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 29, 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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1 VOL. I II I.: FERNAND1NA FLA. SATURDAY, MAY 21)), 1880.l NO. 1!.


STATKinrs.. .. burglars! in that ity. Th'y are! s.iid to have: I (":."'/;J.t14 lX1'II.I.llU'l; :. :: .'- tint: broke out in the vacant "I'nitcd 1J(1'OilT(1"1' rritci .(, :..

fal-e: keys to almost\ t every hou-ein the place. Nhttes \Hold: m Fdcnburg.: an oil I town in \ :M! .\VIMOTH' OHVIX 1 lit:....\. *.rot* TO iiH: r.Kf: rM -
Hit vat.A Ir i is now reported that the sickness: ofCourtney I" : ,.-Ycstcnlay mottling at twelve o'clock
and had already, onunitted many depredations. Clarion" C'lIlIlIly. The !tire spread rapidly: ,
I'.oi.Tix )Dtvu..-There has: been greatdissatisfaction I \\11"1111 a 'sham and that the \racewas in accordance: with adu-tliM\ ''' i-MhlNhcci!
.\ .I'al I of about vvontv-live small retailstoreson \
the stolen
irood pr11pertteas burning :
!: in ])))1I\"ul'ollntv) over the lie: :sold months before it wa l'O'\'l',1. by diie-etion (Council the wharf 'tract: belonging
jiuMicaii' nominations for f'IIIII'ill\ the house of one of the) band Main !stre-et' ( and a "number' of dwellings. ; ; to tho city, Iv'ing immediately wot .si(
tinAimhly. Tat Metlmdl-t) H.tH'I'IIII'lnfl'\'PIII'l' at (Cincinnati Krnbb's,) brick block and Tom Tra- of the Ogee-ehco canal, havliu a Iront'on theSavannah -
On the :2.'U: incctin .\ correspondent of the 1'linidinii oilers the ;
a ;: vviis held!'! at \\hiih
several '
the Mh icelcctod! : Iihvrrof'1toti'etiud: :
on Phillips : \ containing
'l'r'l'ltthill the
\ store were only buildingssaved.
( individuals! made! name of ( 01. 15. lI.linullle( a* one nuMsuitable
about four and half .
spec-dies' n
'questinniugt'onnver's acres vvi otVetod\ At
Hunt book airents at, New York cite and ..T.M. .
!. The loss will hi about ii l I'-II"H' ). The
: political life in Florida! and finally for the nomination of Oavernorul'ml auction.. by the city marshal\ "c.qitain\ I. L,
Mr. J. C. re-cloy! tier some\ clear and; ( (Iambic has many and warm lends\ ( r. "'lIltl, )book agent) at Cincinnati. tire is! suppo-cd to have been the \\oik of anincendiary. (loodwln/ : In front of the ExdIl1l1J.:1'1.:
forcible throughout the :tat.o good trueand A 1'OX.otrlll'k: Mitchell: Dakota, on the i Hundreds of families are home though it was understood. who wlIlIt1I'e( tin (
remarks in ,
disapprobation of the (\I'iolllll' many mm'miser th1'c''II quite an attendance ot '
t the late Republican COllnty"oll\'l'lI'" tried are offered' we are sure the hoieo :!:")the, causing a great deal) damage1.; Many less. busine'ss' nie-ii and Iu'II\'\' capitalist! !

tion, offered. the following series! of resolutions willl|1. the most judicious!! for the party of buildings were blown down and\ fences destroyed. Jnx.rTIUNT.: : of the fatted :Mates circuit Captain (/ioodwin lead) thu udvcrtiscimntannouneimj

which were adopted, : all where all are noble men. Two men were killed and four (Court on the :2Jd: I inst., grained an order re- the sale: \ and ('a'tuin) I H..Cun(
I )badly\ wounded.( stiaining the :St. Louis, Iron :Mountain and ningham the e-onditions! of the lit ('(1. The
Itemilieit, That it is! the sense of this mect- In the :Supremo (Court of the Tinted :Otllt"I: p1'lIp'rt111111 been uppniisctl by live'/ uppnrior '
ing, that (the nominees of the late con in the l'a..l'If the "'l'"tl'rnlrth! Carolina Tut t: iron mills and I furnaces of Kensington :Southern: Railroad:: Company) from Intel! 'for- I\i nlloillh'lt by the city:, and two by

\'I'lItiolluf this county for the I.cgMatuo i: Railroad ( : 10'. Hrl'Ou"! district' in Philadelphia, employing hug with the business: or privileges of the the (' Hnlrat, and the fifth; bv the four
Company ivr. 1
arc not icprosentative men, and. not Miih as icorgo idle in :Southern Kx: \press: (Company/ on the line of sele-e-te'd. 11.11 .thll' c..tilnt.t toW), I7i0( !i.
can command 1 the votes and the respect of ernor. there was a motion! made to vacate 12,000: men, are now canseuItence This!! communieation -
that mad, until the further orders CII' that nc'c'OI'IIIIC' 1
the party in the county. the order allowing the Western" ]Division of of differences between masters! and to t the Mayor/ from "Colonel! Wad Icy.

Rc, IJII't further, That the State ticket put i the Western North Carolina Railroad to j>orfeet I men as to wages.A : court. The hearing of the application' for President of the Central Iairlwi read ;at
in nomination tit the Gainesville ('onn'n.I the injunction will be granted June\ 7th. the hist me'ctlng of {'Ollldl, II the
I tion is stab its appeal. The hearing of this motion S\>TA C'nrz, California l'ult-h ports "Ildl
: a at the Republican party in the The case out ofa ii'uthhicuit lain )by (the latter !stated that( it was thl'cl..if'l.fhl'lI.ltl1111 -
State, and we earnestly' liope that the nominations was l'ol"tpntH'llIntil' the case! is! hl'urtlon its railroad accident on the South Pacific!\ to erect grain I''nlor.111
1 tl
be s-o changed; as: to uminiand the i merits. Motions vacate .supersede-as bond, ('(,n"f Railroad, at Big Trees em the :'Jtth. railroad h company to the express euugtuuythat 1ll'ltcl; that it would nl'l'01l11101Intl. the
support and respect of the Mate and nation. after June I 1st they will do business local well the
killed and express as a* export trade of the city.
and to vacate the approval of the bond were Thirteen persons were other!* will
Jfaohrd, That! the former committee of eivtr their road themselves. Tho wlllrl'prop'rh' west of the canal, belonging
nineteen be requested (to take the whale matter details! There i is now n strong probabilitythat die. Over forty were wounded.AT to the city, was considered as tin-

into consideration and make such suggestions when thv court meets in the fall a decision a meeting of the competitors for the nH'f'll1u. host, meeting/ the requirement desired I I, noel'

;( as they UlOl'l'lII proper for the will be reached which will bring to a places on the Irish Team, the following were A HI.HI.IN\ dispute to the 1'i11,11nl! liixcttr hence tho inquiry \\11 I/ll' 1)01llt) _
I government of the sympathizers these it 1 is stated that a conference relative to term the property could
speedy settlement all these railroad suits- Says hnll
meeting aconsummation selected as! the team proper : W. :Milton Far- A resolution
was adopted, the
the reek will bo 111'1.1111 Paris, authoriring
P. y Finleyin letter to the {J"irllIll.. ireM I !most devoutly to be wished: ro, II, p, ( 'lark, S. J. Scott Homer "Fisher, question Mayor( (to 11forl Colonel: Wadley that tin .
that his :< Itr-J"lurirliaa; Hansom Hathburn, .1. F. llrovvn, and \\'. flue nice for t the* Derby) for C threeyearolds I (ity would dispose of the tropertyuponsin- [
name !shall not be used: before the Madttton. ditlon.s that were named the '
II. Jackson.' The reserve team sails/ for Ku- was won bv' the! (Duke of Wi'stmiuister's principal ot
convention as a Congressional nominee it which) was that should be "old at less
The Krmrder that the execution of i tot
says June 5th. ( Hen D'Or : C. llrcwer'.s( : Robert the than the 1
rope ]
having been ! Devil see-ond }Prim ittykoff's I Mask! thin;]. Alter '
; for sale t the .
Jacksonville loss is iublishing 'a IT is amusing to notice the change of feeling hl'IIII.1 nrtl"l'll IiI' ,
| this week.A I i Nineteen horses! engaged! !, ] t'u cll ', pr"pl'1'twn.. nl'r11'I'tl'nlll' f
!cries: of valuable letters, fl'OIll'urioui: parts :'I II(rs. Thomas Kimbell, living in Madison or the utter forpetfulness! of Hepublicanpaper \'{ above I'tllh'clh'n CIJ1tnil
Tin famine In those of Asm Minor h
the Whtttaker outrage Some portions ,
of the State. Much interesting: ; information suicide last week takinga upon Cunningham l11111l\hl'II ( dash'
attempted by
; Ihllt'n'' invaded the Russians during ( .
still for by 'nptnll' for bids. (Colonel
in them concerning t the I .sectionsupon of our exchanges are calling vengeance i !
1'g1'l'n :
half-ounce of laudanum.
Prompt\ care the tiends who committed the ) tlll'ir'lIr with Turkey, i Is re-jNtrted to be I Wadley bid $7,000), and there he-ing no other! .
which they treat. saved her life. upon bid, the pntjierly' after the tonal I formula,
From the published analysis i!! of the waterin Ma rton.J1r. outrll l". WbittakcrV joke was hard upon doing It'lIl'flll'hl'k ; many have already perishcd was .kJwkl'.I' down" nt that figure, and ,

the new reservoir: at Jacksonville, as published K. .1. Harris received a tine lot of orange some con volitions.Is l and 1 many more must soon fllllllA \\'. the pure-baser announced n* the OceanSteamship \

by the NH/I niitl? I'l-im, the quality of trees:! from the Lake last! Tuesday: ; which the trial suit of Cob John T. Harroll IITItIK riot at llatcilonii, :Spain: among Colonel' / Wudley(Company, Savannah.his :

water' obtained compares very favorably with he will \plant out on his }place {Ill Orange! against the F.lcvatod Hailroad Company to the woolen operatives' grew; to such dimensions largo envelope, rllt t1kllj I'rOI 1101'11' in Iodt 1.- l

the water !supply of other ities. AvenueMr.: Han is I is as active as a young recover damages for Injuries sustained in u : that troops' wire eanie-d I thou to quell ancc, handed It to the* assistant! i-tty tl'1 1

The Suit (mlVc$,*miniiot hut admit it does man, laid i is doing much to develop the in- collision on the. Elevated Hailroad on the them. The rioters! destroyed the! machinery r'r. dl((1'. (h'l. L. Cope, with the'- : rc'I I

not like the nomination of 11'itherpuou:< and diMrial interests of our county. Indeed he :itfth of :March lust, verdict was rendered in the mills and l tired (Ih11I11I several }places.IXIMKIV mark turned: to"There's go. Tho the entire money transaction, and quietly dill ,

!says : We did not likehis talk tit (!aines\'ille and I l'apt..Agucw'\ are about the most! active in KIII;;11 county :Supreme Court, Brooklyn, May( :21.-In the House of Commons not occupy) the minutes! Ull1'4 an c-vi-

and came to the conclusion that modesty i is men in the \place. Their example :should for the plaintiff the sum"' of VOMH:?< ( ). to-day :Oir'illh'll: (Liwson, Liberal dense how .xpc-ditioiisly IIll'h things, can b {
dontt when business is I
not highly cultivated virtue with liim." make our young men bestir themselves.Omttyc. .- Foil tho six months' ending :March :31st, t the- member from (Carlisle, gave notice* that at The purchase" may !Inregaithd meant. asinq>oi- |

]Dr.) Knight; has rcportedonly one death to Om'IIIIl'/'. New York elevated Railroad: Company after the earliest opportunity he would move an taut and of great Interest: to thf communi-! ; ,j

the National Hoard of Health as ouuring; in }paying working expenses, interest: on fifty address! for the r'c'nlof\ sir Hartlo Frere'fiom/ ty. Under the c-onditions the elevator r N (to j v.

I this i city for the week ending; on t thc> :22d! i in! t. :Sanford: I ILLS an artillery company, too. per cent, bonds and a dividend often percent the (tove-rnorshipof. the* Cape ofdood. Hope. and have(is a tohccomplctcdwithintwelvemonths.capacity for lUO.OOO I bushel of prain, ; M t
hands for the South:
Twenty-seven new :
C Cause, t1\lIption.-Thl! EII..t Jaekson-' on its stock has a surplus of $:;-.'I'HICI.( ) 'l'otiuilureuf Philadelphia! tt:: HetidingHiilrond As it is of importanto the loinpanv to i .t'
ville Republicans held 1 /11I11 nti-C( 'flIIIIH'1'. meeting Florida llailroad: came on the steamer HIUHI On) theother hand the :MonhnttanCompany'sbusiness ( ( i I c-ati-eda I disastrous Ilc'd linein stocks have it in opc'rlltll bv the opening of the ; ,{ .I,:
on :-iun.lar'l'lIing la..t. Cato Lee, in Tuesday 1'\'I'lIing.-r.{ Charles' Wcinrich business year will be IM> delay in the .
:< : for the same monlhs showed a in London\ The bonds of (his mind fell from! i /
the course of )his harangue said other brought in town a few days since a spec\ 'imen matter, and it Is IIIO: among deficit of : : to cents the failure I .
!al: uSa: {!Mt.AT !I. eighty-four fifty : causing by tho 1st of September. (
of corn raised on his place at Fort Heed. fllhlhet
", things, that "if a dog was nominated' for } the cabinet meeting on the :!I-ot, :Se-crc-: of one l broker, 'I'l'IIp.rll.
(ovcinor: of the :State by the Republicans' in Thl'-otalk'lIll'IIOIlI'I'lllIol'e! than ten feet, with Kvarts: n'lI.lu communication from Sir: till! wc'tillhiest .ll'all.' ..... Other failure's arc go in n few days to inspect (the dl\.ut,..* at J
ears correspondingly\ large. Inc swill the tary : !that point, obtain ( ", tli '
regular convention: assembled: he would feel foarod. 'stllllh' tlnk{ ; 11'; 1[
yield than at the rate of Kdwaid: Thornton, Hritish Minister, stating ncc-cssary have one J "
it his: .Iuty to -ui'i'oit' him." Rather hard,! was more sixty urrlll et1lt 1111 i
Conovcr. bushels to the acre. He hltlul"l',1 us afcitili.er that. the I Hritish government favors the proposed WVM.OVV, IKH: \M>, May( :21.! -On the arrival I for; t the ({'C'11 Steamship ('0111 puny. Th'I' i
on ( .-lktyarrl. was our first chokein I is
: every to believe (that thls'finprovi-I .
International Sanitary Convention in : h'reycster lay of u train. cnntuinhtg't'nigrauts 1'1'1'01 j tnu'nt
1$7L<; We believe he can be dented as i Stoekbridge: (Corn :Manure.: -Lake vvilltcndgrcatlytocnhaiicethogrowthami I I <
Washington, and! suggtsthng that it would I )bewell from Kerry, on their' \\:1)10: America I ,
against any Republican. The vote of t Florida Ktr-tis.: and( the {'OUlltl'YlIrrollllllill: like J prosperity' of Savannah, as without t t nuch '
to invite delegates !from (Jreat Itritain's the compaitmcnts in tt hkll they were ot grain, '
Iuot large, but \ve trust it will go to sdlthe the balance of Orange county, i is in the li,1 t1 1IIIIInl no ionsideruble -
I'riIlI' Pllll'ololli'II. seated( vM-re stormed)' ;IIHIIIII'II) of the :South: of
Ua 'ar.lcCJlullln.-Whr docs not the midst of grand "boom. Near one huiiilrcd from the* Northwest (' I'X\tlll\ l'I'I"II'I'I

.Swu 11//111'/1'1111 hoist: the :slate; ticket which i is acres of land! have been cleared and TIM forest fires i in New Jersey,and I 1 Pennsylvania (Cork' militia, who beat tin- emigrants! unmercifully !'C'I'lI-"u'IIlfl> ."(/ ."//!,l'I'a""II"II\. : .

now c'lIl11ph'h'1'1' the rumors that that planted III orange and other fruits in the last I still continue to do 'great damage.: and ousted them from the carriages \'

\paper, is sorely disgruntled: with the nominations six months, and I therosl'l'I't\ h'e buildings; The railroads are having the spaces upon Some oft III' c'llIlrllllt"'t'I'U; seriously .A A/11' TICKKT.

l'orr'ctiliow: your colors !-Five with the attendant improvements soon each side. of their tracks cleared, which! will injured. Tlie' militia had just been disband- The rl'SI I is furnished with the ..ucompa- !'Inylty ,

it footin with not only (their \ tend cd after their annual trllllllll;;. ; circular for publication :
save to
Cubans, fresh from Havana, have been permitted (place on a equality) numerous propertybut .: 1
other older settlements in the county. chock tIc spread. of the flames. The town ('oilyt'esialonal.Tlie JJ.UIVAI&Y11I0t.. : ...N.tinxtl._I Ill.-
to the utter been
enter city, having
"I'"LI.\N ,.UUll Ft. '1. ;r.) P'TU hi1F.1.T
subjected to a thorough fllllll atioll.-Jllck- tfitufurd; Joiirntil. of Coudersport was destroyed II by fire startingin ; Sf'llIIte.-Tlw :Sacre: tarry of War recommend \, W., WAHISCJTO.V, May{ 21 I, lhw .-PUI''H-

mnrillf ['11111I. The engineer c'orof\ the South Florida. one of their' storeH. Loss, $jKOfM). *! to tho Senate! the sale of the Oglestliorpe ; ant to instruction of the National K\fcn-:

The testing of the sections of water pipe Railroad: completed the survey into town on THE Hon. Kugcne: ,Hal', v\hn has just nturncd *- Barracks, in :Savannah.: 'tive promoting Committecj the nomination of Repuhheuns of I Jfon.ingagtt It.) K.in .4 .

wept of I'ine street will probably: ,Ie completed the vve-t :side! to-day, and willcomnicnce the from u trip to 1'loridaandw illsPeulla I In the course of (the debate upon Mr.Kuyard's Uruee, United States 1'lltu. at Chicago, for .
be Osceola' the cast few days in Chicago bill defining/ the terms of the chief the Vice.l'residency ( tim ''f
to-day and then tho testing will survey by on to-morrow. expresses' most emphatically I luih'llltlt'1I.
commenced upon the sections east of i'hnestreet The grading is complete\ within sight of tin conviction that the JJepublioan : supervisors of elections, In reply to Mr.( Rol- following, und address isini-c1|to the' 11.111U.lll| f
hits!!,lit' New 1( )1 Ilutler of:South: party purticnlarly
It is: thought now that on Friday the Maitland town hall, and a force will com- I'n'sltll'lItinlclulllhlatl', whoever he maybe Hamp-ln'ri' assemble at Chicago next month, 11 J'i
linal test will )be made, which i is ten streams menccin a day or two between .Maitland and will not rttcive a single electoral vote in Carolina Maud: "The :Senator: from Ts'ewHampshire Nc-nting the name of Mr. truce 1 for. \ '-
is laid :Southern: :State.: He ( has ransacked all\ the filthy and Prc-idenc'V we are eontident Mutt Iil nomination -
track .
of water thrown one hundred feet high, this place. The now to I otig- any regards Mr. Ulaine'sprowpeetsas "
re-cords in I will I bring strength and l MIUI-S tJparty. ,t'
dirty Washington and ev'r\\'h'f t4
through inch nozzle, in any part of the citysimultaneously. I a'\\11'1.-! It. llolden brought into our brighter now than ever IM'f ore.,1lubilr { [ YUI should suj.imrt, 'him, not I b<'
: ,-Captain "'111. Kendrick, atli'e' (hats: week some Itermud.i onions weigh- t/'J/ta.! else" for (lie )purpo} "<* of pronouncing tho cause he 1> u negro W'It'III, but because'Ids

r who has just" arrives! from South Florida, hug over two' Mounds each. Hut he don't THE :Methodist ( Conference at Cincinnati 1IC'41ktluli} on my :Mate.' I simply de-sire to rciMtnl t Ls c'\IJI t'1 111 y'arhe bits-
now that whathojias said Is from the 1I'1' (the only !Hl'luhlh'll| ihvNnitiiern : -
says that"thei eople down I by the Caloos-: want anything .said. about tlH'IIIII"i he is con had{ quite stormy meeting/ on the :22d.: \ The say It'gitilugtothit'I I end artinteuuh.tiblermtuuluy C i i f'UUI. where: the |*arty fruJ'has leist t'ultr.Jl.

ah'atchie: and all through (i 'll'S country ti.ll'lIt111'11 his: l'rllof\ onions is ripened point wus'c'r a rule tJftlll' Conference', I that I and I Imulrl, cl>4 of thousand' of citizens tire
I upon the character of .South:; (Carolina. Ih'all I
around there never before had such crops or. that he will have ""IIII.largl.r than grown by when thirty member of 'urI order, lay undministerial on tlievergeuf disfium IdHcnicni : whoo t'upics .'*
i take& cuca-ion hereafter to pay my ,.n'11t't'h .his |1llc without que-xtion, uiid! that his. j julflt'ial
were The him hut -two pounds ten ounces.! He demand I it *
so pro-perous as low impression year a vote may bo taken
conduct i 11 without
III what he I honorable Senator 'has! rcproaeb, and ajciroved
is: gaining ground here that the Captain "beat all the onion :growers: in the :Statel.i,tjear I by orders separately and concurrent, and I "aid. I will not dt-lay the t Senate now." { bvall piutit-s, while lilt jHliilutl! vote '.
went south to play some Charley Rosy business and is confident of growing a three both tire required to rarryuuy moth,". The I law !'{'11 Invariably (' "t with the IScpnbll-:
The Senate 'has
Hot the House[
: 'tt)1Ill1ltl'll -
on Chii co, the old Indian chief, but pound onion this year.-Ol/undo JrJ"JrtfT. question arose during the debate over the ( U party a fact. Ills Jllllalilq1'Ult!
i I re-solution' to wljuuru oii;,; the :HUt It I is IUW, I raise the 111l wlltther lIt 1"IJ .
that in Homo way the tlojiemeut was de- I'ntnaiii.A Mcthodi-t Hook ( ? '('rn.Tut thoughtthat Congress may adjourn "byJltne for the..Democratic luirly tl lay cl.wn ihcunoiutitutional -

l feated.< -Hon. U. Archibald has pur- number) our l' lizl'JI'4IIII\'e small farms : following. .letter was found in n !bottle I loth. A. H. Stephens' Is reported as saying {' l't'Jlillc "i'ur1th" ycur.that

'based fifty acres of the Walker tract, havinga not far back in the country, where they cultivate picked upon South nt'llC'lltll'ar\ Fort Morgan that an adjournmentunildnot\ )be bad be- Statct minorities), forming can (.1111. majorltieM ttl(1 HI t.II'\'t1 tla-

good river front near the $t. John mill. the orange and other fruits, i potatoes, Ala : "May 1:. 187+*-Ship' JIr jxri
The price paid was forty-fi'e hundred dollars. jieas, corn and ti variety of other things. A bound to London from South Australia. IIIul'lroxmute Jhuie.-Mr. H .phcns of (Joorgiu Introduced life ali vigor ) O./uu( < 'publican voter(in

There are several hundred orange trees on capital idea this for future years when the ,: latitude 37i"; north, and longitude I- '. u J.>in"' resolution authorizing the the' >Hthern balance .of Iuul.l.uivu' .>,(U'riitbiinlat -

the land purchased by Judge Archibald, and head gets gray. With a few acres of land for :!*:Jwwt, The finder \\illljlease: report Secretary of War to furnish the (late City publican voters in the Satu\of Ohio and ft

it is understood he will at once proceed to a homestead u man has hope of a quiet rest- to the HoyaHi'eographiealSociety, London I iuards' of Atlanta, Msjrglu, with 401)' tentson u ttitullarly kignifieant Republit'auuelementIn

make improvements uj,on the property. ingylace when other business fails. Thereis for ocean currents Cunt off )by C. I I.<. I the occasion of !laying the cornerstoneof the pivotal Mate of New York and in tin--

JIJcbalUjUe Sun and 1',eIl8, nothing like having piece of land to fallback Wrapge, of H. A, H." i the )ftlllorllll.\nl u'r)', commemorative of Incl Htat HO of( !. The' ',nominution NPW Jt -Y.of Coiinectic)'r. Jirnr tu, .

