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 26, 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 NEW SOUTH .::No case of acute rheumatism i as ever 1 average two practicing' physicians apiece short," arc.the answers gir o' to shippers bythreats d :'d'-' ", ,. .. ,'TT::.

corte under'my observation,' except I do' not Include Key West : or pronilsestobreakup the I .MISCLLNEOUs GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS -r..
when the also and that Wt the .end ofthe; mat party that saved the nation, and,'Jhatnow .
D EVERV WEDNESDAY AND. patient was sufFering which, although In Monroe forms a dis- .
FLUUs"1" SATURDAY.. with a gonorrhoea discharge;., more or, .Ll i community of jtsejf.. ter. If there is, 'a law pertiining' to defends jts honor and Its: integrity MELLN :i TO ,

TERMS SUBSCRIPTiON- less acute." m Cases of pulmonary tuberculosis. occurring public carriers' in 'Florida it1. -should be, [Every shade of opposition i is .. EVERYBODY.1.'
n"bcrs, $3.S Bnuin. erebro pDaf{ meningitis whether in natives'or old residents enforced. being united little '. '*
pw faults
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!Plf-\\'UILT.iu* u puiKn assporodio are ; are being wikh. enulM trtkk i* th. of apn -
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each and aD ettta ___
rr or mm copies. 3.OO copy. extremely infrequent. In ii'prbfeasiona Last ''winter am Informed a distorted MELLONVLLE,ORANGE I '--
e unknown certain into
in the glaring the -
jj erjrdul nf ten received*n Oae time. or epidemic wrougs ;,
t e a. -
% be sent experience in this section,of 15 :came'near ,. .,Liquors, .j!l!.. ; :.i
WfMLT. mall wUcriUers; Sa per -annum. TenMpjcifi.ij State 'south'ofOca11. whereis was said! years party arranging to puta peculations! of single official are be j/ ,
each; Iwwity cop e |t.6oj tifty cop- not more 'than half a dozen cases have, steamer on.the St. Johns that wouldrun ing held "the 'rule'of '. '. 'L }. B.TOGNl.
up as conduct L KITE ,
ontbepart'o .
uch. i to have prevailedin.the5w1ntetofj8634.. cbnie under my observation and' the 'si '.hp : "rW > 'tr S !
les |1.40 '
between Mell D9i11e
disease whole number I regularly and (all ; and .if our 'Our friendsare .5' _" -r : ,2.. ',. !
During the season occurring 1th of Ocala
Savannah. Until. this ;is ;done jt jis not earnest and 7) IDDELL.HOUSE, : : : .
mcli' scl'llOl1 will probably not exceed a dozen ,
0 Wt ,01'I %: similar prevailed the laborers at or so -
SI.u-WuaL"'t ? among : f
uch. !juent tn.cRlOO"SO cent*. for,the same length of time nonsense to grow anything perishablefor blesttpartjr I of modern'-times "will be .1. you wish to taks doa la.; good'gtsw'if". .
"11IK1.1', f i..j per lm$ct ..first Insertion; each Baldwin but Its identity' was never. ; Wo, have thus quoted very' fully from' market., ">Ve can: hold out bu'poor this foul tide of misrepresentation FRN"N'DINA' T',.,... s.go to].B.TOGNiVsakwB.Bay nr* t.A .' .
InNerUon T5 .
julfccqu critically encouragement, to.\inew omers and falsehood As : ." .-.. 'S .
this valuable we
%line. pamphlet both from
Sjril N"tiul'O cent per Traumatic tetanus occurs but a per- who live :.SAMUEL T. RIDDELL; : i
very expert to by.the "sweat of judge. 'the ,
Tutus: CASH IK ADVANCE ; its > tree by its fruits, so we .
fading appreciation of Intrinsic value .
". .. .. .
i infrequently.after wounds or injuries their brow I thisTommuni-: ) ti
Addl'C ADAMS, CARRUTH & CO.: ; hope judge the party by ihe fruits which', it Sptendid surf bathing. Bcasa.AIeoaclnaPec.aClrl&at.J. _
and because it so"
Ucksonvllle. FonS "So far- this section has escaped fully contradicts the cation will bring'out Bothers;'and that har borne; and is 'still bearing ,for advancing 49Magnficcot is' S '.I ,
diphtheria in either a sporadic or epidemic aspersions on the
Dr. Wall's Pamphlet on Florida. form. Thenare not wanting those ,which without any .cause, save the I have 'endeavored to' make'.atruestatecnen.u : ,form, it has the power tobring" 'it :!.Re.W. I.. b _.: ''.. _j_, s-JII. : "'

"TiiE CLIMATE AND DISEASES OP-TIIEfiiir physicians however here as elsewhere active efforts'. 4' the owners of hotels,, rio'n :.letters''iti/LStrtl wirui ,Doweaeekntiiued. .4vcL. > co .S" -'f ':' .. ; CLARht i ..J,:." 1ti't w'& '.

Goneror THE FLOHIDAPEMixstLA who, cither from Ignorance tor an Unprofessional boarding-houses and real front observation. -".T'J T'" ".: OPBN. ,: ,.- .... _. ,. _" .H S ...
anxiety for reputation call i estate in rival l opp1 nt'9f national wealth, its past DURNG\TIE' ". r "7 : ,. ,
J. 1' WALL., M. i>.
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.UxLtKMVIUJI, FLA.,Aug. *o, zB7 -
FLOIUUA. almost every affection of the throat (diph localities, have crept into general pre career is the best assuranceth we FORWARDING ,: < ,
.- shall have it Do BOARD: .
theria. : desire ,
valence. we .
peace, : '
Sucli i i" the title of a carefully prepared S Political Common Sense, ,Perdajr, ( 4JTD ._ "r ;:..
Insolation or sunstroke never occurs Not since referred the freedom,:and all the blessing confer-
long ,' wo in Per u'-
and opportune pamphlet by one of in either town or country ; nor have I NEW SOUTH to certain injurious When human nature'aitains perfection red, by c1.fove merit,, it is the only Satl&aoramngemena, J week. >1-made from with I to oIoU s s O'N' MER CHA"N'T
reports .
1 our well known ami) couipeteut phy&i- heard of its occuirence in Key WC&t.The party thatcan, bestow them .and .5 t, :"A _=,1.
the climate and we may"look for a political party protect -
respecting -salubrity ; LID DSAtXI IK '
heat is in this '
never so excessive
'J and having bueu permitted to I Fine .
rians, without faults. The best organizationever us in their --enjoyment. Wash livery accommodations. -
climate as either to cause diseaseor our State which emanated from California *****
exercise -
after PROVIStONS.i .
June .
)look it over, we are prepared to com- an unfavorable influence on the devised by man hal had Its.weak ington Rep 1J1' Oa ist alf'te. GJtA.I :. .

:1 mend it. as a work of great value to the kick. On the other band convalescenceis .and, by a comparison from tho points Even'the chuh,'an'orga'ni : : HAY. SEGARS.ftc.. 's*
U. S. Census endeavored to show that HOT -
,; whole State. always remarkably rapid'as regards zation where purity' nd'' 'excellence PROFESSIONAL CARDS- ftc.HF. METROPOLITAN I Azents for Florida for '*11..:".7.-. ..
Florida had nothing'to' fear from <
'1 Dr. Wall was tor many years a ,resident both diseases and surgical injuries. any found, ifaiywhere on earth, Averill's Cheaakal Paint.and .-, \

" of Hrooksville in Hernando County Calculus affections of the urinary organs such comparison. has its shadows whi tat.1timesdarkenthe .COLCO" D JACKSONVILLE., FLORIDA. : S. fiuffnxaei '
: ,
are never met with in this section, I As a citizen we feel under obligationsto I :I. White's Patent. Moe.y_Driwir
of its ., 'M "
removed to Tampa. light ,hoiteachings. Yet WIU "
- subsequently remain the
and ) > during
nor as I know of, in any otb r par of > n open Sum tr Agent for ,*', .C- i
; Having all the time the advantages of the State. From the conditions favorable Dr.1 Walls for the skill and thoroughness no one abandons tIe church becausea l( ., Successor to Hide, and Skin business.of the'travtUinj j. .' ; 'I' *' :\ "i' I
public SrnsuiLIZZIEBAKER. .
> ,
1 extensive medical praetiee to draw to the formation of vericnl calculi with which so difficult and extensive few ofitsfoljowersprove unworthy; J. K. CROWELL; 1 moo o -an ... ; ? tJI .

an of t)lorida appears} to l he peculiarly exempt.Of a subject has been ably and scientifically of Us 'name anJ :become stumbling .,, : VOLCSIA.ABO < .. .r.
his opinions are more OtcaIUtrIets. Greatly .Redu ; I .
upon .Corner Bay snd Prces' jt f
intestinal worms the most common blocks religions truth .
treated. The has
weight.The pamphlet in'lhe'p/th i: < '.: \ .1 .:;
9 varieties are the dscan lumb'icoides sixteen i is handsomely.issued a.few. fall but tAe/ many press bn,'hold- Highest cash for Hides Skins PER Vaa Brant" Bro's. Una' Sailing' Packets, -
whole treatise is so compact that and ascaris vermiculdris. 'The pages, by I pricee paid ton RATE. r DAY $ s. : ._17 A.
taper alofr th : ndard 'of truth.. lTheignprarit'andviciousmaysneer I Wax,Icc; 7"18Iwy '
ing .
11. P. Corker & Co. of Charleston s. 1. .
the bit and only: ndequate review Is worm in nny of its varieties is never ,, I FROM NEW,\'PRE.t. ? 1.tJ 1:.
met with; nor do I believe that it is to C., and will well pay perusal. at the C. U iOBOISOIJ;' ''I' i;wWJllTtrn I II and lib t by. the.wek and month. J
furnished by feuch extracts as we nave be found in 8eC.tioqnf the State. church ,bee/use its robes- cover ''at I Au'y at Law and U.S.Comm.r.. ,Notary Publ'ic.T' Bay Street.Jacksonville. .J1orIda.. ,Wllf. .s-
any I ;
:t Fpace for. Jso instance hydrophobia, in either The Doctor concludes as follows: times a hip/crite and-rascal, but 'the ( L., ROBINSON CO., .TABLEBOARD. AT. REDUCED.( : ,_>Ata .

Dr. W. intends to include in the term"GulfC'iwst" Animal or human within the State has Before the war' many more" invalids iriieti! e1,1tnd,virtuous look, not to .RtAL'. ", -.5- 5 A i R BANK.5: ., t.! ;.;;

a distance of about fifiy cOI".witbi./1'11 knowledge, visited this section ''than since and now. the by .(ale ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS ,The patronage of the public respectfully ,'t.J; ;
The great reason for this is entirely dependent Agency The Manhattan Life Insurance Company of DULn Ut
The of this section is
miles from the shore where is found mortality cxtl'emcly on the somewhat, less .accessi ling shoct.of profession buttothe, New York. J. B.TOGNI, P .: : :-I.I ..n..lfllh.' ,
low and
; that from malarial fevers Assets 190P09r462'J. Undivided ;
natural water fehd dividing the this' section to' the ninety And,nine who adds to its glory surplus 11,666,626.05. sth. AND PROVISIONS,1
the : for the last few years, has been nil. bility'of compared 7-11-1-Y.U: Ap 1774. ZTf' '

peninsula into two nearly equal portions, And so far as statistics can bo made Atlantic and St. Johns side. Moreoverthe by livfng ,upright and ,Christian lives \ STREET JACKSONVILLE .;Iti A
available show facilities of travel and accommodations What apt to calithe faults 'of JN. BETTES, Cent's furnishing goods low at, fAY .
tlown nearly to the Everglades. It ex- they a lcss'l percentage _:___ : 'J'} ", :m1'of olAlways
of for Florida than Statein for pleasure-seekers have hitherto i the church are the' shorkomingofa' ,
mortality simply
ti-nds from about\ 2Q N. L. to 85 N. a any been b there : ; : PHYSICIAN AND'SURGEO FOR SALE OR RENT- \p oft hand "* *'$ 'tfftwt
inadequate" caiiseas ,
yet .
the Uiijon. ,The .entire, abscenco, few baits' members: The ,
distance of about two hundred miles diseases less faial in their has been no demand for such. These .' CORN, 'OATS, BRAN, GROUl '
many more or church is no more responsible for them ; Jackson"ate.Fla.
having a mean% altitude near the coast ofP.UIU character and the mildness of deficienclesdn be readily supplied by Omcx AND ORANGE ; PEAS, CHICKEN FEED-: u'lfu.
greater than (I1e '"sun 'is' responsible" for the Hot7 s-From 8 tU! 9& m.and it till a p.m, HOTEL .
the Flonda'R.: U. from Fercan- : '
(' fifteen (tr.t-t. extending to about those oi malarial origin cannot' fail 'to putting Omcx'AKD RESIDBWO-Corner Ocean and Monroe PORK LARD BACON "f w .Jttw
that '
dma to Cedar Keys ,in the condition ofa clouds occasionally darken, the streets. "' SHOULDERS .
demonstrate the natural salubrity: of 6j6mO FOR' SALE OR RENT. ?< t -
(urn' It it in the interior. the climate. Much of this, exemption first-class road, with all the comforts earth. Its teachings tend to elevate; HAMS, ** S

rinchameter ot the country is thrtttil'jiiney from the graver forms of disease depends ol improved cars, etc., and placing more purify, andf, practiced by all :would AER & 'MARKENS, We win'rent for the season or sell on FISH, FLOUR

woods, iiilersperseil with hauini'icks doubtless upon its greater freedom steamers on the line between Cedar transform a world of wickedness intoa HOMINY,MEAL,RICE; : :(i 'a",

bU-anii lakes ponds, and from the extremes of temperature. Keys and Tampa, touching at the other perfect garden of ,love, .peace, and STRICTLY 'GROCERS THE ALl CIIACOq ORANGE HECKER'S FLOUR FARINA -, -I.j" 1 ,r
}miri variable$ : extent. respcctirr 1li : Gulf ports. Capital would then soon CHEESE APPLES, ONIONS. >.1t
the Climate to Con- Near Meltoarflle, ,, '
Adaptability of Orange
benevolence. But in the,face of human C. '.''. "-
thousands of Theotlimnsilv ;
tel acres. hotel accommodations all desirable -
the influence ,
as-ilic-ioussandj of a porous tumpliccs.- yet points. depravity we raustaccept; .thingsas WITH THE FARM" ORANGE MOLASSES, COFFEESii t. -

meteorological conditions of different I \ findthem.. We must bear with *: -Gocdi at Savannah. and Charleston .NURSERY. ATTACHED.. rEAS,1.COCOA ,' .
tiaiurf. on a sabstr.ttura of clay, more climates on disease is' not sufficiently In bringing this paper to a close, 1 as prices. n> '

rart-l.v. marl: or' rock. More or less understood to enable us to determine will assure the' reader that I have been ; the faults 'of' our neighbors, remembering 4 19-3m, THIS PROPERTY 'IS',MOST' 'OILS SNUFF.SOAPS, .S,'". ';.

vt-gfUiblf debris in proportion to the careful to avoid (and have We do the ,
with any accuracy, what meteorological exaggeration our own. must ORTON & KOOKER .LOCATED-I miles frm' the STARCH, TOBACCO. "'J r
qaafitil) and luxuriance ot the forest only set forth such facts anti opinions ,as best Perfection is N .
combinations may be either inimical to, we 'can. beyondour .boat Landing on. LkeMonr BUCKETS. .V 4'r
is '
lotiDil mixed with
growth inUmaU-ly or provocative of, disease. within are justified by experience, observationand reach-improvement within iti REAL ESTATE DEAl E&S, comer Ocean and Bay KET .!BR I ...SPONGES, TUBSsi
Lime rock is found : :, .\J
the furr cc Boil. study! thousands who annually streets,Jacksonville Florida.
rcncrally, and in nunv places crops out cliuiata a recent.was period considered temperature the principal of a vIsit the eastern portion'of p ninsuha To .so Ih'cthit by our: ''example we Life Money and loaned Fire InsureccevAgenia on Real Estate sad security.dealers ia General PiM SURPAEDwhe D part of 11 D GOODS OFKVERY KIN>.. ., --, -fiI : .
fiber*uI Ac vT\K ;roun )localitii'R the water w hard. Springs, and especially those of the respiratory terra incognita because .rof its remoteness the earth better for our having lived Correspondence solicited. J-286wtf 1 EVERYTHING T '
Sinprejrnatfd with eulphur and more or of travel. The and acted is the and substanceof 5 ;" "' : !1 it
from the main lines sum '
organs. More recent observations and If not sold before the MONDA SiTu '
less Mihtly. with uther mittitls are experience however, have pretty clearly limited time allowed for its preparation, man's duty to himself, his country, B. C. DREW, next,the property will on'that day be .GROCERY' !AND PROVISION. LINE." '5' sale the highest bidder. Apply to .
quite common. and UIH interruptions by J t S ,
demonstrated that this belief or as- professional and hisGod. FLEMING & : ff
JIctt'orologl.-TIU1JPI\ nearly be to ,engagements, must be my excuse ATTORNEY ANDCOUNSELLORATI.AW SELL FOR' CASH.' rin
eumpliou can predicated only avery As it is with, the church and all S Attorneys, .1
ceutraii hituated on the gulf roast, and for any absence. of methodical detail '
limited extent indeed, of nearlyall "
moral organizations so it is withpoli- .f .5(1 'rr
.nOlt. A) milts interiorly Irom the gulf diseases and lack of literary polish. OcIa5ri8lri. AND AT
and those of
particularly t
nt the h"ad) of Jlillauorougb Bay, l is tical parties.. We must judge them, Office i In the flew Freedman s Bank Bua.cIC k'.i! .a1
the That is -
respiratory organsi: ozone wish the book could be ,
medium for We widely in the the results Pin an Fonyt StrcetiJackzonville F All shades braids and ,
feleetrd as a lair locality aggregate, by they .. .' chignon at i I' .
only an allotropic state of is conceded AI"OW. | ci -
the lollowin"; nu-tearological observaftion bv the latest chemical oxygen authority I circulated at State expense. produce on the' .community, State, I S .I-IT laa. .Loggers Hotels.Boarding Houses:and ; : "
are invited to examine goods andprlcca.l"j
These are taken from the statistical .- ". and nation. It possible for bad SALE my
: and whether not other .
allotropic conditions FOR .
of the General's ofF M. & H. J. BAKER, .
F vj ot* Surgeon Voice from-Mellenville. ?
A into in f
of the serial elements subtle andas men to creep 'power a good J HIGHEST CASH PRICES ; '
ficc. irtiUibln'il! in 185C : The mean timptraturc ., -S. VERY ) ;
": for the setson& and for the yet undetectable, may exist; by their Editor New South--As"a fruit and party, and equally possible for good ATfORNEYS.AT.LAY.Omen COUNTRY JontiQ'O"-ALL 'I'5
;". whole) voar for 25 years, is, fprlnjr, disease.action on is a the problem human for economy attire scientific cause-- vegetable grower' of 'Florida, I 'am men to be found within the 'compass Three small Farms, near the City J. ,'k- ,

