Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00054505:00064
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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. ,2. y VOL. II. FKRNAND1XA: FLA. SATrKDAY, :MAY 1 tt, 1 1880. NO. .tJ.

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AT.in; "'/: Jr.". In-rries the tl 11" (I" i 1/"'('. .1 "",. 1 I
0..1 y' .'1i1:1'r1Jl.1C.tX STATI: roATKAi'/o.\" and in the ablest effort; of the day hell tin i to acre: << 5 : (
I mile IV- town on the west : ; the moniiii:? hour hav:
4' .IT UAtMLSl'lLLi:. ll nor for; :abonl an hour\ and a half, to tin :
.U"cI"uu HilNli ifit. )li:iH1'.' TIUII/III; 1i'/:/,,, re, instructioti .1' :
.' "( t VIMS I : vit.t.r:. May I \ :. Ltvc.it: \ cdilVation. il'iUd the ( illt'.I hes the :
The (laine!
} : ''\ lung Herr ) .
; the cotnentioM. .\ the t" kilt I Ilt'r'utt ndn. /"I"rcl r"'01uli4"
objecta I
s ;i'\ Yesterday precipitated upon' this littlecit; \
? : binkiii'i-lioiise building) eivcu-d( l-\ 11. TDutton I i n-sulution. dotlattnjj It
.J 1 {nho\lt t four i hundred) patriotic' individual\ I time :ami, drown all other \oices.<< he was: eminently .\. ('o. in\ their nty.Thi" '!' The line rains lately have: I ;: ( :: ; that tin.1

<;')'.';'.-':from al1l'afl"of the State, a'l' actuated\ by :nI : i ( iUilHieil| : for the servite impos-! section was favored with "'\ ('rnt'l'ry j proved, the n'pcarance] ot all ; the II Ih"lih'
( t t
I .1.,,,,.,..Pier, <,'' common impulse\ so to speak. At I1.71iwin I "'ithI mice like a I fog-horn; "\\I111l'f'utc'an A ho.ny rains tho l'a WiH-k.... which w-, el'tti'M: rot'n. looks one l report Iflll'Cllnirt

I ':;;i r rn' met the train: from Joel\: onvillo. with, In physique, be held the arena against) al grateful\ indeed. to the fanners, as \euctatiot\ better than it did( I one week II;' I 1 ( Ittilhnl, .iiteratlon" 1:1. aro lnt ,\m.l-

I + :',t'iddition to the delegates to! the RcpnhlicaiCoii : I ('01111''''' Until the time to proieed with I busine was MI tiering greatly: from the lac k of it.- grow ill)! as. fat:' as possible, ami) :: ,I November.fllll'I(, JI\f0"
pronouiicod !
I t ( von lion, a very largo) and somewhat variogatod ti t- I had: arrived!t. when the trombone" pmhtm litthirtiiltr, I'ft j1.t.- /,','mil.,.lift. tl"/:pt'r,11.rjl't'I8ttn. ,

i I; : 1 crowd of lobbyists, candidate: amcorrespondent1' 1 1I to understand: : that even the might i II" "("cH'd. ./ '

"' ( Annum; the more liotablindividuals [I voice of the Alai-hu.i: orator must uivumlI The St'iikr Ttlfiirttjih: for, one )"oari i.. oil'erei; I I Mr, :Im'rOI was to !ll'ak
There! is a "IIIII"I"'IIn"t in '"llo", but hall,, boon ('
wA'. I saw ('x-St: Itlt'S: hover 1\1111 I I it" o\erwlielmin |iower.' 1tr.letuti"lead"ecnrl'd l to subscribers: for two biishol* of tomatoe" :1(1
that the skeleton' recently ,," wNhod also to on
I ''51'' spurn! ( ;0\'. 1 Rood: Col. P.isbee, 'r.II.Hh.a-( ; | his point as to tintr. "for catsup\ and "111\1'\ ('." Bm. Moore[ trill : 111'11

I :''1 on, Sherman C nunt.: J. II. Dnrkee, .T, WHuvvoll j The vote on the report was then adopted. get up a spicy paper: regardless) of cost.Columbia ins; laity\ in the \itinily of t i prepared: I Illi Monday.

; : .:tt i y. J. Jshipman' and a great many ; At this point Mr. Cono\or offered the following Volcano.' and", :supposed, to bo l (' illll: were informally
of the ""II\'i lit.<< Newton, did )
other1, who,.,. names have had more or h"s' ) I'l'utlllll"'hkh) were adopted lorI Dr.) J. \. Jones' c"H'"f our old and mud
that individual but the :: '
ate ( was
I t'' in their politic.. In all I acclamation : IXI''I" 1,11
protninonco party
married' 1 in 1
('esteemed I7.'I1", was LikcCiti another and, entirely ditl'erent. : ,
there were between three and four hl1l1.h',1Iwol'h' I /:.'..,b'r.l/. That it i is jmtlvdue-' lIon. W. on Wednesday evening last to Miss Mary MMoncrief 1. \.1
IKMO been ,
posed to recently I "
W. llirkMthat he not only be elected jws It ,1..c.u..lol I"
the train. ,
on ,
'\ The three most prominent nubernatoria I I delegate; to Chicago! but that be be placed 1 al [ of that t 1.11Il'7"I./I'! / /,. small quantity: of money : ):\', of West Ylrt'"i.' to

the'head of the delegation) as its chairmanbv liltru1uI These rumors may have: im ;, ('('I'IHII permanent
; candidates, so far as a superficial view of tin r'p.alll
the of this convention.
vote I It t is generally believed, that Judge\ Knight the rlren111slunucseited in ,,' the Senate H.t-
r lield :shows, are ficn. )Lodwith, ex-Sonato: : /:V.WmThat Hon. \I'l'. links be" now \
I I Conovor and Dennis Kagnn.: : The nutiibe declared) by this con\ention a delegate: anil will ho confirmed, a* :Supervisor" of tho (Con\- exceedingly plau..iblo, and 1 I Il !ill I .

) the chairman of the delegation to the National slit for the State. IIIH' tiah't., Tho man i House Ir. :Singleton: of tft'
in t the shade is almost unlimittsl.. hut
I Convention at Chicago.fttWrn would say that Mack Hoinliiiks. the negro) dered I had I lost I two or I three! Ii \ '. the conference report )/
they will come into the full light) to-morrow / /, That no further selection of del)
7 7t ; untflafter who murdered her husband, will lit' hanged) of bis }hands. How about the uIII ) i
I I do not see how either of the throe namei egattwtotheatiouul) Convention liploIIIHtlPlrolrH
the clcition of mindidates for Sovernor amiLieutenantJovenior. 1 next Friday, the 14th in"t.J.ulsoltiiRr'Inisn. skeleton discoxcicd? /""' ) !! ) ) TIl IIt
can secure the prize jut yet.Kvory I
If this Hcitdricks is not of thi. add
: Iim. ) to $iU( >0 to the bill nut
p : county in the :State is! fully rl"l'rl''ntl'l'x'pt The resolutinni\!' were Heconded\ by severalin ) State' wo fail to see the effect this would have Lou "" ', :$;|,(IKH) of which is for I

( Taylor. Three 'mmti-Ma- very eulogist poeohe.s, at the conclusion upon the labors of Judge) Knight.! "'' )him1 specimens of the ( (' at )Bucharest, ami') $8,-
rion Monmo and l"riillklill-hnve sent tvvdelegations. < '
of which a general) call for Mr. Hicks was by 31 Ir. Jeorgo\ l in the appropriation for
notice the failure and "
\"(' regret to stopping potixto grown
:So there will be work for the
r. { committee) credentials.( ( made He /I'l'IU'tl'l'J') much overcome by i of work of the cigar manufaeturiii) city, one of which pulls ", i l'Ollll"lIill ap|>ointcife to i I;I
{ on
t the avalanche of eulogy thus )ll'npc'Cllpt'( firm at Jacksonville of llolertst )Item at sixteen and a half ounces, \ with the Minister to
To-day at 12 in. Mr. K.: M.[ Cheney, Chairman him and made an eloquent rcponsp. ,
the tinost
The Jacksonville' .';1111 oar! i9vct endorse: )pound. They are ;
of the Republican Executive Commit' The convention now proceeded) to an informal the Republican' nominations,. from that wo him1 M-en t this I"'n oll.- ; I't1 the )Post-office '
toe, called the convention tll'lI'Ilcr. and :Secretary : ballot for Governor. On the t first: ballot itl1 ill/ .111'0-
county' for tho Legislature-fnarrolor'd) delegates ii.
Harmon read the list of tit-legates In- Oonover had :.H7, Ledwith) :.Is, Kagan1.1: nutlS'. II. ],111'11"hll\', lurelnesent"the ) ail IHflU. !! passed l requesting tin

hiding those who were contestants. Cole Hi, Dennis) 1.1, Howell 2, Stickney t .'>, I Banner County." Thl'1,'''''( reports the (' ('" such negotiations with

The (convention after about two hours'labor Oroeley S. Not even the ,'ta'tr/lI'rrleon hoartiliontlorso of work upon' the new ( and, Italy as he might ,h'1
in which a good deal of irrelevant The second {informal ballot Conovei\
gave the nomination Withcrspoon for Jf on roe view to removing: re"tre-!

speechifying was indulged) in, decided that 4-.', Ledwith :W: Kagan: 44, Howell 7, Dennis: (Congress from the First Hi"'tril'l.I't'I' ad .\ little rain on :Sunday: and I of tobacco into
I the counties with double delegations) !should! Stickney:: R. Cole U?, Sroeley 1.
milling there is almost always "a wheel last: evening.) (Ourt' are \

have no voice in the organization. This The( next three ballots were formal ami resulted within a wheel," It says : \t first\ blush i it their cisterns, expecting :a t !"' \ moved I to consider! th(' .;'

point being ettled I. the convention proceeded l as [follows ; does not have th"II(1(1"lIrltl1'cof( ( a firstdasnomination t 1 water when the rain does t tl I tooxtond' the national
1 to the election of temporary' chairman.: The Pint Ji'iHof.Kagan '
>! :States.: A debate) hero
\ or of being a I1artirululstrongone. l>JHltjl.Wo was
chief contestants were (;en. J'IIklllIlIllHI J. I ) .>'_' I h.
Cono\er. 42: If the )Republican e\pott to "11"1',1 can record only one ( : IIU points shown were
I I'::. Lee, both of Duval county. Leo wasletetlbyAlitnlargtthtajority.I'hefriend
't, I Ledwith I as in the coming context they must 1 put 111'1111'11 week that of an infant a ,' not only disregard :Slate:

( Cole 141! of good moral diaractor, and good businostalents. Thhlllll dtyoflil.iHHl(; ( ) !, but would bo used as a
of Sen.; Ledwith think this was a favorable Creeley i M\II i
4 : ." Has it come to this in the RepubMean : 1'111''r favorably:; with into (.f'dof setting forth
indication for their man. For my part I Slit I II''y t
I Howell'. _' party of "Florida? United :States\ for IlI'nllll.-\ favored sectjons; and indi ,
cannot see Much comfort for them in it juM I
: i Dennis) IISrrttnil I A. .\. Knight) 1 Eq., has "been conlirmed! 1I1"IIIm'r11'4 reported hen on ( .
yet. The election' of LcRoyD. Ball of Leon,,
Itnllnt.Kagan Census :Supervisor: ( of I the l tlll,'. II-hor,' "II' I the reef near/ :$; "'(' I Mr. Frost of Missouri offered
ami James Dean, of :-IIWIIIIII"I': completedthe
I IllConovor !' the
John K.: Hart ridge; Ksq: dei'lines to bo i IL Many of our sailingessds "pol Secretary of
t !temporary organization.At ( 15Lodwith ion a.s: to the action of t that o
candidate, for the )Doinocrutie nomination, to siMtllnre.-KrN iris Kfif.
I :tl
this point Rev. W. W. Hicks cause to forl.lr1 powers prior and
Cole 17 Congress/ from the Second:; f Dfsirlct.l 010"I/f'. i of ( U!Inmt .
I the front wifh a resolution, namely\ : i'II'rl
" F (Sreeley i 4Stir'kilt'v ( 'utallllIIh''w\, lawless, of Yellow\ Itlull; Many of till' old :
llralrrl State eOII\.l1liollll..mht'lI, By the Republicans. that of the Floridnin delegates Dennis-I i .. 10(II!' while preparing: ; a grave for his infant: hild' in abundant') crops .of the : Hill i' in, of (h'lIrJil. (the made: 1 a
"" con
1'1,1' to the Chicago: oomcntioii bv 7'Jj(" /.11",f.I was bitten by a rattlesnake. .\ colored) man. alter many scars of patient ,) Kellong-Spoffonl' resolu

and they are hereby iiistriicte c unit li.r'l're..lcl'lIt! and \'h'-I'I'(' iI"lIt of the I (1'01\1'\................................. ......... iU) wound, and under treatment ho willlik.I.\' prospett' hi fore them., May lly the diseiis.fon of ;
'; 17I1i"ll"lal11111 to east the "oh'ot' Florida: I -JS I
li'r I'. S. (irant; for President so long a* hei I (Cole 1 jI rev'trer.LMI t.1 enjoy their liatd-carnod: ( n"'rlll'
"< a candidate before that convention and I (;ireeley' 5 in 1JI(I. Tho Messrs. (Casady, in the ( 4"1" I 1
for Thomas :Settle, of Florida, for Vieo-PreM- Dennis. <| On the :27th of April till! 'ieii-To, or (Chi- : KijHin; tho II'i'l'I'O\'
: Orange; county, who own an : I I have left I: the I
I I Hicks. lOn Flat )Peach Til ltdlview tilt' :1J1I.lol
dont..Mr. nose : ripened ango giove. t refused I to soil it ( 1 (' (ho duties "t.'.

1 1 I licks udvoonted the adoption l nf this the last I ballot t I before the vote wax decided beautiful/ : jihice) of't. T Ynio-tra, F.-q.: mi gentleman recommended 1 to I: : cotton (spinner still holo

resolution in his peculiar) style, making; a 'I )1 r. Cole I transferred his I 17 \otes to the Kcamhla. :Some of, those purhlw haviboon Marks. This looks like r"' ''' )I ( .,', 110 refuse loyicl.l. TIl

; -",'('('h nearly half an )hour's duration. .\ ('0110\1'1', and was followed bv, Dennis with brought, to town, were mellow-ripe,. but when it I, remembered' \ / ,,, not advance' ; ; a pri-iic,. R1

portion of his remarks leer( proper' \, but u the tote Alachna, and! Kagan:: with his beautifully: colored with shaded ml from' its pays' an Income ;*;il.t'Kioto' $" I I so, ,the as soon operatives.l..tral'f\"ln. i

large: part would have: been better unsaid. vote, which ended the struggle I and gave deepest hue until it paled off into\ whitMi ."., / )
it b| Mii.ill: "d'I.- :-:,,"alor'nllon'r seconded) the resolution. him the IIOIII lwtion. After ppcr I ho ('On'lItinlll1"lIIillalt..1 tint, and they measured from seven and I ;II i '| 1.: ILisntos are tlr''I.J'rill

Said, ""'I' want n strong man for President I \'\ Lcdwith for Lieutenantiovernorby : half to nine inches in drcumfiivnce' ami (i i.1'1x1.11. Jv7'il.l.l( Is believed by 'c.I''II.I'4'

one who ifolcctcil, will 10(. inaugurated.: (; acclamation.Delegates w.r.ol' tine flavor.-The total number olvessels act of the troubles in :South

The resolution was adopted) with a lain to Chicago: : for April was 7* ; a lea rod for I II I ports,, Tilt inimoiist lin-s .tumult \ .. ,
: laborers- Liver
cane! of enthusiasm. "'. ',r. Hii-ks, I"ltt'rllllIIl'"IWllt( ; J. K.: Lee) with cargoes) aggregating I/MS.WI I:: cubic some parts: of Pcnn'-vlvaiilu, 'for lt' an advance' I of WIIRCS, ,

The contested delegations! ] : wore the next: F. C. Humphreys, K.: Alexander, I L'eubvii foot of timber and lui( :;11MM1( feet of lum enormous Iocs to those w ho ( r>tire 11"/inconvenienc-

trouble, ami a committee consisting i : of :Samuel : :S.: Smith James Dean \'. .1. :Shipman.: III'lirIII,1\ ( aggregate; of wood 1 shipment sufferers. : ( '. 1\111 vs' acceded to

Petty, K.: C. Week.-, Antry IJrown. .F. C. 1 I .Utertlie nomination for Lieutonant-liov-, (; for the month lit' April, the cubic timber being Tin heat was mo-.t unusual .' ;. otlr" lire holding their

Humphrey) F. 1 K.: WitM-ll, W. W. !Potter I error was effected\ I, all further\ attempts to reduced to hoard IIl1'a"rt'IIIl'1I1 ;and added and other parts: of t lie North \: from the /famine( ",,1.1'-,

c l Peter Jones' and) T. .\. McKnight, was appointed transact business wore out of the question t.i lumber, _:II,.'>:27llii hipcrlid.il fott.From .- last In tho former tit, the tltl effect that rsutinottl, 1

to d"termine U|>on the claims of the I the entire body going: off illtu" mono of up-) /4'urn'''d'r firtIe. H.:; in th,! shudi\ :11 N not likely to 111'!

ditl'erent the fact that the lI"anl"r i Health | 1Ii"; Is Mill eu711r'l for,
delegations. I plan!) and (-1.1'eehr't of congratulation [n / Tin: ""111"1' ;fr! ,nm 1 is a-kcd ;

1 t The following: committee on permanent I fact, it became; quite a Inve-ft'ast, in whit'li ha:- selci. "toil I Ir.1'. M. I<,'ollar,111"'Ilia ra III11\ (' over and cutcitaiu the. King (.tnr\'lliol' district. from many

organisation was then appointed : A. C. I each one was anxious to tell how good) he physician it is fair to argue; that they now :Secretary: Kvurts.: |I.s ihls III '(' h-Atlantic ('111,11 i-

Lighthurn, J. V. Shipman: I..ratthlplill) :: F. felt and how dearly) he loved his Miccessfulcompetitor. regard their. first Idea! of iii|]>ortiii/-i; man for tl.inl-U-im.. iini\emcnt? (- New York 1'Ii

11. (irccn, and I K.: Alexander.) At this I this hiisincxs as erroneous. Dr. Loonird: Tilt ( :lorm.m-\mcric-in: ( ; ',' caused 1 by the dclu. | -

point the ('onn'ntiolwljourlw.I till;> p. in. The committees on resolutions: on state |>orformcd his duties in a "ali.li'l'IClI'lUau. ganization New York hasdct l I n' stones or r'I'k. 'Irom
ice (>, which t.
When the convention re-assembled Mr.Ughtburn II \ I ('JCI'C'uli\'l''ommltt('(" on :State central committee nor lat year surd we are ,pleased) t'l see thisukiiowltiljment the thiri-terln ; the -ame Jt.llill moving, ; over III. the,
bv tin* (; 1 Ki: '
taken "rlll'I1! '
I stated: that the committee on cre I and on evidential) elector made ( :: on the pert of the I Board; of of the tountry., : v t

dentialwould) not I be able to report until their! reports in the milt t of this eon fusion, Health.I 1'iiKitii-iilit,, Ailrinicf.Tho I parts H.--Mr. (iliid-tojic' later
,I I'etixicola (i.trl' ': \'lIrpj the nomination IT iq>poars as though' ; (he \\ nnimadvcrsion.s" on the
handed the
morning: und moved) an adjournment whith and they were to secretary in rage was committed' ither "by Austria werolmMil I 1
was curried. I who! !hands)" they yet remain, of ((;ieiieral Perry for iovcrnor, because with his full knowledge) and (' t'.n tsaml. (the letter to\1"11 pnj-t-|

'Puce'ntv-,1) \. M.On The Convention then adjourned Miter dlr.THE that 't.tillll I should IHi togni/tsl I by the warning 1I1II\.I"Ii been 'nail ; wet It, recalling hisHtalo-
the assembling of the convention, the I Stute.n11d' for tho reas"uthat the railroad to have I Iran written by J'I\'rllll'IIt't inforniu-.

t ,inmittee credentials) made their report I' K\K: <'ITI\E ('l)UIITTf.f:. should be extended from the Chattalnxx hicRiver THE movement of "t'k... ,. Ihlli.t deticit.

1 in which they seated the Wieker 11l'1Iationfrullt ; I' The State Executive: Committee of the UepubHeitn to that |"Mint, ami the /; ,;*//" thinks week at New York has been "" "hy the and Jf'/i"fl u.4ltst-Jail,

Monroe, the ('handler delegation from party coittains nuny of the 01(1.I General Perry the) man to accomplish thl,.. hr.Il\'II"ihlt.-III.1''I.'Ij day u fall : { "ul..r c'lt.ions.".
rive.| Much lau nui'le, ""cl :!
I time names and is )heudisl by the followingtiflleen ;; ; i --c
i "It N
( Marion and the Franklin delegation. They Iliiiitlltini.The I ly I much I |lust! by the constant t : quite un-
allowed additional from who, we believe\! !have octal in that to place efore l the push
an delegate Ju* Timl'JI. giving! the grand jurypresfiitment
: \ 1
leer THE I Haricii TTmW (inxrttr.\u: : as of Mr.
K.: M.
rapacity; hertJrt.-llam'lr : Ch'nt"r.Cuiruum tie Ittt'O
l Levy, making her delegation three instead in this county, roM,rts il'NH' rcxirts! very little timlx III that ; of Mr. ; Tlut a

two as in the call.) ) ; II. Jenkins, Jr., Secretary, ami I debt on the ('OIlIIt).. They al.o \re oinmemlcare (rm rout ruins, width i I Ill u* it is, lay disap-)
Mr. Osgood made a motion that the case Dellnllt Eagao Treasurer. The committt-e Uas I %vutcrx in Ibe AlUimiiha ami I. ( ( (' as it has vanisheil' at
in the solettioii of the teat"her* for the
follows! : I 1! t noiuh i io" :10'1'11| ,I.WI this away I by a change of
of these delegations) be virtually reopenedby public boots, anti complain) as i is u>'ial, of IJtcdt11uuudn9dtlutrillbe '1:1" I .II 'ht I'l brought about by
Kdward: M. II. Jenkins Jr. Den- I
Cheney, ,
their to i
)permitting them to present case the roads, idrctulv tliartcrtsl forti.rthat : ".
IIIN Eagan, Conant J. K JA't', G.R' I
the convention. A very warm discussion Witht'l'1pllon.' A. A }night. T. 'IV. lemig. UUMora. i S-i mm h complaint has II'I'1 I I (" /'' says, .I'lilos" (lieu p
followed, in which! L. (J i. Denni(. General 31.Martin. T. \\', ChlNJML, U. Eo Wentworth, The Circuit Court conveneI mi the .')rdinstant. that l 1st,diplomas have 'Ix-t-n Ilr( careful I. til\may p*
Jeukint,1V.1Cither; .pstu and others par Peter Junes, L. U. 1lenni4S'. U. Stewart, called cl.t.I.\. *ome ,"" I u 1('I.ild before the tif lil'CIC' '
W, J. IInth, I'.tt.r I1r'allt, J. .\. Ua\"ic). in } that /the matter -
t ticipate !l. IK-nnis move l to allow the chairman I The Tampa duirdvm rejiorts Itos1| yield'rom 'llila''ll'hla j doing public iHiianco Tor
Wit/el Pons. ilciicc l lt '
I 'i '
son, u cause ff rorri"| > .
of each delegation fifteen minutes toproent i vegetable) ('re.I" that IO'slity. ican Mini-tor l.rll) und I no\v the literature of
wa."tl.'l.1 I The Saidtuul Tribune the awarding | with a document ut
\ their sasses, down I rejurtx nient.TIIK '
J)1.onrY..IStw .L'yl.-The: 11..tl.ll1 \ and Ilcl.lrJh', in
u way u motion! for.twenty minutes. Finally llrrulil of the lUli eontaiiit a loiijr: list of I ur mail contracts front that IoOllit to Cedar I'nitotl: States : Miii! .tor u1 EIJhuul: K '

the convention got into a debate uponthe divorce\ case heard the previous day, and I Key to Captain) )Miller) who ha pun-hax-d Wukhingtoit, rtii-liTol 1 tho ulrtlo ttmruile "," to on P
1 the evidence wa.s listened to'by I ( for' exprtioii u"f.I
effort to cut off further diM-u-sion by the bay 'I'II tesimer for the service.Mr. Philip Col- on the 10th in-t. :
eager:, audience which tilled the fourt-njoiu of the rttt-nt general
previouYquotiun; which being: di"1MN.eiof) I to its utiiuwt ca]>iu-ity." About )half Wet I ins, Sr., has alMi\it one sixteenth of an at re The 11'csterlorth Carlll"u(:

the main question was once more before the t case were for ilevrtioii, w'me for inu-lty, !I }.lanttsl in strawiM-rrioM, frtm which he. haratluritj tits,. .'. Drew, ( ? : ": TJte fountry)' will !I"'-

house and occupied' the t time until about 2".!ii, I' and the remainder from other <-au<.-... The since they commcnctil to bear in tuteunlerulluttiu11'trteru; HI ( and khamc' ono of the
numlier of i-as-, the crowded 1 court-room, vines \.tlr:North Carolimt to in-rfc | ; )lrclultlulll that ever '
berries and the
The celebrated Oeo. Washington, one ofladma' January 111 quart ,
all until the CUM U I of _
the fact
and that nearly were on the complaint |1""tl"Ur1| jt-n a public rnuu* I
.\ uiust prominent orators, got the 1 of the wife, .Jot'alu j badly for the ire Mill full <>f green lI41ries and blixmis. it* ; motion to vacate hiiier cdea to add that the, wn'tt

Hour in the inten of ht friend DennU, morabof lloston. Thi'. Ii i at the rate of over fifty bu:'hel of to vacate- approval I I of l Iuld!, | of I.;Knglaml," .

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I .f.\" 1111'1, or ,vir .1lix UO. r 11;;ht warm it:and I might 1; find I"C; Ids hrovv., :olthl after I duy's \unt. "Uxactlv: ; Id* face i* mighty en<1 about i iSil, ), graduated\ to at the I'niursity bar at the: colloge rimer, Tern-Lon,1 -

Our picnic was in tho month of May and ', or as our )1l'II"ro'r Ihc 1'yri rctimiinjr at evening he fancied lie :Ia I this I i I l'. Interested' friond: have taken IC. : in wns 1I< (!!'. nn.1 entered purlin.m! iitlii lfCw.He !.
we !stalled: 1 from Santa Fo in tin- early morninjj. i c'II1 say 11lrlilI:< hnlnlil myniifitiit I mi ty n\llhil. against; the, dark stetp, (.ll'\Jot.ln\ for hill niul rclieviil 1 him of : Ill' -underccrclary of state I in IW>.

I On throe'sides! the drowsy old: town i.. t'Olltr IWII,11 I : ,' Ihl'i ineltol away as !lie "ten red, it &11e instead ft 11.IIi diamond: ring-the property \n." of the trumiry 1HII-ln.. joint eectirytotlie -
I guarded bv mountain. royal with l purple .I I fountain of \.clll1. I a living woman, he re-idiou ra-p! t I of n ;: Tuloaga.! His: real W\I 1: third : I WH-71.!) \;iftMdint ol
: aud glittering with gold. Thirty mile* away "That I is li mm hntrt!" *aid' llotueo, c'lllt.dr.:: Tneii the warrior 1'lI; to un HOI'lz.' a gambler and murderer roinIhc. ; tn'I-lry preyuhnt, Iftlo
i one snowy peak seemrdanniry I U-iiHetdowh, with nil nrrh glance at .Juliet. t'fIUillhi. water" spirit wu.< of the race of city "f Mexico.[ He ran off to Cliiimahua, the poor law hlllll'illlll, 18,1-< 't
I out of he-ivon. and acmit I tinbrcc! blow* ':,, .Yes. so e.xpcriene" It'IC.IIC. I nm Instt ofluy ):, alil ih ':IUlllot! wed u tnortid ; wliit; . ,, w Ih.chlII" idr.* aeroEden,! when "the natue and hotiM1, Rlul"-hl' voir full; to po-vcvi her. therefore, he must be like I little games, 10\,101, to Los" Imhos. wherelie Marquis II Kipon. Viscoiml.oderich Mceroy ( : (afierwurd
('rolling: mill, the iiioJiuiig; wonthe firtday. : mournfully; -" I h\II.mkc the ','ifl my ; her-.tniutdie. So i-ne! tiny when the' world I playeil three ( :11 11"ltl' once too "f,1 of the c'l.ll.lt'al.c. who ; lor!
( )
." I youth, \vhom I 11"1.1 \ Ilrc'lt love.arterj was alt bright, and Ii. ..soul I ell durK! : while! I for C"'CI: territorial morality, und the bml I -i-y 'I"ln'JH'1 t Oc .
The road I wound'I I beside) the little ilvtr j \ IHI.llh'l'11 tOJlII.r twenty ';I/.' she sung I song; wonderful music he.stretched I /'rl'' i is now smiling his nu'lancholy, smile n few moutl-s I in 1 :7. In or nj nn attachc'to -

Santa Fc "..II.e, Wlltl'tfJ:< )oIol'llIIth.r rippling ) I He sighed 1111 tltIH'' his eyes toward the his arms to n'IH'1 the !shadowy I I!,: JI t'l' Jrat',1 windoAVs II the countyJJ'l. 1111, 21.the! ":i. II'1'1" .IIII.t'ar.lfe, parliament
down in irv cascades: from 11 i lake pure | mountain-top't i shininx I k" I ih'erin t thekeen. I I sireli and 1IIgtr I '' black bilgeI ." ,' Url""I'I.< !Ib,odcrili in 18.Lneceeded ,, -
HI Taboo, formed )hv IlIl'Itilll11O\',':< from the ,; dear light, and tlie urtl.r f.1 to skeiching ,I you see ." the unknown depthsI I "He had rather an aim-cable manner, as Viscount and became see-
mountain top. .Along; it* margin the red ,', Oreto's profile.! I I I I In-low." I said John, with along yawn: but I never to the peerage,.. tlh.r( *'
wUlovv to j plume, and hack in the hill country' thepinctrees I lil.io; IIHnoiM.m. Irving; toadapt her harsh i j jKnglMi i! : ,JIIlt while the rose.s on lu-r thecki I '1.l'1. I put on my bonnet and. slipped 1 out I fil-i( : ( nlfl.l"I"PI'
J sisjh to eiieh other llicir never: ceasingMing. : to tlie !spoken music of the "Iraljt'r. i iA i; '," il Iv-trayal I'r: her thought-!, .j j for, I walk. S..1 W., ;in Uwl f' MjHini.; \ ll'lt t'I; thl: 1'"Iilli! in.l l-iH."d.