Encambla. upon, though it may IHJ KTr.nd-rate THE Hud.-M.ii River Tunnel hilll passed the the reunion fI f he( $Mate floats AouIdVulmhiutt the idea of Horuefci'JreoUjof -.

The Pensucola Gazette urges upon their pine wood:* boil. Cincinnatudesired no Senate of that State last week It hat gone )Ir. Jones, of Floricbi, from the Committee T'IUIIul' Stevcnx, of Abrahum Liiicolii,
of ( Cliurlc Slimmer, of I'lysiHtr lirant, <>JJamcii
business men to foster the sponge trade at more than seven acres in the j-omitous daysof to it* third reading in the Ansc-mbly. fly on public Lands, reported favorably the
that port. The.cauM-s gh'euollli the practicability old !:IJrne. Weare fast! returning to primitive this", tunnel six: New Jersey railroads", will be House ',Ill to confirm! certain entries and deal of t'l' jrtut Hcpuhlicun I"rty. und re.lieve .

of the enterprise as shown, seem to ideas on the Janet l'uljl'l1. A few acre brought directly into the 'heart of the city of warrant locations in the 1'alatka military the at once of thu ..jiteMioii otca

f ,' warrant the (jazctte't advice.llllleboro.. attended It "sufficient. \ew York awl deliver reservation Florida which te In American J olitle-s. J/Ut well fertilized and well : ixissenpeni on Uroad- was placed on wild of the finance, the WItl' is.to .
-The railroad bill that was i.>assed at a way. The tunnel U already being rapidly the t calendar r and the |arty. .h.uM UII'ntlll.r.UI(
The Hoard of Health met last Monday late meeting of the town council, was vetoed pushed forward from the New Jersey Mule that )toexccute the( ( .
TUE Kr.LLOI.o (! "r.--A Washington
itial show
eight and Tt'a llal '. It is not provable} ) how.ever and it is tupiMted the work Mill he the lw. is determinutioii to exw'ute-
as will be seen, hare adopted by Mayor > { I | com.plettsl nays : "UI"r.-fn-nu'lt its probable that !hi u l. we say to the l part v and the nation
rules and regulations for an effective quarantine that the interest of the road will be within less than two yearn. day or two Governor Hampton will nuhmit on 11.111)of.INt.IMM) ( u Aim-ricuiin, wlu.

which will be rigidly enforced as oc-: retarded. The council ran by unanimous A TKBKIBLE railroad accident occurred on a motion for the indefinite ]Mint IN>IIl'lUcUt of loyalty .a 1I11 nation had to *Iei> .I
the Kellogg case, and that General jordon at the 'hu..o, unrcsiuittsl toil has
c CUMOII may demand. At the fame time the action Mass the bill over the head of the the South Pacific Coast Hail road on the will make a grand farewell xpctxh of con- HJut'l. lagoon and buide! cities in t

moot thorough internal cleanliness will be Mayor. The question at last mukt IMS fetttled 21th ; thirteen persons were klll<<.11l1nll over dilation and j>e ice. The following! Democrat the waste>i-Lice-f. while they luivc rumi/leil

enforced, and it i* to bo hoj eul that in this by a vote of the citizen, which will lit done forty were womidwl. The tint two cars ofa are put clown as likely. to vote for the the base of a fubntmntlal comment, lu the'

direction our citizens will cordially and in ....-a.'Oll.J.alatlaluaU.. train of excunioniau jumped the track don.l.amar.indefinite |itostiteneurntr JutU-rr! | Whyte Hamilton(Jrhl, le, Handolph. Cior-. that language the hlglu-xt lUc-kminihtere eXrd of, they bavtMbui ,

utaneou-sly second the ifforts of the au. St. John's. throwing the pa sengvn forward in a heap (!,mono. Jones of Florida, Hazard.Thunnan toward fiu > dUlritcl]
thorities._Tautpu Tribune, W. r;. M. Pinkham has fold his ILtven Hilt the ground, crushing and' partly running Walker, Harris, pendlcton, and I)element hal IICuaritabf'JU llc\'e that UC\"t>w.' j: s sIt
i also Judge Davlf, of Illinoi*. It must not be
will asM-rt itself it l U u '
Leon. wood roirty to Mr. Allen, of Ohio, who ; over them The cam were open one understood however that any of then Senator tulle of the American ) Itt i.lt-

The FlofUluin says that the Tallahassee contemplates substantial! improvements. with railings around them and temjioraryneat have authorized any statement to be .H. MiLTojf JI''IIt l'linu"u

loliee hare arroted |'art of a gang of negro Bt, .h1/lUIu l'r'u and contained about 125: I persons each made auto their intention.;' .W. H. Bets: S 'n1ur Tut. t!

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UXHKUKF.: were such, lovclv blue null her smile s III )bewitching h+uig near him, nil those teilious days, wh(1 27t o vn L j; .IXI Tin llXe; small kingdom, about one-quarter' a) large
There i isiu unbelief that thl'lImt, not the heart to J Khcn'; mind wandcreil) and, he II as Rhode Island ; but he was very comfortable :
"'hoc'rhllt seed; beneath the nd, scold, beside! lit had, humored her III all troubled, incoherent sentences, in which, The first work 11tl1 did, in the and his (1'l'opll'1' happy.,
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And waits\ in it the clod her wilfulnws himself! und lucre was the poor fellow he to,11I1), I lll hopes and fears.He spring was to di.j hi He was so Hit as it hOIICI.t, (' fairy"s charm on
see" a1
Trusts he In)lU.lIIWIIY(cull, faintest resemblance, to Barbara in the brow I was au IUlf1111 and ghostly vary: fond 1)f1Inrk and I beans' that he liked to the stump good for one year, so 1
ami dimpled chin \vliicli tied, hint Land l and 1 1font. pale with an Ugly scar in left temple I'' know the bed wal ready long before' it wits when the time had passed Trouble, got up
Whoever says, when clouds lurch theky, and his: hands \\lknlll'r\lI': on the'I I time for planting; the H'.1 His little son and set out again on his travels, he
"L'c patient' heart light breaketb by and "Oh, what a lovely thing) !" said Theo, ('Ii' tract. The litt IIUll'IIt If !sanity and Karl played about 11111 ''11cnhe'as : made it his first IIII-illt'j: to find Hans"
by," cvvcting'' the rose and stretching out her consciousness: which came male hint sigh i I tired of pllillj sat t on an old stump nearby I It was not hard to find him ; hit Trouhie "
Tri 11I the Most High. plump) little hand. N it lir. me'?" and wish that he hail remained) "oblivious and) 1'.II ; himself.When i could, not get into the kingdom., He f
) \o"smiidl'.bciiiutmergritlly,) "i'vthmid life and its miseries. Is was Itarbara who I Hans had finished. digging/ he walked around it once or twice every day, .
Whoever, see, 'ncath winter' field! of now, an eye on this 1'111,1'; some: time. I noticed leaned o\'r him while her Jrl'lt brown tytsIlllol I wanted his hut and so he turnedto the but be never could I find u place where lie
The silent harvest: of the future grow that your Ludv Isabels: are in a line condition. with tears. I stump, against t which he 11(1 put it, but Karl could enter.Hans .
(;offs, )power must know. : You will\ have a rluslerof them lithe .; Ob. Kben; how l':1 "ol bear to look at had, taken it tilt and with it was digging Up used to !sec him sometimes, and, as
day after to-iiirriw." me? You (':1 never forgive i me!" I the jrOIIIII'lr the hOISI'1111 he always jeered at him, Trouble grew to
Whoever: lie down on his couch to slccn y :"Well, yon old stingy.; Mipposeyoti) don't YIII would not say that if "Ol knew I 1ltllT: called him. he brought hate f Hans more and 1 on'. J
Content to lock each sense in .lumber deep\ mind, running down, tll the mail forme ; I what i is in my' heart." the hoe back: but took the rake instead: andwandered One day) Trouble had an idea. He sent for
Knows loll will keep.Whoever forgot what Barbara asked mo to do.. and (_ minim: you 1.1 me, Kben: ? 1 ant so out of sight. S o when Hans his niece: Discontent and he managed, toget ,
shall! got a scolding! from mamma who wretched." wanted 1 the rake, it also was gone, and he her in. She was a curious creature. She
1. says, ''To-inorrow," "Tho t'n- can't have tab crossed. in anything, you "I I am ""rrfr that ; I must not tell Jl"II''l'r angry, and, pitching the hoe on was rather pretty, but she always* reminded,
known," know." you, larham. Il'llllt stiffer more than 1 ] started to look for Klr1 everybody of some one else Discontent
n s The Knture," trusts that power alone "hall, have to go down'moil. see Nanson: 111'.. tle Don't 'Illlf that again !t" voice. went at once to the palace, and got a placeto
+ He dares disown about the wagon; gear any way to-night, and "Then shall I tell \11!omlhilJ'f' and Do what ? said Hans, looking nrllm1 fan the kilg
; I can just a* well stop at the I povt-ollicc. Is she hid her face in the pillow. putout I\\11\, pitch your awkward to,11 ull\t Whill this she always tlihel to
The heart that looks on when the cytlidy(1(1'e it the letter f'lllll-frolll New Haven And his )hand and) touched her Ill'aII'lIrl', '' !11. "31y" good, !CIl'l01! must think thereis him.
Kben: \thoughtlessly bit off the leiuesof ingly. no one else in the world; !" One day after dinner she said : "
And dim to live when life has only woes, the rose and mangled theft with his, !strong I have II't'l1' wilful I and blind andvery Hans looked down, anil \ a farm-fairy .Are V'll not tired chicken croquettes' ? /
(lod'sennlfurt( know white teeth : I. I would have In'l standing on the 11oe-hamillie, "No,1 1 am not," said King Hans. "I think I
Then1 unbelief Ye, it wis the letter from New Haven, my as 'o\ gave yours, forlime "Did I hit \'Ol?" he said "I didn't they are t.I" ',
: and h Kbcii: 1Va-charged to bring lip a II'WlIon'l ." mean 1uu : trl..1 of oysters?
And bv and tll.
day night unconsciously
dily, and silk and But oh Itarbara darling, didn't!" said the I No I not, Han.s. '
The heart live that faith the :.tome pink sewing: eighteen Harlrt; my wdl01 fairy I am
d mid knoweth by lips deny ; celluloid, buttons by Then, who ran after I gave lilC because I lived you better than I would have bad fl'l01 if you : "I \011111Il' if 1 always had thl'l fried misyou
why him to I suggest/ chocolate caramel. incascthe life, than Heaven. I would rather have,died But 'still have knocked) the roof of lilY house do, said Hi't'ol "I like 1 dlal ('.
letter failed.! than live to lose you forcn'r. III." Did) \01 u.l' ha\1 chicken t'rO'luctM' and I
+ it Ann AH A.ASXIF. It was a sort of satisfaction: to him that But \0\ hill( not :" Her arms Hans took of his: hat and scratched his oysters; you were n kill i
;dr }, the letter tlM fail Hut it hurt him to !see stole tenderly around,. him and she laid her IIall This was a I'rctlooklllt., Ollcml- Xo !" rt"lil'lllI!!. I had what I
;4 : : KOHKKTSO.V: nxix. Barbara's disappointment. He had remembered t cheek against his. I owe my life to you il : farm-fairy theery beginning; of liked; h .tl'r. 1111 beans."
) Theo's womanish little errands and and it is yours." spring I, I good dish," said she. \\hy' I
S Was there any mail, Khen ?" he! Mill held the rose, which' hi- laid now I Barbara, think \\hatymi are 11)'il I "Well, now,"said he slowly, "I dirtknow don't you have some now ?"
f And leaning over the little wi<'kU gate, on Barbara's clasped 1 hand- For all she !hat be mud enough to think that you) what to do ;about it, I_ "I calf: ,.said Hall That would. neverdo. ,
her dark locks: falling about her in pretty, I, had, grown to hate the old place, !she loved 1l' !" "Suppose( y'tl mend it," said the fairy, Kings don't cat pork 'and beans 1"
(arek'H tresses, Itarbara looked wistfully its old-fashioned, : big 1111rO"4I fondly Kben, my' (love, \'oUlrt. ni the wnrt to sharply.and then he disappeared. .\ few 'days mailer this Discontent came to
t .)OWII the s-hady) street and then up 1 at the when a child, and 1'1'1; hrall.11 long( me. Cannot von see that is so? If I knew where it was, I Wnl"1' said the king just before dinner ]n..tel.1of her !
t()..,ill g dins, where the busy births 'wer.e garland: of t them for, hermit 11ot and "My OWII't'h !* Hans: and he began looking fan she had her bonnet in her hand 7
/'IJattcril1;,. And sad to relate a frown' of; bl'!! \ one great effort. and, a :spasm of It then occurred to him that the house: "I I have to go to my)' house," she said!, :
: discontent crept over Barbara's holy white She caressed: the rose and, tucked it in old strength: Klx-n pressed, her to his must lie under the Lime so he picked i up hit I will be' back, soon. I have something
brow.r among the curling locks: where it ticMlcdjust heart. t\wlllgnl looking dO l'hfIll it. lovely there. I Wol Mn't miss i for any-
"N'o, there were no letters for the l<(cjih! : I against her cheek. Kben tluheil andpaled .\11.1 you never meant to marry Ney?" I He had, twice before seen 1 fairy, but had thing.." \ .
tons." Mid, Khen, in rather U savage no,'''I. a.* hu remembered how he had (laid his "I I ant afraid, I Ion' meant to make you not the slightest idea what 1 fairy's house '.' 11 hat's t that'said HII .
"i I made especial inquiries fir YOU," and) iieart in the heart II that rose. jealous:," said, : with her old :sauciIICS.S. looked like. Pork and beam !t" said she. "UOI't ,'Ol
Kben'-s lower lip trembled a little, and his "The letter be sure to be here tomorrow lr\I'lty he saw that the iron part of the want some?"
k i voice softened! ) wonderfully) for him. "I ;" he said gently "I 1 am going IlnWI .I Ihal mend now fast: enough, hut not i hlllrk1, into the earth, and he began "Of tears I do," replied Hans, eagerly ; .
s Hiippose( ( von are anxious to get away front the first tiling in the 101Iil The young until have promised, to abide by what I to look closely lt that point. Ho then "but' von couldn't bring me any 'nll larl, ,
.th old place' Miss Barbara?" ladies uroumTLiirliorough. are not to be' lithium :-aI V darling." (carefully ltl..ll(, of the 10oIl't earth, wouldn't lot you III.
Yes, I am," said Mis.s: Lei ghton'bar" '*, 1 g gallant 1 this season .\ handsome I 'I promise solemnly.' found 11'11. {' hlol, 111,1 saw "'I suppose not, replied ; Iut I tell
with an imperial. air. "I am sick of it all.I young man from Xew York has come down I l ltci we ,1:1 be married to-llrrl\" the titrhOIe.: you what you could do. Yifti could, cometo
should be glad\ to go anywhere away front to stay wunc"weeks in tho neighborhood/ ; I Inlet It WI square and beautifully lIelt, mv horse Nit one \\'olh1Il'l'! you. It
hero." hill' with Dr. Onif-by in the J gi,r. KEKl SHUT. The floor was strewn witli pine h'I\I', maid is oily 1 little way off down in the luaus.there,1r .
f ]Kben! made) no reply Hi looked, dll\\"lIat Ehl'l: was not slow to note that this hit II rOUl'.1HHJ'1 I in the corner was 11taT little bed made, of and she pointed; lolt the window.Huns 1 .
4 \ ti the tangled:!: curls, tfusoft/ wistful brown, news uwukcjicd 1. a faint :show of interest II The 1uuhururran .t'meat of the narrow, soft/ young i:, green I buds, and covered with 1 I ; l'OII.llIot think what I possible harm
lI l\\ *yes the dimpled h hands clasped over theiiiesli Itarb.ira. I branched and delicately-furnished: nas.ilpassages little blanket made ofir.1, feathers.llaus could be in his having I good old-fashioned
r of 111I1I'yCu'kll'oI-thl'tI: away over What wax he like'' saiil Barbara, blushing ( I Is specially' : !uutttrain i the IiII' took oft' the of the roof, and dinner. So he took off his crown, got his
tlit tip;'tytif the snowy balsams toward t the a little. "I trust he is an acquisition. and to warm it before' it enters the lungs. was very (':I.flllltt to let any dirt fall on hat, and they started ill, They reached
'. xreat world, Barbara's, heart was. Hu Did) he look like gentleman '" The foul und sickening/ cfllmia which IlIl''I' tlc floor. 1IV thl'l the hole, and the hOI C safely, and, sure enough, there
was thinking with one cruel pang' ; which Yes, he looked like one, E"I'1 was compelled meets in I,1\/tr\.1 through the crowded a green clover ,,Il'Ilct right/ size, and leas u smoking dish ot pork and beans, anil
gripped his heart at that moment of what ) to admit that he did and that he city i is hrt'lthe.1 greater impunity I fitted !it in, witl the green part down.He the king (certainly lte I hearty dinner that
life would) be at the f'arn''ilhnut Barbara. wore elegant clothes, and had slender white through the nose than through the mouth I I then Wl'11 back to his wok, and tried ilav! )
He had tried of late to live without connecting h:111, which, l Ehl'l had not. Haw air, inhaled I through the mouth, inducts I to use Ids hoe instead of tl rake, but he hit he had not noticed that, as they
il )' hor in any way with his davsand nights, ) 'lllh'r this, Kben: in an agony of jealous hoarseness, coughs, etc. i could I not make it do Very wl'l, so he bestir walked, Discontent took him out of his
Ids duties, his hardships;) I and his joys: but ho anguish was compelled, to accord the The great actor (Cixike, wh,1 11)11tll/ mad, at Karl again. kllglol. and that her house was' far be
i l had made sorry work of it. It gave Kben a stranger a great many other advantages, nail his friend and faithfll aUt'lllant. Jr"tl'r. I "That was very well done," said, the fairy, yond h0111:1tlll'I..
fright to know how much everything ,defended accomplishmentHerode' well, wasa good that although he could.I make no \: il appearing) on the :oItll"I was quite He : : of pork null
1 on this proud' ( spoiled beauty, whosetlream : idiot, talkl'IIIII'IIII ', sketched passably, un money', 'he wOllhlgihilll !something worthmoney. 1" ;good idea to put : il : down. It beans to notice 1I1 :thill
I I now was to get away from !such as he! ,I. I WI I, and I was Miss L'iItoll'O1I0lt : He thl'l advised Broster to set up lookl1, and the worms willohc more Of l'UIre, however !the very moment t
+ I -the common folks around I<.iirliorough.liarharaat ) ardent admirer. as I teacher of elocution, and to impart to apt tl go up than dlwlI. Iiltl' !!. Hans stepped out of his kingdom Troublesprang
; : eighteen/ had u /great longing for Ehl'l foresaw all this, and yet once wll1 his pupils, on ''IIIHU'1 of u large fee and I : What do 'Ol want: for pay ?" in.'rlln .
that gay world of which she 'had read III their Ilil h'l'oit'I': Moated out to his little a solemn, promise not to divulge' it, thit'seeret i ." I want; sa\llalll.rl..I)., "that what I Hans went back to his palace there
summer evenings when sitting under the lh'l, he brought down a hammer wrathfully of his (Cooke's) extraordinary powers of I tint on that : "t\there.:. sat Trouble the throne, and there he !sat (
i musky: vines In the ftrit-h1)use porch, or and smashed, his thumb nail. Morning mind; voice und its unflagging quality, which ay I\\'rv well," :said the ', jumping elfin ever after, for, the farm fairy never appeared ;
when lying amid the cowslips. in the mea night! ho saddled and brought round horses to ('lrl' on respiration through/ the nostrils, I i T'li haste ; "but wh.1(11( \01 ask for again und Hans never found, any one else '
(low under.n n growing; weight of care, for Barham ami Mr. Ney and went away to so as: not to dry or irritate the delicate organs i such aridiculomtstliiagaslhat ? \ mtimightleave who kiln 1.111'1 that would Trouble
Kben: W1l'rc\\ with great brown' hands, in thoapacity hi.work in the hot tields'hlle; they were ofthl''oll'. Broster took this mh'lt'l' had a bag of gold, or been a king, or ut n tbtll'I'-JIilf, '( kN't('Jll'l( .
,} ,,' of help to the Widow) Leighton.; c'IIII'rilll down the shady roads, and Mrs. and \l'll wll lot to retire with a for something; like thlt. Itys, .
Kben as its much part and parcel of the and Then were heating eggs in the tune. He every young clergyman, "So; I might! .. Hans. But I take .M
t place! as iho' crumbling headstones in the little I buttery. and getting up rare dishes for tea. who took lessoits, sign I bond that in the that wish: "back Il be a king.." A SHORT distance from Buena Vista i is I r
graveyard on the hill where nil the dead The letter had come fnaielv Haven and I event of his l''lil I Bishop he would I "SI you replied the fairy, "itl cave inhabited by spiders which differ frul a
I heightens were ly'is;:. No one ever dreamed Jtarhara hail answered I briefly that she couldnot pay a further fee of its guineas. John The- i I. too late 1 I\ You have had your wish. other !l'itl'J in their enormous size, and are J:
.z ./t' his: p-ing/ away, although his merits were go until I home time later.: Hie had IICUT wail inherited the secret fWI Broster, and s quite ll'ful to the needy cople j in that region. ,
"; m-knon! I..I, and it was cheerfully admitted looked MI animated I I and, beautiful as now. used it with similar reserve unlllrnlt' ; but The hln.t, that year was very good and The cave was discovered last December t
't'I' I that the I'IIhnll grow into it "strong' ;, She rarely saw Khcn: and Khcn; pent on at his son, on being; appointed .t'tlr' the people' all looked Iur\urll'tl I better by. apart of sight-seers; and the "llll'I" .
ry handsome man, with shrewd c ciipiicities a his inventions, feeling; a: If every 1 blow of his er on public reading UIIIIII'lkhl.1"l'I".1/ winter than usual, UII to his and their work were wltl''I1 On
financier and u turn for nu hiIiterv..A great; chisel drove out a piece of his 'hl'lrt't core. the secret to all his :I I wife, Lisbcth, as one evening he lighted his ing the ('an'ul' is \' the funny
niuiiy at the village; hud drop)>ed into the And, although he would have l'lrl..1 the greatest im{>ortance to theca.ilr. ) pipe, after supper, that Whl'l the corn was looking wd,!!. They are worked like other:
habit of addressing, 'him lately as Mr. Hex- il'l, Kla-n: bail grown wonderfully haggard ) l'itlllul gives an epitome of the expcrience i' sold he would buy another pig. .wl'hot' spiders, but every fibre i is ten t times
Ik l ford, unit Klcn': muscle! cumnumdeil. re- with /great Circles under his eyes of Mr. (;icorgc ( ;tlimi in his travels Lisbcth nodded her head, for she too, liked its large us the ones woven by ordinary spiders. .
c pcct.t He hud a littlo "IIU try in the barn 1111111' CJrlh,1, introduced Kdgar! Sty among the Indians, of whom Il'i.it..l tJ<) pork and I beans, and, Hans then opened the On passing further info the cave the
;I he called hi< workshop, where at .sad hotm to the Lihtfl. He took little pride in the tribes. Everywhere he fll,1 II.t:1 door to look at the sky. sliders are encountered. They are about
l s and on.rainy days, he tinkered. with iathc kllwll'llc he was the better man of women ('lIr'flil to press together the : Coming up the path' was U tall, thin unpleasantlooking of small birds and make I strange j'
stud ]pulleys and edged tool,*. When his the two, Itt he did know that he could their tlilr'l after leaving the breast, and man. He wore U shabby sound while weaving their web. Thlrb: ;
Jarni work had In-en tidied up and the tek crush, Soy with tlC I hand into a limp, "lulc-( "l.flre hfl suspended in their narrow cradles old gray cloak, and carried a black l lox, are so tough, and the fibres so II thlt it "
had been milki! and tunuil into the green less mass,'and he wondered "Ulllct in 'l'"lir, and he found it to be avery bound with brass, and marked "Pandora." is almost an im]>o.ssibility to break down I J {
{1 tvoodlands again Kben: shut himself up in he did not. One 111'11 was sei/cd with a rare thing to hear of n death duringchildhood \rhl'l he cane' near to Hans he stood still, web. Suite wl'kl ago while looking at the !
'+ his and ttered his tit of trembling. pruning a among of the tribes beforestrong but said not miner to
r workshop i over numer WI. j 1"11 tll) \\mt cave a got examining the webs
inventions ami thought of what greatjxisMbilities tn'l when he looked tip and" Barbara Mood drinks and diseases Wt.r' introduced ) olll'\'Clil suit ]taus' Their strands were about the size of No. 1' i
lr t ; ijitght have been his if he had : ''I'for him in her hUli, switching at the among thl'l by the whites. It i is:said The mal nodded but he did not speak, thread, and he thought thut they ( : y
t iieen born something better than Mr.( Leigh- i mottled butterflies tllUl'rlotll1 the hollyhock that no animal but man ever sleeps with his What do >'Ol want ? asked Illl. used for thread. Having t needle oult his 1,
ton'it farm hand.' He realized weitsibly that *, and around Kben's; hr"wl hands. mouth open, and that the lungs need U degree "To come in, replied the man."Oh. possession he broke off of tie strands l laid f
t '' (tlll're'ere still j>o.Mbilities! for him out yonder How pale and ill you look Kben.: It of rest from laltor whkh they get with you do !1" lan! .-| said ; hut don't found that it fitted CI needle. Sewing
c beyond the dark line of elm ail tint was) the least he could say" uli it wits thetruth. the moderate inhalation that, with a low )'UI think 'Ul li tay 'by your leave to on a loose button, to test the efficacy, he
Ii \vhUh he couldree from his, study window. }:hl'n'/heart beat madly for U mo pulse, attenfls j perfect nightly fl'IIJ"C. u man on own doorstep? found it as strong O! silk thread, and itanswered
1 i But his benefactor had died and left all the 1l'It and th1 went on slowly )(r. Catlin attributes his escape frlluala- wuul the stranger said : his every ose. Since then the
j tangled threads of hilt affaire for young Hex I I am Itt one to get ill, Miss Iturbaru;' I rial ft'\'t'I and his, actual rl'\'l'f'from pul-) I \ (' I please, I stay have ( (l1ul and curried away
'I i ford to unravel, and lie could not have deserted am not browned much a.s usual, i'erhai monarv (", to 1 (' l'n'ul1e of o.s long us I like, and I go away when I hosts:of the webs., Nat the not >-
: Mrs. Leighton and the girls-llurlmra *." the rule to keep the lips und teeth c0I'1' choose. My name is Trouble." l ear to object in the least.IIMn is somrtalk iq 1
und Theo. It would not have been right or His .) Barbara" sounded oddly, and shut. Went lie went to the Trouble !I" cried Ian! ."0 LUbeth. : among capitalists of starting a thread ;
manly.I Things were going IItrII.thnow) bin looks belied his word.s. Shelooked down was feeble. He found himself compiled to here's Trouble, and the all hi|, und factory there and using the w fur thread. -
however ; the farm was in a ,nstjmenntrcon- at the ground and said nervously, : sleep in the UI"I, dewy air. His one main we meant to have such crp time !I" Ltavileille, Colorado, b. '
dition, and even an indifferent manager .* I lwllt'| 'tl will not argue ,ith me this precaution secured the entire restoration of )Why don't you go somewhere else? ----- ---------
Eben 'hud axed: in their 'places. But Klx: >nremainwl riding the colt, Tarn O'Slunter to the falls. had good teeth, which remained sound door and stood by IUls. We are poor. ftr.tCI along the Boston & Albany Kail-
on at the fanu while the seasons I am not in the least afraid.. I to old age, and that there were no stutterers II't'I.le., one of the telegraph gangs of WOrkll1
waxed and waned, and the girls were growing .hut I am," said Reuben calmly. "Icannot among them. nut han to suit," said Trouble, overheard the following among;
into tine, tall young women, with restless permit )'ul to rude your life with that In lib closing paragraphs he advises that and I can 0 :comfortable with i>oor a railroad track-gang near bv. They were
Cp yearnings for a busier life than wa, to Vicious '',lt. mothers at home, and teachers In seminaries eople 8" rich ; so, if you will just step talking of the telegraph. .Pat," one
JH- hud at Larborough. "Mr. Sty,will take ('ur of his viciousness : boul make nightly rounds a long a aside, I'll come in." of them, "do you know how the says dom
lie had exiKx-ted that a girl so pretty as ." Barbara answered, 1 trifle insolently. Il' put 1 stop to the unnatural, If you will waitone minute," said Lis thing wurruks?" Tat replies, "Do you
Barbara would be some time leaving MI dull .Mr Se ride O'Shanter and welcome dangerous and disgusting habit of sleepingwith beth, more milI will warm you some know, Dt'lnLi. when you step on the ofa
u plMve, but he nevertheless felt a wild nuv- but Ircannot consent for you to." the mouth open.. No one who has supper. : tle 1 sat on that stump), and snake how his ttftigue leaps out tai his
rage: loam at his heart, when he learned that "Then I must do it without yourconsent.Be been snoring through the night feels l 1'1P I'll be ready il time. mouth f* "Inducle I do," DCIII .
j\ letter had been sent to a dUtant aunt to w> kind as to have the colt -around in a erly refreshed in the morning. Keep "Get your best," said Trouble,biting downon Now, thin," 1)1 Pat, Iptc snake
.1>ee if she would not 'look after Barbara (lulrnuf an hour." Iluth!shut my young readers- when you the stump; that's what I ulwa1 take. would reach from here to > and you
while she enjoyed the advantages tit'u Jln- : ti Illil'lll..1' his .hear tret and went into read silently, when you write, when you step on his tail here, why lltl hil
I biting school for young; ladies. The longest) the shop his hands of blood He listen, when you are in |pain, when you are So there was Trouble safely)' seated on the would leap out in Boston. and tOIjPt
It hummer days would fade into short summer had cut himself to the bOle, Barbara and walking and riding. and b)all means when stump, and there he stayed way the telegraph wurruks.}' l'ut'l descri]>-
nights, .and by-und-by. When the first yellow Se)' sat on the larch muling from .l'ril- you are angry. It was all in \uin he begged Hans to lethim tion cannot he much improved upon, although
leu"("would be dropping into pools and teats," when the horses api eared. The colt up; iu vain he promised to go away at he probably did not realize the aptness .
hollows, Itarbaru would go away-perhaps sheried 1 and non when Barbara sprung '.uTUrt'L L.taim.-IAnganti close observation once; for even had he wished' to do so, Hans of It, _
forever, lightly in her l1l1ln admirable horsewoman has satisfied us that the real obstacle in had no power to break I fairy spell. -- -- --
Kben wa too much of 'man to sigh) and she finely, and Elicit the way of finding emplopment does not lie But one morning soon after Trouble hail OS IDER.\BLE has been made in
too muscular to do without his supper but storm 8 if rooted to the ground until a turn In the fact that there is not plenty of workto so firmly) seated hiualf. Hans again met Boston HI>II'u Irog', Sew York and
lie fell into the habit of hlkin in the road hid them from bight then like do-work: which might lie done to a the fairy Philadelphia establishment schools
jiUmc. or of sitting under the httuieysuckles! a deer, ho vet otf down 1 fuuhnn toward profit-but in the imi os>ibility; of getting .l.\here said the little man, "I can't by tht "Kitchen Garden Association,"
t'U) the I'un'h whereliecrntltlseethe moon rive where tlc railway It..1,tlt' ttal\\ us with work done wtl11 the reason work: is ha,' fellow so close. His breath reachesmy instruction' i is given in housework to
und where he could hear the young: ladies horror ( morning express not well ." found chiefly in the house sometimes.! 1 can't stand it, He classes of poor children, upon a plan similar
ringing rather plaintive songs, accompanied would come down in ten lIIinutt The false notions of labor'. which llre'ai und theantagonistic will have to go away" to that used in kindergarten 1
+ by tin cracked strain* of the old harpsichord rilll'f had stop|>ed by the way to permit Mr. feelings which sedu- He can't do that," Nil Hans firmly. I gether, six hundred children !holllu V '
i In the 'best room.He Ney to tlisiuouut and gather the first cardinals loudly (ulth'atl'tlltwl'n) employers und the wouldn't dare to stay in the country. Why ing housework: under seventy ar and)
J had Just plucked the first round, full for Barbara. AS they tnittcrlslmarmly Ill'hl 1:1 wor 8'4 a don't :you IW"I? a much larger number have t'Ulltr.lln taught
mstf of May, und twirling it thoughtfully: down the road, the rr ,(f |11truln was hardship, un oppression rt"an"" n "That is too much bother," said the fairy since 18l when this was
+ his finders a> he strolled down the garden hl..11 just beyond eur the title given to his employer a a sjxvies) t I have put in all my nuts and things fur ized. said that 1)'ltel many of tnt oran
his ivurk-shop, when he heard the with terror the wild, young horse Uarllr. of lmitl'\1 la.t'rY'lm never do anything the Winter. I couldn't think of it/' first taught are now at service, and reports of
breezy flutter of a mu! lin robe and a light rode reared, plunged anllPruuK away from must take an interest in his work: i t "I'll nuke you a house," said Hans ; commendation are ( received
footfall behind 1dm on the gravel walk.: He the other horse and darted down the cut toward if he would excel.! The true rule is foru roof and all ; IUIII bring 1 wheelbarrow from their employers.constantly In other Wing casts thechildren
1 1t turned with a blaze of tire in his black: eye! the train, With a hoarse shout to "sitfirm" young nun to make himself as useful as i und move you. assumed the ( of their
tll1l1 the rose extended. Ills hand dropped Kbt-ii rushed out frotu the 1"II. and nossibltf to his em ploy(. He should never I "Very well" thefif'llll\\'rl'tf"but the neglected homes, ami'r thei>urenture previously '
A tu Im ide. It was The, who came rapidlyafter Hung himself under ads hoofs. He caught feel 2ti.tilo with himself so long as uu '. I j house mu t suit.. profuse in their acknowledgment of the service .
him swinging a white sunbonnet withemu the bit in his bunds and pulled the colt onhis. thin il .]n>wer to do to promote his emiiloyer'k i The house did*uit.and Hans moved every done them by the kitchen garden.
!!It riug. hauiicheK and then a violent kick made interest is left ulliune, In this way | thilKrr nicely."Now,1' -- -
'fhl'orltt: a saucy, |IltttUlallt plovukingyi.ug him drop like a log. Some W "tl"'holl'l labor U rendered ,moritable. l"muutul j juomc said the, fairy, "what do you As optician was talking us of- glass
newon! of sixteen. who.<* .pranks und came to the rescue, und us they unsought and before i i eXI>'tt1 t want for your pay this time? '*' und he: 1 put a couple eyesleday of ,
I 'him.llttd often tried Kben': h'lIIllt'fMIl't'h', ham (f the train thundered l lieu was Here lies the secret of success.No "To lie a king, all that Trouble shall glass t'J scan's } the ether
e'l Ito het day
having blur t*> stn'j, the harvesting to saddle picked up for dead, and "WI'' Mr Ney declared I never come into my kingdom while lUlu amid they were I) skillfully made. 1 give "ou
s her ItI>"yt or nieilillo with his tools and ui>- he wa I"bnn' fellow" ; P.VBT of a man will stand a many there," said Hans I'rwlt)'. imy word for i he ouldn't see the
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WIWI stars PUNI/ their ( .II'llluet only nu-ntly movc-d in t I into the Miure. (' '''
tie Tin: I .1 l.u'KSOXVU: .t.K, FI.V., March Hi, t 1S7!)I. I OH in the middle the I' ti ht" oU'detaib-I'I.t: (.I. was to befound in the invent known u'
.\TJ.Tf.rrr.p.( : \V1XF I tll.TIL\ On and alter this. date Train"' on this Hcl/ltt .\ strain I ofmusie vi"itstmHushed 1 along the coast, inding 'ti's.rl its the Grotto del PtiiMibcne. Ihnt ni1 tll'l'uli'N'f
SIT i RAILROAD( : will run us follows. ; in moment, : I into etuh river as thl'\: nrroum1cd the sp"t.
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PKNINsrLAR I RAILROAD: : : DAY PAsM'.NGF.IJ.: :: : (IXtn-T: : :Scxnss.l :l.h rich and rapturous I other authors, who have Wltll I.\\\ bad flown. Olh' the grot.titl

