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 29, 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. fecundation ,has beenTprced! by :a superabundance tnpliattZ-and the limon angulatat.2X&: Deacon Jones' ..Experience.Ve'r ., "'fr1RoJEssIoNAL' .. '. -..'"
--:- and a mixture of pollen the limoneUus inadurcnsisf have ._ : : : OXOCXRIE9 AND PJtCV1S10$. I IIMPORTANr
PUBLISHED flERYWEDESDAY: JIND Ou the other hand I. have "observedthat much all ri ,ht when you lays it down.'Parson, J
SATURDAY.SnnV'Mir. resemblance
.... to, .the biliacusthaurinus Tbtt the flesh b weak and a'ukre I. ;' COLCORD
TEEJfS 't'J'$Cl SCRIPTlON: phenomenon occurs, very RumphiusJro, mar. .And to keep'yerplow la the f&ro. .. ,

" .mad subseriben, |j.50 per annum. frequently in monstrous races such'as motlous.-Lin.), which by its resem- 'When ycr cattle begins W rar,- SaccessortoHid. and Sk1a ,>.

win Five be or ent more to every copies.dub 3oo of ten each received; and at an one extra time.copy plants with double, flowers and ap: ,' blan e, to the lemon, ,is called at,Amboinar Ain't! no sore thing.. 'And between ns,.? J. IUCKOWELL -If you. .wUagenBlMarticl. .tn 4. way stOp,*

WEEKLV null subscribers, ft per annum. Tea pears to hold these modifications. in' lemon goda;. These all ,seem' The same,may be said of'i Prayer' I 4 WI.M, ?" :-.

copies * each, ; Tvrttuy copies, Jt,6o j Fifty cop the germ ;tnalog!>us', to those which to form .links through which :nature Why I stood the jokes,oo the river,., Comer Bay.* N.J.. ..TO '.. '1,40 Ucla produce the change: fthesexulpatts' Of the boys,what the cutter bond "
passes gradually one genius to i
4DVLRTISTh'GR4TES These Thet I'd jiaed the Church: ud the snicief Highest cash price. paid for "' ;
: into petals.. two :observations. another; which! Wa. -.i....,
altogether form families e. "
Snn-WnICLT.1: oo per inch or lest,first insertion: can only be the base of two ; II : Thd.1Da'beJe mind,went round, i .,. .. ,- '":":i :......
each subsequent Insertion.50 ctltt*. conjectures which a great botanist has"called The day I sat dowa with the uotir5era :
It vHshtt tab ftCftSdoa l3t pM--
WanI.Y.'I..S per Inch or faa.lirst insertion: each which it may not ,be impossibleto mtnaliud/ami/ 'tn.che'oId UtCI'Vnnt4I! C.U KOUMSOir you .. fftrf'" T''
ubtcquent;insertion 75 ccnu.&tfil reconcile but the camp' r f AtryatLawandU.S.Couim'r,, ; to J.B..TOCNTS.Saisaa,.,.....
; experience We
Xttictt, 10 cent line. I: vi think we ought to have some 1 ian Oat.and I reckon C* L. ROBINSON :& .
per seems to give place ,to idea of these :..- :
TERMS : CASH IK ADVANCE. consequences species.: We will begin, I might, at a pinch,stood more-. -- ';
which offer more foundation and therefore .For the R AL ESTATE AND. ;.. 1";; : ,
Addrcu ADAMS.CARRUTH &: CO.. by those nearest our boys,they represents uJ. ? x-4: p
Jacksonville. Florida.: which appear to be. in contradiction agrumes and which might possibly And I stands as the Rock of the Law, Agency New The York.Manhattan;; Life *'19$4Bass'A1t.sdnad. PI lie It .tj4TOGXIS .

to the system receiv d. In this be varieties And it seemed like a moral scrimmage. Assets ... -
experiment or byb ids.Ve will go 9,009,462.83. ,Undivided ,*!UM Metropofitaai BQBartf Saloon -iffCXARK
TREATISE ON THE CITRUS. I obtained modification in then In holdia agin their jaw; 7-jS-j-j-ai; .
,on to'those positively farther off ):'r .
: )'s3-
the nature of the ovary'of' an 'range by their traits and end But thars crosses a Christian 1 I'crs. N. BETTES .
The fallowing articles on the Citrus are copied fromOV by saying a As heze'nt J Bfc
AKUrT flower, y.means'of the forced and I bout those got that pretence. .' :<-':'J. ,e' .. ....... : : .
IIpd'tII1ttllAL 7Ul.<3otTTHLAKBofNcwOrleans word !} which. bring these Things with : ., ... : ,. .. .. ,
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pnp'Thaga t .
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Cw which journal they were translated from nfuldpiied action offfie'pollen of a species in contact'with : \"StCIAN-n..lf"S [ 1 1 i .. > _.. .. : ; ill ... :< .... ';o..
the, French: of GEOKGE GALtfhio. We commend the analogous gen- es hex got no sense;, .
JotmKM." intrinsically. valuable$ and spcdaUjrdaptedloSuuthenneeds. : lemon. The result seems to indicate era. We' will call them all by the Things ez,somehow,'no pro6t_ FORWARDIWT- -,- .-....

CHAPTER III. that the masculine! portion! does some- designation; of Will corer their first expense. Omcx Hocms-From'S bit 9 : 40. ..n.

thin. ; !! mnr_ than oivo. _mnfinn_..__ tn... .the.upon..... Ez Omcx AKO RaatDSJCJ Comer 't' 'p
--n'o --- ----- : howl I 1 waast
embryo, and that it impresses it Addreuin' the Throne of Grace, : T
II\'BRIDS-NO. XXXVIII. Acramen nobilis Chinese.
something besides the principle of And mother knelt I U the corner. fro .0"
Citrus aurar.tium kinense limoniforme folio nobilis. AER '&' :
vitality its And each of the boys In his place- B MARKENS '
flare! aJbo f/uctti flavo necessary to development ; .. KOCZRIEa .
jxrtiolfi alato oblonco it The citntf. nobitus, rare in China, When that sneaking pup Keziah'l,. ; PROVISIONS GRAIN.
carente, cortice crasso, medulla, seems to indicate that these principles ""
papilla but abundant.,in CochinChina- is a To Jonathan's cat gir chaM! STRICTLY WHOLESALE .HAY. SECARS. &c. .

amar.Lime: a fleur! d'orange. their combination concur, by (their proportionate mingling) or to mediocre tree, which is .chiefly distinguished I never let on to mind'cm f JA,. O / Sole. .,Agents for Florida for'a:
its '
by ascending ,
Thi temon-formed is a true the formation of the fruit which re- ,, A vein's Chen\ical Paiat.and
orange But drere -Ooods ,
and that 4Gr Sarannah
thornless; its leaves are prayer down the furrow at and }.iU
lime ; it is known, nevertheless, as sults. I do not dare to enter into the scanty, lanceolate,' : entire bril- With the cat hidiA' under my cheer 4 I9-Jm .". > ;- tc'.htatJloaey.Dra.....
the limia ; the fruit has the form of a discussion of this too delicate pro liant of very And Kexiah a whisperin "lie her 1"And ., .'
obscure ,
lemon and the juice of a bigarade ; lem. I limit myself for the momentto an green, of a strong mother a sayin' "you dare l lI 1" N ORTON ;&, K O .j.
odor ; they are sustained linear : STU.a LIZZIE BAKER.. ,,,,
by Y. !! .:
the leaves and the dowers alsoto the exposition of the observationsI
belong asked fer a light fa the hcarhcD, REAL ESTATE
petioles. The flowers DEALERS; ..
the bigarade: ; it is a hybrid of the have-made upon this matter, and I'' terminal disposed' in \ To guide on his narrer track, streets,Jacksonville: ,Florida. : : YOLUSIA.PAND .. -
clusters ,
two species. It is little cultivated in wish that more skillful physiologists white like grapes, are With that cat and dog jest waltiiu*, Life Money'and loaned Fire Insurance on Real Agents Estate and .. ,
Liguria. I have a tree of it that I should continue these experiments, petals, and of a'very And Jonathan's face jest black. Lands Plantations: ,&C.,Springfield Van'Brunt&: Bro... Line Sang Packets,'" !
agreeable odor. The fruit is,a berry, 1 When the pup made a rush'and the k1uenDropped -i Correspondence solicited. '
which I: have
keep to complete my collection. The attempted and begun, nOM YORK.fe"i:
rather compressed don on the small of back. NEW
is used like lemon.NO. with the regularly containing my, : : .
fruit a patience, care and exactitude : J 11'1-- ,.
which they require to be valua nine lobes, red internally and ex Yet' ,I think,with the Lud's a tanrf, B. Cfc DREW, -;. tw36-i9a'. Bay Street.. JacboDY: .iJJ .I'1orIda. .
XXXIX. J "wA; "*-
ble. ternally. The rind is thick, succu- I might hare continered then. -- '
Citrus aurantiura sineiue! folio et fructu varicgalo. lent, sweet, covered with If gettin*her holt that kitten eATTORN : AIRBANKS' '1 r..
unequal tu :
J ARTICLE Hed'nt F ,,.
bercles. This is ,double the dropped her claws in me-when ..d
Oran er a fruit blanc. 1 THE AGRUMES OF INDIA. orange It somehow: reached the"Old Adam," .
size of the China orange ; it is the Office in the new Freedman s Bank DEALEK. :1
The orange; with variegated fruit isa I Genera Observations upon the lant5-Thci. Dcsaip- ; most agreeable of all. And I jumped to my feet with"Amen." Fine.. .and. ForaythStrtctsJacksonvWc. : .
hybrid of the lemon. Its leaf is lion and Synonymy.; I So,yer right when you says it, Parson i I-IT.AJURCWS.. ; ; GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
bordered with a white band: (rather The account which we have now NO. II. Thet the flesh it weak and a snare. : BAY "i .

yellowish white) which is due to the given is doubtless sufficient for cultivators Acrumen Margarita. And to keep yer plow in the furrow M. & H. '.'BAKER, EET.JACXSONVILJ.E.n.A. .
mixture with this species its fruit ; but is imperfect for botanical Citrus Margarita. When yer cattle begin to rueAin't J ., -
; amateurs. The citrus of The citrus Margaritaresembles no sure thing. And between as, ., .'.Always keeps.n hand ,-. --yi. *
previous to maturity is whitish Europe
cut by I its
jist with
says so
some greenish lines; which become perhaps itself an isolated genus, of slightly the citrus Japonica of Thun- prayer. Bur HARU.s Ornot: Reeds Building, : HAYr CORN OATS/,BRAN,- GROUND-
which all the s ecies known but berg ;', but it differs from it in ", FEED, PEAS CHICKEN FEED-*
are -
yellow as the fruit advances to maturity ;; many I-I, PORK, LARD, BACON, "'
whilst the white ground turns to for a Jong time it has been confounded traits, which seem to make it a peculiar WHITE MAN'S PARTY AND MADISON SHOULDERS, I

orange: color. Its ]pulp is sweetish and with other analogous gcncrat which species. The citrus Margarita is RECORDER.-This specious polit- ]AM S3 M.UK". -' HAMS, II

doubtless do belong to the family a bush whose branches are straightand cal FISH FLOUR, '
has little fragrance.; This hybrid is same project was attempted several years ;
cultivated in Liguria solely by ama- but.which, in my opinion, form thorny; its leaves, scattered and since, first, we believe,.in Gainesville ii'BLBEEBE: HOMINY,MEAL,RICE, ', ?-
and setdsmen. I special branches of it. It is lanceolate, are borne upon linear pet- by M. E. I I e HECKER'S FLOUR, FARINA
teurs It is very handsome necessary Papy ,and others. It .Js BUTTER CHEESE. APPLES. ONIONS
as an ornament for the garden ; to have some knowledge of all these ioles ; its flowers very odoriferent, worthy of its originators. The attempt POTATOES, SUGARS,SYRUPS. ,

but it grows small, and gives but few beings which we 1 believe to belong to have five white petalsand: are unitedin is now'renewed by the Madison ROOM No.a.MASONIC MOLASSES, COFFEES,

fruits. The seedsmen of Nervi carried it. small number upon peduncles scat- Recorder, and we predict that it will cw36-I92w53-105 .. .- TEAS,' COCOA- '

it to Paris, where I have seen India presents great number of tered upon the branches; its fruit, prove equally disastrous. It is only OILS SNUFF SOAPS; I.

several very fine plants of it. plants which have much analogy with small, oblong, of a yellow red, con- the impotent sore-heads of either -IT7M. & ARTHUR A. BI STARCH,, TOBACCO, ;

NO. XL. our agrumes, chiefly in the qualities tain.only five lobes within! a very thin party, race'or. color, who are disposed WOODEN-WARE, BUCKETS;
Citrus of the form and acidity of their fruits. rind ; its pulp is sweet and agreeable.It to set up race' or ,color 'above principle A BASKETSBROOMSsroNGES.TUBS
aurantinni Turticuai
.... angustomiaculato Their traits to infinity, and comes from China ; chiefly abounds or who desire build I '
vary graduSfly" to
iruttu uMongato, cute ida'tdriis on blind 4 }{ STREET, 0 CANJtitD GOODS Of EVERY X1ND:
\*riata virennlMis: cvaiuieniei in rnaturla'.e, extend' themselves to species in the' environs of,. Canton ; it is not prejudice instead of the more sure .. : t ,) ,,_. ...-:..,....,. '

cortice cra..i, medulla umaru. which truly belong to very different found in' Cochin-China.: i The citrus foundation,: .. .of reason. andjdsTTce. ;. Our ..... W .2! '
Oranjjer:: Tnic a l icuille panache. !genera; ; but the analogy which they of Thunbenr- has the winded netioleto & -.. -,- uanaioate.ior" longress-; nas disavowedall -- -* ;;

The orange with rayed or striped have preseived with our agrumes its leaf, and the. fruit has a thick connection with any party not H. A.MTTISOW. yoLlGLCRoCEY.ND PROVISION LINE.

fruit i ia: a bub-variety ofthe Turkish seems to have formed chiefly in the rind, containing nine lobes. founded on ,Republican, principles. pATTISON(& MEEK, ''

orange with willow leaf' ; it has the indigenous races, a point of comparison NO. III.AcrumenAmbonicuin The. colored people-who' compose / SELL ,FOR CASH

same carriage: and leaf, but this leaf is and almost always the name of caule anguloso.) folio nine-tenths'of the Republican party A AMD AT ...

rather loi-ger and narrower: and is! our genus. Lirnocn or narcgan has inaximo, petiole alato, Bore magno, fiuctu in the State of Florida-have never D"r' THE. LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES.
bordered irregularly: with a band of been added to their peculiar and dis- spherico compresso,, foreolis notato, cortice manifested a disposition to' be' exclu- Jacbo: YiI :
croceo, medulla adhxrente, succo vircoso et Merchants: aen. Hotels;Rnanflng Honsesvand
whitish! yellow. The fruit is tinctive Thus sive but "
yellowish names. at Ambonia acidulo have'been governed only by JOHNSON; M. D., : Families arc invited to examine my goods and prices.
i rayed with several greenish. lines, they call iheh'ffacus/arianusofRum- Agrume rouge d' Amboine. republicanism, electing! to the highest PE. : "

which cut it in length. Its pulp is phius,(traftva lIlannrlos.-Lin.J Lemon The red Agrume of Amboina offe/s office within their control only such HOMOEOPATHIC J :: :: THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES

bitter, and the juice insipid. I thinkit goa! as at Malaba, there is known as well as the other varieties of this, men asbest, represented these vital PHYSICIAN AND i I PAID FOX. COUNTRY PBOBCCZ: OF -ALL--4 KIND

is a hybrid ofthe lemon, from \\hichit under the names of jy roa-kI1ltJunJrt- island and Japan, features worthy of principles., The complexion of candidates Office north side of Bay Street ia ; scft '

has received the yellow color with gam, of tatou-narfgam,. and of mal--observation therefore will describe has ,been consequence new block east of atio

which it is striped. It is cultivated naregam, three .plants which Europeans it according; to Rumphius we in- to them. They never have asked, much WILLSON & WHITLOCK. f

in Liguria by amateurs and seedsmen. call by the name of,lemon, and his plants of Amboina. This less insisted upon representation in :U7R.ANNP?, to. Thos. A.Willsoa.,

that Linn us classes in the genus: with sour fruit is'a tree which orange in proportion with their numerical V V EALEXS.IX r._. 1
MONSTROUS FRUITS.No limonia, ((malus limonia indica fructufusillo. very tall at Amboina ; its top grows is an- strength. To force upon us 'su h', an .. ', ; GRAIN. FLOUR, AND,FEED,

.-Kay/ maluslimonia Malaba'Jructu gular and, as if furrowed } its leaf is i issue most ungenerous and unjust. Othcein, Reed', Block.:, Bay. ..Street Jlaniuactnrerf, ;r y.aj
genus plants is much disposed : I
as umbilicata.-Ray ; and malus -New Era.- :
winged, and nearly as! large as that of :Fa&
to give monsters as the citron. limonia .. .CORN; MEAL, HOMINY, CRACKED
These fumila sylvestris z'lanica.-D. the pompelmons, and it has a & .s- .-- ...
monsters are of two sorts, monstrous Hermani, VanReede.) strong odor. The thorn is long and SHEEP AND SHEEP MANURE'FORORCHARDS. CALL & BASNETT\ : .' CORN. RYE MEAL, CtlAHAM.
and "
races i'
monstrous fruits. We'have AH these form
species which -4' '
seen that the genera sharp: ;r the flower. is large, white and -A correspondent from FLOURCRACKEDWHEAT '
due monstrous races are approach our European species, ,and has five petals ; the fruit round and a Washington, D. C., writes to the -- LAW, ; : -

dation simply which to an extraordinary fccunr vhich may be- united under the broad little flattened, is marked with many Fruit.Recorder recommending sheep 'Omcm-In Reed's, Building up stahST. SCROLL. SAWING &: WOOD TURNING

