The new South
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Title: The new South
Uniform Title: New South (Jacksonville, Fla. 1874 Semiweekly)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Adams, Carruth & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1874
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Apr. 1874; ceased in 1875?
General Note: "Wise men accept the inevitable, but strive to shape the future."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 33 (July 15, 1874).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042985
oclc - 12368935
notis - AKN0866
lccn - sn 85038367
System ID: UF00079941:00016
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r' THE. NE..SOUTH.: : Those,.whq, aVe anticipated!.that;the terests under 'Democfatit' i4is 'I i ., -.1 'f' "d't ,to. .., Sr..,. 4 '. iiis, '- f" "M" ','. ., :. .. ;.OAOCXRISS' 'AND. "PROVISIONS'. .._:'.-. :, 'WLROAb$1AND' -STEAMERS. .'*::.
sale of the would restore business '*'t "*" t Co .
crops now" now under"Republican J.WiU / A ,- l _

: PUBLISHED. :stT1JftDAY.vERYWEDNESD4Y AND to its full volume' again; are.likely:tobe its citizens;'especially''those'ithO'havere tqf' F. ';cbL"coRDifJbl >; :. ,7' '; ELLONVILLE'..7 HOUSE', TMPORTANT TO V.R DY. KOJ&IM BlKky'* & .

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disappointed to a ently been in'YeSted1with' the rights . r
TERMs oWBSCRIPTAWtWVLY. i Already bear Soecessor to If id* W Skta business of M.\ TACKSONvILLZ
tent. we- complaints of citizenshipiiJbelas:in the ; .
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,Wl wUctrti. hfOpct: aDDUIII. : M.MELLONVlLLEORANGEtCOUNTYFLA. a Duloe-.nk Lathe Wf'vI Cigar .
jive S..oreeopls. $3 00 **, *"" .n tXU a copy from the Ne, York wholesale rnerphants ,of:their,constitutional ;rlgbtsuuder1at3emucatic.administratfon J..1LiCslOWE.4< j i 0" .; *. ,:; J MOBILE RILOAD. CO.

uI bc aeat t"every ClUb of let twired at o*crRtLT. .tim. I to this effect a1Xl'from ..thePenns'lvanla' 4- :, ', ?' '- Wine'..Uqoon",&c.,,COJ :: -;,,' Oa and after MAY

maU tuUcriben. $a Veil] aD bUm. Tea as co.lLi1 ud. Ocsa..tufr ,.... i i'I . 1. BTOQNI.If wUl nm a*fellow SUDY. IT, it4. ,- .
each 1t copt-- 'rrift7.cop"L40 iron :industries the i.port'is they pow areiunder.the.fostenrig i care J 4 -. ..:.'t -.i i ; srTIiLJJITEPropo; : : .! ;; :
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.k.' i :Jar ffom enco rgii. 'Two p'f Republicanism ? ese-.are: ,the W.Bl& _.:_. .. .I.Skia, Furs .. -' :;. PASSENGER TRAINS WEST (DAILY FOR
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, RT7SINa'AfES of the'' largest Pittsburg iron' firm's kc. ", .. ;.f... ..,. .tllswlJ't . 1IpELLIQUSE .. if -. : : SAVANNAH .ANflTAUAliASSL&.. .
ibJ. : I' questions! 'YhlI'wilj' ,be :"asked., and .' t-""j' .jI...". --. ,, ,; v I "t'I' ." i 4.\.'.) ,. .o"'c

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i*o.blcqllCld St.IS|>erhichnrl M.'fimIvbcqucnt .t't cb w severalothes are/still 1 i n1: tracy has nothing but empty prom.. lot I at W 11II U, .oa.1 1'0 l .. .,. :! ,I 'lh'\1 lh.If.: .j dUs.ga. J.,B.TOGNrS. Saloon, Bay street.. labs CH_-',:. t a J .,
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'ctTt InterUo YSs""j" oeott. such: large" borrowers. ,of money to: jses' to"'Qfl"' ; .Its' past 'and] present: c. 'ROBINS. gM..& .CO.. ", A-:" J"; !. : ;;; .1 !! A MadIson at OI$a,..-" ::a.'''.'
lm., .. : .I. .of : ,: r : SAM tJT.iu-nEt.f.; 'Proprietor'."Hlh \!" : ,, .. .', .,, ,. IY ._._. ,
,*o cent per Uitir wbrks hat) their record where "ifbas held n'ow : ;.: ", ;: ; '. t';.0w \ Nolo .____* p:3 ; 'IU
carry oq great or : :
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TEaMS: liabilities excite uneaslom in the hdld is' stands -1'-' "! ipirtfj? 'Jtj'Ji' ;>-' j"1' > .._.;... _,._ ; .
city power, against it. It ,,, ; Ala .a' Quincyu.-v IEIO p ,
ADAMS.. CARRUTH ft CO,' TNew Mrtiaa'ttfi: Inmu e X apijrf SJZrid '' y c4.- .Loc4ai; .on. .draught, 0.Can, for. fy M J.'J'OGNI'S"a& Arrive at 1attniooch.s., __. ..:00. '
The iron industries of'the "United ;
ttcttonvUle. Florid. ; before the world convicted of crimes York. mflci the inert '
Aiets ,tl sui14 :" : '' ',. ".: ,gRsshlngssa ih.UeaoltaaBiHIard! w7 PASSE.'lOER'TRAINS EAST DAILY FROM
States have received Httle.encouragemeni : $t,666,6. Adaadc Dtachl ,
a against free government( and the most .
Rz$3..3ss.. ,.. .. '. ,. \ ,"' .,. TALLAHASSEE) FOR SAVANNAH'.
The Prospecti for RHVirntng Prosperity. lateif'from,increased. sales of sacred rights of mankind ,It has, P"! -- f ; tiaSL." I ,. -i--, -tIS. AND JACKSONVILLE. "
The time 1ooglookcrlt'for\ when both pfg"'ana' 'bar iron" !hic) :indicates been. tried and found .wanting and I"N.. ''BfeTTES .ft. '',': > "I : ).";'1.'. Lea..,. ......_ &ss a.

the .crops should begin to. come_ to that mann facturingin $ts haveIeen can.no Jongerj clainx.the restoration. J. ." 1 .r. ,- ,.,'.. .1." '' ,; : OPEN, ..DURING.. .. ; THEj SU.UrtE. .-. jOltNCLARK.:1 t .t q;"t. \... ., Quincy faUaissess-..=,-_-- ___-__ fctol.:3IJ'.,, .

market and business revive ih conse- 'increasing; fhi-4pti6ns---but,.. comjfidenccjuicbJrnce i :ab.cLbyopin J1tIi.SIM'A1: :SpR E N.J r .. '. A.., .A1".-. '.., i DiNb !.> os UI A n' .4,0 '
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ttlhaY Smorero..p nemanu1actureiiarticles .. "'CF -
: ucn tms lppY betrayal. .T., Republican pary I.' .:,1 J"'Y : j.Ck o VliU. llm.j 1TiJ .n.J .. i "> t k4f. I u.Oak_ :10 a.and 9)0
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that in' the next few weeks r .50 ; Lake City-: 5IIa.&IId: IIIS' ,
!\ such as .reapers, mowers, has a.r cord filled with proud,.deeds I Orrta H 8 dIl9...d It till.p.1L "P Week.' ". "r V "'frost'" tbjif.ooSatliiactoi : ." BaIdwinao..aDd: .'.a m'.

the volume of grain received In (;> threshing machines- etc., which -are' and,glorious"! achievements.. Its, history Ovncs AMD RUIDKXCB-CoWer Oa aDd Monroe. $arraagemena made with =uk,; > 1 M ERWAN"T'. Arrive aii Jacksonvffle-i
rago and jn the other grain markets sold excluively to. the agricultural 'the'record""or a nation's salva- &treetLi7. \ :TRAINS TO ST. MARK&
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West will be three! times as Flee .- i -. ',; i': ,,}(
of the population. The cotton mills of Massachusetts tion. It has never failed in its duty.It ERdkij.IARKE livery accommodations. (TucsdaysThindap ,
and Saturdays .
also t .:1,1. Open after June under' .1r.' ; I'm' : '. PROVISIONS : ."GRAIN. .
and will. be B m above ROCERIEa.
large as they arc-now; as well as the iron manufacturers -' has led, its'6xample not only' a I. .. '. '* .-aYe d'Tallahassee..____ 10:2$ a !
touch Larger during the remaining of Pennsylvania, have also} nation .but the wh world to a higher 1" .; .j "RA. : ;, /SEGAKS'' ;; '. ; *clV. _. ; 1 i. Arrive at St. Mark. _,-' : "'Da.--t
STRICTLY.}VHoLESAtLGWcERs,, .HOTED' I ; j. Leave SL Mark*__ _. H .
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than'usoal. Nou : ji
months of the year been Increasing .their stocks. They plane civilization''. 'We:have'a'right METROPOLITAN \.ScAitflondao(, i : '., '.> "' Arrive at Tallahassee. ..______ !:_ 'I{

withstanding ravages of the grass. have been trying to, take a hopeful to be proud of stich a glorious past; .JACoNvILLEFLA' :.' \ .. -. .1'- -'fjtj.f .r '"Averffl's Chemical'Paint,and ROBERT WALKER. '; '*

hoppers, clinch-bugs and drouth in view of things; and have persuaded' We rest the present' upon it, feeling' 49-Gocdi at Savannah sd.azIessosprces..49.3m .:CXSONVILLE..FLORIDA. : f hl.f } '1'. ;, ; t Receiver.. and Deal. Supt.:*
, the crops' arc' large .f'-I :rWnite:>P attll.ManeikDmwtr H. L. MAGEE An'tScpt. '/ 3-e
some quarters, ,themselves that when the clops came secure,of foundation on-which we ,1 < < t w ov> '
is believed ) to ., win remain' open. iq'the Summer' 'for the, .accom-. .. Agent for > >: i-'r. a ,... ... \ ;'!
it they come find sale '
and market
wJlt for -
should '
.they .j
to a have rested. ye work tout throughits : ,, : Bucky, Mil. boot and shoes cheapest. ,

the market more. prqmptly.thaQ' usual.} their manufactured stocks of all kinds. teachings! t.e.. .problems of government .N'Q TQN .&, KObKERf ,. ,modatlon. of the travelling. public. enddthens" generally.. < t 'll STAMC'.' LIZZIE. BAKER. ,' 't ; "" ,. . 'Ii

Within the next two,weeks this will But, as befor. .mentioned) a part of which. ,crowd, the future. To REAL ESTATE DEAfERS;comer Oaen aad'&, Prices Rt4u t'd ..:, f,: 'j Hr; ; ', I'. ,"y o.ui4;':: '." A. 0., & W. I. T, CO.'S RAILROAD.

cause great activity in some depart- the usual consumptive demand experienced accept the rule of. a party i that' has streets,Jacksonville, Florida. . Greatly. .- <' ; *>"> < ,,- '. '

roents of finances, The country grain- in. former. will be want? been true'in the stista ure' Money.&lid loaned Fire Insuranee on Real Estate and 1CCUrittGeneral deaers .# FROM. : .
; years so p accept a Agents inPineLands RATE PER DAY' $*..jjoi Vaa Brunt& BroV Line Sailing Packets, i' rEL'i DIN i TO CEDAR KEYK
tlealcrs are already beginning to sendIn ing this year. ''because railroad building safe guide to serve us'with equal fidelity Correspondence.solicited.3aEswtf, Plantation,&.. Springfield:suburb e specialty.. i -. I '. ,. '. .. ;.w;;>.; .
large orders (or curr nc). The and the thousand industries' de. in ihe future. We have faith in and liberal terms'by the week and month.' $- '. :I 1' .irROitNEW '- 'coma. SOOTH couro irosrni.. .

large deposits of the country banks pendent a or less extent the' of the'American' : tW3i9;. Bay Street.jacksonviti...FloridaFArRBANKS : 'I.. tlIW. ArrrwFcm.lpII .'
greater uponit integrity p o'pte. B.. .:.DREW) : .' I : r --_ ._ ..- SJO.. 735p.
with their correspondent banks in the ,-"are depressed. Hence, the cotton We leave'the issue in their hands, (or J. I TABLE BOARD AT. REDUCED RATES-. CaIJahaD7:3S Jaa ::

tities will be rapidly diminished by spinners of New England and iron I we feel that a nation that has 'been 'Artoi, :} tV: AND "r.. I -.l : ; ,' : BaidwID-. I----9.3IJ"-,:CIOU. J.Or..

the necessity of more currency to payout manufacturers of Pennsylvania begin : saved through the devotion of a party COUNSELLOR-AT-IJ The; .patronage of the public rcspecdully solicited.vj. .- : Gainesville Stark. _' ._, _11:37 3.1'

to the farmers. By them it will fear that have PEAUUl. IX Archer_--.-_.-_. ._ 1:50 ttuo .j j9U
already to .they accumi wll] :not. turn aside from its best friendto Office tn the'.. 'Freedman Bank )lopm Tj:53 -. .
Bulding.cornet .
a BfoONIkPrppHetof. BrolllOD
be paid to the country merchants: for ulated larger stocks of manufactured I. seek the embrace of the enemy that Pice and Forsyth Streets,Jacksonville,Fla.k. April ,jthiif4-. GROCERIES;'AND PROVISIONS, Cedar Keys. >_""M"-. 6:30 fcjo 9:04 a.n, K.CONNECTIONS. .

goods ; the country merchants, 'in articles than the fall trade will de once soughtits life, and ''only courts .'1-tV AJioaaws. f. B.'. o. .. ::4-252w3m '_ (ii ,

turn will find it necessary to buy mandi Whether these manufacturers friendship to-day that:!it may deal .r 'Gent'furnishing goods'low at'Bucky'w BAY,STREET, JACKSONVILLE,FLA. At FERNANDINA.with Steamer City Point from""** '
Charleston and Savannah Mondays at 4 a. m.;steamer
more goods to meet the demands of have miscalculated'or not, experienceonly with more certain force the fatal stab, T M. &H.J..BAKER,. .- Dictator from Charleston and Savannah Thursdays at

their customers, and thus great activitywill willi show 'It is possible that to-morrow.-Republic. J S !0R3ALE0RRENTCOUNTRYH Always. keep on hand, 4 Brunswick a,m.' With and steamer St. Mary's Llzrie Baker, from 6 Savannah'T fcH
:; 't Mondays at a.m;
be imparted to many of the most they arc $just now uneasy without sufficient -S .ATfORN YS'Ar-tAW. HAY, CORN.OATS.BRAN.GROUNI, those points on Fridays at 8 a. m. .**""

Important brarches: of blt5i e!s. The cause. As far as the fall tradeis Fire Insurance' t r-Lumbermen.A Ornci:. Reeds. Biuldlng,, OTEL AND ORANGE GROVEFOR 'FEED.-PEAS CHICKEN FEED- ,. sonville At BALDWIN at 4:p. IlL with;*J Jacksonville. P ft M. R.at R.9:0 from a..Tack. ** -

farmers will buy more lumber more concerned, there is sound reason tHe PORK LARD BACON, At GAINESVILLE,wfth in-weekly stage line for '
tcpnespondeht writing to .i-iy Jacksonvifle Florida Tampa with line for '
SHOULDERS ; NewnansvBle Tuesdaye'aadFriday
fagrkultural implements and machines, for expecting that it will be moderate, Gazette from Savannah, Geo;, under r SALE OR RENT.We *. 4At -
household JAMSS M. BAKKK. BUTTON J.UKI.j .. HAMS CEDAR KEYS,with steamers to and from Net *
mure dothing goods but no more. The farmers, though date 'of August 5th;. 'says that the wiri lent for the season or sell o*easy terms, FISH, FLOUR Orleans every Saturday With steamer from Key
after they shall have sold their crops really prosperous, and not in any way idea of'a.fire insurance for HOMINY.MEAL RICE. West and Tampa. Fridays; from these pUcesThur
company 3EEBE, THE ALA CHACOor ORANGE'H US days. ,With Steamer Cool,from-Tamps.Sunday:for
they are buying now. pinched more than usual,' were last the special want oflumbennen'.wasvery 'H. # Tampa. Monday With Steamer Wawenock foes "

cjn be no doubt that trade will be by'the force of example, fright : BUTTER, CHEESE APPLES ONIONS Suwanne Friday; CorSawannce.Tuesdays. ...
year fully.discussed at the first two ARCHITECT. Near MellonvOle Orange Co., Florida SUGARS. SYRUPS D..E. MAXWELL ;;
greatly increased by the marketing of ened into economical .
adopting more meetings of the Southern Lumber and : WITH THE FJtRM. ORANGE GROVE AND ..MOLASSES COFFEES, S-1] "Superintendent. r}
the crops. But the important question scale which ROOM No.,:MASONIC BUILDINGS 'NuRs.iRcATFACHED... '" "' "'
of'living, the"main -
Timber Association last year This TEAS COCOA, Umbrellas aed'parasols to be had at Bucky's..