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.VM: IVildwin .......................... !I.1:: M. Wih I investigationsif naturalists indicate that tll't. wl.r. traces wnrk brought 1,10011 aheadless
(TMRKRLAXD: J) UOl'TH.: l Leave I Luke City ........... ...... .........1 I IhJVJ 1 :; : .\. M. Or 10\1 in the distant Ihl! I nnadromous lisic| ', those entering t the "'W aecoud''tlmde, by rutninmarks '
\ Late Live Oak......... ......... ......... 1 l.:\n> \'. M. ( 'Prnntnierganlens'eyed I and bodies of irt-sh water 1111 the that easily of the; 1t'llilnl :;' farliu-r.
\ //( 7.y; 'c( I'tlmiiny Iff, 7Asrt.e.oilvu .Arrive :Savannah ......... ............ MS i: i v. M I. blissful hurtl'n do not have an extended range il lil. and ,1,1or a two Ilfltla. near the ('11trnnec -
1lurilIll' icmains, Int.rWlrl
and that eait'll s olony : \ 1
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Ix-ave :Oa'lIlIlIuh"I v. TII.I'I"'lkil joy ; : the he-ad i also
sot'TH. Leave Live Oak........ .................. .V.Vi: : r. M. Or revelers-all tlovvn with (' I'ltnl'nilg.in the deep wlh.i. opjmsite liacktd ill!', so il.lt1"'ine 11"1'0'11
Leave .Atlanta ;: -.!,1.; r. M.Ixavc .. Leave' Like I City ......................,... .*H: >"0 r. M. Alul in half \' I r i rude ll'lI cutting I 11 roIH'II'l"l(
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Maciut ( ;.1.; p. M.Leave : Leave l llaldvvin ......... ...... ............. 7It:I -i* I'. MAiriveut Heating 1 hrukl'l tune The 1 motive l for the movement of there some hII'IIH'lt.The barber now told
Brunswick, Ua.t I5.1.; ,\. .M.Arrii : Jacksonville .....;........... so.: "> r. M. on I.of anadromous thl'.r rather how .klhl woo ItilJVI, I"ihl\'hml.; ,
> Fernandina, 1'Ia...............lo.lo .\. M.Ixiivc I. ( )rels'th'rudeaml nil is incited, has !' hl'l'l explained. all he knew Illjl.II'III"1 ,', ;all bur
Fernandina\ .............. .........lo.ao: ,\. >t. MAIL I AND( EX l'W'O(1":: : (I tI.Y.) That leak c'snttu'.trlllliiig life of the fishes hasj'ilwavs. 1"'l'l it mjs- arresting thl'I.'ltif', h111 tittiiiii "oiiu\\lieie(' I the
Arrive Baldwin I ; l..Ti: I'. M.Ixavc Leave Jaiksonville....................... 1:111::;( r. M. lloar-e with the lIal spray, }'. It is not I'auh for 1,1.1"; I they do two, wholrl'ltl the whole\
Ixuve White House.................... (;::l"i I'. MIxaveHaldwin Of mile If rushing ; .eat while in fresh water ; ol cningIII' liilN. Lllt ('ihh''nI".dI'It 1 -
Baldwin( Jacksonville! \ I 1.\0:\ I'. M. ............................ 7.00: r. M. Or I InUI1 some liigh-utlndt'd ';: :of !>ololuu.h. will f;*i tolil.1 food Mitull elculers I ) 1'iilcrmoelock' the-
in the ,
Arrive Jacksonville! (fund Route: ).. 2.tf: 1' M. () ........................ T-:: ."' f. MI I. I Ix-avc l.ild\\iii!: fur Cedar; Key". 1..I 11'. ;M" I 1.1\1 A'u\e arh\\.ill' ......................... s.O": I'. MUaveOhistee Nor heeds til listening li as to how each 1.101rl'l'Or"i1' its na barber again, to the intensefury'i ac
ArriveVuldo (Junction 1*. 11. H).. 4.11 p. si.I )all l.I'CI.............................. S.4: :< I'. >t. \river to !lathlt "H is hlltllln.." So ('011.JI'I' cynically. I a ildill'l.! I
I AMU' Waldo.,. 4.2o iM.. Ix-aveMt.. Carrie..........I ............. !';Oll': M. Or how, how whence thovo i i is, also, w hen t the butcher's I l' re-cog- t' t\'ill'lHl' The ('I.tollilwr,1
Arrive (Gainesville: ... 5.17 i'. >t.Leave Arrive lake l'.it,.......................... !IIO:: I'. MI I, Hearing, the !lu1hl.rij '" the familiar gate's ; but we have some Itmtlisn'ynquithy for thl'lmlull III\I
Gainesville. VJ!"!) r. M.Arrive I Leave Live Oak:.......... .......... .. !::1. .t. I. AS when a ; as to what senses be uses. Til' kilhtl n II1 was of l h"l'lt all the tl'I'\'l"\ -
Cedar Key....................... !5I.I50, r. M. Arrive Tallahassee....................... T:.m m .\. MArrive I. Startles the shadows! into oll'; probably, prompted by functional ent case, and, in spite t (\
Trains. to .Tat.ksonv,ille and North of Bald- Albany........ ..................10.45: MArriveSavannah While one remcmbranci' !> | I frll the tumid ovaries and their nelvocntes, death the "l'ltllwhil'h to fnrrfi iondetuned -

willllaily. .................?..... 11:00\.111.: Thrill throuirh the molting are incited to movement. The three to ten n'ue'il.rirrFS'nl'I'for fif
tioiM MIHTH. Ix-ave $ 1'lnlU1h:1'::( r. M. tril ofmusie in the of the Il'l, unmarked l as they are. are, for twenty 'IIN. t\ to
guilty tu threeycarse
least ,
Leave Cedar ; .,\.. ....1:1.111.: \ ............. ............ -l"II': :1. each ,colony's'! limit, their habitual tl'el'UI, and tss ', -
Arrive (;Gainesville) $.41 \. ar I. L'IITlllaI Ll'I'c111 n"ll'l' ....................... I:":f. M. Out of )the darkness hurII .\1 unc'rringcapaiity: in the lisle f'see'usioii! was AS it heartily npplauded
IA'0 .V.M. 1./1\1 Live Oak.......................... :: :) \.. MIxave I. Into the darkness moves. : finding its own river may be no morc hth(' spectators) as the was'.pronounced"
Arrive Waldo ((1'. 1{. H. JUIH-.). !I.-I$ A. H. lake City ......................... ;:1-(1.\.111.: Only a chord of memory : that which gnide-s the )licrmit-crab to without; II''llutilll jll ( '
Leave Waldo. 11..''i A. si.Arrixe Ix-aveMt. ('arrie.\ ........................ : On1' an old wound burns. shell of the mtticti. The latter goes to MK\( .-Probably city II the
Baldwin.......'.. :!.1; 1-. M.Ixave Ix-aveOlustce) .............. ............... 4:40.1. MLeave l' wild PW eetm-ss of its! sensitive. body, with an apparent 't\tTI\ of 10 Paris "
$llell'IIII........................ 5.20: ,\. M. Smites the heart with "! trepidation at its unprotected I l'0HJ. 11llllll'much JIIIIIIul1 the city 1\ot
: Jtu-ksonvillc (("tun.( Houtc.ll.ir) .\. M.Arrive : Ll'I\1(Darby v ille......................... .*:.V> ,\. MIxaveBaldwin And. vanishes. among the The former l with an II\I!>o l'! show York.as The 'ltl man in'Knghmd at
Balrlwill..l:: .: O P.M. \ ............................. ((::4\\.1.. -lo.ri/' \' from the functional changes i i is un New irt'sentisthe I riht Westminster. who'

