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 25, 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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11 THE NEW SOUTH. and'the future increased production p- .; ,
we Nay hot"sol I We will :Second. -
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of the is permanent, provided New York be S -
same, question may withdrawn .
may be turn our course to Fernandina eeD ons were selling for in STEAMERS. .-** -*
AND by the eonle'wilnustain'the1ine.I I only 10 cents :
I rtBUSHED rvvEpNESDAY SATL"RDA1'E \. raised, "Will,not the market be o/cr- of the inland' route..- Fromrecent, way Third.We'; claini we 'are it my duty to make the following Jacksonville. .

II MS OFISPIWNLI stocked 1" We answer, "Nay 1 J. not if surveyor this jjpnie.J>jr. .a. .competent. that'transportation wh'ich.will.creating'Increase .short The statement : Me- ,Fowler said .that a New York T>ROCK '& COXETTER'ST .-:,T' ,
we can have facilities ( Port Hoyal! .
or Warehousing Company merchant
suhscribm cheap transportation United States had told him .
n-.,*&" IIiI per annum engineer, and from a the commerce of : State.. that if the
X ..dand ** em The demand ; yout ; has no interest whatever
cor'JpD copyI will in
,*11I always"equal examination' the market, gradners of '
J ..m'every dull..f te*txcejved at on,time. recent of the same by a Fourth.; :That.ourobjectand aim isnotonlytogive Florida .would .
the running between New .
wall .ub cr.hen, fa 'p.t' *onuni; TtB supply. There.may be sea. large committee of citizens. of Jack.. : York. t throw their: produce into, that market -".
'' ,I", Jl P',yioek, Twenty eopi_ ft.fe Fifty copt :. sons and circumstances: when good sonville passing through*. safely .arid" quick : but you aid in : rates and .Port'Royal and<<, Fernandina' nor have .two weeks earlier than from Charleston CONSOLIDATED JUVER LINE., ,, '
.. ,developing
of the '
t I ," < pikes'may not be fully kept up'at easily upon the steamer SilverSpring, the' resourt'ts of the whole S.tate. steamercomposibg more*.money could-be''m dc in __- S "' I IFor
the line
APRTISIC RATES: home, but.taking the seasons through it is any'interest whatever '.in the !those two'weeks than ..
ii clearly dunng the'wh'ol. .
that ,
seer First
by moderate .
a,, !AH
: who
511112.WirL.'l eo per Inch or1cu. rIt li.ettIuitiierdot' the demand will were :present ,at port Royal Warehousing NEW '. .
alwaysequal the
Company: season Charleston. ARRNGEM
SO centi.'I sup. expense a favorable channel be
.bMqll may Jacksqnvillefwhen'! :.Mr. .,Gcpcke( the do S ,' d
ply if we nor: they ever intend have
indI cr JeMI.CwtlwertJoai eachmbcquent ship our productions abroad. secured to any Mr. Parkersaid-that .uribeT thi
...L,15 per to Fernandina. :Here 'in the : 'Mr. Gelpcke Va aosce titesacta .
our owner of line
was 1 1
at theagricultural interest o..
cents.Sftri We in said '
-"i.,15 must rememuer thit f'' the of corporazi n. would *Jal daily.9 L
ttive. population State is one the finest and safest and not charge freight -advance u 1
"'t1Iial.IOa-nIJipe1' of the meeting! was called That the line I i. -t
North and the present to Fernandina
Tutu: CASH IN\ ADVANCI.A4dr' great Westis harbors upon the Atlantic coast south upon to give a few: remarks; Teraem-. will be by his Jineand! ; would charge'only..forwhatreached ,
; ADAMS.CAR RUTH & CO annually increasing to a vast extent, ofl"Jortolk. Here-also, continued, as stated byin New YorkiH. I FORcE 'J" )' #
; we. have :anew l> his '
lacksonville Florida. they area fruit er promises Jn.regard: to rates, when 1,was in Jacksonville and that '- Shipyard Wharf_ ) '
eating people! L Hart s"
a majority line of ocean steamers. 'of larrd'i and those of the transportation was called noon io crive Tuesdays Wednesdays .'

-;:;.-- --' of whom are good livers.: Many capacity, with oo 'arrang / *""for of that will also committee depends: entirely upon the people of his; views,upon. the subject;----0'--, lie. said STARLIGHT rrJ" .
Palatka Convention on Transpor- rich remember -. Florida, if they wish have ,. 4v
The are and luxurious, andienjoy! the freight and to.and from.New to the communication that in the first place, we must :. ;
passage .that t growthe
tation. 'V he.gave e the rates.irom with New From Ra3ro; d Wharf oa -
choice fruits of the land without stint York, taking fr York, produce, then pack it in ., 10J .
our through to that Fernandina New York 'all I up, good pppp.dTa.nday't c(.
from'the FiaridaAhWdtUflStP ,
We give herewith, when obtainable, and, having had ; -- were .theirjpatronage. tojthe: 'present--line.: shape and IH A'i-FIE. ,\ '"
.a city safely and speedily the low late. surprised, and expressed themselves Yours transportation! would come. : J .
the official organ of the taste of our delicious oranges l far su- of respectfully He said the rates are now lower than
50 cents per barrel from! Fernan- as being favored with l Ibirer rates than : I TromSipyardWbaro.Satndaj* <' J

Palatka Fruit Growers'*Convention crior to those imported, they justly: dina. Moreover, the company. owning ever before.; Fourth. HERM ,GELPCKE. those that Gelpcke (J ers. He thought THROUGH BOATS, .:

the record of the presentation to thecoflvefltb0 appreciate their excellence and loudlycall said 'line promise to run another We consider r these rates as' low' Weclaimljy the advantageswe considerable time ,would be spent .in '
for as .are offering .to the, I For Enterprppw and Imtiintdlate*?*&* i
more-"More of tie szimesort" line of boats i inland we the discussion of this transportation
through'the canafl'rd
of the route ( to transport "
any thesearticles
important subject
I is the Let are 'attracting! and,encouraging the.development :STARLIGHT. horn Railroad wltarTea
cry. us respond to from Fernandina up the SLJohnsasfar and make anything but -. question and then we would end Thursday. Ko4 ,
: transportation, in the admirable that call and send forward ,amauthorizea of the State.and promisewe where S.
our best as Enterpri -and receive anddis f jwe began HATTTE from Satnrdays. ,
to say that if' lower, Crates will Sia whO -
of Messrs. Strong and Woodward fruit of every kind and we will continue if sustained, to fur- i Ia {
papers } soon charge freight at all our 'various landings than these are offered Jh:1Inn -, daily (Sundays iexcepted) (
sve pledge"
.. and the remarks of Mons.& Pa. learn that: our best efforts will be required adding only a1>out.20 per cent. to reduce our'presentTates.ourselves and : nish ample ,means to carry ''out the. RAILROADS.JAcKSONVILLE. a J .oa Mayiasdey" and Fry, / --lf|

pin. It is worthy of general attention : to keep up the supply. I well to the ocean freight.. In this effort, give you all and, even greater advantages !: purposes lished. In for which' this line was estab- : 'rr"r daily a their respective ',% '1 S
remember how doing this.we PENSACOLA J. BROCK.
it was in Western NewYork ji the earn AND > 0
company hope' for :the hearty co) than can be offered other AgeatHaztieaadHmcs.
: byany : the
I gratitude .1
about fruit in of the State for .
the to CO. ,
OS TRANSPORTATION.r. early part of operation of our citizens 'This we route to the North.. .years ',' ,' C.SLDAVIS4

and Gentlemen Before of this century. The old pioneers, pledge.. Second. As to tne ..ofthis' come.. The time, will' .. come- whenFlordawiII On and aia.SUNDAY.. MAY 17,'1874. train .li-U_, Agent.StarfijjBU' ,""
President : permanency will follow
have ran a*
a ;
grand commercial
on the L
entering wilderness with : ,.
axe All hail
Fernandina All honor line ,I
to the main question; attentionto :
your NEw.Y6RKAL
coming up and metropolis when all the
gun hand did not forget the and ; country PASSENGER TRAINS WEST (DAILY) FOR ,"
success to the.New rk:and Fer: letter ;
a whLh1haie .f
1 called to address received from ; SAVANNAUAND,
which m
tin Upon I various fruits and towns will grow into cities i 'when TALLAHASSEE.Leave t'

you, it may be well, first, to gl.1ucef were accustomed. seeds In later 19 which they. nandina l line of steamers; T! We"promise Mr. Gelpcke, owner of the steamers, turnpike roads'and solid bridges', ; and k JaclsooviUr 1I:40P M and 8:30 p m ,. ,;#\". It ,

the geographical 1 position of years, as them 'our patronage. I verily in answer. to an, inquiry in regard to :'.* tt M __-4:10 jjj 'FERN '" "
f briefly at the villages ..arose and the cities increased believe that it will: be new railroads facilitate and quicken .' Lake CIty 7:10 133 a m AN DIN A : .
its and advantages : a popular and bis'stc.amship service. The letter Is 'ArrieaLivcU.k- ': "
If! Florida, it capabilities : there communication with the remotest'. .8:50and ']:JG ;" \ ts"'S
came a for the ,
favorite Leave .
line with disoD' .
and at its productions. better qualities of choice fruit, which. and the Floridian people dated New York;, October 27, and, is corners of the State : when' the lands, '.... 110DbccUo.-'! ...n.j.T.. ...-,.....-: 6ioam 730 ;= s l LINE.FERNANDINA. S \ ,'J
broad base that the. large 'increase of as follows T.flah.'ec4 : ._ '
the .
Hiving its upon :, will .swell with i "T3 '.. ;
was wonderfully increased vegetables, defying _.. '. #
from ; Quincy ._ -
southern borders! of Georgia and Alabama yearto freight, in coming years, will make a NEW YOR&, Oct., vineclad slopes and hillside Arriireat tligt...l-." :-ti .. ... a;opn- *: ''
year, so that now, in order to pro daily Ine; 27 1874.W. orchards, -- joo : e < "A '
it stretches off, southwardly: necessary. Cheap transportation J. WOODWARD ESQ. Dear' Sir' as if to dd -.
duce an adequate supply, a very large will.stimulate and increase : : say "you. 'not rule the PASSENGER. TRAINS EAST (DAILY FROM r 1 ,

like a wedge, almost! to Cuba, having portion of those rich wheat fields have production. In oider for this You ask me in'your'favor of the 22d, world alone, for here we are the never- TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE.) FOk SAVANNAH .FLA.October t,1874.-' I',' .

asia-coast ol'more than 1,000 miles been converted into extensive we I to state to you 'my' views about the failing elements of wealth: and 'com "S .,,:t '
orchards mustJ>car: tn. mind.. thatho .navigable I4avechattnoocbee. _-.. ,:>>a JII '
in extent, and numerous lakes and and vineyards, yielding 'an immense waters must be made steamship service lJefweeFl-"' rida and fort, like you,developed and'aflyanced I ..-. Qujacy -____--. 8:10 MEDIATOR. h"- ,
available. The .
rivers in the interior, the noble St. New Y rk. by transportation.," 'i.fl.h&ee- __ lIop."' .
product fur the home demandand : U '
channels be the Moutkc11o.-------------] Cape MARTIN. f *;
Johns being the great artery, so that for export: to other countries at obstructions must deepened and a ,I can only tell you again as I told Peter Papin, representing "The .'.* MadUon__ __ --- -' .- 4 7:10=50 .'t.'
removed. This _____ :
Li ___ "
have a navigation vastly cannot the members of the Port eOak- tlOa a and gi4 > '
we greaterthan full prices. The demand, in the be Agricultural Society Royal Docks, Warehousing,' '* Lake Oty---5soa, :, m and V'ICKSBURG .
other :Stats; in the Union. I accomplished by private enterprise; .' ....... 11:15 p. '
any : meanwhile has been ahead of the : Jacksonville,:that I'am deter Transportation, and Banking Compa Baldwin 9:00*m and 2:401W ; ,
sup- the work.belongs to the General Gov- Arrive at JacksoaYillc'IOIS a ID and :. Cape RUDOLF.- .; .
These natural be improved minedasiarasl
advantages 4:15:
may addressed the -
ply. Thus, also has it been in New. am. concerned to', ny Convention in.a S

and extended, as they must be Jersey and adjoining States it ment. Let us then press our claims make theline a permanency, and that: few off-hand remarks. He said that TRAINS TO ST, MARKS. I* _, ; -,'> .- .

and will. be in few as regards upon Congress. Let this society makean : it These sail from New.York,Pier a.Ncrth ft, I
the s
a by connecting Port
with line
years entirely the Royal
the peach and other fruits. The people was started before! ((Tuesday*,Thursday*and!Saturday) -

the St. Johns with Indian river, yearly increasing supply is enormous urgent appeal. Let our citizens Florida if my determination iscar- the New York' 'and Fernandina ;line, Leave T.ILk..c. _-. ---.---_ IOIsalD'. River. "r and from Feraandiaa Railroad W.C J14 f. ;.

with the KiaE.mmee and Lake Okee- equally so is the demand. Thus also; liberal everywhere send up petitions fc'r a ried through.. If I'get the: support but i it does not fight that line. Jt has,, LcaYCSc.Arrive at St M-4"wu_,_, _- _' ujo : FRIDAY x.. : Ii '

chobctr. and other interior lakes, and will it be in Florida. I adequate appropriation, sufficient the line from them, they will have a however, the same aims ,, nd_ nhii.rt;;- Arrive Tallahafece ,_.- 12:55 2:20 P m ., ..'
m -
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\ .ith the Withlacoochee: and other. Another thought in this connectionis first to improve in the new inland route line. If they dp not- support, me, and intends to put on a river steamer j ROBERT. WALKER.Receiver freight or,passage.apply to > ",.Il"; -' .
view .
i streams emptying into the Gulf. keeping the greater workat then of course the line will between and GenT'SopC. ?
that no other State in the Unioncan the mouth of the St. Johns and stop, as i : Enterprise and Fernandina., }!. MAGEE,Ass't .5-3 ,HERM. GELPCKE. Agent.'';l P .
Streulimjj far south across six degrees cultivate the no one will-run'steamers for the pleasure He'thought we should favor the inland "

with "
orange other New Y '
of S
any importance for the
: of latitude, ue have a climate great degree of success. A few may coming Let demand from of running them. route'.to Fernandina. 'The drawbridge A "G..& W. I. T. CO.'S, RAILROAb..L Or W.J. WOODWARD.' V a'>'".''
exceedingly) delightful and healthy, years. What.I have seen of the business over the Amelia ,
be grown in our neighboring Gulf so river was ,an .* ."t
highly tavorabie for the successful I States and a portion of California but' our own Representatives: elected an far gives me the Tight to say ,that obstacle' ,to any immediate opening ofa 5."S.FROMFERNANDINA KepnscouogCHATER I KING.Agents. ; -' .
growth of Semi: tropical truit, and a Florida must supply all the other, earnest and persistent attention to this Florida can support a steamship line. line, as owing to an accident it could TO CEDAR KEYS. 1lswt .Fernandina,Florida. "*.' 'q1',

soil suitable thereto, as also for the matter so important to our welfare. Consequently remains He 3'. .
States less entirely with notbe.opened. hoped the Con- .
more or also Canada and l.

coltiftuiDti of cotton, sugar cine, and the Provinces to a ;considerable ex- Let the press also throughout the State them, as stated above. If,they give us vention would compel it to be opened. S i ... .., S. .';flItu5CV.rH.'LnrH.< GOIXG if KOKTB PJSV. pHARLESTON: ,AND }FLORIDA/ ,::it
echo the
other crops! adapted: to the climate.So ent. The maikets of the world will loudly rivers and appeal. When our their; : business ,w e will! give, them steam [Mr. Woodward stated that work. wis CalIahaa Tcniaan'i: _' ..5:33T3S; a.W r.DPIll STEAM PACKET CO. : ,
harbors and lines ::II
you see mat we have the capability yet be open to us. Fear not then to of communication ers.:: The running.of the line depends now progressing on. the drawbride, BaldwinT-.{ --- =
of farniihing productions I imrueusc are well improved ; when in a far ,measure and it ---9)1J1e .3:1ar. L4- J
plant additional with greater on them than was hoped to have it open by Starkr _, 5'
your an U:31' ':i8 ;
groves the
in extent when the peninsula' is well great: ship canal is completed from .onme. People,will always be' ready the first of January. Gainesvnir ,, -.' ,?, ':50 iio p' .'
amounting to "
a Anbcr CHANGE
certainty OF
settled and improved the theMississippi across our peninsula to to accommodate trade Mr ):10 pm 9:49 SHEDUL
by industry that during the next ten if the trade is Papin, continuing, .advocated IIrouoo :ss 9A4 am I .

and ixrseverance of good Northern] the moit gratifying results will years be the Atlantic which in a few years there ; bat If the trade is withdrawn.// producers, all employing., .. ain sjnl ac'nt Cedar r KCJS_ 6JO I 60 TJ c ..."U .
men whom we kindly invite must be opened.. and become the_ ('rat then the 0.- -0-- CONNECTIONS:: DICTATOR AND CITY '
amon? us. manifest.In n' 0.--- you, cannot expect me' or any vaniousports, as 'at Savannah, I POINT \ Ma