in this connection is ? Will tain to some extent yet The fall correspondent. further_ says that .although 1136-19153.105. jfekttmnltf.FbriJ., SNUFF, .'

this activity be sufficient to mobilite ttade will, not be the. means of restor. sub- TIltS PROPERTY IS MOST ELIGIBLY OILS, SOAPS r- .
in the United States $5,000V .s promptly i LOCATED: } miles from the Steamboat STARCH TOBACCO BROCK'S LINE ,r
capital at large ing general prosperity.and swelling scribed to form such a' company, the'project W &; RTI1UA. BIRNEY,. Landing.on Lake Monroe. WOODEN-WARE BUCKETS '
or jo-
and overcome the chronic timidity the, volume of all sorts of busines to '
/through' for want of proper .- BASKETS BROOMS SPONGES, TUBS .
which has characterised "ATTORNEYS RIVER STEAMERS. .
affairs since
the proportion of two'years ago, unless -. unity and attention. He further says FOR INVALIDS.THE'CLIMATE CANNOT BE.. ; .
the panic ?" it will revive railroad buildingorsome : SURPASSED, -while no part of Florida combines -; CANNED GOODS OF KVERY, ND.DV --. .. CJ ,
"If succeed in i interest .
you'can awakening # 'STREEZ. N 0 so advantages to the -
many grower '
We accustomed; to look Upon similar class of enterprises which i .4 ,-.330 TllUPJC.ALo.ulT. 'sUMMER : ..
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in the. Kii hirers.'and sufficient ., ._f -- .; '- : nVTltINCJ <. SCHEDULE.. > '
the agricultural interests as the found labor and disburse 'ADU.1Ivto. "as I'' .t'
employ money i capital can.be raised, there is no doubt 4 '
: If not sold before the FIRST MONDAY In MARCH rum aatf after MONDAYf APRIL 97th the ties ."
ation of all our prosperity, and to say on a scale commensurate with that of that some of our ,best mill men will rArnsoM, .. next,the property will on;that day be offered. at public : Off of lhlsEne wiff.leave Skipyard Wharf daily
that when the farmers have money 10 two years sgo* But capital has become take hold of it." The GdSttfe as- I <'. sale to the highest bidder. Apply& DANIEL to FORAGEGROCERY.AND PROVISION' LINE (Sondays excepted,at S o'clock A.M..be .,01(

to spend, the whole country feels tich. paralysed by distrust, thoughthis sures itscorrespoudent continued ; ., FLEMING Attorneys, SELL, FOR, CASH PALATKA. : 'D

and enterprise and industry of every distrust grows mote out of the efforts in.,the direction indicated, believing # -.m., ..Florida. .b.-

tort are stimulated. This, however outrageous swindling that has characterized ,that therein lies, the true interest AtTORNEYSATrLAW.Office .. -,Od_"'. 1'71 tf 'AXB AT and Intermediate!landing and return same day.' :.n rt J .
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is not correct in the comprehensive the of THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES. Through steamer for '
management many of lumbermen, ,: ReQua's building Jacksonville Fla.' AD.shade*or1n1da. and'chignons. at. .,'BudJ'. ., "
understanding with which it is commonly American railroads rather than out Referring, 'to ,the meeting of the -' Merchants Loggers, Hotels,Bosrdlug;Houses,and, .? NT'ETRPRIS E"t. : '
\'oo. The value- of "' families are InY1c4 to examine my goods and prices. .1 t : ; ." J' .j
rcn: agricultural interests of the doubts about. the real Southern Lumber and Timber Association : "ORSALE.' .
of the United States have .brn & IVERSON, [ and i intermediate landings will lea"W a*above en Tnes..B i
cer"bin1) the railroad honestly
.property mansaged. ,- March 18, 1873, .we. find the THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES day and Saturday,and return Wednesday and Satnrday -
been in a prosperous condition The first step to take, therefore following .1ction'y corded, under the : ::4. : VERY CHEAP: evenings. -"'* kShippera
thMil arc requested _to.send freight down duriag :;
fcr a year past. The farmers of the in :the deliberate attempt to restore head of "Report of commute }1n- : LOCKSMITHS, nearis 'r.iItj PAID FOt'COUNT*.Y PJODCCZ OF ALL,KINOW' the afternoon. ; "
whole have had i .. '.. Tkree small Farms, City sift. tf J.BROCK, ,
country lirge: crops general prosperity is 'in'such surance." : ': r.; 1 .4-J Agtflt.irfl4t

of everything to sell, and have obtained national legislation as shall effectually Your Committee respectfully sub- ELECTKO.PLATING1AKD 'GILDING. ONE OF TEN ACRES: ''& .WHITLOCK. ac1J'she best white ;:j.i

good prices for everything they the railroad stocks Geared land; no other Improvements. -I Bud vesls.' ,
wateringbf /
prevent mitlbe following for your consideration o-s : At the sign of the EIG LOCK. .Successors to Thos. A.,Willson, :_
. have sold-much better ones than and shall give the bondholders some ONE' OF TWENTY ACRES, OF SEHEDULE .
: '
th y can expect? to get. for the crops voice'if that tis possible-in the management WHEREAS; The rates now being p ;EJOHNSON; ,). 'p., fruit About trees fifteen: underdralned acm In culthntlon.;clay aubsoil, '500 grape; one of vines the best and GRAIN' FLOUR,,AND ,FEED : CHANGE, ; ; ;..>(//j

row being harvctJed, and yet the in- of their property without charged for fire insurance. upon mill ..I., ,. -, < places for gcaing.bNE ,. "
Industries of the HOMO20PATHIC : :jfanufacturer of. The steamer City Point baring beta withdraw'W! '
country have languished actual foreclosure( their mortgages ; ( : Of TWENTY ACRES, : .
ranging rom seven percent Summer repairs, .
property :
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More laborers have been for itiis notorious that ,the; great majority PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON: Abbot four ''acres in'cultivation', balance good piae IIOMINYi CRACKED'
out of than to, ten per cent., are excessive, 'and ( woods; oa Kings. road CALL. AKB see. cORNMEAL" DICTATOR'' .
cmjjjoyment ten )ears of the'railroad lines of the West C C. COLt.1NS.Deal4IJt '
exorbitant, almost' prohibiting the .insurance Office, north side of Bay Street,In Dr. Robinson's '
before. Real Witschen's Bay St. CORN, MEAL, GRAHAM I ; '"aI':
The trade of the retail merchants have been built almost entirely with this new building next block east of National Hotel igotlR Estate Budding ;
or that
of 'prope-tYJ ,.
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both >n. the country and city, the proceeds of the ,sale of bonds. j\siociation.'fcrrri within'itself an insurance 'EALTH ;WEALTH FLOUR,CRACKED WHEAT,& ; X '

:-. has been greatly diminished, and this The people of this country could well to be known as the :; ANNO, H Wul.uma further notice,leave CHARLESTON every.

,: has been thown io thr general shrinkage ; afford to authorize government itself Southern company Mill Owners'_ Insurance_ W*, -SCROLL. SAWING" & WOOD TURNING.. TUEsDAy evening SAVANNAH R every WED- l

,; of the volume juf the wholesale to take the initiative in'the revival Company, whose officers, to be elected .. ;..' .: ATTORNEYATrLAW, ..' ;-. AND" "_ ;,. .I .. TO ORDER. _' NESDAY.for Florida arriving JACKSONVILLE ;>

trades. It is thus apparent! that the of railroad' building by i indorsing the by this Association, shall consist OlEc.,lii Reed"* Block, Bay Street: '.:'''': '. ". .RECREATION !lV' l-; ", :|: Wood. Sawed-Split, and Delivered. every THURSDAY. r.; '." &
; agricultural interests may be prosperous bonds of.some important' railroad enterprise -' ._ .;. .' ,
; : \ .. '. '* <
and still the '' of.a; President. who .shall, be' .a'J, resident 'I : ;" i ..iJ.FI, ... ', : .:; CordorLoad. RETURN KG.J !
general industry commence the construe* by ;
trade and or of.Savannah, .a, Vlce.Presldent.Secr : ,.- '. LANDS FV* : ; .. ; !,
commerce of the country lion of some one.of the most meritoriouS" Treasurer and Actuary & !/ Ross' Mill and WearJACKSONVILLE. Will leave PALATKA everrTHURSDAY: eYCl Icg.'*
be tary; : CALL. DAr ORANGE COLONIES Block..Bay Street opposite our
depressed. \Vr.en : GROVES .
we refer to the channels for water' transportation The Board of Directors to consist of .. ". '. FLA.: and JACKSONVILLE every FRIDAY morning".t t.t

proportion of the population actually for the ,expended .would 'LAW". FARMS, MARKET-GARDENS ,
money three, members of .Association ', : -', '.J : suit the tide.FERNANDINA same day arriving la tl
engaged in ag/iculturc, this is shown be'a small;pri9e to for ..the general .:;: VILLA SITES, TOWN. A._ Wnacv.6 w. A.wnmoot
pay from each State 'with three additional Reeds B T.
to be reasonable. 'Ornc*-la _upstairs. > SAVANNAH sad CHARLESTON In chat to; > : I
census of |revival of prosperity which wouldbe directors, residents of this city. 1 he .
1870 shows -IT., : tFUr '
less than one-half of Zn/er-Oiean. 'CONNECT WITH NEW YOU
the result.-Chicago .
, the adult oalc population are engaged a- Company to.take.risks; i only upon mill L ., t SALE. ON. SANFORD'S' GRANT? SAVINGBANK I : STEAMERS. '' ""

r ID agriculune. Of 10,429,150 males The Iszue. property, upon such condition and H..SUMMERS,j I .: 'I :t' L.M.MOORE.AGwrr.' THE. FREEDMAN-S 'SAVINGS ft TRUST CO.,, .- '* '
such rates as'may hereafter decided ', x' _Santord.LrOR AGENTS s .
ID United -
the : _
t States between the the ,clecline of 1'
agesof Weare glad to note I
Your committee '. b'udfursher! '1\TTORN r TLAW'jJ I I
59, only 4,650,161 are, set the third .party movement It was i I SALE ,OR RENT . !,
suggest.that at'this1 meeting the officers ALSO ;NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER & ROBERTSON.Savannalk..
down as employed in agricultural par- started in the interest of Democracy I of the company be elected, with j.. U. CIRCUIT COURT '. '. .1'' *', : :. ON' LAKE.. .MONROE..- :Deposits of any-amount received (rom. .Individual*. 'ft Femaadlaal.JEFFREYS .fJEFFREYS
f' wits of ,BRO. SON
. any kind, and this also in. and kept alive through jealousy business i firm and societies, on which Interest,wilt baflowed" :,
in the ,
eludes full power to .act: premises, Office Jtolk'.1IuI1dl !, 5 .. -:- '' ,' ., &BRO.JckWa.
4 dairymen, nurserymen, florists; and hate.. Its extinction. will grieve .
; '
h and that for: the. '
own hucksters, etc., etc. Even in our 00 one but those political backs whose incurred in formation ne essary of expenses the company b.i:ruxiMC. '. .. ,I i l, .. ,J-I-- p..tul: iTo.7 :: new Cottages ca" th8..Steamboat.., it. -\. Landing, .....,-at. ;.D.poslts'may be'MIl by express.In current fiiad :" R..J. .ADAMS Palatka;, 1111 .
agricultural State of Illinois prosperity'and.life depended,.upon, its r.r.ruxuo. S.NroI1D; : and bask drafts- THROUGH TICKETS AND BILLS OF LALV.
. there the subscribers to. the . .or by mail,la postal money order ".
. were, out of 7o.ooo' males be. 'feW who LEMING &' DANIEL : f :' ALSO.1Dc1u5 ING GIVEN.
growth, The good. men Bank I* daily from A-M.to s r.M.aiso. ..
Kero shall pay : Treasurer or his order F : TI open 9 -03tC. : .1,\
the ages of .16':.and 59, only were! led to Us support In .the belief HOME'LOT of twenty acre'deslrab Saturday evenings for deposits only, from 6 to I : "
their rateable oa .
7,3o actually engaged in all classes Ihat it "honestly meant reform' have proportion same .. .: ,. ..", : .-ATl'D'. 'J' r1PYS-AT.LAW.' ., : '' 1. detached, "
ol R. D. Fox twGty house, 'WlthJarc8 dining-room. o'clock. TO .RENT:
agricultural occupations. Of the opened their eyes to; its object,.and .". St. Mary:. Or ncc: Reed's Black eormf Ocean and Bay Street / ; 4-uytw. J W. SWAUT Cashier. WANTED ..

rest, 119,197 were engaged in nunu- are found to-day, where they. belong W. 'fl. NORTHROP ,' '. Jackioivu.. FU.' '" Suitable- 'for. a. .Boarding-house.. .. .
factunng and mining, and 171,976 in in the ranks.of -Republican party. -- Wilmington' C. I L '. Apply; to H. L,'DmFOREST, A .N. 'DOBBINS1: '

trade, transportation or' the profes- The crowd of hangers-on the camp J. C. REED, A A. KNIGRT ....i .'_, i Sanford.FU. ,Li. > IN. .4 FIRST. FOR CLASS SMALL, CENTRAL FAMILY.LOCATlbVL'

,. 1.OI.t .A8 it is apparent that ihe followers, .whose desertion 'fro'.our. fernandlna.;. .--' '..-".0...4 .. ., ,. ?.uify 17 IJ7J. ia. ,tw$lfTHE ,GUNSMITH. LOCKSMITH. .,
,. .
fOtfe-fiflhs ;
the nonagricultural rank' "h' T4 L. KINSEV : t PERMANENT CAREFUL
'gave'us'streDgth, have gone over oT1LAw '
: .
population ,. j' ; ;, .'J '" MERCHANTS' -AND GENERAL .) .,{
are not supported by the in a body, where, they should bav "" < EXCHANGE. JOBBER Apply at the -' '
: J!bor of the two-fifths the The mode of organizing the N. Block stairti'. : ; 1 LOON, 7-8tf :, FLORIDA SAVIN.GS..unc"
( agricuU been at" first, to the lines.of the enemy. pro s begs ,op j ,Hoto' BLOCK- Comer Bay and Hogan Streets, .,
;. f jSral classes, it f is also apparent that to The issue.is made:up. the country.. It posed.insurance company1.was generally ",$wly > -J Jacksonville, !* GREGORY ; ; FLORIDA L. COAL : .' ;"
J art : ,
general prosperity will discussed andvariOns sugges: n J .
require is issue finance
no an on' transportation Proprietor. '
something more than abundant crops. civil lights or'any other economic tions'were made, bit-these'were corn- /"" 1 iLRpBINSON, ;; ... :PRICE LIst. v d. -- o:.+._:' ': t Yjy: JUSTICE OF THE PEACE :: /

During the twenty' years of rapid question., It. ,is ,the old Issue batted and after a pretty free' expression __." .. Twelve Leeer Beer Ticket fcr_, ...|t us.SacperDoIt ICooICr. SEWING MAOIINES' LE NED. AND .. .An .
._ ... ... ,. .* '
nilroad extension in the ,Western of f: 'op! ion',. the following! ATTORNEY-AT-LA\V. ; ; ,. ..nn. -- $ :, REPAIRED. .. '
whsch the joplc.haye.been."called! jto '. 'If'( .; Urn*Juice PuBch.__;....v.....-.- .$- ,'" NOTARY PUBLIC.. '

l"'tates.which came so Abruptly to ain face. for the! past fourteen, years!, Shall resolution.offered by Mr.. R. Brad* Alao.NOTARY P9BUC c:COMMISSIONER."'- Ice Cream Punch '. .'.....'. II ..','.. :\.S- .' fi
close COURTS
the fall 'of 'wa.s adopted ;, 'u ORCUIT -., .... ..' ORDE8S FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY Office m SOLARYE$ BLOCK. :
1873 there grew the country be governed by Democracy ley, ,: ,.MakPnuch.,...,,, -, : '$ .
up I ireal variety of industries which .Republicanism J That is. the w!,//,/'.t a committee of five .Office: oaHuoi&Icmo -tr Ron Punch. -. -.'-..7_. ..inn__T ;.. ,tjBrandy'Punch. .'. .. ATTENDED d' ,TO.' ,I. Comer BAY and PINE aaacboeYIJIe, :'.;'

lome were of a cognate .character or in simple question at issue, an4 all others (5)be'appointed by the Chair to take A Qf, WRIGHT '- :" 'Whisky Pli da........-. ,1'_._u, --,..-.no.-.-.- .' .5.. SATISFACTION' GUARANTEED > -"_'-. ] ,!!Ziri.:

way connected with or fostered growing out'of the campaign are' in. in charge the matter pf insurance with ,
by the ATTORNEY i Claret Pnck$5. OCEAN HOUSE
tem. expansion of the railroad sys- cidental to it. The, pemocratic party power to employ an actuary, said ATLAWjf.Wm Abei"I, _-..-.---- *5. Sim of bit lock.p THE ,