. modifies in the ovary family name Agrume. In general small stains, and does not color entirely manure against insects on' plants.! TO'ORDER; t
the 1Acs
germ which gives birth them resemble -l, .' _,,_,-, -
to : they ours, in the vivacity ofA before its full He has also used with.benefit when v
We have observed that monstrous fruits continuous vegetation,' which offers rind adheres to the pulp maturity, and; the grafts or buds were eaten up by insects. H. SUMMERS,. ", : ; :Wood Sawed, Split, and,,Delivered
seem also --
of to be produced by the action always ,flowers and fruits in the lobes adhere among ,themselves, as in He applies' the. powdered sheep ma- C* by Cord. or. d': ; 'a: ...
a forced
fecundation, which I midst of an evergreen foliage, in their the lemon. The pulp is of a viscous nure on the'buds grafts when moist ATTORNEY- T ; t..1) '-.i-- h

produces a modification in the formsof pungent aroma,, which is" spread and acid juice. This species. resembles from dew, and coarse manure' round '. .. Ross!, Block.Bay" Street.. opposite'our. .Mill.. and,. ...Whar. .'
ovary. The first fact is carried throughout all parts of the plants, in I the citrus frisca of Soureiro, of the"STrial'trees' at' the ground. He U. S.. .PUBLIC CIRCUIT AND : -: -JfaspNY1LLZ.,, ..,v
to the
is established last point that of evidence. It the whiteness and fragrance of? their ., which it is, perhaps a variety.NO' has kept sheep and hogs in his orchard: Office Polk's building. T, Al WIMO*.' IS-" .... .-.nLoc.
, the influence of flowers, and in the nature of their of plums, apricots and nectarines (not' ;
: 'IV.
upon the organization of germs fruit which' is always a rounded berry lambs, as they .*111 bark, the trees), r.:'I.nmaJrG. ;

;, 'is certain, nevertheless, without, destroying having a yellowish, aromatic rind, containing Acrumen sinense fnictu: ex viridi nigricante., with marked benefit, all fruit ripening ,...n nwe. : SAVINGS B. .. : -, /a... -
medulla sub-dolci. _
the .JTHE.
: in preexistence of these cmpryons a certain ,number of lobes, anda Agrume de la Chine. without the slightest sign of.curculios. TJLEMING, & DANIEL FREEDMAN-S- SAVINGS. TRUST: .. CO., .
the ,
is ovary. Tbe second fact juice sometimes sweet, sometimes The oil. left on the bodies,0C.trees by I -I I 1 : VU/

the not equally well established ; but bitter, and nearly alwyas acidulous., The aurantium sinense which Rum- I, the sheep rubbing.against them, the I : JAchsotvu.Lw1.-M: : .I'.IJ \

consequences of it are much more But there stature is generally that ofa phius saw in the isles Amboina' and effluvium from the sheep and their,manure -! OFMC: Reed's" Block,corner Ocean i Deposits of any amount.received from individuals, '

important. It we succeed in establishing bush ; their branches are twisted, of Banda, does, not seem, to differ is, offensive to many insects .I-IY JacksonTUle- Fla. business firms and"societies; on which 'interest wiU be

it in an exact manner: by re- knotty, and often ragged, their much from our orange ; it makes a Their manure and thai .of the hogs allowed' ..: : .... n.atf' ,

a,' Petted and precise experiments, we leaves, frequently divided iq two by- fine tree, which grows larger than the produces a healthy .growth 'of the A. A.'KNIGHT, be &currCt Kinds
Should\ fix Deposits may senr1 oy express, .
a principle, of physiology the wings of the petiole, are sometimes sour oranges; .its straight branches trees/ < "
jrnich is yet uncertain in the vegeta- tarnished ; their thorns, sometimesnot give it.a. rounded and elevated head ; ATTORNEY AT LAV ; or by UUZIIiPOstaI' mcoey'rdcdant,. bank drafts.'rie'Bank ,

kingdom, and which at present present sometimes double, are. its leaf long, smooth, with a corded Why not pasture, both sheep and is open dailytroll\\ rC H4 aka.
we judge from petiole carries lateral thorn its hogs in thematured of on Saturday evenings fOr deposits'only. ,'fixins d to.I
with ,
analogy the ani often longer in the branch, thanon : ; .orange groves No. a Hoeg's Block up stairs; : ; : '
mal kingdom only; we should ,deter the young, and nearly always dis- large, spherical fruit has rind that is Florida? I 35iwly i o'clock: -
J W.SW AtK.Cashier.
. the measure of concurrence that posed in strange manner ; their flowers blackish green in color, which does l !

.the,..,-male, parts- have in reproduction. sometimes with five or often four -adhere ,to the pulp ; its juice is BEE.P, ASTt1RAGL-. .is desirable to L. ROBINSON, DOBBINS, .' '.....

I, &i&c Iact or monstrous races may be petals, are either axillary or, solitary, rather vinous and sweetish. Rum- have succession of bloom as the season C" A. .'" '

- Conciliated with thepre-existenMof. and very often terminal ; they present phius found another species; of which of each is short. The -common willow : GUNSMITH. ,; ,, LOCKSMITH' ", ...: ... ','"

terms in the ovary ; for'these receiv-, instead of the bouquet of"our, the. fruit 'was smaller arid much less which easily propagated: from Also. NOTARY PUBLIC:, and '- J: "*'';* '

i, jpg! life by the action of the fccundaI orange blossoms, grape clusters, like sweet, and three others, of'which the slips, affords abundance when it is U,.S. CIRCUIT -i AND GENERAL JOBBER;

1. put, may,, by that act, be altered i' the olive. One cannot always recog-! first forms a large tree, and carries a so much needed. The soft-maple, Office:'No.a Masonic Block. ,','* "i";' .
1 : w the principles of fruit large and sweet the second the popular and the linden' basswood Corner Bay and Hofan Streets. _'
' its organization, I nize the organs of fructification. Rum ; produces or '. IC. ,
,. and give only mules. But the fact of phius rarely describes them. Their 'a fruit covered ,with tubercles; should be largely cultv.iated-as O. WRIGHT, : < 7ACKSONVILLE;. P'4 .

i monstrous fruits seems to destroy the fruit Is berry, but this berry is some. and of which the pulp js scarcely honey'ptod 'cfng'trees;. :The Englishor A.1- ., --:0, :---- .r

'1. theory of this pre-existence. Here the times round, sometimes oblong, and sweetish; and the third,..which is. a black ,valuable l as.yielding ATTgR.NEY'.- AT. 1AW1Reed's .>. : I : SEWING. MACHINES. CLEANED, ,AND,

..: POllen changes the form and the nature sometimes angular; it is often covered small bush, giver ;a, little fruit, of honey of the:best quality, early ?In the Block! ,Bay St..J ; -_....' REPAIRED.. H' 2 ,

;i in oftbeovary. and multiplies the foetus with tubercles of a fixed form, and dis which the skin 1s thin and agreeable. ,' season. ,Alsike clover js: excellent win practice in the different courts*of : ,, f"
f this envelop\ in The fruit which he calls aurantum'ptnlUlifulm for all kinds of stock the l'ctvdrowp attended to. !
a ,singular manner posed-with a certain Tegularity. Its pasturage ; ; ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY 'It

,.; On2etzmes. Such are the aurantiumermcibtum color, sometimes green, resembles that lemon Prams isaar, seem's i bees prefer it to, 'any other ; by all EMILE MOUR ; ATTENDED. TO.. -
z.tit11J1If, the Belong to the means' raise it Back- LOUIS ,: .. _- .'>
the din- of the lemon or orange ; its pulp, en-. thr orange ; second abundantly. J' "
1aJ1J.nd the orange which I have closed in numerous lobes (differing'',) is which called"at Banda lemon ponPonleron wheat is the late pasturage'; be sure ..From Paris,France'; ,lately/ Foreman 1 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
obtained th band' of the lemon. sometimes sweet and vinous and some- seems ''to 'appro cb' to 'theImz' to' get the honey producing kind. > bland Dyeing Timh"f<< ,'-I----- .1 S.a
';ii.:L $ IZIJrll'ti'l11l nJn7Im presents a times disagreeoble glutinous. In in 'ventricosus, of which we shall The.range of the bee is'.about' a mile 'MENT.. : Sign of big lock.FOR _.S. .
?: uperfctaio speak later the third which he callsauranliiJm and half miles from the Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wearing ,
a development (impcr- short the whole of its features declare a or two apia-' Lace Curtains, SALE. .' ?
left) of aeveral seed pumirum madurense malaice if there is no : '. ...
enclosed one decidedly that these species do not ry ; -* \ Lac*Shawls j .. J .J..r 7-
, 1rithin 3 the other,'1)r -united in the for the most part,belong to.the genius lemon suasst,. and lemon eolte, seems this. limit, the bees cannot prosper.-. and. FORSYTH other fine fabrics STREET most carefully between N : A Hams. and Lot.beautihUly IocaIied. Ja" lh*Oty

hf did 5?' Poftbe f external germ. Now Inu., There are some who, do not to belong toj the, titrus Japonica fThunbCTg. 'Journal: ofAgriculiut/ ket streets, ofJackaonviOe. The hoM iaIrgeI finished and

these'terms tig in this ovary, wander' from ours, and which have .-, --- :
or are BUESING fitted op with ssAdsralmproventatts., 1aqul37tf Q(.
if r.;. 1rblcb they formed b Jr the pollen by the physiognomy of our hybrids; (To J e continued') The Tampa: fecundated This is but there 'others' which --- RespectfiiH caEs'the attention of th*ddchuca
are. of being at
plpenttraits town
the problem prospect: a built? up : to the BEAUTIFULSOAP he : .
1 solved. which remains to be approaching still more to some At. .Decatur, OIL, the .streets .are' Point. Pinalisbegins to_ loom op'apace, It b the best Washing Barber and ., -i
On b la boxes i :
:'" that, those one had I have observed species of tbtfrattva, of the greater drained bysinkog wells forty: feetat; a projected saw-mill aidsliop of merchandise" .made.p.s go< This>KTt> .Soap- put up' : SAMUELFAIRBANKS. _: .
monstrous; developments of the limchua and other Indian i wblch..deptb there are the nucleus of this expectancV. Orders shoaldW. addressed to NOTARY PUBLIC 70*: VYALCO1NTt "
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II' ) :.' ":., THE NEW SOUTH. fostered as the most convenient arguments The Coming Conservative ,Convention.The Florida as they are from Georgia, and All Should Aid in Immigration. -Th THE J.UBEr lumbermen AND THEIR PLANS.follow V RAILROADS_. AND STLZI._
I / "' and in Pennsylvni
I' interest good
L" the whole State become as gloriously1redeemed A new degree the trade>Isewbere x..1 ;.,
r" that can be substituted for thediscussion' committee on resolutions at the ing r4bloa BJ" "
I'S .,,,'' "' J:ft AbA,.". \ of political principles.The coming Democratic? .convention 'In:this as U: Kentucky, that,staunch, was excited abut matters in Florida by have resolved to see I they cannnt help 1

.;. .".-.:.J C"T:.CTH.. r ADAMS,CARRUTH & co. old strong-hold of thtf Democracy, whose the replies! that, were elicited by the publication business by limiting production. At J ACKSNIL PEHSACOLA AND
I ,I tho 5 t. ..KEUXICG.: J first instance of any improvement; District are expected to report the,Leon felicitou situation is so well portrayed in the NEW SOOTH of the letter Clearfleld, a meeting was held on Tes RILROAD COV .
I : In particular, that has arisen from a resolutions modified thus: day, being present
any county ,
i in hat Democratic journal of Hagnauer, written reprsentti-e o. aM
most reliable inquiry oas" MAY
[ 5,5 t J..9 ADAMS__EDIT OR. return ,from Republican to Democratic, neiz44.14; *'That*hen the present all upper Susquebanna region, and wW run U .SUDAY. 117 .
I : -r- -j :: the Louisville ,'Courier-Journal V In the in 'the' l interest of a i c,1onyotSw1as. after" discussion it was
rule is to be discovered. It Is for naugurated in Florida 0 bret deter
: TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. yet easy government was following extract: Among others, the letter of lion. E. J. mined down the supply for the PA'EGER TRAINS
1 I. clamor for' whom, had A AND ra
the to Economyand one-half of
I over people Y4
: 'I' a..rL Ca1Int nsu..uoUcltCdfro lanpartlorthe the of Harris in to the resources of coming season to the actual want"oftho
I ,' ,' I State.. Abo. communications on subjects: of generalntmM.wpectaflt Reform" And to parade their anxiety been greatly impoverished by the results The law against carrying concealed regard market next spring. The 'LmavsJackoniii&e.. p.
: i S cdiKWdoml. s odl and tnduitnaloywa ia a dead letter. Every Marion county, was a document of great IO
1 .'' tl, 1 """ ComspJodeou should make their Utters a* for frugal .State government, and an of civil war, and.tie other naif newly' coward weapons and bully armed. ,Every that and,the of square timber to be put into rafts for Lake Cy.o. \9S aa
I "0 ,. fencfas the Uci and circumstance will permit.Vx'e goes possible value t county the is to be only one- Arrive at u
I I ar*but mpuauWe for piD GUI expressed by our "impartial administration, ,of, exact justice emancipated every,consideration! ,of case of manslaughter" unpunished. State V coming season ( Leave) f,0k8S u,,. 6 3::]a*
third that of last
S aMTOpondenu. Rejected; manuscripts can neither ? with Intent to generaly. seasn. Tis pJcyo .e _
be returned preserved. Anonymous contribution to all without distinction of 'race, expediency and propriety demanded Every case or"snootlng Our friend 'neighbor Bay street, it is asserted 'a lonti_ -
p ; rUluotUnoiict-L: condition it is not ambition and kill passes as an amusing episode, provided reducton. .1 .lh10)
color unscrupulous -
or previous! ; that those whoso blind has been adopted in P.
received letter 1,1
f funeraL Even the has
there u no Mr. George Magee, Bulltin. A. _-_. _
I difficult for them to claim. that they are greed':had'brought so great atrocious deliberate, every of timber supply in a Oa sos
: R PUBLICAN NOMINATIONS.. most of inquiry from_the office. of the, lr nearlY States and Canada The. PASE"GER TRAINS EAST (DAILY FROM
exclusive friends and immoderately evils country, should, assassinations have left no EE
upon our common malignant, TALIA ) SAVANNAH
New which
World, in York,city be adhered ?
it to
: is will
question now c
: r ur Member Congress,ad District, f(bndlof their colored fellow-citizens; In view of their own errors and the unexpected mark: on the statute-books except the A"1 JA ONVILE
i .., JOIAI: T WALLS. mark of acquittals purchased moneyor request ,we publish 'in the hope that, &it .rarely happns' emblnations Leave ChattahoocheeJ ____ _.. 6 .
I but the social and political of the' } 2.
alarming( clemency government intimidation. Red-handed murderersroam this, as the letter of Mons.Hagnauer to control way have : U ejrslhhaisec.-____ &:1
,' .: : : 'ljrM;"
'S i :. WILLIAM J. PURMAN. Courier-Journal: the 1 harsh and op:? all. patriots for the speediest possible return Red-handed mur rs'occupy places of POtok such ws.V ladD.-..VV,_'-5-----VV__ 5
1 answers may _
I There correspondents : as Under decision of AttorneyGeneral Ok. .4:10 am and 9:10:
) and
pressive legislation In Georgia, and the of general peace and prosperily.-? responsibility trust. 0'reeenC' Lake and
r Carpet-bag Miseoverntnetit. tend to attract hither an, immigration of U Ct.--s5.. 11:15
S I are at; momentJif\y cases of homicide Williams S,105',784 acres of and
"was obtained ,
with .
S : Ever since the beginning of recon- 'whiteman's party" In' Alabain, 2d. 1hat.he, peace I. on our criminal docket, which irishmensimilar, to that which has done A }aYIOIS a.and ,a:4.I

; ( ; truction, when the entire abscntion of the financial! burdens in' Virginia all and r&' onstructlon'oC the governmentswhich ought to be recorded as murder cases, so much for the development of the land, granted to railroad companies, -- TRAINS TO STr MARKS.

i''', the Hholo ,native population ot, the admonish Republicans, that there is still we had shattered to fragments where the defendant I is at large on bail, North and West. A and effort revert to the GovernmeM' the conditions (Tuesdays,Thursday,and Saturdays.)
and orderto with the least possible danger of,an ad- tKte'care on which the grants were made.
tioulbcrn Slates fIum"nil participation a necessity for continued hearty became indispensably n necessary,!! bestowed of great and Leave Tallahassee____....._
hundred ron
five may ; aa
result. There
t h and social verse are tlU b In this opinion the ..
of financial rlre 4rrveacSt.5Lsrks.
of that our coun- Attorney-General
support grand party possible political, 11:50
In any efforts of political recuperation, : cases of pettyshooting, with ,intent to valuable,service to the State and we are Leave
)S ; then have 'verses the rulings that formerly prevailed 51 lark.12:5 P*
I' jnnde the assumption of the practical try to whom the preservation' of the re-organization, we 'might kill, which ,will never come to trial. confident that,many of our citizens will Arrive 2:2

: Avoik of reconstruction l>y- Republican' national l llle and'tbe resioration of' national :. joined :with, the loyal men of the country *' In a word' there is no security for cheerfully.assist in: so good avwork.iBisn in the, Land Office. to the.effectthat .'jOf-.T W LE1. ,

I matter of abuse peace and! prosperity<<: have been and thus se ured' well-poised and sat- life. because no law for those who takeit land onee granted to railroad companies H. L. MAGEE. 1tf a GT S
ttcw-comcrs a necessity; A..t
I in Kentucky and has not been this WORLD, ? could revert to the Sup
not government "
I t5 and are cardinal objects and c.-rer must isfactoiy government. We see, now,our S
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( of the new-comers .
as carpet-baggers, I many a year.10th. NEW YORK, Aug. 1st, 1874. J by some special legislation Bucty sells bocirajwfsocs cheafcan.
nod their assistants stupidity in obstinately refusing to take MR. GEORGE MAGEE except
of 'few native as _ _ :
S S be.The share responsibility! Hurrah for the glorious old Democracy DEAR Sm Our 'readers often ask on the part of Congress. The lands refeared G. & WIT.COS V.y
scalawags, has furnished the usual staple any part, ,or any :- Rn.ROA ?,
the Transportation Meeting To-Day., with men of ,another',color, wh om our anda, \w1iteman'igovernuient. where we would advise them' to go to to lie in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana : A.