Over the rocks, : clamiicring/ ) J.oat.I.ok southernk.; .\ m.ikes a gentle *,' Ild '!' ct'r111"( said the :puiiianiwith 11'litHII: ofthe ln/ii |" 1'01111-111 iu wlld..i'J.llll'

t '[town and shake their beards at the traveler, a Spanish t tongue has I Ilt'III:! trick ofmelting an udmiringgesture, "but old i'ueblos Tin: iiniTisnItight r. treaty \ralllftol Isi1oir
mid the tinkle of a hell la 11" pleasantly on! I' all it touei.es '. about here say two "JHI'l' rise out of theprintf X1J Jl.IS1'1 Henry .Jillll'l. atlrly-Jl'I'lnl.
i the! ear an :Mexican boys: drive their :'locks to l/i, tiri'inni i is movt kind, hut it 1 is too vvhcro tll'l II I but 011'. float Hon. William Kwsirt (Sladstone.: the horn at Hereford Oltohl.'r : t the Judicature
I the river ; and where ihe sheep are drinking! i| lul. ; th" heart 1'll no second Dining. In in the nil and hover above it Thnt. i new premier of Ihuland and chancellor of a prominent part in the Ilclutl'O; on
an Indian woman currying! a black jar on i vmi !t the white line down the III'Jlltall. oftcnest H'l'III'Olt dii-k, in .ail\/ll IOI. the lriti.-h! cxeheqiier. was |,i>rn in Un'r1"1. I bill in 1S72. I''l'all' joll'ltor-l'Il'I'

her head, erect, and !stately, mine: to wash side? he asked, abruptly clianeing the' subject 1 have 'never Il'C'I tlllI myself.. i; December '. 1 1r''. His first public al in September.. 173; ""'I atorIH'lt."t'l1!
her poor rags in the. !Mroam. I evidently painful tf.n.IIj"I. "I 1 wonder they do show that way," 'l' was as n member of parliament from in November ofhl same year, wlln
it 1 is brook cold Newark in 1SU.: Sir Ilobert knighted, a a very able
j Yes I said llosa, with a face. Jm.olll-llrl': Ic'llrlll.l :
It is all like the old IW.Io picture* The Jlli7lt.tl
I KM.:
I as 11'1 clear as: glass ( f tjnirn ; mysteriously: : hilllll'J.lllthc JUMr.
lack in'colorN .
landscape though sadly fillediih t i Then I instead I of.my dull, sad, story let same time,handing her the kernel of a From 11i: ti ] la WI out of ollite, and [ Farrer Hcrscliolt, solicitor-general.!
and the
I serene pnHtor.il.-- tell the I the lilue: he during laid. the has I for several years 11'(1 mentioned in legal
you Ita.liinllf IH'I'HH nut cracked 1 in his white : years undolhll'ly
of and restful silence 11'1' whi.1
lienuty 1'1'llI'e : WI"tlloll'ht the name of -Irill-Jml.il-li: \ a-" front teeth."And ti'"ldatjol of' those grtat Il'llrellllt- circles as 1 rising man, hit has not madesuch
,; of t pilgrims journeying French I whii h render him so famous ulII10Itil'lllln'll' mark in his as to compelpublic
: tl let tgo record thai words Ill'I'lr\ a
it" Ill'f'
in the shining white light, of the )DelectableMountain ll.t tlt. 111i'iiol
I '. the ( From 141; he one o[
-*, and, their talk with loving: 1 i dies prominent figures in Hritishstatesmanship. I'd !, May .
: II dllrll' the finish tho limit of : *
herds: by the wayside. No fear of rain to I ofItlte.
.You do me proud," !-aid .Oieto with human understanding, having very Among his great achievements
tit IIl'lIilllllr pleasure there will not he onedrop I I Ilili.r.
; sweeping I bow, "and since you honor mewithyotirattention ent meaning according to the person's spoil is the 11 1 nor i.< there even dew. Yesterday: IXTBlES'
hrl.'l\tIH'fllmllllllnfl incense to-morrow\' I promise not to weary it. ing. With I Oreto) it war:us much as to say.there church and passage of the ElementaryEducation 1'1.18

will he like to-day.; The' south Wl'I"tnw We disposed olrl.1'1\arious' : attitudes! is room for argument on 1"llllilll'-I: Judicature and I'.allot act. Heis MR. Er.us: of, introduced
about the 1 tho of IJritNh and one' Iolblann.has :
: time greatest
rNing generationgathered this our stew had
I lilllnll\
wind hu.s ijuieted, the c'rth, and the blueoverhead \1 Il'l'l :illcr- hill in Congress experimental
'j i.t without spot of cloud, vaporymist I in gracefulurmips imdcrtheMuntedjiines I ing, gypsy fashion;, over the frc', kel'I'II a of EIglalll: boldest, and fufl.-t: !tlf': and the selling generation sat I I the If state fortho tlh.
or fog.Our fri"IIIHII impatient knocking: t pot :11 (111 !secretary confined. to the cities of ork, BIlol
D'alo: robes and I cushions airaiiist i t thegnarle In postottiues -
party was quite large. IIIh'U)( awell and twisted trunks of the in'miim.; Littleloa lady her nap, set herbonnet and is. the son of an Earl and the JlII-:< and Washington, the Postmastcr(5oncnil
in of Id 11'.1 and the bill authorizes : -
11"lltt'llic'I'lllt tl{110t' was coaxed, to her mother's lap, and li; 1'01"111 lYt'hrtiw said she of I Marquis... A n.f.ril in ,
first shoulder riMle hridleiviu : : purchase or construction
< tn by
: : ( :
straps ;
of girl whose (lying tl t the "tout lady 1'111.,1111, the back: seat of was glad the young; C' : came to hisscnsis life lie h:11 !CI\.I tt'l years iu the house of c.tahl.h between, the .
hurt glimpses I young' of heautilVd i face lighted gave the ambulance( 1011'11:< her bonnet :strings at last: all t.ti,. ,1:1(1 11,1tt'flhCr"df, : to commons before :<111'1',11"; to the, peerage.He The I would be. Pclt.JUlltl costly
t I and I made herself i-omfoitable; 1 ] in IHol as experiment 1
I the making of .
1 extremely ( !lc..t'C'fl 101'11 'llm'r"tol ,
with eye of radiant: harel mid the brightestMiiilc ; 'Ilh' it i is doubtful whether the bill.cver
: lr in LordUusscll's Uii
of lover loved 1.I while we 1"'ll.d to theI.KI.K.MI I IC.t IIrc.t. tJ'l'll'nth', and never law lill1tcr "tte I 'r Committee
They were I pair *, hyus him : cabinet, bus repeatedly, ;from the on I'ot-Olc'I'1
from :
:1.1 hl'l'l t'll'rjr
at first In an came a I : OK IHK K KOI-STAIX. 111.1 tIl' I 111')111.11' .
11111lalc.t (
I \ of the council, that Hla.:
lt :
president: '
stout lady IIJh.color rather high than ,deli liirhts not mo, no, 1"1 woman l'itht'r'xc.t.,1 1111.r 'ahll.tof
t ate, who-o; unha >pyhonnet would not stick ( luce upon! a Ihll' the Spaniard began, on this one 1"liti"o" So to speak, he tla.,00Il' which the Alm'rll'al c'ulll.t, was intended A CAMKOKXI.V forrespoudent: of the Baltimore
tn her head hut kept] slipping down hc.r"ulk. with his gl'I\'t'/lllih', .I WI\. to the N'oith in the whole pitnic.: He gavly insisted to bear imitation. He I is /t'lf-lo"l'III, Sun says : .Hail t Carr, our wealthy

llcside, her sat a weak woman from Illinois-, the country I you C'II Montana, lived I u young I on H'UC''l'I':< dish. .I will'not ruin IIdl'l'ult'temperate, good mid most: t'lttl'I'iil agriculturists.have I .
and the iiHn Americans with too red sound I satisfied the California
straight judgment.
t horn tired, and unable to find time t'l rest 1 11.lhl hnltc'r tal 11111'l'l' lil lu.h
since that wearisome:< date, having harelv life4iumgh handoiiie.. 1"1111 boyhood he had heard; | 11'1'11'1'," he' !li,11, /CI't I/l/lfl, a'the The )1\lli-: of llattingtoii I secretary of il\ltiul perfectly prepares ramie fibre for
tti he )>roml of her h'- 'l'ar-old hosit.us oloriis nf happy hunting grounds wheri> the | Flench put it." Then he contrived a nice state is I (le-llllalt: of the famous the : though children were the rarest things In J"'I'I: were always fresh and )game was- rooting salad from some crisp leaves, to me (Cavendish and Howard families. In1S.VI acres of ramie II county, intending:': t to;
the world. On little 'burnt, or altuiys in si iit. So one bitter, l'ulllIor-! I j unknown, and served it wihA deftness and I he made his: mark in the house of t'Illo make it the principal staple of that county.As .
(, I was a school teacher I without donkey escort.Imt ing he! put mi his snow ,.hoes" and fur mittens tact: that would have 1 courtier. To mons, and f\I:ll.l.l.in. stages of promotion this fibre will pay thrice the profit ;ofwheat
locked} after hv a dry old bachelor special who wtl\lllllh""c'lf in hlWarlHI't- bearskin I tell the truth, 11' ilegant Castiliun ha.l/o a* secretary)of war, postmaster:< secretary und the Ilnrkt 1 is unbounded, it will
\' '. 1 following, the Hindi manner rather : for Ireland" Ilti ou the retirement ofMr. riat that wi
'had one romance )In his" life and still wore : : lltlllto k'I'l lake I"I lOl products 11'hl'l't
r stony mountain ranges till he reached this with him.I UlaItol' frol the Iml'rllp of the the of !
the n dearly loved and early up IXhUI..t"l sOl inseparable frol olt.olcctllglc'lllrc
1111 lit fal'l.
Ir{II he was :<:-< .
W lost, which t Illl'ola l'I'Jd"I. Dinner 0\1 he took a large silk haudkerihicf Il'l'ralatt C.hll'l ll111'( 11' without alternation.
\ 1"'l'l 111111 thi.t year: clear, brilliant \ :<,
For the old love's sake "Did all alone? a:-ked little and showed lotWI prioll'l' of the 1c' 1I 111\
tr'n'flli WIIHI IrI'l THE anti-tobacco reformers lind encouragement .
and may
1'osa."Onlv Inquisition with 11,1 IMISSCSSCS foresight !ajlu'ih'
with cll.'lh'utt'l'lcrH', c'c'll II th1 kinship WlII' fIH'C klotc..1 tOj.tll'r J1't'lt to continue thcir crusadeagainst !
: the traveling went ropes, and allowed 1 could He is one of till :- 1,1,111'1 il Eng
; to A dream the :
oal the IlhrlM'I\ I it 1'1' 'forever. though at night he' heard the cayote's cry. who of course truJjII',1 ,violently to be ftll HIII. Hugh K.; ChilhI Secretaryof :< ) at Yale., Each c'II:: I ( .
imprint t'll'rlwlll,1 t'lllurdl State for war, is He divisions: according :< the best
Then there rode alone and the bellowing of the 11:401: and the howl of 11.111111' pl"C.t' : Had he tny.thl' 'c'UI Ill rholnrhll.
the prairie ( he worshipped on some of the married couplestho was I IlrlortllnhlllI from .\pri. 1NM, scholars l'l'lll in the on down
artist the author of wllt TI :111 wltl'l :
pensive many rejected to July. first to the I; where they in theslangof
who carried "hcle III way ; 1 gradually result infcht have l'l'I'1 Following toII.t tj. IIt tht'l : t'C.
manuscripts:, paper the breeze frl.I)111, the earth grewwarmer lids was' gay 111i'rl'lt.strolling lord of the treasury.. In lMs! he was: made the ( :, "not too good" 8c10Iars. hit .
mid 11 (MIX of He wore his- hair lll'' I harmrle Ihoul 'UII" "
I IClt firxt lord of the bus to keep theeyelids.
and bouts Jl'lll.i. ., cigarette inessaiitly and I 1..t'IC'I'. After one long daY : on the 1'1'111., glancing eyes winged feet, w'lllralIl' II'l'l 1 "just enough I" '
long : member' of the for 1'ontefraet I In the I Junior Class I it was found
: -
I march, he drank dl''p] of the spring in ul.1 envious vails "It should have custancts Irllbl
the lieutenant in \11 )
all eyeil guy sime t that I tin out of in the first
bitterness of : hillside, laid his. bent' bow :and 'liIf in the chorus ; if Sefior llrowit willlend : 11-tI. only forty cl\'lo
:0:11 Ic\raf light carriages on the rock, 11.1 went to 'tll molds- hut il will Lord Selbourne, lord 1 high d 11.101', sion were ful.lill'l to smoking; eighteen
whirled ]>ast \'; 1111 rowl, the photogrupherdashodby IrrO\1 soft warm sand hy the Itlue Fllltalll.1 Il.\. Thus: appealed to II"wl'r.the photographer C'IUl was IMIHI in IXI'2, and entered of thirty-seven tlt. second ; twenty out oftwentyseven
hisown buekhoarddrawn
I on ..\ lightly, and in not choose:< but oiler his hr.llllepton' 1 1S47. In lH I had time II.lal
y gallant gray Illl' only to wirli"rllc'I'I', refused: the after out of tWlt in the fourth.
his -llx
notice his !IIII".r -a WOIII''h pipe to guest, who thulpt'iit vigorously, II pro
the :
Mrunner !' 111'11',1
I lllll.llll hlll'k. ( 1 but in Sefior unnoynnc, who the resignation: of the great seal by LordHatherley portolol IlokJ it wile observed Inc'rll"I'
t-st and \ I I I I Il'C'1 10"hl'r' 11'ltl.tl : I
worn n
eyes IHalOlltl ring II 111"lal"i I { he was and regular ratio Inscholarship.
IIT'IIIalI Andalu-ia. The strangeriMiised \ foolish, bareheaded the sun Illalllllfl.tl'll accepted II wltl tle falil'p l'f
and brilliance I
width hltr/.cd in I the sun J'Hkll"
( the He i is said The I
I to beone \
and\ looked dreamily on the ground 1' again I marked I the size und d.ol.t.lolphip.
ljht as to Ill('otteollo lifted: hishat.I from Among Colorado like one busy with memory, and I in svmpa- luster. of the diamond ring. of tIl very : o lawyers in Eng: fIItol! COl/ not promote t'lucutiol.- T
College 1 who l WI .1111111"1 tho! whole thy I thought of the lost: C 'atullJ and the The singer's voice wus 1 trifle cracked I, but law ( TfIIt.; c
ll''lril'cl little one lying in at Yalladolid. we not fastidious: :< the ladies hung Itight Hon. William E. Forster, chief secretary
hoard of with hi speech tll'I'H'I \'uul w'rl 111c''n' WHY llorxTim UKMVIX UNPAID. dn response
\ 'milled trl..tl'l:1"The C'entennial State I'lt ll/ We '/ pil'I'l', 1lllllh.r amoment word, uml Whl'l the song ended Iheapplause for Ireland, was Ilr in IMlsi. He ton resolution of the House, calling
Xltlu/ married
of the
]I'lc'fldhH. This c'uluw'llth in pin- 'I he continued : in words \ was hearty 1 and flute which genuine.. Theblonde of u:daughter, und has c'l'ldlrh'c Dr.llnnl-Arnold U\ol the Secretary of the Treasury:< for tl.
I I ) i The spirit spoke to the dreamer art..t produced I It'klyti'r Hiigby represented :< of delay in paying the bounty

tour, hud JII a ,tll'll acquaintance 11tIll'with t'U.tt'I'1 the of llflil.ec'II'rll'-: appeared to watch us. Jl t 111IJ:< joint, and IIIiIIH&tt 1 was till in Ilrllltt: lt. INi1 I I' ,lsii.and> lie inIHfkH back"pay, due the !ol.IC'I 11.1 why the Secretary
uII guard 01 wlkll he took a longdraught could upon to sing ; but we \ fr '
( Huston and in
frowned ll'.Utolt' ( ) permits I to remain unpaid
'nlldll' :
( the
knew "ThcltavA" would be his doleful vice-president committee oneducation.
gacdscarchingly :
t MiiH'riority overshadowed I the of the cool Ilnwutl'r", and 1 from six to twelve mouths before asking

JSaptist minister, one of hl"lllllmlll. : into its. Illl' depths1. !tn111 41,11141 the hint no one" spoke., Thomas (i. baron of Xorthhrook. Congress: for an to pthl'" ,
Illri Was it'really hllt" broke in 1 Kma."Sky : pardons, said Oreto. Daring 1II'I''lriltlol
heaven. I : "acts
wuv to Secretary ( t ofAlllTVll
tlltl'nr tar\'fll" blue and silver." said_ the t'l.tian, for con: "'umiug I your time and! courtesy. I the. ... .tirst u_ "lord of, the admiralty" was"L born iui.io :It1, :.. .lllld. \.r'\lil'/1>.iTI. Pit-tit. by 11r i.>.>i_
Thl' army ambulance IIO\'l'f 1 slowly adding one ot the must: have mi'ntn, without know aim nas Il'I a lorn 01 me Wlllral".t n -- -- -' -- ..I'.J.w.r. .
thl'o''txli tho nniidy red soil, but \\e did, not; i which c'I"I'arilg, which III 1 Spaniard, 4 i.II..t 1 forever' wJid.111 Fromunder i under for India, und under secretary utions made to pay hmUtt." and hack!
al.1 11.1 Pl''I.lIt'
) ('are; the mountains how grand they are !- I did not hl'lalJllal Illit. 1'011'1'11'111:1' )Iil)' timeshe I the seat of thl.IJI.kholrtl I,1 lie; .II'olc'lll war 1;" I rC'-IIIOIII,1, to that position I"hulaiu-c my. n.ll'rthl.law of the appropriations, IIO"C\'l'r. til'UI'Xllll'c

WC'f' it i>crpetual Illl ht. The 11'll'1' of tried tl glance the fairy face: a short cloak ali threw it iu ) in 1MW. into
the ,' IXIIII.\l tllt' the \ 1..h.1 ilto :his it belter 'l'ro-o: his shonlilers, lifted 1 his nunilifrr" revealing The Duke of _\ryl, 1"lllt'-II: 'nt of the of tlc trt'n""r1'111' fuither pursuance
ull'/lllr whi'l 1\ll' t
the vast hori/on. Clustersof : "It"\ Ilaklll was (' Ilw : of Congress was
1\a Llll any waklll : into the I turnd head with ot C'fIUll. I.orl 1-11.: c'lll.t
wiM verbenas purpletl deeinrllade ; 11. I t.ll':4 in l"i'l.:I ,. to to tl subject and that body fail 'I to
Ihl'llull-n watery mirror ; it rcllcitcd only own gray in the blue-black hair, and re Ihlliartol.hlt. the ;
: of the far away i\\"rlllII,1> }, tawny face; all t .... j.ky ;, Ii.. The Iull'll:l'.llt.-I'I.f: laahit'llllllIlllol\'. Ilnkc'lle1 II I*.j. He entered parliament the necessary UIpro\rlat. 11. J..tllat' of
MraiiKe ttuwtrrs, yellow and ""II white sand tu.llh.tI' unknown I depths oil to til ; ut an curly ago ami has hud large experience sum r"'llilrc' t'nll} :, UIOllt-
.it'l : : I to ;
ing jim
f. the hliort moss-like: grl.111'\' never felt bubbles! to the top and broke rock t the from who of pub'lic life. He was lord privyeal .iHHj, were submitted, some of
lew or niiu, yet, they lllliot '. htunteilt I i 11)lo\III utony brim'"UII', but the cascltss: : gu-di knows: it Ulllll', in i loud wliNjK-r'oll'"There under the Aberdeen and I 1'alnier.toii I bus tht'l taken as late. IO11'1 1, I.HMI, but COllrl's.
LI >r starved hut hrijililly vin the ministries, jtostmustcr-generul in l andsecretary no the ,
t and flow of the waters was I chime in his goes lon I'oiuiHiso.: He li.l, the Corliss I"il that is the :
hterlle sand\ I. fl u J..I'n ht'fl without meaning."He engine at t the of state t for I India 11007.<; lie is n'nol:< the bounty lias not "l'l1
t'll C'l'ltl'lIllal.
Sow and then n :troderiilentlv lingered about this sput, so runs the The old hlhl.llrlot: : tll' fledgling I the father of the marquis of Iorli. governorgeneral Iail

ul.rO. our wav, mil a )Il'xlc'll inpicturesque tale, many w"lokryil for the appearance glance that :-hlIil Jan' ki..1 him, hit the I of Canada. E;.\IILV hto.v M.VKIXU ix CL\w.-In the

striped hlkt.t). saluted us in" of Ihe water maiden., She came iu his vouth, tholl1 jMMir ) and exhausted: Sir \Villiam Venion Harcourt, home secretary rl1 of E'\'urIIII iron was so scarce that

Spanish fahiou wll ti JItlflm'IfluM, Ikt.\ but never blest'ds' waking eyes, and t.11 1'11 III, was wiry, and did not fall is 011 of the best known public JI'1 I t .l'ol., :\is 111 )' I of the royal 1
\ ji.s he drove hi: t'I'\'l Inlh'll tlu mill:1'1111., which l is'su very 1 In fact ho lil'wr flinched. Mythoughts hi England und ole of the numerous crop : I'l classed among the kilg't jewels. -
toward the city. Mexicans siiiatteilin | dreary, :set in, tl disappointed 1 youth "t'lit wandered from the gay companyand of |Mis:illt> ln'II.r or chancellors which" Up to the end lt the, century.
I I I rows sunned tlll'l.hc'" nlll.t t the low luck to Ids The \ JMOII haunted 1 him : tlie man who had no r'I"'C.t tll "the the Iil.'ral- developed. He I is t English: iron was only (Il..rl.r. hut inferior .
t wnl'of their houses : and on chimney I iu vain he 1 shake it oil' the within the I exile to that
t I tri to ; "<; / MIi stranger gates. I' Iralll"ll a not very rl'lwh'r'hl.l.hul' manufactured on the continent.
J t.I'k of plJl''no tll.b'll'rdltl. all wlthc'fl i IIll'. :so : ,"tr'Mlt\'I\ was tll'l I!with and the varied fortunes at which he had I YOlk, and was Itorn October 14, 1S 7. During the fifteenth century)' the manufacture
\ II t t'le ra:-<: i strange enchantment. The went hinted, und 1 !aH 1 aloud "The Sciior Oreto trIlualll' with high honors ut Trinity Col- of irul begun to extensive in Sussex.

: \vliich grew s.-autily mi the Hat mud l'lHf of |r Mowing through hi.s. 11'llry. h11111 now I.Mlk. like a man who has a history. lego, Cambridge, iu 1S.>1, he was.c'ull 1'to the whore tll' ore and) timber for smelting it

t ; Ids miserable hut. 0 ;I in tll. now in ,\\m.l\ a.> it 1 from And he has, bur of thu Inner Temple iu /> soonmade ut"ul.Il'l. and iron Lt'c'ult
: When we reaeheil the chosen Jr'II,1 afiro I| the mountain side, vani-hing at last like 1 dismiss the picnic in thebrilli.int I periods I his murk us a writer upon iltl'rlttlll. II the country.IIi. The" 01 IU.Jll'rol" -

t was II't'III)' kindled from the : I I flr"I,} in the "a I I The laughing girls of the l'llirl. of the (Occident. Thl'l'ltlr- al l topics by his I.tl'l to the T7/i # OWl the entered il tl the business lllll'lllropri.lll
Ii boughs JiiTm., ulI.llln'l w'rt stray i, of the tl'it. tried 1 to "e him from indiu"er- in chief, being uboc insurance: 'I'ltltU' signature ;of "ti-Iorlc'us.: He Jar'il'lll not only wore many ancient house*enriched
I' I ing: off in hhaily .\ ': to til.: out what ,: dice, blt t'IIIlllt stir him to join in their rally dealt in large tlrl., and gave free rein 1S.V. the ,\ ( fl'' { (url'\,11 thereby: but several new men acquired I
I I words the daisies are saying: to youth and '! Mings alll/lIm"/ In the time of the corn to liis warm, not say fiery IIIUllIutol: I Lewis, and for his second in I.j. )11 wealth and found.il families.: In the forest

I hcuuty. i I of a blood-red ear, the .Tho pienio. of last weekvu 11 (, I vcs, daughter of John Lothrop Motley. ol )ell, also, where wood was plentiful,
lt.I I
I : HI'OWI, the photographer introduced hisgue. i|, Indian's 't t flfWWli.did not move him to to he ." 'lt'III"'I'lI. Tho day was beautifulnatureeiichautingwomandivine. has recently become IIt'flIO one of the :, Irul was largely The however -
.t, I line old Spaniard named Oivto.He !I any feeling, mil hI tlrl,1II glance ( Old Rddy I' tercst and most ,'li'.tn Llhl'lllor.turil or j soon '".11.ll"1 tf lalc in
wore the ea>y nil of 1 lal familiar with I Ii 1, averted from the tl"1 .' II tll lift od his rugged I front and snowy crown before out of parliament il CIl\lt'iatillll of the consequence:< of the exclusive
i, Jod society all the lofty courtesyldeii! !I I ff.I'.lllll'l'. us, and the river .sung its ..sweetest cadence.AmongdLstittguisInd Hull.| ." If Ix>rd.s. lUaeoiisfieldandSulisbury. : I l tor smelting ; peoplo became alarmed
the true ( I may say the true I I I
'I.tlal l.hll..trul'k, >aid the girU; : guests present wename i itho I and fulminated
.I ,'"tt'lal, al He (claimed to be i iI i I 'giu i % him the t'r"tL"lll'ar, till the foot is tit I fascinating: ( ioualcFelipe Oreto, a cosj ,! The Eurl: of Kimherley, secretary for the i lalt'.I.t.malufac.tut. Wl'n' of ; I"trll.tll

,I hhhllu-lt'ral.\ of i (ioth-by which ,i for nothing Iit il tUI wil the i j "'I"ltmI.t( in old Castile, the friend of colonies! was U>rn January 7. ::>. Hestudioil ually the feeling 1)"lll' sotroiiff.lrm 1'n'lt.. that

IC'lt plrl !(' Spanish hlool., wih- very old men,' He heeded neither 101'111h. .. Irll.t J.II."Ibwl. For testhetie cul- j at 1ltol mil graduated It Christ from the time of rt' restoration, iron
out 1 tuint of Jew or M.ior; was '} mil determined to come back to the | ture, refinement If manner and general dogaiuxthe church, (hr'rcl, with classical honors in ,j Ualufll.ture of l England rapidly "tie
.llamll', and by training "Ulll'r.th' :i Klue Fountain. Wlu-u he Il.t out an lin'i '.t.Jnlit..a..tllal has few equals 1J7. He ', ,' to the barony of \'c/lt" i' I oul was known, but there was ''lntl
was quick t ) 11"lllil' U\tl.lr and his |1',1-{ :,i figure wined to go before and luvkon him and no : ] 1llor : it he will soon house iu " Hiiaas highly p peruieious. II u quiet way i I i on. as the swan maidenof the ( iermanI I II j load to the altar I fair widow well known to i it foreign affairs iu 1S'2, was appointed.41I' pestilential qualities. Coal, 1 supiiosed,
hv wiM a great tal ; tll' flashing evc* aloncbotruyeil I I I lake-, Iu'kol young knilt.into their little ,t our cityund we lesirn with extreme pleasure ; 1,1.111 to Itussja in 1111.t was -again under then used, injuriously affected the 111'r.quality as of

the intensity hi. feeling, and utno I 1 I IIlh.lruwl h\'' "aowy \ .harnessed. 1 with that ite has I been prevailed on to cost in his > Mvrotary in IHSMil, was 1"llmi..lmllr i of 'I.hl."w.Ilo1"h.il the iron, ami it was not till the beginning of
one entere-l into II'hatt with him he fell I|I bains. lot with and become of the 1 1I in iNVt the
.. ti nr t !I liS u dtll'l most I Ii 11hl lord Ik-utea- eighteenth century that the first real
to extolling the glory tf l .til'o Cmd- "S.llhwa.I. southward he strode, ,Itw-I i I desirable of all tho l'rritorll' :1t 11 ISHIx'in ratted tu the 'I sje.'N.r' ;:" ve '>' ingtlie lirHetiltywere taken.tfutt .
nnl.tIl whul., party wait utl'I.t,1 to him, i 1 i ing tla' ancient march .I Azatian, UI'} '!: Some wl'.k. later working I highlyi I I' ,'arl.I"1 of KimlHrley June I, IN'M. He .' :- .YC'UI.
[ '1" the venter Clt a of iu- sight of i lie bi-loved tprllO. ho climl>fd the :i I useless. lamp mat in my iurlur, which inI wus \lord lrhy I'ulnlll'r. Mr. fitadstone i ijNls70
h'rl'"IUI li tl'11'I !! and tho deer, ) from of state .
steep 1.t \lIlr'1 I' red to I I 11'aslt f'dl'al fa'liol iJ.1 ) for the (10| ut fail
Tho fair rider with flurry' curU blown by I!I find :all' sparkling fountain, und the I, utl'l' tlrt.illl'lll.lfwa\'. There niw 1.S7U-74. mir KenewtT\r"IIr.tiolll to do, 1al'"
the mountain ugain t the she !i, brook into the 1 birred wiml-iw little lion. John chancellor ture t
hn''tl arm t-hiuiug) "dnit running j paxsod : u dapjior | Itight Bright, of the i the hair 11.'JlpILI'
leaned on, In'nt forwanl and uskeilVlty valley !' it will run on f 'ivver. I. man, whpi! >iiighi! h.mt with i slmrt riding :> duchy of I 1.Ul-tlr.: i U I tetter. known in '! 11.W when> and fad f'tCr. its color)

laavu v iur own tmllrt t for this will XewAVorld '> "Again ho lay d. wn ou the suit, -\.rl' ,I whip us. lie went .alo|"\: whom 1 J''UiZl' | Amirica than almo-t any other Englishman I Ias I uiisuri.assed.gray .1 the As I dres.siug it h
i? sand, mul the delicate from LAM the friend of i making hair moist, soft
: once mure. phantom J JI u-i a government ugvat Iltl4. typical our lII1trUullur ainl glo fhe
.I 1 is long to tell tin tute trouble* which i t I ai>ivanslt'\ ) hi.sclitoedf>\vhNpomlgfiitlv hevshsl not tit itinvi-rxitioii, lo"II' : institutions. I is., therefore, only I 'iiece&sury ever ottered l. iu ''t-conomk-al prciiarati..n .-
me from home and made me a wanderer ,, in hisjrar.. and bent above hi* head. if to heanl, or \ tin* m.mologne lau- I| t>> state that was horn at I\'blnlt.\ NIKvemlHT nine, and those who have ttttrts remai u IUl
for out of Spain every laud is ,'xi": i 1 I kiM hil." li.lu'l tilt i MiJden animation of vuuv W. 111. took jtart in the refonu a.itation of never once Ui.1c t trial
too long for even 1*ummerday." I i I Il'l the I.\.I"t.au..l l ,evtw" leaned a : Idn't"l the tri' ,purpose of tho visitor >ubo > ; of -', was the priiuipal asMn-iate : autl i wi, IrtiliJtiMu use any htlHr.-.JI.titi,
"Jlut not too loii'' for our interest t." .hetii i I tril :""1.tllr, aU11 *iw Uomeo pick I .> .I. "Was there I fellow hungm' ,' of CoUleii in the long agitatiuu for tberejHal I V. J
"weru ,'U"r tilono in life," she addeil with I and blip it into bl.> watch l'I'kl.t. "h"\.t'// Oreto; a sort of literary and sentimental 1-43- anil was the princii-al author of the frniu a 1"'rallinl} J.Vnhas been chan-od
glance ut the baud of mourning crapo on hU i! "Then 1 frantie. It.t."k )It. adventurer, pretending to l be in 1&I I ,.ltlt"rllfurm:iu England.: He was chancellor u now semi-weekly as to 1 weekly juural It
JIILIJiI-VI. i. tlie hllttr. l ay after dav, night &l''f mourning? of the duchy of ulwa.wr in the former typography issued, an eight-i>age lllcr. its
.(Xvtitlina 'and iur idAitu un* with tho i nig'ut his waiting flrl wa, (laiil htMde the I Yes, be &turn for .tury telling t administration of Mr, ho fnxssoil his hretust revereutly. .!I .iii (ujji-avude hl'ihI. and / valuable upareuiiexeeptionable. I will l>em >-
: tnt.*. ; "\\1 umuMie< l'hi/.1'n. The ciiluMtnt 1'II'al a* 1.t iu the ratie, in b
.. When I 1 laid flU" iu the vault at Yula-j I i dreanusl.\ I The >trciuti 1.hi"Illrlllun.I'1 t-t have ) thmt sul fai-o, cabinet.Itight. *" |II.Uttnnll' wiI3Inl) | de\.otel
I y Jcrt heavy und (i tt! j j! hlealiu. feld, president ofIhe a1anll tf Htate amiflfU
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>I X-I:1I:; : ) TIMK CAUIlOF I.O1tt1)AC1NTlAl. : 1 ( 'O.V1'1.cT .1 \/) rtcronr.Oh I ; ;' ;IIIll.,1; )r.s ;the: fool\ \th-f-im; ) j; )but t 1 1',11.1it 1.11 My arm and I logs be I \
f COX1 :i JL\l.IO.\l *. 'jiiido'i' 1 I l'IIU'1111) and >cgan to fear that wnulil I
P ) Ucfuge of and WI'Will \ \'. \ \\11'1\! ,
before .
\l111'1 The
I I: Till: JAcK"oxvtt.tK. Ft.A., March 10, I j!' Millering and sin oft distresseil: I. .witli a ) h"lulnf t the following ,'I ) wlslu'J that I t!In 11 Ir'I nigh.V.'ii "
I : ATLANTIC, WLV \VKST::; IXDtATKAN: On nnd niter this ) Trains; ini this tJoai I ( leave hi i scripMon : !'I long tlllhttllll iicVi
smnmndings s-i
i ;i MT UAILItOAD: ) ), will run 11lft as : '1111 11 ......... ......... .....:..............................lb.I I !l' the light? apain.) I was M-i'/ed with in-
1,1"WI dreary to the of i t and 1 kept) my I lair. face, inrk
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I tl'Illlt
I I I'liXlNSl'LAIl: HA1LUOA1)( ), DAY) 'SKN(1K11.: ( (Kxtritlieave :: 1. I.\\'.) Thy peace: a>< I dying I ie.inest .' 1 ll.l.11 :.ututu 1I'lnor:, I IIII \n.1 nIl,i.ttuttiL: daylight I t tint -

