The new South

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The new South
Uniform Title:
New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Adams, Carruth & Co.
Creation Date:
November 21, 1874
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.


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


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

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NEW SOUTH. or less degree If an editor und -, '. -
THE takes the role supporting hotb sides r- landbelongs: q t'>e"Gov Olment., He valfeys was: turned inlosndw; or :hail : iRoEsSIoNALdAiS. c. RAILROADS.. 't >

[VERV WEDNESDAV ANDSATURDAY. his pays no tax, no lawyer's fee, no doetot's on the hib'points'usuaIy occupied as o STEAKas.6>
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tt"E1JSHED position equivalent to .
: a double ---
and I
affirmative, which amounts to bill, needs_ no money. The stations, and ft"'was.tbejrp and then we bR. F.: A.: McMANUS, .' ; PENSACOLA 'AND ..
: woods abound : ::
n J.'S SUKCKirnOJft: anega- with deer and turkeys, had aniple opportunityjpf witnessinga > JACKSoNvtLt RAILROAD NtWYORIAND : ::;
tive. If he habitually of CO. : ....
censure and and (Recently Bahimore)
: ..ItL',"Iocft, 13 p f annum raccoons squirrels, and series
? opossums o( phenomena just as interesting .
1 ftl' tr condemns both he is On and .
u COP) after
co regarded 117.trI
f..ara c1ur. tvt ,,cw&ed ""*time.WpIL. partridges ; ;yards with ,fowls i as dangerous.. Ascemling.ijtation HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN : will rua as follow S
IC 10 as a scold and NDIN'A.
,iD lIc common .a nuisance. .FERN
fa a"DUft\. TMKATJfSi < living brooks with fish. His cattle '
.O ifI. Nine Peak A-
Uncompahgre: whose alti- .
111\, To be entirely leaves Has Jacksoavilfe. PASSENGER TRAINS WEST DAILY '
='" T(1"' opIGo gt.o unpartisan : him over Ofiic and ,reskWc ( ) FOR "
,,-'lo15- range a thousand bills, to tude is ; feet we'' had : CIa UOOTM SAYANNAHAND .'
up strMt between TALLAHASSEE.
in 4,200 the first Laura and Pia* ia f : .
....p4etc condition of a cipher j amI'Vt their shoulders in : the rear. of Me..HendcrwIt'. ftCtII. : : ; .
ss' .
..ADJ"EXl1S/ \ :a undertakes be gr or succulent experience of the kind' Ihisj! year; and boarding-boose. t16d' I.a..JacUoti"IUII40"M and lao f..' ,STEAMSHIP LINE.? ,!... I
newspaper to T7-r.-
reed-brakes iJal3wi-
SiiiiWUELT.S O?per Inch.of....lil'lltrdoat wholly '"Independent" .of its requiring neither shelter :and although we stoodlppon,the,summit ;; ; ): .-?, -. Cay,' 7:10: 9:55Lake iasaa\' ;. :Aft....r. ti

11sb..,.. .50 cetm.VpgLT. } party wintcr.forage, and, in the sea-board as early: as 7.3oa.' m.ti it( was not CL.ROBtNSON&CO. Arrive at IJv Oik.... ,.io and 3:30 -_- '
'us JIeI'hiGh or lees,61'11 IIIMt'tIuIt t wcbcqee and yet discuss politics, it'IS on the counties, not even salt. These RiAL ESTATE'AND INSURANCE lAne Itadtaon.< ......r....... -- _. 6s0'M ..' -f f' :
supply more than
anljouror two'before the BROKERS .4 M n ___ ... ..
ts centS. high road to.the of 73<> ,
I'! OII. camp itspolitcal,: ( his table and 'I .. '
the wild bees ,
c. t. T-fl--------- FENANDUA5Qtob ,
f..tia,..0 cents: per I'M. whether reveling Intensity of the electric fluid made tuimnon, .j.w.W1flflt1y, m .. zo:. I.I'$ A J ..
-I opponents, its conductor Att'y.ULawandU.S.Comm'r. Qui cr-- _
Tus! : CASH W *W AntI. intended so amidst a boundless variety of flowers, any longer stay: impossible. The first Notary Public.A.tpq Ani..Chauahooc:..,. __ niopsj'no < 4,",. ... ""

A3drer ADAMS, CARRUTH 8: CO.. indeed at:the outset or not-unless, provide for him, in ,JI1any a hollow indications an approaching'stOrm N.w The York.M.'b'tLift,:Iosorano Company f I PASSENGER .,.MEDIATOR:>> ",, HI it '
facksonville. Florida. he takes refuge in the e'ward'harbor TRAINS EAST (DAILY. FROM I
the Asset !
of tree, most aromatic honey., can of course be seen or!heard from a !9.oo9,46a. UIflvtd.d.t,666,6.64.! S. TALLAHASSEE) FOR SAVANNAH ape MARTIN,. .:'.
neautrality and abdicates 7-Z-I-3.2t I AND )H
Visit this, JACKSONVILLE..
young couple five-years distance but -
until the

;; parties and Be.Party Paperi Should contemptible his duties altogether and' 'which is'a most afterward, and you will find anaddi! buzzing, ,not i is .heard",docs, characteristic ,the electricity J $'i BETTES, Leave.. OuiDcy Cha'&aLoochec-- ,...... 6 Lie:. an V .I Clt B.U R,G .: :: ,' !

;H despicable'positi n. tion to the dwelling ; .a loom in there ad 1aIabassce "_ -_ ..-. I
become ; :
uncomfortably plentiful! --- JOpm: Capt.RUDOLP.; .
of Mr. Medill to the But it is not essential the t t -' Moato--' .. ,
The return to ,prosperity r. under a shed ", ,the herd increased at the point for pbscrvatf PHYSICIAN =ANDSURCEON, < .. Madison, _. 4=Sr\ ,
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or influence of Although .. To. ., ",, '.. ,, .. ,. ,
te fdiiorial fraternity and party paper.thatit to fifty hundred LlveCafc.i.i. ..... s. -' -
nub of or- a the fireside ... 4:10 a SB and = o' ..
should wilfully .misrepresent its by -no .means an stIi'ic"eoniparson, ', 4.: .. ...J ,;n -.,. : '., .. ,,".. .- .s;, _I8Utd.U:15'9 '. ItQaIers Nil rn-NTllri.r .. ..- w ;. ,
bis restoration of so powerful a paper. opponents made joyous by the bright: eyes and the sound produced'by .the; rapid sue-, OntcxlIooBs-KroraS ,i1l II a.'m.and ;.m. BaMwin-.-,,..,goo: [*and 1:40 an .." "'Pd' ;' .wfi. r. .....; rJ1 .I:. ;' ''. '
Chicago Tribune to its rightful and behold nothing but evil gladsome voices of three or'four white cession: of small! discharges closely OFFICE. AND Rzsmexei-Coner: Ocean and Monroe Arrivt at JacksoaviHeions:; a m aDd 4a .fI'I1CtJ All"ii.' ,. .
the "
as and depravity in'all'their' actions or 6--6m .... .;
of the most influentialand headed little! ones;,, 'as like each resembles that created by' the frying < TRAINS TO ST,MAR.LS. a FRIDAY. .<'H OM '
one discover .
as .
only treasonable in
position .designs other as ..50'many (MDI.I ;f1-m
peas. of bacon.' this noise {<
Frequently Tuesdays .
& ,Thursdays and
conducted Republican newspapers all they propose to do Candor',' and may NORTON KOOKER Saturdays.) F,freight or palaage pplyto ., .
ably saw
never a child i in, the pine woods .tir ,
fairness observed while 'Jying'down or Leave Taflahatiifr -.... ,.,. .. .,'jocaj > ;
in ao
? ? :
is hailed by all intelligent men the treatment of political with dark. .hair.) reclining in 'a sitting but REAL ESTATE DEAl EKS, corner Ocean and Bay Arrive at St. Max-, ___ 11:50. .. .' HERiL GELPCKE '
r ArearI
will posture, streets,Jacksonville Florida. Leave St5ar __ : ,
detract .
marked accession to the strength opponents nothing' rom I During all this time he has will Money loaned on Real Estate 12:55 P<& ,
as a the never be noticed.'as soon as the observer security. General Arrive at Tallahassee -_- ,.::ao H .s Wuuamsst..NqwYoiIijt. ,
influence of a paper. nor 'wilIitiniure had fever Life and Fire Insurance Agents and dealers hi Pine i
._.r cons rrvatire Republicanism in this the of its a never had been within rises to a standing position. Lands.Plantations.&c. Spria&5cId.ubIub a specialty. ROBERT WALKER. ,Or'W. J.;WOODWARD ,.'' "" ., : Q. ,
-- nrosnects. own nartv.- '. fifty !miles of a doctor had Correspondence solicited 8.wtfITTM. .Recciverand .. '
never If Ccnl.
II ; .not then 3 Sup<<
country, and no such increase of hontjrable Such, in brief, are the views have been called to 'a funeral. The' occurring it may: sometimes H. MAGEE, Au'SupL 5- KemesentineCHATER & KING..Amts.. &,iK ,

could be more opportuneor long entertained of parties and the rosecn be. produced by holding a ham- : .- & ARTHUR BIRNEY, 10.10 W if FcnaaacIiaa.11oricb. .
power cheek of his wife',
even more mer or rifle into the air vertically BUCKY takes the lead Ia the kttett styles of Silk and '
could exercise a happier effect. relations which the Press should bear beautiful than when be first wedded ATTORNEYS For Hats.. ii-Ttf 7. "
that will reach
anything higher
a ,
towards them. A stratum ; CHARLESTON AND FLORIDA
We doubt whether there can be !, political newspaper, her, and aided 'by her thrift and 'of the As the'electricity

in the recent literature of the to be of service to the, public, must cheered by her smiles, he has lived accumulates atmosphere.however, it will- 4J STREET: NO. 330! A.' d...&,W..I. T. Cp.'S RAILROAD), STEAM PACKET CO. ,10 >

found ..
give one .the ,
party or other the .
pre comfortably, expending over ten be found that the hair of' the head I WASHINGTON CITY. 'FROM'FIRNANDINA "
newspaper press, a more fair and candid -, ference. And, while the Demcratic dollars a year, and all this'without and whiskers 1 th '. !-'i;:
and therefore impressive exposition party:embraces. many excellent and assume position !- .... TO CEDAIl'KEYS.
wearing ph'sicaI1abor or anxiety of stand end C.DREW.: ., --- '
= on -operating so : CHANGE OF SEHEDULE. ,
of the necessity of parties to the worthy 'members, who, would be an mind. He is, in fact, a practical much to our' discomfort that before J. ff*' ; .'* 1 ..COIKG SOUTH come xosrnf 4;
honor to I ATTORNEY AND L2pr.' Arriw' ; The Steamers -- ,.
of a popular government, or' any yet sincerely philosopher.. He feels none of the continuing Fcnaandin. yy. ., ,
our Investigations each To3SP. .
support believe the Republican party that the COUNSELLOR-AT-LA\V CalIaba___' 7:35Baldwin Sal DICfTATOR. 'AND'CITY roUIT' .' :
of the true painciples by which partiesand surges sway busy world. member of the: partY-had his head and -<---9=-ar. ::3.5/0)Ie. "
comprises a much larger proportion of From Office 1 in the Freedman { Until further notice win sail -' '
day to day events flow on in face new e Bank Buildingconct ---9)0 Ie ar. as fellows i
sheared. 3".23
closely The appearanceof Pine and Stark ........ (..
the newspapers which express the the intelligent and. educated classes, i the same smooth channel Fooyta- Streets,Jacksonville,Fla. .; uJ1: 1:18 .4

opinions and will of parties, should of the moral worth and business enterprise ripple on the surface. without 'a every man before this, with bristling -IY Gahiesvilk Anher ,_.___ 1:50 nio. THE. STEAMER DICTATOR.. ..' .
.9 9
Hinemper"Jsunruffled hair and beard! CAp1'.I.JX LEO
was singular and Bronson.T_, VOGEL :
governed, than is given in Mr. as well as of the patriotic: He 'seldom hears 'a sermon laughable. Soon the buttons and W. R..ANNO. Cedar Keys.._._..._, '_,,-,' 6:30 3:35 6:30 9:04am I' '
Wai.until further ..
elements of the nation and thereforethe notice leave CHARLESTON '
MediU's statement of his own views ; but he sees God in 'the sunshine other projecting portions of the clothing ATTORNEY-AT-LAW CONNECTIONS.AtFERNANDINA. .' TUESDAY evening.and SAVANNAH every' WElC"
Government of the and and the NESDAY mfternooo Inr FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE ''
country flowers .and in -
in the conduct the commenced: buzzing end decidedly .with Steamer City Point I from .P A1-\ : "
of the TL\
md intentions the civil rights of the poor and weak I smiling stars. The great volume of Office,in. Reed'* Block,.Bay Street Charleston and Savannah Mondays at 4 a.m.;steamer and Intermediate Landings.R.E .'f '

Tribune. After mentioning the differences can be more safely and prudently : nature before painuI-sensuions followed.' : At '7 lull.. Dictator a. from With Charleston and Savas ah.TbnrsUav ac TURNING. \
spread out him, in the back of the head and at the elbows < 7sJa. 4 m. steamer Lizzie Baker from Savannah :
that have subsisted committed to its keeping than that Brunswick and St. Mary's. Monday at 6 a.m for
of to
opinion sky and forest and river ; Wilt
the changing a sharp pricking, like that,of nedles ROBINSON, ,those points on Fridays at S a. m.. leave PALATKA every FRIDAY *mormmg;'
of its antagonist, 'A'hosepast history seasons and C.L. At BALDWIN with J P & &1. R. P..from and JACKSONVILLE every' SATURDAY morning.. ,., .
between himself and his predecessor phenomena of Jacksonville
and antecedents vegetation or a sharp knife! ; 'was 'felt. .By this at 4:01 p. m.: for Jacksonville: at to. suit the tide, H.KNANDINA sanvr day.arrrring' /0
furnish a. '
9:09 BW
he dismisses tint matter with a com- so much cause provide occupation for his time the party came to the conclusion ATTORNFA"-, AT-I.AW c; ,t. At RAINESVII.I.E with ,'i.w..W >to_ 11...C,. : SAVANNAH. ud CHARLF.S1'OS--'- nay SUN.VA.Y. .
for misgivings and dread of its future Tampa with l line for T--
mind and he finds ; stage : Newnansvnie, .
I jJiiucntary mention of Mr. White, behavior. I himself growing that they were standing on dangerous Also. NOTARY PUBLIC;. COMMISSIONER and Fridays, < THE STEAMER CITY' lOINT, .

richer.and wiser e'erlyear, with- ground, or rather i in dangerous clouds U. S.,CIRCUIT; COURT.; At CEDAR KEYS.with steamers to and from N., ., ;
that i u unsurpassed for point and neatness Looking then, at the individual out any new tastes or vicious habits Of&ce:No 2 Masonic Block. I-IY Orleans,. every Saturday. With steamers from Key CAnA.Df'j.wFITZGER.\LD, .n .
for ,
they were enveloping us on West and Tampa. from ., .
Fridays these
: places.Thurs
composition of the WiI1kweC1UR.I.ESTO says : two great parties, and without any struggle for riches side. Those standing on the. A.O. .WRIGHT: days. "With Steamer Cool from Tampa Sundays: fin i SAVANNAH even SUN DAY afternoon for FER< ,
all other parties being mere fragments, Can there be very Tampa Mondays. With Steamer Wawenuck,frou NANDINA JACKSONVILLE: 'A1ATKA :, .
a happier than this awl ..
My has the of the and Sawannee: Fridays i for SUW .
predecessor pursued peak along the lJln<< Tuesdays. Intermediate LaDdiJt ..
ephemeral in duration and nuroin dream-like 'A nORN1Y-AT.LAW, .. '
? They are indeed D..Eo MAXWELL. +
course which he believed to be the sharp, ridges leading from it '
object, and at their respective records expe- 5-13, ..crinLcnnt. RETURNING ;;
t juth of duty with a courage which and the most contented and virtuous people rienced the severest, shocks.. After. Reed's Block.,Bay, Stl,Jacksonville.. Fla. : ,;

challenged the respect of those who underlying principles, I cannot in the world, exempt from debt beating. hasty retreat, and remainingon ; Will practice in the different: courts of the Setat. Collections Win leave PALATKA every TUESDAY. mecninf, *-ji
hesitate to give the decided preferenceto pdra.DeDdcdG. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. JACKSONVILLE every WEDNESDAY moraa**>.
and -
litigation 7-iStf .
condemned it, and supported his view! Jiving plentifully and the sides of the : suit the tide, 1ERNAI.ID1NACIIARLFSIOS waw day.arriving; at'*'
Republican party. Htnce, the hospitably, and with no lock bolt : and SAVANNAH eveiy THUKS. '
with an which extorted their or tinue our'observations it H. A. PAT tsow. ".
ability Tribune will be conducted : was noticed A. D.X11.pArrISON CLARK, DAY. : '
admiration j and he leaves, his edito- as a Re on door or window., that after each discharge or .flash of JOHN : THROUGH- TICKETS AND BILLS OF"IAD1SG -, <

publican journal.: Tbe soil.of this region is & M.EEK, I. GIVEN TO NEW YOXK, PHILA. '
rial chair generally '
after short .
achieved lightning
a ensued
having a national Having said this' much in a thin rest until a ..FORWARDINGCOMMISSION DELPHIA. BALTIMORE &C.: f
) reputation. generalway "interspersed wit1ismaB tracts of sufficient quantity of had .. These'Steamers wuh .
it electricity ATTORNEYSATLAWlOfike : connect Florida. RaiVoad at .
only remains to be added that
fertile land. Grass LXD Fernandlne .
of .Jackson'vlZc
the'coarse f
The:: readers: of the Tribune will na'trolly j again accumulated. During thistimewe : sacolaftMobikRaiIroa4
no labcr or expense will be spared to rank at Jaca.Y ie7 St. Joe*> Railroad M T.eoi far St."" 1
dese; to be informed, at the | species peculiar, to .pine woods, were 'within. a' '\'ery"'f' W feet of ReQua's buIUtBe/JacksonviZIc.Fla. ", MERCHANT' Augustine,with steamers at Pabtka lor MeOesnnllc I. j
keep the 'Tribune in the front < .. Enterprise and thewper .. .
SLJoha' and with
very 'and Meaner
grows luxuriantly, it the *
outset, of the probable line of conduct upon places struck by lightning': Those fur the Ocklawaha river. tfFOR ;
ranks journalism, in ; ,. .**)_ .JC M
as a newspaper cattle feast and, fatten. In winter N.M. D., VZL.U UJ .. 'lr
of the Tribune under the change of all nearest'the point struck would feel aheavy ,P..JOnN -
departments ofcurrent i
intelligence find ROCERIIj. "
they a rich pasturage in the cane shock PKOYIS1ONS. GRAIN T '
nuMgeaient. A full explanation pass through them. 'OKAHUMKEE, 1<
and activity.. The : HOMZQPATHICPHYSICIAN _
high it
cot be eiven on the instant. Men's position and reed-brakes and in marshes 'and These.same phenomena were noticedin 'SURGEON' HAYSEGARS.. &&, :$ HARRIS.ECSTIS AND GRIFFIN.: ; ;.. .
has attained AND .
as an,advocate of the material ravines and in the :, 111 '
; long that '
) moss .our visit to, other Sole for ,
opituoasand actions are more or l less peaks during Agents Florida for -
influenced and moral and intellectual progressof hangs from.the drooping limbs of the these days continuous storms': At Office ia Mitchell's new building,north side of Bay SILVE-R SPRING ,ti.*
controlled by the cir- street, between Newnao and .Market 'Averill Chemical Paint.
the (people, will be maintained and and live oaks .streets, nearly s andWhite's '
ciauuoces which surround them andal..a swamp : Horses; cattle, many places we found the rocks glazedwhere'the cppotite the Post Office. iggtt And ocher Landings on'Ockiawaha) Rives .. -' ,
advanced: as far as possible. It will mules and sheep, bred with electric I Patent. Money Drawer r .. ,,
ys by unforeseen But this current had passed. : .
causes. be my constant aim and endeavor to profit and without stables & :EASNETT, AjenlforSrtii. r.r ,
-- .
much now be or grain. The formation oftubes in sand from CALL .
may ,
promised ; make the Tribune not welcome .. The Steamer -
The only a But the great source of wealth for the is UZZIE BAKER. --"t'1 v J|
Tribune :
hereafter same.cavse .
will nown.
be, as it \\'el" LAW : / .
but useful! visitor > L" !''
to the fireside, as this 'section must' ultimately be the VOLUSIA. OKAHUMKEE, # ,'
formerly when <
was under
tlirec , independent ay well as to the counting-room, shop, trade'in !lumber. It thickly planted 'OrrtCB-In Reed's Building sp ItairS.iv. -.- "' -; ; /' AKO -..-_' A.I.. RICH,Master, ,:' ; :.' "
jour .
and ofi5re. .. '
., '
with -
forest '
nal. It will be the organ;: of no man, Vast jellow pine ; on C. L. MATHER. FRANK E. UTTLE. IACKSONV1LLE. Pta .Van'J. Brunt Bro's..Line Sailing Packets,. WULkave JuckscnvUle every THURSDAY mornmc--: '

horcser high For the corJial greeting.with which low land ih: pich pine ; on lower and .. at 8.o'clock., }..1 .f t. ; no clique or ring however ,
the brethren of the Frees have welcomed water lands; with meadow :KNIGHT FROM NEW YORK. CEO. R: FOSTERAzeiif.' ,. ) f '
influential ; or faction, however! pine-all A.A. Jacksonville__ _____,Fla-, ,July as, 1874-7-3jtf. ;'' ...a