Thes "e all still greatly de- arraigns party !n power for Its extravagance ,- committee to report at an adjourned .. I'B1; 'St"JacboD.m. 'l1 ; :' PLAIN DRINKS ij CENTS ". ., <. .
J and as of his Association also Ale,Bass'Ale,DubOa Stoat,Cor. : JACKSONVILLE, FLAv,.' .L \ '
tb bundreds long as they are so _and rryption, not to Secure meeting practice In the dlficrest courts of.. Cot.lections Imported,. Ginger: ; M7'WI. .OR S-A LE. ; ** '. ,, ..
of thousands of men a. state j>f affairs under Re that an'assessment of $io be' paid by dromptly attended H. "' 11d "
'ho were purer A Hoese and Lot.beautlJuUy located ntrally located and fina-da In eDICt 1pfObII..
emp1o'ed !in them as pro. publjcan management but to induce each; member for the purpose cf de. t SAI'. MCLAUGHLIN, I? .C oi

$5-me ptlttofl or laborers will 'not hue the the'people to accept its governmentin frayingJhe) expenses ", : ,'.? ';; {L;*VJ M iM.UthEo[ ,; R1 of Jacksonville.' TbeWse i large;well Bnithed. ,:and will remain. epea during. the Snauaer moeths' ,'.,' :\;,* .*-'"

they did amount of money to spend that lieu of the one It 'arraigns.-"The At the adjourned meeting tne' I. |!Fm Park,Fra cetlatelVForetIWI( of ie Sttten ..REAU.ESTATE.AGENT.. : ac up.wt.o improvement_ *. ...Inquire' ,. TRANSIENT BOARD' [ .'.,. -

Part of two years liO. A very Urge simple questions' :|6' pass upon 'are,'; project went1' forward, .far.aspur cot, Island Dyeing establUhioent). . \ i !f Juiw, JTtf S i. "' COAK.JacksonvHl- .' T "

the consumptive demand for Will the iffairi of government bYcon)1 1,.reSpou4! rit'hasstat. dapdth, "failed' KEW. :'DYEINC" .r AND SCOURING ENTvWe ESTABLISH-., I AD, sorts of Reil Estate bought ud acid; Uoney InestedjJra .. |a. PO. /'DAY.. or .J.o. PER., WEEKwV J .
paidfcTlfles esamlned. '
ju waipf commodities will,therefore duct d' honestly in, Democratic for reasons named.. tjifrttiL "' : .reasonable arrangement*made'with permanent io
as .A .
.j ? 'wei. Gent1.eBCD ariig,4pparsI. j' : : .. .
wanting this ,.._ W rnuneaoji' to William Astor *o>, SXMUELtFAIRBANKS; ''' ; :!
fail .ycf.and ihs cannot hands U.if Itept,in,;the: hands of ,Republicans ,. -. -.- .... .-_.. .pMaichless'rrjajdthe ,' .y 1 I 'f.cs\oUIU&. Stawsi.fQMYTH .' fewiYrky .A.G..OanIe. BeI1efoatsFs.; : : toarden.' I ;* ,...*
;: :
the trW?'I! its.effects. io Diminishing. ?j Will the nation, be,-s 1r kitchen girl i:di lGM'r.brb:reU'-Lace re6i5y x.* 'udd aa4 sd Lewi phOadelplua H.-Redner D Ambler.Philadelpbiai.Beaker;W.;Jacksonville,Stoke Bgrd,s'a., r.,: ,IQTARYPUBUCFORDUVACCOUNT. i-:o. :.: '. MRS, : c L BUFFiKGToy -

of busineM .this fill. safe in it, jndustrial. and financial .In. out'ofiocifers. p ( '"' "u< *. J 't". > : .r 1.streets.; .. STREW-: .hQ'eea' *' leery TIICIa..JJ.wJdl7pcI .'.cksoirt1t.'. -'. ..Ian. .174" '- JacLsonvUIe, May 13,1874. -'

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!; 4 i4 r THE NEW SOUTH.VO ', -ruent,- :*'-but chiefly f.!V at I"J--< expense' ('C the! orreJir at the'mscwrtonof tecn'- o v.t Letter. .. I J t Aeasoni- 11wicesJJii; >_; -

: .- 3 4 .n1.. 4I Sot'l _.. '5--, gtny, and1at.b4ot (IU .1aatlVtsnowi Whilo'not concurring in all the' 'thontnoae olorerawlng and hiJmidatim
I ..CAkKVTM. I IM. And the South the The battle now will the now prevailing. and law-abiding Pt'1eeabJ
through generally, begin along citizens
$ WKK1U6*. J ADAMS.CARRUTH & CO. of our New York hopes which were entertained a them aDd
of the
&, .;1t1.U,0. ala at he grand race blunder is rapidly whole line :and .Republicans with ago, that there would be rights guarantee- tQ
unitedftoit will)) 'with"'determination glte-h1s spicy and Interesting a very by the Constitution
: : 3. S ADAMS. EDITOR. rpmtding with manifest. effect. crfrry,the 'bauer pf,!fctorytothtr.cjtplr bl1N Da.gtI1phlngj tbe. light In cotton. The crop are noir being dis United States your attention law or the
; :: At a public meeting held at Memphis, tol.! The Republicans how a determination the of the recent dry spell parched all act .f Congress it di tedtft -
existing kJng. passed
t ;; TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHEKS. Tennessee, August the 2Sfb, among, to win by fair means and to sup strikes( binds- New in many plants. and the cater 1866, entitledan act to protect'aH Apnl .
1 ill ., others port good and many I many places ravaged the sons m the United pe
-*toed inicrcM tbo following resolutions principles good governments States la
uu.a fcited& all wereunanimously 5 much. It la their
It m of the certain
para S S and th& very that the
>tM$ Abo) coraimtouutiom ., conotrv cenerallyV ; !: rights and to furnish dyU
on tubjectx !
t i :' miMatJwj-rOiay luc* iuiiil tocial mad oleaeral' adopt tWHEKEAS i JL< Jl 'Yd. : will not be as large as expected bv Tlndieatioanartd means for their
t .adMitrui ,S&I doub'tVhen ''the turn NEW iAugV27, tu
n things navetaken I andtherrMssed
p ? ihould : and the
make their letters ThlsThectlngiiaarcceivei crop will be April
,: at got out 20th 1370
t IL ', Wt inefM M* oiveiipraMMcfur the bet and[ circumnanc*!will permit. information, reliable -that with ,*halJiavAjpMWpaUeU] *the&'LV J i r..ew..6.QJdla: $i ,,,ol. market sooner than'usual I the' entitled "an act to tnl'ree
t 4 opinion cxprcMedbr our deee pnivhions of thV Fou"rte
i currapundoua.be RpjecteJ 'nanuMripuaui neither V in the )List : a .large body of ntl and the fcrjwri Jo assist us in tho advocacy >weeks ago 'wrote yon |hat.vwc ; TL'TXAM COUXTT. ment ,to, the.Cvrwtitation i tb'aintDd.

i oull retimed M4 tie 1W orprc cc4. v-.1. AMUVIIKMI contribution armed men tnte>4a the itowh Trenton, of RepuUican principles ,and seeing. the'iwglnmng 'of "tho. i editor of f the Paktka -Herald States and for other 'ptfrpbses Ort?" ,UDited

1,L%: t oIla'wnnd in Gibson county by violence and without took authority V men, whether)they c*q jjjve.a' : betcrI! ip- the Beecher buiin esaV 'Buj, Jt is a V : .'spell the public over correctly for'it. and apolo- one passed May iplh. ,JWO. fl, tiLJed alto 10
from the
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t .RU'C.DUCA.N OWINATlO, S. dica'Jun of larger of long end, and though the tbe right citizens, oftS
'jail of aid county a number of colored 1 1prilner. a change Ir9nt] Modoo base ball club> of PaiatkA United States to vote far the
j'CIf Moi.ctICugre.1.-d DistHct .. amounting in all to some Fix-' within n smaller compass than the Advertiser the InnsUgatiog.CommlUee is ? ;i I latest in that section.. of this Union'and for other several SuS

i : ithxAHL.WALIS. teen, confined in said jail for trial befor 'has done. i ished, and theicreport is promised Pulatka Herald says: "The wa 1 which ,with their amendments purposes.?

i r tat Mot; ; ofCoa.1'e I.tst Dintrfct. the Circuit Court of sid county upon "a Friday evening; that will!. not be the the upper St. John's are so low deeds l of violence and bloodshed, mukc offends

r4, Ii.'II.U) ,\ J. (ba rof crime and instantly in the ,The Key,West Dispatch Purmanand The future looks dismal, for there \ steamboats cannot make within 'the jurisdiction of the, General'
most and
:: '1 : : (rel manner put through to the Government. 'I
H, Walls. rumors that Tilton is upper lakes. it
Mid preparing my duty
prisoners to death therefore view la,
; of
Republican, State Central Committee for Our readers remember t long; are waiting for the equinoctial the circumstances, to insirnct
As the may Btatementjind Moulton is
of this
r : -- Florida. Ruoltw sense meeting i open navigation. you to proceed with all
: possible
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: 1' *V*.,If;CLEAIOX, CUJrtnan.' D. every Individual engaged in theperpetrntion before the Convention, we, favpred-the ing a statement and no man' 'of V 55 and dispatch to detect enem

4 o.:, I" '4i1.itrict*. EACAB.I>iMrict Secretary. l of these-crimes sbould be nominallq.n/of Pnrrnanjind Walls,as the how many- more" V statements( 'wht unty'wlll be Conservatives held at Palatka of Put and punish the perpetrators, expose, arrest
4 i
; punched the full on then
'-,I ;' 't... Ham J; W.Kat1cr.fatttt, 'J,J).,S.T.It.S.Day Hunan. .elol.c.t Further,extent as the sense of the of law.this nominations- that would best concentrate heaped upon a suffering public; b ,, September 12th, to-elect del no crimes effort, and or to that end you are to spare

So. ;J.Purvn&it. '5. H. Braun these criminals the strength ol the party and because the thing fs'going into the-public to Congressional Nominating of the United necessary expense. Troops
"Fwth Oawtnn.t. whtrvc States will
/r 16. j. W. BoweD to be held ,Jacksonville be stationed
1 : ..... \. H. lUnld; I,. J. D-TannehiU, secretril ,'b.tber'wihin or the these ,nominations would absolutely and then-when will the end her 16th Inst. different and convenient'points in it

; .. Rupert M.I0hwi Charlen.. .'9.1. W feter, H. .LeUIa..a. State trial,.and capture and broughtto V preclude any foundation of the, _allegation ,There.ls; no; anl etyaboutih '''r : MONKOE. COCNTI. District for the purpose ,of, givin/.tli?

I. bamuel Walker. O J Alden. punishment. that we anticipated from the Demo- thejnvestigating. ,Committee: Purman'a Cuban needful aid.ia the discharge of ,
I. 9. Ruben Meacli.im, ,i. W. H. 1? oked. That we have read the 'accounts 1 l speech ap tidal duties. your 01-
le. Lenni Ea aa, .a.. J T. Majbee/ of th(5 horrible Crimes, { with; tlit cats, that "the colored men 'were Inan.gu'ratlng.'tbe' !is no chance, for 'anybody;making, I the Key WeSLDupatch-trans. Too understand, of coarse
1 1$. J. IV. tlruck.li. .. '3. __ : .SJJ\nfsh. mi lntrF..ron..i.intended Whs.tev. _.. .f. ,._,_
most intense pain and and that i il race -qustion"andthi i s -- '';';
I Wro. D.Scan"; '4. K. L,V are. regret, honest penny by betting as to what J with
: .! is the sense of this meeting that therwcro makinfir"a white nmn' from.Key West to New York not any pohitIorpartyii
,i' partyl'nectssan'" be the 'verai That was fixed c violation of law. bat
tllIJ't."UC.\1I CONGRESSIONAL BICECCTtV* perpetrated without the least I weeks ending August 18th. 1874 pmtectinn to
I COMMtTTU. clo-I Since the C"nrcnli68'ha : all clashes of
citizens colored
SECOND DISTRICT. or e designatedMe&tri.Purman ago.' .We 'know very well that and white
excuse. valued
':;;, As a m.>uerof:cuDveoicoct.. to those wUhinj to car : .and Walls as the choice Beecher is entirely vindi at d :.for ,$ OO 35 at bales$96,000$ 75 in the free exercise v.f the elective frwl'chi. '
the Gen. ;
!,1< respond with aa,Bwrnbtrofth And at same meeting :N. B. / i sponge, and the enjoyment of other
:, 'C rarolttee of thi,DUtria,we append the list Exeemlvc cf that Forrest spoke as follows: of the party'us made ard announced by, have been toW'so at'cvcry Friday : ( turtle. hides &e., $600. Total, privileges whicMheyare entUled rizits'and

"JI! .oom ttee.with post-office addresses: Mr. Chairman and 'gentlemen, I am regularly appointed' 'conventions!, we Plymouthjraypr meeting these, S under the Constitution and laws as tiUzsns

,n Hon.Hon.A.I. A./!.Chairman; Jacksonville. hero .tonicht a.An humble' citizen to have, ;supported .and'5b continue to weeks. Ard then !the Brooklyn : i JACKSON COD5TT.: ofthe United States. The Instruc-
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lfICHt'l'reasunr.Jacboa.iD. will fall lions
.I PHILIP enter the atrocitiesthat sustain. them because crop considerably are issued by authority of the
WALTS. my protest against Presi
Secretary Jackaonrille. they are the tells us the same thing
"I .:, Hon. E. G. lohnnon, Lake Qry., have been committed In Gibson every day, the expectation of a month since, dent, and with i the concnrunce of
Hon Honfc: H.: R.S. Harmon C'>oetvUla. county. I stand here as a citizen ready I regularnOmInes nt 'the' party,, Veg thn /'tOo, ho 'matter which way'the' I qu nce of drouth rust, poor cul Se retary,of War Very respectfully 1he

) t" Ilnn. JUrch Utbvon Chadwick Ocala Palatka., to star to-morrow, if it, ; ularly and formally and fairly selected dence .leans, or what '.are the bad seed, one third stand, back GEORGE H.WHUAJISAttorneyGeneral./,
; H. l>ermte u t*B. Madiion. isneClbsar: in' accordance with' 'the and d---only knows what
,\, JJ. M. PspL tb'ol men up. J.ud party ment in tie J latest statements. .
$&m' Tetty. !'cmaJW Aiunutinej*a. plause.)' I am 'ready to protect .sp custom and regulation. This is the Consider Jig Mr.. Beccber's :! Carters seed this fall, plant a LON BRANCH. September 3.- Vice-
well and'
John.\. We DoDald7MeUea IUc.CXJUKTV black man much and make as much President Wilson
: .__ white n as quick R the only way in which the will ,0'" themetjoritywhicb in the wortl,and his_past rep t on one fourth the,land. arrived here this A. x/
man, to
(Applause.) I want to see ,stay_a days. This '
ACRlCUtTURAL our in is the only' 'domi ating; inoralsand4 J ra.eliywenre bound to ( V .morning
AND HORTICULTURAL peoplcaet harmony. We hare i l i Senator Patterson; Judge Mackay
t.,4 SOCIETIES.i i suffered the loss of untold by consideration_ under popular, institutions cept his lain declaration: that ho t is ? General News. V Mr. Baker Chairman oftho'RepabJicaa
;'" Nothing can be mure effxUie, when properly mana these troubles already. Will they never canbairic'd V outl: As -entirely V no ,cnt of the, charges against Committee of Texas, called ? ''
;ed, than these societies In embodying,concennatiog, stop ? They be stopped dent Grant and had
I" f. and properly Sr! CtIn ; they (rroborntl\, oor.own views;.we append Those ugi.letterfhisw r'e J his1 gt ; OK THE COTTOX'YEAB Jcar a protracted inter:
I' ofpractide effect We recommend the fol- as determined as I am to Stop them, an extract from n leader in the cft'accusen._ They would intrude at :-.Mew' Orleans, ,August31;- affairs. to Louisiana

lowiuc abort and timple fvrm of Constitution and By.Laws they will be Key West Dispatch:. times and in all Current 'annual cotton state
stopped. (Applause.) -We places; as It'i is
,which for many)yean has served the purposes JH\VE got to bunt these.men down. : The evil that would have exhibited itself the following, receipts at reported, though without official
cia very large and successful.society abroad as aapluattotailodnayiwi'sodctiasorchb. (Ap as was Baiqno's.. ghost 'at the ;i : 1,223.2--0. : gross, 1,359,896; authority, ,that the Attorney-General
) plause.) We have the officers and upon the nomination Air. )
I ., 'n- party. They must, be explained to Great Britain 633.420 w511to-dayf; September 3,issue Instrar-
*; law chain i is ,
i ; on our tide'a'nd we must hunt Ibese of a class nature, based ; tions to United '
upon States
p I. This COMSTITV11oM. men down-(applause)-black or white color. Irrespective of character and explained auay. .This was :' 249,980' ; other foreign ports South Marshals in the '
j ; ". bud organization shall he kowa as the_A.riculniral {- treat all and when this is I would be found tank In hisdefense i Total to foreign ports. 1,147; to summon a posse eomilaiut lo
r Horticultural done with greatest
I Society. 1 alke. 1 antagonistic the .: ,, ,And assist in repelling all '
; 201,079. violations
II. Receipts at the
I u object khall l be the I fundamental -
mprovement of its members you mo murders in principles
: 'in the tlieury and practice Agriculture. :: ; thiscommunity. embodied. our accomplished this task to the entire ports, 3809.839; exports public peace such as it is alleged have