Leave ll.ildwin\ .' 12.40 I'. si.Arrive JA'nve White House..................... ;::0. A. M. ( i is I impelled I tnneti ity. Th.trlll'- } from ) property alone is estimated
.' ::1.-101'. at. Arrive Jaeks( uville..........,..,.....,. ;:;)() .\. MOn M ISC ELLA '. habit ascending the stream is i as it at !4l(111101) His runil land estate
lA'itve Fernandina.... 3...."> p. si.Leave Cars ', blended and allovcd with the sub I.IIO. income
Mail( and l IXpn-ss: Train Sleeping} yields some (>OIIII more. HU total
Brunswick... 1'1.001'.111. run through to and from .Jukol\'il' and Two STORIU l..tauml< '' of the ncrve-s, Anil urnu'i'd hII con from ] personal estates mtgi rrgates -
n. rl'11111
Leave Maeon. $.4O \. si.Arrive Savannah ; also, Lucas $h'l'pil run to meet a slnmewhat mixed carric-s it, without 1'.n..dnll'pl"lel l', about W.500,000.() ) (tireut; nsjs this income -
.\tlant.'ll 1.15: 1'. at. through to and from Jacksonville and Tal. was Mr. D-, &retired the river of its Ir\jl'nil\f it does Ilt e-omo Ii the f income enloycd -
Trainto Cedar Key and South of llald- lahassee.TF.RNANDINA. had h1 for year in Illnl' ( impulses) of the in u slight by John Jacob Astor anil Win. It. '

win daily except Sunday. F.NPI5USS, (IviiA.) netted with the) l oor lat vw. more complicated I series than those of the Vumlcrb'ilt, New York's thief millionaires.The .
instinct for ,
That it should be the t t
PENINSULAR UAILHOAl, : "> A. M. }welts. man, with a grand streamestablished through) inherit-Ipt''ih Astor fortune, at present rl'oll.'llt. values -

( Wahlo llranclt.) Ix-ave Arrive J\klol1\.illl..t:1........................... : .:
UOINU !SOl'Tll.( Arrive Fernandina...................... ::1.101'.111.: one time in the course to \ than that it is I I sort of IUt'I\T'of the while Mr. Vanderbilt represents Vamlcrbilt'largest
Fernandina....... ..............10.'tOA:: MIxave ions! rlllt "lrianl'l'l tll' of its "n life, the \' of\ private wc-alth in .\llrim. Mr.
Leave "'1111111 Junction................ ROn A. si.lx Ix-ave with I 1111 I rl' as ottolioo.) The late] Iltutlr'chId t
(dealing } yearly {
.. ........... lIUll'TI11 oh-cmition 'Xl'l'l'1 $
7.0.)1.. Baldwin..... ..... 111'.111: '' Ilk(' and us! ( '
Hawthorne i. ; ; $1.000-
ave ............ 2.Xi: assumed n'l'n' the De-la) of Purls {' fllrt\llf
1'1.10.111.. Arrive Jacksonville ...... : : I' M to sustain. waters of '
Arrive Lochloosu he said I, thr\i-lhlV (000,000 francs. ($200,0",000)) ( ). It must, however -
IIOSU MIKTH.Leave Passengers for Fernandina and Cwl.tr Frey the l'I.Irm.hoh'\ his! "l'lt. I !, where thl'f' Wl.'f' no salmon, origi be remcml I'ercd I that the enormous,

Len.liloosu.........................10.CM) .\. si. toke this train. No train from Baldwin to hair, ulI inflating his .the returnee young I 111101 Ihl'l.,111 and llu hkl wealth of the Rothschilds belongs' to ditl'ercnt -
Leave Hawthorne. .i5 ,\. ai. Cedar Key on :Sunday inost capacity-" Vl'ltl'ml'I 'rl'lk bn member of house or firm, while Win.II. .
Arrive "'1I111n .Junction...............12.15: : 1'. si. ('OSStl'IO-\t Baldwin with A.t.C! what I IIn! not only in the in the Delaware neighborhood Hh''I. Vundcrhilt, is practically sole owner ot
Trains. from Waldo to Lot hloosa and returnTuesday "'. I. T. U. IL, for (Velar Key Gainesvilleand the public service, and with '.larger kill Creek.luilht.r Ills I not( essential hut id If the great properties' and vast estates" be'- ..
Thursday and Saturday.CONNECTIONS. all North uiuWest ties far studying the llIPI .y
Fl'I'IH\IJna.l1wl infill
should this impelling -
; ). ;' Tul l'l', Albany, miserable and trlulh.t111' hlH ranks high among New York millionaires.He .
all North and West '', whatever It may be1\ us like grcgurioii' | ) and bids, ) fair,
"Inlulh. and }points ; they are us fol 1 is ('!Itllh..1It $!\SINNINN
ATIANTV. at:Jacksonville with St. John River Steam tt'ml'l are ami have hl1 1 huts birds they IIl.k tolllr: thl' if he fifteen. 'i'o" longer to

Close connection is made Atlanta, (fa., l'I'.1 S. McKLUOY: I time has I "l'l'l. /l'lth'I'I. \ I ving the. leadership of hilI'\'I'r that IIr th' double his t'lI'present fort, II. Taken all l in
The i ide-a
to and from all points North, East, West and ),\/. Master Trn p'l. 11111 milk of humll (tlkl'i. the guiding i"II jl'h'II, t list]h all, Juv (Gould; is prnhahlyto-d.iythcslrre\yd-
Northwest daily. Superintendent.J Jil' wretches! ; but I' may i the'un't l l'II or tasting I th' est rll\rouI111Inlj'r\ and the boldest specu-
AT MVCOX, CIV., ---- paused for I moment in 1' nosing nlllJ 'Th' Inth'l operator (' United Ilt.l. Ed

.: With Trains for Kufuula, Columbus, Ga.,, ,ACKSONVILLE:, PENSACOLA: ( ANI!() ('Iu..iol c-ome in more i I the rccogni/cs must itoWI.ullord! th' wun11. Green represents another great rail t trOi
Montgomery, lhbfeand l New Orleans. MOBILE: RAILROAD.MVSTT.U "N-now," broke in Ialh : ) htr\ :\ ot limited l'lrll'l of vision. Thl' 1 fortll', estimated at eivcr l2ot>oooiio.' ,
TllVNsroKTVTIox's OtHlK, t tTALLMIVSII hill face all thildish I.very range lie is the thief owner of the great IxmisvilViV. t
FKnXVXPlXV, H.V., eliillm-H of the of ati<
p AT '
::, FI.V., February ::1!, 18SO.) jOn Mr.I D-. !. I : !l'll' l11.1 the t;: Nnahvillet'laubinutiuuundlyruiiltnprattlcally I
1, With New York aud Fernandina Steamship : \\P-I-"II\, taste in fishes! might( alone 11 IOtl'f t control that rand Henry Hilton can
Line from New York on Wednesday, nl and after Monday, February 2: IssOpassenger I 11,1.I t the < l'lt ill that these! are (' 'hl' In
\ on a 1 1111\\1'11. he> wifely elow n at $20oooooo.' J
of this road will run as follows 1' }put AI'I'i.
and for New York on Friday, al trail \\'' Il'1
10.5011.: in., }present at a breakfast at li'IIlwillJl'l'lfl'W'l' 18ial,1'nrncllit M. $Stewart widow oflll' lut.
3.40: ii} in.; from Nassau! N. 1'., on Weoncsdav viPASSENOEU iz: lowing; morning, to meet \'. The Ull111 A.'I'. Stewart, transfened to 1i Ir. II! .
: for Nassau N.: I1., on Wednesday.! TRAIN-EAST BOUND.Leuve () whose tint \'ohll of Hnr. eni'tyhig( into the 'InlII'1 north of her interest in the firm of A. T. Stewart
With Georgia/ and Florida Inland '1,1I111'I".att (.IUtuho.l.hl.l..IIiv nt..... 2OO p. M I. that day. He went 1'1 I 111 Frlll'I..o, had il.llllh l'ltl'l'lv ll..1 Co. Wise Investments intuit during the ,

'0. from Savaniudi Tuesday, Wednesday Leave tjnincy .................... ......8: 22 I'. M. ( he I it ,' the wave-s! during I !>ot\rl. l'ololY, riod of depression have it I is said, Pl'I I
Friday and Sunday;; for Savannah on Ix'tive Tallahassee; ............ ...... (OOOc.( I. ers wuilinjrlllhil salmon I made their early migration I'roi swollen \f'} wealth. Besides thV
Tuesday Friday and Sunday.With Leave Montic'dlo .............. ...... 7 lo I'. M ethergutsts having Irrl\" ) deep wul'l toward tlie month of th well-known Hiton'l wealth ut the head I nf J
k Charleston! Steamers (St. Jnhn't and Leave ( ;f.l.l\ill................ ...... H :a,'r. M. a topy of the young I poet's t : I ) \'l'r, and many of them ruled through tht.,1t the New York Ill'l Km kkerb.x'kerfatntlics, smbus l
f City /0,'''') from :Savannah and Charleston! Leave ) ................. .,..... tl2'i;5ii. MLeave it ran through it and landed 1 high and eT'II tl sun, I
Wednesday and SlIn.h1Jill' Savannah and (lalljln.................. ...... 2 b" ,\. MArriveSavannali taincd l'l'kl..1 nothing up of any I walled (hl'lol I f'nl I ) I \o river. 'tlt Hhlntllh'I'HUIlll''II, ., l'llrllr->re cnt- I I:
,. Charleston" Monday and\ Friday.Witli \ ............... ....? IKNI' .V.M then, in few. I 0.'I The migration of I Il"lllll into some of { vast! ll'\'t'Il'l.mde-d ,. that city,rti t "'r
Steamer Flom daily to and from St Arrive Thomasville ,.,......... ...... (Ii 55 ,\.111. amused himself 1 I, liIUt.t tl PacificRivers is a fr'n1I'1llll\ulu'C ovc big number of{"tllh'Mln minor il I I'I'l'.II o 1

Mary's, Ga.. and semi-weekly. to and from .irrye.llhuuy......... ......... 0.i.s.M.: three or I four of )short } 11111., rapids, uml ('II'll', far into thii !from great one to two millions! ,li whl II rl'WI111a sir .
$t. Mary's River Landings. arrive Llkl.l\ity................ ...,. :335 t : .\. si. Thegncsts arrived I \ mill brooks, '"' arrive bat without attracting Ilul

AT .\ >VMX, .'L\., Arrive Baldwin................. I.t.; si. for I-alnolj. ; ', and weary, to acc-ompliNh( their ,'x- unless they have something any IIhll'l Ilh'nUon.moneyto
and Arrive Jalk"'I\'illl' ........... 7 M) .\.111. of the IA/rtdonw I nrld 'tf1'I'uhllln'( labors, Uvlllr\IIIJI'k| them, Crossing
TI111ahl1 signnli/e
for Live Oak. !> l'l', .
With o Arrive Fl'rnulllina........... :3 t 10 r. siArrive 11 the number. "| t'lrn'lt, dead l \ I Frankfort-on-the-Muin. tilllultiI'
; all in )liet.1ll'1II111 West 1.'lorhhl.I 'UoJ"rM again, I
points} 501 1111V the II'. MUnrr, lit
'r Gainesville( p. M was tl'O.-/lm/ 'J///lf' lot bit of Hoot loo.ooo( ', 1 is reputed to be tin-
AT UI'III.IIO'U I FI.V., Arrive'edurNt'y SI30P.: .at,. lust IUI Some literary / Jr; J)11111 11.11. richest city of Its hi Iho whole \\1(1rll. It

: With Steamer Alpha for all i >ints and I 1'.1SS1\1:11: ; TIIAIN-WIST HOUND.Leave der Il'n'11 li oiul, pending asserted that ,11' one I hundred I Frankfurters \

., I landings on Orange) lake, on arrival of lU-n-' Jacksonville .....daily at. ,i 30 I'. si,. till ,f the ]Hict's' A. iiv SHIIIVN 111.II.I'or. worth from $4oooooO to $.SHINIINat.
1 insular Railroad Train.ATimXEKVILI.E. Leave Fermiiulina .10 81;! A. si,. gravest of (' 'Olllj, Ilh'r a few \ '" ot the London X"WI fnll {'llh. and two hundred and fifty who ore

,1. FL.'f' .\., JA'UVC Gainesville........ ..... !9> OJ A. si. said : .I d-don't think, g- Italy at 11111ho: I that bus ridden worth $|,onoooo', and k upward. The city Is
);- : With Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa ont Leave Ci-dar Key .?.. ::10.J.) ,. h-have ever r-rcpcated I to that 10\.li'lt \ tl road which one of the great banking centres of the
Wednesday and Saturday; from LeninItaltlvvin 7 (N) J'. M. h-liest tHI'Illlt "-av"? ('II"twl",frll Palermo I II "'!lln11. globe. Its aggregate bunking 1'II.itlll.estimated
Monday, Friday and Sun lclLlke City.............. I 41 p. si. it?" Noboily iniitt* ulIII: \'tt forgottoii Ccfalit, the bold lsgaare'11'ad ut *m2tNlNNldNumirethanone-fnurtlt<| <
and Tuesday
Ocala ,
Tampa with its ruined 1 custle ,on the top, tin
J t Ix-uve .:'Ml I'. si. ('clill but II could read of which the Rothschild, whose origln.il I
I' Ilay.'T .tD.\U KEY, 1'1.j ..\., lA-avc. Live Oak....... ....... 2 15 A. si.Ixave il the eye that \\.Il. ; upon the nurruwstdp ul'shor' below,, amt parent house is I there own and t'Cllrol )
descent between
o Madison .. 351.1, si. and I the demand for the i ivied slojK-H, the long
l With TumiM I Steamship' ('0. ... Line for Ix-aveiret-nville; 1;. 4 3l! .\. si, :, Ijinil quietly repeated, 111 1I'"IIIt in groves II i.aim mind olive, 'riir raiNnl,4T Mv* IS Till* WOKIH.! -At !. .I
i.',: Tampii and Manatee Monday( and Thursday, Moiitiei-Un .500) ) ,\. si, of the from the : rwl"nlll'"rl King Roger, the H'fll. in Nevudsacvnling to Prof. Pfl.tur, t
at 4 m., and for Key West Sunday and 1 1./1\1 IMH-HH: outlook the bright blue t now lives a man who Is probably Jhestrongest \
t j 1' Arrive TallahusM-c......... 7 (H.\. si.Ix'aveTullah.Lssc I. The key wa furnishc rto 0\1'1. .
Thursday, 0 p. 111.ij H 30: .\, u. thvv( saw the oct ? Hitherward on the evenlmigofan Oc man in the world. Hit name isAugflo
l. .) With the (Tinted States and Havana. Past Ix-ave ( .10 OS ,\.111. aunt then fall young hack (in hi\ !' day was driving home, in company Cank'la, He Is I un JIII, agv (furtyciuht'five'feet 4 ,

7 Mail Steamer for K'y"l.!>ot, Haana Arrive lliul.y..M .' .....11 :30 i A. as. i ished 1 as if thUIIInlrl.k, his farm 111111. Giuseppe (Catalfamo t'l 11111.' II htIjlt. umh. ,'.
:. ) e Culm on arrival Special l 1 Train,every Tuesday CONNKCTIONS.At if Ixmdchccrs, '.flh), I 'I I I'lll farmer, as we .hoal weighing l.'M.: II. I I' I.(InlNI'r, tempvrate
afternoon, at ".::111 1'. '11. From Havana, with the Savannah 10nll'zl"1 for more Y in England: joint owner with tWI hablK! \lol.tll tl the mix).
; Culm: and A'y'l'tot every 'atunlu '. Special ( Live Oak daily and thanks, not to 11J of I snug country (estate hard Iy.wlll'II.tflh' crate use of'malt JtJIIUrM tvhtlu'
train to conneit.With Florida and "'l'h'r Railway to frul thing (' .lrl'IIIt'1 had ut u dip in the rand (:
'. Steamer J-/lttrliriAe, for points on the avllnah. and all Northern 1': h'f and then, under urging, rt |> t I', j 1 small t thicket slopes (but "ulc'rt\ -uwlklug tll of
1 Suwannee Hivcr, on 'Ihursdays at (i a. m. i W'h'f .itll." the Florida (' another--of the iiocms, \\Il.to the Il'U. livu Il'l. masked and 1 Italy, \\ broad. I.'ufl.t.-, t noble development "
with yet
information 'ting routes rates l, Lake City daily 'n. underwood with : quid large .
For rcsj><< \ man's liook the budding { I. from the of best UII"(1lhl'rl.
and ] l"rlllljllt
Jacksonville, M. ,
, tte., apply to Iliroot to .1 Wi and l.uuding4 of doubt whether II 'FII'dl' 1 terra' (fiie-cH to ti'n'uu.l. lie-shy hands." His strength \ lwrtm with !;
A.0. \cDO.NT.LL, lgu tI. lalotkl. Knterprise, tymtoms whether anything on the .) The h'rrili'.1 tlr.IIIt no lime in him, (Ifo he bus hud no athletic 'training.Ill I.
Uiver. '
Oen'l Ticket and on the J"hl1 in huir
1'ass..tgent does not rtisidc byuiy
whether he had I ibcying. ( : IlIm IJlil'er stre'Mgth 1.11
I) E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21FI.OKIUA At Baldwin daily with tllaltil', Gulf that to that r'ul\ one'e sei/eil, bouml, and taflvI'IHIlh'll il ( incuns) |but ). 119 much hi his
awl West India Transit Hulw\ Inl up llul IJpUf'lt At rate, herllll'ers
-- \ uml liad-until he heard a man bottom of the ravine. unlucky IIOIH-H ns In his any j jItructure.
( \ Key,
TilE l''rnulll1a. iI cold and laiming them for his ; was drnggc l down to the II'adi, from othtr men ebietly In bin OPMOII"
Ih'uICl'J for Tampa Kl''l"t (; even have I in a bo.it belonging I to one of the .Though he is not of 111Iuul si/c, I .
Ju\'unu. with book.'lul.II\t Ixmder cheer,II''J and 111.1 and the next evening landid ncurPuNrmo 1114mu1'htal ('IIUII is Illtlle the. ordinarywidth

T OWN IMPUOVUSIENT COMPANY the. 'lJlltuIUI'IIC thr'l'tJn..klr to maul for yet IUotllr. hurried 1 tip the steep side-s of )Monte and Ids other hones and joints unnade -
l'ltrl Ul" II'ut
with three j.'tncrous.suUvlie
mis" and( finally .1l'l. on a similarly large
the 1.
11)1(1! Columlms, Kufaula: Fort Ouim"1ulu'hiula 11' l'dljrlu
flm .r him, in all law known a man of .ANr
"fa-t and Iorru't 'I'el toln
-T"' .\ and other hirer Ixindinp. I''ul grow J"uU'1 of histgbt
Parlor. (; who had' previously ,' brn hvviMl and I wild figrees 1./ltl. weight with tll 1 hit linger
; Sleeping a .adI8. Kition and said 1 : and somewhat mimedbe I The tlugu.. Iolc followbrPhe
Feruaudiiiu, now rose tllll'rolrlul'ly Jlall
XVtMnlruir and daily
I.m'W l'uh'lt"rUI he ( .) !be with ono foot
I have ; 'lnnlf'l'n"ull'I I" JilUI tl l\l'l \n
Tallahassee and whiter '
Towns un It. It. Line, hn.t JadJ\'ll ( l'nt1el. of (( ( eatalf.llo'H ;he Moor mend arml ontstretclu-d, his bund
.,(luict] time, lurl ")I'tIOI. Perfectwafety. \01 lint I hi>-Jle have l.lUle haul} by this time contrived to make H'lng lightly grosjitsl by two "rilll", Ull' onath
VJ.nf.tt \
And Cedar Ken.t };UUI vproiid of I Ine wr-wrote J"I.I.I it heir way the rUr
--: --- )( 'ranllrution.-- rears ThU i II h-hovv it in Sicily 'hud caused cv'uul'uufuslun exly. "This slight UillalUl.,*' we ore :-
ago. and tuber clcstlna- ureel, "hail no tendency ri1e the NxlyKning
NOTICE >FOPTJIK ot first dUmay. The cuptors
> JACKHONV1LLK .' fruit ion were alike ulklln. Only from time merely \ keep,him from tcmppfirigaver"