Some such, at first sight of Florida,. view of this and all that I have channel trade, then, having cheap one else steamers. New''York, &c., instead of -each producer Charleston Al FERNANDINA.and w ih Steamer Dry Point from Until further notice win salt as CJlovs: '.
transportation secured at 4 a.m.;steamer 'G
generally then
tastily: condemn oar light grey soil,' said in view of the ; Yours truly, consigning his produc.e'cto a Dictator from Charleston and Savannah,Thursdays at
and,decrying it with a will, rashly duction present large pro with a large increase of industrious, HERM. GELPCKE. different,agent. He illustrated the 4 a.m. With steamer' Lizzie Baker.from Savannah: THE,STEAMER .DICATR' > ..
what will Bnmswick and St. ,
in the Mary's Mondays at 6a.m for CATTAJH LEO SWa
exclaim, "Can appear peaceable citizens; then, with our resources .. ; YOE ,1
anything good come folly'oJ the latter by thoscpoi.Dts on Fridays at 8 a.mAt -
: course saying
future "what shall be Now it is
outof) Xaiareth?" Further examination in regard well developed ; ''then, those manifest,to maintain that from the first BALDWIN with J ,P &II R.R..from lack !.until further notice.leave CHARLESTONeve :1',.:
to transportation ?" "How shipment fine returns sooville at 4:07 p. m,; Jacksonville at ooa a' .
shall regular steamship intercourse with thegreat lit."t SAVANNAH .
we _
will behold Florida TEDAVCC.a every ,
living with WED
shows the .ll
their great mistake. I came, but, the second and thirdft:1I'off' GAINESVILLE: with uvweeUy stage tiDe lOr FERNANDINA.
It u true that send our crops Northern markets? Divine blessing, in the enjoyment of a metropolis! you have only to until Tampa; with stage line Cat NCWIIaDSY Ic. Tuesdays a.PALTKaJ. ; .4
our light sandy soil This is the finally there, was nothing and Fridays.
great question before give us' your produce. In this
is not as fertile as some of the rich: us- degree of unequalled prosperity and connection left This he asserted was true, At CEDAR KEYS with steamers to and from New RETURNING: .' .. .. .j. .
safe and
I i:
lands of Western cheap, speedy transportation success. may be allowed to .state, Orleans every Saturday. Win steamer from Key ,
Sew York, or of the -how as "he knew how it was himself." West and Tampa.Fridays from these Thurs Will '
shall it be secured ? Leaving that already, there: is a feeling of : places. leave PALATKA every FRIDAY ,
Gl'tatV e t, but odr Those of in advanced confidence He also days. With Steamer Cool.from Tampa.Sundays for 1.
acres of light soil ; the us age may urged the importance_of grading : *JACKSONVILLE every STURDY ,
question for a moment, let us in regard to the Tampa Mondays. With Steamer Wawenock,frou the ride. .
rtllgire: us more money value than j not live to see all the works above permanencyof oranges before .shipment. In Suwannee Fridays: forSnwannee'Tuesdays. cst CHARLESTON day.aY
the the line
glance at which
past. i iThe at first SAVANNA a CSUNJ
then sara mentioned ,,. was: not D. E..MAXWELL.I I .
of acres of fully completed, but conclusion he said that he would "
corn or rates of freight charged by the we apparent. ." lay .5-13 Superintendent. 5THE ".

fertilize wheat-tenfold more, if we should Savannah and New York and by the. rejoice in the prospect| that in. the Third. By our line we claim. we are his plan bra line of river,steamers ,, STEAMER CITY POINT, ...{'

as much and cultivate well next ten years vast advances and before a committee. CAn J.
as Charleston and New York 'lines of' great pursuing! .a,commercial policy the results GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS: W.TITZCEA.t: :
they do.'e: heartily: wish the improvements will be made: : in our : M. Bidwell called upon Mr. Adamsas Vna leave CHARLESTON every SAThRDA'ftveD-
ocean steamershavi of
been which will I
Great North! entirely too i produce.capitaland iog.SAVANNAHeYcTYSL'NDAYaStT.OOUSWFE&-";
and Great West abundant navigation, in our transportation a member of the'transportation CLARK NAND1NA, JACKSONVILLt PALAIKA .
high. They seem to forget Jhat a industry. By our liberality: a .
MCTCS, U1 their cereals and :in, our productions that comm iteeof the i Inffmflijafff "
other pro- reduction from so being claim ; Duval county ,society JOHN .
: iarge war"prices lias we are to give success to an interest '
Jucuoi* Let them I highly favoiedhy a beneficent Provi- to.state what had been done RETURNING "
"go on to
." per- been made in regard to commodities. which will result in certain and as FORWARDING : ., :, :
dence '
the whole 4
WcwjUirytodotheume. people of Flurida to a rever steamer.

jwt. uyi one, "what are some of our also of almost every kind. They ought will have occasion to say, "The lines increasing accumulations to the, merchant Mr. Adams said the importance 'ofthis'transportation AND1 Wi leave PALTI'C'TEDATJACJS morning. ,'. j
to reduce the and '
freight on the goodswe advantageous: the FERNANDINA
profitable! prove same day .
productions ? We' have fallen to us, in pleasant places : had been CO'LMI'SSIONMERCIIANT: 1 4
reply, receive and also ; trade and'C'cmmcrce i CHARLESTON SAVANNAH THUKS-
** upon our productions of the whole] ', .. : I C
aarc DAY.
adapted to our climate. J yea, we have a goodly heritage. the cause of the formation of the .
b.aveatready so that planters: !and ''vegetable State. We are.... not' -.. 'nmnntnt, nf. .thl".. DDW.IMl11. ., THROUGH 'TICKETS' AND BILLS OF ,
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The ,' /
naned cotton and speaker was followed by W. T. 0---- Duval County Agricultural and Horticultural -. LD
: sucar./ and fruit growers: ( be amnlv which in' circulation ING GIVEN TU NEW YOKK. .

nd'i".rc Jare1y produced inV rewarded. The two uay lines more of steam.ersatJuded Wood.,' rd, of Fernandiua, upon the many rcports in,regard to'oar are 1ine put, and ..thehardconteste4 ( l Society,,. The steamers had ROCERIEa.. PROVISIONS. GRAIN DELPHIA. BTWORE. &C, ',::

Middle .Ftonda, and also in East seemed same subject, who read,: : been in the habit of taking freight .or HAY.,' SEGARS ---I. &C. These 'SC connect with Florida Railroad a J. ." .
and South to to coalese as to battles:we have to fightto Fcr.Ae.ac5a.nvifle.Pemaeola : -
Florida, but in less extent price of freight New York Gentlemen the 'the not as. they choseand 'would, raise 5oleAg.ntsfovF1ovidaiiw' "* RaOroad Mo I,,.. ,".
than! in these to and as of .Froi'-Growers'ConVefLtion gain ,trade. We are associatedby ..' a Ja.SL.u'at Palatka a i
sections. The ttlelDetlts their rates arbitrarily all to the loss 5WIICflcaV1IIC. -
are kv S there was no competition they had : I appear before ;you at some with other companies, who ir.Cr h and" Et and the,ppcr S John's aad witk I nt
and small I and of the ,
which in anoyance producer. He river.
years to COIDe wilt furntsh their own way, .to which We:. were obliged your bidding, not, as I understand, are trying a high-handed game to..defeat instanced 'of .5 White's Patent l0 -__ __ .ic-ox_I- ,
their a case where Dw
Qhe above quota to submit, paying' ; them $1.50 to address you on the all important and ); our purposes ; and just here it hardship 'Agenzcr ;' **
as well all the Savannah ,had OKAHUMKEE _
as other kinds barrel required: advance FOR
OfPrdctitns per on oranges from Palatka to absorbing theme !of transportationalone will-be well for me to read certain extracts 'STL&IIZ* UZ2IE BAKER.VOLUSIA.. HARRIS.EUSTIS AND GRIFFIN.'"' '

his ID the required in market. New York, which they can well afford but to represent the interestsof froth l letters received .from Mr. paymentori a shipment mel- ,. t ,. -

andSowh Jo'tonda line: of fruit that East to take for 75 cents-even less.- the New :York! and Fem ndin Gelpcke, which I trust irill be'suP; ons; a large quantity were spoiled, ", .. SILVER' SPRING "..!.'.]l"-.;*

lQ this, the will mainly operate. Their.charges on vegetables are aboutas Steamship Line ; ;but I fear, (rem the ficicnt to c mince.aUof: the falsity of owing to the delayin; forwarding, bat ,LaD ", i' I \ '

to ,aU others orange IS king superior high, and frequent' loss incurred pressure of important duties whichI these reports r the company refused the, advanced. Van.Brunt& ,' .,Line Sailing Packets..FROM : And.other Landings 0 the Ocklawaha River: i '>;z*4* .

the most hardyV theo freight onisuchm lon! .' ?8 .,.1'. ,
from !
lack of close could f
tasieu connection at not neglect or delay that I YORK'
& cultivate NEW YORK NEW, -ESS*; .
,Oct. In the .,.
and .
the .
30'(1874- course'of'negotiatioOs ,
PfofiuLle in most Charleston, so that many have abandoned shall hot succeed in giving-you as"full ;;respecting -:; ." 4 _
its cash fetums. This is the further' and Editor Florida Agriculturist, Jacksonville transportrtibn, he had, heard ,twj6-ig Bay S .JactaoirviT! production of complete a \ \
dllInder5to0d Ly those who ;have early paper on transporta. Fla.-Dull SIR: In one of of Mr. Gelpcke, who visited Jacksonville -- ,. j',... .
estIblbhed vegetables for the Northern cities until tion as so interesting and attractive & 'A.LRXZ,Mait .I "i' 0

the same tiQ1e roves, who have also at a speedwand cheap transportation. audience demands; however, .1 can your Issues in September,'appeared" a and, i neon versa tion' with the F AIU-S' : : ..'

ctf.uit cultivated other kinds obtained. I give you ,the views of the ,line I communication signed "Planter, in Transportation Committeeadvanced leave' Jacksonville. .. ,every?H1 DAY T mormuig
aU valuable. represent whkh it was stated that the Port almost identically'' the DL b. : k > ,I
.I.. : Six when I first and as CEO.:FOSTER: ,Agent. I
years ago, came to rely on kindness int
est ta1tn u: curious to see the great inter- Florida, much was said about a throughline and trust you will.excuse your the unsatis., Boyal 1 Warehousing Company, with a Mr. Papin !has. He (Mr. '..Celpcke) GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS; '.Jaw"I.JIs1Sn7t.* -- ,,>.:- .'

by the .in capital of 'had started had said that the > r*. i
people this cxcel- .1300,000 a producers must have .
fruit, and of steamees to tun from Jackson. factory manner with, ,which such an : BAY.STREET; JACKSONVILLE;FLA. '.,'
Grange the great addition of ville direct to New York. High interesting and instructive Steamship line Between New York their ownagents" ; and they must have ,- SAMUEL B HUBBARD, '' I
hopes 'subject as '
i Jrs, groves during the J last fivc were entertained that the citizens of transportation be treated. This and Port Royal Fernandina, and guarantees of low rates of freight. Always keep*on hand -i o 1
SOIne may '
t:ng to bear of which are just began. Jacksonville and others would 'move subject is full of interest and worthy that their steamers Vic sburg and These rates, said the speaker Mr. HAY, CR. OATS BRAN, GROUI fackjonvillf, F.of I:

giving evidence Weybosset formed ;the pioneer docs i .
and ships Gelpcke guarantee.Mr. CHICKEN
COcragtmcnt CD- successfully in the matter, and in deep. the attention and study of ,allnotthe FE.PE. FEE. S \.1 '1 .
of ofthe, line. I and Dealer
complete Adams then spoke of that ;; >
The success. the channel merchant lRK. LRD. pre i. T.
ening the butthe
old at mouth ot the farmer as well, '
settlers I did think it .
look with not worth while to growing importance of this SHOULDER '
: amne- transportation -
IIent river. .
But of who within
at the aftcr''years dredgingand up to the last few

IJd: D "to CXaPIesct before them several thousands of dollars expended has' venliule, or no attention to years it, contradict this statement,' thinking question. Lake ,Harris alone, FSH.IAMS. UIRD\ARE,IRON. AD"S
fall that it
COIIYtuctd that iuto line," being as .' much talk, the'bar: when :in fact,he is' most deeply con was very-little interest to you will soon require a daily; steamer to HOUNY.lEL RIC EETOL.TALu P. '"b{

ill OQtltes there is more money of the St. Johus remains about the'cerned. But "figuring the nature of who had started the steamship line or carry! away: its .produce. So will Orange -I FUR. CUTLERY,. ," -) .
in cotton. whowerethe. ;; ownerspf thesteamers In fact in two BUTTER.. ,'ONIONS .
? Every times df'l'eascd' county. years
lea the same and that line of the which jails ,
new steamers observed Ptttiy '
number G ; ,
of GJOl
new as long as they were running and fifty millions of oranges'will be seeking PATOE.SUGAR.SYRUP "
1o of for your -
100 to Droves are not yet afloat. Recent'reports wei! may j rophesy, that under different ,
) 500 people had a direct communication i transportation. MOLE. CFFES LEATUERBELIING.. RUBBER PAcXIVG41 :
-cly increased trees, is I from General'! Gilmore, chief uf ,engineers influences, and surrounded by ;
fast many of them of I withNewYork. M i. Codrington urged ,the importance T. COA. '
tttellt, : and from other reliable parties other circumstances, ihe farmer will I St-FF. sTovu.TINWARE.cRocxxRY. vis-;:,; '
tithe not only uvon) the borders But now again. the statement 'is Florida. shipping her produce '
Sf. Johns; express grave doubts as, to the a different manner: in the fu OIL. LeadamidImnFe, 'J
'Wet but also upon the of tore. This is made that the steamers composing the from a home port If our produce is "ARO. TOBACCO. ,
4lcS practicability opening a manifest
and permanent already, for Port BUCKETS. SASH.BLINDS.MOULDINCS.SUGAR
in various Royal and Fernandina line Savannah Charleston DOORS.
other were shipped through or WODE'-WAR
LCeL As channel through the St. Johns bar of to-day'ou, the fruit-growers and .
coat! look at a. ump1e of what is being sufficient depth and width to,admit of ducers of Florida, are assembled to stop atPort Royal, and a steamer when it New York the SONGE.T' Mills,Evaporators. &C .: 1'

11 the immeose Dew was to be put on by the. Port Royal: s shipment credited to those places ZVKRY
n the groves the take COOD XLVl.
south safe passage of .first-class ocean up the question of transportation 7o aul Tfm ''
of Orange 1kC.aI Warehousing Company between"Port and so published and Florida is not (FI RHf-r
: PUt, there bas steamers, except at a vast.expense i. in all its bearings, and with your"per- EVERYTHING : diy l '

"u.i oruge eighty ,acres of a I far greater than Congress will allow. mission and kind indulgence I Royal, Fernandina and Ja bonYilL:. known as.shipping anything at alL .'
: '
heet grove budded with come to conjunction with their New We must'make: a name- for Florida T ,
the ..
We aLie.
dunng the last earnestly wish that it may be.accomplished among you to briefly lay bef re'"roo York FORAGE.GROCERY AND PROVISION e .11 a a B'
three steamers. It is stated that market
: u
'?ther )'cars. productions. ,
and I firmly believe that the'advantagesoffered in S

tZIi1ar. which party will has sixt.6ve' acres, in the course of a few years the. wants tionj: ia New York: and .Fernandina transporta- As I had given.the: assurance i in' ,a gardenrs //I ound'Charl ton ate; making I SELL. FOR riARRlAGE SHOP. '. : ,;, '

JA one begin to bear fruit of Line meeting I had with, :the Agricultural i fortunes. :This:would profitable? CSi .
or two commerce and the increase of the SteahShip! which I have'no'doqbt GEORGE I. '
LEA. '
lAd J'e3rs. At Society.when I In Jacksonville here .would in the -S "
Melon\'iJlc will be was and/many/ engage
Sanford. productions of East and South Florida fully appreciated ,
and j by each and : LOWEST ; '
MI ; 4J.rge in various other will become 'so great that this important every one r that if the line was supported by the business Jf they coald havereliabletransportation. rlE IIBL.FIGURES* .' ". CARRIAGEMAKER, ? :
-.JlIg agOVCSarcbcing planted. people of Florida It would be a. ,permanency Even .at' the high Merchant Hoteb,Boartfiiitf ASHWrGTOJrAND ADAMS STREETS/
'tlto work will be forced thrOUgh. First. Our line Lc. 'Ho.
''flted account the new groves But, in the meanwhile *that we are : such reports ;as the freight,of 20 cents apiece on melons! .a M ua goods a pM u f 1..- I ;JA$5'E'1fRTh ... .
during the last,five shall we remain 'giving, and are'willing continue to last one referred be Mr. Bidwell 'had made THE; .
r' old years and to may injuriousto ;ka shipment, HIGHE CSH Wi3'boOdiui cntrit.uks'an4
iro'tf inactive.and submit quietly to '' < ;
no. :, give, cheaper transportation -than "' : 5. .. jRIC 6 '
laTgelbearinrt i byjujjrplber our interest, and create the impression .selling for167¢sapiece'/netting: LW. _v ,_>
,; existing disadvantages under which : Jfor. 'cf AiD'foa coinmtY -
York. .
Hits* a ,. -- -- -* that the Fernandina line''to 40 cents apkce-ind"thW'whe, mel .n.o'. .uIEiij'S 8 done. Ca '' MI.:

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iM; '',THE NEW -- !' \,, :.---- The. after tboj4th rt of MfrchlrD-1 15- ,- two, or sometime; threes, f at each precinct &$H 'A v-L TfHiAcKsONVILLA-. ;- JPUJtN-'TUR&- -

II_ LI, S *J>AM. SOU'HJlj' t..Tbe best- o will beatrifle"more manageable on the day ofelectidn, and judging f
V IIO .*.CAttKtmf 1 "ho used to was." and that the by those we saw then and since, they NEW AND FASHIONABLE GOD -
..'GIIq!IIVII" '. }}I ADAMS CARRUTH & co. I children is a South-land will shake his were .selected] from the sober, upright n* SALE AND. UVERY (
.' .. .: Kctuxw.: universal FALL AND WEAR, FURN WAREROOMSfI :
I car off its back in way.tbat and ,most. intelligent .class l otlworkjpgrmen CEDS' -I WINE, H .
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J. S ADAMS. EDITOR. means 1115 hii.dilui1! in :rthe-county;'and well known in \ IatAe1,13' I _'

1 :'-:=__" _. ratus, modest courtesy exhibited tow- the community in which they acted. Of FRENCH. ENGLISH. GERMAN ITALIAN STAB'LESp' I < .. .

: "' ?CORRESPONDENTS OTHERS. cfficienev of I his cotemporaries es will work a cor- their intelligence, their oaths on file in AND AMERICA FABRIcS .i<,- 'DAVIS &

I! p1 .' the J State..of Local Also,interest communications are tclidted on from subjects all parts general of the and mothers dingl esteem ''%:E wish e vpry proof the marshal's.'at ]'&t', office will! catch give precinct, ampla t' FINK- BROADCLOTHS i i ; i ICA':* CASSIMERfS Ii': ,i VEST./ l\r.- .. ."/C.'B. f> IcNN;. hofL ----\J,* PRE\V.i

M ; interest,especially educational coda!and'.nJustnal Hall as never ess0 ftie 'Advertiser and will)) pub- could read and write, and were supplied INGS AND CENKRAL FURNISHING -

u toriet_a.* the Correspondents ben and circumstances should make will their permit.letters u lug, to .snbscriptionjist! on,very reason-, withja opy"of vthe! Jaw. : goycrniugdiielrduties. ..t store- -of' ,GOOD ." .p. "No I given t the pY'Ctf' have rarcnasec1 PARLOR.. ,4'' ,:.._,,., ."-. ,
p. SUITS. '
We *re*ot responsible for ,l' wel-lt on>oste! CHAMBER
,- opinions expresned by our sympathy, to terms. ]. BARATIER, the SUITS,.
HOTEL and .
r Rejected manuscripts can neither So far as the attacks on Mr. Walls I -' : .o I J It Jv -. .
returned nor prevented. Anonymous contributions by our i ; .
1. ill oat be noticed. and Colonel Saunders are. concerned,I i; ', j 'J jMerch'ant TaJlof/ A VERY LARGE STOCK OF AND. -
good schools Hon. William Gaston.* we believe, them both ablq toyep1y foc i 4 Larurablrert: ,>ut above Bay Seed MULES;FOR SAL.HORSE .