receive I U. lumcmben a ,itwo-tbirdt khall cancist of such persons assball (Applause.) the constitution ; let"_democracy, 'establish I isfac't?n' of rijmouth church and Britain, 1,854.847 ; France 369, recently] occnrcd in many portions of the
for of .
: vote admission aud pay the Evidently, the good men of the South principle ybite man's ..goyern.ment"in'itsmtrrow Sooth, and that in the
Mm eTone dollar annually thereafter. L i Brooklyn Eagle. Had J we tnd rst ; otherforeign ports, 610.811r event of their fail
IV. Its officers shall coiuikt uf a President Vice- are shocked and those that do not e ntmctl'dvie"Df ure to prevent infractions of the
come 2829318.
how peace,
Pre> :nt,becrctarr.Treasurer and Librarian, (who supremacy,j and an ultimate "arffraces perfectly meaningless the 1 ( V troops will be called
hail cvukiitute the Ex.cutiv"omD uee.)and Chair within that category are alarmed at will follow; The 'n-publfennf Blatchfonl a bankrupt case on to preserve,
ro 'ttre'rigth i order.
.uaU1 men ot bunJing Ccmmiiters. and aball be elected an- suit of the mistaken Democratic policy intact could crush the monster prcssivo ,W1VIU tlrE1)glis! gave: a decision S p.3. to 1 V '

t ,, \'. lit mccttngs: khJl be helj monthly, and at such which' 'sensible Every'Republican:knows/ that easily.there is become when used in a Beecherian t ( that when the assets of a bank- The Signal Office,in"Washington is ia
I '
any man have '
; other time bud places as the President may ducm might- a vast nreuitntlernncR oftntred monlin. (as in a Pickwickian sense.) those'te to reach fifty tier cent. of the I ret'tipt flY tnformltion_ __ that---- thR-- .'.'...1""-.<
: nnccsaarvfstheSod.iv, toreseen.
; : "II liia on.titutloa be ameaded at any t'C a- our party.- A fair showing will be-given would ''not have been considered ; f ) proved against hisestate, station tilia from Havana* came insight of the
tarm.etiugsaijpjucn4negt to both r hue discharge unless at Cape Henry on Thursday at-
1aIagbeCaprOI.aed.J races throughout tbe State. by con
_ We .
the I important document The
prcrwu uicoting. rmize" Again. have, in: the Representative, Hall very I majority in in number and value ternoon and,reported the losa of the cap
;. VLAWS.I. tored mind of the public naturally lain antI several of the
crew from
_____ The 'Reports authentic'Inform Congress, and have no .ubjfction i ,that yet
shall apparent
President lour
,- I Society and Kxrcutive Committee preside at, and all meetings have power of the to: us that the Extcutivc-Mcnchnrn bolt is i the colored element ba"eit. fair chance garded them'as referring to'sonic un ;"- staruUrd of Republican of tho fever and nearly all the remainder
ell aptd..lIDCC.. for the Senate.wnuld sual circumstances.S'bcn )rt ami "When crew prost rated.vith the same
rather ,plain,
be a
II. ::1taeVc.ircldent at last on the point of its pleased I man every man: disease. V
thall expected
have like extinction.
,,' r, the President aud Wall prewda tluring hi.power alcetice with or This to see acolored Senator; only asking V ,Mr.[ Hcechcr's'position speaks of hiD11 V belie red. black or white, V
', inability. dangerous division of the that the applicant 'bW .jossesedVSof the dug-out on the land Alexander Stevens after a session of
'. the Ill Society Jlit Secretary and conduct shall Its record the proceedings I Republicans could never_ have occurred necessary qualifications, find let the Leg as "Ji\ : on the sharp and ragged i: mansion en'the s-'a-sf.fe. the Convention through the whole night,

IV. 'Itte J'reawrer chall receive correspondence.moneys, and pay without the patronage, if not instigation i islatures! be.:'tne judge; Any one; Commending : of anxiety fe.kr: ; lerriorse and 'despair : in his sentirriL'nts'and his received a unanimous nomination to

out V.the same on the written order of the Prctulcnt. ot the th himself (C) that body will receive people supposed that such a : then and not till then ha* tbe Congress.
Meetings shall be held on the first Republican State GO.yern. :
Saturday of r
each month. our undivided support. figure must have -som" foundation party performed mission."
.OKOBS UP IUSlll. ment, and a the legitimate and perhaps Had the few mal-contents of our late fact and some dreadful ; General Williams returned. MISCELLANEOUS
j J .I.. Reading of mtuutes oTIast'meeting': '. inevitable result of the violent' attacks convention ruled in their :madness; ,de ; i ton from Long Branch Sep j -S
Krport Special When
." J. Unuuished _Comnii&ees.. upon Furman as prospective- feat would have followed. C nv ntt.ms :: hetehlsof"sufferlngthc ,: Secretary Belknsp has also P RIOTING.THE.
.I. $.4 1cw JJiKiocs; .Euay-; Dkcussion; ,Reoon ./r dt-brnre.nvn ( have no right to resort to ring maniunlaineit of the damned," we' might think "t'Y and consultation 'was held at .
.'1'. : ..1."n. be \tt1Ds; unties are plain ana unmisV .wools conur express Tinaaing""morou"f : to-day between'.the
-- bai received the regular- nomination -able. \Vc. are ntpUBprl with tlio! tinm.ination rible. did' (;ener.sl l NEW: .!o JTlr'
Wl h' ; : we remember that ac< Secretary Belknap
{ They They H.d'nt. of party; and venture t say thata V of Purman antI Walls'and V- : shall ing to the drift of his ( Rrktw_ The,_n conlerer.p__'___. ____.'
t.'I When, tmarting under the sense of parallel instance can nowhere else be support. them..-- t preaching, d. had reference tn the JOB AND BOOK 'PRINTINGESTABLISHMENT.

defeat that prozimatcd to nnnihilation, found, ot d Republican State and National .V IIt. said torments are not-as' bad as are / of affairs in tbe South. Sena V

,,; .-that punished the Democrats for their Organs," subsisting the The Good Old Times." presented by the old orthodoxy and ( who i is here, arrived at S .
upon '
New'Testament.In .- ( nt during the consul.
; Liberal publican aberration in the )last patronage of tho party, uniting in bitter V We shall soon hear iroin 'a,thousand, wad in attendance. What -
campaign, the doctrinal revulsion' that the 'Democratic the.easy cross examination
: hostility to regular party nomination, stumps c1l\tnor'Cor a return of this meeting are cannot

:. I f 1 followed and naturally( ]led to the resumption under tho instigation! pt a RepublicanState to the good old ,times.. Many,a Ins gentle dealing committee he T : : ascertained at thit"' boar, every The proprietors,description! are of. prepared;, to- execute s orders, t jJ

of the old Demlcrtic dogma and Government. ,But we,are qlaJ. to hungry politician will hear the sound remembers hew be happened to es' ) i official by/excellent authority I .

4. : : .- a J'e- optlon of the 'old Democratic know that perhaps too late" to do mucbgod. and' believe itthe! promiVe of the 'good language, and has no idea wljat he .' 1 will be action taken.of an' Sena im PIAIN1OR: .ORNAMENTAL, PRINTING.Such .'

('NNl"pnrpand simple exceedingiy I better sense ,has prevailed and time coming when the cryf "',I am a when: hstiidtilTbeoclorewflIhaAi% il i alsu here, and had an 'inter .'' .

.. natural, and pet haps would, in the cud, effective measures are !being taken to reunite .' Democrat!1" will open to the faithful the hardest, task" in 'case of a the Secretary ',of War thU ,, as. BUSINESS CARDS." < ,

'- have vindicated own wisdom. But the party in the First District.. fattest offices 'of f 'the" lafid. No doubt The, remarkable letter,,in which'he : VISITING CARDS.

I the Democratic forgetfulness jof the I The queer attitude in "which thoMeacham Tweed, the dethroned dngofTztnimany, blesbimseltbefur9TIton! as_before : ,Dockray was to be sent to WEDDINC-c'\RDS.,

., that \vas as he sits with ctriped' suit and asks his. (Tilton'sj, forgiveness Saturday last,by the Spanish V V -
Jnctiallnslton given by oflichtl 1 organs now fiiut themselves and shaved I Through the intercession BILLHEADS. ,,

.Jhe emphatic rejection by the people' of ."nr joining in at tho: Executive eid'in his forced retirement and moral'zes not particularly explained. -In bis'state : General ofthu United V S LETTEBHEADS. .
the. stupid .ami! suicidal the 'ment he claims; .that he "could kr&Y will be treated v S V "'
platform upon beck, .break down the nominees, theparty over degeneracy, of ,the times, not. as h CIRCULARS.

: which the Blair and Seymour cmpaig might well deserve remark, and looks forward to the hour when the h ve''l\i .an j.. such 1 tbing\ .and the.committee will er. He will be without POSTERS, V S'V, -, 'V V_ .
the V
was fought eecras 1 hare illustration, but no outside comment Democraticwand shall open his prison refrain from' asking him any hardquestonsabqutit. ( i 1'-liberty 'of the BRJ .FS"t V-."' .,', ", ",.:",,. .:.'-'S .'..,4 V,' V VS _I ,

". forunate pmty into an'error which they could illuminate the topic as well as i is doors and reinstate l him In the political !! : ;. But, the words, ;r : PAMPHLETS. i a -J.'f" r'.

1 \ ., : are ,likely t find equally dl! strous. done by a (comparison of three extractsall I kingdom which; he lost. ,We -have. no even.wish I,were dead.! in this J letter 'in'full alarm! the of*dispatches the Government which BLANKS OTALII&INDS.COLOREDPRINTING ..

Knowing their own ranks to be dividid taken trw the same page o( the desire to welcome the' return of th, satisfactorily! explained away., "- ',. :::. .
: condition i of affairs in
alwwl equally between Democrats came Issue of the Monticello'Advertiser, u good old times." Ve have_bad enough sfrange wish. which to the AND GILT WORK.
Slates and tbeir'determin- -
)>uiq or Bourbon, and Conservative, an official printing trap l published in the of them. They cost us over 3.000,000.- mi ad"seems'almost wicked, is but I

? they have endeavored t recall the town of Mr. )leab"m's residence/and t I 000 and over half ,,1t miIhiou. iivq. We 'familiar phrase with Mr. Beecher e adequate protectionall t "

', younger and moro are doing best his set. He_used, to frequently wish : ?. We- know, of no' news,. CHEAP. NEAT AND PROMPT.R. .'
4 by so Issued Sept. 4th, inst. our to repair the injury. -
_'__t__ ,. prgesh'e. I interest to all.
1"IJlng and hope in less than was dead and Tilton,iwished he VV V
teir psflonl PLATFORM. ofyears to
tS prtju. .
upn rUIbN's \V. EARL :
TON September 3.The .
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dices by ruling tbe cry of a"white man's In depicting the actions; this'politl- ,wipe put Jthe I sUst! ;, trace,of, jpeujocrailg! dead, and to did Moulton.' When' they tter .was received, here to :.S V .

: party ," a to blind their judgment' andimllily cal mountebank it is difficult to select misrule. ':VPVLhayo reduced Jhe, ,debt 'wc-re vexed and plagued- every ono ; S / ,. V raACTICAL'
I the rulings of,their good sense. f from the multitude of inconsistencies. nearly SiOO000.XX( in a little over five them "used to be echoing that expression. ,xclI'N._J., Sept. ,1874. PAINTER AND'PAPER,HANGER.

I ; But the effects h farfeem disastrous which be is constantly committing.During been-hola.. years, and shall continue its reduction ." And so; though appearing Inn : : Belknap}Sec'y War:
I the "
last week be has
ot atrocities -in1 the South. Having decided to reside here permanently will b*
S in ,'vl direction. The utter -abfccr.ce i ing meetings at prominent points in this unti1every.centi,Is paid. But,we protest humble prayer(or forgiveness, that in Louisiana Alabama, and glad Ais to receivi orders from all requiring work done in
of any, the remotest necessity county, 'at which he has attempted by against the'return of tho tIthes' which pression" is but an Idle by-word, signifying 1- shows a disregard for
4 't' fur such flattery ot, the colored people to make no moreof contrition' GRAINING. C.AZlNG. KALSOMINING,
ml\mcnt. is 5 well known I fo'ed.this burden on the nation. Oncein or self-con I and personal protection done ill the best and -

: "1 -, S throughout the South,'that while the cr then t believe be considered.The that they. are tbe only people a thousand year we might,endure a demnation than' would '*'Shooflydon'tbitlIer ;; ; : not to ,be tolerated It looks in any if Orders left at manner.Davit Drew's' Foraitur Wa/ehuu

n'ill attmct only' the wild and violent to like experience. but to go through it me." as. will receive prompt atteodon. : -
,w taken from_ the editorial S V S ; checked, _matters piu.t.
_ any extent, i equally repels the cool and L leader. 'next, which we print t again during'the present century would ):n one of his letters to i Monjton; Mr.* until- life and property REFERENCES; V

judicious uroong'Sbuherners, while it verbatim et literatim was tax good nature beyond tbe point of en, Beecher'speaks of the life to come, and no protection from the S.: I. BHIDG*. Esq.. and c. 1.. Xoturso Esq

a ; absolutely disgusts w ll.alarms the I pared aftvr hearing, from probablypro Tallahassee; ; durance. We might live through an rapturously exclaims '!oh, i iuy beloved, : l until. such'anthority'be Jacksonville' FIa, -

S' 'grading Democrats at tbe North and \Vebt. v iz:, epidemic, be tranquil over the escape Frank. I shall know yo\ there, and for circumstances it is the 0 L,, KEENE;

I 1'bs 1.what the Louisville Courier- BY TORCH UGr; of Tweed, read the details the Brooklyn ever bold fellowshipwi4ryou' : ,:hil 166k ; : :' govUrnine&t to1 give alt :nJd BAT STUXT.JACXSONYIUJC_rJ.DUItA SSSJ J. : V

V I Joura one of the ablest of,the Demo- _Last Saturday! night few filends of ,scandal every day-in the .year, but 'back and smile at the pist." This'gush ; of nr,and civil rights le V

S t papers says: Purman from the runtr I and those ofthem nothing short of a direct: ,interpositionof may be 'easily :explained1 away, if we cojisult d. :'To'with this thia'end I wish kinds.Dealer ,in Keeps MiU-nery.comtanrtj Fancy o.hand and,the Dress latest Goods styles of of afl

S 1 The outbreaks and "outrages In the who rct-idod' if ), along with Providence could make us :'submit remember that Frank is not pious and is'well informed Attorney-as to' the I i V S HATS AND TRIMMINGS.
rbuuilicrn Slates during the few p the small fry which composed bait of the with'cheerfulness ,
old "
past i to the good times "swears likd a trooper, B.O I committed and the -
\vufks. liave: 'convinced,, The LouiivUle prucnion. poraded the sf rect with pine of V Ab6.Drew Goods. ;Ja fine auortraent, :: of -
torches Democracy.May the saci ifice never :TUton says. ere greatest danger lies '
: t Couritr-Journtd that till hopes of, secur to the scbrill the'prlnt .