ItAILlUMD COMPANY.. Or that forbidden t-tree, w a time came letter to brothers, bearing ('ur,111 th1 stoojK'd'tlovvn unit
to I/eswees and Purchasers a !large
Offers l-,leath into the Purtinico or (;Irgentipwisttnmirks, and pity luccd the linger of hits right hand un*
numljer of the most eligible and desirable T>Y AUTHORITY. OF AC THK1J Urollgl< oitsly imploring them to wild the tucessuy dcr11 hollow of the man's foot, on whihhe
of the entitled

llorilu 0- ransom One even sjM.kcofijOUj was balancing, and with "(' (' ,
f llusiness or for "An act to provide a general for The r.iaton wa IIUtY. I.ter height ol'
IxUi, suitable for Purposes, and timer. prcvioiw : )| lire, a sum that entire estatekould i rct'tible'trurruist4l htm to the
the Incorporation of 1lrundl anall ) M-arcely realize. Eight;I thousand five nirfcct and | htm j.taudiug 01"taLe
al tlty or Suburban Residence, and 81'lrve] }'ebrar 1 said IH7-,act notice, that I a> )young that' 'in. ('zel home with'' lundml lire were actually sent, the hearer, near at hawl 1I'II.lt.1 1 is said that two jw.
as required a"'are his near Vcrdl, in Waslio.-
It UPON EASY TEIt518Liberal omjany has been forl1 under the name .was being r 'bl>eil-had Ilrcd'tl. hu'ilJ I f'l Batch upon withoutfeakiux mnt JI.lllu with
( his hair. Hut at this uVtr money ( "u'lal.U'I.la IntlI
rfthe }IEfYU'DIU AND JACKSONVILLE Ihu. restrain ng himself no ln ( to a mounted man who met him, to thrash him Ill&'ilel in .uI
rJ Discount on Values* allowed toy Ko ID (01rKY. to l>e invested with his feet, hU face ablaze, and t the lullr'* Well ami asked 'a light for and. and (beat them together till life wa'
and fran 'hlaest'onferre
rights, left out of them. He Is I how-
h 10WtI. lrh'Utf lit i ( too, no stone early hununcml
imrties engaged in manufacturing or indus formed under "Gentlemen, this in too 'Igar. 'arl.n.
+ {
... I } here and heard and before long Illpidul fell en'r, of n quiet and jieacrable IOllti'l.
sail act for the e of contttmtting,
purp's barir have I inherited,
.' trial enterprises, who will erect on the property Railroad fur oem after of (ion two men Gius \\11 1'enlun'Ili. 111.tr1)11 mt-ms to 1J1
and rhlt
maintaining u poem
of Ijucari. and Ptt*|tiale li that his father wo* even IUf
<ll'JI tntl
iN and I
'.J pun listed substantial' improvements public[ use in the CI\'lm.e of IIIIOII and 'i Mir own him, attempt to tlalm 1"Me uguely denondnatedad ''joHsidente. uvverful than he I hlutself-"tkutifeliwr.,

r for residence, or in which to conduct their lrO\lrty.[ '\ } Pawlise Ut' riMiiunent and CrlJeS8minaloll In- .
I line of said Railroad! will l>e of lltJu." tfeetuul, but '' Rerrsrn lira OWl Mn>ici5t.-A u'intr

.., business. abut twenty-one mile in length the ; will l>e like the, mitation.tlO. was eaten. With Ialan Iole worthy of the lady t(11 Wpt Point ('de that he "I* a
a point on Atlantic, .hnr .
INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTUHKIW 'unltrceJt"tn j never, beneath I lib real Lord Clvt. though, like the act width ( trma .late'ith Whittaker.
Transit Railroad in
( ,
: 1. IUll ne-d not of a kliid to find amihtu the latter 'le 1. hear teat ftfiiusl
'J by exemption for a term of yean from :S'ashau (crmnty and the St. John Jnr. atrir mer hail marine such* that that nf aver in our Iuli, the battled Drigadleruwle likely the "coward" would, to gt'1
.> about the city of J.kouvie. ali ( a 11'1 ulflce and, intrmliu-e Glut she didn't
to meanest } hal pnpore-
t taxation offered the several cities and 'Iause over fini ( hh1ra.1 rVtl1jl
by of of Nassauand gone
II through part Muntie nd sent the man& font filled up at ( 1 ,&") lire { the introduction. flee ju.t C.Ij r t I
::! town I'IIy.tot Duval J. X. IIAKIIIMAX, little leM young than an t ml set at hlx-rty the man who give')' theiformation ie "cowarjl' arn and said, "lieu.** ;
I). MAXWELL.C. : : aiWi
E tmt to secure nl(t'a.vua.v of me where can get drink of water,
WrOffice cur,Beach &7th sts., Feniandina. '}}: YITLEE.Ftruanduui : dtr y.-.JIaford. of Lml'. ifc'nor .itignetl) with. the l'ff.t'* ruhl him away, t

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TilE FLORIDA MlUUOR l: OSTRACISM IX Till! SO (Jill. 1IOX. I(. U. M. 1).I1'11)S01 1..1 MM LimtAitr( nuiLiHM roiiCOMUKSS. I I'AtlTOULiL COlillLSWAPHIXUTOX ) 'lH:SC1:,
May 21, !1110.Tll' <>.
The word ostracism! In connection with Our (contemporary the Gainesville Uf ,
-.. -- .. .. ., .. ,_. .. ha resolution for
----- ------- account of the origin, passed a
-- ----- - We recently tin\
-- ; gave
the word :South; Is!' u+ed, t to CII'II\'t'. (the idea thinks! the olijcction to third terms npph'to I JOII'l'
s.tTU1DA1; M.I I'M, 1.880 growth and, extent lit' the Congressional! final adjournment on the 31st of )(:Y, and
that .Southern people n'fine to associate: in asocial I Congressmen as 1n.1I a!! J'rc ic1cntt. The
.. J.ihrarllIl'h attention I is being now are hurrying through the more important
!' friendly, intimate way, with persons!' principles of civil service reform, as understood
FEIlXA\tH\A AM: T"'LYl Il..tlt.- in consequentc The business on the calendar will
the Congress bilk
directed 1 by
to :subject' :
t. who come South temporarily, or to make a both in England; ; and, in this country,
HOAH8. necessity of making fail for want of time. In the midst
of the provision
home It i i- thebloilv'shirt look in 1I1"t1'
Permanently ; to the more careful discrimination
rhaenginevr have !started t to locale lime I of the vast : work week of races
/for the deposition :\ of the pressing! comes
false assertion, in a miller form, which has the selection of citizens who are to fill :
I'Yrnandinu Jacksonville Railroad which
it: been persistently printed, and, published by places\ of trust and retention in ollice of number of )books, already accumulated. The attracting more ntt'lItio1 than legislativework. ,
\ : a
1 it I is expected, will be finished: in time for ; filled' and have no chance,
shelves), are now completely pilesof Private
the Radical, In l.lllnt.
editoriallyby found and !
partisan! newspapers\ \ : men qualified' trustworthy.:
the fall 1 force
husinr.ss in
a largo cngngedttpou
; : and the claim of
)hooks, stacked in the alcoves and bills of I as
arc : up importance
connected with those do find, discharge !
correspondents) \ pa- private' life \t&' not that men
Peninsular Railroad and
the i is -
book-cases have been of Indian hostilities! ,
I on the &lloor, while : ) our State on account
South ,
down the I
pen cent to write up according their cngdaiy'when: they have become -
that the Gainesville Palatka Rail
made to (ill available pace. The consequence lie unacted on, while Congress: is: regulatingcar
and fictitious
to a programme, by t : orprejulicel best qualified to perform' their duties,
road will be the .
completed during summer.It is, that everything is crowded, and t tickets on the city the Senate
individuals who have down and rairoa"ol1cl
: come it is!' equally important for the public to
beiomes Hi, therefore, to inquire into the inconvenient. The question! at issue is, I is devoting days and weeks the KelloggSpofTord !-
and lived for a short time, and. who wouldbe i retain its tried and faithful servants. Thereis
of in what ami what \;
to i
question extent
way pestilent citizens anywhere., Nor hate imposition: in which experience heroines whether to enlarge: the present library which case, in which it is a foregone

they will nlFect the prosperity of our I I is a pa'm of the capital building: or build. that nothing will be done.
these! representations been 'lIlitH.,1 to' political more valuable than in that of member of l'ondliol
city.The separate building for it. The latter is: undoubtedly The cadet Whittaker case: when it was in
chief advantage to he derived from papers' ; some of the literary papers: eongreTh(' constitution provides: for /a
), t the only practicable plan, having its bloom and freshness, seemed a good
and J..n'lllIlIilll..l articles ,
frrt-named; of these enterprises will he in magazine.s notoriously term of six years for u Senator nail experience
t this of : I untrue, and Collie of the socalledreligious has shown that it is: held desirable to in view the space\ which will be required for chance to make a little cheap capital for
Bringing through place a large part
: the immense library which will accumulate the Republicans a special{ protectors of the
b'l'lI'irull'ut and :
that great tide of pleasure and hcu1th-slek- journals' : have reeled to Senatorial: otlice. :

ere which for (the last ten huts really i uncharitable. It ii no wonder, then that A new member of Congress! is confessedly; in the next twenty years.! colored race. Senator Alison introduced a
been l an important factor in the )business: : of many of the Northern i plo.have believed! at a disadvantage, and very few States change The three largest libraries in the world are resolution requiring the President to appoint -

the State Both in going and coming Fernandina I that the Southern people were as: represent Lit any election one-half even of their members. the National Library at I'arK containingtwo two ('OIOrCll'I\ll.ts every year to West

may reasonably\ expect! to detain, ed, and were too timid even to visit the Congressman have to learn how best millions of volumes: ; the Hritish Museum ( Point, \'lolntol of the {'olltitutlol, whichf

for a longer or shorter period, part of this: South. Few had courage to immigrate and to 1'11"ll'r\'c the interests of their constituents Library at London, with eleven hundred > any discrimination on account of

travel .iltlumghalarge quantity freight) make their homes here. The truth has ; they have to acquire u character and and fifty thol11'111111'Ot11I1C"\ and the race or color. Senator 1 Hoar( moved to strikeout

will pass' over it, we do not regard this JH: be1 gradually forced its: way, and how< only the position in the House ; they have not only Imperial{ Library{ at :St.: I'eterslnirgh, with l'olol'l'lllllllakl' it five cadets to be ap

4 1 ing of any great advantage, as! the passage' : of most! ignorant and unintelligent, and ingrained to become familiar with a complicated system eleven hundred tl10111'1I1I1ohmll'l<. The pointed.. The final result of Whittaker

y any number of tons: through a plate' is: of prejudiced' or obstinate, believe that of parliamentary law, with the rulings i Library of Congress now contains four hundred ease not resulting in the superior qualifications

nn practical benefit It will give our merchant .. property' or j>ersoii is not safe ; the many of the presiding officers, with the routine ofcommittee I thol1l'allt'ol1ll1ll', :<, and in twenty years: of colored cadets to lead our armies: ,

an opportunity to get at the trade of thousands who have settled in the :South: work, with the opportunities of :I will contain more than one million of volumes. taking hill a sample, the Senate resolution

the &'t. John* ; hut, unless. more enterprise and prospered: have been and are being!:: bunging! up desired legislation, but they To provide for this increase, !something fell very fat, and on a vote on the 'Oth)

heard,! from and the I have also make more than an addition- to the present received fourteen affirmative votes, one
"is shown' hy them than has. been in the past' now inquiry' ('OIUCl'llll'' to personal acquaintance' only

t they will find vnr un-n peoiu,] going over to frnlllu"roHIIII: which Incality'toeonie, and with a large! number members.'l'he most IIhrur -wol\I will be required. We have of these votes hell that of Gen. Iwrnside, a

I'1 Jacksonville to'shop, ill tl'll1ll1ftla.ir getting what industry to follow most: .,rotituIJI.row. important positions: Influence! in Congress seen none of the suggested: plans, but the requirements graduate of (!t Point, who. had lot the

s anything from the proper' tributaries of :\ while we might confidently assert: ale the chainnanshipsof committees.: These, I of such a building, in our judgment courage in the first instance to act up to his

.Jac-k!!:)!)rill(', and have our assertions' verified by thousands \ it will be observed, are almost! invariably are lI \'l'lItilntllllllllllllll.t' stbilit\ ('o'lliol' and succumbed to the clamor

Northern who have old We hope that no such structure! as the newState West Point the character to reconsider
p & The Peninsular Railroad! traverses a very people' comedown given to and\ experienced members.: The against nor

i'-. tick! country, and with the same energy in settled! and have permanent homes principle of rotation in ollice is seldom I beneficial i I :: )Department will -hc accepted. The his views on the final! vote.

placingvttlers which, on the Transit Railroatl in other :Southern: \ :States: that Northern IH-O- and in the ca>c of members of Congress I building should be, of moderate height, with The temparature of Washington N: uncomfortably

I. has: in a few years, converted the line pie are not ostracised: but warmly UUIIICOd.i :< I is suicidal, so far ns the interests: of the well dittuM-d light, and planned to admit, of warm-so much so that at the

from Lixwtcy Archer into almost micron LIlly recognized, we confine ourselves our people are concerned, if the sitting member i extensions.! The new National Museum: boat race on the IJith the Referee ISlnikie, after

tinuoiis garden, will speedily people this own :State:\ and challenge, flu man or \\"onmtuy {lias hoWIIIIJ.iUt.\. aptness: ill legislativework. prtsentssome of (the features which such a fixing' the r1 positively: for half past

favored region IrOl'l'l'roll"IIII1II1\1lIlCr-, the old or young, to say if they have not, building. rl'C llllrl' The Memorial I liuilding, 1 o'clock, loomed( one hundred thousand

e population.) At Silver .Spring it will tap from the day they first setrunt/ Oil our\ shorts, We all realize how badly it works in our at the Centennial in I'hiladclphia. gives: the people totting or standing in t the sun to be

the ()cklaw aha, and givean immediatcshiire been Wl'1colIll'lll\l1cl had. social courtesy\ and State! Legislature I and the waste of time consequent idea, of the kind of !structure: needed.The kept waiting an hour and a half to add, to

1 yl of that business! which it will eventually true :Southern: hospitality. ; we say :Southern: upon inexperience and want of library should be i\'hlel11l1to departments the comfort of the two brawny oarsmen by

hospitality, l for the word means !something knowledge of parliamentary ruler "' are so! that the class of books to which
e ty t control us the moil pushed: further south. ( waiting until it was: n little (cooler.

f lint whene say "control," our merchants: besides t the formal extending of a welcome not in )((1', Davidson's, district, and\ cannot: access is: desired: should he together, and thus The so-called race was a farce and a swindle

{ will grossly! l misunderstand ns if they suppose If there is such an one, and will give the therefore, properly advise the people' of that the visitors be distributed, so as not to inconvenience and it is to be hoped it will lyive the effect

( we mean anything hut that it will he time, place and circumstances, we guarantee District)j t but we can !siy that we believe t they each other or be incouyenienced. of withdrawing 111uh1c interest in the

wl trUl'lll.y an active and liberal competition that they were "severely alone" for will subserve their best Interests in continuing The quiet atmosphere! of the performances of a ':' gambler

causes whl'h'oul.1 subject them to ostracism him their and Astor Library in New York, i i.< very much to
as Representative of
t on their part. It I is a poor policy on ; we and !sharpers who are unworthy attention

t the part ofu railroad\ ,and one longexplodcd, in any society which had any .self-re would further I say that they would 1110 well be coveted 111I all public libraries. A library -the contests between whom are of no

of placing !severe restrictions! u|>on its local spect.' "'e have seen and known such persons not undervalue the chances: of )[1'. WithcrsiKidn should not he like the present library of manner of interest to any one but bettingand

t trade, and we do not think that those in the"management ; they were offensive in manner and : ; who will receive the support of the Congress, a mere show-room, and one of theobjects gambling people.

.speech, obtrusive, and impertinent, and most entire colored voting population constituting of curiosity in the Capitol, but a room
.; of this: road will force its trade \ ( The most! wonderful thing about the whole
it certainly were not gentlemen or ladies.. the Rcpublic-aii in that Hio in the hands m of our merchants. They mutt\ party : matter was that one thousand 1 peo-

]go, am! take It, They will he given the advantage Last year U weekly paper'( in Florida had a It is also due to )Ir. Hull to say that he and statesmanship.XIMUO plo on a hot utl'rllool should have hl.'el induced -

i 44(1 whit belongs\ : to a continuous: rail score or more of letters: from ditierent localities has: devoted his best energies to the protection at some expense und great dl.l.olforlto

and from ditVcrcnl who had .settled of the interests of his : and I is VS. COL ORE!).
1'ol'rvll'lJlttt'r( one management, and that persons: : :State, a spend four or five hours! to sec tWIII1

.t ought to be enough.When here\ from dillerent Northern :States: ; faitht'I1I,1ahorlol1" and influential member We notice in the circular regarding the in a sham race.
t f
not of the writers but said, that had of the House( of lie is always ) nomination of Senator truce for Vice-Presi:
j we como) to the Gainesville; A: Pu- one they Representatives. : The resignation I of Senator Gordon, of
I been welcomed, treated and in his seat and faithful and attentiveto dent that it is headed ; Headquarters' of
warmly kindly !
latka Railroad, we find the saute advantagewill Georgia, is very much n' rl'tl'llela:: -
many had been materially assisted, by their his duties. the Negro National Republican Committee, tor the floor enviableposition
in tlal'l'\'l'l1t of its completion, 1I'j.Inn1I ; on occupied I more
r I :Southern: neighbors.We No. Ki'i:! isth street N. W., Washington, and '
Connecting: at the point where itcrosses: or was more honored or rl'pl..te.1
C-OI'E/tA TIO Y is signed H. Milton Turner ('hairuuln1'.
have in the ten traveled
the Peninsular Hail mad, we will have a continuous past years: His successor, ex-Governor Drown, has along
over the State by boat, rail and road have We transfer with pleasure the following 1 II. all, Secretary.We .
I "service into (this place ; and hy util ; established for ability,
rt'putntol I'OWl'1
calm and 'xcellellt'iewli of the Gainesville do not know of single thing which
( any
visited cities null villages and neighborhood
.: hung: us far a* Waldo! the Havana[ fist mail : ) and energy, and having already)' filled! the
\ Nui,1111(1 we believe they the sentiments speaks: better for the g'uII/lellt' of their race
where we have t found more or less Northern }
trains which will be run next winter, i us-' full measureof u rco'ollhll'lll'lire for wealth,
of the best jMirtion of our citizens. than this: use of the word "negro" in the
and whether III the
tol'lIg1'1frum Pulatka and! freight may \\'f' immigrants, city or he l'ulleljoy the otiuut cum lUynitate of 1 seat
1 woods have li"Ulllllllwhl'n' The interests of a growing population !situated address of a committee evidently high in
brought to Fcruandinu in the same time piney' any complaint in the Senate.
as ours is: and the rapid development the political !scale.: The substitute of ('01.lrcd"
ill toward the
of feeling them
J which it now takes to reach Jacksonville ; on The increase of busy people in the lobbies
t. of our I immense territory require unity of ( in such cases is: not only a silly misnomer
and all have volunteered
I i'ulatka would tlais.bec'ome a concentrating t contrary, one tosay and galleries: indicates the interest felt in thectosiug
sentiment and unity of action We Wittysafely but is really a slur upon the character of
that lived in close
point for tll\' tipper part of the St. John's, and socially: they intimacy days of Congress. Feverish expectation
{ with the old citizens. appeal to the last four years: under the the negro race, as it implies that to name\ ItIL.
f7 ( the business: would be one of much importance. the cold chill of disappointment, and
Democratic administration of Governor ; such would be distasteful. A German
t The bugbear Southern:: violence and \ ,
the foreshadowing of failure, arc marked onmany
barbarism has ceased to find credulous\ : llsttcucrs Drew as a !test of the result! of a good, faith a Frenchman, u Chinaman, u Tartar an
It U true that in the event of the completion I countenance. Little legislation ha
ful and honest State government ""l' .Arab an Esquimaux, even an Englishman, .
: but the milder accusation of ostracism may
I of the road from Gainesville to Lake so far been accomplished beyond the routine
safely challenge comparison. with Northern I is not ashamed to own his race by name,and
\ is Mill )harped to keep alive timeenbcrs any
City, Savannah would be equal with us in upon\ buInc'1 of the appropriation bills.
and retain State for the general good order and! for tine of the negro race to resent the nameis
point of continuity of service from Palatka, proscription\ partisan Probably most: of the bills on the calendar
faithful administration/ of the law, and for u sort of acknoweldgement that he is
and who desire to neck
but the mileage would be HO immensely! power, many people will gi/over.
1 ; the honest financial condition of the State. ashamed of it.Nye .
a;' c our favor that wo need not fear it in the new homes in the :Southland are deterred Congress.t, with its present numbers and

..',w/ leatft. from removing, really 1 In-lieving; that if they With interest: promptly paid on u small State hope this example, set by men who mode of doing business will be asatisfactory
debt, no p'irt of which was contracted by the evidently think their race capable of high Jl\'lr
Nor nets! we seriously fear any dra wingon" come they will }be Grangers in u st range land, body for the accomplishment ofu
Democratic; State government, with reduced ad\'anccment.21n"'ho are more daring in
avoided a social and remain Isolate
: ; e of legitimate trade from the Gainesville way, large class of legislation which comes before -
taxes with and fidelity In'cr their ambition fur its' political than
'' from all society except those of Northern economy ) power
I region, as the Transit Uailroad would' bo it. The speech-making functions are
birth department, we have made rapid progress. any have yet shown themselves, will be followed .
able to deliver passenger and freight at this not word uttered but
,1 We cannot afford to change this, to turn over by everyone. \\11 performc 1 i
point, one hundred and thirty miles, or from THE lllVEH AM IIAJtBOR BILL. what )" embalmed the pagesof
our State and county affairs to the leaders ofthe It !is probably)' convenient for a timid, 1llciatel
ten to twelve hours, further on its: way toNew This bill, an! reported to and passed by the the ConyrefiioHol Record for the benefit of.
opposition-to be again burdened with sneaking politician, who for a purpose associates -
York'or Savannah than If they were House, contains appropriations not only for posterity. Should the world beorwhelm'ltnow
and discreditable officials with who p
the onerous taxes negroes are probably his
taken to Palatka. the (.tIII111el't'lullot'a-1JUI'ts of the country, but and a future race on our renewed
of a color line party, In which the rank and betters in industry, integrity and capacity, I ,
Thus it will lx !hand that embraces large number of Items for
: seen on every a very ; planet by chance exhume the Cunyreional
file have no intelligence to select and no interests to call them by Home other name and thereby .
) .<>ur merchants will have no, cause to complain the most extreme inland waters of the interior Record, what curious speculations would be
to preserve, but which will be controlled ease his real dictate fur them but is really
of want of opportunity to increase States. There are twenty creeks in the I made on the purpose of so much talking.
by men who, in the future as in the an insult to the persona it is intended to con I
their business. Whether they will succeed bill which are to ht improved, and rivers I would doubtless as a kind of

in doing it depends} upon whether they' will without number. Kvery: Atlantic harbor pastwill look to iKtrsonal gain and advantage, i ciliate. _. ___.__________ which b coniderl
-- --- industry race pursued.
and not to the interests of the people with 1
provide' for the wants of the travelers which known to commerce is embraced the bill 11EPUBLICAX STATE XOMISEE& The
Senate is, a it should be the Imigbestrepresentative
whom they have little affinity and no ,
will l the Fcrnandina & Jacksonville Cumberland Sound of sym The
>e brought by except one the most Republican State Convention has
body in this .
Railroad: or will prepare to give valuable, one of the mast important, and association and labor between placed in nomination Ex-Senator Conover The best and wisest men should great fill Uepubll'its seats.

