The new South
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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00023
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THE-5-------NE\V'.SQUTH. fair criterion, we find the; 'rate, percent ion;,.if only we are true to our own in* crops'in all'the "mfous'Sect ons : flhe 1 # MISCELLANEOUS. 'GROCERIES. AND' PROVISIONS.---r- :'t. RAILROADS AND STKAUSRS.Examine '. 4 ,

of increase. each ten.years to. crests, and are ready, to cooperateheartily State, made 'and'repoHed''by men"'bf S

POLISHED; EVERYWEDNESDA Y AND have been 34$1 nearly, as applicable in the good work., character,'skill and reliability.By ) I :RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN, CLARK, -Bucky's assortment prints. ''_
SA TURDA- to the whole,country: ; and thus judge .Now,:then, having shown that the 'this means* accurate returns" of JOHN
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ing of the futuie by the past,.there is work. is worth our while., how can we facts will' be obtained, the pubikationofwhich AGENT, FORWARDING ACKSONVILLE, PENSACOLA AND .

Jn-WJ.EILY. aihubstJ1ben f).SO per annum.flvecf believe i best work ? 7dunIfr,FIrida. if J MOBILE RAILROAD CO.
!' Copies. 13.: 00 each;"and aa extra copy reasonable statistical ground to together will specially benefit the dii' Lan

will be.eftl more.0 every club of leD received at one ime.WEELV that the population of the United : For years an immense emigration ferent localities and be of 'great1er4vice.to .! AH sorts.Taxes of Real paid Estate Tlt1ea bought examined.Rxras and.;Mid; Money Intested. Oa and after SUNDAY, MAY '7:' 1174.' teaL.

mail each'subscribers 1'eat cop.-J* .per| .6oi annum.Fifty'cop-Ten States will, i in the future, reach the, has been leaving the various countriesof the,State at. large: **. \\i BY nxsussioir. to William Astor. !;sq., COMMISSION. MERCHANT will run a*follow*i, '

topiel ".I.7S each. following figures, viz : Europe, and the political condition New York; Ez.Gor.'A. C. Curtin.! &n eblte pa.; '. LID BIALM IKROCERIEa. PASSENGER TRAINS WEST (DAILY), FOR
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ies.1.40 Redner ,
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1 ,' Philadelphia: W. Stokes Boydl SAVANNAH AND TALLAHASSEE.LeaveJaclaoavllVt '
DI'ERTISI.VGlATESt In i8TO--.-,..-.-.'-.- .1,321.43' there is such that we may well PROFESSIONAL CARDS, Ac.. l Philadelphia:D C.Ambler Banker Jacksonville,Fla. 0
A In 1880_______ 56.450..t'la that Henry 1 ucker, bosto.Mau. ,. PROVISIONS. GRAIN. __s:4Opna d >:_". ,
'rstlaseruoa believe will for -
1as the'emigration 3iSiypdFor .. 4
Sa.-W ICLy.IJ oo per Inch.or ; 1890 .. ....---_- 77, 66,5,89 ,,- 1a1dwba.-4:" ,:SS -
each, b sliientli crtion. 50 cents. InApplying.poo__....... .... "--- OO,35 .b. years to ,come increase rather" than TR. F.. ,A. McMANUS HAY; SEGARS. '&:c:. .. Lake CIty_, r yio IaS a iii ..

WMKLV. $t.S per inch or 1 U*,List In'.ertioncacb to our own. growth the" diminish. ,And in the North and "; \, stylish.ladies'hats. ask' Bucky.pOBERSON .. Sol!*Agents for Florida osAverfl1ab.cdcaI Arrive at Lire Oak-se. and JJo'
in.*ruon.75gyjdIJ.tiCU.O cent Less.Madlaon.............. _' 6:t. **a
totaequent ,(Recently Baltimore,), '. -.* .. MoatkIo. .,. i
cenu per line. same rate'of probable increase in the West of this country the people' seem '& MAtSON Paint andWhite' r.aa.
: TflahIsI-.. ., ... jo3.
THRU: CASH tit ADVAKC. future, the population of Florida will to be constitutionally almost nomadic, HOMEOPATHIC 'PHYSICIAN" ; N' ** Quincy- .-,-....-.." --, II:"p at
Address ADAMS,CARRUTH Imekoovme&Forl CO., jAgricultural. be as follows; viz : a'>d .thousands'are' looking for 'newhomes. tocateA.h : Have opened a first-class *Patent Money' Drawer Arrive at Chaaahooc.l_--.. so.

I .-._ There States the North Hu Jacksonville.' Offic and reudcac Agent for PASSENGER TRAINS EAST (DAILY- FROM
188.871In are at .
In 1870- ---- -- oa Monroe meet between Laura and Pine streets.ia : SHAVING SALOON *
--- 1880......... .. ..____'54,0)01ID the rear of Mn. Hendenaboardihoi.e. STVAMR LIZZIE BAKER. TALLAHAS&ICirOR SAVANNAH '
..__._..____._ i,7O having now resident mother parts of 96tfLJ .' AND JACKSONVILLE.
..___ .._...__.... .. ; comer of Pay and Pin streets,where all the modem VOLUSU.AXO \. "
la .poo. ; .4SIl.S.6 the Union, one-forth, .or: even one- COLCORD I appliance used. by the,best saloon in the country can : < Lesvc'--'ol3cbsL-I.. \ ,....; '6. a a! .

How may the AT culturmI Societies Such would be our natural:growthif third; as many of their sons as 'they iL. ;''i/ be found. 9-llItf TJl.h.oo O1dJlCy._.. -__, -___._-_. L -- ..1:10H 1:3It'. :' -

the most effectual assistance to it obey the rule applicable to'the have at home. And this moving tide 1footlctiin5L1 .'
give : Van Bnmt&'Bro': .. Line Sailing Packet, : ::4Jat :.
of In Successor: to Hide and Skin business 011 CENTRAL SALESROOMS __ __- ,
Immigration Madison
Commissioner j -
the United whenit THE' .. I
whole of the States; of human beings will not diminish at '
YORK. Live 0 L.---t:1O.m and \
uf bit work? H. i" 1Coraer FROM NEW :. 9:10.
J. ,.
the prosecution CROWELL \ .... '
is borne in mind that this rule is ; > .. Lakedty_ .3:30: ass and 11:15'
present. ..
in plain terms-fs the questionpposed AH .AUCTION AND.GENERAL COMMISSION .Baldwin. ;;. ....9ooa'aaa4 a:40.. .
This twJ6-1gl Street
the of While is that need, all .. Bay ,Jacksonville JTlorida. : '
for solution,< anti l so far as obtained by'averaging rate true we 'l, .Bay.and Ocean M/VT t e. HUS .. '_ ., ._ .. > -.. ArrivctJacboovUle4ioi.._ _. ....... ,a. a sad :4:1);.> ., ._ _
growth or many States;and that some classes of men, still there are two "r. :1.-;:=- sTi': l' .. ,- tjf -
regards the material development of Highest cash price paid for Hides, Skins, Fun Bay Street, Laura AIRBANKS : JtAL.( TO .. : .;
of the old States have'remained nearly classes of whom jut now we stand, in Wax Ac. near F .
be 7';.zS.wiyC. (TiThTluniidays aDd Saturdays.
few more important.Our
can .
Florida, stationary, while of others the growthhas special ,need. We want men who will 1ACKSONVlLLEI'LA.PU .zo's 'r'

State has an immense territorial been exceedingly rapid on account come prepared to work for wages, L. '-0'"e501I., J. W. WHITNITAny LIC SALE every SATURDAY. frsjswtlA D1AUX Kt Arrive Leave Tsflansssff at St. Marts '. _. sz:so$ a SB .

extent, containing 59,268 miles ; of peculiarly favorable circumstances, and thus recruit the ranks of our I. at Law and U.S.Comm'r. Notary?uhc.C .,1 j' GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Leave St.Mark*____; -,.., uss p. .

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thus, in this particular, taking rank L. ROBINSON & CO., TELLONVILLE HOUSE, Arrive at TaHahassea :-- s:-
while our own rate of increase, in laboring men ; and we want still more
of 860 the seventh ROBERT WALKER. -/
by the census as time has been diminished who will and Rt.At ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.. BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE.FLA.
past, perhaps, men come, as Receiver'and G 1..Supt..tH.
State in the Union, exceeded in extent disastrous inevitable it Agency The Manhattan Life l.fACEE.. Mat Sup(. SBucky "
events as as farmers, gardeners, 'and mechanicswill Insurance. Company ol F MELLONVILLE. ." COUNTVI'LA. .)
California Ore .
only by New York. Always
Missouri and Vir may be well to study)the figures still a carve out a competence for them- Assets 9,009,463.13.. Undivided surplus$1,666.626.95,. .- keeps on hand sells boots'and shoes chcap d.'J: ft-,'-

con, Minnesota little more. selves, and help in development" 7-i8-i-3-a HAY CORN, OATS, BRAN, GROUNL.
But our population is, as yet, .I. I. HITE, Proprietor.
ginia. It is curious .to c.bsenre'the very of the resources of the State. 50-5-iy FEED PEAS, CHICKEN FEED, ., &: W. I. T. COo'S RAILROAD. '

so !small as almost to be insignificant, great difference apparent in- the rate This last class is composed of men J N. ..BETTES, I IDDELL HOUSE PORK, LARD, BACON., A.G. .
when compared with TJ SHOULDERS, ,
and especially of increase of the several States.: of intelligence, men who read and FROMFERNANDINA
of States of much less PHYSICIAN AND.SURGEON, I HAMS '
that many very TO CEDAR KEYS. '
While Vermont was only saved from think, and are governed by the infor- t FERNANDINA, FLA. FISH, FLOUR : :
In 1860 we had a population ,
territory diminution by an increase, in Ihe'last mation thus'obtained. Thousands of Jacksonville, Fla., HOMINY,MEAL,RICE come sOU-T*. coiiw woarrm.'" :
of 140,425 giving' "s to the Omci HOURS-From 8 tin 9 a.m.a d. till a p.m.OFMCE HECKER'S FLOUR FARINA '
SAMUEL ,24a0e. Arm
ten years, of one-third of one per such men in this vast country are T. RIDDELL. Proprietor.
: mile a comparative density of AND RESIDXCE.-COThCT Ocean and Monroe BUTTER CHEESE, APPLES ONIONS Fernandina... r_._ S3O a aa T.35P. aC.I6h2n
square cetit., and New Hampshire had a meditating a change of residence and streets. '6-7-601 ___. ,. ..., 1.33. :ssBaldwin
while several of the sister States POTATOES, SUGARS, SYRUPS; '
3.36, 49SpendSd surfbathing.7Magnificent art 1*.
\9-00) 3-SO
growth at the rate of two and one- are only awaiting the information j
exceed in density 100 to the square necessary < drive of eighteen miles on the finest MOLASSES, COFFEES __-.:.-_9:30 ta.. 3:2ar..
: half per cent.; while the rate of Mainewas by which todirect their course. B AER & MARKENS, Atlantic beach.. TEAS, COCOA Starke- '_.-..__?':3T 1:11 ,IArchCl'
wile and one exhibits and another ____
133 : Gainesville 1:50 $5J0
mile. 7.74 per cent., the increase of tt. is the furnishing of this infor- *47Refireshing sea breezes. SNUFF _,____.,' 3:10P. 9:49 ,.">

175 to the square some of the States of the West and mation the agricultural ,societies can STRICTLY. WHOLESALE GROCERS.,!! OILS SOAPS Bronson..T.... -__- 3:55 9:04..,
I'liis paucity of inhabitants and STARCH, TOBACCO;: Cedar Keys __ 6:30; 6:30 .
Southwest was almost incredible.In render the most valuable assistance in t OPEN' DURING; THE SUMMER.
Consequent remoteness from each other JACKSONVILLE, FLA. WOODEN-WARE,. BUCKETS.. .
exist the ten years from 185010 1860, the promotion of immigration. BASKETS BROOMS SPONGES, TUBS At FERNANDINA.with Steamer Cry Point from '
of such as really
4S-Gocd Skvannah and Charleston and Savannah, at m. steamer
the following States have Rained : Indeed the information specially at prices. BOARD: Charleston Mondays 4 a. :
of much discomfortand 4 -3m Dictator from Charleston and Savannah,Thursday U
hat once a cause Illmoii....._......._....___....0"ioi percent needed is almost exclusively within Per day, -' ti.yt CANNED GOODS OF EVERY KIND. 4 a. nu With steamer Lizzie Baker,from Savannah..
inconvenience to present settlers, ...__...._... I 6 for
Wisconsin. 154 percent. Per week from S3 Brunswick and St. MarTI, Monday at a.mi .
serious obstacle Texu..._........... ttiiiitt-Tn-T 184 percent. the reach of the members of these 1 & KOOKER, t- $11.00 EVERYTHING those points on Fridays at 8 a. m.
and nitrates as a to Oregon.: ........................_..._ 994 percent. societies. Were of us thinking N9RT9N Satisfactory arrangements made with families. At BALDWIN,with.J P &JJ.R.R.from JaCksonville -
any rapid development of the State, Caliturnia.....-...........?.?_.._ 310 per cent. any REAL ESTATE DEAT ERS, corner Ocean and &y. IX TIIFOR.AGE.GROCERY.AND at 4-o 1 p. m.;for Jacksonville at\g-o) a-...* #
in the of Minnesota?*..._..__....2760 per cent. of removing to some other portion of streets,Jacksonville. Florida. Fine livery accommodations.! At GAINESVILLE,With in-weekly stige linefot-\
and impediment
a successful a great effort to invite a way large If, by any mears, Florida, during the country, we can easily imaginethe Life Money and loaned Fire Insurax.ce on Real Agents Estate and security.dealers il Genera PineLands Open after June 1st under! above terms. 6-6"im PROVISION LINES Tampa andfndirs.; with' stage line,for Newnansvffle. Tuesday, U

the next ten years, could increase in multitude of questions to whichwe Plantation&X. Springfield suburb a spcialty. / SELL FOR CASH At CEDAR KEYS:with steamera"and from Netr
immigration. Correspondence solicited. abwtf$ HOTEL Orleans every i Saturday. With steamer from Key
It is not all oflife budy to subist, to the same ratio as Illinois has: folowed should require answers ; there 3. METROPOLITAN West and Tampa.Fridays; from these places.Than-,
her would reach would be little trouble i in acquiringsuch i AMD AT days. With Steamer CoOl.from Tampa.Sunday:fcr
lire ; and the great: difficulty, almost poplation 382,254. B. C. DREW fIlE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES' Tampa Mondays. With Steamer Wawenock.firos. *,
of for thin Of the States above mentioned, knowledge as contained in J i JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Suwannee Fridays:.CorSuwanaee,Tuesdays; "
impossibility! providing a
D. E.JoIAXWELL.'t' :
California and Oregon have been general descriptions, but'the informa- Merchants,Loggers, Hotels,Boarding Houses and 4
and widely scattered population: of only ATTORNEY AND \ Will remain open during the Summer for the accommodation families are idtited to examine my goods and prices. '_S'IJ v'
stimulated by the discoveries of gold we should most highly prize
Iwo and a fraction to the square mile. COUNSELLORATLAWOffice and parasols to_be had at Bucky's.
would be that which would be'derivcd of the travelling public and citizens generally.
within their bounds and Minnesotahas i ,
The absence of good roads, facilities for In the Freedman Bank ** THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES ..
new dingcornet
transportation, advantages of church, really, within the lime limited, from the average inhabitants, the cultivators Pine and Forsyth Streets,Jacksonville,Fla.; tIE. ..
Prices Reduced. .
into her vigorous life and of the soil. .. AMdKEWS. I.).c. mlt". Greatly PAID FOR. COUNTRY PRODUCE OF ALL KIND BROCK'S LINE
6chool, and post-office facilities, and sprung
I growth.But This is the kind information that I-IY __ or ,
for social inter- ---- 51 -
opportunities frequent RATS PER DAY, $2. o I'and

course and interchange of thought and in the States of Illinois, Wisconsin we must be prepared to furnish. The 1 M. & II. J. BAKER StftW & WH1TLOCK. ,RIVER STEAMERS1tdSUMMER .

feeling whi<'h are each day more and Texas, and Minnesota the'increase various counties 'as we very well J liberal: terms by the week and month. Successors. to Thos.. A.Willson,. ., ;$.

more recognized as essential to civil- of their ratio for the whole know, differ widely in their characteristics ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.* dALlaS litGRAIN. SCHEDULE. '"

ized existence, at once detract largely country is fairly attributable to immi. surface, soil, productive capacity Or net: Reed's Building, ,TABLE BOARD AT REDUCED RATES' ..'FLOUR, AND FEED '
and adaptation to .different )T\N and'after MONDAY, APRIL iith. the*
(rom the value of life to those who gration from other States, and from VJ Wharf T
Floti leave daily
Jacksonville, o'. ers of this line will Shipyard ;
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dwell here, and deter strangers froncornir.g. foreign countries. Now, if from their kinds of,crops.and ,varjous_!industries. The patronage cubs public respectfully solicited. (Sunday excepted),at 8 o'clock. : &....forPALATKA' -
One portion of the State be well ,AMI M.BAKm. RflITOWJ.cAlls.c .. : .' j""tdI--; '"
ratio of above may CORN MEAL, HOMINY. CRACKED
growth, as given, you .
: J. B.TOGNI Proprietor. teu
adapted to another to cotton
The establishment of roads, the take the general ratio of growth, ,as- sugar, : H. SUMMERS, April ssth 1774. "ssw3D' CORN RYE MEAL, GRAHAM <<..
certained above to be cent. another to fruit, and another to the and Intermediate landings and return urns day.
construction and of railroadsand 34 per '
canals, and the support prosecution of all then we shall have for these States the raising 'of stock; and the peculiar 'ATIORN Y-AT-LAW ; Gent'slumiahinlloods low atBuky'a. FLOUR,CRACKED WHEA.T,&c:. 'Ibroqlutea for .,-'*- ,

State enterprises of moment and importance following ratios of the increase, whichis adaptation' ? are precisely what newcomers I. :ALSO. NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER ,SCROLL SAWING &: WOOD TURNING .ENTERPRISEand
attributable the of f .
all languish in the absence fairly to effect .
Men who are, worth having"want .. I TO ORDER. intermediate landings will leave as above on Toes.
ofthat without which immigration alone : Office..Patkibuilding.' i t 1 and Wednesday and Sau>
population return
they to know of a .State or section what OTEL AND RANGE GROvE. :I:1'S' .. .
tannot thrive. Illinoil-+. ___ 66U percent .. .. Wood ,Sawed, Split, and Deliveredby '' -'%
\\'iia.....__..__iz4 per ceac.1.u. actually has been done there, ,not L... PLInI11CG.: H. I _Shippers arc requested' send freight down during
DAlfaL .
Imagine all this to be changed. .....__._...._ -..I493 l percent. p. P.PLIkZNG.j I.i' 'FOR' OR the afternoon. .J, i."J
B. thinks Cord
what A..or or C. or pre- or 4-aotf J.BROCK.Aient.tt
Suppose- the steamers and sailing vessels Supposing, then, that for the next be LEMING & DANIEL, I r. .
sumes might done. The: collection '
arriving here to be filled with in ten years the same power of increase and dissemination of this information -- F I ;We will tent for the season or sell oa easy terms' Ross"Block.Bay Street.opposite our Mffl and WharJACKSONVILLE. Ducky sella the best white vest. .. ;. ......