The Sentinel mendation. election! of a Democratic Gov. themselves;,. but .wO will say..thl that! i'JACKSOKVILLEFLA.. : '. J MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTURES
on the New Those
South. desiring to nd it to their ad
dollar ex1>" in Massachusetts has aroused a iui. ii ana has dime 'more IAS n-cp" down f .' '.' ; Jur'w/ attractive
devoted' Christian entirely l unaccustomed : ries, with the curiosity in 'regard f to the' map strife and bitterness) hetwe'the''tw'o HOTELS,, AND ,BOARDINQHOUSEslPRIVATE'BOARD.'. lt.fatc U.11 e t al uses. I am also receiving a toT -
to classes of than any bther'/orie "
public people /
I : r-per8U.ided lo ppeaklng'exhort,'the, being brethren once to pour life i personal')popularity\ with the.aid man in the. county/even .at the risk of .' ,I. A COMPLETE OUTFIT; OF. DAVIS"& 'DRESVcb.

that &staJ1ce bus effected his life. .; .\ ; I .
are..,to so, startling own < Parlor "
r in a religious meeanjr, responded as follow hope, better m We take, therefore, from Upon the whole, I am compelled to : .' 'THE STICKNEY' HOUSE. -. : BUGGIES, PHAETONS, ,AND, .Suit,. cor.. f. II"Saill.
*: .Brethren and si pronounce the entire Union'. OTHER CARRIAGES Parlor ,
!trr article
all a '
:: 'i know. ,.and I know, that: lore you the In our : Gaston* Weekly. the following- sketch. miserable, slanderous! fabrication of the ci. ')tRSs.I ; 'A ''DAY.:. .;< Parlor'Suhs. BAY AND LAURA STREETS. Cbaeb

# c -i., ini, nut i- rant argue. So the Semi : tluJlernnnuated.'dri'elIDg diot who thinks Uood b \reasonable rt, ,J. ;, ', dtbelat.stitylcs. Suit., ].cKSOllY1Ua. Ft*. Se.1I
:;*$ Good, Hon. William Gaston,of of Cos- he is an'editor: PIILOY tes'made for tol to a per'maaentsuy. ;

ncl and certain other journals, when V/e ; t'1c?.has just .been elected Governor Mil: nopy,- Nov. 19tb"; 1874. : ; .-: di i me.U.I" TfJR. LIVERY SERVICE., ;
; pressed in argument, manifest their are glad : acbuseUjl. was born at Killingly, Gainetvillc le New Era. '" l : J.' "- ;, whirtrwfflberiinushed H' '. .

: ;: j affection.Tor. His Acridener of Alicoafukee of the Union g cticut, October 3.: 1820. His pa -. i RIDDELLHOUSE, EXAMINE; OUR ,
notoriety, but as they "can't for a generous were sturdy., wellto-do Jfew.: Eng 'Stale I : |.. ..... .'. .' RTET.NOTICE
;1 '* : argue and desire ''to people and young Gaston enj'iyed! News.t l"EI NANUNA. FL.. .. and --". -'-, '-' '. ,
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incontinently betake
'advantage of early! education af .
1 toel",'" to personal( abuse of any who tion of .the rojJ J in The neighborhood of his (own CITIL AI'POBniENTs.-Tbd; following '' :'SAMUEL..T. i i'iio,11ro.. MOST REASONABLE'' TERMS. 1 .-. r.iJ.:."n '

diffi-r from them. Tim last aS'cn1jncjat.i its last issue: ,He:,entered Brown University civil appointments have been' .made : 'bDEL; .'10) ..* ...,. 101"

: tributes the criticisms of the Henceforth about eighteen years of age and during the past weck.ConrnissionerpfDeedsEdward:, ) *)1agr.tficcvedrtv! o eighteen mile*V die Kae&lAlhunic Mr: d. Ito BRITTAIN b aathorficd 101 .. 101 '
: ): to the NEW SOUTH caring for our' I through the four. years' course. Chat- teach.. ..breezes. .. and Mag.and will always be my found at the Stables' ,.tuI IOI . '',.. .--.IOI. :., -
r ::1 personal animosity of Its editor to to hands that $ credit displaying fidelityand ,In. tin, of San Francisco to be commissioner I' sea : t ala. a bi appertaining to the 10', BaSL. .101.Inl. ,. .

; : the hero of Miccasukee, nnd thinks a l lation, urn! to rather than brilliancy of (deed ror'the State .of.Florida. in OPEN 'SUMMEIt N WINTER. 16. Z472. C Me' LEMNY.' 101 f]hCE5.WlTL1.r. : lul .
or-cxcepr 'r
f : :. : :"; Bh H; : S: 14.t I, I'" 101 ,
inctuniorphojis! of the editor into a mosquito to ;hot only ability. While be was the State'of California. K. 101' <. 10)

: I for the scholars and ntS moved to Roxbnry, Massa Baker: county'-Stephen Roberts, to'bc 'er _:- ____.; hl w.Cou>SKr hq $.A.1 l.l ... .. .. 'lu). ;
more conven'cnt perfora- Per week..,..,..,. .. _.from .. '
the j vice Samuel N. % f 15.I. 10j
great now known the' county judge, Williams 131 .
as Highlands .
I t! k ,/:1: : tl-n of Ills Accidcncy'd cuticle, would inspire the ''l\Tid after having graduated Sr., terra expired. .' Satisfactory Fine livery arrangements made. wit families. '__ GOLDEN & ADAMS. 101 lot ...- 101 lot ,.

;. "; l,>e a, luxury :o us. lie mistaken ; no commendable his home with them, and studied Oadsden-William Monroe 'to.'be' IOto" .J'4t.L 101. 10)
T. .,, 4 ruvii- schools. the office of tho late county commissioner" vice Allan Jones JLRS J .' ; OIOTOIOIOD&DOIOIOIOIOIlOfeoeooooomooaoooooocolOf
juiuimorpaosis is necessary: fur the Judge B. R. ) ; Suits at BUCK VS.RIVERSIDE ,
I" j .:4: ..trt'ctuIIl perforation i>( the Senatorial Let there be of Boston. On completing his term'exph'ed. FnBlln! FINE GROCERIES, lOloo Davis ft Duw, oolOf

f.. ': y:,\, poll, and if such tics and the $' and gaining admission to the Leon-George, Lewis' to "bo, notary HOUSE,.: I IForely .. ,l IV.!IOlwo ISloooo oooooeoc>'v..tmm ooooGuooOr oooolOI
.: nny change should occur : to set a opened office in and public reappomted. : FRENCH' CONFECTIONER ,
: :4y4; an Roxbury, I ; 1"1 19kw'OOOOOOOOOOODOO< .lOI
\ \ Miccasukee is the l last puljctt that of the schools himself to his ))rOftSbifl' with Liberty-Seaborn Larkin, to be justice. ( Rochester- House,)" 101 10l_ WAitMona. oeelOf
t' .' jf we should be warding the 1 >ristic and of the )111 lOloocoononoot oooaooeaor 10 f
tempted to feed energy ndustrywin- peace. '
: There one, nor tho enviable ,lIe Marion-E. J. Harris to be 101
arc certain objections! to t success. remained county .WINE. LIQUOR. CIGARS. 101 lOt 1ft
: ..\- some of the reboots! i commissionf vice. Louis McGee 49-ora-M, rjioM. ,1VIMh.T MAT 101 I't 101 10:
J j' the oGiml acts fl ; until,H8G7, and had at that reifloVeti. \ TOBACO, ETC, 101'' ,
: 0 Acting Governor 5 .. becomo the recognized leader of ,iThe under ; 'I"j1 101 101
; : J and certain reasons why lie' -should no To this, in a of Norfolk County., lie was : Orange"W. R. Speir. to be inspector' of the W.Kranklln Io.,!fbryears a.HIghgnte therewith Springs connected Vermont.and Have I store. and to.arriveFIRSTCLASS .. .'- J. lot Jill lOt lot let

: .'tr l lie selected as the Republican U. S. of'Roxbury in 18C1 and 18C2, &(., timber and. 'lumber; W,..H..Ho+) clerk, &,1.., beg leavj to announce t their friends and GOODS" -._101 ,101 lot ._JOI. 101

i- 'I.. '. ...t",, Senator of Florida, and as the organ should harmoniously be \ : always held in the, highest es den, to .be county commissioner, .reap-' above those abu Hoo to and vi-it shall for Jhel that bn they to make have it taken a hometo the .,,'; I tL, .101". lot lot

,j, invites : by the citizens of that :J tace. On pointed those boarding with : .' .,101 101
us to mention them, we hare not : The house hv sLuated ihj banks of the Which, making TERMS CASH they offer at the > 101 10f
i wish that, to Boston in 18G7 he formed St.Johns-J. D. Stanberr- tube clerkof on b .
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the least tject! ion. St. John river, only five'minutes walk west from the LOWEST PRICES..!, 1 101.101
.,to i ious feeling : hip.with lion. Harvey Jewell the circuit, court, B. F .Oliveros; declined. Railroad Drpor, arid commanding a fine view up and :.
First, the Republican! party: has bet n should} be Ir. \V.. A. Field, a connection dow river and of the surrounding country.. -, .
as Your U solic'ted. Addrrss Sftcuil of the Ladies called to'our. .J ;' -
: -l1 prevented \ still He Suuannee-Georg R. Thralls be .patronage AI"ti ;: "
from continues.
giving all its energies sectarian bias was n mem to .' SCOTT&' to the best possible : the State Senate 18G3. and has superintendent ot common pchools, vice JacknwUe. Florida., MAILLAKITS SUPERIOR CANDY THE FINEs'r AND BEST SELfCT-
government of the From all } times an unsuccessful can- Adam Young, esigned. Or i..S,Scott, Highgate Spr.p\s ii-iS .
and SOUTH.Parlor .
most <;f iti real strength has all the for In Walton-James It. Rice to be And t our assortment
schools! Congress. 1871 lie was : justice -- ---------- ." ;: o
I. been tHucr&ct away by fractious anti' be so conducted Ma)or ot Boston on a "citizens' of the peace. tx TIL'LSoN' & WHULbCK. PRESERVES. ; JELLIS. .ETC. ,
pii factional con diets within its own ranks I and in 1872 was re-elected with LEOIfCODSTY ,,v Successors foThos. A.>VillsonVEALCHS :
or .
: ; created and fomented by a faction or any opposition from any quarter. SEVEN PER CENT; ONDS.-O\ving' to I' IN PIC-NIC PARTIES find it advantageous to p '. RICH. PLAIN. O amber

r. ; clique, ot \vhich His'Aecidenoy has always or prejudices,t \d himself efficient executive the tenacity with which these bonds are FLOUR"AND callas we shall make'the'replenishing of LUNCH EON Parlor Suitr. .. and Chamber Suits.

I 4 been of any citizen.Public and gave very general satisfac held, the State Treasurer finds himself 'GRAIN... FEED, BASKET specialty.SiPurchases Suits. Suits.
the ostensible head and Iii 1873 he the Demo- Parlor '
a was run by delivered SUBSTANTIALFURNITURE. Chrinbet
compelled advertise 'Manufacturers of
to for tenders in gti.
: most active mcinlxr and the State for the nice of C Suits. : Slins
to which he is o\- '
order that he invest 'GOLDEN &ADAMS. Parlor
by an impartial may a portion ot the Chamber
c. now most l arid wus defeated Ly Mr.: Wash- cORN MEAL, HOMINY; CRACKED Suits. '
closely attached. Having district o every man in sinking fund. We heard, 70 cents refused Ross Marble Front Building near Grand Na; Suits

.' d the party during the first lour they furnish the i majority.Republican Tbis'3enr nominee i by he about was for them a day. or two,IIgl .-Sen ., .CORN; RVET MEAL' GRAHAM. 11-14: tf .tional Hotel t. Jacksonville, Fl .
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years of its existence by three efforts at fectual again unanimously and by ':'FLOuR'CRACKED' T&c. SAtE OR LEASE. '
We take from the Sentinel the WIEA FOR .
impeachment, in each of which was i intelligence Mr., Gaston is. a Demo : We are prepared to offer our stock at

; an active leader, promising after each moderate and liberal views, and the,Leon county canvass, .SCROLLSAWING" &.WOOD TURNING. VALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY I. rjqurkably low prices.
? suffrage cau \ r permitted politics to interfere which, with the '
defeat accompanying remarksupon .
tint it bhould TO ORDE '
bo the IN
msl THE SOUTH. .- .
attempt, for its 'I *
with the
Ii i bis safety, practice of his pro what'I is sometimes '" '
record serious topic -
fchovyti that i if >, vaudidate for tion which While a candidate for office be Wood :Sawed Split and Delivered I '
: the ., THE SEA ISLAND HOUSE situated in :
: to Buo o
U. S. parties, interested: show the. exultation :
Senator in ( S. C. will be leased
any event, he should a rule, continued undisturbed at or sold a prva'ae. _
: ; 3 0 appear, as he is now entirely ready to upon and allowed 10lhers ''to do of that paper over its so far successful by Cord or Load.' This which property wilt u tatbtactlon.delightfully located. on banks '

do, as the candidate telligent As a lawyer he has been a trickery,' by .which scientific the Beaufort river,and commands a fine ,t o DAVis: & DRV .
of any other party an adequate and has displayed a t a.: Block.. By Street opposite our. Mil] and ,Whar. Royal harbor and surrounding 10 UJamb. o ,-
: large '
: than the Republican. counting made to nullify the known As a Winter Home fo invalids and tourists Beaufort '
to all and for ; of ability, being especially sue- wiU' of the voters .CA'SONVILLE.FL. offers attractions 'superior to those found at another .
The retention fur suvcral weeks in .bcftl e: juries. Few lawyers : point on the So-.ith Atlantic coast,and equal to DKALEKS IY
,.,, 4 41 1873. of the I is meet and '' in COUNTY CANVASS.-The'board of canvassers '.T A. WllW. .. J.6 'w. A.,WHITLOCKTalmas any in the vicinity of Jacksonville, Fla., with which
1' resignation ot Senator Jen. of the } engaged a greater num- for Leon place it ha close communication by rail',and the New An itiniU of FURNITURE. CARPETS
kins cases or been more county completed their York, Port Royal and Ferrandina Steamship Line.
ulltillnfornll.d euc- i and Peedee Jackets BUCK VS.PLUMBING. .
-: of GO\.lltrt's Intention taxed for the T"a in them. He is a graceful and labors on the 17th. and adjourned. The: : The hotel was enlarged in 1872.and is now in excellent (: ATTRESSES.WHITE PINE.WAL.
to accept it, and his hasIJ'IJrocltl11atWu i whole, "Stokes ticket" to' havcbeen'eiected I repair. It contains thirty-five large and well ventilated NUT. and JTEDAR'LUMBER,etc.
I which its ,. re Bleaker, and though'appar- proves rooms,many of them being en tite,and a Jio-
'tf Xovember 21st, 1873, (but subsequently What true in public, 'rpo.!*sees qualities ,;, In' tbcir answer to thc ing-room3S by 75 feet, adjoinli-g which is a commodious '
; .J issued give him alternative ,'ritt mandamus issued by : kitchen containg a large stationary range. .JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
just }in great and L AND
bcjison to prevent : )power Alt the appointments of the buildi.g, the attractive
h .: t Gu\. Hart' obCaicing.the management < in popular assemblies. lie is I Judge 'White, the board say that they sniroundingV the rapidly Increasing importance of -
t credit of the 1 portant mutter sterling integrity and purity of have canvassed the votes, ag shown by I' CPPPER-SMITHING.. Port Royal the direct railroad communication with all
; : act, was not a creditable the returns from each 'and : the large cities North and South,added to the Let that : USIC .HASCHAiaMS'!
:: ; transaction,p tare to which Is modest and I't'tiring'atmost every pre i execute work of this is the only first-da hotel in the vicinity, render M
and when coupled with his more recent ( In a time of emergency or: cinct. am.prpr t every this one of the most tie.lrableand profitable investment ,

i retention of another Senator's resignation munity may he would not be likely to display WHY- is IT,THUS?-It has been a mat in the most satisfactory. manner_ and respectfully' in the CfOimuiLmerirftki South.. For Information fritJman''.T as to terms,address c., -, .,

dispatching a -- qualities nouired for the occa ter of surprise to many o( the citizens licit the patronage of the public. Wuhhigton O. C. t
t the special agent with The Lecture i in a peaceful and ,law-abiding around town not versed in, ,tho law or -' 's'Orders ii-u-3t Or tluir Afrxtat 8'16"/".S. C P.RICE. RAE, D'UCED.. ,

: foupprrsst."t resignation in his pocket The lecture ( requiring sound. judgment workings of 'courts that notwithstanding left at DOBBINS*.GUN SH )P. or at Mr. Balmorals.Bustles and Chignons' at BUCKY'S.. -.

l9, tn negotiate with regard to its with. delivered to the !Intel ests of the people the fact that Old Man Dam us has M. Mahony's 'Blacksmith shop will :ey"prmpttllio. ..,', ,f -
diawal. they bolh indicate a disposition ) no doubt he, will prove an ef- been befer' the the circuit court nearly ,. .4"

i : : fci disregard the rights and. the last, on ,officer. every day ;since the commencement o"f, / C.. MATHER. .FRANK. E. LITTLE. THE BEST, IN. 'THE', WORLD
4 ; usurp E. Church. the present no decision has been / / "r** '
4 functions of the ,WM. CLARKE, : : '
voters which does : ,
not reached in his! .. TTTTt.--j
Old .
ii : Cut and future is Meant by the Democratic As- case yet. Man Darn : :
::4 cuinmeod him
: (o a Senatorial position. for the cendency South.. us has put in< an appearance punctually Beautiful Silk Srln variety of color,at EUCKVSl: C' L. MATHER & CO., WILL. LAST LIFE-TIME
The at' : .
maintenance of a in the neary every morning ld afternoon .
vacancy _. : ;f: ; ;(
j history in, : )have our fears of the results'likely session of the / .
Important office court, .and if the .. "
oi Superintendent of CARD.JACKSONVILLE.- :!- ,::
from' the \ : ,
:. Iiibtruclioi cited as illlI reiscendency of the. judge 'and )lawyers knew 'the'suspense A -
) for several, months during i element at the SoutIi-feairs that from which ', >r :t-- '
dwelling hi : not only the old man is suf March 1874. <: '
4 the period when the upon will find his liberties FL. 31t. : C-;
'Mi ensuingyear's eucres abridged. fering but all the members of hia numerous f ; Q o 0
; in vducat'.ou defend its ,, the opinion hundred ways,' by the men whom family, they would do something THE SOUTHERN .LIFE INSURNCECOAI. J 5. J.\- .7-i.- :<,-1. .