( 1\11'0\ Jlrnuch,) ,. : 1>. tihlittot, 1 1t an object in sight, l loUt tIII.llr:
:lksnn'illl. 8'fci:: \ >tUaveHaldwin To Thine \ t the cry of sharp shunt 1'rIW i Only .ijvitfA.C. : \1' : t'
\ AM 1 13:30):: .\. MLeave t.I t. rings 1.\1 l'onl' this. pHiletw World ; i Who (thV ilog) lied Dce'bcrlU, 1!': i htMl 'Ale two 1III'lilI\1 one left. At 1lillt:11
LI (ct'lIn'nI.HOr'rl': } :. ..llM: \ through Of I : I tainted. I WIII'Olll..I l Iy a sharp ,
I l"ike City : ;: ::0.1.i And knowVt Thou how oft with the morrow j tvpbotd pneumonht 111
j Leave Live Oak. !IMII'. MArrive : Snperimluced, by oVorWnrkmental l&t Li I i tll' lett-armand found !it was caught ,i4 \if
In Kffict:' lH"//t/1 1ft, 180. at Savannah 8H: I p. MI 1 despaire are liurleil? i Anxiety.S ; I hlWl',1 I til' IIH1'I'I o \oi Friday: !11

:* I IA'I\l:.1'.11111. f*::4Iii' A. M I. 'Ollh'I'\'r i (11'11..but.......not.....lot-gotten.... .... ... ".........:. IIlh'flu'l., ; : 11111"rl '(1 I ft
I I p CIII: ;{I !""ol'TIt.Ll'a"l' Leave ( :\.-,; 1'. MI. the brings no light that 1.:111.1: ........... I (10\1 on me. I w... haidly: ul le to !signal ii. 1 ':11:'

! t .Atlanta ( !a. :.tj! t.. >I.I.l'a"c t I. I Leave I-ike(' City :.oi'fl:<' II.. M I. IlI (us IIWI, There Wen liv- about the ( of his : \t l Ii! 0',111'1 I "..It' w.is 1 J'ltt out ami I \\a \';""

( MaIn/ < ia. 74.:' I'. M 1.I 1. Leave I Hal.lwil T::1'1''Il i i- M: The birdsing no fonJ; that: 1'\11'1"1'; death, but we eu.tldn't lind it 'al"1 heait/ : i tll"'llllo\O l I the M ..111.1 UnrtM? 1"1/1"; : kt I'
I 4 f.l'arc Hniifwiek\ ( (H.t."> A. M t 1.I. 1. .\ at Jacksonville ... s:0.: ; I'. stMAIL Nor docs hardest: 1 give t food P that can feed 1 to th.it: a dog died I of"III deliriumtivml'iis. ( ::111111 \ld.'IIi.. lunind from lilllllll'l' tl'ili
I.. t Arrive Fcrnandina: Fl.i...............I tll.l'M.. : the Winter's gl." n relgim through 1,4. I Miy :1 !good I Uio P Grande del Sal, after 111 "I'u.
i t Leave i'Vrnandina......lo.50\ !: .\. >i 1. I AND) KNl'itKsS: : MHti.v.) \1,1 I tlu jrnr..We've I ing hl'1 eighty-one linius lloating on, the l'lrh'

: 4 Arrive Haldwin 1 l.i.."> I'. M 1. Lt ave Jacksonville. .l"o:::. r. :siLeave L.I L. VNJT TO I P.IK.Hy this t : eight-foot pl.inKs. Three \\eeks later CUllail IIc';

' Leave 1\\Itwinlt'r.Ja'boll\"lIh.\ I l..".<> v. M I.I I.rrln'.Ja'k""II"iIIl' I. I White I House.Ii il":l l'. M. felt strange: '1IIt. our kindred anillicifihbui's I there I are 1:1'1\1.\people!L' in the park. '\ thl'I'I I Heal was transferred to t the., Uril-h: I Ilil'llf.
\ yore
I: .\ ) I( '11I11.!! 1 I'otite: ).. _'..'>.") p. M i. Ix-jive Haldwin.......................... JOU: I r. M I last half 1,1' lilllworkilg men 1111'1'1 I \'"!'' Captain Ilq'I\.l, hil.
I I 11.1) ...... :!!."' r. >t 1. HI'I'I lonely in the thi( k haunt o nl t 111'1, hurrying ; tak'ing; short cuts 1 to their i to (IJII'I'Ilo" I ha" heen (' ot 111'
A'n1 rhill.
: Leave I Haldwiu for Cedar Key. 1.11I1'') M i ...... NO": I'. ::0.1. I Had to rest( 'I'u: a sti-n" from 011 lal1'J. places of ',\lat. Not a few stylMi t I carriages: tin1 two men in the hite-luoat.--\ra'. \'i>, li!:.
I I .\rrivtVnbIr, (Junction l 1'.1'.1{ {) .. 4.11 I i 1'. ::0.1. I'n11.11.1'11........... ...... ......... 1l11': si 1. .\11111 Isions to comfort u* then. I horses and driven by ser I iI'oio\ 1,?. :ill_
Leave Waldo. 4.'.'j I'. MArrivoCSajiK'svillo :; 11wIy spirited 1 ) '
10'a1 Mt.[ Carrie : :0.1. (lying I The servants! I'.M.I.V llnl
I ( .;.17 t.o.1.: Arrive Luke (City. !HOI'>:;; ) ::0.1.! We've hU'1 luriil 1 by tl'.i'I' II (the siren. ha\e\'llll" 'lnn'I'lit I 'to u'I pn.t til' horse a little 1"<> ITHl'C'J the 1.tTral" \ '
I IA'.I\'e% (;aiic1 lie. .-,.2))II.. :MArrive Leave Live :I.") .\. M. And caught: : in her ', exercise.. I If I their I tit masters\ knew! howpleasant person I II11'1',1 qm-j-tion, 1 '
only I I Patterson ? knowingthe :
:, I Cedar .... !I.O::<> I Have I that the heart be iron.Tho' I struck; Hilly wlh.Vt
I: hey 1' M Arrive 'alala..l..-. jc: Trains to Jacksonville/ and Xoith\ t of H.ild- Arrive .10:15: A. siArrive beauty: may' shine in the face.We ; I t theould I take I the I themselves.A propose l.t1 Patterson 1
$ win i1. i1.y. ....................... !0(1): A. si. few |lt-illcmeii/: conic out on! liorsehack; I a 0111'\ lhil'I'I.lliul t meiThant i ('("
:: (;oiX(I SOUTH.: Leave a\tltah.\ ........................ 4:30)::; ) 1.. st. are WIwih\ ,.11111Ijr 11"11\1": \\s, and gallop; along t the In idle-paths ; more I of was: .1 very 'Wl'llhy 111 of ) I 11 In I '
; Leave Cedar t l.l.1 .\. MArrive t. l.thLVlloaiuv 4:00: I I'. :siLeave .\IllwaI nll' htl'kll" ot I'all": people walking out( for the morning I \ il tl' tIC lar\la/1 t,
hits not ; t (the mcados 1'1111. I the early .Ia\so ('ollt\'ll'
( iaiiu-sville: I'At)1.! '11lal"I'l'; >::1.1 isi: i. For 01' way l.lllh'ol 1 IiI1; few ';11 Lit's. We I have walked I : (t Frlkll I hlllllt.
: I treat
up ( many ld II
Ix-ave iainosville: .. 1,0.)1.(> t. 11'a\1 11'1' ( L'l" .\. si. "u'liddy.II1, have still some I time too1Iui' I and: ; : his time in 1'01 looking r ,
.liH and ul.uv.Yet
have I the t
ArriveVnltlu ((1'.1!. I U:. June.). H.I")1.. Lakl'li\' :J.V.: ) A. :1. : I hO"I'1 ; suppose wo sit (l'wl on one of the !ll'lt : 1I1tl'ttl: I lie was! said toas ,:
L4.-ave \ .). !I.;,,; .\)1. Leave ( '. 4:18: .\. ::0.1. in ( place, and\ watch lil I I
It Theiin Minuy hoar and I I brave :
Arrive Haldwin; I t'M7 r. :M t. ..\l' (HII-h'l.: .............. ......... ...... L::10 .\. SiLeave Ha\loll" on 111') UIj.li.llrllliow the I people go: \\'urli. Here'I comes an old Si'l' strong I bravo a men he I as as 1 lll..u .f c
Sanderson......................... .VJO: .\. si. \ nl' on'I'idd'l% Itao. : \a.1 I shivering along dressed Iltlkl'lll was a \ r
Ix-ave Jacksonville! (( 1111I. I I'oule.ll.b": ) I 1:; A. MArrive : ," For of &IIll Tloll di.I 1\11'li.h! IIIW.hllil. peace, nl'\'\, indeed II good i>ions man. Nevertheless J II"
Haldwiu.I li'0:? :! i'. M. Leave })arh\vill.. ': \ ::0.1. The Cues that till life : ,11'ad. il I \ery I'ag: ,'d suit oh'tloothues, and I hat his \\ratli: could h(' excited to I j' '1'
Leave \ <>::40 A. si. bean '
B..I\\ that has: seen hard service I lie :seems to ho attended .
Leave ]Haldwin\ ....... ..................t Ii'.l6 (- lighting pitch.I ( Mi one 01'1,101 : I
I' ::0.1.i Ll'a'l 'hill House. 7:05: \ ::0.1. \\" I have I livcdforoursehosinMcad i; of ot hers. IIII fellow \11'1 be first comes! in !sight : in the lower :
,. Arrive FernamUna.i: 'MO') P. :si.lieuve Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:.*>0 A. si. in of shrineHeld but when he draws nearer, we see tla he 1 public gathering., at district part( 01 'I1

Feruandiua. :14. r. :siIxave Oi Mail' and 1 1xpress: Train :hl'\ilJ(':0 I Sought no ('till| h'III'1 lips 1Im"I1111" has hardly reached middle, age. I. I Flikll county) the day Sllll'the t two 'Oll.t,1)
Hruuswick. .s.K! ( I'. ::0.1., 11 I I lirl \
run through to 11,11111 :( am Or, with aloft1 1111; k.IIII'. wll( tr/llp.lld want and la/.incss: and whisky ullies a/l friends raised a row and. .
Leave Macou. 4!.4O .\. M. I
Savannah ; also: LI\'a (Cars rut have made him old before )hlo time. He light u was t the consequence.I .'tt the I
.\rr \Atlanta, ( a. 1.1" I'. si i iI' through to and t 1'111 kl'lilg and Tallahawce. We ble >s Thee whocam'M IIII\1 in glory looks! like a man/ just: out ot bed, with hieves > In-ginning"l'll'rl ti.fthe alt ray, and before the lighting '''11
' :Trains l to Cedar Key: and South of Hald- I i To sutler i t to succor. I to o save ; not quite open yet. I is! more likelytlial began, Bilh', Patterson ran into thl''c 0
win daily except Sunday.PKNINSULAll Hy to shine bright in life's storx.' I he ha sleeping' under the bushes to but to
FIX.XIHX.EXI'HEI") ( hll\) 'l1'1,, 11'1 l'r\,1 to t not tight,
\ <: I HAILUOAP, ( .\ 0\1 Ih'atl and the grave. or in a (' ( one of I the :summer-houses' II'r.IIll'I tl"\ 1 Hit his! elI'.'rt' ( ,1
.. t :
I lA-ave Jacksonville. : .
f ( Hiltlll"Icll..) 1':1. where{' has escaped: t the, eye of the police IUkl'II'"I'1111 unavailing, and making \;
Arrive Haldwin.li'.0:?::: i si. We'll fret the world then no longer ; that hot' though it iswarm whll.
! (;OI N 1I SOVTII. Arrive I'Vrnandina...................... .": I lo) \p. :si. It can will to us nnthinvr i bli.., 11:1. Shiveryork in the it cold at them some of the l'rllwllll tie '.
. Leave Waldo Junction................ -! I,<'aJlawlhornl... 7.10 .\. siArrive i. Haldwin. 1:11'. ::0.1.I ( and than it is. YOI in the hln' III try"nig : IlJl1 Hilly at once became lighting)
Lochloosi; 8.10 .\. MOtXU Arrive Jacksonville(5::( r. )1.la"l'Iw'I'1 tlllll -litllltl H'd'lfx.MISCKLLAMM. ro'o'oor.ieoI 1IrIIgII pt"l.llil'I' It- mad I, 'Ii'II out at t the top of his voice,
that l' \I'I'illl'II, Il 1 111 "'h. Hilly I 7'' No onecould J
() NORTH. I : for f; Fcrnandina ami Cedar Ke\'' and now he his: chances of getting! "tll1 !atl'I'sOI the guilty
Leave Iioehloosa.1 10.00( .\. ::0.1. lakl I No trail from Haldwin 11 I. breakfast: l. and the chances There I WOIII h.l1him wili WI'l
Ir.ll. H'I'011. ahundred
r Leave Hiiwthornv.10.45 .\. ;si,. (Cellar oi Sunday.COXICTIOXS. are" mure of his kind Iillillt( 11.llt on (the 1uuttt; Jl.lhllll'IOSI'llo: I\.III'hil.1 I IIHI Who

I Arrive Waldo Junction.1 12.1": 1 ) l'. :>i. : .-At Hal.lwil with .\., (O. & .\ I Don)' 1\T J1.It I I I i isri.v \ Ovi.u) IIII'II'11'1'1 they 1'0111' 1'1'111. who ('UI struck ." From $IOO() he ro-e

Trains: frotu81t1) Loddoosi:$a and return W. I l.T. U. 11., t for; (\11:1': Key, (Jaincsvilli, \rol\ Axn 4 I' Xl.T\'.'fhcre was in' 1'1'1"1' they goto we know something tol.MH( lillath'I'ol.: l "") \vonld. induce any
t Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.CONNECTIONS. 11.1 Fcrnandina, 11,1 all points North :auWest < better behaved dog in the entire Mate of 11linois 11,011 \ are t ten t tIII"IIIt otlhllll t to tell him 10t.Who struck Hilly Patter .
I ( ; at Ijike City t for; Tallahassee, AlianySavannah I| ; i I than llahIariFsioohute.: .' I Il'1" '' Field and I 11.IIIwit: I 01 11111:' And years Ilh'rwlIl. In his wil. lierehateil

, .o\TI.\XT\. 11,1111 points North and West: ; young handsome, Ilh.liI'lt. 1.IHII 1 1111olo"IIII'aIIHhil the bench across the way ( : wllll''" "Oi t hue II I In! facts UHIII'll'nthl..1 I .(tO(00)
Johns lllvcr Steam i \ I higli-brci begged, i slice of bread'somewhere i is
.I'k St. :
at ol\'i11' 111" I < to by his !'! to til \\ ft.o
connection is made Atlanta. ia. I'X'I'lto
: \ .1. S. McKLKOY( soft : iii eating ill ;soon, 1,1 to them hl1Itil\ 111 .'
and crs. l"\t'I. wih da\k h"owl "il tll'I'O kl'I'1 Who Hilly l uottt'ruoau.Ills
to and from all points North! Kat l, West WOII. Illl.k
. Master I I throat.: I : : I ) let ( at
\V. M. I 1) \yiiisox, Transp'n.Superintendent. 111,1 taWIIIIrlll' li"I'\'I' 1'0:11BII't you will If recorded in the Oidiuary's otliccat .
. Northwest daily, o t \11'l'llIf and melting in I their 1\I'I's i'I.:' him seeming to take any interest: in him, orhe'll Carnesville I (la., /.
AT MACO.X, OA., ; Frlllklil l'ollty. uno
:' had t the patrician am' he' here begging. I Here N 1.1u..h.11g
about the matter
With Trains for Kufaula, ('Columbus-( .,. I : Iixs.: :; \ I ik11'11' dllIII. 0\1' well any 111'II'ioll") t can !"
: dressed
\ J.'KO'ILL tOL.XI his : : tail was ( eloquent\ ex young 1:1: \\itli I cane, !! hillo I it and I verily the statements.WjLi.Poviu .
Montgomery, Mobile. and New (Orleans.) ) : H.\LHO.\ 11I'-.illlofj"y::1 and uoth'( 11"1 ::1\11 1 ililll ar Ilid1 .oiuig, healthy-looking. He i is only (Ycriillh', (i.I., /ilfl'/In''I'llll

AT PIKNNDtXA: F1.\., MASTKK: TKAXSWIKTATIOX'H) OI-FH-I:; P| : its owner :ll'll ) I i ourselves'u I Jill; u little t e.xercise before
With New YoI'IIncl\ Fcrnaudina Steamship TAI.IAHASSKI: :, FIA., February ;a!, KSMI.. j jOn (Monte wao a reasonable dog ; \11 could al- breakfast. Fpll or live miles in the park : ,'i. I 11.1.-IO\\t.-.IIUI'I.i : ( .
and alter 1SSOpassenger \vaysmake: him see the point' without I llu Whl'l I the robins lust come out i is! I hotttt'i'111901tiu'or wonderful I anent I t ol'diiI'U" .
\\ "
Line from New York on 'I'llrH'sllar.lltlO.ao : Monday, February 1
:! H. in., ami 1 for New York on Fl'itlaIII : trains of this road will run:as follows I. aid of u hunting-whiO| \ .tS for his no-e' than t a glass o lt thou best bitters, A walk nt live iil'H! would cure many 11
there never was: ,such a nose hung to a do; t though ) bottle. This occupant of t the 1011 l'. Wi
:'i.10 p. in.; from Nassau:;: N. P., onVednes' \1: 1II'I'c II'IIllll'lt.II.: 11lw'r1
He could scenta < iiail: across for I old on pill-power in nine eases
Nassau hl'"I' | I uray: coming 11,11: leaning surpass )
lav. for N. P., on Wednesday.With
: : : : (: : : ; >
and Florida Inland Strain- J'\:1\I:11 'lLI\-J\T HI I. ty-acre lit Id and l'oulell.II'il\anything except his cane and walking I slowly, seems! to be an not in ('\'I'011'. To hold la hottleof I Miu-ll- 0
Georgia ..
I IHlal Co.from Savannah\ on 'rttetIayciIne ( (latalloodll.l..llair: "at.. :0\1'_ ) si i. ) his rl'plltatll: II til. ;: j'I.t of lois invalid. I His f.ice. pali-; tliough; it I is, and! hug salts lit tluu' hand on account of a headache I-
Leave \ :> r. si I. I dead bird I mih' t I that be the (the at linieii, but toIling
( II : just
Friday and Sunday for :Savannah on .. 'urll'r. Il' 'ar. I hii. 111I beauty Iln11'
day, and ; : Ll'IVl: Tallahassee. .1." (i 011'. ::0.1. and put into a wagon, and, be nevemouthed of I ( and 1111'1'lah'11'1'11 air, the ( II' flit cake into tillh'y., .' -
Tuesday, Friday Sunday. I
With Charleston Steamers (Sf. Joint ami Leave Leave ( :Ioltlc'l.ln.:... 7 IW 10 i I'. siLeave. :si. nor mangled: \ the :all'. WheiItalian bright( un. I Ill' I has! no doubt, J'I'1 shut up and 1 tlll'l walk I furlong III! rl'wlr.llilr t Jt "

, R II!. (:;IJ I'liliit) from Savannah and Charleston: r..I.I\lll................. ". !> 20 Wednesday and Sunday: for Savannah: and Live Oak.ol. ............... 1 15 .\. si. shots, 1"lh' cheerfully came up to spring morning must be to him. much I better.-Ac"' York,S'//lli'II. ,

Charleston: Monday ami Friday.With .\r. .............. !:IMP I .\. si I. licked with the tlrocl magnanimou: : Wlll.il111'lu(1' "'l.x YOI wll.1 not believe, 11/1110./ or, atlir
Steamer Ffam daily' to and from :St.Mary's .eanlulll. ThIIIyil' cNu the fuir\ shout fact: thousands of 7'1llJ
of t that then1
(la., and semi-weekly tt ami from .' party 111"iI' a 1'1111:1 are
) ; .
: i" \ si t. conceal! liiscon. this 'buys nnd lrl-wh'l I In 1K70vi! llml that the carpet induct rv-
Uiver LUllllillAT ." III( no ntl'III' dlldn'l city-- !
St. Mary's / :t.V .
41 rive LakeCity > \ si
\J.IIWIX., H.A., Arriie Haldwin................ Ii 25 .\. ;si. temptuotis J disgu t "' o 11'I"iolhl'! I 111\1' grown Ito 'be almost 1'lllel women then I solitary illllillory '.Inhl.hl.c at I
his mind whose whole idea the i is by
usually : by "
f.ll'\(1 licking II' country 111lh'llhil I Wililm 11" I
With Trains! for Live Oak,Tallahassee\: nnd Arm .1\kIIlIyilll: 7 50 .\. siArrive I. other (I"h llltl' had a bright future before drawn from the city fUrks. They 'have; t I I the uitteuot ho (11Jrl'II1.1; lMr. l I
iVrnandina, ........... :.1 1 .
Middle( and Wot Florida. : -01' siArrive in his famous '
all 1 in the I Hamilton
!points I 111, hit, alas in :111\11 holl'Ill'la.1 Il''I'h'I'1 out of dl', Ild! all they 11 ia I
Gainesville.: .
5ui I' siArrive (.. t that date recommended I "ii olttt'
AT LorilLOOSA, H.A., his : glut's! and from that moment know about trees and grass and flowers/ Ililll'01' ,
Cedar 0 <) o/U'I'I.
and Key il t. M he was rlill 1 'Thewav. of it was!! what ,' I\\ in t the parks, | knew; 11 as an encouragement to \
for all I 11' 1'11 11\0ll'll'al'd
With Steamer Alplui points ; \
) 1.I.XClm: :i: \IX-WEST BU JI.) this : of u long a big who had But though (tlU carpet industry
landings, :" i>n Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular .1ul'ks"I\'ill.laily at.... :'M I'. )1. It was a hot IIil August t al11alar.1! t 11'11'1'\ lot notion,lg' all li'l"w.country WI.' laid I thus attracted the nUl'lliol of I I
Leave ::0: reached I i .
:: \ MLeave aunt his friend 111'1'1 111' 1:1lllt: II walks terraces like (Central; CtingivsU h/lilot any importance
ATiUINKriVILLK: :, FLA., Gainesville SXKiA) ( si. fiery stubble for I hours.! No water;was to, I be 1'1k I A home was 110 It'll0 for him with a for (ho census of 1 Istu lulill" us: that in

With t I :.:tao.!!&' Line t for Ocala i nnd Tampa on Leave Cedar Kl'I. 4 1 :ao .\. ;Si. had', I but I keg of I beer Wil in t the WI au. away out in, 4 XI'Yrk, and t that yeurO.IMI I yards of carpet and coverlid,
Monday, Wednesday. and Saturday ; from Lea ue Haldwin 7 (NJ r, M. Monte was nearly gone up. I II I is f'III1; he was put il 111 t the. night 11'1111" 1111 worth #7,;>oo, were made in Philadelphia.
K-ala a'nd Taui]>a Tuesday! Friday and Sun Leave Luke City !!) -lo r, si.Li hung out n foot or: more 1110 his i.ulpituttiitguioI's : the (Grand, ( ''llrl: 11l'It) His mother 1'11 Hit Htll'II'IIIwl.\) made in carpet man
'aye Savanna 1 .. :30 I'. si.Leave until thecn-
:; indicated speedy db.IHliol. lallaId. a ten-cent piece in the II tll
cia"T CKDAK KiV, FI.A., Live Oak.............. 2 1.' A, M.Ixave unable to procure' water ga\r: him a quart she could spare, fur Il|11 IWIII.11 Ilad. I scant: money living 111.tlil! ami IltdliJI'\'I'l'llh.lltuh'( the late Mr.UigclowsiKt .

With Tainjia :Steamship (!l'M Line for )luli"uI :'Mil. A. si.Leave of, "beer wll1 he lappiil 1 with "ali.f'liol "by making "hil'I". The boy woke the '( 1 Inh'IHlull tin1 newimprovements ,
Tampa and Manatee Monday and Thursday;, Irl.l.I\.lll.. -:::1! .\. si, and ellll I 111.'. He was \ morning i in I 111'1'1111'11 the ,,1111 in I and I in successful I t
; at 4 p. in., nud for Key West: :Sunday and Leave 1"lt llo A (( .\. ;si. Considerably rcfrc.-hi'd 1 the hunt wasresumed. his I life i i lie WI 1.0 I Ic"ltl'r'du. any I I) of I ingrain carpet!* !10)' J power was I In 1
\. Thursday, at (i p. m. Arrive Ta la la-l't: 7 ((.\. :si. Hit Monte; behaved I strangely.He fanner's "boy \\111111., to dl"l suddenly Wl'I\'II.' u mutt 111'1'1111 experiment aiIx
With the United 1 States and Havana Fast 1'<':\" (Tulalw 8 :'Hi i .\. si.IAJIC dashed: about in 1 reckless: milliner and in t the mid-t of busy Hroadway.I Aplca.smt ,"\ f III manufacture of ingrain
," Mail :Steamer .Idll/im for Key West, Havana, .. ." ......10 o.< A. SI.Arrive tumbled over feiletI I lie barked: in I maudlin ; place' I the world vuubol be jfH' in f tli"I county has been marked 1 h\' trll.ts, J JI

i Ihiba: on arrival of Special Train, every Tuesday I .hatlluudl.l.: .11 :{HA.. :t. incoherent way, and quarried, ,' ithont C'IIIIIII1:114: laid out with gravel walks I but constant development.I .\ Vew vear* .,
,. uth'rnooll.it 4.w: p. m. From Havana, ( 'O)NNICT: !() S. cause, with Smith's do; 1l'II'I'lll'IIIIIII\'I' and bronze, slatiii: in the midst of the wheat later Inventions weaving Janmanl Jtru.

Oiha, and Key West every Saturday. :Special : At LI n Oak) daily with the 1\'IIh., Io..t tl control Ids 111 al.1011.1111 lields.Jlnt. 11.1:1111'ilol l I carja't.s Wl'f'completcil. mil I /
I train to cimnect. Florida: 111I'r; Railway to and frm:4a'all.lh over I covey of grouse and in a moment after we iniiit hurry home to breakfast. thl'llr !; fltllrr of this kind: in (the woi Id

With Steamer Kuteriirhf, for points on theSuwanuee : aiuo I ni I ol.tl'l'1, Kastcrn and C''IIt to'a 11'all.int 111 licld mouse( "I X."t. TIIII>'K.Fiovrixu was* ftarti-d. Tulll'ril'l the honor of tl,
: Kiver, (OIL Thursdays! at <> a. J1\. Western: Cities.At I gii'.Iii o '.. I : I'el I rabbits I I : -an I i I indiscivtion achievement N \. .%xunIiuitt'r ('urld.|
For information respecting; routes;, rates, Lake City daily with the Florida Central : wl.ll'l he would) have scorned in '111: I Dus ox A I U: \7 \T Sr',. adapted: only for the ni'Mt luxuriant U
efr., apply tot Kuilroad to and:I from Jacksonville, St. lib sober M'I"I" I I wlIlailll\evident t that Captain Gtorge; Heal thu "II\ known sur til made oxcluslvrlyin Franctand
A. O. MAcDONF.LL( Augustine. 1 Palatka, L'nterprise, and I- England, are .I ill \0\1 I in t boise 4.tltri1
T ien'1 Ticket ami i'as.: .\ I'III. on the St. Johns Kivcr. drunk-drunk as I a tiol.hkr. The next 1411111.0"1' February! : .., about'J tl I hiind I 1"011". Now .IMII"I111"(, ) I "flufO
I) I!. M VXWKLL, Jen'l Supt. 21 At lialdwin daily with the .\tanth', Gulf morning Monte( got up with 1 raging toothache. .<*)Miiiles ),' I 11t1'r(4'U'' m-nt a goiuls are annually uUlk. il .
__ _.. auiolVest India Transit: { tlllli fromFernandina I He felt hnll His hair pulled. I Hit statement to .1. W. l1;lwl. "I I S'liith i isti''tt. IladllwrrulIIOUlt believed 1 httojmit,
; TIlE "'I.OIUn.\ Gainesville, I Ccdfir: Key, and he seems! to lou II'arI of the drunkard's the New \ Ujl'lt of the \...I.1 .''I. t. tllu:1 | nf thosuniukind ,
with s>t earners for Tampa, J l'"t andHavana. IIxill, '111 hair lt list' olug i. -rood for the I The lriJ belonged .,. Southard, ol ",I,II 1r11" '. and uiioortthan 1 is

II I bite, and ho &'( ; followed; Mallard Hllllll. Mnlne., and was- .I|1,1 tll".. :11 !made! in (h ireat. I.\.. .. TheCeiitrnnial: ( 1 l KJiiiiitloii .\-
IMPnOYKMKNT: : COMPANY At (ioattaloos: whee t three times weekly with downtown, mil 'rung in' on him while bit 11. 1"11'- "- 11- January- .11 '1;ew "fl.u n: at IpMla ici.iiia| lirE i obik'uitt) I lit'
TOW the People's Line and Central J.hl Hoatstoand was taking I matutinal whisky and tansy. with t crew c.!lil men. On Fcbru.irv Oth "eves of til world to the gigantic I -trio k's

from (Columbus, KuStula, For Gaim-s, lalar,1! ,stood treat ami Monte '1 i.....I in I Captain Heal Wil oil I ruf on ,,'hi1 ,\llrll had madu in the' manufacture ofcarpets.
Apahichicohi, and other River landings.irKligant [ olds-lock ale. \'rall"ali'r" thought he laid hCI'1 /Moating t three : :, the n.ol' .
: Sleeping" and Parlor Coaches it was funny fora dog 1111( : '11.t 111.jut gone down with the crew. was Within! u few years tliU lndiiMr ha ilcvdopcd -
: Ferimmliuti, \VooNlmulT and Luca.s Patent, run daily he. self, and ", icy il\'it., |Ww.r Monte .to take very rli, exhausted I in mind and Imdy I tnhiicli un c.\tfiit that our prolut-
It. 1C.And 1.1I1f' t\1 Tallahassee and Jacksonville. another, and uouuoot the iijK-horof it I it wnl several dayn In-fore Ju(' "''111,111\1'\ tOI of caiM-tM| is now larger than that of
on grOuK-k time, mre connection, ticrfeftsafety. was he went home that night IIrlllk.r t than I an account of (Jl wreck. When t Wi UI other country in the world, In 171

('('(Iur Key..i E1)IA1'LflT: (\'r. I Jot noised around I town that Monte! : out I gale tli'l.I, which begun, toleak. 1'I: )lllci held the Miprcmacy of tlie worl in

.__JiU-tf t _Master TransM/rtation... | liked 1 nwl'cr'IIjlr luyiui tu Im.i"hll. The gale continued that ni/ht ali this line, 'bait in robbing her of -iO.ouo.UJO" ot"
: The i-onscquencu was (but he 1"'UIII'a the next day. About !9 o'clock in the morning ('U.tlll'J'lii-re ut ''IHI, we have diplac
-. NOTICE OF IX'OIU'OI.'rIOXJ ).4)t. JI' iH-glcHcd 'hM I business. I Jlisbcaiitiful I while all bunds. were at I big that supremacy.
( TIIK; eyes 1t'(1UIl red and rheumy and hUilkcn sea came nhoanl, More the 1111. tilledthe The decline il Knulish: i ImiiortutioiK ("f.Bru" "
Offers to lessees and lurchasen a large fOJ.U ItAILICOAD C'( I'.% Y. coat got "II )'. He frequented the I vessel HO that she mink in live minutes. tape.'lry in the United I Htati ha*

and desirableIn AUTHORITY OF AN ACT OF TIIK: bar rooms, and 'lai.1 I;irilvilatill'to drink.When h C'IIJtull Heal I t tried to launch Hie I lift-bout, fK'1 e\'I'1 l- more Ilrkl.I thun that (I tle I'J- ,
t BY
number of the eligible '
ino Legislature of the 1tltllf FI"rid(' bard j '. hu woiiM I run ills face >curried down with the \" -II.llltru'I It.t!in jl'llrul! ,
: >t*, suitable for Business I'urpuM-s, or fur ttll11 art to ()\' ( I 1.1' with the lMr-kcfjr. Monte made frequentfflortH l.I.t "I wink to a nm"llll'rIIJIl In l> til ) of Philadelphia alone pro-
of lUiilrouds and Canals, to reform. Hut dog-tlifh i is weak. tl'ptl. .llh'/l'Jt, goe on, "and when I due.>d OIK* million tnortyanlstifcurpetMtnaitwere \
4 Sty or Suburban I'etjidences, and aj'i rovil February I'), 1H7, notice inlereby After a day or two of abstinence he would the vuriacu'. again I saw the life-Unit pn-huitl in the whole ijTjitt'oI I'\turlll\

.. given, as required by said act, that u ilunge into a deeper Ihmull.JI HI heiVfiit ulx.ut twenty) yards to the h'I'\\'lrl of lt 1170.
UPON }:'\SY TKUMS.: company has been fornusl under the namw on from bad to 11' 11..t'r beoiuing with second mate and one sailor 11 it, It firmsl range to look Iu.k to the Ifghining -
Of the FEKJfASMS.l AXU J.u' llfX"ILLE H.ur ( alarmed M-rvol notice 11 all whiiky hit they ''ml not pull to me, as they had of this interest urll'ull its ftcudy itt -

: Discounts on Value allowed to EOAD CP.\S\ L invested with all the shojis not to let Monte have UI.tII Hut I lost 11 ie oal. I got ontiuuiuuuei1t.toiown'ck.agit \'l"Illlt. until IIW th. market I.
"r'Liberal rights, ltWCI lr'Il'ali franchisesconferre all to no purHB| Ha found means: to get which lutllrukt.u from the deck of the an t-xjiort trade (tJul to fit
parties engageil in manufocturinjr or Indus umn ; (I under trunk c\'lr)' day. Other dog bc./an toll"k j' after-bonne.I They were about eight feet mire) ha* cprung up. Hut in r't.II.In' |

: trial enterprises, who will end on the property said act for the purjioxe of (c-onstrticting, lown on him. Smith". dog-u ndM-rable I long and two broad. On these I gradually I ( glance we cannot fail to gain I u ,'fl}
: uaintaining, and oft-rating u Ilailroad forublic uui'ouigrel-ti.it hi* IU'Juailtalc'I'1): the I I drifted away (ruin the life-boat. Had the I n I Illustrative I I of American iiucnuitvAmeriuin

: J!. purcliaswl substantial! improvements use in the ('01'e'nm'of j>f r'otn and tih' ami (M-nch-lcgs rcpirdtil him u |I II mate and hi. only (companion in the boat "ltt'rlrlS and Amcriiim fiirivS

:f residence in which to conduct their roiicrty, I,ity that was more {ailing to hi* proud nu- ;itlre C.\.I a light fil.t'ur wood they 'ull"tlru..1 .\ Ingenuity machinery todutlu' '
for or The main line of faid ItariKi!! will be than ftuiteinpt. Finally the end ,.11('. their hUlt 11 !to rauh .> onetime work hucrt-tool'.ore dona by hand : {ntcrpri'' in (

'lUsill(. about twenty-one miles in length ; will be After an Iluluall. protractidebauch! I formal the r.olutlol jump nffthe II.il first to t'lllllt In what, inan LI'S,
MANrFACTUIt- roiut'trtitte4 l 111.twl.u a jxjint un the .\tlaltl I Monte *;' I Jt would bris- I II j raft and swim to ,ut the distance. 1'lu.1 e'xoentuteuut; nd 'U' Yillftil
JXUUCEMKNTS. Gulf anti Wot India Trmtit ,, il I tie up at imaginary tof ami tltl shrink in j wa* too great and the
.:rt.5, by exemption fur a tenn of years from \as-suu (county, and the St, Johns River, at the iiiott abject IICle Imar.inur' ? wards night 1 tlrt.111 my lunuU every two 1.1.I. il}Ilhhil'the. ),tudu'fut tot
U' about the city (Jr Jatksojiville, ali I assailant Then he would come or three'ulnUI. encourage thciii.mid they I >-$the few (Il'h I \ '
taxation, otfereil by the i-evenil IitiaI1(1 lo through i-art-s of the. (-.tiiititTt of :\ .-wi oiiit on nothing, ami again lie wll lim i riturnil l thl signal. We inu-t hare tlI |irt'iiti
to mitt Hun. J. N. HAItltlMAS, tIt imaginaryau about the )ytmi; afi. {rct- I a mile apurt then and the gap was widening.Ax IIT.S.4IL.LHg c* that < pwe! in the industrial
tOWW.l.1) ,. D. t:. MAXWELL.C. ting them' in a (-tzuucr hark fur hour at vuancy. t night fell ami I they began tof. lufnuuluy j wurl.l-tlt drifting of fn.l.ri11
jlserOfliee cr. Beach & 7th iU", renalwna. %VICKLIFnvrLl. i He couMn't .li 1 f he couldn't eat ;1 cixht I felt that it wa our b>t K-paru-& .t'ulr\ the Luul ml.I'ltlcwJ.t )

l&- f J (wIJCI; a. J'h.1 March 8t UHI.ol: I lie couldn't d'l anything 9 that** was );Ililt thou, I howl la few ('rdt1 'in my lux'kct, 11. J\iftrrt. 'hka94.

