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 28, 1874
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.


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


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

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., THE NEW SOUTH. 1 m )ns, he' saw 'i in Sicily, in Calabria, Euroewasenrfchedduring: the '5th -tion; ,, among, ';the Democrats,Ha, ,:,have. often.. I, .PROFESSIONAL CARDSfte.rR. I,. : RAILROADS. STEAMERS.. "i'. : "..,

) -WEDNESDAY. .AND I upon the borders of the river Salo 1 : :
I J't'BUSHE D EVERV SATURDAY. Liguria and.'in many, other places;. ranunculi', lilacs! Arabian .jasmines, discretion, and that under the discipline .., F, A., .cMANUS; ', ACKSONVILLE, PENSACOLA' AND. TJ ROCK; & COXETTER'S : :: f .

OFSUBSCRlPTIOIft and \he says expressly ,that! a great ,and many other flowers. of reverses that have corrected I J MOBILE RAILROAD CO. S S 1

:'EtJfS Milsuhicribers.Jj.50 per:,annum. many varieties were cultivat there, .1 'The Venetians had indeed obtained their errors and regained the Confidence t(Recently of Baltimore) I On and'after SUNDAY, MAYj 17,:.1874, trains .c9

S 11,5W.aLY...opfc*. 13 DO each' and an cxtra copy chiefly though the sweet orange.If .,.' more facilitiesand greater-favor in all of the'people.: What has hap' HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN; : i "YIrun as follows:, ; :

e d rlft.1DOfC lit ICIII to.cc7. iubscfibeTI Ch&b:.teA. received'1 per .t time.Ten the plant of the Count :'of SaintLaurentwashe i the ports of ,Eg pt, 'and the influenceof 1 pened .before: may, l b'appeqagai iti.,:The .I.Has t ,located tn Jacksonville. Office anti raUenc' ; PASSENGER' TRAINS WEST [DAILY) 'FOR CONSOLIDATED ;f. IVE1 ft f .

.'"LV. each; ....enty c pi1. *'.*>? Fifty. copJIDVSKTISWG first, could j it haye' their gold, .their merchandise! and Democratic party has .beei J} .admitteda loa Monroe street\between Laura and Pine"tr<
fIIP...'IS 1"f,t.75 Pelt, ._ been,propagated so, rapidly, and in :. their shipping J had. :given to)them 'near, little way into I Ipubh '.confidence. i!thereof' Mr*. HeadenoB'sboardiDg-homej. '.-*6.J't.L f ltaldwin.-.T.* ..,..."....,: p m and 8:*. P.m. ; **"* i.' "

RATESi'Sgxi.WUkLT. abundarcejntwecty.five ) ats'1 the Sultans, had made them' early* It !is not strange that those interestedin : I ... Lake City--" _"_':_"' _.4:10 730: '" I 9:55'::-S. N\"ARRNGEMtT'

wMtto.$i oo. per 5Inch cents or leu,first Insertion: We roust conclude, then, that the the) .masters; pf.the.Red sea. /"rh.e..c e the success should be j jubilant.-.N. I: ROBINSON&CO: .., Arrive Leave Sladison at Lire Oak_.._.L.....8jo.....,aid., .../:... 3 6iot=3 a, m'i_ ,. will, Until leave. notice the steamer con prising ti ii. 'J1.' ,

.sc.iulnequent: .-Illch or 1cM: .first Insertion each sweet fruited, orange had been brought noese, jwho,were; kept off by, the.jealousy Y."7ri. / ne.. ,' ', I RLAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS sIontin-. ....;.;...-._.:_. '7:30 Intermediate. Jacksonville. dll at9iKntfocPmJ,. and-<
","LY, 'tl$ cenu.tybI&qllCDt into' Europe l long before'the discovery of their' : .. :".,"T n ....._____ 10:30 '. ;lant& 'M '>"&1:1'
.used the :
: IJIIIII\IOO.75 neighbors, 'only o c.MOMNSOM. ; j.W.WHI'fly". > .. m FLORENCE .
Si'"." 1/. t 'rI.1O cenb per tine of the Cape faf Good Hope, and thatit route-of- the'' Black !sea and ,the Gulf The 'pr sped. '' An', M Law and U.S.Comnx'r.' NoWJ.PubIic. T5Z7z=_ ;< -.,';11:10'soo { ,,; 'It, *

Twin ADAMS.8: CASH i"ADVANCE. & Co..ddres was not introduced by'the' Portuguese ,.\ of Persia ;' but, we 'must bbserve' that Democratic success, we>*are,told, is i I.Agency, New!iThe York.*Mannattaa'Llf. ,i Insurance- Company.' ofi PASSENGER. TRAINS EAST ;(DAILY" ; FROM -': From TuesdaysVeJncsda7s Shipyard Wharf. os and SundsyV Fridays, M, ""

lacksonville. Florida.TREATISE or Jean DeCastro.We this'was the 'way' :by: ,which, all the the earnest ,of national gener tion." Assets 7-18-1'3-11$9,009...'61.1]. r'Undivided surplus f z,66666.95.. 'TALLAHASSEE AND ,JACKSONVILLE.) FOR SAVANNAH' '. STARLIGH'f ,[.,. '"! I. *:. ''t

'will now try to form our own plants'oflndia', rea'cljed.thc, ;, coast'of' And now that 'the' immediate' excitement I Leave Chattahooche .._ C.aoam. Rsilroid Wharf i iO* .

ON THE CITRUS. opinion of its introduction into'Eu. the Mediterranean. It presented' more of the result of the election' has 'N. BETTES ," Qulncy__" ;...,. -...,-.u.I... -'". 8:10 aTr. 0. : I,. -;: '
facil IJ .. ." 'Tallahassee.........*..............-.;,* topm: '
from roped tr.forthat, gradual progression of r passed, t the ,country Js .beginnfng> to Mootlctllo.= -' __'. ._..___ ,--. 4:50: HATTIE,, '." by: ,
5JI1" articles on the Citrus are copied ABTICLB.\% culture ,which lis'.the easiestand rnYSIClAN"AND"SU Madison .. ._.__'____ ;,".
0.TheH. ad J0tIPNaL ANtI RrRAL SoVTHLAND.t tranSIISd!from New Transmigration of the tweet fruited Orance mostnltu'ral considerhether'this', and to I :, ?EON, ... UWOak......" .......4:10 a m and, 9ti 7:10. From Shipyard Wharf ty-'i.
OilmM. for:hick G.oeGI jiur11 GALUlSto.they We commend the turn upon the epoch and i its devclpment."The" : ., : means: naturalizing plants ponder? the chances of' relief from theDernncrc .1'6 Jacksonville Fla.tb'IU1touu.I'nmt'a **.. Lake Baldwin Cilr--ssoa__. ..... m and n:15. THROUGH BOATS,' ', i
the M in i ,. % .9:008: m and :40 am
JOVRSA'ssII 'redID $valuable .d.peQa1lf lPilM" Crusaders had enric1iedthe strange tlImitCshCe.onlythe: party ITha1ned: tB-g svmrand, dill P.m. Arrive Jscksonvill ,..,-ioi5 a so,pad 4:13 : FovEnerprleandintemedlateIand1nsr *l'fr--! :*', i1 ; ,
West with the of the direct impulse of ineed governs it. .Ifwas'not power under: the most 'sweeping promises OFFICX AND R&SIDocJt-Comer: Ocean and Monroe .
JV. most :plants that STARLIGHT, and
CTTRUS.ARTICUI the Arabshad acclimated in the different .. interrupted by long, intervals The times are hard; 'and the streets., 6-7-601 T ury. fJLr W1CI:_ ,,.... .

HISTORY OF THE countries of their dui of deserts,or. of sea; ,:obstacles ,which party'ora'tors'and papers point to 'the (Tuesdays,Thursdays and Sa urdays.) HA Shipa wharfon Sty' \ *" I
empire .
V. always arrest the of plants or NoRTON &. K OKER', Leave..T.nahaSseeM.._ : *> Renninr. l. dally ( uaJi .
the Acclimaton; of the Orange with: ing the,splendid days of their.power. passage party as' the,only hope of the : rieni. Arrive at St. ltfarks-.-.._,._...:._ 10:13 11:30 a o Monday,. nee".\ ,
nSllNit--11'0"' *of wany writers-Examination But .the apostolic warriors who, during of arts ; but* it offered a nearly:continuous ployed laborer.. Every poor man's REAL'ESTATE DEAl EkS, corner,Ocean and Buy Leave StMarks___._......_..._. 11:13 Pm fta ,
,'OHM opi lun5. chain of ,fertile: populous is b01Io' streets. ,Jacksonville. Florida.Money < Arrive at Tallahassee..__ 1.10 Frabt received daily I their'' respective iware-ir plenty.
which was believed by the early ages of their hegira, had pot loaned on Real Estate IeCUr ty.l General .. J. BROCK. ..o'" r,ilf
An opinion, formed such numerous establishmentsin countries) whose :soft and humid''was' Industry of every kind is to revive. The Life and lire Insurance Azents and dealers In PineLands ROBERT. WALKER. .Agent Hat and Florence.' .
attributes the conquestof Plantations&c.: Springfield suburb a specialty. RccelYer.ndCcn'l"Sup DAVIS. .- ,.
the of '
many the Valmontde the country situated ,beyond hIndus friendly to progress musical clink' of abounding gold and Correspondence solicited, 3 I8&Wd'ViM. H. L. MAGEE Ass't Supu o. '1 "11.2$, Agent, & t".U. 4
this fruit to Portuguese. arrested in their agriculture.. .. silver is to'be heard in the land.. Peace '

Bomare, i in his Dictionary of quests,, and were only, continued to hold con In. truth it by this routethat.the! and prosperity'nd profound' regard t.. &: ARTHUR Av BIRNEY, Ladies underwear be obtained at BUCKY'S.AC XTEW YORK, AND'. '. ". "",t ,
such .
Natural History, gives a precisedetail from India into 'Fit. '
bigarade passed Egypt. for equul'rights' to descend ; L1' : ,
such a commerce with those distant are upon ; &, .
this fact, that for a longtime ATTORNEYS: W. I. T. CO.S: RA LROAU. '
Massondi teaches this ,
upon that H' "
us the troubled South. "" ;
Justice ;
lands needful for of economy, : :: .
be incontestable.He as was t luxury ,
believed it to :
I Oman '
be cultivated in from ,
gan to prosperity, and. benencient FROM .' : fH
the West. This was' limited progress :
luxury STREET NO. .
"that there existed at Lisbon 4 ,3 30 FERNANDINA
said during the ages: in which the people whence into'BtSsora-. thence into reform are all, at hand.. But in, the .' :FERNANDINA TO CEDAR KEYS. .' : ;
SalOtLau a.lM
of the count
iiuhe garden lived with the extreme simplicity( required Irak and, into Syria'j'.tile'; intervals midst of this p&an'it is remarkable .)WASHINGTON" CITY. .' -. -, ",. "', ( STEAMSHIP, LN ., :: i", :11; '
from whence '
ent the first! tree which divided these countries did GOING SOUTH. GOING KOBTH
: not that'the'real feeling'' is one of'grave '
by their wants .which not Ltavt 'M. ,
IIi the oranges which made the were in this difficulties. 'B. C., DREW,. ...I..._' __. ,4ff'rirn.; E <} :
came present time great apprehension. This is' not' the tone J FernandIna ; 5:30 a m r.35 p aC2II2h2n .
of all the gardens of Eu complex, as they had ,but just issuedout _,___. .;._...;._._._; 7:3S' SM 'l' '' "
ornaments Oman, situated facing the, coast ofHindoostan1nearly of Republicans: only'from whom e. ATTOR'kEY'AND" ... '
from ,a state of barbarism, .in :- 900 are ** : *
de liomare and the Baldwin! r- : J I "
rope. Valmont only generally of i which wants are few and coarse., The touched Irak by might expected as, 'partisans i but it COUNSELLOR" ). TI.AW" Starke.:...:.'0-...-_-._.?_._........:.....11:37.9JOle, 3:23 ti8: ar. ". ,FERADIA.F. Ob, 1.117f... ... .
other writers speak : the chain of the Arabian mountains, is that of the Democrats themselvesand GaiPesville...._____...1:50- lino : ,
and I think of Europeans scarcely knew anything of Office In the new f reedmaa t Bank feullding.cornei .___ ,;,
the orange, they the refined productions of Asia, 6X7; ,which'were 'very'ertile' and it'' 'was of their friends,) and it: is very Pine and Fonyth Streets. -,Jacksonville,Fla.i. Archer.Bronson ;.,. ;._____ 3:10 3:55 p m 9 9:04am:49'. MEDIATOR' ', t *. :,6,;:

the bigarade only. cept the manufactures of Syria and of not very far: distant, from", Bassora on significant. If a 'young man comes 'I-IY' Cedar Keys_--.6:30 CapcMARTIN. 'I' ,
This naturalist cites no other au the side ofthC.sCa would be : 'CONNECTIONS.1 ,:: 'I','i '.>t i, >; ,i ,
nothing and .. pli
of Treroux Persia, whose delicacies of art and ; ? suddenly into a'great-fortune, his \T; R. ANNO, .
thority. The dictionary culture'were known and used only by easier than to transport upon a" ship, friends instantly f l1.t imploring him ., At Steamer City Point from VICKSBURG ; :f* .r
speaks also in the same manner of the I tbisshort, ATTORNEYATLAWOffice Charleston and Savannah Mondays at 4 a. m.:steamer t I' .
during voyage, a'plant so for' Heaven's sake'not betake: himself 'r '
the great nobility of Europe. The Dictator from Charleston and Savannah,Thursdays at CapL. RUDLl"I' >:
orange. His opinion was shared by vivacious, and which lives longer "to 4 a. moO With steamer Uzzie Baker, from .
Drunkenness, gambling) .and Reed'* Block 'Street SYDa ; .i'. -
Hunter in his vojage to China, and : people, heretofore only soldiers, or than other but 'of the Bay. ', ,> Brunswick'an St. Ma'., Mondays at 6 fr ji '
perhaps, any kind of and if hehimselfipiteously '
slaves had as few wishes every. debauchery, those points a.m. These' sail from New York, Pier N
; or ,
yet necessities -
by man'y European cultivators, and by earth without'seeming'to' suffer. thereby charita I " botanists such Lureiro of delicate life. / prays some -- at 4:07 P- m.: Jacksonville at o'oa a. m. Rh'c and from Fernandina Railroad Wharf f'4
as ,
learned ; It was not 'until after the first'reli- ble fate to save him .from consorting A O. ,WRIGHT, At GAIN. EVILLE,with In-weeLhy stage'line fo : :. ;. >t ''J 1.,. ;
and 1 have not been. surprised in the S Tampa: wi stage line for Newnansville,: : : -
with swine and living an unclean life, TuesdaysaFndYI. : '
into JI
gious enterprises Palestine that : 1t. ,
Hisfric Bottany of JI'lfe Gcnlis, The Danger ofthe Democracy. ATTORNEY.AT LAW, 'flf <
there is but d'it'is At CEDAR KEYS, and
one explanation, with steamers to from New '
to find the name of the person to the people of Europe madegreat steps The Democratic' leaders" will .make that'he and his friends und rstand his Reed's Block, Bay St.,Jacksonville,P1*. Orleans CY'Satdy. WUh an from Key For freight'or passage apply to' I'" "I" 'J.1 ., '
forward in civilization and West from these places I '
: being ad ;
.'hoi8 said owed the intro Tu \ :
they we wociul mistake ; :
i .IJ
a' ) if. construe I ,
they '
With Steamer Coot,from '
brought into with the culture "pro 1iyities. Certainly: no sane man Win practice in the different courts of the SetaL Col.Icctlo Tap. Agt
duction of the de Cas contact > Tampa, 'Mondays. .t''t.
orange-Jean their in attended Wit frol .
overwhelming success the dromptly to. 718tfH.
learning and luxury of the East, ,they would,make him the, guardian of, his Suwannee Fridays; fa Sw ,Tuesdays.: -,1 Wilm.c.,New York '.
tro. Fall elections due the 'record ; ,
as to D..E
children 'or, the .trustee of lIAWELL. :t> .
imbibed the taste for the merchandiseof A. > :
Smh positive assertions give an air the! practice, .or: the professions 'of rATTISOK. A. a.lI.alt- 5-13 Suprteon
"Let the: Democrats behave' themselves
of verily to any statement ; but upon India, and sought with avidity the their : A'woeful: mistake froma ; KepreseadnaCHATIR & KIN G,Agents.,..., '}rr ,
party. future & MEEK
and the Is secure"saysthe ,
comparison of ti.e dilTcrent data, beautiful productions of that ancient partisan point, of view, asifwernaytrust ; Cincinnati Etiquircrfti\z leading .'pATTISON '. "II GROCERIES. '. ANDPROVISLONS'' : ,'' _I' -'-.010 n" "fedn F. .1 MI '

which 1 have collected both in favor country. t history, it ',would lead them :into ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. AND''H.ORItiA. 1
Democratic journal .of the West, "I CHARLESTON ;
The small between Europe '
of and this I have : commerce CLRK' $' '
against opinion, such recklessness and excesses as JOhN -U .
'ask Senator Gordon in :
and Asia l had been carried, on you, says, Office, ReQua's buiIdi. /'JacksonviDe.Fla., %
found contradiction well .
it in to established PACKET CO. I
would destroy public confidence and i: ,
Georgia, to his _.Democratic. constituents FORWARDING SAM. .
the the : .
through Caspian sea by natives 5 .' '
facts and without sufficient '-
. their hopes for, the future .
prove "to commission in t
foundation.The and through the Red sea and me your JOHNSON, M., D., < :" ''t ) f-Jf' ..i
woeful to the inasmuchas P. ,ID" ,
i the Arabs. Europeans bought ; country pledge upon the floorof the Senate .' .'- S i'
Syria by
Portuguese; did not reach China the few articles of trade they needed it would go far to prove the futilityof your fidelity toylhe Union under the HOMOEOPATHIC C.fl S S' 'N.I. ,MERCHANT. : CHANGE OF SEHEDULE.i. : '

before 1518 A. D. Jean de Castro, all, movements for political reform.; Constitution." "ve'resolve! ," : PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON., -: The .. .: fl'i'ttk
born in 1500, did not return from his under great difficulties The differ- It has happened heretofore invaria- saysthe.Democralsof '. :. A'D.AU.III"' :': : steamers ,