low )price to the merchant of the Peniusu- already exhibiting a tonnage second only to i for the position: of Governor, and Mr. Led- We would
our old citizens and our new ones, in naturally expect to find them the
Jar Railroad and those of 1'alatka. Without New Orleans. This omission which owingto with for Lieutenant-Governor. In their finest
speakers the most
forwarding and completing anantl ,
> ,enterprise they cannot expert to get even the circumstances, could! not he remedied! before every.thing relations to the |party Mr. Conover representsthe : of the euluent stutUeJ
nation. But
tending to the general public good, is thl'r are, in fact, very
t :. trade at our own doors ; with it they may do the LlI11 passed the House, it Is believed, carpet-bag: element, Mr. Led with the few speakers in that
such an indispensable\ condition to the good body. The Senators -
as well, but not better, than have the merchant will bo rectified before the final action unite preservation home Republican, and yet we understand"
of good government, that without J.'luril1 are among the best. Senator -
*' of Jacksonville, who ,have overcomehO two houses.! Mr. Conover wu put in nomination by the
of has u aweet toneol
iteverymaterial interest the State must Junl -
: many natural obstacles success. Wtt The resolution of the :State Republican colored vote, and Mr. Ledwith also. At all
and melirtuent voice with deal of that
l sutfer every individual citizen be more a good
believe home of our men bants have the Convention placed the indorsement of that or less damaged. For such u state of things events, what is important for us to consideris thrilling l'athO which has made Irish oratory

.t spirit to do great; things! It they are once convention us: a representative body from all no good man ought voluntarily to assumerespnsibility. the claims of these gentlemen on t1e'o ei second to none in the world and he

aroused, and this the .Mirrvr intends th doeven ( arts of the :State; on the right ground-the On the contrary, each and i of the State for their support. As the Democratic
always commands attention both for his
at the Lust of telling them some disagreeable national importance of the Pert u.. a fortified every one ought to make his chief politicalconcern I nominations have not been made, we
t to keep the State government in matter and manner ; Senator speakswith
t truths. "", |port, and a harbor of refuge on a long and safe conservative hands as it is 11mIt cannot institute comparisons, but we have grace and fluency, and Cal hU

epm.tsl line of bcu-coast: : in the! vincinity uf would be a crying shame,if not a scandal, to confidence to believe that the June convention in long

'flu: appointment of ex-Governor Brown the Gulf; and in view of the future complications have all the sacrilices of time, and the actual will present to the voters of the State experience skillful public speaking has become u I
investments of by our new citizens very rhetorician ; Edmunds is nu"
money -
j.iuxtv or to Gen John II. Gordonas Unitedates which may arise in the assertion of of enterprise wrecked and ruined by the inauguration men far better qualified to fill the duties of notonous and incisive: in tone Curlutl'rmutl

>: senator from Georgia, does not seemiicit'j'table the Monroe doctrine, the value of un accessible i. uf an irresponsible and unsympathetic the high offices of Governor and Lieutenant. but not attractive Hoar; has 1'.

to many of the party in that uud fort i fut 1 port cuniuit I lair uvcrrstiiuat.{ claas\ of legislators and higher officials.Nothing I Governor than those presented to us in the ; a tone -
unpleasant inkling itsdeliherateipnci.e ;
>ratl' .\ max indignation meeting was ed. Again, the fact that the harbor is deteriorating could so certainly bring our State of Messrs. Conover and Ledwith.We ; (
into disgrace, or so eifectuully bar the investment i and distinct, but artificial ; Dawe -.J 7
Jifcld at Columbus, at w1tkltrasoiutiouswere" by the washing in of the adjacent of our almost inestimably varied will only say at present that the Jemo thick und commonplace' Ben Hill Ls forcible
l adopted condemning it. in very strong terms.: islands nukes it matter! of State concern sources of wealth. Therefore it L; wise\ it U 1, cartic party of the State must be weak indeed but harsh Thurman I

We da not think it well or prudent to bring that this injury khould} he arre tetl. the supremest necessity of every businessman if i cannot nominate men superior to these ; speaks with a guttural 1

old J jiasiions! : at this time and possibly by The act of the State Convention w7sa wise to of bend every effort to the stable up- I. in all the qualities specially in tunll ; a'un smoothly and pleasantly l
port a State government in alliance i dt'rantle as do also Butler Lamar .
fe<) doing endanger thechunces of success and proper one, and it U not to be doubted with his individual interest, which is one the office of Governor. said to JaUI\tol an orator ant ; l

I t fall Better to Itt the |past quarrel amongourswslvtf that the Democratic :State Convention would factor of the aggregated interests of i i b g'8t {lJOwer. ,
1 n t. if .>euuuot be finally made take similar ae,than. .\l'tluulllokllll: to the ness classes of the State. This is the present''!I TiE t N'alluhtU' terms the speech of the Senators have about average'
h, tendency If conservative b made style of speaking. of Missouri I
1 tendencymaintained m j at the Gainesville Convention by W. Je.al Yet, ,
and for that undoubted interest of the State boimproper.
: and wurk together, as one, can never
up at the polls, the 'II''r\"lIti\'l I W Hick a. the of a very bright and keen, but all lawyer.

}. atctieeea whk-h-i so liujiortant to us. will of the people is as it houKl be" l.u heJ kit 1t\'iug. Ienmd The Kell-Spton case hat occupied a



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grout\ deal of time. That l l'l'olI"oll'ht)) l\IIt POLITICAL I A I S, ronmux AOTJJ.S.MR. .
oTES. How doth the busy, l hu"y (Irant: :.H"l-ll01'11.tTIO-

to have l been seated: t :OC'l'IH'"l'r! "clear, 1 hilt a Improve each shining'nlr, I SrxuKV AiTRorRtATtoN, HIt.-Thl' sundryciil ( i.asuroSm: accepted the' Royal Academy
majority of the) :Senate III is?; ga\e him a THE Savannah Xcirn says that llutler andP.ruce I And Hit from Hal to HccrshcbuTo appropriation bill thl \ year banquet Invitation on a balfpennycard

scat H.I: the result of a oonteM.! All)) of th(' is i: the ticket being suggested! \ by the pluck the Ihil".l-tlr\tlower.From ending June ;\1, 1881, has been reported to nail Mr.( Lowe ( Ix>rd Sherbrookc\' f'rmbryn
I (reenbackers.; ( ireenlaud's mountains the HOI..I'III the I new Items: of appropriation ) ustnl hnlf sheet of Hole paper f,1
of icy
Republicans: course, Insist that the tint! recommended by the bill are thethllutvinr 1

tor has hcon settled' ami, I is ,'r.* Il,U"li'lIf'l.? Till New York Tiimt indorse' SenatorRaryard's : India's: coral I r11II' : I'I'Tn ; To continue the work upon the a similar purjKiso.THK ,

:-;' \'I'r:11of the: loading; IIt'IIOI'ratll''lIat.,1") :: < : : hill\ for the appointment\ special t bummelh l up h he hlllllth, ,1.\1, Washington monument, $I51)IMMI (the estimates : l.hllnltratol of the oaths of nllcginuce i-
11' "11 II't every 1\,1 submitted for t the ('completion of the In Pul IIU'1 ? t thus described by the
deem it a hail precedent to di-Huh :11':1"1' deputy marshals.TIIR .\ the Voter man, ho thinks monument are $(i7tNN), the work to require 1)11111 Tril" clerk every few mlill1'

once\ settled l.y 1 the deliberate' judgment, ; of : Xirtw.vw, thinks! that N. .\. Hull( 1.11; tlo..1 \,prodigious 111\ four years) ; till the Mississippi River Commission reads the oath ; members then (

t the :Senate; and) although they think Kc)' would be-the )best: nominee for I the )Democr.itic That clung about the "1'111,1, term $:;II\MI) ; for the motive waterpower Testaments, I plentiful supply IIhi'h arc
I Would haunt the third as well. TiOotxt( ; for the continuation of ethnological to be found on the long 011
logg was wrol1.tfull.l'lIh't; they do" n( party in this district.COMMITTEES \ researches under the direction of mutter 'So help me (tod,1 others do 1\1t

think it would lie' wi"c now to disturb: tll') : (: of ladies! if permitted l. it is I reI'orted And this' js i bard whv his the dexter voter man the Smithsonian: Institution! $:DINN.) ;; for the Thl'l they file by to sign the rol.lkl excursionists
former: action of the Senate.: It 1 is: gcticrallunderstood I Winks : eye purchase of the Confederate Post Ofilee taking tickets til' 1 trlll.
; 1, will urge woman's Millrago; before ,\lId.\\-I: : If Useless: rolls the crust, \ under the direction of the
Records; ( ,
\ : that Kellogg ill)) keep hit seat.: : i each of the National (Conventions, I don't want any pits. Treasury: $11.\111 For puhlicbuildings.an A it stmt.tTTA'Kmmu M.finmbctta; was made"

The result: of the contest in Illinois! : i is <-oisidcred -no"a: I'lift.Mu. 'pll Il'1\ of $2,81(1,3-1:1.11: h /wril'r11r the name of I Oln "II
.\l.1alIthl': loaders! are hastening to Chicago aggregate 11\'rlllri\tiol I \ )t a Paris paperon the :.1
here equivalent) to the lunninatiom of 1 ; :
has of \ 1lllrol'riltill him the successor
one : denouncing
and IttAlMM 111'1 After
now the various lunsT"-1 and for '
(Irant at Chicago and \there) 1:1'l'r appearances for new ( of DC ( und
: little interest the stock: t the reiiominatiou hll.HI the seat, lied and crimes Morny
now in the formal declaration of thc : aspirants: for the nomination will be of (Jen. (;rant l that the jobbers a111dtricksters upon follows Ihl"l'Koston nln'I"I\, )[ in!.,l'llnl'j>:ttOXio( of; l'J.til1\II:1:, as 1\1 alien, 1kl his: ('olfl'.h'rale ('rlililal,
ably and workl"lir\ their : I: LinlllII thePresident
carefully by wen'alt but, the "DiogtMic" warns
in : lnlill.jl:1: Napoleon
1"l'Olllt.ln the Chicago Convention. It t is! con' loltll':1 ) ; Philadelphia, *:'i":> ; Albany,
that 0.1),10" ) I Chamber, that hits lease of
fri' III, <. in ( anadministration of( the
: )
{" 'lllllm'tl Hartford, $
sidorcd ns: fully settled that Mass. $.VtKHj llarrisburg: tyranny
FallRivor, :
WHY do
.didate. The question t is i who) will "I' Republican' unnuiuecsnssootl: : necessarily: be tainted inviting him to hang
: n't corrupt lilll'l':1lull: $'KKHtj) ( ; Nashville, Toun., $l!),(lHnij; Pitts-: by amiably l'I
us they are nominated for any office, immediately by the ,' ( : il. Like a good many ) the olive tree of Judas.
nominated at Cincinnati. No one her"knows : burg, Pa., $iIIIIt; : l.ouis, Mo., fctfO.lioo;
: and few pretend to know. I'.ayan go to Washington; ? Is this done more of the stock this arguments has rested of the on minim.t an I ltil'al'\ :;,IIM'> ; Topcka. Kansas, NOTHING in these days ought to cause surprise
that they may more freely instruct themselves ;rant canyiaign Ol'. $.'> ),OUO11); :; 1111'1:041'0IH': ; Memphis: one bean of an English nobleman -
of and the Whl'l
{b named Tildoii fact as .
l'crhn:1111ooct: frequently :
; Kvaus.ville
l'tl'lll'h'111'r Ia-l. (> ) in charadeat l
\ ,
Tciin., { OAth'IIIJ; ; of mature years figuring a
!' in the workings of the civil servicercfirni becomes still
however, being hy general consent a possi: ) I campaign) proceeds: basis trickery 1ml., $$1.\000; Kansas City, $i",000( ; I n foreign wahrll -place in the sparse garments
"ilit-'till his nomination is i not oonslderota '. order? more l'oltrall"1:; 1.11' as persistent to* Little Hl'l'krk", $!5o.ooO) ;\I..tl, Texas, of ballot girl, with legs and arms in.

probability IT i is reported{ in Washington that the cnl-I 1\11 t uses (' '"I ,"U"\I', money cll'ort.s\! of I $IHI' ; continuing work UJMIII new flesiieaumr'drirnfantl: with .1a1Onll\k-
partisan 11'1' and State buildings '
War, Navy Department cheeks and a (
; will oil the .. ifornia delegation! to the National Convention )11'. away the lace, rouged '
rust not got Republican following ) hl'rllI\ 'nl"l'l..i)1',11', i at Washington, $|II\IHI; other buildings at knew before that Joe handsome, said
although!, lie willlt! all of the) rogiilar ) stand I nine i for Judge Field and three I palm I 11,111:4 regards/ :to u particular I.lol of 11 I'l of Washington: $::'OIItI.: his spouse n! she gazed WIMI upon her lord andminister
doubtful. The convention dubious reputation any 1'lIltl.dah' other t items: of the billare his and airy i-
dyed-in-the-wool 1}!rpllhli'IIII. 111' \\ III adopted a resolution : the lllaino\ cuhurtliare most: I) illlI in : light Cl'tllll'Jtdl

lose largely of the Herman; vote, and in various that majority of the delegates! .hull sorbing the Ill'I'I'IIrll'- the party.--.Trim. enumeration: the following and: 'l 11'1.t tlll'l'XPl'I4":4lf attendant Truth

ways will 10:041'oh': in the three COM(:' cast the \011'111' t the :Slate.TtiK York Timrs. upon the taking of 1'011il101:
States:; of Now York, rennsylrani.iuud: Ohio,, New: York TV/Awwrprints/ : a table showing A ciuRrulsrtmxm'iNTof: ll1,111:1: AVir., (ooO ; for public print iugaml \binding$1,1100000 ),- tl'lwl'l'oll,1 of hardly the session have been and, ol u'

Will he ail1l'I1'1.th; in the South to makeup I by :Stales the :standing of the delegates among; ,other Unit tattling Florida old gossip, will 1olIl'HUlor. (including $jIJCI.1) ;for fueexpeusesot'ctlgraving the prtmcctylingyanddebat'sol''outguess the mumilder now curlunctlrenu'nt ministerial reign th:1'n!presentedbv

for hi* loss at the North ? ]His nomitia elected to the ( 'h 11"'go Convention t with only that the saintly and cuingclical brotherWithorspooii. and printing government notes: yesterday's II'hllt1 in the two material houses.

lion will doubtless: inspire to greater ('l1i'tIII ): twenty-four still! \ to be chost-n. The estimate is: prepared to "comedown" bonds: ytamps!', ly a&t t iNN,( ) ; tl the Time Queen's speech Illil'lIh,1 no ministry

otherwise: )hopeless( : :States: in the :Smith:' made' gives, totals, (rant{ :BIO 1 ) ; Ulaine, :277 ; from his: candidacy fur Congress: whenever I Secretary nf the 'r'I-Ir\: Iro\.itll'of suitable divergence that in the which 1' )11.loltl'l,by'.tl the
of sullicicnt calibre i is aimed in his accommodations for l.II (1'01
hut it is: ilouhtfiil if (kraut will really poll :Sherman: I0i; KdmumN:. ":!:11! ; Washhurne: direction.gUl One charged with golden bullets, |100,000) ) ; for current expenses tl' :lorljI' the.! (lov- late government.. Consequently thl'f' was

tiny 11111'1'"otel'l t than .any other Republican, l.'J: ; Windoiu, 10.\ rammed down wit h thick wallIJofJI'I'I'I- eminent Hospital for Insane" $i5SOlMl; ) ) ; scarcely any opportunity for a conflict' of

candidate would. lie is: not enough! nf n TUB; :\cw'urk llci-ull after the Illinois: backs!, wi him I Smithsonian ll:04lllh' preservation of of collections the 01111011:1.: "
Then, the t reverend 1 gentleman timid account $;IIIIM); til completion Tun "PASSION l't..ty-Thc French ('Orfl"pol.h'ltl4 -
stalwart to suit those who would like to
: Convention came out strongly for(irant t; commission in
very for his on such high 1.\'ul work of the entomological write that lhelhumunti5svho haVr
keep up the :Southern outrage; and bloody but a day or two later, quoting frolllan ur- and religious: wih.lmwll grounds, lie could I toll his: IMtubbed > investigation of the grasshopper and ('oltUI ,been flocking to see the 01",1'11Ie1nl" Splay

shirt! business.: (rant; : knows hotter, :and, tl'll1ln the .Sut, returned to its( former position : brethoring and slstoring t hit he found worm, *:0,')MO, ; for construction and repairs 11'1'1 to have hrl'l ttrulk

.would.1 not encourage:; this l'IIS'.mfputill'ian': that his nomination would he a great the duties of airiest and politician incompatible at the dim-rent navy yards! mil stations, the'dignillcd and noble acting of; the Christ j
.that his love for the church was $;\tooooo.) ( ) The principal items flr.lll'rayllJ by u villager mimed Meier. They nre les
at least on that ls
4 cry: of "Ca-sarisiu.: The only safe time t to that he would "rather be 1 doorkeeper: inIluu'.eof District Courts of the HUh..1 tltl'l4 are separated Ilt'Itl..1: ilurrnbbaymuidhidas.

lake the lie fall a.s a political guide is the the I The New York Tiiitr gives: the followingilescription the \\ kkl""h'\' ho \I lll'Ol' out of of District) : Attorneys and their assistants I IS.'lu.: Burgomaster Lang, of Qber-AMnu'r-
lay after an election. the with well ; for fl'I'1 of dl'rk:4'MIIOI\' );; made elVective Tin-
1'II'kl:4."lt an
of tlla'l'ragl' climate at the l0t $) gnu, hal (lllp1UI. I
THE: bruit faction in the Louisiana) Contention with his! reputation for sanctity Jm'ulh'l'IIIUWl"1 for \lil'el tlll'l ('IIII.'III'I", terribly realistic of thll'rll hn11\.ll'
North. The experience of our reader will compromiseigrecd Heisa heavy dragon tW) $$110.000 ; for : ju rlroc, $!IUOc IMI ; for fl'l'l u more than UUIU"I'l'll profound impression.:
refused :
hear us out in saying that the summer climate to ratify'the 1\1 ht is: already hl'l'olll1 of witnesses, $550,0)Mi) ; for support of United! York JltraM.
of Florida Is: nl' thl'r'l'ry hot 101'lUl'olllfortall' :: upon on the 2.'til, bv their loaders. hl'roc'III. States prisoners, $:!00t) (>
The roll agreed; upon by the caucus of the Slates l'ourt.rlll. $75KH) ; for exl p I'I'1"I A\ AKI'ITIIALAMIUM.
\ ) : that we are free from the THE: Ul'llll'I'ut:1: : "hlll.l be grateful to the t bail itl+ and other miscellaneous! expense! .
intense: periods: of great heat which prevailin (?rant, Sherman and lllaino delegates: : was ('unkling-('uulerun-Inagul, combination for $310INM1--in: ) ). The IIUllt tohl'llpropril11 .\ stranger loitering in your suuiiv time land, 1
the convention. About cllorts to let Iii The 1JIIII happened to Yalaha on eve of
used: by regular their : thl'l 1111illllol of wll1MIII
North and that "llt lil..1 \
July and August at the bolted,I of ; would I I'Ill t I is left hluak, in WI'II'Mlla\ ( 21h, t marriage I' so
suti-stroke is: almost: unknown, while the forty-one out of' the U5 delegates: ipurttnuittint Itll'. could l :tl1\1 tt 111'1"1 it .
: .h'41'n'l'"olle
cool flights: IlllolplclL-alltoem brce/.es; : temperthe with Hcattic and 1'1111'1 Ihll.kftl'r the bolt n the Hy uoell:I\' would they reported to the House: but will 1141'rh..11I'I'I'Unl'r. unique At eight o'clock the bridal 11'1('ltCf.1tll'
carry I'llultr'h 1 bill was ordered to prink Ilrt
heat at all times: : ('\"l'r11I'bh\ in the State was: represented\ grave: mi-take, h.iwe\r. if they should I beemboldened and recommitted The I t I to the committee. lllrl'h. and, to the strains: sweet mu 1
Our division the year into four seasonsis It by 1I1 of their opponents slowly up aisle )((1'. JenningsCottroll I
the regular convention. was! opeulyetatea 1 ltlkl' L(' and .'11hIIIIpprl'rlutol : tl t
: rather art 1trary. "'' often have" especially: the floor of the convention that the bolt to nominate Tildon. 1'\1: (;Jen. ( :irant IoeIItJX'utV' follows: 1.01' us "best' 111," and Miss I fat tic
in this latitude, :Spring: in Winter Winter in on would be likely to be elected over Tilden. and Imlfleagcuf'flators$413 11 ,,- i Poet, as bridesmaid: preceded' and stood on \a '
Spring, Autumn in :-III11I11CrI\IHI; Summer:: wan caused by a dispatch received from Jen- The Democratic should be improved 'IIII'IIt01 clerks an the right and left lt. (the altar. The bridal
( <
in Autumn. Our two must distinct: seasons: oral I/ogan, advising the sending of a solid. by t which would IHII; ( > II oll'l'l expenses of couple stood beneath time wtddingbdl whilst:
Summer and Winter, ami Winter, not attract the driven away ('lploYlI 11,711; the ceremony was performed by the Rev.Mr. p'
arc Grant delegation, and guaranteeing they II.h'pl'llh'lt'ltl'l' :; IJ); reporting the (!'lmtl'l1IIIrol'l'I'lllb" '
infrequently N, assvcrctime: llinterJust )past, would be admitted. Two conventions are from the Ropublican 111" Thl.Illol'rltl tlwl'ltl" :11.of the Senate, $ .),III) ; C'ol- ('wtll. 'h1 followed congratulations
and the Wiliter 1$77-omllysuell in I III I1IC. IIII..t tol"lIllhlll to IIpl1'I'IIIh'II', (' in Directory. $l, 'M) ) ; Cup- from old and young. A thousand:
Still, if we bhould cmusid'rthat we have hut now organized. their prolrl'I.h'c Inc lllr.lill'II to ? >oO ; compensation and mileage hopes were crowded Into one wl11 for the' I

those two seasons: we should be nearer to Mn. HENRY WATEUso.\ofthe f d iritrJuHrii'il the :< of I the TI\ mustnominate tololl'l'I: and delegates, $1.1110,010{ ) ] ; long life and hOI\llcl1\ of )Ir. Ihl'IIIHI
nature than we are cow May( June, Juh'ugUl"t a candidate of ul.lluhh.1 patriotism 11'Wll'r.4 clerks en- his: girl wife, t Is hit le'l'l. Ihc.
justly, makes: statement of the views: of Mr.Tildon. ( ( 1ll''I" 1l1t bride j
_\ Hl'ptl'lIIhl'fllII.1: October may: -one who believes in the 'Ulll'II4Ullol : 'JOI,11W) ; .,.teoograpliers wore what most hl''II'i a pure
be ranked with $IUUUtcr. They are generally Mr.( Wuttcrson having just: returned principles \III'ri'll civilization. They :for ( Jml:1l', $10OOO( ) : reporters with orange blossoms, and time bridal vail l