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it f THE: bt'LOlhiA.i\LiUiUIt.{ : I r for disnuty: but rather for confident' 855(1( tm nnsT vo\anissio\AL---------i nis- huge 1 that the attention toW, attract((t I of Indian: hostilities: has 1 been, favorably lt.I": 'thel'tlt'11dLir reported
House on
The Ienlucrati.IItrty four TltH'T. Florida and the fact that so ( upon in h"tt :\
I unce. } : ('nr.lllg" many !
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: :: :: :: .n: ; I with the same enemies, stormed their entrenchments The 1 Ilepublicini' (Convention in the First t 111'1 mining i in from the North wi ,trl'l ill 1 10oitiol: to : Illellal'
s.1 TI/UJ.f: l MATJ' I to
Y. 1880. occurs:
'. and won a\ ;glorioushtory.and' { District, which met at Tallahassee on till lith en our claim Oi ='IHhCII l'tonlllll'l'r

ii' it will) now proceed 1 on its march. with the ill+t., after twoday.s't : wrangling; : made nomnation In the meantime it is i to be. hoped I mil iI ( .lelll (Heard(, the agent of the
ii 7'1": lU11'llr.IC.I.Y C.Ull'.lIa.The A. his to obtainearly
CI"il'k'I't ('. lIlar. tread of a troop nf !soldiery for ("stl2re+s 111 the iic-rsmi of Mr.ieorge Sc-uators! nlclleprI'ltati\* will uuiakt' : i illlt"fntiahl in efforts

Ilcpuhlicnn party in (this :Slate has: I passjttg: !':. throiitrh; a howl injr mob ; yetI I ( \\'. Witlll'tIIOII.\ ofJctVersnn.! When .strenuous! exertion( on Illh:11 of our ( Ilion mi the t'Ollt,". Those who

held' ( its 'OI1\'I'IItoll! nominated: its candidates I not with the arrogant nsKertioti: that blight I Ii a nomination for {Congress;; j i" made by one ofthe berland. Sound (the :t t. John's bar )' are familiar with the difficulties utl'l\1IIg .)

aniiouine-d its platform'., and through i is, right," but with the ddibctnte powerwhiih political )parties it becomes a matter. of already( provided for) as .will ""I'll the IW.'I'I'ill/ "f Congressional t I legislationto 1

t F the; speechc's of its loaders, raised the cry comes with the l'OIl"I'i'IU"III'' : : of a I Interest to all ( iti/cns of the State" to know able action in the committees and, settle :such claims can appreciate the importance -

which it expected: will summon their( hostsfor : duty to I,,'rflltl II. It i is: to guard: the timehonorci I qualifications t I of t the nominee! tube I elected I the t two house Our will be of Colonel r.card's continual t presence

is the campaign' We will sayat once that .. ) iiiHtitutioiis if this lountry fromunthinkin.i to represent them at \\'a.llillgtll". .\ State disappointed' 1 if such l 111111 I is not Ial I on the spat to forward the requisite-

l1 wethluotregard, : any of I lie-so as: formida, I' .; null I tumultiioiM assault, and it I' with) comparatively so "I\1I1\; population a* the Senate the representation< of i action on the I bill, without which those in

'l ble.AS I will do !s.i' ut whatever p('ill ".. Florida needs at Washington, men of. character equal; (ti o that of any other Mate" and \ Fle\rlt who 11\1 claims on account of tlieschostilitic
to the* candidates! they are\ :so gene-rally( 1 I benefit. this
II derive
and inllucnoc. Senators their :share mi fl'OI
I ul.ilt.\ tact, intelligence our possess 111 ,\ : 1':1
known both to character and 1'I'I''I'lllhat
as r.tLMHTi'o on i'ALMi'Ai* h :. I The proper' presentation of matters of. publicimportance ence i is shown by the place accorded to claim. _
it will nut be to remind leaders ASIH.NCITO.V, May
our i.
t necc'ssary:
l Some attcntinn was drawn to this subject( ( to the houses! of. (Congress: thc'jlldid"u" upon( the stal\1Il ('Illitl':, I'nited
of either The of both, I life tn have, fascination :
: platforms parties( Congressional seems
t nml I to. be earnt.utlon, will be
a or two !since, when was obtained C'III'l'ul lalJ. C'I"lell'lIt.
I have 1111 longtime been in most I Iw l'arlil'lIll1t:1: year patent i for; those who have once engaged in it.
', the respective committees to induce by our representative's' t i in both hlu"
by Dr. .lames: I' Herron, nfVa: so nearly alike that IIIlhl'l'rr easily heprepared looker-on it does not
one ( the
I hut to veryelcsirahle.
i \ ; n. C'., for, the m mufactiire of plper'', an examination ami fa\'I'alI., report, the { 'Oi "l'I. ll'1
which might be kept standing I by I ii.tanrecrtainlyleudsCUrhatt-
from. the fibre. The ability nnd influence to bring i'l1'h :
palmetto' -peiimensproduced 111'1:11'11hl'lOl'l'
the to he off short I itLoonr The constituent at home
rI printers: printed on notice 71 .I1:7 ment to the View
\ I Wl'reInl Isfactory, hut in this: as, ill the House, to make explanations, toanswer
merely changing Hairs:' From' the I 1 While tcncral( (Irani has bc-cu in thinks his'repre-sentativc a* occupying I
lear and convincing
all other inventions considerable time has : objections: to give
':, "pe-eclics ofthose who lead the thought of the, a speeches \lrilll'points, ( bearing ':? :seat in the councils of the nation, and if he-
to be in to readi reasons: for the or
employed experimenting' II'a'lIte
I )party' we can learn most of its:' real sentiment I-! I ; l'IWdillJ, all to thegood order, good, feelingaiul IO has been' to "'II: I the most Satisfletnrynull CI'lIlIlIlIlil'all'I'i'l1I1t'4: granting the proposed' appropriation' t reuiic 1\.t
*. the south : himself thesccneso: rtohiseyes.:' exhibited
We gratified, to he able to state that <| not only : and integrity of HlI'"IlllIlol'ator"fthl.
In, his speech' after receiving the nomina; ; loll'ot or lUaine \'t' the red. in the engraving of the HrdamtiolIlIelrl'l'1I111'1'I.
and This i
the inventor, who has: fur :some time been ('hal'alc'I hit "kil experience.' lag
lion for Congress I in the Second( )District)i \1 shirt, and in the of of \\'I' he to :step into the
skill i is the result illt'nt.
knowledgeof 1,100.1'
in his, hasreached ,
(isms: ); enunciates: in the manner in whic(lr'l ) ) perfecting process, "I Ixll'l'il'I\'I' withmen ; and a spirit of gallery of the House and ask hi* coloiedfriend
a point whiih will enable I him, to human nature 11,1 acquaintance; I Iatrit"l "I'I'cIlliatilll
it will probably) continue to be euu11tii t t a strong man I is ncce-ssary, in the front to move up and give
and methods of lat \
1 put into practical operation the manufiu'ture : II"i\ :ollthl'rl
the only Issue: of fundamental gove'rnme-nt the South but to he wemldlook doa
:seat' upon very
) have been keep hill 1
of paper' I'ruin the palmetto' tihre. : "I Congress always as: a I 11'1'I'all'
\ which his: }party meatti raise, that 01'11 consolidation :such fiery spirits ditlcrcnt scene than :< pictured to hill
h'lrtnl : h.II
i class the ablest influential I t'lh1
The! saw-palmettoor low palmetto: / found, IIlel 10.t 11'1' ;
\ 01'I"wct in the Federal iovcrn-, butt. There in Florida. a / f. : than half of the desk are vacant -
ill all the (iulf Mates" and( l in ( ieorgia' : near bers: of (Congress, u on. i 1'l'lllt of. their long i are Ilrf( \ < More
meat Of course' he misstate-: : till! positionof of immigrants from Illinois we I is tresticulating t to
continuance in utlice. and ; ; some: one xiolently
the coast t and sandy parts' of the country.This .
the 1 Democrats 1 as willull of the! Republican 1 l takes at least CoVgics ional t them to :say if, sei far as Florida is tsarll'sth( Speaker i in the chair, whose arm
: one : :
will form the of
: primipal' :soime :' I
"speakers, (' will, therefore, content there is truth in the allegations of must ache with the constant wielding of e his ,
of the fibre.; TII'I'l'lIr" three other kinds' (trim h to. 1 Irani to he useful, or in the common any
ourselves:) for the present wthsaying: that it the Hurlburt as: to the spirit of ll .' wh'l mallet ; n heavy: ground-swell, of
of the palm-the blue palmetto which : ( to 11'11'1 '
I crows
WII'IIIII insult to any audience- suppose' it 1111'1111\ 1'1\1' whether the laws are not noise and confusion pervades. the chamber.'
in I the h.imtnoi: +, the large :satvpaliu'tto' The ': which 1' l'l'I'It
,' : t .o ignorant as to believe. (Democrats) : con- frt 1I1.IIIri"'il'allualilCalioll authority of t the I'liitcd :States 1'lwowl.t A very few per-on seem to he paying any
'I and tile cabbage palm.' The iiiantity of we the Republican) (Convention,
r I tend that they should not obey the decisions | presume and all the elutics : as: attention at all to the :speaker, unless i is: to
palmetto' ) in I I'lorida of the different pctics' composed: 1 overwhelmingly I colored" people ot'I"ldtzl'Iohil
i'' of the :Supreme; Court, denounced 1 by IIt' II performed as in any : ( interrupt him, whill majority of those: in
f "' all of which i is available for. }paper manufacture had in view was that :1i Witherspooiiwas I
1'' Slate Convention. We !shall re-serve: the' We would further ask: the settler their seats are reading newspapers or writing
I 1 I. immcn The inner and newer' ),hlk, was one. their own race; secondly ;
I I' full discussion: i of the geneial question' of 01 Illinois i a'h.'therthcplmplr of ('h I,I letter*; and the constituent may !
\ growth leave will be used for the 'liner description that he was il'a)1" \lllltk
1''l"tc'rlllllllhll'IIl'C' to a future article. TheOelult'ratsiced I 1rl'lhl.t.nfI'II' brook placing the fliers in isthiyl'u11gresss ? is this: our National .
tlc surprise ;
of the and lc c\i
l'apI'r.1II111 outer sperfect nately neither of these 111\'l'
) not, however, fear to go to 'l"ulil'lItiol of the most i ignorant, and Legislature, charged with all the great in-
Ic.iu-s can he used for; common paperof : ( any weight in Congress. 31 WitherspooiiWould IIII'llIlldl'lt
.M i the country this: Issue: *. Kven: the dullest I' '
upon erate t portion of t their interests t of ( ocean
) any : (country extending; ('OI
all kinds. take a back scat and J Jar> utterly use lol'lla I
( : or the most: t wilfully )blind cannot in the than Southern whether to ? Is body? Such
j t It has: been reported I that only t the :lems. 11'41"1 powerless to accomplish} anything IIOpl'lo Il1et ocean thl'4lltlirt\.1
4-ml fail to Hrceivuthetruth' e>f the old adage would he-ing .whipped' Ilto" (' j is the :surface view, and it N i not n pleasant:
could. be usiil. This we learn i is an error, for the State or his constituency: -black orwhite.
( rule which, will work
: I t that It 1:1111'"r: not such Congress i is neither dignified, elelihera-
sure on :
lt :01'0
i ,4 that the stems: and leaves: : are all made useIf. Contrast for. a (moment I Oll'
which )
1 1th WilY: That power' the RepubaiiM tll'I".ililll hut nor industrious( as a body. The least: t
d;, t I The peninsula' i : of( Florida, and c.-pei' 'ial- of this colored preacher: utterly'lt sea, ,
(- now use to their advantage may beat 1:1)11'OllIIL con n 1:," 'oxn LXWAHIXCITOX valuable members: are those who make the
i \ )ly the portion near the ruaste1116raue: \ an out influence, with the active .
1\ another time turned against; them. The illf"rlatiolllllit ." most noise. One individual from the West
l immense area "I! country covered with the labor) of Mr. Davidson. who has se May >, ll
t : people of California would ihink It'l'tr I is.said to one-tenth of the time,
The losing: months of Congress occupy all
and valuable for little el. C'lll't'll for his constituent.the 111'1'111thl'
sltu'-pal11lt'tto' *e. i
i hard If the United States to interfere 1'lIrJ"1li"l
were I hear praise hint Doubtless his
t busiest" 1I' i"lth'eol'k i is then CII'
The I'alllo cut with sickle. in the lliver and Harbor Hill / ;
1'1IIIm.ttoll'a\'l'lI' a : appropriation '
the hands of the lt al
( mill take from :State Courts
egotism i is all there is' of hint The serviceable -
t :
closed so far as the coiumitcc's are c' '
blade bush hook. with and for; diflcrcnt localities and has
or ) great rapidity eight ,
: that
fellow like DKXXIS) 1 :\lIS.\lIlIIt
n ; yet 1 is the clearheaded
Congressman well-poised,
the bills: have their place on the
can be gathered hchlml the run i'rII women hi.s: weight and influence1, tllkl'l
1 what is liable if the ln'l
i Is just t : to i occur agitator 1I'l'f"I'h'cll'r who
man can
and children to be baled and of service the endar, and those who are interested: in 11'II"ult'lIIallen',1
of the pullieprurehappcu+ to he working III transported.After t two terms: to passage ot otll'r
of leaves will to benefit the -:tlte. It result now pace the corridors, : place the Iltl'n.t14 : c'ol"thll'ntg properly '
ths interests of the party dominant t in the being cut a new set grow-, important measures: :
before will be careful
Federal (lovernme-nt.. out each year, and the :-IlIl'plwilt be thusperennial. would' be suicidal: for the First: lottid t to tcr1'icunlg their members: C'IIIII 1 I (1I" a I'ollllllitrl; \111
to that i is made the im
I !. .\IIIL.tl! of palmetto, well coercd supplant' this able and industrious: sitting in the :galleries and express tlllt see I report (covering
The old story which l wastoldsothrilllnglyin : 1 facts of his case and will when it is
In ) with strong; roots: will yield I several tons of member/ by man who has: no qualifications the time occupied by so many> to thl'l portant
lK7H( is again told by )((1' UIKHKK: IKsn. I placed the calendar lose no
}\ I leaves and stems. for. t the place, and whose presence t there would 1 important: Iltl.t". upon : opportunity
t t
emucrnts I : The process manufacture: i is by reducingthe rcllIrl the representation of the :State for all There I is: a tendency to levity now on of bringing; it before the House.: I cer-

floor of Congress not so common in certainly is: not a very agreeable} business
leaves to pulp' and by chemical treatment practical much as though there
r (Tiimcnt, that they would at once Iou disfranchised purposes I" for to remain in their seats throughthe
and enslaved. The Democrats) a.s with other materials for paper': it i is WI'f.1 vacancy. He would. be the solitary times ; it has even 11\III..1 the dignity Il'lhl'r
and wearisome of hills
long reading or
Senate: and jokes are cracked ami quips
made for the machines which the House1. r"I
ready manufacture rl ('I'lllltl'I'
did thispredictesl "llrl'llll'lhl'rin
1 tltil get IlIttll"'WI'r, and yet not only discursive debate, but the Congressman whoaccepts
quirks brought into to point a
take f the various ).:ru.ll'lI.. : >' good: who understands the H.t'i"t'
not at lcm lli.l'l
catastrophe: place once, : an must devote himself to
or adorn :speech.In .
The j'drnteeltas.uercd, in manufacturing importance of a good representative, would I celtion
t hut to the day there has been
up present: : no.Mgn all I that such an The attending
this is the of the
eif its taking place Will even the mostrcdulous : an art kit' of palmetto parchment as: strong' vote tt.r(1': ( Withcr-poem in order to give fat : now spirit' to matters ell'ciol: before the lpll'4.

<- of the i black 1 1: people continue tolielievp firm, pliable' anff much smoother than that him $.VKM) per year, for which he ('lll'l'ltl'r old times. The ,press treats: grave : ( a good! deal of u member's 11rl'lrtm'lt'4o'I'np )
with and fun '
light pokes !
1 who have failed made "t'"klll: We have a "specimen' which 'equivalent to the :-itlh'. railery> utl'I-
so signallyin 101
}prophets tion, particularly in the case members)
1 'can be' wa hcd, rubbed) and manipulatedlike in lieu of argument, and appeals to ot
: a theirprerlirtions} ? : n\' ( : ,
cloth without injury to the writing. It GI 1'I'I.W: AWKOl'RLiTlOXS.I crowd whic.I surround the "" 11'l'rl'-OI'lItilJ '111111'1l-"l'lh'll
his it i is
.\ for the remainder
+ yf : speech) post-ollice, and other mutter
arena as its: largest old most t uijui 1111. -
be manufactured which will
can : ( at a price
made) up of vituperation 1It'1I'illll'lIt ulIIIIlrn'rj'art Very felatt.t:1: in Washington: are settled require attention. lousiness: is claimed
audience The pulpit even has '
( 1'11:1)11I1I.I'IIIIII'lIt") for which '
,! nature, such as surprises us in a : parchmentis upon their merits. Thl'otlti.'aly the tuiIL'.o behind in the that it i is
place for the utteraiu'es of Joe' Millers, elcpartments
man of 31((11. HISIIKK'H. intellectual standing.He ; i used to be' written upon' it and introduce States 11'1' equal, and all their plhll intere.sts not to matters and
I the of easy
popularity sought at '
t its: general' use for conveyances, land of- expense J1.t takl'l1 UII't
attention. The
I hII1'1I" that Ac is dc-lcrmuicd to elect t the entitled to equal principal ( and upon, and a personal \ioit: I member ofCongress

r, I ,,'hllieit: II fl' and =National ticket ; that the lice receipts' i'tc. The mint important feature busine-ss of Congress: is making;': appropriations 'rl'1c'o dereney. U 1 the '
only tn.t't'ur'pruial't
The of this state of I
I' of the use of the palmetto' t for; paper: is coiiseque-ncc tlC 1' way
!Democrats) are e-ovvunN: ; thin they had 111)elseuf ; the principal'; aim ot 1I1'IIIII'J ofCongress attention.Finally .
mind is i that i sacred, i:
that it will of its\ nothing : nothing
justice; that 1 they had "tlll11'lIh''' ; yield sixty per cent weight N I: tu get for their OWI States: lot
member has
receive and
sciious ; life js a farce, all are 1Ihl : ; 1
that Hiicli Chandler was in heaven ; that heswore in paper: ( product. their :share hit all they C'III out of the public 11 rl/ 'f
<>nf of his: constituents who visit
all events: ludicrous cKath i is: a joke. ti any : :
i by the r'te-rnal: I iuds; (showing a poly.lhei.nt 1' are infoimedth.it a company: ha beenorganised 1111'"I'I'y large tier! of appropriationsliirharenot 11'1 This.. duty i is and
this be pleasantly
deteriorating' \.II"hilltllll.
in for the immediate' IIIl..t nercssarily
: which must have "shocked, his religiously ; Washington; \\ ,llllIlt. in their nature and gracefully( Florida
by Senator
demoralising.There t i performed
t t\ inclined hearers), and he would wade manufacture of what they designate: as palmpaKr. (( are :Mibje-c to the will .,t Congress, lie in the unIt 1\1'
I' | .\t present the p.dm' material will begathered I i I is, one large class of \' : J'ltl''I'ltatIIlhOIh: it must
through l"'111111. At this point the rcporterMaid matters: 111 eivcting; puhlirbnilllings, improving be ,
I I"). : Hilt we will follow the Colonel no"further : and reduced to pulp' in Florida, or rivers: ami harbors, and in new mailroutes Washington: who aie to be Iiil'cl, the time,*"IIII'I-I. : l'IIII.III'r on

wherever obtained, 1, and tilt' lull shipped to' ants unthegu'ernnu'tt : to a large '
i leaving us in doubt as to whether :oul.lll| 'to ,11'III.hil'' |>ensign extra
of for the the pi' a re of manufacture.Wo : etc. whom hope has bcckonc 1 on to I'LOllll1'1)1,11' HOSTILITIES -
t I i ho I lacked 1 the requisite length: leg pay, l'XI.t 7'11

1! \t I Colonel's favorite, }laollrm': or whether it was congiatulate; the' I people of Florida: The first effort ),1( a Congressional{ : delegation tice from the government, delay \ CLAIM.

', i ; r because) he realised that the blood' I would upon thl'l'o"p"c.t" of the opening I / "I'll new which desire's: appropriations: for rin'J jX'lunucnttartthe sure portion ; no Wepublish to-day the rcmrt' of the ;Senate tj I

\c'' : 1 have to be; furnlshe-d: by his fellovv-cilucos industry: and the ulili/ation of what ha> jI j alt harlNirs, would. be to get represcutedUMIII how honest: or how nuwitorioiis' the ; (Committee on the dahl prcscnted by V

I ) there in convention avtcinhlcd, as well as I loo/:a i hitherto considered nut only worthier( i, | the C-ommittesj of Commerce', which may beit has tl1 through a process: : t1 i the State of Floli.la f.ir: rlllmtbl'll'lt iii'the

by those with whom, although; of t the opposite but a noxious occupation' of the ...il. Welook consols nf 1tI'I'1 members in the IIoii.su seems to have been contrived only to l"II'Jl'XI"-111l1 1 by the State for sup

I a J party, he was: in the habit of friendlyIntercourse. forward with pleasurable' anticipation I and nine in the enaU' .\ member) of the .petition is jire.scntesl ; it is rcfenvd to 11'1'ooill: lt Indian hostilities in Floriela, CM--

f to the time when we :shall HOC halo of 1..11-1 House Ilan,1( on this committee will desire', {'oII h'c 4111 Claims, which has: "I"iolll hy tl Iutll'I'lk of the Seminolc

lIe also said that if the Republicans hadbeen I II mctto( "r j palm K>a\c.s crowding; our tint to Jl't 11 he (':1 ro'l his own Cougre'ssiunal : more t than U thousand claims before i; Indians in IH.VV-O. 'ht t facts n'l' Itutl..1 in

(in tlll'l'hu'l."f the Democrats) 1M7' ) houses, and U subject of market quotations, I District lulu II I'x for his State. Theamounts I cannot l,c taken up out of order; it the* rei irt.

and claimed that they} had elect til their Ties': ,I and when this will take: its .place among; the are determined l lI.t.:01 11Ilh by ,'xamillatol; Whl'l examined it must 1\ The rnited States. lul'hasl 1 in 1'.i 7 liondsof

'{ ident that they would have .o1'uh'llailll. Do; j I\'a.lill and prolitable industries of our State. the neve-sMty or \due of the propo>ed improvements ported to the 1'\1 roiiunittec ; if the State of Fl.rllu, wllih hal beenissued

not h.tI" deserve this reproach again. | The prc.scnt article is in part written ii|>on as they arlr the value and is rciMirtctl 1 to the IIou.se :11111' ( : i to pay the expoiiseof the suppression

The UKV.: HICK followed in speech, in \: palmetto t"I'I'r..f) the kind suitable: for new- strength: t"!) of jwlitieal majotitic and "locali happy' exjsvtancy u\nitJ the i .i>.,age of lt the t hostilities, to the amount of *ttO/u.: <

which he told his bcurers hut I they weivnoi | pajk'r; use, IIII.th' Bull. it better than any ties. To accomplish this -oy.h'l: of give MIL Alas there are thousands of lis bearing interest at seven j't.r cent., and used

only going to U* enslaved but rcdiuetl to a other I.illli1' have .seen.Yo hope )before i and tak.h. to IK' rosorte-1 I to ; and alter the I the calendar, and I must take its the-- l.nll as an investment for the Indian

state of va-ssalage: *, and that the Republic-nils I very long; we :shall be able to print, the I c''llitC" who are naturally able. to theintere'st come up .'1 private bill day. Private Trust: ('dudu' part eV the principal or

would defend their (the blacks') rights- J/V( <'"/iiMtii Florida palm .paper. I ,of their own locality, have .secureslappropriations I day' c''II'; in a whole day but hal.a interest ha.> e.-ver We'll j-aid. but the bonds

their utbt'rworks ca>es are ilfopusctl of, Mitl tho matter arc held still with accumulated interest
without, however, mentioning any partieu- { lil 1\\1 1..111' as a
," lar cH-e-asioit: outside Ill'n question ofjvoliiieal 11I1IV10.\ MIL 11; II: llICKS. : are onsidcrcd: as I will I. 1'I""at 'I over. I is an ah.-olute necessity) that claim again.st" the State. The joint n..lutiul
advantage, where they had Incunvd I The action of the :Senate III rejecting; theluiininatioiiof to conciliateenough of thc rest: of thellousoin claim business and pension bll"lit1s hue pru1XLsts to submit the enicstion. of the

( either 111.'llIl1lar."Xltell"C: or jK-rsoiial: risk to )Ir. ,y. \\'. IIkkn' think, I 1',11 la prevent opposition) to the NIl I i J out of Congre-s. mil re-le-gatesl' to amount due* the State to the Stcre-tary of

t\"l'nll the said rights I will meet with ;:1'lIl'r,1! itpprov.il. The A Mate* with a 11111 representation in : tribunals eJongre'ss, : I'al then act by u War for examination and re|>ort. and it is

J The REV. WitiiKiJ-si-oox, in u sjnveh' at [ position ,if Su" ,"'r\'I i'uuof' the Census |i.> one 1 Congress i i.. mtt u in a condition to uhtl(11 justice appropriation ; but nult't'e'rtailtt'lallil+, tII11'rol"I'1[ to obtain an appropriation to

: iainc'svilU: : fulluwt'l the same ideaand u'"- 'I which ..h.1l1hJlltin'lI: to Mtnic !gukll lu..iutw.. I in those appropriations, much le->.,to Tl'win' for the smalle'st to\ll must 1,11hlfon' 11\'l'l the amount whidlla be rei I"rtod by ,

r .t.ttl'l his sucred ruling: 1 by the blasphemous | man who would faithfully i"-' n'orm it-s duties. : fl\'I .. I U by the* hurde-st: that a I, ;:1'0.1 the available time of the Secretary$ of War to IK clue the State.Mr. '\

1 statement that Abraham Lincoln, Joiis'iiristandd'cneraHirant w hit h are entirely, u business nature. The li"t hold can In.1 obtained in the appropriutions I should( ''K.- given to the general 1'1111 from the ('ulm tt'C on :Military '

<< '' ; ; were their saviours.At objection! :Mr. Hicks wus, that white hewa I by a Mate withcmly! twoorthnx1 11I{I bills, which frequently COUT .\fin: submitted the flowing re-

the :South: we may ecrtainly.duringthcwholu I > by profession u minister ot the ;:,.v..1'| el.he .. 1 I..hers' but j in the Suiate they, have thdr''luul1 I J fifty jut,1' and demand much more IH'r:

campaign. look!;; for speeches :a\e was in pract ice u .radical( |x>lituiun, .p.Jinral I chance i, t tion than they get. 1""r.1) has one The; CuutMUttt Oat MUi'ary Ajfair, b wowuurvftrrttl "

'. on the C tl'C Ciainis: Mr. ) \' : tlujuiut (;, (. .' directing .
1 those* of an ine-endiary t-huracte'r. btumpsiK'akcr I jurty 'llIi"OUI': > He Petty crevk* ami a"kl'\\1 and almost l i! 'UIIII 1 TJ)
leader eU.r Jr4iu had tit for which unnamed of the* 1st District, who has ekve>ted the j&rrrttiry itf for Trenntni t} <.ljus
Altogether: the Republican moreover, no lies.-+ u place rln'r ul.II'utnal'I'reve-ive approiii ,',( settle Hit ttrJuuli Itrttcetn fur 1 ,. t,1
of Iw-'ing supported l at the* public ex- requires an ucv-urate and dlscriminutiugmind priatjum> the\urtltt'rnuutltaurelMJpuitu= : f time* and attention to this troublesome i i.ne tVule* aitil the Mate ,fYvrtUt, lucre hud the