coining settlers the railroad cars arising from immigration, were applied is the most valuable work that ATrORNEYSAT.I4OjpIcz : 'THE ALA cHACOor ORANGE HOUSE, .,FLA. '"

thronged with men women and children to Florida and with like resultsas OF SEHEDULE. '
can be done for immigration. : Reeds Block corner Ocean and Cay Strets 1 Near 'Mellonville Orange' Co., Florida I T. A. WitacTi.. 1S-66 ,!.,_ .:Bmoa CHANGE :: : :

seeking a new home, the forests in the case of Texas, in ten! years If the 'various societies would induce Jacksonville. Fla.. | ;

along the highways leveled, and thou- the population of Florida wouldbe 3-at-ty WITH THE FARM". ORANGE GROVE ANDNURSERY TO EVERYBODY. ,
their MPORTANT Point withdraw tot I
members to give, in their ATTACHED: IM The steamer City aviaC been

sands of new homes established. 3501360In other words' Florida! own meetings, full and minute re KNIGHT, :'t" : Summer. repairs, ,u......_"Zc.....
Imagine the old fields again cultiVated would receive an addition to her population ports'of [the success attending their THIS PROPERTY IS MOST ELIGIBLY If you w ii.h a genulne'artic.mnt.: ) way"of Cigars ,
'. THE ,
: .
: manufactories established in in ten earsofao9935.; Now LOCATED I miles from the Steam-< .
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various agricultural experiment accurately ATTORNEY ATLAW, ,_ Wines,Liquors,&c.: .go to .: '! :.1.1r'_
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every section of I > boat Lake Monroe.
plenty work for all, if you suppose that this:.immigrationbrings to" s Landing on L CAPTAM LEO VOGEL
1 observe'nd retain the B. TOCNf.If ,
and plenty of hands for the work the : ,: ''. .: .
:. an average amount,of property entire cost of the ,various the No. s Hoeg's Block;op stain;' I
property of the State doubled tre equal to that in statistics given to some WOl.untn further 1I dce,1ca.
or results ,quantity and the net profit, .35iwIy: Jacksonville 1. SURPASSED-while no part of Florida combines -. E. .
bled, and the rate of taxation propor- classes of immigrants from foreign .. so many advantages to the grower SAVANNAH every WEDNESDAY *
and then collate and epitomize these of TROPICAL FRUITS. you wish to take recreation la a good game e
tionately diminished, and the whole lands, of $500, there would be an in and 'ROBINSON, : ,for Florida,arriving in JACKSONVJL1XIevery
embody' the facts thus Saloon .
reports C J r----: Billiards,go to J.TOGNfS ,Ba.meet. ;
country blooming as the rose. What. creseot. the actual property othe. gleaned in their quarterly ." : IhotaOldhetoretb.FUtSTMONDAYlaHARCHaeat THURSDAY. f. '** & ,
a change would thus be in of 8 reports: 'ATlORNEYAT4.AWJAso : ,the property win oa that day be offered at public I
State ; ;
wrought ? ten years, $Io4) 7Soo; ,. thus would ,be gathered and, authenti. sale to the highest bidder. ,.toFLEMING RETURNING "

The members of these societies all irrespective of the rise .of value. .9; f cally!reported a vast amount of just ..NOTARY' PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER & DANIEL ,,#.,tNJ

know the thousand obstructions offered real estate, and the addition given to that useful and accurate informationfrom U. S. CIRCUIT COURT.5 'Attorneys Imported Bass Ale on draught. CaD ,for it at]. B WUtleave, PALATKA, CYerJ.nIDA moraine .
iu Office: No.a Masonic Block. IA. Jacksonville.Florida. '
ol years past to the regular course the property of the State by,the results -: which coujd be selected precisely 5 j I. .OctiJsr.', 'tr;. tf TOGNI'S at the Metropolitan Billiard Saloon and JACKSONVILLE SATURDAY morning ito

improvement and advancement, necessarily to accrue from such a the information most neededin O. "WRIGHT 3-25-3m suit'the tide. FERNANDINA same day arriving,

which necessarily resulted from those reinforcement of the productive l labor : 'AU shades braids and chignons: at Buckr's. .
spreading-abroad a full knowledge! in SAVANNAH and every -
untoward events which constitute the of the State. ATTORNEY AT LAW \ AVINGS BANK.THE' .
of the actual mducements'offered by S DAY. ,," ;,' yA
body of the of this i : SALE.. ..
history State.
Tossed So much, it is apparent from i the the State to immigration. 'Reed"lJ1ock'BarSt.,Jacksonville: FR TH'ROUCHTCXETS'AND BILLS OFiLAD-J
like a foot-ball from nation FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS &: TRUST CO., <
nation to statistics of actually possible power Again, the idea that immigrationfrom : 'W1U practice: lube different courts of the Setat.lections VERY CHEAPI! ING GIVEN J.1. _V4 ..n
sacked and devastated the '', .
by under favorable. circumstances drompdy attended to. i J-'SI" ,
may other States not wanted and BXANCH.
was JACaSOJlYJU& iIfRAVENEL&co.cbarieatas
alternate AGENTS t. i' f)
depredations of Spanish, be {fkrtt vna'll Farms, neqr the Cily limit
French accomplished by immigration.Such would not be welcomed by the people .
English, and the Indians H. A. PA.-rrnoX.. A. I.MIKE.pATTISON Deposit of any amount. received from individuals, : : v )''"
then being its possible of this State '
power has operated l largely to ONE OF TEN ACRES. *
never having had one single ten business firms and societies: on which Interest Wilt its BRAINARD & ROBERTSON,Savannah. '"
yearsof there is no doubt.that the question keep back many who otherwise would : & MEEK,' Cleared land: no other improvements. ,
peaceful allowed ,
prosperity ; and we are JEFFREYS,BRO&: SON,Feraandlna.1 *
how we'may all the most effectivelyassist have cast in'their lot with us. :However ONE OF TWENTY ACRES. -
not, like strangers, astonished the : Deposits may be sen: by express,la current funds .' jUJ'1lEYS *".;Jl
at ATTORNEYSATLAy.Office vines and &: BRO.JacboavWs
carrying on the good work o the fact maybe so far s'a'few : About fifteen acres In eultlnflon 500 grape '
poverty of our resources and the scan is' fruit trees nnderdralned clay subsoil; on*of the best or Vy nail la postal money orders and bank draft*. R. J. ADAMS Palatkav.. .. ',..a
immigration, a practical questionas of the 'narr w'.minded of our '
tiness of our ReQua's building Jacksonvffle. Fla. places for gardening.: ; The Bank I II from % P. also,
population. open daily 9 M. to I if.; T.A.PACETTI SL.AgstIa.;*
it is .
important as Interesting.And citizens concerned
We are none so well ONE OF TWENTY ACRES, .
also : ,
know the illimitable re- '- ,a1 on Saturday evenings, for deposits_only,from 6 to 8 .
here it is pertinent observe the members' of balance good pine S-t3tf I.; .ojt. !
sources of as agricultural About four acre In cultivation. .
this lovely State, could that while DOBBINS .&. IVERSON, / woods on King's road o'clock. .....
a success equal to that societies know that as far as relates. to : CAU'L ; ;;t; 5
they VSi
only be _
J W.SW AtM. Cashier-
developed. We 4-isytw
that Florida are confident which elsewhere has followed well- the main 1 body of our: citizens, thereis Dealer iii Real Estate., Wluch 's Building.Bay St. WANTED TO RENT.r ('j..:' .

can sustain as large directed effort ought not, perhaps to ,GUN .AND LOCKSMITHS, W. EARL, .'. -
a population the not only a willingness that strangers R .. 1';
on same space, as be expected still one who choosesto ; A CONVENIENT DWELLI G,..
any part of the any should come, but a cordial and earnest ; "
earth. And when we. inform himself will find ALSO ELWrTRO-PLATING. ANl CILNd, pJEAIJTHIyEALTH PRACTICAL
come to reflect that Florida that i in desire 'that all should 'come''who' : | ? 'IN A FIRST CLASS CENTRAL LOCA1'10r..t. .

densely populated as were some of the as 1 almost every State of the West and wish, and a disposition to extend to 9-3 .At the sign at the HG LOCK. !k. -AND- PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER. FOR A SMALL FAMILY.' .. t ".'..>"c'"

Present States in Southwest the extent of the increasehas all who',do come a hearty .welcome. ,, reside here PEJUiANENT AND,CAREFUL TENANT: :
the Union she would : 1 RECREATIO5 Having decided to :permanently will be '
contain nine and been exactly proportionate to the And.therefore a. public' etp.ressi) of T> E..J9UNSp ..M.. D., I'! : I t glad to receive orders from all requiring work done inOWNING. I Ap
one-fourth millions '!
ohnuabitants power and skill) manifested in direct that feeling welcome.on the. part 11ne. Ii i jatthe FLoRIDA SAVINGS BANK"'

; and when we contrast the work of of HOMCEOPATHIC: LANDS FOR MINING .. .,. .
the actual ing the machinery immigration of, these societies, by the of GLAZING, and L\. I ;-:<
present with such a sup- passage PHYSICIAN AND .-SI/RGEON./ done in the best manner. ?HE ,OCEAN HOUSE,' ," tI
the ;I
,means given to
posed future-startled carryon appropriate resolutions, would go far ORANGE .GROVES, COLONIES, i
we ask ourselves L ""' Orders left at Davis&: Drew** Furniture Wa/ehout
the 1 'ik! .
work and the "
general interest these Office side Street.In Dr.:Robinson's ,
how is this to dissipate baseless notions north of Bay FARMS MARKET-GARDENS will receive prompt attention -
remedied ? and how can it be felt by the people>ftbe several Stat'es.And The answer then to 'be 'tade 1 new building.next block east of Nation*! HoteL. : tggtt; I JACKSONVILLE i
1 And tht:Question whether to I .: VILLA ,SITES, TOWN. REFERENCES: ..., <

labor any scheme, however or plan well directed of "nmigrational i in place another, viz :' remark That whatever: also entirely skepticism .. the that'the question agricultural with which societiestan i we began.render is-, i W.R.; ., ANNO, ,;, ,, :, ;,, ...', ,. LOTS.., Jacksonville, S. L BBOXJB,Fla, Esq.. ," andCl.: L,.Roanraow, ,'Faq :Centrany located and flrsKlass' la all fa appoints!?.i._ 4 ,

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of can acCOtflplishanything may existas. to the results to be the'' most '.effectual assistance' in ..I1 ATTORNEY.AT.LAW FOR SALE ON .SANFORD'S GRANT win remain, open" during. tie Sum-ner, months,4' : -,,!
significance, is hoped, there.is no State in the whole the tiii ", : ", Acwrr. ;:.T.JAMEb., -
question. of importance promoting work of the Bureau 6f i .1 ;< f >7' L. If. MOORE !" ';':>'
to all, and Union that .Office,la.Red' Block, Bay Street.. Sanford.' TRANSIENT BOARD
can .
a more powerful .. : : ,
entirely array .
Immigration .
pertinent to the work f Lid t f" '. tL. I t. LIVERY & SALES STABLES 'tti! qt
these .
societies.tkflOWledge. phalanx of 'the strongest inducements First i, by; .the; public discussion, .1' :!MJwm! .F I ,. SALE OR.RENT, : '*2 PER ,DAY orzo PER WIZKots .,-:

immigration, than can be placed in adoption and of reSolD FOR' CECIL&: THRASHER Proprietors.' .5 .3 "1
publication -
of .& BASNETT 'j 1 : ON ,LAKE; MONROE. Very reasonable arrange mad with permanen
what : ; "
immigration the field in behalf of 0'1
has done for the in our own' State. tions embodying! the feeling -of welcome ,CALL ,', :i.. io:, .. .. ;. ,.' Having purchased these wefl.kaown StsIiIcs.west'o1St. .boarders.' 5 ." ,:**

and for country general i' With our imcoraparable climate, .for i Immigrants from'all-'parts of LAW_ -' ,I rOr ,;. 0' .' I ,: :-,i,.' ''-;, '.I ','<'. James Hotel,* d added a'superior stock of mules I MRS.'C.'L.BUFFING OK. {'.t
part.icular State will enable the 'Ii I' and horses,carriages sad other vchicIeswe an prepri. ''
liS bCtter rtoJudge f I demonstrable healthfulness of our the world,. which;is truly entertainedby ., Two new Cottages. near' the. Steamboat. Landing*. Jacksonville,May sj.,if''. ;,: ,

t l.a applied to lts possible power State t the abundance,pf ,cheap lands, the 'great bulk bf the. citizens of MO-In Reed's.Building tip stain. .; r l SANFORD '." .. edtoGUARANTEE SATISFACTION : .. '

our necessities. Exam- the infinite variety of surface and soil .. JACKSON VILLE'Pta 1 Sr LASS FURNISHED HOUSED
Inane then ; our State. -" ; ; : .. selection'. weO rate tor hir
the statastlcal :. .. AUC?, In ranetyter a* a* ) aac r FI .
find' tables, we our jHimitable and valuable forests Second the price for sal*. .'">
r nCertaaD facts ofgreat interest. by preparation and BUESING IthigiIWT'.oWeaiy. :acres.a,desirabrvostory We have cow SIXTY HEAD OF HORSES AND 1mFOR. JACUOJrYUU 1. '
, our infiinite: variety: of crops,. the publication, of careful and accurate :A. ,." '- MULES and to maintain COMI'LETE ;"'; tn-.I.
PouUtf rate of increase in cI1ai, etacbdEults.bls ESTABLISHMENT OF THE KIND AS CAN A JL '
the wonderful house with Jarge; c-rooa AN S. '
vegetable production 'pcspctfuny of the dt! tad I -
on of scope reports, not only bf the peculiar l character calls: the attention ml laer- BE FOUND IN,THESOUTH. ,
_ 1790 the whole country;: ,.from and the;great ease and chants to t. e BEAUTIFUL SOAP he manufactures.It Bo&nnne-hOuae. ", ; '..' The mdenigaed intending to maow U-hlslaaI .
iV.60'? hat varici : facility 'capacity,and 'productions. of U the best Washing. Barber and Toilel Soap ever for a Person desiring horses or carnages on SaDda, JIWII.applr don will sett his rtsidenc* o.Adams Street,acar tlMKStjame
between with which the tillage of Ihe' soil' mad ., This Soap i put p la boxes contain*80 lbs ulc :si if ,"fA"* *-*8jawirr "'* >* 'ft. .u 'a cues 0' ,'!
can the various'counties 'but .*. :, e da1 pteI- 'IIC1. *a4 Grad NatUmal Hotrf
** j iD' : also'. _reports? ; J.ppli H. '. ..,, .. ., .,.. .
:each ten be and 90 Mrs. LDsTOREST,1 CECIL &.1TitRASHERJI:' T '>* 4 4" H.a. SANFORD
AI ears. Q
;" aum.a g tbe average: of.three to be : conducted! i.w; ; .b all! these. e.n. edearflo'jIl giyjng' the, results of actual'experi-\ \ '.'j-1'--'--'\,!&ouJA"be. .a4dreued'. .!< II I ,
a ; A: D u tWUtf
: 'J npv -.di/ll. March '. .174-
I.J c: : :
ig 7akflOcSt'tn.
\ 'I1 iH&wsgd'
I.i\\ ( in.the.cultivation > i .
rncnts 41..i.icula.
: It "- I $'.er ". if' "VIII roJackoItvUi.Ja.h. It:>'r '7, '37S '

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.: : THE NEW SOUTH1 .-. fa Bilievingathat rJuwll: not longer .,.It'maybe j possible' for a "real genuine- The Inside Channel of the St. Johns Yet,.if men wili.speculate outside ol --General"" NePir.Toseph quake shook the m

suffer this outrage RepubtCn Democrat' of the "Jeflersonian type of Bar. their chosen calling we would suggest The shocks extended tottinft

).* ". >artv and cindid.\tc of this tt the Jacksonian Democracy" to dehve Those'ho have earnestly and con- hat even this might be done more safely II. Bradley, who was disbar Randazzl\, aDd destroyed severalhoriL1
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t ) ADAMS CAR RUTH & CO. continue, but will take prompt and decided scientiousfy that the. wise,course red from the Court of the District London, September
10. tCaIkt71H.J idea of whist is, supposed to urged ban is usually the case. If s' man sees Supreme .Tbe
measures to render the Union an election aDl1ua1
'-4 e __________ __ __ ally and not an opponent, we remain, constitute much toasted **Dehiocratin to be taken for 'the speedyand'generalimprovement where"there may be'large gains, attended II. Surratt Columbia in during Jor the trial ol.John day and for Alderman Lord Mayor took p1Ate0
1867 David
: J. S ADAMS EDITOR of the whole State, as well with risk let him not his contempt court, I ,'eDI'J 8toDt
obedient endanger
r : ..-____. _ respectfully, your servants. theory of:sound nationaf finance" from and who was afterwards charged with was chosen.
ri In the next issue the Union replied as the jumble vojf authoritative announcementa as that of this locality.,was_first to take capital by embarking a large portio-n.of sending a threatening message to the Paris September 29.-It

,: ,heal TO of CORRESPONDENTS Local IntercM* *are oliciud AND frwm all OTHERS.I oldie. follows ofi it thai wo hive cited bdt-'co' 'mmedjato! Advantage ,of the ':Inland it, but,take only so much as he can afford jUtotico holding that court.'(Judge Fisher that the Council of Ministers&3SH

put Channel to Feniandina, will be strongly : ,) has been restored to the list of at- to request the wile
*<* Abo communications on subjects general AN "orEN" IEPLT.7b other mortal can. t o sink ,without crippling himself.i If hewm of Don Carioa
.latorat,especially ed&iIauowalr cifcl and Ibjuunal confirmed in the follow torneys. leave the French to
to4 .' ConexpoBdeau mak tbi letters as John R. Scott and Philip On the other hand, with ''the'simple theiropinion by in the venture, iellibeIosenitIsstill ; frontier immediatey.)
brief M the CiCU and circunuianccs will permit. Cltmiant letter from General Gm ore whose The President returned to Washing- Madrid September 29.UnoffidlT
We .re sot raponiibl; f"..opinion. *|iicmd by 'ourcorrcpodet Walter, ? declaration that they favorsuch a finanCial ng well well--he cangoon and not suffer! ton Wednesday; and Vice President dispatches have Wn
>tt. Rejected manuscripts can neither The of the Union imiiiarity with the whole matter' is will others suffer him lie nt'tivehere'at&
L b*returned ndrpr erved. Aooa>moot contributions publishers hereby policy as shall ft"ordtho largest 1'lief nor through Wilson hopes his health will enable 'him ing that the fighting in the
that Po'iDee
: will M*be noticed.. return to you their thanks for the gratuitous to the business(the country thaIs known. :It will be remembered tat will only have less money than before. to assume his official duties next session.A Navarre between: the Car lists o(
r.4 --- with the Union and its Jacksonville and the
muddling and while take the consistent ,with a full l and_ scrupulous meeting of the citizens. Still we incline to leave speculations Washington 'dispatch days the officers Republican troops under Gcn.lbrionet
REGULAR REPUBLICAN TICKET.Kir Lu&ilEs] doing so, recently held committee was appointed who for of the Supreme Court of the United continued on Friday last
of financial to thoso are good nothing'eJse making
: occasion to remark that If you, for your discharge all the., obligationsof days' conflict. I four
States These
'r J Member of Con nt District, private and pltica purposes, desire to the countryand the preservation of to asct'rtain. correspondence with the professional gamblers. A welt! es- arranging are at time present records busily amid business engaged of.the in that on the 22d, the batoHtoiSo sta5
WI PURMAN control the honorable General Gillmore. hU opinion 6f thor the l III--
J. rls the ablbhed well conducted business is
the national ,
'a faith unsullied Kepubicari court in anticipation of its meeting on the surgent atuu-ked Gen. Morione'
way to do it, and that is by purchasing feasibility of improvingthe: bar at the sufficiently honorable, for of 12th of October. the af Bersam.;near' the &rnJy
confidence the
I J or Mvfeber Concretk*d District it. all criticism on the assurance party: points, with i to any .man, All justices of town of Toofj