,, : -3I well filled aud effectively upon being and reached the placed in power. We shall cer: to expedite matters in the'case. PANY 'Ifl'la a few appoint a' State Agent STAXION: .E RS J ' .'OF Tni:C.J.DItA'RD., .. .. '
operated, be gratified if our fears : If . his best .
.13t! '. its ostensible friends prove un we might be permittad to say a word ,; i' ; ;".' t" :;
and Florida. la the meantime I will conduct its
temporary. occupancy Idleness and ; and if to retain the colored I in the old 'roan's favor, .we would"state management
: by one1 whose position of their old .enemies shall become that hitherto Old Alan 'SHONINGER'r"ORGANS
Secretary Damus has borne -. AND
ambition I .. .. .
and '
: : '
Bute and editor of the Sentinel, :' : "iderato friends. But the ante- character in this State for inoffensiveness <: ,_ "* j>e. .A
precludes '
;: : ? the poobthle Of his (utur<*. I pledges and tbrcatli' ( the De and both friends and' foes now .AH communications directed t me,care Henry'A. f ". 'IN; DAILY t1.S'E.1V .

., ; duties fehow diNchnrge official of its important himself by his y do' lIut jusiify.the hope of any look upon him with a degree of complacency L'Engle, Secrcpiy o'.tb Jacksonville'. ,Bra :wn .': an ;
neglect of high or conMJerute treatment of the -
I its character that, precludes the apprehension receive du ,. :'. ,:' "
State interests in order to keep a racanry Hero, are some of '.the things or from his ailenllon : '
: aspirations for any danger- exploits. We, -11'J. t .',' The best musical talent of the country reeemmeai'
that were Hud during the therefore J H MILLER, '
be 'serviceable : hope that the '
may in the ap- court will'come these Organs. The nicest and best. More for your
position was ( Birmingham (Ala.) A'euu.Sirfd : to'the' conclusion to turn Old Man Da- 4-i-tf Genl. of
pro hiug Senatorial that will Agencies.
be'tter other
intend to beat money, and gives satMactioa. than any
and proper ; thenegro; intho mus I loose, and we will be responsible .
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I :- not, in the minds of the friends of the only made the'warfare' the unending bUlb for his good behavior.NEW !Carpetbags and Lid Compl"a BUCK VS.TT ,. ',. a : : '1 l' BOW made. 'They comprise the >

schools, convuend any of the parties ; and defeat means but one thing I ,

4: 2 concerned to general approval. more .noticeable.The ; !" >OBERSON; & MAI ; HAVE, 'J.. JUS-T" REMOVED' Is .r ''TO'THEIR. 'NIW. EurekaConcerts* Orchestra and Grands.

The fact that the official lady said ForsythOfAlatbsma, said i "The ADVERTISEMENTS ; :. : .M ANn COMMODIOUS. .' S JOR E ON ., : ", 4'
: prerogative things! that ) will sweep from the statute Have opened, a Cnl fl i of selecting in '. t ,, ., ; < \ .' '' "
c I newspapers: : alone stated.ber the' whole rygtrm of military,and "PRIVATE BOARD I .; 'SHAVING SALOON BAY STREET" ,NEAK LAURA, -,IUus ted.Cwdogues sent by mail postpaid tOaYsdlrc3..upoaapp'eattonto
legal mWruciion "
publications cnn be made, Is so as utterly null and .. .. .
; managed as to vest in acting Governor to secure of no effect*,' And his organ, J corner of Bay and Pine'streets',where all l the .: : : :' M. ,"> h',
M-hool for ) AT HIGHLA'ND"ARK.. appliances the best saloons 1 U the ora BE .
; Steal ) \ Register, said:: "Let us rec '1- ; WHEREWILL FOUND ,' B. SHONINGER.1t CO..
> and his partner in the printing b found. furnish at h' .
a '
; business in moral, l facts, admit that a war,of.races A few large rooms w th.fnc<1au board.:' i : ; r "*-'New Haven. Conn.
monopolies and
public necessary might all .he ) ) and, then every man will : HOT-AND. COLD ATHS.Tikt' .''
: ; y4 : printing in -two. counties,'whicloy Introduced himself under the banner of' his FINE RIVER VIEW. ALARGERASSPRTMENT. 'i. .FOR SALE OR RENTCOUNTRYFS'A'L"E" -
d by entldiVie the bearer etgIt sale : "
T4 r prtM-iuuing all possible competition, For ourselves we say' no com :DMLYMAIL. .' for hall1 cutting t i1.we for : :_: :'
clgl"lbv. t- OF'
Purmau I. ID : ,
11 unification <
load) the business of those no ; but a white Sr. .
two counties I9 >h-9 ;
well chosen rult.! a man's ;: : STEAM :
F :. with &u and wbifu civilization FERRY V: STATIONERS' SUPPLIES; .
I :. all unutees ary ,lux which, on mot while man's government, or ruin FOUR'TIMES D IL FTERDEC.IJ; 1" Dra'rersand Undershirts,very cheap;at,BUCKVS.BEAUTIFUL .. "i' VERY QHEAP.I,
the profits of which go into the .tioo' .. : 2' vn i.s ; \" t'-. -
b the thanks of Address ; ,nre, small Farms, tuar-tAf City Kmtfj
% pockets uf the Executive and his part Vicksburg Herald said ; "The r' EXHIBITION : .' ," THAN IS TO BE FOUND IN' "
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4 Madame 'c'li.'HUSTED.
ner., hat an ugly look about it for Senbvtttorial is on top Iii Vicksburg and .f 'nj. .". ,.., : : ..v >: tl', ''I." ONtO TEN ACRES. '

ti purpose Madame Pal ., and will, soon bo so every ;I St. Nicholas'.; -. ;.; 'OF''CHRQMOS..; 4 .lfi ;!;. '. : ; : :: ; : 'd Cleared land: no other Improvemcats.

i The vtnoonos of sneaks again else dn the South: If our politi) zg3m." OppositeJaclcsonVine.4B -. I." The.well known Hair Dressing saloon "f ANY: OTHER. HOUSE 'IN FLORIDA ONE OF TWENTY ACRES '
& opposition the Sen .demand it, the
llayti. when the : negrO o vines and
I tjuland Union (both 'official organs' a general must be thinned out to givo 'OAT, BUILDING.A.C.CI1APPPLL: : ,,' 0 .f:: AL.'DetYON : >'.:' ,: ; fruit About trees fifteen;underdralaed acres la cultivitfon clay subsoil 300 grape;.one ohM best
{ 'I J ., : -
o w bite l IJthur : ; : ; for
of the gardening.
_, ilepuMlean party,and both owned( has recently been up with some of the prettiest .
i bv the actiu< Governor of course, see what wo shall ; j chromos ever brought into this city. I Ct nothing AT PRICES ',COMPETING WITH PRICES ONE"OF TWENTY ACRES,
: and bis partners) A ; and examine them and do well .
- is possible that the bark of thene ,BAY t go for o : -' About four acres I 1st cultivation''balance good pinewoods
) to the Republican candidates: for Congress T/uMcllmc wolves will prove to be worse STREET. near the Cable Crossing; man drop'in' of see that thlw. Besides this.any"a' CHARGED, ;FOR GOODS OF THE SAME < :-oa King's road CAU AJTD.COLLINS.Dealr sex.C.C. .
-.- the abuse of thr Sentinel being' of a new paper sudden bittv' But we fear the worst. -].C.o" VILLE, FLA. stranger dean shave goes,"there can once obtain,h it here t plo place a DESCRIPTION ,IN .NORTHERN-CiTIES.: *.la Real Estate.Witschea'BuJoHng Bay SL- .

aggravated by its public swallowing suasion which a return lei power will his tonsorial headquarters 'Cen and l the best ', ,
and recantation of its bitter personali! : to revengeful rather than YACHTS ,AND 'WHITEHALL of all possible reasons b finds himself and that WEALTH,

*ties, d' ,
)hero of HI iccasukcc as the safest possible pear It is be the first to suffer.-Albany < -
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pandidate for Senator, nor does U ele- full sized Mad to order.STEAM. Very 1yUahIa4Ic'IIM1 at BUCXYS. 'THEATTENTIONOFt: ; ,1.- ....
)'attt the ''A h.toned journalism of IDA 1 YACHTS"With | ., ...''',.t 1.Z! .. it: .L. '; :'" t'
that will be fit -V .
Revolution in Alachu'aDenied i'
; /ftjinrl in )public opinion. ., 4ELLQNViLLEHOUSEi; ; : :s: : CITy AND' COTNTRY DEALERS ; < ,." .
L them the mOlt approved rnachty. Will build of ; : ; / t' ; : : :<. '
trons do not aujr die,(from to ioo feet""I Call and' \ 'j. ;; l J.ANDS.F : ..
4 EDITOR:-I notice in the last is 15 ., get my prices. <' : .' .- :&. ,' *. '
The Clear Watjy Times. : :' .. (...j; .'t'i, :
her "will the Union that \ .
have ORANGE ,
irl., t to Jearn[ that this that a' number of' Ladles ANDJTHE PUBLIC. GENERALLYTU'OURSTOcXI
ryaall but home paper is largn col underwear be obtained at BUCK Y;.,. : : .' i : ::.*: I FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS,
I f iiltub! !** itnd ably conducted I'le meet ,daily it Gainesville, I I' > '
journal is, subside A. ICIT TRADE. .
'- ; .,, TOWN
h'I. : : Proprietor.-
with clubs and }
fire-arms ) <
: for the ,> I -, -- 5"J.
.wo hop idy temporarily lu.pendt.d..rho The editor CONCERT v : .tf LOTS. ,:
of ,
0\ r-r4Iing the .canvassers i ,"
region in which it :.AND'GARBLE '
was ;
published dangerous I take the liberty of BY SLATE ( '
columns -
your GclltJ incn'. GRANT
underwear at EUCKY'S. ON SANFORD'S
: :. ,,FOR. SALE
in one uC the most attractive sections of ing hopeful ,a base lie, and the author DUVAL ''HIGH-SCHOOL ; :. : MA.NTELS' .

1; the whole Gulf cow The Times was that an unprincipled! scoundrel. S FURNISHED HOUSE L. U.MOORE.AcvI!, .

_ ; 1 uf ton much value to the citizens, and caMed\ poor the New ) people were informed' THURSDAY VEJING. NOVEMBER t'th.METROPOLITAN" .: GRATES,AND,FENDERS,:; a..- 'PIRST-CLASS : '

: pitrticuJarlv the Und-proprk-tms there. : He reports that the election at sev III Terra 6>ua Wire. Drain" VP&c.: In IACKSOMVIU.KFOR Boots and Shoes,neat and durable,at BUCKY'S '
pxper. f was illegal, and the votes HALL'Ths 'w. 4' BURCH.T'URNISIIEDROOI1S -
;_ lu be allowed. to starve.. We hope soon hid kind of be thrown out and they came, : SALE I '

-I _____ In ircHvetivvrt; of the resumption uf.the tion of his to see and hear for themselves, cenon acf of,Dual of HkUchooJ wi fat five the a con- FOR RENT, The undersigned. Intending to-remove to his plantation FOR SALE., -.. i/.\r-, :' :% I
Thanlugtviiie purpose ,will sell his residence on Adams Street near the '
awl a* good citizens. of raising binds to ,charts 'i' '' A BAY,HORSE sla old, sound ..f}{t d-
- regular appcatiicvt&h,1/J. }lively little 'fashion .1. ; purcha. map* St.James and Grand National Hotels. years .:.
- .as the1 Deputy Ignited States c.Iotthus.thischoo$. ',pl. Location pleasant. Good Cd for !;-< ,.: .. : d' ', H. SANFORD" Suitable for'* lady liDo drive. Abo,a Twd"ness. .: ': -
15ct: t. >i We' J Incline l xn open at 7 o'clock.' aoimeneeVaYjJj .lnqulresUbrvyo( ,Jon C. t ,. .-Will be Mid cheap Sold fof want SW
..: ) wero toncerned there Cn f Apphr J. nuT., v i j, 1..7..b: jjf.JJtukitmnllt ce.411
j. (1,0' l'11'1..' ,'" ... .""" ( ". : .' .,, .W- ',, "- > 4 ,' ., "',' ,;, were, 0 dock. ..AdmissloajoeeBM ,n. ,v '' *Z-2L41 J Jf/-.Brr/ .,.? to B.X Krtk 6. il,.' ''91 Apply at NiwSoorw

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CITY NEWS. The Kcw Water Compey. ifcb have- proved to be the advatrti'I uf.thtuaxura1 object both in color and I" the '1"lightlulnrur) ; < ..-. ..- -."..- .-- .
n of U ; l :
The eloquent sensible address Madame &till 1ettzTrUthr.eroDing r ..BUYX ,
of Dr. ages of establishing fountains the form. Vjl: WOTi-.WJT11 -= :' .

ESD.A.Y-: o r G.r' Wilson CLSwann at the last annoal! cold climate of Pennsylvania we .may After, visiting .Ihe, school Brooms we know ropean the'tOWDS policecannot two centuries be ago. We at the.A .'E, Chutch>'Sab-, ri"uoaD K.PucmL"otSon r ttju J...p._ p",a.*..m. ". .De:11"-.3 1 T

.overnber :i. .1B7. meeting of the Fnj4'.Sor1ty of well wonder that pur peoplfiave sPent were .shown Ahe.otherportions' of the but less : everywhere, I joel: JBajti and-the: Nation,, AdmUsfon -. '
they needed
on Bay street 1 25 cents. .' '. ; MATTINGIMATn! ,. Philadelphia should -1'-- -
: be'printetl in pam so many summers in the Llazuof( an almost ) Convent, which gave.a9.a very pleasantidea than pnthe uukjrtA and ifjhe force is -l -" v jao RoOt.f KatoCtok. aad Fttcjr KMtfe*ep.
form Because
Good for Jacksonville phlet and cent broadcast throngl tropical! sun with so insufficient a of the, internal economy of the not large to be ( oranges are cheap we see Ihu"-r. Tic nan Magnificent style ever landed
enough efficient -
jeirn that the first ticket to the the land. We 'wish we'/could 'make supply or I..water. Every street In, the. establishment. The dormitory is a room be enlarged until it is. What% let Is it no.'carthly reason why thosa'.who eat ..I IjiduoBvinc, CaD.I: : .',

Jlol Concert has been sold for twenty extracts from It for the benefit of mir city should have its' I\'a r-ma' n.i its public fifty feet square, with windows on three. police force that can do nothing. ?use Again a them.should Invariably) deposit o,skins 'i-ltd FtlltCh4 t.B 1 &eof

oUXL We hope it may not be the last readers, bet_H were,almostjnvidiousjtu: hydrants for arresting conflagrations sides./ The ceiling high and the place' it is high time that these -chcrivaru, upon the side walk. Sprained;; nodes '- tSE.THE. ROSE' ;1tIO-, 1 jIO" A'

that 6baD 1 bring a high pn<:e. choose one portion' thisjnccellent! ad. and its public fountains fOr'the convenience -: scrupulously clean and ,tidy. There should be put 'st&p to. "'Thej'are vulgar aiy root good-as an investment- ,. .after/ all." Far, chapped' hank*. \ Ttt lie purchased1 t ** 1.1IIJV..1,

_' J dress to the exclusion ,of .the rest. We of'man and beast. 'We are gratified were twenty-five beds in.lhis mom,:anl -they are indc ent-they mark -A strange dog (mum the ''rural districts t0Q. slrIort' ,- h &='.'. ,-iUNDEJtVJTS .- .
A New Planing'Machine cannot however refrain ,from putting to learn that tlie success of the new during the hours of rest two -Sisters occupy extremely:low phase of society and attempted ty' interview the tiger- ..t'NDEKVESTSlf*** .

to be erected in Scott's mill i into print a few sentences as being ger-. water company is no 1 it'aiger matter. of it with: the pupils to the end.. that' an abomination in the sight of are cat caged in the jard.of Mr..Damon Ladfes.:Cattlemen's.MsYowSo'.l"l &a a-'
: I teDded I respectable Undervest.all price all siree,.a Mytei.'u re: ,
scbooner Tra"eler.I to the subject t we propose to discus doubt. Arrangements have been made the rules of the school not be Greenleaf. The cat'mad*
lwdt'C1 from the ,, may transgressed I people. The police 'kn9W well a tingle pass f WeICUftl CaUse ,. ; ,;,'
.I i is *, namely the. importance. of and all plats charts and profiles be the and tfic. dog retired'with t -ri if < .-
MoD *y frnoon.. The planer from an may and also, for ( purpose of > enough when these nasty notE are to gracefully as ,I, Frati.oerr.Bxn cT ft.CosALATAVORITA >
of Daniel early introduction of pure SIftVater seen on application to Mr. Jame* H. giving assistance in of sudden good a catise for bowling as dug -
the .ell known manul.ictory case sick come off; why,theo, it that they stand any OYSTER SALOON I M. '

poncister Albany, N.V.Thanksgiving.. into the 4 houses_ and. public thoroughfares Patterson. 'The success is based on the ness. Here'also we' noticed the-care supinely by with their; .fingers in their i need s to have :At' Gate's career, where the old Ice C_ MalleI was* !

of this city. responsibility'of the original- corpora- ful ,suncrvislon- .". and. scrutiny- .to wMch_ _,- mouths, and allowlhe. .rioters full sway ? There is some talk upon the streets :Open Monday evening.' Coffee.Cake,Oyster act
ot.many weeks ago a gentleman in tots who are amply able from their- everything thai affect the'health Decent that Iiave been everything to oruer. t"-4>*l L.J. I S.tItt
may or people are tired oi this thing,, ,arrangements !! ..made fc/r ,
day will be observed by a union Jacksonville was taken sick of fever, own means to give u'lonr coveted waterworks the training of the pnpils is Inhj and either protection by tlie authorities lighting the public streets this 'white)1.,)' BUILDERSAND' CONTRACTORS.>

oeetln"This at tho Ocetn Street Presbyte- and during thenight was ,tormented by ', even If not a dollar'of stock is Order is, insisted. upon and enforced i"- or self protection will be the rule in.forture. : It is certainly 'time that li.:;ht sbuuld} .and will 1IJIdd.bad a .complete-"assortment sl eclft.of cc.luo,at the r.<

church.Thursday, November thirst. 'There 'was neither well nor taken by our own citizens.; bow- industry-and "economy inculcated both We may remark, .in. passing, ia come from "some' direction, cr elsu.peor. Lumber YanL Order to W deuvemi at kndwc

ria 11. Tb
11 A\. Mr. Fittpatrick, Pastor of the was wrapped in slumber, and the sick people should show public spirit enoughto excellent Superior remarkedthat_ they if people did Dot get married, cherivaris; dark. Address. _J Loc1s J. .OTM., ,.UL4 W ? if

Southern byE M. E. Church. All are In- man rose from bed, dressed as well as come forward-, .acd not.let this remunerative maybe" properly fitted to fill. worthily would not occur, and if they remainedat The nice little ,theatre 'over the BUY YOURSELF AHOME. ., ..,;..'