I 1.I'US' in Washiigton, have uduptiil that clear Marl aiul. uu aptitude fur .tath- Sum'., while the iniM| >rtant rivers and harI I >s-in which his constituents have, HIM uu
amo style of dee lamat ion which hasbroughtDEXXis 1 ti'fhl' President has }hivn tvuliarly j unfortunate bors of the ..lhtr "'alllltel. mvive but ever, very little Ilt'nt. j rrjtjrt :

I ) : KIUKNEV to the tuimu end elsewhere ; in his selection of rubul lurtUanitcilillu scant attention. Our \\1 .eaetust hue, extending I I The j'eritxl l for the adjournment of { which The this claim' of the :m-ks-ilutt t.of. "')orL fr

withIn .uh.iAnu1 sutrt''.. I phuv which i isuC nun-iurtixin. vhartuter. I for over art) mile's, comprising : tr\ is till uncertain It is hone} *! that grew out 1'luti"n of the Semiuole war of ItiVj Vi.ilUI

l'' both jilac-es the "hell-hounds have tll ijuy air (II licks must look to the next adininistration ; ,'rl of the moM !niM>rtant harbors, has Iinn may I* iio.-e.il by' the first wtk ,(ii and '37. It up-var. that in 1''luor',

: fur it, and hould (learn tei Iu *' with i if it be K-puL.licun: for th< i-cived hut very limiti-d appropriations, June. The resolution f'Iii' the ( 1"i the Indian* of that trhl !
11'1 for
ti ('llm j plljlttwlohy! eu j jIn reward of hi, pilitieal campaign vtF.'rt" in-I thoughof far m' ro'' III'rt.lr than the ,'lhul pf the State of ""or,1 against' and wi.hal threatening some state time, commenced- a turbulent actual

whatever \\'Un..'luo we tlnd no cause. I N'ew York la.t (all. whkh have revelvcd 1re', .. I i to 0 United States on ue-e-ount of the lupi) h0hbt'% hy attacking a eU'taehmeut u

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unites, State: tr,>ojn cnmiitanitutl 1 ; 'by: Lieutenant : I ]:I fiatoi. !.; n)-tictwarv;; to ,uiy;' ,;1' the- troops. I I'IllsII,1.1'1".1: 1:1'0. OI\U.I.--; --; .--<-mA\rs- -- -.I'IIUl- ---:- ----AT--- erase the plain meaning ;,-r lI'lil 'l'lt: (

ILirfMitr.': Tills: outbreak occasioned: I 1hi.11\ :-"' will obviate the dilllctiltie 11r.11ityt'slat not earned: I (:.lllU.I A campaign against the rebel brigadiers I'IU-
great.c\i itemetit alongthecxtended) t \ exposed !, 11'llilJ,1 by you on t account of the ill*- I thl'11':1,1| else be If ( icncralI not be rattle: with I candidate who i is "!llnk-
I rottl ami,1 hl.I'al'ly by' his rei-ent \ 1 may !nil .
urgent; .11'11:111,1.1'1'1': made 1':11,11\11' of the t 011111! in question. "."I Ihl Ildiil'II (rant's( l'tr.t and second campaigns" t for the ing Ial\l" l'rol' the bloody clam hut.I -
'upon the :State< authorities by the people fur i The committee are of t the ol'illiolllhal i Hill Senator ""tul.ltp.k,' ery slightingly I I Presidency, it must be admitted that persoiial I I el:<" of I humor would I h prevent tit
their protection.; urgent: 'seemed the )necessity 1 facts set crth;, as to the urgent necessity t .1 I of it in the :Sedate: 1\It the New forki'iuir.t ] 1 dignity:I was an I impressive I feature inI I On the same day that 01'11rl: (genii at (' J'u
tlmt the l'ili1.l'lI1of several of theenuutIt4 the ice* of these troops defense I'I about his business was eulogizing: the lllilwha'i"rlflh.men
j 1'1 IiiIll. ; devotes to discussion its Ijoth. )
}hastened, to effect\ voluntarily! ; ;! organizations the State and the protection of the people all Irlill' a "I land! 1lt, 110111' silent I who wore the grev, (Oeneral I ,Oal. at tinother \ill'i1:;'I II

: : in advance of Illi'i anti, nV; I the 1 against the hostilities of the tndi.ms rreaft'auI'yuituhle I i IIX 11'11"11'TIl' Times !aI \ : II i """1.WI:There i is everywhere a great fund! of latent end of the State, at Central (Hall, in ".
:Stale; c.\ccuti\c. These companies werepromptly obligation on the part of the Me ., defeated an early ttdjournment in mere (.. In a candidate for I the city of Chicago, was declaiming: about l
'.JI-r \ recognized; ,by the (( lourumami" ; I'lll'rl government to 1'ill'II"1 the 1'1..1.ofJ I 1 of Congress.; He has given: ," strength the 11'1; ,:< 1-lh'lt." is an I the .grt'at'nh'rgrnt'y"wlirll, tv'ualtlinhit'stinutti'u I!

rendered i clHcictit} service.I In I I tin- emergency\ J such necessary :,1i i ice. This ,.tlltOI i is : l'a.I.1 to the renewal of partisan \pas; "ious j to 11"1ilu', t'IIi'lht'11"W'I'I I ''X'I\and justify a third! term.If .,sill\
i. the inventor; ;appealed 1thl' 11'arI'partlncat ) \ so clearly 1'1111',11; 1 by : long :<1,11 \f pre-- I over the 1 'rt l'alh1 than the .substance of which calumny'' nut .Illlllit.1'\11 "it'is i I".tt'r:'I'I than the two had 1 :1'01"1 i In c'I'1 other's 1 hearing
, to accept\ the services of the troops.\ j i ccdcnts illt : :'111'l' the President and I the issues of the extra: session. Me ha: speech-making III" or letter-writing.: II the I there mu-t hl'I'1r11 embarrassment .i i'
,thus raised,, mid organized: hut tinSecretary:: the Secretaryut'11'ar in this particular case I challenged! the majority, in a "i'i which mind of the ordinaryoter sihnce! Implies or IlhlI"l coolness between tin m. lint sl,
consented. receive oily live ,' not likely to ;ignore or" \'', not in disagreement: ( ;icncral Orant is the
companies.: only : t'\i,1111il/ "Iil- :1'\ hlln
These forces, with the' l'lIit".1atl'I::: troopsthen \ ion they ,'II'rraill".1 at I only to maintain their I""iioll in regard t.I to wholly to the imagination: ,'Ollt. 1 !u\l'ritl\ authority.. If he hl'I'ol111 .r 1,
nil iluty in that "'r tinll were inadequate k""W :.I I I I' factsand; circumstances: I this particular measure, !II take alike more'than its real ot1 (Jeneral nominee the isult's't' the (':campaign will be i '

to tht protection '1' tin- people\ and I of tlil'juitieintli' and II'I'I ::aljol"r the !tall on the main appropriation\ \ ti.1 111'11'shalt : (;rant and )1 r. Tilden\11"-111.olh prolit'llrglly the Third T'rll'h.lal'I'lk.{ :11111(1. lcl-! 'tJ
theo\eritor(!' felt constrained I to retain in the ( iovcniorin i'lIIIIIIIolin/ (roop: tothefield. li'tll coming year. Should this I by their talent I for holding tongues.Since knap, .I'11 ll :-11)or.; .\' 111 tuit k '
1 sen ire, "bosidcs those: received hy the !generalgovernment ,, I In a 11'011 t (,. to I theSenate (hall'n\ II' \" ', the (country will be the l' from Mexico he lily, 11,1'1 1\1J{ ( (! of half-forgotten .stl'ttrthlies
several ('tI Ilpillli'Silggl't'gitlll: : by "lmill'l. :1,1 all submitted I.1 a 111) \ioleiit, irritating;, and! has t found rllr'lI'llrl ; from' this \IIl' biographies! i are ('\(1 now ill I 11';
ahont four' hundred\ men. These were added I in the !last Congress, Illaln. tl military' I \probably fI'Iil( I"lll 'quarrel, 11'01 salutary custom, and has presented himself! print for 111' l'II'I.tHiHI'lIt: of lil. readingpublic. lt
to from time to t time ,1111.1 I ; the Kansas which no" The r,' eliminated
a- tinexigency: :<" expenditures\ by : 01 .11111 "il emerge" in the'character not exactly of I \public 1rgn.ll.rII\ 1
to require.' These (1'1'1'1'1',' rcjtilaily of the the and which give from the ; of ;
organized ; question obligation: on tr"llth"II'I. may speaker but of a frequent commentator on ; nrullll! tie 1
111'1:11"1 I
: .aii-l mustered into tinservice o'f; ( Instate I United States to i reimburse t ''x- t- II, I II I la I. complications.While \ \ I public all'airs ; and. his utterances are of 1 Mr. I U""I\11111 ,Jeneral Loring are of tm I I.
:: t liar period of MX months unless! sooner \ this character i is fully therefore" we 1:1 concede the correctness nature confound{ the Stalwart :school' of 1101'" Itepublican\ party (with i'
tlicI: ," 1 They c.iopcrated\' with the i' \,1'1.1tll"'t il of numerous cited '11''l'lt. of t the l'l'i tlill.1 by; which :1 r. I Hayesprofesses I \, have: 'h"1 him as their the author of the Cairo sttrhfurthrirrauIlidntl ."
United. States troops meal r.j"h'I'I.lllt'lt The committee Would not ,1"1 i\necessary I to be" the wi..ol of his oltlwhn' Chicago nomination. Mi- ) than tl. cartridges burnt ltrl'r
"enl' i is clear. t I 1'Hlilal' loo., If this ( of things at the South i j. .
e to traver-e I this field l\ail.: ," if the liability i course 1:1' 11011 t.ll'lIln .I somewhat r.igzag course through : 1
IH" lakl'lIl
All tin facts in the case ami the voluminous I of the government were less generallyconceded I timeliness in :ni :11 so decisive! and so pregnant thl'lollh. in such a (sums. as he says, as "to really what ( ;Jeneral Olmt has ,!1l'ril"1 "
('correspondence\ (' than it is. We loll. 11"I'di'II', I with grave consequences cannot h.II' r h Illh. bit of e\ery one 'there Is no need of a military (' 11
ence liet, WITH ,the 1-1111111',1-1'11'1-\1.1-\ that the State of Floli.l 11" I proper uld out of \h.Th,' political situation at I of the In..llhl"'I I ," It has need, of Ilhl'.l-I'I'11 candidate, UIII,1 ut'nStrong

1.1.'if tal' irnn''n h citizens living in theexposed. h'/itim.II\ claim :against; the Fnited :Slates: I best sulllcictitly strained, alo 1 threatening.It happened that in i'\'rllf\.hI1ol; 11.t' State conventions :: ) : ','' no need of a new
I Y II"'alll'.alllhl\\'I'1 Ih'xI'I'lt\! properly\ incurred by her in the was "al'd' worth while make it worse.as I Wt.111011 to beheld to tlppiilltdidt'gatt"'tit \ regime mind-poisoning" at the White
i tool the Iliiarr \thllrili \\1.hill I," | 'XI'II"I ', the \1'11 allllt but 111:1.it. It was probably til Con I Iutu'e-The X"ful.
! 1 Iwl the :of the Mite l :States; H'IIIY inservice While the committee are ati-tl'.1 l of I the in \l II" Haves' \power, by a t'llt'.II'I I vention. II'any 1111111' I't'l

, in FI"rila-atiI\, ; ,' committee I justice lt tliis claim of the l Ilal,1 t Florida, I i alt 1 reasonable I explanation l ol'hi"h.kdill.( journeying I thus, making :\ '' ':II'n' .NKUUO'S: SiXi'fi..vu; Ksc.vrr.: MWI.M A PK.N-:
t. that 1 the necessity which l prompted, 'Ih\aditl they H' not \prepared to the tlt. I. i.lltiol contained in the I'hlI', to I and there" it would have h1 :all that he .\\.T'-Hala'( .) i'ir/,'. : .tt Wa\a-: .
"I'thl' (-iovernor; in organizing!, nail maintaining passage of t the specific bill referred I to bythem. secured its modification in :II.h, Ila 1- wl"Ilall1' soliciting ties for nomina 11111 11' last 'rl '.the Kill* t.
:-tat.: troops in the tiI,1,, was imperative. They think it would be wiser to al.thlril'IIII'lll1 11 as to have left the 'h'l.tiol laws at once I tl"l; Pl'o"ahl\ ulllaI'IJ1'111':11: county district I colored' lal was ill-
J 1( ('IIII.ll.t. w11111,1111', less than t the Secretary of War to operative and acceptable to all.ttt' This would have 11'11 : II'lw"I'1 ', til' entering into conspiracy\ ) to mttl'der

he appears to I H\ .011' \ ciilpahleneglect I'al : : to I be thoroughly; iivt..-ti- would have 1l11 IlIlal: I would! other candidates, who have !stayed at h.111 Me was brought to triallll' evidence,
( of duty. I !gated and to report the Il have: "1''ln..1 1 1"IIIhll11: \ ', and preserved! the 1'm'IIIlt\ \a-t. of was strong, ami!, hi spite, I ,..1 fight j.t
I This .service, of course, was n serious htirdcn for further consideration. i is probable with great firmness and I'II'1-II" :" those to be decided the made in his ,It'll'I'y hisattorney, he was ,
to the :State: financially.: The troops\ in I I that the data on tile! in the War iViiartinciit/ IOIj"llght It would ha\e provided l a sub Itu'ilj IIall'1 events, ( icncral ( Iraut has 1'\1\ kl'llllton I for 1 new trial was
tin I 1..IIIIll! I : to he "'" :ami wil1"'llh' facilitate; the Investi : guarantee tirlalrt'aud 1 I'ret'clt'eliinY 1 "lh'1' ul the : iii'silcure which made. 1\1! that no lI'II'U. '
paid. ,at the r'unnan.l\ of thevxccutive gation. ih:1 no great 11'\1'1'1\ to result this Ihll Itoiild have 1"\1"\.1. I potent l t \ lhi.hl and invited at law was made. and hclic\ing the evidencesntllcicntj
I was insnlllcieiit I for the purpose. ami l if the recommendation I of the committee '':.111"" t partisan bitterness and I excitementfrom l Ia. lilhl'I'I.tl 111'I.llil.national h politics, "lllll'tl'rrll.,1 the motion. ,

he was 1'1'1.1 to 11'"otlal'lllr.I"I""II'. loans shall be adopted htil' Senate and be the approaching canvass. It would Il'llol made sneech at I Cairo, Illinois, on \\'h"t prisoners hro\tht in to l be sentenced 6
in anticipation of 11'' adi"l Legisla; followed by a \law: same llh't A have: greatly lessened the dangers which the:\liilh just, cmoodying\ the results of his this was IIIIII them When

11t.. i. mere outline of the facts; upon similar course has "1'11 pursued il ease may attend the ,ldl'rlill.lti"lIll the resultsof observations in "// the :States< lately in rebellion asked if he Il'/t anything' to say why sentence I .
which the committee hase their recommendation I. of the State' of Kansas, to which reference. the l'III'lIti:1 .tlll". II' he had should not be him, he
as they do not deem it ,' (10tll.ir made and therefore submit failed in the in Congress \:1:1'1111
necessary' 1":11"1'1 we a briiming) majority \\111 we compare his 111'tlwilh said' he "111"Ihal ht say
present purpose' to treat the Mihjcc't in substitute, for the joint resolution, and re to his vietvs'r in securing some. basis ofagreement his principal supports il XII'II WIIIIIIII\ weight'with the 1'0111.1:11
detail.On he would! have offered such terms 1II\1
: 1'111'11111:passage.Mr. : differences so glaring that Ih'" 1'111- the forms of law 1111111 .
the Sth of tiny, 1M7, the ( lovcritor of O'Connor, from the (Committee on as would; have hl1 refused only with greatollctl't' not be \passed over cither lie fore the (' il': and he knew he llltt-t gn to penitentiary.
Florida 11,1'1I: communication to the (Maims, reported, the following joint resolution to public opinion. He would hn'chared : nomination or after it--indeed less after:il but' that he had. something (to say for the

Secretary. : :forth at considcrahle ) as a suhstitne I for, II. It.: iJ! < : ),! hhl length his action in calling for troops, Joint ,' the I I people, and h:1: enlisted I on I their side a the 101Iill'I'. In he I asserts of the ('\II.t, he would make a
the service in which tllr1'11' employed tartit T, /I"llf"l'f", ;", Kt'ttli1 Xrrrrhlry'the'tin1 mTuniitu hr- public, 1'ltill'ltIit'h w"11.1 have,: glll'nIl his belief, founded upon Ili,1 observation few remarks. The I'out told hint that hewould t r

( Proh'etiun'I'theeitizcnsaitith' faithful r.xNv,' 1'nlti'il,ljui "', J'lnfiitiiViiKitKs. to :l I! II the lIatollall'al- that the South is loyal to the Union. listen The IH'gIO i ItI'll'lln'.! slowly
manner ilhil.h they acqiiittedtlienisclves.lie 1f 'f.1,1 : \paign.: 11.1'allf this, he 1'li i: ,devoted to the old and composed of and deliberately, reviewing the testimony' g
called special ath'lti"l to the fact that \ : The II.ltal trust fund of the :sue whi,,' j., tl say; the least, I remote' and good titlitmus-lit laJ, the South 1 is not showing the inconsistencies of witnesses'
those forces hail acted in ell'cctive cooperation {'lIitl',1Iah':: : holds, a large; t' amount of the tiv'er-rrliird one. Me has thrown away an the (' with the l
Illh'UI'III.1111 tll'l
with the United States troops ; 11t to bonds of the :State: of Florida: : and11'utIttt''flit' "lpllllli\accomplish a signal good; for f'hl'lill" 111'II'rilj.. hul.dol in(11'his I.'l. of wrong done hi cul.lu\Y I, foith in a !
emphasize the necessity of the ,'11 he State of Florida claims : : (' to bring about a reform Illi\ :article in the last ,,' rill AulrriraaHerten' strain eloquence( seldom 11'lrl When t

\pursued, he alluded to t'hl''il"'II".III'I.tltwh(1 ( from the llIil.1lul':: : 101.1 1'.imhl'I..llilrl'xl'llllll" that the people: 1'1'(' little for, and that I is, in and by the Stalwart orators \11II'W he sat down the judge said : Sam, !thoughtyou
(! said! :Shltt'III: reality one of inferior moment. It i is not to .
Hliglll'I-ll'11'rl 1a11' ul'I- \ :< ( something entirely guilty ; I don't so now, and' will
01',1"1'11 tl thl'C'Oltal.1. in Florida hostilities in said :State: ; therefore be expected that rldlr1 I wi he much lessfrequent del JIJl'1 'ljl'11hut any hllln rights whatever set aside (Ihr "1lil'\e )your motion
he it ', in 1IItill to l'ath'ill'r"Il'.ll'l' t ( on account of I the The majority In tin for trial and, anotherchance.
11'1 necessary I \\1. are endangered: trampled \ new you
llar force, to make requisitionfor lil'Klllt'l'll ,hi/ till' "Sl'lliltl' Illlll, Ilan,' "f lifftff will hardly be compelled or induced! South he has failed I to mention IOl them.and, ,' \So eloquently I\ presented

tl'1 mounted and live. foot companies of I/ta/I "f'Ihr' Periled tf/iiti's "l'' Aiiirrirn l in to IIalldol. them, while I the great l\j"I.t of failing to mention 111'II u speech\ descriptive his ( t that Jl'J.rl attorney
volunteers, "being," as the (00"1101 remarks OJUlt11 HimcHililcil: ,', That I the Secretary of the etl'ective, administration of the for of the politicai'ouditi'nutlhust'States:; dismissed'lst 1 the tl mull C'IIII'! prisoner:
.a much larger volunteer force than War he, mud he i is hereby, authorized'I t pl'II'dilllf the sullVage has been neg neither lie nor his at libertyn" thl'l walked out. of the cu trl-roim- u free man.This .

hal nt 11". Irl''IIus tile since this last ottthreak directed to investigate, a:<"I'I'luil. 111'IOlt l.dc.tI. IIh\IIIII'.I, and rendered dilllcult of to tell tl1'lpl.IlpI"Il'lonn', : tIl11I't.. latelybceu is the first l'I I', in Texas at least, where ''
( ( employed, hthl' Federal to Congress, as :111 as : attainment, if not 111tlillhh.. t hi s : 1 is ncces' man brought to up be ever
\ SI'II"I'I'l
thusfully amount : Florida I.lil;tlt'll \ :
11.1 State Ilthorit CI'I'lllh11,1. .Iti laillflhetall'1': :11to \put IIOWI I II'W 11.1, I I 1 1I\lll'ltOi! tUrl'IIIIII1 101n'i'lt "Ithll
indorsing and vindicating the action of for III- \
(xp'I"lu1'I 11111' il suppressing TWO KUITIKS. ( in the Southern States, As we finest they ever
the' :State: in this matter" The (inventor llUI II in that :State: 'l.tWt'I'1 the 7'11 11'.1\ ", to rt'rurtuIsis : thal. The 'lllt "I is 11 uneducated ami 1 il'lrll \ J
concludes his letter by ulkilj the Secretary day of December, ('i/h11 hundred and The Dost! on 111"m; Independent journal we 1'111IUI'I'iitiote the essential'I'llill I part of it furnished h Held 11'JI'1" 1 C'IIIII
War, in behalf of the llikll States, "to approve 'fifty-live, and the first January! ', eighteen indulges II tle fllowil remarks UHHI[ the Associated' I Press : ) !
aiid adopt the !1'1" hundred and sixty. In making such in the \\oiill of tWI( parties : ST. I'Aft., MINX. May J Dispatches!) received
Upon this letter of Jovcrnor llroome'sare \ tigltlll the said Secretary I is directed to of t the stalwart variety should It has been my good fortune to have jl"t1',1 here show that the t storm of
indorsements of the Payniaster-icneral; and tl.1 consider such testimony as he 11'III,11'alls what chance they now have through t a'little bit mil'every Olt! of was very severe and destructive in"rila 01"1'

Alljutant.Cl'I'rl.(; reciting that according to may ,1"1 necessary to authenticate said to (carry li'rJl'l ("lllIlr\ next autumn is due to the :Southern: States lul'h'in r'h.III, 111It parts of the State, especially \\luluUWI
precedents, was only necessary for the : claims, including the Inutter-rull.. of the the Jlmllit1tol' Mr. 11h"1 i is gratifying; to ll., 11\\ I kl\\ wi In county.. A special! 1:1111: Buys terrific
that 1111
President to recognize the troops\ as hatingliccn :State: troops, and, :11'1 other official data a: the 'llllisiol In' to you, I in every one of I hl'l 11'1'11':., storm of rain, l hail passedover I
in the service of the Uni,1lat'I:: and may be on the file War Department.In t. fice ifl'r'csidcmittuel was In decorations, and! speeches were 11\1 tinsame that place., Hl"1 lades south it developed t
directed that they he IIUltl'I'1 Illll\t of I submitting his report to Congress tin-said a moribund Il'IIlhlialll"lty(Irant-! as we 11'(' and hear 1.laTIl 1111 into small cyclone, (first
service, when they could be pail upon an :Secretary: shall not include any (payments or I ism, with till which the word implies, had and! stripes( were tlllltlJ everywhere. A the residence\ Wilbur Pond I, which It'lkil
appropriation therefor being by Congress. allowance' made,1 by tie State in' excess of reduced it from an overwhelming majority great portion of 11'ak1 in every instance Into the air and crushed, leaving no IJht !
4 \IIjnllnt-Ol'I'rul t recommended the amounts II.wI'II; law at the lill' in in l both 111:1'.11'\l the coIIIIlOl: lading were men nitruty.t I conllict wore boanN in one place, and scattering "for'
that "an otlicer be sent as soon :possible to behalf of r"IIlh'il) : the service 0( 1lllIllly. ... and' 11'IlI'al', the I'11t; the speeches which tll'Ilad"I 1111 across a the l prairie I s and! driving i tim t
muster them II and. out i of :(' the United t :States.; by .Mr.I show- I \:<('11 t tl'11 lOl to t I into the us they '
tCl.t'll. j j I'r 11llulurll ground
l"111 11c which i is all askedof 'i11
we fought, we
United States, which recommendation"was 11'1 ,, IoJlr""I'c illtl"Pl'I' Ild faliWI'I',. 11'\n'l\!ujurt'd. j
approved by the :-'lrdl1': of War, who notified POl.n'lV.I. Xtt'fKS.Tin : .1"11.,1111), though the !lnl\lll. sculled and honor them the-Hag that tl\I h'ronlt'guNnieituicnsslu.!hOII,1 respect t) II ld. they 'fell out ( Ibo sixty feet I"
the (inverter as follows : the began almost 111 It .\ lumber
:1"1'1,1. party was
immediately lrl wllr Ilult..1
If it should be assailed for
"W.vn ntp'lnlsT. : New York Hmiiiuj; !7 W advise the rc- to recover the ground it had lu.1 J11'1) (11\'llt'r.that they should unite with by a us asone was carried, thirty I"HII 1111 one wheel torn
.J/MIf'l. l). V., .J"y.n, 7.V.J,*. 1\llinalill of President Hayes.THE (cratic folly aided to bring "" a 11'111.1, IiI. the off; The storm next struck the (Case school
tool I the President, by people. Flol 1."I'lIt't. tl.\ it from the foundation, and
111* 1': ; :K. Jlll I awcrnorf presenting I 1rua'p I believe I ", Ious( blowing; ,
they are

"Slit : I have the honor to acknowledge; tl'rl leaders-'If 'ol are really curious steadily: gained sui-port./' The chances t'-d.y for, united as one people, united! as McLaughliii, taking off the 1101 and all tl
the I"'l.iltf your letter of IIU sth t ill.lllt. I about the matter, means, are in favor of the Lie\sulhlirais. Only) by ; rivals in our lu11Ir(', bedding, etc!, fl'OI the lPp.r.toy
111 1'111'11'1.try extreme throw the election : 1'11'101' Illilil1 1"\111 .
of they It in
of the services
( lillyI 111 scattering
'l'rllil away !
; \ Nominate the ex-President and 1 States:; for the whole in Ill'I'JIj' l'lrl.till.
by you.and in reply to I i Oi this year. 1.hnn. a Illilf III"1 The family: were 1'1' .
\"lunl'I'1l'ull'lllt of for that '
flag, we ( a '
November we shall what in their ranks'as loyalty 11' /rl'lt had his Mock; blown )
ill J" yon thl' explanation as to the I thl'l see we prominent I"11 la"1 I ple, the greatest in the ,hhcds ,1\11114 ahorse
necessity ot their '1'r\'id.1 is satisfactory; and shall see,"-is 1011.1 was four years ago, either of 1:1101 wlrl.\ and two /head' of cattle 1.1'rll this J
orders ; been isMtcd to the ollii-cr commanding I 1'1 easily elect to the l'n"itll'III'TW' lkvcrtimig1'11r I I Illhn'll.( 1.1..111 why. conntv the xtorm passed illl. Elrl"
in Florida to muster them in and IT must be cheering; to ieiieral Grant; to conspicuous candidates, I,\.t\1'1'1 thin j t tit'ln'urofth'staltsnrt the public: should 1'1:11 fll'llatll "an ancient and demolished the scliool-holl.se. !in the

.l of the service of the United :-:1: a 1':. I find I those who1 he so valiantly ,looIII i : Republicans\ divided, tradition whose n n n n" 11.11111 and I town of Lincoln. It seemed to be crowdingnortheast.
.Very your obedient servant. "thnnigh evil and now so. Mrjmglyfavoring tlli'et'Pith", opjHisition at the start; and invite whoseahie is "oliIIII. in order to fir !, Three other 11'1 report their
rC'l'I.tfllly. 'Joll.V' II. Fl.OYI", 1 /IHI. d"'al; Now ur do not consider the success their 11"llilll ':,,11.1"n tl wickedness houses IlrIHll'IIIy the storm. A ,Hastings
I S'rl nf ll'iir." I a'i third term ; the lust one quoted i isJtoss I I 11'1 I hI Republican party I this year an absolutenecessity I 'IJI.'IJlit'l., \ Kjifkliixand dispatch says the Catholic church threemiles

. The mentioned 'il' the foregoing Shcppard.\ \ Is the gratitude "a lively for; the good of thi-country., The tin 1'\latllr., oIIOIIila, Mississippi, beyond Roscnnmt: village was. com-
oflial1,1,1, i : sense of favors to I'omc?" stalwart Republicans l: dof and, holding that North 1'lrilila, ( ..( : .\lallllII.Iollh l'Itl,1'J.J.II I. and the storm d . 1',1owst ,view how foolish they' are to clamor ,for the (5lroliia--thtwt' States being: specially enumerated Durham's) wind-mills and I
DKPAUTMEM: Tit: bill to regulate!: the appointment ofspecial 1IIIillatlu.fmlt.iul,1ltl', WilI j is sure to by him-'we (find the real question oo k ',1 the roof of )' house, and
." .\I'.I'T.\T-IhtI\1 Ofn('.:. I deputy 'marshals, omr'll! by Mr. Iay-! I ( I ;1, IUIII'r of Independents of the huurtn be this : Shalt IMi q"/'r",1 Il" destroyed w ''nd'till"J; Rich valley.InlJikeCity .
119 1) ( ; I /
lM"fll. :. !1.1.1. ; : their I \ iiiiij sine I the ri'k'f losing cbnc lie ilrxtfiiynt ur tulirrrtnl ju-rmtiiiriiHi/ t>y 1"1I.i"i"'d' 11.,111' tenanted lit' d'corgcShelby
: I have the honor to transmil ; 1,1.Iac'\ ( pay lt,1'1\ day 'il actual l : tlif ut i unfit if" (the tinMr. I .
:I Ilrlwill :11llultulIal.: ,! Although the tide i is ; iulil1 and 'family was truck "by lightning,
a copy of a letter a'}.II I (Jovirnorof service, 11.1 give. their apMiintmcnt| to the hut ( lloiitwcIlV) Klsewhcrc' ho to ;
tll I il jllr. tl" \ nothing to spare. ,' which knocked uhf flic top ft' the c himney,
i'lulll., under date of M.iy .*, 1 If j
the War, jtivrs l..iitl.
to : ,'rdar,1 n''IH.lil1111. alsii (''IIH'I'] that they shall lie equally against Illt'II.:1 surely wi 1 lie, the Re 111."iol to I Senate and 101. 1"1'1'1 ho !lower floor JllI.II" ( cistern. .
the :
1 former to II
IJ ) i-uppros mill ,; in tatives whose : 1 I *
gill not ljorilil' 1.rt
f Iwl,1 hlltilitio, in Florida, but 1".1 rcg- \iI.II"IOI, the parties" :t.IIwll l known. !I I 1"I.lnll' )', but every independent lh' harmony vote, jro..t Usurpations", made lHl".lhleuilly| by 1. effort will enable
IlarlIlu.tlrl',1: I into the service of t til Tun colored of i iin insure Irt The of the bloodiest of('rilll..I. II"nl'IIIII'Ji.I."t be
( ll'll'I"lIt. one great .trl'ltl to "s. same i is true in Ohio, til 1''IH.trltiol) ( al tmt \ expected of
! '} tatCs. New and I 'nlmuw'titut. .\" (' ( is
the are their Jersey Only tuocandidali I 'lil'lt uloritu.t 'his session in tl adjourn before the
i "The-ervicci'f tlie'e voluntis-rs having IJ i 1'Iullkal. party urging: : can bring but at thefront. nobody .. Wt'J fitted as ((I.rl ft' lational conventions./ The ( will11'prove
J 11'1'1 recognized and jijuimveil by the I'ri-si- ('Iail' to place ; they have the |I"w'r. and t d"'at. tl11" throttle bb,..dv-inlnilei. | villains. ; in an early departure, provided country theiccdfitl