,: politial argument against reconstructed The citizens1 meeting ot last Saturday;, folly had released from our clutches;'but get good homes. Now it you will be ,Texas and !,lcMgan. Theywi )' *
: governments.The I good enough to ,enable, us to answer TER1ANDYA TO CXDAX .
committee to confer Democratic the Union. :
after constituting a and Our Neighbor now'open to settlement subject to Es
regrets are 'unavailing, ,now, our to --
air has been full of allegations ot ; them correctly, by writing answers
S I wis-go\'t rnment. extravagance and all with a'similar.committee of the Duval only safety as party; is in seizing and All are,surprised: that'the mere recital the questions on the, enclosed slip, and the' usual conditions of the General GOING Ijave.FeTTanditaV.SV SOtmt. .ICING MOTTFV

I until all faith in Agricultural Society, with instructionsto controlling the'government which inur: by the Official Tootof, its, many, good such other remarks as you think important Land Office. _-_. 3:30." Ar.
,. JuauuerofcotTuption, measures expedient to be takento ) and forward soon as",convenient 24.-It has _.._. 7:35 T1PJ
report refused to assist in shaping.3d. works should ,so have stirred'jhe Union a WASIIIXGTOX, August C .
we ,
.the! possibility of good in bigotry Baldwin -- :o.a meV9:3oIe.
you"will muclfoblige, been ascertained from reliable { ;!
the speediest possible inaug- a source
promote, of as to constrain the:keeper of its ---
: ". I Ihe reconstructed States seems to have That the constantopposition. Respectfully,yours,' A. FORD, source that Spain Instead of Starbi.-----__un 2Ja
uration of direct transportation to the contribution box to admit that his re ., ._ ___ 71'Glcvi.
all -'- io
in .the Legislature to Business '1:10
J been eradicated from the minds of many the Democrats Manager.Is into effect the the undbrstandng' the .._,. ck
; jrio ,
North will the meeting p :W
jbrmer friends. report to adjourned wise and provident measures ,that.were moval Cro'm i a. 'down east" customhouse the climate'healthy P of the Fish-Polo .,to BroMon-.-.-..} g
to be held at 3 o'clock this r. M. It of the conduct of those of its Key ___. -, 90:
S S 1 Originating from Democratic sources inaugurated by Republicans, )have entailed made him a political opponent How long is your winter? investigate C CONNECTIONS.:1 )
is to be Loped that this matter, of so ; Halo Is the warm? authorities who have infringed on the
so good Republican, Eugene summer very
the an th
: jind echoed and re-echoed by weak-kneed upoi people. unnecessary Ar NDINA.w Steamer
I. S to all the interests Between what dates'do sow? Spanish laws or treatyVobligations, and Ct. Polf
great: patent importance which because he undertook" to obtain the you Cbarlesto
and time-serving Republicans at the expense! and a heavy taxation those who have offended, Dictator an S'nhonJlat
/ Is there enough rain? to punish may an Svanah.ThunJays uj
S North, the facts in the case have been of .Jal'kson\"ille. will attract more' as shrewd politicians and unhesitating balance due him11 and "failed to do it." Have you plenty of creeks and springs? has made demand of indemnity in the o a. m. With steamer St. LJ, Monday, fo.Savaaaah.fcr
attention and draw a larger attendancethan the So ho' ho bolted the 'and refused and the affair of the Yirginius and for other alleged nuwa 6. ;
j exaggerated and perverted by partizan Democrats we propose to take ,ut says party What is the average crop, Friday*at 8 a In.AtBALDWINwhJ
were given to the last meeting. It the bushel with suffered by Spain. owing ,P *M.R.R.from Jack*
I; committees to subserve their temporary most possible advantage under the taking to go back for promise of.the average'price, per one year wrongs fitted out sonville at 4:07 p.m.: Jacksonville at 9:0: .nu
is true that many of our basiucss men and reform." custom-house again, which he might another? to the filibustering expeditions At GAINESVILLE,with tn-weekly stage lint L*
: political needs until from mere iteration, cry economy the soil deep and fertile? in this country, and landing or attempting with stage line for NewnaosvOle. Tuesdays
: the social and financial reputation of are away, still there are many in the city 4th That wo pledge ourselves to the done, if- his views had been for I the ,country level, or hilly and to land Amen and munitions of of war Tap At CEDAR; KEYS.with and iron
JUTown State has received almost irr<.- who know the importance of Ibis subject.The policy'of paying! every 'honest and just sale" then. So 1 it appears that' the edi broken ? on the Spanish-American coast. To this: Oen every Saturday. Wilt teamen t from Nee Key
time has come when quick andcheap all ? demand our government replied in Wet ad Tampa.Fridays: from these places Thurs
'r parable'injury. debt, both of the State and of thocounty, tor's habit of supporting Republican hit prairie ha With Steamer Cool from Sundavs:far

S I Many a long must elapse before transportation must be had by as fast as the people are able to do so, principles" :but refusing support Republican 'I not how much timbered P firm but conreous terms, assertng the the day p MOy (Wilh) Stm TDp Waweakr
; year the usual cost of the Fr fr Suwnn.Tu
channel and to
according tbe'psition y
some present nominees is no new thing! : V V.
without ruin to themselves and families; it E
S the damage inflicted by the reported increase ing: Clearing or breaking prairie per Spanish V IAWEL
: of the State debt by $13,000,000 appearances' It will be infallibly'sought but that as regards the Littletield, $4, but a chronic,: habit characterizing his acre? Erecting dwelling? Fencing, ot the remissness or' the inexcusable delay 53 SuprntenntFORST.

S t' I ia four will be repaired while through Fernandina, if no more convenient oooO," no ;furth Democratic:' aid political course .' down in the'little-town per acre? V in making reparation for the wrong AUGUSTINE.

years and direct route is presented.With of Ellsworth where he used to live How much fencing is'necessary? suffered by American citizens in
should be given without: full settlement -
the actual debt of the State has informationfrom
: never Is raising'carried on? and property. The latest
merchants and other business THE SCHOONER
S : exceeded two millions In the aggregate. our of:former accounts, and reliable .assurance -: and again illustrated in editing the Re- What kind of stock pays best?' Minister Gushing is that he is still

,; When upon the :'appearance of the men, it isa question! simply of-an ,of,: a, larger measure of tangible :publican, in this city, in the, interest of Is there any ,employment except pressing our demands on Spain. Itseems

r increase of business and iu profits; but consideration for future assistance. Greeley; and now,in arraying Union farming? certain that the clause in the protocol 'Magola
: of 1870 how that -w---
: census we essayed to V -
S with our farmers and fruit-growers, it is Dtll.Ii That we maintain the equalityof against the party that in giving it exclusively What wages are usually paid? providing that reciprocal .reclamationsshall ,
the condition of the State was better consideration between
which What ,are the, general 'prospects ',of be the subject of
; one of Imperious necessity, upon and' insist the official printing at an exorbitant V JacksovrQic
all citizens before the law ;
j. will end a
aancialy] than had ,been supposed success for our people married or the two governments not St. Augustine

.. ranch lauJbtcrVas excited by what the sustenance of their families depends.The that law'and*government sbLli extend : tax upon the whole: business of single, in your vicinity V ?. satisfactorily,' in which case it,will become V Freights at tow ntrs.

.' cencd foolish communication in our laft. !,from their protection ,and give their benefit the community, is giving it the very Would you advise going in colonies? the suhjec of arbitration, a per For freight or passage
: :; so absurdly an
attempt.uxatittii Mr. lUte, gives only a sample of the equally to all, and alike secure and breath of its life. Of this,sort of Repub- Can largo tracts of government. or agreement providing the.constitutional apply V to WILLSON &Jacksonville WHITLOCK.,Fla.,
jet from the census, the rate of which Florida homestead or school ]lands,still be got assent of the Senate of the United States
was shown Ui be greater in twenty-five hardships and swindling guard the rights of all, without regard licanism, It may well say. ,,as in its last in your neighborhood? shall bo given to it.State. Or to JAMES COSS

of the States. .than Florida. Still, farmers generally have,been. subjected to race, color or previous condition; but issue: How far \,such land from market, St.Augustie Fla.
.J'f S, fo diligent and successful have been and the evil must be remedied, or that"' colored! mcn, .are too deeply Inter It may seem also ,as It our ,advocacy river, railroad, &c. &c., News. COFFINS AND UNDERTAKERS

the prestige Jacksonville to the St. ested in the preservation of their legal! Republican principles partakes too Whtare lands generally worth"per V
: ; the efforts vilification that financial -
i.:; ( much of the form of opposing those who V
{:; ,S ruin and social and political conS Johns region is gone. There never wasa rights to be trusted as ;impartialjegislators. -: (do comprehend them and ,this'may Would you advise V our people to go to ESCAMEIA COCNTT. MET A LL1C,

S fusion were, *J.widclyxfonerdered- -. better time, to ,agitate this subject, Therefore let none but white men be the casg. your neighborhood? :' V The Western Union Telegraph] Company BURIAL CASES,
: synunimous '
J. never one when indifference is eo full of is the What would they ? has opened an office in tho:new
'S : : ;S with Republican and yet I. 6c,elected. A whlte'man's party In the same paper It gives the names capital require AND

., j4 "cryfewofthendrthernorcasternSta.tes danger to'our local interests. We hope only proper custodian of a black man's of the Congressional Executive Committee Is there much diflrence in the modeof depot at Pensacohi.MAIUUED.In V WOOD COFFINS ,
t. I to see a large attendance at the City farming there Pensacola. on the 17th
S $ 1ave, at any time within the,!last two or rights.6th. two of whom 'it has editorially Please_ to write, any other important '
;/ i three' years excelled our' own State in Hall at 3 this P.M. ..That we'prote'st against the enactment recommended for Congress and one for facts you have, learned by experience.Condensed inst., by the ReV I. ;A. Bergrath, Mr., -

: :' general quiet nnd obedience to law. Clerk and City Records. ,of' the, o.called', Civil Rights the 'Legislature with tho following Z: Patrick Dooley, of Quebec, C. E., to

", .' Still '.c&I'}) t-bag mis-rule" has been City Bill11 while every man of sense knows truly Republican! preface; News. Miss Rosa Honacker, Pensacola] Fla.

The disclosures about the loose methodof that it'simply affirms rights and privileges # SCWAXXEE COU .
the fashionable and "
S ;: S Democratic control has been claimed to recording the doings: of the Board orInstruct.ion that have been ,known to common COMMITTEE:-SECOND,DISTWCT..As ,At a Railroad: Convention held in Boston The county registration books are now
S in this have: 'excited : on the 25th inst. the following lines Live ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES.
county in .
in civilized 01.
_S be the only cureall for the ills that law and recognized every a matter of convenience to those open 9ak.LIve

1 were said to have been endured. And general comment, ,and. although the constitution, for.two hundred,years, and who wish' to sink their money contributions were represented ; Virginia and Tcn- Oak" has 'a young man who EMBALMING V LADIES DONE* AND WHEN GENTLEMEN'S REQUIRED.ALSO ROBES.

I ; discussion has been unnecessarily and I notwithstanding it confers no new rightsto or put ,them where they. will remain nesee Air-Line via Norfolk Great Southern "comes, it, over" the young ladies of ,
:: this has been declared to be '
epeeially treasurer
and with who is
'\ personal and acrImonious, intact. a FreightLinO'via Savannah, Atlantic that to take their letters MARBLEIZED
5 the case iu all matters of financo and improperly any And equally "applies to all, and O. K. for tho coming political contest, burgh by offering MARBLE AND
f .r.", taxation. 80 much so as to detract largely; from its can only be complained of as unneces- we append the list of that,committee, and Coast Line via, Portsmouth, Wilmington -I to the mail and opening ,them ion SLATE, MANTELS.

.. Alabama, .Florida Louisiana and usefulness! it has turned attention not sary and unwise ;, still it gives us an excellent, Direct Steam Line,' Piedmont the, way. V. T HERTHS. &c,

,I South Carolina, hare served as oil-cited only to this important"subject; but to the opportunity to fire Hie Southern. That, .the ,Union i ia a good enough Air-Line> via, Richmond. nnl' the Great' Grass grows,eight feet in h igbth in V .

of city affairs US well. Southern Dispatch Line'via, Norfolk.A Live Oak. AND FOR SAL
and management heart and ,make Democratic capital by Conservative paper for its new Conservative '
S : utaL1e"sKmllt'8 of .
S l All the "common people" who Have assailing: it as "unconstitutional! and subscribeis, as a Conservative general.reduction of freight from, The Wallacks gave a parting exbibi- ,
and and
incompetency corruption, while Fonyth Street.between
I never suffered as city 'officials, are surprised an attempted invasion of,the inalienable editor told us personally none can wonder Boston and New York to different pointsin bition before'the public at Live Oak on twj6-io Lu Hon..fJro.
S Kentucky, Virginia! jGtjprgia, and Tennessee '
the South take effect 29th
are held up as bhiuing examples and we may SR)181iodta'to bear rights freemen, by undertaking under and the Floridiair too, is well con ,,to .August ,last Mondiy.
.S the that the city affairs are as un determine who.shall was agreed to., TV/T E'T.A LLI CBURIAL : : -
::"" of the"power of Democracy to check the n-port severe penalties, to tent. It says: .JACKSOX CUST.Cnopsur ,
S searchable as' much in confusion and associates and (ol f The great the,prices of ma- friends
.' ; 'course'and cure the eviU of Republican be the companions For the Union under its present management terial rise.n which farmer are com CASES
'. ; are as carelessly and irresponsibly jnan- themselves. their:families and childrenin ,we will say that it has exhibited aOI such newspaperpublishing hea\iy of their cotton shedding, : ,
suffered for longtime
roaladm nistratlon. a
'more i clep.ndence'recently and ba but rain of last Sunday WOOD COFFINS
have been alleged to be the hotels railroad : suppose
,t aged schools colleges, cars, iu Germany appears to full ,with
The facts as recently developedscarcely btoader'comprehension of 'Ihe'neetls of which was general will check this evil,
matters in charge ot the School Boar steamboats theatres and even in the crushing effect on the .
press lcordmgto .
and their will again brighten.On
;".. bear out the claims that are the State than, any other journal of,its prospects
S :, ... i-t*tup for Democratic financial ability The published announcement that Al- resting-place of the dead," and thus class in Florida, and we cannot help] official, statistics''have ceased,' thirty-six,to exist GermannewtplIers since account of ,the long drouth cotton
derman Denny will,'at the next meetingof making necessary av white man's feeling that it would,have ,been better took the rust and but few fields, have
S, a.ndpurityv Southern, State In the April 1. and since January abut two ,this destructive ,disease or'insect -
; the Council, introduce an ordinan ." for the State there been more Sawyers I escaped ;
decade preceding the census of 1870 ; palty -V hundretl.Glrmntwspaprs: c V The caterpillars are huts
in' .charge news general
5 regulating the'dutiell' the Clerk, is :a of lepublhan in other
7th. "That htd '
therecogn'iiion of Cuban heard of
; fcccunmlatcd so large a State debt In far, have not IhO crop '
BO papers. countriesbave their existence! 'CASK.E'TS'.
indication D'l'l) has 'caused given,up iROS'

: the
hopeful! 'dry
general extent
Independence' istdemanded ''by'nvery of is the inj red to any great -
: short a time as did Virginia that prided This i course,J Coscrative' -SarannahNew .
,discussion, which' have weather,and' shedding having attracted MARBL FRONT BLOCK NEARLY
l'' Itself so serenely on its ,much vaunted culminated l in certain conclusions that consideration of justiceand ,right, and' view. The Secretary f the Emigration so much attention the caterpilr has V OPKS1TE.OLp STAND:

: -"white-man11* government.The' debt ; notwithstanding that every:effort of the 'I it could give any assurance against Board ,states that Jh steamers leaving been lost, sight of. ha commenced ,Bay Street, Jab .., *.