.. ing H Urmormtic.majority. |In the next string fife and usual, ,Ruba dub- -dub- .bo'callcd for.-Republic.; _, In a letter to Mrs. Tilton. Beecher r.trOQp8..so nf, 'nor>o._ei._tr as to All.be nriweri-avails- KID GLOVES ,,
Congress have been ruined. It says that i ne scene WHS taLutLpivuj, ana toe !tatods ,Moulton as, theonevho'tIed: protection- -- -- of"- the-- South- r.---will---I Very,CHEAP; also,a fufl a grt ent of '>
matter what caused the enthusiasm of the lad '
.1 troubles the was tremendous. The
Question to An W WHITE
r. the ,Law GOODS.
storm that was ready to burst Department 'of the
cflVct will be Poor children kne'w'not upon
the they what '
strengthen in
they : -
t party The 5t
power, and result will be "renewed do. We regret to see all feelings igle"thls fall Is to be between our bead"' We conclude it 'was not and will be directed by Have jui received a fine- lot, of- f, '-, _

- V ..V legislation, addltlnl Radical enact engendered between the two sectionsof Republicanism and Democracy. The much of, a phpwer after all. lie then of in', cordance HATS LNENS. GRENADINES.;, FRENCH

Fi: V meiit, prhap', ullmatcly. martial law." the colored people, they should friends ot' the latter organization doIng ojfully j[ anticipates the time when Frank need Jhe ,.enforcements therefore be AND JAPANESE CHALUESThafwlU
: It (' fol. are not that no matter which of the I their best by united efforts.to ; : ; ,
.H :V- "lead tft. This third-term di allp arties come down it will '.take all the bring shall "stand as a priest h the new Sanctuary I : troops ordered .into the IatgreatlTrethKtiIpiic MSAMUEL HtJlIISr
r their
_ ( partyto: the (rout. Republicans of s, except as they may be
!tins led many of Uiem U>faney that Grant votes we have to' overcome the Democrats reconciliation and mediate I ,and I
_- ; i. .butle; tUlt.into the at ins of the and II both stay up the enemy must lay aside' all side -Issues'until the bless you, Theodore and 'my ,unhappy fi 1,time to time' on advice B.. HUBBARD,
'd. V ultra more likej] lo be' an will be victorious and no mistake. :1 general one Is' settled.' ,The. nation Is l self." '' Frank Moulton'. In :sacerdotal may' determine y hereafter, or as cir! ;

i tion,,backed nmrtial-lftw by ( l'nld"t' ,\ relec Then finally when Far man's'success called upon to. answer this question, robes, mediating "and I blessing I But Trnly.- TJ. S. GRANT V S \ S latlslJlWi/k' F/a.,
military necessi b jad alarmed the "Shall the House of, Representatives ', ,
1i ties supported by the of people;and ho might this: of course, is -only rhetorical of the conference held at >

iwwer... and carried up marhjne-work'n the passions of hare added-" had scared-,the Executive. ," pMS into,the hands of tho)Democracy:?":. 3ourish and means notaibg.- Can we ,this ..morning' ,be Imp rtei and' Dealer :in..

lUdicMlUm..1-fe.il of. There was a show for the b says: We emphatically, no I It would, be apply the same interpretation to the language ; ( r I Brhtow Williams., B tho lknap follow and: HARDWARE, IRON ?AND STEEL.
-Il. ( 1rl Rights bill or its veto. HARUOXIZIXQ. a public calamity to permit it.. It would of I -
: issued this
That 1 Is g )nc. tho control of the at a Plymouth was afternoonS: EDGE TOOLS.TABLE ad POCXET ,
lik next We
are happy to note a paralyzethe !Industrial. the
great-change of to United
energies tie.other States
F, Ic'u8 and te propel) : I* blaek with S SV In the feelings of Relublk-An.aad prayermeetlng ,.night.He ; : V It Attorneys' Jt. CUTLERY S
an it would has the of V'
country injure approval
(If ; our credit
rin Cunl'r'tlfo hopes. It I htrr.il I indication that ; saidS"I'recognize In him (Beecher)
our will be harmoniously
__ to be disturb the ,, the substantial partS of Nails Glue Putty Glass; Points, OiW,
plain. surely as the Sooth adjusted. peace and tranqnility of the Jbo prophet of God's' gospel I"of love inJie ]I been communicated to ,";; '" 1 ,-
: 1'tg1D1tOgit.'n1L8eCt(1OIt1 madmen Governor Stearns and lion. W. J. nation ; open' the1 old'wounds of Injured Nineteenth'centaryX'iA'ntJso: LEATHER BZLTING.&UBBEBPACXiIG'2
prtwertt tCI kick thfe fat in the we sea ; interview with, the Attor : .
fire. The Porman came to,town to-day, with the State pride; and: In-'a hundred l ways ;re- Bcechtft priest and V at Long Branch PThIPS.VS .
_ RitlitiiI.nIy want The South view of Plymouth's prophet.This : :; STOVES.TINW AJl&.CROCKERY: ,
prtextl. difficulties
thtiOk and ard |the true growth ofVthSV Republic.We "T or JUSTICE. 7 ,10 v
.upplh. or the we are sanguine that vjhole busIncssfl; ,r,, it 'Wasnot'so V
________ Ith,' nit a war of race eccrns ; The people-are, alarmed they-will l, at succeed.the turn call upon .the people to send _their serious, would be- very ridiculous. A ; September of various ,:187 J Lead and Iron Pipe, -

and that i k Itself a I IPpr.//1 things have taken bet men to Congrest. Let them _descriptions, DOORS.SASH BLJNDS.MOULDINCS.SUGARt
hIn.tC1 desire
prtheriIttiun .iusIi.es. harmony; jreat man, a great"preacher; "a mister wes atrocious innrders, ,
iu the f) \.f H.tpuhIn) 1 ts they see that to proceed' in this way Is V representative, Republicacs: honest and I rhetoric, writes a lot of Jletters in a r in your district by: Mills, Ertporators, &:'- V VS

1 .pr'lnt, ] I simply walking into the. enemy'. camp above::nep1cicrnr-Exchange.I! ; : :c 'i-: .:: *tyle;>f'rcckfe 4Vandi'8en efes r 1esa.extraya: -. i men, sometimes in'.dis V 'Go*fitting, R'J":.' U6.r. iuui Tit,

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WWl\5SJAY,1dO..I.SErTPlBU9,1874- The Society assembled'.at-the .office ie Chairman ofj' the of .

of the Florida Land 'Agency, {>nrsnanf to ecutive Committee; ( ... T"NEWrtJ ;

==.:';: A Monster Pomegranate adjournment, at 10; bdock X M., onStturday ; primary m ng ", _: IHT .

.ptii&Sba; ,,*Pr the'steamer Lollie the 5th of September, :and in lowing Districts on locmied. P-. L- 3J'HRETA1L PRICE ; ; ..
the absence of President Finley -Vice- 4th jnst. to chose -'-' I1.40'
shown ti& Tomcgniniitc: ,
hwT Fre h Go hen
rawedin Boy Volu U county which-weighs Pret.IdentBidwIl. took. the. Chair.. County Convention. i ,. t */-. .-T f\ 2f(. i !) 'Lj: Butter tper. lb-f 1 1r. \V '

After read ing and adopting'the minutes Delegates to the l s* -
and measure 15 inches in.circumfercocc II
ounces IIQn admirq
22 the Committee District ,117. .. Fultoo. Market, BRio -( :i I -' Sl <
both appointed, tonamo Convention t t-d : "
waja. t i
\ the various Committees sonville'on the 16th Cofc .jH n* for flr S
r eisary to '
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Straws Show) which way the Wind, .is ex- carry on the practical business of the ; >. ";riVe J Wo4j L' for tac ( .J.I T :1 Cotree.J. .r 4 I ? 1.

pcctedtoBlow. Society then reported the Committees I Judge A. O., place ia tW richiity of Jack: Java_ Coffee._ sK Iba fcr_...... [ a 4b
the of the that In tht-ir opinion were and B. Crabtree Secretary.Delegate : .about S acre* rcadylor' *
names necessary
We among ,apply AI the Layer Rabins 5 n.lor_, ,
to 'the Democratic County their report was adopted Tfr. E. 'countinc'" Qom'' .' : *
delegate V stf .per Ib .<... : H
Convention,. those of A. W DaCosta The following .are the Committees Wm Caulk! Mr. ; S .,:, 4
: A'ermiff,Bey Ib r. ** "
recommended 1 +
and CU T. Cooper Eeqre. We had Transportation, on .Wm. U. Gray.' / 2TJA ;: :; ; _it.'f- OVA A "* ; i ;t1
these Fertilizers, t'n Garden' and Field:Products 4ternafrJohn>\V of their ova Bum&aure Tapioca per Bt.. i '
recognized gentlemen as
** and
Jon artide
at a lover price ,
among the staunchest kind of Republi* od Poultry aud Farm Stock, on A. W. DaCosta, A.. : ol'at Colo ft,:' :. --Sugar-Cmrtd-" H-"Shonlders. ..' .;per' ft'< PIANO i ..

cans, but clrcimistauces are said to altercases. Fruit on Flowcrs.and on. Entomology.A Biggs.i. : 6-ijtf Young Hyson Tea,per Ib ; ftaiag; ;ociated mjrjelf, .. ,

Standing Committee on Transportation DISTRICT D m1ucT llS' j 1 .'ai'Tc P Ii" '. I ousc in the Sooth I un now ,

-r-> -..: 4- was then appointed. consisting of A. J ilossell.' of lumber, drested Imperial. Tea.., .per. lb., ...___, Ivw nabe prices. Haiku b cash& or Davis by I "..4.3 1
Messrs. Bid well. Mason ; ,ibinglei:ett,af'thc'Depot -
The Question 1Iwered" Codrington, zier. Secretary. .EawrsOT and the .
Gun Powder -U
Tea Ib
A correspondent sends us the. following Whitney and Adams. Delegates-.' J; I atteuion.be delnrered. at landings. on; .' per.. Uimllsv and Ploubtt ,."' i -
\ The Dre.Robi bolons A No. %,per1 11I-./.. !&terms ever gl!vca. Call
ITo appointments on the Committeeswere n..N Lovn). BBVSK. '
: ;
ia the
of superior
frofcuoro f?.!, have read I left for a future time. i Alternates A.. C. ". .ScToamperr. way r; I
yonr letter it reference 'to"the ''r ce'qaestion" Upon motion It WAS' ordered that all i Lucas,''JM, HcrnVH. morning complain of a head; PiueApplcs,4CU1.b"-1 ; !:. : : :: ; .

in Florida. Possess your soul]I persons interested In agricultural matters DISTRICT glass of Vicky orKUsengtn I Fees,4 cans for- _.. .".CARD. '- "-'' .: : ; ;
"." ,
Id li'f aVbnta'curcs -'i ; s'i, ,: :.' :: ." c _
in patience. I assure you that a Northern are"cordially invited to.attend theregulimeetfng .. '. S..Forbes Doggett, .. 6-1J"IC 3lb Tomatoes,.cans& : : 4'' ,
>v'r "* "" -- -- ; xJNOTICE ; '
whi'e man is safer J in Florida than I of the Socitty.Mr. Brusnccretary ," Green Com,4 cans far --'- h' :,;.

in Pljiuortii Church when a Beecher report Codrington '-resolution Delegates-J. M. i ,our'Exchanges, Publishers, : 'S
And aU other ia .
proportion -
ciade and the doxology which was referred to thc Wm. A. B. ; ,have seminfely spared no" r"' '." .
18 read prayers Committee.onTransportation. Baya ':*' :
handsomest soda : ; ;
y r.
*un. VOUCXTEER. '. JLUernaiea-S. It I U admired ertryoneand. JOHN : TilE ANSON ;..

_. Baya, Jas. Livingston: : : by all the ladie ta t* in : ,)r-rl ? ? : : {: .
George Burnside. 0. P. KnsppV.. ; : ; : Latest : :: ; k
A Conclave. LA.. VILlA.AND {,} ,, .' ;
James and E. W. Gillen "
were duly .I 't, a -
A Conservative County Convention to elected members the'Society. TIUCT' CREAM : .' '.V'- 'f,--::," 1 - AND, CARD \ .>. '

nominate jit-legates to the Congressional I Col. Hardue. then read address J., L. Burch, ; be superior to any ever to be --- '. -, ] i 'J -; '...
an :thi
have resome? ;
II is to be.obtained at the < '
Dominating Convention to be held In I which he proposed for publication previous LeirySecretary, at La Fasorit*. 6-tjtC CARPETS I _,with which my name ., 5

thi* city September 16th, assembleth in I to the contemplated meetingof : Delegates-J. \ : '-. AND. RE-LAID. ed,and so extensively I L.

Polk'* Hall, at the hour of 10 A. x. this; Fruit Growers' Convention at Palatka. L. A. Uardee, F. SI' Job_ to look like new. ,%;' aniJfatHuir* tt
nuattd ,tJurmn -
day. The band won't play as it has! Upon motion the following resolution .AUemaUs-Silas FcnwadiDa.'OI the 6th inst.. '...iJj! ,, '*ew,*. *N tu"t" : :sg-r *.
kins., the Rev.R.H.Wctler -
gone to the Capital. With one creeptiou. was adopted:" Veale. of aH kinds done in the best manner.W. latest Improved Iron-Frame $ v '

only the gcnninn blue bloods will I :"Resolved That Invite SOUTH SIDE DISTGICT ) 5*.1874 by Judge W.A. : patent moveahle cutting .. .w .
we to the cooperation Cbr. Laura and
Uriah streets knives and
take part in the matters of form and I of all agriculturist. the formation Delegates- to Miss Amelia Wflliams, squaring board C''
47-Orders left with as the FAVOXITB Pjtrn
deliberations of the Convention, and I of l locaV Agricultural Societies chard Lewis t :, t I I with R. P. Moody will chgott.receive :Jk the best*chi ln th I
the cmbodyment of public sentiment in MterndlesyVi, II.. I Your orders are respectfully '!, *
for Ii.
therefore the dusky "tnan and brother1" chaigni .
I favor of general 'agricultural impnm'ment : I1u ted. i" .'. '' ,_
will please remember that "'no colored I .I 'Trunks and valises at tales Jmfreeeil ffartfy .
: and the
speediest and most direct; _BBOOKLYNAD, AT THE. TORT OK 1ICCd the MOST DIS1BABU C : : A t.
eed apply' "' transportation ol oar products market. 1, .Dtlegat. \m.'F' FLORIDA. ,tar the general uses of a l- ft S

That $50 .Bet. The Society bbing'in'fotiried: that the 'Call, Joe. l add ck.iJl ls. .'. _lJ.l uiton Xufgle :; J'J.Q1 S'.
Editor New SorJJi: The Rev. Mr. Fernandina Observer was hereafter to .Wdian<,CharlestontS.C. : 'j. HOLLAND : improvements still '
Alternates .
-S. Y. Terry Beautoit S. C. J and holds its javorhism'ovcr
$ might well cxelairn like the wise he published exclusively in the interest '* '
oorc. '
Mayport Mill? ) ( -. r ;
: y WACHM\ and
and for the improvement of the .' M sUes prices see !'I ''
agricultural 'N Haven,Com -
of old : "If the Lord will deliver
man rin Ticket's, Price's Bayks New York. JEWELER direct from die ( )
me of my friends I will take: care of transportation' and. ,.business of the rd.'tdLe heard from. ay : ;}
Stat, it was ,RECORD., : .Comer Pine and Bay ; f Ji.
my enemies. The attacks made upon On Monday,evening solicited,and can. be ..
and :
7 A. M s r II 0 P. if. .
him by parties "who are prejudiced Resolved That the' Society subscribe ofE, st'J1<' \>nville U.S.Army ia this city. JACKSONVILLE : '1
I Address.ANSON '
for me each i>f 'the Florida' < .
and copy Agricutturist -- -
ajplngnhe gentleman soeTclliroasli -: :- .
and the elect! delegates to the Wind. E. :
tie public to vent their personal Fernandina Observer. o seolem : ',.' : _
press tion tvbiclf ?
assembles Clocks
Upon motion the Secretary"'was requested 5"a = '3 : :
feflinjrs, found no sympathy in the com with the following I i : es, Diamonds,PJat ANTED U-
to send :
a transcript of the .
munity ; but the miserable! substitute for of the of the records Delegates-. C. i i ? ;;t ;! I 1 '. ,. Solid- Gold and A lady of ( : .t.W

a dotonw in the way of a tat, by the meeting Society- to the man, W. T. West and Calm O.OQ dear ver Ware, in teaching the usual 'r

.laughing! stock1" of the city in yesterday's Observer NE Gentle coo .Fair. Music. famiiy.wishes Reference a siBiattnn as : o1\t- ,
Alternates-James I NE lirisk 0.00 Fair *
Upon motion Messrs. Whitney Cod- Calm ojoo Fair Mis H. .*t
: rtiion, is an insult and incalculable DaCosta. NE Gentle .O.D_Fair ..DIAMONDS.- PEARLS, ,. B *fh't- '
;injury to )Moore. What has Mr. rington and Parker, were constituted a NC Fresh .q o' Fair r t' ..is. OOUS STONES
Committee > S E.. ,Gentle o."CTdy ttNE 1 I
ilftfindone; ? It must be something to take measures to increase Council Calm ojao ddy I. GOLD.Initial / USIC HAS :

truh ridiculous when such an Individual the membership of the Society.The COUNCIL CUAU .. XE*Fresh -o! 'CTdy 'I : i1i. -'..

starts up in his ( ''f'. 'Shocking.Will Society then adJoBrned for two Council met in re temperature_and .1ca on- Ltttert, M". : .'..

weeks. ent-Aldermen J $ ; Fancy. .E" : : :
th* "fool killer" never come' ; .wr 'i."w. ) '
.n ny Huff and Thebaut bAle at Bu '. an -artistic P. R 1 C'Ef" R E D
around ? Unless he docs, and that soon, ent. Alderman Denny ; : :V .

lit. Moore's character: will he irretrivaWy In Short. Alderman Russell, .' T '. :' '. ,-"f."rl.: ; i .. ..' .;f,.. i JL"I' bt( ,
Chawles hedged on that_$50 bet. Thu minutes of the r. l -rr* ; -.JT-" .". T*'>-sc.-1.
Injured. We pity' the Reverend Standard fiime by %. .. ;'' .'-
tcntli'man. We hope he will come out -Mr. J. II. Norton sighs for Florida. read Alderman and confirmed.Thebaut,' 1011'J i LIVERY ": .; r ( f ter rated by sd'r BEST IN, : '.t) -
t '. '
in your paper disowning and disclaiminpsnrh -W. 'P. Dockray has been appointed a petition fro.u the .. /I- obserYations.AcPT T .-->. <

an acquaintance or defender. auctioneer for this county. market which, on LIS' .; ",.- -. ''-'.4'i'i;'< .'Jr: '
Huff,:waS referred to '
It is due tn his that lie should ,
good name
-$12 to $15 is the average rate per mittee. FOK TUB uuATC! :LAST A .,.It
do da PROPRIETOR. > ,,,, ,
10 at an early week inscribed on Mawbey's pay roll. The following Bills Co9yomma! n : .. i

SPECTATOR Weeds thrive In rank luxuriancein Clerk': .Jo"cpb : that I have purchaxcd L v :_: "."__t.--. L ? ': I --
lens 77.30; Xelsoii : : '
5TABI.ES"oppcr.Ite! .3L ; : : -
That Rooster." many of the vacant lots of the city. Daniel Colernan, $15; .and have on hand H I r'o Ifr .