Cubical or demonstrative. While me back to thiedhorul arena, valuable for sawing. Then on the MATHER & CO.:, .. 0 t1r6.JQ2 Bay S JacksonvilU JTorida.' rtft H

Siring to the Republican party and I i: tender them toy most heartfelt ac water-courses there are large bodiesof C.L. S ATTORNEY.' AT, LAW.' ., B. HUBBARD,. : :;:r.-| '
I Drawers and Undenhirts. SAMUEL
its principles a hearty and knouledgcnents and, for the hundreds white oak, water oak, hickory or very BUCKYS. .' : \:-M$ t.f
generous No. t Hoeg's Block, stain '
it uf congratulatory letters and telegrams gnm of many varieties and of gigantic up Jacksonville Fla.
SJpport, will criticise the actions :., '.:*

tnd records of Republican leaders received from old friends, they:. proportions The .swamps; ..are -, '3-'Siwly Jacksonville,Fla.. FA.IRBANKS *: .

freely znd fearlessly' as in days of as have m)" sincere thanks for their kind studded with juniper,; cedar and cy- I BUESING DEALU IX Importer and Dealer in t"f; : Jv.f : _

But it has seemed to nie unwise yore.(or a expressions and good wishes. pre&s. Finer, straighter, loftier trees STATIONERSAND ; A. : GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS ,'l ), ,-

great representative journal, for the Rcsjectfully] J.. MEDIUU than theseforests .can show, are.., nowhere RespectfiJIy calls the attention of the citizens and merchants -. -. : HARDWARE, IRON AND STEELDGETOOLS.TAEI.ESM,2OCKIT fiJ
SOAP he amuacmres.
Purpose of correcting some alleged found. For f hundred and It i ia the best Washing Barber and Toilet Soap ever BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE. : J..t

abases of administration The Pine Woods.A fifty miles on a stretch, one may made. This Soap is put up in'boxes contain*;So DM .
to desert its I and goban. ; :, ''il
PIt, organization and traverse these ancient: woods. and 'see .Orders should be addressed to Always keep on band M" '!
i ,
on its old turn its guns florid, but very truthful writer, them, as they have stood for count A. BUESING.Box 771, Nails, Glue, Pultjr, Gloss, 'Paints, :
friends, or help into power gives the Booksellers .z6tf Jacksonville. Fla. HAY. CORN, OATS. BRAN, GROUNL .0Us"r'

and place the leaders of the organiza- I following graphic picture less }'ears. untouched ,by thehands ,oi 'FEED, PEAS CHICKEN FEED, LEATHER BELTING.RUBBER PACKING.-:, :: ,

tow whose political records and whose I of rural life in the pine roods of Mis- man, scathed only:bylightning or the fJACKSONVILLE RICHARD, MCLAUGHLIN, '* PORK< LARD, BACON, STOVESTINWARE.CROCKERY. PUMPS f. '1f->_ :_ .<,I I

<*ci I i hurricane. This growth of SHOULDERS fJ'.1 .
conduct show that sissippi. He says: giant'pinesis .' l' .
inMccrcuiicir '
they are REAL ESTATE AGENT.JatkttmriUt
I unbroken, save where rivers or large FLORIDA HAMS, Leulud Iron Pipe, -t 'bJt :i,
far professions of desire "The whole country east of Pearl creeks .Fl riJ4.i FISH, FLOUR.HOILl'iY.MEAL ,
mini.trath'e intervene then we find SASH.BLINDS.MOULDINCS.SUCAR* I.
purification. As a river, and south of the northern: line oaks chestnut 1 t' ', All sorts of Real Estate bought and sold Money invested. ,RICE. !. .

ttterl l rule a man can exercise more of Covingtpn, ,be gum, hickory, dogwood .Taxes paid.Titles examined. I HECKER'S FLOUR, FARINA Mills Evaporators, &c.. '. A, ."
lftuenc.e for county may designated : sassafras,' poplar, ash! beach, HAVE JUSt REMOVED TO THEIR ,NEW BUTTER, CHEESE APPLES. ONION ; :
good his friends REFERS,'.>r rauusstco. to William Astor. Esq.,I .
the 'Pine Woods. "
I bJU1flingegrapp as The entire magnolia, white: bay, elm, maple AND COMMODIOUS :STORE ON New"York: E -Gor. A. G. Curtin. BeHefonte, Pa.: POTATOES SUGARS. SYRUPS, GasJiIIingRoom":* '7 dlmrr, IIU.T .
with than by region is remarkable for its salu box elder Lewis H. Redner, PhUadeiphia; W. Stokes Boyd MOLASSES COFFEES, Smiikinz tttme fa order diy j
lSSailiog and traducing them. The linn. and blackberry oi Philadelphia! ;D.G.Ambler.Banker.Jacksonville.Fla.: Tit "
ome brity. People make a comfortable colossal growth. Henry 1 ticker.Boston. Mas. ; 3rypdFJ'OBBINS TEAS, COCOA" _ __ ,.

rule. holds- true In regard Xo hewsPPrc. living with so little effort that their Water of BAY STREET. ,' NEAR LAURA, SNUFF.'OILS Fine.Cauimcre Shirts,stylish and durable at BotkyJv..,.. .1
The power great'cap1C and : SOAPS. .
Government of the Nation are not exerted and the .. & ..
C1Ut be energies unfailing, abundant But railroad IVERSON r 'STARCH, "TOBACCO.WOODE..YWARE -:.:.
conducted .no BUILDING.
through the instru- does WHERE,WILL BE FOUND _. .
country not improve like those it 'BUCKETS; BOAT ,.f.
'an'the .
ment-alaty- r of .taps district and its -" -
...___ panics.__ . I know of no sections where tnere are more difficulties .- ; BASKETS BROOMS, SPONGES TUBS .
.-- "-*"- resources are 'unknown., No country GUN AND ,LOCKSMITHS,' A. .,CJJAPPELL., j. ..: "t >*1 ,

"tttoaotrics.-j WIHCQ The has succeeaea in to overcome. A young man marries is more favorable for ,railroads. For A. LARGER ASSORTMENT- ". ; ,. '4 i -. CAKXED COOPS EYEZYKJNl1.;< '..1 B.t\STR.EU.IkCahlla: Crosmfeg. -... .:

Jority most a6Sume party in the rna: a tine, blooming industrious girl, a haP
of responsibility who knows how to rear poultry, make the sea-shore. OF'f 'X: 1. .' '. EVERYTHING w -
gOYCnlieg. A party is simply a cheese and butter Numerous streams, 9.5 At the sign: of the BIG LOCK., . Every desenpdoa of Boat uilt.01 rf>e-- tnsfan.t-M, I
L'(1Ufl&ty( ply the'whed and with their level 'IKTH Hal tad skilUuI.. D1aJUICr. I will guarantee. sts'-'on., ..' -
organ izaticn of cittzenruni- : \ valleys, run in. the sTATioNts'! .SUPPLIES. : M. ; ', ..,
shuttle and .
ted to carry into effect certain! principurposes. !- apparel., do up He her begins own life and with husbands same direction.' 'No mountains to i .'* ,L.. COAN; ,. / FORAGE. :GROCERY.AND PltOv'JSIo 'LINE SAILBOATS. AND YACHTS ,., > ,. .

pies tunnel. N rocks blast. ''' '
and to 'The sur- ,. .. :
and l It must employ half dozen cows, a pair of oxen, a. face 'is' and solid THAN,IS TO'BE FOUND IN -' THE' ..PEACE.W. .SELL FOR, CASH; are their sufficiently weB known to warrant Be te RJerring<< 4'i ito
entrust individuals dry an4 i the heart ., i I JUSTICEOF :! owners a* So my skil1asa.1IfWkman. _,_. .
diibune to collect andes pony and an ax. His wife's dower is of oak C* I .... .. .
or pine are close at hand ; anda : I.' --.A.tD' 1sD AT I have now tor sale*aew .
tc ,
perform executive feather bed three four '
and a or quilts, a
police duties 'for 'capacious h3l'bor'ready fur the reception ANY OTHER: HOUSE- IN NOTARY i''U.'L'I C. THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES. 28-FQOt YACHT "
protection and FLOR ;
Ieturitl of frying pan, a spinning wheel, and a of the road. MODERATOR. ", <. 'r. .1

1I111S1 be person and property ; men few fo' !Is. He chooses a settlement -The South.r ; IDA. ; -' Office ia SOLARYErS BLOCK. Merchants.Loggers. HotelsBoarding Hotues.and buhl; with. particular. nSarence' to.the St..John*'river,' ,,1.] .;,
families invited
engaged are to examine, my goods and prices. 9-Jo tf
-orb w construct J public five or ten miles (rom any other; !- I .' _Corner BAY and PINE street ..,. "
a.rry the ma -administer builds .. i THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES W. EARL i
j Justice, and a camp; then cuts down the The Hayden Expedition AT PRICES cOMPETING. WITH PRICES JJacksonvilleFlaj'j ,R

and do a thousand make other and execute laws, sapling pines, strips off the bark, calls WONDERS. OF ,,EIEcLaTYA ... CHARGED. ,FOR'GO6ifS! .OF'.. ., TiiE. SAME" rAID FOK... COUNTRY. WODCCE, OF ALL JCINIr. rtACTICAL .. '. "oJ.. 0
the things which In the neighbors for twenty miles VH.'SHERMAN, 3tf!
'ell-being correspondent of the New York NORTHERN "' !' : PAINTER AND PAPER HANGERTHaW . requires ; and round and in one day they completehis DESCRIPTION IV CITIES.. /
individuals -. .. INTERIOR DECORATOR Ladies be obtained at BUCKVS. :
will often cabin of one This Tt'mft'writcs from Denver, Col., :aDder ,- Dlr decided to reside here pernnumtly wiB be ccj'! :
careless prove square room. 0 AND clad to receive orders from all
inefficient date I requiring. work.doae iaGRAINING.
'Party or corrupt. But contains the bed, table, a row of October. 29, as follows ,UPHOSTERER. 'x UJJSON &. WHITLOCK. )alinc. 1"<:'

JOOd.and lI'hose aims and purposes are shelves, and his long rifle hangs" ; 'over concerning the experience of Professor' T17E. INVITE ,,, ,: '_ I cne'LAUR A AND CHURCH STREETS, V. V.Saccessors, to Thos..A.VillioD GLAZING, and KALSOMINING"done

11Vand and patriotic, and whose record the fire-place on wooden hooks.. In Haydcn's exploring: expedition : .fHE..ATTDo"TIOS. .' OF ', ', *1rD 1aL&LtZS IX ia the best manner. > ->M ', "_

COndemned and glorious should not be one corner stands the spinning-wheel, ELECTRICITY IN THE' 'MOUNTAINS. ,' ,, K- ''",' "DAVIS' : .&*DREWS GRAIN. FLOUR; AND ,FEED, ,will Orders receive left prompt at Davit aitimrioa.REFERENCES&Dtew'. Fonitnm Wajehun, ,

o thrown out of power seldom and the shelf near Among the.most DEALERS .Jacksonville. FI.L: .'
Icrount of the silent, on interestingpheno: : CITYAND. COTNTRY ...1f3m jlasni&ctnrer; *oCCORJI I '. '',

uaonduct defective work or the door, a water bucket and gourd, mena witnessed; during the trip in the ; '; ) : :1 ; : ; ,.', .: '"- .
f a few of its : FAIRBANKS.NOTARY ,MEAL, HOMINY 'CRACKED S. L BHIDGB. Esq. and C. L. Roantso*..Esq"t":
In ?rter to make employees, one or two milk piggins, scoured "as highlmountains were those caused by .' .'" ..d' SAMUEL Jacksanvai. Fla T y1T17ANTED.

OUlStlt place for an -&AUg. lair and bright as sand and water can the:presence of large amounts of eleclric PUBLIC FOil DUVAt COUNTY CORN.rRYE MEAL:, 'GRAHAM 'I i-. "

organization whose record small 'truck .Last the:: AND THE. PUBLIC GENERALLY. TO. OURkToc' ,.- .'k' ..iP;. ; :: 4.
be defended cannot make them.. A patch ty.i year exploring'parties .- ; ?--' 'j .JacboDnIle.-'aD.,' .'$74, ;tV '1' ;
but FLOUR.
OTO. and is regarded with and a little field planted in sweet had'occasiou several times to experience I, .IQT., .TRADE.. CKED\VIIEATc.* : Inanirtof. the State.a situation br_ or three"Bncklayen. ...

-It aDd whOiC shame by Its bcstmemCODduct potatoes, .rice, '*nd few plants' of in. slight, discomfort! from like .' u... ,; ....."..; pARRIAGE. 'SHOP. "AGEORGE'I '', I'u':: SCROLL' SAWING ft WOOD.TURNING ani capable. .01 FKM tak tc!dwp a.pecmlty.of all kiDd801 tUheroftbem.__wwt.. "

when in A but the AcIdreu.W. A. JOHNlON _
ro-cr digo and tobacco lay adjoining causes, intensity was'by far ;
flCerfails LEA 1"0 ORDER. Bull's Head. Hotel,cor.. *4ths and ad Aws.. .
to bow ; :.f'
.omatoy that ts te- sparkling spring: bubbling meax by,' .:I less than.during the.present.season. .JOUN' G.' BROWJT Oto-WJl New York City .

J'eT.are a prOfCiiions wben, out of from its bed of ferns and rushes, supplies D;. Endicott relates the,following .., .. t ;. I"' CARRIAGE,MAKER, Wood .Sawed, ,Split, ,and,. Delivered ;, -

,*OOJUCII being the case andJJIDjfWW in a mire. t ,epurest,water, and the lightwood to. your 'rrespondent.-:- -"For.more: : AUCTION AND, :COMMISSION COIL''w ASHrNCTON'AND ADAMS. .. '.STREETS, : : ,, :by ,Cord.or. Load., W. ANTED. .. .. <;"
regard than six weeks 1
to the remains of the rain .
(or resinous was our: faithful ; / '. 1 i- 'lJACKS6NYI.aE: rwI D'.(
tl : .
u anr1" .. .... ; ,. A lady graduate evpenenca!ia teaching and skilled ; .
ftte of parties in decaying pine,) furnishes fuel and .- companion! falling: more. frequently: Win tw MV fim-jda"style,- Carriages' ,;Buaies f an4 Ross Block...., :.Bay. Street, opposite our. U2I and WfcarM and .
Picas to'b FRUTTS. VE.CETDLES.GROCER.ns.: PRO- .1.*' 4'":' > ".Z':' r \.r-j'iA? la 1 drawing. .... paintlqt,Jertm. a .Flodda.. .. .
ClnnGt avoid : usefuJ, brilliant light. Here they lire withoutexjuse1n'thanj bouV'on4and' afternoon\thari any :;*.YISION .CROCKERY aad GLASS WARL'. .Light.Wagons.. .C't'; .. ., *, ** J) )I<.*,,3A.asO ," 'LA.t1'4, '',:, aA4dms. '" 'i1"" ": ir'.i .1 1'" .'' "
being. partisan la the other da hli' i "'Rgp binOiedI d Con ad i e By :r .?t.s.W.7P' : 4'l.n. ,. .... ,. : : .' ...&.".. .
greater instances dayi; 'Raiij" la:'t the H"- ,
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: THE 'the man most be the scripture Cabana n" Be nd5After ibEIection.. adds: The gafo inc1ue in violence _;.* The Lon County-Canvass. tme-ef thPCandtdziterwrongrpBrposely-
; NEW SOUTH;' otbe;' a until and it moved and fraudulently I believe.
noon; Much curiosity existed our a
says, "void of undeManding I Two extracts, from a cotemprr everything." ba among This is the whole case as. ra as the'Supervisor" pRINriNG.. ,.-',f" ---'..
,_ the S
,J.S AIMLHS : readers to the facts attending "
else. the : a 1 b concerned As to the
"! a.C..VhI. nothing display BO forcibly contrt and.conditbris''prompting id -
Of the .
: signals .
: } ALAMSCARRUTII & CO. I, J cautionary of'the Leon'
GIlD avallSlDa. I the" stedcuvas county statement in DeLeon'a affidavit that the THE NEW
entertained SOUTH
.. eeltngs' Pcrnocracy them and then 1 ? 'enfications .
:' ,s I.U.LOCC. Canvass. "by clerk election that
: The Lon County vote. The Acting Governor's entire at poll was not
towards the ,
long they '
J. S ADAMS. EDITOR. We find the following In the telegraphic hoped!!for their political 1 aid, and a those the report.says: willingness to represent the State in the clerk sworn.was, I sworn pronounce in it immediate untrne. The. JOB AND BOOK PRINTTABUS1IIE.rr.

g of the Savannah Newt 'The total numberof,Cautl Signals Senate'if called thereto my presence
-- news entertained are disappointed Dlr U. S. Imperatively and signed a blank oath, which T i ,
*4 TO CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. of other later intelligence Wbff spVhhps prdered for and displayed, .port* 'the'voice of theimportant '
N and In lieu any or d to by the Legislature, the inspector neglected (purposely I .
we the monthof
: I Ilcini.f Local interest arc olidted from all pam of the of the United States during a
I. btaie. Ako, communications on tubjecu of central from that quarter;give i it: offer them to general admiration. ,redo October. was t hJI- ix, (76.) The bearing"on that ,question of believeto fill out :" .

i ,- .jnMretepeciaUy| educational cliould octal and induHnaltopics. TALLAuXssKK. November 18. wonder that regulation a display of the tbe control of the large delegation from Respectfully in
tl iCorrapondemi make their letten atlirief so'witl a feeling of s requires JACOB The proprietors
.;!; ait the Jam and cirCuouuncet will storm ,at a station DVRXUU arc prepared to ,etecute .t i.
permit. The County Canvassers concluded editor 'our brother of the warningsignals when Leon, the general 1 suspicion of the-char every Crlptio -of _
t.We are not We for ,
rmpoitti opinions expressed our
ever the : the predic- Nov'oJ681.; ,
and preparing
their count secretly, by throwingout '
( of the late
id 1rrCblJU4dCflLl.| Rejected nuuuwcripu cart neither with flt compromising trade .
Floridian who
.t He returned preserved. Anuny raou*contribution the Sliccasukee precinct elect the was so. penetrated ti ions, at tbe station, or withIn ,, PLAIN'OR
will; not be noticed. whole Uins ticket. but reduce Put man's he ludicrous contrast in the 'SenlineTacmarks n radius 'of one hundred miles, the which the Acting Governor' was frightened' Not Enthusiastic., ORNAMENTAL PRINfl .