: of Virginia. as we gather from the Ala"I' are met with very general approval.It Republicans in Congress to procure.its a sudden change' mind in case'of another New Yprk for Europe, August 25th, and, ,the laborers seem fully V WASGATE.. .
the buslriess"matters
Lama, State journal, i iu 1860 was''S3,. is conceded that recognition,has been completely foiled failuro, like that of' Halo's,'O to carry a large number of emigrants alive to the importance of gathering as
bo'conducted returning Courier.
of the city should with at .
'"I' S 005,169; In 1870 H swelK-d to $4512- by the obstinate opposition the Democratic obtain that balance, .duc," the Union home.. rapidly possible.-Jlarnna .
least as much diligencendconorny as Umas'and parasols toSs had at BuckYs.BROCX'S
S 000, fcLowing an Increase of f 12.C06.841 other party* yet the necessity of oo- ,could'well command :Conservative sup- The Prefects of in the -

_ ; In ten years. those of a, merchant, banker or taining the Cuban vote in Florida for purt;, but editors ,who placard ,themselves South of Franco Department\ JACKSONVILLE :
business man, and that as full and perfect THE _
r't : LINE
Ii 18GO our party constrains us, as Democrats, in the'market".and
the debt of Tennessee, was as, not pub instructions to'use every effortVto prevent -

S I1G.643.C07% ; In 1870 it rose U:f32,6C6- records should. be preserved of alltransactions. to take: ,the position that_ o'conlider. lish- references- of former-good character ,- the sale of arms,to,the CarlisLs., SALES AND LIVERY V OF
it is
.. In order to this .
; 000, thus giving an Increase$15,918- that the Republican party has been Derelict are .c mighty uncertain." Wo rather The Spanish'Government has issued RIVER STEAME'RS.UMM.R

1 r : 373,to which: Is to be added several millions patent that a which regular system, of accounts bookkeeping in its duty, '(having' been In charge like the course of the 'Union, and if,with an order directing the Spanish.Federal- STA, B L E ',S, ,'

: 'received from the sale of its Railroad by ,acca rate of the government: for the last twelve its extensive and powerful support of ist refugees'in,'this country to report at C. B. McCLENNY- ,: .F&oramn-roa. .', :CHED ULE.

_ :: bonds. can bo kept with,each department; of the years,) in not recognizing and render Republican 'principles, it V V
Evidently wi'conUnue aid; after MONDAY, *j&.th.-
S The dclt if Georgia In 1860 was $2,. city government, I is indispensable. ing material flii if necessary to,the Cuban its gratuitous advertisement of the New Conscription V S Is'being enforced V V Notice b given to the public that I have purchased ON n of this line will ARIL Wharf daily
too, a substantial book, in which trough the well-known HARTR1DGE STA BUS,oppositethe (Sundays excepted,at S .M..5rPALATKA
85',100; 'In' 1870 it had increased to patriots, struggling for liberty. and South, and persist in filling jts columns out Spain without opposition. METROPOLITAN HOTEL and have on hand a o.d '
i all the ordinances, of the city government '
I 1. I, $6,014,600, being addition. of$3.659- shall be recorded in full with Independence. with.malignant"and bitter, abusaof one PostmasterGcneraljewdll. arrived at VERY LARGE STOCK OK V ;

I "I 750. full and convenient index for.reference,: 8th. While, asa party, we have with after another of 9U fellow-citizens, like Washington, August 25th, and repaired and biea landings and r same day.
The: .Repabl 'CAn.State.'of whose misgovernment I uniform eft'ort'an 'consistency opposed the following choice complimentary allusion to Post-Office Department,where he HORSES. MULES FOR:SALE. Through SteIneT5r
I""Is 'another necessity, so from year .
so much complaint has every effort of Republican party to ',to one'of our worthy remained few hours. Mr. will -
to year th act1Obbf the city authoritiescan eJergmen" a Jewel desiring to purchase will find it to their advan ENTERPRISEand
-- S been 'made, :do, nut seem to'suffer in ', should encourage immigration'and develop the R v. r..Moore, we,are I be sworn, in,,and .assume the ,duties of b Toe examine this unusually large and attractive
S be traced. There also hb a Tuesday
_ comparison with the above whosehappy ; of the State and have done Mr. ; uk adapted to all uses. tnt 1o wUl.a abo' 0
ot health record. in which the'sanit ry"con- resources\ If the "standard or Citea'I his office about September 1st. ,am also receivingA a rb a S
: condition under Democratic rule our best to decry the State, its govern.. proficiency in lying. Rev. The the elections which S uaT StJ dWL
diLlon of,the and the deaths withinIts folowlng'are COMPLETE OUTFIT OF ..requested to send h&b down
city themselvesthat
; /: o jnuch has been said. meat its credit, ,'and: its conditIon,; lest cusers ,may congratulate are next month: 'Vermont, Sp.
noted. Full
limits regularly t ae
can > .
it. ,As
they hardly to to J. Aie
- I In 1850 the debt of Louisiana was records of the ,doings of the Mayor's too much, credit might 'be given'to its that individual"ar lf'if up he, had half September.State and: Congressional; BUGGIES. .JHAETONS .AND 4-t. V BROK. -.

S $10,701,642, $to1870Uwas$ $ 25,021,000 Court. the;, fines!, penalties and costs Republican,! government_ \ still, under umuchselt: bms; 'as he, has egotismand California,September, 2,Congressional OTHER CARRIAGES Buclty sells the best white,vats.Q .

having Increased $14,319,358. there Incurred, secured.: Al! present circumstances, it may be well vanity ,he would long since have Maine, September .14, State and Con- V Of the latest styles, -
; The debt of.South: Carolina in 1860 bi11s'agalnst'the'city should' .be'properly ignore all that and to Insist "that'll retired from'a position in which he has gresioal. S : L
JS ubstantIatedby oath and deposited with been oe neither useful O'L'XVERY: SERY'CE KEN
proved to F; ,
was $6,192,743 which In is the of the of this Stateto aoror of .
1870 policy people the drift
rose to officer Inspection of! conclusions
subject bo 'The"olowIng"ls ;
tome namental.without waiting ,to 'Mre ,., BAT mxrr,JAOCSOKTILU FLI&
.$7,665,990 having Increased by $1,473.,. city officials and,tax-payers, as a proper encourage capital to enter the State out at,the demand of the outg people of tho Report of the Beecher- V, WbhhWfl1bCfUIU5hId V V S Dress

:U5.. guard against ove -charge, and waste, from abroad, to ,develop ,the resources ot the county, Tilton Committee., ,The report will consists SHORTEST' kinds.Dealer,In Mil Fancy on.hand and the Iate G.a

:__ ffr1r; In 1860 the debt of Alabama was $5- and the,j&hould mode be, time recorded...and means. And, of for payment all- of every part thereof, and especially to h But tho Union Is at perfect liberty to of two part, one.a rc tme.and review AT. THE N T C Ke HAT AND, ,'uIMlrG5

_J ; S ,098,000, and In 1870, it had become these purposes,. the, city! should have, build rallroadsttirough- South and West take its own conservative course.or any of the evidence, and the AND ON THE Abo.Ditss" Good*;:a fine- assortment at

_ $5,382,000 giving, in Urn, In- like merchant .office at; Florida." V the committee., The ankle
years an a an open regular other It wi be conservative' .if'it; an;. finding V MOST REASONABLE TERMS. KID,CLOVES
.crcaso of $284,000. hours where under the constant 9th "That in the glorious deliverance dictate th Cun.serati'\.e nominations! isvnot supported .by'eTideace. V

I__i ; S Ol J our own State It' Is entirely safe lo, charge.of for that purpose an.oflicial., all papers detailed,-bl11s..c1ocu.specially which the States of.Virginia; ,. North otherwise, It wit return to ,the fold as Tilton's allegations of hIs nnchastity are M>.C.M.BR1TTAIN'U my authorised Agent and Very CHEAP V }- also,a ftiU,,'assortment o

..t S M' that The' Increase of her'debt' in the ments and records of the city' may be Carolina, Missouri{ Kentucky, Ten- long as the printing holds out disproved by",the evidence' of Bessie Slanagerandwillaiwaysbe all business (oundsitheStabiesreadyto to the establish V ,WHITE GOODS.

i S S decade ucceedingl860 was' Jss than carefully preserved and under proper nesee, Georgia, Texas and Arkansas Our'rcaler well' l ourselves, are Turner, and Mrs Tilton's accusations atn. t apprlD, c .McCLENNY.Sffttmltr Have jual rocdTcd a fi
- : S 'half million of dollars.. Thus,asjp the, restrictions, opened to all proper inspec have lately obtained from Radical rule, disgusted with local newspaper quarrels, against Tjlton of brutality and unfaithfulness \ *6. > : HAT UNXNS, CRINADIN1S nUC

-mutter of alleged immoderate ,taxation tion. there is the and attacked : sustained by the COUNTY AND AND CHA11HS
Such seems to he the general conviction everything to encourage unless ,pointedly ,, we are are apparently STATE; C.IT JAPANESE .

_ : t 'wo find that tbo South, as n whole,:-has ''with the belief that the,City Clerkor people of ;Florida' with, 'like] ,success, If done', It them, and wil' endeavor:tfind review of the commite. The com -V SCRIP : ,Tw baalcrk-.
; Buffered immeasurably\ from false and Register should bo placed In charge they will only, put forth the proper ef in the' leading, locl and. general mittee.. In brief, contrasting; the chara.' .* ., '-' *,

I \S .t-xnggerated: reports, that were, orlgioa.led -, of the records'therefor:and papers and: all r and hope,held that responsible forts.1." ,'/Then'with ordinary luck and interests-of' 'this" new State, of the" whole" ters-ofthe f,, 'accuser, -ant the'. seused.find'. tJa\ :i s4vmc BANK.' "" V','.___ ,5' FOIIcdeu Uw, ,'call at'Bucky'_
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S ;lur( partisan political advantage, the blessings of God our colored fellow and of the Republican all Mr. Beecher not of WOOD BlC( *
Home such scope and character will be country par V colored at WOOD&BICK-. EMBRANT PICJF a .
S jiud! have been diligently cursed and clten to.Mr. JJeniiy1. ordinance.. citizens may be as anxious to flee from requisite topics ot thought and efor. preferred against. him. '. PICE cpe,a R I.E'3 GLEY. ,
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;i, CITY NEWS. '1 Citts''were white wa Lcd ig tlioscconil "Funeralof:'Mr;:Clark;. .? -Thecelebrnted steam yacht Islander, .S :".." ._, _. ._ _:" ';; ---,., t TT' -'., _. ., FURNITURE, -
inning. Lees ditto. -SJo ... 7.- -- '. "'4 _- -_-_-" _- '
, Al1at was of earth of Mrs. with a second -jamesGoedonBennett -
earthy -
The third inning was'so much like ':;' i T'1 8 '- S '

,< AnauAM: IMS, AUGUST 29, 1874. Ole second that neither side thought it Henry Clark, was-deposited In Its 'last ,jr., shaded wi h a' yellow jbottoV urn- ,"' :-- i--t- ,. rF QRNITURE"' "WAREROOMS"
I, ." 1 "
worth-Whiltto ay.anything about rone. resting placeles rd .afternoon. The brella, as lion, went"to the rescue of '

t BAE, BALL I So far'a'beautiful game; three 'innings funeral services took place in thA Catholic the,;burning thIp"Mondayt'rwdschcners :* S ..r .' JIt r' < ,
and scored : r 1-p ..
played only four/uos -2 to 2, 4 )
. THE B E. LEES t*.BOTH GARDEN SIDES Cmrs TUB-' The spectators were, naturally, enth'usiastic -. .. Church from 11 :, M. to 1 p. M.amid ? have recetlyecle&Tedfrom ; CASH RETAIL PRICE CURRQTK / DAVIS.& DREW.
CLOSE PLATISG and showed their approbation the impressing ceremonies of the church. this with a total of headof .. : .
OKE RUN SconE' 14 ,port, Fresh Goe.hCD Butter,per K.v -... _3 Jc. :: ; "I
LEE WI\'UY the sharp play by loud applause. < The building was crowded to its utmost S
Cor- .
bound '
aboard '
wl3. Nassau. Cheese__ _'_'_-_ __ r_,:_ ,: ; ." ; S
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and friendly con- In tho fourth inning, the Garden Citys with friends of the deceased of all de Howell & hIaddoc'fuI4eftheattle l 4 .- : [' I I'j '. .. ."f.. .." ,; :' .
The manly sports added one run to their score. The Lees .rdaMi, Bcr-. _. II .
nomiritionsvhl sadly mourned the : PARLOR CHAMB; RySU.TS.
claimed -
of 3"oung men have ever saw their one and went one better. shipped. 'SUIT.
ti'sts deceased. Mrs. RlaOffCC,341bltiaicazi b- __ -11.00 S T,---. ',- t
Clark ; '- f
thara of interest in every age Score to 5, and a lead'6ccurc for the was a trueCbris1tia -Ready references of the"fitness to t .. '. -

a large cvcr'lmd since the world was first first time since the opening of the game.If woman,, full of love for, .the .pool edit religious.journals and good mocbaracterlgtTed ; Coffee,3 lbs b................... zoo \!? *.. t :.I- .; '. t' r-{ 1

:and.lunged inUi fl)ce and hung by the interest our boys taken had in them any' doubts by the about cit.izens.the and filled,,with' charity! for .all who deserved 'on application'by l any .I Jan Coffee..i3 lIb. b -.It., .'-_"; T.: : 1.00 --- MOSQUITO* TBARS &FIXTIJRF.S.S ,' .
L 4 '-* f 5'
s ---Ss--- t-i-- '
The of it. The services weN performedby in Layer Raisins,s Ibs for..._ .._..... too 3
1 iws of gravitation. youth our 1 I. the applause which greeted them when revererd gentleman Maine-and by : ? .n --5ta j_,;; ,; :;.4

State, though reared in a clime the leading run was made must have Eev. Father Dufau, of this city, and Mr. Hale. Macaroni,per.....-......_-__.__..._'aoc ,".. .",. '. .,' .' Hfii-
own assured them of their mistake. the sermon was delivered Rev.Father -5' '
furnished an excuso for: by -The schooner Harry White 'Vennlcella IVTMr, 'a
Hopkins ,
,nat has long per T-rT -umim- soc DAVIS & lRE\V 9'Parlor
I The fifth inning opened with all hinds Patrick, of Savannah, EIght pall bearers ,
imlolcnco and lethargy, engage in outdoor wondering if the lead would be held, if !: master. ,arrived ,on Thursday last, .Tapioca,per Ib......_.__ 150 'FIAOORGANS.-VIANOS' .Chamber

games with a zest and pirit that it would ,be increased., The inning's were in, attendance; namely, Dr.;E having been'but'is hours" from New "Sugar. ;'ur!; Sholudefs/per/ to' '_,4.L';' laic. Suit. 'ce o' ChamberSuits. Suits.

should deprive the unjust charge Of en- result soon settled the 'matter. Tallahassee T. Sabal, Geo. 3sl' Wilson/C. Drew J; ,York., This. is one of the'quickest trips Having associated myself with'the brxest ,Music SAY AND LAURA STREETS* buto.