, ,1"lt, the :Secretary: of War ..1n't"It )'u I frl'll almost every .\n''liol the II''OUII, The |I..iill .I tl Democratic party i iN iiI isI I fact it i is their ,1"lil.lt"I, lot merely in work is well done. J.xll'rh.I.r, |

iiin.-e one "t the o'tliccri.of the'''I 1'111 IIIU I I Iulu.h'r are that they mut t and will/ have at !least u j -I ttKfi...'.". !-.-:I.. ..itll'.l.. I N...1-,i. ..till.l"* tl."II l tu but at t lalllll.1 capital: whichi I Presidential Y("MIlaY. shown that I if Con-
I and out .t service til til fair thci.tliccs. This serving,i aa brake on 111""lr.(progress, it liaslost .i 1111( i 1 t evKiiient| o t'c'rn'I' a 1w 'UI"ll'ltIradiliol rl"l \\U""IItll" ( until the campaign -
lltl'lt.h':; as !i.1 practicable, the |Irol".rtio"| .1 1'1'1" to I to a large extent that !11'III"lt| 1.il..1 third terms in order to put I f'IJII';Is fairly'ls'n/4| by placing; the tickets
\ tnsgtsln| li'ahvlhrruverlirtrwult'tutu'( IK- just I, kal! ; why, they are role| IH'I- i the :Strong: in a position can
it K'I ular t.I\.r whldll.l. it strong in I jl"( )1,1 \J\11 in the 'field, its ".,111 {lit I protruded I much
; end that they may l lie l ,mil whenever. I'oti- tent for electing should they l.t U for elec I has 111.hal"l' carry the country this year deal them Ulllllihlallll 1,1\. Hut wlwl / and the two house 11'011 so ah-
grcs.'i, shall make the 1.I.t..ar uh.pru'Iri-' : i 01-iio.se wi. und, conservative w l' I turn to himself who ti"lt..f.1 .tlrlllr. jiolitii.s! that is muchICKS
\ Illlc, tl Ilrong f
I l'l il 'jIllthl
' '. I of Luik
tiou t for the purl'' A "1111)it |J. tion.A action Republican 'folly. Should th" Republicans on I "|iieeti'nsunny; tlicscilisloyul of than ofparty 1
mu-ter-nm11. 011' l,( your ad- .fitPaisE w occasioned 1 by tl,1 action decide to (kraut or the !I (.III.lirtt. lie tells n* virtuallythat ti'll Speeches) i.Ulul'rahh. 1,1
rl IU.il. &
lire?*. of the Itepublican(' ofCook conn- 1''llu'rt. will )lave an "|1"111.1111'1 it I" ; '\ j irtly' suspected 1 i almost t'llitll are made iliiy after day and
"I I ali, sir, very re' 'eetl'u1lyyuribllil nt 01\1'1t11 then offer s<, I was when Mr. Itotitwcll prinle l it. week iiftcr, week not for ftl'tit they are
S. ty, (the county in which Chicago i is it- : tllIlh' 111 any
servant, n.M'PEI II anee.s .,1 i'rl r".h'c! al.till'hey\ must ] (iencrul Jrant 'lias thus, it Seem' ns.deprivcil i desired or designed to have on l 11'llng' leg
uatcd 1 the of the
A Ijutiiul-deitri'al i by leaving convention by j sent a t 4llllt. who i is nut only( clean! 11"! his frlclI. of the sole argument with 'but to get them h Ix'fore, l 'as
'. "'UueiM. ...luqUIicrlllc/NtrtulallnflTri. la, the thrl-tl'rlll"llt, ).. and their holding another ,' I),' who f'ltl''lt1: .thu..lril. which, they have vcnturtsl ti encounter tl i 1..latll dociiment.i. It 1'tI1 to u* that
; 11111:1
;it I 11JI.1I" or lJlilJ convention at the Palmer i, ciple* which underlie ltal 1 jxiwerfiil and growing hostility to 1 tl. the legitimate 'bum\iuers of the na
r' on tl nh.r July! fUowinl ilit'(;iivcnturu I JIoti( ... Coming l hit own State, (roll o-tr ,'hlizatlll. and which have lJll"I- term, and the weighty objections to hlul't Irprtilieutcl tiouulloiulln'.I! (' Senator mud nu'u1-
wrote the :1'Iretir: stating that it r fr"l .i I.l .lt'l II tl 1'.I.ilitlti'l. 'fl\'I'mlwl af I 11'01 the scandal of his former I : 'in thecumalgn -
)lad. bivn flUIl tl I' impracticable J .muster the county in which I the National! Convention f, :I.t'II'I'\'h'lhi'JI" any -HI.l I alinl"trltawl his UWI moral ohjiise- I |> work. they' u.th'clurt I work union

iu thl.. troojis) ,, dinvtiil by the Secretary i-t to 11.t, in fact. "in the t.I1" of Ids issues, s.N-ial or financial! Ihul! 1,1 rl'/II'II'1)| i Il.. r"JI'.tillt I (Iht'l. '! IrIII"lt1 the 1 js'oj.le ami not in tWCI/iul, ForthcMunions ;,
they having lung s-ince 1I'IHhalI"l, I'riemls." t hi,,..ult..iJ weaklier by the > Their railjfe of |"u.vsible ( ,' 111. ) thul the ullegcil danger to the i other rcasoni / ,that IMltl I
an:l it being; iullss.ibte agait to assemble Ilitl./j. If the Il'.' iuhit7ut! candidate U-ob- I (country from the rebel brigadier*, the men { on
inmt; faction must I IKa ohock to the I Ilu"I &JIfi.tlt11rMk I
t'U at tiny one | oint. The Jovcrnor suggested "Jtl j.tlululalI I the candidate : "who in the recent conflict wore thegmy,.. I tl\ ttl.al lul"II.- ,
that the muster I he made. front thepnmil'rlytertitit9l i 1'Il,4tc and hU fri.UI:. I u thought /1tI |1""i,11. >"le IIUllr'L..o.sthousands I awl who are expressly mentioned in the m"I.lyIW.; ) ,1 twir r

roll of the :talt'. To this that the .ili in the Republican ranks in of "utel are not the slave : ('alr*i,ccch W show ing their devotion to :; .

the Secretary replied I that no uti..r.1111 I C! kounty, III., extend throiight: the I I f fstate of party will vote the Democratic tkJct. mud i the old! 'flag and U-lievcd to l lie Itr('. THE titer and.Jiartxirjeppropriation bill
make a toli.truetn'e lu"t"r. a. : !, \i we Mull have a changi a* .& uUI a.siKaccable Whllwr that argument would have availed f which wits rv| orttsll(> the/H"asfv J'rul"'Mallup'rpriallmt'uf "
but that to certify the \ he Must have I alt by some of our excliungc-that i u-s that ju>t uieYmtlitheil l in Eng <4rry the try through ouuthercanl'ralgnwith |i nearly, nine mil Hun dollar -
mu>tere4 the truop; presentThe Sit-retary f faliU virtually 1.IUnll the death-ktiell of the! third- lanj. Alter all, both (Kirtle* are Uo(11 Cen.r, (!Jrunt a the nomliiii'U highly :i *, distributed. among the tsm-ral, sections
: | They La141..each other and between doubtful, hut it ho: now ccocd tis IM of any I of the country ttcronhng tu the coiiimUuVidea
.t',,1,1 the cin-uiii-staiKx* the only ("'UI'I h'rliory.. the country make healthful! progress. fwl 'value JJlalne, tlllull", Shennan( or UI)'. I! "of the uwxi'.itii xi>f tilt di In-rent 1J1;
left for the ttepartiuent U tu n'.t-e W ofj j t MK. J. J). KELLEBKEW, of Nii.hvilleTents. holy ehw, may 01 pluttJu. not itics. What' the bill will opprupropriate ,
filial, the State rolU. tluh.'rit. by the ( h ad been t 81Iuilt"I"II''ial agent of the cnusottice (TU''O ha been heard .yet of the training fieneritl 1 Grant lie has .u for I when It get through the JInu( ** and St-nute

State authorities, anti Ulll them a j > <.uhure.or tai,errs, ( nhi|> AtubmAt. which left tf tut threemjutlu tttiyl xly I hut IiuiM I recoiuiueiidatioii tu l'ungretitr the appro-1 in this btate .jnl'fur lrwud amount of explanation ur afterthought tan .

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IIOL'M11Llllix011'L11)nl-- 11t t at (fI;WO:: t ri clot.k. This larger piece, -it i is: i points over it like a ;j:(, ;Ilk: 'rl"; or IiI SANBOUN & 1IO JLTT\ '.

now :{::'M\ >-was! put' in the pot at rt. It will I Iumrcu'ire' lire disagreeable: things to han-;
Tim! .Mgtrre! of n Frtnfli' Kitchen." Jr." then ('wlk11\ the juice of the other, meat, and I die\ We have before' lid inveighed; against:!:
4 :said, :Madame"you: reallvwant to come \into will not have: lost its own taste! but will\ I I the littering of the table with too much SI'/'OND: \ Sill hll': NEAR: CENTRE: ,

lilY cuisine, and fire not, hypercritical' I shall have: added to it the flavor of the -lock.! You J.lm':4: A goblet one wineglass, one, :small:
be glad; to show you how I manage U. The see that my chicken is i now being prepared,l goblet, and a champagne': glass: lIl1ic'''. These w1nLCs.t1.1.1Nn RirrAtL: :
husband! see yon; I is vcrv particular, our roosting.: This' macaroni was boiled this tllri'HlI'llh) their round.liases; +, take up' fully
meant are not large: final ee0mirnimu* "t I morning' and is: not being;: kept\, in cold wa- twelve square inch*. If more gluses: ure (kiOCLl.S SII11. : AXDLE11S \
rule. 1 go to market thyself 1 ant trot too (ter. It willlc' (lira mrcd in the' fear iff rumjHidiir wanted, fresh ones !should, be hrollll'I: ,

I, proud for that. In winter it is not very I mi iirntin.. For firimr you shall] have to ciiih!' : ry, white ivorv; handles are only}permisMhic. DI.At.rKS, IX ,
troublesome, but in summer I must confess a ,dish} : of green \pea, : and after that a :salad: of : : Silver. \\ hy, here there arc innumerable AMI .L..

1 t : I do not like it so much. Hut it is not littitce. I will promise' you after that some! dinVrciicis ;of ta--tc. Heincmber: .* ,...._ _.._*; *____ f'' .,.. -- j ?- .' .
as much the the economy that I look for :as Mtjtntt,;! of (npples I -and that I is all. Now thai I that \\'(' (lead I the world} now in our :silver 11,1 O.\1'S { { (7KJfI MMi: 1 I M !

theexcc1ICnc'uf the material.. It make-sail! i III all\ of yviir lesson: ('nine with me upstairs farutture.im can haw spoons a\1fll'rk'l; L j I L'--J I I J t-- 1 fji :*
\1 the l1illi.'I'CJu'c' for a plain bouillon whether : : allI'1 \\illpi.iy fur you (that polonai.Mof : of Japatie': or etruseaii: : I liii'siaii.: or other -- a
ron get the right; quality of meat or not. (Chopin.. Yes I knew quite well\ that I patterns, : !" you want them. 'I'lietill paddle
'rhe good hardly costs: t any more than the with either her Imttrtir, iff riilnlur or' her. pattern i is now in flic hac'k roul101. Not more ---

bad, and then if you have the least particle }piano this: 1"I'l'"dllHI: excelled. ban( one :spoon and fork with knife, should l-TUNITUIlH: .11.11'.11'ON HAND.}
the of beef there I before each wl'ill'lhl.. ,\ LARGE:( : STOCK)( OF
of : ,
judgment, lit same piece' 11'1'1'1:11'1.,1 plateWe .
()ffiii'/r JillMofili'i), wllh; tfHrr: nf! flf> //!/". 2tI.! .t
used for because i..1I011H'111II1:4-I'I'1I1t "IhllillillIIJ'
are two kinds: of moaf which can be "' ; ( :
: different dishes.: I can live here more cheaply ialfliutit'nrango[ icily (which is t he juice ; process, so that the table walls u cutler's : ;
of the oranges! and lemons\ ;) Jour orall)'('1C.lillII' .
than in Paris' by a great deal and there :showcase.The : ARLINGTON NURSEI II S.
clarified hail half
are few things;: only} which are not as: good, pint of syrup ; poundof : Water question\ at table i is 111111111l.rIllolltcd
white with half( of wul'rlIIIiI
f as some of the vegetables, peas: and string- sugar pint point., The[ French carafe :system:
;t beans: for instance:, and, d.i'kl'II:4'l'ry.. ( : ; there I is no :scum, (:scum\ must: he taken utl'aslust cccms! a la 11I01 t',. r In New York there is a .--
f thing else Is! quite as excellent, if not better.You t as it rites ;) carefully 'eel and slice very regular !business: : done iu having water fro-
don't agree with me about chickens? thin the! oranges without Waking, and ,put xeiHn c'I'aft'for! / di nmtrs. The ice-pitcher 'I'IC"'I\I. and SI: II.'fltc..I\.I, FKl'IT TKKMf.: KOMKN. WUC-'i: : ).
Well, but it is so. .\ chicken of choice, these into tilt syrup; ; remain: live minutes\ : ; which this: to he cunicd around as glasses: : :

"p bought in the Parts market, I is ('C'Itlllll."d. take out oranges: and use drained symii for jHly ; me to I be replenished: h i.$ ineoiucnicnt. OfsultcclUrs t'OI'S amid 1UCanI'X; : : snicritsnna .'IOU'I'IUXUXTS.: : .
when well and
ter, i is more tender, and I more juicy thanyours. oranges: are jelly \ : one small\ one before' each. guest .
1 : It may be in the breed You growchickens nearly cold, )pour little ofthe jelly into the i.s: excellent. No caster on the table) if you ._-
bottom "flho mold, \lay low of
a picas
here to have with idea"r. The America carter is abomination
great big; le-gs! an
harpstrings running) through then; They orange; and again little jellv.1II\I1l0 and when until! the set ( and !'ollllul,1111' hurled, I'rttlllOllrilllll'r.\ NEW: .\XD CHOICE, \ \( : VARIETIES; : Budded Change Troo.s!( MADE: A SPECIALTfur i : \.
another of
are flat and flll'orlc.oI1I1t: taste of the craw layer orange, on tables.} : Oil the :sideboard; it has its 1'1'c.Hill \ '
dish! is: full ; }put MM ice, and before turningout
You don't fatten with it strike that :
your poultry the ever you people' never -
around' hot wet cloth
'fit; : : wrap very u moment wanted mustard! on their hl''t'lit' a dinner
two five minutes to simmer .
I very ( < ; or ; oranges party ? It i is the centre of the table, and ill .,t.,.. :-I'l\cl: Descriptive Catalogue. I'
en is: spring chickenfor- the bones are ten sullicient to fill a quart ; to clarify the dccoraliem, where good taste i.. wanted. \\'(' VIIliUT: I. lln\1'IU.I..
the and the fire': and
der.' Your turkey exeelkntve have not jelly }put sugar water on have before' this: written' in regard to the
when sugar is: dissolved\ put in the white ill'an 1 t tf JACKSONVILLE:; FLA. .
j,' as good, nor anything us: <'11111.:4\ : to yourvegetables egg; and whisk: ultlldhl'r\ ;. ; the scum false taste displayed! in the epergne(' business.) : __ -- .- ----- --- ifR.
your green }peas! are miserable! ; How (these ungainly: things, worse in style, .
t you never n."ort(111' peas! ; in the same will rise! more shocking; in ta'stc.than the typical Ii re- 11. mxi: >iitsoANl'FACTrillNC. : \, I <>. s. oAiis: ,

,. ;quart measure are peas: that are yellow with Sctxa, ; Cfeitni.-'One-quarter pound of maccaroons man's horn of forty years ago( are often today I
age with those: that are tender. In France, if not, :six :spongecakes\ : : I"lu'rJ'\IIJ1C' placed upon a table. 'J'hl'I'CI'C'! works: \ r ( AXU 1'TRNISHINn .1' CONTRACTOR AND) IW1LDER;, II:
1'1'011I11.... same }pod we pick' t two or threequalities. }pint of cream, five ounces:: of sugar: two largetablespoonsful ; of art, which are in \\UI...ssion: of !home few 11 j
As to the cooking of arrow-root of half people which delights to look11'011, but VXfFAlTfnES
your I'n"011 : juice a are! .
1: ol) I.: It T .1 .i 1: U
\' put too much water in them ; you washout : lemon rind of one lemon I three tablespoons.fill they IIJ'(' exceptional.: } If in a handsome l: salver : I
; the taste. You have no good carrots in milk ; lay maccaroonsin( a glaMISdiHlinnrl\ : ', ill a large, ample' !>l', there be a wrcatl'! MOULDINOS; I1RACKETS: SAWED AND ,
x{ i t this ('OUII tJ'r. It is U vegetable! you arc i ignorant )pour over enough IJc'rrtll, soak them ; put of (lowers the cllcet is charming. This eentrt FIFTH ST., FEUNANDINA, FLA TURNED ]LUSTERS' NEWELS, /
6 a about Your carrots are 'ol\rcc-lit: the ('rI'lIlIIlnto lined saucepan: \ with sugar may be relieved by baskets containing: / :STAIR RAILS I : WOOD) EAVESTROUUHS : -
for hor:4ellllllll ('OW:4rIa: \' do not some of and lemon rind, and let it remain bv the fruit On French} table, the cake, the dessert II SHEATHING( ( ,
s j your' vegetable raisers J.l't'good I Jo'rl'l\dllll'l'll side of t the lire until the cream is well\ flavored I is often placed' I where! it remains in permanence rat-f'-' WEATHERBOARDING.xn ; -
( :and grow those: l'l'Ul'r"tIril'II' (':! ? It is: quite( ; take out rind ; mix !oIllIlIoth1with during the dinner. .\-c: to the I I ( : F'L0011INO -

iNS+:slLlc. Five years ago) my hush.ind: sent'! cold milk and arrow-rout and 1\I1I'to the means to be set before! each guest, though ,
.' to France and got a :'i-sou package': ) of seed illl cream ; boil! gently for three minutes: stirring !stationers: have endeavored! to urge this fashion : I I
l letter ami for two years! we have had carrots it well ; take it off fire, and stir till it has: he-en coldly, received', because: il I I Stair ami Church Work

as g(l41111\41n! France., '1'11Wl'I'C small nearly cold, then add lemon-juice, anil pour' gave the diuing! -ruuut a restaurant appear-' A SPl--CIALTY.
4 .,, and round, not much larger than: a raddish: over' cake iarnish! with strips of candied aiire and the idea! i is a just 0I it'. would,l I

but so sweet-sweet as oIgurunit; wholesome. rl'tlit-ginger or citron, or I preserve.lltilltin : uncomfortable to have 0111\' guests I more DOORS AND WINDOW) FRAMES:;
:, There are many vegetable's yon know nothing engaged! in reading their I bills of Iim'lhall in I
) !*' about. VltiniK tin IL'ttj'rlk; why is I that Charlotte IIIIKHI:-Eighteen: ; ; sponge general conversation. Hut cards with the i I OF ALL SIXIvS.Fernandina r : .
not grown hl'rcIr husband: raises. that cakes, vanilla\ flour four tablespooiisful, : of IIUlllc'1C; of the guests: placed alongside< each :METALLIC: ( l'oolnx: (COFFINS() :; I Post (Ofllcc ilex 171.

:,, ,;' too, with I perfect' ('UII(': I see some now and I sherry wine, three-quarters of t a pint of t out are nce-ossitie-s.: : l Flowers\ may; or may AND "CASKETS: ; : -.jant___ ___. Fla.A. .
'+ then in market, but so very dear Then cream one tuhlespoonful: powdered :sugar) > lit distributed! ; but to IW\lfllhl'IIII; about

i i' ( there is I the French jl ii/rntrt' bean' so delicious: halt'1I1I ounce isinglass! or gelatine ; brti:-hedges after dinner' demolish: !) the centre-piece- WHITE: )IE'J'\J. ',\XU) SILVER 1'LATEH IS. XOYKS,
of the cakes with white of line
't and lender.uur people;' neglect the many ) an egg; rarely doneA pretty' little bouquet beside
soil and climate bottom "I''oHr mold, and stand tip on end 'III'h'lnl.' lie TR1MMINUS[ ; e
t advantages! they possess! of ( ( guest may an elegant\ compliment '
at sides connect the edges with white ,,1'1111 ( .ROCER AND) SHIP CHANDLER) ,
; '
u otherwise they would, raise: all these things.: ; but Mill, a bouiUet| at a dinnertableis
and{ place in oven about five minute"I ro-CONSTANTLY/ ON HAND.-r f) >'\ _..A
He-hold! my cuisine.: This i is my range. I egg i !rather in the way than not.-A'oc IV* ; .. ,
I cook a great' deal on this: as do. your people, just to dry the egg) ; whisk c-ream to a stiff Tinn'*. l'IUI.J-:1t' : ix
' t hot but I 'froth with'sugar) and flavoring and meltedixinglassj I Il
because of the advantage: of water,
; l fill the mold with it, and I l'r. \'I"lou'l., Liquors KU?. i
with 111duu'I'oui furnace. : i cover ,
would not dispense: Uodies\ : washed and, ,1r'i with a slice of sponge-cake cut ill the !shape' I : )( =There will he, a regular; com- '
In from about until ol'lC'l'.
summer, now MASONIC. burial, with or without the 11+0 :tt
of mold and place: on ice.Tntkifh ot'III1'lia I odge! No. 47,
all In
it winter fall again, thercare, it answers certain:my s: ,pur/It/ "'(+\teakeM' ( 1-'. iV A. M., on Monday: [ evening; May: Remains: : exhumed umlpl: l..ll11l'alll'lI fur ACIXT; : FOR H. 1,'. AVERY & CO.'S 1'Lu\.
I PiIa-Faye; cupfulsof good strong

:L'Itli! ilt "i clock sharp.\ Transient: brethren rem
M'' and, cutlets that I would think of
never putting 1"1'1'IIwk ; season well with pepper, Halt,
thllc'rllallill'ilc',1 attend.W. .
to attended
are 1\'II'Jrllthic'II\.h'rc promptly' \ to.NTIIIITY
I ; on the ('oal They taste in that way plenty' of tomatoes, and half a small onion SCOTT: W. M. ) :
of the smoke. I do not use l'lIl1r..1'hurl'oal rice it :Ij-:11\::
chopped fine ; three cups ; set on a JOHN AVntrxKY CKXTKE'STREET,
: Secretary.l -
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in m my furnace' but when my cooking is: longor moderate' lire and simmer until rice; has ab _. ______ __, _h_ -
1 II sustained, mix coke with my charcoal. HIII'hcllhe stock, \ : ; cut up a chicken! season:\ : & ISKOTHIIK,
I I find it [ I make charcmalfurnaee >AltTIIiril[ t'J. l-'Oltn, 52 tf FERNANDINA, FLA.
inexpensive.: my with pepper' and salt and fry nicely in butter .. _.
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under my own direction A carpenter ; make a hole in the rice, put chicken
constructs the f'TUIIuf wood and IItty anti cover up' with rice ; melt half a pound D 1'XTlST.: l.ERNANDINA) \ FLORIDA( WII.MAJI 1'. ,,'( OI>, Jr., .

the tiles and )have a blacksmith' to arrange butter (do not let it boil[ ) and pour over' the ,
t iron work. It cost altogether $*. }'ourthIt.: ., bit., Centre and .\la'hllllI ,
me rice : let it sttutdwhore: it will keep hot for / 1 ENERAL: 1 W 1H) ':.\I.JoIt: ,
j I have had it three years: now, and it will about fifteen 1IH!!'", until rice absorbs the M \Xl.\c'TI.mt-I:: AXD DKAI.F.llS IN

last me !live years morl'. :See you, in summer butter; turn it on the dish, )but do not !stir dS tf FEUNAXniNA I FLA.wji. J500KSELLER: STATIONIhis1)ealcr
(I WiIIUI'TUlIgc it !lO11 a week) I screw "). Serve \cry hot -- ---- -
oil the legs mid put it right) on the top of it. ('. niritYi: :, Sloes' lleatel'Slift" Ranges J in I'nul'.h't's.
fiullJ'f.! '; .-Soyer's Ucccipt: : Four apples ,
; (the range, and it i is so spoilt that the ash!
drops into the range, and 1 have no trouble! peeled' and I cored ; four onions, fourleaves ENEKAL: (COMMISSION) : MERCHANT: : '. .
I never cook in anything but casseroles:'!, but sage, four leaves: thvme; boil with TIN AND :SHEET[ : IRON WARE:, ( :XTRt: STIIKCT, FERVANDINA, FLA. tf

for soap, and then I have this big American !sufficient water to cover' ; when done, !sieve CKXTKK :S.r., xi\u It. n, DKI-OT: -
9 pot but just: as often for soup I use an earthenware it, and take IIlItlla and thyme ; add enough Shelf Papers, Picture Frames, Brackets.I .
j crock. My cook is: very (careful and pulp of potato to can: c the Mulling to be FEUNANDINA}) FLA. ROOFIN; ) ASH (iUTTERINC: !, imps, Creiquct'[ Sets, Hand (doses, Combs.IJrushes t
ti does not break much, he-cause I scold much dry and not !stick to the hand ; add( pepper) ; \ etc. Papeteric-s\, : 'n great' variety t

1 when slit Is negligent) 1 cannot give you and I salt! II.ay, <'orll. 'Onls.iioiiAci Also :Sewing; Machine Neeelbs: Oil, etc.

general ideas of what i is success in cooking. KitgHihYdi 'lIt'I'-OIW" + and I a half ounces --- ------- I Clipper Inkstands: 75; cents.!
I the great jtoint in all stewing lies Just rc''c'in'I-a large consignment ofStoves. _.. .- _.. .
suppose! ) of cayenne" two tablespooiisful of walnut : n It I': -- ---
in the .slower heating of food. You Americans two tablespooiisful' of a few \Xaa. 4: FRIEND
catsup, soy ,
OK'.n'I'I.:: ; is
The ('t()( ) : appropriately -
when cook want to do all things
you shreds} i of garlic: and challat, one quart lit'pure
very fast, at a grand gallop. Things in a vinegar' ; put in a large )bottle, and Whole-sale: and Itctuil J1\IIll'cl-it: is n jnl'c' will nutbe : :; ) CONFI-Tc/flONERS: r
0(1(. French cuisine must go ..low I)'. You, by shake well for a fortnight ; put into small I 9TOOKS ) BAKI.nXI ,

I. fast t, violent cooking, drive uj" your chimney bottles wdll'orkl'cl. and in a few days: it will : undersold.
+ all the delicate flavor. We, ny using gentler: be lit for use ; cost twenty-five cents.Eiiyliih STATIO\iUV: C1IOICKGrueeries
methods, prtservetheta.' : I ueverbake (meat OPPOSITE: : 1' 0.
t 1 t J ly SECOND( ST., : /
t nor l'oult1'\-IIl'\'I'r, never. That would be timce, for lint or t'vM Ilmint linf.Onctahlcspoont'nl ; :- -. ------- Cigars:. and Toliacco-s
t sacrilege, 'I roost with charcoal I hove ) Nrlptrl I horse-radish: one Ami JIITSI'tiin '
this apparatus to do it with and u small \\'a"l j IC\1'111 made mustard I, fourtablesiMionsful t : II. ... IMHTI.KI.H, TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings : .

i t master, which I buy with what )'Olll'liU! a vinegar, one I tea."poonful I puwderelsugar;; t
.[ g patent summer heating apparatus.: You !see blend all ingredients together and serve in : : ,
ERNANDINA: : FLORIDA: Entertainments: and Picnics,
f \t I' these two sides ut'wire? This holds my gravy-llbL. I furnished at the shortest! notice, at rock-bot li
charcoal-a wall of !hot coals. I can moveit tom at
l'I".illIl'art'r or further 1'1'011In,' meat.\ Sf'TI\'O /LVXlJR-tIllf l JACKSONVILLE:, l FI.OHW.i'rS..hool I .\. I'EALEU IX price*, .\XmL'J1.KII 9kf
/ : Y
': When the ('Cok'allt"' to replenish'the coal .-I'I.hi'II"'ur" as much in table-furniture: (' ; ,
; silo can carry it fora moment away from the as in dress, .\ table! may:\ h.' ovcrdrc-x-fd, Vine Fafnill Groceries! 23: old, P..O.('ntl'c'ITl't.t: t

(chicken so that no dust can come, then .she an cmbarrusdo richesse! may make vulgar.Let : .. ppp.I. _P.uilding.j ...!. r

can put it back. It is u lIIakt''ohln'IIU! us try and be as sober us }possible in telling AM: : t' T K Y tfe '
t think No ; it is! in very common use inFrance / how a table: !should be laid out !just insisting : Hooks a Specla111''tiZli4)lt1(1 ;
I never (could(llk1'11 without a that means are ample and that no ---.. -. -- PROVISIONS.Customers .

; fvnr da ran\t'jHC, what yon call: a Dutchoven. pains tare to )hl spared' to make the tahlclookliunilviine. \iws: SIICIAI.S.: 4 W. I.01DI.\X[ :I l
Although the oldest of all cooking I It i is a ouestion avsthetics, 1.\.. .
utensils\ ', anti in use over the whole world, (!bMNt l taste will do what too much money XEW: STORY\' a 1..1of Savannah.
American kitchens: have it very\ l".Irl'1How would sh nil. First, (the linen must bo JK.T-' l' can rely upon getting (CHOICE: -I".UIOl'S-

can you concentrate )heat in any other: way ? tart Sprawling: ) figures on a tablet-loth are '1'111'Y.X- : .\1I WEEKLY: NEWS: :
There arc no entl of dishes whose success ee1 not cll'1>irabll'. .\ centre figure) is excellent, (iOODS::, asNOTHING Prepared Flour.
upon\ four (V eamjMtyne. I use many with a I-JIIalll\Ulh'rn following a.s to I the bury Of.lpril.'ltli: will contain t the nltningcllap-.
1 htuerbs, and find those I can buy hl'rc'1'\' ilcr. Small napkins arc shabby things. I teraot'aninteusel: interesting story,
good but not in sutHcieiit variety. Wt usumuch Very generally in the United States: weskimp! !. entitled ; HUT .THE FINEST lUtANDS; -

t m">re of the of the leaves of the Itturif, such things. .\ French napkin is large T II no IT ( II '.' II": YIAKS. ONLY FIVE: CENTS: PER POUNIL
bay h'1'l't011 call him, than in America.One enough to cover the knees. Of course, you
t thing 'I thud American cookery very do not want to tuck it around your neck, .\ Sequel to Warp and Woof, .. .are kept in stock.V -
much in ignorance of is the iiMrludmj.: (Is but you might do so if you wished 1 to, and it -- -
uv :MISS R. j. rniLBUicii.
that un English \\'0111)u.) you hay. Well would still keep )'tnlr'gOWII, if you are a AVKUY, G-tf AT OLD P. 0. BUILDING
then the bleeping, of meat ten or twelve 1u1from Ix-ing soiled. Kcd monograms: The numerous, readers: of the JI't'f1I:1"I'"'' ------ -- ,
-. i hours before-hand in a loath of vinegar-or napkins recalling; clots of blood are ugly! who remember the \plco>ure. which perusal
I wine-in which vegetables have l been plaoed 1 Too much embroidery on u napkin is in bad e>f "".\HI' AND W oor atlbnleel them will 'Jns. ANNE: ('I.\nK.tTlIIItU

6 in order to make it tender and full of hat tat. Such linen us serves for actual use l he >gratified by the announcement of another

vors. Meat is: very gall in its own iuices, litses: character! when it is paraded. A nice novel from the same ith,111'n. while we do IVERY: AND HOARDING STABLES. ST., 1ft.,.. CEXTBE A: AL.U-HUA,
m but sometimes for a change that .iiu-thud I i is thing-nice is exclusively feminine in this not hesitate to a....ure thaw who are yet to 112

excellent Oil! t'lul'l'i-that: would I IH too t''nil'-i to place on the wood of the table a make(the acquaintance author throughout ('.\lUU.\{ (a\: AND W.\l iO X:; FERNAXDINA: FLA.. .
I t limg. Your American Kaiiccx, had copies of covering of Canton haunch This mukes a columns, that U tine literary treat is in
I English ones, are uhou nultll'. Paste for the pleasant, soft tattling-I laee for dishes: and store for them."THUOl'JH. To and from Steamers and Trains, '

paper on the wall, I hay. There is that common besides, prevents the mahogany; from Ix-ing THE; YEAKS": is a story CONTRACTS FOR HAULINO ETC.FOR : I'EALEK JX TilE .
sauce of little butter and much flour stained or l>burned u hot (Ibh. Table-mats of romantic and historicinterest, in which Choicest '
which i is horrible. I only see it, for I never ore do rigueur. Perhaps the most approved l the writer in the artistic development of an SALE : Fruit H" and: YeeetablesCONFECTIONERIES )

r eat it, When you copy "French wens, unless are made of ChineMor Japaiiex straw. intensely, interesting plot, has blended fact' HOUSES:'): HHUilES: HARNESS' ( .
you ure wise uu.l'have prudence, you Wooden folding; ones are apt clatter, and \\ithtietion.aiul given her readers u vivid l.UDixn WAfiONS.jtirTERMS ; : : Etc.ltliss' (1(.
make: greasy things, mid no one never reproached become soiled l but it i is that noisiness in and faithful protraval of M-CUCS, incidents ,.0-:
the French cuisine[ with being folding up whkh is! disagreeable.A and exlk runes in the !home-life lit the South CASH.tt Harden Fi-eds, Flowers, Farm and '

.greasy' -it i is against the traditions of our volume might lie written on the china, during and immediately utter the war. : -Oflh-e and ftablc-'irst Street, near Garden Implements. 7 tf
kitchen I give you generalities but, my There Used to Ill in olden times certain juirade It is proper. to Niy (that, though TII HOrOn 1111"11Itrt.l.'t. : Wharf 49tfJ.lIES -- -- -- -
dear Madame, these generalities\ are the important seta, which were only brought; forward THE YKAliS: is u sequel to WAKl1 AND "'. U, IIArKXIGIIT
things which must be first acquired. on state IKX-UMOUS, but these, mostly of claln WOOF, the interest of the two stories, is not ,
S'ow. here is my dinner! for to-day. It is orate design and gorgeous ,decoration, are in any degree involved JlrtilFFIX, A JEXT,

simplicity itsels. -a iit-nu-fru. "'c will eat out of fashion tik-duy. A clear white china, The new storytrill run through some tenor AND UUILDER.: WHOLES l.LISD JET.\IL
the meat afterward Thu jxti-uu-fru 1 saw ornamented with u- lino or two of gold, is twelve numbers of the 11 ru L1y, XcwsulKriUrs *- C ONTRACTOU :
well described in the TKM Household columns fine t niUgh. Monograms on china are not whodesirctohaveitiompletebhouldsend BUTCInnXU t STOCK DEALER:

1 some months ago. Now let'rue tell in good ta",te. All these letters stuck on in their names. at oiuv. Alachua Street, between Second and Third, AND -
,, t you ;t..lhAbuut t bU meat. I raise the cover. plates( are quite us readily purtha-fd" bv a Suliscribtion, $2 a year, $1 for 1x i months.: Healer in Ice.
1 You"will too that (there is this larger piece of hotel. as by u private !individual, and the tlls- Money can Ins sent by Money Order Itegis- FERNAXDINA, FL.V.Onltrs TENNESSEE UEEl8I'ECI.LTY
meat \.wither biuallcr piece*. The small tinguiahiug elegance" of u chiller seen under tl'nll..cttef or Express: ut jour ri>fc. from distance
,iiteee* have been on the fire with the vegetables gravy is never very startling. (Ju.ss! Why. J, H. ESTJLL ( and estimates a cansfully BEOOM STREET! WUABF,

: ever_wnee 0 u'clock. You will dine with only have the plainot. Cut-glass,with sharp Savannah, fin.I attended to 25-tf 10-tf FEKXANDJXA, FL.F .