.-_ majority two-hundred and ninetythree.This upon Purman before and after wind will reach'twenty-five niles an into making, by> which he, ceased. Exactly ;

-A''l Walls' Majority$ in Al chua. does Henderson no good, but helps the celebrated compromises, should hour or attain a velocity dangerous toihipping. his'opposition! to the Republican ticket TiE VOTEINLEOX.Notrue Such BUSINESS CARDS
Conservative look at the
Au authentic : STtfiRXS' COMBINATION .', According to this regulation, the fact that C. II. Walton of the Sentinel VISITING, CARDS. '
teYgraiu-reoreivcd Fri- TiE have allowed l both these editorial effusions the whole nnmber ordered Cautionary vole cast in this cu'nt for our candidate '.
afternoon from Gainesville In[ the Legislature. The County Canvassers who first opposed the r ;.Re- for without, .the "E ,DIN.C CUDS.BILLHEADS .
.editY announces ,to' appear in the tame issue, a Signals, which arc, justified by (the re g'1ar Congress feeling t .
,$ the cunvas's to be completed wen before court on a manda- was the case in the last Florian. We lid WJ. for the entire month, sixty- publican nomination and deepest mortification and shame. ,It is : ,

with all the pncincts in. Walls mus, but evaded the: writ and, fnishe This 'makes the percentage ,of it, a candidate, whose 'election true the vote given,for,Bloxbam in 1872 '
giving a tirsl what have supported
work in fraud. The give apparently ; i : LETTER
their HEADS
t Pst justifications .five. is:not a criterion by which{ ,to determinethe ,,
t .1najul'it) of 869.. ever, las awarded been concocted when he was wayto seveiity is mud: certain ,by ,counting ou Conservative strength of the county; CIRCULPOSTER.S ..,

: l A FEUEMFTORT WRIT Key West, in the sanguine 'hope of i :Of frosts, two learn, from_ ,the report some three hundred Purman, .votes; all but that a better record might have been .1

l We call attention to our local's actcount. and if the canvassers try to defy Its AUthority capturing the Cuban vote. Ho says f that the first destructive frost occurred theso facts unite, to throw 'a shade of made t'o'Henderson no one will 'deny. BRIEFS. .

I in another column, of the recent they wi be jailed. at Memphis l on the 13tb, doing considerable possible suspicion 'over: the SenlineFs The white population wits. in 1870, as

r : meeting for conference in reference to The impression here is thatGovernor The Cubans, at, Key West constitute a injury to the top of unmatnred version of the 'Leon trouble. shown by the census of that,year, 2,895, PAMPHLETS. "
the welfare and of Stearns is at the'bottom of the retty, large proportion ,of the lJlpulation crop county and computing one voter tu five o( BLANKS OF ALL XI DS.

improvement our whole plot) working through his bench of the Island. They tire, mostly cotton bolls. The first, frost at Pittsburgh We therefore"place before .our _r :der'wbat the people, which. is a higher every rate than ."' '- -- "'. ,

,. > school The lack of interest in schools, man. SheriffWeeks. the worst rfhd" employed in cigar-making, Int, are jn- was on the, '15th ; at WjthevUle, seems to be a full and lair state \\i ordinarily. voted at an election, there coLoRED. PRINTING AND GILT -

t the total indifference to them verging MOST CABPET-BAGGER dubtrious people. The of them Va., on tbo, 18th ; at Leavenworth, on ment from thelastFloridan.C.avAss., . should be 579 white'votes in the county.. Woa.
i towards hostility that for timeprevailed l.onnVr are waiting for matters to quiet downin A small of this .is Re j g
a long per ntage vote -
llth'at Rochester N. y the .
us. The have: just UIA { on ,
amongst Cn'IseJ'S Cuba; whcii they will leturn, but THE COUNTT ., ''i lenderson received ; i r'

iu Jacksonville, was of serious taken an appeal to the Supreme Court, many, are acquiring homes and will remain 13th; atv For JUandall, 'D. T., on the As stated,in our List, the board:of of publican which .was no doubt; given 49 lom"e CHEAP. NEAT AND .

..: :I- detriment. in preventing anost4esira4' which is now in session and hope to get permanently in'' Country. Athe 7th ; Fprt \V"yne"Micb., on the 4ih,; county 'canvassers composed ,of the position, leaving 'a number of tbe'op .PR011n'J
order the '
to count
,- ble accession to our population. The a Mkva-ukee supcrcedias rel to rn. Great excitement Jaw election, a majority ot tbos at rlatbb. rg. 'N. Y.. on the;, county clerk Sheriff Weeks and Justice voters who did not feel sufficient inter- -

: :awakrnkiiig of interest in free schools exists the colored people at who vt ted the, acted mistaken with the notion Republicans that that, Moultoti) and Marion, Ala.I on the' 14th. S owden, met at the clerk's office, OB est to go to the polls. ,In,1872 IHoshana Pi E. !OIlNS lIow oPATR1ST' rDR. '

: "nanife'slcd'y l the gathering of so among through Tuesday ,morning .and proceeded with had the bt'Dtft of a large colored vote, ,
man3'tutluentitl TUB ATTEMPTED OUTIUOE intends to interpose and'c to The.nclUr (!, as well, as, theartisticheauyofthu .
party ,
the nias' the election returns. but it is that in' thi3 election the Lies removed los! o ic. ia Mitchell's new build..
,; ; representative men of all upon Wallace their fa\'oll' candidate, the lubans their intl'pendetce. and d6- | weather maps which always When the Miccosukie precinct 'return colored people went almost solid furPurman. north side of Bay street,between Office."ror Newnan and 5j'/,
: ( 4>aities and classes, is a very promising and there is likely to unless ( the l'urmL: for The Dearly opposite tM Post Ii-ntf
j truble idll" accompany,these monthly reports was reached, Chas. II. 'Walton' can'dicJato ,- Republican vote increased .
indication. We trust tho press will the CunlJ' Canvassers do the fair i thing.I. whom they,voted" i'a man of 'vast influence are'a source,of solid'satisfaction to,any for the Assembly, appeared.before.. 52, as compared with 1872. while that SALE. -
in in
: ,unite in keeping alive this no wly arouvd 1 party n fact, according the,board anI through hw counsel,J.1'. I of the 'Conservatives 'fell of,248. the FOR
to the Sentinel, he ,i is 4a thoughtful citizen, for, unexcelled by .
: i and entirely: wholesome interest. The Cubans Florida. fnIs Bernard!, Esq., presented, a ,protest whole vote,oi the county oi2. A BAY*HORSE*U years oM.scxmd and J,
: department Immer. They probably .. anything fcimilarin the',world;they stimulate against countiug that return for the reason We can only account for this Suitable a lady 10 drift. Abo a Buezv and.t. .
No just and tight-minded American, grow 'viser do better after 'in forth in affidavit in the Will be sold cheap Sold for want l.
our patriotic pride our ownNational ;'a'set an made the'Conservltive vote,'on, groundof Apply New .
*L.; nJ "Tbe. Re-election of Senator Edmunds. unless, terribly sw.ijed by partisan awhile. Government.WuMiko by two of the inspectors, DeLeon and ''a failure to give tbe'county I thorough -- i1..4If.

: ::4 ,, t(1)Qh1fcanslbroughout'tbe; land may 1 prejudice, can withhold hs sympathies The next has the appearance of oc- to call occasional l DeYittign, which accompanied the pro canvass. It Isa lamentable fact AND- MARBLR

'? well congratulate theruselti's, nnd the' and'good wishes from thin Cuban refugees curing tl the seliors' mind when on at ti9n test, that the retur was talse and fraudulent that many of those,opposed to the continuance SLATE S
to : because
the return Voyage, after he, with all the they ,tee inspectors having signed of the Republicans in power do lAti''tEL$ .
( large, the it turn to, the their "ever-
from "
..untJ' upon own intorestour thoughtful it themselves
4 !. u'lo\t most readers, imposedhyjacob Burk- nut exert sufficiently to bring
.j U.:'S'. 'Senate foi the third time, of so failhful", ,aud)green!: island home, who assistance ot the detail fionV the old are a cotemporary reminder thE faith ant him a U. Supervisor; that one,hundred about a change., .i Many will no register GRATES AND .FENDE&1?, &.,

4 und staunch guard, had failed to seduce the Cubans illegal votes had been at and do not vote, have Terra Cotia,Wire, Drain Pipe&c.,
.:jj..od a man so a Republi- making their temporary home with us. r fullness, and competency of, our local poled many they *
: : ('an. as lion. Geo. Edmunds of Ver have wisely taken on the character of or scare them by the cry of U\'olf., I Observers.Sriltes. that precinct!\ ,against the protest the repNterud i ; on the' Republicans 10.3.lilt. ).L.JUUcII;,
wolf." He : said inspectors, the said Jacob Burkhiin the,bulk are tbe
mont. Attentive Alert, always vigilant citizens in order to become more completely sayf administering the oath to them: and that colored persuasion, register and :vote Very ttytUH"JUdwa*Hat at BUCKVS .

: and never al a loss; fur all the higher identified with nil the interests MONROE COUNTY.-The Democratic Never are Beneficial the clerk election, at the said precinct from the cradle to the'grave. The living '"
the voted, 1872 in this ,
J. and more dcsiraUe qualifications of a and destinies of Florida. ,gain 4 on and the county, All,,must of course, and as 1 matter \Ai not sworn as required bylaw.' Hon.ft. the dead and the absent are always! .sT-CLASS" FURNISHED HOUSE
was Republican gain, as FI
; V : .B. counsel lot Wallace, candidate at the polls, while it too.often' ,requires
useful and honorable member of the of the Uiton.
Destitute many of them are by being compared with the same vote, was'877.This necessity, regret apparent prospect -
a State Senate and bring Conservatives IN TACKJONTJU.I
niadeargu. argument entreaty
:ii .tiemitb the United Mr. Edtnunds obtained from Cubans of .
JJf States suddenly expatriated many in fee- gain was\ an exceeding dull winter; and ment before the canvassrsiu favor of out.' This election has demon

has no superior in that body., ble health and forccd'to rely almost ex temporarily domiciled! at'Key West,and the closing up of t 'our I local mills gives counting the said return but n vote bcng strated that the district is Democratic, FOR SALE !

; : That Vermont could present for selection of h'O1 Itahuma ,DcgrOel. ot \\ hOI 193welo our on: people 'a 'valuable premonition taken the sheriff and justice 'voted but the ,fact will do no. good( unless adifferent The nndenigne4, intending to remove to hit planta
elusively: the single industry registered intention tion will sell h residence
upon nttel declaring'tlieir on Adams Street, th
for and the accord- i is infused into the C6nservative near *
for thin honorable pot three such what little miscellaneous to become citizens and taking of'what reasonable men may and must rejection return was spirit : at.Jame and Grand National Hoick.

t. HS G. F. Edmunds : W. Willard cigar-making. the oath of and in'the I Ia.k ngly rejected.fhereupon1. mases. 'S ,'erl of the counties H. :. FORD
juen trade they can ,wmmand they : adjuration allegiance. 'xpcPt. impending (of'occupa .Mr. Hilton applied 'to In the district did their duty nobly Apply"" to J. C, Cmirr.

t .and E. J. Phelps, is a fact at which no have uniformly been recognized as industrious It was said at the Key oath West to be that ta lunuaareprt'slnted !tion'i that i m nirc t. And, at this time. !. Jndgu,White and .obtained an alternative while'others lagged behind; but none : ,"" "r. lifartk 6, 1874 twSStfOEAUT1FUL

; ; 'i 3reo1.r,. nued, blush. and quitt men and faithful mere form, the obligation of which 1 It i is well l that,the widest publicity shouldbe wri ot mandamus' ordering the said came so conspicuously short as Leon.- EXHIBITION ,

_- _-- given to tho.fact.that the, inexpediency canvassers, to count Ihe lIicctsukiere- Floridian.
could off
and valuable citizens. Out of the bj thrown whenever the Bahamian : tu in or'show Cause on -' '
t. Five. Dollars Reward. wished to return to the dominions :and ruinous effects that inevitably Welln'i ; morn OF CHROMO.'The .
their In the
depths of own patiiotic despondency lugvhy they to do so. Judge American Bibliopolist we find

4 : ; ::1 .Tho above rownl'll"iII be paid for axopy and hopelessness, so far their of her las Mnjestyi and that that this it horde was attend upon strikes, visiting al the par, Bernard entered motion; to dismiss the the following note which is of intereston well known Hair Dressing saloon of

of tho written 1 pledge, which is being noble devotion to their own fair home of through ignorant persuasions foreigners, many: ,of whom lies. connected ih.theD impartialand alternative writ on the ground-1. The bth'shIes of the Atlantic, and' tells a ALEX. DmLYON
court has not the the writ story a l.idj's great : John
distributive power grant trut age
: circulated h)' our little friend over has never faltered, and every steamer are escp.cJ! and pardoned criminals now :almost in this 2. That the relator does fourth Ecarl ot Dunmore, was the last has recently been fitted up with seine of the prettiest

., j the way. for the signatures of business t New York carries from every Cuban from Iud elsewhere, were induced universally acknowledged. ''The variousassociations not cas. sufficient to entile him to British Go\'ernororVirginia. At nearly to chromos go and ever examine brought them into this and our city.readers, It conta will aothinr da wed

r ; .men on liay street, binding ihe'signers some Email contribution to the sacred 'to become voting citizens of the of .labor-friends, whether! the'relief demanded. 3.. rela the close.ol his Governorship his young to drop ia and see for themselves. Besides this,say
State. Thu, by an unwise provision in trade's unions otherwise nearly' tor has not the daushter was born in that matt in search of that greatest'of earthly luxuries "a
j to withdraw all business from the office or are pursued proper remedy colony. clean share "
cause of "God and 'in Cuba, our,State Constitution, this scum of the can obtain it here to perfection. If a
: of.tlie Nnw SOUTH of its elfcctivo UIClt all coo rringln; advising against strikes &c. The case came up before the court from which ,she was named the Lady'Virginia stranger goes there once,he gencally makes th*place
on account
; r West India Islands with .
: their necessities will! contiguous no his tonsorial
always as large a i. on Thursday and after full argument Murray. Lady Virginia was headquarters ever after,and for the test
? I opposition to the election of aemocr.1t allow. interest whatever: in the State,and with under ,whatever,provocation. The Chicago the motion morning dismiss sister the Lady the of all possible reasons he finds himself suited;aDd that
was over to Augusta Murray, is all that. ,man would ask for.
any jjiSj
w ) to Congress. Crediting political Situated as they have found! themselves -1. out any permanent relidencl., can'le T inc'giyeg some' startling facts ruled and the respondents ,required to first ,wife of the late Duke of Susex.The .

i Ii opponents always, with the same the victims of ,. poured into Florida by Ind ,in regaid to:the losses in money thereby answer. The answer was filed .on Friday date of Lady birth was TaI and Peedee Jackets at,BUCKY'S.PLUMBING .
an exterminatingwar control election the Virgnias
an against
fcinccriijr' which we claim for ourselves, bonajftdecitizens. i incrrecJ. ,It says; morning and the,casq ,argued, more about 1777, ,ane &"',of this .
; ,
upon liberty itself, none can won- : In : on its merits. The answer set forth Mr.Walton' year 1874,, ,rind recorded a nowsurviving '
: and Laving ever treated them with all To designate citizens as 1820 the, Manchester, spinners and the substance ,
der that by political .affinity, reputable lost in" protest of ., Lady Virginia,
) .. courtesy although: threatcnd before the simple : 'the the Istr\c1 They 1 $I,25OOOO wages' the affidavit of the the daughter'of Iurr' of Dun- .
they should themselves to the scum of contiguous! West India the dispute; was':at. an end.: The Inspectors principal Earl 'AND '
canvass began with this result, we con- Islands i is : reason why the canvassers refused mort '
.c party of emancipation and national not aj very Deductive use of next year; their brethren at Ashto'n.andStale '

:: ', jfeSs to some surprise at,such,a publication unity'in the interests ot : words for the' commendation of the }bridge followed their example;. in to main count point the i insisted Mkessukioretuin. The' 1 ,,COPPER-SMITHING.' .
unh'crsal1berty. by respondCntsseunsel
) ':"f of weakness., The game admits of They have done so, and the salvation Democracy to.I intelligent anl( on
,.:. :'j two contestants, and we would know of the State to Republicanism, largely) gentlemen like those'Cubans among us ed 360,000 by, voluntary idleness. :In- juosijuJiml iu character and possessed sTo NOTICE4. in the moil satisfactory.-manner,, and respect&lly 10- '

: '\J who are the players th other side. owing to Cuban dcvotiun to "Libertyfor who have commanded tJirsll'respct, 1834, the spinners Preston threw away deliberative! ; and .discretionary i powerswhich' p fICE' licit the patronage of the public.Orders ..
,' ,' the court could not control. Therelatoy's ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE,OF MAILS. s '
11.:: '. every child of God." as Saavedra, Gato l lLS: Go\'iut: $28.20. Eighteen ,years afterward 'counsel insisted that the' functions AkRl CLOs.. left at DOBBINS' GUN SH )P, or at Mr.M. .
OF others. bUCCUOrg. strong Northern and Western, .
this Cubans of the daily. iota A. u l r.M
to canvassers were, ,
.t :; ;f ERS.-A correspondent the Tat constancy urthe sli/wly starved through)thirty-six! ,weeks mainly J'crOin-an Motkla Kail- : ., lUahony'a Blackmnlth shop will lecoTeJprompt
Phitdc- their own land and exemplification ministerial, even thougl they possesseda ._ :_.' A M. .
}\ ? 'ao '
I that ( paTd $2,100,000 for r. ; 0:1 "
phia Ledger dy. -
: says strong feelng i The Weather Review for October. nl the'prricge' quad judicial to the extent and Palatlca,, < attention.. ;
'!-} of their devotion the ,
vote to
of the by Englj. .
t' expressed by some (Sunday.cxcepted8:00) P. 7 oo P.M. "
Once more we arc obliged to the that ,they could ,examine returns to, ascertain daily M" "
.l! Democratic i strike. Such losses ,arrives / 1:7 t'W: t. CLAIU E.
nent leaders of New York dominant by > rlr .
the feature of
H"pulleanim. SIO whether they were returns but thy______._'. '. 'i. -
courtesy of Xlicliard McLaughlin the ; i ,101 A.. .
) the ,
: : .in favor of an eaily conference with the strike of the London closes _.
deserves from if the before them bore evidenceof 1'hur1 a:oo r. i.
i ;'j .recognized representative men ot the recognition J IepulH- ever attentive and obligipg Observer : builders in I860 and tailors in 1868 andtheNoithern paprr and E. terprbe.cvcr Melomie. Sand Beautiful SilK ScarS,in variety of,color at BUCKTS.. ,