: land daliu added two rune, ''Jacksonville II. II. Bours, F. Canepa"Wm..Baya, A. record: "" Young Hyson Tea,per lb--_......_ ;j j RooM in the South I am now prepared to sell at unus P' Chaabet.
our glorious on TLSuits.
against : .
nation only the gameeven again, score, Doggett d J. Daniels., The:coffin,, Ootoq Tea,per-Ib-- ..'...". .'_.J.730' -low prices lot cash O by small monthly payment] Suy' ,4CXI1IL. t" V

1ower. 7 to oncl. splendid struggle so far. and -"Thefollowing is a d'Knabc,, Haeu. & Davis C.Ha& Bros.,. .
The friendly gamo of base baU played marked wiih the friendliest feeling- plain handsome, was mounted with 'It proposed con- Imperial Ta.per Ib.......i .....-. ....i.oo merD and the *; also. .' a ..'
Thursday afternoon at Both pitchets were doing(men's 'vorkand beautiful wreaths. 'A large .concourse stitutional amendment: shall Gun Powder Tea,per Ib_"__--.i.oo )lu&Hamtin and'.Ploubet.. Pclton Co. ( T
n last be unlawful for his Call and what I
man to
of accompanieiUho to any 'part Elet r ee see c EXAMINE: OURfLARGE
it well Shine's to people body the o CK
doing throwing
the Garden Citys of ; A No. Ib..__._.._
between the bases being particularly name,or hair in the. middle t ,,and no person Oolong t,per i.oo fer Inthe way o superior Instruments and low p S.4 .1.'--' : .a"
';'afla1iaee, and the 1st nine of the fl.i And now sixth inning, tho gam'echanged grave. -_ -_ who so.offends shall)be eligible to Sea Foam,per S a <_.-, <>tattta'300 7.:13 '. J.H.oHU.A -. . ,- 4-ti- _,

]J: Lee Club of this city. was the most loose fielding on the part of DiaIis.EditorKcw8outhSir. of honor,' trust, or profit, Pine Apples cans for.- ___i.oo CARD. ...t. '. -<.vt ;. ,
which Ins.aroused this tho Lees and some good the -S .. ,' : ,% '<
event batting by .
pleasing *. Permit me 'j'ace', color, 'sex, or previous conditionto Peas'4 cans for. ..........,?.._, .' '_.-..__ .....t.oo<. i J "*. '; ." 101 .. 101' {." t..' <-.
It Garden.Citys were the means of giving -- ; ---- ." NOTICE a.- .! .
oimuun jty during the summer. was the latter an addition of six runs. And to call the 'attention of the Street Sape'rvisors the contrary notwithstanding, nevertheless Jib Tomatoes,4 cans for.____..Mixxa .." f : ,101 10 .i .: lot7'. .'?,t' :

'.1fil'Jjt game of a sirios of three for that was the time when the spectatorsfelt or Commissioners to the gradingof h wcve'.'','?2. .:T' To o Eachani Publishers,and Printers,.all. 101.- St. 101 > ....-
and Green Corn,4 cans' fbr....._._...>MMs,oo 101 B 101 }', '
IIKI rhampionship of the State, was badly, those who were in favor of Bay 'and Pine streets, near their intersection rIJenry)?. Holland, of: this city, was .', 101 : '' lL.. 101 ,-. .
interesting and care- the Lees we mean. The Tallabasce And all other goods In tbe store of ItlL. .10. ,. :
Mtrclore deeply and urge the necessity ,of presented yesterday with one of the ", THE ANSON HARDY 101 .. -
created inter- delegation and their friends felt good. B' 101 . 1"1 -'
and a deep JOHN ROCHE.fARPETS :
off the '
4ullvpla3oil Otis was heard to remark the game is improved' sewerage to carry < handsomest 'saddle blankets, .we ever ,. Latest Improved 101 .. .. 101 .
all over the .State. The Garden floods 'Water which inundate 101 Ml
si won. Cause ,why Well the cause of now saw. It was beautifully corded and tot 101 .

< it". ,, with thdr Mends and others all why was that the Lees are made of ,bet certain buildings on the Bay whenever I embroidered by a lady.. The PAPER, AND CARD CU'ER.I 101 101 .
1. & M. Railroad to the ter metal than even their best friends i young 010101010&D 0101010101 S
atong the J. a heavy rain occurs. On Tuesdaywehad' worked portion is splendid. Henry ",101ooo54'koo.olx..nno"c..o10IlOlonDavas&DazwoolOl': (
hundred arrivedy have supposed. Here; at the most crit- have tha manufacture and sale of ,

number of about two cal point ia the game, they showed their a heavy shower:. the water, rushecia may now well beproud' of his horse .. Machines;ru which my name has been s long te Ieotfed lOlOlooooooooooooooooooooolOl ,

1) train oq Wednesday, evening grit. Hardly man on the ground, with torrents down Pinostreef. and .down and equipments. He can appreciate : / ,and so extensively circulated for the past MeD 101 101 loioooa lOtoooouuuooooooooooecolOl FmcrrvH oooolOl -. ,!

iibotit 8 o'clock. They were received the exception of the ninethought victory Bay street, seeking of course.tho.1 west sdch things. I RENOVATED AND years;I and alt Mtckitut iff ,..y.maaitaaarsadlhervafier 101 lOlooo WAJtKMOCS ooolOt10)000000000X0000000000101- -' .-

from the R. E. Lee club But the ladies, they knew the V>, AMD. RE-LAID. ; I, marked ikamm in my tiluttrattd s )
committee possible. which be lie '
Ita point proved to t.ymau'a ItlOlOlOlO D 8t 0101010101 r
Md to look Uk. new, Alsaj '
think r
Lees were going to beat all the/time "Papa,1" do 'you Beech-1. tutor,.wM*tf umt anitaJJreu in 1M cartiarr.. 101 tot 101' i .
National.The "
; the Grand "
escorted to
.. 111 taurant, and which soon had two, ree'tof UPHOLSTERING' ," tot 101 \K ,
IroiwFnune PAPER
Cause why ? Joe Burroughs tola "Hush, Johnnie." "But papa, don't My latest Improved CUTTER. *
Union Brass Band was also on band them How does the stand ?" wafer on tho floor ''Cannot something with patent oinlnj board,two all-cteel tern 101 101 101 101
so. game think'B'ech .'' "Don't hear of all kinds done In the best IYea11 101 101 101 ioi *;
and oflcreJ a pleasing and harmonious '4 Tallahassee six ahead." 0 Lord !P be done to remove this annoy you you manner.IL' SHERMAN pered knives and squaring bd, stilt hold its position ;, 101 101 101 101 ,,

elrome. About fifty registered at the.ational The Lee captain called bis men together ance? The owner of the 'property me tell you to stop your: noise sir ? Iwon't Cbr. Laura and Church streets,Jacksonville,Fla. a the FAVORITE P.U Cr"A3OIGhui- :101 101 101 '.....101 .ioi 101,;

and told them substantially, that it rested haVo: 'you talking about these IBS.and the best machine in te mket t 1 101 101
>. and thirty-five or forty at the to do and 7Orders left with Fu.chgott. Benedict &Co.,or
with them to win if they would believe seems nothing care nothing thing.Go i in and get your,face washed. with R. P. Moody will receive prompt-attention. price charged for it.: 101 201'
Metropolitan. while others of the \ isitrs about the matt Is it not the Your orders are respectfully solicited. S-ia '*. 101 10'
they could win ; that
,, wore uultciud through the city, atJidiflghwHses in and punish the pitching, field carefully of the .city authorities to see that the< Trunks and valises Bucky's.' the MOT DESIRABLE C CVTTSX in the :1 :
tell him
: an(l with friends.' and never let up for a minute. "Now wants to know why papaVon't mke.for. the cner uses ofaptiniizijofficeZi ( '
evil is a to? By making -
will do it? ., We will." Good !! put slop whether beech nuts are ripe.-Ky. Ex. '
Frw tbc moment of their arrival, you _ll."t Ku flr* Card Cutttr, with,my: t ; fr
drains the water be carried
of They meant it. TheTallahassee boys proper' can -.o latest improvements. Is still.preferred by many print THE FINEST AND BEST SELECTEDINTHESOUTH. -
the chief subject cotcrhation. '
lusc ball wa- were impressed that, they were going off as fast as haccuinulates.? It is tot ets. and Ids Its favoritism over other machines.For .
Sedate and quiet men would shared ,
\ home victors; the spectators bad that'pi'rsons'who'are paying exorbitant ,J sixes and price see illustrated circulars. .
bake their lieafo and fcinile sadly at the their belief, but the Lee nine, headed by {To l rs. M... B.L. :
rents should be annoyed in tin; WATCHMAKER AND Shipped direct to any part orh.c. <. .
hnithebory '
!110)ish enthusiasm, l bat when tho game a plucky, good-natured captain,. were HONESTY. Fair lady, minstrel.of the heart. ,, .. ;. S :
determined to win from the start, and manner. With regal,' income ..y.- ,\ T' *1 JL jt! \q "- JEWELER, RICH. PLAIN. ClanUrSuit
culled were there. And had I aFireman's .S Orders and be filled by return
they can Puor.
was .
at no time: in the game or before it, And fairy fingers that Impart .' Corner Pine and Bay Su., .I sited. m *

,litrefl' enough conveyances in townit were they more determined to bear the Excursion. : The power of magic lay I.. .". r': ... ., .ddri, Parr -and .Cm
The excursion of the Phoenix Hos : :JACKSONVILLE; '.'" : ANSON HARDY, Sutsh S.
ss douKI-ul if any one would have laurels than when the Garden City nine "Tit tb'ne with tcnder'notts to stir "/ ;': 'SUBSTANTIALFURNITURE. < Cb

lii-en, left at home to get supper. led them six runs, and the game nearly Company, lernandina',will take place The heart's most secret spring :r -: :- 7 ajeotem 'Auburndale.! Mass.ANTED. .: Parlor Suits. Suts.

the air ended. They'went to the bat and'made on Wednesday; the 2d of September. And be its soft interpreter '.' t" \c Suit*.. Ob
il} glorious .
The ;) was simply ; Sixth ended. Score : New Jewelry, Clocks, Watches -
two runs. inning v
And all iu
Iud l the sun bright and The party will go by rail. The follow- yearnings slog .' 'V V A lady ef yean*experience '
Diamonds Plated
\.tHII l bracing and se
11 to7. Tallahassee four ahead. ; { : "- es, in Machine the usual & : French :
|iU.a aiit. A rare pleasure in itself was And how did the boys begin to answer ing is the programme lor Ihnrsday, at This thine to touch wi Ji magic hands j Solid"Gold'and Silyer and Music wishes a situation a 1h Teacher in a school ,: ',

the ride oui over tLc smooth shell road, her carains appeal ? Why they Chicagoedthe : Fernandina, as published by the Uni n: And The waft keys the of soul sweet to delight.fairy lands, / t.,.. .'. Ware, etc. or Add1J private family. Reference H.given L,if rr.Ho. .We'are< prepared to offer our stock: at .

boys fiomlhe capital l and increased their On Thursday morning parade of 7-35-31 Brwick Co. a :""*"
ilmuiglj J.e town, over the streams, up In heavenly regions brtght remarkably Io'prke's':0 _
: own score Py adding a modest three. $eventh ,
tbo company; in, full uniform, with their 0 _.. ._- .-- ''J *
he hills and passing the toll-gate, you inning ended, and the score II to 10, Garden handsome hose carnage, will t'ike place. A power divine belongs to theeTopleaseandmcltthcheart DIAMONDS, PEARLS. AND {IPRE- OF SEHEDULE. .

ynttI i' a long straight stretch of 5iuoothioaJ City ahead. Lee stock took a rise just t Those who wish, (and who will not) can ) '. CIOUS STONES SET IN CHANG .. ,

tunning through broad lands then,and when the boys from Leon county secure their phaetons and carriages, and] And Lid. wilt potent melody, *"\ [::1J"; J.. 1!.!_. 'I J /". r,:FINE. GOLD., .5'- 5' -. :- 'sc, T
were retired for one run and our boys increased AH iis'rudeam dcp it; -- The steamer.City Point'havil ben .dW'r 5 : > : ;
-i-lothet! in the rrtencst of grass nnl'wanng their four well'earned take a drive upon the magnificent Ameliibeach / .
{ score by tucking on Sume
'f ,'J.:' .f-J. : 'f rrs. DAVIS &
; fully eibteen'mile" long,"'and In silent joy my'iI once fed ; "DREJV,
flowers that bended i kt the aromatic runs taking the lead, it jumped. Eighth in. Initial Letters, 'JltJlI.gra11ls, and ..
said be finest the Atlantic coast Upon thy numbers sweet .,' ', "
the ;
ended to 12 Lees in the done in
ning score 14 van. r Fancy Engraving
lueze that murmured through ; Their charm though wear months hare Sed,
bal ,
South. In tbe''cvcning,' a grand : .
Into the ninth went the Garden City boys t : an. artisticmanner., .' ,' DEALERS IX
the rebhious pirns) that gratefully with a now or never air. Unfortunately lot will be given at Lyceum Hall, where Still holds my heart complete. ' CArrAisLEO VOGEL. / J. .
r. t ,. rf' '
flocked the train win I : JViU/until further notice.,leave CHARLESTON. _.. .
out and made. DeLeon picked city will be met. 'The return ". ner *
were one run ; Chioth1 AVHITBP1NE WALNUT
I Dlsp.rserof our
their tops) \\eiH bathed in living sun woe. : > ;, H ':u Standard; time by 7 -MATTRESSES ; -
up the bat and faced the pitcher. Two men leave next morning at 5.80 a. m. They ToiheeismagicpowagIv.ii _. evening every n and CEDAR LUMBER,etc.

I. shine. Tin- lioof-bculs. oi the horses, were on bases and 4t wa- a time to try have put down the fare for the roundtrip To cheer us here below,I ter rated by transit : ", NESDAY,Gr.Florida,arriving. JACKSONVILL:

the tumbling\ of the carriages, the rippling souls. The spectators held their breath and lnciudingthe ball, at only three J..WILLIS: MEMAKD. | ,. T' observations.. eeryTrItTRSDAY.RET'lJ'RN, j JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .'. '. .

laughter. I he jojons fchout, the waited. If there was a man in the Garden dollars. S ]Jacksonville,.Aug: a5. 114' j / f j f _t' -' '- '
nine to them out of the dark, De- -
City bring
4 r.N G
lining "Hlglnll the bright, joyous ',' .. : Swi &muslin and white goods oTaU kinds .t Ducky's..
Leon was thai man. He struck hard and Duvals vs.' Grasshoppers.The 'ACKKT FUN THM CKLnKATKO BoBU.AND

laces: of IIcmtifull:1t1ies gave tone and well. The ball went ballooning toward the TO RENT ( ,CocEVOtsii .WATCH, Will leave PALATKA' THURSDAr
match ball between .every
gameofbase For the summer. A large (fumthe! room on BJstreet. evig. -
Treasure and right field. A yell of joy rose with the ball. ::;;.
lifu to the )pasting scene. the'Duvuls ofJacksonuiileand Grass- Apply at the office of and JACKSONIL every FRIDAY morning t FOR SALE OR KENT-CITY .
That was a heavy hit and was started with THE Naw SOUTH.
kimlly cling ruled the hour. Xft event 4- 5tr suit the tide. FERNANDINA arriving 1 ID
the best of intentions. Alas for human plans! hoppers, of Tallahassee, came off Thra- -

has helped so much to break down tUfancied Right under that ball when it sought the day morning on the grounds of the R. ICE CREAM .* R O, 'R0. :' ", GALA '- SAVANNAH and CHARLESTON in time to OR SALE. .

erected the late earth was one Murray, and it sought the earth | "' F .
IJarr l'rs by called That all acknowledge to be superior to any ever to b< 1': >
E. Lees. The at 19
game 1AND
and In vain. It was clutched and held. Tallahassee bad in this city previously 1 js to be obtained'at' the ". < OTHER .' S Ten acyesolandoistbe Kings Road only two
Coolness of inpatliy fiitndshipbelw o'clock }rr Geo. If. DcLcon of the .. '; / STEAMERS. I t ti
out for their' last inning, and Jacksonville Temperance Reading Roo'at La Faverit* -\ '. macs from,Jacksonville. This land b ..t.

et n (lie Slates. Air. were ait a dis- one run ahead. Well done, Lees! Garden Citys, acting as Umpire 'The RENT'.J; PLACES ON THE OCKLAWAHA. ,. t RIVER : r AGENTS .> S'ADMIRABLY ADAPTED TO ThEe
; : :
with What noise! Fifteen hundred mouths '
I count. The elegant pliocton filled a the FOR

beauty and gallantry followed opened and fifteen hundred voices rent the Duvals won the,' choice' .and sent A furnished room, ccrkauy. : located."ReotfJoir'. '' I: <-*,&\AND. ADJACENT tr COUNTRY.I ; RAVEEL&'CO..Chariestou i CULTURE OF SUGAR CANE AND
grace the bat. The' game -- -
air. Committee-men rushed about frantically Grasshoppers to Apply at this office. BRAINARD FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. :

the vmnllius with its parti-colored trying to subdue the hul>-bub. Il was use was exciting throughout, and at the end &ROBRTON.snh. < '
JEFFREYS.BRO.:& SON.FemandinaJEFFREYS and U beautiful located for BUILDING LOTS. F a
freight or rolled cuntentedly by the less. Men women and children had deter FOUNTAINIn THE :
of the game the scores stood as follows;: HAT SODA price and terms apply to "_ S
side of a mul 'pr"pclle.l elray filled with mined to yell themselves hoarse and they did the. La Favtrtia cigar store is admired by all., &BRO..JacksonviEi. S B. N.W BSTJR& 14
it. When quiet was restored the Lees went Duvals. /--OUt8. Runs ( ,1 i i f 6-ttf' _STEAMER ,. .A *,-' .R. J..ADAMS, at Walk kID,
Jocl'chlnJ: lawyers and boot.blacks.TilE to the bats were whitewashed, and the first T. Molt, C., ;. "1 6' ,/! : i I _> 5- #OCKf4\'VfA Paluka or by letter.,care A.W AUACa. Florida.: '

START game of the senes for tbe championship was II. Blsbee, 1st B., 3 5II. BUY YOURSELF A HOME. CPt. THROUGH .TCKETS' AND. BILLS OF LD 2 Jacksonville

(row the city by ihc clubs wag made won by the Lee club. Hernandez, 3d B., 2 9 A VILLA-SITS on St.John'i river Is o'ered for sal!*. WIL '' JACKSONVILLE 5-a3tf .