: 7208 :r unuHT, fiO'-X) ; autumn. 71 elucidation. The of sucha glad to' see the question of'through of a bad 'party. There is no rule : ReedsBui1d1ig '
: 01 C2"55 wluilo ; known which the be iy Jacksonville Florida ONE OF TEN ACRES IU.50N & WHITLOCK. 111 r
; u icier. ; year, 72 48. theur-bringing idiosyncratic transportation; agitated. Unless thereis by one can kept Geared land other .
The tucan rab-fall for the and susceptibility ; no Improvements.ONE Successors to Thos.'A.Wilson,' :r'miU .
swoons as an accessory factor-might a change for the better I advise that out or the other prevented from stay- JAMBS M. BAKSBHIHTONJ.: .."ID. E OF

; jor the whole year, for 1C years, i is go far towards the explanation of causa- no watermelons fruit or vege- log in.A, thief may break into a About fifteen acres In cultlndon.TENT son ACE BAUXS IW. .. ('. 'ft

;3 fling auuitu.. S Indies 10.C3;hiches tututaer winter, 28.4 8.04 inches tion in many diseases in lieu of the germor tables. of any sort tie grown on the St. scantuary, and despoil its ,altar; a :H. BEEBE, fruit trees for; ud. clay subsoil; one FLOUR, AND FEEDT: :
; ; places
cryptogamic doctrines. We are'almost saint in in peDn& '. I.' thle
aoehe ; whole year, A7IncllC8. The Johns river (or market. may labor a prison hopes Manulacturers I"
forced such conclusion
a account -
lolln 'il1" sunuuary of the weather is Hitc & Baker shipped from Mellen- converting its inmates.; We may ARCHITEC. \ About In cultivation, balance k I' r.FI
for the different effects human
the mean fur J 1 years: (the capitals' indicate health of various but remote on climates, yule about eight hundred melons, punish the one.when caught, and 'urge ROOM No.s.MASONIC BULDING.t36lgawS3.loS woods;t, a road CUO.AHDM*. MEAL, HOMINY, CRACKED, ..?. ,

the direction of the wind, and the similar in latitude, in altitude and about three hundred arid twelve of the other to extend his labors'of love, DeaVr Real Estate.,'WItschen's C. C.Building ,. RYE MEAL GRAHAM- j'd

figures the number of days from that meteorological conditions. If this pro- which were' ordered to. be shipped but the facts' 'remain_ the same, and 7tbflFi. "'! .' ..

dir tiou.) K.. 27; N. E.. 73; E., GO; S. cannot'well be TTEALTH WEALTH I FLOUR.CRACKEPVHEAf,&&. : .
ItaO portion should be true also of pulmonary from Savannah New'York ; yet not changed. To judgethe & ARTHUR BIRNEYi; 4'1.r.
fij Vq 23 fair. 245; S. W., 43; W., 43; N. tuberculosis : and until, the ultimate one ever reached New York. Those Republican:party by the characterof W 'SAWING & WOOD, TURNING ""* 'MMt
; : Cloudy, 143; rain 98.DLeaiesflr. of and : .. ", "> > ?i
Jaws both biology 'metero. few rascals that'have been l $
that reached Savannah were from a' caught -,ANDRECREATION---, .
Wall says the endemic logical physicsare, more fully comprehended -; .i"W
eleven to seventeen days doing' so. plundering its altar would just .
xliscates only comprise jJbosc of mala. it is impossible judge beneficial a priori Three hundred and thirty-two left and sensibleas to sit in judgment over ,4 # 'STREET, 'N p. 330 I: J !.' .-, ; 'Sawed, .Sp rt, and D hied.. ': ,i=
ial what climates or
origin, tucli intemitlent and re- niay prove the Creator because few his children T' '
Mellenville on ''the 5th of June, and a WASHINGTON f' i'I' f**
otherwise, to consumptives; CITY. Cord ad. _'
cniuent fever by > ; ._
and of those the types are In a recent article on Middle :Florida, on the morning of the 6th of June the have gone astray. Never since the LANDS FU. 'S .: '*.-. .-r"f'T"-"

ffliW, the pernicious and malignant by Dr. Randolph, of, Tallahassee,. published agent' for'' the steamer' Hattie took. a birth of the nation has a, party been M. A.rATTKON. A....M1SK.T ORANGE GROVES, COLO Block.Bay Street opposite.our Mill and Wlurv/>, ,

cases being He exceptions. Of the continued in the Floridian, a. weekly newspaper receipt for them from the agent of the quick and .willing ,to investigate ATTISON.&"MEEK FARMS, S '4CXSOVViLLE.FLA.. l- ..: ., .
fevers such as typhoid and typho- Dr. R. ..sajs that the climate'10f! Lizzie Baker at Palatka. On the nth whatever had the appearance of wron'g.and : VILLA ..4ww1T1.ocKl. .

aalarial, nota. asehasoccured within that dry section, as essentially II. has described moist insteadof it.Of I: of Jutie ike Lizzie .Baker's captain i is to punish wjth c.ven-h nded justicethe ATORNY -AT-LAW. SITS., Wtiscw. 'S-64" !ui ., rfi .

of fifteen said have refused to"take on, the 'wrongdoer, as the RepublicanjaTty. '
antncuxperlence years. This these ; to .. -
two contradicroryst.a.lcmentsl am '
ui be It has carried this of Office. Jacksonville. ., SALE ,.ON SANFQRD'S \ BANK. : ; : fd.
a fact of important of the ; spirit bdiDI. F.
significance disposed to accept that of Dr..Randolph melons. On the morning. 711 1 ReQ'1 fOR .,
w those whorecall the scourging derasfercr for the reason that ho has lived anJpraeziced I III of June .the. .steamer Lqllie Boy, justiCe far beyond the demands of '' ..L. M.MOORE. ; FREEDMAWS SAYINGS,&-TRUST Ca. Kf. .
tilio necessity and,has been censured D JOHNSON, M. D., t : S <;
!oftyphJI atlhelTorth ao4 II physio in that section a great (Capt. Shaw) took on fifty-seven mel- political ; : : '

Wt,lit I many years, and is presumably the better ons from Mellenville for,Kite, &,Baker by.its' own. friends for'..prosecutng ..1., HOMO30PATHICPHYSICIAN SALE OR RENT, jACxsoxvniJ BUIICII1'1. : ;; 4_

capacitated to judge. jts i beyond the- requirements 5' EOR .; ; \ .) '
Yellow fever and dengue"arc occa I The following remarks ot Dr. Horsey, and' thcyweht. through to, Savannahin investigations AND SURGEON, '. \ r;: '- ,ON LAKE: of any amount. ,received. from idai'.. '.
sional of its inveterate enemies. c i r1*'
\ sltants of the seaport towns, and extend to the northern portion" of' that good or er. Question : Why did [ : Di. .1 I I, .firms aDd soacaes. on which Interest wilt Tw .
|B a residence of three BUt it stands justified for Office, north 1c.-oBy Street,In RoID"ne S ",, : ,' ; '.r? M.JJ '. ; *'..
years in Tampa i section to which it is 'myiicsire to call not thethree hundred and. twelve, go buildingi" of Nato Ho m. t '. = .. -' : 1'
tare Sl'eo an epidemic of each yellywr the purityof its intentions.. It came Two'newCottaginear the h- v- v > .,
the boat "
!attention Ho says: 'The section of by same t, Upon inquiry Stbt eaf ta'eturenr'fiinda "-' ':: .
nerilu..1871' and dengue in 1873. As watch and. : '""". : ;.1' maybe' ... .'. ,'
nto over ,
those attacked country to which I especially desire to after the three hundred and thirtytwo power:. to :preerv \.7RANNO; : ; .SANFORD.. [ ,-la postal money- order" and bank drafts" 'f'" .t"
by yellow fever Invite and direct attention the the. Government and i U has S .
central ? '
melons 'three hundred and
wore( recent II lost ,. : 'At.J :l'' 't; \'r
residents. who had never 'V.' Bank b opea daily nWg Lii. Ins;aisoj
pine land regions'of which the towns I : of its original miSsjonWe .
ue D twelve of re'valued' af never lostsight
which, fifty
Th: expos to iu infection before. 'ot Gainesville Micanopy, Ocala and challenge.the.'political history of .'AT REY.AT.LV'u'I : Including HOME I.LOT of twenty. ace.a y evenings,. for deposits.! only. from't teltt. "
geograIlhicat 'and cents ,each "at Mellenville and' were ; -S- '
position ,
comm r. Brooksville are the centers. Situated as / in Reed' Block Bay Street with-largo dining-room .
cia :
) : : : hOe
relAtions the merit / .
dotbt of the gulf ports will no these points and their surrounding, ordered; to be .shipped, 'to New York, wprld ,for'a'pary, equal, 'i : I twoor -j' w SW u.r.Cev1: "

obn3ious. alwaY8 render them peculiarly upon the highest and dryest section of they proved by written acknqwledgi; that has done'so much to .I, '.. ,' .Sltb fu.BI-ho. ., I '_' .- ;I."' '

to the occasional epidemic the State removed rri the,* at Palatka to elevate mankind! and ,secure personal '
Prealenee sufficiently from nts by agents ALL& BASNETT Apply. H, LDiFORES N. DOBBINS,. -r, ; u' .
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let .ill yflow fever, and this lat- either coast to be beyond the effects.of have laid there until the ifth of June, liberty; for a party I that has left so C r ; H .
likely ,
increase ; L b _
with S : Lt.. : !
part passu, for and humanity : = '" i ,
broad ,
dampness to me to justice LAw .
ther they an
; appear possess when a sub-agent for' the Hattie or impress :
growth and '.17.137J GUNSMITH. LOOCSIIITH.. '
commercial t. .,.. .
import- ,
fle. In the of peculiar fitness to,merit,all requirements some other person' ''reported to me on the civilization of the age ".' I ; '" { 'W. ..

ai1ed also at epidemic(Cedar(? Keys,1871 and, it from pre- of climate that are to be obtained. We to have cast, them 'into the river. in whi h it had existence.. 'To: permit' One1 Reed'iBufldlng.upstairs..>_ ,".." MERCHANTS' GENERAL <. JOBBER! .t. .'

theCIe hue here the healthful uenoo of that i THE .r .,, : ",
wu carried to Those that reached .Savannah ,ambitious politicians, soured -IV., IACKONVIL : I htDdr'fd toGainsville a town peculiar aromatic element proverbial to : ; were F 'I ", Corner Bay and Hopm Streets, ,
IDtcr1or.1 milts from the Keys, in the the air of turpentine countries, which I too,otd,to be, (forwarded tOiNe'X, o 'k statesmen ;Jhe ppened.and avowed ', ,, HOI.s'BLJ. '

regard as'not altogether; niythical in,its city. Melons carefully".handled and enemies of the Republic to. break* up c. H. SUMMERS, "f S FRANK GREGORY, CJ FLORIDA. "l ,': 1

the JJioPathlc diseases of the liver with effects, for at'.lcast ills i inviting for,outdoor a :cool place, (not. cooked his.grand organzation.wotild, { be to : PRICE LST-* S -:O '-- r\... ; fti )3t" ,

exception of exercise and exertion and welcome ,whose approach ATTOR NEY-AT-LAW ; Twelve Laser Beer Te b..,i .. .
an occasional ca,e of thereby around 'a 'furnace) in'a general way, calamity lACHINES CLEANED .ftNnll' ': "
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i'Ql-dice are unknown to Dr. W. nod plays a': very important role in my'' Idea will keeIfwenty days. This information would'be' ruin,, whose'presen would AJ..I oK u NOTARY 1 U. S.PUBLIC CIRCUIT AND COURT.COMMISSIONER, .' .' : .'LImeJuI'Punc1t.L.L.Scupper nong I Cooler. : _, ; : .. ,. REPAIRED. I, ,. 'X4 _,t. 1' ..
of the
Are Tery Uncommon further requisites bDirovcmenL.He : is-.all' the satisfaction we;get be death to'our: peace ;.a d'p sperlty; ; \ Ice ........::,.,..:.....'. ; : .cftnI1'x4: !1.;.'
says; whose end is wise enough to ,Office. Po&abufldIn/ : : 0 P- rntrirrRY ; .
Inflammatory affections of the explored the around Gainesville for three hundred andthirty-two mel- no man S Mi .--___., S FROM PROMPTLYr': .
country for cast.It: little whether i it r I' .s .' Rum ,Pu"'., __ _. ATTENDED TO.. "- '- '* ;
:: matters : i -
TSSJ organ rcept an occasion- for A considerable distance, and dci not ons marketed in the height) of aq .i.LzamsG. ,' ; v': '' '
; ;
.. ,. I I.I.. A1qu1 Brandy PunchniiiimjniL-. : lt.{
x T.wiUl some bronchitis-are hesitate' to' recommend this 'region, early season., falls'before the sword 'of Democracyor. .t. ,UD : "'" m ir'u
Punch_ .. : '
here .. infrequent as a rule though which embraces the counties of Alacbua From all I learn the trouble of goes down by the treacherpui$blows & DANIEL : "" ,
lwhere' : can/ FLEMING Claret Punchy._.._;.....:._-..;'-_,_. ; ", ; '
epidemic .
an infla- Marion, Sampler Wayne, and of those, its friends its fall : ; S" "Z r'ss' :.
tflZ a sometimes parts this sort has been general. It is as oC: itithought ; Ab.lDthe.! -| ,- __--- Sib,oI'bl. .
serk1, Pulmonary prevails during whichcomplications Hernando as in my, opinion the most'. serted here as 'a fact'that but one will be: the same-the breakipg, down I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.., ., PLAIN DRINKS r 5 CENTS 1 "oJ) I
aotue C&sea Are developed, taking their in eligible To this section I give of my the beartVtat.assent?' so far man .(our years'since'h s' ever' made of the only,loyal.barrier, ;that. guards Optics: Re.,Block,corner'Oceaa' and Bay Street 'dials Imported&c. Ginger Ale,Bau'-Ale,Dublin' : R SALE.s s ". "- : "

diaee epa turo apparently'lrom the pldemicpneumonia as it goes, but it should also include the a dollar by marketing, 'melons from theJiberti, the people from. the JacksonvuH Fla,' >... 'iii"7/:;i ''J

9I r 1ej But Idipathic' and whole of Hernando, and the counties of Mellenville and he went with one ehcrpachment.o.thatdespptc| power )1.IY .. RICHARD'McLAUGHLIN : House and Lot.bcautifuIJJ located, .'In,the'>Oty-' .'. ,

Lee: 10 OCCUr very rarely, and are Elillsborough,Folk. Manatee, and a por- thousand Savannah, and clearedone that.once.held in the chains jf slavery ,KNIGHT i ,' I -. The house-Is Iarge.well fiebbed, aa4. ,

:e"'ea common as to be considered Ion of the very large county, of Monroe. dollar each 1 He came back and bur, million i human beings., A. ., S REAL ESTATE' AGENT with modern Improvements.) Inquire v.i U a .

Ie Of epidemic approximating ende- These latter counties are peculiarly exempt sent off one thousand more and lostmoney1 We would sound the alarmhrough- ATTORNEY AT LAW. 'tUi"; # ; COAK.JacbowIfleT1as-' .

Durrh from malarial fevers, much more breadth of AH sorts of Real Estate bought and sold. ;
a and jpn them. "Lost'on them out the length :and the .
dysentery only occur BO than any.others within my knowledgein }, .tsted.Taxes paid.Titles examined.. "
'pidzr! iO diseases and never in an the State,'and their: natural salubrity "Lost on. them;/' has bcepthecry as land We would'summon every Republican No"Hoeg's. Block. up I. ,l:, : .' Rims IT. WillIam As : .FAIRBANKS, ', .' ,, ,: :

dise155 or ma1fgnant' form. These may be appreciated, when' I state that to every:lot sent, off ever"since. On and eve'if friend cl 'liberty JacksontaieFla" New York' Ex-Gov. A. O. Curdn. ,

I 1'iel, to are 1tmcnt.generally mUd, and readlly. these counties, with,,an .aggregate population the'way.the. raff eat. them,'!, They olheir'post' oPduty.: Our|enemies ,S PICTURES 35wiy copied and WOOD*BICK- Lewis Philadelphia H; Redner;D G.,Ambler.Philadelphia Banker.: W. -..J.... ,PUBLIC-.'. ..#'; FOR* .' DtIYALCOUNT'-.**"....,..*:"O..-.. <. :' .

S of over' 10,000'souls/ 'do' not 1' iopen.They!! fcome! :; out are active, unscrupulous, :determined ,: .- c a Henry Tucker,itoston.Mass. -",.. ,IL.. '.,iri' .
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I ": -THE..NEW SOUTH.-.. and. all I! Republican! : ea.'beDe'. Tb Duval Agricultural and Horiu. essential to general agcultarl pros whet r we a editor sat on this or that more'than above" Special Deputy of the Marshal; than not .Dockraj's death sentence. to one -ot Ifl3J
-- turalSociety.. but : one or two more prwonment for life.
fr ----- ------ they commend thernelvesto.ourown- perity. He xh freight end of the lever f the dissection of
rttel In the
".'I ,. k AfcfcKk. I and and-' The members constituting, this association his subject might 'cast a shadow on the seventy-five Postmasterships A vessel drawing fourteen feet
reason judgment, to an agreement of his .own shipment to ono out of seven eIght
: : : : =z' ADAMS.CARRUTH: : & CO. o nlnobnll: Stt; CoIIectorship ; inches of water baa crossed
,/,j \ ',' r.*...fccuooo.v : r ': to criticistonly with. 'fairness,and assembled pursuant to adjournment New York- on which sixty-five percent, claims the Toot bas, next lo. the Bible, one Deputy Colectorhip out of nine or Cape Fear river. The the bar of

I; I 'IfI'" :. candor sikh c.and measures'of 'Re ,at the office of the Florida Land : on the' original cost 'was charged for Pryer.Bk and Koran, to be J lookedup ten; two are Inspectors. The chief p are delighted. WUmlDgons

t h.! J. S ADAMS..EDITOR. publicans we cannot concur! in' but Agency on, the 122.. of August at 10 fright and the: attention (of our 'to' for guidance.' The mention. 'of sitions held. by colored men are Marshal letter
I i'' f -- urf agencies on'the two lines of railroads.We Bzalne.ln a to ther
I :: -i without bitterness, personality or unnecessary A. H., 'Very .respectable merchants t their special Intreit In the these things that the Toot has done, not are inclined to the that Minister of te Intror, declares that
I! t severity. numbers, lion.J.: J.Finley, I in the Chair. and to enlarge. on things of minor Mr In his frm fort he had
4 luins of Loc::.]Interest..oUdttdfaMi para of Ik* promotion. dirt cheap transpor consequence Wal"! has been singularly fortunatein esp n
I II tii f rate. Also, communication*on subjects; general It I is useless! to'cultivate stolid blindness The ,Committee- Constitution and ation,to the'Nor. like the digging of the Suez canal elon of his appointees, and and er except nut '

r I:1:i ; InterestcspecUijrwiuc.'..-. Currespondenu tbuuld ti
..I brief a* the(acts and drcumiunces will permit. r. P. E. Johnson was to theCommittesmnd I, fevitr to disgrace hfmfHe 8tiiryr accession of Porto Rico
Ifr,' an not responsibly rot,opinion expressed: by, oOfcwraspoadcats. every reasonable, man, .Republican ad'de and Adams!, were; constituted ;:'a' Comtnittce Beeeher-Til'on :scandal, all of which) r has, however, offence If! .alto! to Germany I Is declared by Secretary

iil: te: returned nor.preserved.Rejected Anocy laaauscriptt moul contributions can neither control of the State government can be they were-desired to report conference with the citizens of w'l have been. unthought or'were it j r gether different gn'r He has procured Fish to D without foundation.The .