first before ence of religion,.and, ,in consequence, Selma,in Alabama, I Office,Mitchell's' new building north side of'Bay DICTATOR AND'CITY PIN"I,1i" ,
voyage 1520 ; therefore, if those of. and ideas well bly ,as to become !, almost .a. proverb, Uth'at'thc,rights of'all ,classes: of men street between Newnan and Market. .streets; nearly ROCERIE>. .PROVISIONS.. .' GRAIN,', '
manners as as Un5irieinodcewillsa11ai5il1 ( "
the and wa: :1
Portuguese de Castro 'i') '"
Jean the Post Office. )
that, the Democratic party has been opposite t lootr'A \ ''SEGARSl' tac
be and in HAYi: :
must respected: preserved "
: of rendered it ; ,. !
brought the sweet into Europe jealousy commerce J. : ,' .( : !, 'I'i '. I : '
orange ruined by partial successes., It has violate.". "The, should lose no S 7.: J. STEAMER DICTATOR, 1:1 I
difficult for them ienetrateinto the party A. KNIGHT Sole Agents for Florida forAveriU's TiE '
1. "-
they aiust have done so after the shown tno for self restraint ( 'APTAH; ;
year capacity -
\ ,: .
the -New York Tribune .
time LO
:H i voE
of. the Orient. The Arabs says '' i1I'tz'
1518 or 1520, which it is impossible regions or moderation. Engrossed in the pettiness themselves' .: Chemical Paint and ( i. ;
planting firmly upon Will:until further notice.leave CHARLESTON eve-y
of communications ATTORNEY AT LAW .
to bhow. masters were of dividing the,spoils' or yielding the'Baltimore platform of 1872 in relation -' .. ,, White's Patent Money Drawer TUESDAY eveni gand SAVANNAH every WEU.Ia '. .
It is not stimulated by ambition, nor emulation ., NESDAY afternoon. lor FEKNAND1NA, JACK-,,, .
probable to it '
suppose broughtfrom to 'thC'passion of revenge over the "' ; : "Agent for ,' :
and LaodingvRETURNING ;
and ,to the rights the negroes No. Hoeg's Block,upstairs : SONVILPALnallt : <
India nor by cuncurrence, only I '
: by the Portuguese who and hatreds whichthe of : '
penetrated into that in measured their speculations by the ; years all 'the,'constitutional: amendments. '3- 5swly' Jacksonville,FUu i ,.. <, ,;, :T|.;'!! :
have "
country 1498 ; its fierce vain struggles ,
credit had in engen- "No repudiation, and no' secession, ,, :ybiA! ., '
and they Europe. Deprivedt "l FRIDAY
in that case it is probable that the Will leave PALATKA monins;. \t
dered,, it has not undertaken in every
any cries the New York He a" These AND ,
their and forced from lack A.BUESING and JACKSONVILLE every
trees of the Count de Saint Laurent, power, broad: sense to administer government, remark's of which' we cite a few illus- '' to suit the tide. .'EKA'DIN.4 same' yarJ InC ;
at Lisbon, are the first which in of ships and, the nature of the coun- out Respectfully calls the attention of the citizens and merchants Van Brunt&Bro's. Line Sailing Pcet in SAVANNAH ecSUN-I .
eventolook the CARL1'ON.
crew to or upon '
grasp trations, 'show 'the .instincitve apprehension to tne BFAUT1FUL SOAP he manufactUres.It DAY. $
., Europe. But even this second hypothesis -: try, by the want of police, which they future in a manly fashion and with a of the of Demo. is th. best WasJlln:. Barber and Toilet Soap ever IROMNLW. YORK. '. ''*> '
be combatted with had never had, to travel in 'caravans, consequences made. This. Soap is,put up in boxes containg 80 Ills THE STEAMER CITY PINT'; ; .
may success. their merchandisein clear, honest vision. cratic dominance; would and. 90 bars. : tw3iga BaySt.Jack.m.ord.5! : CAfTAw J. W. i vt :
they only purchased Orders should be addressed to .
There are indications that it has. '
the markets of India where the exhorted ,not to,favoi: repudiation A.,BUESING,I.Bo. 721.i6tf VdlleayeCIfARLESTONevery'SATURDAVtren.441i
Vasco de Blaqkets and Coverlets of size and quality
Gama .
who was the first learned something from the experience and secession, nor to stand by theamendments Jacksonville,Fla.TD .. every a., .SA V ANNAH every SUN DAY afternoon for FER-,,,.
cavi natives brought them for trading BUCKY'S. : : *,
ator to double pun '
Cape of Good' disasters which in. have JACISON'ILUPALATK''UI .
" past '
years and .
) equal rights nor: Intermediate : ;
Hope in 1498, says, in relation to his poses. followed so close upon the'',heelsoftemporary' would a Senator implore his constituents ICHARD MCLAUGHLIN, pAI'RBAN.SP ti 1- :
The..Crusaders made revolutionin RETURNING-t
voyage, kept by a Florentine board '
on successes: The'characterof uiborite'hif1 to that they REAL ESTATE.AGENT.: .
his vtiCl.: "that in India there the commercial system of these of say DIAUR,IN. Will leave PALATKA every TUESDAY moraisg..' !i '
were 'the 'candidates presented i is a f
were'l yAt6! the Union, unless it was 7athoi'vilfrFlorida. JACKSONVILLE every WEDNESDAY morning to ,, ,
a great cuoy" oranges, but all had countries. They. augmented among much' higher \'eragelhan: heretofore, known that there'was an immense element AH sorts of Real Etatebouhtand sold;,:Money invested. -. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS suit the tide FERNANDINA same day,arriving at ,, ..
met fruit. the Orientals' a taste, ,for luxury and : CriARLLSlON and SAVANNAH,every!THUKS-". .
.Taxes Titles examined.
and'there increased paid. 4.
js an apparently of .
of disloyalty, of contempt DAY. .:.
It does not seem from this that opulence, and by this means they multiplied William Astor,' BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE,PLA.L '
sense responsibilityon the! part, of equal rights; and of the spirit of repudiation REFERS. pn.tsSioll..t to EAq. THROUGH ,TICKETS AND BJL'Or.JI- ,
weet unknown him < Indefinitely commercial relations New York;' Ex-Gov.. G. Curtin. Belletonte. Pa.) INC GIVEN TO NEW ,
oranges were : '
tp ; those who are .considered leaders. ; : in the party. No paper' or Lewis.H. Redner. Philadelphia! : W. Stokes. Boyd, hand BALTIMORE, PHIL "* '
be simply means to say, that iri India and.industry of all the people This fact has ,encouraged, to ,/ Philadelphia:P. O.Ambler.Banker, Jacksonville,'11*. Always keeps on DELHJA &C "' .
many orator beseeches: Republicans to respect Henry Tucker, Boston.Mass. '3-i8-iy-pd BRAN "'Smes connect Florida, R 'rct at ., '
the contributed these ends. HAY OATS wit
bigarade : They ,. ; CORN, '
was not cultivated as it1'IS vote with them who are not by anymean'Democrats'and the amendments and the national 'GROe Jacksyil &Mobile (,
in Europe.It opened the entry into Asia\ to1 Europeans 'FEED, ; PEA CHICKEN Fe Johi Railroad at Tai far St. ;
who may never faith and,equal rights and the.constitutional & BACON, ," Augustine, Falatkx for '.,.' j
smC a
would be strange if he had not and' by that they'furnishedtoactivc vote the1' Democratic ticket again.Tho'usands' Union the DOBBINS IVERS9N, SHOULDERS, Enterprise Yt upper .Joh',and with steamers. ,' ".
and for
the : exactly the Ocklawaha river. :ioi tf <" )
!ncntioncd, it as an unknown,species and. enterprising pe ple of ,Republicans, :in 'theStates HAMS, ( I.-' ._
reason 'hat. Episcopalians, arenotexhorted '
same "
UilwaUo and means of knowing ,and of ,extending :GUN 'AND LOCKSMITHS, FISH FLOUR, Peedee BUCKY'S. "
that he shad not re- which have held elections, ,this adhere the Tam Jackets'at 0
lIIu\ d that he had introduced the commerce into India. The establish to to : j j HOMINY,MEAL,RICE, 'atFOR '
Autum .have:voted. for Democrats.,as the Rcmanists'tobe '
; } succession, nor 'HECKER'S FLOUR, FARINA [ '
seed l into Europe-//he did so I meat of Christians in Palestine provided the fit of their ALSO, ELECTRO-PLATING AND GILDING, OKAHUMKEE, !t '
AH them with facilities for only expression disgustfor faithful to the dogma .of transub- j. .. !BUTTER, CHEEE. APPL ONIONS HARRIS,EUST1S AND GRIFFIN '
the voyagers of this epoch guard penetra-. ; the sins and' follies .of the'Grant stantiation. Those doctrines are'car 9-s :. 'At the sign of the BIG LOCK. SUGA. SYRUP :
an equal silence. I ting into those: countries and, afterward ; ',! '
have read them Administration. Democratic leaders faith .. !
dinal of with those relig- CFFE.
W attentively_....all the reciprocal need of merchandise ( L. COAN ,' ," ,.
col <
voyages will be very unwise to c 6tn.t'these! or ious.bodies, and, the principles 'SN : TE. COCA -1 .
lected to which they became accustomed : '
by Ranuisio
and r. And other Landings
I do find .
not them recruits.
any of as, new They.have which, the, Democrats'are nervously JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OILS SOAPS otOJiY.dt'i'
I :
one single and the attraction of gain of 'tAW I INOTARY 'r
mention either of ;
r .
enlistment I'
surprise signed no papers, besought by some of their..own bodyto STARCH. TOBACCO : ,w. I ".

". the sight of this fruit, as they usu- which, both.bad tasted the advantages, have"neither abandoned ;Jhe, old party be true .are .the very "life-breath, PUBLIC. WOODEN-WARE, BUCKETS, The Sr 1 '#iI f ;, _::

JJ did make over unknown fruits maintained between the peoples lia- ; BROOMS, SPONGES, TUBS .
or nor given up the old name. They of the Republican party.Hatper'sWeekly 'I. | BASKETS OK t ..r''I'I
and relations in the midst fn'sOLARYJTS BLOCK r HVMKE
mention of its introduction. sons even Office .
are still Republicans,' and so count J ; ., .. 4Vfr" : !
We find a crowd of writers at the of difficulties and of entanglementsthat themselves, however much the 'CustomhOuse ,. .Corner BAY and PINE streets! A .. ".5 it*; ..t '. ", .

Boning of the i6th century,'who were often produced by.the,'differences patriots' call 'them Reyerdy.Johnson and a>- --William- Cullen '. *. .Jacksonville,Fla. EVERYTHING win leave Jacvil every THURSDAY, morning, '. .
: may ,' ;t> *tGEO. .I; '
['peak of the iveet fruited'orange-but 'o( religions. and by political traitors and denounce 'them as' rene : Bryan! I I IN THFORAGE. .8o'c. R." .' '
( FOTER.Ag..
they do rivalries. : i'N G., p I* o \: N. -
not mention it as a new speCies gades. These arC the,men, who have Hon. Reverdy, Johnson, of, Maryland Jo'i' .GR9C R Y..AND PROVISION. LINE ]anYeFIa.JuIS187 s. ,., ,

; they speak of it as an ancient There was soon seen a crowd of ad- givento, Democratic party in, the ,'sent an interesting'letter' to the .
Plant t, whose into the interior of AUCTION AND COMMISSION ,/ SELL FOR CASH HUBBARD, .. : u .
origin no one knew. venturers rushing recent elections whatever of hope, if venerable poet and, 'editor, William SAMUEL : '

There is Matioli/who" printed his Asia, and spreading, upon their return has of continued' successes. The Cullen,: Bryant! on the recent occasion! DIAU. III ,, AMD AT S . .,'r' 1 :

translation of Dioscorides in 1540, into Europe knowledge of the j judgement'that' leaves 'ouh:>Cthe, consideration of Mr; 'Bryant's eightieth birthday ,FRUITS, '.VEGETABLES. GROCERIES. PROVISIONS :THE LOWEST POSSIBLE ,FIGURE Jacksonville,.Fla.:,! > : n :1 1

5\hoonW have known If this nature of these countries'and of their this very i important: factor, anniversary. After, expressing i due ,CROCKERY and GLASS WARP.. ,, ; ; I .

jw had been introduced in the early productions. 'The pbstacles and the or as of slight moment, wilt appreciation ,of Mr.. Bryant's po )Sand Bay street. 11-14 tf families. Merchants are invited Loggers to,examine Hotels,my Boarding goods Iprc Hoand Imp tera, Dealer, in .: .
r" or that century; he WAS very dangers of these voyages ,were very be'fatally blind and stupid., the excellence of his journal: the FAIRBANKS. THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES, HARDWARE; IRON 'ANn 'STEEL, ',

'earned in plants and made laborious great ; .but what .could overcome the The Democratic party has been, New York'Evening Pest. Mr.Johnson SAMUEL ,: .' -'W ;; I

. Relics about them, and he would .famine for gold and the passion for not restored to public confidence,' but says : NOTARY PUBLIC FOR. DUVAL COUNTY tAI rOl COUNTRY fBODUCZ OF,ALL KINDBUCKY EDGETOOLS.TABLEnd PT'. .

Plants.C3JCtly be liable to any mistake about discovery, when they" 'once seized hold used, by voters who' would not.' dare "I rejoice1 know that your mind Jacksonville. Ia* ': 1874. ,t CUTLERY.. If.,;:. ".".' 4

The of human: hearts? trust utterly: as an instrument for retains all'its vigor and your physical .. I take. the.lead In the latest'II. of Silk!'and, Nails, Glue, Putty. Glass,, Paints, 9i .rl'I', ., ;

Gait0 same may be said of Augustine It, was .often,.necessary tOturn Mussel (discipline. 'It is on, trial and, will I be health is 'unmaire! ,. I am your W."Ht; SHERMAN, 1 FitfHats/. : .uTtf'W ,"
largely contemporary, who writes man in order to be accepted in ,the for-thc next,two )'ears. And Its opportunity j junior.only by'a yearand a".half, and 'INTERIOR ,DECORATOR. ILLSON & WHITLOCK. ., BLTING 1*

that of, upon orange; culture chiefly caravans, which were the only means i is to show,that it, has learn- Providence has been so kind to me ( Successors to'Thos.A.Willson, STVE TINWARE,CROCKERY PUMPS, "

G&rda. sato, and upon the Like of of passing from the Mediterranean to ed something ; that it has forgottenthe ; also as to leave' my faculties as goodas AJDUPHOSTERER, S ,VKALUtSINGRAIN. tead&nI Iron ; 'J1'._

T This author speaks of the the Indian ocean. It 'was necessaryto things which may wisely be forgotten ever and: my senses the same as of 'I Pp \ .""

"ttt The Orange, as an old species. be exposed. to.everysort of danger; and that'tt is entitled to:some' yore,except that'my ''sjght 'is greatly CaL, ';. LAURA" ," : AND- 'CHURCH: .' STREETS' ,. FLOUR, AND FEED,. DOORS.SASH.BUNDS.MOULD1NCS.SUCAR. : .,

til 1 I.medicinal same remark may be made of whether In traversing Arabia: as ,far,as larger-use in politics,than 'merely. that eclipsed. Notwithstanding thls.inflic- DAVIS &LID'DREW'S. -'. .. : .jlanuiactureTS. ':", : ,' 'Mills, Evaporators,'&c.' :"JL"i .. 0 >
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founts of authors, and of the,ac- Mecca and' Aden ; whether in, the of a- check, : and. ,restraint upon! therecklessness tion, however,' I: :Actively prosecute L: : : Jd1I1..1.3m' -UTU&C! :,..&at: '- CORN MEAL, JIOMINY..CR-CE- : Cat-Fitting, Jtaofifig Jolting, and 17k"'SrnJ4SMdonhlOorder.

,uP8crsNavagcro, -amSSador route.of the Persian Gulf, by way ,of of ,the party, in >power* heretofore and. render dry." ,

Charles of the Republic Venice to Asia Minor ; whether in the'Red sea, Dangers beset on .every hand. Its to the'public all the'aid thatlcan R w.I EARL, : '/ ; :,.je' CoRN, "RYE tE-(L GRAHAM,. ., .: J
; I :
Spain V., printed his voyage to the most perilous and more'difficult of managing'men are'very hungry and b/counsel tug' those,around? me to1 be PRACTICAL' FLOUR,CRACKED WHEAT.&rt Fine'Casslmere. Shirts ,stylish.aud durable,,at.Bucky's.pARklAGE .'\! I

tuorm In JSzS. He deserilJa: the all. But the passion for 'travel had many of them not: over' scrupulous. good citizens and to cherish'{ the: union' HANGER .... !! ,' i ;

king ous trees of.t. e garden: of than taken, sVch hold, upon' ,the' European The. disposition: go 'into 'a' general of the, States, 'upon'which alone: depends PAINTER AND" 'fesidV PAPER' will beglad SCROLL SAWING & WOODTURNING. SHOP* ", '::; I ; .
at permanently .
whIch Seville all whrch are still] there, mind, that.they'braved,all dangers: in debauch over ,the ,encouraging' prospects ., ..t the: prosperity'and \the' ppwer.of Having M receive decided orders to from' all requiring. :-work, don in 'c "TOORDEl. ".-. .0. I l .. '.;' ,GEORCEI.'LA".. ,,,.< 'w'f ;

strongest bear 1 sweet fruit The order to 'penetrate into, those, countries of the' party'will be quite; gene- the .u tlon.." ,.. AsUiic., ". *ood'Sawed,. Split, 'and /\. ; "' ''''f, '

fly mind testimony'on! this'polnt to ; ,and' the adventures of Marco ral, and an open question whether i i .. i..I.. S i. '. i ,. ; :CJl tNING. GLAZING,.and .'LALsOMINddone .- .' o .' .' w t?, Delvered' CARRIAGE..MAK, '
Is '
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i In his that of Leandro Albcrti. Polo.of Nicolas de Conti, of Jeromeof I there is wiSdom'enough:or sober sense : An"Ohio( man has! been .snatched U tie' besUnallner > I by,.Cordpr.Load.. QRWASflINcftoNA1TiADAMA' S.RiW) .

t d1flonk forage to Italy This en light. Santo Stefano.. ,and of, many oth- enough 'to'resist ,it. 'On the ''other from a' drunkard's grave 'eighty.nine Orders left at Davis! &Drew's., .. tKJ Furniture I. aiw1Uncdftproepuu..tIQft '",1<** Bay Mill and > 'j ".r' k 4jAcisoNvIi.LE.: 'FWRIDA.16n1u i< [ I rl

. who wrote in 155, speaks ers, are monuments'of'courage and of hand, it: will',be well nough'to're. times Since the'election heV been .,.... :'i !'REFERENCES h :C; I: ;'''1 &B. >,.*Sb"opp!ou. >! ;"- W Will build"tn -' tyIt, Carriages, .-, iL .
:tenslycly: about the t: j : < f f' ', : 3A 'ttP.f Light Wagon s ,1 \ :, '
immense : ,
be ,
planta wanted to snatched ;
adventurous member chat. the if he JJYL ttn
obstinacy same causes which gbi,1op as Vt.tM A.
/ ,, ,, JU t.4"iJ'l'*' f-iS. I. BMWCV Esq., ant C.L.; Ro u oi ;E.4 J.t Ra1rinji.c1dontCorn5and see my .o.- .
Qra.DgeS, citrons, and le- ;DurinE"thj' 'course: of' fij !baye? heretofore"produccd'demoraliza-.. some more..< .- ';HH.J'I 'I.d,.Jacksonville,ru'<*. \.,<"*,...!*} .' .f. n *%\j* TJ 'A ViL5Ox.. ,:*i6Gkw.A.WMLTL0cE! It4 trJO.. t-J .. .!, .>" -''' :1 >l"' ''Ia.t.pj. I



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. r! iI '' -. -- : I r\ **' 1i 4i .... JIQ ,3 t. St.'-*nU4Lan Riven. a._.Geeta1wa.. JACKSONVILLE .
oval Johns
iiz ;THE NEW SOUTH. 1 ..- The situation &t.New Orleans. .' The Crapo' Florida. 4 I ally large; berries' large, ;; THE
:. :green, tinged with red; vigorous; best Jacksonville and Palatka to be connected -
bewildered reader of the dispatches To whoever reads the valuable paperof At the late Fair Thomasville the
The 8. at '
J.UAM" I quality; ; ripe July with the Halifax.and Indian rivers SALE AND
., now daily received from New Bid well the cultivation of the in this climates highest yield acre or LlVFpySTABLES
; 0 "C".VI. I Mr, on The season for planting through Dunn's lake, Haws creek on one sugarcaneexhibited

c i1 i. CHO... a.Da j- AbAMSCRRUI& CO. Orleans will thank us lor explaining] I Grape, which. wsett: a.
: .1.' / that It is a ixrailiarily of an election inLouisiana I Grower's Convention, we need offer no vine, althongh'inactive for the formationof south one hundred and fifty miles three gallons of syrup by John Parker,

J. S ADAMS. EDITOR. that the election dos not be new wood and leaves In the winter tbrottgh tbe waters of the most magnificent of Thomas'county. Thl is folly up to ,

: : -_. -- gin unt'l the voting is over and the re- I excuse for giving it prominence n'our months .i i h never so as to new roots Driver in Florida, a dTa section ofthe'State' some of the brag yields in ftknlla. Dr.