4 .: JO:IAH T. WALLS. Waiving and tie weakness exhibited by what it has done in the past, and asks I mouth of the St.'John?. 'He answers. as reasonable, and healthy) aspirations, and court are expected to be present at the A in sanguinary the conflict ensued resulting

I, .: UVAL COUNTV- TICKET, tour .. Proclamation," and Tour right that by that past 'its future shall be follows, : ,ve .long! ,to see the day when the system opening. whole repulse line. Their of the loss Carlists along tit?

to out to us the line ol duty THE ST. JOHN'S OUTLET. September 28.-A New Orleans special was very .
:, I :' party udged. oC gambling ,all the great commodities They
1 Stpttor CELL
:: For Senatorial District, Jou'who have hardly been in the UaitBD STATES'EKCIMCM Orwicz. says the Conference Committee 'on the were compelled! to ask the Repm..
: ". '' JOSEPH DURKEE. long enouh to understand its principles.patty .It,shows a' reduction,in a little more NEW YORK Sept. ti, z84 J 4 may. be at .an, end } ,when business :, part of the Democrats decided last evenIng laans f.'r medical assistance.The .
r ," k : 1'r Members(the Anscmbly, five the Me"". J. J.; Firilev, C. Codrington, .. shall be business ,
and its polity, with the respect the oc than yeJ.rs.of' S382,000,000.in. to accept the proposition of the Kelogir -

A .* JOSEPRE.LEE.AL.IREDGRANT. casioir demands, we arc, gentlemen. national debt that was caused byt the B. BaWwin and A'. K. Sawyer;,Jacksonville -; : party in relation) to ,the Board of International Rifle Coatest

; ," TUE PUBLISHERS OF Tl UNION' Florida: .The recent, heavy rains did agreat State Canvassers, wh'cb is that the' Democrats The long
: F efforts of the Democracy to subvert the GENTLEMEN have the honor to : expected trial of skill k.

)1' ". J Republican. State. Central Committee for And also in, another.aridc saying: government of the 'co n j.'for its devotion acknowledge the receipt of your_:com: deal of damage and c.\osclliuts of discomfort -j tWlHID be the allowed Board.' a representation of oecure4 tween tAmerican' "and Irish riflemen

i .Florida.P. andthat since \biunicition of the inst., in behalf of at and near Savannah. : Creed moor" ranw
to universal liberty
The Union has not rendered Mr. Wallsa
I Wae. H. CLKASUK, EAOAN.Secretary September 28. -Captain Semmes, Executive near New York city on the 26th ulL
.' : 4 .- UUrfoa. Ji.trkta. very hearty support ; but it i not: heCIUbe the close of'' the war a< reduction'' has: be ciizcns of Jacksonville, Florida -E. F. Bryan has been. ecled.Sup Officer of the P acola- Navy and resulted in favor of the AmericanT
flic of the [or '
subject improvement '
Ii : ,1. Hiram Putter.. ij. H. S. Hat1IIon.Ii' he is ,colnlel man. because been made of 1300000000. It shows upon tbli brat the mouth of the 81. John's rintenIen; of the Savannah Cotton Yard; is convalescent from,yel llovv. fever the score of tb .tJrte ranges standing-l

,! .1. ,. j.t. W j.W.iiwier.:J. )*urni,.., 1 14$. H..'T.Braun-Day-, he because has been ol bero'tlctc\;inci-nor an 'annual s:vingtoi' ] the peop1 by: this river,' ,a Exchahgcyi'ce.. G-M.: Cunningham. .re- Po'strausler) 'General Jewell' family Americans 93,1 Irish, 931. The eontt'St. -

4. Smith I-iawson 16. J. W. HowcB. any thereto I'woald that thedre4itm. wilt sailTrom Liverpool this first week was very'spirited and the bes ,of
j. W. H. Haukla. *1. ). D. Tanncbill. .leUt 01 his belongings. But it is because "eduction, of $20,000.000 in the taxation In'cply say rigned.r. in November and! come direct 'to Wash eeling prevailed on all sides. Tbe
.6. M. L. Steam*. 18. few Jonei the half 'the 'the-'ni ;. which hltl. some extent See--
he i is nut best nor : so a interest'ori .
ipci'ssary to'pay '
good : r- Savannah News 'after earerulsurveyui of the Irish
a .f
etary team said
Bupert CWicn. I?. W. H. LeCaU brtuf carried 01 by the ,United States gum.Piltsliurg : I C6n-
this district is entitled }
t. Samuel Walker, .0. O J Alden ; repref-eiUaiive us : ional debt. skier it the roust
the sul >cfi-: the rice remarkable
f. Ruben Mcacham, WI. \V. H. Gteason.tt. Jo. Hu is not to blame for this, but i ij! upn! that bar .under my direction has >jc says' crop ; September 28.-The striking that has taken contest
; ,': .* : .. Ucnois Lagan. J '1'. A1_bee, entitled to a great deal of credit for bens While this' reduction has Lcen accomlisiied revvc I beeirregurded; by me'in the.light jf that section promises to equal if not miners .ire- (burning the dwellings outdid ouwlve.ever and place. We utterly
W. / *
*1 '.: at.. Wia.I. L BrockU. >. Scats. .13...-.&-i I. % arc. so much of u man as he is, und the > it :'sliows; that siniuHaneously: fa permanent, improvement, but only us exceed that of' last year. -which was to deprive the Italian substitutes ofshel- outdid .'. It wa! un issue yon, surprisingly that Sid) -
r ; I' Union him diminution taxes has been 4 temporary amelioration of the serious er.i, we :
5 is not disposed to'disparage ; a ot nude, 22,471 casks. but,under the
j; npt expect, circumstances
I ftETBlUCAN'CONORBSSIOhAL FXECtrTTV'CoMMITTM.SHCOKD k'' him in nil arid hstncle to navigation. there encountered, *. ,
Wei l n .Omaha.September 23.-Thfl Twenty
fcriOUSncs9' annual taxation of the i
but hr. which contest that
the we are ,not ashamed
I DISTKlCT. the bcbt of feelings if time nd I have nt all times' entertained! seri- .Chicago is now in hot) water on ac. third Infantry,, arrived from of.
;; ::, As a matter of convenience, thnse wUhing to correspond every people has been lessened by the snni of doubts the D a not consider me ,a. an individual.
of wisdom of
he allows himself think of the us expending the Arizona is ,under
: with to matter count pf! ,Board of, Underwriters. now orders to go to hut
: regard
member the Executive me
Zlrpublican speaking for
r any the
( und that this has been llt public mOllt'yn that in entire
5300,000,000 way"except
I '
he does not the Union Of ; \vOlt'nns. .
Committee of this District we append the list if that agree-with mall threatening to withdraw from that inflammable team, when I say that we have Iud l
: :i course ho does, because Mr. Walls is brought about 'by relieving from taxation Sums. Lung Branch
I : .minft. with post-uffice addruscs; The Times is September 29.-A fire no such contest before in our lives
Tho city. profane ,
appropriation of $10,000 made at nor
.: ; Hon I. R.SCOTT.Chairman.JacWmville.IUn. not deficent I in good sens Then whya the necessaries of every family, and occurred this morning in the Atlantic1, have we ever before' met with. snob admirable
,' ic last session of Congress available, and the, Tribune is
,. A> \ KI"GHT. Treasurer. Jacksonville.I'IIUJF candidate' Because his ambition practical-advising HelrabohPs ,
formerly block. and spread marksmen
1 leaving the ourdun of taxation the as you Americans."
WAITU. Secretary Jacksonville.Hon. heads it. upon under the law; for dredging on the St.Johu' the homo
I E. G. 'ohMon.c Ilm'to organization companies.: rapidly. Owing lack of leili-
:. Ci.y. luxuries of those who can afford to $ bar lor det-penin the inside proper -
next pay or
Hon. U.S. Harmon. G.i.>bnvulc, In our issue we fchall state whywe ties for extinguishing it, the block ira
t ,0 Hon- E. R. Chadwick. PalalU.Hon. think the public interest has superior for them. assage between the St. Johns river and -Thomas Cavanagh, a": clerk i iti the Loss. A Stamp System for the Prepayment of

) In. Birch Dennlt Giboon E an,,QcaU.Madlsf. i : ... claims on the party and 0'1 party journalsto It shows that after incurring an aln10stir'll'all.ltlLLl uxssuii Inlet: A ""survey 'how! being employment of the Delaware! ,. Lacka- completely buildings destroyed., and probably $ OOOO150,000on on Newspaper Postage.

/ 1 .J>1. Papy, AUhtKtloc. any man's,private ones. uade of that inside passage by one of wanna'uhd Wilmington Railroad ,Company -. ontenta. Third Assistant Postmaster
I trial Kernaadina.Jorm expense in subduing an Unnecessary y'' assistants in order to obtain such

) ., ,'I.',.' A. McbonJd___ ; Mellcntille._ In' the next issue" the Union has and foolish rebellion- it has uta, in addition to what the charts of ,met with :i, terrible death near Wilmington.N. C., September ..2One (.- Jarbour h\5'60a1ly succeeded in perfect*
.i -& in the )letter be eave town, ]Morris recently. of the heaviest storms ever Ing a system of stamps of such denominations
; : not a word'to say reply to continuously diminished the consequent coast survey furnish, as will enable county exp.
Appointments. as to apply to the
\ ienced here payment of
b determine whether the shouldexpended About mile from that prevailed nearly all day any
of the committee, but an extract money a town a flagman,
'. '' :. Uoo.. J. T.\Vll i Republican nominee (for Congress gives accumulation of debt with an unexpected yesterday. The river jiven.number of-pounds of newspaperpostage
te high
'\I iu the Jkccmd Congressional. District assisted by other 1f in Hesiod ,and a borrowed criticism and unhoped for rapidity, and at the It i is upon the.bar that or tho the inside; named Thomas Hoffman, found bloodon and the telegraph lines was.were very down in from one pound one ton with-
dutin uUl.id speakers will address the people at the survey one of the wheels of. locomotive out the use- of four
a over
ju no positive every direction until this stamps. The
t HI Tnqul''ic. giving same time, has not only' sustained uninjured 'ill' be completed in about one month morning.The
following VillUmsburg.times and places. tJULc : Information ot its future course, except but has 1 largely improved the rim this date and no unnecessary delay and on a closer examination, discovered rice lands were overflowed and much basis of the system consists in the use of

"< 3d Green Cove, vill occur thereafter in tbe lieadOfthe i l.fatevictim fastened damage done .to the crop already cut. stampsof two, three four, six, eigh%
1 that will continue its opposition to the financiLl' and credit of the perfecting a nine and
I-lie O.br Sib St. pth i reputation for The storm mcasurabjy abated before ten twelve cenp, which
02. Austlne. rojijct: the '
,ht; & Ib Republican nominees. We are therefore national expending money. to the machinery. Back a mile further amounts are multiples of the two and
government.It t. midnight. damage to
shipping -
I JacUocvilli. 4thijth 'My present belief! is that it will be
J111. IQ 'h *'. left to infer that the Union is not shows that: outside of the expense thnight best to improve the inside piss the,headless body was to be seen on the > is yet reported. three cent rates of postage. Above

: ,._ -;: : : Personal as supposed by the Floridian drawingit tttcnding the liquidation of the debt of 3 and not throw, away any more track which presented a most revolting! Binghampton, N. Y.,*September 29.- twelve increasir.g celt ratio the stamps of twelve will, run in an
m. on the bar in limited spectacle. 'It could not ascertained The morning passengtr train from Utica theyreach
I, ; B.fl.CiimpEq.Sptcta1Agentifthe very mildly, independent paper he rebellion! the per' capitexpense of ney providing ninety-six i inclusive, which will
ard lempotary relief. how the accident occurred on the Utica and Chenango Valley Railroad -
hut sheet owned
simply a be the denomination
the is the greatest of
Post-Office cent
", Depaitmcnt, passed through government My' wish is that public money in'my came in collision with a gravel '
entirely' by Republican officials, and of recent Democratic. ad- unds or under -The counsel for Theodore Tilton train tumps. The ncxt'above will be the $2
: the city, yesterday, but-tnadc no stop.Mr. average any my contiol, bball be dis- between Oxford and 'Norwich. :
has in charge the re-fitting aimed.ntinuahIy at the nullification of ministration. ; mrsed where it" will do the most good. failed to file tie notice, of issue in the suitor about 12 o'clock. The passenger train :tatnp.The temamfng dollar stamps
; Camp : will be $3. $G, $12, $:U, 836 and $60.
; > the St. Auguslinu Pust.Oflleewith carte the wishes ot the,party. I the Repubican With such a showing- Republicans J My Hews of the St. Johns river im- seduction brought ,by bU client was badly' wrel'keMr.. Chills, mail There will not lie to exceed twenty*

\ uf the State jroveoent have been given in my, annual : agent and Grilling, a newsboy weretilled.
Acting-Governor cannot tolerate and smile nt I against Rev. henryVnrd Beecher to three denominations of stamps. Genera
7 blanch to make It a No better can easily any up -
good one. rport, to the Chief of Engineers,' I Some train hands und several.
; restrain from open and direct opposition amount of financial the the 20th ult. This will the ClS0I ) Burhour is now engaged in computing
: man could have been sell'ctcl. for all ; vaporing on ind pvMishud' by Congress. I have but prevent passengers were badly injured.
the tables be
Who know him respect him. to the party a'paper which, is. enirely part of the "genuine old Democracy." one copy in my possession'or' I would being placed'on the,calendar for the October On Monday night the 28th, Fort Sum- use of postmasters to, T.hey printed will give fur the the

owned by himself: und officials un- ,hecrfilly supply you with copies t rm'. Mr. Morris says he' will ter, in Charlestun*harbor was'discovered ijrgregate, postage and denominationsof

,The Florida A criculturist, der his control, it furnishes an ugly Our Count" Ticket.The'couhty'ticket _I clull he 1 fruhi'yiiu gLdto) receive this any farthersugesion treat the case the same as any other; to'be on fil'e. caused by the high water stamps to be employed the pay.

., for the termination of the : upon subject. reaching some lime st led there. ment of
argument ncrn } Ian that there is no use in rushing it on the newspaper postage on every
.I 1 OCvbtch'the ltt; Jssue JiM received, I 1 longer control of an Executive so con'essedly ltedlli'the obedient gentlemen servant, very respectfully October; term calendar'hcn there are I tat little damage was done. pound, from one pound to 2,000 pounds
their late ;
a specimen number under tho Republicans at Convention in your The[ tables make of
fair care- Albany. N. Y.. September 29.-The upwards ,100 pagesof
luI4 of inefficient. If, as another ofof Duval county, i H good one und givesvery Q. A. GILLMORE, so many.otherc\sca ahead of .it, which adjourned Liberal Con"ention'rt'solv'ed. legal cap paper. It 13. believed by
'-'.c& ;I; S Mr. Codringtou' is cditorla1\irlcin the official owners stated in this city, general satisfaction so far as we. U.ArDl Cot) .Eng'n. Brev't., Muj. Gen. U. S.Tle'i'rgumcnt will have, to await their tarn. "The to make'no nominations,, and to, recommend \jst-office officials that the revenue from

ri; VluaLle the ".feia organ: i ,run as a merematter can learn. There are of course some ; case," were it on the. calendar, would! l the J.iberllltepubJicans and Indc- the newspaper r postage under the nevryste'nf -
for aiim in interested otthosexh
laThe cultivation I..t I.
favor the '
any Vraj lendents to only honest will approximate $J.000,00
of support men, a
anI JDerup- have to over until November
M ; or -
D nl'.maing" go
: '. of the soil. Every man \yholm for lopes extinguished,and some aspirationsthat rnmic'iatc! improvement'and nsc' of the perhaps und those who most n'tly represent the year, of which amount New York alone

r even a garden only can -well nfforJ cratic patronage is Sught it, by catering will have to deferred and per- nsile channel is, that there i b not at longer.' J rinciples enunciated the organizationof will p. y about 600000. This also, bat '

: to take and fhould to Democracy all political hal'i some individual discontent; but jrc&'i't of -.In !1834 George ''Mailer! founded -a the'' party at Cincinnati 'and 'subsejuentrjr reduced rate of about (In -hI\J( the
preserve ai sufficiency on
carefully, questions: as matter'' of dollars and* : production reaffirmed at the State Conven- present. ratf. It will remembered
f the of well aome.for the care.anil education
the Florida Agriculturist/ *' majority Republicans seem the ,railroads or-
cenls, t..uld.e. I known und generally St. Johns and the to tons, and.who also stand} committed by. hat the.country papers Circulate free of
pleased. orphan, depending upon means,as he action of the convention Mstage.iirthe where .
# -; If the editor mak 1 Duval Agricultural and Horticultural understood. as stt supn'tbe Joseph II. Durkee is a man as well enotgh to'warrant& or give hope of 'BOjrea came, to)him in answer to prayer for its in, nomination against the third. 'in cities where the letter1: camVr

tleethe" will not support this time ho has Presidential term centralization system is ill force, iD -which case they
,- ,) Soccty! known as he is respected tho-county : immediate support. During received of ,
.. i 1 ;1- .. 'I it would be an expenditure on the cannot be delivered "
Urent ? the the
: seat of Government' except
ll any very ) $3,035.000 in answer to power Federal -i ; postage
this" and State at large. As an officer in1 the prayer,
An ndjourocd meeting of the : is
: Society proper so to state ,in the paper, for a jartsf? Ciovernrdenti 'as requiredto I be paid., The designs of the new stamps
aDLl38 000
.: assembles' tho usu.il 'place at 10 A. M., and is Union army, as a trusted agent of theGci"t lUke tho St. John's navigable for or grown np person'shave Washington, September 'SO.- Post-- have been r received and will be, deter