\\'armn'ry'l1rJllUoI: many days in .April from visit to Mr.( Tilden{ and saying that are not Illh..1 tOUIY '' 1111. 1 la yard or proceeding'Olllllf''I 11.1 'of the House, $25 II,, enveloping her like! a snowy cloud, whl..t ;1
and November are While thl'la.t, it is: 1 qr David Davis would exiionsesof, the $ contracting richly with her dark hiiI', WI"
HIII'Ol'k ,
Mr.Tilden's II OOO) contingent :
is tH.-
his an as ; I11C
and comfortable, to have : ItatIHlIt : 1(11'1) Io-.Ihll' might be appropriate to who is:
generally\ pleasant till the hull \ 1101'( 11111 > ollice of printer, ( singularly "Il t 111.1II
our windows open, ami out-dto r life is i own words( til houl.III"O( It is: only' necessary to satisfy the 711)tangent; $ltiNl<: public' ; library of Congress and 1 him the Muse: '. Mrs. Ihll'UI Is mOlt "

delightful We 101l0t seem to understandt weight. He reports :\11'. Tilden as saying die vote as! well us it bus! hlI'l tltl..ll..1 bv tunic garden. Vv'UO ; the Kxocutivu: am 11 the loftiest of arts, being l'IHIO\'l'll with ,

: ,ut least practically\ for we remain within that hc N ready tn give place to, and willwillingly President: Hayes, and let the 1101 'Cltl1l l'ntJ"II!) I ; the rare II\SI'ul) talent and though so YOUIJ
doors far more than we ought to. We seem out for thems'olvos.-7 Wim J'ml. JII including publishing Pl'llrtllltlfltlh',, has already utru'h..1 much "
and support
of British: forefathers of Improvisation inmusic.
to cling to the habits our lhl'rl\r $11HII! t the Treasury department, includ her ?power
who, though they are f fond of the whomsoever the party may select as its IT would be an il..tr\'II\eventlf the Republican lug contingent; $2.V.1,5 2; ollice of cominis: .

outer air iti I'olive sky, have so wretched a standard; bearer ;" that his, party must fix party should made the same sort of sinner and expense of collecting rl'\lue,, And tOW 1010\.1 u scene, which for its
climate that they must find their chief satisfaction shipwreck in 1880 as the Democratic party sweet {o'tieul given I
$455,50" (olorln/
delegate i
$ : rUlall'C
relations to no :
within walls)) !, The Jermans and his \oullla\I' made in iMI11 I i To-day it 1l'm'not 111'1'11- the IalI,3al mints!; Illl'III.I'lt: treasury$1,2"21IINht': ( ) ; distinction to modest II Yalaha,
French revel in the sunshine i though they to Cincinnati i 1.truh'ltu\ot( for hil, 1"1'. con\l'rdalunl'-I: come in ( territorial governments 1 olk, :< 13.01; the Wil I that should make it famous as Florence
ourselves and take should be free to decide how about that is 1 u favorable. 'OO i Italy,"
have fur less of it than Delegates: Ilf h\'lIt\years 11.1 department: Including contingent ex 1I'II:1I'/: of I time Western
every occasion to get out of doors. We rarely: they shall vote after they get tll'rl; all, term for |IMfill11 revolutions.: The Democratic ) StOI51HO ; publichuitdingy and grounds in The bride, at thl'HI11ciutl\fmuny lover-

have an olien-afr breakfast or dinner, even whatever the result be, he shall) hI content lh' WClt .11\\1 because of tlllldl. the Ihltrll of (:ulul\lla.\ $}Z1 1l1); the navy of music.who ( | >sl> .
in the country, but the(Jormans and French may IlIdlille. managers t'l.h'not..1 to override including contingent expensesJIM.KiO : lion at this supreme moment, wa11.1 to the
never miss: a dmwue to break bread under conscious of having, from first to last! the will of the pt'u role. The f'llt wasa department: ( office of the Secretary of the organ to improvise.. How striking the picture ..

the blue ('anol' '. We should; be a healthier, done his whole duty by his country and his split in the party Ill the triumph the Interior,;Including contingent aunt genetnl I In time presence of the hushed audience .
more dl<'l'rfulmore- l'lIntl'lIll.lpclIple if we Republicans.! Should the political bosses of the Patent ollice building and with lights turned low, the blushing
should have more to do with extl'rnulnature, party.JrnoE force the nomination of(.Jen. (;runt this v'ar'r eX\t'IHCI the Capitol $ .i3OUl ; the genera bride, like a white robed C..lla.fat down at
if we should close our doors and go out to }"UL-JllIc Field of the Supreme means of delegations 1 obtained as! "'lrc land otllce, Including contingent excuses, the organ beside the aUlr, love and ,

meet her. Our virtual Winters 11'0'ry Court of the United States, is not one those of New York, }Pennsylvania and Illinois $:tll,:hl! ; Hu\'Y"r-gl'lIt'rallll thllr clerks, art had transformed into an cm-hunted bowcr 1
long, so long that we ought to appreciate in the against the sense Io of tl'.f> !("> the contlngent with wreath und arch all wedding bell.
who ,
prominently ;
of the figure the Inllll otl't '
the SUllllUe"uU; the more. :November len the Republicans of the country, against $ ) ( ofllcc, includ. The young improvisatrlce paused: t momentto
December, January, FebruaryMarch and bureau Presidential tables, but he has long eulmw'fcn'iofthuelmlelmendentvoters: against contingent.fijO; $.' )h,75O; the Patent gather up the reins of her Inspiration. ;

April may be ranked Winter liberally In been regarded by many partisans of the more the dee|'-seated anti-third-term fl'l'lll. we U/llll./ ))(' expenses, The music !x'ginsIn u 11 rm but sweet

terspersed with Spring! and Autumn, but active candidates as: a very safe man t fallback can foresee but one rCul.'hh n wih- $,\ (ike; the bureau of education, Indu.1111 "lmate, With the case that L'IIt' of
Spring as a out third ticket In the changes the measure,
Winter largely predominating. I tlel-thl're contingent $4O.WOi; lower, player
definite season can hardly be said\ to exist on in case of a retreat to a compromiseor surely he one unless: the Uemlx'rt railroad expcnsw, $1. > the PostOtllccleimrtment gliding from one passage to another with
horse (',, lie U the favorite be l satisfactory to the Republicans ,7In' touch with the craft of
here. March is winter with aggravations ; dark ('II.lhlat ; lulellf'lllenh-tht including contingent. $3>2,4HO ; unhesitating yet
April Is not much of anything in particular; of the Pacific States, and would be likely to will be all'r salaries of the United States Juat attorneys genius ever bearing along the theme through

May is usually very like Summer. Autumnis receive the electoral votes of California, Nevada I ill, that would lie "best rtll if and marshals, the Court of ill the Hitting variation The lithe fnJl'l
: by no means distinct, so that we may ay I the purjH se of showing( ] that the Claims and $1,10, ; the Departnent ?o rippling over the key like the
well adhere to the bunmuerand Winter dis and Oregon against any Republican Future of the republic does not depend on of Justice and! contingent exiwnscs., or prattling chllJlxMt Now the time quick-

tribution. Americans! are apt to associate competitor. He would be as available as any one Jan orparty-lbufvn herald, Imlf -total, $10,120,031.01. eli to a .11111111) tilled with gay Mil

Summer with extreme heat and discomfort! other in New Jersey und Connecticut, prudent\ 12. y 0 He but of the movement ishuhed
with thermometers at 100 in the shade, any CBNSUM. On June 1st the census as In Apri lulIgb
and his strength in New York would be second GOOD TIMES ix FLOIIIIH.-The DeUlcracy wll tcklele
with drought with breezeless nights with a numerators will enter the active ind cholt
to none if air Tilden should heartilyfavor of Florida enter the present political yearwith upon the .
period when the city is unendurable, and a record of good government llscharge of their onerous and responsible hangi-w, as earnestness t'J'llltratc cn'rgy
the country un t !fuctory. That is the his (Il''ton.1 of a very small I circle of extending e'lomalt from 'thlir IU"'C"i.J to lutles. The office U not a very pleasant one, of the soul in deep and paiwlon.The .
weather of fate Jane July and August ; but Judge 'iel : of the nature of anIlqulslionj pure tall &sweetly as 8Uinner
who be elected to the next Presidency power in 11477, to the present time, that insures 6 it necessarily partakes llAUlloh. We out into
men glide
May and September and October more and and are naturally averse
the Democratic ticket No nomination them the confidence of the llIIt people 01
resemble what Summers ought to be. and on lelr invaded. They are lolicious moonlight assages. sleep, weI
that docs not unite the support of 1 success at the Twills. During this | 'riod the privacy waken to the
generally are in this! latitude. Our Summers to the enumerator (Impertl- dream I an angel' dn'ul.0
number of : be' six months ; for large l'l to gratify his oscate blush of dawn an. to
must: 'calculated at l suce in the last of tent and lining authority
outdoor life isdelightful. antecedent!: can e lP7 year Heluhlllm rull. a Nevertheless the law hat make the tree toj ijrlp with lng. .
through all that jx-riixl our commanded the $: a ( Deiii'iratic personal curiosity. '
New-Yorkers do not do justice the contest of IXM. TiJl'l of a million (' side showing of the tlt < Float- .wakes hit duty plain to him, and Jll/l' There l is a hush In the music ; again the

in opinion or habit to their climate. No \'utl'of not less who than believed that the only bug debts have also been I! f12,3 01; to.the Ul the citizen the duty of IU'Werlll all k coy change,. In the minor chord nod. |*n-

other great capital, no other city approaching HeIlblcanl the Republican party was amount of more than a quarter of million iui'slluur| laid down in the s/ ac- lye note timeplealinglytotheear t4luwlyme
this in size luis bright days or MO way :l rve with the truth under jalnsnd the lint tears gather in the mourner' (1t'the
no many it and if the Democrats shall fleet dollars, and the credit of the State has IXHIIirought (onlance c'ertall if
defeat halt *
should to themsdves-they a
luminous an atmosphere. We I profit be that ofvoters to from to | All person of the age of note JI
President, it will by up par sixty seventy Illalles.
the next to telltheyteak
ca. with grief deep
and spend as much must furnish the urdened u to
by meteoric ,
our favoring '
New York, New Jersey cents on the dollar. livery department hu.ln wenty-one al.1 uJIWllL mournful
as we can of half of the year outside of OUThouses l'uutruUng conducted with honesty, no oflicial de- numerator wil (.rtull specified InflIU- with a lulNluo. ("ll'lcl

in the parks or in the woods, by the and othtr this State., necessity that will reject it leal ions have incurred, |hed on by deeper 10t(.that The cult halting theirague
is i
streams,in the view of the sea, where Nature I Cincinnati prevailed; immigration steadily in- coral us well as /Jcgul obligation resting on \' umll"ullluw01o\lfor
U at the all cuntiltt at whU rer. creased| the whole truth und nothing stray the deep
full. such as to ald and the of the |*ople reel Item to state lnger furher awful
were sadness a*
Iut imiic-tus that nothing short of a but the truth In every household timeiaine LN thlt c'.III' a
in an
defensive t campaign ( VH .
The I-Jf -\"C-t." having the Party on the color and time and place lodri a coffin-lid. The heart Hiring*
tal / Key greatly Had return to Radical domination ( check To .of ( ulo'l'
.. it narrows the ('In.Jt very 'Ul 11t 1.1 l'eroui breaking, and with quivering minor,
hU.tl.! I "that. In the general ollioion uf our 11.1 entered the Democratic ('au'u"alltll.t.1 hviate the of any such disaster unfit inmate'must be given. aru
t''ltIZl'lI". and wmivenalb' indorse btbe Du\'iIIVa\11 on independent emote Jo-iih' is--there ulxive the age of fifteen yearn must state ricfiMibs it .clf to.nleeii.Uy .
hesa5'' of the various departments tJu'ri." the with the party even to al Senatehe placed t in nomination' )at the "hful elelherthey are marriotl or single and what some wondrous mutation mice moobe

letter pre'.eutel h" lIon, R 11. al. Uan'(iolsin) ,, plane when formidable tame ; but ha IH cation to be held on the 10th of June Vn., thdr occupation Is. Ilueatluuswiil -Ik.l inii'iiu change*. The h born of UIOKC-
(ruin the Secretary of the Navya.a forgerysi might have 11'1 stools Judge Ill. strongest candidate for the (lubernaturialfws'ition ,* t'i the school attenilanet nf children how nder treble note. tear trembles in
to (late the tutruluin a fallen between the Party 'icl of the family read and and thQ eye till, but the smile of the tJlrak.
of strength that ( I be found in the party. lany cal wrie.
' "(lved (roan the Navy Department, and uaadeoftelal has all the clelt"ltl 'Ul the state of their physical and th" tear radiant with beauty as
while he The man as
. by the Secretary. Surely, a-s thetlatei the arty Davis t'uul have, He was i war accepted vet bits fat been HO made unpopular tlie imtandanl I !-bc.arer CUIII of 11.1 whether any of the Iwu2hollrc deaf, gut gl\C diamond 11lellor.to the dew.

: I' the letter was March) ;>2d and the Key'{ as I JtI.If.t. the Supreme I I,. the Republicans, though the distinction ,/ blind or Ilt'rngo anuger curs drl'l". The mu le ha*. caught"1 new mean.ig.
t scurrilous: article Mav 7,we think the editor, Republican ; was 31i/ en'l him empty orations and ald wml-public iiwtiition lu Suffering has given just the one
his was placed MS an luMi
1 as well Jlench by Lincoln ; 18'11.1( U\'n proud ulol ailing note which the great final harmony)' j'
i as the headt of (dfiMrtmentt, might of effacing last vestige of honor, without ion of auc eiwiould wi be .t..J to searching < .
have in favor with t'huteticolebeerfuldfals4'.un
learned record abate render and
the truth. relax DU.S, a refusal to answer will .I' ,
not in the least the vigilance or
Democrat today
i and he is a and flue The the Improvisation ( The player hail
1'11t131Itrifl liable
them to 'IUI
have the energies of our IUlrllelt
l IT Lt.thought! by the"Savannah :caws that L'"u.\.hi" euu vittiony and acti.)111 he log the have fought the ,JtIIJmtlc steadfast 1 format Ion Government ur'fi/ully given poem, of life.
If public sentiment him >> >. Whatever may They tIgh. r\ulrt.l\ and! home in the I
,.. should .IIml'd the ex.hlttaker. ically outlook in the faith received Ofgoodand (in be other way, as th. .\we Jluollhch.
embraces -
t I'u 11101.1 of R he wilt probably be issue *t l'nlunnt the present of Judge faithful( servant It U their duty'and ml-inquUition comes but once in ten yean, thoujb I had that night It.Arl.1 thl ) e
taken into one of the departments at Washmanufacturer 1o\ihln the nanu' ought to be ubmittf l4. with good grace UIIatul art and Iuve.-llaxrllatrca
U in their to hold feat by what they
I -; b' the colUmon rd"uge and reward of Field a, whose .uece",.1.lbl.-lhi/.1 I power I cltlu-n. }lur'uLt
have honorably won.- \Ii\ n /W. f every JuMAintul l'uiu.
of bogu.g'a outrage. GulpJ i Than.rtt'w'thip a

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IIEMIXISCEXCES OF WASItl\OTOX I-Carolina, who wa'on! what was denominated I ITEMS or"i.\'TI\ : :ST.-----1, SANB011N & HOYT

4Tlic centennial birtliday of George Wa. h- n !?' prce," took oflence at u remark by one :
ington honored in the of the actor which he imagined was:' meant 1 AN association!' has "been ineorjiorated in
i he had vyus founded( duly and which bore his name.which.. for him, and drawing pistol' l fired at the : Virginia, with n ('upitlllnf} $:.MNHMHM' ( ', for the :OlX.'OXnTHt.tT: : ) :; : ; NEAR; CENTRE: } ,

Divine services were performed at the Capitol I. ttncnnsciouM ofl'cndcK: The ball parsed just I purpose) of rabsing.login ghats. According
and later in the day there was a dinner above :\ ,,' Jeircr
at Brown's Hotel, at which: Daniel Webster! 111'0 the stage without ceremony. Mr. Blair I hold in fee :iiOO.MiO( acres of land, and toi issue
i )prefaced the first toast in honor of the Father jK-rsuudod by his fril'I1I11'to leave the! I bond", but 'not without the conn-lit of nine- GROCERS SHIP CHAXDLEHS ,
of his Country by an eloquent .speech) ]house. and th.nIr.: Tnger' of an hour in length) In the evening there I. manager, appeared' looking very pale.' \Mdics I thousand. ewe gouts! will be brought, on from AXH E\T.fJS IXTIt01 //
were two )public hllloll for the gentry at awl gentlemen," said lie. "If there is: to California.VIIW.IXIA' "
Carn-i',. saloon nod the other fur mechanics be !shooting' at the actors! on the stage!' ; it will ;_. -iI .t ._.
)!. J.sCiJ.n.Tlle: +_
and tradesmen at the Masonic: Temple. be impossible for the performance' to goon." proprietors! the :manganese works in Augusta r 11\ \,1 C(1RO.tTS I I r IIUICKl |r MMK | | KVC.\\ |ii
About three weeks aft 'twllrll.Ir.: Blair, in a
Congress! had proposed) )! to pay' signal! homage < county, Vim, last week mined. washed I _-=r III"' lit *, ---* ill 'III. lit ;
fit of delirium tremons blew out his own 111 ur
to the of Washington) the
memory I und :shipped to England: one hundred ton
: f .
brains! with a pistol' at his lodgings on ,
centennial anniversary of his: birth I by removing t of manganese.! The company now cmplovs, 'l
his: remains to the crypt )beneath' the Capitol Hill |I from .seventy-five to one hundred haulms,
fame of the Capitol )Ir. Curtis, the grandson The first "society letters, a? they. are run, two !snw-milN\ two washers ,driven .\ L.W1STOCK; OF FURNITURE ALWAYS: ON HAND.
of Mrs.! Washington, gave; his: ascent ; called, written\ from Washington, wenby steam and kccw III constant
), ; employmentfrom
| :.W-I
Nathaniel P. Wili! to the New York ..ViVrw.Willis y
but Mr. John A. then the ,
;, ten to twelve teams. They snip in --
owner of Mount Vernon, declined to permit was at that time a foppish, slender I barrels which t they manufacture t themselves.The ,
r the removal of the remains: on the ground young man, with a profusion of long!!, light :-:hc'lIlIlIclollh'ulll'\' railroadillpti"s .ARLINGTON 'NURSERIES..
hair who always dressed! in the height of
that Virginia did not wish to part' with ( within one mile of the mines.,
them, but IH'Ol1lptl'l1J1dollbtelIy, by a desire fashion.: He had while traveling in Eurone; l
to dispose of Mount Vernon, to which mingled with the aristocratic classes, and Ienm'.t(1 THE MISSISSIPPI fnTA-Thl') extent of --
they additional value at a high to look down upon the masses : but uncultivated land in tile Delta of the
gave very
price. with all his snobbishness' : : he had a wonderful I Mississippi River is not generally known. 'ICAIitiKl NIHII-TKOFICAIj FIll'IT! TKKKN: ROSES, IIECIDKYEUCaiEEX -

t Congress! purchased Rembrandt Pcale's faculty for endowing trifling! occurcnecs! On this ]point Gen. Abbott, of the United
portrait \\ushington, and the House! ordered I with interest! nnd" his letters! have never been I States Engineers: says; : The total area of O'S; sad : : NIIKUIIN mid FLOWERING M.AXTS.

a full-length picture of him from Van- full passed. He )possessed! a sunny nature, the bottom) lands Is"IIIIlIIt thirty-thousand!

derlyn, celebrated) New York artist A of poetry, cnthu-iasm.and I cheerfulness, square miles, of which a mere narrow strip -
i commission was aUo given to Horatio ( reen. always willing to !say a jilen ant word for along the main stream and its l'rlnl'ipultrilItaril' t
ough for a colossal statue of Washington in those who treated him kindly, nnd never ) !\ nail bayous has )been heretofore NEW: AND CHOICE VARIETIES] ; Ilmlricd Orange Trees MADE A :SPECIALTY. '

9fi a sitting posture, to be placed on a high pedestal seeking to retaliate on those! who sneered at river to cultivation. Protected again' the (:;:
in the centre of the rotunda of the and JIlalignel1llim. and properly' drained], this would ren -- J
i Capitol The \Vashingtu11ationul; Monument Willis first introduced "tt'l'llWlllt| Washington der available nt l least 2,/ANJKN, acres!' of sugar!
k. Association after consultation with having brought over from England land, or more than double the amount heretofore ;,1- :Send: for Descriptive Catalogue.
l men of acknowledged; artistic! taste, t
; among the numerous designs ,submitted Hirmingham. Before this' gnlrue-quill pens' best cotton land in the world, capable of JACKSONVILLE FLA.