: his weakened condition would allow project be monopolized bytrangera. their allotted sphere in life. home on moonlight evenings, insteadof Metropolitan Billiard Saloon will A VittA'. iTE on Su Jofca"f rlrer 1s o .? _..,..U J,. f
rited1. _,. him and started We are-authorized soon One of lie mc desirable place w the VKiaity WJacksonviHe. i.
out to '
a to state The .
get draughtof
buildings occupy a about one-third strolling along the be for
I they would opened business. A good,stock containing aS acres-.bout S acres rtady fiJr'lJ. ;
Accident cool] water. All the'saloons! were that 'the' water' famished'wil) be the oftbe the neither j
ground owned be
Convent. ptiafing.1
by ..attacked by drunken men company, with good! mnicr cannot fail : Forparticut,tppfy ii IT the iP

Yesterday Mr.C\R. firigham Black closed, the pump qn_Bay street as wellas softest and purest that can be found In' The remainder is fitted playground armed with brick bats,'nor compelled L to make money. and at the. same. timegratify oer&Nz.rsctrrLS. 'itfJ\J.. \. r f 1.:

point, while feeding the machinery! used the one near the Mayor's'office, was the State, and: that it"ilI not be introduced "and,'in tho centre is W beautiful to listen, ,to. .obscene and. 'profaneIan., a. large portion of the : .FOR RENT. I. 'f
'\ in grinding cane at his father's plantation out of order, and had the sick man not until thoroughly analyzed by statue of the Virgin and Child of life guage.' We'admit the troth and force nity. A'good ttore,located in the finest bnunea ponio t ,". J

at the above mentioned place, had bethought him of the possibility of finding well known chemists. We predict for. size. The Sisters participate: in and to of this, argument,and in.reply have onlyto -The new churcli ofjte city of Sk augu≠ .9 adapted fcr sty b.iJI .: ,4

the misfortune to break his arm in aruher water in tho mayor's office, which the new water company n degree of a certain extent conduct the innocent say that ladies and gentlemen have a ; ,now being.erected Address fcoa. IU tUatIoaiath citr, ,Rent. ,f*>per Booth.
by Trustees of St. Johns Jamc M. SL
Episcopal Byrne. Augustine or Wm C. '
Tho steamer Mary Drajwrva was the only place in the city that was success which has iie'veffa'forfd ahy enterprise amusements: of the..younger children, right! to marry if' it so pleAses them Church ought to be thi, .. .ooper.JaciMaville.. .
iranM-du Iy dispatched: to this cityto open, be must have gone-without. in Florid: before. We bail "it: bestowing great .care npon all their and a right to wale te streets at night and season -_ _- .1 t.Q.. :.. -
we the funds ,
hope will ,
surgical aid, which was rendered It is nut many years since some intelligent as the dawning of that better day which I movements while they arc so employed. no iess than in the day time and a right in come XMILL. .. -. f I- --
procure rapidly so that there may be as little WcB located abcbanisaL UK Sc jolia* mer aad ,
i in tie person ot Dr. Daniels. Philadelphians started the project shall hor.if a full measure of prosperity :In'addition to the !chnol'at the Convent -1 toi:6e protected in, so doing* .Is,this state delay as possible. }ICCoj'Sto"lie kaMd1wropowibie panics by -,

,r of erecting drinking fountains various for us. And we commend it to the the Sisters maintain a free, school of misrule to be permanent? :Wii shall the month,jrea ,, put Jeniiiag to saw by tk T .

The Weather. parts of that city, and the Fountain Society careful attention of our citizen as the for colored'ciiildren in 'n small'Imilding seei. __ ; -The elegant appearance:the few ihoianJ. Appty'at.ttw t , ,.-- streets that hare been covered with CJIcu.ATzIG t
beautiful heart was organized. Originally designed most, important enterprise; whether the oyster -
Sundsv night was as as near Catholic Church, which U'filled "
to in small the point convenience and heulthfuluees Sanitary Measures. /. ; :: sheila. we. should. think would. .i induce. L 1f
operate a 1SSE.-GE.'f '
..nld1111; but it became. cool) duringthe way to its utmost rapacity;' there being -- VICHY AND 'tI
night and un Alon lay morning wonderful' tlfgree uf comfort which the or otsieurityagninst fire,.that has ever seventy-five pnpils and three teachers. This is an excellent time to say a few property own rs to use their best endeavors Many, oa tistng ia the monuag complain of a beaaachtfor -
been words to citizens to have other'etreets laid down in :fceSng t. 'A glass ofYtchy Kiiirrgirw '
citizens experienced from the fountains submitted to our people. our .ot the condition'
Iro! in are
fire in that
the klyn was Theyinform us they **
trhile pro- day from *TuffH ri
every Mammoth La Favorin *
a similar jlt I > cure*
in which manner
they Jhcir premises It jiyes everythingsuch
led their keep j
to Lung until -----
ness, the wind blew u gale. It was multiplied they compelled for want of sufficient means aa i such tut.lessa&t H.w.I"tf
i now c-onftilule a marked feature of that St. Joseph's A ademy. is a'mistake. to suppose that the summer an air of neatness that those who k- " '
the fire far
that was so removed to refuse the : -
fortunate applications of who -- -- iif rti
from the city as with fn strung I beautiful dty. It must be rememberedthat Among the gratifying evidences of the! desire to enter their I children parents nt this I seaso' Is 'the'on'e', par excellence, inI I pass by invariably ,cxpres7,,:their,:ap-: :,? OCR ENTERPRISING 'i 'VFrieads .
which strict proyal as a. nutter ot .course. Within Mess,. Ca* Co.,have seemingly spared no,.Jferpcase ,
cleanliness a
this enterprise was independent prosperity of our ,be cited .should. be observed
city ,
a wind the damage must have been entirely may the school.. -. ; few'years such la mtrodnei g-tbe hanfhomctt. ,soda. ;awntaia. -
: ; improvements will 1
for 1. -
bearj. ot other sources of water sup- number and the growing excellence of r Altbgetbei we"'were very much gratified the'ncgl' "of proper sanitary ever 4ct up in this dry. It is admired by everyone and '

_. -. ply. Every theu had its i its Fchools. Each year ,shows decided L with our ybiU. anrf-strongly impressed measuresis quite as apt to lesifto .trust, become quite common. ti hewda1rocsk.pioaoiiacedbysfltSob4Icssobebcbcst.. ; :. "'* ; -

Clean Up. one or more hydrants from which the gains upon its predecessor, in nil departments by the spirit--of clf-denial l and sickness in fall and winter'.as' in the _TO THET- CITIZENS-'-"-"OF--JACKSO- -" ILLE -_. __L V w to '

There i U a yard on IJ.-iy strtt-t, near Schuylkill wati-r-pushed at the touch of and, as' iur account bf the recent chnstLin example set "by" these Sisters warm weather. .It is true, the sickness Tbc FrauLnt of the United State and the Cover -CRZATEXCIThMtT fi -

one) of the wharves, that is in a shocking I a finger, as it does now; every second school meeting shows there 4s springing who have Put'aside all wordly pleasure, is of a different kind, but while less contagious Mr of eSUteotda.bYprccIan8oub3vesd: s Over, the poEtical canvass bur greater, over : :'.. .M,

condition. Such filth is sufllcicnt to corner had its fire-plug for the supply up an interest in the cause of jeduca; and 'are. devoting their lives ta! doing the late l' c n t'Sifve' thkgiing apart Tburwlar Und'the' a&heeo

in the entire Those fire Lilln the of levers are L quite as'much to be dreadedas r JOG are respectfully NEW mPORTING, .DRUG .STORE-WHOLESALE '
breed di-asf city. of engines and many of the saloons on part many of bur prominent their Master's- work and following those requeued to Tender the cmonary obnervaace AND RETAIL.A -

who desire to a.sct'rtai a its whereabouts and barrooms in.l. le city were open citizens who have hitherto been humbly.but trustingly in'llis 'steps. which appear earlier,,ja ,the: PnDt'JoND.Mayw. Hew Importing Drag House t.$ now being opened''' ** SOs

-; bare only ta tnirt their olfactories. We day and night, yc-f the drinking fO Df{- but lukewarm supporters of our public 1 year. We attribute the iiege tot our uwembcrr4thi874. 11-15 it, Bay street a tat doors below the N3UO$1211131C1', .IIIJIIII._ -

ol! the attention of the proper parties ains are now considered as essential to schools. This
la till condition of their premises the city's health as are the cleaning ot every person Who appreciates the Importance Run Riot iit file > be careless than to the fact that: obedience to the proclamation' of Preujcnt Grant, C;Qcmicals. PcrfwJcrr.*c..wi all tbabueDoT <
the and the and Ruffianisnf City-Are WeIn their attention ba jnot bJien called:to the an3 the'Acting Uovernor ot this uuT tke. ofike, mestic preparations of the day. Every article
-'-- streets purification ol private { acknowledges a State o/SitgeT-A Jf" .DJ" Tina to eurFelice ,. guaranj j _
as ou Spnilay* t e cpen cn"Thank.s jiting day between '
Hauled Off. lots. Last July it was determinedto the responsibility of the'present, towards' du4oriiies.Mo4iy subject before. E/ety spring they wake tie noun of ia x.and 1p r.If. teed Particular'and sold attention at the lowest given cash to'the.P Procriptjon Do- '' *

The schooner Carrie Walker was count the- number human beings the training and formation of the rising night was-beautiful, it acloud- up to the necessity of white-washing outbuildings ; Jl-15 :t J. S ADAMS Postmaster. panment at aD hours of fuc day and ni ht by the most .

bulled i'ff r :lk-au Bunk, St. Johns Bar, and) other animals drinking at ten ot( generation. And while the State has Icssskynnd a brilliant,moon can be.said fences &c., and cleaning: TAX'PAY tRS- competent,and reliaKe: ,pharmacists. PiB* gilded with.: .,,,

yr crdj: mtrLint high tide and the public fountains. To this end, made liberal provision for the maintenance to constitute beauty. The city lay slumbering their yards, not knowing that the-same TAKI Nona and govern ycuraelve* acco.dicy! tOn a that peculiar goLI which or silver deprives powder tbeuoiTaQ made ia taste France and I- .
lowed to: Pilot Town dock by the Me.-iro- twenty men were mployed. who took of the public school?, there still 'in the moonbeams and up to 8 careful attention is just as requisite fur Tuesday of next week,. I>ec. isi. JIhaD advertise pleasant odor without impairing their eCcacy in th**. .-.

Jlaln'y. Tli'condition of the schooDeris an accurate count from half past six in will.remain and unoccupied field l which, o'clock, all seemed as. peaceful as Eden the city's health in November as in May. by law..a& thy taxes v unpaid at that PniiipJactonvlie. time,Vaiimc.OT as required. least. This valuable improvement is not oaf a peal', r fbenenc -.

the half ,six o'clock in must be. filled .by private school of before the Fall. This Would an unhealthy condition of thecity rd'the patient bur pmtives far a long'tfme tSe
much better than was at first expected morning to past charming quies .Th.! ajth .a,.. i rajatCHKISTUAS
and after undergoing' thorough the evening of 'the same day, when it s'various grades, under the_ fostering care i cnce, however did not cuntinue the entire ilo us Ics harm;pecuniarly, in the TOYS! the purity pyis.t oT.thc_cmjacnt ndianei I:K'ftrsiciazb and*gcne/aUj oC*M*.country endorsedby aa-,,, ,&a\ ';

repairs at lirock's Marine Hallway, she was found that 4ts85.l.efWns and 1,831 in some i instances, of religious denomi i ; c\'eDing-nut by any mean*. 'On winter, when it would deter our Northern Good newt fat the old aad young fcllu rope. Medicine chests furnished sad replenished witV-"* t'I

will be as good as schooners of her age horses were accommodated. There are nations. Of this class are the above I the contrary as eight o'clock drew nigh .friends from coming here, than in I Toys in every variety from the cheapest to A.finest. care and accuracy at short notice. .. : 't

uuHy are. now seventy-three fountains in active named icliool'under the immediate con- horns began to sound, tin pans were the summer when they have. taken,theli r 4 Pi Wc JladefphJa Lave.the and finest usortnent to be found south of aad Abo tofletj.oa band.Lubia's Fancy geauine Pariiian Extracts.Oramcapai4or Soaps(, .: -1 ', ".

., operation in the entire city, awl if tIle trol of the Superior of .the Convent, banged 1 with fiendish fury, and the city leave, or would it not do us far more Price and Good Articles.we'1D: :antee boxes to of our toys pratnMIS.Low put op from bought' at 55 Roe Su.:.Paris. .' .-

Personal.The is the remainder Mother SIDONI and the Priory. under peemed harm ? There are several premises that l Orders from a distance filled and forwarded promptly.
.amc average applied to suddenly transported from 'a |5 to-f ie f ij aa< |-cxpnssly fcr the country trade.
Free the we very welt know to be in k-filthj China aad saucers,Mutable fbr Thirty). experience aDd having f* scvenieeaT It.
dispatches Plate that Mrs. as was obsened by accurate accountants patronage Bishop YOU G. state of heavenlyfejl one of energynot caps -. Holiday Presents, u
m years'of the time given personal attention to the purchase ,
and giiaivariely.
Abraham Lincoln is en route for this at these ten, we find that the Having recently paid M. visit.,to the at aU heavenly. It seems that the unless the occupants make SASJA CLAV EAZAJUI.. ; and importation of Drags from England mr't .

State. Mrs. Lincoln intends spending entire number Itenefutfd by ,the public school 'at the Convent, and been kindly moon-or, something. else.induced. a them pa subly decent whalE: take the! "1 ii-7S4t .'l' J> Fine street.;I door 0.Iroai- .br.- ". France) warrants the belief that entire rarisfarrion will : .

the ilcter months among the limes and founta.ins'in the city during these twelve shown through the various dCJ>:1rtments. number of young men to disturb the repose liberiy_ -tailing thV attenliotrof thecity f4- i Be given'to aO who may&vor us wuh their kind atttalioa. / '..

onnps a Florida. She d we wish to give brief ,account of 'authorities to ,them. Gentlemen, A CARD OF. THANKS. .J.,,.C.JnIX I.o. ,.- i
the a of
hours citizen's
'*& through I aggregated large figures of several : quiet especial! of a I'M Mutriigned preienls tt most sincere thanks to 11-" ,,_ DvggszsnaysLJaek5omPl11c.vIa4 ; fI '

CbaOaoooja on Friday last. 35.660 persons and\ 13,366 horses be- features which .struck us favorably, couple lately married. _In consequence please do jour duty fur- thLr means- '.'officers and BICB of ci; galUnt fire department.1i ho -_, ..1: .I ,

: ..H. sides of and and which, we have no doubt will interest of this- business. .saved his house from desn>cti<>a Turing Ihe fire of lasMo4ar. MARtXE ;
Xorton Etq., real estate agent: a number dogs, heep a vast number became thoroughly : .' Eugioemea,aad Hosemen and the Hook L'ELUGENCE.__ ," -? f'. -

and bnuter., returned with his family. sparrows. I; has been discovered that our readers.St. demoralized, over the chericari, indulging We.Beg and Ladder Company worked with a will and saved me
from the West. Mr. Norton is looking there Las been a steady diminution of Joseph's Academy was organized to a most unlimited extent in, bad to'call'the attention of our citizens'for from a sertoos-'Ioss.- -Gentlemen,your klndafst.never .n :"Y1LLE noalDA. I II
nmMktbly! the number of caesof intoxication and school opened December 1st, 1869 whisky and disreputable Several ., be forgone*.and it is my Intention to'eriace mygraunrie '
improved in health and I re rum. the' list time to. the "Gratuitous Guide still further in-a-mere substantial I :.. : / :- !! rl ..
rtngth. ported fciiice the fountains were'put in with five teachers and about fifty pupils; scenes occurred in consequence 'ihat' manner. .N_.a 3,str.City'Point,Filzserald.Cbarlestoo.T, ,
i To Mr.M. X.'Parcel!
to Floridaj" *,E..Cbiclol'lIc Fire I
iI I operation. course of publication: by Depart l'_. 33.sch.MalT J., Femeryk.. KicharJs..New ; ,
1871. the number orpupils was came nel.r'huing:1: tragical termina i Mr.: John nntl my thanks are specially due for his herculean exertions York
" An Unwelcome Visitor. I The project of supplying our own city seventy-five. In 1872, Ser\"en tion. The"excitement of the occasion General Railroad, L. Edwards'and Steamboat; who keep Ticket* the id behalf of my endangered'property.. : ,.Nov.13.sdu A.J,R-ntJey Wffiams, Chart. -

