quantities of Centrally located and first-class ia all its..ppolflt.c.wiU ,
- was a guest at the Apple- auccts.wild orange axes the the soil Is similai the
VV : Favlrjf's Bank, corner of Pint and Morton & Kooker corner Ocean and Bay on place; to
dore, an4 felt considerably; under the Forsyth siroeta,J. W. Swum, Caabier. V : No. 74. A HANOSOM RSSIDDCC Pot SALC.-Six limestone best sugar.lands of Cuba This to which It ls fully equal: remain open during the Summer months.
weather from the D. O. ArabIc?. Backing House Bay street, T. U.Uaa.y Urge rooms and kitchen double bay window on the choicest Is abundai place II really one of the .A. O..HUSSEY..: JNO.: W. HOWELL.HUSSEY" .
great shaking I puces in Florida, and was known as such be- V
up t; hier. -
& double double the south -
west,Urn parlors, piazza on fore the V V V V TRANSIENT BOARD
: had endured In going thither A E. W. Denny. Backing HOD'". Bay street,cornerof commanding one of the finest views In Jacksonville; war.- : "

friend of in Ooean. windows filled with four lights of 40-Inch glass and hung N. B. Do'you 'Van a snug winter"home, with & HOWELL |a PER DAY or "|;o PER*WEEK.
my HOTELS. with cords and weights oo pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and lowers,In florid.? Yau-caa PI a _
-' ear ," gin and Grand National.; :Bay street, near Jntia,Oeo. Me- with blinds all finished with mould. beautiful It
\ ; try pine. It was a floor : casings are lot. 70x156: kI, In Springfield;Ugh and Very reasonable amagemcatsmad_ with pcnuacst
Gilll"l'roprktor.- ing: and oiled and varnished making a beautiful finish; healthful,and within tea ImteS'riaJk the post-office, 1."! .WHOLESALE V
proposition, and Hooked Metropolitan Sfewnaa .trst, near Bay /. :B. ceilings high walls hard-fiDiahodopen stairs, double OD which to maki foe particutara: enquire V bOZdCii.V V
I, .. V .to him for an explanation. He led Tognl, Proprietor. glass,front doors, monica Inck on every door In house; of Norton. lit Kooker, .\, ... MRS..V C t.BUITINCTOir.Jacksonville .
fr Oooan Rouse,Ocean street,near :Bay, Mrs. C.L china closet,store-room plenty of clothes-presses bathroom .' '
me down stairs, and)then he demanded Bufflngton.rropriatrces. c' V ; hip roof;with cupola! from which a charming No. 119. A tract"of M acres i eo seres cleared hamipock SHOES ,'May.j,1874 &fs
( of the man: who stood behind the Fiorida Home,corner! Fonytb and Cedar streets, view is to be had of the city the river and surrounding land: fine front on SL John's river; two miles west : '- -- "! V
V W. E Stock well., Manager. country: three lots,making 15711:109: feet; good well; wf lacksonvUe. This is one of the most. desirable river V "
.counter, Gin and pine !I" The gin young shade trees started; EaU a mile from post-office. if fronts the vicinity of Jacksonville. Will be divided LEATHER & FINDINGS. Percale shirts, tt nke,at Bucky." -

V FEDERAL OFFICERS. For at a bargain., :
: was-pouted into a glass: and then V. :
- 7 ; a Collretor of Cuetoll. R. SOOT N..96.' -A large, two-story house with! V Un Urge No:146. Stfa soa'ArUngtotivriv' .darklookingbottle was taken down- Deputy Collector-C. W. BLKW. rooms: thoroughly builtand naished In first-rate I10rIda Hom.,containing the old'vineyard. For sale RULES .
', V the same; I am told, that Smith 'discovered Inspector f\Utomn. IIIOGINS.Postn.tsr.E. with twelve feel ceilings i one acre of ground,covered at a barga'n. 'V VV ..complete\ assortment of New York/and/ ..Philadelphia fine CODE. ,V
M. fruit located
CHENEY. with and flowers p1tIdI2tt
trees pleasantly within jutf
.: ". ',' -and about a Jcaspoonful of Collector of Internal Ri'vcnee-A. A. KHIOHT.. a minutes walk of the raflrOad'd: .- Price;flo/no. ; : No. 147. ManorouTAN Hortx. This hotel is Goods always "on hand. 'i ; V The ,.Fio small*rcuW edidoa office.'at'of th.Rides 01 Practk,*has..**. **"'
> printed
Surveror-Oenoral. GILBERT. down balance time desired. centrally located,built of the best Frenck brick,and II
$ on long U
\'t, ,4 dark semi.fluid added. The tnmbkr U. 8. 4soo a first-class 'house : Sole : by !h. Supreme Court together with the act oliin.
Oiuc r-THOS.McMUKRAY.XT. No. 99. 400 acres'n"6rangt'county| i'one mile from'Meloevule.2 terms apply Norton IBevery ft It oker.respect.' 'For.. prices and agents in Jacksonville for Samuel Dunbar': & Co.'s_ repealing the Code ef Prbceedure;a4 the fall text*'
wasthen filled(! ith"water and 8;CIRCUIT OOURT., Price, f 5 per acre. Misses ,and Children's Fine Shoes. BOWK'S Cede (act of iWi) now,ia tax* all is ps'
1 ; ':'lfeetcned and ft was given n1e'to Judge-PHILIPFlUBKR,' V VV'VV'V phletform, V V
V ; Attorney-J. B.C. DREW. V Calloaorwritlto' tr'.an4 state your' wants '. j ,.J", % "'. '- "" V VV Good senCby mail all > 'of th 'State.V VV :V Thi.compnatJoBr''wO jIio ftr7 ....4W__
or "
: .take: -.n a medid :. I drank it with Kareha1-a.COM ANT.Clerk S : expresft )parts .:.:j$54.
-( -J. X.TOWSSESD.C. OCEAN AND BAY J J c % ..iL; Price'rw. !Do15! ,V Caah '

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