: _.' $arty iu other parts of tho country, with can administration, none can deny. the signal office, for the Monthly iron workers in 1868. The anil'could authenticity be known. as were returns intelligible, it,was 'Saturday Point.aiv._-_Tuy__._and-.,,' .'M,. 7 A.M.
I, t 1 A view of That it may be rewarded by that national strike of' the Belfast linen weavers, For George Yellow Bluff and 4:3 :. HOUSE -
rrrundlng cnlicting'ie"8 Weather Review for I the last month, the duty the canvassers to count them. ;i RIVERSIDE ,
f., on.the .fncial preseltH' recognition of Cuban independence with copies of the accompanying weather which was ended 1 few weeks, since by They :\ ot no 'discretion iu the matter. Mayport Friday.arrives...,_'luesdayand _...-.,... 4:00 P.M. _i L. .
) ing an jronl in the next Presdcntial !. which above all earthly the mediation of the British Association Numerous ) Wednesday Saturday S (Formerly Korhester House,}
t :{ election. 'The apprehension i they covet maps or charts. The. whole is a con- for the Advancement of Science, cost Supreme Court ,cJ decisions eye__..-,........a...IT......j. '0.100 A*M JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
rf- il were cited to sustain this _._._.. .
if that is left drift. things, as the key that will solve aU densed the The position St. Nkholas.w :A.M10.00 A.M
to and operatives recent .
1. thaI question an scientifically arranged summary $1,0,0. '
them the Bloxham 13 *3-0 ux rilOM .
L1 : antsgonisthbeween the East: and West their difficulties, be,the wish and strike of the Chicago cost among in OFFICE. IOURS.' .
houl of the observations made at four thoemakel's Fla. The court ruled that"' the answer The post-office will' be ( The undersigned of the proprietors
14- : will ensue, fatal to unity. concentrate the exertion of enri' hundred and stations them a much larger sum than: they needed respondents', was' not sufficient, remarking from 8 A. M 10.P. M. and from 6p too .excple of the rranklin House at Highgate Springs Vcrnoot.
forty-eight scattered as a capital)for a thop Tbe office wi he"open, on Sundays from t 1: and W. H.Goodrich: therewith connected as
I. t ,, Thus success already' beginning to Florida Republican. co-operative that the board of Canvassers o'clock p.M., ] r yean
il' all vast and clerk.&C. beg I leavj to aanounce to their friends aid
our j
of their After had wasted
," ;\ 1 disturb the hitherto stagnantvaters,of; _- cuuntr. a own. thy under_the law have 'no powtro' inquireinto "I he len. and box deliveries will be open at all those about to viit Florida that they have taken ih*
usual form and the first sum tried in"vain to raisethe times regular hours, when the mail
valuable except above
!interesting! tley ,that House and shall do their best to make it a homo
", ::; the Decaocrtic pool. "Uneasy lies the The West vs Florida.A second. illegal votes; return ap.peared received an being distributed. to those boarding with then.
!, : t monuments of unremitting diligence authentic,,and was in ,the legal MONEY ORDER.OFFICE. The house is pleasantly situated on the'banks of the
h' ad that
,I'. ;:: ; wears f crown, naith the proverb correspondent of the Ocal.i Banner, ot a branch of the public service which form it should be counted; that the voice Money orders are issued at this office payable in any St. Johns river only five minutes walk west from tbe
: unhappy the custodians of a The Miccosukie Returns. of the United Slates and bo"orders Railroad Depot and commanding a Sac view up ana
: ; party made an tour of the people: muit be respected in this part pay ab e in
; rr having ,ctndec through is daily more and mores deserndlup- Great Britain Switzerland and Germany The ollow. down the river and of the surrounding country.
; ,, .:.*;; without principles; with: whom expe.dicncj the West during the past, Rummer writesa The commentingeditori: country'and thosapp'ointld( by': law to jog are the rates of: UiNt i' Your patronage is solicited. .Address
; i 4* {bthe preciated. FloriaJ" count the Votes must count them. 'Theresil'IJ The money order tlEce will be from A..JL to SCOTT & GOODRICH.
41'j; firtt and last rule of action. ) open. g. : ITunda
and ally '
i Jacksonville.
long interesting countycanvass,says I:30r.M.an4Iru.n3to4p.M, S'
,:, ,When the "ieconclUng" ;l'oufthcreof Only very dangerous slortn; is re- nts however were 'gantp Or L..S,Scott. H'ghgale Springs. ,Vt. IN&,
I. ,( these gentlemen get to that paper. Ho' for nioulh ; the genera The canvassers, in Leon have attacked I leave to amend the answer, and DOMESTIC' MONEY OKDBHS. 4

t # 1:. I effected to their liking, 'wo hope Ben'ee keenly and intelligently all the character of I 1116! weather! has been: characterized ; the Micco;>ul>itt returns ia the same spirit, Il still before the court. Over On orders jio and not not exceeding exceeding t'o Jao.5 cent,10,cent. .Carpetbags: ; and Ladles, Companions BUCKY'S.. .

: they will let tho world know how it I features of the country through which not to guard the purity of the ballot, but The returns from preeinct9 Nos. 1, 2, Over$K>and not exceeding f 30 15 cents, .
1 .dorje. ,by dryness and calmness. And because the Stok'cs 'ticket is needed to' 3,7 and 9 have been canrassedbut the Over$30 and not exceeding f 40 ao cents TO OBEKSON & :MAPSON

I.Il. ,*. ?: _-____ ______- be traveled that would be of .interest to the report mentions what b: occurred improve tbe prospect of obtaining an board have transacted no' business since Over,$40 and. not exceeding' $',aj cents. '

ai "''f";;' Acting Superintendent of Public Ins, true the farmer and planter, and ''sums 'nj to the observation of many, that "the admipUtration majority in the Legislature. the mandamus proceedings were, commenced. ordeis not POkSICM exceeding HONEY'10,ORDkRLOn 35 cents. ) ,. Have opened a first-class

$.J: :. lion. with the following very judicious'suggestion nocturnal radiation of the earth, which- The ground for rejecting the Mic-'I Over$10 and not exceeding|ao>,30 cents. 1 SHAVING SALOON,
%44 ( cosukie retur'is stated by thu Sentinel In. reference to this' contest, it is': the Over$ao and not exceeding$30, 75 cents. .
The in this which heartily endorse *
.t Jong vacancy importantOflleejtlstlVheU ?, we : was li.go on aecountof. tb 'cJryness: of to l be "that over one hundred votes that the effort of Over, $y>and not exceeding (.0, 'I.OOr. corner of Bay and Pine sticet*.where all the modern
? the general .mpressio'n Over 140 and pot exceeding $50,'i 35. appliances used by the best saloons in the country CMbctound.
puIJC'Cos'molt Many,'no doubt, will be, tUrlriscellt the air"was manifested' ,by high nocturnal were, ,cast ,at this, precinct by ,person: Stokes are directed, not:to J.b.ADAMS,Postmaster. They also furnish at all hours
1 ::' need tbo assistance of n competent,head, the diflerence of my account of the4 Vest humidity. The severe storm of who were not entitled to' vote. These protecting the ballot-box, but to :secure .Jacksonville,October iov,1874.BROCK .

',;; has turr'd many who will b grati from those they have: been,act'ustoined tbe month, which 'will remember 'persons were sworn by one ot. ,the United the return of their own ticket. to the Leg S '. HOT 'AND COLD BATHS.

t : ',.! fled atl.a man as die) Hon. S. to'I read,.but it will be,quite plaiu' when is thus described many Mates supcrvisorsatthc place, aml'their i islature, and some people even say ,that & C OXEn'ER'S: ,; J Tickets entitling the bearer'to e'gf-.l staves b*late
:,ul : they arc informed tha some few ircJi- : balot stuffed in the box alter the board this:effort Commenced with the'appoint : ,, ; ,.. I tot fljoo eight shaves,hair cutting and ihainpo"TO ( '
B. McUn State will : ThithrrnwZsonef '
Secretary ; even viduals and'r* '! companies y No. IX. i had of the election J.SOa 9
maj grea Inspectofl protested against bcf ment inspectors. I the r ,
c .J I 7i temporarily dTwbafge duties. Acting own many million acres of land out severity, marked by a nearly straight the"cJ< Miccosukie, 'return 'i 13'thrown the Ij 'ktr -

/ tt ,. 'public tfffiemls are to apt to become Went, which they'are anxious fo 8t'l. track and rapid progrenaive motion many rteived.1n4 tbat they were not whole Stokes ticket is elected and Pur CONfcOLlDAjED. JUVEFL L'iNE: : WHOM IT 'MAY CONCRN,

,I negligent and devote themselves! to and they therefore pay men to write well a byry high cyclonic winds. even residents of the county." This is man loses:303 ; '
; :. ; person wonderful accounts, and the wore the Coming into notce'in. Nebraska, on, the the alleged: excuse;'but '"the statement is ," .' J'have this day chartered the'Steamer OCltLAI '
; l schcniesto the serious detriment CARD FROM MR. BURKIUM.Messrs. : WAHA to Capt.,ROBT DARDIS. The boat or
writers draw their for afternoon of it coursed, with ,
on imagination to broad. The poll list shows that only : NEW I myself will not be responsible for any debts he may
l t, t of public tcn6t'anctb;' convenience their facts the "better they jire paid. If accelerating peed to the n'o h ailwarL. fifty-seven persons were sworn, andproof Editors: Statements"appear '.. ARRANGEMENt:, : 1 ; contract for her. H.L.HART.'

:, r J', of a Intcim pition".ut t lo vacancy any one.wishes to see the grst benefitswhich and on the 'afternoon, of 'the ha was .uiarje that many of,'those ing in the Sentinel and made upon the; Until further notice the steamers comprising this line Palatka. Fla., S749"261-
: at will, I are'derived from these advertisement made fire 'hundred and filty whose,votes were refused by,the inspectors streets, call for a few words to the:public will leave Jacksonville daily at 9 a.m. for, Palatka' and I' -
J : : legUIative Intermediate landings as follows : "
ncEssr let them Omaha and the'' twenty-four hours It was now central
and had
__ go t were registered before mom me. ,
_ I1Il manipulations wi L apparent to all i will see emigrants pouring throng i in southern Xlionesota! and preceded voted at very precinct., Furthermore I was one of the.U. S. Supervisors at FLORENCE,. ; ( AMUEL B.. HUBBARD,

_I but in this rase' the known ability of there at the rate of two hundred,a day. very hlpli dangerous winds on the the supervisor administered the Miccosukie precinct., No. 5, atibe( election ., 'From Shipyard Wharf on Sun!aYs. '

Mr. McLIn wi reconcile some of his Seeing the benefit the West is denyIng Upper 14akc\ Its line 'of progression oath at the request of the ilp ctfrs. on the 3d inst. During the, day. a i :>Tuesdays Wednesdays and Fridays i :T- ," lalwm'UZ1Fla..,
F I friend to (tenure.L I from advertising, and knowing thit was over southeastern Lake. Superior, But if the ground stated by the Sentinelis number of persons offering to vote were STARLIGHT, I ; 1 ; ,

: all Florida : to be appreciated i il :und theuco northeastwuidly north tr the i true, it is gOO reason, bra,contest denied that right by ,the ,inspectors, for From Railroad.Wharf off Mondays Importer,and ,Dealer in

simply to be known, I suggest the following St. ,Lawrt'nt'u'll y towards Labrador before the Legislature, but no reason, the reason that their names did not ap- an41'hunt1a, : ,
L : Of Course an Organ Cannot See It. idea: If every member of the In 'pas.:ngH lakes it was attended why the honest voters should be disfranchised upon the registration list, though HATTIE i' 'lI/.RD'\VARE. ,''IRON ,AND STEEL.

,. That, criticism of the policy of our Grange _In Flonidawould contribute only with considerable rainfall, turnjng and. their,voice suppressed !There Jar stated that they had!'been registered ; '
:. Governor thouM notb filty cenu, would rail a .fund suffl t snow, with; the rapid dMine of ,tern were four hundred and twelve votes cst and had voted at tbe previous. ,election From Shipyard Wharf Saturday EDGE TO :TABLE and POCKET

1lclu\e un dent t publish a pamphlet retting forth peraturu that in its wake. The at Miccosukie, .nd the Sentinel would many of them at tint very precinct. ,1 I THROUGH BOATS, I CUTLERY

1- dcllo by an organ, whose eyes tare the advantage of climate- many resources severity of the storm was first betokenet silence the voice of three hundred and took it upon myself to inform the ,inspectors For Enterprise, % and Intermediate landings, OUst
i ;
andaged with exorbitntbU. for oT ibis ,'Land of Flowers"- on the morning of, tl1U' 28L ,, ,by the remarkable twelve because one hundret' persons that under the statute ot :,,1868 Nails, Glue; Putty Glass, Paints,
from Railroad
pub wharfon
I_ -4ic printing (- rates that only have the seal! of thC State Grange northerly deflection of the voted who had no' s. The these persons had a legal right, to' vote :I'STARLIGHT Thursdays. ,' Mondays and" LEATHER BELTING.RUBBER PACKING.

_ exist through an' executive 'prerogative $stamped, on each,copy-and distribute isotherms in the Mf$ ig"Jpptlty.: This law: is well settled that, canvassing I if they would! take the prescribed ,oath. HATTIE, from Shipyard wharfon Saturdays. CROCKERY PUMPS.
tem'le Granges'of the United deflection was more lUIPp in the board has no right to reject a return because This applicants expressed a. perfect Returning, leave Falatka daily (Sundays excepted) STOVES,TINWARE..
I 'rxerlW l'rint gain need cause ShLt'S. would know that afternoon"and'night of that day. There of informalty* or because' illegal willingness to do, und at the'request and Enterprise on' Monday, Tuesday' ant Friday, Lead and Iron Pipe,
I little wonder. But if a Republican ActIng tho Grange seal 1 would, never b e w r numerous disasters resulting from votes m.iy: cast at the election.Tu the inspectors' I administered the oath mornJag their *

J Governor, "down Eat" should bolt stamped upon an untruth; these panipblets the high gales1 attending, this storm bold otherwise i to give to ignorant to; each one and the ballots were deposited bousts.:Freights}received' -daily at" J, BROCK respective ware- DOORS.SASH.BLINDS.MOULDINCS.SUGA

*L A Jit-publican nomination, until would therefore be sought aner centre on the .Upper I.lkes. A ..Milwaukee or corrupt inspectors the power,to suppress in the box by one of,the'inspectors, 'Agent H tti.and. lorence, "TSills, Evaporators: &c.CaJFIIh' .
lair and read with interest, and in a short pa*er of the 30th contains the the people and to elect with the consent of the-: other and not"stuffed' 11-18'. ',CoM DAVIS. ,
'whipped by the regular candidate Into time emigrant of a very differentchar- following dispatch from Grand Haven : whomsoever they7please. Where wrong : in, the box" as ,the Sentinel Agent Starlight. sig; R-'r. 7o56isg. Jdua
f : VH u undit'onal surrender and then otter those West would beginto "As forewarned by tbe Signal Servicestormdanger done S SmJi""nt 111"fin'W .,
t going I the appeal is t tbe,Legislature, charges. Blankets and CovctleOi, of every abs and quality at : #
4 *\ iolate faiiU In ,a corrupt betrayal o f pour into Florida. signal yesterday forenoon, which made the ,judge of the'qualifications As to the'Charge,ofntmtdaton! 'made : BUCK Y'S.. .
If I can persuade some ,of the a wind-storm ..r'n .South ac I in ANTED.
; )hit candidate and finally sell out 'polItical many heavy and elections of its mem an afdlLvt"l i be.urtthe 'r : ,
Floridiaus who are now anxious to sell companied at intervals with light rain own ) 'county";: TPHE CENTRAL SALESROOMS :
npj; >onent foolish enoagh t trust their beautiful homes and 'go' West, to and vivid'':.lightning- re che hero lasteveolugaud bers. The county Canvassers count the require JL A lady graduate eenced hi teacbin t

his Jrtmhc"*, and all. to secure a pos:- first go and satisfy, themselves ,belor continued, ay of returns' sent \p from thd different! precincts denial at my, bands.. My whole 1 AN AUCTION'AND GENERAL COMMISSION In drawing and palDtinc.'dafrcs a Amadou= l. FloridaAddresi -

committing such a rash and perhaps to-day.' A Detro1tpaperof the same 1 less acton ','., < !, '"' .. "'' EWING;
lien Snate which depended upon -it is no part, oft their duties'to was nothing more nor than, ;tU4 r", .;" : HOUSE J : ,

the v.,i'us;; .;f bot parties, hard-heartec irretrievable error, that they are already; date ,states:, "Soon' afer' mldnighWednesday constitute themselves set of inquisitors{ leavo to have ;the j precinct t, .returns: -. hufc <' : il I' ;.',"'j K, ,'), 4 ,,9-,,'',tf;? Valatfe.T ,.Columbia..,.., .'COUDtT.NC1. < ir.a._
In the the Street Laura "
- garden spot of th States, gale the signal made 'in legal form which one,of theinspectors'tried Bay near ,.,; 'I H -t,( .
uien would say: :,' "euch course, disgusts the time and money I'spent in iatisfying, corps!, predicted a day,and a"half,l In,ad. and, expurgate the ,returns t suit their 'hard to prevent' and suC i': ''-.-", '?-JACKSONVILLE. ._;.., j EMBRANT"PICTURES. u'WoOD kK BIC :
: sine pyandIalhs 4ejyncfliatc. the myiehiwW. also benefit others. .A. A. vance, fblew I ; 'up fronj the yi'est.' It own views, -."'T.* ceeded 'at1 1a'la writing iJ PUBLIC\ "\LE'K, every{* SATURDAY.-i >i .6 i,-t. LEOS GALLERY. '

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CITY NEWS. character. lie'.Lad ,c.infidcrcw in Mr.I I Meat Buildings Wanted., ._' '- ?""0 ..'. ". I. 0 O. r; COUNTRY FIRMS PROMPTLY SUPPLIED". .- .