The following is the score: II. Simons,,P., 4 4, One of the most desirable places to the vicinity of Jacksonville Latest ity'e straw and silk hats at Buck'..., '

about 2:30: r. M. from the Phoenix Hose S. Bisbec, S.S., 1 6 containing as acres-about 8 acres ready for EVERY THURSDAY :MORNING,, ORRIS .A. DZIALYNSKI, '
bouse. The red omnibus drawn GARDEN CITVS. R. E. LEE. '1) P.J/i 5 4' For the counting-room / M :
large 0.1t. 0: .. J. C entre" planting. particulars apply at OR SALE.

ty four fpiiited hoise*, contained the A. Mundee S.S. a 3 Acosta. lid B. a 3 A. Prevatt, L. F., 3 5 of THE NEW SOUTH. 45tf AT 8 O'CLOCK. F .

i'amon, lit B. a a S. G. Whitney. P. C. Whistler C. F.. 0 7' AUCTIONEER BY A. J ROSS. .
Garden Citys, who were preceded by Vel.eon1 C 4 1 SaaYcdra. L. F. 4 2RIs CIGARS1 GEO-R. FOSTER Agent .
I L. F. a Scott nt 13. 0 3C. C. Crawford,2d B., 2' 4 of manufacture AND' In this city.neighborhood tint-class, oa north std of
the Union brass band. Then came the Muodee. 3d B 3 J Murray. It. F., 4 0Dowel. Imported, domestic' and their own. ', "f/u. !'iJa.,Dtttmltr iS 1871. Ashley street between PiM and Laura within one
heel with their banners waving from lid B. 3 ,0' Bamt ;dB.i : : 3 0'bhlne. :'fH, 2ix9i 7"7 can always be had.a better article and at a lower price COMMISSION MERCHANT block of the St.James Hote and ay feet fiva ono of 4
I'. 3 a J.O. "hitney.S S. a a o thaifany other place in the city,'at Gato & Co'*.La CA D..- the best boarding-houses in town,two two-story "
the omni uc. The Lees' banner was Uurl..hcim, C. F. 4. Davis.C. F. 3. Grasshoppers. Outs. Runs. Faverita.. 6-IJtf',. A SISTER FRAME HOUSES

made anI11 presented to the club by Miss DcMiflcy R. F. 4.INNINGS.lioUci C; 3 I. G. Adams C., 2 2 JACKSCHTIU.S;FLA., March 3ist,1574.S .a-An: kinds of merchandise receiv on consign adapted to 'single or double tenement use. without

O. Burroughs P.. 5 0 VICHY AND KISSENGEN. met sold at auction or private se. change or expense. Each having six rooms below,UF- 14
Ball and Miss Lawrence, and bore the CLUBS. I ,* 3 S 6: ''I .9. :.TOTAUS.. J. '-' 3 1 Many on rising ia the morning complain of a head THE SOUTHERN,UFE INSURANCE COMPANY ctudngtwokhchensInLnttschedt0m10.Mfourabove
words Garden __ a' o'e I a '6' it I a 13 Burroughs/1st, entrusted to me lor sate six closet below'and four above with
R. E. LEE Citf Every description goods :
: B. C. in
B. large L. Burkhira 2d B. 4 0 ache or feeling stupid. A glass Vichy or Klssengea I will in a few days appoint a State for o In each in main house. Each house
R. E. Lee. .. a oo a i I 34 0 '4 A will be disposed fire-place room
German text. Many carriages had W. Bull 3d B. 1 2 from"Tufits" Mammoth fountain ia La Favorita cures I o l t daring two front and two back entrances and driveway -
Umpire. Dr. J. D. Palmer of the Island City dub, all such unpleasant sensations:5BUILDERS : 6-lj-if Florida. In the meantime I will conduct its manage- '- on each side,with piazza acres the entire bone.
I gone on in advance of the ballists, but Fernandma. G. Rawls, S. S., 2 2 t BET FIGURE h POIBL extending round the corners twenty feet to the nnnt
line Time of Came,.hours and 35 minute A.-Wells, R.F.iTf / 2-r 2 ment. i doors.also round the entire L. with walk same height
a over a quarter of a milo long Scorer. : K. E. Lee-Hi D. Holland AND CONTRACTORS to the owner, and prompt and,accurate returns made. of piazza running thirty ieet back to the double wood-
H 0 3 A.
N. Blsb directed tome Henry
| All communications ,care '
Garden City-D.C. Wilson. e'J : house feeL -
followed them.AT. Will find a complete assortment oflumber, dressed I ijuo y

Dr. Palmer, umpired the game in a most N..Whistler., 2 1 and undressed, moadIngabIn1a,etc.,'at the Depot L'Egt./Sc/ o t Jacksonville Branch, wifl P LEG .BLQK., A' WELL OF GOOD WATER '
TilE .
GROUNDS.a thorough and impartial manner.. A. gentle. 'fl. .' i Lumber Yard. Orders to 'delivered at landings on I 5.a7.sw3m .J.W ant pump within five feel of L.brick curb,and sink

large stand had been erected for the man I of culture, with,the most i agreeable of ;:_' :"i.S3., :::: ; : the River receive pedal attention.' receive due ateto ': attached with'cemented drain fifty feet to cess pooL

ladies aecompanied by gentlemen, a ways naturally, he has gained a host of friends Address, I' Louis J., BRCSH. \ / J MILLER,. ; L.i COAN, These houses' order are throughout within forty',.,having feet cl' been each other recently incomplete

refreshment stall, band'stand and scats in both clubs. In Short. 3 *Cciii. of painted and repaird. The western'one occupies a
4-s-tf Agencies. :
Supt. VV.fUSTjCE
for the scorers and members of the During the game ,beautiful wreath of -Servicesjat Southern.' Presbyterian OUR ENTERPRISING : OF THE PEACE half lot-the eastern occupying the west half of a fall
lot which b a lawn with poch and. fig
prc@s. Everything desirable for the flowers was sent to the'Lee nine, a gift from church to-morrow. Friends Messrs. Cato t Co.,have seemingly. no HE CENTRAL SALESROOMSAN C AKON trees upon and grape vines,all l under thrifty growth. Also
the Gilbert sisters. the handsomest soda fountainever ; T of .between Market and
omfort of the done the Introducing on north side Forsyth street
press was by A little fun. will immense expense O T 'A .RY P U. B Ie. thirteen
Committee of The as- I ,A happy and genial spirit i wasdisplayed by worry set up in this city. It is admired by everyone and ,: -' Liberty a two-story-aod-n-half rooms him

eembled spectators arrangements.and carrir geg were both sides during.the, and 'nothing .. brains ".foot,".why did ye do so P' the soda from it is pronounced by. .all the, ladies to, be r AUCTION. -AND' GENERAL COMMISION ', .'Office l in SOLARYE'S BLOCK. '. as built a la private 1870 by residence the present having owner sixty and occupied feet frontage by onForsyih
riotous or rowdyish occurred among the the best. J: : HOUSE. : street and fifty two and a halt feet on Adams:
kept without the lines by mounted mar- -A new sewer is being laid in front ; S ::-. Corner BAY and streets distance between s'reets two hundred and ten feet with

shals and police, who performed their spectators. CONCLUSION.' ,of the market, :. 'I' : RECORDh Bay stt.near Laura,.., : large cistern bathroom, pantries closets and wateron
duty in :'METEOROLOGICAL JackoYe.Fa. three floors including a small lot of furniture. All
a quiet firm manner. It .
yet As soon after supper as the spacious dining -A colored 'boy was drowned near 1".l JACIONVILLE.F the above mentioned property being situated oa1ip
Observations taken at A. M i p; M.and o .. st.
may safely be estimated that thousand 7 LUMBER YARD.
a of the National could be cleared, the PUBLIC SALE every SATURDAY.1COR 6 pound.considered as ,
room the shipyard Thursday. Body recov- 'daily,.by the Signal Service U.S.Army.,In this dry. arw DEPT
people ere assembled and the number :
dance commenced.. Both clubs HEALTHY AS ANY PART OF
evening's .', .*M W, .W. Ii '
: increased as the evening wore on. dancing in uniform, presented a gay and ered yesterday. o F' =f fi. Wind. 2. s SALE..f.. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERSWILL having good and tree circulation of air ar .5 g.. Resold tor CASH at a very low figure.a*the owner I fa
will Aug. IKS ? 'E
I THE CLCUS. brilliant spectacle coupled with the handsome -The: steamer Silver Springs to elM
PIDA', desirous of settling up. For particulars apply
The Garden: City Club is composed of dresses4,sparkling eyes, and 'gaiety'of the'la> make ;a trip to'''the: Pelican, Banks: tomorrowat830. 117f. I J i J' | tI G. ? :f- !f JUVERSIDE'UOUSE. FULL ASSORTMENT 0 owner,. A. J:-ROSS. SJacksonville
good looking active and intelligent dies. Many ladies and gentlemen from the. .5 | S I' J I.I' JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ,Fla..JII11
cily were present. During the evening Mr. .; f ?f. t DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER,:, by same party forate or rear,two snuO house
.( young men, a fair representation, in E. Bolles, catcher of the Lees, was presentedwith -E. HolJinger, Esq., now of Tallahassee !- Tues,*s'9 30 04 75 8j NE Fresh 0.83 Cl'dy 'Wel aped for a 5n private resldencor lint' MOULDINGS AND SAWED of four rooms eac i.comer Laura and Church. ectI.
fact of N roof. and the St. Hotel.
Florida's bert. They play with Wed. *V t 30.07 w 80 Fresh 0.00 Clear ;Two stories with near James
a handsome blue boot, from, Mrs. ,' has been paying Jacksonvillea ." i '30.07 80 70 N E Brisk o oo Q'dy cta sleeping rooms i acre ln.43 I t The PINE SHINGLES All the above named property is very desirable for
and their
: Accuracy judgment motions Jlollis Moody, in appreciation of his fine : 1. 'i9 .30.08 75 76 N,E utah '0.09 Clear finest location and pie of property this Northern visitors. 7-41101
\" field and when running bases, are playing. At half past one the Garden Citys visit.: Tbtt.7 7 30.07 79 PS N.E Fresh' .o-oo Clear vicinity. P including about '1,0 Wr fI CHEAP FOR CASH ,AT .
; graceful and indicative of'the muscular for home sat -s ott' mill which has been undergoingrepairswill ". .' .30.05, 8x 49 .NE Fresh 0.00 fair niture. 'IO half cash! _l \, '
Power took their.departure evidently i .. 9 y jt>4 75 6j N E Fresh 0.00 Clear years., ,. THE DEPOT LUMBER VARiivereaiifpeti LncnandduckiuitsBuc&yscfls..
'. which gives them the same vim that fair' had N E Gentle fair '
isfied with their reception, play commence operations Fri.' 8 7 .ao oj 74".11' o oo
: w the ninth inning with which they ruled the day, and that the game had been 0.03 .110, S3 N .K Fresh, o.oo Q'dy For iufl'partlculari addrm ode city and vicinity.

; enter the first. Their suit was a blue honorably played. on Monday next. Barometer corrected for temperatur and elevation. A.'r sTyLES. and at all landings;on the river l rates- All.! 0 '

:; and white plaid shIrt white pants, blue Three cheers for the Stntintfi A. B. C. -No damage was done,to the steamer .- Jac FIhoe lers receive, prompt ado. LUS J.. BRUSH CAR S

:, white and white striped stockings, blue mind club-the R. E. Lees I Silver Springs last Wednesday by being ,MARINE JNTEL1. GENCE. will be kept sold Coring by November the winter sit;the a first Riverside class private Ho 7.lNI March,6.1874 On. and after the' first of NovemberSELECT .

plaid cap, The Lees are too well J.' blown ashore opposite St.Johns bluff. boarding bout X. a .,.w6FOR T'lRST-CLASS FURNISHED I HOUSEFOR

. known here to need description. Their Camp Meeting. ARRIVALS.AND CLEARANCES AT THI PORT O? Ii PRIVATE BOARDcan
" iulti,kindly loaned them the DeSoto's Col., n.fT.(Bayar r returned (roman FlOll D OKAHUMKEE. '
by of the'A. M. E. JACKSONVILLE I.
1he'camp'meeting JADwLLa be had In the family of Colonel.A. M. Jons."Murdoch .
of Lake City redand white extensive,visit at the North and the Virginla HARRIS EUSTIS AND GRIFFIN, "
' wero plaid Church commenced its session about a < AJUUVAtS. House, Fursyth street, between Liberty
:\ rut. blue pants,. red and white etock- SAL'EIThe and S .
Sulphur Springs, yejsterday,
Booth, Bayles. New York. SILVER SPRING, Washington.DAY
and mile and a half trom the opposite : Anna A.
white trimmed with blue. AUf BOARDERS
cap v'.Sl New York, .
-Tke fast and spirited horse-"Long Harry Wbit Hopl, S intending to remove to his prall

AT S T.'M., (. the, river, on ,the King road, under 'owned & Co.. died 78 houn. ZcKeen' Me Nor ,And other I o the. 9c&IawJv.r. j Ion .uerP en Adams Street,near t satisfactorily accommodated "
Charlie Dey ? Keen
by sclt Annie L.
the Play the supervision of Rev. Abram Grant Aue. aS. .. st.james and Grand Natloii4llotcs.SANFORD For further Information I?? / at this office or to
was called, the Garden Cityi at Irom the effects wlchC-no.. AL iONESurcsidencs.'S
yesterday'morning; of :
the bat. evel The attendance Aug..sacb4S. F.Seabu.T.NeY0rk' .
They were retired after mak- last Thursday lngl Island Applytoj.C.Gaazr.1T; .
: log two fast jthg5th&db' fore. "17,* Edwin Janette, Roberts, runs; the Lee playing steadily. thus far has been good.Lost. .- Bahamas. SteamerOKAHUMKEE 7" .
A Militant J. C. Creele,. Fleming & Daniel D. O. ", .
Mayor '
one band catch by Scott at Dea. Wni. Stetson late I. : Rubber and suits at Bucky's. '
: an*base hands UI a 1': ,a4IIAJCcas 'tt 1. '. A.'L.Ri' Master.1p o \mbJer.J.H.Norton C.L. Robinson. .'
being the feature of the In. .' ; a- Jaawtpilfr. F/4. Oda4rr iS. i8rv tf
(the York
i copy o published sch. Rosa
wng. The .1. Epptnpr"dBayles ,
Lees A'f'
*, rcd two runs aUo coming, before to they the bat had, Lost on Wednesday last, on Pine, Jacksonville,Fla.l ,and one of the'neatest .;*.s.. u._ : Will leave JacVsoovflU.every THURSDAY morning MARR _' '- for FWRIDA VIEWS

been treated to the reQuisite 'three outs. between Forsyth1 and Duval-sts., the papers printed at the'South.. Thfn paper 'OATS. : U I QCiUCk.- GEO. R. FOSTER,A A.N. SOLICITOR.OF.PAT. ... .HEADQUARTERS. .

The three hands hair. AND.:: 5 /." '* Fla., :,July.a. 1874-,jjtf.. ..' ,: 8th N.W.Washtngton.DvCi '
L were put out on the fly, pendant to an ear ring, la'doing good service 'developing g the COR Jicle. .' r H ." -

by a forted run and r on a foul respeclively. and .Jn form of three acorns. ,. A liberal of Fiorlda.-.AarjborOMass.) Just reCeived lalle ItoCk prime corti and oats, '-- -- .1 Patent procured b rlf.i'n'N> .atni. 1pr. IXTOOD & I rT'> LE'S Photographie'Rooma*' irevy.

Score, 2 to 2.. Game' even and i rewardVill be paid for the 'return 'of resources At W. U. LUCAS. NEW STOltE, .4*?*..?F nb1.J"kBk; fr. ..4Wnte for a a .. .., 's. .-,.It< _r. ovcrP.iidenberg'iitors.... --; ,
Mirror. "; 1 J !- S D } /Jr-A; ; I Iu '"Jl .
proraUe 1.. ,
of a close contest Garden i the same to Parkbum's store,. H .A if 4 i .r ) /
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HalrBre fiih J,Ec pe. of a.Road Commissioner I did and we.met and went to '0
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s: Editor 1South -In issue until the afterno6iwhen became he -- ,' ', .. ., ;' : Q.irD :
;: your ; : :'.; F.i ; A s A v i DT G s :BANK; ,. ; 1.,._ -
I of the I2th inst. appeared a commu- worked a '''pite, got mad "and lett. i : "

$i t if3ti about two columns ()closely The restofus; opened the road through GAIN TI CTJ MI: ?H,ANI? .... J .1 AND :REAL 'ESTATE EXCHANGE- -. V. -

prinleil 'itMJ; bigncd W. James, In I o thejpafk. And hcrc'1t is but jus- d ,1 : ': ii.' -," .... (locwpcrattd July 6lh..18 ..Ji ,

j" which he attempted to show what a hcE', to'say thkt Mr. Jamison.;and.'sonoralsh'eii .. '.. i .OFFICE LOVERIDGE-S :BUILDING] OCEAN STRUT; .
a hair breadth escape he madesof being f 'the lumber,haoledif'tolheroad'Trid W.A.RD.j: ;; JACKSONVILLE. FLA.,July ist.1874. ..
j"i "i: :HEVORLD j tS Hereby given of the Ineorpontloii of 7J*FM USvift BII.*.an iedticid.' from road ,Com mis- spiked'It( down 'four of NOTICE
on the
t a the provision. of Abc law of the State of Florida with the principal place of business citynature' :: '

iloner to a road laborer. He finds a he "Hiidfcesr: over' which Mn-'Jamts: .. .,. .1 J ackwDYille. J ; laDDS'AJQI4If
tale I _
; 0 AGAIN RECEIVED BY ., ''T1a.general of the business hall be that of a Bank for Savings and Loans,sad the purchase taA '
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; paper in his key.hole, with my name passs'Jly10Ogo, \ to town. ...,. 0" : of Real Estate/Wongages Bonds.Stocks Gold and Sihrer Treasury Warrants &c.: '
I I somewhat ; Tae capital stock (which may be iacreased at any meeting of shareholders called for that purpose) shall be ROBINSON
.: tiig.ed"as woul4 have you.believe, And\rarther| : was acquainted ., batincss and the balance la installments* .
in commencing ,
: shall be
.. E' of Whlch.zo cent paid upon
k $ (whicb'Mr. Duffic will explain! ). Her : wlthONeal! who.James saysis "T W'ORLD'S FAVORIJ; ;; .!.. 10.000.the business of the corporation may require. Saran.DRUGGIST.:
thinks there must be some mistake. not less than75yeaaold.: .OWeal! This corporation will go Into operation July 6th.1874.and continue twenty year shall* he
: : The highest amount of liability to which this corporation can subject itself *jy/xxj. ,
: .. He hurries to town in breathless as- told mClHat: h'e'was'jn'hl''t..4sth''ear.I ,. ,. "! ''The officers of this corporation shall serve without salary until otherwise provided by a vote of the stoCk.' Hoetf. Block, Bay St..