-- are.received. at the editorial columns. Compact, praftteri' Bowers'shcrwed of rice, ninety- C. B. McCLINNY
; TOCORREPONDENTSAND OTHERS. turs Capital. Forthatreasun a vine planted previous iio vr altrsicting'morej attentionfrom .samples ; 'YItTvL
'Item Local Wrrat a re iiolicitcd from all part of the The above accurate description of.the and permanent' in' itself3 it ;proves the (b Jannriry' 1st =will become established abroaoTthan any other The rich ono 'bushels to the acre and Dr. T. B. ,

t *.>. t Al coatmuniauiou; *on tubjecu of general peculiar of the elections value of those agricultural societies that8viif before the ensuing spring, and make a hammock.Jands along.the halifax and Little six hundred bushels sweet potatoes -
$4 iigcrsi educational. orial and'.ndustml cbaracerlstc 'growth tban'one to the' acre; OVcr three thousandpOunds.of v Node bftoB to the public that .-.L. .
topic*. apr shouJna1. bcir letter*a* In Alal-hua L'on counties, 'was' not to -elicit" 'from actual 'et fli'atorSlike niffeirTliorevIgorous' Indian rivers proper, are equal to those the-.- HARTRIDGE S'l BLf.S '
,, brief** the feet*and 0I. UI permit. planted ]later in tbe season.., %It is also ef th.gulf hammock.,. They.were the seed cotton, an4 ,other cropsIn' thc Mr1ROPQUW4HOTLL,*..xAVERYLARCETOCK
I tl LIA'WW We 1 not rebiIlsIibk cll fo expressed, by ourcurrapnndenu. propably intended lor them: but i the Mr. Bidwell aDd 'fotbers, tbo'TeSnlts better able to withstand the dry weather choice of the early Spanish and English proportio'n. Were among. the entries",

.I IM returned._. Rejected Aouayuiyus manuscripts contribution can neither New York' Tribune's picture of el-tio] of their experience.The" paper i is -a that we aru sare to have* in ,lApril and settlers who put thousands,of t acres.,bi made. c MULES FOR.SAK OF HORSXs A.SD

.t *iU R b affairs in Louisiana! ./ model'one of its class and should be cutout May. them in the' highest state of': improvement Tbe' Umrlng'parties' in Jefferson

i:' ___________._ __________' and preserved by every one that Before planting) cot ;back; all of tlw and gathered therefrom larce and county in this State were awarded pre Those de irf,f to purchase #3 find j It la tkei ,j

; ;& ; Executive Control of Official Resign A IvJis-Sutement.. ]longer roots to ,at 1 least,eighteen.i inches, valuable harvests of ind g sugar, tobacco miums : Mr., E. VV. Stephens for the vantage to examine this nnuioalrv(am and -'
j contemplates grape growing., ,It js a stem about inches. 1 L lorida raised stocV.adapted W all.a...ftC. -'
; Tt : _flons.S and the. to eight and cotton.'Among these, under jest pair of Georgia ,or
The negroes have a most confirmed irst'class grape; manual: Dig the bolt at tbe required distanceswhich' 8esaion matched horses, ,and. the. ,best, broodmare
ci If a die ( bo liregiin t'ttlftly.yeans'of'Engli bJ OUTFIT Of
; :
of itI'tan' hatred for the whte' race all through the fa .Cont.'enlwnEt'ery should'bu three lect in diameter, such ; MK: Bryan for thre, year
Gentlemen,of from 1763,10, ,,1783, were men".as
;. (in the same official connection) South And it their fear of the su one who has read or studied any ,of the and from'six ,lo- eight inches deri, according Lords Hawko, Egmont;- Greenville and ol d'bull ; and special mention'was made BUGGIES PHAETONS "

-: i ", or, can. be roftigp an elective,office and perior1 intellect and' martial Mrcngtb ol numerous works on vine-cuUuro, is to the size of lite tine" Fut a Hilliborro: Sir .Vm. Duncan' and Dr. by the awarding committee of sample OTHER, AND

; after accepting another and incongroout the whites that has prevented the occurrence aware that the. grape has bt.C:1'tllira! r few>shovelfulls of the compost previously Turnbull ironi England1 Governor ot cotton exhibited byLern/'Shtflnana.: CARRIAGES,

\ -4 appointive office, involving the ol many uor ntblcakshan have ted and esteemed as one of the choicestof mentioned in ,;the hole, and incorpo"Drjytony Major:'MouTtrfer'ami Richard IVeedman.Jefferson countyV'' of toe latest} ,.
: perfortnance occrred since war. The wbltc'peo.- fruits from the earliest ages. lri'rate it well with the subsoil. Spread Oswald, of South Carolina; :abd many The'Timet says the fair.was the most ,
; 'I
; of functions pertaining an- pie c\'trIwh'hni always endeavoredto America, from its very that settlement he roots out carefully, and place tfie others of' equal note Jh'1772 they,exported successful which has yet marked tbe his FOR LIVER SERVICE ,"

L : ,/itber department of the government, ( of friendship and the culture of the grape attracted the attention vines at such depth that the crown of _$100,000 worth :o*. Mdigo. The tory of .the South Georgia Agnicultural hick.flt furnulMd

; ..f ;I Kill of his own will, and at the instigs- harmony with the"negro, but can only of the colonists. In. Florida, the roots will be'tbree inches, below the couq'F1J.' now being resettled rapIdly and Mechanical Associalion.-Fto- be ,

s t1'notfriendsan4' succeed in keeping on tolerably] friendly I to 1860, several vineyards had sirfaco.the; ends of the roots should bea ridian. AT THE 'SHORTEST NOTICE
the. connivance previous as any other, portion of ,the State ;
wit with him in all localities
t: ... terms ; but been established on the St. Johns liver low inches lower. Use' the surface and more "natufHi attractions Charleston] Nov. 2-1.-The',new' I-gislaiure ,
the ; --
f possesses 5-
,i. executive, throw off ,the obligaytions where they are in the'mljoritj their audacity negleeteJor soil to fill A few handfulht of bone 'and on If*' .
but during the war they were up for northera'risttors. Irs namral resources ] met at Columbia !Iay. Elliot,
*S of the latter office and resume the manilHts: itscf, and they become abandoned and up to I860 their cultivation flour or, ,some thoroughly decomposed are i imniens>. Open the' communication colored,J who' recently resigned his scat MOST REASONABLE nRM ,
insolent] and Often intolerable Inthehbehavior
: ,elective offco which 'he once absolutely] bad not been resumed, with the unnuro :will not come amiss if mixedwith'the above referred to,and the in Congress to become leader in the. -
towards the
4; '; "abandoned peopled exception ol a few vines, of ScuppernOng : soil in filling'up, and' will'give: whole] country,will' 'densely: ] popuUi- Legislature, was elected Speaker of the Mr. C.,)f. HRITTAIN I b .

1' :.: ', Siwh is the practical question is The abu"t statement of a correspondent and Augustine grapes!, which grew the vines a vigorous start in the spring; lated in .five, ,year ; .nnd! become' the House of Representatives by a voted and Manager and will always bend aukmed at the SuUe Aa
tat of tboJcw; if true of untrimnied and uncured fur, When ,plantingjrlries the first time in included ready to aiwnd to all business ppnaimaf
f S Z 'Yolk.bunc. mostly largest tributary la Palatka and Jaek- sixty-one ta ftrty-bne, the ,minority to the "
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Cur .
Bolutjon by Senator instructions the ubfetueem. .\ .
presented Ol."t'fIS' culture was receiving' but ]little Florida, my from nurseryman the in Charh- Me u'Uy. ,
any of the So rn Stte. which by grape sonvilJe.rcplwha.t; Lhe-.l\1isouri is to the whole fusion party Sept.16. i84a.VBANK .
Zt resignation of his senatorship, his were to plant so.that the crown 1.
the we more than doubt-i* emphatically attention. Mississippi, the 'Indian river will be.lo tone 'The delegation contains several -
I .4UJfl1ifltLcIt to be the clerk of St. Johns way When I came to the Slate in the fall of the root would be eight inches below the Et.Johns.The 'reprentalivcs :lot the property and .com- W.COUMM._;, VBAKK M,AMMS

c ,:fcof.nlyt blk acceptance that position 1 untrue of the State of Florida.: of 1867. and planted out a'small l vineyard !the surface of the .gr!und; ,but. from, a "United States Coast Survey are mercial interest., hitherto! unrepresentedin

The colored population ot this State, in it was'with'some misgivings tba'tthe press of other work I was snncwhatneglectful PES & ADAMS,
:1 have .GO
:::.; (ttU uf Svhicliacts and doings wero for- his instructions arid already ordered tosurvey.a canal'across the Legislature, null proceedings .
S their quietude, orderliness, submisMv results would prove ..a failure. ALthough of planted ,tho :narrow:strip of ;dividing' )lands between been began to eontst\ ,tKeir ,seats 'although CALM i,
finally: published in the official l gazette,) the abundance of .wUtl''i e: a portion shallower. The result was 300
ness to law; general civility to white the Indian riter proper.and Mosquito they" were_ 'elected_ by nearly
and his ultimate proposed re-appearance < growing! in the hammocks were prool that those planted shallow' made much lagoon where the present canal .majority FIN E G RO.CEJUES.

; ; S .' 1 Senator from io St. John's county. people, and in desire far iOlprOementlgo coiduszyOthai the vines at le.ast.would the best growth' And a few years after i has: becD, ut. This ,strip of land is coquina ,Two of' the city force 'of' An- .
far the of;their from occasion to remove some of the police
beyond expectations luxuriantly] bill the fact that having
;Si t-Upoii former occasion, where the Actingliovernor grow ; rock, is soft antl"ery'ei J to excavate guslal Ga., Mcslrs Michael J. Hall and .fRENCII ,COX414WT1O4VEk 1 .
I vines I that those
k L would in the rainy season, I found planted.deep '
IricntU.' us held at tho, time of their. they ripen about ten feet above thV water Edward Collin, had n wresting: contest -
retliDeu resignation! had fears' that would mildew and had thrown out new roots near tho surface : "
they hundred
.emancipation, and this i universally and that the old In and only eight janti wide on Saturday night.,which nhcd fatally FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUIT. ,
of Senator Dtivsil till roots'.wef< AUVI
3 from
] I connty, rot, but'now, after an experience i From this canal north to th'fo h'end of the Hall [ .
to ,
conservative Demo- Monday morning E.
acknowledged by : much the condition when ] on S.
I that cndeav.ors same lritell *
: ('m ) led t issue an cxpostfactjoc. seven y an>i can'say my 4 navigable waters on< the. Toruoko the I from Collins .falling on, ,him.. Collins ., ETC,

S tarnation: in abundance of Iuthe': marketS Before or aRcr planting, a good,stout Have inttorc" and tu arrvn.FIRSTCLASS,
pal, Go\-rnr! Hart, of the credit of r4 NOT EXACTLY 'CONCILIATING.-TIIO Jacksonville (the grapes past .season is. also light, wood stale, seven feet long, should .: is i about seventy-rive the mijes.! ; ,} om previous to his deulh, 'exonerating..1Jim
I thence across. land} to the navigable] ; -
tifying the wrun'i done, the Floridiapublished'a Shryeport Times.ui the'17th iust., says: abundant proof l 'that others" ve been be driven down twelve inches from the : wafers of HAWS'creek the dist nre (:an.i from:any intention lo injure him. : GOODS,

4 conclusive tend equally so; and what i is more surprising,. vineHaving! endeavored'to; give, the i riot exceed ten' miles 'arid the 'ave'rase' POLAND ON ARKANSAS nEP nTERS.- '
argument \Ve want no representative.onthe returning detvils ,foundation ; Poland 'had an Inlcrview with Which,by making TERMS CASH. ofcr .'
for they
Judge :
i iing to show that the holding of an elective I tind uti entire ubscncu of mildew on necessary ,Iayjng the -, height above tide level of both streams tt
board favors concessioud
; no or. of the Attorney-c enal Williams Arkansas t : LOWEST PRICES
either leaf or fruit, and with the except our vineyard next,important cannot, be over ix feet. No dams or upon
office was matter.eutirely I between ( Kellogg and Packard If GeorgeL. is trainin The' fi l affairs yesterday and will wait ,
1 I'I lion of a few varieties;, a remarkable step Sts asonOnlyone'cano locks will be required: .there,will always upon -i':
t the uLcbtl l und his which Smith is counted in over.W. M Levy should be allowed the President lie thai ,
constiiuento. to freedom from'rot.. It is true we have to grow- hMiay report Social AtlfmtiM f ike Lutte callto oof.
be water 'In.fact these
canals -
; 1 or Twitchell i is counted in over Flam, all of the other shoots should be rubbed enough. two the interviews, purporting, to have been -
: i in lin-'ations soil to contend
: some a poor will make Indian : ;
asnexccutva.ntvasnutneeessary MAILLARD'SSUPERIOR
let Smith and Twitchell be killed. If : ,riverrfa tributaryto CANDY
t with but the rivers woodland swamps off., The alter culture, the first season held l with him, as. published ,by St,Louis i
,, so the severance o( the connection was Johnson and Tyler in ,DeSoto, a'1'o i the St. Johns one hundred times more :
consists in the free from Bohemians grtlssl Jt.IS8.aLd ,ina -
abound in an abundance oi material for keeping ground ,, valuable than th 'wLol ; St. Johns.: are .And to our assortment oC '
; by the resignation of the of- counted in over Scales! and Schulcr, as upper ) -
completed fertilizing consisting Jf,,muck, leaves; weeds and the vines tied to \Iho: stakes the i curate".Washington Ctirouiclc\\,N l..21.
The heme crvfriest .
1 the New Orleans thinks FItJSERVJS.: JELLIES. ,ETC.piC.NIC.PARTlESj .
? without to the Republican or In December the that ,
; 1cbl any regard cxecu- in ?11t'1I. fish. &u. Although the culture of following, cane tention of- sim(' 'burmost practical] ,STEAMBOAT: SUNK.-On the 11th' the -
it Levissee ill Johnson ,
Keating ,
; I n wns allowed to grow the past: season arrived her wb trf in' I" 7-----
.tive :acceptance: or non-acceptance olpuch the vine i is yet 3n its infancy, we maycungratulate men. Wo shahIhaveanire to steamer Empire' at '
CiwKio counted in, < say upon
are or Vaughan, will find
t I: 4: ourselves, that the time i is should be cut back to one font, and two New Orleans, but atWlatean hour'that it a4vantagen.icafla to '
: The Floridian then the.subject hereafter hope our Jacksonville
rKsignHtiou. Iloranand Lamb, then )let Johnson', 1'Icr \ t to *we sliall'male the replenishing of LUNCHEONBASKETS
not di.stanrwheii thousands of 'acres cane allijwtd, grow thej following of[ her had"retired for -
: far neighbors will begin to their most passengers '
proved any intervention will be devoted to its culture, and the heing interest in to it. I'alalka Herald.Du ; the night; She was very heavily loaded,
regard ,.
; so letl officer, frpnT Congiu'ssmat X2-Purchases delivered
the official and the every '
4I elective off also bunches fruit should
;la'ccn grape will form an important article olcommerce. ; any they the water freely coming over her 'gun- ,
down LIIII tli.stiiituiparUh s's LAKE FLA. Nov. 12 1874
'l'nt ,
1 rj*ople'I to be an unwarrantable imperil ( : every Not only. is it one of tho111'st 'make their appearance.The alter treatment walcs.i Between and 4, o'clock in the GOLDKN&'ADAM.
.. I on the State be served. We cannot the second the Editor I'alalka; Herald:-I nee an article Ttos'Marble Front BuiJdinttr Craad K-,
delicious nod easily-raised Iruite for, season, being she to be inking
discovered -
and morning was *>
unconslilutuinkt ,
.lieZiL executive pro.EUinplion afford to be defeated by a ring ot in the You in ''J"urdgsu of, ,the .7th, inst..:in tt->4 tf timutl to..d. ,JadtsvnvSIe,I1uth.FOR .
but it also gives quick returns; and in same as prC'iuu3ear. can and, wei.t, down so, suddenly that :
: ruling to defeat the popular Hxjundrels after we have triumphed. reference lo the proposed.canal connecling -
decide ( will train I future
conjunction wilh orange-culture, planted now; howyou your most of those in the cabin u'tre drowned bR
H Human life be the' of tho St. Johns with the SALE ,
but the waters 'LtfASE.
will. Will the precious '
; its may
Florin re-publish in rows iutermediate between the orange ,'intsrhctbcr', to 'stake or trellis. ; in.Ihcir berths. 1 be sli-arrier 'was evidenlly"overlotded'an'd ? -
; lives ol all the and Halifax and Indian rivers by of .
carpet-baggers politicians The method is to train way ,
: I argument? trees would fOIm'an important nuxiliaiy ll.lalre' adopted tho extra strain
in Louisiana are valueless Dunn's lake-with 'only. a distance! of .
.t compared and because
stakes botbfor
\ returns while thu ro economy caused tlie} of otherstearnera -
and'Kivo speedy i by
: jamming
; with the work' of justice and lil>- about eighteen miles canal ing. the construction .
\ Outlook for the 1 dc'nnh\t1lh6" best results be obtained
S -, ,' Season. orange- trees were arriving at maturity; can in making landings must have IN THE SOUTH.
\ ,of which would 'up an
eity. rind Florida ; in that way on our Jight.isanJysoils. open caused her break >
: i The early presence of( lar more thanl4ie i the advantages possessesover inland navigation' of four, hundred miles to amidships., ; 'THE-SKA ISLAND HOUSE. situated i Ia Eewfort. -
To rightly( undcisLind tin- full! foree: of Also whm trained in that ,
all other StaseV irijj,oint of. early I. ; man
: Richmond Va.,,November 2*. The .S.C will bckaicdur.snLda&prvatcalc.term .oa
.: number visitors frt the North or and completing thenianynaturil "; -
m one ,
this it should oo'st Jlcr. nearly nil.the e fruit ,15 I shaded "byiheoverha'nging morSe, among which will rarintact ion. "
proposition, 1.ledJb\t ripening! places us beyond.competition.While1' certificate of the election of Representative give
't:' :. that has been! ever known at this .senson : the Northern' is I leaves and rij!>en3 11l0 Ce'e'nlr : \ avenues to the two great This property a dctigbUuiiy located on the LtnV Il
Ccorgo L. Smith was, the Republican grape-grower diti'tincd cti'niidercial 'citl('s"ofli'ist Florida from tho Second Cungrei-Moual the Beaufort river and cmnmanfb a fine view of 'on'Royal
: f' f1e\j-tr. give U! promise of : long candidate for Congress 'for this' district content with three to tell cents per than' when exposed to the dirtttrtJ's'of'the -ftilatka.and. Jacksonville. The District of 'Tirgfnia, was .awarded\ 'to harbor and surrounding sea UUaib, :
Should decided tourist .
$ to ,realize siin.- yon As a Winter Home lor invalids and .Beau
and full "season"Jur1ng: the-comin and it is still .doubtful\ whether or not pound, we can safely. expect train lo'stakes,, cut back each'of,the rote would expedite'mail .ai1ities't.llalifa Hon. .JE.XJoo<.te.SL'FERVISINOiAuCUITECrMCLLKTT.., fort offer*' attraction superior to those bund at uf
k t' other from twentyto forty.The.increasing and rivers least other point,on aho Nxith. A din tic coast,aadtquat wj
': \ip f; ,.Among good indications he has been elected. Twilchell, also in iutel'est 'maul fested in. eno's'grown tho iweviotis season to two Jndi.tq' at forty- : .- any in the vicinity of Jacksonville,Fla., with which,

: r i \ is noticeable the fact thai never before this district for Slate this culture induces a corresponding dy- or three eyes; if tp trellis- cut. caeh euneto eight .hours. It', would bring \.within A good deal sensation has been cjiuioi place it ha.dose communication b,nuJ.and the Yew.
\ was running n.Itorand -
< York, fort Royal and Feruuklina Meanohip Una
Iislancovti of '
1 1 .,; : ul this lime hare so many strangers has ; elected sire fur information with regard to details'of about four, fiet. in length and bend striking amounts, pine, by the circulation of'a report of serious 1 he hotel wit enlarged io zIp,and is now in cl.lent
: \ been distributed undoubtedly been ; the Various operations'connected down)in oppo .itt> directions,' and! lie. to cypn-ss and live oak umber, and large, mj nderst in ling' between Secretary repair. It contains thirty-five Urge and wd1._.
S '1 through the State, in and Keating Levisse and Johnson have in this th, lower bar of the In-JHslo firm t.rns., wild ;oRi'rige'grp'.cs., Fruit raising i horticulture .. Bristow and Mr. Mnllett: supervising CiUted room,many of then Dang r*,iMV,*aada&a-
with It is
it. -not
different : my purpose ing-ronra 35 by 75 feet adjuimi g whick 110'a Connxxfious -
sections, ant all actively prospecting probably, .elected to the LcgUIatim I tlLP\'T,'to give uu exhaustive or' lengthy Yon,!may Vxpcl this,tIi
) ;'h 4 for available locations for settlement from this city, though the vote is soclou account of the:'operationsi necessary for few'fxiunds of grapes to" each'tvin ,-,but the, ccuntrY"wonld be greatly! .advanced has been made that Jr.-)Iu1Jclt : 'All the appointments the tti the increasing buildi:g imports.the attraolra.f_

;r t and business. that the official i l ; deckle the formation out ,'ineJ'trd.hut a few it i.4 well not to allow them"to' lJearJt"o where il'isnow'companili! \ely tendered his resignation,to, the f ccrttary Pun surmMidiiig Royal,Uie direct nrpxJIy railruad communicauoa wilk ail.