Bentley, but thought the original plan: Before another year shall have passed There WO he. meeting of Florida Lodge on next Wfch the bei Groceries'U the Market by Wm Rki. P"RESH ARRIVAL '. ': i :: puunua.'N:

TU DAY 'JoRNING.f'A should be adhered to. lie closed by: Tuesday evening at rT '<&"& Bothers U good & .' -- OF I '\ ,., ,ft'.' ,
away many great important changeswill NND1A3lflOABLE GOODS
auadiag are cordially tavited ormt ed. T7URNITURE,
r l li't
ovember n. 1874. saying "he hoped to see ample accommodation have'taken place,Among-which notthe 4' : r. -."---_.* 'i_'',-..-" >, THE PARENTS / / 'I: po.'- ., .' <..wWAREROOMS..'. '. _
.L : ( ,'J'fIT.
for Aildren., He.believed least in MrU BARAT1ER Old well regulated purchase their groceries o AND WINTER WEAR .
importance will be the "
erection Hiring returned from a visit die Rkh. Folk's Black -;. ;:(
: Directory.this in good schools, with good teachers jisdf to North Is ,Eay street. I Religious of many new buildings for hotels, SMJW prepared u exhibit to his frieuds and patrons as FRL"'CHIGUSH CEHMAN ITAUAN" .< ftit :';' ..- $,'t'.<;4 'haDAVFS

IV kr .cad _.DJ 1ir.h "ert Saturday with compensation enough to,command boarding houses, etc.. Dwelling houses fine and as decant aa assortment of,wctt selected&aodt THAT SODA FOUNTAIN AND AMERICAN, FABRICS, & D ''R EWD-

wticei W Sabbath services as may be the best tAlent and that.the schools as ever was brought into the South. -A.long and FivtriU .,
Ia the L ,
1IIC1I. too,'are in great demand; and if travel l lincreases'with practical cigar store b admired by aO.FAITH. soot AI'nn"UOADc1.OTHs'v 1' ) :. ') \irt.a
JIIIltC.". clock Friday should all l be supplied.with: the .best apparatus. the same rapidity it ] experience,added to a thorough knowledge el his 3d' ': !\. '" it nh '.
EpIMopa1. zu vocation enables him to'soeet the requirements of his CASSIMERES. VEST. *
S J htI'cF. .ctor. Sunday cTv CCI II ." INGS AND CENaJtAL.FURNISHING '. .', ._ 't, . ':,. iiI-'w
Z-- :
for the friends and give andatire.ai4ario HOPE CHARITY ., .
i IIUla ti*| .. dai ? SJ4 A. M. Friday. 6 past fewjears, no better Investment .to perfect *to a3 GOOD PARLtDR SUITS. CHAMBER'
*: Lllvii Mission; service Sundays at 5 P. M. Judge Knight than mentioned that the ,can be made by the capitalist than who may &vor him with their orders.. Every srjle off The last but not least Is bund by buying groceries at the store ; : SUlTS.r
01J. .
,. SUllda ScbooI at 5 P. .. Mi .oi. School. I.w. eatlemens*garment cu. and made to order and entire from Ridu ,_, tf BARATIER. ." .; r: : _
pPIa and t JackiOnk.9 A. M Services ADJII books showed that the whole cost ofeducating' this. Small cottage houses, neat and satisfaction guaranteed la an'ascI. 'Ca IJcIIICII. .
"" undar at" P. .. Merchant Tailor. :.-, -. .p"i.'t
I.aIt awiUc Methodic cvcrJ opat I( o.N. E.torneri _the scholars. Including the convenient, could be rented very rapidly require the best of workmaaahip aDd material win find BUY BOOTS WITHA. Laura
< Street.Just above Bay Street ,
; ,1S X
_cs 'iewlWl wectS. R .J.. B. Fhrpatnck. expense bf building.and lands had been arid It tbeowners would so 'arrangeit It greatly to their advantage to'call and eaantine his K.Paictvai's stamp upon' them. They are superior zs-u.Set- JACKSONVILLE FLA.. MOSQUITO. BARS. &r'c"FIXTURES"''1 ,. t

J'alUjcI JIct. Da .comer of Churcli, services and Hogan sunday streets, f U each. judge Knight then offered a that upon the rl"gular"paIment' of a Stock goods before making arrangements'where. to aQ otters. io-3irf. '> "i''''1I .

!. JC'I' \t hilden.'.'-k Pl6tIl'evening at 5. CYCrT. resolution, the original of which we certain amount'of rent the title could GREAT .SUCCESS TO RENT. HOTELS BOARDING HO ,;: "...
.;11 at ::UULBa.pwot 0Iunh DunJ &trCCt.bS Mr.Peter A. Lyman has secured the,services Mr. Pleasant furnished rooms caa he rented near the
!t I row."astol'. have not seen, but the substance- of uliift1itelycst in the tenant they couldbe I DAVIS &DREW "
I a nd Pi.citreen..ReY.a( M. Mahooy full superintendent Barand_ Dining St.James Hotel Address Lock boa 7,P.O_..lo8NO : ,
torft1' W corner Church and H lbMaHat1.Newnao ItTCCt} ;. which was, that the meeting approve of disposed of without tho 'slightest Room,of his well known Restaurant,to which be 'pR1VArE BOARD. Parlor. Cbantbe>-'
t EIJ7MSIfllOYfl. : .
FathcrUti6U invites all his old friends from the RING I.O\\PR.CESI| 'HONESTY Suitv concrof .,
the whombe
of Mr. Each country
designs Bentley committee successive .
as difficulty. bringsnew Parloi 4.
year -THE.
Y Chamber
I' \ Is the S1'ICKN HOUSE.
l. near S. FairbarVs reri- the that bar been extended mono at. Rich.!C. zo.utf +
< expects same patronage So BAY AND LAURA
STRUTS. --Sota.
of the Board and
Pallor.NWcnrtterofPncandVidonstreeti. recommend the citizens who have determined l
.1 \ on..lly. .
I _.c. L him lor the last six years. The.beds alMr.Lyraaa's are CALL ErMRS S. A DAY. Parlor .-Chnmo _
5t. immediate prosecution' of his :plan as to locate hero permanently and for clean and comibrtabkv ,Gentlemen -v, I Suits. 'f.s. ? jAoraoimuji. ;
Simm.I'a.oror enriroly stopping 'At Geo. M. Smith's Music Rooms and see the finest ,. Fu.'s.t"1f
f JC'I'Loci;. WeJuacwi .trec Rev J. R. exhibited and that such* this class &ccoI there rely on being well'' served! CaO and Good hoard at reasonable rates. I ",..:. ;
I :" buildings as ned 'ations of some may Organ ever oa exhibition in this.dry. siiStfIM1XJRTANT. Liberal term ssade fur those deurirg to make a per .;
I PalWI' foot of Pine ; "i : > "0 tti-
" 5 tee LrlllaJlt Bay street at St..Ii iStfSTUPENPOUS .. manent .
be stay.RIDDELL -PIt ,
are so constructed sort mast be If
necessary to provided. .
as they can ,secure : .
: = ( f : < .. ""1;.'
! An Impromptu School Meeting. accord with the original design of the a comfortable little cottage home SACRIFICES !' On and after this date credit at my bar and restaurant Jo.x.AMLNE.OUR'LARGE- STOCK.

!. Tbere was a very pleasant gathering Board. they become fixtures'among 'us and tbe Daily hourly. and, momentarily disposed of at the will be refused to all persons without distinction HOUSE, t.t. i' ,' : j "1hr.' .
of citizens at the school Louse of the After a short pleasant and harmonious community Improved thereby.. If,'on Terms,JacksonvUle strictly,cash.Nov.i.... 1874.METEOROLOGICAL.RECORI. '"' "-BTTaw.I" ,FERNANDINA. FLA. r':;' .5 lI41jt ,IV .If10J

"I DavJ High School Tuesday afternoon meeting. adjournment was orderedof the contrary they are obliged to keep NOTICE:: !.... .. .., & .,!"*fr:'si* :

; pleasant I from the unanimity 'which what to us appears onw.. of: the'most moving from place to another, very Bvcarr.Blankets will pledge Overcoats to sell CIod, Talmas mCII',Coverlets .Underwear ).. : : SAMUEL T. RIDDELL. PBontraroa :.J'l ; ..,.. e,..,e'. .. .' .31'. ".'. ;;, ,
t eeemed to and significant from useful and agreeable meetings. ever- held little is sufficient to persuade them to ,Trunks Valises,Silk and Fur Hats and myriads daily Observations,by the Signal taken Service at y A.U.M S.,Army.''II.,in and this g p city.t .K.. :s3P-.MatmficeDt drive-ot eighteen miles on&e finest 101-101 _.._5,. .C. .101'01-r r .'.' *:*?*? ;Ej .$:: Fi

! lie character or those present. The in this city. look elsewhere for permanent 'abode. of other articles *numerous' aOmCllliod'ai vrry taw e .5 )1 AtIaMiCBCsdI. 101 101 Sa Y S L. .10'' .I' v.. ,. "-

assembled upon the invitation We trust that those capitalists who' #rn. n-i4tf g 1 T Wind. t f 4E Refreshing tea breezes 101 :Jovz&c--r %& .
meeting Oct.1a | 1SC3-1 g. | OPEN SUMMER AND WINTER. lii. .. r. -101 tley '
Board ot Instruction, at the in- Madame feel interested in the welfare of Florida ONLY CALL. ; 101 101. .i'i
vjf the Parquo. ,
I have "- .: ,;. BOARD .1
as others done and be convinced that Cheaper in r ; let v.34
" jtulce of A. J. Bentley, Esq., who This will will think the subject over and determineto :. "I f Per diy, .... C 1'1 '1'LOI
lady lecture at the A. M. E. Itargains can br obtained,and with greater satisfaction. 3 I! I l3coPer .. 10 -v .f' I *
a committee on invest oCthci iiiieansin this week .... .from>ia to$15 oo in .v HI" I..
r having been appointed Church a portion Polite and attentive salesmen t<>wait Upon every one, Toes. IS .
63 NE.Gentle .
Monday evening. Subject- It -3<> 90 >7 Q'dy I Satisfactory made with f.u t 101 101 -i 1
r I the part of the Board IA) effect the repairs Toe direction. fIn great and small,at Tat OaaAT SOVTHIXH l u.u.n.l. ,Wed.. .19 j o.i6 68'' 90 E Fresh 0.10 !raiD Tine livery accommodations.arrangements li-4-tf 101 101'..* _* j.'.
Nero: Past, Present and the .Fu- -U. L _ _ if S 307 to go SE Fresh 0.87 1 rain '. 010101010 D&D OIQlOlOiBilOlooDATOfcDuw T 'nr.
l and enlargement of buildings ( 30x6 68 NE Fresh __ ._,_ .
She 9 90 019 Q'dy JOk C --- --- celOI < ** ,
t for the accommodation of comes highly recommended, Short JACK LACE JACK.LACEn, ,Thu. so 7 79 96 69 95 NE Fresh 0.14 J rain F'me Business Suits at BUC rs. ,eD101 :
necessary both as to character and talent as a lec A splendid assortment of new style Jack Lace,*very '. 1 7987 71 90 N Fresh 0.03 CTdy lOlO1oijooocntumo..JOl >rtr f,
! and rapidly increasing schooL -E. 11. Feaster has returned to the > 9 99 93 66 94 N Fresh '0.0. "Cl'dy 101 lOloooo-FcajrrroaooootOl '. . the large turer. tow fl gurcs. Call at Fri. n 7 99.99 6, 90 SW Gentle i o. Cl'dy OCEAN HOUSE, 101 OlOOOOononinoooetoclOI .
naturally and perhaps in viewtf ,., city, and will tnne pianos for such of n.n if ::rIcIG0IT, BENEDICT& Co. a 99.88 73.56 W Fresh 0.00 Fair THE 101' lOteoo Waab.o oaolOX '{' .t(* *|

t Very the slight degree of approval PersonaL our citizens as may require his services. MATTlKGt MATTING' MATTING It! Barometer.corrected for temperature and'eIn 101 101' Iftltinnnoononx ISlOlQIaIuD&UomoisloIoI'/ .0-.--. --..<.101 .. f?> t,? ,| t.IOJ t.

of all Ins Orders be left at the bookstore of JACKSONVILLE.. FLA.. .. _; 101 ; SOS' 101. '
which the efforts predecessors may Rolls White Check andFancy Matting cheaper HOTEL ARRIVALS. 4
II 1 r. J. 1). Mitchell and his son, Neal, 300 ../ --ti 10 tel 101 10: t .:
Mr. C. Drew. than The magnificent Ics ever landed 1
have received, desIred to know most it) located and first-class 101 lot 101 lot
arrived here last Thursday. Centrally in all IU appointments .
I Jacksonville. Call at ,GRAND NATIONAL-Gxo.MACOKLCT P o.. 101 -101 101 101
! tie general sentiment of the body of Attention. is directed to the advertisement tf BEKCDICT &Co.' Hon J B Bingham Montgomery. Ala: G Pattlson will remain open duriflg the Summer months 101 101 :101 -101 ill .
lIon. J. \VT. Purman U. S. 1 FtmcHGOTT Memphis H S Johnson F N ..... "
[ Representative : Johnson; Btooklyn. Y; .101 161 101 101 .
the citizens towards the kchool. cf "Teacher in this morning'sissue. C T Shoemaker Philadelphia: R G Jones, New York; 101 101 %

those present,we noticed Messrs. elect is in the city, a guest of The advertiser is gentleman of USE THE ROSE LOTION Ceo Eggteston wf and child.Jackson.Slick; S B McLm TRANSIENT BOARD 101 d
Among .
Tallahassee G P Schobcr and Philadelphia 101 101
Swaim Bentley Archibald Dur- Judge Knigbt.Col. education For chapped bAnds. To be' purchased a( I. 1!.livingston .A E MUliken and wife. Pa: W M Mclntosh,Tallahassee 'DAY I 101 'm r
Moore, e pent'nceLnd thorough .j* PER or i 10 PER WEEK. .,. .' .
II. s drug store. ti-ytf ;J Wesicoti,TocoI: E Houvhton.. Magnolia H IOI' _101-1. '
kee,UartriJgOs McLean Gretley Jones.1 BUbee and Co!! Wilk. Call who will be an acquisition of value to Mochler; Savannah; J A Woodhouse. L I; E Plan Very reasonable arrangements made with permanent P"' ;: :. ...*H

i Ltd with have returned from Washington. school CEDAR KEYS OYSTERS Stratton L I:J.W Applcgate Green Cove W J Pur- '. ,.; L.1 ." ; ... _, >
Knight Sawyer, Paine Coop- any or college. man, Morianna; R H Docluett.New York;Sidney J boarders, r ." "
At Fred. BcttcUnTs Restaurant",Bay street PostofficeBuilding. Palmer.S C Frank Canova. Mrs L Scnwreceol .', i ,
: and tI
J ; ru5e
Cuan llaker Meek and others whom I. Blnmenthal Collector of Customsat MRS. BUFFINCTON.. ; : :
I en -Th disreputable quail who lives delicious and d In
Fresh cook every conceivable 2 children Havana Cuba J L Keiting.Mess J B BU-!

; we do not recollect; and all, with one Cedar Keys, is In the city.Marmd. in OpeD'defilLncc'ol the rules that govern III Ie.!i Received_daily. ,10-21 3t. men thai. Oda, Keys;-D G Sessions. Madison. Fla; Jacksonville,May 33 1874. THEFINESTANDBESTSELEcTrEDiN'THESOUTH i.;
J C D Kennedy P & M RR. ',t 'sn: & '
I. feeling, seemed kindly disposed to the at the Good Templars, at the Metropolitan DRESS GOODS t DRESS GOODS 1 II METROPOLITAN HOTEL_I. B.:To '.Paora. Gentlemen's underwear at BUCKY'S. -S: .j .WaI
hand. Rev. Mr. Moore D Herring Germantown Pa: C Brown do J Rem
! Work in : was ; .
, Billiard Saloon, attracts general attention Look at our:ac1.mOIl first. Our prices never fail to ington.Remington Paak; 0 E P Newman.New York; .' ,- _. -'. --.'-J

\ eekcted as Chairman and A. A. Knight Mr. William Boars was united in from travelers who bt'ginJo believe please. Only new and choke reIi.Ue goods ever offered. 8 C Drake Gainesville; C D Brigham Black Point HOUSE '.. '
,Call at J C Lowe. | Bro ia Trail Ridge John A Lantz .JELLONVILLE Parlor RICH, PLAIN 'lam ;.
i w *chosen Secretary. marriage to Miss Annie B. Weller at that even a bird need not rally under the 'if, Pam G.iffith. PJatVa: TT Long ; SuiB. -. 'SuitsJ
Il-zl ,BEWIDICT Co. Lake City. Miss V OIICC. Green Covet D M C Doug Parlor w
Mr. fientley then stated that the tol- the Church in this last of total abstinence in order &ad.. chamber i
Episcopal city, flag to secure lass. San Mateo; H A Gray. Palatla.-'A G Suits. .' Suits.' "* 'I

: trable accommodation of tbe rapidly increasing Wednesday evening. Bishop Young his share of happiness.P. FIFE CASSIMERS AND 1 WEEDS. sir Oty Point; William Rose. D HeaUnun Savannah. MELLO VII.LI:. ORANGE COUNTY FLA. Patio:" ,SUBSTANTfAL < < .
; % '
Call and inspect our Stylish Cajsimeres Doeskins, Mr and Mrs B H Parsons.Albany N Y; W FulLer Suits. _
numbers of scholars demanded performed the marriage ceremonies. Y:John M R.uth.Baltimore; Ph Masson.Plu1adelllhu Parlor i'Chamber'" t
-- A. Lyman mEaos.busi!- Broadcloths al-o.Tweeds and fine Jeans for boys
Sf'Sl Wm M :COlt, noDab: J.H aconA1banyNY: Suits. rull IT Swcs.5.
; an increase of sehool-room; that in his Both Mr. Bours and Miss Weller are ness. We believe him too for the wear. .Best Iclcc oa. Lowest figures.' P E Wagner Troy,N Y; Joseph Poor" Manchester SP-s-ty I. I. lUTE Proprietor. '".1 l ,

it was better to use what funds appearance ii-ntf At FCCHCOTT. BENEDICT& Co. N H;John G Snea. and wife.N Y; Miss Louisa An- -..-. t: I'
; opinion well and most known in this
favorably of the crowded tables in his drcu,St Augustine; G C Brantley Lake JesMrp; Wm I.4 I.-, -
MulJ be spared in (building an additional city and one and all unite in Allan N Y; W J Purman. }Lt; Alexander RQ s. FBA1OC W.COLOEX. FmAHK*.&.. ; _.. .;. 'r
saloon yesterday, shows plainly that he UNDERVESTS I UNDERVESTSM Boston;J A Skewing.Brooklyn. N Y. ,

I, building, like the one constructed last them a happy life long period ot connubial means business. Ladies'.Gentlemen's, &I hes' Youths' and In&nts' ST. JAMES'HOTEL-CAMraELLft AHOBBWS.S & ADAMS, We are prepared to offer our stock'atJremarlabl .
:. year, than to hire rooms for school use relations. Undervests, all'priccs.oIlsiz: .all styles at reasonable H Williams. N Y City; E S Smith.N H; E HGabert. # }',low'prices. '.: .' "

. Marriages and giving in marriage figures. Can at .Sauthbridgc; G Hunter and wife.Albany N v BEALEXa n .. 4Q&. .tl'
in another l locality; that parents wished 10' H B Moore, Philadelphia Wm F Fuller Brooklyn,N ,. '. .
seem to be rather popular in Duval u-. if FUBCHCOTT, EEXTDICT& Co.LAYAVORIIA Y; W P Wright Mount Royal; A W.Felton.'A F Col- E .t I t-t" 'Si II:0 ,
their children t<> be near the main school. Elegant Turn Outs. cord.B F Coicord Boston; R H Shoemaker PhiUdetphia F I NE'G"RO'c.EiR-I: E S ,

where could be bared for. county .of tlate. One by one our, gay OYSTER SALOON., ; S E Johdson San Francnco; B C Cooper. H E -. :- .O"I/ .

they safely Those of our readers who may wish young bachelorsVre being caught and At Gate's corner,where the old Ice Cream stand was. Cooper, N Y; A L Hortno, Nebraska; S A Coffin 'FREJfCU" CONFECTIONERY -h- ....--. 'J".,L'" __, t..
He estimated the at Momreal: D A Lewis.N C; A M Reid. Stenbenville, Y
necessary expense to examine the suburbs of .JaeksonriIIdthoroughly imprisoned in the silken fetters of "Open Monday evening" Coft'ceCa1e'Oystcn.; and Ohio; Miss Henie Reid do. DAVIS & DREW :
, from $t,5t) to $3OOO. lie said he did! and Hymen evert thing. order. f4tf] 1.).SIDxar' \. ,
enjoy an unexceptionable until form FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 'ALE I .
they now scarcely a cor .
! tot even >t be asked the advice NATIONAL BANK. .'. _{ ,, a .
fugge ; ". ,
ride at the same time, will do well poral's" guard. This'sort of thing cannot BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS FIRST WINE. ;, LIQUOR CIGARS DEALERS IN 1 I.
"*" -
, of the citizens. Wm find of ;ETC. : '
to leave their orders at [cCI nn1.'d stables certainly last much longer.A a complete assortment lumber dressed OF FLORIDA. .195ACo. : '
! In re poo6o to inquiries by Dr. Paine forthwith This establishment has and undressed mouldings shingles the Depot Have in store and to arrive All! kinds of FURNITURE. CARPETS.- .