FJitor yig Ol'9 y\ *: 1. ft -: 5 < p' '" .
Up'motion of: ''N1.4'
make a frw remarks in reference tft ; .
apiece commences on Friday.' 'evening at sun- accounts in favor of! : ". -. OTHER.9 -OF ms cn : :I
; 4'. I
information furnished your read- down. Daniel Coleman, II. f OR SALE. ? .4" '- '[F''J.' I .-.t.
'm in the local columns of issue F- PLACES ON.THE ] ;; .
your of -Eut J Jacksonville "sports"one ward] David Petty were onl win &ta it to their adran.- fJ4f'g -.igjK&r* -. fINGE.t ;

the 29ih ult, relative to the Steam Tug of the nation as a delegate to the County On motion of large and attractive AND ADJACENT .. _. .S

Thomas Morgan. I suspect, Mr. Edilor Convention.The and al'COunts.in John. Mullens favor of I IN DAILY >.U "
that \
advice to "Northern I :
owners I. ,
Finance '
Committee. :
train to Tallahassee OUTFIT'OF ; THZ' i -
that there are as tow boats I 'S J, .
many as The : t
bill in
consisted of five well-filled when : fa1"ol1; of I J ; I F.ec; l
can live here no,'" must have been this 75.50; w; on 'AND STEAMER 'OCKLA best musical'talent of the : .'f!

prompted ''by jour informant n f that letving city. Russell ordered bo S'r Organs. The nicest and r ,,...t. ,

"'frit'f\ 1y'rontffi," as they are alike incorrect -Opt. John Johnson, of Pilot Town!, arrangement with W. I. ;Capt. wi, A. ,and gives better a--. !,

ana sound more like the triumphant has gone to Xew York to attend the Alderman Denny. styles, WILL LEAVE JACKSO .
cation ,ot W. M. Led i made. They comprise the
Convention of Pilots in that. ., SERVICE '
blatc of a rival, than a fair city.j of tax assessment; EVEkY THURSDAY : ;

vtatementoffacts. Bishop Young has changed quarters By Alderman nssellllelolvtd be Cmcerto, Orc .'.1'
furnished .
\ : .: I A1' 8n'CLOa.:
That the < .
Ton ; V i
were wrong. Mr. Editor, In nsnming in New York, from the Coleman ? ', .
. the '
action the _
that the owner of the Morgan Is House to the Astor House.-. jill l, And on that they- tEST.-.fQ1IC CEOi R. \ I .... .,
a Northern man He la a resident i of -It l is stated that a' new cOrps, of ,citizens'hare had ample: THE ;.,J"luf1Iil .#...0. ., ; Catalogues sent by ; o-u Jt" <

South Carolina and transferred her to teachers will take charge of the public present. their grievances.Alderman ." "' :- .upon app'icatioa so>. t .ooa".t3

Charleston, not because of her failure school in East Jacksonville. Russell Aw ;1 j ; .,fSt;
to F tam herself here and port of the City Sexton -- ,. ., i : ..Fti. : B. : : .
pay a profit, Messrs. C. ; ? :\;
bnt L,. Mather & Care! August showing! \ r a my authorinid Agent and j > .
because of her inadaptability to thecant physically disabled. The former has a whom w'rerhite.. found II.i at'to the die Stables establish-ready THE SOUTHERN' ..1'LIFE," IN. $I : "" iiw."','*''

water of this bar.It billions attack.. and the Co. a .'jrameM The City Marshal and I C.- --B. McCLENNY-' -- .PA "Ymba: ,a few.days appoint A. DZI sal. s"'. u-
II a pity that such Indomitable g--- reports were read and .; "
perseverance knee. Florida. la the meantime I will *
vn-- ( :
at characterized .. t, : The Tressurer'* \ .*. L.
theMabey in '
-M.: was rend and, referred can at u ment. .
her tfforti for that Booster and a p>izc Ai Dzlalynskl will sell at bia new Committee.The I *:.'-

besides, should have been crowned with auction rooms at WiUrhcn's block to-day report of the FEED STABLES: AH communications directed; : to me, AND : '.

p little su'$ The Morgan' repa1&tiou 20.000 cigars. 2,000 barrels of bacon and w 'read and referred, L'Engle'r"Secretary'the acJ 5' "" j
-I. N. ,.
other articles.
for superiority of speed has been so others many would do Family men and tion.Alderman Thebaut receive- -._'_du**attention.> *:- t/ .t j ..: .J."! -- .)0",\".
well well to call. "
established, that her officers considered Chair, Alderman to )J H. MILLER,. kimis of merchandise .!.:.,*"'
ituseless to further 'strive with -Rogers & Co., from the Xorth:have Committee reported>as '4-ti and sold at acton. or,private ,

her aspiri1Jg rival, whose chickens can rented. the store oft H. beg, on Ocean in favor of John ; *description< -of goods.1V. ; > WL'-.1.I

crow when the Rooster street.recently occupied by Richard & Hubbard, S6.90. I THE CENTRAL disposed. of it fig
.i took Is gone, and they Alderman n Pnnyten; ? ...i' ..i.. __i ,., .- .' .
good care that he was well out 1 f Co..- for the establishment a grocery read au ordinance BEST 'FIGURE .':'
1 AN ,AUCTION AND GENERAL 1 '. 5 *** '-
light- first business. I \ '
P.MCQCAID. They occupy ft;about the the.City\.Clerk, } : .HOUSE. .

:::1 Prince Charles 15th Inst. : tions, which on ,the livery underdsaetf.trail 1.'Bear I*city the ., owner' ,and prompt and oau t, .--,U** ,
' Frederick on the''cene. made house Russell, was passed. and Streets., Bay Street near Laura / 'PALM ETTU .'
-Ready frames which .
Edilor 1-'t1l1, Sovtk:-We have all read AldemnianRuAsehI' cared' for- on. reasonable' ; '. ', I '. J Al\-:;f;M- .
have been .
' with course of manufacture at .
Pain the touching letter of Mr. instructions passed at alwayson hand. f UBLICAT.E'cvt1 >v '.

lta..bt'yla the last Union and what the railroad wharf were what the to the Tax Collector in W U.AVERY. -- EPOT .LUMBER YA --a,

rant to know i8 j we schooner Dora, M ,French was. loaded ceiving one-half of the : ,18:4.If." ForstyUsh bdies*hats ask : ..yw
, Why did Mr.Xoort -
with when she cleared coupons or city i > n
buae3tmco for the West In-, / is ;
g' ANtCir
Mr.Mawbeyd'istinctlye motion was carried.
dies SALE. : ; the,tTi
: t&ti liat yesterday. FOR WTL mro a
. is disgusted with (not at) : By Alderman Russelljfefoced : : f .-',.-. ..

, the abole of Mr. Moore. ,Now, Mr. Connecticut anticipates a "fine cut" That the J RIVERSIDE I': FULL-' ,
: -
lIoore. plea come forward and of t bacco.-Boston Post Yes, and all past due coupons .' : n AND ..

' the -bhc whatpmvocation inform I she's got 4leai" to do 'it, too.'Keto discount debt in payment for: SAVINGS- .BANK.",. -!JAaso. MOULDINGS" ,AND fcsv,
had for of ten cent ;
\ you per wen adapted far a fine private' PINE "
: dsgnsting 0 .dl5diike, and bland" a Haven Register. And she olten sends who pay their taxes'in at Bucky's. i class boarding house. 'Two stories ,

j treaturti what she calls tobacco to market without on or before the 10th_of finest it sleepiBK tocatioB rooms and t cheapest acre land.piece 4* of CHEAP FOR CASH .
i 1 B ut ma the terrible Tindictivenew leaf. It's all "doctored'' corn husks. Imo Adopted.By / vicinity. Price I in-hiding.&"$i.o & 'DEPOT _. .
Alderman Russell.Rcaoved niiore 110,000, half cash. balance
:1 etthe
IIIl'tlllt"d Mawbey. In his undy. But the swindle is easily detected, and That the IS NOT CLOSED 7ev. : delivered in all para of the '
kg landiflRi on the river, at :
hint !
for revenge he would utterly no man need buy the stuff unless be structed to procure at D )sources to the'contrary For iUD'particulars address : prompt attention.' ,7" ;
JUiza the chews. Kcio with of Miti .A.F. L :
Tort !
man who )hu Abused him. Not World And Jf wb stamp thislnstT :Abbott.: .ifmt.6. IS,.
1 ,and aa usual will ofier J ,
content of >
1rith chews need by payment taxes
de1eetive Offering a reward to some we not expect-to-rate high. cost more than.leD .i at Tcaaonablc price to Knot sold br'-Nowclllhcila. -
: who lbaU famish him -The Sentinel occasionally startles Oty. 9-5-m will be kept dunog the winter as a ,ST-C S.
Moore' proof of he shall tge required to bomnfog boose., -
deliJJqaentya prini-elr IUmfiA.r this commnnity''with local, information! Of scrip so r received. : I .! : In' .o..ru.a : ..

)hbl dolb.r.-bc Would attuany bind that is "new. .".Ino'eed. .Itjuysi Alderman'Russell, tba OKAHUMKEE, .
to sder penal Colonel C. In favor of J.. M.I: Daniel, to make eataoborang* ..L I LAKES HARRIS.EUSTIS FOR S A
in F. (
ea case the Mawbey, of .Jackson- of onjtm sue by ma-
"damned In cull in torn" '
lIpOt" cannot be dlleovered. son vIUc, is a candidate ,for Senatorial ,inoving [ W01 hold two hoodred SILVER tmdersigned. intending to ; :., '
It i It granted, which faotion w be sold cheap.
really a nOTel honors from Dnval county. The Col. .. G..CHAPPELL. I sell his residence on Adams :
Idea-not On motion Council ; and Grand National
only to is ,Aod oilier aadiaP the : \
Pt'orn1e! reward l one exceedingly popular and would' day two weeks. 'Ba-anet., ..' OS H.
UIe the
1Utceed.ID detective run like hot cakei.Itmaybesolfthe., 10 J.CGaairr. ; ,

assure him unearthing of dire the crime bnt to Colonel really eon- W.II.Cn, ,i : -' The : &.Jfart* 6. 1874. ; Q". "_.'
faI1. and 1&'e puni.halent if he trols executive patronage and can it Theimprovement of the dtltens and mer., Steamer'OKAHUMKEE. Robber and oil'suits at '- 'J '

JILiau,-bote Commend detective It to. PhUadeJ. win make and unmake'Pilot and County nogan>Creefc)In SOAP and he Toilet..Soap. .ever __ AL.RcI.MamLtf., ; .,
10 lueaP&ble In force hu prone Commissioners, >nd, :. ;
She case or C1u i I" : Will leave JacksonvOJ, .every -. -
1lo .
', to be well'greasedj But'really ward with commendable ":: 'r' lrr 'JI AI''dock.' .\ 1 received a large stock prime
-u., .- B rUe $300 ."" .', %(9. ., At HLUCAS t .
I a week .is aa. ezpeosrre pai.roH* .Henry narkT 'i\ .! Bav '
.IW". .J JackioUlefla. July sj, 111*- .... ,..-r

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! Ip rl:I i.-i. ..- Beecner.. .T' Odds uu and Ends. -, -.t- ,J t" -, .J '-s ..-.MlSCBLtANEOUSSAVINGS. r- -. .\ ; i .t.t 1iISCZtLA3t0lI - L --

./ THE SLNG.ER. ,; "' ., -'r
tl Is it satisftctofy'to have, a case like ; 1.i 5\ .\ .v ( -1. .

: thafof 1r. tf cher determined It is said thaLaUhrec yeaiVbld 1 we .. 1 : ",1
upon 'C"LO"R t "B'.I
\. l love our mothers r*U our.fathers ; .1 J 'A r.tv ,
t the same.staridard otj justice by which ; t. i( .t; ." _- I ;'

I qf t so many guilty men escape. In oar 'at ten our holidays;. it V e'eVdfess: ; AGAIN TBIITkPflkNT. :1, IM' 'AND'-REAL., :ESTATE EXCHANGE : .,. '.

opinion it is not satisfactory. at twenty oifr iwtheatf't twenty- : .
Itappe I' .' ; .- : ',"'.i-- ; "" tJacorponteolJulr'fdasI74.[ ] "
t ; to us that the. of Christian five our wjves'fj't'J: : rt1 ouhlldren ; '. ': : .:. ,
pastor a :
I I and ourselves, "M"i. OFFICE IN LOVERl'DCfS! BtnLDINO..oAt STREET.!
t congregation, charged with immoral\* at sixty : FiA.Jttly nti'74- ?/ "j
It ,I ity and h\pocrisy is An'led,T iart.who"b! ,Actually' 1 ..T.itE.VORLD'S AWARD 'NOTICE "'1IeTebY given" of(the t Incorporation( of 7**FtiraLviaLr Bk..J Ktal ttatt Etk ngrt -
a position so nenr: 'kt i: :' 1 &M provision of the laws rf&State of JIOdIWith die priaci.t place ot.buIiDcu btdlc city of
b a Iroad.ljefcrejfecentlytb .,
: "1 different from hut of a culprit before .. .. ". .* :fiV, '-. Jacksonville.The / '
t, ro t ,t e Houston.! : Havin'gjbeenopinion -- : AGAIN "RECEIVED : general natare of the bwlneu shall be that of Bank fee Saving and Loans*and ..purchase aAd sale I I WBOUMAU O* KIS AT SATAJQIAM .rea J

I, ; 1' the ordinary tribunals that his case i is .ab / I .... ." ,. -, .--.-.. of Real Estate.Mortgages,.Bond*.Stocks. Gold and SUrer.Treasury Warrants. &c. .'
# to be viewed from'a widely different a tjhii u\\ iJways'he Tb capital Mock(which may be Increased at any meeting of shareholder called AIr that Wpose) shall be H. ROBINSON

;( standpoint. It is not merely that one replied* ,4' Well if did'' seenuktnder "TUT..JT, ?, ,"WOR 1JJ S.EAVORI JUJCv ,. }the. o.000rof business which of the corporation to pet cent may ahall require.fee paid. in,upon, commencing business. and,the. balance- in l&stallacats u ,/wvotsaau ft BRAILDRUGGIST,

lif c i i. a case in morals' and the other a t o me as If It were a streak..of; lightning i .4 n' .' ., : '": / This corpwatfon >ru|go i *oopertlJo.July 6th,"1(74.and coMinue twenty f erfflf.' : -
1 with '. The highest amount of liability w which this corporation can suHcct ifeelf haH be iijo/xio. ,
case in law, but.it is,also. ,that) one is running away a'pajaccjfWill officers of this corporation shall! serve without salary tintS otherwise provIded by a vote of the stock : .
ir' in the Ih--: marriage ,of the*.double : ': jhe Hoeg Block Bay St.JACKSONVILLE .
common world
and the other called SEE THE FOLLOWINGSEWING The design of the ault'fa'to afford to thote who are desirous of Saving their money ih FLORIDA.I
f ,, ,, I in a circle that I fir assumed to be one woman \tffcXV6 Headed Nightingale ., means of sa eiy ,FlorIda'sat olhereat.tO ba Ir-rested, under the direction wcU-kaowa citizens. .
: i bgVbigaci)? :*Thjs js.thcatart SALES'OF AT HOME. in home securities well-known value,instead or running the risk of.losing it by entrusting. .it to COMFOVMDUW
.. I especial purity. It has. happened MACHINE 1873: foreign corporations to be sent 1 far of dtie fcr !"cst., nttsoumoKs A UI.un.1
I i that persons.charged with crimes have: ling t conundrum that thMMayor of ., -* Orncxms.-The officers,of this corporation shall consist of a reStdent. a Vice President and Treasurer,and -
Avignon France has laid before the *.Board of three or tool t>';so be chosen annually;commencing November 11175.sad to hold office -t
been tried in the courts and acquitted, The Table of Sewing Machine Sales for 1873 thaw that our tales UsTyear anoonted to 132,444 Machines! until their successors ate doty chosen. : '. EY"" 5
:: and have then been dismissed from j jurisconsults of the Court of Aix, and, being a large increase over the sales. _of the previous)ear(aSp). The table also shows that .* &'.Regular.meetings of the corporation lor the election of officers and other business,shau be hCUIaDDuaily. KEARN
I ... "* ". -T | commencing Nortteber s, 1875 .. .
F' tlieir ecclesiastical functions because, as the marri3gelSiakC place at Avig-,, : BANK Hovm.-The regular hours for transaction business shall be from 9 o'dock a..;to 3.o"cJodlp.j. FLUID 'EXTRACTBUCBUf