: .14 The I factthatsornany' of these I only count. can. general directions', which !may beguile a much-A judicious thin 0j11gt Out of the a forest. This expense of constructing und il was 'accepted ;. but the ..latest] dis the targe ciui-s North'and South,added to the Let that
S early it. smaller bunches advisable: .., better this canal considered }in conipariron to patch; Novfmber22'toihe New, York this is. the Duly first-daw hotel ia the vicinity itsdtr
: visitors are passing _- to planter or grape- I r its and is ( this one of the most dosirabkan4 pt'lIfi"'bIc invcMmmsio
throngh our city magnitude importance, a mere
,, not to overload: thevino while young, Tribune, 'says: Tho'secretary, upon the booth. For infonnallun ta to terms, addmCtmmiaiuKtrt .
S 't''I: and, along the river and by Railroad An Apology. grower.In selecting' situation ior a vineyardthe as it will often mioasly.injure its future cipher. So ', our observation ,ar.d being questioned to-night upon th subject //"fretJtnun't &* T.C. ,

t .5 I arc dispersing to other pails of the Stat. ', !"TlIE BLST ATTAINABLE MAN JXW main point !should butt avoid as far growthr': Each suecveding'eon( cut information goes',' the proposed) [ outruns said he did not deem 'it: advisable ii-ii-at. 0.11Hi., Hasting.t to'&*"*/,"V.,s.CU C'

,:' ', though not. directly encouraging to UNITED STATES SESATOK.**-Says the as 1 possible, low ituati ns. If the roots baek'the growth of 'the )'preceding'yearto through' a clay country, as you tosn'ymbre than that ,the matter was

f '' ':\j those conducting t local 'business is NEW SOUTH "With a possible Republican be exposed to stagnant water the vines two'buds, nut"Toi' getting an the state which ntItI.i'cunsieJ rable: importance greatly exaggerated, and that:aid definite ftJm.ra1a4ua1cs. and Chignons,aiBUCRTS.l'URNIShlED .
I l' to the Tho1 attractive
on' time that a'judieious application or fertilizers enterprise. action hud been taken.1 -- -
]; majority joint ballot, and such are liable to become diseased andUK* !
J : of excellent, augury for the .State at is : )to maintain d healthy ocean ran bo reached by an extension RST HOUSE! .
3 Republicans as Ramlall, Kaiser, Van grapes rot. All of the higher lands nceJsar3 Tim E' LONGSI ORDIL"i'S 'STRIKED The 'F

:f;?; }are, and hailed. by nil, who 'aIlen burg, lleQua, i'liilbriek, Uleason.Kdwards Itoth hammock and pine, are suitable. and vigorous growth. ol t only would one or afford two 'miles mot ,commodious and Dunn'slake sInks of, this formidable Body of ]laborers '

';: ff; wisely look t the rapid arid' permanent (C. H.) Hunt, Durkee and New hammock lands are to be preferred The reading of this essay was listened harbor ; alter: a good .deal of Jost..time and .Ix:'ACJlSOJIYtU.S

I ::! development of,ibe whole State, as,the others there appears no impending" necessity to''either pine or those,that have, been in to with intense interest and quietness, Very respectfully some roughdiscussion, in which, clubs ,FOR S A, L E !

,fii best and KUrebt reliance,fur the Io elect a Democrat. Why does cultivation. "After having selected, a and'at its conclusion, in'response to inquiries yours.HAW'CREEK.. were the principal arguments. seems to ,The u.dratgncutcndiig: to remove lo his.ptasa
} devcll the NEW SOUTH omit, the host ol other proper location for a'vineyard, the next _- bo losing ground. The New York boa.will sell h.residence on Adams Street near IMSt.

Jt ( ment uf local every part i. good and true Republicans who wouldbe step will. be the preparation of the soil from'the'audience, Mr. Ui
.. 4 t JThe man ,who merely] stops at a hotel willing to make a sacrifice to serve for the reception of the )'oungille. that he 'plants' melons between "l ere is but little; rise in endiavorirg Apptyt J.C.GUZLKY;. H. S. .

: ..;,tfL ittI Enterprim*, Palatk Jacksonville or the Stale P There are the two J olmsons.E. In all sandy soils thero- is usually a want grape ,'incs."ur the last five years:he Poland OLD MAN' POLAND. known to throw the veil of mystery or speculation :Ja.dIM7'i/, March, 6., 18,.. twSStfGentlemen's ,
G. and J. W.. and Cheney, :hud Totter of, organic 'n :lc'rithl. and that want Judge now commonly around ---
the result of the
p Fcrnandinai as visitor and has melons to'New York' and 'longshoremen'
sight-seer, 'shipped as gag-lawPoland, arrived in the .city underwear .
and Purlin, and McLin, and Wallou, should be supplied by applying a compost at BUCKVS.C. .
strike of tbu
I is, at the Leat only uf temporary one and Bowes, and Mawbey, and Walter, of leaves, muck rushes, and marsh last year he netted lurty cents apiece.c>a1 )yesterday, fresh from .Arkansas,,and has that the* week must ,past be succsaful declaring .
:. : I jfit while i so gratified wilb our and liisbee, and' a few' others not for. gras, or stable manure. If the soil is his melons., He_ grows the, Augusta been be going around ever old since fellow seekingto as so and So and this and that. : will certainly -, ". MATHER.." = FRANK' E. L1TTLK.-
int The
: ; r \ genial and h ) our getting Col. Martin, the genial hot of not naturally good,or has been croppedfor stripe melon exclusively] I lie does not rvl wed was and 'prove to be the case, ,and consequently _J

: ;t 1 .lauds, mid our ahll.'lhnat l'belJ the wrll 1 patronized hotel at.Chattlihoocbe homu considerable time, a compostof consider the Northern .seed good.' In almost his pestered whIle- he to death'by was at Little Clayton' Rock. there'can be IKI failUre, Truth ";.;J "." : _" : :
named gang ,
; while among the colored brethren the above materials should bu i '
permanent resident- that,lie is" induced who have been so singulltrl.r overlooked spread upon the land and plowed in. shipping by the, Savannah: line ,he had They!coaxed and bullied him so that he compels thus far has the admission beea that the strike' L.;: SIATHER & co.,
not and the C.
i a success
; Ui settle dorfn In the State always lost fruit-from five to twent '. almost promised them to make report :
somewhere ; by our Jacksonville, uotemporary, there On new hammock lands, not necessary ) ,
: outlook tier ?' bitter!determination
a seven days
in their favor.. Now since he has _, .' ..
:: loom in such for the first If the gotten ; : U.
";ulds bis own proituetlvuand creative up conspicuous prominence year or two. five per cent.: Had to pay the freight in on both JBidcs: to. slick 'tu their
( of their he : knows
out clutches
:: to the Republicans as Stokes, ,.Hnrmon, Saunders -. soil is not dry. it. nhould be made so by advance. Thinks that melons] hardly i la not in the .
power productive capacity of the such early can what to say or do about it. He has had original.retoluUons, least .v. -
\ Mclnni. Hodges }Fortune Hill i drainage, but it is better to old! ? '
I S :.: \ whole community and thus becomes and ud so forth. Are location S be profitably'raised ''on new land. He several talks' :with Attorney:neraT and encouraging for' the' ]lock-out brawny -S ,
: Dr.UR so on lI, laborers. since : t-*ot.STATONERS! '
,,:..' .' ) permanent contributor to, that,general these names and such as the e not worth The distance apart which slues should plants.about1 the 10th' of; March. Considers has seen' the' President once or twice.' the strength Every of the day strikers' hast the become rupture

!;; Slat development which n-uf an increase being brought bet'oiu th" ,pubili,' .1"eP] bu planted depends much ou the varieties clean culture best. The\ growing Savannah Neth.WAShINGTON *. more 'and t ore enfeebled. 'Starting out .

'1 :f I business and prospirity! every. Are the colored troops tv do all ,the and t'rcum lanct ., ,As a general or melons]; alone he considers'would be callers President; "Nov. 22.-Among the with heads lull of the advice; 'of a few-
; fighting and not one of them entitled to rule I bhould prefer to set them eight on the yesterday were leaders ', '
} where. they were impressed that' not
profitable., Alexander and 'AND
\' S mention as standing in the line ot po.!si. feet apart in thu row,running north antI '- vLeon Stephens, Georgia, of the dozen -
I. one or more
: St.nuigorsrely much first impressions Jul.hreFolitntl.; ; The interviews. these ships, foreign ...- ,"
r IBooksellers
". I s upon ble] promotion south and the"lOWS ten feet apart. This coastwise l for ? JJr
County. gentlemen or up ,.sailing at the end of
brief and with
and arc so 'apt to be governed We beg pardon of the Floridian mad distance gives plenty of. loour to cultivate D\&SS were mainly a the week could, be got ready without
:.(' i and is sufficiently far to, aylow' The county C nearly] engrosses view of. paying their respects Judge
by them in apart their ,
: ubse- assfsttnce. Thai
own assurehim thatwe, intended ho slight to ; the local Poland] conversed .with1 the President it"Was.necessary
room to : through' with a mule the attention 'JThe
: "' jeut action, thAt .al'are equally inUrf his particular friends by omitting tht-n and cart for pass the of fertilizing press.' upon Atktiisasinattcrs, but not wish the for "skiiled"hands. such as'ihcY to handle
Floridian :
: says casks and bal"s.- boxes ana barrelsin ,
; tcd in such measures! and intention of f presenting a basis for any action ;
taking pro from bur hurried list of those that firs the land; &e. order
CoMBAT lift
TuE TmCKENsThe : them safely but of thevessels'
: wilting such appearances; ; without occurred 'to'us. He In regard to choiceof, varieties: much by'the Government-; that will JACKSONVILLE, -FLORIDA,
I ai strengthens our Ring seems bent-on defeating the effort be officially done heretofore holds or stow-them properly in ,
only as !!
f S .: \ tending to delusion will, promote the point, by Ills own admission of fitness, depends Northern., although varieties large' succeed proportion'well here.of through tbe courts to secure a lair expression stated/hy.the report V>.U* presented, to them so that in:the event of tempestuous

forming of ajTrceahle in the driven of the peOplb'S'wilt in (bel11t6 of Invesdg1ttiun weather ,might not' shift'and,)arc NE'w'
impressions that we are not byvn ,lacty of good After testing some forty varieties iu the Congress by the Committee HAVE JVST REMOVEDt TO 'THEIR
S '
mind oi i new ronvirs.Is ; election ''in 'this county! ,A pe'rempkjmandamus of which Judge Poland Chair the craft to the bottom of tho ocean.
Democratic selection
I Republicans to a gl't.lundI.would '
past seven years'on my
was awarded by Judge White inIh. In "The steamers would not sail as advertised AND COMMODIOUS STORE
tbe condition of our streets, our recommend Hartford Delaware, Citwehing Mr. Stephen was seemingly .
requiring the Board:of County Canvassera good health and was'' congratulated by ; they couldn't.] It would'be physically : ? :

tidewalkour shm1s,- our tb rhM; Change. of Railroad Schedule.. Ives' Seedling, Concord, Rogen to count the Miccasnkeo return, thu'lVesident'npon the fACt.-New Tort :Impossible to get the ID' ready BAY STREET ilv
I our public, ,meetinsi oiir. city government The Floridian' follows l oC 4, l5, 19, and Telegraph fur early, and. which "was served, '.on4 the County.Clerk Tribune without the help, of, the 'union men.' : : : : .'.'.n? '
speaks as and .No.1 for
Salem Rogers' late. Of :
and are our business habits audi and on Justice Snowden, on. Saturday These were ih al1yIngcries',and such !
in the impending change of time on tho the nbove, Hartford If 'the earliest. last f and yesterday, when it:was>rved GOO'D DOCTRINE FROM TilE NEW EKA. havebeen, the,couDse-ls of,the leaders- WHERE WILL BE FOUND'
afl| J lead
.a ekl to to the formation Railroad schedule in its issue of TUGS Bunch, large compact;; berries ''large'black and i on Sheriff Weeks, he informed the officer The.duty''ofth&; hour then, is 'to reorganize it would be hard,to ,say "designing'l :1d- '

/ft f.fonblc'. Impressions P day last; ; vine vigorous June ; productive' serving it that 1m had resigned andwas: upon'-such a',broad, ;comprehensive ers-yet 'it seems singular that'arguments -

-lI'- flu Sunday next, 29th in St., the long healthy; ripe .b 16th small the past medium season. no longer Sh riff! If thcie was needed .-ntllibcl'ztl basis, upon the prin- likeIhe above should 'be so 'effectually A LARGER: ASSORTMENT

Life of Capt Joseph Fry. spoken change of schcdulq cpmrnenct-i berries DebiwanBnne.h.e-color 1 11Ubh' ,to ; any further proof of the desperation of ciples] of Republicanism pure and sim- used, when the contrary stares { :. : i tt ?ii '; VTi .'"

We have the Jacksonville. iVnsacola and ; Juicy" very the State Administration in this matter pIe, that all men,who 'desire that the the body of the sinkers in the face. In / .\tl .i.rt;O!i .; 41STAT1ONERS"SUPPLIES- :

received" from "Te J. U. over Mobile Railroad. Arrival and departures sweet; fruit of b. st quality for both table it 'is furnished in this last act of Gov dead past ,shall bury its, dead-:can Join every: instan, save one,, ,the regular] ,
and wine ja"lIltb'ripe June 25. ,
't.f JR?" Tublistblng Company ', Ilartroid, will b. as follow; ; ;loose berries Steam's, chief henchman.. I :r"remains to hands with the true. men of the Republican European and ,coastwise ..steamers left .5', : -
Cre-\'elinJr-hulich medium -
.,; Connecticut/ prospectua and pwi- East Tallahassee ; be seen. whether there is, any Jaw left party In the np-buildingbf.Re their: dock on time Saturday afternoon
TraInsgoIng Lcayu
,. ,f': men pagiofu" ,lioot how ready for' di.i- at 9.40 a. m., arriving at Live Oak at ,- blavK ,fttteet ,and "juicY; qualitygoodalpeJune5. which 'can reach .I j jIves1 :
; the authority of bJghc art of : in the hour so behind their1 hour 'ij -' \
a justice government hands of the'party pir regular of
S ,
but 4.20 and at Jacksonville at 10.20
fold .
tribuiIoo| ; m.
p tdarge
medium .
only by subscription Seedling-Bunch has been'derilled and spit nponVand'allin whose past record gives assurance thai sailiDg. i'Thus}' the first week tot the ,":, t S'S-'S ,7J '}..-'; .

A ilheitbuvw: dt, .It( gives a com ptn.Trains' going We-.t Leave Jaek on-; | ; berries'and medium' :black; vines order that ti set of candidates whom' administration 'of:government' 'will strike :of the 'JonshoremeJ' must in ANVOTHER'HO1JSEIN ,FLORAT -
}>lcte a and vigorous healthy'; a good the people have; repudiated At the ballot the best interest of lh .wholectmntry. truth be f '
: btgph11' 11LI. generous yule ;it 7.45 a. m., arriving at Live Oak rlpeJune 2$.- conserve termed a tailure .. ; : '
.S the of Cututn: at 1 and at Tallahassee at' 8.05p.m. grapo; box, may be rounted into scats,for which, Notwithstanding the serious position ::7P .
: .-'" 11.'r rvrntful nc"'al an officer Liberty in the, p..- S" P'nc-Uuncb! : but !largo;somewhat berries block; tiny,had,been overwhelmingly' defeated. .The lessons just received: must beneeded'and of affaifs/or the union men.. as gleaned '
; bearer *
wbt good rip n unevenly '
; there roust be less of from. lLSt' .' record : tub p1CI'CHARGED
: ihey
personal .are WITH
Two trains between
States run daily ] [ PRICES
: /J/Jted Navy in the Confederate Live passenger 00' and Jacksonville. One ; rip} July, LRogers' ". LIBERAL CnrnaTrAITr-.4be: 'New ,aspersion and vituperation, and a born in their determination not to work

S terrier, and in .its melancholy but heroic is.: the ''regular through train 'over the berries 4 (Wilder first)-Bunch large goodgrower York Tribune reports the following first larger field for Independence'of thoughtand for_the reduced wages: In their recent FOR GOODS OF THE S

rlo. In the earnrrt fffoit to sure J, 1'.. the other is a through Aily) from large ripe,-. quality' ; class summary'ot liberal Christian doctrine action within party lines. meetings there was,a spirit of unfriendliness DESCRIPTION1 NORTHERN QTIS.

: liberty fur CUI : Savannah leaving Savannah i in the ; from recentsermon, of ReT W. breathed in several speeches that
T- ,
)", No. 15
.Rogers' (Agl&wam-Buncb
analuJlUdeh'O and .i Alger of the Church of Jtho,Messiah The American Institute Fair ,closet i I. not pleasant note,, and they have
: : morning Jacksonville Bt
I S len enoughiftbe lntl of countge night running arriving through from to city large; berries large, red, or amber; New 'iork, : "Wha, | J js common, to.all its exhibition for 1874 on the 22d Inst.Xhe become so far aggressive as to denounce T17 E INVITE : : .. -
And i and strange advenluro! io city ; strong grower j ripe July 1.Rogers' is essential .
dtv.cU ,, The dU
'Jn twelve hours. agreements are daily,average of visitors is estimated certain steamship owners and stevedores, vy"S. "
: '.tn upe] of halt" dozen No, .19 (Merrimac)-Bunch vine" the dissensions are diabolical.l at lOOOO.bl1t 07 '
tun' Passengers Noith from ; on some days it has been asserting they will never again work for :
t able n>mane*., Giving, J Jf going west oLive Jargu .btirries large black;:vIgorous ::
a dos. Htu ; very Not until I'yleld to Christ and slncci.iyrepent as high as'2OOOO. The fair "opened on them even if they'should back to old
Oak tab the night train from Live go -
: *t ( rcible! s nd dirrrct pieturo of the grower; first : ripe July 1. :
and for virtue anti confide the 9th of!
Oak as usual], the detention ,at the latter quaUtyJ. long September. Not a pocket matters and pay the union prices! Meantime ANDZCOTN1YDEAK
.' .cruel and *>ciou< CoiidtiU of the opre ', Telegraph- ium; compact, lathe all-forgiving God ami cleansed bas been ;CITYAND
& place being from 4.20 to 9 m..San. picked since the:opening, (certainly .the Cunard, White Sar; National, "
S |> << or'.< Ihe "ijile Hr C.vbn, In. ii ,__ _. p.' black; very vigorous; early and productive by the Spirit, and know that my burdenIs an extraordinary fart, which alone human, Author' anal other lines have : f4'::?- -:. /

lw.wer 'tl ; ;, IncreaiU the ;.ripe June 25, Uno of 'i
gone. There monopoly grace should,cause ',the.exhi\ldoIUQ be grate. made, or are I\boutmaking.permaoen&: '' 4
'- uri.Agjyraijctliy; /Mt, 1nil: our' people '. .Francisco, Nov. 22.-lIr Stevens ;*Salem-Bunch largo; berries large, in sect, or party, priest or fOilitutloPt fullyremembered by.all its wealthy patrons arrangements through their stevedoreswith 'THE BUCC; NERAU.Y.TO Ot'ST

: trtlir.' gth>x |>tthWs ol that Ulr w elected delegate. to Congrww' from ffly:round, r u1first.quality: ; ripe dogma sacrament verrwhcre anq ), a; all'CTente'noneuhiuL tbe men who did their work so,well -"

k island, iLl I worthjr the wdeulu which' Arizona 'by 'v>r three humfrfdity na.JI-! 11)$'.- , j'- 'S-I always God "acceptetii him that-eth ported at tbe',11tf:' r thu"stin1nten4- J last the'winter is Ch'- ; AvflfaiicT wiB i ""S ..j.i .

I r: "., ;kithyrvper tffJrtilt. 1 bound""to, .o ecl. by ilujoficial returns. t" .;' ,1i' 1.$n"5No.. ;iXGjoelhel-j-Buacli iisa-' right in humility." .'-: GiiJ Vt- :i.-: i.J .J'.JJLooC.-j J'il'I-_ I Ing4j weeks,'. : tfm-h rmitevf.TOySEMWy '_ ':
4 __ '.' .'_. "_ __ ,. ,i._ _'_', ioI;,: i'106' '

rrI: J 1raR. : EKtX. AqKSQN It L S 4RYkM } R rt't; ,874, .

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r 'NEW side and ttrry contiguous. Is Ilia residence street Presbyterian Church held MAR7ETIBmImcr. .
of Mr. F B.Fond,owned by Mr. union Thanksgiving service the open. :' OB Husraday Morabg Kov A splendid aaItest of new style Jack.Lace very

---'J'tJ'ItDA y "MOR _1 S. Fairbanks. Both of tbeae structures ing prayer being made b the pastor If.atS&_ ,fla.b7tM RtT.C.O. low figures. 'C.J1II1 : : : "

would have E.JL.Foster of Sanfcrd Ha,to Mary *1-1* tf FtmoscoTT, .-. &Co. pi.wATEBPAij. T; .WAREROOMS !
speedily CtlleQ a to the Rev.Mr.C
"N'ovember :8. 18'74Relicious prey mmingsrBermonby .Rev. of-tb hue Dr. N.JX Bca..r.lILs. (S& J1a. : THE, CJCNEY'HOVSEt =. .. '.l / t J..u .

flames.but for the.u perhnman exertions Mr. Fitzgerald of. balME.vChurrh, ;QCanti :<:. \. : .1 i i JACKSONVILLE: RETAIL-MARKET.Carrected ., -' '

-- .. of the Fire Department; to.hOle labor South the Rev. Mr. 'B* MRS. S. A. DAY. | -- : :1' -
DircctoT7tVakI ; "ofthe .
Podge! .MUTATE BOARD.A Weekly,. JB.RocGrocerBay street. -; .' .. '. :. l,j :JJ"t.; _.: s"Jdt I
.nd..c..m pubI ewtvy Saturday it is due that the fire was limited 'to the Southern,Presbyterian 'Church and the few per os can be accommodated with good Ward a0w13-GAi.. I IV' I Good board at_\rates. -. D'lV.1S.f& R E\V

\\,1 ItI : of Sabbath services as may be area in which it originated.' The house 'Rer.Mr.pence. of,the i.M.(E., Church ia k quiet*fiunily' oy applying to the subscriber. 'at. die cbkkcasperp.Ir..per Ib__..._.__' .. zss a as ---ULt'l.Liberal terms, made tat those dcttring. :asks 11-11-3-a peswRIDDELL ; .I.. ,. '. .'.- ;......, '."441P1RLOR .