4 4 fonishmcnt at ;;the thought of being passel O'Neal 'several ...timesAwhileie SEE THE FOLLOWING.; : holder. The design of the. ':Florida Savings' Bank'J II to_ afford to those who an desirous of saving their money the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
road and I of sa ely employing it at a good rate of interest,to b:levested.under the direction of well-known cUuens, _
the means
reduced road laborer. Now that .
to a at job on
was: .. instead the risk of It by entrusting it to
t;! AT HOME in home securities well-known value, running losing. f COllPOVJl IJIG raMc irTK>w A .
; 0 ihould this affair" come to the ears of am satisfied that no reasonable man SEWING MACHINE SALESOF..x873= :. foreign corporations to be sent to far off dues for investment. ; ilEARNiEY'S r rK
\ .... .. ,.' .- "' OFPlCEItS.-T1ae officers of this corporation shall consist of a President,a Vice President and Treasurer,and
Queen Victoria, we may expect a demand -1 will find fault with it. a Board of three or.more Directors chosen annually. ,commencing. November.1,1.873 and to hold office,

t ,: for antapology for the alleged JAMES BEAT The Table of Sewing Machine Sales for 1873 shows that oUr sales last t'year amounted to 931)444) Machines: until thclr successors are duly chosen. olbet shall be held.. .
the for the election officers and business .
indignity done to the subject who Sworn to and subscribed before 'mehis24th being a large.increase over the sales of the previous)ear((1872). The table also shows that < .r-> ., annually bnnlcs.-Regular, commencing November Meetings i of, 1875 corporation. . .

I A' BANK HOURS.'-The regular hours for transaction oI'busiDcSlsbal1 be from 9 o'cJock 3 cclock p. m. FLUID EXTRACT.
claims to hail from Dover England. day of August, D., SH.J. "
'. 'OUR SALES EXCEED THOSE OF ANY' OTHER; :COMPANY daily,'except Sundays and holidays,and on Sa unisys*.til 7 o'clock p.m. t ,
:t ; He says in order to give you full S. ADAMS, .. ..; J". DBTOSITS.-Deposit* will be entered in the books of the corporation and also In a book to be given to the de :
'Th book..ill be evidence of his or her property. When moneys are withdrawn this book must be ,
t.. I understanding of things he must carry Notary Public, For the period named, by the number of 113,154 Machines,or nearly .' ., .> positor.brought to the Bank to have the payment entered. Depositors may take out the money themselves;in case B ".U-C .HU !
:: I you back: to his appointment. Now, absence or sickness, it wiD be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book.Depot.
.. its will be repaid at any time when called for,when there Is a sufficient amount In the treasury uninvested; otherwise
t if he had said carry you back to Kil GENERAL DIRECTORY. DOUBLETHOSE OF ANY' OTHER. COMPANY, .at the earliest practicable period in toe order in which they may be called for. Tilt only known remedy iIrDjIGHT'S
kennyand his former residence at the I \ INTEIEST.-Interest at she rate of seven and three-tenths per cent.((0_two cents per day on $xoo)will be paid -
t.. STATE. months the Bank be added annuallyto t
annually, all deposiu which shall have remained three or more in ,to
), \ Five Points, N.- Y. or of more recent Oovernor-M. L. STEARNS.4euten It may be i'urtbersrare4 that the sales of 1871 show a rciatlYdykue., beyond the sales of other the principal upon of the Depositor.f .
f nt Governor makers than of any other year. For instance In 1871.we, sold 45,000.more. Machines than" any other,company .ACCOANTS UNCALLED FOB. Any account to which nothing shall be added and which shall! have remained DISEASE,.
t i date, Monmouth, 111., and'show. you sU-otftary('f Ute-8. H.'McLI ; whereas,in 1,873. the'tales were' ,. uncalled for for seven years shall cease to bear interest: -
; some records there"you would have a Comptroller A. COWO1LL. ".' 1'-. 'ACCOUNTS PAYABLE TO Units.-If person die.who own. money in this Savings. Bank,-the. money win be ads pttiuVc remedy tor

,.: ; better idea of the true cause of his Ttvfiuier Attorney Ot-npral-WM.U. FOSTER.A. COCKE.. 113,254 .IN EXCESS, OF OUR'HIGHEST COMPETITOR.These .- paid B.\JIrc'DooIts.-Althougb to their I legal representatives.the; officers' wM endeavor by all possible'means prevent buds.let all payments .. "

.i.' f' troubles. At the last mentioned Adjutant OrnerJOHN VARKUM. .j to persona producing the bank-books shall be valid payments to discharge the corporation.
Comm'refLrd. and Immigmtlt/n EAOAN.tiltpelintE'nd..ut Parents of minor children deposit money as trattees for the GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES
figures are all the more remarkable for the reason that the sales of the principal-companies In 1873 are CHILDREN'S ENDOWMENTS,- or guardians may
.. : place a mania or moon-struck madness of Public I 11.1 rul'l inn-J. C. GIBBS. LESS than their sales in 1872; whereas as has been shown, our sale have LARGELY INCR\; EASED. The benefit.f such minors until they; becoine of age,'interest upon which may. be. withdrawn annually os added to DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA
f, seems to have .conie over him. JnarnLocr-l.: II. ALUEKOEU. account of sales is from sworn returns made to the owners of the Sewing Machine Patents.' It will hardly be ,the principal. .. ,
I Pw.-Dcos1ts In the Florida Savings Bank amounting to 570'during each year for a NERVOUS DEBILITY
SUPREME: OUUT. denied that the superiority of the Singer Machines is fully demonstrated all events Out their popularity in SPecIAL ENDOWMENT
and alone .ina will the depositor cash of f 1,000 at the end of the term-or proportionatelyon '
Imagine a man lonely Cblef Juitice-E. il. RAND LL. household is unquestionable. ;: term often years secure a payment DROPSY
j smaller or larger annual deposits.:' In case of inabilify to complete,the ten annual, payments the depositorcan ,
.. : glass house, without a neighbor with Akaoet" $t Jnsticta-J. I). WESTOTTLU.VAN YAIJCENBERQ., withdraw the amounts already paid in,upon giving three months' notice together with the accrued interest

,l whom he is on good terms. See him Clerk-LVMAN B. FO3TKK.. STATISTICS OF SWORN ,SALES : : thereon. This plan,unlike ordinary life Insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture previous payments .NON.RETENTION. OR INCONTINENCE Of
'; f' and offers a safe and easy method providing a handsome endowment for tic future of parents,children friend URINE, IRRJ'fATlON.INFL.UIATIOC"
j begin to throw-stones. 'Well may it CIRCUIT COURT. or the depositor individually. Special deposits,not to be withdrawn for ten years,will entitle the depositor to OR ULCERATION OF THE
., I ; Judicial Circuit-W. W.VAN NEStJ:, Pensaoola.J .. a certificate for doutlt ttu amount efituk dtpotiit,payable in ten years in favor of any person designated.
asked Is he ? Has .. ,.
i J be : sane ne considered p. W. WHITE Qu'iu-v. Companies. Sold in 1873. Sold In 1871.'' LOANS.-All moneys received on deposit shall be invested in first mortgages on real and personal property in *

'. the consequenres? He 3d.. Wm IiRYKON Lire Oak. ;HES1NGEK.._..._._.__...._. 331.444 :'-'! 9,758 Increase_- __ '12.686 this State of at least double the value,or in other ample collateral securities. ; BLADDER AND

; charges myself and others with lying t'h'.yl1lp.: -, 1l.D.AI'CHI8AlD..Jacbon- Whee'er & Wilson_.___ ..._, 119,180; 174. 88 Decrease.....- I S4.44ODomesl REAL ESTATE.-of This corporation and will act as trustees sor the purchase' and sale of real. estate or the renting, 'KIDNEYS,

funds. IILb Judidil CSteul t-J. II. OOS J. Ocala. c:...__._.............. _._.___ 40.1 i4J 49,354 Decrease...-- '!940 .and management estates property. generally. 0
: f and! etnb'czzleling the road .. oJ. T. )I A 0 RE}:. < ..__, JAMES H. PAINE SAM'L SPEARING. 'JONATHAN C. GREELEY SPERMATORRHOIA Tllmp" Jrover& Ba1cer... ..._...:.....__. 86,179 S2.o10' 15.831 President. Vice-President. Treasurer ,
I Statements from other parties will give Jtli M ? V. PR1C Etterpil.e.DUVAL ; : . ....__........ _.'.... Decrease_..:. '
: Weed..._ ... .. ... : : ; 91.760:>> ; ,. I ,4M44 --. 80,675S.4'9 Sea-side villa sites for sale on Fort Gcorie"Island. The finest sea bathing cool sea breezes magnificent:

f the lie to all this. This man James Vilson.,___... .......__.....*_.... i.a47 .. 26,666 Decrease"':----.--. drives over fifteen miles in extent ; grand avenues palmetto cedar. oak. magnolia.myrtle.&c.. &c. Leucorrhoai or Whites Diseases of the Prostrate

i refused to serve: for some time (as Mr. Jurtpe-W. A. UcLEAN.COUSTY.COUI.IT Howe_.__.__...__....._...... If o returns''I (Estimated) 145,000' Decrease'? :-- ,. Call and see the photographic views at the Florida Savings Bank and Real Estate SAVINGS Exchange.on Ocean street. Gland,Stone in tha Bladder.Colculus,Gravel or Brick.
and and sold at the FLORIDA B.tNK. dust Deposit and Mucus
State, bought
n:aty's affidait shows). but when he J Clerk of Court-OSCAR HART. Gold Medal__.__.._.._.__ 16,431' 18.897 Decrease.-.;;.....! 20466WilcOI 7-8-i8-tf county city scrip Ocean..near Fonyth, street. or Milky Discharges.

I.. woik the road in ),heriff-J<)8ETU U.DU"UK. : &Gibbs__...__....__ -.- iS.88t .. 33.639 Decrease__ 7.758
finds a summons to Solicitor-1 A. McDONNKLL. .
tate County Holicitnr-Cll AS 1L SUMMERS.( mcrlca a. B. H._______ ?, 14,181 18.930 Decrease._ 4.78 '

the key-hole a new idea strikes him; 'IVeamrfr-J.W. SWA1M. B! & Ho we....................__._.___ 13,919 r M.97 Decrease_- -.... '988 KEARNEY'SEXTRACT

1. he hurries to town, accepts, puts in A>e-M. 1'KTERJnXKa.>r-J. C. O HEliLKV.Coll :: .. Remington Empire.! ..__........._......_ 9,183 4,98 'Increaie-_._ 4,201 TOBACCO CIGARS

: r an appearance at our next meeting 8u|> -Intel drill,'I$h"IC.l-C. F. MAWBET.UGTIODI 'lorence..._._.____.______ 8,961 *5.793'x'376 Decrease__ 6.833 : BUCHU

; and the first move he makes is that rn-J. I.. Burcli J. C. llfmmiiig, )l. A. Davia..___..._....__.___ S,85z Decrease........_ ,5IS

Dza: n.1 i.r'o..r Victor a-_._.__.i.___.__...... 7.446 11,901 Dccreaie... 4.SS5BICeI :
that meeting shall be considered out : PuMil'l-Julln G. Hnmvl F. B. Kt'a",T. Permanently cures all Diseases of the
i ) ____.____._____ Decrease__
3,458 6.053 ,99S ;
H KeUis C. 1'. ()'opt'r. Chum M. Bummcii, W. U. ---
I first meeting, and gives out round J itf/t-N*, Ewin! Hiding, Wm. M L-dwith, E. M. Sccor_...?..__.____.___._ .._ 3.43 311 Increase_-.__ 3n8 : PIPES. AND SNUFF i BLADDER, KIDNEYS. AND
':: among those who had been summoned (9ict!! ry"TIKM !1. )(IK")'.J.'W. Svaim II.Onon.r.J Etna: ,J. E. BramesdorC....._____ ),0111 4.262 Decrease.._._ 1,181 CAL DROPSI.
o.. ]L Lurkt) C. Cixtruigton W. L.C.)au, J. \V.Wbitls.7. SWELLINGS
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: f to work the road that they need not ''
I work, as we had commenced. busi! County CktmrnUriancn!-Mile* Puce, E. Fortune, NEW : AT WHOLESALE BY i ; : L Existing in inea.women and children,
U. II. ll'ix'g. T.ri Eelli, R. Jones. OUR FAMILY MACHINE ,
; ness without a full board ; so that Justlc- of the l'ea'e-W. W. Sampson, W. A. a* tt '
i Hummorall C. F.Townend. Henry C Tison. Jarnpn K-NIGET: & 00. NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE
and laughing 'at L' !
I many are pleased ),I. 1VilM n. )I. P. Chnpprll. A. II. I'bilip. W. L. Embodies New and Essential Pinciples-Sioplicity i Construction! : Ea :, this state/of things. Ct..n, A 13ue.!ng, Wui. Gordon, J. F. KollioB, J. Action at any Speed; Capacity or Range! and Variety of Work Fine or CLEAVING ;. t .
W. Mrnard.Surreyor. ALL RIVALS BEHIND IT. Prof. Steel : "One bottle of Kearn--y's Fluid
: We had, heretofore, transacted our Chm. F. Smith. ": BAY STREET between Laura and Hogan Extract Bucbu sajs worth more than all other Euchu:
business! in a conversational way instead Inspector of Lumber-II. M, Moody.R.W.Cone. ., \ combined."
"i J. PriCrt. Jr. : .
: : \ of a strict parliamentary style, ConctabliQ. II. M y" S. Wi nun, J. Smith J. .. I.. '. Jacksonville Florida. P ce'One DoOar per Bottle,or. 'SU Bottles: for lift
J. Forbes Jamea Lane, J. II. Brown. Dollars. '
t; J but we have kept a correct record of TEST. THE. SINGER BEFORE PURCHASING OTHER. -1 '
i i in 4.2211w3m .
; our. proceedings and opened an account CITY OF TACKSONVILLE. : q" ;' DEPOT 104. DUANE ST.. NEW YORK.

with each supervisor, requiring M.i or-PETER JONES. ;v TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT. :

.., :' them to returh a list of all who worked AM RUSSELL'rmen-B.,W A.TUB WIRTDOUGL A tIT. E. W..WlI..DOSTWILK. BENXT. A.J.- TO BE SACRIFICED. and A give Physician advice in gratis.attendance, to answer correspondence

't I the road ; also, of those who paid .'L. I FLEMING JACOB 11UFF A. J. t ---- "
'. BKNTLEY, 8. B. 1IU1IBARU. v. I a"SanD STAKP POR .
: in lieu thereof. When VAMTHim pa&iU
money they Manshal-E. FORTUNE. J I :

pay: out tnu cy it is required that they I Trewnrer-CHAS.Clork-W.: II. CHK1STV.FRIOKNBKRO.Ac . The Singer Manufacturing Co!, .

thovtf who it was; paid jo and what for. Puor-C. B. SIMMONS I DRY GOODS'! "DRY GOODS DRY COODS !11! ,
; Thus far the commissioners 'hl\'c': Co11tctorI'll I LIi WA TEn. I : ; .. TO THE
Clerk of Market-WM. AKVIN. 'I V *
handled nolle of the road funds. City rhy.icitn-C; DREW: Jr. C. A. VOSBURGH, Manager. CLOTHING !1. CLOTHING CLOTHING .