.::1 non, it is important: for the Mayor OUR SALES.EXCEED: THOSE, OF ANY. OTHER. .. : COMPANY. ., daily except Suadfrt and holidays and on Sa urdays umU 7 o'clock p.m. ,
A though enough was not proved for the '. D fosrrs.-Deposits WIll be entered in the books of the corporation and also in a book to be given to the depoeItor.
:. coarse of the justice of the: know IA *- '" -K- .Tki$book will be evidence of his or her property when wooers are withdraw, this book most be
c1; processes : Mr. McDonald head of the Money For the,period named,by the number of 113, 54 Machines,or nearly brought to the Bank to hare the payment entered. Depositor may take out the money themselves or., in case f
land, enough was shown of an impure ( .. .., absence or sickness it win be paid to their order properly witnessed and accompanied by the book. Deposits -
I.k : life render them unfit for the sacred Order, Department and Mr Black I will be repaid at:any time when called sir.*ben there b a sufficient amount In the treasury uninvested'otherwise -
: ;at the earliest practicable period In the order in which they Hay be called for. _
duties f..an'altar.. They might be fit: fair, head of the Foreign Mail' :Department : IWTM IST,.Interest at the rate of seven and three-teaths per cent(or two cents per day on f too)wB[ be paid The cal) kw rl remedy fer
}!: : have been appointed by aenually.upon all deposits which shall have remained three months or more in the Bank,to be added annually
to live, or fit to go free and associate It may be further stated that the sales of 1871 show a relatively larger increase beyond the sales of other lathe of the ,
). Postmaster General makers than of any other)'. :For Instance In 1871 we sold 45,000 more Machines than any other company principal Deposilnr.AceoAftr BRIGHT'S
) ; with men at large, but not fit to stand ._ Jewel as delegates ;whereas In 1873. the sales were ,' ;/f *UNCALLeD Fern.-Any account to which nothing shall be added, and-wh.'ch. shall have remained. DISEAsE,-
uncalled for fot shall bear Interest.
seven cease to -
to the Postal Congress at Berne yean
I'i above others as the interpreters of the ( \V Accocim PAT ASH TO Hints.-If persons die who: own. money, ia this Savings. Bank,the money.wffl be
Divine will. Ve ; Switzerland. If is to be hoped these 113,254 IN EXCESS OF OUR HIGHEST'COMPETITOR..' ,paid to their legal representatives. '- .AitI a'poaid.remedy fcrGOtT
4 : Although may lay arei>otn familiar with the .. .BANK;.BOOKS.-AUbbugh officers will endeavor, by aB possible means,to prevent fraud;yet aD payments .-" ""' :'' -6.. .,44'L. 'ItIt' .,. '
: aside as the notion of antiquity ,that to persons producing the bank-books shall be valid payments discharge the corporation. 4' L.
French language. Their names, particularly These figures ari.n the mire remarkable' the reason that the'sales of the principal companies I In 1873 are CHILDKEN'S EKDOWSHITTS-Parents or guardians of minor children may deposir money as mmt s fcr the. ,',GRAVEL, STRICTURES
.: an ideally pure 'character is' to be former LESS than their sales in aSp; whereas as has been shown,our sales have LARGELY INCREASED. The benefit sub tunoff antfl i they become_of age interest upon which may.be ,withdrawn aaumafiy or added to S DIABETES ,
;f ", required yet we must accept as on a; that of the sounds account of sales *s from sworn returns made to the owners of the Sewing Machine Patents. It will hardly be the vrmctnaL- poIitl" DYSPEPSIA,
,1 i sort o'Frenchy. denied that the superiority of the Singer Machines U fully deootatrated all events that their popularity In SnciAL ENDOWM CKT Put*.*-. ( the Florida Savings Bank amounting to $70 during each yeara NERVOUS DEBIUTY .
level with the common sense views ol I b ouschoId1snnqucstlone.. '.' term often yean will secure the depositor a cash payment of 1,000 at the end of the term, or proportionately
: the people universally: that the, Spurgeon I ,says he never h3d the t % on.smaBcr or larger annual deposits.. la case of iaWtMliry to complete Ao Mr aonda) payaYema, the depositor DROPSY,
l pastor withdraw the In, three month notice with the
can amounts already paid pon g ring together accrued interest
,: of a Christian congregation'should be ability to manage, a small church. STATISTICS OF SWORN SALES f 1 thereonJ This plan nnltke ordinary lire llUClI'anee.1CCIJftI the depojtof against forfeiture of prevtasi payments NOJT-RETENTION. '
.;/ They are like those canoes on the, and offers a sale aJ easy method of providing a handsome endowment for It future of parents children friend CTR INCONTWENCK O/
of stainless URINE. IRRITATION
a person reputation ; not or the depositor Individually. Sfttiai deposits not to be wftftdrawft fat ten. ',wiU entitle the depositor t< ,INFLAMATION.
I I' merely one who can go safely through I Thames-jou musn't situhis way or Companies. Sold In .$Th. Sold U 1871.' a-certificate for Jatttlt tkt+munt ef sarA Jffvtftt payable i in ten 5eaS'. la Gtvor of any person designated OR ULCERATION OF THE
LOADS.-All received on depositshall be invested hi first oa real and In
the other do this tha moneys mortgage personal property
r the processes of the .cou ts.-N. Y. or thing or THE SINGER- *3'.444 '.1'9,1S' Increase_ __ M.686 S this Stared least double the value or In other ample collateral securities.' :

I: :, Herald.RAILROAD thing, I lest you should be upset. .HU Whee'er &Wilson* ..__..?___.___"119.180 .j". I7.oei Decrease.____ 34,440 REAL ESTAT*.-This corporation will act as trustees sot the purchase and safe of real. esfxft or tAe.renting BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,

church Is like a big steamboat, and lie Domestic.:. ._. .. '.o..ii' ; '49.554' Decrease.__... 9, 40 and management of estates,and property" generally. .
Grover& Baker_____ ___. Decrease.._' 15.831Weed :
.', can ,alk',here or there without any, 80.179 5s.oto President.VicePresident, Treasurer SPERMATORRHCEA,:
I ; ___.__.___ .. __ '
: ; LANDS :RETORTING TO, of it. We .w ,760 4<. Decrease 10.675Wilson. Sea-side villa'sites for sale Q'Fon George Island. The finest sea bathing'cool sea' breezes magnificent

THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. -The Attorney danger upsetting suppose' ...,,, __..........,.-..; "t.,47 Decrease.......... 5,419 drives over fifteen miles in Ztetit: grand avenues palmetto cedar oak,.magnolia myrtle. &e..i&'. Leucorrhata or Whise,. Diseases of the
::1 that this is wherein Beecher, of Plymouth Howe_?....-._...___....n_ No returns (Estimated) t45 Decrease....._ .' ,Call and see the photographic views at the Florida Savings Bnk and Real Estate Exchange Otea* ttftti. Gland.Stone In tha BUdder Colcnlus.Cravd.Pro.tnt/Brick '
I \ General in an opinion recently rendered -had 'the advantage. He could Cold Medal__-?-...."_ 16.431 18,897, Decrease:_... 9,466 State. county and city scrip bought and sold at.the FLORIDA SAVINGS B NK. dust Deposit and MMM or Milky DiechargmaAR.NU'S ..or
.1 I -8-:18.tl Ocean,near Forsyth limeS.I
I. ; decided that the General Land "walk.' here or- there without any Wilcox &GitU_ ______-. is,83 J3.39 Decrease.t 17,758 -

: Office'must construe the' law relating danger." American B. H._______ _. -. 14,181 ,'. ; 18430 Decrease. ..... 4,748 '

: :.; to the. forfeiture! land grants to rail-E B lk How'-__..."" _.. .:L: 13919"; I4.9<>7 Decrease'_. 988Remington X E. -

roads by the plan intent of Congress EmpIre..__._.__.. 9,183 t; > 4,982 Increase____ 4.aol ., TOBACCO: CIGARS .
; GENERAL DIRECTORY.: Florence.'."....,.__ 8o6> 15.793 Decrease ... 6,833 : ; ;
1 and not by the law here ,
common as EXTRACT .
_. -
Davis T.I.LIU ...I..*.MI 8861 11.376 Pct'ff asf.._ ,515
,: tofore has been the Under 8TKAKXS..
r UI'\lwnllnt OoY\'r'1or- Victor _.-.. 7.446 i.9ot Deucasc.-.. 4.555
I .. the terms of the several grants ten HvcrrUrv.'f HUto-8. B. IfcUX Bleelw.<.11_________ 3M&8 6O51, DCCTUSS nimnmiif S O05 : '. cares all Dueases'et'On

', ; ; years is given in which to construct Comrtrollrr-U..'A.FO.TEK.Anon OOWO1LL.TnMNffCMf. Secor.__.______-__ ....._ 3,430 311 Increaie......_--. 3,118 .',. ; /.PIPES-AND: SNUFF : '

''f.: Etna,J. E. BramcsdorC..___ Decrease_____ BLADDER. KID EVS. AND DROPSl
the roads. If, this {requirement not *) O.-t'l-WM. A. COOKK.AdjaumG.nfrulJOUN < :3.o8i 4,163 a.x8a '.' '
VARMCH. .-i : CAL, S\VELUNCS, : .-
met the land. reverts to the public: Couim'r of Land and Immigration EAOAN. :TATWHOLESALEBY' '

: ; domain. In most cases the words of I 8.pei intendint of faUlo Instruction-J. C. QJBB3. OURNEW': FAMILY MACHINE I .Existing In men.women and children
State Eunter-.I. H. ALBEKOEK.
the :1.! of' S : .
grant are not mandatory as to the '
'k\ SUI'RnlCOt1RTChid v '
. lard office. The ruling the several I Jostice-E. )L. RAND'LL Embodies New and Essential P.ladples-Sia1pliclty Construction: Ease of Operation-Unlfcrmlty" of.Precise : L. .:'B, KNIGHT fc O 0. NO, MATTER 'WHAT. THE AGE*

commissioners has been Ae .'Ciate JusUta-. *-J. 1>.ESITOTT.. Action at any Speed:Capacityf or Range and Variety of Work, Fine or Coarse- : : .
the effect that Congress Ork-LYHAX B. FO3TKK.nXBCtflT : 'SA STREET Laura and ProC Steel says r "One bottle of Keanuy's This
must legislatein : COURT. between Hogan, Extract Buchu" is worth. more than all ctaer 3.ckn
.t ,
case, and by distinct enact lit JudlcUl Circuit-W.W.VAX NE&S. Pen aoola. "'. -
: ment return the land 'to the 1 1. P. W. WHITE. Qu'ncT. : '
people. : Florida.TO Price One Dollar
Jacksonville Iloik SIx Bottles
per or for Fire
Under the M to to Wm BEYbOS Lire O k. TEST -THE :LINGER. BEFORE. PURCHASING ANY OTHER. } ; Dollan. .
r '' most recent ruling the lawwill i flh" K.B.AKCUHJAU), Jaektonnlle. : ; 4''WJm : '. ,

.: : be fulfilled without remanding S.h: Judicial. Clrcult-J. H. QO31. Oral. TERMS EASY-PAYMENTS LIGHT.r DEPOT so4. DUA5E ST., 3IEW TORlt

: the matter back to the legislative 6th.' l.'T. XAOBEE. .tnp*. : "

I arena, there to be the subject of discussion :: 7Ui J.,_W. PRICE. Enterprise.DTTVAL : T BE SA.CRIEFCEpHDRYGOODS :: and A give PhTsTcian advice ra gratis.attendance to answer comsvondcac*

\. '. and bargain. The following: COTJSTT. + : ,
railroads and C Ju-lpe-W. A. MCLEAN. ,; SaJf1) STAMP ton PAXaRsir. TIXS.1*
affected OIn.7
t I grants are by The Co < !
Clerk of Coiirt-OSCAR! HART. : Manufacturing ,,
this opinion : Jacksonville, Pensa- fchrnfr-JOSbrB H. DUHKEE.Bute -

cola and Mobilo, 160 nTiles, uncompleted County Solimtor-T Solicitor-CHA8 A. dcOO IL SUMMERS.TiwJrof XKLL No. JmOUGHTON ST., SAVANNAH, GA. r. DRY GOODS! : DRY COODS III! *

; 600,000 acres reverted. Pen -J.W. KW AU(. TO TilE

sacola andLouisville 43 mijcs,; 165- eorJ.-FETEK C. OREELKY.Collector Ji IN Eli.. GEORGE- C., A. VOSBURGH' .Manager." :...., : '' CLOTHING, !! CLOTHING. '!II I CLOTHING U!lf:! ..," ,

000 acres. 'Alabama and Florida Sup-tinleudfnt of rtth,x].-C.F. MAWBEY.Anctiooi FRAZIER Agent, NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED
era-J. L. Burch. J. C. Ilcmmuix, 1. A. -,' -' '' ", JACKSONVILLE..FLORIDA. -'. .. '. '
ISO miles ; 394,000 acres. Coosa I Daia'1nLL i .
t and Tennessee >oury Public*-John O. II*me). F. B. Knpp T. : ; -"tw OF BOTH SEXES.NO .
}:. 35 miles ; 67,784 I 8. t IU, O. P. Cooprr. Cb... K. Summerm, W. O.: .__ ; ESTABLISHED IN 1868. 0 :: ; ,or -. ; .: ) 1. .'Darfng'the next '
acres. .MobileandGirard, 140 miles; J.ffrry. Edwin lllftklni! Wm. M Lrdvith. E. M. ,. T CHARGE. FOR ADVICE AND CONSUL.TATJON .
; ,Tbo U.Mx* .J. W. 'I' ,
Cheney 3:0,000 acr s.- North Louisiana: and Jo*. H. X arkt C. Codrington W. L.Com J.. W. ; < t

., Texas, 90 miles ;. 250.000 acres. St. Wbltn.y.County. A. K. PERCIVAL- >' XXX DAYS .I--.IV -
: ,
i "
CommlMi Mile
neK- Price E.Fortune Da. J. B. DTOTT graduate of Jefferson Medic
Croix .
and Lake Superior. 220 miles ;; U. U. liofg T. 8 Efll. K. Jones.Jiutlee .- t. r) ., : College Philadelphia author of several valuable works,
: i,i So acres. Jackson Lansing and I of the i'eaee-W. W. Sampnon, W. A. suaEssoR TO j. H. CROWELU <1 .{ '., : ? 'f' can be consulted on all diseases of the Sexual ar Una.
O F.Towntrnd. -. I will o'fJ'er'for sale stock of, Clothing Dry Goods &c. &c.
: 8ummpn.il henry C. Tiaon. Jem rny ., at arc Organs, (which he,has node an especial kWdy)
.: Saginaw miles ).f. Wilton. M. 1'. A. H. .1' G
50 ; 150,000 acres. Ch.pjKll. PhilipW. L. lr-J ''.' :. : either in male or female no matter from what cause or.
Total 888 Comn A., BoMing Wm. Gordon, J.F. Bollin.J., S iginating or of how long standing. A practice
: miles 0/30
; 3,106,784 acres.Rtpubliez W. ". '
& years enables him to diseases
LQWERTflGURES treat with
., i \ THAN success.
Rnnre Chll F. 8mith.InppectonofLumberU.. .
j-or .. i. : guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Those at a disuse
.V.Moody,K.W.Cone, : tlf ': can forward letter
i J. Pnc<.Jr. ,_ 'tI'tr'm-.lf; "' .' >mptoms enclosing
Con.Ublf.-O. n. itys, 8. Wilson.: 3. Smith.3. : "1.':' ;'. In-.order to close out stock on hand. stamp pay postage

THE BLACK HILLS-A TIMELY. CAUTION. I J.Forbes. ,June Lane,J.H. Brown. .- r : '' : '. .. BUCKY," Send for the Gmuft tf Htt& Price ioc.
:' ". .-The discovery of gold I wash',, I CITY OF TACKSOHTILLE.- LI t 'VJ:, '. .; Great Southern Bazar, Bay treetJa.cks n me.'i : ., .