._. \ Z Friday afternooek.1T bad was owned by Mrs,H.N. Bradbury and North participating in the ministrations.In corner ef Cedar. aod Beaver streets.sieltf cickess.ha1fpuwspet _.,. > *& C '. .' s -i ".;(.; -I t irJ* n
-' Duval Irtet. 'Wav STSTSOH. Turkey each,(few In the market> |a eotil .
St.1-\.W tjrt.ell K SSrSuna.y service... was being renovated,.for "the.occupancy the erening the'concert'of the children ; T-rkey -- -_ I 5D i t 175 I rfJUrWjf %. dai;,. .t tH *. N.: Friday. S _; \ WWd Turkeys, rarri._ I tf ,.. SW-rs CHAMBER SUtTS
of from.thcf.North of School TAX PAY US. ; se e eo ; .
a family! jssupi Iligh ?
I k. _. ,, was gifetf at Metrp- PasWIys11-k----, .so 9 "
&.Jre)gKtfr'tiK&z posed that the fire originated from a politan Hall to a large and Delighted TAR Kemat;and go tra yoarseHesOn tecardJay I in ;> FERNANI INA..F'LA., I. : ;.. .. .. i' _.
Sc .. Services in .. Tuesday oC week JJU.tStXs a' IsL .
i-t 9 II. next .
Jack' '. ', : . ,,-.
IIftiIkI1.s : \- I ; ; "
'uncbJ a' 5 P. II epark falling on the outside of the build. audience. Altogether the day bat Uiflet.psstrIng---_ >s 3 :
iIIe passed vertise aU city taxes unpaid at tisae as required SAMUEL \
JlllJ od. bod'" _1(SOUth).N.LconcrSL Soeephssrf.string. "__ t" sG 1 ;'$ T. RIDDELL.!. .Paorurroa.. .. ...
t.w: iZid1. Rev. j. B. FitzpatrICk ing. Loss $2,200; insured for f 1,500 in off as pleasantly :as. could :have .been by 1av. JtowWAATtaun &a. h"- >5d 50 ,MOSQUITO BARS & FIXTuRES*-

fllufIIof; the Franklin Fire Insurance Company of anticipated. Jadiicsvuis;,n..1'f09I pb..a7 JCHK.ISTUAS -,t' Zj-bEagaiLctit dsfe.'dghteai RUss on he finest : .1f .,'
Ollwch and Hogan aZrCt1.ScTvictt ._ atlATV '. Atlantic BeachXTRefreshing. *
'jji.d ,bll k'A, emy Sunday Philadelphia. The neighboring. building TOYS Bmma.r. .]. pel' Jb', Q 15 sea brecxes. '- v. ,-
Beef. B_ __: i '
II'az The C t "
at..'!&haptis&Oiwh.Dun.1at. was probably.eared' boweYer.-b1 Silver Spr p. 'Good news br the old and yotmfUk. Fallou..rftc.eer,( per .. ,. ill 15* .., OPEN, SUMMER. AND. WINTER.. t'

I.caed Lain. --or a rUle Itft'eft.Itft'rch and) Newiuin-.P streets._. the quick action'of the persons who first ",e cheerfully publish, the following ,Toys in every,Tariety Cross the cheapest to'the finest. Port.perlb..perlbiII.1.- ;*:-_i. _eO'.S ABOARD:" DAVIS & DREW,. cL1
w carper We haft the finest to be found Parlor .,'io
assortment south ofPhlladelpola
6%; High Mas..,,.%; correspondence. The' bouIdna,per n._ "_'____ ill Per day.'JAG:
aII arrived on the ground. Among these .advantage to to'oor' IS \ So**. comer ef s.. ..
,and we guarantee patrons Low WIwc Baaia fIj 14 Per-wrrk --Jr to f iso PmHor

t:1r t'ftIIt, l1roo1.1y1I.;) a 5 raitixinu ftSI.W were Wm II. Lucas, Byron Oak, and Clay,county.of having .regular Prices and Good AiikI ., boxes if toys.pot up from 'FLOCK. o..1Ude with baiiEe' BAY AND LAURA STRUTS .0tcuaMt 5siss.-4'

Coaaly }* tor.cijrner T liable communication be f 10 f 10,Sis and Sao eaprcssly far the trade Fis*Bray JICCIDII Parlor : o. : .
C cannot S couatry .
others ; .
: ,r. w. of PC and U---itjeeti we did not recognize! < W1Ilee.pel'W _-_:_ 9 @u Suit*. -. JAczJoIrfu.LI. ," '. SUM :
.. l\aPU China and saucers suitable far Holiday }: .
h"" : cups ,, Zti2kedpcTw k @ ,
"C".C II.5I =: W bn; oa Rft' ]. It. great'- variety,- Superfine per ** ,.. .6 Fine Business Suit at BUCKYS. '"- ,1 '. '
AfncaNaa, 'What 'is :be lone? .Ataregular meeting of Bla I k Creek SAHTA CLAM* BAXAAK,.', Corn Menl.per sarr_, .QooeJ' '. ----, -, -. --- -y'
5 Paatol Hominy, larfc .. ..... 3onS3Gau'
= Grange, No. 71, Patrons of Husbandry "-'} 41 Pine street- I door' from. Bay. HOUSE 1'. .1 .' ,.., .1" 5 .1:0 .c -
:. Rumor of M r4r. Are our street lamps to be lit at night held at Webster.: Clay county Fla, on '" -.'--' !' RIVERSIDE EXA1UNEOURLARGE STOCK.1 "

here yesterday that a and our sidewalks put in.order, or not- Saturday Nor 7, 1874,after'the transaction ', _t. .4" Apples.LImesperdo.He, J.I.J'__ "_' _. .'5D (9 3 51' (Foraorly RorhcaKr Houae J '. '
rumored "
: 10 1"
It was named Hicks that is the question"very important of the usual business, on motion < '. ;: t-''. :.- ;-i ,; Lemons per dot 5D @ JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA > .
: .
white man -_ -5-- ;:l ,". .
njnied Uwas Bananas, : III
; ",. .3 8 S. '
one for the visitors and <' '. '--' ...' .
question ;
those :'
of : num uvmm TO *
Johnson our .
named .
Jerry 1-
colored man Mcsolved, That the members of this .J rl CLUJr.Cora'peI' .:. oJ .
Wied a citizens whose business depends .,... ALL THE NOVELTIES .' The smdcsigBe< ,.rL Scott one of the proprietors .. .. < a
BJJwin.( Jast Thursday.. Wereceived largely Grange .patrunlze' ..steamer Silver t.'ti6>.-&r&riyji rWA1i.-.r.. bushel I aJ @ I JO of cite ItukDa Hates at HighgaM Springs V. ww' 101' ., 't1t, 'I J
.at definite articu1ars.' on the visitors remaining here during Springs, and that we will use our influence 1"s at : ?. .h. -' 2i1 ; i .;_.:,_ Oa.per buIbd' ._-. 8 15. and W. H.Goodrich iw yean therewith connected as .- .. ZO'L'' ..'.'. "- : 1'1 U''.:." -

have _no the winter. Wehave' adverted' to. this 'in this community in behalf of said 'ii-ai" .. -=.t J.r Lp" "..-;", ''F.Woo- ." .tf"J..GUI..n'..... : .hons.s' .: '. .I' those cIa1&c.beglcavior.noouaceto about to bil Florida.that they their have friend sakes and the 101 101;. .Ba.1.. !.In lot >-.l.> ,..r'lot ."

i steamer. '." "t Salt.prTsack--- 1158.- above Bawe and shall do their Mea to mtlut te ho.s 101. $ ,
:JAcz.osrfrrLz. : ,
subject before and citizens .of ; : BuuU0__ 1101 ; ,'. ,.J .
can assure m }
Murder in the First Decree. our Mcsolvtd, That the Secretary of ibisGrange .- .. 1"1.-: n. '-. 4 to those boanfinx with them. FLA* '. :\
per if as I The booM b slanted the banks of the let in -; J t.
co .
that we have their business welfareat "
to the Captain of said 1..ard. per ib. .1 101 in"i ;: .u. ,.
8 .
Circuit Court jury, yesterday, present -- ao. river only five amuses walk west Iran the
Tie heart steamer silver of these E.(KaI'Ce )per do' 35 ReLoad and w .11 WWl '. .1'l i't_ .
when we them the Springs a 40 Depot commanding a fine view and
copy np
urge upon .
murder Pxnioes .
of Iriia. ho..h.oI .
in a verdict of guilty per @I'50 down the river and of the surrounding country. 101in _.' -
brought resolutions. .
importance of 'action. i in. this matter. SweetOnion r 8 60 Your patronage b solicited. Address 101 L-L- -.
in the first degree in the case of the State M. A KKIGHT, W-M: DRESS GOODS DRESS GOODS 1! *,per buaJ @ I 110 SCOTT & GOODRICH 101 101 '- ,4r'. .
be The Mayor is anxious on the subjectand 1 Look selection fine* Our never i to Florida.Or .101. 101 :
Johnson. It will remembered A. S. CUALKEU, Secretary.JACKsoNviUJCNov. at our prices "C'.V1T. Jacksonville, '

; w. Jack those who read the account of does all that a man can to press it 25th", 1874., please. Only_'aDd daokc.-.cW.LIc goods ever of Peaches UUckberries, per, I" .S Ii I. L,S. Scott Highgate Springs, Vl. ti-tS OIOlOlOlOD&DOIOlOlelOllOloo 101 '?---------lOl ;.:' ., :' .' -
hy fered. Call at per 3D *5 3S DAVTS Duw.
forward but the people do not 8et'mto1I100 To 21. & lh .. _.. .eolOl .1C
murder in the Xevr SOUTH, that 4 Knight, and others: aiaitf FCHCHCOTT,BnoDicT ft o.l : IS 8 ,.6 BOARD '10111L II' ';
ihe in the matter with that enthusiasm 1' reply to the: kind ,IVJfDlUD. PRIVATE ; 101 IQlonoo "I1U1T11aa eeaolOl .- .' Ii'
killed Wm. Moses, at Upton's : COUNTRY HRMS PROMPTLY, UPPLIED Wood .101 -tor.tIt. '
Johnson resolutions the Black Creek IIC.JICI'cord;
of @
Grange, 3 7S 4Wood. 00
becausethe that they should. We tell them With the best'Croceries In the Market by Wai. Rich .awcd. d 101 IOS- W..lG1 ; ,. r. &
on the 1st of last July, allow me through to assure the ', per S 5o@ s 15 AT HIGHLAND PARK.A 101 10) .. .. It I
cticp, yon Hay.NonhcrDpcI' "- --- c -- --- ,
again that people who !Save been raisedin tateash.j **. *' *C I SO@ i.7 Itl01010JeDAD1nOI010101' "'* -'
will 101
Utter cursed him. Johnson members of your Grange and all others C-oI.peto- ,,,,, '0110 @12 110 '
the North,where the smallest villages upon'the route of the "sU\ r Springs" Syrup..Florida,per gal '158 10. lew Urge rooms with first-class board. Ml 101 101 101 ,.
THE PARENTS 101 101 101 Ie
.*ing. Honey.strained, gal .
per 90 @ I 00 -
have their streets well) illuminated at who are interested in transportation, that Of aU wen regulated families purchase their groceries of Tallow_ ,.perlh. -- IQ .2 FINE RIVER VIEW. 101 '101 101 161 -
-: : : 101 101 101 101 '
Proceeds of the Concert. night and their sidewalks\ and crossingsin every.effoit will be made to maintain a Rich, Folk's Block,Bay street.- lojttf lot lot 101 101 'hi ;
regular line between Black Creek and DAILY MAIL. .101 10ftfti '
I 101 101 :
perfect order will not submit to the MARINE INTELUGENCE. > ....
of '
the scholars 101 }OI
Be concert given by Jacksonville by means of said steamer, 'FAITH, HOPE 'AND'CHARITY, .- T i .* ? .J ; ;STEAM FERRY 101 I in ;'1.

1 aral High School on the evening of absence of such conveniences if they can and tbat-trverv accommodation possiblewill Tfce"lasTbut not least Is found by"buying rocerles ARRIVALS AND CLEARANCES iT.TuX PORT:OF *. FOUR TIMES, DAILY. AFTER*. lot _. 101 ; < :
help it and we believe that they can be afforded to the public. 101 'JOt. .
follows Sale of from Rich. i io>aitfHFE ,
resulted as : JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. "Sto. ; i.I -
the 2 With many thanks for the good will _ I '. A.ddrcaa.r
it'auJ will
it if -
they help we "
help are AatUTW. t
ticket and donation?, iSO; expenses. expressed by Grange for the "Sil. CASSIUERS AND 1AVEEDS. CB.HUSTED.- eli1
your ,
so careless of oar interests to Nov ry..Amelia Ann. :,Kassan.Br.W.I. ,' ,, .fr ;
of own as .H ,: 'P ,
|15: net proceed-, 115. Several ver Springs,1' I havej the honor 'to, .be Call andfinspea'our'Stylisli; Cassiraeres, Ttinkins N ov.* .SImLQi ,Young;Charleston. T .,' : St.Nicholas.i .
have not had an opportunity neglect: these most i important matter!. your most obedient servant." Broadcloths! also,Tweeds"and Fine Jeans tar.boys Nov.e6,str. LKctator'Vogd.';.harlcston. I
the children N".. 6, Lizzie Baker La ROM t-a$3m. Opposite Jacksoaviue.4ELLONVILLE HEFumst' BEST ;:
> str.
wear' Best selection. LowesHigurcs. ,Savannah. SELECTED
for tickets sold "A word to the wise. .&c. p. E. W. JOXES, Captain., tnii '
jrtol settling they _._.,_ _* tf At FiniCHCOTT/Bsxsioir. ft Co. w.&tlCL IN THE SOUTH. ; "
hence we may expect the above amountto .. II' -. ": ; Nov.1$,sch.Jacob.EU < .Towasend. N. HOUSE, :" 'wt
:; CARD. v TO RENT. h Nov.a6, sch. Lena Breed.Wheaton.;Philadelphia. ; 1/14.
several dollars. A Was it Charley Ross. Nov. sch.P..S.
augmented by \ 26. CiMcrslceve. Shaler, New Lon -
be ; < 1 Mr. H. D. Holland desires to acknowledge the re Pleasant furnished rooms can be rented sear the don. ..uI .' '., ,"< "

fall balance sheet will be published in Yesterday as' the steamer- Dictator ceipt on the occasion of the Bride's Hop at the house .Su James Hotel Address Lock boxy.P.O. 1048 Parlor "RICH. '. 5 Clamber TISaiui

the Duval High &:hcul Journal. neared the point between Picolata and e& Tuesday evening a q ,' > .- SoUs.
Treasurer. Bride's Cake.:Deairng the inscription"CompUnu us of NO RING I LOW PRICES! HONESTY Observation taken at 7 A. w, t r. ..and 9 r.,. Parlor andSUBSTANTIAL. Chamber5'
A. 0. WEIGHT, Green Cove, a small boat containing two the R. E. Mr..and Mrs.H D.IioflandandtG Is the notta at Rich's cmporiUlltl tf I daily, by the Signal Service.Uf$.Army,ia .this city Parlor SUMS. J).
I. Qamber
men, put tiut from the west Lank into the reture his sincere thanks to the donors and to Mr. a f '4z -) I- BITE Proprietor. Suits .

Our Business Houses. stream and hailed her. In the stern of W.H. Lucas, through whom. the gift was presented. CALLAt Oa.- : I J'fl -r Parlor : 0wMbcr Sua'Ju.

r._ : Gco..M.: Smith's Music Roosos and see the finest ,.L. KEENE Suits., FURNITURE.
A. K. VEUCIVAL.TLls the small boat was what appeared to bea -. "J. i cia'-I o :' "-' TJ -VT -
HOOT 1SU SHOES- i Organ ever on exhibition in_this city. n-i8tf 1114. ill ? : : -
In Short. '. -. -'taVVe
: ; 1- i 'o
house was started in 1868 by J. bundle. jAs soon as they .cam alongside I i i ? I- I !LI 'S '
I .
-The EtenrnerYolasiv leaves Clark'awharf STOPENrpUS SACRIFICES : r BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE. FUU : J"{"
the of this one of the wen threw his overcoat : Tics 59,81 SE?Gentle Rain .
II. C.owt-11. UtTore opvniug Daily. hourlr.. and disposed of atthe 24 9 29 90 oat '
this morning for Indian river. momentarily Wed. a s 7 9.7i s 6 93 NW Old, ;. Dealer LMILLINERY' are prepared to1 offer our 'stocki
the .. ,
bundle it
establishment, boot nut! shoes formed a over supposed and.threw ii-i tf CIIAT SocTHUif. '... 29.7' 87 41 WW Fresh iw Fair -' remarkably prices.-: r !i3 .
aboard the steamer. This i Lun'dleflron -First appearance of the Jacksonville I. .4 9 *9-1 55 70 NW Fresh o.oo Clear ;
of the stock of the dry goods stores : .
}urt 1 bti. *6 7 30.07 47 7< NW Gentle 0._ Clear .;. t.

butlhcbusiru-siof Mr. Crowell developrd .J to be a small, light-haired. boy, public in "Home, Sweet Home,", at the NOTICE.sell Gentlemen's. r- s 30.16 66 s* NE Froh -0.00 Fair .. :
BUCKT will pledge to Qothtag. Underwear N Fresh ,
I 9 30.25 59 76 U'dy
in a fchort time into one of conudcrnbie between six and sc.reD'If6ars:. old. His Metropolitan; Hall, last Thursday night. Blankets : .Cloaks.Talmas, Cover Fri. rr 7 i.p 65 90 NE Fresh ,00o oco Fair FANCY. AND DRESS GOODS. .' S -: :---- ...dlk; -

magnitude. A few months clothing bore evidences having been ;-Xot at all convertible terms in the lets,'Trunks Valises,Silk and Fur Hits;and myriads "Barometer_ a jo.34 corrected 69 lor 85 temperature E Fresh and eoo elevation.tidy Has lust received'. from New York a fiul assortment of 1 :.... -' -'F' .

.inec, Mr. Crowell disposed of his stuck fine and cnrcfuljy made garments, but Southern St.'tteslI black-boards of other articles.too numerous to mention at rrry Intriee the above> named.of tbcLAJEST.SrYLES DAVIS & DREW,-,

and black school bords-World. #. St-utf ,.
: ;
and '
to the prem-nt llr'pridurtlJO has 'also badlyworn soiled.On'arriving' at --4- HOTEL ARRIVALS. f

purchased the entire clock of Mr. Jef-- Jacksonville Ok.the.boyinbis .)Ir. Fred Bcttelini has returned OSLy'CALL r AND FASHIONS.. 4 OZALERS I* ; -I ;44 -
others convicted Cheaper GRAND NATIOXAL-GiD.lMcCnaeT.PKo ,, .;.4 ':
as have done.and be that L'f.
: ,
The annual sales of this house arm, and not waiting for the steamer from "Europe..n_ _We state this. for the R. IA lJadics'and
freys. Bargains can be obtained,and with greater.ii& Ipoi, I Morgan. Alexander and wife H B Kidwefl Also,a.6e assortment gentlemen's All kind of FURNITURE ,
and fcmily I B Schroocr and wifc H B and ; CARPETS" _...
bandit of the Uniok't local Kennedy
tu be secured to the dock ashore whoneg
stock leaped Polite and attentive salesmen wait
Tlic to
cme li.NUT.'and
aggregate ?15.UOO. comprises upon wcry wife.Atlanta: I Pearson L P iJupont.T A Lanncr MATI'RESSES.WHITE PINE.WAL ,
every variety ot bouts and) shoes and disappeared. Captain Vogel reported lected to chronicle the European arrival. great and" small at -THE GiutT SooT BAZAAB.M Savannah: Col. J C McCoy and.u,J E McCoy. KID GLOVES. CEDAR LUMBER etc.: 7.t .
4 tf ED, WUlard Washington.\ D. K Holland .. ..<. .
for and! Ibc conduct of the man to the lIe went and returned by telegr pb. Femandina A' L Huntt. Richmond E C Pitcher. '
men, women chiUlre, from the BUY BOOTS ,WITH ; ; My ftocl: basing been purchased so tcccnt'y! admits -.-.
-The just across the river NcwUrxan: J B C Drew,city; EH Johnson.M N
soktat .
scenery being exe1ngly JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
coarsest trognu to lilt finest white kid Mayor and gave a description of him to A. K;PstcnrAi.'s stamp upon thesa. They are sape Smith R E -. A P Demitt. New York: HL .