I *J1 l not b*nOl.cecL maintained if by harmony ahd union forthwith, Palatka, to arrange for the accominoda- not for the influence of this organ,',serve the appointment ot several Conservatives Herald correspondent, now in

r h -. he whole' strength of the party can be Upon the report of the Committee there of the member of the Fruit Grow t make ,a man "feel' ,his ,qats"' like ago I 1 non-partisan white men' to the fel with the CartUti, gives a much
REPUBLICAN NOMINATION which and after ccrtainamndment. office. Theso selections have been eminently view
was. accepted, promising of the
the solution 'of ia horse. makes him/ee/ mlr probable
-: concentrated, upon pend- Convention! to held a m\I:
-- b thatcity well and reflect ultimate
snctxs Don
.- placed great Carlos
thereto the Constitution than
: Fur Mctubor oCo& DI ct.JOIAH lug political b oes. Without such concentration I on the 13th and 14th of next. appears when looking'at those globesin credit upon Mr. Walls,, as 1 man who commonly He predicts that i i3

T.-WALLS. the history of Republicanism and By-Laws, r poi were adopted ',O tutiol of L..A. Hanfce- the fol- Robinson ,'drug store., We ,lire an could rio above and expand 'beyond the he Don wil pnscnta.haied king of Spald

f "! For tuber of, Congress:ist District, In Florida, as a thing of the pact, mi\tll and are as follows lowing[ -preamble and 'resolution, were earnest advocate of horn bt .w ng.f.' narrow Ihnits ,of party: aflaton. We I within a hnIemontb. attribution

.. WILLIAM PURMAN, i. with are not sorry that ha come the lack of ( and stable t
J. well be written now as at any future COSSIUTIO: adopted: Itl is a newspaper is is with a government
w& I when the colored man going to H>, k the cause of and
: ). time. Without assistanceUit be with- I. This organizatiun shall be knownas the stands.OD the i great incurale -
WHEREAS ft h man.
intimated that the corner
Republican State Central Committee for the Duval and llortlcul- I man out himself and It was the I weakness on the of Marshal
interference from"abroad Agricultural Fruit (k wers' of sian*. desire to arid ho Pi\r
Florida. Out we can ural l St>ciety.U. butonholel every one meets, prevalent rule, tour years"ago, for the Serrano.

I I \ w... It. GLtASuM<<. Chairman. D. EACAN.Secretary, ,and will elect lion. J. T. Walls us Representative Its oitject shall" be- the"' irnprorc- send a Committee of their Assdchztioi to saying that be is the best the smHrtestr tew white men _in the party to monopolize -r Not only Secretary bat the German
I attend tho Convention of Grow : I Fh.
1 I"I. :, DUtrlcts. Dittricts. of the Second District., Let meLt .'flts members, in the theory a : erst which the handsomest man ii> the State, ,of all the offices, and the colored men.whose JIinite to this country, in contra
c is called at Palatka on 'the .
l. IIiTamPotet. 33.11. S. Harmon ; enable to bold
.. J. W. udu. 14: S.,1'. Day, us have Republican peace: and Republican practice of agricultiire : 13th and.14th of i, November, next, .and course 'erery one agrees with him'nd :positions advantages"clamor ,for their tem of this ive( .to the rumor. and indeed, posi*.
IlL Its members shall consist of such
''of 3. W. J. Purman. i$ H. Braun. concentration for the WHEREAS ,cBltivRtiwi the Citrus makes in his announcement of the New York
preservation an
Smith The of entry kind of When they half the
4 Itawinn 6. J. W. Howell persons nn. shall receive a two-thirds tpui. get Freeman'Journal,

;, 6.". \M.v.L H.Stearns.DunicU. '7.. )Peter. D.Jones.Ij. Taimchilt.ti. of-good government and the .common, \.ol. fur admission, and pay the t>uui of cultivation family. in In'this Loffftiana State is then-fore similar to t book to that effect. Just so it is'with a offices State is it' not then time >f the 'iropendingcessioA pronounce of )the stol

,. Rupert Charles. W. H. LeCaln.o. interests!! of the State and the people.} one dollar aduiiasiou fee and one dollar nesolred. That this newspaper.: All that it. baa: 'Ito do i kio !for Republicans to make outcry unless to Germany; to.b a baseles.l Rc
: .. Samuel Walker! O.J Alden llii-realler, ', Society invite the there are men elevated to )posts for which (oar.
9 Robin Meacham 1 1. W/H.Cleason.i. annually Orange 0 rowers of.Louisiana', Alabama simply declare itself excellence Tho political uneasiness aad trouble
they are Mr. Walls' colored *
',:, ; i.. IVnnis. Eagan, J 1'. M.Bbee. Citizens' Transportation Meeting.In 1 V. Its officers: shall consist of'a President and G orgia, to atttnd and participate the 'public fully The Toot and ant qualified.have not beenso much- Towing out of the unnecessary and nh-.
.(' it. W. Brock. -j. -- Vice-President, Secretary.'Treas- appointees vise
I'. \Vm. D ..Start. _.. E. L.po, V are.RKTVMJCAN accordance with previous notice a urer, and.Librarian: (who shall const!- In our Convention, at'Pall\tka. the New 'York Herald have: done this trouble or loss to the Government as several agitation of the Southern of race States question.!
J : COKGKCSSIONAL* BXIICUTtVK: COMMITTEE. small assemblage of the citizens of Jack- tute the Executive" Committee,) and Upon motion the .Society adjourned anti consequently the public know that some of the white Republicans of very iralarly in Alabama are excltin"- much par-'

SECOND DISTRICT. fion\illc gathered in the City Hall on Chairmen Standing Committees, and one week., ,J"\V.\ 'WlHTNET,, thus two constitute the two only real/ lofty pretenton!. 'solicitude and attention in Washington,
At a matter of convenience to those wWilng to cor. he d I
: respond with'any member of die Republican Executive Saturday the 22d, at 11 A. 31. to confer ,bbLl. Its elj.t annually.shal held monthly "-I\ Secretary live papers in th United States or the State News. 'he Attorney-General to giting spc.'blat

: C-nnralttee" of thl District,we append the list if that together on the matter: of direct and and at such.other .,Bud places as The Official' Tojt Pape. world. 'thou i in>several alarming realities. pltial &

committee with post- flice addresses: cheap transportation to the' Xorth. '' the President may deem necessary forth Candidly there i! b one great, enterprise CIVIL .ArPOnJTMEXTS.-The following : British, Government}
I. Hon. I. R.SCOTTChairman.: Jacksonville. Editor New S1-\Ve' human. Th reminds the
; Hon. A. ,. KMGHT Treasurer. Jacksonville. Among those present we noticed a few s Society.VI. The fo that th Toot is'nt father *nd i civil appointments were made the newspapers to-day, (August 20th.) in an
that bort
WALTE. This Constitution be amended fact we were undoubted;
PHILIP Secretary Jacksonville.\: may '
Hon. E.C. tohnson. Lake City.Hon. who are always present when the real at regular said'amend thai at raffle mother to, and that i is, running Chawles last week : I official note, thai the publication of articles -
any meeting ; we were won a would be a
It. S. .rmo1t.Gainesville interests of our city are to be considered, \ for the State Senate. It would have Brevard by those deprived of civil
ment been !- C. Houston sige
having proposed at thepreviousjneeting. COfllg-J to
Hon :
K. R. Chad wick Palatka.Hon. !ibelous report. We were looked' nnd is
Birch Gibson.OcaU. but the attendance on this!!!, as on previous upon made his election n foregone cxmcliwion be rights prohibited by law.
1 Hon. Dennis Eagan. Madison. in our first period of of'baby-hood as an county jOJget"ic AJeandt'r Bell In the items of
occasions indicated same inexplicable BYLAWS.L before this but leursed aprPtOt fo light
D M. Papy,St. AU.rus DC. intellectual 1 we only just declined; Bethel T Stewart, to.buher- house '
and vjie candidobserver
:, Sam'A.Petty MtDonald.1\Icllenville Fernandina.John indifference: to l local progress: The President shall preside at all monstrosity, officially that he was going t ruw. We .iff, rice Brady Bowers" failed to qualify; special fur.pose interest: following of

:, I -._ to which the decadence of our city, meetings 1 of the Society and Executive looking upon, us no1 in our had bead of the. ,rumor ,before, but Albert Taber,to be collector of revenue .For building'jetties to protect site of
Committee and have ,
to call second will that
: "I of' tbe when it will hate been power period, say our reputation i ight-hocso and erection of
A Tour Groves.
Orange comes mainly thought with the public that it was only keeper's
special meetings.II. in the first rice Q._T. Sttwarf, failed to qualify' i
period Saint
to us. dwelling at
1 ; Recent wanderings haTe enabled us owing. We were glad to see the faces The Vice-President have like sti,1 some one's poor joke. 1)uval-James Augustine light-sta-
.. : .hal The between P.. / bei, r tion, Florida, thousand dollars
time our first twenty ,
to make o perl'onallntpt.ction! of some familiar on such occasions! of such men power \vith the President, shall preside intervening 'The Toot has not yet declared its position spec-tor of timber and lumber. For
and second I constructing an iron stairtowerand
during his absene periods wasP given intellectual -
I the most thriving and extenMve, of the as Randall Daniels, Hawkins, Archibald !- The Secretary shall or inllity.II. the l pursuits. Our cranium expanded't in reference to any of the minor .Madison-Anthony Hail/te be justice keeper's dwelling at Sand Kef light-*

i in the Ocklawnha and Dr. Robinson Fairbanks Holland, political of the day, and we station, Florida,twenty tnuttsaed dollars.
questions of
orange groves I>proceedings of the Spciety,and. ,conductits and nt one time our friends serioutly : peace.. I For
building a lighthouse
Luke region?, and to gather otherwise I Warrock, Greenlraf, Finley, Doggett eorrecpondcnee. only allude to two of them, viz :' the Holmes George T. to 6e ou the
thought that the safest if the oVl Cun Fowey Bocks Florida .Reefs, Florida
; and Christy but missed the merchants IV. The Treasurer'shall receive all plan. eiection I
much information of and many 'of United States Senator for *
great novelty county surveyor, vice Jame Paul/ left i one hundred dollars."
and out the the thing swell, was to haveit thoun
moneys pay same on t
who are perhaps: more deeply interested Florida and the third nomination of
interest to ourselves. ,
written order of the President. hooped.DurIng that''period of acquisition .the. Stats.ITatonrNeil. .I A recent ffintf kk the Savannah News,

: As soon HA a little time shall enable us I than they now perceive. I IlInn. V. Meetings s shall be held on the first' of mental committed Grant, in order, that our views may be T. ,McKinnon, w be .1 at II. W" Beecher on account of an allegation !-

to arrange our notes and data, we pro- J. J. Finley was called to the Saturday of each month. pabulum' we considered in any proposals that may be county lice A.. L. McCaskill ? of seil bloodthirstinessagainst
to several little
stories expressly slleyr. ,
chair and C. C. Cudrington made memory Jef7 ) \ ; would make a
to present to our readers some I II was ORDER OF mttdetou. .
jmse term expired.Santa ,
of r.publlcatlon ia that (
adapted sa means elucidating our paper o llw followIng -
I: .account ot"an extent of or:an go culture, secretary. 1. Reading minutes of last meeting.. In regard to the Senatorial question,
second ; liota John W. Butler, to be II extract: from the New Tribune
our Thereare
', : with an attendant success that we think: Judge Finley. in a few well chosen :2. Report Special Committees. philosophy: period. oar'Din in at present,_ "open. to conviction collector of. revenue- D. eminently proper a well York promotire'
; life that re-npponted;
will and words btated the % of the -.3.; Unfinished Business. some passages our we I of '
surprise many perhaps give object meetingto by the use of tangible reasons" peace:
H. Goldson
1 4. New Business; Essay;'Discussion;; prefer, pass .over. We.will.draw the to superintendent of I The Louisville Courier-Journal of
equal: gratification. be the consideration of the measures I as used to be said in ."the little town to
Report of Standing Committee veil over that little,custom-house schools, tie'Jame!A. Chaffin, term expired 20th publishes a letter from the
1-: proper to be taken to promote the inauguration mater ;lown East where used to live." ,
,Upon motion of ten minutes we Jf'hn L. be Henry Ward Beecher
'; The Union as a Republican Paper. a recess i which did not,leave us in as Hale condition : ; Cooper to county pronouncing thereputed .
of cheap and direct transportation was ordered to give all an opportunity as we could have'wished. a As to Grant, willi ,our .acc "tomed commissioner, re-appointed. sermon of his which bas been
Even '
: It will gratify many to know that the to the North. modesty-we have littleto, say., But widdy publihedy advising the hanging
to'assutnc, membership signature to I the glittering jewel truth 'should be i I Le6sW.. Smith to justice-of
: Union to become a Republican I Messrs. Warrock and Greenleaf Jeferson in an unblUhjng -
i proposes the Constitution and of fees. the ? J D.
payment handled gingerly at times. But thisisn't peac t'ic ; Thompson, re- orger He Not did
,' : piper: hereafter.: This change of 'front L members of a committee of a former cit.izens' The ther paper similar to the Toot 'can says only
following persons then became what our intellect is wrestling with. oran moved. t I never utter'or write such miserable

has been somewhat too long delayed meeting, reported that no new members in accordance with the Constitution We want to crucify 'the the : de, we are willing to contract that: Escaml\a-G''. :M. Cohen and Charles stuff, but the whole world! knows thatwhile

And I accompanied with. a good deal of information upon the ul>jcct had been public to all uneasiness ilhepub c mind in ref, many".were clamoring for some
viz J. J
A. J. Bid
: ,
Finley, r Djoa of the
of belief thnt Gray jl
pain. AS would naturally, be expected. obtained and asked to be discharged. E. II. W/Whitney. cross we, sin t we commenced creuce to a third term shall be allayed, ( peace. sacrifice or victim,. I everywhere and
J. 5am/er4-Arthur
J. Fox
wel llasoJ. scratch head to be superintendent
to for ideas intense
our opposed
THUS wo find two excellenteonservativi 8I Mr. Codrington then read to the meeting as I and that Grant shall withdraw in .favorof always wit eartstnes
S. Adams, P. E. Johnson, J. S. Parker,, editor of the 2b0lsume eight lunar months I of common schools, re A. P, the shedding of. of bIu ald resisted
; nominations but'as yet not a word in l a communication ,on the stockholder in' the
.transportationby Ewell Jamison, 'C. CCdringon', E. largest new Roberts, term expired. with all my might the influences

: ;'I favor of any Republican whether nominated !- the Fernandina and New York steam/ Dean, R. ,P.. Hardee It fiincchaye so cautiously ,worded those : Toot. And now' ; with very,mingled! feelings LEON. COXTT. which sought the execution of Jefferson
ideaithat ,
O\'eron 6rath d-'or' we are now standing : '. Davis. It U tho firt
B otherwise or noL ers. as a means of relief to Florida James of pleasure an-i'paiiij }like:a down- TUE C | not +mtfal for.,
Beattv. CKOP. Our
_' on a' platform of kind and TTOX plantersare me1 which has been circulated
1 We trust! mat wmie tnc union farmers. any any Easter who had the bilious.icholic, genrupon
thatso hara class ,
pledges Upon motiou the organization of the number of that in a to : A short ioth.South and,West. I am so heart

;., itt elf"to support Republican principles" Various ''short 'addresses were made Society was perfected by the election, planks, ; we are a doubled him up ,that nothing but time ago \yfc were told that if they werefavorld of the re-establishment of

{ it will, (in course of time, cease its opposition by Dr. Baldwin Messrs. Warrock, most perfect chrysalis state, ready to scratching for the relief of,his cutaneous with three or four weeks of hot good will between all who have Leen

;. those whom the select Id l)3acelarnation, to permanent official burt out apolitical butterfly of the Democratic affection weather th: cotton crop,and a and I so much value the good
; to pirty: Greenlcaf Fairbanks Finley and Ad- of some"seven years standing aleniUtd.
4 position of those who ,had.hitherto acted ,Conservative,Liberal Republican, large yieldeUain. Just such weatheras ofmy fellow.citizens of the South
carry them out. ams. officers relieved! him, we, while' swinging our tbeydeMred has been given them::
of the and J.
Society, J. Finley Comanchec that | step asidd from my usual
: Practical and It was urged side that Republican, .Chin e, Fiji, hat and but notwithstanding. the now reaches coursl
straightforward Republicans on one any sup- was chosen President'A.-J.; Bidw'ell; on high crying "hooray! cry : and makea'reply to.this slander.
know of but hei-e of the line of Grant, ant.Grant. Sumner or Jeff Davis I IT' utter our ears thu the cotton crop is likely to
one way to carry out port from Fernandina Vice-President E. hooray tearfully but hopefully,
II. Mason
; Treasurer order and rely on': our record be a It, has been hot,'and
.; their principles! ;nnd that is formally steamers would operate as a block to and J. W. Whitney, 'Secretary.C. winged : pat of the for a fond farewell. the faiurty looks withered to and tried MISCELLANEOUS.