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ttrnitr March t
:t\YERS Indiseasesntt1lepul! I 111I'rtjill""I' will\ *uggtst 111.1111I'I'full.h'l1!( tobeob.irved :I :w.1:1.. -'I, Iglu. "
inunary oiigans a safe MxtPcrtKKiw r :' I.r ill the ; 1111,11'111""- 1.1" I 'I he ear; Ir hunt (Im (money is only equalel,I Mm
ltr t.The lioiiuxtoiid" 1 settler management
:sna'TK\t: : !
and enable leiuedy is bv' tho hunt for between the \1'11I '('
' -r' iinaluable. AY KU'S I to cuter tho land Ill' \ 1 ishts, the trop' both 1111'11111\\tl.'" and e-<'petiallv 1'C11' 11.111 the ambition for ,'
( C'lmllltl'ECTuHAI, i ha\ingnpploil: ) \ : the harvesiing.) .\ tho principle) bv' whit'(( I two the It'ast inert'eiiarv M 1-
Is and nooiV i ins the ctMtitloati of the I Ul'Jd..It,1'Itll I novelty in book or } ) 1'.11
,,, such a remedy, and twotliersoeriututly it is \\,1'1'111'1..1 1 I for: 110 i is 1'1Itit'lyliffl'l'1'1Il 1 I 11W'I't1 sllt( '
then :
lU'I'. ] i siiuijt.|
a its the confidence oi laud and itilti\ato the saute for t tho joar* it i is impoitant to pl.intn-c\; to 1I11.11'1..tmi.1hl1w fullerrtrurtls'iftlh'seurrliforaral thlt ( iiinoiigtlie k., ,I'

'z itI, the public. It is a scientific I ('llIt 1lllll1l"ly. and nt the oxpiratlon\ of that to tnammo their trips to attain tllt.I'I'.t: who ho\.1 around'1 antl settle It'i III)
the .\1I11t111'1' 11\1\1.1"
combination ol results: (from willing grain ire
ERRY the iiipilicin.il! principles time, or \\Jtliln t\\o year: the're-art or. ho must cultivate I .. hl'l'II.'tl1ll'" Nciuslied in prepatiou : d.I\1 11 tlt hive of "' speculation, WallStieet 'icrl\|I'"'

} and cuiati\p\ virtues on.a: '1'Itll: : JI\ I'ItI:, mako proper 1'1'.nf.. ; to tin- :Niti-t.ii: ,lion of tinlan.l for table use. while tht'ibjtr. t in i repa- Iv'irkingday, .that Thenis does not nut disclo'pKomoloi'nanee an hour ofany the! ,
of line! tiht-st (drug, 1'I11illllllf rift i is (to preserve the grain ", hlllt.
he has tin-
oillcors that nnnplieditli (
\ ot real life in thcMftw 'II/
\ of ihh'. 1 his 1 better J1.I.l.t
r ch'tnieally1nitt'll., :and as: }perfect as: I'ol'l:< gird a 'I..t
such power as to insure 1 pro\'Nioiis of l flit laTho tops I' t to 1 mako ''Id.l 1 I from the mill. anti of course a better acres. Therein 1 is Illp..ll tearful ,
I the greatest possible this proof and obtain a patent :aio--fiiM.wiitton : I'rlt'I'I" the nuts'keti is the u-sult. TlIlllo- vvhiili t'1II1Ir'I. flirt human *ouls, !!ll'
I eftk l'ncatlliunirorru.. (Tinier ]riiiniul.ntf( l' 1"1"I'I''h'r) taut tinse results disertel judgment should are II Wil, None of the gambling 'I
ire tit : of tlio Land ;
not to Rogi-ttr '
PECTORAL- ity of result!!. It strikes be txirciscti: as tn tlie maturity and i'trfirtiotl'if eenlie of the Old \\01'1.1.. none of the red- 11
at tie foundation of all Oillco/ in the lollo\\iiit\ form : the !grain before\ the harvest t should I hot hells ol the Il''I't., have 1YittlesstMI! 'ant Iv '

pulmonary diseases, affording prompt relief 1.tan: OnuT: : --, H-. commence, as: wdlll:4: particular care in tho Midi terrific' changes Tho savage t'lotl ncurtho
and rapid cures and i is adapted to patients! of l'I''lIol1n.t'l\)' OI.MIJIC (Juiwci" tho MM.VItcsl 1, -, of -. who undo homotoadapplication managelueiit of (tilt' grain alter cutting. The Ignition FAchange::' ; the Mtanio insanitiesin ol
any age or either sex. Being ery palatable No. for the ((111'1< 'rihttheluud), time to cut rite \is when (tho bottom( the Paris liourseare surpassed' by the .
the youngest children take it readily. In do liorihy girt noiico oi my intintioii, to grams proper\ are get Him hurt( No doubt planters: tierce and( rerkiessrcnt's along the tlirow > p i
Tliroat Cf"ft
ordinary Coughs, Colds, Sore make tlt1:1IIrll"f I to ostahlWi my claim to have observed that the top grains begin to hithwII that runs out like a crooked :arm !
Bronchitis \ '
Influenza, Clergyman'sbore the land aho\oclo-oiihoil: and that, I Icxpoct:' down the oast llroadvvay breaking oil into various
and continue
lipen first ripening '
Throat, Asthma, Croup, and Catarrh .llaiuurc: fir the Orange 't'reeI'UItEtii'ERt n-
v the effects of AYFII'S CUFItItPEC.. to (prove my claim hy the tilIowillJ! : VMtnossos head till ul1l it ripe- It is very easy to make 1'I'lIrtlll"llIY In this: lltll. Ilr1W"lot I' .
Toiut are magical, and multitudes are annually vi/. : of -, and of a mistake and tut too M>OII, and nt a (time tuay be found '
A. H. and ban king houst'stlieNhs'IIxclangetlie: : t 11
when not more (than half the grains arejiroperlv
preserved! from serious illness bv its nlhet'Ilnnnrial o'I|
timely and faithful use. It should be kept The llogi-tor: /: t thiicnpoii th-si!:natc-: *) tomenewspaper ) matured : if cut too soon (tho grain Custoiu-llouie-;; : ; institutions; 1t-I'I'nIr'; ; ,: \ mil the tlnnti* (
( : 'li
nt hand in household for the ,, is chalky and soft and has nut Mitlltieiit ;
every protection ': 1"lhli..III.llIt'III'I :>t to the land in till of the nation, and, hugely
stitiigtlt'iii' Mibstance tand' ( i>)iH-rations
it affords in sudden attacks. In : thl'I'I'Ot'I\"f
Whooping. cough and Consumptionthere : ( (Eli PLi'iE JI\- w'huh notice i is rcvpuietl' to l 1'1'> \ptihlisludonto milling, therefore the turnout from the mill those of the world, are transacted hlwl.t'l :n r'

is no other remedy so efficacious, SUitIa: : a neck for. t thirty ,Iay:<. hilt :applicant: is less and (tho )grain lacks: the polish and I the hours of nine and (four o'clock, s\ days and J g.
in the week. What whirl of wild
soothing, and helpful. brilliancy' lIIul'lIIlP\I'I'l'illh'll. and looked 1
must ileposit: 111'iIu'y'i iiigli to )|ulor: pul \
y. : Low prices are inducements; to try' some of for bv dealers III rice. Hit e should bo cut at maddening I excitement boils and frets intbiinterval "
the many mixtures, or 8Yfuls.mad of cheap \lNiin this in.tiio. When proof. i i'< made by the I time abovestated I. ami great care should 1 What dead ami deserted !iC'IHI' r

and ineffective ingredient!, now offered the iillidav: nl' the publisher and tho I''rtili.l'IIIt.f I be taken to avoid the sun c'rat'king tlit'grain (hen (the foam fllh ilk!, and the IUlllt e
which. as they contain no curative qualities,, 1111 Eu1"'I: t r ( 1:111": the Rc-jjNter i that the tI..th'I'. has been while it1 I curing. To avoid( this, Hep N tilt, acton fold their touts' and'( *cal their lips,
can afford only relief, and are and fade is the contrast atlailv I
temporary' with tho hand or hook where OWII hdwl'l
reaper leap d 1
} the
in' allIll'uhli..hClI apptiiant -
Inuypr1) '
Mire to deceive and disappoint the patient. a nightly blackness and I
(tho rice is planted in drill I. which should bo' { 1 111,1
1 Diseases! of the throat and lungs! demand coil with his final }pitiof. Cn'tain prosiiihed the invariable) mode, of planting. ThoMravv death.'xlloI, if some pen as rave-nous as (>
active and effective treatmi:nt; and it is dangerous I'I'l'l'u'I'11 on vicntilU1 principle: \ to hit flute forms are furnished' by, the ntlittra'if\ till'LII11Il.0Ilin' i is caught with the left unit with( the lean twie quick and nervou hands thnt sign (tan
experimenting with unknown and hook the hand it i is tilt The hand- .. transfer Could tell the
as (to the imido of making j proof. iu light !11l 11111111
medicines from the that
cheap great liability laryo yield i slum and ,
u per Ll'I'I' fl1ll'lIt .should be kthe( ': veitical) story ( e-very angry every t
these diseases while trifled with is made if it i
may, so Alter tht'I'I"'I' : -mtixf.utory; guiihed what and ,
into bunch of I .stubble trlt'lh tlrnlll
the so as tohiippoitthe
AYEK'S become CHEKUV deeply seated PFCTOKAI.or incurable., and Use ,I .. hull no ..hjl'I'li..1I. appearing\ the Re: ;.:i terandRofciver grain above: the ground ; this will give what '( tijht. feuds: what crushed hearts i
you may
confidently expect the best results. It is a : priteeeil to Issue: : a itioipt\, for t till: (lie SUM antl air free at'tiou upon the entire( and hilled It'rt"n:4: what hnrd and callous

standard medical preparation of known and additional ties required\ and I a leitillcatevhif grain, MI that it is uniloiinlv (cured whkhwilll'rl'H'1It natures, exposed to a wnrll\<
acknowledged curative power, and is as ALL(" DEVI.LKI,: ts ) the sun crack! I'lio .sun crack ; lv'indcel'l'it'gr'ivth 1
cheap us its careful preparation and fine \ l'Il 1'lItitll'tllc:! party to n-oi\e a patent i is a crack in the grain, and when' tie cuticle of this: mammoth pree-il\ Js I

ingredients will allow. Eminent physicians! ,. I'tnm .1OIU'l'Itl'1.1L:\ : ( ('111:311.11.5: (( :\ i fIr the \land 1 from tie President of the I'niteflSt.tes. I is removed the grain: divides: at 1'\I'h: oracle, tremendous t"P] ic. It was fairly hud Itkl'WI'
knowing its composition, prescribe it in their : \ If :any: ohjoe.tlon appeals\ : time arerejiulalions ami cannot be (avoided( in the milling : hence before !1'nI1. the- telegraph, the'rll:
practice. The test of half a century has I planters oltcii say tie mill broke their lice since has hl'oull.t'll' : into UI .
proven its absolute certainty to cure all pulmonary .. :-;tlLl'JLTI'DIO: I.\, illn'fl'I'\'III'l'lo( the IIIII.ll'of conihiitiiiLC all Jo pieces. '1 liis l'ru'k i is produced paitlyfroni \11tl'l.'t: in Now Yotk, Lothnr,1 and'

complaints* not already beyond the a eonte t two causes: fust fiom cut It(ting before I l' 'I'hrCulhwl,11 Streets in London, gathor
reach of human aid. NlTltATi': :SODA, If a homestead: hot tier dies before the time grain is propel'ly matured t, but piincipallyIrom \ everything their capaeiottsnme's: ; kll -

for making Iillall'fU'lf. his widow, and incase: being I tin-own. on the ground to cine 11"1".1"1111'4. continents Illt'11Ir14 ('rlt
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., sri'IMt] I'lIOSlMIATP:; : T.IMII, when it is cut. When It is thrown on tho l'OI 1111J,: 1tI.t' not
of her 111'ltll. the leirs,11111) l'Olltitl1H'lIl'ItlC that the ladies have-ripe-noil'
and ChemUtt. ground or laid down on the htubblo (to tins roll
Practical Analytical SULl'HATi: ()n'! POTASH: ment cultivation( and In due (time make the sun has full action on tho top hide of 1 tiegrain in which to Inn .' cell stocks in London.

Lowell, Mass. the final proof and' obtain( the }patent ; if the while\ the bottom( j-lde Il4l1hultl'llllud tohoinuevtont New York : lan Francisco Ile St. IVtorshurg -
NITUATI: :: (or POTASH: ( kept moist by the tent lit( and but that \ ': are nut iltn two
BOLD BT ALL URVtiOIRT KVERTWBIRE.IMPROVED widow makes till tinlllpl'0I1f the patent goes
__ Into the
u vapor rising from the ground ; the MIII rap- hllll'of Congress at Washington,
:: Wnl.TJ010': POTASH:; to her, UIIllf the heirs, it K"c to them. I idly iii its the exposed /lill lu! of the grain, hardens two (Iltl'I of Parliament in London, into
t'LAGG'S; Where both \parents die having infant and contiatts! it, while (tho bottom side the Chambers in Paris: into the Italian -

: ; PATENT LIVER PAD! :-tI 1,1'J I\1'1': )[.\n '>;5lA, children the homestead may bo ,ml.l.. furtall expands: hullliiently to product' lie crack, Parliament in Rome-. Into the (iorinnn
NEVER GETI HARD. hence the necessity: of+ exposing\ ''1 the "grain us Parliament in Iterlin ; and it is l charged that
for their benefit and the Tinted States
?" CAN BE MADE AM STUKXOTU: DESIRED. LAn :sn.l'IIATi': <)10'00.: ) .\, :! ('lItin'l)' as iii",side, HO that the action of the legislation( 1 is Onl'1 framed and ('lok,1 to Mill
TWICE xa Loso.Elseuei willlllak(' title to (the purchaser, as (lie patent sun and air will hiniultaiioously reach (tho tho taste nod I to moot the appetite of home-

Cutei v.thourulg1D1 the Cjttta.CCRKI S.rlcClJ'lIrt' routed Iloiic. will 1 Issue to the children on 1'1'11111'III' 1'JlIIInl'r the grain N hutllciently cured, great 11lley'rnep'ir ('olll:4t.. And whl'rl.

settlement or cultivation for the lotpiisitoperiod. : width openclear weather. will take twelve money' Is nude no rl'alm".IIH1IL"!'! from
Chills and Fever 'STHE (to eighteen hour, too much vinning) is: Injurious baud to hand( so ) wit, not
liverfomplaint, wAY } : to tht- grain; it should then be bound worth, Ink s the titan and want of wit the
ixrousl A homestead: si'ttlor cannot sell hU claim in ordinary size "hl'II\'I':4I1I1.1I'ut( up in stacks fellow, shall we wonder II'Wol(1 Ifl' fre-

Dyspepsia, Our 1' 1'l'ular,4'l' full particulars, ami ur e to a t third party HI as to vest any claim or of eighteen to twenty \' illl'll'h.lltllllll- intently (the most stu'ccssfnlgatnhlerstalling I

Neuralgia, mailed 1'rco to all pluantt.' : They will) in. title in such purchaser ; and' in making Unaproof ing till huts of the( straw on the ground: into a ptynticceasilyuequiresl41(111 !hard( to
?Nervousness, tereat you if you are intcn:'lei in .\ rknl,. l'IITI'fltlltUrJIill the' heads: In, I'OU" to protci surrender ? t!
t, Rheumatism ture or Orange Culture l-VUin; the settler is obliged to MV oar that he t it 'as much as possible: f""lIIllcw" and. I ll1\'c IJlI.1 that all this mam loin development -

hills not 1'I0ltl1111Y part of it.This ruin If (the w'ulhl'r N I favorable\ It should of human grred, "UIIII il\'ltilll.

Costivcness, Tin': "'1.()HI i).\ remain In this condition ten orlillecii dajs. and almost fabulous accumulation, is theoutgrowth
Female These 1 lit tie stacks produce a flight sweat and of last forty or fifty )
: IIoMMTKvn: 1.tws.-l1) our last wo tie- tll 'I'lf.
t Weakness af boat snlllcicnt' ( to euro and season the grain It ho fairer to say (Unit tin-
L.A ]) AND IMMIGRATION( C'OIJ'\'Y tailed the steps necessary: to l'I'lIl'lIl'l' a title properly for milling, and NO strengthen( it Il'I'II\1 td'lu'c ,plantctl for ('('Ullrlt'I, wat-

( : Sick & Xerroai f,.. trout the Government; to a homestead. entrjin t that it \will better stand the process of milling \ t'I't'l by cmlgiatioii( along tho paths of na

Ileadache.i 3 OITIIRS I I the ordiiuuy carrying out of (the law. Theessiiieeof and will give' belter turnout from tho ( ( moistened: with( (the blood, i of adventure
mill, and will also: have a bettor and' of have bunt
These Part Cure d1 Diseases br Atworption. No tho provision of the law hoint appearance\ war, only 111111001
Noxious |l'IIl when I tho market.! Alter it has
i + Oilsurl'ai.nnoueAlellcintearetak-n placet 1111 since the steamboat, lo'ollltin'( h'I'Jlll'h. i
into the Stomach. The 1'arti arc worn over the Fit. noo.ooot..t'''' that tI..IIIIIIIIc actually .,!'tIlI'IIIII.1 residti( mained in (the small stocks until\ Is properly printing press and photograph ( ,
ef the fctcmaclu .. 'JUll'
covering tho Great Nerve t>ntr / t
w+o the hirer and Btomnch. A mentis Vi-pi-t.ihl. upon for five years. cured it can be linulcd'inttollt'! threshing many genii, to open the eurthund to plough .
livuels. absorbed thecirrulattonofth rth"riixlun:l I Of t the inu-t No valid halo of the land its improvement vard l and I |\lIt up I In largo ricks, hut sea ami air for the now birth, to show IIW
Liver or
purify hip the Ulmd. the 3.1c. .
stimulating rand
Kidneys should, ) ho examined: I occasionally to see' thatit quirk (tlio grow (tb wide this
to healthy action and strength* the IJIII't'II1III"Iw
Stomucbtodigestfad.; PRICE or J'ACH $l inns Asa: tiEACH. : can 111'11I,11' MI as to prutctt the purchaser. docs: not take: another\ kcal suDiciuit to of thc : I want to
A'I'::s:'-1itLi..INI: )) 1I\:4IH.\)\:: I 11I.1': 11111'11'1 "Pf'lll
rr KxproM.. SOLD BT ALL Da VOGIITI,or sect by Mail .\ party may l'l'1ill'llIi..h| his dail1l, cause tho grain to got shun'k Ill riled.1 It I inMibjett ulf attention to the tho man

Manufactured! 89 & 41 NOBTH LIBIBTT Si, but the land will revert to the (1I\'I'rlllllt'lIt; to this( heating when it is put\ up in I Is still living to Wllll, in I lar/o degreethe
t>ALTIMOBE.M oHOItOI'Y 1.VMK l.V Tin and will bo t the first the largo "tackl&11111'\ Ity rurefullyuh5erv. world( is fmlrhtcd' 'for tie chief of those Incalculable -
: : & co., Agents:: Mihjoi to entry by ing these: few hints a heavier ulIllll'tier rico discoveries lie was II.r in

:Mini{ ; IVriuiiulina, Fla.JIUNCRIEI' STATi: or FLORIDA, comer. Ho l'allllllt iilimjuish in l.nor: of will be prodiitod. IxiuNi.m.i has a soil' and Switzerland in isn.i.: served In tho ,French

-.------ any one, i but hu can t'XI'I'IIIt'1\ formal l rolinluHmiuit dlllllltt'I"I\lal to any cunntrv1)r\ (tho 'production army ((111! ho was thirty years of ageand

a : norsi; : upon the hack: of his: duplicate of lite. Coiiiparativt'ly i speaking\ Its landed( In Now York city 11 l 1831, Wll'l he-
At only Sfl.lTi I'r acre to new cttUrsitli culture in this "State is IIt'arlill its Int.nicy. was just thirty! on his way to dwu I settlement
the privilege of i.Kttiiin\ in panels of l III< receipt and forward it to tho Register: !, ami .\ little more practical experienet' will Introiliiio (for of ,\\w'Jru\\'cn.: Ho
)m::. BI'FI'INiTON! I c'ollu.
11tt: -ivertvlifirwartlittotiekiuralI.andOIliee I
jierfett of ultivation
BY acres or more. Thpe lands arc lucuttd I 011I1I1Ill1ljal't'lit a more system ; HOlh'lllt. ) (thence
who will direct it to ho mlltTII"1. 1 ,IIII\n'lI\lJl with inoiJcaro in managing and Illw Anicrit Company,
l'4)aNEa 0. TIMM: FOICSYTII HTUEl. !l.In'Iun'ilh' to the line nf theATLANTIC tl'U
tho \\'IIIIJ\I'OIlIl. ;
The Register: milling, grain: II great 1I1I1I1..t'of tilI'ItOr.' had to stop at the "Sandwich -
: on oivingnotitoofMith ran-
prsilittttheugrieulurn( !Interests of this Islands: theme to Sitka (now I
'In. eolation the entry can then receive u new :State. Ilcing one of the hiire-st c-rop.*. it Isilfslined ) em lily way cast ut
Ct'LF AND I) WIXI': ; INDIA I ) \llIlklIII' Wil (away
'' application fur the land from any otherpaity. t to bte'int''in' of the* le-ading I'ruullit'Itt San In distress, procured grantof
TIIMS&: : I 91.50 AND MS.OO PIR: DAY 1.'rlu(111
din H of | .lIi iIIW. Mm'l h could l bo written
TRANSIT CO.'S R.: R., ItyairaiiKonicnt: bttsveen paiticsand > :< ( t'll tie governor of (that Mexican
: methiHN III'l'IIJtllru of tbtgrals ante: finally sell led at what Is now called
According to Location of I .Naas. vigilante in making the now application, 1 e- in thi-i! :State, the pioparation of Ihe soil fur Ntcrahlt'ntoCity w h111 was thirty-six yearsosl

i-\toinlin;: from FEH%.IIIX.Oil the Atlantio Iiniisiod| ]! | homesteads are entered fretjuent- the crop, and the best and immt. advantageous in year is 1 :!!>. He began with sU

TIIH WKLL-: KNOWN IIOl'M: : JS I if toCHDAR: h1Y,1)u the iut! coast: ly atom-dance with (tie .ll'"I iiiof the( partynliiniiishing I methods I of managing ami propaiing' it white tl and eight hlliul". Hero he remained '
centrally located; and having been rcnoattil for market ; also! tho care, that should( be exinistil until the and' husoof
thus ttHiirdin to tit priHlutor chmp, constant | \but there is no security that conquest pun
\ throughout will be kept as a lirst-t." in /l1'1 lee (ting and keeping hc-ctl' rl"I'i; California' by the government of the I'nitetl
unit' rapid tr.m*]>ortutioii to tie host: it will bo done. IJIlt l let lhe iolew hints ciiMlto( to
had encourage Stuton and In the
lou"'' The Proprietress, having experience 1HI7, 1 I$1 H. )'IIII1,1
1 iNitft North and I South:\ will spare markoto.Tho If a party who) lia entered' a homotc-ad tie Ill'run'II'l'lIt. IU'111 Ilg (.h'I-"I' I owned) eleven leagues of land U tl.ur-nlillundll

no pains fur the e-omforfof lur patrons in lull of country truwr.-l'tIIJY l tho Trail. 'K'n'iiot' comply with tie law mill !leavtw (the (rl"II "y -rute I tllnusand acre oi" wheat, ivvo
the house home-like in e t thousand horses and' tunics t thousand
making as any tile ,
sit I n. 1.1'1111'1'11 land this fact it IK- mudt'sihject
,. uJtI.JI{ may
tit' :-cl-tf RuKCi'LTnt-\t': have long been of (the sheep, and was nutiurru of all 1IIIrn'1
----- -- -- ---- -- to entry I by other' In
any JKTSOII. opinion tie t'llh'ulill of rice In Florida A year alter t bit gold was .1i-1'I.f'd UI

TTxnr.K: xivr JIA.VICIJU\T.: i:1'I-::1Y: YARIKTY; OF M: >II. xuih.iia.-e the party desiring to establishthealuniloiiineiit would 1 bo IlIr. t:11 0 than the pro rane-he of thti young Swiss, and' the he-arch
lJ must till his ullidasit with .lwtiul of wheat or t'lrli t the Northwest. for the j l'f''iowl"o IwgulI That great discovery
small juitihc ,' wealth to millions of men
.Spem-or House' the Regi,, ter and J Receiver, forth the \\t. lulI"ti.t'll 'ir't.Ur "It.w
to !III' found' in the :State, a laryi |>mp ST. Mvr.\'x, (:I'KOIII.IV.J. 1.l'IIJ! ir1'uliarlyudaptcrl to the iiiltiiro ofiutricti. grounds: cm alit h he tins" (that (the honithtfadcnlryb.it '- steud-i, and' the product has 11"1 surprising of the government, attracted emigration
| Peen abandoneil ties<'riling \ht'l the manner of ultivation i was ('ul-ii. built (lie I'adtc roadorganized theprodigious -
:SiM.t. 1"III'ITS and llirly Vci?(tal.lon, the trait ami the name of the homotoadMtller. e-re-d' ieiierally low tat lands, trIII" (,llu'r'C the Orient, Kited

'\-. TIIUMI-SO.X, nf the Ke irsargeHouse: and The hinjf, Vimjxict Hmlin nf dual"-s were "'II'td, and t I I sowed I in drills the* IUh'rvl.tlllj "States of the West with :
White MountainProprietor.. make those lan'U worthy I..I1JTI'RX.I The legI.terno.1 Re-ei-hor will then and' w only with a hoe. More attention busy |Mij hurt the mystcrv of theRoiky

'a Transient! rates l. $:!..*> ir .It)'. J.1'r.11tt'rl1lf \ .tJJ/X.I T/O.\ iiiaimf.u ..... of "I'JIIIK iipjMiint a hc-uring and notify. ull parties of hiu IJt'1 given lately to this crop by Mountain", ovtahlfcljc-il new States on
made to those desiring b l II.>aril bv the hy ( : the time and' place of hearing, whit lIotkeInllY whi.farmers, ami so fur at we have eliseov. (tie Pacific', created new trade fur New York
week. 11 tf \t> N,\\',\L STOKKS.NIW.. Miicoe-MS 1a's uniformly followed. I In and' nil other State, and by this one disco
-- ___- ___-'- 1't'l published, if ,personal notice cannot (joliimbut ('UIII' the production has IMCIIim I very, nuggoMted t.j,I"'ultiUJI. In wheat, in 4 4tilyer

,llE'i'RO1'LIT.tN, IIiN (; be ;.;ht'll.ft'r the hearing testimony. 'reusing .now become l'fl"hh'rulll. in oil, in t".u''o.. myriad of new
: Sl;vI.III'urela : < U truitfinittesl to tae C'oniniliwioner of the The f iailt"'iu11 noticesamples rn'scd: Uan u.wt turti*, e.reatcd. another race of inonevnince
II O O M :S.Ophite :. who wed' three nil
General lauid' Otliecj fur final action. If the by ) Wikll.llt'ar.1.10, so In railroads, hlp.s, and trade of
acre* on IUI.I last of May and ('untrilmtt'' to the realization of
y ( the Past Oflii-e.) .iu;{ land from thi-t c-ompany are furni J'/'Ilof l of abandonment H xufllrifut tie entry and gathercsl'lil/1m' in Ottoln-r tl t.irty.th't't.) Mr. CHt.l..t/nt'1|: pn>phcfv that the money

,.hil with entire fire futuiiyettn the Tran will bo canceled and' the land will lie I'ut.- forty ''JlhJtI"I.r at re*. The W", )11 t''ltrl of the Imh'I't wlll)move(, before
(I. I")i.1'1a1'.1TI.tzu. 1I01MRK.-'PRUTOB.. sit 1rllj| u.ul foj Cjniih-! ; and j ors<,nal iffocU jt.-t to entry by the Jirst legal: apjditant hut Wilk plantc-u, was 1'll'I11t which he !hac'rL..1 niaiiv ears* have '). fnuu omloti. toNew'York
line of the last of
sowing dt
) : TUANSIEXT: : IJOAHDIN: to the tation nearest tho )land Jurc-Ja"I't1. profere-litc-will IK- given to actual lmunjiil' a trip oats the of )
NovcmU-r aiul' rcai/nig tl11 (list May And now, you walk along thou Htr'ct.
TITLi: COMI'LLTf;; Inlnx dcrho.1( hy .tilers on the land. The < iiftl.ecoiitnt iK Wilks think U
n4l\lUl HE\: "" )\.\BLE. No pains spar e4 to i 3'tt'tI'It{ -G.re planting rue of New Y/rk |-aace*, and call tl. roll of
nit "'U"tlll1lt' +, | l7;'Jm Kraut from the UuiHsl: Starts un.IIljn'l1a..e) must l be j.ai.l j | hy the {arty ntkin belt to ri. ftbout' tho Jalt Mayor men who, forty (f tIn)' t'n ago WLrc i)*or

-- from the Mate of Fl >ri.U.C ,< to prove the ubiud' 'luiu'it, hut he ilerivcrt the first of its (tlll'l it partially ..O.al.; clerks. |kliliHtdrintUi-ni.. j tNr1sjuterdurj'rrhopkce''crounl
Foil RENT.I the Ill'ra..tatn.t rue birds ( '? to | are now the owners
mi In-nelH, from It unless he is an actual leave the of October fur other cliineii. of incalculable wealth In land and' money i

-.1E1.1L: : NH)1J) : 1MKIMS: FOR JtKNTlnw. ( UtRESIONDKNCKJkatriptlvc: ; : 1"OI.WrnlI: "_,)... filt M-tller on the land ami aj.plifT inn It Jruw.luxuriantly and mutut'fret-ly. and ,'c,1 will burprised to hear that the groatfSvvivt
I] ; In the PITY )1.\lIT, ('rner nf(Vn.. nediatc-ly on the 1'Ullc'c1ati(1I to enter it. now that mill for the leaning IU&\ll.'u pioneer whu ulluckl the door that,
tre and Thinl Mrett. l.r..tl..1! at JockHoiiville market once 1111'11.1. *howc l to a world
!b., the Ki-oml story( n'xjve' 3fe+sro. "HyilellA A j urty r1i'"lui"hill or abandoning a 1 (
\1 >>
)1.an.l eiee ft\iw nudlnl cmappliaition. rice I U at Imnd for all that can he pnxlucesl of unimaginable wealth.: Is hiving In hiketentyflxhth -
15n, ('''TIlt'r1h and Thinl Stntij; .. I lioniCTtetid I U not allowedD take a new and we exjiwt to, e-e it betiome one of the : year, tit the quiet little Moravian -

M. DOWNKY.>> CHAS.: W, LKWIS: ', .oiue>teud, hut J If he ha \>>fhU tint entry prominent staples of Florida. I involves village of Utlz. 1.luu'ler ,Uonnt>',
3:!-tf In the City )hart. im more labor outlay than the l'ennryiYaufa six hour ( Philadelphia,
... -. Land ('uJJltlli"i.flt-r, J by rca oii (*f error, interference or other l'f'kluli.J row
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-- --- of and will c-ommand late ofCalifoniia.
whet. a and' that juan, John \. Sutter,
TOU ntl.VTIMi, In every ntyle.. anti at Offioe air, IIoiM-h and :-en'llth 5t.; UUM., he iuayinake another entry" and' not irice aa ready I'C' A* U shown by Mr. .tht purr, and .tr lug, and do-

t 'lowest rates, at the MISEOB ottice. .. 1-tf, l.e otli0'e l to jiay the flIS again. Wilkji, one ('crop of vat and one crop of rice eudlnt-4'J'wruy'e J'AS9ITU.