Burt paitor. The displn ed by the police. The conduct- of the man and looks undeniably attractive at this sea- rior M aB others.' iiojnfMATTINGI Hart. Palatka; J S Keating Naicbex:.H B Mnay .. _: ':,LOW"PRICES., : I : ,. ; :
wile and son.San Francisco; E G Ferosos.Brans __ i .
of the .If would .
Mr. Pcn-iral augur ,'cillor thu success the appearance of thechild,, turned the eon year. capitalists: ItATTlNGlt MTTINCtJ! wick Ga. E PUtt Stratton. College Point L IJ :[ HAS .CHARMS ..t -

pnly buy up all the land in that vicinityand Rous(White Check and Fancy Matting cheaper A Wootfettll, Huniiogdon. L.'iV J Henderswa, 4Q-Cartandsee.. J' 'ti-7-4", MUSIC .;
01( h'n bu"int's5. thoughts of every onu at once-to the unfortunate JOG Tampa" I C c&llddau&htCr.f ,On.; ; -

Charley Ross and diligent commence erecting neat little cot than ever. The most'magnificent styles. erer' landed' ; 1 ,, '_ -i.j: :
u ,' .. Call M' BUILDING. : ;
houses' would be J,
A Purchasing Agency. search is being made for the mysterious tage they eagerly i-n tf FmtcHGoTT,BMSDICI &Co. FIRST NATIONAL BMK -: ; : : .JB.PA. '> ,<.
and little .P.RICE REDUC.E.D.r-. '
bought a pleasant village r'
up :
We, as many others have frequently Prty. : C.CHAPPELL, <
noticed -- would soon.spring up like magic. USE THE ROSE LOTION OF FLORIDA. 1. .. : 1 '., ',I, ,J. -
the prominence given in the chapped hands. To be at 'Li,, :: 'JACKSONVILLE -. :'BAY STREET;near the Cable Crossing.JAOCSONVILLE. -, -
Xew Turk South U) their advertisement An Atrocious Attempt at Murder. -Some worthless vagabond has been For purchased J.H. ; FLA. '. < 4 ; --3 "
iogstoB's drug store. it7tUNDERVESTSt .Tie tmfy:- ,';Seal if cftratim in tJSWI. ,. THE BEST :IN .THE WORLD.
himself the walls '
of the Purchasing Agency connected Our whole community arc thoroughly amusing by defacing : .- :; j'4 .
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UNDERVESTS 't" 't / I; ;'f.4 tL
with that establishment and have often shocked by'the rumor of a most atrocious leading up to the Circuit Conn Boom !I YACHTS AND WHITEHALL' .. .' ', 'J .
Ladies.Gentlemen's,Hoses' Youths''and I In&nts Exchange on Savannah and New York. sold,and Ea c I 1-z .'::.. .: '. ,.. ... .: <...: .
wondered why attempt the success of f which is scratching the 'surface with a nail, as change on all Northern points bought t" '
some enterprising man Undervests aU prices,aD sizes,ail stlesat. reasonable BOATS : WILL LAS'A'LIFE-TFME' *

did not inaugurate a similar concern in nut yet determined,to murder our young high as be could reach. The common figures. Call a& AT.CURRENT RATES.. I i \ .' : j1C .' :

this council should offer a reward for the detection It-It if FoicBGOTT_BOODICT,&CovUFAVORITA Made to order. \ --' I I '. ; ,
city. Aside from those ordinary townsman A. II. Crane formerly in the \ DIRECTORS STOCKHOLDERS: ".- _':1\; :.. I Ii (;ilfl .

demands of famtles and Individuals, Post-office: and well known tc all as the of all!! persons found guilty of .OYSTER SALOON. ftrtigu Hfmi.; STEAM. YACHTSWith ,I i '. .. _, S. '' ., I.'0-'" I

Ike supply of which forms the businessof brother-in-law ofWm. Boot, Esq.,one,of such TJ ltll1ismand when caught they At Gato's comer,where the old Ice Cream stand was. Hon. F. E.'SmnrmtV.lou.A.CLACK.UcLAliEiq.Esq. the most approved soachinery. W31 build of ;" :' QQlvC COP

oar regular traders there our Bay street merchants. It seems that should be severely punished for their I Open Monday evening. Coffees CakcrOysters, and PBILO' RCMIKCTDII, Esq. C.A. FAIICMIIP. iaqI I any size,from a s to too fccu Call and get say prices.! .:, ; :: 1'-
are a tbon- everrthing to order. ft l-4tf) L.J;SiimST. SAII i. RIIOXCTOM. Ei. Daisos GaUXLItAF,.. dA *JJ .. i' .

bad extra-ordinary wants that do noteome a colored man called Jack Smith, made tascality. w.C.Sgviiis, Isq., *W." :;M." '"UOSTWIOC.-> Esq." -, 3O TII& ca.oa.nat" : \ ;
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within the regular range of a common an assault upon Mr. Crane, at a place -The latest, novelty, in base ballism BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS' I CARD.jACKKumux.'< S ,
UTU nod a .pt assortment of lumber, dressed 1 '

mercantile bonse. We have great near 'Lake George. where Crane -is is the organization ,bf a, new club .of :1 undressed,mouldings,siiingles'cs&at the Depot OST-OFFICE' NOTICE ,FIA..March A jist,1874. SHONINGER M' ORGANS-. S -,vf3 .. ,

kith that a well conducted purchasing planting out an orange grove. Smith juveniles, the oldest-of whom- hardlysix :. Lumber.Yard., Orders toSs_ delivered at buKlinjs on P '. /' l i ; s". ; i; $' .' -

&geot'). run by an active, industrious attacked him from behind, felling himto years of.age. They are.of .the colored the River receive especial-, attention. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF StAlLS : THE SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY I.NDAiL.YUS.r.h: .

I Address 'Loca . '
.J:13a\'SII. Aa rv v cu BVNorthern.
IIId persistent man, who should be well the ground with an ax or club and persuasion, wear blood'red: shirts, .' aid tYcaters.daihr.'ioia- f A.. iso .*. wiB in> fewdays appoint a,StateAgent for .,-; A. ., .

posted in reference to wholsale prices, then cut his throat and robbed his body, light blue breeches and striped blue and :, BuY YOUJtSELF-.A. HOUL Fenandina-and_Florida. _Kail-_ _. Florida.. In the siim. I win conduct its manageBent. W ';" 'ttJe
VII.I..t..vA me .oller't far sale. road daily i I :U. at. zoo f. The best musical talent. of country. <. ,
A 5&00' --
"d on ..- "
charging a reasonable commission l leaving him'lif de d. Crane, recovering white stockings. JSach memBer totes a Saint Augitstirm and Palatka '
r. One cube most desirable places tax the vicinity of Jack daily,(Sundays excepted)_ 8:00 r. at. 7:00..M. these Orjaas. Thc nicest and best. More"H .
tub orders would somewhat crawled down to the big bat such as would be handled by a West,arrives )_ IW S
very soon be inP'sessiou sonvflle containing sS acres about I 'acres rcadJplutillc. far Key every AOconimanlcatfcm directed to Henry A ,and gives better satisfaction, than any ether
day ., _.. IOCM A.Jlo money
of a large and lucrative buiMa shore and, hailed the steamer V Volusia full grown, man, though composed of For particubrs.apply at thc counting-fool closes- every Thursday.._. fjoo i
L&. Secretary of the Jacksonville Branch ,will now made. They comprise the i
of THE New Socra. fBSBSBMSSnl Sand ', '
narrating the facts 'and warning the lighter material probably and the 'club BmSSSSSSSSSMBSSSHSSSSSSHes, SSSSSSSSS* 4-e5; Point arrives.Tuesday and. . .- < .. ,
captain that Smith would also probably itself does business under the name of -- .- ..* Saturday.. _. 4:30 P. .. TOOA.M. receive dne attemko., Eureka, Concerto, 'OrcJtafra' and'IBustnued Cr.Ndr.t -
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An .AMILL. Fort George Yeuow Bluff aad' ., ,
Arjicultural and Seed Store. I' H. MILLER ;4E4. ..
hail the steamer and soon ''after Sthith "Shoo FI.r.I'The i WIn located on the banks el the St.Johns river andMcCoy's ,Mayport .arrives Tuesday J "
The BOW creek to be'leased to responsible"parues by and FrIday-- .. 43x r, sf.kaves of "1.1"
apparently good prospect of did hail the steamer and 'was taken market is in i Wednesday and Sat- -- -4-1-If- -- GenL Supt. Acaedcsand
Magnolia going '
ttlncrme of facilities of ia : the month,year,or'to panics Aesiriog to saw by the srday1:00., A.siSt. Catalogues seat iy mall postpaid to any 1"
transporUtioniu aboard and confined and is now' here -
heavy for improvements. Not content the .' BUaTS '- ;.iJt -
thousand.Apply at ; > .NiChoIas--toott'; +II.f r3O0A. Carpetbags Ladies Companions M ; to
more reasonable prices and more the city jail. Such are the.main facts as with the biggest Iceberg Refrigerator : Dsxv ATIHO LnmAsnr. OFHCE"HOURS.- -',.J. -, --.- v.OBERSON- address upon, appTcatioa :'.,I...

*ofniIitj ffl frequency and certainty, all we gathered them, and it is said Smith in n.marblo. topcounters and fancy 1 I VICHY.AND KISSENGEX. from The t post-office*. at 104 P.M.will> be$ dally(Sundays cxcepted' ). R & MAI-SON B. ? E&&c:9. .iu: .

tend to a large increase of the grow- only obtained $13 as the proceeds of his The office will be opea on Sunday from ti to 1:30 -' New Haven Ceaa___ 'iA
have introduced bur headache
"Soffrahana lamps, they a new, '%: Many on rising In the morning complain'of o'clock p;IlL Have opened a first-elass{ .
garden vegetables. This abominable crime. Mr. Crane was too glar proof 'flange safe and are negotiating or feeling stupid. Aglass ofVkhyor Klssensenfroas The general and box deliverIes will be opea at aU '' l'OJl'BAL& :irf
culture -ill i times during the regular BOUTS,except when the mails .. NTCOUNTRYfl.t -
Demand Mammoth fountain in La Fa vorita cures SHAVING SALOON -;
a different and badly injured to be brought down, lor a delivery Enterprise received are being distribated. 'J. ._: -
*"* all imflfstant sensations.. -." '
%ttcr ] such .
class agricultural > J --- MONEY ORDER OFFICE. where all the modern SALE. -
imple- SS SMss SSSi lfll *M S1S MS will tell always. I comer of Bay aad Pine streets
IneD14. this ia'day vied by the best saloons the country can F"O'R ,rs
with better facilities for the i i OUR EN+ERPV.SIG. Money orders are issued at office payable appliances
proof Thanksgiving D.and'.1t. Observance. ,. -.Thc'schooner.Carrie Walker which pan of the United Slates and also orders payable ia !. They also furnish at all hours
eul'antz11 fresh seeds of all kiodi Friends Messrs.Gate ft Co..ban seemingly spared no Great BrItain Switzerland and Germany. toe JOUowoi. .

O$ e -art There was very little of a1 holiday appearance went)ashore, on the beach a few days expense'ia introducing the handsomest soda fountain Inc are the rates of commission i ? y '- ';'HOT AND CQLD BATHS.. limits. :W* -
iur Of :
energetic man In our !- 1 order office will bscpcn.hcia9A..to130P.M.adfrOifl3lO4P.M. .71 ret smaff farms, City
UPIo last is admired and The money -t :
ia this It by .
about the city Thursday. ago was gotten off and brought up to ever .i twinecting himself with the large the soda from it is pronounced by all the ladies to be : i.. i Tickets entitling the bearer to eight sla.ves.fcr sale ;ONE OF TEN ACRES, :
IetdaJneD I True, tbel-oBtofnQe.. the Custom House. this city Sunday night.She is owned _TIC NOlIn Oa for Si.00eight shaves,hair Cutting and shampooing u.
in the North and the agricul- Ihe best. : 9.19tf Cleared Iud other improvements. ;
&uraJ the Banks and a lew of the heavier by'esms.Walker& Dunn of Thomaston Oa orders not exceeding*io.f cents.- $140.'. ; ,. S4l
j tool merchants is bound before GREAT EXCITEMENT Over'io and not exceeding$xt,10 centr. ONE OF TWENTY,ACRES, ,

loa to secure a large and bealthy bus-! wholesale houses closed jieir doors, buta Maine;; is seven years:bid, and of Over the political canvass, but greater oreri'cudsortmaitofocrxles Rich's Over Over fro$30 aDd and not not exceeding eirrrding$30$40,,so is cents cents. Drawers and.Undershirts,_very BUCXVS.T ., I About fifteen acres la cultivation"San giaps'vinasaad

lieu! "I Itt stranger strolling along Bay street 171 Ions burden. About. .two-thirds of ." xo-titf Over$.o and not exceeding f s,s S cents. fiiiUtreesBderdrainedcIarsuhsoai oaeoftaebestpaces "
/vO-r '
ug a ICed and pnb 1it
*** op agricuJdiher and admiring! the lavish display of fine her cargo-.which is the proportion dam VOkSlCM SfOHIT OKOSXS. '. > EAUTIFUL EXHIBITION .
Itore, by iLself or in CODIIeetIoJI NEW IMPORTING DRUG STORE WHOLESALE On ordeis not exceeding| ceatlL : ONE OF TWENTr-ACRES.; :,aj 1-c. ,
With goods would'hardly: suspect thtTinrsday ) aged will be sold for the benefit of the AND RETAIL' Over f to and not exceeding|ao. so cents s- ,- OF CHROMOS. AScot lour acres,U etOrivatioa b-t-"*'poll JIIN. .. .
some other business. Light A new importing Drug Houss ft BOW being opened Over* o aad not exceeding Ijo 75 cenisvi holiday. recognized as underwriters at auction this .
a '
plo, was legal morning.A
Over| and not exceeding}4O.iM.'J vf f > ;J : c.c.O l.IJN5.;. :. .1.
the National
owa, cultivatdrs and on Bay street,a few doon below Hotel, 3D
kivzicg drilling .such in the proclamation,of the President ({ n W-street crossing is being laid Ca&co.wbc.'wlfl'teerooestaadro.jind .Over 140 aod not exceeding'y ,*uS---i-1 '- The well known Hair Dressing saloon of Dealrr ia Real Estate. '. "It"Boy,Sl.%,, ,
aachiac will be in de- .byJ:7.; J. :ADAMS.. Postmasrer.
IIIa To coon of the United States the Acting at the corner of Bay and Pine street,,by pure.'Engfisfc French pd Germaa Drags.Medicines Jcks.srillcOctubev 10,i$7-* *.v_ : : AUX..DaLYON J ,

dIn.5 for ketp sample tool and ma- Governor of Uie State, and the Mayorof Dr. L'Engle's; 'These crossings ,Chemicals.Perfumery..with aD the late Do- : has recently been fitted op with same of the prettiest HEALTHi WEALTH, :; ,.
exhibition and eH for cash mcstk preparations of the days E ery article guaran ARRIVth (-" chromos ever brought tthis city iLCOtts nothing : .
Business went 'IRESH and examine them and readers will do weLl .
: the city. on, verymuch are a great convenience .when they : to eo our -
g-tbe commbwion. would form toedaddI&tbeIowMa3'h.Pidctalat prices. 3ropi and see for themselves. Besides this,any .
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** aDd as usual. The weather was fine, are kept free from the drifting sand, but 'seention gfvca to the Prescription Do.partmcnt f..! OF NEW AND, FASHIONABLE GOODS ,' Ie man in search of that greatest of earthly luxuries"a AXD,1'1.....

paying busiDc. .. with and night by the most FOB clean shave.**can obtain It here to perfcctioa. If asuaagpr p '-- -'-- '- f '
and the ladies Inrn'edout. in crowds are entirely useless if covered it at all boors of the daf "
theit once,-JIy IukCI she pines RECREATION :
wilh < ,
gilded .
and reliable pliariaadsaPJUs .
wmpetertf I < his material headquarters ever after and far the best "
of in most We would : r
Mr. Maboney. Superintendent Lyman' as theyare' cases. -4
Pire I peculiar gold or sOrer! .powder.made ia France far X \ *5uePlc-; l.J t' of all possible reason*,be finds hm.rIEIUIIacbJI4 that r .J', -... .
In BrooUjTi.morning ., European Hotel, gave a splendid suggest to the ,city authorities advantage that purpose wbldi deprives them'of all tastr and to.' FRENCH, ENGLISH GERMAN ITALIAN b alt that any man would ask boo 1118301Verj LAwSVoZ.} I'45; ."'

Mnida7 about 11 o.clock. dinner to the regular boarders" that ,'in point t'neat is and conVcnience pleasant odor without Impairing tbdr efficacy ia the AND AMERICAN FABRKSv .. ,. ORANGE GROVES- COLONIES- ,
1nes least. This valuable Improvement knot only great' .". } 'l. .4 stvUsh tadK Hats at EUcKY'S.THE .
1rere discorered IssuIng from the establishment, AH the drug stores; restaurants of having them swept one or S AS '- FARMS MARKET-GARDENS H*
two beneLito the ctat.bias pirserresfcraVettiB>ethe ;

iit Itoried frame building nearly Gppolira. and saloons were, open, .good twice a week. purity of the ssedtonc,and 'jeaeiny endorsed *y FINE BROADCLOTHS., CASS FURNISHjiiG WDtES VESTNGS CENTRAL SALESROOMS VILLA SITES, TOWN ,.- 5: fe,

H.N.Bradbury'.mill,In Brook- order prevailing ail over the 'city .The .Mr.. Herbert, Buffi ngton, an 'engenious the m st eminent Physidanh(this IIIIID'-and Esv AND GL GOODS LOTS.f .f *c p

.Tbe'm1nbeingsoundedin the various churches held their mechanic this city doing business rope. KedidAea. Ptplenisoed witi a& "' '
customary 'c '

for Department WILl 'IOOD under Thanksgivingservices; at the .. Johns on Fine-street. ,' near Bay has recently Also OA band Fancy ParWan ,Ornaments, parlor :. Merchant Tailor uoys):. *, .*. 5 '

7 the SCene of conflagration but Protestant Episcopal Church morning invented one of, gun cap- aad'touet),. Lubia... ,genuine.Zttr' ett.Soans, ._,' .- .f Lanra;. Street l! ,just above Bay sates Laura.' : I ,U M.:.MOORE.' -AOBW.Saafeid. .
0Sag Street cear
. to toe great distance they had to prayers were read .by' Bt BeT. Bishop pen we ever diet ,wlthnd .we,think bought st 55 Rue St..A. Paris u-ai.'iI. :: _JACKSONVILLE. FLA.QITTJATION Bay > '
the "OnSIn rr-s'5 tafl4aed swaded prvpdy. ; JACKSONVUlX.riJLPUBLJC : and Shoes and Bt1a '. -,
fire had Boots ,neat ;
made such Rev. R. H. Weller preachingfrom sportsmen willregard them as indispensable
pro- Young, eVenieea h.m
en- Thirty"lCUI'a f a4| kavfaj1rfcr WANTED. SALE every SATURDAY '
rhen : ..
tb our gallant fellows arrived! the 19th psalm->'The Lord for their own conffB ece,, It Ii yean of die time gfven personal-anentlon to the pur. < i'oa' SALE .. '. ; y .;t; .ti'

r"6*toriae:of the adjoining property reigneth; .let the earth rejoice." The. made of German silver, highly ornamented -!dIMe: ajrf Importation. 'of Drugs rraDd 'A centlematt who b a graduaia of several firsudas T7URNISHEQ ROOMS FORWENT i .I'. .., .. t." ,' "" '_>' 'f't,, '
r1511* almost I France: the bcfief thai entire'utHftctton will, CIIand.1aad many yean' experience totSching. :fl LY,noas. x..Id.r.. ..iat.S.kableLxaledyhadr4ee.'A1.osI1uyaMIr., .
impossible task. On congregation was unusually large. AtthoCs&1ioli ,, 1*. neat, portable 'and convenient -, warrants desires slwaUoa as leather or the Laws .
ttIst be wU maybw aswiik their kind ugs.don. Joa pleasant; Good fsrflliiri b"bquiNa.J..iJInr7Gt basischccpia& t
: $4e of the bnrning1)ailding Church there was the usual and will sell likt. hot etta among [ jcto 1OpI and Griek languages ac U prlaci ..Adkesa..,has.. .\ ,,.t _: wm..aoWchap .SQI4LxWatO 4P -- .
'.: I. be J,I.GuP&Co. Sill be furp.
I J f'; /-t I. r79"w" ui5dLLKELLOGG.. Apply at NarvSovrvMC*.
AcbentChur > 't1.A. toe-SoIIdI- I . t. ;J 't', J,
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west ,low mticat; 7 At'the Ocean our aportIUgxicfldL_ ._ ,. //1", "I'tllA-t ";. I u.7tf"L tl_ .. ,:1 ,, &. I-i :Gx. d. iH f i < .; _
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: he lived out on the "divide." No rel, and when he wantstodo.the: : fair ,., ; '' ;} rI"! t. ,G'B": 't..W.9.r-; ": j S,THE .. .: .
of him v .',,, f .J.' '.' ; LjO'R'I'J1'C'.1o.Ji..V { Il : ., ;, S- S Sf FIRST 5
i4E one ever thought calling a man, thing by a customer he.mingles some i < > .si! 4 r i I \ CLASS MORNING NEWsl .
r ''i : though he stood six feet without ot the contents of'the 'aforssaid jug ,.. ;. l : :, ; i \' AND' ,REAL ESTATE;! txC't 1g.. ,: CII: ; : f I S VA I the Beuett BuiJdlDC'oN_cI..'