: taI. Mr. Gclpkenthe chief proprie- manly out-spoken opposition more rnOle'nt'inmatt rs'of 'delicacy i and sca-foing steamers. But that on the been taught in the various schools, mt.s er.General Jewell has just issued mined upon at once.'2ft T..Herald.JHI3CELLANSOUS. .
: Xrr ofthe Fernandina and New York any wavering course difficulty and as Sheriff of this important othcj hand, some convenient means of entirely supported by the funds of the in order ,stating that any delinquency ,- J. ,
.. lialf-hcarted and dubious quibbling, even institution, besides the tens of thousands in the attendance the ,
lineofstearnenl' Mr. Durkee is on of clerks, ,
,! will be present andwill county, widely recognizedas t raniportation for frui: and garden truck, : .
.1 if endorsed by so respectable an old i who have been benefitted in the schools or: inattention, or' inefficiency will be 1' .
: be a man of capacity intelligence and -
glad to those interested is iitmedialely to check thedee1ne '
Ilcsiod. necessary. promptly reported that no I leuve'of ab-
gentleman as I j'- which are assisted yit.sfuds.State Spring Caidinur suits for sale at Bud,:.,-
; ,
j : ; In tnu1 IJr\ion.: It wi be reluembtred I integrity nnd a first-class business man, in' garden production that has 'settee 'with paY'\11l be' granted for f _

I', ih'at all citizens If feel 'an No, Financial Improvement the De.p decided but not contracted or illiberal ulreUlybegun$ on- the St. Johns, 'and more than thirty' days. that since the '

.1 interest in agricultural horticultural mocracy. J Republican notions. to &Simulate at once that increase of News.LmCAMBTACOUNTY.. government pays for the service of Its QL.kEENE
mployes it is expected that they will BAT 'LOat..
"1 affair*, are invited to attend the Mr. Grant formerly as t'be'confiden- production that is the siE r jACicsotimi
.4 The Democracy nrp'ghen"to a great requisite secure_ all g\'e.tlat'lr, 'strictest( attention to duty;
meetings of the Society. tial employee of'' F. Dibble made him- pcrrlmence of the line of steamers now'runnijg > hut the heads of bureaus will submit Dealer in'l\fit1'ncry. Fancy 'and Drew Goods of all'kind5.
: deal of idle talk of what to to .
,i supposed I ; The second number the Pensacola Kerp constant!, on hand the latest styles otHATS
) ; J -, self widely and favorably hmnQwnhy l his; between Fernandina and .New the Postmaster-General on the first'of
) be of a financial character, and to inveigh Gazette has"reached, .. A little more : AND"TRIMMINGS.
The Actlng-Govcrnor's Democratic with if' not' with force I faithfulness, industry reticence and in- Yorkand] to'niak6? 'possible" that rapid original matter ntfsdcd. every month, names flfsubtrdinLtes abSent ij f i ,> ,
: energy from the
Sheet kgainst the alleged want of financial telligence. lie well represents our large exterive development of the fruit and The above paper says : month, with duty'r asons during thereforprolribit previous- Also.; Ir, ,doo:':;
,: ; .. 'The Union, newspaper In .tLis city is wi dom and ; of Re- classof' industrious'i and i. energetic, ,colored veget/ble/ capacity of our State, which: There' i is no material the' change since the Ing clerks from payingor.reoeiving yuiu 'f4) ,KJD GLOVES ,!

: ":. owned and 'published by C. F; Maw. publicans economy the part laboring. men.'- : weund .known to all, but which now does, saniL..try.condition last issue. There i is nut, nor city'has been bur, luring business hours, enjoining upon Very CHEAP; also a lull assortment of ,
:. : hey & Co. which firm .wihout uhibilng any iUpe.ority '- "f' -i Jerks, pot .to communicattt information '
n+ $ must languish/till adequaftransrtation 10 I. nsacol.. The "
pf..o on ;either in the soundness Mr. Lee, a more recent comer, is not ray any epidemic fever to .visitors( ind pnihil>itin Acting Republican Governprot Flrida: pr. wfde'fy{ pow-1J'to'oilr'clllzr-ns.'t\J the to secure a .,reasonableis has been, t-rratic in its character prevailing empkyVa of Hqiiors tare just" fine lot ofV .
or unanimity ot the financial policy : intoxfeuting during I receive.* a
,;: the Republican State printer and the 1 mark l is'gi'vcip. 4 only ailing those whose habits .. ,. '" .' .' i. '
J which they purport to favor. It is more other. nominees. ; but has, ,cornmcndetliimsclf or very: :recent coming. among ,u's. ''ren business' hours.Brooklyn ,. t\ UNCNS, ;GRENADINES, rn.cnADJAPANEE :
Republican superintendent of sr-nooU in to all who"j do know him Tli -! r\\! L must.have immediate. dered it when September 30.-Thomas'insella '
than a !liille( amusing to. look.over, the by an peculiarly susceptible" to CHALIJEST
Du\a county ; Thu Union derives its of exit i .gr n\'tb must. stop. The inside directly exposed tho infection. It is ( an editor of the Brooklyn ,
Democratic) Inetud.r tho carefully uncommonmeasure intelligence, accompanied ,. > will Uo! main support (ruin public, ; press cJ1h1'\1) imurovetl will at once give the successfully managed'and believed (ube Zagle, will shortly publish a statement tin _' '
stilt r -4
of the Ienocratiepartyitntiouttfthoieenflieting a more uncommon U' ':
prnting. prepared platforms connection I
the1 Heevher '
1 which conies to It'a a trunsiirrfalion necessary:for growth hndincrijise. under the easy,control of our physicians 'cuse. 'For, nec&tie, n4b, *call ai Buclcy't-
so and' degree of modeMy und lackiof. assump when tly. called in its, inception. lie will deny the story that Beecher ever "
k : coont o'! its being:tho .f Sfciteand ,Xa- I 3e- -, prpm' .
1 openly contradictory, Aecltl.ion' that tion. As a studious and diligent young That icrcttwIik\ !soon .. Thttemortalityhas ';been very ounre.Md to him having committed. 4 .

;l ',j tionAl! Official Organ." By its monopoly are foumi, endeavor to form lawyer, Mr. Lee, is '1\ man of dtcldJ mar La, larger; transportation, when in small iip'to this ,date, ,' adultery, and will say something which A, COJIPllETE'OXTTFITpFBUGGJESr,

4 : it increases the cost of all legal advertising :cmu'rct add ion JO the inside channel I, the iraemrnt The following is the list of persons it i is intimated will go far towards cl arII PHAETONS AND
and financial promise. ", '
ciimprclicii'sivn l aim : : 7 : ing' fleecier of 'S 011 of 'Iho charges
'. "or who' have died at the Navy Yard, of .
thirty per cent., thus In right of pro tho'S't.. Johns willbe II OTHER CARRIAGES
that ment which may jbc. assumed and announced The.ticket, as we have said, is a good yellow fever up to the 23d nit.; against him. KinaelU a
monopoly levying an extra and un MS distinctively the I m"<'r; tic one, and well worthy the pnited support. flu| |flttivelyemandt\. Three, Marines, Dr Ackley. Mr?. withdraw from the',fight.,anil says be Of the blest );1es.
: necessary tax upon all the business of theory of national finance.For'in ". 1 us it i is believed that the t linprbvemett --Chandler, tMr.i! Chandler! .Mrs. Fisher never advised Boecher, ttS; give :Tilton !
Republicans. -
: : community. Thus claiming to.draw and use of the inland channel will.I Miss,Fisher, Mr. Fisher, ,James Foley, $ tooo, but suggested that, be.procure FORLIVERY"SERVICE;
Indiana the -j-- .
tanci I .,
fays g0. him a position on tTie'CArisluzn Union.FOKEIG.V. ,' ",
: ; : Miss Sapp Charles Cora J. C. Chaffee. )
a heavy revtmro from jU being the of- The ,Fall Elections.. moo surely than other course, tend -
:i ficiul organ of the Republican t ('UI old DcnuKTacy" fctill .has ;the. most 'sifnre 1 ; : aViraprovfcrit'of any Captain 'Franklin, Henry S 'ip\l.: '\ child ;, "Wbich' .1 wffl'. .be.rurnUbcd' ...
: party unlimited confidence ,in the greenback ,In .The Republic magazine for October to thfrl the St. of Patrick Coniin. Dr. 'Totxi; W. C. Lond9u, 'St"pteml 28.A frightful '
and owned Johis. f AT THE SHORTESTNOTICE
:: by paid I ,
r ncuslely \el ,I. ___.. Oats, Bryan Macqi'rmett, Mr.I Brook.' :
papr f:urnmcy: v and It fntbusiatticalljiticlimd there is "n account of eighteen \ 1 ; g typhoon passed over Hong Kon"yester-. r0'j: ,
'I Republican officials, it has steadily opposed ,"to i increase, to( the largestamount political conventions held in September, \ Dusincss.W In'all 20 deaths, and about 30 still sick. day, '1'Ita steamers Lconor .an .Alb! y, ,:4e.:4Nnrns' :
} the election of the Congressionalnominees i ST.-JOHNS COC and tight jther vessels were fouiVdtred '
consistent with with a synopsis of .the leading resolutions b '6f ono' ._"
/ cause
possible safety; ve ten thdi/ghtthal eWhy tOs'n "S x .EiERMS. .
1 J of the '. wharf at St. wbJdiba"for and many are missing. TeaL . .
Augustine ,
,. ,
r: .1pubiCD party.lhi'aPPioj but Maine 'With supreme contempt at) .in, platformof; each,_ ,The .Oc PO rinny peojple l ; fail in business, is long time been in a useless'state, number of house were .destroyed, arid .I. .- ': 't

: < Properly 'dilRaisted' wil such poor' burlesques of,a. ,.circulntiogmedium tobernumber of The Republic contain because th\yuridertaka! (to 'd6 too many I is now being repaired It is reported that a thousand.persons Ma.c:it BRrftAlN UmyauAorijedAgenta J :

." f .)priationot the defeat t means' } party, will have, none of it any more,', also about (wenty'Ie.ding; articles'5 on things! at :,time, and often embark ,I in The Grant} ;Jury tor this.county intheirrepoimpresent were k.i hd. The damage to property in to Manager atteud to aDd alt will business always appertaining be fdund at to ike the Stable*re''li*T*"
to of the noiuine'ea .
the the and harbor and the
p' but in of the l issues and / : ; ., city surrounding menr. C. tt McCLENNY.POR
: ; an agony disgust, ast-crts her leading political topics of schemes1 np' too sl/ghtu' knowledge 1f '
the' fcxcvutjve cuuntry'.u, 'immense, sq.t ,h 164 Ian II :'
party, We also that neither the.Court! _
report .
odnlUc ttl. fixed'determination to.Ufor the immediate the day. In the initial article of this Issue the Tequiriincnts to insure '
t'. Jistrict! .addressed to ng (roveri -: ] necessary IIdusnorjai i'' are any manner suitable The Mark Lane, xpri3Stin its review. "'
>or und his colleagues te In the printing, resumption' of' a real and, .true, metallic ". "The Southern-Situation" is fully success; eve I If fiaccessjwcreattainabio; for, the respective''purposes for.which of. the .crop prospects, ,says the recent SALE: ., .

t. busiuLM currency." The New York Work and fairly presented, "h\l\ In subsequent at all Whdn, 'n ''matt'Is 'engaged 'In 'a they are provided, and 'we' earnestly rains have' materially benefited, the root ,

itn. open letter remonstraUng reduces that somewhat indefinite and pages tht r I is a cbronologicol list business of jvhich be Is thoroughly convcrsaht recommend that the County 'Commissioners -, crops. -There hfs'been,loo' '"much rain! S RIVERSIDE f ., '; HOUSE .

against the course of the 'paper and,' mythical creation at the; Imagination of thoTfiiurders and other outrages recently ,, it yould seem to be.the'better through our delegation to Congress however; for late potatoes, 'which have : so 7l f.
other thlugs endeavor to obtain tho use'of the shown tho commencement of disease,
among addressing aslolly ,
ws: tem ; which. has been supposed, to representthe ,committed. in Al" amai' :Aikansas 'course tq extend. .all fe''is energies In,lhe U. S. Court$ House for holding the Courts and that will!cause, creator_demand upon class Well boarding adapted bouse frf s Two fineprfcraM stories with_ mj cS y'O'.1IIt"2pP t

sacred creed of the 'time-honoree ,- "ItentuckyLouisiana i Terinwsee building up and perfecting itl leaving aU of this,county:therein.. -tho, .1 lower descriptions, ot. wheat, ,and 18 steeping rooms 1 acre t land.4_orange trecft.finesa 'ill Jto

It A.lndivdald winCe privilege citizens to sus it', peraocracy'1 to tho, three cardinal principles and Texas., ,It .contains also' an' 'article other undertakings to ,bJ oho tao .... 'plUNGE, COUKTT. prevent their furthe,depreciation., The tJIltr'Iqcauloa Price;cheapca&iDclud about vtS+f**",000 of properly WOIThiitureIo,00e ollar-. '

ukitor unquCtlono ver you may'.. ,, of "Hard Motey, Home Rule and on The Union Aroiy b'f 'tIe Great Rebellion the aptiess and the1 necessary'trainiofi The Sanford Journal in puffing a dry II wheat discouraging trade,shows features neither encouragingnor The' pricesin : ;" aIf'ca*'. belanc., fa 081 d

but at republicans you are honorably]:! Free Trade;" but the Cincinnati Enquirer ; in u-hlchther& is given, by to insure success. Thus, wo wooldhaTe goods house*say a that J it expects to. see Franco are-shilling lower, but' elsewhere yea14 "!f"', 1 ". "
bound tuiiupport the fairly nominated4sndar4.barer takes the liberty to differ somewhat States, .the totals of men in the army, ;the merchant be that and nothing evtyidy dressedup."Weshould hope ' of the party and most: they wee dressed at all'times' -4'1 ; Yla. .
certainly: a Rtpublicari'q; fce- oWer*you from the ,Authoritative and 'dogmatic including volunteers' regulars and colored else; th, mechanic'snould' do' 'hs' levebestto'ixcel George C, Bran ley Esq.,is the democratic except atOdesswb that.the re prices :' : : :,;jact1oeirines' 1'.,
firmer in the 1im1de
a doubly bonn and .must'either ylek declaration of r the more 'cosrno- troops, and, tho>urnbers by,jStatcs, : inbts' particular branch ; .candidate' Uie Legislature from $are ityofthe crops'wiH; hope.eventually Unequal secure wiU It be not kept ioldf during Oy-No the e1nber winter'f*as. a-filet& cIasa P"

t obedience Jto the claims l of the party or 9Utanweet and millVtakei no hard who w re ?'killed','! 'idied" and "mist. the banker should qonfipehispperatluiis thisotmnty, tetter. prices., .' boarding. uccr'ARPETS, .. .- -
l r feign the positions hold under *' : ;New com' 'sUll continue pour in. J\\ '
you ; money }In )iern,"' bt4} sayf 4we.. never ing in action. to the l legitimate and safe transactions Dispatches! front Madrid it I is;prp- RENOVADAN '
? those say
deretl' y.more/as tho recipient The, majoriyof| them \charmed;iwith ;
4 4 o' .official patronage ot the 1 patty want .to; sco' 'specIe currency agalni"And ; The contents of the October number which lQlg.experIt4 1 has shown to be the, climate ,;and .country,. and make a pable,,that' President' &rftflO .will take \;.. '4\ND EE-lAl.o' : .''. -

: under of the State and Na. te' Ohio lemnocratloConenthn: arewortn: !he'prJee'oCa'TOlatno' to anyone morally as well. &s'financially '8t\ondJ permanent' location, but now and hen corjqraand of the ceritfat t arrqy"tvah'r ( I' Ibdc:0 look, 1l\C".' :.Abe*: '

lfwjHl:appintwent atj l,'.to the, .exclu>Ion! the '*hoIe' atmosphere' ;and redact who wishes to bo correctly m il High,rat s of{int rest are very tempt some po tin rtAl' drop' down 'to -fim meanwhile Gen.' :Sdyeflar will replce if G '
4 of the' .that to work hero else'where Gen; P vllt. The Republicans arr preparing UPH'' ,
we haye ,
paper Lisa the ,
: 4 r tJer. cnnt mnlan't matter. to alternative of an on the.current movemt-nU of political ing; the disposition to-acquire strong distract the Carlists ;from' Lo- .
anomalous bread
for'tbe weeat!
; &nd'tbntfot.mon
1 Uul'F .to tho principle)and'tboscn opposi1 repreaeDtatlveiioi --. absurdity or a roathematical certainty lifinance ::1 issues now, commanding: public nttenlion. t in average human niture"ahd: 'we : feait ',to grow OQ' :trees;,,,it will .take several;, fluadia. Jbe province of AloVa Advices otflkiadsdogtf&sbcitata4acT.. -., '," yr. \I. SHW"' -

the party without abantJon- ,. lr'! 'et yery )speclfiq ,aslerUtHthtt ) .Terms $2 a year, or $1 for one I requires i a'good deal of aTlngtoreslst gracuJargu ''YCIlI'.pf' right:hard labor.on, making from Santander ,say seven' more CcW taura, anJ 3n. cn'street. '*.!, .V0"*?!'*. ,.

log all' .claim: tohpnor or justice, or ,.even'TbjCpmmiUeeilcon4distoelr .' she favors "an increase of the clrculatiog volume of six.numbers.; Bound yolurae ; tiklhgudia'jisfe'Vnen''ftpossible :this sad discovery they.immediately return ( (t.n.ofi'r are.expected'week. arrive -. 'O"Ordm, 1d't with'1 Furdi' loft."Benedi t&Co..Va- .