; .and regularly assemble, in regularly the improvement of St. John's bar and .Codrington, then read the following The brii\ncr when editorial types. LATE NOCKEMOFF. up for want of rin..e hear,too,

t called Conventions and there publicly the inauguration ot a direct line of communication from lion. D. L. tme WIxcth near d the boll-wot m is at work and ia makingsad TO RENT,
Yulce: philosophers of.our stamp will,be without Rev. T".W. Moore. havoc with the bolls in some places. WANED
f.f .and openly select; in a fair and honorable steamers from Jacksonville, and that FEKXANDINA 1874.
Aug. 21, an occupation. Iho'Toot is to pass Editor Kew South .' No wonder Though disastrous to some of our
r way their standard-bearers.) any help to the Fernandina line would An agent of the line of steamers will tat ejs, this experience is plant: A CONVENIENT DWELLING.IN .
into other and less nothing more
competent hands, we cannot and conservative
," This the Republicans of the Second I tend .to make'Jacksonville subservientto be in Florida shortly, with whom definite get good than what it has been for years.and is I
: and this is.l one of'pur: last men to hold A FIRST CLASS CENTRAL LOCATION.
public for
arrangements can be made. Thercwill appointment*, '
: District have done and have nominated Fernandina.On oppruniiesto only another protest against the folly FORA SMALL FAMILY
bo no difficulty in stipulation for rah, for the Toot, however honorably and
they act of
may engaging in cotton We
dy an almost unanimous vote, lIon. J. the other hand all such local l jealousies planting. PERMANENT AXD CAREFUL
all the while and ', TL'A"T.
weekly sen'h.t for an ourselves we have made and however their private lives hope, however, that matters are not
T. Wall", for .re-election to Congress, were deprecated, and i it was said ice-room for delcat'fruits, &c., and for almighty uprgb may bad and with the a
reported that '
and at the same' time to al- be, there always a propitious App1attheFLORIDA
Still the that such that if line of to. cheap rates, will concentrate 8me one ready BANK.
Union 'hopes no a steamers' was ever be producers ,weather we are now fmving. a 781 SAVING

choice" will be J presented. It says of inn from this city it might as well have upon the line I they will mighty self., 'Rahirig for ourselves, unintelligent to' vilify and splash them with dirt. fair crop made.-Floridian, .

take concerted action and appoint a i reader is justifiable' homicide I have read with, regret the letters in IUNTING.: '' '
.lie nonJm-e selected: been done beloro this.. That the farmers ST JOHNS COONTT. p '
.. Committee to treat in their behalf, a when "our own interest isso blended the Union accusations :
And 80 )Ir Walls, as a common citiZen were restricted in their, operations, and satisfactory contract can be made. casting unjust on Colonel J..D. Westcott has consented I THE NEW SOUTH .

.: is worthy commendation, but as the dcvelomcnt of the State obstructed Mr. Maxwell, the Superintendent of with the public interest that the two can Rev. Mr. Moore, who has hitherto borne to,run a:an independent candidate for .

a Congressman!! he is far beneath what mainly by the lack of'' transportation, the Road wi be in Jacksonville tomorrow not well separated 'and it is particularly .the name,of a Rood man and Christian' thu Legislature.By JOB AND BOOK PRINTINGESTABLISHMENT.

our necessities demand. Still wo can I ; have 'requested him to .justifiable when i bidding fur another That.Mr. Moore has had any hand in .
t hich could have been secured nt the.$rst of November next, the StJohn's :
Kupport him in preference to some'who anytime call t see you and 1 conter n the subject. situation: and when-it modesty the alleged ihegularities.of the School Railroad'from' St. -
Augustine to
seek the place, Lut we bop To such within the last two years by energetic The are prepared to, execute orders Crerery
hnire will, be done in unison with 'rahing for the Board,is not believed by ten men in the Tocoi, will be entirely laid with Trail.umljirslclass prprc0 of '
'. presented to us. or other and thorough effort on the part of Undoubtedly) direct and cheap water dpdOD

citizens who arc tuft l pleased with Mr. our own business men. That the farmers transportation from Florida is the necessity Toot; and in this, we have spread ourselves I community. The magnitude of charge be inferior locomotives in aid cars will PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL PRINTING.

IValls and, his idea of: politics.] of the fruit and vegt table industry. to' blend] the two colors with the I is often funk by a knowledge of the motives running, 'speed and comfort ;
t of the State, with whom transportation to none elsewhere in the country. Suc'has BUSINESS
Then without a single word in favor But steamers are costly I and unless the delicious harmony of taste and touch which actuate the accuser, and if In the meantime, 'old St. 'Augustine :CRDS.CRD.
was question of life or death, business ,
of i is concentrated
: of any Republican, its three' editorial 51'1 !!! anda characteristic of one of the old'masters. those who malign Mr. Moore will come is waking up. Hotel and boardinghouse } c'RD.,
could not be cordial extended BIL
always expected patronage we can
columns are filled with attacks upon t.'wait"; not rely maintaining line Ono nfect the other, that is, the Toot foi'ard. I have no,doubt on comparison ; keepers are brushing up and expanding LEER HEADS,
that the merchants! were as deeply Interested upon long their dimensions the ,
to/eceive CIRCIK.
,r Republican men and Republican papers. enough to bring to development: its reflects ourselves. of f characters, Mr. Moore's wijl, prove to POSTERS :
rush ot visitors that is '
as other class and should be sure to occur ,
; and with nominations-of-well selected any productive capability.I What has itie'Ibo, done? The over be what the'community has always supposed -St. Augustine Press. ; 'BIEFS. t. ; *"ff

I Conservatives in opposition to' the Republican doing something if they hoped -to retainthe agree that after a year or two not charged public have an opportunity t :and that those of'his accusers are J. O. of the I Ibusine.s BLANKS.. ".AL 1ND.
t Whitneyhastakencharge
\ I State trade. It TV as said that te'farers one line only, but several or rather two COLORED PRINTIN&'AND GILT WORK.
nominee/ three times week answer this mcmenlous, hardly up'to the standard. .of the St.
could 'not and would not wait or a service can be qucston-hi department Angus- "V f.-jff
; : some one once skid'tnat If he could sustained by Florida productions for a fact- ,w arc. 6 anxious to get" certificates 'C'7 N"'. tine Press: CHEAP, NEAT-AND
forever their destruction !
: be delivered from \\i\tfricndi\ he would to own ; that I considerable portion,of the year. of character,"' that we'will put the rROMP.

: one way Fernandina, seemed now I, In the initiatory this We take take the following' from 'the OApSDEff COUNTY.. ,
take care of his enemies.There 'i arrangement, in the of '
thing form sealed The barbecue C\ L.KEENE .
i proposals" at Chattahoochee ended : ,
about to that the Fernandina point'is advisable for Fernandina Its ;
I open; ) prhl'ps' one a Observer.. Editor D. M.. : -
is nevertheless, degree of satisfaction to be delivered at the Toot office before / Ina riot. 'Several :
line fruit'and shots.were'fired but .
... : steamers were far better than none, and vegetable Hammond, has known. Mr. 'Walls from BAT r'jACxsoifvnxx,FLIm.
: in the thought, that the long business of the Gulf country ,nnd the I the Alabnma orah 1'heard 'from As, .' none were seriously injured.All .

,I *;inj (>f thi; Union is over and that and if the men of this city would! not line,of the Road, will unite with tho St. I Republics- ungrateful and as we fear his first coming into'the. State,' and his able-bodied citizens of Quincy kinds.Dealer lit Miirnery.constantly Fancy hand'and the Dreii G o a

give tht-m something better, they in for- j and testimonial to, Mr; Walls'* character is are Keep 0 o ,
' ,' Johns providing it,
,f : : ,1J1 eupport..Republican mue support that ..acknowledgements of the good at work on the "
tale what "offered.'That' steamer of a structure already'afloat strets. : HATS AND 'TRtMM. SI .
now wasthe I impartial and unbiassed: f r
principles,1'If: : will 1 support Walls. "a bo aged the work done wit(t>e 'out-stripped 1 In''the certainly .ALACUUA corarr':" "
can so.that people can / '
lime for action. go We have known Mr. Walls since the Drew a fine assortment
,.' We agree to the compact. to work at race by the mail, we mustblushingiy I Al. G o
Upon motion. Messrs. Warrock,.'Green-. once planting tor this coming :, autumn of,1865; first orderly of Capt. Cotton is being received in Gaines ', KID ,
season. Cauliflowers, cabbages, parsnips what tho Toot and 'our- GLOVE,
say TopUinyi's Companv'of the 3d regimentU. vile in small quantites daily.
4 ; Three, Cheers for the Sentinel. leaf Dr. Raldwin Dr. Robinson and carrot peas, Irish potatos, beets, selves have done and haven't done. S. C: troops. ' a.rare soldier A. H. has invented a new Very,CHEAP.'aLvj.a full assortment( -
Gen. LUtlefield wci e constituted a com salsify, ., ought to be largely planted Lard
I ,
last issue of and subaltern officer.- After his
At an the State official regimentwaidisbanded
organ in Cauliflowers well .Pardon the egotism which impels us" cotton press.. ., WHITEGOODS..-
mittee to confer with a similar committee September. grow he took
contract to cot
has appeared in_which no' attack of the Duval Agricultural and Horticultural in Stte they keel well and atways to place the long C )list of tho miracles..acCmplshed mill 'logs .for, Cessna &' Chars on the Mrs. Eliza Bighorn,of Archer,is dead Hare. just received a:fin*lot o

: It made upon Conover, Walls or the are demand North. by the Tool' foremost: That I
'. to devise and report wannee ,river In ; ..ho .CUN1T. HATS, LINENS, GRE'ADINE
2(10.'" SOUTH. We'are glad to note this Society Yours respectfully n self-sacrificing bimselfmoro, than an average Fruitland Dunn'sLk. AND'JAPANESE CHALLIES
grbal proved peninsula, near

- t l t tact as {odicativtt! of a practical: disposition te. best'means, to secure l-,n diat. ,C. COPKINOTON,.Esq: D. L. YCLEE. i. propensities,don't admit of a doubt. I I I man, always making the best day's work i'8'good iocatio ,for orange That win De'soMatjreadTreductJpiicek, '67 ''
of man in the. Next d
emp'oy. we
trnsporton. any '
to, promote 'pnblican uni n andsuri'esa. has been true: Stearns- interest. .
: the The following t I I find him teacher at ,Archer. Then he growers.. ,
On motion meeting adjourned to resolution offered by ,a t ,SALE AND FEED STABLES

\V'e meet on Saturday,,the 29th', at 3 PM. L; A. Harden, was then : uttered, one undeniable'truth! whencalled' (t bought farm' And was making a.crop PUTNAM COCNTT ORASGE GRowErs'SOCThTY L'
- aru sorry toboto the tone of the ndoptee the August convention the of cotton when the reconstruction of the .-At a' 'meeting heldat
in David L.
Sentinel in regard to the unfortunate City Valuation.- Yulee Recognizing a good and wortb lon. as "Walls' conventIon, which,it emphatically f State government commenced ia .1867. -the Court-house, on, the 19th inst.. the,
w'el '
I political difficulties in the First District He'went through two terms in the Senate -I
be which
faithful proved to unusual
as a publio.servant, .whose with Then i following.officers were elected:. JudgeJames ,
for the existence of which, the bitter The Board 'of Equalization of City has been devoted to the: Jntrest and statement we cap' only'account J lor from t.o'Congresswher reputation., ho ,has, served he went'certainly Burt President; Hon.. H. L.
and Taxes reported. at the l last meeting of welfare Florida and who .
personal, '. course of the Sentinel is zealously only a partial.knowledge of tho.differ, ;- with, great credit, if n I Hart, Vice President; Gulls, 'Secretary
_ \ labored for the witdS <
the Council and the assessment book was years to agricultural '
held '
generally responsible, and which resources of the prove State. Therefore ent political, social, personal and .business !- tinction. ,Mr. Formati, his ; N H. Moragne, eaur r. The

unless speedily assuaged, will inevitably turned over to the collector. The total Ieolved, That Hon. D. L. Yulee be ," affiliations r our citizens." Its lu'te..House, is,a';very brilliant man, officers of! the. society were constituted

r lead to the election of,a Conservative valuation property in the city is f 2- lend his active and, wit unlimited sell-confidence; yet in
political principles have been,of that incomprehensible committee Th best B taan
nvitd t' usistnc they have,served side by a. draw up a constitution and most styHsa. 'team "d
Congressman. Bat that Is a matter ofrpedal 123,510, of which $1,76,5S is on .realestate. co-operation in the cner- t txt found I UM Stable oths undenigned.Florid .g.
'ormaton order well calculated
; side
,'we ,Mr.'W.the preference and by-laws. Messrs and
the valuation of andHoriculturl t rtef'give ; Tea HO.corner of Cedar "oJI
Tho getlo *
to l\arlln support Agricultural and; cared
concern the
Republicans of Society ef help us jump on; "toiher horso" at any for and importance of dale, Shalley,. Gillis were w ioa ,

"Li.. the First District, who can console them- indicated by the original 1 assess fectively'to ia the wi of time. hare been'pregnantwith the,'procured t be passed appointed a committee to.confer Cartss t.SUI team fcr uanDng always 0'Kand.
Bsist development It'editoial wit P
elves with upwards of ; The persons in behalf of the State. .
tho'thoughl that their met 170. the Florida '
quarrel the follows resources llLtlestoiieIjiaving a moral, whichis It i is hinted that Mr. W the Jacksonville .and Orange county ,jaCksonvlUcI1LMaT3oi574 WI.AVnT.
paying highest are as : 1sl'commited
wilt elect as good a' man and as .taxes Mr?Codrington announced that F. B. no little qualification'',for an editor of to' the-interest of his race' comittees to'the thneof holding the! -
-i t'13i' I, able a representative. .of the Con.erta.t .!; A. W HotH_.-._..._.,_._......,'t 1,50500 t6s 0 Papy, on the part of the 1 J. P.. '& M. a religious journal l, 'should, you wish white, man. ,This ,is serious 'And,te Orange GwerS a Conventton at Pals tka. I ,- Fo neckttea and bW c.'B11 {

6la___ ........,. true renders him unfit for his trust.ButIsthistruo -
t ; H'ren as John A. Henderson. i H. ? .o ',36 0 Railroad, and Col. H. L Hart for his such an editor, gentlemen. has,been high -

L This btrrmiwlon. of,bitterness on the. The 1 collector HO"'o'is now ready receive,360 0 line of steamers, had agreed 1 take : mid-wife to the'oppressed, I has been The colored voters? are' full, :Condensed. News.' ,- C" 'L. ROBINSON, '._ '

put atr the Sentinel U ton* extremely, taxes, and those who pay immediately t delegates'to the Palatka Fruit Growers'i a lever:to'pry up'and,root'ont'al clique! of the Republican party: of th ninetnt Stte. J The ATTORNEY-AT-LAW' :

.. fatisfactory. u it enables us to asent to: Convection, on .the 13th and 14th of, and ; like the one, for instance; they werBof'equal intelligence Pennsylvania. Republican. State

tho truce thus.tendered, u we cordially I I will be entitled t.deduction of ten November next'at one"way. 1 rog the owners o(the with' fluence, ,every principle of proprietyaccords Convention" has pronounced i its opposition Al50. N0TARYpuBLlc uh OMMISSION4. '
Car .01. to a third presidential -term and -
; .J. r'
percent. to them > fon of that .CJ lTCUlIC"N
I tin. A* Republicans, we 1 invito the But -i.f .. Mr., 'addressed the indifferent In this latter of pos/ & "
; 4-. .44 *. Codrington success J, : proportion of the offices. Do they hold sustains HarmnJ forPresident-:; : :; ,:.. ,: ,."'

.ana to a common and candid support -Te St.. Paul' E. Church. HIM anew I Society, urging the.necessity of Immediate course, it made some dUlererc with the them? We believe no colored man Official advices bye reached'the State 3IuDc -

of all Rel| ubicAn! rfprcseotative' .,men. .portico as an exterior" adornment. ,, direct and cheap transportation as successfulness. of- the prying process holds any position i the Fed.efal Courts Department of commutation of ".', ? Bucky sell*t b white ve

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NEWS land City Club will umpire the .. "--,- --.- ---- -. .
CITY gamer :>. ;;'Council Proceedinga BUT YOURSELF A HOME.A .' .i--fl -- '5' .

" The following are the members of the OFTICULL. YnJJ rn iii&Juha'i.Is oflered fcr sal*. '. .e r4 '.' :. ,: 1. f rURHTTUR- c.'rM2r.CTURNITURF. ,

WEDNESDAY WORM, Acctxr 26.' 1874- Lee Club to On of chi moat deuoliU place*b 1 tic vidaity of Jack1ODYiDe.t.I."C .,-, -_ -. .
to-morrow .
i Captainand August 24th; 1874. .1 aa-.tbxt I acre ready bpIaati : :- '.-. '. ;: < -

catcher E. Bolles, jr Pit heiJ S. Council met in regular.session: present >- For panicuUn.apply at.the omatiac oaaof t. 'T" :. :-- .WAREROOMS1
Fire. G. Whitney; 1st b., W. B.Scott'i ,2d b. | alderman Fleming, president aldermen Tax Nr Soon. .5tf 1 : ::, .1.. -

Last Monday CTening the house owned, J. DaCosta; 3d b. A. Bam; S. S., jj Douglas, Russell, Denny, Huff, CIGARS RETAIL PRICE. l.,.. ,_ < S .W"' -.'It .- '.- "" {1ti; .

by Capt Dcwhart of ExterN, H., sit-J 0. tn y.i SB,. F., G. \. Davis; C. F.. and ThebeauL Imparted domestic and cf their owa .r-rfirtiirt CASH ..CURRENT' ;

anted about five miles' by *ater fnnn, *J. H. Munay L. F., Frank 5asv dra. Alderman Denny presented the petit a always b*bad.better aukUaad at.lover price t. Fresh Goshen Butter per'uc DAVIS5&DEW.. ,
the dty, was'blrncd. iCo definite! p Lr- The following are t lemembersoftbeGarden "'"tion of,.!!. ,M.. C. ,Murphy, which on lhanuJ'ocherplaQl. L. the,-city',- ,"atCatafc,( Co'a-1-iJ LaF..r& .t.Onn. .- ,,./ -0. I -, \, ." -?.t- -< "

urolars as to the cause or tho fire hare .' ; Faban Market IWf if .._ '
City Club expected here: Captain motion of alderman. Huff, was referred < t : 92" .7 '

" been received. The house was ,notowned and S.,S, A. H. Mundee; Catcher,! to the committee for the relief of the VICHY-AND. EissNGEN.-i..f: ; Rio Coffee jM Iba for.- .-fi jooMaricaibo PARLOR SUITS. CHAMBERSUITS -
Mr. Oak but was built by him Many ea ill ia die morainf foxpli'm of a kead- .,
by DeLeon; Pitcher, S. Shine! ;' 1st b., Damon poor. ache or feeling i. A gUsa Vichy or Kmensea Coffee..3 Iba for, in 1.00 5' -S-i' -. tj "
about the cloce) of the war. The fire 2d b. Bowes 3d Alderman Hnff from"Toffu** Matnmolk fouatain teta Favorita -" "f /
; ; b.. C. Mundee; presented petition of corea Java.Cooee.sjj Iba far_n -,. 1.00

was distinctly& -seen from the "thy''r' L. F., Raw!.; C., F., Berry;, R. -F., .. H. Stephens, which was.' on motion, all such nnlra'ant-". 6-tj-if Layer Raisins,5 Ibs tor._ .' MOSQUITO BARS: nXTURES. r,: ;

referred to the
Burkham. Mayor.
Death. : BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS Macaroni. Ib..... .- .
Unfortunately, the. suits that the Lee Bill presented in C:1\"or.ofH. H. Hoeg Wffl fend a'coaipleu aMortment of kmber. dressed per aoe '

"J An otliuuble Christian lady in the Club ordered from'New York will not for gas, amounting'to |2 .80. Alderman and undressed mouldings shingles etc., at the Depot Vermkella"per Ib_,,, '_.._- -

of Mrs. henrY Clark, closed the Lumber Yard. ,Order to be ddirered at landings on Parlor, DAVIS & 'DREW Chamber.. < '
person arrive in .time for. the game., The De- Russel moved that it shall be the the River reed attention. Tapiocaper lbISC Suits. 5jte ..
re especial PIANOS-ORGAN5-PIA.'iOS. ',
vale at Parlor o.-a. i. ,
yesterday morning ;
earthly quarter -, Soto,Club of Lake City. through,Ir. J, rule for the 3'ear that gas bills be paid Address Lows J. *' Sugar Cured ShouIden.' &_' ."* Suits. .comer of SaiL '
eleven o'clock and entered her ,
to on Parlor ,
F(Crowley hearing of this misfortune by warrant upon endorsement of the Young Hyson Tea,per In_...... --yjc: Having atwidsteii yeW with the largest MusicHouse Suit*. BAY AND LAURA STREETS. Suita., ,
eternal rt leaving friends, though Finance Committee. OUR ENTERPRISING 1 fat the Sooth I am now prepared to stUnt_ mneal tartar Chamber
mourning, )el consolable In Jthe thought kindly offered the..uniforms. of its nine. chairman the'Finance Friends Messrs.Gato t Co.,hare seemingly spared no Oolong Tea per In,..,, -_ '_, nc"Imperial low'prices far cash or by small monthly payment I Suits. jAcnoftTTttft. FIA Sam. .'