When any considerable amount of GEORGE IV. FRAZIER, Agent, .,, ... NERVOUS 'AND DEBILITATED

to be.collected the lIAIOSIO.folotnon 8-i6tf JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
money super. LoJire. No.20-M. Bowci, W. M.; Ch ... ': OF BOTH SEXES.NO .
'., visors have given good nnd sufficient: Eliot.See.; It. K.ooproan'Tre Regular meeting ,- .
......,; '. ESTABLISHED IN 1868. During the next '
). f1t : bonds and on them orders are given lit and 3d Weiueodaya of each month. : CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL-'
II. -
Duval Lodge No. 1ft-K. WargateV.. M.; B. TAT1ON.DK. .
; when the money Is needed. We intend Webster. See.; D. Jones, Tyler. Regular meetings : -

t that the whole thing shall be lilt Jacksonville and 3d Mondiyi Chapter of each No.12.month.R.A.M-J.S.Driggo, A.* K. PERCIVAL ; ;; : XXX DAYS ,

,1 1 laid before the public at the M E. H.P.; M,Bowes,Sec ; D Joneo,Ouard. R<'g- < J. B. DVOTT graduate of Jefferson Medica
proper ula meeting*last ridny of each month. .. College.Philadelphia,author of several valuable worl.scaD ,
,'; i time "so that they can judge whether DamaMns Commnndery Ko.2-J. B. Drigga, E.C. .,' SUCCESSOR TO J. H. CROWELL. be consulted on all diseases of the Sexual: ar Urinary
i I will ofTer for sale stock of Clothing Dry Goods &c. &c. at which he has mode
-: I.; D. C. Dawfclns, Recorder. Regular meeting lit 'J. ; / : my Organs ( an especial study)
; thfiids have been squandered and and 2d Tnendars of each month.' '. ? d'' . either in male or females DO matter from what cause originating *
sk i
I ,' V. or of how long standing.. A practice of
.. stolen or not. The next move James STATE OFFICERS. r-c: : / I's" ';"'. ,y.q, ;;,.:. w. : : -; LOWER FIGURES THAN EVER ,ear enables him to treat diseases with sc C J
makes is that we must have a regular Grand Master-A.Rnuell, Jacksonville.Orsnd ; .:;i : [ gnte Charges tsoablc. Those at a distance
U D. G. Wilnon Tallahassee. ,. letter and
Deputy aster- : .n Ir decibin sj mptoms enclosing
:; organization, .and moved that ,Mr. Sr.Grand Warden-E. P.;Jordan Femandlna. sp pay
..1 Gardiner act as chairman but he de.t Jr. Grand Warden-E. Wasgate,Jacksonville. w c1t I '. In order to close out stock on hand.
Grand Trt'aE11rer-D. L.Oakley. Miintioello. : '' '. : J. D. BUCKY Send for the Cull Health Price
-t ':.;; ... : : or t loB.
I then Mr.
t t. clined. proposed'that Grand t3ecretary-D.: 0. Davkins, cksonvUle. .. ,: jfj1 -..'.. -
Grand Chaplain-Rev.John Penny. :; 1r > ,., ., ,.. Great Southern Bazar, Bay street, Jacksonville.
:.' James be chairman but he declined to Grand Tyler-David Jones,Jacksonville. ''01. .r. .. -- ," :\IIi.! ,.:: : :,' J. DYOTT, M. D.,

> erve. Then the matter rested. Mr.Jarr.cs DISTRICT DEPUTY ORAND ':':f '. .'" ,: ', t' .
'. Physician Surgeon Duane St.N.Y.M .
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.the state of things to District B. O. Alderman Marianna. I '
: reports lJft1Ioi' __ '
24 .. -- Reeves Chattahoocbee.SJ '_ ,,,'JfffliUi f. : SA'KE' MONEY SAVE TIAfETAKE COMFORT
*} his friend' Eells, and they get up a : .< II. B.Taylor Live Oak.. 'lI =g. :i.l. : .... : 'J .. '- .- -, :; ,- ". '., J -' ,. -, t .
that 4lh" J. S.Drlgg,Jacksonville : ;USIC HAS CHARMS !
.4 set ofresolutions, threatening our Ith" W.IL Long Deal*. DEALER INSHOES W"-" -

beads shall come off if we do not organize. tltb" Z. H: Maeon Orange Spring. j; I

.. -have a regular chairman &c. '7tb.' Frank Branch Tampa. : "

c; : So. at, cur next meeting James gave Grand High prictt-V. Bowrs.ZscbouvllieDeputy .. ,.. ,, ., PRICE RE: D U'C E D.
notice that the resolutions wcre coming .. Grand High' Priest-'J. B.: Driggi, "..ckaoD.viUt. "f I '-' .... ,. ,..

; and it was supposed that they "' ..> : I. ,
Grand King-B. O. A'drrmitn Mnrlanna. : :AND FINDINGS -" i.- "-'- --." -_ -:. .
., would have a thrilling effect so I Grand tcn'-D.' O. Wilson. Tallaha". : I -. ,
Grand Trt'uurcr-W.'&. Young, Jacksonville., I' ',' '. ; "..- .. '; i; "


; and to our surprise he Jut ltd. From ForJiJa Ixxlgo No.1-Wm.II. Cook.N.O.; 8. Y.Tuck.r. ,
I this time on we had amount of U. 1:1.: Regular meetings every Tuesday '. ;
any : -
:I 1. speeches without the least regard to TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. "f" : :

,; parliamentary usages. As he had a W.Duval Frurier.Division K. 8.No.Regular 1-Henry met-tlng Kane every N. P.Thursday ; Geo.. ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO CITY, AND' ,COUNTRY 'RETAIL, make Close Connection ;i- :WI LL LAST- :-" A- LIFE-TIME

... spite at Mr. Price he could not be tiitht at Good Teu.plar's. lull Hoegs Block.Jkck TRADE, i: Passengers : ; :' ; -,' -''
onville Lodge ol Good Templars No. 1B.F.Ward .
reconciled with regard to the W. R. 8. Meet .,'" / I -
$50 W. C. T.; B. A. Beuting every O -
his, Wednesday evening in lloe.,'.UaU.(Sd floor). And by strict attention to bu.1nessand the wants of the public,will endeavor to merit a share of their pationage.: ; VIA THE S .
which he
got;;: on bridge contract. Rescue ndgn No. 1,X.n.O. T..Bait JackM>\iIle) -

: I: understand thatMr., ,Prk intended -B. U. Wetwtcr W.O T.; C. M. Jones, W. R.8. GOODS SENT BY MAIL AND'EXPRESS CHARLESTON i"- 5:: OO: 0
1I.tet toV,ry evening at Grove lla'l, lieU' the shell SAVANNAH' & : ,
to soitithing about that: but he
: ,, say $50 road brid e. ', To'all parts of the State. ': I i ;

has been trying complete the bridge .I Chief Engineer FIRE-Jsmes DEPARTMENT.II. lloey. AT THE OLD. STAND, COR. BAY and OCEAN STS., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -stf ',. Or THX CKLKBIUTBO

durjpg 'this hot, weather, and is ,now I lit AtMntant-Joaeph MariTck.' 1 .. AND. 1
Steam fire Engine:: Mechanics-Thos.J.Uott ForeJEtnaMleam'Fire S. H. KOOKER. : "
with the fever
down ; Again James J. H.NORTON ORGANS
man. -I' > SHONINGER .-
] Law and Public. r : RAILROAD
Attorney[ Notary r' ""
says at another meeting /that Mr. : ngln-WUliam Bay;Foreman. .. PORT gOAL
4 No. 1-0. C. VandrrgrUt Foreman '
.' Gardineuook; the floor and'said that Alert boenix Hose Hone No.t-A. J. Uusneil,Foreman. : NORTON &, KOO'KER. -. i t IN DAILY"USE

-I .? :, Price was good fellow,: that we should Ameiivtu Hook and Ladder Co.-'?. A.. Wilson ,DIAU89 III' For Augusta Atlanta, Chattanooga, Memphis,. Nashville Louisville, Cincinnati "

Foreman. 1 St. and all points North South, East and West., ..,.
be easy with him and not.ask.him to BANKS. \ Louis, Chicago,
Freedman's Pavings" Bank, corner of fine and REAL: ESTATEOF .
in order but
bridge two
keep years, FOfI'th itreet4,4. W. Swsftn Cashier. : talent of the recommendthese
when the contract called for 6i e years. D.O. Ambler's Buikinj House, Buy street T.U. ... '. The best musical country
Mszejr.(;uhit'r.R ) TRAIN LEAVES DAILY AT A. M. Organs. The nicest J.lo for.your
ALL KINDS. 9.30 "
-- g To this James says I made'no reply- : W. Danny Banking House Bay street,comer .' .... '- .' ."
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: thought it better to wait until he resigned ofOoean.. HOTELS. GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, representing the foltewing< i com mon and; &b satisfaction. than any o

: or was-removed.' A more base Grand National, Bay street: lieU Julia Geo..MeOinley PASSENGERS, HOLDING TICKETS BY OTHER LINES'CAN' GET THE?$ now.made.o They comprise, .thEureka ., '

I ., 1 falsehood never ,was invented by the Metropolitan, lroprietor., Nevnan street, near By, J.: B. panies FRANKLIN, ,, OF PHILADELPHIA. -V \thcomblnnd. asset of over : ":;:, EXCHANGED '(therebyavolding delay in Savannah) AT : ; : and ,Grab.t. .

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father ,of lies. Mr., Gardiner and Togni. Proprietor. I : '
; Oueao House Ocean street, nrar Bay, IL,,. C.L CONTINENTAL, OF NEW YORK (, : :., -r" Ps: ,
Price both declare they never heard Buffinfrton. Proprietress. f BREN'S TICKET OFFICE ; -: "I
and Cedar streets, -... .
i Florida Home corner Fortyth .
such a thing mentioned and 1 atn sure : A y
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W. Eo Stock"' Manager. OF PHILADELPHIA. "
) I never did. % 21 BULL STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. : Kustrated Catalogues; ienthymaflpostPa1d1.
J I ,' )." u.A: swer a fool, :according to his FEDERAL OFFICERS.'v LOANING address upon application to
.. Collector, of Custom -J.R.SCOTT. SPECIALTY
t. lest he be wise in his
folly own con' Deputy Collector\ C. W. BLEW. '
t ceit." W. R. JAMISON. Inspector Ponmutor-E.(\{Customs M.CUENKY-E. HIOOIN8. J We give below'a few of the many choice' places fqr sale by us. : 'STBICTLY.RELIABLE. : .INFORMATION.. o. FURNISHED., B. SHONINGER & CO..

-----a Colledor of Internal: -enue-A. A.KNIGHT. 'No. Two-story house on Ashley street near St. No. 105. Dunlawton Plantation: on Halifax river, : : .
73. New
STATE OF lLORIJJA-D"J'al County. Rurveyor-Oeneral. W. GILDERT.U.8.0IU1CerTnOS.KcUlUtAY. James Hotel, pleasantly situated in one of the best seven miles north 0( Mosquito inlet at Port Orange; DAILY PAPERS ; C
Personally appeared'before me a .- neighborhoods\ in the dty; house is new,with f I*rooms, f.joo acres, *,1o acres rich hammock tying one mile s
I U. a. CIRCUIT COUBf.: plenty of closets and good servants room; lot 5.M*: from river: 50 acres high,shell land, immediately on From the following cities on file every day FREE TO EVERYBODY: Boston; HOUSE,
_ Notary Public in and for said County, 48ER. 105 wet, good Iezic good sidewalk, and the street the river bank.having front of about one fourth mile THE.
: who Judge-PHILrP: shelled 1 grapes in bearing: a fine lot of young orange with'Urge two-story, frame house, it 1'OOIDIi neerlj New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore San Francisco, Chicago' .
James Beaty being duly sworn B. a DREW.
Attorney-J.CONANT.VlerkJ. trees: flowers and Shade tree growing thriftily: ; good finished; house commands view of the river and ocean St. Louis, Cincinnati, and many others.
oJ. says that one day last spring 1 'said Marshal8.. E.TOWN END. well,with pump on back porch,which is covered with\ and i* surrounded with large bearing,orange trees, JAcNVU.U. F

______i ;; .to Mr; James that I saw be was appointed XI.B.Register Bankruptcy. FRASER.. flowering N.B.\ vines.To capitalists Will be desiring sold cheap.a big thing." there some mat.L.LU notos jf to JIm loo gallon In'number*,..._. :yard good.J; tnorougniy well and a cttcneaand dsten Quick (Time..and Sure, Connections via the Port RtiyalRtU1toa .,
drained canal from sugar-bouse running to,the Centrally located and its appoinUW'1'will
Road Commissioner. He is a fine opening! In Springfield: a few thousand dollars ; 6 a

-_ replied! that: h ; would have nothing tolo L IVF.RY SALE AND FEED StABLESThe of win Norton go a great& Kooker way just,corner now.Ocean For and particulars Bay .tReta.wild enquire river orange for transportation trees on the of place crop;;the immense soil is similar quantities: to the of remaia op dv t Summer month*.
best lands of Cuba,to which It is fully equal: '
sugar: W. HOWELL. -
with thed A. O. HUSSEY JNO.
-n thing. Soon after this, No.14., A HAKDSOMS RSSIDCMC roc SAIX.-SI* limestone is abundant. This place is really one of the BOARD
Mr. Jamison said to me that Mr. large rooms and kitchen double bay window on the choicest places in Florida; and was known as such before .: .- ; TRANSIENT
double pcrlors,double piazza on the south the
Hurt gave: him a blank affidavit which west commanding large one of the finest views In Jacksonville: war., & H0WELL .'a PER DAY- or |to PER WEEK.
windows felled with four lights ol4O-ioch& hung N.B. Do you want a Snug winter home, with I' : aUSSEY "*
.'. he.promised to l leave at Justice Bens with cords and weights on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flowers,ia FloridT You can get a .,. .J... ,. Very re* mad with p
- : ing's. and thai Mr. Beusing'rcfused: floor',with blinds; all casings: are finished with mould a beautiful lot, 70x156: feet In Springfield, high and ,;. RETAIL. DEALERSB 1- \ .-. .
beautiful finish healthful and within ten minute walk ol the post-office, WH9i.sALE'Nu boarders.
and oiled and varnished making a ; '
lake it and he wished I would take i it ing<< double which make b' For c
f ceilings: high walls hard-finished,open stairs on to It, 135. .particulars. ,enquire J L BtNT
and hand it to >In James. I told glass,closet front doors, monica plentyoclothes-presiesbs&h-lnck on every door in house: Norton & Kooker.. 'OO'S: ; SHOES: : ; .' Jaclcsonvffle- 2; IS74"
china ,store-room M .
-, No. A of 88 60 cleared ham:
him it of Mr. 119.; tract acres; acres "
was no use from which
as ;; James room; hip roof with cupola a charming mock land miles ,
fioel'rootODSt.Jobn..riftr two west '
Jiad! said he would have do Vest and most stylish livery team la the .dtyTan view is to be had of the city the river surrounding i ; ic.,at:,I
: _.. nothing to feet well of lacksonvtile. This is one of the most desirable river : : Pc a -
be found at the Stable of the u undersigned! near the country : three lots,making tHxaoa: good ; of LEATHERFINDINGS, : .
,9 I! '. with it. Mr. Jamison then said he Florida Home comer of Cedar and Fonyth Streets young shade trees started; half a mile froth post-oi&c/t. if fronts in.the vicinity- Jacksonville. divided 'r' PRACTICE ANDBLOTIKTS
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Horses boarded and well cared for on reasonable For sale at a bargain.\ _i_>
ji II II :. ." : 'Would hand it back to Mr. Hart. terms. No.96. A large.-two-story'',nouse with ten large No. 146. Six acres on Arlington river,adjoining the RULES

- t..; I And further this deponant: says that: Strong teams for hauling purposes always on hand. rocs; thoroughly built: ,and finished to first-ntestyl Florida Home containing the' old vineyard. For'sale : A complete. assortment of NeW York and' Philadelphia fine CDE .
with twelve feet ceilings; one acre of ground coveredwith at a barga'av The FwiroiAif' office..TaWisse
1iti AVERY. ,
his destitute of Yl.II.
neighborhood being adk1 located '
I Jacksonville, FU..May 30, 1'7. v tt fruit trees and flowers t pleasantly Price; within No. 147. MrraorotiTAN HOTH_-This hotel is Goods .always on hand. t'TallmJi25.tedasmaUdiaioaoftsRuieCt' 0181
decent road leading: to town, it was five Jill1.tawaJkoftherai1rOa4depot. f to/no; of the best French and is .P
located brick t
centrally :
if deslreoV for- SamueL Dunbar &rCo.'sMisses'
balance time Sole in or f
down, on long the
that the {. 4,500. first-class house ia For and agents Jacksonville : C a t
iil41; proposed neighbors should Boa ton hoops and bustles at Bucky's.ORN a every respect. price. 1" sow fp
No.oo acres'In orange county; one mile from ft Kooker." ( x) l a
400 Norton
iJIi1! i '1 ," .. turn out.and make one. Mr. James /"- AKD OATS.' ... I Mdonviue.!. 'Price fs__per acre. *apply ,"> [and Children ,Fine Sh eS. phlet. krms. ., .

,It ''iJ1.finHe' he ... ..' . .. 0 0 ,', -: '.. ." .v: mall of h'Stite.' t J
;If'; !h1t.O a. certain ' .
,; ; .j: ; : CaB on or writ*ton*.and state your wants: ':1>%. \ If ;/ '( ::' .; .j'' ,: '., t .-, _-.. -s ,-4uL 4 itfft irtott'! j'i-t-- '' 1 Tw Ye stLt
!lit1 f : i :wot/Id/ be ready to commence to wbrl Just received large stoc1'peme corn and o.ti,, OCEAN AND BAY STS.: FLA L '- ) Addrtss I & .
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Ph ;: ai3d J h,vcd:i \J .me ,to let .it be known. .. ../; "-.f.tV&J1-.. ; \"i." 'Bay" Street' ,"near..Lura... ,' I ff-Vuitan always' welcome. Lata&p&pcRODii1c.. ... "-..-; ,.,. .'.-.'>;<**r ''.,::.'\ c ,1-19-. '. ', T : ,..__" :ts1t1i 2- Sired. _tie" lJ4rif'i;; k'JF.rfrj : IffV-.A"O\AI'*v"U . !r
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