[ it wu ascertained from Mr. Bentley and beautiful statue of.St. Joseph Is .Lumber_ YfrdJ( Orders tube delivered at landings on JA.fKSO YItLE. MATrRESSES.WHITEPINEWAL.'* fk it

i Collector Jones that the tax assessed for their taken extraordkary the p3.ins'to procure for about being presented to the Church .of. the Address River receive_ especial attention.LocisJ. Bausx.BUY10URSELT Tit mly A'ati'al.5akM.eftratif* I'M. t sj.Ji.- .if. ",9TC.1SS: GOtfDS. ;,! VT.*nd CEDARLUMBERetc. :..,a ;
most and '
stylish : .
expensive _
patrons ItJADONVrUE.
i the Immaculate Conception of this city I : .J : S ; '3 t. )i t
schools in .
1871 WEC about $20,000, bat turn outs that furnish : ; A.HOME. I Which; by making TERMS CASH. they offer at the S FLA. ;
can -
, money several have c Exchange on Savannah and New York sold. ,and Exchange 'I' .
I that arrearages unpaid from 1873 would i and OB a very natural result they by pious.' : A%!LLA4m on St.'J' illi.river is for sale. on all Northern points bought LOWEST PRICES. f'

cite the income ot the contributed their means_ for that purpose. One of the desirable in AT CURRENT RATES. '.
, present year I meet plan the vicinity of Jack q" t
rect-ive that liberal l patronage to which HAS CHARMS l
i some 2OOO, of which $3OOQ could be : The statue will be placed, ''by direction I sonvMe)Containing .8 acre*-about 8 acres ready forplanting. S+tcial Attention of the Ladies called tojoor M.usic/ .f. .!
they are so justly entitled. See DIRECTORS AND STOCKHOLDERS: : .\ "
new For .
,apply at counting-room $
of the Rev. Father Dt fan the -"
spared fur Very on _, MAILLARD'S SUPERIOR CANDY .. .
building. .
F.rirH ... .1
advertisement."A oCT.NEW SovT!(. .-'5tf .:ILf._ '
t ilr. Coin altar at tbe right hand of the church and JOKK CLABK. ac. .. .
> poke of bli Intern in the Hon. F.Pitno E. SrI_.. \.A. McLBAM,Esq I And 10 our assortment of .' .S. ':. :; Si.- 1

sdool and his knowledge of !Iii existingwants Sea of Face" will correspond admirably with a statue' FoR RENT. SAM'L REMUSCTOM REMIKCTOH,Esq.Esq.,, C.Don A.Yatacxu.n GKEZKLEAF:Esq.. PRESERVES* JELLIES. ETC. P.R'I CE ;RE D U C.E,D.I ; .
,good store,kxaUd in the finest business
and called. on W. M. Led with, A quaint old Italian painter spent his of the .Blessed Virgin Mary upon the I of the city of St,Augustine; well adapted for any portion business. Wf C.SotnaES Isq., W.M.BosnrICK.,);sq. -. . ; : .I, rl'tI'
left of tbe grand altar. September '6.1874NEW ".. : 1 ,,. t it7
Fq.lIr. life in painting what he termed "a sea : Best location in the city. Rent J Jo per month. PICNIC PARTIES will find it advantageous to ; r. JtoAt ; .f

LedwSth -True is found in : Address 'James M. St. Wm. C. callas we shall make the replenishing of LUNCH EON -'
responded. saying that of faces." In order that he might secure happiness making Byrne. Augustine,or THE BEST LN'THE WORLDS, i: -

he had the of the Cooper Jacksonville. 10-24, IlL ADVERTISEMENTS. BASKETS a specialty. V' ,* f t
felt little interest in the he much most pleasures we are permitted : .
happy suggestions passed
school and little faith, but had concluded time in visiting gatherings of different to enjoy with a limited anticipation A MILL, GOLDEN & ADAMS 'J'3' > > : -t

that as the school must be supported, kinds. Would not the artist have beenin of pleasures yet to come which lie. Well located on the banls-ol the St.Johns river and CITUATION WANTED. .I Rosa'_Iarbte. Front Building near, Grand Na- WILLLAST. A 'I.I'FELT'1. "- I. .,. f.(
within reach. The McCoy's creek. to be leased to responsible parties by A' >f ttonal Hotel, Jacksonville, Florida. 'J
economy required the best attainableand luck if he had lived till apparently our : gentleman! who is a graduate of several first-class i 11-14 ,.
next Thursday I the month,year.or to parties desiring to saw by the universities and has had YeaB' experience in .-' -,p. f.;".. .z. -' ,4
most thoroughly good school that night and seen the boys and girl of Du- moment any man begins to trouble himself thousand.' Apply at the teaching,desires a situation as teacher of the Latin SALE OR LEASE. '.' '." / : ; r '
the means at command could about matters absolutely beyond I ClBCO ATTKC LlBBABY.C1GAR and Greek languages or as principal of a school iatisUctory FOR '
procure. val High School gathered at Togni's testimonials will be furnuhed. Address ".."- I'

lIe had noticed the school being con- Hall? To Fee these two hundred children him he secures any amount of trouble )-ii TEACHER, New South office. VALUABLE. HOTEL PROPERTYIN 3.: .5' ;'> : .:.OO.O. : ;:. :. n .

ciensly rather prejudiced against it, yet to come. > THE SOUTH. .. ." .. ,i2. '
will l he worth more than the admission Imported, domestic and of their,own ,raanuCtcture UVAL LODGE F. & A. M. : .

anI by seeing and examining, had been money. To hear them sing will -The young man who does not belong can always be bad.a'bdtcr article and at a lower price D THE SEA ISLAND HOUSE, situated in BeaufOrt : .,. TBX. -CEXEBBATEDStfONINGER : .. ,. .: '' .ri1.. 10 .t, I,

tou\ nced of the excellent character ot base ball club or other than any other pbce in the city, s& Gato& Co's La.f"71tI. Regular meeting of Duval Lodge No. 18 F.&A.M.. S.c. will be leased or sold private sale, on "' RGANSsr k : ,
be worth twice And then to some In.
as much. at their Hall in L'Engle's Block corner of Bay and terms which will satWaer. >
the school) and the 4. 6-i3tf give . .
of the
thoroughness think to what a worthy the this city, must be in a lamentable position Pine streets next Monoay evening 3% p. m. This property is delightfully located on the banks of r .
instruction purpose AU members of the good. standing arc CraternaOy the Beaufort riYCI'&I1d commands a fine view of Port '.' { "" :
given. Mr. Ledwith, as we money raised u to be appropriated. for how can he answer the thousand I VICHY AND KISSEVGEN invited to attend. Royal harbor and surrounding sea islands.' IN. "n A'J L'Y" us. i'v. ;;11
welt glad to see, evinced an 'enthusiastic Many on rising ia the morning. complain of a headache ., By. .order of the W.At. -1.slst 3dM' .As a Winter Home for invalids and tourists BeaufOrt :. ; Wy.. '
: The children in&e&d purchasing and on:questions the-joung ladiesare attractions to those found -
superior at
determination maps or feeling stupid. 'Agbxs Vichy or Kisecagearom."Tu&s" oners any : ". .:;.} ,M
to do all in bis other point on the SantA Ail-uHic coast,and equal to
powerfor and globes for their school. ask relative to the prospects ( Mammoth fountain in La Favorita cures ROOMS FOR RENT. in the vicinity of Jacksonville.Fla.. with which *J

the support of a system of school* "' of each game as it is introduced? *. all'such tinjrliftfrf srnsaii.. I 6-ij-if FURNISHED place any it has close communication by rail,and the New The best mosicai talent of the country lecommenoV :

which were much Location pleasant. Good facilities rIIOunCkCCping.Inquire York Port Royal and Fernandi'Steantabip Line. these Organs. The 'nicerf and best More fcr'-your161:
accomplishing good. i 7x15. -The Moncrief Spring, under the at Library. of The hotel was enlarged in 1871.and is now in excellent j ,' .*' t tit* t!<;;-.
Md rtose : OUR ENTERPRISING It contains large and -- satisfaction than other
KELLOGG. repair. thirty-five and any
power jojood would be en- ii- 8if E.B.. money, gives ,
Just think of it. Thirty-six children management of Mayor Jones; are becoming Friends MestreVCatb 4 Co.,have seeminjy spared na titated rooms many of them being en nut*;mad a din ". X f .*ii. ,' 7made.
kwced bjrih* *y patby and'cooperation I I expense in introducing the'haodsomit coda fountain ing-room 38 by 7J feet,adjotnirg which is a commodious Dow They comprise the ._.., : ,t. ., .
I and attractive c
and a teacher confined during recitationin more more year kitchen containg large stationary range.
of the citizens. He spoke of the ever let up in this city, It Is admired by everyone and 'COXCERT, AH the appointments of the building the attractive EII"IR Orchestra and Crandsi'Qustrated !b
taeceahv of and and bin- a room seven feet long ant fifteen by year, and."when all his arrangementsshall the''soda'from It is pronounced by atl'the ladiesto he surroundings'oI rapidly increasing importance of Concerto. .. ... .-

maps charts feet wide. And this is the way-it has have been fully completed. will be the best. BY Port Royal the direct railroad communication with aU -
ted _v :4kI3 :
*These would be furnished out- the large cities North and South added to the Let that ; ': -
IlJe been done at the' Duval IIi.,h, School. found a most attractive place of resort. DUVAL HIGH-SCHOOL, this is the only fint-dass. hotel in the vicinity render .
the funds 'Irom GREAT this dewable and investmentsin mail to
taxation. one diSc most profitable Catalogues sent by postpaid. any.. ,
Some But now a new building is. con The race trac'will compare: favorablywith Ore the"BO&ical canvass, but greater over Rich's THURSDAY EVENING NOVEMBER s criticism .
being indirectly evolv4 ,ammiaiantr rftiu frttJm+*'t S.&* T. Cf., .upon appicazioa to ,'.-t
of the structed. Mr.Bcntly has charge of this, any wo know of, in ,the South, and splendid Assortment of groceries., ia-iiif .. IX 5' Wttknftom, D.C. \'*"'

Coat present school building, Mr. matter and it will not lag. The boys by-and-by we hope to. see, ,some< of the M..C/DW1GHT.- /ISTIIT.S ; tl-fi-2t Or OfirAftnt ft&* /*,$ c. B. SHOXINCER, & co. ;'..,"

part af explained aa that this building, formed and girls shut up in that black bole! may finest blooded horses in the South exercised Studio in room No.' *, Fridenberj'i building/; Bay.JackHmyme.F" 'The scholars of Duval High-school will give a concert CARD:- '. New, Hua.CoaL 'f'

original design which contemplated take encouragement when they see Mr. there day by day. street, on the evening of Thanksgiving day for the purpose A ._ '- -7--IJ
it as only a wing of: a future Portraits painted. from life, or ,small faded or defaced of raising funds purchase'gibbet,maps' charts,. jACXSosnrrtu",FtA-/Uarch 31*" .it>4.. Fo&SAIz OR,JtECOtnTItY" ','. I

f ont building like Bentlcy's hors and bUJrgyl outside. Tropical fruits jean be had ,in any i likenesses restored,enlarged and finished ia India fee.for the use of the school..Concert Commences M 3i ., J.ftu.I, f'
the front of the i at 70'dock. ?
ounton And when the new school house is constructed quantity at this,,time and ,at prices I ink,water,or oil colors all sizes., Pried rcMCICI.We. o'clock.lxtsep Admission 50cents. .jazz-st THE SOUTHERN LIFE.INSURANCE COMPANY .tOR SALE '. ;, .
house to be erected .. !
"beeter its walls-should not remain so reasoj ibfe' that everybody can indulge Satisfaction guaranteed i win In a few days appoint a State Agent for .L
the school situation and funds Also Solar Photographs from taxis to life size I I VERYttreeiialZ 'CU'E''APtr.i
abowd require and bare and grim'likrtbose of the present the .i irtastes as ranch as they like. :cither from Ilk or from small pictures a style of work ; \ Honda. In the meantime I will conduct &>' manage- .' ;

PoeT. permit. building. :Xo. they must be rendered Physicians say-the more hey are'eaten never before done in Jacksonville. First-dais work is !, THESAtE.ANl menL "- '; .,'.;' farms' fU' City Kmte,. .. m..-.JII ,

Mr. Moore remarked that topW8 attractive 'anH cheerful' by 'a series of tbe better for the health of all concerned. warranted at prices lower than any travelling agent can I. ) LIVERYSTABLESI. ., ONEOYTEAtRFS., ,'s .. jIi'.
eo done here rk of 'An communications directed w ate,care of Henry.A. .
the original offer aa4 the work being there h,BO *"* ..
would .
plan tenure useful maps and charts .hung, from one .-. .. .- friends I. |Oeared land; soother Im'O o. j' 1 :
losing pictures of dead or absent ,as b frequentlythe win
of the Branch
onje f 6,000, and that the JUST A SUGGESTION. Jacksonville ONE OF TWENTY ACRES.. '-" *
present the other. And
end of the room to everyone case In seeding them away to be enlarged. Samples ; '. I .,f
tidt inteuiou of the Board was only to pro- who purchases 'a' ticket 'to the ''The holiday an We appruMhlaei and a Urge hare 'on exhibition at studio. l4tf receive due attcDl. fruittrncson&mdmntmedC1ayubsol1 About fifteen acres 1a.&.-tIu4. 500 grape; one of vines the best nd::' -

lot present necessities hot have of our reader*.ore fail*not. are thinking about tame t.'r"
to children's concert on next Thursday J .. '- paacabprda i ..
-h token of affection'djcy Intent to give the lorcd *tbogc. C. B" McCLENNY. hornuoa '
buildings M were demanded ONE OF TWENTY ACRES. "l .
ao now, night will assist in accomplishing: this It U a object deserving 'of orae little comloVeraiioof SALE AND RETAIL. 4-i-tf Ceal.Supt..of Agencies.
>n in cultivation balance good p6e'7
!trncted About four acres
as not Jo make any dis- very desirable end.Apjitjcian'S. yet we oefieve that of all thingi la the world. :A new importing Drug House ft now being opened Balmorals.Bustles and Chignon,at BUCKVS woods; on King's road .. ".
eor4 with the ori-inal plan ., there Is no one thing that can be man 1ri', prized on Bay street,1 a few doors'beloWthe Natfoeal'Hotel, 'Kotiee is given to the public that I have purchased .- ,,
M exfeulcd beera by J.J. Griffin & Co..whfc wM krep constantly on the wefUnovm HARTRIDGE STABLES. oppositethe DeaVr in Real Estate.Witschen's Building Bay S,
than finely
.Swaim the a uvrorewi mcb V can METROPOLITAN HOTEL and have on hand L KEENE,
Mistake.A .
the Principal then stated at Wood PhobwraDhlc Canary,Bay Streec la hand pure English, French and German Drags Medicines O. ,

.ndnce on the school to be 165, Nashville Tennessee politician order to n>eei the rcquirtnxmi.oCht* numerous pat- ,Chemicals Perfumery,&c-.with all the late Do- A VERY LARGE STOCK -OF HORSES AND WEALTH, -

and aI4zded Uj the manifest wa nt of com- while canvassing the District in which runs Mr.Wood ha recently aecured the tenrices of a mestic preparation of the day, 'Every"article guaranteed MULES FOR SALE. ; BAY STXEET,JACKSONVILLE FLA. HEALTH '

GttaLJe fint-claM Bonna who taada the head and sold at the lowest cash prices. '
operator ( at "- '
an4 Whole80lne cry ; will find it to their advantage Dealer ANDRECREAiIoN'C .
accommodation Those desiring to purchase '.
office- '
w L. be was &, candidate fur was on of hi* profession and whose beautliul specimens of Particular attention given to the Prescription Department to eaanune this unusually large and attractive .
being apparent to the eyes of alL one occasion invited iorspend .the night artistic excellence wilt MOB receive the approval they at all hours .the"day and night by the most stocWadantcd|o all uses. 1 am also receiving MILLINERY "-'

'"M that at the present pafe of In- with an old time friend, who, since their i to jofcily merit. Possessing all the fidelity of a first- competent and reliable pharmarnn Pills gilded with OUTFIT OF '. -. .:-.
**> the attendance would rate miniature,these, pictures exhibit nfl the delicacy of a peculiar gold or silver powder made in France fat .' A..COMPLETE FANCY AND DRESS GOODS. -
2./J to 300 toon be last meeting had taken unto himself a finish seen'U the highest das bf steel engravings,andre that purpose,which, deprives them ofafl tsste'and unpleasant LANDS FUR '
and more room was absolute. in conversation with odor without impdtrfng.their efficacy in fyt PHAETONS AND I
I better half. While really unapproachable as works of the highest art.'Those BUGGIES. ,
just received front New York Sill assortment of
Has a
the hoslesj. he noticed a small child who contemplate securing a beautiful picture least. This valuable Improvement is not ooi/a great OTHER CARRIAGES. theaSoventmcdofthc ORANGE GROVES COLONIES .

P. : should c'D early and make their engagements,'a* the benefit to the patient but preserves foe a long time,** i FARMS MARKET-GARDE,';|

theC. Cooper Esq., then addressed playing about the room and wishing old rule holds good,here as elsewhere, we presume.of purity of) -sia_,and'Is generally endorsed by atte.1aicgMyIes. ,. LATEST.STYLES AND FASHIONS. VILLA SITES.TOWW'. ,' :

ngwith muchfeelingandmore compliment both the husband and wife, first come (nt served. One thing we are sure of: the must eminent Pbysidan of this'country and Europe. LOTS v".1

hit nsnal eloqaeoce and force. He called the child to him and said: "Mrs. the photographs win be bond imez epdoa4ii. n-es Medicine chests furnished and repleaif&ed' piR FOR LIVERY _SERVICE ofbdia.'ud :

..? $a1d0 reqQiiUon for intelligent care and accuracy at short notice which win be furnished vAT Also,a ins aMOrtIDCIIt gentlemen, ...a-" ,. ., FOR SALE :ON" SANFORD'S' GRANT; i
money was B. this is an extraordinary
$ 'A. sv.PERqVAl/S Abo OB .Fancy.Parisian Omamews, parlor "-

beJeTfIlIyp4dbY thoughtful men as that :child and a perfect Image of;pjonr I New Price List of Cendeojens' Flae Boots end Con and toilet, Lubia'i genuine Extracts. Soaps, &f,, THE. SHORTEST NOTICE,: KID GLOVES. .1..II..KOORE. SanfenL. ::; ,

te,47 fur hools. He always paid husband Its papTb good wife gress"- bjpogJit as|$ .ps StsF.; *" -iMy :
and on the stock having been PBTChord so receat'y admits
sh. ctool tax I :..Stamp" Haad Boou"I_ ,Orden from a distance filled and forwarded promptly. sold Boots and Shoes,neat and durable ct BCCKY r < j '
with chee with replied of being at exceedingly
u1neu. indignation .
bilieTeda He nearly overcome i Eon t Mean or" ..---'i.n"r:: Thirty yca'bper coce f..:haviag fcrVseventeen MOST ; REASONABLE TERMS. .