I JOB ANDuBobk ,PRINTING \ .. .. .' ,.1 ,. ,stretts,New York. -
stoc1qgsJ tQ.c ing J1e ia 4' a4 yrith,the,cider, sHe' mad, "a .mingle '". .< .tl _- tJ..hiDtA'IIIJJ: .( "
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effeminacy isf .._ ... _. .' .. 't0'11. ..TERMS; -
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only indulged in by ten- yesterday for an farmer but got ,: # '" ", i .' j "- OFFXcilN.LOVERldcE'S BtllL'b'lNCil'omN'rliiir': '

; derfooted people and if there was in a great deal of .whisky and very S', : '" : EStABLJSa.f : S I jaczsas.ih.a.jsI iszayj 'IIIT / 5- fS per yean by mail; it cent per weeb, -GIri.
3 cents per ,
anything Jones prided.hi sc1f on, little cider. About/:;an' JloUf' ;after. S ._ ..IV. -Jot _., .-t, tT '.:," : i f OTICE'& nereby; given of the IlICUrpOfttI D or 2"11 FlrlI/A &wi"P Bat ag4aIEiaiE.rcka. '!" *&S,. S C S copy.

more'th3n'his', bar; 'it was his feet. It 'drinking the farmer was observed s.4 r i_ i ._....... .5--- JN The with design iheDriudnal of theFtertda"place of. business. Bank In'the 1 b city to oJackonvrne afford;to(hata:wb. are desirous of,saving their money' *he S' I I WHOLB3AU OXDUS AT,SAVAJOIAM. 1 S ,THE REPUBUC

was often remarked that Jones' feet leaning against fence/and was heardto Tbe every proprietors description ar of prepare*!.to. xocut* order for mean*clssiely rmpkyiBgitat goSTrate tatereat,to ba, .vested. .> !r under! the direction- or.cI1-boW1' '- IbaIiATHOME.illbOmeseaandesOlwe1lknOWDn1ue all S Contain' '

would require a separate coffin when soliloquise UIt', =q: late, for, ,sunstrokes BAlIK Hovu.-The wilar hour for transactionV _shad be from.9 o'clock- -m,'-3 o'clock p.' m. ROBINSON ALL THE NEWS OF THE
daily;ucepI Sunday and holiday and on Sa urdays until fcTdocH p t* ;:; : ; VBOlXSALB BBTAIt DAY .
.4 he ut. Onthe "divide1he and freeze PLAIN PRINTING. ,
'petered ; too early to death OR ORNAMENTAL DKfOIT5..Dcpo.i.i will be entered ia the book of the corporation and aJtp ia a book to be given to.the de- I
was generally considered to be a and I.guess it's a,touch of the. shakin' S 5 pcaitor. ThIa evidence of his or her property.When moneys ar.wkhdrawntbi book suat be DRUGGISiT, .i prompt Being complete and ample hi all'ha of departments, and .'_.f.;_
take the themselves, ,In CUll reports
the entered.: Depoeiton mooey ,
broughl to be Bank to have payment may I' .
4 capitalist because. his subsistence I Such as BUSINESS" CARDS.. absence or will be paid to Their order property witnessed and accompani book. 'Deposits .- I nQ i Block, Bay1 St!. '' : '
.' will be time when called for when there hi i a sufficient amount In the treasury uninvested; out.erwiae : ; CITY INTEWGL_ ..
without effort his And -I---- repaid at S '
came on ager.The S any FLORIDA
d3 1
t ;
( .; ;
,at the earUt practicable period in the order la which they may be catted fob 2 --.i T FOREIGN AND
the"Mfvide1" '*as'right n\aj
r ways arc. Jones' capital block con within two hundred years mere they M >' annually the ,upon::of all the deposits which 101'; shall.have remained three MeW or more In the Bank.lobtli, ) >ddednniialrACCOOTCTS / 1'! lf pMsoumoM, A siLT.fJ S AND POLITICAL.JiND: GENERAL. EVL".
to plUlClpIIl
ri; "BILL
4 f a4 sisicd o( his ear-the bther one had w ll5have conquered thorld.The;: : .. '\K.: HEADS UJJQ1.UD ..-Any account to which nothing1 shill_'added aad'whkh shall have remained '' ... .. IN.ALL QUARTERS. .
: ,tatem"ent istnade all seriousness inan 1 *' v "'""LETTER"HEADS uncalled for,for seven years shall bear Interest. ; ", '.- S Through Its Special
been "chawed extemporaneously> :i ". .f ACCOUNTS Pam TO Hn.-If person die who' ow&1m&sel Inr this Savings&nktbe money'.m be "_ f '" Ocean Cable. Correspondcntaby, Tckcra".IIII.

? by ruthless !'Pjke," who'pnce ac- Arabic newspaper, ''which is' tulj I! 10. .., CIRCULARS, paid to theta legal representatives. U _. 'possible Crauds1Jet'aU HOLLAND. : .: .
BAXK.Boow. Akhoujh the officen endcyor,ty means,to prevent payments J.J. .S5 '
; : "cused Jones of having washed his face under Turkish survelllauce.. ,,:, POSTERS'i 'S, ** .. .'.,.. .. 5> .' to persons producing the bank-hooks shall be valid payments to discharge the corporation. :. .; .-.' Burosus Special. at care win be taken to render S the Republici*.

; t twice in a month. Jones spurnd the ; BRIEFS,.. .. .. ... 5 5 CHIIDIEK'S EmxWMaMTS.-Parents or guardians of minor children mar deposit money as trustees for thc WATCHMAKER AND 'S 5
I ." ....... benefit of such minors until they become of age Interest upon which may be withdrawn annually otadded to S ; WASHINGTON AND ALBANY'
insult and, without more ado, pro- ; : : -r.MH. :{ Ii T JEWELER,
PLUMBINGj"i > PAMPHLETS f'M IriciAt. the'rTori'da Bank amounting to J7 i during'each'year for; a Complete and
1 : EKDOWViirr,PLAN. Deposits in Savings < .H' : S interesting thoroughly.ycilablsS .
'ceetled "
C .
"mis1i ;sub for "his
tor ct ,. BLANKS OF ALL )1NDSCOWREDRINTINOAND 'I term often years will secure the depositor a cash payment of f 1,000 at the end of the'lerD: proportionately: S Corner. Pine and Bs'., .

;; private graveyard ; but the opposing ;AND : ":, '. .... ... ,- on smaller or larger annual deposits. In cue of inability to complete th4 tea Mnual'tpayments the .depositor S .. FINANCIAL NEWS.
a' .. .. .. .. ... can withdraw the amounts already paid in,upon giving three months-notice, together with zie,accrued Interest /'JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ,I Such the
party in the skirmish "managed to en- O PER sMITlt NG. thereon. This plan,unlike ordinary life insurance,secures the depositor against forfeiture previous payments, :. : ; '. '. .1'::.t.: as t7fl53CIflIofIMs5OC1EZChSflZO.M:
. GILT WORK. endowment for tie future of children friend, Market Banking Insurance' and other tH
tam and offers a safe and easy method providing a handsome parents, : mtereRs
.circle with his and Tl ;
Jones' ear tie, he < it- I preparedrto execute work of every description J' or the depositor individually.- Sftcittldeposits,not to be withdraw for,ten,years will,eaii ( depositor. .' .- mad fun
.gently pulled it off.! The" effort was ..-. a certificate for JtnMt it*_mettnt/tucM Jffotitt.payable in ten Jean, in favor of any person designated. : v .
in the rnannerana respectfully'1 to- LOAM.-All moneys received .deposit shall be invested In first mortgages on real and personal property in welr ClokVatchIeDiamondsPlaedand -
for human eodurancY most.satisfactory. .. 5 LITERARY
;: great S S 5 this State of at least double the value,or in other ample collateral securities. .. : '. ; i ; : &ZyXiCriticisns ,

7 two minutes the :bitest' was' corpse licit the of the) .. CHEAP. NEAT.AND: PROMPT. aALEsrATL-This-corporation will act as trustees tor the.purchase. and. sale.,ot real estate or.thereiW .
.a patronage public. f' 5- and managememt-of estate*and property'....y., '' J **" -... ; 1dGoldand Si. .1'. on Music,the :Painting.*e. -in U

r .Uhrough strangulation. They burled { SAM'L, SPEARING JONATHAN C. GREELEYi '. vcr regularly given,unpartiaBy prepared by practiced pas.
Orders left DOBBINS' GUNSHP, oratMr., I JAMES: HVPAINE, -. V.e. ; .
: the ear with him, "and had aduutle I L OUIS EMILE,.MOURGEON, President. Vice-PrestdenC > '''" ''Treaswe S THE EDITOR'IAL

funeraLservice read. As the 1M. Mahony's Blacksmith,shop will i iecetvejproapt _'.f,. : ;. .. -: .. : .; S 5-. DEPARTMENT,
: '
corpseir'ovas I Whili
distinctly the
recognizing political
:, : being interred Jones .remarked:: attention. -,, -S -irons Paris, France' ,(lately Foreman of the Staten. j $! I j : ; ', S 'DIAMONDS.;.PEARL AND IPRE-''' ,: and rendering an earnest and consistent support prtncmlts to UM rf,
lUand establishment .' <,'L ,.. CIOUS ET INS Republican party.will,with
Dyeing ) competent iMutaius
"There wuzn't such another in wi" I. lad
car CLARKE. '
7tf FINE the
i : : : GOLD. conaibuton,take more general line of jounaSeik

4 : '' Nevayda." His consolation was that NEW DYEING AND SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT. : R'EA"'L ESTAT: : Eh' I.. :. ",,.. .. .I. ,".. fill that belongs to a complete newspaper.

fit killed the man Beautiful Silk Scar&'in variety,of color,'at DUCKY'S.. I I ,. .. S .: i. T' : : . ., ., S Address
: anyway. / t. .
I .., S ..I l.lUr.--.Ajl' ; ThE REPUBLIC.
: ; '*Y From thence dated Jones' fortune. R. P. E. JOHNSON/IIONKEbrWTmsr; Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, '> S r TOB. SAUI S BY TUB : ,5 .. H' 5, .",\S. J\ .I'. ,. ,' ii n, Monograms' andS ; lo-n Nw'o7t Citr.
; With two ears there was some 'sym D : l' Lace Curtains FLORIDA 'SAVINGS' BANK AND REAL,:;ESTATE: EXCHANGE:: Fani g "done 1n* :i
I-ace Shawls. "
*% but wjth,that, Has removed his office Mitchell' cleaned S ,..S- ," S S ..' 'i'., .' 43711manner.. :. HEAVENS 'AND E.unt
metry, unapproachable to, new building and other fine fabrics most carefully and dyed. I' ; : 5t i! : ," 11 THE
north-side of Bay street between Kcwoaa and Market FORSYTH STREET; between Newnan and Mar. of the finest resideness in the with of land, the shell road ; IIT
4 } ear, only ,remaining, he became the nearly the Post Office. u-ntf .- The "Allen property, one State to acres on one "
opposite ke
streets. 5-i6-tf' ;, "
; : ;! mile from the post-office. Beautiful river front, boat.houselarge grape vineyard, 100 orange trees,handsome ; i .1
> $ standing wond of the 'divide. In barn. &c. House has 19 rooms finished throughout in the best manne.. Double.. .piazzas., Will"be, sold at.less Standard.time'by Chronometer
; '
;! .<$ its capacious depth he carried his tobacco '.. than one-balfcust,on easy terms, to close an estate. :: i 5- >..1 10 TRIBUNE
,, i A tract of 58 acres of land, one mile northeast of the city,near the MolICrierSpnnlsbell roadWeU locatedfor rated. by transitS EXTRA NO. 9,
): _t -in theS summer time he had THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY .CELEBRATED buildlag lots or market rdena. Price 1 7.SO per*crc.; '- \ S
-$ but and the air the "di- -" -* The" Rirerside House,' Brooklyn, ten minutes-walk''from the'center of.'the: city.' One 'acre of ground, ; S ;.,: : .: I'. .. (Now. Ready' .).
; wag on fronting on the river.-House contains 18 rooms,in first-class order.. Pried,including furniture,f 10,000. r
mrM I vide" :became a zephyr-in winter he SILK Several houses and lots, well located in the city. Jacksonville.. .. S ,o-jo-tf. ,< i i'I-.I; CON' PAINS SIX LECTURES OX*ASn.o OX ,
had only to wafta portion of it over TWIST.A > T r S TMB AND ITS
; I ." 'AGU' CU.AT But MR. RICHARD A. 'PRO'' R. S
I .
; his head and the rain ran off in cata S' : "S.'J'c.ooKiJi" Cu.o & An i S .

This company now having in full operation at.Newark, New Jersey,the largest SILK. WORKS In the .: J.NORTON, : .': i .". *1. TH Suw." "
racts. Law and Public. ; ,. S
world,propose to furnish a superior article of Silk Twist .., I. Attorney .Notary 7/ : -S J I. j j' II. THX. SVMS FAMILY OP :
.5 S S : S k
J I ; < ) J III. Coxm MCTKOBS. '
"Divide" mothers reclaimed their ; AMD

:. wayward broods, by its mention, and : ;Ii S S; S i" ., V. WOKBBJM OF Tnt STaR .
'.' 4 divorce suits from odious 1 tfe T T'isi'Is' ; DBALBKSIN -S i'h. VI. Burnt AID GROWTH or TBa SOKAII SitS
) : arose com _. For the convenience of public thU celebrated .' '
".tIr F parison. 1' : FLUID EXTRACT The; Extra abe contains lectures delivered at lie Aa
:.V.: PUT UP ON' REALESTATE demon School on
; '.,'. ', .v! hut aside from t h.internal 1 disr : > SPOOIfi p. DIFFERENT/SIZES, ,,(,.:.1.> -- PenikcsIslabuznescrbcip.

r i'. '":; 'iI .cdssions.the "divide" was proud of The finest quality being thereby oficrea. on spools_In.quantities' 'd ', -l ,S : ; ".'1'' ,', I OF. .ALL KINDS.' S BUcH-U5I: By .PROF. LOUIS, ACASSIZ. ,

; i f 1); that ear. They took strangers to see 1..1' S.-- -" S : I. FlHST LbMl TO THE Aa&SSSOX SCHOOUt

-lo 'j) and'won their betting on { : -FROM.FIFT'YYARDS ,1J.PWARflS..1.S ,!, ; INSURANCE AGENTS representing the (followingcom.names only known forBRIGHtfS II. THE Air or TBACHING.
; money GENERAL S 1e remedy Ill. TNa BEST'BOOKS TO ST17 T.
; ; its size. The. above unequaled twist is manufactured especially for the use ot all kinds of sewing machines and agents :' I SS .. IV. t'LAiSlFlCATlOK M NATURAL HlSTOtV.:
once ,
s :
1 parson ( different machines through the this twist in large quantities;and as'" I. : -- S :'''f t V
using -
or are GLACIAL HcrroRr
.' t country 'W thcombinedassetsoroYer f S ; or Tax Con E'Lk(
I'\: 'fainted on seeing* Jones' rear fill the '. '' FRANKLIN, OF PHILADELPHIA, SS .DISEASED VI. NOTABLK WORDS C.I.YAIUOVS Tones.
-.5-- -- 5
S !
4. t doorway, but Jones fanned him back .5 SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ,. ; S CONTINENTAL, OF-NEW YORK,}( ;: : The Proctor-Agaraia Extra takes the numb,,allll

: p : to consciousness' again, and the nextSunday's are offered to the trade, all those about to purchase,*VII1'do send for our price list.THE MANHATTANOFNEWYORK, 87,000,000LOANING And a positive nuncdy for place Mobilier ia 1 HS Tmsirm Extra Series of the .Cre<8i
fl. = : S S: Estra.and will hereafter be inbstituwd kt
: '' '\. S. sermon was. on the text, PENN. OF PHILADELPHIA : I that in the"Library (or One Dollar," unl oihcrei.qordered.

; : 'ft -"Ye that Have Ears and Hear ; "' GOUT GRAVEL .; Price,postpaid, to any address in the L'aiicd
:. .- 1 l' MONEY ON REAL ESTATE) AND CONVEYANCING ,AWe States 10 cents: twenty copies to one address'I.,

,,.r.., AVhcn ,Bill Stewart, the, bE1ltl-headt : SIN GEE S 'SPECIALTY : DIABETES, 'DYSPEPI; 4 -The'Series MTxiwnca Extras.Bow pubU! .

j'f led eagle of ,Nevada, 'was (passing SS S ed,by mail to any address in the United Mates for Oat
j' : I
Y >{ ,I > : : give below a few of the many choice,places for saleby us :. DoiUr Circulars giving detail of*TUB Tmstrwi Ex.
; through the "divide he called on '. DROPSY '-
: '" : Ts eras free. Address TBcTunvm.New.Y.