$ c.dOVDCJqaI- ". .I. .,, ," '.4 : .' jnedium.i ot thojp.ptnitry i a and back numbers supplied. Published I is'offered their steps to ttbeir-' .old homes-tc off,the coast wHhia a t. ; ,i ia&Dmr Of R! piUoodircvlU ptCiOD .=
( gain fetflrsteidy;.am l Mount E i Local reCnocc* by t. + riaS'tnHutoaD '
2T na Ja
lire oicolJ J
Rome September
w'eatheri; :ricefi; ;
J letter sound currency/.vhose volume ithall be by .';The ',Republic! Publishing r1pani Bare ? 'to't&tful snow. mm Uillftgltated ) .Singer s-l c Macbl A IId4-i
.l\J\r j l gftnsare1Wbprrferred an&snch other" favorsAS' a.,gracioqProriderice 4lamblin :,;noiseai>tar and S,-R..Ma ai :"ordat. aft.sPe ". !-.'
,\1J.., rcgnlAVd by.tbe'nccps4tipf? ) bufclness," 'rV) !hlngton D.C.t and : ) ltow.J. ; .inside 'and terday''an''earth- z1 -
&bu1.. gh f .i "\. .1 \ .( "'I.n uncertain t though large .profits''WIl' mAy t o rn41t | "rd ., miA

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Mr Denny's Failure.As l In Short. -. ingly hurt been carried Into : .:' .-- .. :; --:;-:- .
j the investigation into the cause of -New oranges ,and sugar cane are dug store. And thIs;will not be the --_- >
1 -SATt'JDAY Mor.l'CI c. OCTOBEK 3.Religious 187. the failure of E. W. Denny banker, I becoming plentiful our market. end ofh, unle&somethlng ,is speedily AT '' ;.t, ,; .:.-. '..\ .; ,' wARERooMs

t, Directory.ik proceed", the,affair assumes 'a darker -About the first bales'of short;cotton done in the matter. S.< -, '. .' .. ,I

i had **wiu 3'mUIJsch > CftI'J' Sat1mSaroJ phase and the losses to the depositors J1 have been received by.M.-A, DzialyskLL. Tha:CTU In a pecuniary pofnt of view, SATURDAY.'- OCTOBER s .i .j.%SH..- ,t CASH RETAIL PRICK CURRENT." I : .. .. 'r. ..r ,_,.. '
> -
lV- / r. ,
&tc iuO& of Sabbath services as may beIO..IIJ. are found much heavier than -was at I G. Dennis, of Gainesville is in. to those doing business on the south Fresh Gashes.Btttier <* -t
AT IS O'CUIOC ,pd"-" ( -
4.* *** Fri(1y teJ first anticipated. A meeting of the the side of the street is very serious The UI. DAVIS &, DREW: .
val W'eCt.1acadSt. -
Prow Episoo| .p ty.The 0FuItosMazketBt.f
., H. WcIIu.Rector.. Sunday services II creditors was held yesterday morning. persons who7 own property there have ON"rpSTER-S WHARF FOOT OF PINS ST.. .' "

.. rooklya 11A is. II.J4iI.; da IC". at IU Sundays A. at Friday.$ r.Newnan II.r I. It.was then decided to appoint Alex. new Thursday cornet band were out KIenadingjast made no movement in .the.matter, rid f L -tl '. : -_- ._. _aa" ."- .', .'W'L".or'S' -r .
night. They are .
;.k SaDdar Scb at s..11. NIaioa. ScbooIIIlarooldya Wallace, the largest creditor, as, assignee probably do not care to trouble ,them*: DECKED LIGHTER, R1oCo&c.Jbat11.-. ,.., :
;; ) pel East J8d k.9 a II Scmas laJ8ckmDe becoming quite proficient tri'theIr play PARLOR: :SUITS. CH XJD..i11m-.
C'ICf"Sundar at S.. II.l'.uI" ; also to appoint an advisory ,- selves BO long as they receive their rents. MseaaoCoss,3lbsla_. I.-. _;> ; .'-"<; '. S '...; r"
E 1 'oudI N. E.eoeaerILwvaI ing. "
Metbodm ( ) committee. eon-istlng of Wm. Stn-iber But thQ tenants complain, and About feet long 18 f .. 4 r r,
aDd aueet5. Rev.J. B. Fitrpatnck.of very 50 and wide. Java Co( .sH DM fcr_ &, I SMOcJiTc
Many strangers arrived,on the train that all travel is ,._ .\ ,
S. Couantand Col. J. J. DanieL A, justly the now thrown A. IBuflt r :t
t'hd: Bajltl5t.corner Church; and,Hogan streets. Layur JtaI&i s DIe_........ son ; "
Mr. \ iJdeII. '.. Service every Sunday report of the committee will soon be I Thursday and yr This bodes on the other side of the street to.their by._Brock &Sienna,and h m good condition ,BARS & ;

Jtct' tI o'dd: at tbe'carly opening of the winter I Macaroni,per Ih_ .. non FIXTURESu
;"at."11I.,, =u-da.Dun Itreet.be- published. season.It great injury and think-rand do not hesitate \ : }t
.. .
-Laura S.and W.PijieIIITeet.RcV.COI'Mf: Church and).Newnaa&.Faitw street*. is rumored that Mr. C. O. Livingston to say-that it is unfair that the Imaedianly after,wffl lie sold,la front of say sum, S Vermlc.Ha.per a. .5 .5 ; .5 ", :1. I

Ta&tirrLuau.Catholic ryMaat 6%: Hgh Mas at io*; Marriage by the Sea. left New York for Jacksonville street should be left so long in its. present -. S .' Tapioca. ,per tt-..,..._... ."ty; ; DREW
titDAVIS &
\' Ic this climate of : .. :, .ONE. GOODTHORSE,_ ., :_' ; '
=Advert. BrO*D.ieaT S. Fairbanks mi- genial Florida we Thursday.After. unfinished condition. "Will som&body A ,4 Sugar Cured ShouWr7per. TV,. ._. tte Pador. caaab
.e.c.tiaP"\V.Conn.AIy....W.! comer Iastor.7r' of P.ne and Union---. can have weddings by the sea as well as the storm, the' weather is delightful. whose.business it is-if indeed .it TOIlS' .c.u.r. ii Young Hysoa. Tsa.,per III" -, -'-ric'. Parlor 5.1a. A ,00_fill ._ II

it\ C 8.I SimIDOIIIo.hodaat f aahln&\Oll_.. street Rev J. R.lillOI' cottages by the sea. On Thursday last, The St._Johns is as placid as really u anybody's-business-be so goodas :'u. A." DZIALYNSKI.3 Oolong Tea.per n> ..i_''-w_ ._._! 7 Svta, Y AND t-i..Av Sftuts.o ni

Mricaa oU. a novel wedding took place on board a happy matron. tocome_ forward. and tell us what >- >t Auctioneer.TT7M. SIIita-P1IItarw. a.,
.- '. Imperial Tea.per tt....... ... jczsMmLLa.TM.5 ,
-0tfice Notice. the Silver Springs. The ceremony was -The Savannah Adverti 4 Sepublican the Council propose to do"about U ? The S ;..-
and performed by Rev. R..H. Weller. The evil has existed long enough it is & ARTHUR A.:'BIRNEY, Gaa Powder Tea.per II_ ,. :- .,. .
The few give an hour to the assorting mailing .is threatened with an "affair of ; igh .1 tEXA1NE

.die great mails, which. ia this -city are the "1.1p couple joined in the. bonds of hymen honor." Ob.,1A time it were removed. The undersigned ATTORNEYS OoZocgANa.rporb.! ... -. .

Rrtr"*a d.. aB.fc 1DIDs. and all the time gicn were Mr. Benj. Van Daniels and Miss has alone suffered very serious loss since So Foam per nn_,... 'yc, OUR- RGESTOX' ;
for the sure%fflt7UibtOflOIbCITUU. Accord' portion o( the stone for the construction .'-.S'- :,'7. .r"
retired the tip Ri'er maO will hereafter.)ase at 7 A.B. Isabella Pridgen. The bride and groom, of S. B. Hubbard's house has i the so-called improvements the street 4 # STREET NO., 330 Pine Apple.4 caafr--i---: _'' _It 1'>.'1':

4ngiy..aDd the Railroad mall 0*.*. accompanied by many friends) left in arrived and is unloaded.Mr. ... I I were, commenced, in consequence of WASHINGTON CITY P-.caub.. ...,-. ,,. .,..iJjlk .;. 0 .. : ; ., ', hJtiff"k: ::

The POM Office wffl be open on Sunday from II U- morning on the boat. At .near noon, being said improvements and the evil is --S .S : '....L- "'_": ,..: ;-. : ,' ..." ."', "

notice. has removed his ..Tosaatoes, ,4 can fcc- : ..._,., ,101 .. !,. WI'. "' .
further C. V
.. .inia Codrington -" > SSt
to i M. the Silver Springs tied to the pilot y .
up equally lelt neighbors 'i in busi \7ci .15100. lot'I" .
fkec will be no admittance in the mailing room to Bt-ttelini business office to Ocean street one door ,byjbis ; < '- : Green Cora 4 cans *" ,,. T.. _- im Iu .0 .. m- .- r -t,
boat at the bar and then and .
of the Post-Office De- ness. CITIZEN. *
.,, encpt: sworn empioyee JUSTICE OF THE PEACE And an other la 111. .,. 111 *
north Norton & Kooker's Land Agen- goods proportion at the nor U" '101 101.1
of mail-matter .
private Attribution ; there the solemn services were
and no gone ** :J&CKIOJtYIU.a.I :
paVuaent ,
LaD' 101 ,101 '. : l'let
when opea tar aac ike Office will be open for alL through. The colors of the Bcttelini -There is a nasty mud hole on Bay .. lUST;\ JOHN' 'ROCJI: FLA. 101 S '
after October tolh, the Pott Office will be NOTARY 101 :. 1'1' .
On and And for sale .Minnie from 'PUBLIC.. : .1' SS
im the evening far the special convenience C gaily fluttered at her mast-head. Miss street, opposite Willson & Whitlock'sstore. New on'coasignnent :; .< .' ', 1.J. _.. .1111. 4 ........

.opei laboring men. from fcjn tt ':30 P. M. Pridgen is a relative, of Capt., E. TV. Who did'it? York 40 barrel choice flow.iobarTeIapearlbomuy.. Offic. in SOLARYE BLOCK., I.h" ;. .1" *. .;. -- .. Ill.101 ....... 101 101 -

J. S. ADAMS. Postmaster.- Jones, of the Silver Springs.'. Long' and, -A premium. of twenty-five. dollars' i / ,'\ I. 1 Corner t BAY and PINE,,.,,. ,II '.' tot lot C lot 101' ., ., ., '% .4IO1D1OISD&DioIioisi

happy lives to both. is offered by the Georgia State Fair, tobe By iteamcr Jacksonville )la. 'C: ..;
Prominent Arrivals. ., 10 barrels ap eI.r.a ,t', v: :.t t' 4 'f ; :' 1011 I I I 01 -S1OlosDAv1a&DuwsniOt : .
held at Atlanta for the best manufactured iobarTe13onio0s.' BUILDING. ;-S-4' <

Otis Allen, Lowell, Muss.; J. D. A New Enterprise.For cigars. zobarTelslrisbpotatoes.All ;... BOAT A..CARD.': -, ; ; 1:5'; \' '.': I IOI0le 101 lolooooFcwnrtmm I C J I "'oooolfll.JM < ; "t' S

finely: ; Win. Rose and II. D. Headman, a long time Jacksonville has of which can'be purchased at the lowest market A. G. CHAPPELL, I ,: t ." 101 IQlouoBOuiionnnnrjBeuuuuulOl' ; ,,;, .
-The Lizzie Baker in time
came on : ; ,
; .
1 f .
steamboat inspectors. price. ,. .. .
needed first class 1 .f. 101 101 'lot
a restaurant for ladies -------- -
yesterday. She has been repainted and M.A. DziAtYKSKI. BAY STREET.near the Cable Crossing.JACKSONVILLE.. S
"' ladies and To our Exchanges,Publishers,sad Printers.alL,,.',..,'. 101 IttotoioioDftu.tinoioioi
in ,
Drew. and gentlemen, or alone. kept refitted, and now presents' a beautiful Auctioneer Commission Mcrdiant.Viisdien's '- 101 101 101 "a/ 101..t ,'
Attorney-General Block.Bay street. 1'3 it .FLA. ".. 101 101 101 1':
n neat and tasteful manner free from a '
appearance. r -5 101. 101 f .lot ID1. :.n
RTe suppose the genial face of J. B. bar and the disagreeable associations A MILL. -. THE ANSON HARDY 101 101 101 1Ol _
"C. Drew Esq., will soon be seen again which naturally result from ;; a place -H. Fchrenbach has just'received a Well located on the backs ol the St!Johns river and Every description of Boat built In the most subsun ...U01Parie 101 101101 101' 101Il1'ill_.- .U

The Washington Star fine lot of scuppernong wine from the McCoy's creek,so be teased to responsible parties by tial and skillful manner. I will guarantee tftiicti n. Latest Improvsd 101 111
us. -
amongst acceptable to all classes of whites, -rlt
yet, 'UI
My lot S
Drew Lad interview Chattahoochee vineyards. The wine is the month,year or to panics desiring to saw by'the _. .
notices tlat Mr. an PAPER AND CARD CUTTERS.I 101 ., 111
In This
a certain degree want 1 t
select. very beneficial to invalids.- thousand. Apply at the SAILBOATS AND YACHTSare 101 "I01'
with the President. has at last been Messrs. ClKCVLATIXG LlBKMT. 101111
.. supplied by have resumed th* manufacture aad sale'of these .
& who have The tug Geo. M. Bird, belonging to sufficiently well known to warrant me in referring S ;! ,',
Taylor, opened a LOST. Machines with which my name has been so long identified
Southern Bazaar.J. Swift Bros., is lying at Clark's wharf. to their owners as to my skID as a workman. and t .- S .....t.-
so extensively circulated for the fifteen -
neat oyster and refreshment saloon in Last Saturday afternoon a red coral breastpin with tf past .
D. Bucky. Esq., has just returned 1I0101e.',1'k, Bay street between the She i is getting, ready to resume businessat two pendant tassels attached to a blue ribbon. 3"he 9-30 years; and til Mackbu tf my'--- _" toll THE FINEST AND BEST- SELECTED :; .

from 'ew York with large and exten- Mosquito Inlet. Coder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same ktofiiceof ACADEMY OF iertAfter h mmrked1 tOfwn M my ilbutrmttti circular ',-
National and Bernard's store. Mr. l JACKSONVILLE IN THE SOUTH. f
,with mmdmJdrtn lit
my M tmttimf.
May or Jones. 9.26at o ,.
of '
stock goods
sire dry Taylor is well acquainted with the business -Mr, A. E. Sawyer, business manager MUSIC | My latest Improved Iron-Frame PAPER CUTTER, 5' '

All the latent styles ol hats fall suits and ho has entered upon, and as the of the Union, with his family, returned THAT 'SODA FOUNTAIN hJ. with patent moveable cutting board two all-steel tempered j > .
In the L Fav.riiacigar'itore admired .
aS. -- :
/ (
to be found in his block. By Will commence its ninth the knives and aqu board holds -
on still
neckties are now from the bar year. in position
firm propose to keep all the delicacies Thursday even 6-111 : RICH. PLAIN. ,- clamber
Gire lain a call and examine his stock. SECOND MOND-iYlN OCTOBER NEXT. as the FATOBTTK Pun Ctrrra AMOKG Pier I Suits. SaiL:
Mr. C. L. Mather also returned. I -
ol the market, oar citizens can assure ing. VICHY AND K1SSENCEN. Tcacben"e sa.and the best machine in 'the market for the low Parlor aMbaaber
been reduced. The are experienced and stand at
Trices have greatly themselves of a pleasant place of resort -The St. Mary's Priory will open Many on rising in the rooming complain of a headache the bead of their prof aiion. No pains will be spared price charged for it. Parlor Suits.
S S and a plenty to tickle their palates. next Monday the 5th inst. Attention or feeling stupid. A glass Vichy ot.Kissengea impart. to the pupils a thorough knowledge of music. Tit Utitt Jmframd Hardy Carit Cmttn is pronounced Suits. SUBSTANTIAL. =

Death of J. E. Townsend. from"Tuffts" Mammoth fountain in La Farorita curaall the MOST -.a'* CAU Cvrrs la .the Parlor .Chamber
Oysters are a specialty. has already been called to tbe excellent S Soil*. FURNITURZ. ; .*-
Josiah E. Townseni, Clerk of the U. such unpleasant sensations. 6-ij-if FACULTY FOR. 1874.5.. market for the.general ases of a printing office. .= -
-- of teachers. I t .
corps Plot A. KRIZEK;of Germany. ITlu itll-knar Rugglt Card CttUtr, with my :' H
S. District and Circuit Court, died at OUR'ENTERPRiSING .
The Weather for .
September.Mr. -The ten-pin alley on Bay street is Miss MINNIE BRADBURY,of Boston, latest Improvements Is still ned by many printers .S,5-: I
Friends'Messn. Cato it Co.,have
this seemingly '
miles spared no
result-nee about two from
his IlidiM furnishes Miss E.ADAMS of New York. ,and holds its favoritism over other,*' .
McLaughlin. us fond of
filled every'night byjoung men expense ia introducing the handsomest soda fountain We are prepared to offer our stock-at
city, on Tuesday the 29Ui September, with the means in this It i For terms,&c.,apply to For sixes and prices see illustrated circulars.
following 'monthly as ,vigorous exercise": It tends' to develop erer wt up city. *admired by everyone and <>3t I. H.OCHUS. : remar&ab1ylow p .**, t.
from congestion of the brain. Judge the the soda Cram'it is pronounced by all the ladies to be Shipped direct from the factory to any part of the
recorded by Signal Service at this their physical resources and secures : .; .! !
Townsend was about CO years of age of the best. WHOM IT ;MAY"'CONCRN country. .
Barometer 30.029 T .
city for September: ; sturdy health. I '
and honestman. r 'Orders solicited and can be filled by return mall. -:0DAVIS&DREW:
an .
temperament CIGARS" -
a pleasant :.
'. ,, ; ,1
thermometer 77.4; humidity, 76.7; advertisements I have this day chartered the Steamer OCKLA- 'ccA.
-See' M. A.
lie had occupied the position' of Dzialynski'd Imported domestic and of their i own. manubcture WAHA to Capt. ROBT> DARDIS. The boat or AddraI.I ';
rainfall, 7.07; highest barometer elsewhere. He will sell be better myself will snot be responsible for debts be ANSON HARDY, '
l8Y, can always had.a article.and at a lower price any may I
the U. S. Courts since 18C9.
Clerk of contract tat her. .
SO.170 on the 7th; lowest barometer, one lighter one horse and everythingelse than any other place ia the dty, at Cato& Co's LA H. L. HART. 7 Seotan A1irndal..Mam.. ,.

29/420, on the 28th; highest temperature imaginable. Be sure and attend favfrit i 6-131 .Palatka.FU,Sept.n.I74. '9-26. '
.i I-
Married. .
92? on the 17th: lowest temperature BUILDERS.AND.CONTRACTORS'win .. OEALTXS W
Dunn; the Ian month Jacksonville 56. on the 29th and 30th ; monthly land a complete assortment of lumber dressed ,F.RESl ; 1.t J.,.HOLLAND, S 4i::
)hat been prolific of marriages. The of 36 -It is proposed to organize a. baseball and undressed mouldings,shingles' etc ,at 'the'Depot -' 0 -
range temperature ; greatest MATTRESSES. PINEIWAL..
Lumber Yard. Orders to to delivered at landings WATCHMAKER AND .
on ,
club men ,
to be of of the -
latest we have the pleasure of recording composed LATEST. AND MOST FASHIONABLE NUT. and CEDAR LUMBER etc.
range of temperature, 24,_on the BULb ; the River receive especial llCll 01I. JEWELER ',. .

is that of Mr. G. 11. Blanck to Miss A. mean of maximum temperature, 81.9; standing of Messrs. L. G. Dennis U. Address *- Lot-tsJ. Ba- STYLES .AND-FABRICS... 5. >,..