The offer was gladly, accepted, and the' The of Commit! expense Ia introducing the nindvxant soda Cnntaia r Tea the KaabeHanett *Davia *C*..Hafaea&. '. '1'
*' Ib,1.00.
'not lost but per
of her being gonc'licfore. Lees, though they will .appear in .borrowed tee reported'the above bill approved.The ever' wt up ia this city. It ia admired by everyone and W.P. F-merscai and the.Sonthem Gem Planoaj also, .'

Married for nearly fix years Zl.nd'harlng' plumage, are confident giving following bills were presented tbewdafroik1proocmcedbid the ladies to,be Gun! Powder Tea,per B>- ,_f.... _loo U-A Haaatia and Ptoubet.Pebon ft Co.Organs '. A Y.; .

no Jiving piattler, j'et, when just enter- and referred to the l Finance Committee the beat. Oolong A No,i,per Pv..... ,. ,-_IJOQ, Easiest terma' ever given. Call and see what I can offer EXAMINE- OUR LARGE STOCK.\.
so good an account of themselves tomorrow : : la the way of superior. rasimment and low price ,. "

.ug on the happiness of the possession. as to gratfy. 'and increase the: S. B.:Hubbard, $7.50: ; S. B.' Il'bbard METEOROLOGICAL RECORD.ObserratioiM Sea Foam,per ran_...., _, ...n .,. 300 f49-S'II'JID .. H.OCHUS.A 'rJ1 : f :

if two little ones the ,motht'r's'sptritwok pride with i w hich they are spoken of by $6.90John; Muffins, ,, e25:68f: ; Thomas'' ; taken at 7 A. M .p. M.and f K n.' Pine,Apples 4 cans for_. '_- ,1.00' CARD. ." ." .' :"' ]-

it* flight. The funeral will take Lancaster, $200.. daily,by the Signal Service U.S.Army,ia thw city. -, vff 4-. .:. .. ..: .. ,'. L.j ".1.:
our citizens. 'r--- .
'- '. r.l'W
: : <
: ,
in the Catholic church = IIf, : 101 ., -
on Friday. ? 2IE '
place JL bill of & Co. .t.fl
The'gnests will be entertained at the Dey was, on motion' 'AlIC. 0. i :{ r wi& ',', !: ; .3&! Tomatoes 4 cana for.--- _..I.CO NOTICE 101. .' .. .Mlm .;
referred back for endorsement of ,the >* 101 0 '101 'J. tt
Personal. National during, their clay ia the city. : It v ; ? ri s Green: Corn,4 causs.oo To our Exchanges Publishers,and Printers,all. 181 101

After the game a social ball will be tendered parties rendering the same., 1S74. t i : 2 HI a. i lot .J._EsySt....._ ;10 f .f.i -
i S S < I And aH other goods hi proportion at the of 101 ..: 101 :AIn :,
\Y> to meet in office store -
were pleased our t tFr
them in National diningroom.At .; ,Alderman Douglas, chairman of the i a. f iSo .' 1M S too, "' 'iU" ,
during the week, Frank E. Harris, the Market Committee made !. as 9 o. ,82 E Fresh OAO Clear., JOHN B ROCHE. THE ANSON HARDY 101 0 . 101 :: -, '.
2 o'clock the Garden a report, '' H
City's will be I Sat.-. ai 7 30-08 Bi gj 'S Gentle 0.00Fair 1I1. Itt1 ,
editor and proprietoroftbe East Florida escorted from the [National by the Lees. which was referred back under the 'following II 110'- Sit S Gentle 0.00 Fair ,. 'LatestInp.1std 101 0-''.. .. 101 ', ,' : f.
9 0,04 SW Gentle 0.C'dy in : 101' ,1
Banner published) ot Ocala in Marion : : S $ l
I to Pine street, where the clubs take om- resolution by aid. Russell: Sam", 3 7 3O-0J 79 78' Calm '0.Fair .i. : 101 101
in this State. .4 -I 3003 94 42 SW Fresh 0.Fair' PAPER AND CARD CUTTERS., 101 101 .. :. : fen ,
county. nibusses for the grounds. Resolved, That the matter of the Mar, 90.00 75 90 SE Fresh 0.50Fair' .10101010 D ft D OM1010101lOloooooooooooooooDoaocolOl ,,

Frank is a nephew of Hon. E.J. Harris ket be referred back to the Market Committee Mon.,eo'24 7 3i it, 871 SW Fresh 0.00 Fair I have resumed tbs maniiforuire and sale of these '
pIn 9 994 93 52 SW Brisk ooo Fair lOIoo Davis Duw.colOllOlOloooooaannooooaaooooolOt .
former Senator of Marron county, with tructious to abandon the t999 7! 86' SW'Fresh '0.70 Tdy l.'farninft., with which my name has been so long identified <}

well known as an upright and judicious Short. raising or extending'' tho Market, and Toes.** '5 7 30 oo ri 86 W Gentle Fair CARPETS RENOVATED AND) ,and SO extensively circulated for the past fifteen! 101 lOloaoo '.*oooolOI >' .* P'-
-Tbe first National Bank make .specifications of what, they a 1997 U6S Fresh 0.00 Fair and mil Maekimt 101 MIouoooiCTaoooooooooooBtOl I
of Honda propose yean; rf my. ***II/Mt. wfUktrtufter I ,.' ;"
legis'ator: and one whose conscientious Barometer corrected lor temperature and elevation 101 lOlooo oaolOl <
will not be established until the 4th or5th : to do in the interior', with the probable : Mde to took like-. Also.UPHOLSTERING. tt m+roW u itn*in my ilbutrattd,* 101 101<90oaooooootoooDaooao I01 ." ttA
integrity has made a friend of every ac coSt. cmlr smbl my mam mmJfJJrnt in Uu tmttimg. 101 JtlOl0101ODAUIU010101ot. ..
of September, owing1 delays in L W..EARL, 0 ,101 101 101 101IOJ- t r
quaintance.Mr. Alderman Denny chairman of the R. My btest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER: 101 101 101 .
of afl kinds done in the best .
printing. manner. ,
Harris has for Finance Committee with patent moveable cutting board two aS-steel tempered 101 101 101 101
so many years reported approved FRACTICAL W. H. ,
', .. '- SHERMAN knives and squaring board still holds Int poaltioa 101 101 101 101 ""t...
-M. A. Dzialynski has received fine '
devoted the Banner to the special work a the bill of Mr.. Jamison for two months' Cbr.Laura and ChurclTstreets, ,Jacksonville. ,ThOrden 101 101 101 l01'
PAINTER AND PAPER.HANGER aa the FAvocm Pam Ctrrrn AXOKC Paorr.nrs. .101 101.101 JIOI.l _" .
lot ]
spreading abroad a knowledge of the ol lemons from Hillsboro county. interest_on city note amounting to_$16,,I left with. Fu, hgott. Benedict &Co.,or .'and the best machine hi the market far die low' 101 .101 ., __ .
; They are a prime and excellent lot. which'on Having decided to reside here permanently will be with R. P. Moody win receive prompt attention. price'charged far ft. 101 in 'U_' '.
'' of thc'State thit it has motion of alderman Huff was Your orden :
upacilics long I glad to receive orders from all requiring work done inus are respectfiilly solicited. $-%: ''.' 101 JOI t.1J

1, f\\ looked upoji as one of the most -Sash Uaskana, tho Jewish NewYear ordered Paid.AMerman '7** bust ImfrmJ r Crd CaUse ia pro ....101 101 f. ,.4.
Trunks and vaCaes at: '.. noonced the MOST DISIKAHLX Cane Ctrrro ia the 101. _101. if'tJU
reliable and valuable of Uie State journs commencts at sundown on the Denny, chairman of the tke best GLAZING, and' KALSOMININGdone market, for the general nae*of a printing office. :, .-,., 'AI'1.p '

: fur those looking to Florida for 11th of September. The Hebrews of I Finance .Committee,, reported back bill I i manner. Tl 9tU-Jtfa>n Rngfit* Card Cutter, with my ;f1:. m
Orders left at Davis &Drew's Furniture Wa/ehou,
imnie. Sue'h judicious course has been I this city will celebrate the holiday., : of Chas. 'A." Fairchild l ; for wharfage on I will receive prompt:. c latest improvements is still prtfened by many printer _1'1T .
r-warded with & wide circulation out I -na.t'e you seen the alligator? H I stone, amounting to 840, which on mooo REFERENCES: J J. HOLLAND 't' '*, and holds its favoritism over other machines. IN THE SOUTH., 'F- t

-de of the State, as well AS m every not wait patiently for the troubled of aldermau Huff, was laid on tho S. I. BIIDGB, Esq. and C. L. Romrscm, Esq VATCH R'AND For tins'and prices see illustrated' ,circulars. *.* <. ht _,

t' unty at home. waters to subside opposite homes. table until l Mr. Bentley's return. Jacksonville Fla i. r '_, ; JEWELER, Shipped. direct from the factory to any part of the ,', t 1

Marion is in every reppect one of the block Bay street : Alderman Denny' from special com Spring Cassimere suits for sale at Buckv's. .
s : solicited and fifled
Comer Pine and Bay So., can be by return ma! PariMSttiH. RICH PLAIN dambacSuits. ",
4r1 counties in.die State and is des- mittee on equalization of the taxes, reported .
-The barbers have concluded that .Address.
:ned Boon become a favorite location not shaving on Sunday unprofitable the work compute and returned C AMUEL B. HUBBARD, JACKSONVILLE FLOR.ID:0 ANSON HARDY Suits.Parlor and Sn,,, -

i j..r and the the tax' books. On'niotionof : Parlor hrmbsa '
immigrant/ Banner the alderman 1 JSeotem Aahandale..Mas SUBSTANTIAL
and on next Sabbath their shops will be : .,. Siiis,.: Suits. ,
( -IIy in the Russell received and Jacksonville, Fla., Parlor o-'be.
paper published county is | report was, adopted New Jewelry, Clocks, WatchesDismonthP1ateIand -
open. \\7 Suits.1R3UTURL S .
:'. medium and the book ordered be .
r adviTtiswg; ofthe bCt-t char to returned I V A lady of several
and Dealer'inHARDWARE rean"eaperi-
l''ll'r, and :\1 huc-h, commend it to all; -:Mr. Jno. Coniff, formerly of St.John'I to the collector "* Importer Solid Gold,and Silver !- ence in tradung the usual tnglish branches. French, -
and Music,wishes a situation as Teacher in a school
C' ir ousiue>s men us eruiuently worthy mill in this county is in superintendence By alderman Russell: IRON AND STEEL Ware, etc. or private family. Reference given If required. 1 ,. .

: their patranagc.J. at the Chester mill at Fernan- Wkereasl:, It is expected 'that the citizens EDGE TOOLS.TABLE and POCKET ...KU. -rS-3t Address Mia Brunswick If.L..Charlie Co.' Virginia.Hope. We are prepared to offer oar stocl" .it irS::1- *."
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diu:1.I "'*

1). Larky,i sq., left for the XortbiSmd.iv I for 1874 will, and probably whereas pay the up their taxes CUTLERY DIAMONDS PEARLS. AND {PRE OF"SEHEDULE. remarfcabty. low' prices.: fe ., 5f$ni
We have heard of only fifteen candidates extraordinary CIOUS STONES SET IN ,
lt!t. lie will there join his for the Legislature this Fall. And L tix has been levied with view to liqui. Nails, Glue, Putty, Class,, Paints, Oils, FINE GOLD. CHANGE J

I nnh!. tui a thort ncation.'Lite ab- dating a large portion of the city indebtedness -:0'f : '

s- nt he ill purchase his large Fall -now last and least comes C. Frederick: and particularly the bcnp, which LEATHER BELTING.RUBBER PACKING. The ,steamer City Summer Point having been withdrawn) lor ; ; ," <.., "t

' tock !J..t\.t. Mawbey, who intends to waste motsey is afloat and is such a source of speculation STOVES.TI 'WAJlE.CROCKERY PUMPS .Initial Letters Monograms and sepaus, DAVIS';&' DREW \ '" 'i'.

: -- and time in a vain endeavor to wear to the injury of the city: and Fancy, Engraving done inan THE STEAMER, DICTATOR- '. ,,sr,_!' ': :
JfFjkercas, The amount of cash Lead and Iron artistic 1111I" S : "f
received I Pipe, r. S
Congress e. out the conclusion of his pants in a r., .'.
(so ma"ll'comparcd. with the amount t CAJTAIH LEO VOGEL DLU.DS nrAH .
" NEw SCXMEK CF:80UT.-Tbh fplea- b toate b& r. Good joke. ot scrip tijrretore be it DoolU. SH.BLL."lDS.MQuwINGS.' SUGAR, ', \ -S ..- -> .- --. .- '.ffl". -H.,

'id' fl.t-t of water, situated In Ihiva!:: -Teams of every description are en- Sesoli-ed, That the Treasurer be positively Mills Evaporators &. : -S Standard time by Chronometer win,until further notice.leave CHARLESTON every kind* o'iJRNlTURE--CARPES,5.'

, < ''untj', nemly opposite the "Ceatralalejrooni. caged for to-morow. Stearns was rather instructed to pay no paper of the rated by transitobservations. TUESDAY evening and SAVANNAH. every WEDNESDAY MATTRESSES.WHITE PINE,WALNUT '. .' -.1
city; unless .expressly ordered to do so Gas-Fitting, Roofing. Jotting and TinSmiiiinf .for Florida arriving in JACKSONVILLE .and CEDAR LUMBER. etc. '. .
: .-, Hay Uriel, has been an slow in sending in his order 60 that he by special order of the Council. done to order. dry -
I' 'j<* t oi 1 imuliar intirvtt since the was only able to secure Mr. Jake Cole's Carried. every JACKSONVILLE. FIA. '
LUMBER YARD. r, '.. '
!miiiy -nthtr fort in. The dwellers of Billy-gnats and the sninatu DEPOT ;
span By alderman Russell: Acaarr FOB ram Cnrm-no BoaiL AKBCovxrotsm : ..'
.' long iis short's hare ,"atcbed"itb WATCH.FOR Swiss mosun and white goods of aB kinds at Backy'a.- ,

agon. Resolved, That the Treasurer be in. C CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Will leave PALATKA v every THURSDAY evening _ _ _ _ _ _ S'- :'I
I \taning. ioteiefit iu waters as they strucled specially to'pay.; the *' \ '
Congressional Conservative candidates I following WILL PJ1Q A ; -i and -.. ,!
i't-e or n-cvded. Scarcely a i items as they occur, monthly or otherwise JACKSONVILLE every FRIDAY morning to FOR SALE OR kENT-dDt. .: ; -
year ago are thick as autumn ,leaves inYaJambro FULL ASSORTMENT OF : ,-
tiie 1.1)(1 now covered to wit:, Mrs. I. V. Garnie $15 r' o c :L.A suit the tide, FERNANDINA same day,arriving ia '

by this JoTly !;. R08 's and Holmes's block month; the gas bill, when' approved perD AND UNDRESSED LUMBER I .% SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON- ia time- to .. : ;
Mirror that
reflects the clouds that fleck can furnish about twenty ,anxious and the Finance Committee ; W. II. Avery'sbill MOULDINGS AND SAWED ; FOR SALE.1"1: ;

ae ethereal blue of the empyrean arch willing to serve the country for-6,500 for_f200. for street; John.'Mullins'* PINE SHINGLES, ? / ,1.L.S.,-. MD0THIZ-tt.-'-- .r CONNECT WITH NEW YORK- ':.
taat gives back in subdued and bill for sewer, and the interest PLACES 'otKL STEAMERS.. Tea acres of land en the Kings Road,only rww .
shadowy per annum. All cannot -perhaps accruing CHEAP FOR CASH AT ON THE W AHA RIVER miles from Jacksoeviuc. This land fe !'" '_:
form the battlemeuttd walls nf Rus'slUod. go on, the Jamison, note; the bill of the
., and laves the none of them.A City Surveyor ''and the bill for books THE DEPOT LUMBER YARD. AND ADJACENT COUNTRY. AGENTS: ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO THE. r-'v"''-'

: of the wearied and hungry communication asks: Will the amounting to $18. Lumber delivered in all parts of the city and vicinity RAVENEL&CO.,Charkstoa. CULTURE- 'OF SUGAR CANI AND-1.::2.
shape .
metrojwlitan pig was Carried. and at all landings,on the rivir. at low rates. All orders BRAINARD & ROSERTSONSVaInaIL, FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. .
high and dry-the Geographical reporter of the NEW SOUTH receive prompt&. -TH r "j ? Tt .
highest point between the The .report of the City Treasurer forth LOUIS J. BRUSH JEFFREYS.BRO.&SON.Femandina.JEFFREYS .. _,
the give public some in regard 74 -'.Abtrck 6. and is beantifiiry located for BUILDING.LOTS.,You -:
HuffV Bat City the mad and Alderman to the situation Memphis. What <3 months of May, June and July was STEAMER .OCKLAWAHA, &BRO..Jacksonville price. and terms,apply to B. WEBSTER.. 4 'A"

and turbulent has it to do in the presented, and on motion of alderman JACKSONVILLESALES R. J. ADAMS. Palatka. at Wallace's Km. ,. ,
regaid to
proposed <
v aters that Capt. W. A. SHAW. ". "
flowed (rom the roofs of THE or by letter,care A. WAIXAC*.
Russell was received and the THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OF LADING
liurtou'8 steamship line between this port and papers S Jacksonville. Florida. ,r.4
and Lucas's GIVEN.
ordered filed by the Clerk. .
tb tile ,ild cascades New York PW'e _S3tf ,
leaped from The following 'communication from EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Latest style straw and silk hats at Bucky's. '. .'' ,
( &Lus', and Mather's and joining the, cannot give a definite'replyy but the. STABLES MORRIS A DZIALYNSKI, .f
Mayor read ," ,,
was : ;(
' turbulent, itniK'tnous conclude. that the meeting adjourned AT 8 O'CLOCK.CEO. .
stream that washed I have the honor of submitting the C. B. M McCLENNV, P piirroa. FOR:; SALE > .J
madly before a full explanation could be given.Mr. AUCTIONEERAND
through Witschen's pipes, names of Henry Williams and William R. FOSTER Agent 5 *'. 'NIa S