G. W. Allen, Sheriff of Suwanneeonty : with pure soft water that may be sum in 1873 one hundred and, five. This spread far bI"ond.the original design ,l-.s't._ r...Jtpomai" 'CU.t.Jl.UlClr..n ,' .
Office ia the store of C L. Mather & '- NOT ii.sty- Dictator.Vogel Ouzcstoa. "" joJf
? with Deputy Sheriff Hicks ar moned at instant notice from the public year, the number of pupil has increased whisky was taken without regard to < -: ., ." ..- ... .. ... .. No,.21.SUo Unfc Baker,Savannah. .
Co. on Bay street near Laura. .Mz. Nov.* .th. Early Bird. ReedNcwYo&:
rived t. :
on the lumber train of I If main is not precisely a new one. Many to one hundred 'and of cost ." -" ,. .. Nor, ch.S. F Trim New Yorft.Nu '. 'f
Monday thirty-seven, race, or previous condition and Edwards knows ::_: : ,;::::::: at i Seabmy. j .
article what a guide to our j A- Booth;Bajle Fafl Kirer;, -
eniog, havioin months the 'writer of this .
J charge one W. F. ago whom seventeen are boarders, and the onr city presented at one time the spectacle !stale should be to'meef.: thejwabts: of 7i ; A V/3V1 HUG No,.si;sch St. Fianca Xavier Saddler{Deourara -. -. .
: Carraway, who as a fugitive from jas- was requested to write a leaderon"Oui number of Sisters iu the community- of a city taken by storm. Wewill ,Itrituh Go ;a. ,

Lice in Surannee, was recently captured I water supply" for the Union which I bas increased to twenty. give a few J instances of the visitors and we can. assure the .people .,.,ALL.THE" -.:. ,;NOYLLTIESv' ;..--'p'--,. ., ., ,-,, ,. f .
; rowdy' the work will be well done. Ia Pictures:at..'ir.. ..,.-' ..J 11 1' P MEOROliGICALECORU'-- ; .
bI Sheriff Brady of Clinch county showed to the satisfaction of the 'majority The premise occupied'-by: tbe' C n'- ism, that'shamed the 'city. A" gen .;., ,i;. ;.,i.:1': iii..iues Obaioia.bcs at 7 A. M >F. ..aed 9 P.11. 'v -* .
Gwrpi. In order to publish such work the WQG I' C.U.UaT diDy,by the Signal Service U.S.Army,in-thi : .
While ; of citizens the vast I'
Carraway in the our reflecting vent are two lots fronting on Pine tleman 'risen from ----- ,Lr
was street jujt a bed: = Khs l lar" > ,- '.1 : ,',
.lr Sheriff advantage to be derived by them from I between Monrov : expense ,be met, and we. ,would I --. "" "uc"' ', .p. ;.. .. TJ .. f ? 2Wind.. 4
Brady and his brother. and Duval streets: and I walked down Bay street in the glorious : -; ai >1 : '' "n 1 r I .2 |- 5 -
. /IIC oi ws deputies, a of Carra- the possession of an unlimited supply of the main building occupies about with (fair urge all business people in our city to Oct. -; 5 ijA-l-| '=- tJ > So'. L.
| : "
party one moonlight a young girl whom : <, ; .:.:;:T > r- F-- .- .i ,
yifriwJg, among whom rumor as- the life-giying ,fluid. It is not only as. half of the lot on' Dnval street. This he is soon to,clairo) as his bride. Arriving contribute towards its cost. Five thousand 18,_ r ? i .s. i i '. .1
ftt.weretx-SheriffJJusb tin agent of convenience. aid a safeguard copies will be given away among -----. LJr.; -2. ? !i: i-l j
of Columbia building is three stories high, and is at the bridge ieldiugtoiE' Jacksonville "{ -71 r : 9 taW 1- ;
and ex-Aweggor in case of fires that we must regard visitors and residents throughout "the DRESS: GOODS'"D1nss: GOODS II Sat. *l 30.11 60 70 W Light euoo)
Lee (f Hamilton, divided into numerous and well arranged while the sick man halted to Sun.. w 7 30-iS 33 116 Calm -- .. Fje-/1' ... .
*ss State. It will contain information Look M.r. Mi6rst. Our prices neve* fail too'p&cue. ,
hea 46S utah 0. ;
a 70
the such but
a water supply, as a hygienic every 30.05
Brads and shot them both apartments adapted to requirements rest, two .drunken '. ,- .
colored men or (Only DeW and choicr dc.Ue px>ds ever of- o 3oj>5 7ft S Etesa o :Fir .
L'pen the final 1 capture of CarraJi assistant as well,'Whirh ,l>y promoting of a large school. There are three beasts, rather-came across the bridge, concerning the railroads and steamboats, f4clZ.Caflat : '- ,; I Moo. 13 7 3oox 6S 90 S Fresh ooo CTdy '

Ji nil friends threatened to burn the cleansing of our streets and school rooms for the girls, and .a room yelling-screaming, cursing and ,swearing all. l t and] 'J lodge .affairs i ,, .ihg :.II-U Fe&.1IDUIICT* CO. .-* ;. 9:1 .tI9.H isM :'76:r7JV.'71 SW. Gentle'c FreA ooo.on CTdy Clea } /j; ., .
.** the will retard weather record for the past year, a com? XOCNTRY JIRilS PROMPTLY SUPPLIED Tues, 34'j oos 47 71 NW Geatle ojo dear -
jail in or greatly in
Suwannee and lie is byways prevent which is' school for small boys like, demons, and 'passing by the ** 89.93J9 33 S. .Ge_deco- Fair .'
"JJtft down here for safe disease amongst us. We 'are 'glad to Each under tIle charge of a the prehensivo ,description of our whole With the best Groceries. in the 1kct by WnvRich., i Barometer cotrecteq lor.temperature.and devaooa.F1HST ,, ;
keeping. competent couple on bridge, turned suddenly; "Land find fef easkv cT: [ .- A' ffj/i 9 fl1 tf : '.
. fclf re be law. In thts State *a8cePt*' elate that this enterprise, which, when teacher; and from the :infant 'school., and threw,two bricks at them; one brick of Flowers i efiprf irwilV : : ._' ). I' J. "-' *"--" T '

ofenTorcenient and first proposed was regarded: as impracticable where the little ones instructed cover everything 'or interest worth noticing. ;- .THE PARENTS: .?_., NATIONAL BANK- -'- -. -2
prosecuting were, and struck a ..stanchion., the bridge the
: Of ai werf iEtmiUei purchase
who, knowing their duty dare to on account ol its cost, bas ,been amused at the_same time, 'to the departments other glanced and struck the young lady !' Our .baukers/lX. .: : $., AniUeiyUq. : Rich; Folk's regulated Block.Cay street. their groceries*&.ai ifS of OFFtcSRlbA.H I*"'. ,I.7
perform *, a sudden stop to this career taken in band by practical me with :for the more advanced pupils; we fn'the'side. ; the cowardly jbrpteft Ihen.ran { ., and the First National IJahfci the '- \ '. L .._ V---- ': '*' -VJ'..AJFAITH. \J" ,, .

f mad and Hood should be surely pat., the probability that our city will, before were pleased to see bow systematic away. but their" names have been ascertained Florida Savings Bank, and all the S .HOPE AND CHARITY. '. I- J\ SVJ. 'rj.j. ; tl,"
famed stacnch business men,ou Bay street are The bsL.buc8OC least k-boad-by buying Tkr tmfy .Kutun! Ba k fftnti! ,at Of Staff.Eachai .
-Ao.- long, he as for its supply of good everything wa The care bestowed and the who. gioctiiesfrpmj "i ,
gentleman .hid
A I the aiding its publication. A few more Rich.,_. .. .' .' ", < ,' io4>.tf"FIFE i I 'c..! .... .: 1
'northern' cities. A *
Pleaum water as are the '
Party I upon means making the hours ofstudy charge of the young lady is hunting ; onS winai mIVewToiksoIdanJExchange / I
Oat of tie company has been formed which bids pea6auL\and liealthfnl was also name's .are needed to enable the publisher :CASSIUERS AND TWEEDS. on all N.nhers>point bov Kt.- 3 .""-** .
them with
most ;
delightlnl of ; up, praiseworthy assiduity
parties : ; .
tlae""""" .M held at Mrs. DeCottes I fair to bV'a*"remunerative "to its! stockholders particular/} noticeable. The ',rooms a.doso of"buc'kshot'is the best medicine to defray the actnaljcost. jKbe 'Broadclothsl5alsorjrweeds ILnTnipTut l 'StjIiilT amf'Flne dsstmeres-Jean.*poeslun fbr boy's*. AT CURRENT.RATES. '_" _._. : -
.14ams 1Uee near hogan, Monday as it must be beneficial I in pointof though full, were not over-crowded, and fur such scoundrels if the police powers half of the enterprise, ie tope qur peq- c *-Best telecdoa. Lowest fi figures. DIRECTORS AND STOCXDO ZRS:.T i JPHILO .

It *ts one of tIe gatherings of health and security to tho public. the furniture: u of the most approved are unable, to, protect ,ttuotrendin per-I pie who keep first class boarding houses, I"t f ': At FC CBCOTT.Dxaaxacv a Co. Fwrip. JItJI CJ.A.Xi.11_Etq.. ,'.. '. C.I' .I
tile troIat de We trust that with the general introduction style and.every. other line supported by those Hall. McL '
14 trcme society and of in strong contrast with certain sons. Again, a, gentleman and ..lady TO RENT F Smaa'Y. A w4 ? .
eerie who winter with us will subscribe RuiiHCToK, K q., C. A. Fjmcwtu wq.V... ; ,
ntnzuely fashionable and arts- of water the organizing of a uncomfortable benches upon' which in were walking on JCewnan street crossIng Pleasant iurnisbed rooms ton be rented near the SAuL RSMISCTOK. Eq., DAIIDft GOWLZJp Eeq.. t
Iocrat1e. One fountain society similar to that l id'Philadelphia school cheerfully. The charge ia only $10 for St.James Hotel Address Lockjbpz 7, P..O. to-aS W.C SqciaBS,'I sq.; w.sLBot.uc.kaq. .
peculiarity of die ladies'"the our dnys we spent many a weary Monroe, three blocbfrom police '> .'t..f 'I
book and the investment ScptaDbeu6.1174"I' t. '
in the
will It has *
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old but now revived hour. headquarters, when a party of hallgrown NO RING? LOW PRICES hONESTY : '
tile r been proved that these drinking fountains i The school) divided into 'three !:ninst certainly pay. The Guide will De Is the Rich's ? KEEXfe '- I '{ r? ; :
ILe 1odering the hair, which ha* year white, .boys .came along swearing motto at cntporiunu iou tff" L. .'
distributed all hotels and public places
1d'&lI at O
*'e of causing a girl fifteen did more to arrest the spread of term?, and the course of instruction corresponds I loudly and hideously in language CAJU2JI ; ,
"' old in th;; State and on all boatson the Su '
intoxication than the ,
to like temperance societies somewhat to that fit the* JOIt"or"Gomorra A&650'11..5mit's Muoe Rooms and the finest ,
only for
I 1m7 appear a matron offcfJnrt adopted ? : see BAY ST2EET... JACKSONVILLLA.. ..._. .-, ....
John''rher. Leave orders with L Ii- '
One"oungand the churches and the crusaders the high schools in the large towns at Once more two colored men. evidently your Organ ever OB eJcWtMtJoaJnTthiaty. ix>i8tf '
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"ery Dealer ia ><*
CVtlenan informed us that he combined. We wish ,we had room fora 1he Ji orth. Music and French'are also I intoxicated,swaggered up Ocean street. Mr. Edwards, or for him, atCJ-t. .:jWatber -; : .. ;- : { -I- t '""*""!
heed IMlORTANT."On .
sC's. Book store the work: MILLI-ER Y : .
a qudnlle in' a. set In which longer extract but must content our- taught by competent instructors. There brandishing clubs' and using imost profane ': soon as and after this date credit at my bar and restaurant .. -. -- *. .

? tJiree brides the partner of our: sell with this quotation from 'President are four music teachers and the num. and indecent langu g Where, out next month. wtlt be refiikcd to aO persons. without distinction. FANCY- AND DRESS GOObS1 ( .

6&M ei *M the Bother of one of tho Swonn'ft address: ber of pupils in the music class is now in all these cases .wete''" the .{JoKcef} 1: t J sI10. t 1't t Teri.sttrctlipsh..Jacssouvic1xioy.!t4ti.tj4.1 '. Fa'f' :B: a.i.awe.L u .J I.

i and Mr.- dechare that she: In looking back to the period when tweuty- ... Ample time is allowed to They were down on Jiay street, wherea ,/1.. .rr '_ -_-_: '_ Has ju t'received' from New Yoikii fiiB assonawftt of

,;; q quit ** young at any of) the, fountains were not known In our streets each for both instruction and practice.We number of them were afterwards see n -Reu the notice of the City Tax Cot- STUPENPO'SSACRIFICES I thcabove'acdMli, ,_t. '; JT'I'JJj ',k.- \ "<31'''" .' ',.

;:;.iies Ia4les. all being very grey. .The what in a contrast the comparative dots our luxury ci'y now convenience present -- noticed .five pianos distributed in chatting politics with friends at_the lector.- ? ..:.-. :; > X. .'Ddy1.1otiand ji-i4tT; ; w*ttutt CHEAT nly_SOCTHCKX disposed oat BAZAAK.the I LATESt;S-tyttS .- .r\Sl IOiS.., : i- ,

;I.aie 1\'ore their hair 4 14 Pornp4/lJar. and moral condition of her people the different parts of the Convent, street corners! A pretty state of things, :a -Seethe price list in A.K.Percival's .

Lr Hugginl' band. For a thoro ;Dow* find drunken men as in wherever there happened to,be a room indeed] What is our police force, for? advertisement on the fourth,page. .- NOTICE. AUo.&''- ,.ofcsaadgckcsapfa . .:.} ; ,
PJlla onable and exclusive former days, staggering about from suitably situated for the purposes of Do they to extend protection to BCCKT will pJedge to teO Oathiog,Gentkatn's Underwear .. .:1 4l." .. : -
an !. &re gatbtte door 'to door disgusting the more respectable propose .: _Wm.Rich baa on sale the new syrup ,Blankets.Overcoats Ooak ,Talma*.CoTerlets. ,' ,KI1J, LOV.t.S. "I..Ai 'f" 'iI '
; ened. informed, it could not be classes of society by their profanity musical, pra iee. : quiet citizens, or are ihX latter to,be, left of which'we made mention in our last .Trunk*. ..Silk ad Fw HatsV and'myrjada '' .-.' .- ;, .,

1rita4 So our young and brilliant; impure language and abandoned Four French Sisters teach their mother-, to defend themselve We regretwe'deplore Mr. B of other articles too nnmcrota to mentioa 'U rrrjjrmfritn. 'Uy stock having bceap i lM" 'iorcecM'ya4iBik"
I being gham' agent. '
n. G. inform of the tongue in itll1ative'puri A fact which the thought citizens ,.\ .1' *'n.r4rf"- of being sold at exceedingly.. ,., ,. ,.. ..
of .
find ,
let UI, for we were profliacyP Do we any wore relapsing _: our good ". :_ ; r.' ." .' 'd: .i" .. ;
La,4td.; : fever In the southern portion.of is,worth considering by those -who desire being compelled takff'the, J jaw .into _9o\ to 'McCJenny'j* stables for a .-: 'OXLY.CALL.i ; /I: -.1| \ "f. **- .. -LOW 4RICE&C1TUATJON -. ---f ,. >. -s ; ,

.! our city which before the ;erection of 'that their daughters should acquire their own hand, bat if the police foice'fci :horse and carriage to attend the races at as others ban done,and be eoavicce4 |So1tcsPer" j .;;; ', .., ._ ..'fJl .." -.,. .. .. .. ., .

J-ffl'tJ"'ltotk A. rercirai hu Purchased Cfaas. hood drinking, earned fountains off thousand In 'that of the neighbor-poor rDo this very desirable accomplishment not adequate to give !thcm. 'protection, I if oncrief Spring. next Friday Polite Bargains aad csa attentive be"btaiDed.salesmen arod b with>wait gteaierw'"every itctloo.oie, '.'Z4-CattSn4i, -',- --_._ '_-'. '117.4_-_--_._ .,

ed them of boot and shoes andcorner we see, as in former days our business Ornamental needle-work, embrodery, the law of nature justifies them in defending 'The colored people attached to the great and T aGUo\t'S4JtrraDJI CWAAK.T WANTED:''' /: ;
4 b# to hb stor ,. of languishing for the want of more and the making C bee themselves. A few more nes'I ""4tfv
I and Ocean .t Wand artificial Catholic Church of.the Immaculate Conception 'i : : \::: A&CDI'aa.aa WH cl.- ,,ASou .'.
.In* streets 2dr. Jdl'rt'YI I activity in the many poor horses suffering flowers are given large share of atten .of this kind.and, ,no-gentleman will venture are about getting rip a nice'fair ;;. ., JAck.iACEt t JACK LACE t tirA ._ saiveirides aad Jiam- bad many ye rf ipnite c 4a -
jt a fronD exhauftion and excessive thirst, racbiziudciiiI&a sUuauoa M tcackcr ct'iSc Lad*"'_ -
iplendid ttsortpvrat of MW style JacVLace.
Jtore. Jo 1Ir. Ptreival'I and often blocking up the highways by{tion. Some of Lb e.specimens shown us on' the streets at night" ,without' being ofth. sir own, in which we hlp'ibejm low figures. Call at .' -' ; very andGrc klaasiiage_as pi 0'ua 1MdIafactIar7 &at s
,' thetr bodie-r, ,- ...... : ,v- were'very beautiful and accurate' well armed and'we shall thus be brought meet with r Tiiir "*''will be ftom-Jtcd., JlcUUa '
:Z' .J.f7 dying or dead copids ? every juccesa. ? :n-itif. FtncKcorr.BCXSMCT Co. .1. TEACHER J-ew; !xw*a offic*. si
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.. P OST.OFFICE NOTICE.. PRINTING. ;' : t.VV !;; 'I.' .; V ..,'.MISCELLANEOUSFXORJDA V '. .n.. I) V V I'. ". .',..I'- MISCELLANEOUS. ;: .r, t '''-'-4-- ---..,2

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.! F. A. McMANUS, ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP MAILS. r..V., ,, ..I., .> : ; : V V V j .IIIsat.UNKOOS VV

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aPJv*. CLO&*.. THE NEW SOUTH i '-1 "I E
(Rk1id,.BaItI-n ,) Northern and Western,daily twit A. ... lfO.. M. V V ) SAVINGS TH 'R E P ? :
.. ; : ,BANK .. ,
Fernandina-and Florida Rail. ,.i', . .'..n ." V "J .j 'I'f : ; _

iiPAil: ? < O P 'i Pl\YSiCIA1l\ road daii,_.._ __ 10:" A". .xx..,". -I \ V '. '. V A; .nRST SS' "?R. I "
Saint Augustine and Palatka, .. JcB': ;AND': BOOK' ;PRINTING : AND REAL ESTATE rEXCtIANGE.fncorporated V : VV hbLahed Nt-WSP U
lube .
.. Has Moomureet tooted In Jaclwnvnie) Office and residence Key dailySMinday;JtU'rivClCWI"J*czcepted8oq MOB. p. *. .7.00: .. ... '!f! '. V V [ July Cth;'i J4.J: -- 'trecta,New EenneuBudingNa... :", V .Qc .."_';.....