F. Kornahrens, both ot this city, by mean ot minimum temperatures 69.G; Jenkins, Sam. Fox, P. Walter E. Higgins '- JULES BARATIER Corner Piae and Bay Sts., JACKSONVILLE- FLA. .. :t

Eov. M. F. Swrium, on the 29th ult. of and E. M. Cheney. Another man 'ICE CREAM JACXSONTILZX, FLORIDA.
daily 15.3
mean range temperatures ; That aU acknowledge to be superior to any ever to be MERCHANT TAILOR S Swiss mnsBn aad white goods o/3 kinds atBnck L

"We tender our congratulations, and total rainfall, 7.07 :inched. ; 'prevailingwind is wanted as> short,stop,, and Mr. J. C. bad ia this city prerioosly is to be obtained at the I -:0-- '._' '"

Lope that their cup of connubial happiness northeast; .total number of miles Andreu is expected to accept the posi Temperance Reading Room at L*Feotrit. 6-131 LACTLI nuT. near' .BAT '.. FLA., ., 'I"-'J..
New Clocks Watdies kENT-CirV.
Jewelry, ,. FOR SALE OK
Begs leave to inibrm hn and friends < .
may be forever overflowing. The traveled. 4,931 ; maximum velocity of tion. __ that he has just returned numerous from New patrons York and brought S -- ; ,Diamonds,Plated and ___n___ "

Cornet band serenaded the couple lat wind, 48 miles, on the 28th; number.of! The New Ice House. In this city. Sept.MARRIED.19, by Rcv.'M.T.Swaim.Mr.V with. .huB.an.elegant, stock t of : Solid Gold and SiU .,"<- : r ; ,./. ii

Thursday evening. cloudy lays, oilier than those'on which To His-Honor, the.ifayor..and Gentlemen J. H. Blanck to Miss A. F. Komahreat...Charleston: FASHIONABLE MATERIAL Tyef"Jrrare, etc. ;, .:; FOR. :: : ;.J

-_, -- rain fell, 0; number of days on which and Savannah papers please copy.METEOROLOGICAL.- Whkh will he tWJc tip ta any desired ItJle.aDd e.. z ,. ,' 5' TeaonLtRoad.e&afles .
Removal.Mr. of the C VCothcil: rm utiI.cnr rtl &I to 1t1e.quality ucIprica. JacksoavBe.. 'lis1u4i11't i
rain fell, 14. Gentlemen There has been erectedon Gentlemen ani Inefted toeatJ aDd CWII thesebciltiMhmyareaU.ol& .cQO
.J. IL Livingston removed his the wharf in the rear of the furniture Observation taken at 7 ..V-srY .M.aado..'. g-aSst dOUS STONES SETIiT ... S ..A.D_ .. TO 5' ...tltx..
Robbery' r daily,by the Signal Service U.'S.Armyl. thnoty. : I'IHEPOLIJ: ,
stock Sy OFSUGAL
into : CANE.AND
drug a more fpaciousaparttoeut ri:HE JACKSONVILLE 5-- CULTURE !
store of C wooden
; O'.Xivingstori.'a large !'
c. "c
lie is now located in the store Mayor Jones has again worked up ina ice house; said Ice house is within r." wind. e- g .1_" ', .' .. rjS. OF..ALL*KINDS.M ''14.

recently occupied by M. A. Dzialynski skillful manner a case of robbery. Sept.o | 13O ? PS- .SALES AND JJVERTrl Initial Letter, Moiusp'au'iJ* and bbeaoti ily located'foiBVILDINJTLTor j
the fire limits of the and is in direct ; .
city .,
The thief a man whose name we % : .. : vlSTA JU 1t priceancl&alU.&fPI1to I ,.,. .
only a few doors west of his old place of I } young tioJlLtroD'ori fire ordinance. 1874 1" : f'r; i F- c \t\ S 1. .FtI1IfY Eitgrt -f" .5' ,BB:1wEEa-rzl:
of tender hid ; itI an artistic mar azWal&nts.sklfl.JatbileteaiA.Wt&re.
out feelings'"for '
Lu..inc5l.11'. is suppress: B LE-S "
Livingston a young I J ", -
As the r representative Fire .; V .
relatives, and this being his first offense Tue. a 99 1998 66 60 W Gentle 0.00 Cleat 5 'JacksoBvBh.- TlorfcJaJfLatest J J.
man, just cutting in life and business, Vo Clear ._". ,, ,,
Insurance Companies, who have risks in Wed.jo 7 30.04 fa 61 NW Gentle : 1 ,c. B: MqCLENNY, 1'0nJrtOJt.0 J '" >-- -
and deserves the patronage of a large stole $200 from Mr. S. E. Clark about the I deem it > 9.o8 78 49 SW Gentle ....oQearS I Standard time bjr ChrbndmeV'ter ;" ',:: .
surrounding buildings
calm Clear
my 69 o.oo :
9 30.01 79 t.lf
portion of our uti eus. Ills stock of the 17th'ot cptember. Saspiciou'rested October. rated by transit 'I. styl .straw and aiIk hate at Bockys.5 .::
duty to protest against its remaining Clear Notice is given to the public that I have purchased <. ;
the and the 29th Thu. I' 30.05 64 78 NW light'1 oJoo the welWeoown HARTRIDGE STABLES opposite '
goods well Selected of good quality, upon youngman longer its present condition. During 5' 30.01 8446 '*W Gentle 0.00 clearS the METROPOLITAN HOTEL and have on hand a .observations.. '- 5' : .
any S
and&re sold At reasonable alt., he wasP arrested and. taken to the 9 303 7? 6?< SE Centle 0.00. Clear I HAS cHARMS !(n'.f;: -
prices.- last'mont1 had ,
the it twice been set Fri. 7 30.05 71 js- SW Gentle a co dear MtS
,., Mayor's office. Tnere confessed that ". a 30.00 85 41 S Fresh 0.00 Fair VERLAIGE STOCK OFHORSESfrMULES'FORSALE. . .
on ire, and is liable, i in its present unfinished ACXKT Pat m vIrnLT2D Born Aim' .H\
corrected tor and elevation.
Personal.We he had taken the, money ;, that be had Barometer temperature ; ._CowTotsmi WATCK. >I T.. 'F'Ih it,
state to be bnrneddownit any .. *
spent a portion of It. but, all l that was < '. .f. .'.t.-; .- : -.z.-f--r- ." --J'wjk1? iIf
had a pleasant call from ,Rev J. time. If the building' is not removed, MARINE INTELLIGENCE. *3 '
left was in his bunk on a boat at .Those desiring to purchase will find U to their advantage PRICE REP.JU.CErrrvV.
L. Lyons, Agent of the American Bible or properly finished soon, I shall doubtless -1 to naming this unusually Urge and attractive .
shipyard. ; visiting the stock adapted to aD uset.Iaolalaorccclviug ,
Society for the States of Florida and with the Jones found be instructed to cancel all policiesin ACJSON\'ILIZ, :F1.OI.IDA." I : *. i SAMuriiJ. ., -rrrvV
prisoner Mayor :
which I in .. ,. ..' r.
Gaorgia, who has returned to hid residence companies, represent AKXITALSl 5'c -'
the money. There was.left .a one 'WANTED.vv'I .. ._ (atk$9nv.F7a.iImporterand THE] BEST.IN fTHEWORLD..
from a visit at the Xonh.11r. i its Ti inity" October i,str. D.iaat.or.Vogel,charleatea.CLIALLIsCs. ,. ';' : >\ ..JUt* a-, .- j-'. .* ,
hundred dollar bill and .
a a .
.J A. McDonald 1 have the honor to be yours truly, .' A lady graduate,ezaced in teaching and skilled -- DealeriirHARDWARE :-a: ;, .' r.j; __" ". :r 1it'
of ,
jJie prime .
,!Ie. five; also, four dollars and twenty penis Sept.yr sch.Abby K.. -Bentley Mehafley Washington -It;, j t. : ',tMWIIWASTALlFETIME-)
TUOJIAS S. EEUJ. It.C. in and derires-a situation! in Florida.Address. .
movers in the.causa of immigration toIbis drawing paiatingj -
in eun'c cj. Th balanti u1ad spent S>ept. 30 sch. Anna Chandler New York IRON AND STEEL, :

State and to Orange county in particular fur gloves and shoes The Jacksonville. Fla., Sept. 261874._ Oct. s,sen.Tannhainer Grover New Haven ., EWING. .' : > ', '
jewelry, ) C I' }j..m t.d ,'P. 11 L No'J
Oct.a.sch. Ida Smith. Masters Charleston S. SalatitX0Lithii EDGE TOOLS TABLE and POCKET -S I
New York .
'" J9.I3 &, County .
is stopping at the metropolitanHotel prisoner was taken before a commissioner Oct.1,1cb. Mary KUey. Riley Washington. D C. ...I; '...;. -' .,-. .-.."..

where he will' be pleased to meet but the case was settled a portion ,; Bay Street ., 'MRS./ ABBOTTSt / S "CU'1'LEJl T.< -';HN&iIs. : S. ,. "':, "; o',70

those desiring information concerning I Editor New South i:"What is every- JACKSONVILLE RETAILMARKET.JCorreeted .'< .LYI 3 : Cine. Putty Glass; Painis, Oils, ',. .' ,, ._.,. .
of the money being returned 'and / JBOARDINp-HOUSEJS KOT CLOSED. ... ( "
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the Orange business Is nobody's business 3 "5-i- ,..., 9 1. .'
county portion of the country. this being the first crime. body's FOWLS-CAMB. AQ report from nnfriendly sources to the contrary LEATHER BELTING RUBBER P < ., J.- .; -

but whose business is it to see that Bay Venison per lb .1'at notwithstanding the Boarding-house of Mrs. Abbott. ,: A: a1r ;'f" 10 1-11; jnl .
Chickens, per pair....__ 500 70'chIckenaba1fgruwa.peT ia St.Augustine U still open and as usual will offer STOVES TINWAMCTOCXtRYTPMPS.... O. 11 auDA'nJ .
The BalL.TbcbaUurthebuefltofthe. street should_be put in.such_ a condition pair_, *" :quiet and comfortable quarters at reasonable prices to ; "' .; 4"". tt> UQSHONINGER
Scott's MOL as will render travel safe on that Turkey,each,{lew. ia the market. )_"f a 00( C 50 all sojourners in the Ancient City;" *J" o-s-tm i--: Lead and Iron Pipe.+'.*i<'.. "' ORGNS

R. E. Turkeys,smaU. ." .. I 50@ I 75 t. .
Sometime ago we noticed the commencement thoroughfare ? Is it the business of the Wild Turkeys, each J _-, 'J''S s W a 00 Bon tori ho ps'and busiles-at Bucky's. DOORS.SASH.. BLINDS.'MOULDINCS.SUGAR ,' .' q. '_. ". .111ttijliilrT
Lee Base B Club occurred at Metropolitan Partridges.h_-.----- to O s* ..,.-- .- q r L *I"' 'irsz : d"
of sawing at Scott's mill.. Hall last"Thursday and Mayor, or'of the Council, or of thepublic tmi E 7 i -.1 ;" .
At evening, i \ : RANGE-BOXES. '5' ; 5"1\.
that time we did not know the full 'who supplythe ; ,...'..., < # .
spirited gentlemen Mullet, per string 4(as it J cFzit2.." 7UiI /lIIt TinSnrZAixi '
circumstances was voUid.by" present to be -aui ng I sheepbca4IpcT.tnng..L--: ....".... @" a J (. _14 ; ., 1k
Owing to the sandstone and have contracted to do haft.'ma4erialsumclenl't ka'Mar 5110 orart/III done fa r<. '" d ly I '
stagnatwa the most pleasant and brilliant gatherings Bass each__ ._-_ _.-_ .- as j SO boxes.I This material is made rf uniform site by ma- S. '. '.,Pl.-

in the jog market caused 4iy the ever held) there. The ladies in the grading and macadamizing ? Whoever MBATS.Bacon. .. d.c" boa which win'hold two hundred The best Byft Vf? taIG&' .cI.. T.4" ....... .1. ,
temporary C. R. per IVBeeC __- li@ ,iS I oraaccs. Will be sold cheap. LIMa and duck Bueky sells
suspension MailS
of average Moss fee
other mills the is for the these The nicest and best.
charge 'and '; the gentlemen comprisingthe responsible present mess.per lb....... ..-_.-- 10 t If .AppV at the Bolt Shop ol A. G. CHA PPELL.o Organ' .; year :
price of logs was reduced as to allow anomalous condition of the 'ec would, Beef; Fulton market iLb-: -. 16 l iS. tf ,Bay.street JacVsenvUle. money and gives letter aatW Shun JIIDJ sf,: '
committees in theireffort .. :
no were untiring' Mutton(scarce)per -. j '. 16
profit to loggers. Taking this into for the amusement bf"the goests.The do well to inform the public bow long it Puit per 1b __ .. -- 't. Cit 16 EMILE :MOURGEON, CARD.O '.. now made.: 'They'comprise the 1, J-" .
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consideration. Mr. J. P. Taliafero, one hall was beautifully festooned and j is: to continue. Look at? the street between Shoulders:per lb.........-___ II @ ts}( *aDd after the first of November. : :- i"JIIM
f the Parts France lately Foreman cllM States.Wand ureia Gntferto : and ,Cranit.mOlBstrated
best and moet energetic business Pine and Ocean streets,-the only White Bacon. ,per lb.-< *I jI .jo from. '- Dyeing establishment \ Ortkestro. .

IDtD in the trimmed with flags, emblems, evergreen '-a.; ESTABLISHMENT SELECT PRIVATE BOARD 5' :.:" ,_ '),,: f; nt1t c q
city ao4 SCOCRIXG
aioggerofctendecI section of it on'whlch work has been NEW DYEING AND
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and moss. A moss covered stone well, WbIta per bY. .- _, .to ,81. SO. -
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en ence. lea for the North ,and obtained done. The North half of .it ha* >ecn Extra ked.per bb.;._. -. -. .9 @IO iadice-and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel can be.bad fas the SMUTT Colonel A. M. Tosma."Morcfach. .1 .j O 1-
orders for overhung by an evergreen tree, was Superfine,per bbl_ I 7 @ aCorn Hous," .Fursyth street j>srw..s Liberty Catalogue* sent hymafl postpaid lust}
two million Lace Curtains.
feet of from 10 '
macadamized of rocks NC'
peviack.-- 3.5
lumber filled whh Joe-cool .leJl1 nad: Rebecca a pile Hominy sat*_, ___ 3.35 @ 3 3 85 . J.ace Shawls. aad Washington.DAY '' l : } .
wUhib* promise of renewal of o.ne.to.three ieet high has been hid j\n\ per ., and other due fabrics most carefully cleaned and dyed. !BOARDERS address'upoaapplicatioa. to. -
worn' as at the well. was personified by Miss yarn, FORSYTH. STREET,betweea. Newnan and Market .i' ''.i- S 'S :. ;If

sooo AS the two millions Bisbee. The.. refreshment ,table was the, middle, making ,barrier. which Apples.a'cIo,-.!....."...-----._.. 3 0 40 streets. 5n satisfactorily accoounodased SHONINGIR ft CO t fdJ ,
were elnrr4shed. On his return Umes,per doz__:_ '.r.-- --- 10 @ ,15Lemon. For further\?;)!/ at this office or to. : '
he con- ice 'cool nobody"attempts to surmount, so that A.-4 '.. '._ ; ; ,difl.J
**** Scott's well filled and the cream and ,per das. _- -- .so @ *70BaJaa SALE. IIMayw QNES,,at i S
for mlU and .at .one The ball when a person wishes. to cross the street ,,fsrh.j.. -_- .-- -_-* 3-ft SCorn. T2OR : ', ,, : ..C'b '
ouaenced refreshing. was complete wuuiic : S _
operatjo This militias even if ho in in the middle 1 of the Si. located the Oty
square and Lot beautlroUy CreeleyPrrnIn&DaaielDG
successand 'sum A House J. C -
was realized. ,
a good .per buIbeI.1. sj t p ::
]p&tity. for sawing orer /,' feet The ladies who undertook the enterprise he is compelled go to the,corner crossing Oats,per.bt shet '.. -. i 10 3 i. t*, Jacksonville. 'Tb.bmsA' b Iuzan4 trnblerj.H.: tiUt.Nortos ft*..C.OtUttr L. Rubiasoo.**. iln., IL'S .. "/jycJu DEPOT LUMBER-YARD.. :g :Lk1
perMr.. have the heart-felt thanks of the Lees to effect it. But this.is a slight inconveniejjce Sake-per JaCk .i _10 @ S .S fitted up with modern Improvemeots; I. dreot CONTRACTORS ADBUILDEP4... .

Taliaferro being a logger himself, and the who attended. compared' 16 others. We Butter,per In.. r, -. '_--..-- 3 lit 40. 'OKAHtYM1EE.i. .
guests First ia ud.c.o ; De.na GRIFFIN. ., "
"tins Qieene.pcr1K. _- @ n.so LAKES EUSTIS AND ;
aided ------ HARRIS. ; *****
the Interests of the loggers and most. energetic in originating thispleasant all know that unless the moon favors us Lard.JlUIb l .. -t;, _. J- ,.I' @j -. WUX VTO A' ,.
the &" &ong the river and bu raised affair* were! Mrs.,F..Ro.Little, with her..light, ,our city. .at night .is Potatoes FW.'(ICU'CC Irish),per per dot---bvib4-r.-.i'.;.; -.jo 3S jj W.3 -00#> ." .- ,,. RmbberaadoasuitsatBucky'a.ANLT. .-' SILVER. 'SPRING. .- i" :. JvLt.ASTnNTO.; : 1 tit'f! -

pnceof logs darkness. Avehicle ** _; ....... i g ,
over tL50 per thou- Mn.TfbbIttmand wrapped 'In Cimmerian1 Sweet ? .: t oo tGCI; UNDRESSED'LUMB'ER
Miss ,
** K jKellie; Center, 0aJ0u.per peck. <. ,.' 7 dZS oATS. .. .\ad other Landinge on the Ocklawah Rlv r.OKAHUMKEE DRESSED. *" .
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&J1 f ony? has his enterprise' ven Mrs. H. S. Kookcr : "? driven rapidly along.Bay street, .oaisonvrr.. CORN 5. MOULDINGS' AND SAWED -

topetns to the lumber cosiness but .. on a dark night liable to encounter a Peaches, perlb .. -_', -" ; so..s Jnc vecl Ia'P llock 1Jri.e eoN ucItl... : S'.S'S. .S PINESHINGLES, -.j 4
to the __._;; : v' .
cenera.Ul.trade and commerce.of the city The tteamer Ocklawaka!_ Captain pile of rocks and f be i overturnedq ,to( the Currant Blackberries' .*,per per lb_lb.- --. 3D IS' ISWood.'pb .. ,- :t.W.. "Ii. ,:LUCAS.:.,- Sal'liEW.STORE near Lama. T1IaS&S 5' 5 S; 't ,,- 5ciuap FOR.CASH.tt .> .

felt The city trade has deeply Dardi, has taken Uwplace of the Lbllie great danger of the occupants.. Nay, '. < **"nWm THE, DEPOf LUMBER Y4RD.laaber .