, riously eddiwl till the wild spring J.D. Bucky has had the, residence Crews, members now on trial. in the police U given to the 0Notice public that I have purchased 2adus'ill.Fl.-Um. Dcrnvhrs* 1In.. BY A..J ROSS .:. )1'

*are fiercely gnaw ing at the soft heart of Mr. P. Fridenburgand himself< department, believing ',that they the well-known HARTKIDGF. STABIXS.opposite Ashley this neighborhood street, between Pine firsVcUss and Laura, on north wuhia side no.blockotheSJamesHond.aMsokntfroesoneo U. ,< ,!;- ,

of the yielding ground, toon made on Monroe street painted in a neat have the qualifications necessary to the METROPOLITAN HOTEL and have,CIa, aVERY A CARD.JACKSOXTILLI.- COMMISSION MERCHANT, best (;.. .""'
make good policemen. the boarding-houses fat two two-story ,.,
, thr-nuehca a home oo earth" nnd color. The interior has been beautifully LARGE STOCK OK : ,Fuu,March pst 1874. SISTER FRAME .
Respectfully.PETEB Q-AD kinds merchandise received on consignment HOUSES '
the once arid sands of Bay street were finished in black walnut and' the walls I ,JOKES, layor. THE, ._SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY and sold at auction or private sale. adapted to single or double inr-itint ase, 'without'- I.
: l*ried beneath HORSES MULES FOR SALE.' change or expense. Each having six rooms below,ia- .
Congress Lake. And and ceilings newly calcimined. The On motion of alderman- Russell, the wul in a few days appoint a State Agent ftirFlorida. of chKiDc two kiIchcDS fa L attached II main house and
Every description entrusted for sale .
j how, whui the gladsome sunshine entire residence presents a new and L communication was confirmed. Alderman Those desiring to purchase will find It to their advantage will be disposed of a goods four above;_ six closets below and four above wtthv',..
to examine this unusually large and attractive In the IlleaJltfme'l will fffrwfrirt ha manage* fire-place ia each room ia main house. Each noose
;) beams upon it spacious fluid( the opal. handsome appearance. Denny gave notice that at the next Mock,adapted to all uses.I BEST FIGURE ,POSSIBLE. having two front and two back entranrrs. and drive-: : :
am also receiving maL way oa each-side,with piazza across the entire front
Ment lustre of iu centre is pleasantly -Yesterdaythe bottom fell out. meeting would, ordinance extending round the corners, twenty feet to the boat
relieved by the A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF An ffriFiMiiM1* directed to me,care Henry A. to the owner, and prompt and accurate returns made., doors also round the entire L,with walk same height
emerald hues of theater ,With the difference that the.water hada defining tbe'duties 'of the Clerk. of piazza running thirty t back to the double. wood- .

near thA thores. And when thee livelier aspect. Bay-fit resembled, a By alderman Euesell:. BUGGIES PHAETONS' AND L'Engle. ," Secretary, of the- Jacksonville.Branch, wfll PALMETTG BLOCK. house fee*. '

J moon rides in her uiual majestic Venetian street. Pulverized brownstone Itcsohed, That the proceeds from the OTHER CARRIAGES receive due attrmton.:, _, .' ."' S-47-w3m .Jacksonville.Fla. A 'WELL OF GOOD WATER 4
: sale J and pumps within five feet of L.brick curb.and sink s'
1y, the gratelul frogs king a jojful and garbage contributed to the of lots-iD the City Cemetery be paid : ,J H. MILLER.4itf attached with cemented drain fcfty feet to cess pooL
" requiem for I over to the City Treasurer and that the Of the latest styles, WL.COANJ These houses ore within forty feet at each ether fas I
i the late Mayor and the :St. Johns. Rain Tell to the Jepth of 2 i Mayor Issue a deed upon the Treasurer's GenL Supc of Agencies.A . complete order throughout,,Jan beea rccentrf ..,'V,.

Jest* board of aldermen the city ever .i and 80-100 inches. During a shower of r certificate or receipt and that all moneysso FOR LIVERY' Y SERVICE,' BUESING JUSTICE OF THE PEACE half painted lot-and the eastern repaird.eccapvias The western the vest one half occupies o/a aA a "

:; tat May they rest in peace. three quarters of an h ur'8,duration, on received be' appropriated _alone for dd" .A.JID" lot.upon which ia a lawn with araage-peach and Aba fig .
I ( Which will be furnished trees and gps vines all under thrifty growth.
purposes of the (ernetery.. Carried. Respectfully calls the attention of Ihc and NOTARY north aide betweea Market and
the 20th of August,187,. 3 and. 72-100]i chama 101. BEAUTIFUL SOA a. ---factwM.It I'iIBLIC. oa Forsyth street ,.
boose of thirteen
Liberty a two4tory-aad--aalf
j Base Ball. inches of rain fell. Alderi Douglas, from 'the Street AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE:, b) the best Washing. Barber and Toilet Soap ever .4, Office i.SOLARYE-S BLOC). built hi iSo by the preaeet ewacr and occupied rooms.bust
The Committee reported that Duval street # i '*. made. jThta; Soap Is put Vp ia boxes contains So The as a private residence, having sixty feet frontage eat .
tit/ seem to be alive with exi -' AKD ON'TJU' f and ban. Corner BAY and PINE streets. Forsyth street and nity two and a half feet oa Adams;
'1 'tement and Road Commissioners NotiCe bridge could'' be connected -with East Orders should be addressed to distance between rreets two hundred sad lea feat;wothw,
i B
enthusiasm in anticipation A.. BUESING.Box 711.5ifitf .. .Jacksonville,Tin large asters, bath-roam, pantries cloiets and water .
\ .
4)f the match between the Garden TO ALL WHOM IT HAT COlCEU. Jacksonville at very little expense; MOST REASONABLE TERMS.. i ,". Jacksonville. Fla. on three floors Including a small lot of famitare. Aa' ,

Cit'i game whereupon n if was ordered 'that said -0- .YORK TRIBUNE. the above mentioned ftuyutj being situated oahia, t ,
Tallahassee and theist nine cf Section 15,of the Road law reads thus: CENTRAL SALESROOMSAN NEW ground considered as

, the B- E. Lee That any person liable to work on any Committee make the connection at a' Ma.G. M. BRITTAIN i is my authorized Agent and TiE HEALTHY AS ANY PART OF THE CITY.
club of this city. Tbe Manager and will always be found U the Scabies reallJ HAVE WE TWO BRAINS
bait of the public roads,:ot any county In this I cost not to exceed $50. to attend to all business appertamfcig to the eftahlish- GENERAL COMMISSION having good and circulation of air at aO times.Wittbe .
grounds at Moncrief Spnng have State shall have the right and C B. McCLENNY. AUCTION Dr.c.E. Brownequard. totd for CASH at a very low the owner ia
privilege '
: kn Placed) Alderman Russell, from Committee o-n : HOUSE. desirous or settling.up. For paiuculais apply to tae :'; :;
: in perfect order, and all to commute and pay for his time on said ScJtrbvr1dts$73 I IS ALCOHOL A POISON tDr.WnvA. swoer. A.J. .., ;
; tle little details incident to the contest road at the rate of one dollar per day(9!" Fire,Department, reported in the matterof STATE, COUNTY r AND CUTSCRIP Bay Street,near Laura I : .Hammond. jatksc.vW.Th.Jely r.*174. .' ,'"

, bays been the time (or which he is. 'required to the,violation of .the City Ordinance JACKSONVILLE,FLA. I Also by same party lor sale or rear two small houses "\ri
" perfected. A large crowd THZ'POET LONGFELLOW, of four rooms...comer Laata sad Chorea severn*:..,, .r;:
\ I,r'pectators work, which shall be paid to the Supeflvisor. establishing the'fire I limits,'that Mr.. C. < PUBLIC SALE every SATURDAY' t.wttF9R and near the St.James Hotel.Afl .
is T.rllllda.V..S. -
'I expected. Every oonfijtnce. of James the sbosodvpest1vydesfsabl..SNorsherevhlsoss. '- >,

both public and private has. I Now, in order to make this last- as I O. Livingston and P. A. Lyman, were and sold lit FLOJlIDA&be SIYZNGS BANL. SALE. SURVEY' OF THE WEST. jswim. t :jUaea

; been procured for the day. Omnibuses light as possible and yet raise funds I both awaiting the material with .whichto OKAHUMKEE (With Map) u.d.G.H.WMeIer. Jlt

, *U ttlk Dourly trips. commencing enough to,repair the bridges and put the render their respective building, fire FOR HARRIS.EUSTJS AND GRIFFIN, .RIVERSIDE HOUSE, THE HORSE IN AMERICA. sad dock suits Ducky sDa. '. -"". !

: ** *>on. The Union brass band has roads in passable order, we' instructed I proof, when on motion the time was extended JACKSONVILLE FLA. (Hualratdd.) Discoveries by Prof. O.C.Marsh ":f
1 I the Supervisors to receive .two dollars SILVER SPRING -
; been engaged. A grand.stand baa been in lieu of three days labor, provided it, thirty days from date. '. \ Wen adapted'for'a Two fine private stories with residence mansard"of first roof.xSsleeping SAFETY AT SEA. CA: D. S .

trttted On motion Council to And other'Ludiap oo the Oddawaha River, I class boarding house. (IQntrated) Iron steamers that wilted link. ,_ ,. '
; for the accommodation.ofUdieiJ was paid as the law requ eB. And, the adjourned meet IOOGIS't I acre Ia1Id.42 orange trees. 'The, ,OB and after the first of November ", .
J &!ipanied law says 'that Supervisors. shall summon Monday night two weeks. finest Vocation and cheapest piece of property In tWavicinity. These interesting Lecture and Letter,with a care. t .i j" "feSELECT
by gentlemen. A special I \' ; Price Inchiding about looo worth of furniture 81 report of the important Papers read at the April
: train Irooa Tallahassee in person, or when the party is ab- 'V. H.'CBlultr'CJerk ,.".. half cash, balance one and. two meeting of the National Academy of Sciences at Washington PRIVATE BOARD jr. <
& bringing tho Bent,,shall leave a written 'summons. The SteamerOKAHUMKEE yean. ,and atihc May meeting ef the American Oriental S '.. "II,i

: k.'B Cit tj*, members of other State Now, we understood that there. were, address Society at Boston are published fat ftifl ia THE can le had in the Sally of Colonel A. M. JOB**.
lJ i TORY.NT'Lh For luU particulars TRIBUNE EXTRA No.19. Price m sheet Srnzo "
,"MurdochHouse.. Fursyth street betweea JJbarrf,
and visitor. cases when the parties were'absent and I .. Rici.Ma'; A. F. STYLES
will in for .
arrive hero thU I For ( auBunoy A targe fcrnuheil Ba 1 cram; pamphlet ao cents or seven fi. and Washmgtou. '* .i
e did not time to avail themselves room o* .; li.,4will 4 Jacksonville.k'If Circulars giving lull detail of the contests of aB ,'.
?! lont'9 'clock- street. 'Apply at the office of ? DAY BOARDERS '
? TitJtors I leave JacksotrrOU.every TH morning THE TRIBUNE EXTRAS free by mail.
of the privilege paying the two dol 4-stf. THa Haw mt. not sold ky'November' tst.the Riverside House
I o'clock.'
r berrcceire IP ,.W6IaFIR51q..AS For further infanmtmaiMt/thin w> '_,.
from the Lea 'ICE CJlLUf a .Fla..July ady 7-I5tf. boarding boose. .
I if J
I'' and entertained:hy they'will appear at our next meeting A. i 'OES.'at ,
! tl &t club while b the city. The 1st nine on Saturday the 12th of September next, Tbat acknowledge. to tw cuperior to any crer to be: MClJRGEON FURNISHED HOUSEI Tke Farmer Favorite Paperf mideacHt S '
jr the at Justice Coan's oce. At 10 o'clock Ud Ia tki* city :preriomly' ,. to be obtained at the LOUIS EMILE ,, '5' a.; : "
Graop. of Tallahassee Room 1IIItDJa-I.IS7S.fOr$. Mayer J. C. Cndey. Fleming ft Desist D. G
Temperance Reading uJU/Mwrite.
. 6iytLTOR
--iU also Ju"M., we will endeavor to do impartial from-Pula Trance --.rfdlcStttem TAcau ttmFOR Address TUB. .New York. \JahIcr.I.H.J'lonao-C-L.Rbiasoa. .. ..Cxtf
\fA; mve on the tame train and L justice to all., And we will say further I 1laIld Pjen( tabU ie ', .SALE rtU kmeeiIk.Fla., 0ctMwr 38..1871. ,.."
tine ThundaJ morning will*play the 1st L that we intend to chow where every pr r A finUbcd room..centrally 'J. Heat low.. NEW .DYEING AND MENT.Ladies" sea $ESTABLISH.. .. ,' A'NMARR .

of the Duvais i, of this cIIy, for thc dollar of this. road money goes to, so Apply at ihb office. .. and Gentlemen's Wearing The undersigned intending to remove to his laatatIoa. SOLICITOR'OF PATENTS. HEADQUARTERS for FLORIDA' VIEWS.* !
Jlv.ik champion that all may know whether it is ,wasted Lace Curtain wM sell his residence on Adams. ..near. the TS .. .$
The belt of the State., or stolen. W. R.JAKISOX <: SODA' ',''" r% Laca II. St.Jas a and Gruel National Hot*!*. -* : sJW Ilk strew;ltp VI.,Washington,D. C., .' "
thief game will he called promptly .. THAT FOUNTAIN and other'fine fcbrica most carefc cleaned and dyed.FORSYTH ., I .J-, <--4' ,' i' H.' SANFORD' Patents for Fifty'DoCarw, N.110 1ITOOD ft'nC. LirSPao Iip'ic'> I.-a sr '
at ; Ia the Zi FSI.V'ILSdpX start ia atiatlnd\r afl. betwedNewmanandlMarket AppIY ). Gunur. .
p. STREET P. *
f M. Dr.O.palme.of .. -.. WntefcriiUorwiarioa. .-- :. .S1Y._ over itore '
,I the Is Road CQzx2tnasi0DerI.- "' _". *'-- ": 6-tjlf. l. March 1,1'- nay. .. .

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: i s Odds an CROSSED LOVE. ssed1Hi RAILROADS AND ANDf'tNDERTAKBJ ; .;: dl'ISCELLANEOVS., '; ? ,: fll .: : : MSCt14NEO. -
: : naa. IN -\ STEAMERS COFFINS } :f' -

i : lovewas the verdictj:Tjujrwas'allJ .- --- :. : :. .1 '" ." '. ..1I ,. -

I : ; : The I esttrtethiMl of constructing a amTthcie she lay in her narrow coffin, E amlne Bucky*ssortmcat of print*. LL.1 ,.CBURIA1V' _- .j. : ,.

'damWithout and 'n." MET.A : R fDA; .; s AV.i N.GS; .rAN .
; 'I'' huge blocks of ice covering? hel&fijr; CASES, FLO : (. .

I 'I; i IW,: ; The man: who went to sleep on a young bosom, where.once twit t hit JACKSONVILLE PENSACO1JV.CO. AND AND : ? ." ND! ''"REA! tATE'J EXCnANGEo! uQFricE'iN / "'

!t' railroad track found his so warm and lovingthose che> ;jal .- .
; ,rest was a ry lips j : I WOOD COFFINS ;.' .1"u .' ; ;

I.: ,,1., ::: good deal br ken-and his leg, too. scaled ,in dcaiW and'the',btack "shroudkindly wll.lmalfollowat.lOy: and after SUNDAY, kAY 17, .8,.-. train. .._ ' T (.?.J;ra ; julythz14j.I. 1 ;
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wrappugherIn ''t tsjfblds;"ajif i.-v { -- .--- ,' .. LOYERiDGE's t .
,I t \%vkwartiEdith) won't you PJ SENGER 1 i ; : I $ ., .
t I I :T : ", kiss Dr. M'CIusUe I 1" "I'm S*) shy, hiding heLawaytou!' the scorn'si; n4l 1 *.i SAVANNAH AND WEST 1ALLAHAsEa.(DAILY). FOR -. arfCE J"hereby" give of the Incorporauoa ef T fbruto'Lvuft' San mud S alLtattSfeAayt'wder .- :,' .
I .' the ot the laws of he State of Florida.WIth tlrt principal ptace D( bwJao* te Uccity
I I. mamma !' You,kiss him first I the .levuyB| $ ihe: word. The.story' is : : : .I proviilo r '
j JacUonvtUc'a:40 and 8 I WBOU3AU
\ : u :to m OUSJt* AT
I short au((.oqn ftpIJ Nellie" Dcwdl ;; ", &ldwt.4JO: p .9:55'p '. --' -- J1 hTgeneral'natnre of the bustoeis shall%e that of'.Bank'for Saving*and IMM.and the puich.sEds4ehr MVAJniAX "IC J

.: : t ._ An Iowa editor recently announced M Lake CityMM.MM_. :'_ i:- am Rca1Estats, Mortgages Boeds\aocb..GoId aDd SiJYer.rreuurr Warrants.&c., ; ., .' -
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her ._ .
and'she stall
I, that a certain of hisV3S was name,: was a sewing Arrive at Uvc Uak ........S:5o and 1:30 - .- The capital stock(wbleb may bi'increased at any meeting of shareholder called fcrthaTMorposef be H ROJllliSON

patron girl in the great crowded metropolis Leave. Madison_, ._ .._.......M6:10 a m JK..OOO. of which 10 per cent shall be paid la upon commencing business,sad the baiaac*.f*iaszalimcntsthe M ft
0 "thievingas usual. It was written, MgntlccUo_ __.._. 7:30 OF ALL SIZES AND\QUALITIES. ,usineas ltIwI corporaIlOD lllaY require. \ I I'l : WXOLKULB *BTMlDRUGGIST
; -hen she met the man lu"whom she I' ._ 10:30 1'hll corporation wilt r mto operation Jaly at4.andCOntffiue twenty "'*".,; '
: thriving. her inVctiqns' fAnd "* Quincy_. .____.......__ taio p m EMBALMING LADIES AND. GENTLEMEN'S ROBES. The hleheit amow t.of jiabClity,to.which,thia eorporaUpo.can aubUa itself sha 6e 1:151''J ,

l Since New York housekeepers got gave when disappoiutm/ent heartpand 'cam'edBnd; uit'storms i!rrrc at Uauahuocbee.. ,_._, _. soo DONE. ALSO WHEN, REQUIRED The oficen of this corporation.shall serve. .without. saLiry until otherwise proT&fad by a vote of the itocfcfcThede Hoes. Block, Bay St.JACKSONVILLE ,

to sprinkling pies with croton oil and PAsSENGER TRAINS EAST (DAILY FROJ1h.1 of the FlorIda Sa,i g ".Bank i II to abet to thoe who ore deiro of ..i g their money the FLORIDA.
and rough realliyrbflife-over; -: lALLAHASSEK) FOR SAVANNAH MARBLE AND, MARBLEIZED of hi vested,nnder the direction well-known ci_.
., mean of sa ely ( p6yig It at 2'good rate interest,to ..
I ; lea\'il1g'1heln arbundi, 'joose. servant took,her, her courage gave way ind .W AM JACK ONVILLt" SLATE'. MANTELS. AT HOM a\.ia home securities well-known value.llISI d or'IUeft- the risk of losing H-by eotneung' it 'tofijteisni 5 I COIlPOVJQlIG MaKzrriaoa, A snciALTT.BARNEY'S .I
: girls have given up evening lunches. I' she took her own lile by means of 'a LeanChattahourhce.-I _._.. _' 6aoam* SLATE HEARTHS ".corporation-The officm to be sent of to this fa corporation off cities (or hall Investment.consist of*President ,a Vice President- and- Treasure,an* _.
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I the Turk VulncJ' Board of three or mote Directors, chosen anuuaUy. ,commencing November i,1875,and to hold oflSc -
; Anhoty (passed on- awoke. deadly poison. Far out.relations took "fal1ahauec_._.____ :3OPIll MANUFACTURED TO ORDER, a .
L He Jt1 been : in front ia1 her the ,, Momieglln._.__.___. 450l' BY anti their I\ICCCSSOfS are duly choseat fo the election 6f officer aDd other burfne,shall be held K
t : bleeping from\ morgue, and, in" Hin- Madliun.-_ .-___- ..?.-. r,10 AND FOR SALE MsrmGs.-Rcgalar meetings of the corporation" .