't:( Jones' ear, and remarked that! it kind ; No,.73. Two-story house on Ashley'street, near StT No.:soj., Dunlawton Plantation: oa.HalUU'riYer., ,S is'the
ft Now tiaetGIIibscTIbe for THX Wsass.yTaistrxz.
situated- of the best miles north of Port .
: Orange
,( 'Jt II f. ( James Hotel pleasantly one seven Mosquito inlet at NON RETENTION. OR INCONTINENCE OF
4.1 i ;;H' crawled off with'anything' in the S S ". 0 neighborhoods u the city: house is new,with six rooms, j.'00 acres; i j;o acres rich'hammoclf.lylne one mJa URINE'JRR1TAT1N,1NFLAMATION. Single year f z:Thirty Copiesto
: } closets, and servant's lot 5'H from river ,shell land,immediately one address.each,sad extra copy to the geu.r.notbse ,
: II plenty of. good room: : 30 acres high on OR OF
Senate and there VULCERATION
1 f {., % was some prettyasinine r ,,tta.j,,, ,. S SS4 ,rot. R:' '. 105 feet. good fence; good sidewalk, and the street the river bank having front of about one fourth mile, : THE club. Specimen*copies free.Address .
:: '''" ,opes iheje. Jones:djdn'tjftin* j shelled r grapes In bearing: a fine lot of young orange with .large two-story, frame house3 rooms neeriy Tnt TRISUXI. NewTork'TUEW
f -- :- .5 trees: flowers and shade trees growing thriftily; good finished; house commands view of the river a c ocean BLADDER. S S S ,
t: .1 : derstand, foreign languages, but said .1ZT(!; well with pump on back porch."Wh;b U covered with and is surrounded With large bearing orange trees; AND, KIDNEYS,

: J, ., that William was.a 4'bully galoot." ..I" )I.1', fr. ', ,, flowering vines. WU1 be sold cheap. some 75 to zoo In number: good well:and a cbtc" _, S 'I YORK TRIBUNE.
; N. B. To capitalists a'big thing" there that hold1,100 gallons. In yard; thoroughly ditched S
A "
: 'f. Alas J and alas J Great men we : : is a fine opening Springfield; a few thousanJ dollars and drained canal from sugar-house running to* the :SPERMAT0RRHcEA5 HAVE:TWO'BRAINS. ?
: ; 1. '11 i river(fOr transportation'of crop; immense quantities( Dr..C E.Urown-Teqnanl,
cannot alwas have withiisi One fair will go great way just now. particulars enquire
t ". wild orange \!on the place:,the soil is simiUu to the
,. .Norton & ..corner Ocean and Bay streets.
.. Leucorrhoea White Diseases IS ALCOHOL POISON!
trie'Mivde"'woke best lands of Cuba which it!fa of the Proitrate
1: \ ''inorning toasensation" sugar to fully equal:
"::17.\I ; up. ',. ': No.:74.' 'A HAHDSOMB RBSIDEHCB FOB)ALB.-Six limestone U aisun ant...This place Is really one of the Gland Stone In t CI Colculns.Gravel or Brick- Dr.Wm A*Hammond.
4 ,. 1:' : 0' : large rooms and kitchen,double bay window on the choicest places in Florida ana was known as such before dust Dit AU Milky Discharge* THE :POET c.LONGFELLOW
". ..'< found the .1. ,. west,large double parlors,double piazza-on the south, the wan. 5 ,: :; ,.' ;
Jones was outside camp 'I commanding one at the:finest views Jacksonville; i ".'1' .. ". .S JamcsT.Tsc&Is.S
,I. ;f:: sti[. p..tLs9-11t..hi :_ Lct ' windows filled with four lights 40-inch glass and hung ;;N. B. Do you want a snug winter'home.'withIth '. '. .' i7:S. SURVEY OF THE.WEST.
and the Florida You
I co sad weights on pulleys reaching to ogo trees in ? can get a
::;t' and nowhere visible. They buried 5' :. '! Boor, with blinds:.all casings are finished with mouldbcauuful lot, 70x156 feet,i in Springfield high and : .; (With Map.) Undcr.Licut..G.ld.-' \Vbafcr. ;

"itl ..)Jrim tenderly 'and'' shed, a few tears. .' : ing and oiled aDd varnished, making a beautiful finish; healthful and within ten minutes walk ot the post-office, THE HORSE: AMERICA. ::
1 ceilings high;waDs hard-finished,open stain,double, on whichto-make it, tor J 25. For.particulars enquire EXTRACT (Ilfuslratdd.) 'Discoveries by Prof.C.C.Hani
.: ;3 Then started! find cart/ door Norton & Kooker. 1' BUCHU
; f they to the AGAIN TRI.UM1'ITANT. glass,front doors,mortice lock on every in house S
: ; china closet," plenty of clothes-presses SAFETY AT SEA.
) .. store-room bath'A
Y because without it the"divide" could -- tract'of S8 acres; 60 acres cleared ham'Yiew '
: room; hip roof,with cupola from which a Illustrated) Iron stamen thai will act sfot.
.-t: ever again hold its head. ;)" 111'/ is to be had of the city the river and surrounding mock land fine fronton St.John's river f two miles west .,. PcrnanendycuresflDieade. These interesting Lectures and Letters with a care
; up !: / MAJORITY three feet good well uf lacksonvi le. This is one of the most desirable riverfront i' I ; ,
1 .I33,254 ; country : lots making 157x200 ; in the of .Will be divided ul report of the important Paper read at the April
found bFa vicinity Jacksonville.
.' J. .t They 'it'iji the b ttbm -. S S I, young shade trees started; half a mile from post-office. ifdes'red. BLADDER.; KIDNEYS. AND DROPS. meeting of the National Academy Sciences at Wfc-

shaft, [Ut. sad, to relate, it was too fart S, !l.y..H ; ; For sale at a bargain.' CAL-SWELLINGS. Inronand at the May meeting of the America OientalSociety > S
S. .-. STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES FOR 1873 : No.q6...A large'; iwo-story house'with ten large No. 146. Six acres on Arlington river adjoining tne at Boston are published in fulli*THE
'f gone to be kept. Hauling it unto the rooms thoroughly LIlt.and finished In first-rate style.' Florida Home,containing the oU vineyard. For sale Existing in'men '"' TRIBUNE X rRA No.19. Price in sheet bra
surface,.they all. took a last farewell\ S n with twelve feet ceilings; one acre of ground covcrcJ at a bargan. ,'wm iiandcbfldrn, cents: te pamphlet,*>cents or seven hi$s.
: mpaflLes. Sold in 1873. Companies': Sold In 1873. with fruif trees and flowers: pleasantly1ocatI; within 'Nd. hotel is '" j Circulars giving Ml detail of the co. tent* of al-
: :l.i. ': .and then dumped it back again, They TIlE five minutes walk of the railroad depot.j( Price fio/xo; 147. Ms-ntoro'uTAN OTa.This NQ MATTERVHAT THE TRIBUNE EXTRAS,free by mail.
-'.32... ,American, B. -_ 14.181 $4,500 down,balance on long time Ldcsurcd.CfltiailY located L built i the best 11014 brick and l> THEi !
: : : 1 /ilied the shaft and read another Wliee'er&Wilson .'....JJL.'.._ a first-class house in For '
up 1I9, 80 D & Howe.___.. .. IJQ19 No.'og. acres i in 0 S S: mile 1 from every rp prices. a THE. WEEKLY, TRIBUNE,

I. 11 l, funeral service o .It, was. the only Domestic..".'.' y.-.... .- 40.". Remington Empire ;-.-. 9,183 Melonvule.'400 Price, f 5 per, rngeCntyO acre. term*apply to Norton. & "s S Prof. Steel says: One'bottlc of Kearn.-y V Fluid jAt'Farmer's Favorite Pafer

: i :0 honor to be done-but it is not evcry Grover& DaJ.er______ 86.179 Florence.______ ;_. ;-_ ...._ 8.961 ',' -S Extract.Buchu I,worth more than a other,Buchus : '

: : man who has thre funerals. Weed-._____._.____....__>. '91.763 Davis______........_..-- 8,86t Call on or w* 1,and state your wants:1 1 J cmhD. ,. .S i 5S .'.' until Jin.1,4575. ""Address,for*:. THK TaisoeaeY Tart.

lt ; W laun_... .-._--: U-. ., ,. ,',47 Victor _.--..........i.......,-...-_ 7,446 OFFICE COR.OCEAN AND BAY STS.,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .' Price One Dollar Bottle, Si. Bottle :
r. .':.!f1; And it may be remarked that there Howe! .._._"_-_- -__.__ No' returns PI ft___._"_------- 3"S8 OVistors, always wm 'Latest pp on file. 1156m' DoHn .p S o .fbt. Five .5-. .' S _, 'r -I

: iHi never wand never will bcsuch a Gold ldeda1__._ '... .,- '16.4)"' Secor.3' ,. 1 .: ,'... ., ROSPECTTJUS ; .5 .

; ,: Lf .. .phenomenal'ear1: *" as Jones"-* 5fl" ,Wilcox &CibU.......-.;.0. 15,881 .Etna-J.'E. Bramesdorf->.,._-..._ S 3o8t I A.S .O.-.HUSSEY." S S ; .:-t-L L.W.. .HOWELL., ;iJNO. i- ;> ,? 104. DUANE ST.. \X9R.Ki j ( .L!. ..; .. ;, ..OF-THK.

,Franeiseo Golden, Age. ,_ : .' .1.. '1 5' A PhysJciaa in answer correspondence NEW ..YORK WEEKLY HERALD

1 OUR NEW FAMILY MACHINE, : I' <,.r'. 1,.. ( and,give advice&a. .t .,. ,. ... .,.
.. .. .. .__, 1 I' '
: : CANINE SACAaT r.--A ,black-and- --- -- : S
: '
." ;; on'Ttsinorriirijj' trip tots Embodies New and Essential P.inclplesSimplicity Construction: Ea e of Operation: Uniformity of Precise, : : .. 43"sum siAMf .."MPU. azj.* Ji } .5 jmoTRirrosv '
: t tan'dog, / ActioB at Speed and of Work 'Fine' eoart t .1' .
any ;Capacity Range Variety or I .,., i :, ,' ,,; .
., ,1 : S : ,: 1 : t I
w :
::: j. 'city with its master has been of late ND'REAI DEALERS 'i '
assailed : I, ; : .' '! : ,:< ..'. .. : :' '..I: .1) .'n(! ,!:.; ;S <, ,J. .: Broadway and Ann Streets.

; .'. ;" State frequently street. Friday by morning a bipger'dog the little in 'TEST: THE, SINGER BEFOREPURCHASING'ANY. OTHER.:. .? ;'fr_ 'OI"O'T.r; .,.S' :S":8J' O" : E .S"i ,S .i' ,. u..i TO- -THE, ...5 5.. urday The,:WEEKLY at five'cents HERALD per'Annual published subscnpaoat every& -. .

M ;'sr' h:< dog came with, .big comrade,. but f -" 'TERMS-'EASY-'PAYMENTS LIGHTSJeIdcs '. : .vl. :! ,'- '. I : \ .: : '.- :, NERVOUS DEBILITATED pTice-i 1 ,S ,.: S

;; '' f; the State street dog did not appear! .' ; :! :: TX.EATHER: & ''. ;. '. Ni '.t.. t One Copy" -. :\. -; ? .fa
_: ; :. Three Copies, '- ; J
i1 c Nothing disturbed the'two;; dogs and ; "' ,' ': ", ,I. ., ;,. : -OF BOTH SEXES' :" i rift Copies., -, p, -. -, .'
't they'sat' down and waited awhile the"WORLD'S FAVORITE. we keep constantly on band a large supply'of' : Ten Copies., v ". 15Postage .
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,.- .i. .! then the big dog deliberately hid CLARKS O.N.T.SPOOL COTTON,four spools for twenty-five- cents.SRNGERS S "i : complete assortment of New York and' Philadelphia fine !.o.CHARGE. i FOR'ADVICE TATION "AND" CONSUL- five cents Per opy t r three months. -
Any larger number,addressed to names
t jt himself behind a tree ,and ,the STANDARD MACHINE TWIST from twenty-five cents up-all sites and colon, Goods always on hand. : .; Oil.>* each. .
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ACME MACHINE TWIST, loo) spools Ito,ti cents: 50 yard spool. 3 cents. ( ; An extra copy win be sent to every dub of ten .
H..; 'little one, barking furiously ran J SINGER'S; LINEN AND FLAX THREADS, OILS, NEEDLES, &C., &C.. Sole, agents in Jacksonville'/for Samuel Dunbar &, .Co.'sMisses's D.*' J.B. P7 TT"Kr I ,dua** or Jefe.Medic* Twenty copies.toone address one year fas,****
m:; toward the city past the home of his S CIq Pildelphi author of seyc works any 'larger number at the same price.
i and Chil ren s'' Fine Shoes ', ,- .. diseases Sexual ar Urinary Two extra copies will be sent to clubs of twenty.
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i: :: t; fi i enemy. No fighting dog appeared, : tJrgan. (which he has mode an especial Oudv) These rate make the WCIKU Hams the cheapest
and : Goods sent to-all 'of the State.JJay either In male or matter from what publication la the_nuy.
.It 1\ the little one repeated this maneuver :-' or express, parts cause-
.. Singer Manufacturing Co. byIai .' iginaung.or of how long standing. A practice.of 30 Terms cash in advance. Money sent by. mail will bs.
this time out his assail- 1 : } enables him the of .
calling, S. S years to treat diseases with success. Cures at risk the sender.
., ::' i ant. JVhe little dog ran straight to 5 ,No.
', /S his./rfen'd whoJay perfectly., 3tili.unji; 5 C. A.'VOSBURGH 1 ,stamp to pay postage. >, Poino1ogy.ant the management of domestic *"'1'*-
-5- 5 FQR ST. Particular attentioo will be paid also to Reports
-. ; ., til pursuer and pjrucd were withia GEORGE IV. FRAZIER, Agent, S ; :. 1MPbRTANT-TQ' I : 7, ;' Send lUr'thC cti I.U tA. Price sod Markets. '

i' rod of him. when he flew out from.111s se-i7tf "'- "( i '. S : ; JAdCSONVILLEFLORIDA. : S '. : .: .,. '. j S S S S Tbe aim wD! be to male the WCXXLY HdALDIIIf
; THE other and family newspapttIB
SCHOONER perior to any agricultural
S tree and killed the.State street dog ,in .--. .. you wii 1a genuine. ad'I'the way Cigar B. J; DYOTT, Ml ::1.)., the country, -
I .. / : ,. : Every number(lie WnkiT HCXALO will coatain
second. The and I. : SF.STABLISIIEDS l'I '
the little ;
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a big dog : ." I S S S Wine*. a go't" .M gn lia Jystdanand"_ Surgeon* -1-*,*104> -Duane,St...N.. *-f f a idea story and the latest and most importaat sew*
one then gazed tranq illtia few sec : S .' :,uu *"Ji B. !. j or telegraph from an parts ol !the world up. to the bout

onds attheir fallen foe after which : ,: ': ,: ,, _, .. .. .. ,! ToN S l', "v ,: of publicatioojDurmg
Will make regular trip* 7"TrunkandivaltteatBucky'*. the session Congress the WUXS.T H AID
A' 'K' PER'C'I': : ;: ; tTj\fIi; > ,: I : .. S S S S of the and the btot >
the little dog kited off down town : ; .- S : Jacksonville I will contain summary1 proceeding
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I y" .. J': ., I. I St news by telegraph from Washington,Political.
J' and the back :. ., ORRIS A DZIALYNSKI and SportufIntcOigenoei
I avenger plodded slowly ) Jut ; Efddus Fashionables Artistic Literary
wish take recreation in a good o at ,
toward.Wilbraham. ,5) :,;. SUOESSOR'TO J. ILCROWELL. .:. .t : : :.;;: S 5 I you to game ',For Freights/ lon.k CtHuary Notices Vaneties.AmoseatMU,
j \ ." !-, S SrfrA go to J. B.TOGNl?s5oonBay slreeu S & pIC Editorial Articles on the prominent topics of the dal.a .
: ; '" Br .1 PPlyto ,WILLSON WH1TLQCK,' AUCTIONEER5 review of the Cattle and Dry Goods Markets;Fjn"-
A TRJE( WOMAN. : ; / FU',S clal and Commercial intelligence and accounts of> ?
A instance ,
pleasing :> ; ,. ,
S : : '. -. : "S portant and Interesting events of the week.
I womanly delicacy was shown .i I': Ori t J JAMES': C.cAu AND The HanAir employs no agent la the country f
1\ CaO.for It at BTOGNVSteoflllar s-cit :; Fla.;- S '. ia distant cities to canvas for subscribers,as none art
at the MaIne of the l'Iinth'arrondisse. if :: .;,::: S Imported BassVAle.draughti J. CbMMISStON "Any pretending to be a*4&11I**
; ... MERCHANT, necessary. person
in > : Saloon.'COFFINS S 55 the WUXLT HinALO should be treated a. aswind1cr. comoos
other :
ment. '
Paris j.he ,
S day, a ,. : '. :., Pee shirts.,,*t' Bucky', I'Si .-'The club system bas abolished the agencf
'ouhru1pair presented themselves 5'S S 3.-3m 43 A1)) kinds of merchandise received "on'canslgn- system. It is safe an4 cheap. S
-- before the magistrate! for the 4F-c L pRD SS : meet aDd told at auction or private sale The price of subscriptkia. whenever practiabliushould
purpose : kPJnII.: ; .R' ,, II 11 tbt
transmitted by Post Office Orders.
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of being united in marriage The I :. AND UNDERTAKERS, ."J.! .- -i :'.' Every d! ion'ot good entrusted'to me for sale safest mode of iransmiutng money tiy mail. .,,

groom, who was'a simple w rkfngm n r __ S -. Successor i Hid and Skin business V vQIbe-.disposed.ofu-. S At small Post Offices in the country where Port;Wj
.. L : a' fice Order camot be obtained meney may be remitm
could not write and when the register ; iM' ET A t iac ; "j! i (;}i Hi CaOWE S 1 BEST'F1CVRE'POSthBL' lRegiteredLcuers.S

i : DEALER IN S : number,wlUbeh1O5t&. SI
was handed to him, made a cross .1 S f 'BURL.CASE ", 'Corner I" Ocean'streets': ,., ', ; \ c. I III the WSIXJ.T}(JIJSALD. .. .

;Ej in rather a .crestfallen mOJ d. The ., '! .. S ," ; B'a':1' ,' to the owner,and prompt and accurate returns made.,; Price of DAILY Hsiaw fcur'tertt copyAn

; 1 : ,: ( bride who hid 'evidently njoyed a BOOTS; SHOES LEA: .:HKR W (Oi.) COFFINS 'ta cash'pricespaid,iHide.Skin*, Fort, ''I, 1 '' PA .LETTOZBLOCXJ, S "' ', neal' Write subscription the address price,letters|ss.always to ioe"N ia advance*w You HttAU -

: much better education, and who could --- ., _. 7-i8 wiy >.In a bold and legible hatd.and give the naaie of
-.J. S J -- i -; "C 'jacksoaviDe.)ia. County and late so S
cfPoaZ Office.
: : .: .1.f.i 5. y.4w3m aubscriber.
Jl write with ease, instead of signing her \ .. "J '.< \ SALE AND STABLES plainly that no errors in mailing *will be liaW W
.5- ; ". :. 'ir: ., ; FJy. FED .'. ." .. .. "" ,paper **
oamej ri t1iad 'only,..crbs&in: the book, III .:. ,,.JtaAND: FINDINGiS; : --. occur _
: ; WMBER4D.: .
,I i and oiVoneofher" relatives'l : speaking -- ... .. ;" _._ .., D Fine black dress coals.and fimcy neck wear at Buckyjt
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fit she replied: : Would/yoii.b ve I AV '_)(.), lr.'i i... .TIr I /.t t J S -r'_ .U'jfJ* .'1-1" t. 'I'i 't' -. ., CRAETbRNIBUILDERSS, -S I Si'Nc.XXL
t me humble husband on such a .)! > .- .' # ,_. ." ... NEW TRIBUKE:EXTRAS
my a. *
him "Percivar5rStamp" Hand )'BOltS yMfit'f:fP*? 00 OF S .:, i" ; ." 1 '. D 5 : ,.. :' ;, 4'1'I .
I to let in ; S .
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S unoroent! .Ought 'public S ..,'B irJ''M r. ,. .aHJ'j ,..., II 00 ALL SIZES AND.QUALITIES -'tI1L1__.'UI-t" ".",...'LoverW.. .
inferior his wife? Do .li-'UnnJ/ASSORTMENT-OP.: .i; 1 '! "P
appear j : ..:411..1 'foI *; J' LeConte,'Marsh etc.',etc.
i Philadelphia and Baltloiorc II ; ; xo oo LADIES': AGENTty1ENSROBES.EMBAUdING : '
for before I S Si-. :; :
not atlytliirigl1loouttif > -
/ ilhree sajr months have passed be will be I Vienna Medal! ca bl e.sewe d.; '(
',able to, ,write. "1 '( Perclval'.s.stamp'.Haud Congress _V. -,?,!-_ 8, 50' '?f RBtE AW.MARBLEIZEDSL'ATE ,.The best and most stylish lvery teams Jatherdtyoaa ... ,-P4NESHINQLES, .'r ,5. .' "If' ', fa. sheet- .' ornt, -r.r--. '. ,

., ".Burt&'Mear 'IU** ;"'" ; .'.-7 '.'';J( -8 : o '. I MANTELS. be bind at the Stable of the the -S .No.XJCIII. TyndalUuxleii9Ton McCoih
5 Philadelphia ,u "!" J S .- I Florida-Home;corner o Ctdr-wCip Streets. CHRAF FOR CASUl:,AT .. > .j . ". -
The soliloquy of Hamlet! : contains S 700 S SLATE HEARTHS &c. Hones ;Boarded and wellcaredfor on reasonable !r : t"
of which all bntthree4areM'gloS3'on I Vienna Medal cable sewed ,''. r'r: : ';"; :V ;'-' ''' term*.' ., J TARDf : Price b,- ; 'rM
eighty-one, words -f r. _fj..! .. 6'S0" MANUFACTURED TO S THE DEPOT LUMBER each;!in F.III1kN. cent*..
: : ; Strong teamslb)hauling purpose* on hand. .. ., t-
";a. .i. ) :. :_... l'.. 4.5i'S j .ORE always II !- i : .. S
.-; "f't"Jr "'' ,". l t" : nli S.- .ANp-fOR W. [AVERY. (Lumber delivered; l In all part of the yandvcinLsj, FIFTEENaEXTRAS FOR ,.., ; ,
.5 They Vo't.ktulng-rJri ,in Iowa tor 'G'OODS'EN""n..r'. 'II' AND''ExnRESsf\tf>I "' :"" ', > Jack ou"J.1173od7.duJ.; and at all tandlag_the river;' al low rate i''All or- 1 S 5. -5 iwb.uP" ,
: Xli .V'; :.I. : : \0ALVINWOAK ; 'Mi' 1 .
Ill" benefit of the cbgrcbcf: "Trice,1 ten S f i $J.JJ .5 I .i To all putl CII&he StJ*. ,, .: t ".n .: ,' .1.1I rjthjjjiIj : .ncc1".._ pt ste-t,. ..'''LOVls cad (of _1 ..k t
TYfl JUt1SH.
S & kiss. '1 i AT THE OLD STANP, CpR. BAY and OCEAN JACKSONVILLE" FLA lost I Fonyrh S 1 -L EOUA1TR.S. for' ; '.1.:' juql'f ",6, 111' AddrenTHE TRIBUNE,N;Y.

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