the swpeiulon of the: mills during Boy on the route from this city to SaltLake while I write! these lines J in broad daylight ; u.4.3'. A A.1. Jba.Master Ia aD or.dry...
the Wood, sawed per cord-. r ::-;--- 5 5 li-1. I NQT1CE ... s. :'fr "' k-v1ra4 parte i
pan summer, and this 1I1 vemei,M the is has been Impinging Hay Konbern,per cw-.i M tajrunkctflirktMblsssVaMlwflfctfoM iarvv Jacksoovule every THURSDAY mornings ancI.at all JaadiJJas _the.. at low ratesAHe*-
. natural wbjje latter steamer undergoing a buggy upset by (;oal.perk-_ -- _. n 10 UrCtUOC. I.' ..., "H., .. ..prompt.- III.. <- "a uJjCKEM.
result. tend*,IncreaM and Oddawaha : stone the SyruFlortdapcrgal-- r ... 'n 41! .7.qe.wK. .. .. -- .10 .. LOQaJ.. BCSK..rI : .
Th "the R.YOSTEZ.f3acbc1wW4 .
I repairs. _;. :Itook against pile on Jt t- .
hnel sfl tsd_ ., ., Q .T""h'1 .. .. per gal_ i ",. -# --- .' *.f1a.JIIIJso .-,. < : .. : ; .
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k Jt., may. ;. all_ very, fine.to be ak' STAT& il''T''H''E' S'IG"'E'"R"f : .. .. :
IrOTWuor >!. L. $TEAk ; ;: '. .'.
I atigeVand with the angels1 stand,' tut Lttntenant-Oorcnor i' .,": : { .i. ".. ; ..L ; It' 4I :-- -- -

L : this being a hermit and living alone 'OomptruUrr-O.rrUrycf!& .A.-.COWO1LL.B. McLIX .'. ft; ->.n .; .: -LRDA ,S A V I N GS B A N: 1J'. '' : '. -

v is'not quite so fine. At the present Trwuntrr-0.-H. FOSTER. AGAIN TRIUMPHANTTHE !' ; ; : -

r t\ngwe..dcz pot know much about Attorney Oeaeral-WU. A. \ ". : :T AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. -
p ; Adjutant Ocnerml-JOU5 VAfUTUM. :. (.,' .,'S J t -
; ,hit ingeLusness.buCu to Jiving Oomm'r of Land and Immigration). EAOAV.Baperlntendrat '.: [Iacolrporatedjuly6th.1$74.l

3 4) f alone "we know how it is ourself." State Engineer-M.. of Public IL ALUEBOER.natrDl'tlon-l. GIBBS. .1 : : .' OFFICE LOVERIDCE'S BUILDING, OCEAN'STREET.1
I i For 'SUPREME WORLD'S's.AWA'R.Jji; ..t : I ', ', ,. 1 jAocsoirvruj ItA.;July ist.1874.' /
It' 1i twoJong dreary"weeks we have COURT. ,
Chief/utiee-K. N O'tICE la nereby given of the Incorporation of Tkt FlarMa.Svift 2a**aid R.rml EttatExduuittk -

: ;' tried ,it. For two,long, dreary weeks JaiUor-J.M. BAND1L.Aaweiate D. WE8TOOTT.< ): : r.l: : ; I ", ..1. ::. ... : .,:. .. with the principal place orbualDellla te city Jack'Jle. ,' _,
The, the Florida at
daleor Bank II to thOle who'.n thelt ,
to d&r-M1flg the
,. we "Have.been the only soul > in the CJerk-LYMAW B.K."B.VAN. v.',LA'&. AGAIN RECEIVED.BY. : ;s Ml'i I mcalll lalcly elllplOJ It at Savings a good rate filtered,to.be ftStCd. ,tinder the.d1mdoa YO.I,weI1.k. money citizens. 1-I .- P11cm.H .1
J house. We havehad no one' to love o AT HOME. in home securities well-known value,: .
ClItCUlT COURT._ )'.. ? BAM Houms.-The regular boors for transaction business shall be from o'clock a. ia.to o'clock B*.
9 3 p.
us-none to ca.hug. All alone we went lit Judicial ctm. t-W. W.VAN NER8 Penwool "T HE w elR L'D' S 'FAVOJ :JT; ,E. daily except Sunday and holidays,and OB Saturday until j o'clock p m. ROBINSON
: loied;! hot lo. .in .word1'was'aid. S4-! P. W. WHITK, Qal$.cT/ .-Deposits will be entered In the books of the eVMipcratiofl Ud also b>a book to be given ta the de
14" .4. Wm BBY80X LIT Oak. f ., .' ,',. .Ior.< This book wQ! be evidence of his or her property. When moneys are withdrawn, this book mutt be -
: We got up in the morning just as quiet 41B ft'. R.B.AHCBIBALD,'jMUonTille .. brought to the Bank to have the payment entered..Depositor may take out the money the*.or,!Is case DRUGGIST ,
absence or sickness h will be paid their order
to properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Depoe
as we retired; at' night; There was SthJudidU Circuit-.. if. OO3 .0ca1a.. -- _. SEEThE la will be repaid at anytime when called for.'when there is a sufficient amount in the treasury uninvested; otherwise Hoeg" Block, Bay St..
: P'-jf not much,houseworkto do, and the b.i"', .I.T.KAOBUT.mp& .1 FOLLOWING :"., ,at the.earliest practicable period,in the order in which they may be called for. J FLORIDA.I
barn chore1-dfdn't : Tth : .J.:::? Ca Eaterp"--. IMTE BST.-Interest at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(or two cents per day on tun)will be paid ACNE .
coraturot-- much : annually upon an deposits which shall have remained three months or more in the Bank;to be added annually I I -
time. For the first few days we *tu4.' DUVAL OOCSTT.. SEWING MACHINE SALES OF.X873-:, to the principal of the Depositor. COMTOOTTMHQ naPI A&T1CULTT..,
Cm&ty 3a p-W. A. MrLEAN.Ctek ., Accotnrrs UHCALUO FOE/-Any account to which nothing shall be added and which shall have remained
r died economy, and boarded ourself.. Jf Court-OSCAR uncalled for for seven yean sbalLcease to beat interest. -
h i We soon tired of 8hertf-JOSEfBH.I>OkKEK.IIART. The Table of Sewing Machine Sale for tS 73 show that our sales'last year amounted 132M4"lacbi. tes. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE TO HUM.-If persons die who own money in this Savings Bank,the money will.be BARNEY'S "
i; got eating the out Mtat Solfcitor-T. A. )tDONNaLLCouty&IicitorCIIA8 being, a... e .Increase over the sales of the previous)ear(itp)) The table also show that. \.IT. ; paid to their legal represelltatl . K ,
i c side slice! of bread at every meal, and i ILSU iMJERS.. L 's..J. n.;.. ., BANK BOOKS.-Although the officers will endeavor/ by all possible means to prevent frauds yet all pay
c. 4 threw the loaf I Treuartr-.T.W;$AUI. 'OUR-SALES EXCEED OF mania to persons producing the bank-books shall be valid payments to discharge the corporation. FLUID
away bought Apiior-Z. C. ORKKLKT. . . ,. CHILDREN'S EXDOWMEJTTSParents or guardians of minor children may deposit money as trustees for the
T ers. Rememberingihedifcu1tythat Collector-PETKR JONES. '". '. ::,t '. i '-: "' ";-' ': benefit sf such minors until they become of age,Interest upon which maYbe. withdrawn annually, added to

Brother Bccphcr! had with his dish. Bap-rtnUiDdrnt of 8chool-C.F. M A.WBET.' For the period named,.by the number of*23,354Mach1ncs; ,or nearly '. '. the SPeciaL principal.ENDOWMENT, PLAIT. .In the Florida. Bank -
: iuctiont-en L. Burch. J.C.Hemming, M. A. -Deposits Savings amounting to f 70 during each year for a BU.C.HUI
:j coth'a'tewyearsag6-in account of Difalynikt .. : <. .. '.1. .f! :' term often years wm secure the depOsItor a cashpayment of'IPOO at the end or the terwt or proportIonately )
.. Notary Public*-John O'Usm.1F.: B.; Knapp,T. DOUBLE THOSE OF ANY OTHER COMPANY.. : OD smaller or larger annual dcpoaita 1ft case of lDabmty to complete Ole tell aDDual payments the depositor .
which we gave i in_his miscellany at the B. Kell*, O. P. Cooper Chs..M. Summer,. W, O. .' can withdraw the lmoomta already paid In.upon c'ying three motulis notice,together with the accrued Interestthereon. The on3jks
t .' i 'time- resolved Jeffreys, Edwin Illgtins, Wm. M.: Lwawith.J5-.M. ) I" This plan,WIlike ordinary life insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture previous payments *remedy for
we not to wash any Cheney,Tho n.Maxey J. VT. Swaim, U.Orangvr. It may be further stated that the sales of zIp show a rdatJyely'arret' increase beyoh'd'lbe sales of other and offers a safe and easy method, of providii a handsome endowment for lie future of parents,children Mend .
dishes, but just put the dirty ones to Jo U. Dnrkee, C. CodnDgton"W, L.Coan,J.W. makers than of any other year. For instance, la 1871 we sold 45,009 more. Machines tha any other company or the depositor individually. Special deposits not to be withdrawn for ten yean will entitle the depositor to
I'j soak Whitney. ;whereas.In 1873.the sales were a for doutlt tin tmemnt ef each defotitt,payable in ten years in favor of any person designated, BRIGHPSDISEASE
tI and use clean, ones. As JQng as County Commr .'nen-MUes Pries,'E.Fortune, fr -. t.1. LOANS.-AH moneys received on deposit shall be invested In first mortgages on real and personal property in ,
Ii t!, the dishes hold out we sball) along' II. IL Uopg.T. 8 Bells, R. )oie. this State of at least double the value or in other ample collateral securities. ..
I :; get Justice or the" Pekr_W. W."Sampson', V. A. j 113,254 IN EXCESS ,0 f OUR HIGHEST COMPETITOR REAL ESTATS.-This corporation will act as trustees for the purchase and.sale of real estate or the renting And a positive remedy for
with that :of housekeeping all BummeraU. C, and management of estates and "
t part : fkTownwnd. henry O. Ttson. James I : property generally .
: U. Wiiron.: K. 1'. Chapprli;A. H. Philip W. L: I JAMES H..PAINE.
i' ,I right, but they won't last always, as Coin, ABueeiac,.Wso.-O. ;f ; the clean ones are daily growing smaller : W. Menard. LESS than their sales in 1871; whereas as has been shown our sales have LARGELY, INCH EASED. The ; GRAVEL STRICTURE r
Purveyor Chas. F. Smith. account of sales is from sworn returns made to the owners of the Sewing Machine Patents. It will hardly be ,
t. .; r and the pile of dirty{ ones larger. Inspector of Lumber-U.K.Moody,R.W.Cone. denied that the superiority of the Singer Machines is fully demonstrated all evests that their popularity in NERVOUS DYSPEPIA,

i The crisis in this particular is: J. Pno s Jr.Conetablea0.. household II unquestionable., .
approaching H. Mays 8. Wilson. J. Smith J. TY DROPSY
: and, unless "the folks" J.Forbes James Lane J. IL Brown. : : ,
', i come home pretty soon, we shall have : NON-RETENTION, 'OR
; to borrow some dishes. ,For the first L. INFLAMATIOw',
Companies. Sold in 1873! Sold in 1871. THE
few days we 'made the bed AMi.rmen-B. A.THEDA UT. E. W.DEKNF.A. I.
:: up very RUSSELL,W. WIKTDOCQUB WM.M.BO8T.WK.K. THE SINGER- _.____ 232.444 f i 319,758 Increase. __ j,686 FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK, AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. .
nicely every morning. For'lhe next L. I PL1IMINGJACOB 11UFF, A.'J. Wbee'er &Wilson r_____._ 119,180 174/088_ Decrease...___ 54,44
: :: { few days'we' off and for BKXTLEY B. B. HUBBARD. LAPERAlD'1IDNEVS
put till night, Domestk---------- _. ,
47,354 .
40.114 p.operty.
Manhal-E. FORTUNE. e-c 9 40 The Allen one the finest resideness in the State with *>acres of land;ot the shell road
...,. the last lew.days we have not made it Clerk-W. II. CHU1STV. Grover&Baker...._... .... ,_.? W.I79 ._, zoso Decrease_- IS.83t mile from the post-office. Beautiful river front boat-house.larze grape viney rd, loa orange trees,handsome one
,,. ; ; ,' at all.. We were charged particularly Treasurer-CHAS. FRIDEITBKRO: Weed..--________ iU.7 o 4tA44..Decrease. ., 90,673 bars&c. House has 19 rooms finished throughout in the best manner.. Double piazzas. Will be sold atlas. SPERMATORRIKEA.Leucorrhcea ,
A..euo1'-C. B. SIMMONSCollectort'EIUP than one-half coat,on easy terms to close an estate: ,
: .j' I to water the house plants :and take care WALTER. : .t,247 s6,666, Decrease_'. S. 19 'A tract of 58 acres of land one mile northeast of the city,near the Moncrief Spring shell road. Well located '
Howe ____._ ___._ No for or DTsase, of '
: Clerk Xarbt-WM. OARVIX return (Estimated) 145.000 Decrease buildiag lots or market gardens. Price $17.50 per acre. 'W the
.. I of the- bird.. .The- plants 00.have caused City Physiciin-C: DREW Jr. Gold Medal___________. 16,4t 18,897 Decreasc--. a.i66Wilcox&Cibba. --The*Riverside (lowe." Brooklyn,ten minutes walk from the center of the city. One acre of ground dut Gld.Stone and In tha Mucus Cokuluscato o B

I': us a gooa ucai 01 trouble, out we left :__. .;._:__..; ...15.881' .: -. .,33.639' ; Dccreue----.. l1.7sS fronting Several on houses the river and lots i House,well contains located 18 in rooms the city;la Jacksonville first-class order. 'Pri
: : the door of the cage open about the MASONIC.Polomon American, B. H.;_._ 14.181 18.930 Decrease...._.... 4.748 -_ 0-jo-tf -'
.Lo lre No.20-M. Dowra W. M. Chan. __._.___.___ .
Bit Howe ,
first time we curried that animal off, Eliot, 8oe.'II.Koopmon Trea. ,IL.giilar-uveuug. t3,9t9 14,907 Decrease..__ 988 KEARNEY'SEXTRACT '

and he has not troubled much lit and Sd Wedue 4 y*of e cb month. Remington.Empire.t_;__ 9.18) 4.98a Incre..___ 4 1Florencc TO BE ,
:i:; us Duvil Lod e No. la-X Wai-gate. W. M.; 13.11. ........._______._ 8.963 15.793tt.376 Decrease-. 6,833 SACRIFICED.
i: since. Of course we will "catch it" Wetntrr.lit and 34 Svc.M on; D..)'Jones.of mtch, Tflrr.month.Regular' meeting. Davis..?_______..__ .._.. 8,861 Decrease.,_-. .stS BUCHU

when the folks come home, but that Jacksonville Chapter No.12.R.A.M-J.S.DrifrgS Victor _. ...-.---.._ 7.446 n.901 DcTCa5C 4.555 ,

j :. ;' is a good deal easier than it is to.catch a.!. E. II.P.; M.Bovn,Sec.; D JoDea,Oaard. Rvg- Dleea___________..___ 3.458 -- 6,053 .' Decrease...__ .995 Permanently cures
., pta?meetings last ridy of each month. ___ _.__.. ___ ) Diseases of ihe
: Sfcor. a
i the bird On the whole were 'free > M. M M 3,430 311 Increase____; 3nS '
*tn uni Commnnd-ry No.1-J.'t). IMggi E.,' DRY ,
.' to say that Ve do not like housekeep. C.: P. 0.Dawkina Recorder. Regular meeting 1st ir\Jj E..DrammorL3,081. 1 I 4.262 Decrease. ____ 1,181 GOODS ,. '. DRY. '- ,'GOODS. DRY GOODS 1 U t BLADDER. KIDNEYS AXD DROPSI-
u>.d 24 Tuesdays. of each month. ; :. / 34 ,< 2 CAL
I: ing, and if ever we should be "born | '8T1TE I r '" *j. SWELIcS..
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again"-aDd, according to very good Grand Master-A. 3. RoMell JarkionTillp. OUR NEW. FAMILY MACHINE ':'",. fLt\ ill1 '. '* i <._ < Eaisting.in.men,women and children, .

: .', authority, we have'all'got' to undergo : Sr.3nmd Grand Deputy Warden-Eo M liter-P.D.Jordan.O. WilMD Feroaodiiuu-TullahMiec. 0 t -. II. j'.;; I"-r' ,... .. : -b.-. r .. -.. .' -,' .
p that operation-we earnestly hope we Jr. Grand Warden-E. Wasgate,k-onyU'e. Embodies; New and Essential l P.IDdples-SIDpticity Construction: Ease of Operation; Uniformity of Precise '. !' .". NO MATTER VHAT
I' .t shallllot be born j Grand.. urer-D. L Oakl.,. Mnntlcfllo. Action at any Speed; Capacity Range and Variety of Work, Fine or Coarse- : During' the next '. .' .. .. ._>. '. -THE, AGE'
a woman, and es- Grand Hecretary. C. Dawkins JvcKionville. I LEAVING ALL RIVALS BEHIND .
Grand ChajiUIa-ROT.John IVnny. I1'I t 1iu! r;: ;.1 .; I Pror. Steetsays
.,. eciallyaho sekeepingone. We would : 'One LottIe at ; Fhi4'Extract
Grand Tylrr-David '. ,, Buchu Je'
Joncn Jacksonville.DISTRICT
I : \, rather be an angel.-Elmira Gazetlt. DEPUtY GRAND MASTKUS.; '. ,. \'j. J.' ', :-: '." ., "XXX, : DAYS'-:: : : : ., cmbned/. f worth more Than al- oUr I

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Ift District- U. O.Alderman. f
II I 1\\ '..: Old Friends. .. Reevca, Chattahoochce. TEST THE SINGER; BEFORE PURCHASING ANY OTHER." : DoUa Price Oe Doa pr Bottleor Six tocties for F..