; : ings in. some of. the streams. of that M*) -PETJ.R JONES. ,'t-f'r'. ; B. J. DYOTT, ;af. D.,
I : AMmnen-B. A..THEBAUT, E. W.DEKXT.A. J.KUfeELL.W. _. :
remarkable group of the Black Hills 'I ""IKT DOt1GI.A".WKX.DOS1'I Physician and Surgeon.104 Duane St,N..Y.

: ,i recently explored by General Custer I WI K. I.-l FLkIUNO..IACOB', A.'J.BKNTLEY ii, I .J. SAVE MONEYSAYE TIMJTAKE COATFORT1TQ41TRoYALRR. :
*. .
.: and his command will doubtless I .' i COFFINS
.: the attention of miners in-the: Clerk- 11. CII&&tISTY.
,, neighboring' states and' Territories,, **orB.. 8IUMONACollector E' T A L L1 C
fascinating! descriptions of : CASES
Clerk of Market-WM.O AliVIN. : : ,,
;: ihose new gold washings from the City Pby.'.-.DBJiW.i r.MA80XIO.. v%, A. v .. .\ / : : : ANDWOO'D

I prospectors accompanyaing General! 1 .., .. AND FINDINGS : f : : .;! COFFINS ,

Custer may induce bands of adventurous Polomon Loilne No.20M. Bowes W.M. Chss. : '. ".' _, ,.. :
"-, .
".: seekers Eliot F.; U. Koopman UrruUr mtsung ,\ ii', .:1 : .; '. :'r- ; u'-.1 '::
gold to undertake .
jour- 1st and 2d WeJz.-4uys of each month. ,; : .
I 4(: ; ne) thee General Sheridan, however Puv.l Lodje No l-K Warpt'e. W. M.; ]. H. ,- -, ".' WILL. ., KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ft A- ; NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS. *).
,>" i -
I' I. '
'Webltf'e. ; Jones, Tyler. J
Regular meeting
: ,I has_ warned ,all such bold pio loot and M Mon.)"s of Pack month. '; 'i ,I. -_ riii :

neers against adventuring to thos Jneksonrill Chapter No. 12.R. A.M-.a.Dri" A LARGE, AND WELL SELECTED STOCK, ..' .. I IiT1:
I ; M. E. Il.P.; I.Bo"I'*,Sec.; D .nePUard. Brgul -
. :. Black Hills, and for the simple reason meetings last l-ridiy of.ach month. ESPECIALLY CITY AND : I
; Dam cna Comresnd"ry No. 1-J. H. Driggs, E. ADAPTED TO COUNTRY RETAILTRADE : '
',' that they are in the reservation of the C.. It. C. Davkius Recorder. Krgular! mettlDf 1st -. "Passengers$ .. .make':' Close Connection: OF'A1X SIZES AND QUALITIES.
:. Sioux Indians, and white gold hunters and 3d Tuesdays of each month.
therein'will ,be, unlawful ST4TE OFFICERS.Orand And by strict attention to business and the wants of the public,will endeavor to merit a share of their pationage. 1 ROBES
trespassers ; Vaster A. J. Kuaell JacksonrtllrOr VIA.I THZ : i EMBALMING DONE. REQUJRED.
; that before they can rightfully enter I. "nd Drputy kuter-D. O. Wilson Tallahassee.Br. ALSO, .' .
Grand Warden-E. P. Jordan Fernsndma. GOODS SENT BY MAIli AND EXPRESS; .
this forbidden ;-' : SAVANNAH MARBLE
I ; "
region they must get Jr. Grand 'm'n-H. Wasxate Ja.k.onTile.Orand .. t & ;CHARLESTON MARBLEIZED
the Tnasurcr-D. L, Oakley. Ui ntie-llo. To all parts the-Sute. "- SLA'TE
required authority, from the ., : : :j. '
gov- ff : ;
Grand D C Dawkins. JrcXsonvilla. \
becrvtary- AT THE OLD STAND. COR. B Y and OCEAN 5XS.JAC ONVILLE. FLA.' -5tf *
I t eminent. Meantime such trespassers Orand Cbaplnln-.". Jonn Pmny. ; AND: c i I : -,; SLATE HEARTHS..&..
SI .
*. will be to have their '* Orand TyliT ava41oa1cUonrille.. MANUFACTURED TO ORDER
apt hair lifted J. NORTON.. S.H. XOOKER.--

by the Indians, for, those warlike DISTRICT l>Utrict. -B. DElUlT O. Alderman GRAND Maruima.MASTERS.Ixt Attorney at Law and Notary Public. ,' .'-. t- PORT ;:ROYAL RAILROAD : .AND TOR SALE BY

: Sioux, the most powerful of all Indian 21 1 K>*rea, Chatiahoochee.JJ I -. ,CALVIN OAK
our ,
II. B. T-ylor.;Lire Oak. NORTON &. .
KOQKER '. .. .,
: ;" 'I"i ) 11
tribes s have .frennggra.aed Clb" J.8 I>rlKe-,-IackionTille.5h Torsyth Street.between Laura and Slogans ",
;' by W. H. Loll'.
Custer's tresspass to the mood for kit Iotb" Z. U. M.on. Oranice fipiing.7ib .. I ,..St. Louis, Chicago, and all point Nor Suth. East &odest.: : .-
Frank Uraocb. ; I' -
ling and scalping, and they only j permuted Tampa. REAL ESTATE I ,
: -
the invasion of Custeras' an: Grand llltdi Pii rt-al. ItowJick.onvjtle .. .-. ; 'r ?|t< f M'ET

.- exploration because, ,his armed force lpoty.. Orand High Priest-J.:..Driggt.,Jacaonflilt. OF ALL KINDS. ," 'v, TRAIN LEAVES DAILY .AT '9.30A.M; '. : --

. was to strong too, be resisted.-New Orvnd King-B.O,AJd>rmiin. MariuBna.Urand -.1: -; .. "n.PAsEGER :., :.\ ,; .., .. ,
York Herald. Sen be-D. C. Wilson Tallaha.**. GENERAL, INSURANCE AGENTS. .represenimg the i following!! ;; com- 1( WOOD COFFINSAND

Oral It 'bnrr-W. A. Young. JacksoDTillr. HOLDING TICKETS BY! OTHER LINES!CAN .. .' -. '. .
r s. ODD FELLOWS.' p.aDleiAXXU: : "" .;-. .GET THE - -, .
OJ I io Savannah -
( -
OF PHILADELPHIA. WI1SOiO54 oCo ; -thereby avoiding delay ) : ,
siacts ) -- '
ronla No. 1.-Wm. 8. : :
Lodge B. IT.O. IL .
Cook .
; ff 't ff i <{4 .I- g v 1? i- *- y i?- .
THE POTTERV-TREE -Among the Tucker K. 8. Regular mevtinga every Tuesday : ,' NEW.YORK, f .: ': '. ? '. .,

many vegetable products ,ot"t Brazil, 1t1411t. TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES.Duval .' MANHATTAN,OF NEW YORK (( 3fcT 000 -000" BRENTS, TICKET OFFICE, --------- .- ,"

y the pottery-tree of Para is not1 the least, Dlvidon I'. 1-Henry Kane. If. P.; Geo., PENN. OF PHILADELPHIA J ", I .' ", ,. .
W. Fraxier. R.B. :
EegnUr meetings ever, Thursday
worty of note. This, tree, the Jlfff nl bt at Good Templar'* Hall, lloetft Block. i :' 21 BULL STREET, ; 'GA. : ., .
ki li of "
I quiltn : : ,botanists attains a W.o. T.; U. A. Bensing, W. II. 8. Meet every SPECIALTY.We 4 ,' ; ,
j I height of one hundred feet to' the Wednesdiy evening la lloe/s Hall.(Sd floor). MARBLE-FRONT BLOC NIAIWI
up Heacue Lodye No. J,I.O.O.T.(East Jack ovill#) .STR OPPOSITE
below of.the
lowest branches. The stem\ 'is very -B. U. W.b.terW.C T.C.IL.Jone.W.R.Lte give few many choice places for sale by us,: ciiy'.RELIABLE INFORMATIONFURNISHED.. OLD_STAND
slender, seldom much exceeding one ) '..-ry tveninc at Or v* J1&1.. near the, stall- No.,TJTwostory house on Ashley street,near St. I .'ios.i Dunlawton Plantation on Halifax river, : ;; .i ., : i. .. .. '.'" ,' .-" Bay- Street. Jacksonville, Fla.
? road bridge.' James Hotel, pleasantly situated, la one of the best seven miles' north Mosquito Inlet at Port Orange; 1 ;< DAILY .PAPERS : '. P2WASGATE.
foot in diameter at the base. The FIRE DEPAKTMEiT. neighborhoods in the city; house new,frith six rooms i.ioo acres, sao acres rich hammock,lying one mile ,- ." '. -
i wood is hard and contains Chief Engineer-Jomes II. lloey.1st plenty of closets, and gcod servant's room; lot 52 X* from nver: 50 acres high shell,land, immediately on From the : -
very a large following cities file FREE-TO -
A..l.allt.-J.pb Marsyek.8t a 105 feet, good fence, good sidewalk, and the street the river bank having front of about one fourth mile, every : ,
r. amount of silica-not so much, however ,am Yin Engine IL.cbauh.-Thoi.1.Mott' ForJEtna *- shelled i grapes U bearing: a fine lot of young orange with large twc-story, frame house 18 rooms,mealy :. "< New.YorkPbiaelphi'Baltl. r. San Francisco, Chicago S- > : ST.. AUGUSTINE,
man. trees; Qwcn ud abade uses growing thriftily: good finished; house command view of the river and ,
? as the bark, which' fs largely em MUiaai Fir Engine..-William Bays Foreman. well.with'pump on back porch,which ls covered with I and is surrounded with large bearine.orange ocean trees. ; ; ,. iocionat and.many others.QuickTime .: :. '.. F.5

: .. : ployed as a source of silica in the man Alert Hose So. I-C. C. VandrrtrUT. Foreman. flowering jW .Will be soUxheap. I some 7$ to too In number: good well,and a cistern THE SCHOONIR.Magnolia
Phosoli lloae No. S A.J. Kaaoe L. 1
V4 '. ufacture of In Ilook. and- Ladder Co-T.,Furcmao.Ameiicut A. N. B,.T>;capUalista"desiring a big thing.1 there: that holds i.soo gallons,In yard: thoroughly'ditched anS_:Connections.via the.o Royal Rail ai .
pottery. preparing the Yoremaa. Wilson 1 b a fine ptoiafUSDringneld; clew thousand dollar*: and drained; canal from sugar-house running to the ; .. '. ,. .
1 bark for the potter's use, it is first BANKS.Fiwdmsn's.r'sring's will go a great way just....' For particulars enquire I river for transportation of crop; Immense quantities of -
Nortoa& Keokcr, corner Oceanind Bay streets. I wild orange trtes on the place; thesc&li.ilii1&ztth. :, 'i" : -
burned, and 'the 'residue is then ) Bank comer of fin. sadyorslthatr.eta.J.W.SwslmCubIcr. best lands of which *
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pulverized sugar Cuba, to fully equal; \
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f4. : limestone is 'HUSSEY. W.
'and mixed ,clay1n'-vary- D.O. Ambler's Banking House, Bay. treat. ,T.H.Ilszer. l large rooms and kitchen double bay window OB the choicest places abwIdant.11 la Florida, and place was ls known really as one such of be the 'JNC HOWELUHUSSEV. 1J hetweeajacksonvaieftSc W B make regular trif
ing proportions. With Caihir.K west,large double parlors,double piazza on the south fore the ; S ,
an equal W.Denny, Baokiiig House. Bar street,corner commanding, one of the finest views In Jacksonville: war, : Aigustrae .
quantity of the two ,ingredients( a superior Ocean. windows filled with bar lights 4o-Inch glass and hung, N. B. ,Do 700' want'a 111\11 winter homer with & Hxw __ Freirfioiatlow i '
of BotELS. with cords and weights- pulleys and reaching to the orange trees and flowers.in Floridt You can gets aT For freight or pastsf
quality ware is produced. It Grand Xatk>nl, Bay street near Julia Oeo. Mo. floor,with blinds:.all casings arc finished with mould- a beautiful lot, raiso feet,la Springfield high and 'il- WHITLOCK.
as'very durable and 'will bear' almost, GiI1.,.Proprietor.Metropolitan l Ing and oiled and varnished making beautiful finish; healthful and within tea minutes walk ot the post-office : 'WHOLESALE'. 'RETAIL DEALERS IN .' apply. to WILLSON& ,Faq
SewDsn street near Bay, 1. B. ceilings high walls hard-fir,lled.open .tain.double, On which to make to.for $a5. For particulars enquireof I, ,JacksoevUle
any amount of heat. The natives .Proprietor. glass front doors mortis nck on every door In house :oion&Kooher. '. \ : .. ; ,. .. Or to JAMES COSS. .
employ it (or all manner of OOMB Uonse. Ocean street. near Hay. Mrs. 0. L* china closet,store-room,plenty odoebcs-pmsesbasb- BOpT/S S HtOLEATHER. E S4 ,3.. &* ..AIJIUItie' *.
culinary BaAngton. Proprietress room i hip roof with cupola,front1 which a Charming : NG'llg. A tract of 81 acres: acres cleared ham ; ; : ;; :'. .. ., ;
purposes. When 'fresh the bark cuts VtorvJa Home corner Forsyth. and Cedar streets view is to be bad of the city the river and surrounding Dockland: mefrootonSt.Jobn'sriver;two miles west ; ,. ; .. : r ., .,
like soft W E. StockweU Manager. country j three lots making r}7**>9'feet? food well j uf (acksonvl le. Ibis Is one of the most desirable river I 1- ( ..Percale shirts*;nice',at Bucky. .-
sandstone/and the presence .. young shade trees started: Eal/a mile from post-office. fronts in the vidnlty of Jacksonville. Will be divided ', ;&. FINDINGS;; -
; of Hex be For sale at a bargain.No. desired&: '. .' ,. (', : '
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may readily ascertained by FEDERAL OFFICERS. [ .. .' AND
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iL finding a of the bark Collector UustomA-J. B 6OOTT.. .-06.. A large -Itory house with tea large No. 1j6. SI* acres on 'river'adjoining the ,
piece between IVput Colkxxor-C. W. RLKW. rooms: thoroughly LullS,and finished In first-rate style Florida Home R' H
,coatainingjhe old vineyard. for sale iAco1ete 'N 1
the teeth. When dry jt isjreneraHy; InacMlororUaatoms UIOUIN8.1'mtMMler I 'with twelve feet ceilings: one acre of ground covercJwith at&barpln.: : assortmentof Ph fine rn, BLOUNJ'"S q S
M.CIIKN KY. fruit trees and flowers; pkasancy i0CatJ1 within lyrrk"ai( adelph' :FLoUDwr.& f1o"aJlaJt'Jf
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brittle, though sometimes hard tobreak. n licvpr'Inuvna: tb-venua-A. A. KNIGHT.rvrTorOeneral five minutes walk of the railroad depots. Price f i/07 No. 147. MmorouTAN HOThLThiscentrafly 'hotel.'b Goods always ..on.aqu... \ : Dinted a tmatt editlonoftni Rules of Practice sdoptjjnVth
) After being burned if of %-J. GILBERT, i 4,300 down,balance on long time if( desired. located,built of the best French brick and lst Sole. Suprewe Coort, sojether wi.theactot OJ\
U.* TUOS. first-class house in f : agents in Jacksonville Samuel :Dunbar &' Col's
Oauger- McMUIiKAY.v. No.99. 400 acres in Orange county i one mil*from every respect.. For prices.ud repealing the Code of Proceedure.and the buiBlounfa
: good quality, it cannot be broken up s CIRCUIT'COURT. I J Melonviile. Price, <)'per acre.. terms. apply. ,toNorton. .ft Kooker.'Call '. ;'' .. .." 'Missesand-Chi1dr: ',Fine Shoes.1Goods'sent .'. ; :..-.; -:- 1 ::;, :. Code(act oll86I1IOW'Is kic*. all uphlet p

between thc:fingers, a pestle and mortar Ju/ge-PHUJPFK. . ., .. *' : nn.r} ;,... I" .1. .
.oroeJ-l. B.O. DREW. ; '
being required 2orrah \\l.;-LumGerman's Marshal.COMANT.ilrrt on or write to'.and slate your wants: ,- .r. ': : by mail oexps id iirpart orthe'Btalte, tof9taittt tit.' '

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