,- 4 the 011 uf M ,between Laura and Pine street*. ia Uy_....._...__ .-, 10:.* A. MV 'ESTABLISHMENT. V \ V : V V i ,
rear ; .
'.. r* Mcadcr.on'.boarding-hou. o.a6cC dotes every Thursday.- t oo i. ... V oFnc IN'LbVERIDGESVB1JILDING V ,oCEAN. STREET.: V I', :! )
Enterprise MdonriUe. faneS V V V V JACJCSOWVILLB. FLA 'S ,
VV 1874. / perye. ,by mail
,ROBINSON! & CO. Point arrive Tuesday and NOTICE Is hereby given of the Incorporation of TL FbrttUSavinf* 8mak*.*4. ;1tlnZ*;; xcif,' .,' -- 3 Cents pet copy., J.ceat* "."-k.J
... caarlar.
.GL.: : ,I Saturday_.._:"'.__i-i- <' 4:30.. M. I'.oo: A. M.. \ principal place: business la the city oTJacVoonvUie. V V .
: ,RuL : .. Fort Ceorg*Yellow Bluff and The proprietors are prepared to execute order ,for The design of the.Florida Savings Bank.Is to afford to.those who eve lesiroo*of saving their V"V money I I V '
i.iw : ESTATE!: AND INSURANCE BROKERS J.IaPDn ,arrive* :.Tuesday.' .. every description of* V means of sa dy employing it at a good rate Interest,to bs inated.underthe, direction well-known citizens. WMOL0ALX QlpHM'AT.OATAmAMff. J THE. ,'REPUBLIC

c. L. M.wBimuff t. and ..:oG P. ... AT HOME in home securities well-known value. V V '' V :
!5I Att'yatLawaodU.S.Comm'r. W. WMmISY leave Wednesday and Saturday BAMK HOOKS.-The regular hours for transaction pf business shall be from 9 clock a. m. to 3 o'clock p. m. : ROBINSON CostainsV

: Notary Public.Agency _____... OOO A. M PLAIN ORNAMENTAL. PRINTING. daily except Sunday and holiday and oo Sm urday until 7 o'clock p. m.' V VV V ALL
The Manhattaa Life lasuraace Company ol St. NlcboIu---_.. 10:00 A. M. 10:00: A.JI DId'OSITS.-PePoalb will be entered in the books of the corporation and also In a book to be given to the de WHO lsus&BtTAIL : TiiE.NEws.oy THE-.DAY.
New Vork. r 'VSuch positor:: This bode will be evidence of his her .
.4 OFFICE or property. When moneys are withdrawn, this book must be .
*.uet.19.009046a.t: Undivided ; HOURS. :r: as BUSINESS CARDS VV brought to the Bank to have the payment entered.: c Depositors take the DRUGGIST Being' complete la all its Department ,
3. surplus r.666,6z6.p. The poet-office will be I may out money themselves or, in fast b. and7 finLfc
% open daily V ,
(Sunday excepted) of absence be prompt and ample
.. or sickness,it will paid to their order witnessed and report of
; .Joel V I IVIS properly accompanied book.
from I ... by the
A. M 104 P. and from 6:30: to .. Depos Hoes/ Block St.
The office .ill be 7-30: p. nXG CARDS. I its will be repaid& at any time when called for.when there is sufficient amount In the uninvested otherwise : V ,. Bay ,
open on Sundays from. III to z:30 at the earliest practicable period in de order in wWch be treasury ; VV V ; V cir INTELUGESCt
1 I N. BETTES o'clock: p. ... V they may called for JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA' ,
J The central and box rfelivcr'e WEDDING CARDS. IIfTUBST.-lnterest at the rate of'5Cven and three-Uaihs per cent(or two cents per day on"f 100))will be paid FOREIGN AND'
... ; will be open at all annually' all which shall have DOMESTIC
times during the regular hours, when the mails V upon deppfclts V remained ti.mont V or more in,the. Bank,to be added. .annually I CO"POtnrDurG REE'I\-
V V n sc
: rt > PHYSICIAN received cUuribuied. except V 1 BILL'HEADS. V to the principal oftheDeootitOf.V V V V V irnoj s A STIXIALTT. V AND POLITICAL AND
AND being
I '. "" ., ACCOUNTS UNCALLXP FOB.-Any account: to which nothing shall\ be added and whch shall have'remained 1 EVI.'irs,
r MONEY ORDER OFFICE. r' LETTER HEADS. uncalled for for seven yean,shall cease to bear interest. V V V IN ALL QUARTERS. -

L Jacksonville. Fla. Money orders are Issued at this office payable.1 any V V .' : V 'ACCOUNTS PATAIU TO Huai.-.If,pertons die Vwho ...*money V in this Savings Bank,the money will be ., Through Its Special
: t OrriCE HovRS-Krom 8 CH 9 a. m.and it till s p.m. pan of the United Slates and -lio orders payab'e ia V CIRCULARS. paid to their legal repreaen tlYCI. J Ocean'able.= CohapoodeJIb.. byTai,1, III
I j OmcE aND REsioENCE-Corner Ocean and Monroe Great Britain, !>ooYo'itaeriand and Germany. 1 he oJlowIng STER.S.j: !>*, ',' BANK BOOKS.-Although the officers.wQl endeavor) by all possible means to prevent V frauds' yet t'an pay. ]. ,HOLLAND, ; V .

streets. 676mNORTON l lI are the rate commission t V. ments V to persona producing the bank-books shall be valid payments to discharge the corporation.... : .J'. Sp dal tare: Wm '

___ _ __ Tbe money order office/ wilt be open from 9 A. ..tu BRIEFS* benefit CHILDREN'S EKDOWMIKTS. nta or guardians of minor children: may'deposit money as trustees foa'the: VV. V V Burcausat betoken to render the R
1:)0 p. ..and from 3 to 4 p.M., V I the ;such !minors. ti1 they become of.age,interest.upon which may. J>e withdrawn,annually or added to .WATCHMAKER AND V
& KOOKER V PAMPHLETS; principal. V : V .
DOMESTIC Momnr ORDERS. H SPECIAL ENDOWMENT PLAN.-Deposits In the Florida Savings Rank amounting to $70 during each: for a : 'JEWELER, : ; WASHINGTONAND: ALBANY.

HEAL: ESTATE DEAl EkS I On orders not exceeding JUo, 5 cents. V. BLANKS OF ALL .KINDS. term often years will secure the depositor a cub payment of$1,000 at the end of the term, or proportionately year Complete interesting: and thoroughly reliable.FINANCIAL
t r comer Ocean and Bay Over f to and not on smaller or larger annual In Comer Pine and Bay Sts. VV
t .tTtI. Jacksonville Florida.. exceeding, 10 cents. deposits. case of inability to complefe the tea annual payments, the depositor '" ... .. ., ,
I Money loaned Real Over$29 and not exceeding 130, z 5 cents can withdraw the amounts already paid in,upon g'ring"'three months' notice together with the accrued interest NEWS'
l Life and Fire Insurance on Estate security. General Over f 30 and not exceeding f 40, to cents. COLORED PRINTING AND GILT WORK. thereon. This plan,unlike ordinary life insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture of previous .JAcKSONVILLE FLORIDA. V Vo ;.
I lands Agents and dealers in Pine Over$40 and not exceeding: 150. 15 cents.FOXEICN ., .- and offers a safe and easy method providing a handsome endowment for U e future of children payments, Such as the traMaCtinM oth(Stock
Plantations&e. parents; ,friend iaBjeOS
I Springfield suburb a or the depositor! V ... Market. Banking. Insurance
specialty. -
individually. SeciaIdepoaits be : :- : and
Correspondence solicited$ MONET ORDERS., .. not to withdrawn for ten years,.will entitle the :depositor to V VV other mtereMs Z
3 sSswtfTC7M. On orders not exceeding'io. > -. a certificate for ttnttlt tin*te* cents. Complete
j LOANS. All
\ & Over>io and not moneys received on deposit shall be invested In first mortgages on real and.,personal property In 'Newewdry, Clocks, Watches -
; ARTHUR A. WRNEV.ATTORNEYS exceeding Jao, 50 centt. V NEAT' this State of at l least double the value,or In other ample collateral ieuntiet.V V V V V V V ,
Over f so and not exceeding f 30, 75 cents.. PROMPT. REAL ESTATE.-This corporation will act as trustees tor the V ,'Diamonds, Plated and I' VV LITERARY INTELLIGENCE AND
; Over 130 and not exceeding 140. '1.00. and of purchase and sale,of real. estate or t the renting. REVIEWS.
p management estate and property generally. V V :V V V V V ,' Solid Gold V
and SilI V VV Criticism
on Miale the
I V 'J. S. ADAMS Postmaster.' GUIS' :EMILE: : MOURGEON! JAMES HJ.PAINE, SAM'L SPEARING. V JONATHAN Cv; V CREELEYi:.VFrcsidcnt. ',, V ver' .Ware. etc. '' regularly given,impartially, Drama.prepared Painting byTIIEEDITORIAL prWed-t.: \riII_
October .
Jacksonville, 10, 1874. L !, Yicc-Pr sidellL ". V .. 'Treasurer.REAL f '" J'QI.' :
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.4 ;i STREET.:: NO. 330 \ V V VV ," V I' ".' '.", .

; : ; WASHINGTON CITY. ,THE CENTRAL SALESROOMS From Paris, France,lately Foreman of the S..tetl. I V .. i While distinctly; DEPARTMENT-.

-- Island Dyeing establishment).. ,. V ,. V DIAMONDS. PEARLS. AND {PRE and rendenitg *n recognitlng earnest and the political princfcles rf
l I : CIOUS !STONES SET V countent support to the
t : ; V NEW DYEING AND SCOURING ESTABLISH. J Republican partyjwOJ.. with competent,
J.B. MENT. : V V coouibutors take Ike more general! hue of unaiiId
HOUSE. ", ESTATEVe.: duty that belongs to a complete
4 \ V newspaper
t ATTORNEY AND Ladies and CCnt e en'l Wearing Apparel, .:V Address

I ';I.j' ,. COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Bay Street,near Laura .V Lace Curuins.tLace. Shawls.V V A FOE SALE BT.THE :< I Initial..Letttn ,Monogram*, and V; TilE. REPUBLIC.' V

h .,. \! -Office in the Freedman JACKSONVILLE FLA. and other fine fabrics most carefully: cleaned V and ryed. FLORIDA. SAVINGS. BANK AND! REAL. ESTATE 'EXCHANGE -Fancy Engraving-done: in VV 10-21 Nr.w rQrkVckT.

new Bank Bufldngcorner! V FORSYTH STREET. between Newnan and Mar. *. 'en
Pine and Forsytb Streets.Jacksonville, Fla. PUBLIC! .SALE every SATURDAY. V 6".WI ket streets.V V j-i6-tf ': .V ... .' artistic manner. .; ., .VV -4
o '.j'n', The"Aflen"property,one of the finest resideness 'I In the State,with ao acres of land 09 the shell road V TilE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH
; mile from the one ,,
'If' Beautiful river I -
poete4lice. front, boat.bousela"le .
grape viney rd, 100 orange trees,handsome .

.t-;:,.-1; \?V.a.. ANNO, THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S CELEBRATED than House cost,: has on easy 19 rooms terms finished, to close throughout an estate:in the best manner. Double. piazzas. Will be sold at less. Standard 'time by Chronorne.V ., ',

!t f' '4 : i" I! A tract of 58 acres of land one mile northeast of the city near the MoncriefSpnng shell road.V Well located ,: ter' rated EXTRA
: :1 s ATTORNEYAT.LAW: i>r buildiag lots or market garden Price 117.50 per acre. by transit V ., V TRIBUNE JtfO..
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I 't': : The" Riverside House," Brooklyn, ten minutes walk from the of V the' V V j V observations. .'. ,
center city. One acre of ground V ':r J.:
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Office in Reed' Block Bay Street. SILK TWIST.V contains 18 rooms, in first-class l order. Price,including furniture, '10.000 V OW'Rca4yCON }
f '.i/o-f' : Several houses and lots, well located in the city Jacksonville. ."
} I f I 7MltIMViF"'rul... i .' '. ON ASTROSOK ,
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This company now having In full operation at Newark New Aciirr FUR Till CH.IBRATKD '. / sirRICHARD
Jersey the .liD
: f 1 .....11: C. L. ROBINSON -.. world propose to furnish a superior article: of Silk Twi..tAT largest SILK.: WORKS in 1 the V J.'H.'' NORTON' ; S-H.. KOOKER.- CouKvoisint WATCH "V V- V ,'. MR. A. PROCTOR.,

: : ; .. V '., GREATLY V : Attorney al Law and Notary Public.NORTON V V V VIV V '. V L THE. Sn .
; .. V.. i 111 I I. COMETS
; V & KOOKER. ANT Mrrxous.'.
..J c ;. Also. NOTARP'JIIUC.. and COMMISSIONER For the convenience: of the public this celebrated Twist is VV ,, K EARNEY'SFLUID V IV. THE Moon.
", :,.t:.;:oIIt' Office: No. a Masonic Block. IIV PUT UP ON SPOOLS OF DIFFERENT SIZES, V : V ;VI. Bum AND GROWTH o.THE Soi &* Srrrw,

I: -h: 'J O. WRIGHT V The finest quali being thereby offered .. V 'REAL V ESTATEOF EXTRACT. V The Extra also contains lectwro: delivered astbq.
A y on spools in quan-titieS' demon School on Penikese Island,but
.. never be"JIIb", ,
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:i; Reeds Block Bay St. The above unequaled twist Is manufactured especially for the ol all : T. FIRST LEMONS
.Jacksonville Fla. ue kinds of sewing machines and GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS V TO THE AXDEBSON SCHOOL.
tl'/ : : for different machines through: the untry arc using this twist in large quantities, and as agents representing. the following companies The: only known remedy for II. THE ART OF TEACHING.:
fl' } ;' Will practice in the different cours of the SetaL Col. : V V III.TH. BEST BOOKS TO STV Y.
I I\\J. lection dromptly attended V V V IV. CLAASIFICATION
i., combined assets of over : V. GLACIAL.HISTORY or THE Cos
: t A. t-ATTISON. A. R. ....It. offered to the trade all those about to purchase will do well to send for our price list. V V. CONTINENTAL OF NEW YORK I V DISEASE, VI.'NOTABLE WORDS ON' VAaJovs.TOPlcs.T1NVT..

MANhATTAN OF NEW YORKPENN. } 87 000 The Proctor-Agassiz Extra takes the number and
: L PATTISON & MEEK 000 And a positive remedy for place: in THE- TRIBUNE,Extra Series of the "Credit
: V OF PHILADELPHIA,, Mubilier Extra.**and ,will hereafter be substituted for
THE that in the Library for One Dollar** unless
: ,, States te tlt
V ,10 cents
V ; to one &
J . ., SPECIALTY. DIABETES, DYSPEPSIA twenty) copies .$ .
Office. ReQua'i building, Jacksonville. V **; '-The Series of THIBUWE
I Fla. 14 Extras,
now pub&h.
V .S VVJ We'give below a' few ofthe many choice places for sale by'us : NERVOUS V DEBILITY I:ed Dollar,by mail to any address i t UDit(atC for Oo

giving .
iF ) p E. JOHNSON M. D., "f:' '0. V No. 73.Hotel: Tw -story house on Ashley'street, near St. No. 105. Dunlawton Plantation: on Halifax/ river DROPSY, t free.Crcuar:: TWE Tanuwx TRm. >

1. L. James pleasantly; situated, in one of the best seven miles north of Mosquito .
?' .. ,:IHt' neighborhoods in the city; house Is new,with six rooms, 1.100 acres inlet,at Port Orange; NON-RETENTION. OR INCONTINENCE *3 Now is the.time t subscribe for THE
acres rich hammock OF
,. HOMOEOPATHIC: 1,150 ,lying roiJe W.m1
;. plenty of closets, and good servants URINE, IRRITATION TEIHOTIE. Single copies
t room: lot 5>H* from river 50 acres high,shell land INFLAMATION. one year$a
,, .1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. V .:.... V J I". V shelled 105 feet, good in fence. good sidewalk, and the street the river bank. having iron of about,one immediately fourth mile on OR ULCERATION, OF THE. to of on ar.. ft each,'and extra CJ&1'bin te getter-im cpi
: grapes bearing; a fine lot of young orange with Urge frame Specinnn copies free.
two-story house
.. Office In Mitchell's new building, north side of V ',w'.4U- _* V tree; flowers and shade trees growing thriftily; good finished; bouse commands view of the 18 river rooms and, needy ocean AddreSS 'IRa Tizmi. Now-York
Bay well with back .
., street, between Newnan and Market ; H. VV pump on which is covered with and is surrounded with large bearing, BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
streets, nearly r flowering vinci. Will be told cheap. orange trees. ,
i : opposite the Post Office.: ;. some 75 V to 100 in number: good welt,and a cistern EW YORK V
-igotl :IJ- N) B. To capitalist: "dcslrln(a big thing.',' there thxt" holds f.aoo gallons,in yard; thoroughly ditched N TRIBUNE.HAVE .

.A. 4 '." Is I a fine opening Springfield; a Jew thousand dollars and drained; canal from uiur-house running to the '. i V

1 A.A.. KNIGHT, .! :i-: ; will go a great way just now. For particulars, enquire river for transportation of crop; immense quantities of SPERMATORRIIcEA1'V WE TWO BRAINS!
"V I ,) Norton & Kooker, Ocean and streetl.w1d! trees the V
: '. Pv <. corner Bay orange on place: the;sod Js.S1mllu; to the Dr. C.
: : V I V No. 74. AflAxosowl RESIDENCE FOR S.U.-SIX" V best 'iugar.lands of Cuba, to which itI is fully equal : V LeucorrhoM or Whites. Diseases of the ALCOHOL E Bn-requm.
:, .Prostrate
ii V _ _ V )1 A POISON
; V limestone is abundant. Gland Stone in'lha I
9 ATTORNEY AT LAW, l large rooms and kitchen,double bay window on the ibis place U really one of the BUlder.Colculus.Gravel. or Brick .