; grocery in Cairo, and as he got up he man's store, on Seventeenth street, .!i.' Live Lake Oak.4.0.._... : a m and' 9:10: CALVIN OAK, annually RANK Hoc commencing s-Th November tegular hours t'i8js for;tramtactio*ofbusines shall' be trna 9 o'clock- 3 o.'dock p; m.J FLUID EXTRACTBUCH

: pulled out a revolver and wounded she was placed preparatory to her ". Baldwin.Clty..;ui5jo. a m and and U5' Fourth Street,bctweea tiara and H Pft. daily,except Suudays ncfbolida,,nd 00 Sa IkdaJI nnta76'clockp.Bi .' : '
9:00: a m 1:40: aArrive tyJ610'Jacbonil1c..Florida. ltpon.DtiwW be catered' (tad*book of the corporation and also m a book to M given to the de
: three men, saying : "Somehow I last resting place Under the sod of at 6nTiUcioij a m and 4:z$' : ; positor. 'This book win be e 1de c.of nh or.ner properly.. Wheof money* _'withdraw*, taw book oust be :

IJ I. .; don't feel lively to-day. Greenwood! Few friends stood at her ; TRAINS TO ST. MARKS.' brought to the Bank to have the payment entered. Depositor may take oat the money themserve,, or,ta caM : U !
Ie' absence ot sickness,it will be paid 0,their order property witnessed and accompanied By the Etposvks
.t "Who asked if yet wanted anything bier, few mourners dropped a tear .(Tuesdays, Thursday and SaturdaY' METkLB will be repaid at any time when tailed for:when there Is a sufficientamount in the treasury'unlnveslc&otb.
the earliest practicable period, ta the order in which they may be called for. Th ' HI iy known for
t I ? said a Lowell peddler to a of pity on her )lonely grave. Strangers Leave Tallahassee w....,_ _.,._ ios a m U R A S E'-S'' \ \ Innmlataat at |6e rate of seven and three-tenths per csirt.(or two cent per day on "zoo)will ba paid remedy
lady who said that she did smoothed her shroud kindlyand Arrive at St. Markl__..>,.,1,., n:5O' fAZrC S annually.pon'alt depothm which abaU have reaaioetf three mouths or more !In the Bank,.to be added aanuaUy
not as soon '
: Leave St.MarL*. _
I m 11:55 P n totheprtncipalofthelepoitiir.
as she oncned! the door. "Mind yer her weary eyes, but as the handful :of Arrive at Tallahassee .............._..._ .:10 WOOD /ckFINs AccoAwn UncAtLBP Ko .-Any accoant to which-nothing shall be. ,added and which thaB have maaineduncalled ,. "BRIGijT'S DISEASE,
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; peeznces, and don't rcf $ 'buy till eirth fell on the coffin wjth a dull, ROBERT WALKER. "' '>- n. _. ACCOVMTS for for PAYABL seven years TO,H shall nu cease_!to pcraoos bear.interest.d*> wh owe money la this Savings-Baktb o'money wIn be I "l'I' / 11'

!I : ; you are asked. muffled moan, "ashes to ashes, dustto Receiver. &ad GcQ",Supt. paid to tbcirkgalnprescntadvcs. 0 A.J arotirhe. .fOr
dust robbin- the H. L. MAGEE, Ass't Supt. 5-- .i fI BAn BOOK*,-Atthough the officers wM emfearor, bI11 possible mean;ID prevent fraadyet allpaytaettu ,
1 a ,a bush'at ba k-kooks hall be YaM the -
.i f A Pennsylvania boy-got so homesick l.J.r to persons prododng payments to discharge corporation. '
head of the grave chirped its cheerful, Bucky sell boot and shoes cheapest. -, CHlLOim' EwBOWntirrs,-Parents or guardians of minor children may deposit money a* trustees for the GOUT, 'GRAVEL, STRICTURES,
that he walked 78 miles, without : benefit of such minors until they become of age,huercsftrpod M wiihdrawa annually. added to DIABETES

"4 eating in order to sit down once more life-glad song of I hope, :and, joy. Let G., & ,;. I. T. CO.'S.RAILROAD. AND the priacl 1 't: 'I DYSPEPSIA,
) us believe in charity that that A. : SMtaALEKDOWK T PtA*-D at the family hearth-stone. .He wasreceived weary CASKETS. term often year will Rcure she deo uora cash payment of,.poo at the end of the term, or proportionately -
I with soul has found the rest it fain would FROM on mailer or larger annual deposits. In cue of InabiWy to.complete the tt. annua> paymenu the depositor ;, DROPSY,
such warmth by his male ROSS' MAR L -FRONT BLOCK NEARLY can withdraw the amounts already faU In.irpo-g ring three month Bolice,together with the aeer-Jed interest

4' 1 parent that it was several l days_ before take of its owp accord, and the ,dpor ... FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEYS. .< I'OSITE OLD STAND, thereon. This plan,unlike ordinary lifo law.raMe,secures the d.06 1or against(rue sf prevtons payments NON-RETENTION1. OK INCONTIJTEXCE Of
: riot been closed'against -- method of a handsome endowment for Is future of children friend
of prevKimg parents
mercy one and offers a safe add easy .VR1NE. IRRITATION,
: he could sit down anywhere .' GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. Bay Street :'Jacksonville; Fla. or the depositor Individually, $# /.'dcpullts.noC withdraw for left year ,wm emme the >posh r to OX ULCKRsATION 1NFLAMATION.OF THEBLADDERAND
jicrhaps more sinned againstthan sin- .. .1.1.",. .Arr;. ; E. WASGATE. a certificate for Zotl I fk*.meutttf each Jffotit payable in tC3 years,m favor ofaoy etsOlI-designattdv ,
I. : "Quite a haiJ-storm..last .night "ning. '':. Fcrnandlaa...._...__ 5:30: a m 7:35pm : .: ."..-All moneys received on deposit shall be invested U first mortgages os real and personal property In
remarked a guest to a California land 1lahaJI__.__._ 7:35 5.1 this State of at least double the value or In other ample Bilateral secantie

: ;: lord he came"Jo\Vn Ba1d.viD{. _. 9:O v:. : 1 3-$fe.t ,Rule Eanu.This corporadon will act as trustee sor the. -pwchase, and sale t*real estate. or:t&* rearing KIDNEYS
Stairs the other
as ------9:3OIe. : ; and management of estate and property generally.
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GERDIRETORt: S Umbrcllas'and parasols to be had at BucVy's.BROCK'S I .
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; morning. 4'Nff. Qnly a few of the "" : *..*' JAMES H. PAINE. SAW. SPEARING, ) SATBASf. C. SREEtEr. I SPERMATORRIICEA
I ;\T:: :. GalncsviUe..__... 1:50' tt:>o President' VIce-FraMeaC 'TreasarerSeaside ,
shoottng'aC'a: Chinaman and Archer.o.___.._ _
boys .1:10: m : '
Governor}!. L/8TEAUNJU p 949.rolllOn..4S51 fc rd breeae
vflla site for sale on Fort George Island. The finest sea tnfajr< sea ,hagataMIIC
: Tthe balls rattled: against the house LJrut,nnnt OatiTiof Cedar Keys..__ ___.6:30. .9 6:30 4am LA i LINE _.rr driven,over firteen miles in *tent: grand avenues of palmetto.cedar oak magnolia myrtle ftc.. &. I. tenewrrn: tit Whn Diese! ,' of the Pm.trajm
t ntwiarr< Satin and silk jewelry (1)) i is the very Com)trull 'r-O. A. CO WO ILL.'" CONNECTIONS! OP 'State count/. and city. .scrip. bought. and sola! at o' FLORIDA SAVINGS. 1*.NK. ,'deag Dcosi. an4Muvj.o.A11kt 6Chaf'Ics.
latest. It it of Palais Trvrwtir1 FO-'TER' At': FERNANDINA:w th'Steamer City Point from RIVER STEAMERS. .'-: ('Cean Dear i'orsth aNeet. .. T
.' Royal origin, Attorney Go _; : J 0 '
of course, :and not remarkably: pretty. ComnTr of l.4'oda.>d Im1ll '&lul1-p. EAQAN. Utcutur from Charleston and SavaamUi.'Thursdays at ; ; "
bait UlAAilll"lld'llt ot l'ubllolhtnjcii..n.l.'. O1BB3.: 4-a. m. With steamer Uuie Baker, from Savannah ,r
The ear-rings are in he cage, lnJ1lll."Cr1 II. ALUEKQER.HjrBEMK Brunswick and St. Mary's- Mondays at 6 a. m;,for SUMMER SCHEDULE. : .JK.EARHEV.S.

star, and double-bar shape, /and the COUKT.CWef those points rn Fridays at 8 a. m. _' __ TOBACCb'C.1GARS'. ,
At BALDWIN, with J P.& M. R, R. from :
bracelets,* wide bands gaudily: orna- Jii llcc-E. ,HAND ILL;" sonvUTe at 4o7p. m.: for Jacksonville! at ooa: a m.Jack ON and after MONDAY, APRIL ath. the Iteam. : EXTRACT BUCHU
Aociat JttttiofS,D WESTlOTT, 'AIGAINEsVILLE of this line wiU leave Shipyard Wharf,daily ,
.t nented. }(. B.VAN VALKEXBEEO: Tampa; with stage line for NewnansvHle In-weekly stage Tuesdays line for (Sundays excepted),at 8 o'clock ,' !. ,- r. ,
:. The Washington! Ckrowcle js res Clerk-LYMAS B. TOSTKkC.CIUCU1T tOUKT.' and. Fridays.At CEDAR. KEYS.with steamers to and from New .' PALATKAand :: l; PIPES:: AND : SMFE :' : erlllallcDd7. cazt-a3&Dti5ases.f the

.; ponsiblefor.the statement\ that a young lit Judicial. Circt'-W. W. VAN NEW, Pensaoola.Jl Orleans, ;every Saturday. \Vi.h'steamers! Key : ;,.. ; BLADDER. IDtS. AND DKOPSt-

widow Kbtfeet who has' xdooo 0.'. p. W. WHITE Qa'n-". West'and Tampa. Fridays; from these places. Thurs intermediate landings and return same day. -; I .. CAL SWELtlSGS
on "
t! $ 84 Wra HHYhOX, be-ak. t- days. With Steamer Cool,from.Tampa.Sundays j for 1ofJt : ," : ': : ,

in her own right, refused eight otTers 4 h" R. B. AKCJllbALD.- '0 Jackson Tampa. Mondays.; With jSteatncr! Wawenock,frou ; Through) steamers for 01 ,:,, : ,'. AT WHOLESALE BY ., .
ville. Suwannee Fridays for Suwannre.T ; 1 .' Existing
; elday. mear,wne aed chTdrar.
:' .. : of marriage from discharged clerks inLine 51 h Judicial ClrouIt-J. II. GOS*. Oojila. D.'E. MAXWELL. ENTERPRISEand '" V. :
6th" 4 MAQBKK.Tvmpa. : ': : I .

dayand! two nights. 7th" i, J. W. PBICK: Euterpe.I 5'3 Superintendent. intermediate landings will leave'as above on Tuesdays I,.t B. KNIGHT, & CO.,, ko MATTER WHAT THE AGE

:. Devout.mother to young lady, who F OR ST. AUGUSTINE., and Saturdays, and return',Wednesday and Saturday .,' .
>UVAI."COUNTY.CouM evenings. ; ". -" .
is burning letters : "What are Prot Steel says: "One; bottle of XcL sy'f 71sic
up y Judge-W. A. UrI.EAX. Shippers arc requested to send freight down duringthe BAY bezueenLaura
: "': you'doing there, my deal Are you Clerk ,-l Coirrt-0'-CAR 1IAHT.fbtriffJoSKPH THE SCHOONER afternoon. ." STREET .andlpg; COlPbi Extract"" Is worth more than all othe> JUcaa
UUnKEK. 6tf ,
11. 4-> J. BROCK AreALCORN -
; : burning incense ? Young lady- cute Solicitur"-T A. MclXJ.NNFIX.C 'J .
Ho icitnr-CUAB IL SU UlJtRB.Trea. : Jacksonville Florida. Price One Dollar pq Eoule or Six Bottles for Five
I' "Oh, no, ma ; I am only burning tv r-r-JW. aWAllLAe X Magnolia AND: OATS. ,- Dollar*.

":, 'hmscnse.It _>r-J. 0. GUKELKY. .. . : 4-22w3m

t Colla-ct l'ET.t.Jl1I1SEH.. ,_ J. Wil] make regular tripe Just received a large stock prime corn and oats, PEf: 104..DVANE ST.. NEW YORK '
"Whalesyour business !J" said a .Sup .Lutet4eL4i..1.-C. P. HAWKEY.nctjonier .--.: between Jacksonville& At W. H. LUCAS' NEW STORE, t

magistrate of a Police Court, the -J" L. Bun-h. J. C. Hemming, M. A. St. Augustine Bay Street. near Laura. 'TOBE SACRIFICED. A Physician! In attendance to answer errcpocdcnce
.f .
Dllia us'i. .
w mrFre'ghta at low ratr. and give advice gratis.
other to ''I'm PuhHc -John O. Hnmcl, P. B. Kn ,T.B.KeilN'O. *
I,. morning a prisoner. .NoUry np SRs5i For/eight) I ,
; | passage PICTURES at WOOD & BICK r '_. -
,: : P. Cooper. Ch; .). Busuneii, ,W. 0. "- J. REMBRANT :
an obsen'ationist'ourworship. "An J-ffn>n, Elwin Iliiriint Wm M L ilwtth. .E M.Chri apply to W1LLSONWHITLOCK... J' ./< .fi'I fP ,STAll! P03 ?*x'lrL$1 nq.

nbservationist 1 what is that 1" "One '.y,TROll U.M&i.-y,J. W. Swami, Or'iigrr, S 1 'Jacksonville, '., t '.4 ,... '" ? ; .: f. ._ '..
Jo. It. l.'urkur, C. Cudrington W. L.Oo.n, J. W. -
who looks around in the day time to Whit' ., Orto JAMES COSS. Forstyw.hl.&dics'hats ask Bucky. 'S '. 0'j
y. J5-ftf; St Augustle Fla. -. I'J : _, f DRY GOODS p DRY 'GOODS I DRY' GOODS t t
CommlMii.ner.-Mile* Pi ice, E. Fortune, : : ,. ; ; "
..,i: see what .hecaii'Steyilat ,night, ,if it II.CUUO'l I ,T. 8 Evllt. R. Jones.Justlom '..'. ,. .. .. ,' v" j 'j' TO. THE
pleases y'our'orsblpJI! of the I'ea.e-W. W..& '..ANurnmraIt I" i # : ,., "f'rY: t -ij..
O K Townvnd. Tlcnrt C llwn.; JamMM. : ESTABLISHED IN 1868.L CLOTHINGj.CIOTHDU. CLOTHING !ill! .
:'I! The guardians of.the peace at Columbus VTiiM>n. ). P. ('h"I'P'II, A. It. PLilin.. W L. 4. ". -.r .! -, ;, .,...t-, .n fI: -.. *. .... ".t! *' .4. -, NERVOUS ANP DEBILITATED
Coaa A Bue. \Vm..Gordcti, J. F. fiolllut,J. .
0. zealous in the dis.- .. -
are so W. Menard. ; y ; :' -...
4' *" r' ,.OF BOTH SEXES..
.of their duties bat take )
charge they
'In' *ct r.of Lnmber-II. U.lCoo yR.V..Oone. 4( PERCIVAL: ; . During the next '-
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I- no note of personal mi haps, for it is J. Pr>c J,. : ,11j -J- '. : ADVICEAJJD' cONSt'L.
.i officer :('Un"'lLt..-O. n. My, S-Wlion, 1. Smith, J. .. i..j > TATION. I
stated that'one ,
seriously police J. Forbes.Jame. Lcoe,i. II. Brown. .,: .,::" <'.. .. :: :: -
:. there had his; trose-sstolen from.him J. .,., .- ',- V.Ir \" .. ;:1't- :
; ; ., ; : : Da. J. B. DVOTT. graduate of Jefferson Jifedic
f. ,
recently' while he was on duty. CITY OF J ArKSONVILLE.Y"rorrETtn : ".,- "", -" College Philadelphia author of several valuable! works,
JONES.AI ., "- .I can be consulted on all disease of the
Sexwl>r U'rin.
1 An unhappy husband; in Pennsylvania ipnnpn- A. Til EH A UT, E. W.DKNXY. A. J. : J will offer for sale .my,stock of .Ciothing, DryGoods&c.& ary < rgans (which be has mode aa especW uy)
'i wbOjjdtinged! a.kl1ifeJno i KOcPELL.'W WI .TDOCOL\8.WM M.2J03T- ; either In male or female. no matter from ,bat cause or.
-.---WI.-K. 1."I FLh.MllI'O.IACOB HUFF .A. .. :! .F" .I ginating or of how long standing. A practice of 30
abdomen, and forced it to the hilt. by BENTLEY i'. B. U U UBABD.. .,' W -LOWER-FIGURS; : THAN EVER years enables him to treat diseases with success. Cures
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M imt-E FORTTTSE "j ; Q ; _
the wall & guaranteed. Charge nable.' Toot a*a dilllaact
handle'against :
jamming Clerk-W II UHltI rY. .-', :.f, .! J '. 'j;'. .. .' .' can forward letter describing sj mptonu, and ewlptinz
displayed an amount of which TreMurw-l'HAR FRIDRSBKRO. scamp to pay postag' '
energy .."-. B. tiUUION8' -: AV .Ar '1\ .' .. -' 'In order .to close out stocjc on hand. .. \
would have made his fortune in the -r---; '. -
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Coiio or-fuiup WALTF.R.Cler..fX I Scad"
J. BUCKY r the Gmiitt to Htalik. Price ioc.B. .
lrk.-W.O.\RVlN.- / ,! ;; .
t patent-medicine business.
4 City Phjiiclm-C; PKEW,'Jr.MASOXIO.. .01. I .", '. ,Great.Southern, Bazar, B y.6treet, Jacksonville '
the J. DYOTT M. D.
After prosecuting- ttorney had ', ,
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heaped vituperation the Physician and Surgeons Duane S N.Y.
1 } upon, poor DEALER IN ; 104 {.