: I ,r' Never 9 give up old friends fornew Bd fib"" J.IL 8.B.Thlgge Taylor,Ja Live kBonrllle.6th Oak. .. ".. :TERMS '' : I,,will offer for sale my stock of Clothing,_ Dry Goods', &c., &c., at

: ; : ones. Make new ones i if like and' M. W. JL Long.Oeala. EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT. : ':- j DEPOT, 104. DUANE ST.. NEW YORK.ffStXD .
you '
Z. II. .
; Mou Orange Sprier.7ih .
: :: when have learned that .' Frank Branch ;; ; LOWER FIGURES THAN EVER A pi i
\. you you can Tampa ., --- ", .. ; and ate C ac coriespo.cnc
I ; give advice
: trust them, love them if you will, but OF GRAND CRAPTER K.A.M. c-.
., ", ,.' remember the old ones still. Do not Grand Deputy Ilieb Grand Priort-M.High Prient Bowes-J.B.,Jacksonville Driggi J.ckao. /, The Singer' .Manufacturing Cof ; In order to close out stock on' hand; SAo"oa. .oPH.' n:

/ forget they have been tried and found | -and ville'King-B. O. A1d.rman. Murianna.' J.D.. BUCKYi, .; 'd .. ,_'

true ; that they have been merry with J Urand Rcnbe-D. C. Wilson Tallaha-t No.' 172 :BR6UGHTOX ST., SAVANNAH, GA. :'_,_._._._Great Southern Bazar' Ba'y'street. Jacksonville.. I .1:
S' Oratd Treasurer-W.A. Young, JackioDTille. '
yo /iq' time of pleasure and when .,, TO'TIi E
J sorrow came to you they sorrowed ODD FELLOWS. ,c. A. VOSBURGK, Manager. . : [ ,',;,! ,2,.., v .:,
Pond Lodge No. 1-Wm. H. Cook N.O.$ 8. M. GEORGE IV. FRAZIER Agent 44vE ,
] :: also. No matter if they have gone Tucker B, 8. Regular meeting every Tnrtday .MONEYSAVE. TIME TAKE .COMFORT NERVOUS 'AND;-DEBILITATED

1. down in the social scale, and you up ; iii,hL TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 8-t6tf JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. .; ; '( ". J

(,.J;' .,. n6niatter!
." .\ ,p : has come ,to'' them, with prosperity W.day Frazier.nigh at R.Good 8.j Templar'Regular meetings Hall errry Thura- : : NO .CHARGE FOR ADVICE AND ;
;Uoeg-a Block. :
; and 1 1entf'to you, are they any the Jackiunville Lodge of Good Templar No. 1-B.F. : }: CiR T ROYAL BR.; TAT1ON. Cls

I, : less true for that ? Are ,not their I Ward.Wednesday W.C. T.;evening H. A:Beuiingj in Hoe'W.. Hull.R. 8.(M Meet floor every ; A:: : K: PERCIVAL] ; : ';, ,. : .1 : '.:.. J. ., -

I hearts 'as warm and tender if they do i Rescue Lodge No.?, I.O.O.T..(East Jac1t o"il1.) .. : ., t. 'tII_]. 'D.iS' ? *? 'tn&Ote of Jefferson Media
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-B. H. Webt, W. C T.; C. M. Jones W. R. 8. College,PhBadelphi.author of
j beat 'neath SUCfrESSOR: TO ]. H. CROWELL. '! .t several valuable work*,
4. homespun instead of vel- Meet ev.ry"eDIIIC'< at Grove Ha'1 Dev the shell ,, .. -! can be consulted on diseases of the Sand ,Vri
: a a **
road brld '. j T,4; -_ .' '
'1 "' t ( has
ar Orl. bib mode aa especial
vajLJks ,
k5jil/ricndiheyrare. .as e.FIRIt b
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tiiiTd'tehdeiand1oving( and don't Engineer J.me*H. Hoe,. : .1.t 'L-I: IS .\, '" >; t.'i : ,.: -'" .NOTICE TO TRAVEL RS. Igloatfng m eme.D tong .maUef.I wbal practice Q of

I :: forgetold friends-: Golden Age. lat l AMlaunt' Josrph Manyek. .' .. 'j ,,,! tUIL_ :_.:__L. '. :.:_ yean enable bin 1 treat de'aCc Oar Y:
I Steam Fire"Engine MecUaraV-' *.J,Mott Fore :'Ay I ;'. > j I 4'M cCharzes. at a
man. ; describing P'aa4 snd'tnp
An exchange'says : ,.*'It is stafed itna Steam Fir lapin*-William Bays Foreman. :.: : p f. ,. to pay postage..
). that the number of cans of peaches Alert Phojniz HOM Iloae No.No.I-S C.-A.C. I.VaDdergrifl Ruaneil;Foreman.Foreman. 11 Ji Passengers make Close Connection .: '; Send for the CII iii Hhll/J.. Price MM,

Ameiicui Hook and Ladder Co. T. ::.,: It ,
: picked lastyearappruximated'zaooo. A. Wllaon, '-. i x.o 4 -': ,. .
Foreman. : t. '
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: : :; : 'j J. DYOTT M. D.
000, tomatoes 18,000,000, and ,corn BANKS. :" lw.: t. : ,
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: 6,000,660; 16 8OO) ,boQ. The head. Freaman'Piivlng''Biilc, corner*-f Pine and .... .. v, .., J : ; : :'PbyjlBfai, and 3mems. IO, Dnax. .N.f
Fonyth streets, J. W. '
Swalm.Caahler. -
:. : qu ten' 'of peach canning' are: in D.G. Ambler1.Banking house, Bay street, T. H. :- .'1 .. I .-.: j' \r'.t'-' 'TT'-7'SAVANNAH: !! & CHARLESTON .- -
4 11 Maryland and Delaware. >a.". Caihier. _. DEALER IK COFFINS AND
) UKDXftTAkfiR
Large quantities E. W. Denny, Banking Honce. Bar street corner % : ;
': of are also of 11 .' = !, '- ', 'I'
oysters .alongthe !- -
; put up 00e&I1.UQTEL8.. 'J }: : I j" : *. f AND. .

\ :4. Chesapeake. Tomatoes come Grand National Bay ttreet, tear Julia Geo. McOinley SHOES ET.AJ..LIC
:, r chiefly from New. Jersey, Maryland, Proprietor.- LEATHER; 'i'O'Rl ROYAL RAILROAD: BURIAL CASES

., '; New York, and the Eastern States; Togni Metropolitan. Proprietor., Newnan street near Bay, J. B. J > ,.., AND

,t, canned.corn and'lobstersrora Maine. Ocean Rouac.Ocean street, near Bay, Mis. C.L AND C WOOD COFFINS
Bufflnrton. J roprtetri ia. FINDINGS For"Auguita, Atlanta ,
:! Georgia might go into the peachcannfng Florida Home corner Fonyth and-Cedar- streets ; :: Chattanooga, Memphis,. Nashville. Louisville, Cincinnati -
W. Eo .' St: Louis, Chicago, and all 'points North South East and
I : j business with profit and thus Stock well,Manager. -' : West
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: ; open up anew, industry.ioDurpegple. FEDERAL OFFICERS. On: : : : I': "i-: '
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t The crop"put; upinthfs'way/or e'cri I Collector of CuiU>m -J.R. SCOTT. TRAIt '
I a portion of it Deputy Collector- C. W. BLKW. 9.30
wJHoring inone'y .
Inspector of( *-E.UIOOIK8., .
%': than if shipped in a half ripe state Postmarter H. ADAMS. ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO CITY AND COUNTRY.RETAIL" < .
r Collector of Internal Revenue-A. A. XNIOHT. -'t' > '' \ PASSENGERS, HOLDING TICKETS BY'OT EIt'LINES'' '
; '. to Nort er % arkets.-Sap. Advcrti- ; -" TRADE, -i"- ; CAN GET THEM '
: / EXCHANGED"(thereby in Savannah AT
:, kra4-1tejub5ca"! U. 8.Giuger-JII03.)LcMUIUI.AY.U. _; ," avoiding delay )) .
"' i 8"ClRCUIT.coa. And by strict. attention- to'business- sad the wants of the public,will endeavor to merit. a share of their patronage. :. .,. : : LADIES"AND GENTLEMEN'S' &.
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,.. / p'ut'lcePBILIPFk'8BR.J ) ; BREN'S ; ,1lEQ UI JtED.
Women. Atlorney-J. B. C. DREW. GOODS TICKET OFFICE ; _ALSO ,
4 Marshal-8. CON AII'r. '> ,
I Croquetmaidens are all. for. lawn MARBLE.
Clerk-I. TOWN8END: ", To. aU panaohe. Sute. '
'' 4' ';-An'- English- girl. has taught'by/1 J/ U.8. Register In Bankruptcr FR1BER. AT THE OLD STAND, COR. BAY and J OCEAN STS., JACKSONVILLE ': .. .1'StloJ .. 21 BULL'STREET, SAVANNAH,GA. : 'i SLATE, ,M'A TEL'S.

-. ., :' tier father to shoe a horse ana sne ,. SLATE HEARTHS &C,
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_ Il '. I ; -It has been, noticed that.nothing Attorney- at Law and Notary Public.. ; I, ,d.' ..... STRICTLY. RELIABLE' INFORMATION' FURNISHED.. '. ,., i I AND'FORSALE; BY'

_ ; .. ;} 0 makes a woman laugh so much as a :I .NORTON & KOOKER : : ;: ". .' I : DAILY: PAPERS- ; f. .. CALVIN OAK,

4 ,' # new set of teeth. t. : 'orsyth Street oetweea Lutra and:Rogaa. ,

,, :f Oventrained-Mrs. Mary Strain, of DEALERS UI. .. ; From the following:'cities on file every day-FREE :TO EYERYBOD.i.sBoston- tW36.1". Jacksonville. Florida.

,i Pittsburg-' rho married three brothers.orcd REAL tA'T'JRj' "<* j .--NewYork, Philadelphia,'Baltioiore', San Francisco7 Chicago,: .

\ yet happy-A'girl.with her '" ". .r: ,..- 'f St.-,Louis- .., Cincinnati. and many others..,.'v, :. ", "', :M/ ET'ALLI'C' ,.
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,;.4 first pair of earring .She' was at the OF ALL KINDS. .,- .. .' i Quick Time and Sure Connections via the Port.Royal' Railroad." S URIA L' CASES. ,

camp-meeting. : .. .. .: /. J/ ; ../- v .
1 >ANew York doctor .figures ,it put GENERAL INSURANCE" AGENTS, .representing. the 'following.corn. -, .:. WOOD ,.COFflNS

that anaverage' w man will "khed' 'a 'panics: ; A. O : ** ,
assets ,
; ,. a barrel of tears in fbrtyyears.. .: --' _
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;' One reason why Wisconsin hired CONTlNu1.AL.OF..N.E, .; t / -r : .. I

I girls get $4 per week is because they L__ MANHATTAN1, OF'NEW YORK_, }: S1 000.,r-OOO "' :.jUS'YROW: : : : ELL; -
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-1 ; have to go down stairs at. midnight to .. .- .. -

-t '.. i investigate strange 'n ise5,' while", the c LOANING MONEY.. ; ON. REAL. ESTATE'AND CONVEYANCING_ A I I. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN .. 'CASKETS.ROss' AND .

1t man of th t.house'takes' tip a position ; I I. : SPECIALTY. "" : .
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1" undertbe bed. --- VVe BQQ: 'S", S 'H 0 E. S-S MARBLtUFRONT' BLOCK. NlEARtT,.
a givelbelov: ,a few.of the many choice.places for( sale.by us: ,1 : ..T. OPPOSITE OLD STAND,,

- : Ulxerxes, my. boy, said Jklrs No. 1 3: >JT rH tory house on AsUey ttreet, near St. N .:los. Duntawton plantation: on Halifax river, L ',& : .', : Bay; : .Street, i) ...- FU.Ca .
Marrowfat ; \
_ a "remember the dying. James Hotel pleasantly situated In one of the beat seven miles north of.foaquJto..1nkt,a\-Port Orange; ,.. . FINDINGS: ; .
words of Socrates Never neighborhood la the city;;houke II new,with si*room, i,too acres, 1,1 so acres rich hammock lying mile .0 _', : .
: a ji.
;. marry plenty of closets and good servant's room; lot sK' from rivers 50 acre high,shell.land, immediately on ,'. .
I woman that kicks sideways." 'f i 105 feet, food knee,,good sidewalk and. the street the river bank having front of about fourth ,
'associated shelled In bearing fine lot of mile A> complete assortment of; New ork;arid } Pmiade'Iphia fine ...
A wealthy English girl has just writ. Having mysd/ with 'the Jarjtott Music ;grapes ; a young or.ngewith-brge, two-story, (ram home, 18 rooms;scaly oI.1'. AUGUSTINE.
tree; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily good finished F
House U the Sotoh I : ; commands view of the river and .
MB now scUM ocean I Goods '
teiuand published cook-book... She eel low price tor cash prepared to unus- well,with pump on back porch,which Is covered with and is surrounded with. large,baring,orange trees, always on hand. . J:: ,
i undertook or by small mentUy paymenti Dowering vines. Will be.cold cheap- IOm.75 to zoo la'number good weU,and a cistern :Sole hI .
L task in order' to cou-. th11 Knabe, Hallett.& Payis Co.' Haine*& Bros!. Ill:B. To capitalists--desiring a big thing. there that bold* ZSOo gallon in yard th ,;ditched L 'agent. In Jacks for Samuel Dunbar- &.jGix's 2
_____ I vince her lover, who is a poor man, W. P. Emerson and the-Southern Gem Piano; also, is a one opening in Springfield; slew thousand'dollars and drained: canal from sucsr-house running to the 'Miss' s' r 'Ifjne Shoes, '- :. __ '
- that she'is' Mason & Himlin and Pekoa will go s great way just now: For particular 'enquire river for transportation of crop; immense quantities of f : ,'Magno1
good :Tor something besides Ploubet. &Co. Organs Norton. & Kooker Ocean and ..treets.Wild orange trees on the placer the sod is similai the ? '
,._ corner. ..Bay to GpbdsVserit 'all t
_ a4 fashion and show, and could help: Cutest term ever given. CaJ' and see what I can offer No. 74. A HANDSOME l- RESIDENCE-- ro*- '..-.-Six best sugar lands 'f Cuba, to"which.It Is fully equal; ,by ..inajfo1'express. to : rt"of-.the'1 Stt .. : '
IA the f Instruments limestone is abundant; 'This place is really one of the ipbetweeaJaeksoavOle
JTtirae'of: way .superior and low prices. large room and kitchen,donblcbaY.window pa the iLV' WiB'make regulari
along choicest .
-- need. west.Urge.double parlors,double the south places. in Florida, and was known as such b*. near; Lauajackwnvz7l *
I' -*,-* "" ? J.H.OCHUS. piazza on ; fore the .FIIJd .', '-
war. By'ru ;
"It is said of Katie: King the Philadelphia commending of the' _w_ window filled with four lights of 4CHnchi1as and hung N.-Bl; 'D 'youwanta'.nDl winter home :' _- 'FR at 10.ratrSo
: ghost,that oh one occasion a ybnfTg"Aian r A CAR ;- with cords and weights on pulley and leaching to the orange trees 'and flowers,brFlorid**' You can, get with a PM' RRS A,, DZIALYNSKI, UVJIY.'SALEANDPEED STALL; -- freight or *

_ ttenfledtQclasp. Katie J in! his floor;with bllndi all casings are finished with mould a beautiful lot. 70x15$ feet I I.:Springfield! high and WluSON .
__ ing and oiled and varnished, making a beautiful finish healthful,and within 'I ; apply to ft WHIT
; minutes walk ,
__ tms. 'She-secraed d greatly distressed I JAcisovzLLiT-I ;.il .F JL; ,,4 March, A' 11t..;I$4.. ; ceUings; high walls J.hed,open stain double, on which to make It,ten for las ,For particulars of post-office.enquire; .;V( AUCTIONEER.J.! .J.kinds' .. ., II'I Jacksonville Fla..,
I and slipped ( his glass front doors mortlcj lock on every door In house Norton & .
_. row embrace like a TIEQtTj1JERN4UFE.I.ANCEUM china closet,store-room'plenty of ,bathroom ,. Kookerv : 'Or't JAMES cbss; .
71., ;; .
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p shaivdow, and did not appear again ANY win'jln, lew ; hip roof with cupola from which charming i:No. 119. AtractoUaciear6oaeresrcIearo1iam.view : -Ab-' : vi I :5:64. .:' .SI.Au&eItb! '
that a day appoint State Agent for is to be had of the city,the river and surrounding mock land| fin*front on Sr.Joho'adnv 5 two miles west' : f, ,,. .'.
yr That's ,
evening. right, Katie. Florida. //1 tihenca'nthn.'I: win*conduct Its country ; three lots,making isrxsoo feet; good well; uf lacksonvt: This is one of most desirable river .cOIIO. 'N MEqIAT/ ,. Percale sMrts. ,'**nice. tBue YI ..'.
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"A manage. 1'0UP.hade tree started naif* mile. from ; fronts 10 the vldnftyojackscnviflc. WO) be divided ' / ,
f': Delaware' mapl l6st: bit} 'ffe and a, -eDt. -'. For sale at a bargain. ; post-office.. if desired. .. -' 'I' -

_ i I race horse by! the same trbke of light- -.. r No. 06. A large, two-story house with ten large 1 'No. 146. 'Six acres on'Arlington river,adjoining the I i of merchandise'received7on1 elp ''ULESrOF:; .PRACTICEANn,

,, Ding, and he tried for two hours to: AH communication&T K:|toj e>care Henry A. room:thoroughly built,and finished la Cm-rate style/, Florida Home,,containlng-the. .old vineyard.' For sale neni and aoJ4 at auction or private sale.,;:u .. ; ': ,
., m.otrNri
twelve-teet ceiling; one acre of growtd.covered M a barp'D. t COD ;
lI : : revive the liorse.ThesVare L'Englc, Secretary flfjhe.lacksonvSn*. Branch,"wOl with fruit tree nd flowers t pleasantly located; within -y --. . A' .' 'Every entrusted to'me: be
'.. .tvu! ; ; I 1i i/- <.> five 'I > No. 147. MBTKOFOLTTA Hcmtu This 'hotel is P'oi can bn the Stable oft theFlorida -
.t4! th> 'tychfngs' 'which I Ii i receive due attention' ., .. 4-l ocwbalanccoskngrirneThred. ., c/xx. ; centrally located,built of the best French brick,and I is will be : ,,, i ';." .,Lt ':2; ,coo ;uip$ ninmda.dseR' Summ7 ".Wfthe!' ad 01 ,,
_ th CoUrt. .1St
t 11'1 J. first-das house Hones elI cared together
a *
to-every For ,! qO t
HI man 'cannot enjoy himself likerpional -', No"90. 400 acre* la Orange county{ one'mfleiroo* respect." "' prices'.' and._- ( Btst1 riGURi1 1 l>osiiBir! ] ( terms' : a t \.<01 Pmc pi the lull
H: termsspply to Norton & Hooker.'Callon.'orwritetdin .- -- ,
1 JlItLEIl ;
"I1Int..l1L !.. MelonvUl Price >sere. 7 . .w. ._ r..; ; ': ,J. ... .., r ., camifor) o. loune V Code (act of itta) BOW I ta force; all fa *.
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/ l 'beiflg'for 'fyriJWfSVlf ;::wf1lJ '14Nf Y'f -4 t.uld .H \' .'; J't __<. ".. :! _" : j. J.' -' J; _-i: ; 1 : I, St :Ju r al" haa I pbJec..ItI JtL.- -l"r-i-l-:': t.. '

11 d ?* nJt1)i frqm .i oi'SUpt.oI Ageadis.I !] ; teJ'waI' d..IJif -..; .,... (the....owner, and. and. ,accurate,, ntnms made. J ,. H.AVERY.. '
$ ? .T. & / Jfj1.*?.country .' "*.;\ 1. 1't IGi '\ .Pf ft,4we, .: j i 3ll" .'';.:ttj. n. :.tItprorirY': .nII ;
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4 nU catch hi.ro.at pI : 'W D BI V'.OFWCE'COR.OCEAN AND BAY 51$.) Somtr. .rM. fkSb o Price T Dollars. Cash _,, I
11 &. -" ,,. ;; RVlaltoss always .. Latest ,.. ;. r"L ,. J BADOUAgflA1IfltW.' ti.1OII. DY Jt tt'SO"; .
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