L4 strong interest in our schools : "Sir I that, .servant's child.1 I Philadelphia and BWmore, :. 10,00 years of the time 'given persons! attention to the purchase ( 't "- ____;-' "". iMrl I LOW 'PR -.' MT ANTED. .., .fc .,.g. ,

JeDgrowing up kmong our citi- Candidate for office bad occasion to Vienna Medal eabfe sewed.: .'? r..?-, ?-,-, Spa and] Importation cf Drags 'from1 England and j[ *. 'J .. I .

FerdvaTt Stamp IIandCongrsj_.. .. I.Jo France warrants the nettef that entire satisfaction will C. M. BRITTAIN b my authorized Agent ... ., A comfbrtaUe home wOI be given to a middle. aged.
rted by the character of the speak with'a friend outside for a moment ) and Ka and will always be found at the Stable, 'Caltud. *-* VICTURES < u--sm I or elderly lady,ef*noW& xI.V'fJ,In .
school,, lIe : It&Jhlea& : 1 Lso be given to an.T.,..with their ki4 atten-rmdi lit attend to aD IIaIIaaa apperal.isg lit the a.I neighborhood IL Soods
rejoiced to.lee the present The gentleman is'npyr stopping"lj! this Pbfladd'1' ; .f I.r.r ,_ i__':,1 doLIV.; "././..CatfTUifcCo.Iii7tf ..-. "I0'B..., lcf.LENNY; ) copied and colored at WOOD fc BICK. i str-ctiosH in primary branches of two chikircsv ..--"
therjDI of .ao n'.jTui ; Cls .' 16.171t' .."Ie .: c.IIF7, Address,,j7r. &. Pine Level.FU soy at
qupj.gentlemen e of ,t1. n'- ... .-> : .* !. Jc44-sewed ifS4-. .; ..r .'.Dn. Bai.JnekIvnIL"o 5cIJt. : -.101"-, .





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: ; : .t1Er'NEW: SOUTHS SEMI-WEEKLY: 1 JACKSON VlLL&i UR.E! i'.NOVEMBER< 21:, '1874* !

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Why Don't You.Respond ? THE ; -S; .' MISCELLANEOUS : : b.;: ,- '.' :\1- 'MISCELLANEOUS.WROLHALB : : .- 'rl (
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: OM Jujge AV. -, in the old I; --. ------- "- .5 .) '-T------. ..- .: I.. -' ... '" '-. .: -
(.K :. .. : -!. \ : ;... ., '1 'tME. .t '.. ." 4."I" : .1) ( "" ;:;;:::;r ia character, He:wks a : 'TWIS : ': THE RF! PU LI1C.: .

.lawyer, legislator, judge and l a leading, .,' SILK* ..L ,"". j FLORIDA: : : sAvtd; : ;S i3'A;: : NK :: !r/:: A FIRST CWS

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politician among the old time Whigs ? > '! : ;" ". ;' ; IloR1xcjNZwPApfl
This now having In lull NewarkNew' ::1 T-AND: REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE: PublIShed III .
r jj of blessed company operation Jersey the largest SILK WORKS the ; : the I'.caracn B IdIac,
memory ; but alas I like worlj furnish a iof Uk T 1st .. New Naatav&ad
,propose, to superior;:.aqicle J> _. _. ". '. '; [Incorporated July 6th, 1874..J'S S. l&recta. y ,I: :: ,0. Flo

theru',, Im glory departed and. Jilte: ] : :: '! '', .JU TX.RMS
41 many others of his confreres has AT GREATLY REDUCED. PRICES.1j ; : *. f OFFICEINLOV. RtifGt'sEU1LD G' OC.AN STREET1.:! ;
gone ,, S v |8 ,
.. jACBSOwvrtLB. FtA--Jury Ist.1874J. J. per year by mail t'i 1 cots per w l w
"where the woodbine twincth." Notwithstanding For,the.convenienceof. : the. public this celebrated Twist is NOTICE hereby given of the Incorporation of Tkt FlarUa.Saving*. Bank. ,,nd. Rtl, ttalt'.Exck*ngt. ., f::. .. : '. 3 cents per copy., S ,* TcarrW;
of business la the of ackwnville. :. .I: J. f : '
the loss ol primapal place dry
; property, and S PUT 'UP SPOOLS OF DIFFERENT1SIZE"S., m, : The,design of the. Florida Savings Bank is to afford to those who are desirous of saving their money the : ORDEKS AT SAYAXMAH FRICSZ.I THE: REPUBLIC
the too free use ''appl j3ck.e he maintained { means(iaely: employing at a good rate of interest,to Irvested. ,under the direction oIwcll-ItGOWft'citizenf.

the dignity of The finest qua i.y being> thereby offered on spools' in quantities AT HOME.- la home securities well-known value, a. '" H. y Contains .
ex.judgetressed ROBINSON
BANK HOCKS.-The regular hours for transaction of'bo..rae.shall be frni9 o'clock a.m. to 3 o clock p. m.
carried daily, Sundays and holidays and on Sa unisys until clock p. m. .' ALL TilE .NEWS OK
neatly, a gold headed cane, except 7.0 '"'oia.u..&: urtAitDRUGGIST- THE DAY
FROM. FIFTY YARDS UPWARDS.. I bEpOSflL-Dcts! will be entered In the books of the corporation and also In a book to be given to the depositor. >
and' ,whei1he: had\ taken ,more,than .his i > ) This book wIll be evidence ef his or her property, when moneys are withdra.'nk'this book must be Being coenpleti l fa all its Jepanm
usual allowance of the favorite beverage The above une< ualed twist Is manufactured especially! for the u;e ol all kinds of sewing machines and agents brought to the Bank to.have the payment entered. Depositors may take out the money themselves or, in case prompt! and ample.reports etl l. and ""'"-
for different machines through the Ciuntry: are using. this twist in-'large quantities, and as absence or sickness, it will be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by'the book. Deposits Hoeg-i Block, Bay St., .
: he was very such times, : '" -' : will be repaid at anytime when called\ for,when there Is a sufficient amount in the treasury:uninvested; f\herwise S CITY INTELUCEACE.
,, ; "SPECIAL. INDUCEMENTS, ;. at the earliest practicable period.Id the order in which they may be called for. JACKSoNVILLE FLORIDA. : .
always attending church and
sitting IlfTlnST.-Inercst at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent(or two cents per day on f zoo)wiU be paid, FOREIGN AND' DOMESTIC
; near tbesi are offered the trade all those al'out purchase will do well to send for our price list. annually all which shall have remained months in the Bank to be added annually, (I !
& ? ]as] erectly js. cirrurnstanceswould .5 ,. to the principal of the deposits Depositor. three or'more. > cowrouKDisc mscvmom A srcciAtrr.: ), AND POLITICAL.AND GENERAL EVDtrj
%; admit and responding '.1'1' u. ACCOUNTS UNCALLED FOR.-;Any account to which nothing; shall! be added and which shall ,have.remained. IN ALL QUARTERS
; krv ntly.I' uncalled for for seven years,shall cease to bear Interest. d'

!i ; ." THESIN'GER": Accoorrs'PATABLB TO HBIKS.-If persons die who own money,ja) this pavings. Bank,the money: .w ", Through its SPcda! Correspondents: .t.r Tc1-&r.a
On .ote occasion "
a Baptist brother paid. to their legal representatives, HOLLAND Ocean Cable. ""
'; '\\'aLhoMing forth with and S RANK BOOBS.-Although the officers will endeavor, by all possible means,to prevent frauds yet all payments J''J. .,
; energy J. : to the bank-books shall be valid the Special will
persons producing payments to discharge corporation. care be taken to render the
unction on the evil of the times, and ,CHILDREN'S ENDOWHINTS>arentll or guardians of,"nor'chiIdRar deposit money as trustees (or the l ;'WATCHMAKER AND Bureaus at Repa
.. ., ... benefit c-f such minors until they become of Interest which be_withdrawn annually added '
or tothe
c in of his age ,upon ,.may '
: one flights exclaimed : ..J'1 piintlpal.SPBCTAL I. : ,::JEWELER : WASHINGTON AND ALBANY

;: -: "Show me a drunkard." : 'ttI EJlDOWK.n Pulf.-Deposlts'n 1 the Florida Savings Bank amounting to'/0 during each year r a ', ', Complete Interesting and
-- term often years will secure the depositor a cash orooo at the end or the term, or proportionatelY thoroughly reliable.
payment Corner
and Su.
r The judge arose to:his'feet, and unsteadily I I .. .. .' '1,", on smaller or larger annual deposits., In or ins ility to complete the ten annual paYlDencs the depositor Bay. ,' ..
.is ,; balancing himself his l #/a L 't.....". : can withdraw the amounts already paid in,upon g-ving: three months notice, together with the accrued interest JACKSONVILLE,'FLORIDA. TIN.NcIAL NEWS
on thereon.. This plan unlike life the firiture! Such the
ordinary Insurance secures depositor against previous payment, as transactions of the Stock
r ; : cane said f.r. and offers a safe anl method of handsome endowment lor tl future of Lcha"iCII
solemnly : I. ; ; easy providing a e parents children friend -: :---, Market Baaltlac. Insurance; and other
I j ; 1 or the depositor individually. Sftctal deposit, not to be withdrawn for ten years;will entitle the depositor to .it."i S come under this important !head will IlIlerata th
d "Here I be
I., am, here I am !1"S .'>;;, .,. a certificate for d mblt tin ammit/tuck drfotitt, payable In ten year*, in! favor of any person designated.! J New complete. made AiD aacr
The elder r ., Lou.s.-AII received deposit shall be invested in first real and In Jewelry, Clocks, Watches -.
though a good deal non- ,.t *. ,.; ( ...". .,_ moneys on mortgages pn .. .personal property .
this State of least : '., '
al double the value,or in other ample collateral securities.: Diamonds Plated and LITERARY INTELLIGENCE
4Li .
: )!used by the unexpected xcsponse ,''1 :. '. REAL ESTATE:-This corporation will act u trustees for the purchase and sale .of or the renting ,_ : S AND REVIEWS;
...i : ":" \Ci.11I;" ,. I and management of estates and 1JAMKS : Solid Gold and Silver CrldchmS /
managed to on with his discourse, and "':':'. .. property generally. oa Jlfiide;theTh-ama,Painting & ,,..

.S : ?:t soon warming up to, his work,' again. .. ...; :: f .:: I H. PAINE.President. SAWL SPEARING Vice-Presldent.; > JONATHAN. C., GREEIJtY. Treasurer., fI Ware, etc. ., .: regularly given,Impartially by prioSdTHE !peas.

1' called out : I .' : !: : S EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT:

"Show mc a hypocrite I Show .., : I While distinctly/ recognizing the
mea poUtical 5
: and rendering an earnest and Ttht
consistent .
4 '
hypocrite CIOUS STONES SET IN support
Republican .will with
: .! ."S pan) competent<< a..sirs.n
; ; Judge W. again arose and reached 1. ESTATE : FINE GOLD. contributors, take the more general hue of joamfcdc ao.t
'p REAL ..
t. : duty that belongs to a complete
: forward across seat which intervened AGAIN TRIUMPHANT' I Address newspaper.
: I
I touched Deacon D. on the' -shoulder FOR SALE BY TUB ",iI"/ Letters THE REPUBLIC.
Monograms and S
L ; ; '. :4 with his cane and said ; MAJORITY. FLORIDA, SAVINGS BANK AND REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.The 1 .. Fancy Engraving atone 'in' ..: : 10.2' New York Cry.HTHE .

f 133.254 .
"Deacon D. why don't you respond .'- .. .1an- artistic manner.: ;' '

... sir ? Why'don't you respond? STATISTICS "Allen" property, one of the finest resideness In the State with *o acre of land on the shell road one !.: .I, HEAVENS. AND TiE EARTH
I did when they called on me." OF SWORN SALES FOR 1873': mile from the post-office. Beautiful river front boat-house large grape vineyard, 100 orange trees, handsome > .
t t S i barn. &:. House has 19 rooms finished. throughout in the best manner. Double piazzas. Will be sold at less Standard time
than one-half cost, close by Chronometer .
on easy terms to an estate.
e f\
.". : ," Companies. Sold in 1873. Companies. t .. Sold in 1873. A tract of$8 acres of land,one mile northeast of the city!near the Moncrief Spring shell road. Well* located ",
I Going a Fishing. THE SINGER...____._............ 232.444 "American, B. 11......._______ 14,183 for buildiag lots or market gardens. Price{17.50 per acre. S : rated by transit j I TRIBUNE EXTRA NO. 9,,

11': followin'is Whee'er & Wilson ...._"_....__......._ 19.180 n&: Howe.._....,.___...-?..__. iJ9 The" Riverside Howe/' Brooklyn, ten minutes walk from the center of the city. One acre of ground, observations. ; . I (Now Ready

j I' t i The ; an "order for sup- Domeslic...____......__...._......... 40.114 Remington Empire..._._...__.. ???_. 9,183 fronting on the river. House contain IS rooms. In fint-class order Price including. furniture $10,000. / : ; ,
I Several houses and lots well located in the .
; ,.; ..... filies", Boston Grover Ba"er..__.._._... city Jacksonville. 9-30-tf -... '.. .... : CON fAU.-S SIX '.
'j :. recently sent a grocer : ......._...... 86.179 Florence._-.____.?__...__ 8,963 --- . .. LRE ASTROXOM ,
.', Weed..... __,......_. ... .... .. Acm ; ay
.. by a fishing excursion party : ? ? 11,763 Davis Tlrr._-'.,:._?...____.t-- 8,861 FUR THB CBIEIKATEO BOR L A.D "'

t j t'; I Wilson.........?.... _....?......... ...__-.... 21,247 Victor .._.......>?.....?......?.....?._... 7,446 COURVOISIER WATCH. MR. RICHARD A. PROCTORI,

'1 DEAR SIR.-Myselfand a couple offriends I llowe....._......._...........-.. ........... ..... No returns niees......... -......__....__?..._.__.- 3,458: SAVE MONEY SA VE, TZMETAKE. COMFORT. .. S I.TUB SON.II. I

.; ': 4 's;;;\\I t leave tliis'morning on a fishing Gold Medd._.....-..-.......______ 16,431 Secor................._-_?..___?....? ...._ 3,430 .t: ":" ,10 r .. .. THB SuNs FAMILY op rUn

II j 't.. Z. ', excursion, and you will send us Wlcox &Gibbs.._................?.........._... SBSi tna.\ J. E, Bramesdorf ._...._......_ 3.081 BARNEY'S .- III. COt MmOKS.' .

*r: 1 :. 44 i iby the bearer the following articles, K : .IV.V. 'Ins MO.& OP'THC STAB DirTHV

i ;i. ; .tj' 1 .. which if you prefer it, lOU can charge{ OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE : PORT ROYAL R. :'R. : FLUID EXTRACT .. .VI. BIRTH A GBOWTH OF THB SOLAX STTTDC. .

I : .
,. i to either Jim Mafifit or W. Bartholo .. The Extra a Contains lectures delivered at the A,.
Embodies New and Essential P.lncipes-Sitplicity! Construction: Ta e of Ocx-ratiun: Uniformity of Precise, derson School 'eni"c Island,but never before. ..1
: 'c ilf'} I mew. Either is tlJ.t safest : Action at any Speed; Capacity I or Range! and Variety of Work, Fine or CoarseLAIG : ,__. '- l 1' '

.. t i '. '' Four f pounds of salt and a small ALL RIVALS BEhIND: IT. : I mlmnn; :. ....r--...-- --__-- .a .. '..... .' :B U C H U By, PROF., LOUIS AGASSIZ.. S

; cask of whisky. ,; I. Freer Lessons TO The
/ f i Auuw
.. -. : One pound of black pepper and a ANY OTHER. ; : NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. *. remedy III. THB EI TO STODT.

t: : demijohn whisky. 1 TERMS / IV. CUSIICATIOI!NATURAL HlSTOlT.

J- .. "' 1- 'Ten pounds of lard and a large jug EASY-PAYMENTS, LIGHT. .. BRIGHT'S DISEASE, VI.V. ftoTABtB GUCAL HIOY Woaus oit OP VAJOI ret Ca.TorIe

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1'I, I whisky. The. Kroctor-Agasstz Extra takes the
f f One canvassed ham m- and six Besides the" WORLD'S FAVORITE." we keep constantly on band large supply of And a positive remedy for place In THB Tal Extra Series of the number,.'Credit and
I' ;' quart : Passengers make Close Connection ., Mobiljer Extra: and win hereafter substituted
I', 0 "t..i bottles of whisky. CLARKS O. N. T. SPOOL COTTON, four spools for twentj-five cents.' ,! ; that la the"Ubn One Dl"b ule br

; ':, Three good, stout lishing lines and SINGERS STANDARD MACHINE TWIST from twenty-fire cents up- H sizes and colors, :' 11I'lA ; : '. GOUT GRAVEL STRICTURES States ordered. ,c u in omi lar
I ACME MACHINE TWIST THE ,>o cents; twenty address .
too yard spools for 25 cents; 50 yard spools 3 for 25 cents. .DIABETES. ie on f
three flasks ,, DYSPEPSIA S
5- pocket of whisky. SINGER'S LINEN AND; FLAX THREADS OILS, NEEDLES &C., &C. 7*The Seriet of 14 TKIBUWB Extras,now
:;', One paper of large Limerick hooks ., ." SAVANNAH. & CHARLESTON .. NERVOUS. DEBILITV ed Dollar., mail K>any address in the United States pbh

: ;' 1' .and a gallon of whisky in any'vessel it DROPSY, teas free.Circulars Address giving dtl o THB.TUMTKB Ex
Tlr& Nc.York
S ., you don't use about the store. ( ; The Singer Manufacturing Co. s;: AND : : ',= NON-RETENTION" OR 'tNCONTINE CF. OF 'Ay-Now is the time t subscribe for THB WaRty

t;<: Also !send one pound of whiteS t URINE. IRRITA1"IONJ.INFL.UIATION. T..I. Single year $a:Thirty Cop
OR to one address.$z each,and
ULCERAT10N extra to
.:.j:' ,iugar and a small jug of whisky. No. 172 I3UQUGIITOX ST., SAVANNAH'GA. ; : OF THE ,." of the, dub. .Specimen copies free.copy '
Tea TaiBtniB. New-York
Hurriedly yours, C.. VOSDURGIf
,; : n NAT ; KIDNEYS
J OXES. OR GE W. FRAZIER --- -- "- -- ,
I I .1';' Agent, Fur Augusta, Atlanta Chattanooga, ''Meruphis Nashville,..Louis he,,Cincin .. ,NEW YORK TRIBUNE.
q t P. S.-As we shall be gone several lo-tTtf JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ; i...'. i I. S : nati St. Louis and all North : .
Chicago points South and SPERMATORRHOEA
.. : .. ., ,East. .West.. HAVE WE TWO BRAINS
days and as snakes are bad at this - ---; -. -' -- -- '- -- '
'4 S : J ESTABLISHED IN 18C8. : : : .' Dr.C.E.
season physician has o' : I BroWtleq
-my just stepped S Lcuc bOa'or Whites, Diseases of the Prostrate' IS ALCOHOL
r : in and suggested that better take TRAIN LEAVES Gland.Stone to tha Bladder Colculus, POSONt
t I we DAILY; AT 9.30 A. M.., dust or Brick. .
Deposit and
; *. along a little whisky. Send it, and .0 A. K. PERCIVAL ... Mucus.or Milky.Discharges THE. .POET LONGfELLW.DWmAHam

enter it on your books with the other James T. Fields.
items above. : i SUCCESSOR: TO ''-/1.1 I :i ttA'ii: .' lj : ..KEARNEY'S- U. S.SUVEY OF THE WEST
.. .. 3I, : "
S EXCHANGED (thereby in Savannah AT \ -
t 4r; =' oi' -. avoidiug-delay. ) i ( Mp.) j Under Lt G.)1.Wheeler.