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t I THH FLOIUDA MIRttOU( : MAY[ 15.Loo ,.

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I HEFLEC' CluullC''lnnrl sound llnrbar.The I The I'IVMI at the Hlllt'rutlo", Iimt-OJjiee; 1oNrr.; : i Churle( i .f'-J n.Sa lunutth tl l'IJI'ld"
11 A ], I O S. I
following resolution was adopted l liy juitea( largo number, of papers' from abroad 1 Offirr ll.inrf-!From 1'1' ;'IHI' .t. sr I. to ;: _' .. .0:1.0fl _._..-.._ .__.. ...._._._. .._..___._ STI'I I.\IU':
-- ---- --- -- :Money Order, and l Registered: I/vttcr.! from I
the Republican State! ('onventiomiirtoh : had representatives\, at the Republican! (Convention ;
7 ,;!: .1 }'/-.I t it; I.fJf1 II/: .";A* .V/J.V77/X. i I )I iNI.A., >t. to |I:I ito'r' M. : and from :2.00) I'. M.I.I' '1Tlm'tll'Ul'U: :.
; : (
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1 That rail Gnhuesville.'e/
wo most t earnestly the at notice among/ .'
to ;J Jo::: t'. M. :Sundays: !. : from loi::{ ) to i 11:30::\ .
attention of (Congress to the fact made. other. the Triiy Jint/jrf, Cinrinnnti flnzrttf, SftI'tintiah I I' M. and liGi: :: to 4'Ml:: ) p. M I. Itomt.\CI: STEAMER[ : :,
To Cnrrei>nitt1rntft.ftfrrflion'twt.i known ,liy' a recent survey, that tlH'lllIrhol' U :
:j t and pre.?/nn' Imihiri tti'itfi /! i"I"/l ot' Cumberland; :Sonnil: l ;a, most tiiipurtntit, A""'.*, AVw Y"rl; .tinn.liu' irk H'wW, I I .Miuivirvt: > t'*:\rtTMit!: ( ,: OK THK Mtt.nrtlitrn I..'. rrll1'

t/it.l intprc trill, Jilni'r din-it In 1 IIUtnt one to tin commerceol' I this :State: and country mill AVir Turk Time The following; :State ,, \ J/"il-\nin'!' daily at 1 1110::; ,\. M. ST. .1011 S.

.Mtnnon firnnniliun, l''l t. I is in danger\ of being! greatly damaged I. if papers, u-ere represented, : The rinri'tlftn/ Closes: u. ;3IN11'{:' M.
not l lost, for want of timely action ; that Port I I frintlttrii Mtit-Arrives :3'Mi:::: I'. M.Closes I.
Sun ami I'l-rtt, r"i'II.11''''':'', lainesville' fdin :
I I'lincli i i. already\ endangered! : ; and!, therefore I ) : plMI;( \. M. : ,
11".1's Ojjtrc.'c and HIT, I LikeCity 1JfIl'/rl',', C rich HcinthiiiiiH Dt1'1' -
an immediate nl'ltrnltriatinnsbamm' bcgnmtcd .i'f..llari' ninl Trailer' Hill MailArrives ; -
]\\'c litre iflnlitifliril a HurtiHs. Ojfirr( nt ttictost to l prevent thi: great 1 loss; that, ill view of and Tampa Tril"",,.. ) Tuesdays and Fridays' at 2\0::\*i r. M.Closes 1. ; !

) ojjlrf/ inulcr;, tir rlinff/f' ref! Mf. If. 7': Wwiil, the Possible| : complications: arising: ) out or till' ( : :Mondays[ and. Thursdays lit $\:tN1t. M. ;-

ff., u-lin irtlrrrrirrnilirr! !]> timi, tttlirrt BraN : attempt) 1 h y I European/ powers' to dominate in I Iell/nel'tgIIc t'l-crtnct .11"/ ..'Y. /",riff, t!<,., nulls' ""' .';.;. .:

t mid utfirf furor* fur tlir Mtltitoit, unit "'/'fl harbor on the Atlantic coast t of the"State TIJI'lu:111,1, Fl'ilaat, 2o::! I'. M.1.II
t lift* thf.paper on filtr.A'cir should, as soon as possible" lie placed'\; the eVeiiinof:!: the loth pursuant to a call ,\'Wcdn'sdaysaiidSat'd'ays. :: : : ,t.'t. 'ril1ll'aFl'rlUlwlinl: for Jacksonville. Palatka -

I __ in a condition. to (grunt that. refuge! and t: of the ExecutiveCommitteeof: ( :< precinct Closes: Tuesdays, Wednesdays. \ lint! intermediate: landing: on :St.: .Jol!""

i e L mind: I'rf/rtabJf Mai-kcl to our commerce and IHwid"' 1'1'0It'dioll I f fall'ordcd : No. I.On t. Fridays and :Saturdays; : at 2:0::: I'. M. Hi\er, and, S.nannah\ and C'hark'stoii as lol1 -

r htlu' harbor of KeyCest and :$: tII.'I'. R'lMiKt.t.. 1'. :M.
Reported by Messrs. Acce it Taylor, 101 motion! of J. I 1i r. yluiney'illituu[ I 1 lows. : : .l
Pensacola: 011 the iuir of h'xi'o. and to From Feriiandiiiii an
;'t, Park Place: New York, commission merchants this Naylor Thompsonas' elected chairman.On .
i appropriation should bo made at theearliest Thtir-day, April 1, > \ M.
for Florida }produce.NKW Winter K<>HM>II IK7 and IMMO.O1OltIIA !9 M.
moment.A motion of John .\\'hitrut'y1..1.! Edwards :Sunday: 4, \

: YORK, May[ H, ISHO.\ -- .. : was elected secretary. Thursday\ I'\.j\, .\. :M.M..
Florida: Cucumbers. :3 iCI 1 t to, $I l.rJl'' }per (rate. A'cir EnterprlHe : AND FI.OHlII.Ix"Xn ).\ :Sunday: It 11, j .\. .
Florida Cabbages, $I..i to .*:2: per barrel.\ I(2uite II large party, numbering, nearly: forty The ('llairlllalll'xl'lailll'llhat) the object of Thursday, !.">, ;"' A. M.

sl Florida Potatoes, :$2.7.i: toj!:<4 !per' barrel the meeting was to send seven' delegates to STIM.IIIIOATt'tMIF'Y.: Sunday:: : It 1.$\, ,\. r.Thnr. .
e t Flriua'1'nmitatocs. #:2 to $1 per bushel.! \ in all, passed' through our city on Tuesday: {Callahan to attend the County Democratic' <,'la\', 2'1. 4 .t. :M.
Cucumbers <(4) j-rale. the llth 11I t.. from the North., hound forth TIMi; SCHEDFLE: H.I .
Choice: ( $1 1. tol.7Upcr > (Con veiltiIII t f'IIl1f'llli.r the selecting i : :Sunday: : .t M.
purpose I
Tomatoes ill demand. Adcrnmn- and. Cook mills lit Dutton.) Thursday, ::9!', ,'r> .t. >I.
or near
: delegates; !! to attend! the :State and District) ;aHimj K/t-rl Tuenliiy, Dirrinlier J.I, lf!?!>.
-- .\ large tract of land has" been purchased: at From Fernandina Savannah and (..liarlestoii -
Conventions' at (!ain(' \'i1I('.
[IT is rumored in London that the steamship Tuesday. April' :2, :3 i r. M.
ireat Kittfru: is to be fitted Up for a.stockcarrying this }point by the lion John Lynch, of :Moved( by O. :Stark: that a committee ofliv'e' : :No :SEASICKNESS: : :: : No OCEAN: DANGERS: Friday; n.I 9) A. M.

it Washington, upon which large improvement he appointed to suggest; the names of Tuesday 0, 12 M.
ship, to be sent to this port, !.o #
the I (Con *
suitable to attend County \
persons "
arc to made. Aderman's! mills at M Friday: 13.:; 2 P. M.
coming over our bar with floats, and then to vention.! The chairman: appointed. on said
.' Tuesilay, It li(;, 3 P. M.
) and
Dutton the mill of Cook t "'0 :
Ayres! ; :;
load: with cattle! from Texas! by way of ('{"larKI'Y. (committee: [ U.llIrk.I :: Then. :Starbuck.; ( ,4"0 t- .c & Friday, :20", !9) I'. M.
near Itrandy Hranch, are a part} of the projected J. 1 II.( :\(Mooncy. A. Ellcrmau: and John A.Whitney. "Tuesday, 23: S 9 A. M.

___.. __ __ scheme. Already the trlLm.wlIIIII4, -' Friday: *>?M 1 p. v. i i

.: THE Democratic meeting, for this precinct been laid for four miles! towards the St. The (committee suggested!; t l (the following ;; 1:3': : : J.! Tuesday, :'M: 3 I'. M.Close .
y to elect delegates to the County Convention, )fllry' River, from Duttoii'.s, and the Purpose lIF.uu\nfl: : \ connection made with steamers for
THE KTEVMRKS: :McllonvUlc and Enterprise, also with .steam
I which meet* at Callahan on the :22d innt., I is to carry'lt through to the river. The (1. Stark ,,'. N. Thompson\ ers for Oeklawaha) River; also Savannah: I

met at Hibernian Hall on :Monday evening, first huisness! will\ he the bringing in and J. Kllennaii; Dr. Then. Starbuck, "CITY HRIDOETON: with steamers!! for New York, Philadelphia,

; the 10th. The attendance was not large' probably shipment of logs to this' point, and the man C. W. Yulte, Win. Sharjie. ('itPt. JOHN FIT1.ClEIt\I.II. and Baltimore, and at Charleston with steamers -
'f' ; :Minus Mcleary.ALTERS( "DAVID CLAUK." for New York, Huston, Philadelphia, Haltimore ,
from the cause that everybody felt 11 fact arc and sdiipmcnt of lumber, but we : "I '
\ VTEH : Cn1ituinI'.tun, with :Northeastern and :South Carlo- '

'}ijJr, ;, :' that the right_men_.would__be_chosen.THK learn that other industries arc to he rapidly} l:. W. Smith, 'A. MacDonell[ After having undergone extensive repairs, lion Railroads for routes North, East and r

-". built up. are now in FJHST'L.omnn: in West.
./. Wandell, J. H. :Mooney,
( Democratic precinct meeting on Monday [ The party who arrived this week are of II': XII>'('!', David (Cribb, department, and will perform the FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER; : ACCOMMODATIONS : -

1(' evening unanimously! requested the delegates those coming to make! their homes! mi this John Ar r't. (ONLY INSIDE: ROUTE SERVICE .

,/'-:. to the County Convention to stronglyadvocate land, and about two hundred.. more lire to On motion of O.} I). iilchrist, the reportof \ between Savannah and Florida Through Tickets and Staterooms! secured
the chosen whole.. connecting and all information furnished at oflice corner -
the advising delegates the committee was adopted' as
follow. They were of the class 1 that Florida Savannah with the first-class
?, hon4 On motion of (I J. N. !Saussy! the delegatesof at Nework! !\ (' lltrl' and Second streets
J Much convention to favor the tinu'- -
; hy needs settlers and will 1 be of the (Ocean Steamship Co. for ,
( most
K as! cordiallywelcomed this precinct\ were instructed to suspendthe \ :"l.ly( C. A. XOYES.:
! 4 ;, oral Democratic! two-thirds rule. Thus farevery anll'e trust will he as favorablyiuy0ressed two-think! rule. also with Philadelphia. Baltimore and Hostoii --- -- -

r / (f.ti : Democratic. State Convention has declared with their new home1'itht the J. A. EnwAiiiis: Secretary.MAlllXK. \ Steamers. MALLORY'SFI.OKIDA
OOINCJ sot Ttl
, t) ?- in favor of its retention. manufacturing establishment: now being ll/I'id ci/.,.,k-
v' ;;t "- + ST:.\USIlII. I.IM:
; Leave :Mavannah.\bnulay: [ Afternoon.Thurs-.
erected and those null the
projected, nciH1ness -
: THE Florida Town Improvement (Companylm
j day Afternoon.
to shipping ]>oint for fruit end vegetables
i t'; sold quite a number nfl'lIIulllot14, which ,grown ,by them, the settlers should (tlnd I'ort of rernaniUna.KIOll Arrive '\' Fri-: ; 1)1 root Line toew "ork.jJ. .

:' they had laid. out in blocks near I the county their new homes an advantageous! exchangeas \ WATK.lt.: Only

t; :< road just outside! of the corporate limits! well as! a pleasant one.: foIatnrll1II"[ !.*>. \. M. I'. :M. City "f! llriilietunIxavo .
tnvauuoh.1'ut's.a': .\ Saturday
t mince the first of the The prices beingvery ('''"IIl.'t.c'Ith this, thesameparties! have Sunday, 111.! ....... 0:24::! UI": ; : "
'j'1't year. Afternoon.
large tracts of land the :tit; Mary'sRiver ( "
upon Monday: 1;. llIi": (; 1li":(
:{.;' low tutu, 1 tl'rlll'l'I\"y, the inducement offered and they have repaired and will operate Tuesday, 18. :lU" 2:4'1'evlnesday : :! Arrive l'crnundimiu.\1'e.micwlayInning: ,

t ;"lj, tho industrious colored men in our some of the mills there Turpentine I I \ 1(1( ....... :IIIi"; ::1:40": Sunday Jtorniug.Arrive.leeksonvilie.Vt'.lnes.hiv.

i : town to own and I 1 improve their! own lots! I is farms will also! he started.\ Thursday. :2 h<,. dn5: .1:11'1":: Arrive 1'alatktt.\I'edncsday: E\cning.Noon.' '
The outlook for I this new enterprise is certainly Friday, :21. .*>:.OI ."i:3S::I )

n'rY.tn'lIt. _. favorable, and we trust! it will prove lioixu SOUTH.
all\ that projectors! !'! contemplate.Captain / City vf! Itd.lgrlonLeawi' TIm FINK STKAMsini-S(:: ,
THK: delegations sent from the cities along KXTKnr.n.May : Palatka: .Thursday Afternoon.I .

i' t the lieu of railroad. from here to Cedar Key, Clann n'(','''''''. [ t-Mehi.vnnr:: I':.' llnyln, Dickeiisun/ A-avc Jacksonville J .Thursday! ) Night.Leave ; WKSTKKX: : TiXAS.
New 'Vi irk. \ :: :3.op.m.J:: .
1 Fernandina..Sunday: Friday.Arrive
to urge tho appropriation necessary for (theprotection In late of the CharltHtoll'If tintCimriir Hall Philadel ('A1T. II1N1-X: ;,
Sch. Slimti
a copy ( May 1- !!, : Savannali..Mondav) Morning, tiat urlayloaning -
)/l :; J of our harbor from the wash that an extract from an address by Colonel h,1iIn1May ) ( ; CITY 0. DALLAS
the ruin of bar have 1-Hrig Miyry C. Cimrry, Terry, New ,
threatcns'to prove our Charles! II. Ol instead: before ,Jhe Georgia( : : Ilti riil ('I"d.-
York., Leave Fcrnail.iua.1'uesduy. In':: II ill Friday CAPT.
passed through on their return. All of those : ;': i
1 Historical: Society, is published, III which avery May[ :3-Sch. Sill; ,. L'. KCHHK, Sylvanus, New Evening. ....

seen express themselves as quite confident worthy tribute is paid Ii, Captain Clam! lurk, Arrive Savumuuu\1'cdoesiluy, ) Night, :Saturday : of the above Steamers will leave "

of the assistance asked from the committee Werner, (of (lie ((le'rlllI'" 1'olnnteersw'holost May[ :3-S. S. X/. Mm't, Vogel: I Charleston.May ) Night;: for New York every Fridayto "<
being recommended.A ; ( 6.-Sch. .'Mnttic' h'. 1-'I/JI"/ ', Hragg: ; :, (Ches: o'rl-Oll both trips :South: and North, ( suit the tide). h (
bus, life while acting officer of the night inIkidtery
ter. the \David: (Claikyill: call\ at all\ way landings.\ I This! line, having no transfers! make 'j,
t, r I'C' I.\I.I. cotton factory has been started In / Wagner, on t the lit h of July, 1.'4G1..It : May (Ii-i S. $. .../. .1"1,,,'s, Vogel; \, ( 'harh'luII. All trips h'rlllillalilll1111.1: !starting fromFernandina hl'hn'1 I I'

1 the. peep 01' dawn on the I llth tlll'lirt11" May[ 7-S. S. \Ilistrra\ Trtn*, 1 lines. New : connect with Transit Railroad: I FKRNANDINA AND YORK, f"f"I
Tallahassee and is well This Is
doing an \
York. .
assaulted.. The engagement was of short Ex: press Train to and trom Jacksonville, and ,
that the whole and this ; ; ( ': li. r- iiri. J:. Ifullirt Mould( the
industry South' & May 7-: < < there with St'uaut'rstotuu.s:: from all landings om,1

p State especially, needs to encourage and duration, and boon the "l"Ukl'lI111111I11 was ( 'hurll. tllll. on the :St.; Johns al'o to and from Uu;; lII':<- nEST AND TtANI'ORTATION'l' '
in full retreat 01' l'aptaiuI'erner\, C Colonel I May lo)-Si-h. J'tnitiie/ II*. ..lohitstun Outten, 'illt.'ulll", Cedar Key, etc. Tickets are cll'rEST -
build tIP.'ith every !inducement in the instead! hays; ; Philadelphia.May sold through to and from all the above ( ) l FLORIDA) $IIhl'l1 il''egetahles : :;. :':

way of certain }rlllits-pron'lI to be so by 12: -:S;, S. ,S/. ..1,111I'11'o'lI.I.; 1, Charleston.! points, and when Steamer:: City of IricL'ct! : .
all who have tried it-capitalill and must "Our own loss! was insignificant( )in numbers May( 12: -Sch. Anita. :Small: Philadelphia., u11'throngh l.ctween. :; \ ; and Fruits \\'iI''l'I1111:
: but the First! Regiment: ; was sorely bereaved I"luI.I'I J Philadelphia. i -a\'lIll11ulllIl\lll'.lIat-1 care; in handling. ;
l'h.,1.. \ .
J. this manufacture May[ 1 l.'t: /. ka, passengers: ; also have ; J:
I eventually be I'lal'"II1\\ : in the death (lff'uplaill'rlu'r.. This ":
} ) rail between Fernaiidiua\ and Jacksonille. l'I.xmmo: (! \ ( )
C and those who are first in the Ih.I.1111 reap gallant otlicer was; slain early in the li' ht. LKVIIII.: : .i : : prpyrlxsm
I He died in the discharge of duty, lI..hlIlat.1 \ l'lf.U.Tll' :: f
large" gains for their outlay. his May( 1 Schooner' Henry A.I \WiIIi"II'"il. For :MateRoom: : *, Tickets, unit all\ other
thing; for the land of adoption. His traveling public are offered the ad t
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j THE! : attention (vegetable chipper Israiled \'Oi'l'\\ culling' :, his comrades to arms, hail been son Mav, Xl'Yurk.Schooner:: S. 1".11', >.i//I/III/I.,, Campbell jiarticiilars OHiccs\ ,: apply to following; Agentsand ; \alltl;! of I DIRKtrr) LINE: :, WITHOUT g'
!!' to greet our ears as the morning ANY: < 'HANiI'.S.: ( made atJacksoiuille
\ to time importance' \ of assorting the broke, and now it was! hushed I forever. Modest 1- "'11 ilu'1\1"h ia. Savannah::: ( !il.-I(Cor. Hull and llryan :Sts.: : I with nil'oll..tOI" for all :

t different' and in the' simple: and. unpretending in his: manners :lay'Stetuucr.'i't..lots'tirel( :: Charles oltl.ositt Pula-ki: and :Screveii: Joll( l'. the ( : ',
grades carefully! packing ; ton.., l'rrpHE[ : 1'1a.-\t the Eginont: : hate( I points on $r. John's) OI.kbwalt.ln.1 .'
he hail:, won a warm place in t the. II!Ii- Indian Rivers, and whh the' Transit l lUiil- ,
to pack: the crates full to u\'ul.lll11 jostle! or May :Sc-hooiuT Tlierei"! A. Kmtr, I'erkitry'New and 1 to !Capt. Jno. 1 L. Roumillat, Agent.Jacksonville ; .
tion .I' the 'oll"allll'hi his ( reliability
\ ( 0 perfect road at Pcrnandina for all railroad "Iatinn.
: 1 movement (tho contents when the crates under all circumstances, enforced the York. I'ku-I''miter Hay and Pine
are handler treat I improvement: I has beennoticed \ respect' ( and\ admi.iitioii of all who knew flay[ 7-Melt. mt'rJeuaie /'. Will,;', Chad. :St-: ? Dr.) L'Engle's: ; I h'lI'Iorl') :' ; .\. C. I'anphero in Florid. ""

t 1 him. r.IVIIIII"h11"; called to mourn wick;New York. Tkkl.tj.'lIt ; A. I. Hungerford, I FREKillT( i AND: PA>SENER: RAT11S: I
this upon
yctrhltiubimatter over previous !1..1401' in those :May 7-"teanucr't.:: J<,/11I11, Vogel: Charles\ Agent.St.; AS LOW .\ IIY IXD1KECT : .
I ho sons! terriblt'yeurs, : 11XE
j season but much can yet be\ dune goodirtidecan many t 1111. :: Augustine; Flu.-Oll the Hay, U.1: F.
but of had taken in herdefence
none arms '
.,1 : be and is very theft ruined by sooner, none Millcrcd up privation' uudlulpri"onuuent Mav;!"-Schooner J-'niiirin /,'. llnltrrk. Mould( Armstrong, Agent.Palatka ;: K'rThroigh Rates and ]Hills of l.ulimig 0'
I : Flu.-Lilicnthal I Hrothers .t ( 11.. to points. ,
: handling and manner of sending to market. for her more patiently, all.1lI..m'
; For further information
: I \\ TaM Hiiics Agents. passage; or apply
din I than ( Clan Werner. Iaj-Steamship'eteru I ;
more( gallantly -
; I New Y.irk. ;il'STAYE: LKV1icnrral : ::. to
4 Tut new lumber wharves: for the .\.0.! it .... . ( Paentrcr Agent. I W. :SOrrilWICK: Agent: ,
:May Schooner: ///' r >/ /"!/, Hall ; :
W. I. T. R. H. are being pushed forward to "'Eleetrle ISatterle" adelphia. l'hil-r i W. i'. 1 HAUUY I t l Fernandina. .
J OII1"IIII\'! l'a"a Cil'll'rnlrl'lIt.: :SavannahJ. :: C. II. )LJOY: .t ('0.. .
completion, and will extend from Hroomestreet May 14-llrig; Tyrut, :
.\ great .so-called! Electric: Hat- I Pier I : l New York.
many N. HARRIMAN[ : : : : : : :' It: \'l' i'-tf l
: north along (the shore line. They will manufactured! H" 'lllIIlIl '
tcries, by one Prof. : _11 ___ __ _Manager._ .;__ __ I'
have about twelve more slips for vessels;! to othl'J"oI' han'I'I'1I )oiight;: in our city ; in f.lI.tonl' COMMIIUCIAL.rcrnaiullint I 0 I I'LOKIUA .\\ !> I!.\VAX A .

AS f receive{ at, which will give time railroad a l'"tll'UI'a" of their ST. .tiAiiY'S KBVM: \'IUT.; '. i 'L1
so persuaded
: !
llrn'kct.t'otuncrEI iI 7KKKLY: FAST : (
g ;r wharf! facility\ for nearly or tjuitw twentyships medicinal virtue, that ho bought two, ami hUH WKEKLV: : II01.. \WTKV.: I I I 1 L\II :J.IYWI': ,

(for this commodity alone, at a time. .,
:1 not had a touch of rheumati.-m or neural :SpiritTurpentine: IKT gal........ (
The design, we learn, is that as the demands gla"'Inca he commenced tvtaringthtntl; [In Rosin, common, IKT bbl...,....... (;(* '';."> .- Itnr.J 1. ,

F of trade require it these wharves will ho car speaking of these same batterries, (the American Tar..................................none in market. .-'-- =: "--- .... ,= j.IttiI'erfuruerl :
I '
tll down (the west! shore line of (the (island Crude Turin-ntiue.I none! i in market.
the :
l Ayricu'tiiriiit following) : : :STEAMER: ( ( FLOUA: ,
("ttoll-.l. Inland in the !seed.! .. 4J tirernantllnn 5; _
as far as may be necessary.IT ''' ,
I . (lucre i is ) more development of electricaction \
I ( I between these hits of metal [COIUHIS-] J'etatl Market. ('.tat', JOHX H '\IIIMIX, '

has often 11t'1rl'lIurkl,1 in our hearing lug the "battery"] than there in between (the by the new and elegantly up-

that certain of our totr.tM'C'rr much coins Ill OIIl"III' It'kl.t-I1I\l1 w e pronounce toitUKCTKU BV .\. B. Suit!<. WILL Ul'X ON THi: :ST., MAHY'S HIV-: iHiinteil steamship .\) IILH.lcwlil.t'I( ) t'' .

111.1.,1 the city carts. Houses have )been built, thing to be an titter barc-fucod thl'l ironer, Corner Centre nuttFI.OVU 8'uI11l t.ftt't1. I during, the season as follows]l : according to the schedule, )

There is one melancholy feature in the KKK1: : ETC. Ix-ave ST. M'wi".1\'EIt1IOND.1\( : Leave Cedar Key on Tuesday .
gardens and dooryards cleaned. and the rubbish suchsuert's"fun 'I TIirUSD.VY: MOUNINU( I at I : posure-of humbugs-for, to' Flour, |I'r barrel..................,..f7 M( 8 Ou i iMeal (Passengers from Savannah leave by shouter
thrown the tltrt'Cb.Vht'ro it has remained far the numbers Mild this ha Item : and will leave FEKXAXMXIsame of
\ as ( go, u ( ::1rg< 4 (Ill> I City Iril.tll on Saturday 4-{Ip. mil. Leave

in some cases: for many weeks. trllte:4h-hat is, the comment it suggests (Jrits; .......................................3 ;.')(* 4 (N) days:intermediate at J> a. m.landimr-. for CAMP PIXCKXEYand the river. 1-\nallna! JadsO'iE'.li)' Transit Railroad
UIMHI, the intelligence: of the community.We 121 1 1l all train (), Arrive at
Will not the authorities (lieremoval Sugar. tjo( : IlnnnJ.
proper KVKUY: : .ITI.\: and FIJI-
V make iMKists (if our popular' education,:,f Hacon. 71 (u. !> Returning/ Key West .Wednesday IwMin,1,. Arrive at
of such unsightly, excresences from 1).1will arrive at ST. Muy's at ;3 m. ,
the general intelligence of the pride) and all or111 IHT bushel..................... 70( !Si> p. Havana \\ l..II".laath'rllm..
our city ? In l'lwlll'ro" It is the duty of the rest of it. Yet here is a tiling in its Rico .... 7KiHutter 8r touching/ FKKX\XI. S \ JlIMin (( \( Havana Thursday even
WI.nX..H1111I1: .: SATl'IIDAYS! I
the property owners! have the)lawn enforced, IItrnf'ful'vitllutl,, the simplest l laws of sonny :. '('y <*>.'*> ill' Lln Ke'yVe'i:t Frila\morning. .Ar
will I'an''T.:' M IRY'U at a+::ill a. m., and can I
wholl'lIh'r.1tl'1y Cctlar
and hundreds j
bought worn by Key
) Uinl ound.... (* 10 Saturday I '' (and at
and such should 1m ,
as done l by the city theyhould that feel its electrical lice Is i chartered for excursions to j ,
assert they can Hav. IH.T 100 .' 1 :24i( : 1 31) Jal'k:11'illc and Fernandina by Transit 1
> hasten and accomplish action and claim to IMS benefited' orcured Self-Rabint Flour. U :25($ 11 .V DIIIII"I1.' i Jairul Saturday evening all at Savannah 1

liy it. Yet it ran have 1\lI1I101"e effectthan Salt........................................ 1 10(i, 1 l.'t.1 and other joints of interest in the vicinityof .tl'aml'r' City:of lri.l on Monday nn mating M
THE d'eorgia; ; and Florida Inland Steamboat the, hu '-dll't'llut' carried altout their Oats, per bushel! ....................... lin(, Iii l-Yrnaiidina. ), thus forming shortest 1""ill'l. !
Coniiuny| announce a change in their' IIt'r Hml by the ignorant, as 'preventive ofrhenutatism'i' Through, Bills or Lading route between the United States Ult(ull. -

tfchcdulc. ; we regret; that the article (vas I i Just Jlrcclreil : f I by MALLOKY'S LINK: of Steamers' to all P.ISAI1t.tTK:..

drought to us! too late fur this! is ue. The The Vegetable Shipments. :)11I) barrel' Flour. 1 points on the St. )lul"II. Cnttit. Er"I""".

steamer City of Jtritljttoii waits here, her The numln'r of crates shipped\ by the :UKI Kicks ('..rll. ('10"' '' Connection Savannah Fernandina to Ja\.uua.........* :: ('N) $4* 51)
to ..... 2 southern terminal point, for the nrrh"uluf lantic, (i ul fit West India Trail-it \t-I hill. barrels Pearl! <;iri-t. made with the New York and Savannah Jacksonville to lanmu. as (

the extra vegetable trains on Monday( and during its last, weekly period, was ll<;:! lou barrels K. D. Meal.V Steamers. Mark( all goods Care of Steamer I IFI.m" For staterooms and tit kets:apply O, to -:\,1
> Ixtxes lUicon.H .
Friday nights from the .\. i Timothy" Hay. (ACCOMMODATIONS, Fernandina. S ron PAS. :i iscugers. .\Savannah ALDEX'STouri-t:: tia.-Comer Office Hull and

'and the Peninsular Railroads running direct owing to the uf :: (N) sacks O"ts. I HrvanMKL
; impossibility pickingand Kxeursionists: : anil 'fuuri..til'ilI! i street 11 A. '

( from this city to Savannah; and there packing, but we think with the returnof .\. H. XOVES.at tint this u very attractive trip, as" the scenery Fernaiidiua: l'L.gent.A. I : -

:j making close connection for the :North, clear weather, which now promises, we planted-.--Once- I is !grand and alligators anti other game are '' LEN, Agent. lutd. .

while the DwM Cl.marl: will leave on Wednesday t. will have very heavy receipt Prices will :Sit barrels Florida Syrup.SA ; abundant.For further information apply to A.Jal'klm'ic'url'r.. Hay nt: and I ine ,tn'l'l.

and\ Bat unlay, touching at the usual lw noted in the :New York price (current( ) bushels StH-.l Potatoes. I. JOHN WCHAIIDSON: \tilel L\ : thc(II>'. It F. AIM

points along! the route, ( 14th IIl!>t., in another column. A.: H. :Son,. 35-tf J-Yrnanduia, Fla. : ( :'u-tf
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