V west, large double parlors,double piazza on the south, fore choicest the places in Florida,- and_was known as such be dust Deposit and Mucus or Milky Discharge! Dr.Wr A Ham

: No. Hoegs Block, up stairs : commanding one of the finest views in Jacksonville; war. THE V por LONGFELLOyir. _
'" windows filled with four lights 4O-inch glass and -
j hung N. B Do
with cords you want a snug winter home, with V James T.Fields
3-5&wly Jacksonville. Fla. V floor with blinds weights all on pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flowers,in t lurid f You can get a ; U.S..SURVEY OF THE .
; : casings are finished with mould- a beautiful lot feet KEARNEY'SEXTRACT WET
AGAIN l Ing and oiled and varnished, making a beautiful finish: healthful and within(70x156 ten minutes, .Springfield walk ot the, high and > (With Map) Uner UcUL G. M.Wheeler.
A. BUESING, TRIUMPHANT. ceilings: high,wall hard finished,open stairs, double oa wbid to make it,for 125. For particulars enquire, THE HORSE IN AMERICAV!
'I .nt glass, front doors, mortice lock on every door to house; Norton & Kooker. : : V V '
I : china closet, storeroom,plenzycclmAhes-premea.bath- r 'BU.CHU: I (Illuslratdd.) ,Discoveries by Prof. O.C. Mini
Respectfully : the V
,. attention of the ddten and met room hip roof with from No. A V AT era. V
t L chaut tote KRAUTIFUL ; cupola which a charming 119. tract of'SS acres; 60 acres cleared ham SAFE
.r SOAP he manufacture 133,254 MAJORITY.V view is 10 be had of the the river and mock: land fine front .
It Is the best surrounding on St.John's river; two miles Permanently ) Iron
Washing, Barber and Toilet cure all Diseases of the' Uustted steamer*that
t made. This is Soap ever country : three lots, making 157Z209 fret; good well: uf (acksonvi le. This b one of the most desirable rivet ( .111n
4:! 'r and bars. Soap put up In boxes containrc So Ibs young shade trees started: Haifa mile from postoffice.the vicinity of Jacksonville. Will be divided; The interesting Lectures and Letter*.. a c
4 90 STATISTICS For sale ifdesired. LADDER: KIDNEYS ul of the important Papers read the
J. Orders should be addressed to OF SWORN SALES FOR 1873 : at a bargain. ". V V AND DROFSI meeting of the of at

A. LJESINGBoz 721, No. 96. ,A large two story house with ten large No. 146. Six acres on Arlington river,adjoining the CAL SWELLINGS Vj i ington, and a Nato Ibe AccY of the Sciences at Wa
t.41 rooms thoroughly built and finished metng o
S-ifef ; in
fi..t.ratCitylc Florida
Jacksonville ria. Companies. .Sold in Home.containing the old vineyard. For sale ental Society at Boston,, published in full Via
with I a
r Companies. Sold in 1873. twelve feet ceilings; one acre of ground covered at a barga'n Existing; in j
,: EX IRA No.
THE men
SINGER...__ ,women and TRIBUNI 19. Price in form
____ 32.444 American, B. H_____...:..._ 14,182 with fruit trees and flowers t pleasantlY.JocateG; within children. ,so cents or seven for set a
I MCLAUGHLIN \\'bcc'er'ilso ._ __.. _. five minutes walk'of the railroad: depot. Price'IOooo No. 147.. MmtoroLiTAH HOTEL. This
hotel is
RICHARD -- 119.180 B&: Ho.e_ .___:__ ; V full detail*.of the Co tents
Domestic 13,019 f 4,500 down.Balance on long time if dcs J"ed. centrally located,built of the best retch NO MATTER o a
_.____ : brick and i WHAT
: __._ THE EXTRAS free by mail.THE .
1 s REAL ESTATE AGENT, Grover& Baker___._ 40.114 Remington Empire..__._____ 9,183 No. y:>." '.400 acres: i HI Orange county;_one; mile from- a first-class house ia every respect., For prices and AGE|

fi ____ 85.179 Florence:,..VV." ,______ '8,960r Mclooviile. Price, Js per ae.V terms. apply, to Norton' & Kooker., WEEKLY T RI BUN E
Weed__ V ,
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!acka.uvilfr.Fk.jda. ___ .i_ ti.76o Davis?, __..;..;_VV. ,__ 8,86. Extract Steel says: "One bottle of Kearn.-y's Fluid

All sorts of Real tate bought and sold; Money It I- Wilson..__ --_ .-__ ii,247 Victor ____. ___.._;_ 7,44* Call otfor write to n',and state your wants:' : V V V combined.Buchu" IS worth more thdO all other Buchu V The farmer's'Favoritt Paper,

\rezted. Taxes paid.Titles examined. Howe-.---_.____ No returns Bices_,...._.-,;..-..,......,....._... 3.458 V OFFICE COR. OCEAN AND BAY STS..J tKSO VILLE,'FLA. V: ,V' V V V V V V until Jan. 1.1875.for'|.> V

.. ,j54_; REFERS BY ntRKissioii, to William Astor, Eq.. Cold MedaJ__________ .16.43 Secor._ .____ .4-__..- 3,430 'JKf-Visitors !welcome., LatespapersonfiIe.; i ; > V. V V 'I 'j' _' \ ., ,8-ia6m,', Dollars.Price One Dollar.per Bottle.. ,.or'Six. Bottle for Five Add THE TRm. York.
New WIlcox > *
York &Cibbs_
rJt-Gov. i
I : A. C. Curtin. Bcllefonte. Pa ; _______ 15,881 Etna.J.; E. Bramesdorf. __._
t Lewis H. Redner, Philadelphia; W. Stokes Ioy d.I 3,08. "V f. V V V V .V IV ,. 0" 1 V "V -
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j Philadelphia; D.G.Ambler.Banker Jacksonville. hi I. V A. V .DEPOT. ,o..DUANE. ST..'NEW.YORK. PI9SPECTUS- "
V .
Henry Tucker, boston. Mass. j-aB-iy-pd OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE< V O.HUSSEY.. V V V. V V JNO.. W.HOWELL'V :; V V
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t : DOBBINS & 1VERSON, Embodies New and Essential P.Inclples-'SI..1pli Construction: Ease of Operation; Uniformity V of Precise V V : ,.: and.A give Phvuicwn advice. ia&rJ attendance*. V VV to answer V correspondence V ,_ NEW YORK WEEKLY, HERALD
Action 'HOWElZ .1 I :1
!3. at any Speed; Capacityf Range and Variety of Work, Fine or Coarse :EUSSEY! & t V V _
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... : 9-s At the lien! of the BIG LOCK. ; ,. t, '. urday. a five cents p copy.priCCV .Jle'fS

2 L. COAN Besides the" WORLD'S FAVORITE." we keep constantly large supply olCLARK'S ,&. FINDI'NGS., ::1. ;' .;' ,One Copy, .. V ,., ', .< |?

,- ... W. f OF.BOTH Three Copies; .-V ;; ; S
SPOOL COTTON. Jour spools for twentj-6ve cent,. V V Five Copies, .. ; ._ ,3
TWIST, from twenty-five complete assortment'of New CHARGE' 15
I cents: up.-1l she and colors. and 'Philadelphia( ] : fine FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL- V
AND MACHINE TWIST. 100 yard(pool*;s rorV2scntsj; so yard snoos.( 3 for 15 cents. Goods"always on, hand. V V : TATION.. Postage five cents per copy ft>r t
SINGER'S LINEN>AND Any larger ,addressed ont .
FLAX Dumbr

': '. ,Sole agents in Jacksonville 'for Samuel An extra ec wU be ,
Office la. SOLAR YE'S BLOCK. Dimbar: &., Co.'s D..J. B. DYoTT.. graduate Jefferson Medica sent to every db often
: Misses'and Children's Fine CotlegePhiladclphia,author of several! valuable TWet copies t on ad. year $15. u
,' ;. V Sho works number
s. at
Corner BAY.and PINE streets .VV The ( V canbeconsulted on all diseases of the V I prce.
t ---- ----- Singer I ar Urinary Two copies will .of
t .f Manufacturing' Co.. .Goods c rean*. (which be baa et sent
r.: f Jacksonville, Fla.TOHN .. sent by,mail or express' to all parts of the State.. either In male or female, no matter,from an especial what cause tudv or.' )) est publication re make in the tie WEEKLY HEJLALD

; ;, < 0 No. )72' BUOUGIITON ST., SAVANNAH GA.' : : V- V V V V r;V V Iginadng or of how long standing .A practice of V Terms cash in
: V enables him 30 sent by mail wQ
: C. years V
N .1 : ; UR.OWN V Say Street near Laura treat diseases with .Oc b
'; ;: ,, i V V ; ; V Jacksonville. ,. Flo. guaranteed Charge success. Cure I at the risk of the sender. -
j'. t. C. A. voaubJzEgGEORGE ,-:. caa forward letter reasonable ;Those at a distance ,A generous portion of the WEEKLY HERALD will bVt
t : m, describing: s\mptoms and eock, inz
FRAZIER, Agent : stamp to pay ; V appropriated urAgricuIaire; 10rch.,.Fk/ricnluire
ST. VV I !I.
". AND COMMISSION ,, : FOR Pomology and the.

.t-I.. ..' I. :: 1 -.7tf J. JACKSONVILLE, FW Jri.\. t -.' 1 : Scnd".t. .. 't'M.J':: ': .u..t .... UL Particular_ .attention. will be paid c to Rer ai de
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4 '1.. FRUITS. VEGETABLES. V ESTABLISHED .. If you wl h a genuine article la the f Cigars V L I THE SCHOONER The aim will be to make the Wnxl HEEALD superior
GROCERIES. PRO- 1868. > I .." rJVVPV -. I jo way B. : to other
> DYOTT any
.e;. d .. ]. At; D. &family newspaper
1 VISIONS.CROCKERY V .' 0, I I Vt. ,;, tbeccintry. agt
,.t V h..j. Wines.Liquors & V
V VV trf' c. : f V !! : V 'I :'"' :; V" Magnolia: Physiciaa.and Surwon, 104 Duane St.Nj Y. Every number of the Wa.KY H&uL.i contain
: V select
I. ., Bayctrtet. II.'. |f : ; '" :; V "J''TOcNI" VV a story and the lat len

l ,;>r A'K .PERCI'.w'.j'E"tH:J ; >1'!. ?- V. ..j'. -'. .VVV .- >ii 'j' .. by telegraph from an! pans 01.tb* world up t the
4 : FAIRBANKS .' \ ; i.c ,,' V Will make regular trips Trunk*aod valise* o irinbuuua. : V _
I SAMUEL V u' .: : .. i V .'+-. .'.- 'I'i "i V ,i1If "- V V between Jacksonville ft : 4 at BuckyV, i During the session Congress the WEIKLY HIEALD
,. .. '$ It .I'j CV4VV; J J'L I. St will contain
1 SUCCESSOR TO J. H. CROWELL. :"; Auguuine summary of the proceedings and the tat'e

NOTARY PUBLIC FOR DUVAL COUN1YlaeksonnU V V V -: ; '- : V- .you lake rtCreatioa.'i '. good game o 'neI' Freights at I low ratrs. YJ ORRIS' A. DZIALYNSKI ,t news, by telegraph from Washington,Political,Re-

*. laa. 9 .8,.. '',' V!a..H'.f.. V ., #A Billiards, go W']. B TOGNI'S Saloon Bay street. .V For freight or,passage ; ,: V IV li gious. FalDa ArC..Varieties Uscrary,'and Spn

; .I'\i ,."fl : ": t>!tJ. $: 1" V i Vs Vt i V -'j j. :, aV pply to': V WILLSON.V. & WHITLOCK, V Editorial Articles on t promin tpi the day.

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: V I" : Jacksonville Fla.. AUCTIONEER Dry ,
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TfiJ ;.....; .:,.:..:...:".".,.. %\.t, .; *'W Ii./\_ lVA '". ., ,;S. j (...... .. ImVprte4Bui' I s4tfV, Or to J.uns'c: ss., V. V V A rtO V 'port c and Interesting intelligence ee.of the and week.accounts' I.
'fJeoadraubt Call for II BTOGNI'S St.Augustie.P1 .
V at] .
I INTERIOR DECORATOR ;: .r .1"- .or oJ1, V VV HDL employs D agents- In the country nor
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;; .'" I in
i : ,at the Metropolitan Billiard! Saloon.! Percale shirts Buck V COMMISSION MERCHANT dt c,to person canvas pretending for subscribers to .A. none .
ANDUPHOSTERER : ,.$,nice,at : -e. b 41 ir
( < : ., "V .V ... V V V HJALD should be a
; : ,, V V3335 *#-AJi klads merchandise received swindler. system h abolished the agency

roll LAURA AND CHURCH STREETS; 101'<' ., p MF'* 'COLCORD' V.V 'V V m eat and sold, at aUCUon or private. sale. oa consign. system It is se and cheap.

AKD f" '. COFFINS. .'AND, UNDERTAKERS V' t V V ,, The price of sobscrtptron. whenever
',' }', .t', .. V be transmitted by Foes Office praCc.Iho i
DAVIS & DREW'SI''J. V V V '.Successor: to.Hide and Skin business ofJ Every description(goods entrusted to me for'taU ss of transmitting money b, mail. t .
Jacksonville Fla. V I. .'.: !;- ME' T A L will be disposed of it At small ia the where Post V
.P" V V V V DEALER INBOOK'S V L.1 CBURIAL. : H. CROWELL.:.' See Orders P Oe country U
._.1.. iU 4 CASEb V BEST FIGURE POSSIBLE 'la RegUtered Letter o.IY may VV b rt
V V . .
R.w. Comer Bay and Ocean \ Advertisements to a limited number,wIll Insudi
atre ts 1 b
,c V ANPVOOD .. h the WEEKLY Ixtaan.V V
SHOES : \ I to the owner, and prompt and accurate ,
returns made.
Highest cash a.
pdomVpaldfo.Re ,
Skins Fun .
m I' fit, In
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AND ftc V V Jrce. ay
I FAINTER PAPER HANGER. 'V" V VV /:ll'* > H ) '$U'i _i .!L V V VV V 7tSswiyT : PALMETTO. BLOCK. ,, Write the ar lc to NEW YORK H.
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1 ; : Having decided to rewde here permanenlb/te AND : SI7w3fl5 V .Jacksonville. a Ibl. ,and give the name"each

: : t ::41r.cav. order from all UM U FINDINGS.. f I iyF.RYtSALE, AND. .FEED: STABLES: Fla. subscrlberof Office Ca and State 1
*Sii ia b habk
V ,errcn mailing *
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.. V a'U' .: *':i't'1i. .A s" it'Pereival't : T',LUMBER- DCONTRiCTORS'A pal.t pe wi I
GRAINI G. GLAZING and! ., s.4
KALSOMINING !' d.t'nl. -, v': ,
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{ uaI5tbsbtMisclT. 0 : ; Fine black dress. ,coats and fancy neck..e at Bl, .
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,. q Orders Icf t Davis&: Drew's F1InIi.... Wi.tt5 n Stamp" Hand. -Boots. ,";".- :.J"1'I VV-/-/v; :: $n. oo VII V ri' BUILDERS. .
fill recelwt. & Mears' ,,, O TRIBUNE'EXTRAS.
prompt ucBtioa fl? OF f vWILL.
Philad ,' V "',,rr", \," -. '-t.'i''I'Lr.( lJt: 00 QUAtIflESV FIND. A :
-., REFERENCES ipnla ana Bajtimore ., V V -f' ,. xo V V
I Vienna .Medal cable sewed ." .. EMBALMING GENTLEMEN'S1 ROE .FULL.ASSORTMENT:or :V No. XXL*.WhltneyVHIgguMOB. Elliott. Loverlafc
S. .IIG" Eaq.. and C L. Ro alllOll. .- V .f.- -V 8 :DONE WHEN.REQUIRED. LcCoate U V

01 Jacktoiiviue Fla I Pcrcival's Stamp Hand Congress / )J 1.* *-K.: ':*<' ...'t-8" V ALSO V DRESSEDNtTNEDLL MVBER h.e,et.. V ,.II, .

Blanket and Coverlet Burt & Mears' ." : ., ,MARBLE AND 'MARBLEIZED"SLATE MOUtDINGS AND SAWED :, : No. XXII. Bayard Taylor. ( from Egypt
of very slat and quality at .. '. ., :.3.'. .- fl.eo n.bca&andlllOMlt'UaIL L
livery'tpamsjia'the V
: : Ii I : V -. V V : ; city V V 'V V V and Iceland, in sheet form only.) _
: JUCKY* Philadelphia u u V .;*V : MANTELS.; ?aj*?k-'"4 at the Stable MiKe undersigned near the PINE SIIINGLESIVV_ .
o0 Florida

ii P. E. JOHNSON$ IJOWCEOPATHIIT Vienna Medal cable sewed f n, 7 6eO SLATE' HEARTHS, &c,' Horses Home boarded corner and of well Cedar cared and for Forsyth on reasonable'Streets; 'CHF P FOR CASH AT No!XXIIL. 'Tyndatt,HU1 .Owen co V
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.Dt r: '_ t" < MANUFACTURED TO I 1 erms.V T' V : '
tIM IUIOftcIe&ce V V GOODS SENT ; ', .. 'Str0ngfQ, !hauling purpose. always en handt THEDEPPT' .L'UMBER. YARD>. P Try mail, 01zi b sheet,fcnn, 1 e* ., :
; 44 Miuhetl' new aifld1ng. BY MAIL ANDEXPRESS *:1" V V J' AND FOR SALE BY V. WH.AVERY.' .j > e 1 i P.-l.a cents. V
monk aids of Bay street between (..... ... ) : < "
and ; ?
Market Lumber
: T all : son'dIleFla.Miy,3o,187. delivered ia all : '
of "
: parts tUSut*.. : vli i .LV' M&f 'V ) V V'V "CALVIN"OAK. tf" part*of the'cit and vicinity; ,
Marly 9foiwUMrw4Ofic.U' 4**t I'' n-ntf AT THE .. V V f"I I and at alt FIFTEEN' FOR |i.iend .
landings ETR' !
J. pLD .5T.AND'COJl. BAY .4 OCE.AN 5TS. rorsyth Street bcrween .. .' -00 the rivrr,.at low rates .AllOt; f .j :. .
". .-4.;..1 4a.. ". ,*';:?:'J'J VVV" ,' J ."... ,3ACKSOVILL F4/& ;1n "# ; Laal'uDdHIr. ,- ) .:' ". DQUARnRS ,! I ilcruecetve. prompt attention. eontenaVTeach .
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