"Please Stop My.." "What ?" __ . ; ". ;f..H\\';.; ,. I 5 THE HORSE IN AMERICA.

ii .*.: .: BREN'S TICKET I'I'OFFICE I "t. EXTRACT I BUCHU-- (Illuslratddj) Discoveries by'Prof.O.C,Marsh
"Times ,
are is
money scarce, '" ld /' SAFETYAT
:J:1 ... : I SE
S business is dull, retrenchment isa duty. //p .0. Permanently cures all Diseases of the (Illustrated) Iron steamers that will sink.

? Please _" ; _,' rir 21 nULL, TREET. SAVANNAII: GA. .,. I'. These interesting Lectures and Letters,with D a care
: stop my "Whisky? Oh, 4 .'h!""" : I -
4 ;" .: r BLADDER KIDNEYS. AND DROPSI ul report of the important Pap read a the April
S .: no ; times are not hard enough for ,.. r.! ..'ij' .'. : CAL meeting of the National ofSen Washington
ItiI ;{ that But there -, ... SWELLINGS ,and at the May meeting Americ o
et. is else FURNISHED. S
IL.Jh ': INFORMATION ental Society at Boston, are published in full in .
;A.( that ''' '- ." .. Existing TRIBUNE EX'IRA No. Price in
; costs me a large amount of 4" "; ;" : men,women and tbildrea.MATTER 19. a form ascents
,...... : In for .
cents or
'I '. -- : pphle 3 Kea
/ .
*t jnoney which I wish .DAILYPAPERS .. .
S every year, tq t ,' : :. Crculu g.i f.1 details of the co.t" of a
) :fl save. "Please stop my_" "Tobac v....!, NO WHAT 'THE AGE!, ETRA.irb1m

: .. snuff From'the following cities on file everyday, FREE TO EVERYBODY: :Boston '
i : ( 0, cigars ? "No, no, DEALER IN THE WEEKLY_ TRIBUNE
.' New York, Philadelphia, Balti.nore. San Frnneisco,'Chicago ', (j' :' Prof. Steel says; "One bottle
; Keanuy's Fluid I '
these but 1
.n'ot .
must retrench Extract The farmer's Favorite -
s5f4} i ; : some- St. Louis, Cincinnati, :and many others .. : Bucbu" i:s worth more than all other, Euchus Paper,
6y .whe e. "PJease! stop my_" "Rib D.bined. until Ja, I. S73:for,.' .

.. .j t.j bons, jewels, ornaments, and trink- BOOTS, ,SHOES, LEATHER .Quick Time and Sure Connections 'l,'a"the, Port Royal Railroad: .; S Price One Dollar per Bottle,or Six Bottles 'for Five Address TEB.TkimxB New York.

.. .. .' Dollars., ,
J, y ttsl" "Net at all ; pride must be ,'t'' H __ 0 .
55 ,:,,( I .tos Ted, if times are ever so-,hard ; AND FINDINGS. ,*- DEPOT. zo. DUANE ST.. NEW- 'YORK. PROSPECTUS.

: f'tt i sbuf I believe Iafl see a way to effect 1' A. O. HUSSEY. JNO. W. HOWELL. .. THE

quite a in* another direction." .- S- "t' A Physician in attendance to answer correspondence NEW YORK, WEEKLY HERALD
saving 1 'WILL and give advice gratia. ..... .
S -
r r', "Please stop my-" "Tea coffee and \ 1 HUSSEY & HOWEIL" : ,
:.1 and unhealthy luxuries? A LARGE AND. WELL SELECTED STo.CK ,. ; ', ; ,RorRI5TQ*. ,
: .: f "No", no, not those, I'cannot think of ; .. > WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN '- .
't :' :. ::1 such a sacrifice I.. must think of.something ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO, CITY AND COUNTRY RETAIL .. 'T Ann Streets
H' 'I ? t :.4 else. Ahi 1 ah I have it now. '" TRADE, 0 .!' .. ". S BOOTS S HOi E.Sj :,. TO THE.' S .The, rldwa.HERALD"d-is published"every Sat-.

;. .. : My paper costs six cents a week, ; unlay.'at f..e cents. per copy. Annual subscnpiiaa
'.. 1; And by strict, attention. to business and the wants of the pubit! will !endeavor_ to merit a share of their pationage. .. ,. NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED price:-. .
twenty-five cents a month three dol. I i f" .
; / '- > : LEATHER ,& INiDI.NGS.Acomplete. On Copy .. fa
1- .
;'1 lars a year ; I must save that. Please Three Copies, .' .' .
S -:. ; Five Copies,. ,S.; a
btop my paper I That will carry me I : S -- Ten .
To all of the State. 15
r pans
: i through the panic easily. I believe: AT THEOLD assortment of ,New York and fine CHARGE FOR ADVICE. AND CONSUL-, Cop '
I STAND COR. B\V and. OCEAN STS.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA. 8-stf Philadelphia TATION. Postage five cents per copy for three months.

S : I I. "in retrenchment and economy especially Goods'always on hand. '. ADrl number,add to Barnes. o subscrib.

s. ,S..":,;' 4 ._in_t brain._:_ _"_ __ _ _ '_ _ ,J. H.NOR1'ON., Attorney al 1 Law and Notary.. Public S. H. KOOKER. J: Sole 'agents in Jacksonville for Samuel Dunbar. '&. _Co.'sllisses' College DR. J Philadelphia, B. DVOTT,author graduate of several of Jefferson valuable MedIca Twenty An c ec copies will to:be one sent ads to every, one club.year of.,-tea.|l5" ana

works, the
; COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AND IIORTICUL?j andChildren's Fine Shoes."h _". I" can be consulted? on all diseases of the Sexual ar Urin any I numb wilt le pc.o
: sent
'r t TURAL SOCIETIES. j : .". NORTON & KOOI<: ER. : i Goods mail to'all either a'T'1'1"In male(which he has mode an especial study) These rates make the WEBKLT HEBAL twenty.the cheap-
; sent by t female
: i or ,no matter from what .
express pafthe'Sfae.
.. ... cause or estpublication in the
S S, i. Nothing can be more effective, whe't properly managed I>RALII. : iginating or of how long A country.
practice of 'Terms cash in will be
S ,":Jo' 1 ; than these societies In embodying,concentmipg and ESTATE e* *a nnaKI Tli_. ..._-. ... ..
i properly% directing puUk sentiment for the accomplishment .! can- forward letter- --------'- "' 'A generous pio of the WBBKLT HE ALD will DS
practical : ... describing sj.mptoms and enclosing Flcrkultur;
: effects. We the 64- stamp to pay postage.:: appropriated. Aature.'Hoctre.

S. 'lowing short.and. simple 1 form of"Constitution! and Vy- O.F .ALLKINDS, '. IMPORTANT TO EVERYBODY.. p.ORST...AUGUSTINE., 'f'1. .. Particular attention& ,will paid also to.Report animals.of the
for the
) 1"S .Laws .. Guutt 1 llialtk.. Price : Markets ,
hivfe lor joe.B
,$ .many ears,has served the purposes .. ,
t : ala very Urge and successful: society abroad as amply! GENERAL., INSURANCE AGENTS : .. ( I I 'THE SCHOONERMagnolia The aim will be to make the WBBKLT HZUL su>
"SV I sufficient ; represeiilin-. following. ..companics If. you with. a genuine article 'in the'way' 1 CigarsMine J, DYOTT ,M. D. |o any other agricultural and fiimjy_
far all ordinary farmers'societies or dubs r : SJ. :;.,........ :. ,' j c ., :L po country. 5 pp
: coNSTtnmox.i "" *. Liquors,&c.; to ,Physician and Surgeon Eve number of the WBSKLT contain
1 ; I. FRANKUN, OF PHILADELPHIA. I With combined >oSCuofOYu' go 104 Duane St i N.'Y. a StT and the latest ud HaRl wi pews

r- .ricultural VbJsotpnracIoshaflbckown.sth-.Ag.and Horticultural Society.. S j CONTINENTAL OF NEW YORK I c 1 .. .. ,, '. I. J..' B..,TOGNI., '. ;J i J i ... 1 'i, > .. by telegraph from. all P t world Up to the hour
II. Its object shall be tht Improvement of lu members } t I.1/: "\ 'I" Will make regular trips Trunks and Bucky's. pubticauort.
MANItATTANPF.NEW\'ORpc., .. During the Congress the WBBKLT HMALD
\ :.L In the theory and practice Agriculture. 87,000,000 vi h" '" .__ '" between Jacksonville& session ,
: III. .... wi contain a summary of the proceedings and the bt>
ItstnembersiihalleonthiofluchptwMsshsfl Sc.
PENN. OF PHILADELPHIA., ::. .s.'V1 ; 'j S.- AII ae .
Nt : I.. receive of a twotblrdalute for admission an4 pay the you.wbh to take recreation la a good1gaaic; o \, Freights: at low ratrs. N/JORRIS A DZIALYNKI; l news; Fashionable,by telegraph Arastiev from WashingtonFoiitical.Rc.igious and. Sporting \
I am one dollar admission fee and dollar CONVEYANCING -s- t Ute
I { one annually LOANING MONEY ON REAL ESTATE AND 'For freight or .
S thereafter ,. A BriJiards.'go to J. TOGNI'S Saloon,'Bay street., passage .. Intelligence: Obituary 1\oc. ales Amusements
IV. Its officers ha1 4 ,.. WILLSON" Editorial Ankles on > day.a .
consist of a PresioVnt ViceiTekident SPECIALTY.We ,1.. 5. 1. apply to &; ot
of the Cattle and Dry Goods ) .
Secretary.Treasurer. and Librarian (who .Jacksonville: Fla.. AUCTIONEER. rc F11
; :. . Commercial and accounts
I s4ull constitute the Kx: tIVC Committee; and Chairs. give below a few of the many choice places for saldby-us : iteign, 1.
Or and week
pie*01$Handing" Commiuers. and tlull be elected to. JAMESCOSS,' AND portant interesting cet ,
4 niully.! . S V, its meeting* fhall be held monthly,and at such James Hotel, pleasantly! situated. In one of the best seven miles north of Mosquito Port Orange; MERCHANT be,a noon .
tiitt timts and places as the President nay deem neighborhood iq the diy: house is new,with six rooms, s.loo acres, I,'jo acre rich hammock, lying one mile TOGNI'S;at the Metropolitan Billiard Salpon. ,shirts,t a nice,at)Bucky s. COIISI9H ; ., lI. Any HEJULO person should pretending treated to an a agent I
lbeceiI.ary f*the Soci ty. plenty of closets andgwxl* servant's room; lot sah from river: 50 acres high shell Lwd. immediately on : WULY b a CmD
VI.: 1'his Constitution may be amended at any reiulor 105 recto good fence,' good sidewalk, and thc.strect the river bank having trout of about unc fourth mile, : .3' '3na. '; ._,-.? kinds of merchandise received.on consignment swindler.. It The is-safe club sytem abolished'- t agency
InwJ meeting uid mentSment: bat Ing been promoted at shelled: grapes{b bearing; a fine U.* of young orange with large; two-story, (rime )house, 18 rooms, needy -- ." : COLCORD : and sold at auction or private sale. system ceap.
the prcyiuot\ meeting: trees; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily; good finubod} house commands view of the river ana ocean H.F-: The of suploar.whenever practicable,
____ ST4.Aw well,with pump... back porch, which is covered with and is surrounded with large bearing,orange'trecI. COFFINS. AND :UNDERTAKERS. .. should pe Orders., It I Is.the
-- I. The flowering vines. Will be sold : in Every description of goods entrusted to me tat sale safest;mode of transmitting malL .
Prenldent shall cneap some 75 to too number: good well, and a cistern .' toHUe r .
preside all of Successor and Skill business
at meetings: the : of ; will
Society and hxccuuwe N. B. To "deairin thereIs that holds 1,_ gallons in yard thoroughly ditched .be disposed oft At small Post Offices in the country where Post 0
L Committee,and hare capitalists (a big thing ; .. ,
Call spccUl _mp. J>9WOI'if I a fine opening in Springfield: ; a few UtOUlaI dollars and. drained; canal from sugar-bouse running to the E'T A L 'LI .C ; S. : J.'H.. :CROWELL.- !' '' i in fice Orders tn be obtained.IDCJ may b"tt

II. 7b, Vwe-President shall have like power w0&! & will go a great way just now. For particulars enquire nver for transportation of crop; Immense quantities of M: :" JBURIAL CASEb' f .. BEST'FIGURE. i POSSIBLE. .. 'Advertisements Registered.Litters5 limited. number will Inserted
w. the President aud shall preside tluring his absence or c Nprton. : &; Kooker,corner Ocean and Hay streets. wild orange: met!on the pU.ce: the soil is slmilai to the Comer Bay and Ocean strects.S .' ito i In the WBBKLX 1 t a b

'fubiliiy.III\ 1 he -> No. 74. A HAKDSOMB RBMDEMCB FOB SALB.-Six best limestone sugar'Is lands abundant. ii Secretary shall record place really one of the
fhe Society and conduct iis, orrespondunce.the proceedings. l lS large rooms double and I IV. 11tc treasurer west,large parlors piaxza on fore the *'10'. WL&C. : kthci : the letters the NBV YOBK
shall ,
receive all moneys, and commanding one of the finest views in ackoivIIlewindows : 7i8swiyL : I Writl addessoa to .
pay ; ,
out the same on the written, >... IfPe= t .1'f 1 A a hand,:and give the name
order of the J :
.ulcnL ; I.L
V. Meetings ctaU be held.on the first filled with four lights 4o-loUi bung N. B. Do you want a snug winter home, with SALE A ) s-sj-sim, :.: ,: I I.Jacksonville., -Fla., each subscriber, of,,Post Office,County State$ 1 o
each Bxopth Saturday of with cards and weights on pulley and reaching to the orange trees aqd) flowers,in florid ? You can get a }VF.RY, D FEEJ ,STABLES, plainly that no la .aa liable
_ floor,with blinds: all casings are finished. with mould. a beautiful lot,, ?Ox'56'feet,m Springfield,'high and r occur. errors mailing papers. .b t
OKUIK tir MISINBS' 'ing and oiled and varnished, Dialing a beautiful finish; healthful and within ten minutes walkol the pest-office: 0E1OTLUMBER 'YARD.QNCTORAND 'i s

_ I. xsang1mmnutrioflatmedng., ,, ceilings high walls stairs, double on which to make It.fur t*},' For particulars enquire H :. FineJ dress Bucky'l.
coats and neck
fancy wear
- c t s.: Kepon of Special Cpmmluees.. .' glass,front doors, mortice lock; on every door In house; Norton &; Kooker. blac
_ _; j. Unfinikheil (iusioess. china closet,store-room,plenty clothes-presses,bath BUILDERS .
____ f 4 New Business j. Essay( W cnssk. >n: Report of room; hip r'odwIih cupola,from which a charming No. isg. A tract of 88 acres: 60acres cleared ham. *. .. TRIBUNE ''EXTRAS,
R uutiling( oounitiers. view Is to be had of the city the river'and surrounding II'OCktand; fine front on St.John's river; two miles west ;- ," .- -. :I. I? ., ., 3'NEW : '
A 1 country: ; three lots, making i$7100 feet: good well; of J Jacksonvi This' is one of the most desirable river OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES. WIU.., ...FIND_ .i: , .
in the '
young shade trees started,Wl a mile.from poatoIIice.roo" vicinity Jacksonville. Will be dI"'waale FUii' No. EQIott Loverinf,.
ASSORTMENT Whitney Hlgginson, ,
a bargain. .
Louis '
a :'r""' '
4 ; No 06. A large t..o.atory house with ten large No. 146. Six acres on Arlington river adjoining( the REQUIRED DR1SSEDAND UriDRESSED; LUMBER
From Park France,(l rdy Fnreman of the Staten rooms; thoroughly builtaad finished IB '-ratelt'lef Florida Home containing the old.J _)'&rd.: For sale ,ALSO,' 'MOULDINGS AND :SAWED .' No. XXII. Bayard Taylor. (Letters from'EgTP.'

t 4 n_: I&Lindydng establishment). with with fruit twelve trees feet and ceilings: flowers I one; pleasaiulylocated acre of Vei1edCOCJ;.within at a barga'n. MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED Th best and most stylish\ livery teams in the city f' 'PINE SIIINGLES.; and 1 Iceland...U sheet fona}.) ,. > ; '..

55 NEW DYEIKO' AND SOOURIXG KSTABLtSHWENT. five minutes walk(/the railroad: 4 PriccIIQOOO.:. 1. No. 147. MrmorouTAN IIOTIL.-Thll hotel is14.suo I SLATE *MANTELS.; : can be (found at the Staple of tha undersigned near.thi* ., ";'
S do.'n,balance on long time I desired. centrally located,built of the best Frttch brick and ,Isa .Florida. Home,corner of Cedar and Forsytn Streets! S H'F.AP'TbR' CASH AT 'No.XXIII. TyndaB,Huxley.Owe 1cJ
:. ""... .... ... f No. 99. 400 acres In Orange mile from first-class house 1 in every respect. For prices and : .SLATE HEARTHS, &a,' 'Horses. boarded and" well. cared lor. on. reasonable. '. -H. '#, : ., ; .S-S. ___, .S.; ... .5
i .
county one "' .
ladles'and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel Mcluavide.: Price: fjperacra. i ,'*.' 'T terms'apply/ to Norton & Kooker,.. \ MANUFACTURED" .TO: ;ORDER term ; >S. ( ; Pc' fcrm. 10 .c. .. .
11H PPT L1JMBER1A. bj'm f lh. .
_ ___ i Lace Curtains, "Strong ttams'for bwJPS\! purpose alvy on hand,,. 'p. ; ,
WO"r..4t'\ : ,.. ., h AND ., = .W.H".AVERY. t i "
1:1' .
S; l* fl .. Call oci or write to in.and slate wants ils ," .' ., Jacksonville,Fla.. May 117" -" "L'' tf ,'I delivered In all part of the city tad ticmitY1, )- '' ",: ,
jutd line xi
I uther fcbrics mo Cjuc'utly cleaned and<*yed.rXJKKYI your It 'Ir.# *..' + tr.J ttr-SM' >'-;1 r.<*: "h 1-'" .4.'Z t.,', ,CALVIN-OAK. I 30,. ,and ar all landings on die river, at low All TIFrEENP.XTRASFOR z.
_ 'H 1 KEtT: ; Utweta Newnaa and Mar. .. -S OFFICE' COR. OCEAN AND BAY ; **' 1*" '"'It 1 rates. or '
STS.JACKSONVILLE. FI4' ? ders ncuve iaonr t attention, 'F' T "I Street : : tot fuQ catalogue,
"I .M .. .. Forsyth ,between Latin and f
lc iucsa.nIe::-'(' .n. < '-5o&6-d' ; q\1aICun alwa't''W'ticoate.Latest Oil flfcl ; **-* ** \0 : Ilogans UARTERS for'FLORIDA I.. :

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