.. prisoner without counsel, the judge Eliot PolomoD-ea..; II.Ixxlee K)4: .Ko.(.man JO,-Tr XI. Bowes. U-,gular W. M m.'iog; Cha'_. .' :. A SAVE.. MONEY.! -' SAVE. ,TIME TAKE ',COMFORTl -

.: asked dim'If hehad anything to ; I.. and 2d Wedbe-d*?*of e eh month "
say 'I. ,USIC HAS
., Diival Lod LEATHER M
for himself. "Your Honor replied iSre.; D. Jones, T)1.r. Regular'meetilJg.I. BOOTS..SHOES .
the prisoner "I ask' for a and 3d M onH)I ol mch month.' :
postpone JChapter Ko.II.U A.M-J.S Drlgg*, -
mentor.eighteen days in order thatI I. M E. U.P ; M Bow...See ; D Jnn...( 11.rd. Ugul Y' '-' !I. : \ #- PORT. : ROYAL R. R ,

find 'a blackguard 2CS'erthat .- mt't'tintlll.t I-rid')of tch mronth.n.OIa..1111 : AND FINDINGS; : .. : : > "
may to. CommiindH-i No 2-J. H. Dripf" E. : I PRICE REDUCED.,
one there?' C.. II. C. Dawkiiif, R< nrder. Regular me"liugs.lit i : .
aIn J Id Tue.da't of ekch monthtTTE 6 .
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., A wag, "with the "word "whoa, OFFICERS. t '.> l 4,* ':. .. : ....;..: ;
horse driven by Grand Master-A. J Bn..ll.Or.nd Ja'boll"'lIl' .;.1
: brought a a young : '
., dead lJ..|>u-y V.MtT-n U Wiln-u T. ".-; : t ''A' LARGE !lAND WELL SELECTED.. .STOCK, : | NOTICE TO' TRAVELLERS. :THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
"That's fine
to -
man a stop. a '. .
$r. Oraiid Wardcn-J P. Jordan Fcrnnndma.Jr. I : j .- .-- .' 4 < : ; "' ...: ; -10 .
1 beast of 'oursJt the "Yes .Orand Wurd.-n}. Wavate,.a'k-onvil'e. ESPECIALLY ADAPTED .
} says wag. TO CITY AND COUNTRY RETAIL. '. .
? Omni Tr '-D. L Oakley llonticllo.Grand -' ; .,; ,
: a pretty good sort of an. animal, but tot-eIYl&l'-D 0 Dawkina jM.k onville.Onuid i I ., ,. I -. i ; TRADE, ': rAnd '. L .:;: ." .1 .
Cb.plKln-lt.-v.Joe n P nny. } jo' :
: he has fault. He owned '
was once ,OMtia Tft r David Jones,Jscksonville. by strict attention to business and the want of the will endeavor to merit share of their WILL LAST A LIFE-TiME
public, a pationage. :. ... .
by a butcher, and is sure to stop whenever DItTJIICT DEI'UIY O K AN D M A8TKR8.lit I .- Passengers ;; make ., Close Connection : ., ,- : :'-

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he hears calfbleat/. PUtrlct. -lJ. O..Alderman,.Xariannav : GOODS SENT' BY'MAIL; -AND EXPRESS, .'"" '" ':1 : I : .t. : : :>
KWTS Cbattahoochee.Sd .
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The latest novelty in ear-rings is II. B.TMjIor Lire Oak. ,. -. To an puts of the State. ; VIA THE, :,.' ., \ .

: : probably the.singular pair which were fib"' '. J.8.W. II.Drltg Long.) ,JarksonTllle.6th O.-aU. AT- THE.,OLD.. STAND. .'. COR.- B.\Y and. .OCEAN, STS., .. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 8-Stf '. .,1 :' ".5 :> -:0": : bo

sported by a dashing. Parisan belle at IItb"' Z. H. il*.on. Ontnire Spring. -". -" -; SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON : .3 ,
7th Frank liranch Tsmpa. r .
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a jeccnt wedding. From 'each ear STATE OFFICRd OF G RAKt)Cll.\'M. j. NORTON; S. H. KOOKER. ; : : .
: watt ..Attorney al.Law and Notary Public 1:: .- -I' -! ; AND .. :.- : : o.. TH CIUBXATIDSHONINGER .
hung a 'g')gridironon: whichwas Orand JHuh Pti,.t-M. Bowel,Jack,onville, ; ". : .1 ; -, ;
laid l of Ui-puly Orand Iligh l'rlf6t-J.d. l>ri gs Jacksoorlilo. J'I ; .
a heart. formed garnets, NORTON & KOOKER. : : .'
o the idea'to be conveyed,' says a gushing Orncd Xing-B.O. Alderman. Ifirianna.Oraud .. '. 'J" : ; ., PORT 'ROYAL: RAILROAD,:.. -- ; '. .
tenbe.-D.O. Wllimn, TalIaIt&.aee.(3rsi4 DEALERS
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correspondent, being that .qf a Treasurer". A. Young. JacVsoqrill. : ( -"'"' .' ; -' .' '. ,. *:. .; USE.' ;
: bleeding heart pop lhe.fiery.coals"ol ODD FELLOWS. REAL .ESITATE\ .; For :Augusta, Atlanta,Chattanooga t ,;.Memphis, Nashville. LonisvflleCiiicin. ,. DAILY' ; .:

'Jove 1 i Florida! IxvJge 8. io.1 Wm. u. Cook V.O.; 8. II; I. ,,." ..\ nittISt.LouLsCh1cago: an allpoints: North,. SouthEast' ,and West.. -
Tucker. Kcjular meetings Juesdayuiibt. "
every '
A young lady stopping jn .Brattle- : 7 p "' ': 'OF ALL KINDS., :. :. ., } ": t._ : : '
TKMI'ERAKCE SOCIETIES. ,. -The best musical Went of the country recommend
boro, Vt.. for a:few days scat a {friend Dnral DivUioo .No. I-llenry Kane, N. P.: Oeo. : : *
w of hers to the store, to get a' pair bl W. Frazier. It. 8. Ifegukr nut tings Try GgNE AL- INSURANCE AGENTS. representing_ following. ,. TRAIN : LEAVES DAILY AT 9.30 A:M., these Organs.! The nicest'*nd best! More lor your

: day nLjht d Qcod TUII'I.I.'I| l Hall, Ilof g'.Block. : '.' ; 'i'. .', .. : :." '. ....,. l ', ', letter'satbJactfonj'tnsur'
; shoes. She. told': her, friend to get Jvckcmri! Lodj"of Good Tempters No. I-B.F. panics : / money and gives any otho
Ward, W.0. T.4 U.A. teuoing. W. K 8. tlrtt eVe '; ,. 'FJUNW ,. Win combined > r'; HOLDING OTHER 1 I,**' tl*"'
,. ; number fives, but her-friend--being cry TT.dn* .
anxioubto secure a. .good fi. for, her, K ewu, l/odKe Ha. 2, I.0.O. T.,(East Jack.tiUe) ,COTINENTALOFNEW. .r YORK" ;. I i-Jt:.__ .-44"L| -. -' ..: Ex II.A4ilEr: -:'ozding delay Ia'SavannahAT) ,,';' -, '. i' ; ; -*-- -
I. W. O T. C.'M.Joars W. Ii.B. 'j : .
-B. H. We '; ; Eureka Ctmfro '" anJ.Crandt.Illustrated .
ordered jhestorckeeper to change the Meet t-vrry evening at Grove. 114), near. the. shell MANHATTAN NEW YORK jS7oooooq: ': .
mark on a pair of sevens. He did aiO road bridge. TIRE- CEPABTMEST. PENN,. OF PHILADELPHIA, ,' "-. BRENS. TJ kET'Q, gI !: < : -, ::;" : -. .:

: : .:lOd the lady' said they fitted, better Chief Engineer-JmM 11. Iloey. LOANING MONEY ON.1' REAL ESTATE AND ,CONVEYANCING A -- :, : .4C. : ,' c 1 ( '.4 ,.' _"

., 4han she had time. lilt AIo81Il&tJt-1'J1O1h Hanyek. .. -. U '* "' 21 BULL STREET SAVANNAH OA.V : .1 !- '. I
any a long SU-am Fire Eoglne Wecluuiic'a-Thos.J.Uott,Fore ," V SPECIALTY. : ., catalogues. sent by mafl postpaid to myaddress. ,
L J. ,- .." '", b'.f I. ; ,"., .. 1 ... .
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:. / JEtna Hteam Fire Engine-William &ya, Foreman.' I d'. .,;:".. ... ,' ;., t upoo.ppucatloa to-: .
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We below few of the choice for sale by
:, AN ALtIGATORALLKGATION.--That Alert HOle No.l-C. C.VandrrprllT, Foreman. give a many places us : .
Pbow>U Hone No.2-A. J. UusHe.l,Foreman.A : 'I : 1 B. SHONINGER CO!,
.. Alligators ; 'swallow their young I .iicus nook and ladder Co..-T.- A/ Wilson .1"_ .' .' .
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'Dunlawton ; .. i > ,'
No. i). Two-atory house on Ashley1 street,near St. No. io;. Plantation: on Halifax river, : n. :. '. 1 --t 'i" J. : ': : L. ;
have had occular demonstration in a }" James :Hotel, pleasantly situated, in one of the best seven miles noithof Mosquito inlet,at Port Orange; Lit'j r .
BAKES.Frerdman'a .
neighborhoods in the city house Is new,with sis rooms, ito axres. rich hammock, '1 < ; ; : .
single case, and have, the universal Pavings Bank corner'of Pine andForythitr.eta. ; LIDO acres, lying one mile ; ; .t, : : : ?. -' (,- -
; plenty of closets and good MrYaD 'alroom, ; lot 52 S a from nvert jo acres high shell!! land, immediately on r" > f '
: tradition of whites'and "in J. W. Swaim, Cashier. feet good fence, good aJdcwallC and the street the river bank. trout of about From the cities FREE
negroes the I '.a. Ambler1 Backing llouae. Bay ilreet T.U. 105 ; having one fourth mile, following. on filaeyery dayi TX.EVEBYBODY-Boston, pCEA'N. HOUSE,
.. thelled grape*in bearing: ft fine tot of young orange with large, two-story,frame house, if rooms, neerly 1 New York hDore.'Sau Francisco : '. -. T ,.. >*> .( .
region of Louisiana, Mississippi arid MaiwytAahIn.; : trees; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily; good finished; house commands view of the river and ocean 1 ,-Philadelphia, ChicagoSt. ;/* > .
K. w. Denny, Banking House. Bay utreet,corner weU with back porch, which Is covered with and is surrounded with bearing .. Louis Cincinnati.andJmany'others. ..
Texas that such is their habit. In the ofOoean. pump on large ,orange trees, ,. n ., .
HOTELS.- I towering vines. Will be sold cheap.NI some '75 to.too ini number good well,and a cistern .- JACKSONVILLE,, FLA. .
t winter of 1843-44, I vas engaged : ," thing" there that holds"i.aoo gallon,In yard; thoroughly ditched Time and Sure" the .
'Oraud National. Bay I'rwt;near Julia,Oeo.MeOiuley B. To capitalists desiring. a big Quick Connections 'via Port ..tyalRa:7.road. ,
and drained canal from
making a survey on the banks of the Proprietor. .. ., U a fine opening Springfield;For a few thousand dolfars rlverlQr transportation; of"crop;.immense nioning quantities to the of ( I' .' "- : '.t. '_ ' ... '. Centrally located and fint-class in I aS ito sppoinunentt
Homochitto M' ropolit*n, Newnan near Bay, J. B. twill go great way just now. particulars enquire .. ., '
wild trees on the place i the soil Is simQiu the
Lakcr-Theday was warm & Kookcr Ocean and Bay orange to -. -
I Norton ,Corner streets. -
Toml.-1'roprletor. best lands of -J-- .* .' .; wltt'Jemain open daring the Summer months..
and sunny, and, as I halted near the dUD Moose.Ocean ttreet, near Bay, lira. o.-i;* No A HAMDSOM* RBSIDENCB roc SAH,-SI* sugar Cuba to which it is fully equal$ i : ., jJ
74. limestone t Is abundant This slac U really one of ih* A. O. HUSSEY. ]NO. W. :HOWELL. : : i.: : 1 -'t
Bufflnrton. Pioprietresi.Florl large rooms and kitchen, double' bay window on the choicest la and known :. : :
places wa such be-
margin a pond partly dried up to '
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W. E.Stock well.] &oaier. the views la 1. J' I' I > 11 "..
,pick some shells, I started .i litter of commanding one o1 finest Jacksonville: f'
windows filled with bur( lights of*o-lnch glass and hong N.'S./'Do you want Vnug"wfaiter home, with HUSSEY 1I & ,'-H'G.WELb ; : P PER DAY"crJio PER'WEEK.-
young alligators" that scampered o0 FEDEBJlt OFFICEBS.Ooileetor with cords and weight on pulleys and reaching to the ormjjo trees ADd flowers/laflorid.,t "You can get a -
yelping like 'puppies and' retreating of Customs-J. U. SCOTT.* floor, with blinds: all casings are finkhed with mould a besutiful.tot,;::70*156 feet tVSprlnefieU. high and ,, .: / .; If'i f. .,.'; Very'reasonable arrangement made.with permanent
Deputy Collector C. BLEW. log and oiled and varnished, making a beautiful finish; healthful,and within ten mhnurs walk ol the post-office, _.\vHOuSALEAND RETAIL DEALERS IN' .
some twenty:. yards to the bank ol Inspector.if Ouatoma-i V. 1IIOOIXS. ceilings high,walls hard-finished open stairs".double, on which to make it,for fas.. ..
; Lake Homochitto. 1 saw them reach fotUBMUr V. CllISKY, ,.. ,- .' .glau,trout doors, mortice I Inck on every door in house ofNortoa&Kooker.. .,. -\-i.l ..' : ; lIRS'C. L.BUFnNGTON.

Collector of Internal ""enu_A.SanreyorOetieml A )CXIOU', china closet,store-room,plenty clothes-presses bath. No. A tract of 88 60 .EO'OTS;: S HOES : tf
cleared ham.
their refuge in the rnomh.of five.foot .W;OILERT.U. !room1; hip root;with"cupola. fronrwhich a charming ug. acre : acres : : JactsonTffl ;May 3.1874.
She 8.Gauger-.TIIOS.WcVCRRAY.TT view b to be had of the atbe river and surrounding mock land; fine fronton St.jois river MWO mile west .. -. ,, .,
alligator.: evidently held if Jacksonvl.le. This Is cthe most desirable river .. 'l
open country t three iota making feet; good well: one -' Pe 1ea1rtsakeatBuckjL

her mouth, to receive them, as, in single Iip-rIIILIrItiSER.. ; a citcvrr: coror.' : young tale shad trees started; hall 1571100 mile from postoffice.For (mats in.the vicinity of Jacksiifdealred. *I ville.,. Will' be divided LEATHER. & FINDINGS.. : : : .. .
at a bargain.
; fie: they passed i in beyond my observation. AUorney. B. a DREW, No.96..A large 'vo.surybouic: wlthul1. large Nol.jifi.. Six acres iA.1Iiton[ river,adjoining the 1 "" -.1 : '. ,OF: PRACTICE ,AND

it ,:; The dam then turned _hal-8.-. COIfANT.i '. rooms; thoroughly built,and finished In fint-ratestyle Florida Home, contalaing theatabarga'n. )ld vineyard.' For aU t v RULES t.oU&c DL .
TOWNSEND covervlwith \4 complete asortmentof New York arid fine
':: arid'f IT. with twelve feet ceilings; one acre of ground I Philadelphia ,
.slowly round down B. KegtM.-ln JJa !
beneath npk FUA8ER
L \ fruit trees and flowers| pleasantly ; within .' The FvotrmAH at Tallahassee has jutt
Mn '
No. ofOuT IcrtL. Tut hotel t Iceatrally1ocaced Goods \ '
'. the water, passing Into a large opening five minute walk of the railroad depot. Price f to/no; 47. tst i always on hand. V printed a small edition of the Rules of Practice adoptedy
,built of the French brick and t.a It
balance time desired. ; of iSn
down the
$4,500 on long with act
; in the bank beneath the root df! A WRIGHT, No.99. 400 acres'In Orange county; one mile from terms int houat Norton In &every Koo .'For;.' prices and ,Sole agents in Jacksonville for Samuel,PunbarCo/s; repealing th SupremeCourt JM Code of Proceedure together,and the full teXtilf

k an a-i tree. Doubtless this refuge isIs a ATTORNEY LAW Mdonviile* Price, fs per acre. I Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes. '' ; f Blounf> Code. (act 01.861) now' 1 la fan.; all la paovhletfocm

I temporary, and the young are released Reeds dock.Bay St4 Jacksonville.Fla Call on or write to in,and state your wallta:. r .), 511 Goods sent by. mail ,or, express to all l :"parts4o die $tate. The compilation wfll prove very coavenJea to the. cprobIoe.
at their own or the mother' : ,PrIce Two Dollar Cash order IO1IO4.Address .
OFFICECOR.OCEANtNDBAYSTS.J4CKONY1LLEsyIhIofs : : ? - WW practice In the different the'Setat.'Collection : JjA.-,: -; ;,} _' \ H SON
r court .; : JII''f..t .1 : 'i.'h' !; H { 7Jij( < 'ia D fifc'i DYKR&
: I eJ.u re.-Pof.lI/4t' .Stif1llj. Mouthy: drompdy attended to' "' .- $74tfh :,( :: ): ,elcoml. .J Gte l '" 'iJ"' ': t.'I '::,;: ':19 :: ; i-, } '. hay .Si'retf r: T ; r f fIit. .rc 59w4! t .n iTaHaba* e -
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