a simple obelisk, five hundred feet in had been exclusively! used, and there was in vielding a bale to the acre; and not less than 1. tf ._ ._ _. ._._ : .
height, for the erection of which the Ameri each House of Congress owl in each department 1,000UUU)( acres of corn land of unsurpassed! JI'-II-I I OAKES .'
O. S.
', can people began at once to contribute. a ]penman who made pens. Anothernew und inexhaustible fertility\ it. : :\ )IHSOX, ,
invention of that epoch was the lucifer
t' Mr. Silas Burrows a wealthy New York match-box, which superseded the large tin H.UKUX:-: FACTORIES \T THE f'ot'TII.-R\-: '; rANUFACTURING AXI FURNISHINGUNDERTAKER :: plONTRACTOR AXD f BUILDER, ,)
I merchant, offered to defray thl't.'Jl'enleut- tinderbox, with its flint and steel. eral Southern cities, notably New Orleans! 1\
I tendant on the erection: of an imposing The mayor of Washington, during the arc discussing! projects for establishing bagging MAXfFACTfRKSMOULDINGS : '"
d white marble monument to the memory of closing Yl'lil'!! of the Jackson administration. factories. The Wilmington" Slur, which T I
:Mrs. Mary'V I18hillgton,the George; was Peter Force, a noble specimen of those has for years: been urging upon the peoplcof BRACKETS, SAWED ANn ,.t., ,
at the spot near Fredericksburg\ where her who-before the existence! trades unions/- North Carolina the }jMilicy of diversifying! )\! FIFTH ST., FERNAND1NA, FLA. TURNED BALUSTERS:: NEWELS, j,
remains ]had probably been interred While' used to serve an to the "art their industries, published an article recently STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVES- if
,f( (General Jackson was Oil his way to witness! preservative of arts apprenticeship; graduate; from the in which it treated the subject with remarkable TROUGHS:;, ::;SHEATHING: '

the laying of the corner-stone, the steamboat printing olHce! ('oualified to /ill\ any |>olitlcal ( JlIlf1r. It said : 1 here are two jute WEATHERBOARDING )-
stopped for a few moment at Alexandria. Fond of American history, )Ir. factories now at work in the South, one ut 1 FLOOR
and a Virginian named Randolph who had i. Force, while printing the Bil'llnlaI1ry: I ier, Charleston and one at Columbus, (in. These ING.
just hero ignominiously dlsml\I'Il'i! from the. better known as the Itluc Hook from the factories' are compelled I to,purchase at presentthe
navy because! he would not aid in concealing color of its binding, began to collect manuscripts raw material in New York, and, in spite Stair and Church WorkA ,
the defalcations of Purser Timl>erlake, books, amid/ pamphlets' many of of the expense incurred, the factories make
Mm. Eaton's: first husband! came on hoarl.a which hail )been thrown in the excetttine ; good returns in the way of profits. These SPECIALTY.
Making his way into the cabin, where the departments as rubbish away, and were purchased tuctories are not managed by I ('rsons! skilledin cm
General sat his he advanced the could the DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF :
f smoking pipe, by him from the dealers: waste pa' Imsinesf. If they import
towards him; attempting at the name time In IMS: be originated the idea of compiling jute! direct, or rose! it in the States in which ALL. SIXES.Post : .
to pull off his right glove, General" Jackson per.' and publishing' a documentary history they are located, and then would get exiHricnced METALLIC CASES, WOODEN: (COFFINS: Ofllce Box 174.
supposing! that thc'stranger wished: to shake managers; the profits: would be much jan4 Fernandina, Fla.
of the country, under the title of the AND CASKETS] : : .__ _
hands with him said Never mind and tore business much
your American Archives, and issued! a numberof larger conxcquently
t ;' glove, sir I Excuse my) not rising, for inv more sutisfiictory." .\. XOYES,
folio volumes to
large !! going : PLATED:
side pains mime" and he extended his hand. front WlIITIET.I.]: : : AND :SILVER
the >olticiaiis! who !!N'lItl'c !
necessary The New
hod i THK POTATO 'fll \I'E.- York
this time his opt TRIMMINGS(
[Randolph by got : glove ;
( He
}' : from ingress was em- Tribune lust Sunday published an interesting
1 and he struck General Jackson on one cheek ; ,
tall stalwart with
( sketch of the trade. New York is
)but before he (' ptdIt the blow he was potato' putdown .CONSTANTLY t ON HAND.-rS]) ;
and ] .
; seized, a scathe ensued! /, and he was escorted liuxliy! black hair large, expressive! eyes, as the chief jMituto. market in the DEALER IN .
would beam with whenever *
widen joy a country, with an estimated daily consumption .
on shore. friend, )brought him a rare autograph or pam including lirooklyn, of IO/KMI barrels 1
blood but he 1'r0 'iNil111S Liquors Etc.
General Jackson's! was: \ ,
1'lutltll1ot at his before up, he phlet.-licit 1'rrley 1'tmre, In Atlnntir Monthly.NOT besides uhirge supply' tor; the shipping trait(, I )llodies washed and dressed and preserveduntil '
get adversary wa'4hurrlt.'CI
The annual the 'I" I burial with or without the use of ice. f
potato ermpof country now ,
i g 4. away. Had I been apprised' said
< ho, "that Randolph stood} before me, should THE FixnjT POLICE IS TILE -oUJII- estimated at nearly :,''IOIHMIIHIO' ',' ) bushels" of I Remains: : exhumed and }placed m cases) for. MIST FOR B. F. AVERY & CO.'S Pi.ow+.
+ which New York :State: produce-* '.', ,(HMI.OIKIbushels ).' -
have been tl'l1.1yiJr. / him, and I could have A strange story comes from Constantinople.A I removal. -
i' defended myself.! few nights ago, so runs the version of the or l iNNlINNI, >,< barrels. Outside ofNew Telegraphic} orders promptly uttcndcdto.STKIITY 'I
f : **A* "Sir," said u citizen of Alexandria, who affair given in u German 'paper' three rubbers York large supplies\, are received 1 from\

had come into the cabin) "promise to pardon tinned to the teeth, broke into the house) Maine, Massachusetts Vl'rJllOllt1I1'hl: UII, --:tjtm:._- -'- --' ----.--------- CENTRE STREET,
in I tried and convicted and of Prussian living in Ohio, Illinois, and Nebraska. h"ruut.iuuutry
S me casa um u Constantinople.! : A- IIUt'I'III.n
I will kill Randolph in Ics: than l fifteen Threatening to forthwith murder him it ho the Itermuda Islands, South Carolina, and 52 tf FERNANDINA, FLA.
resisted the to submit Virginia are relied UNHI| for. curly IN.tUtfll'S .
they compelled' owner -- -'---- --
." bound, nod then demanded It is I said Unit while\ New York is the lending/ ; I
General Jackson. "I to
No, Mr I" replied Lemma/ 'ERNANDINA: FLORIDA, "'WILLIAM. WOOD, Jr..
market, the facilities provided lun' J far behind, jV
v want no man to stand between me and my from him Ins valuables and IIl11l1l' '. The l ,
assailants, nor none to take revenge on my Prussian at once gave up his. gold watch' and tholl'lIt' Philadelphia and Baltimore. It is j'
Had I been this Jtl: Turkish ueylit' had in his. admitted! that the neglect of toe legislature : :
account. prepared' cowardly some iii'"'' ., ." ,
: : \ IXMoves
hOlltlhl to pass! a law compelling' \ / dealers to use a I.XI'FI'Tt.Jtr.JSSII
villain's approach, I can assure you pockets; but this: small not satisfy \
i that ho would never have the temerity to tho rolhltA:! ulll thrt'lIh'l1l',1111'uth, standard mcnsiirc'should 1 be remedied.Ot'u BOOKSELLER: STATKJNEK, ,

{t' undertake such a thing again." und !finally obliged, the hound und helpless defilers and Range,
; + (
x No attempt was made to arrest Randolph' man to tell them where thwnulillilld the IlfHiXKss \Its-Ollr: : success in resuming Dealer in Fancy Articles,
ee and he escaped on a horse which was in key of his: business safe. This! safe happened' our place among: nations and in

t readiness.: General; Jackson proceeded to to be in a room on the third floor, at the top taking the lead in paying our debts, bus TIN A.M. SHEET::} IRON) WARE, CENTRE !STREET, FERKANDINA, FLA.Shelf .
Fredericksburg, where' he was: cordially welcomed of the house, and thither' the three robbers, been due to our merchants! our men of

and the corner-stone of the monument having obtained} possession' of the key, hastened affairs! to our railway men und our capitalists ] Papers) Picture Frames, Brackets!., I

was duly laid. Soon after the structure leaving the owner bound, and threatening far more than to our statesmenhile ROOFING AM GUTTERING.; '...., Croquet Sets(: Hand Glasses, Combs),!,
to return und shoot him if he called Lamps
however Mr. Burrows Congress has )been vacillating and uncertain \
was commence* : Il'!', etc. Pujd-teries: i ii great variety
f experienced }pecuniary reverses, and the for assistance! lint as they went up stairs III its purpose, and our ministers of finance Also Sewing Machine Xevdles, Oil, etc
+ work on the monument 'was I1rrc tl'Cl. It his wife, who hud been watching) what was: have been nnd still> are tampering with the Chillier Inkstands! 73 cents.
remains to-day in an unfinished:' condition. taking place from another room slip|>cdquietly currency: great industrial forces have been Just l'l'I'l.I\'l'l-1\ large consignment of .. .
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Another I attack was made on General In and cut the bond*of her 1lII'ohllllli.rmlllg directed )by able men, und most of the obstructions I

Jackson one afternoon as he was leaving the .\ themselves with revolvers, the pair that legislators) or administrations //atot'es. The "(0015 JEWEL": is approPriately 'Xal: A FRIEXD, Ij'i
Capitol, where he had been to attend the fut crept quietly up the stairs, came upon the could interpose htive been surmounted. j
wi neral} of representative, )by a journeyman robbers) uhsorlnnl] in dividing among themselves It is time work of those who have produced nautrl-it is a jewel] We will not BAKE AND CONFECTIONERS::;,
I (winter named Itichard Lawrence Stepping' the contents of the cafe, and withouta and distributed} our great crops of cotton and ;
in front of the general; Lawrence snappedtwo word shot down two of them. The third of corn that bus achieved results. It is the he undersold.I CHOICE

loaded'pistol: at him. in rapid succession threw down his weui ms and begged for instinct of the.IIl'Ollo) rather than thestutesmunship I
( the |ercusson-cap! of each' exploiting mercy. Turning the tables upon him the : of its financial lenders! that has ly SECOND: ] ST., ()OPPOSITE: 1'. O... Gro'ri..H. Cigars, and Tobaccos!
; without i igniting the charge. An: investigation Prussian liound }his lute assailant fast, and, kept the nation true ; their common sense1 ----- --- - ,

proved beyond a doubt that Lawrence leaving his wife to Wltdlll\'Cf him with u hits bevn proof i against the plausible fraud of II. I:. I)O'r'r I:1 t I:n, 1'0XU:; FANCY ARTICLIOS.Wtildings : .
s t I, was! insane but Gen. Jackson was tcnuited to loaded revolver ill her hand, hastened to the the demagogue and the specious' sophistries' +
believe that the friend of the United tyatcs nearest zuptich station. There he found the of the sentimentalist aim thu rhcloril' all. ;
3 bank had had prompted his assassination. ofllcer In charge absent, and un inquiring for To them we owe the honorable record of lmXXlHx.FLOmUA, : Entertainments: and Ilcnic*,
sub-oflicer was told that both of the latter our last few years of our financial struggle l furnished ut the shortest notice, at rock-JMit-
the bane .
of the
Personal government was .
and were also away, Thereupon| the Prussian that will IKJ inscribed! the history of this EALER IX tom prices, at -
Jackson an overweening asked four of the men to accompany him to time. ANGEL'S BAKERY,
'. idea of his own'importance wax the his house and tuku the bound burglar into Centre Street
Inundation of the old soldier's It When the merchant studies history to find Fiat Fauilly Groceries ,
i errors custody. Arrived in. the rlH.'llwhl're the the place that men of utluirs have lt in its 23 Opp. old. 1'. O. Building. .
should be borne in' mind, however that he -. __ __ ,
had been shot the looked
two men zaptichs curse .
he that in
surrounded' flatterers and that soon jterceivcs' e\cn war .\XI)
was! by even
the of Harvard at the two corpses, looked\ ut the prisoner, itself, which constitute! so much of the narrative ; TRY .
government College paid "
he visited and recognized in the former the two t>uhotHcers of history, it is the man "f affairs i that PRO VISIONS .
to him when
homage Cambridge, ,
and in the latter the ottleer of their ,
him Doctor of laws has been thc chief actor;; without the able .
by creating a although ,
he could\ not write 1Il.tter' which did not own guard.\ commissary: the greatest: general would have W, I.OJBI.XX'8'I I'

contain errors in orthogr llhyantll'un'tull- THK KKKEJTM: : OK OnrM: ,-Opium; in those failed.-Henry Altinixm in All>n>tic Monthly.MASONIC. .1 '?"I' ,

tion. II" the eternal" was a favorite who an; capable"of stimulation )by it, gives -. . Customers can rely upon getting CHOICE: -o'.ulOrs- .. ".
pht'l1.4C'wit!, him when hedesircd to give emphasis rise to a pleasurable state! of feeling something : ,-There will )W a regular com- .. '
to an expression, and he became ry ; like that which Is produced by wine of Amelia Lodge, No. 47, GOODS, as 1'repared Flour.' t ." i
profane when he lost his temper: yet he was In not excessive doses- but the excitement F. it A. M., on Monday evening, June ,
u sincere believer in revealed religion, and a derived from it, instead> of tending to some 21st, ut 71 o'clock sharp. Transient brethrenare *, i
constant attendant on the service* at the highest iHiint, remains: stationary for hours, fraternally invited to attend. NOTHING RUT THE FINEST BRANDS ---- I II I

Presbyterian Church wherever he happened and in place of the flight incoherence of W. F, SCOTT; W. )1, ONLY FIVE CENTS PER POUX1I.
to be. Ho fur as his prejudices and his nar thought uhvavs present in those who are exhilarated JOHN A. "WHITNEY, t 'n.tarr. .. j. .
rawness of judgment permitted he was a with wine, the most perfect harmony --. ------,---- .- are kept in stock.
kind-hearted man, nor was he averse to some established among all \the conceptions. Dr. AHTIIUlt C. FORD, "

of the pleasures which he had. 'enjoyed in There is an extraordinary stimulation G. F. AVERY, G-tf AT OLD P. 0. BUILDING. l'1 1IRS.
a hilt youngerda of the pure intellect, and not merely of "fI8T : _
{ lI The general always liked the physical excitement the powers of expression' The upturn-cater DO

.r of a home-race, where a large assemblage seems! to have had the eyes of his! spirit Fourth St.: bet. Centre and 'Alachua, ] ANNE CXARKE, 1
thrills with but one thought from opened, to have acquired a gift of insight

the won! "(ho!t" until the winning horse Into things that to mere mortals are inexplicable. 43 tf FERXANDINA, FLA. T IVERY AND.BOARDING STABLES':;. ) ST.: BET CENTRE ALACHCA, -
reaches the goal, and he was always to be The most remote parts consciousness [ ._-- -- -_._ rpHIRD
i seen at the spring and full races over the National come into clear light ; the finer shades '
( .
north of
r Gutse'just WashingtonCity of personality, those that had been unknowneven :
Delt'J"litionllllOrtlngmen from the to miuum-eater' himself, are To and from Steamers and Trains.l'OX'fU.l.'TS .
Atlantic citierf anti smallest I'i.tLER. IN THEChoieeHt
crowded Into the metropolis into view become distinct ; the '
Wholesale and Retail
during the race weeks ; there were jockey- details of the things arouud take new significance FOR HAULING, ETe.FOR "
club dinners and jockev-club bulls and the be Fruits and Vegetables, I .
; and are seen to profoundly Important SALE ; .
course resounded! to the footfalls of noted with) all other Io. .. '
; their analogies phenomena STATION KUY r.
horses, especially Itooton, Sir: Charles Emily of nature are 'revealed. It is the BOOKS :, CONFECTIONERIES, ETC.
und Blue Dick. In ll431J General Jackson same with the moral as: with the Intellectual CARTS AND W.GOX8.TIIUIS .

had a filly of his own raising brought from being ; that also becomes Indefinitely exalt. And Ml'NIC, : C.tSIL- Bliss Garden" Seeds, Flowers, Farm ant
the Hermitage and entered for a race by ed. An absolute balance of the facultiesseems Garden Implements. 7 tf !.
Donelson his Nor ;rOftice and Stable] -First Street, near _.
1 Major private secretary. to ]have been attained. The whole -- I
did he conceal his chagrin when the filly was 59 W TBVSTRIT, Broom Street Wharf 49-tf
;. : man is what in his ordinary state he only .__ I W. K. BAUKMGIIT
beaten by an imported Irish colt named tends to be ; he has realized the highest! )JKTfectiou ;
Langford, owned by Captain Stockton of of which he is (cable only] his ,' best JAMES )JfrGIFFlX AUEXT, ) :

the navy and he had to pay lost wagers self" now remains ; hU lower self has been JACKSONVILLE, }o'LOIUfSt'bool ) \, WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL .
amounting to nearly a thousand dollars, left behind without need of the purgatorial COX'fnACTOX"D BUILDER
1 while Mr. Van Buren and other devoted adherents fire of contention with the environment to BUTCHER AXD STOCK DElLER,

who had Ut on the filly were also destroy it.-T* I'nittrttiy Magazine. Alachua Street, between Second and Third, ASDDealer
r losers. .. In Ice.
1 Gentlemen- wquld 'often go from. dinner.s A urB4Xi telephoned to his wife: "What ;r Rooks a N SIe-t'l.U7. FERXANDIXA, FL%. .: BEEF SPECIALTY
parties to the theatre In an intoxicated condition have you for breakfast\ t. und how is the baby TENNESSEE;
the lion James Blair, r* The answer Ame; "Buckwheat cake CRIBE TO THE MIRROR. $2: PER Orders and estimates from. distance carefully BROOM STREET WHABT,

then a representative In Congress from South and measles!" SUIt \ ; 11 for six months. attended to 25-tf : 10-tf FER. AXDIX'A. FLA.



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i ---I, ii. J.-BARER: A {-c--) : I llOVSI'MOLIt I XOlrlifIii:. I LXTCHK.S, NOT }, \nc-I xvould advise, 1..ISllIOX XOTIS.
kitchen\ -
every one contemplating building
A (OENP.R\L (I'tMrtuWr.-les"" appetite I II. to place a latch instead of a knob on the :Surat satin nnd rellgleuse veiling\ combined 1
\I.. of common otrurrcncc nt the onset of I door. My hack kitchen door is fastonedxxlth I, make a regular midsummer night's

215 1' 'n.1 St.. ,\cw' York. many IVvi-r, hut usually: it is a far more the latter, and I frequently have to resort to dream of a dress.Currlcknincross.
I'hronii1 cuiiiplaint. Nothing i i.* commoner I the corner of my apron before I can open it, 1 point coufee I Is the, lace
C v A'. = 4 t than to hear eopk j say that they have nonppotite especially if my: hands are damp or \lIIN' novelty of the moment.
," they 11'1' not cure For anvthing," 1 know a knob looks better, but the coiue- Tho'clo-io-fitting bonnet xvhich we were
or that they hate l the eight/ III' font" It i* l'HI'I'If the hou exvHe must t be con.Miltod assured mu+t be xvorn all the: summer, gives
MxxrvxcrnsKEs: OF ortcn enough nssuclatNl with a condition of first! ; aflerxvards appearances may he thought ; sat, as: the season advances: to larger hats

1 h h/w debility and general 1 inaptitude' for \\ork. It of.-l\nintry (SfnUrnntn and bonnet
i is by 1111 moans uncommon in those who ore Nexv black ('hnntlll10l'e mitt. arc very
worried and anxious: and find it dilllcult to As AN- in"tieide.. the juice of the tomato fine, very long/ -tvristed and very high-priced.:
,OItillti'1'IIt'sOR.tG1: make \both ends nu't't. People who deototoo plant: issntdlobeat'great value. The leaxcs Hut it needs pretty hand and a diamond
1 much attention to the brnndv bottle on(1tent'are \\I'llhoill'li water nnd xvhen ring nmbush to ('IHr'otr black: mitt with511ae's5.
the fluid is till it i is sprinkled over plants
I generally t lint meals rather a trouble\ than (! ,
I Cathartic Pills utherwisc ; hr\'akfa..tI''I'I'I'illll t ', i is a ,lil1 1'III- attacked by insects, when it at once destroys: The: cassaquhi gains favor as the season ,
tThl':>it1 individuals!. are generally AeryiJaintv caterpillars' black 1111I1In'l'n/ fly, !gnats and I mlx'unoes.:'
and fanciful, and when at' home cither enemies: to xcgotaMes, and in no WilYIl1Il'alf'1l llonnets are small and tie close to the
: TIHI: jiAxrm:.
) the choicest cathartic principles grumble\ at everything! that i in set before the growth' of the plant: \ A peculiar sides: of the bead, even when the front
i in medicine, in proportions accurately ail odor remains toil insects:' frol1ll'om. ,.
them. They are very fond of abusing the prevents and back are flaring, ns in the gypsv: shapes!
justed! to
I uniformity secure of effect.activity They, certainty are the ,result!and' cook for \\ h'al I is in reality the morbid condition lug again for a long tim-e. The loosely woven flannel called\ rcigc tI 1etnntf ..,

I of of of their own digestive organs. Tohaiv POHOVIK.S: (lit HKKF. I'ATTIEK.-Shred underdone I Is comfortable material for pretty
years careful study and practical experiment -
I'mUr Forrest
( Formula of dresses to be III the ? or for I
worn country
smokers all events those vho
and are the most effectual rein < at : dressed:<< beef with n little fat ; season:
edy yet discovered for diseases caused hy smoke in any quantity, are seldom great with l epper, salt and a little onion. :Make morning xvcur In the city.
derangement: of the stomach, liver, and! performers with the knife and fork Tonami I a plain ptt.tc'nll it thin, and cut it into The !surhntt with Its extension front and\ ,
towels, which require prompt and effectual and opium and alcohol- seem all to shape like an apple pull'; till it with the hip |ocket.s!, has very much the nppearanee
treatment. A YEn'S TILLS aro specially Pronounced by Orange Omxvcrs the very have t the|xmerof deadening' the nl'pl'I itl'.l'l'O. mince! pinch the edges, and fry them of ft of nn ulster. !
applicable to this class of diseases. They pl(' who take little or no outdoor exercise nice brown. The paste should be made The rcdingoto, Which Is !so popular nndstvlish
act directly on the digestive and ass i mi. generally complain that they do not eat with a small quantity of butter, egg/ and : is simply n long, straight garment
lative processes:- and restore regular well, mid no wonder if u man wants a milk without :side-scnmsor jackets, and left nlot'll i
healthy action Their extensive use l>y Host! Manure For HIP Ornate 'LiceF4)ILIESTER gj>od appetite, he must earn it somehow or from the hips down in l"'I'f141'n1l1,
I physicians in their practice, and l>y all other. Someone may give him his dinner, A n."'''' t'fKK rote A ('IIIII.-An eminent Sunbeam cloth Is! nn English: novelty for
civilized nations, is one of the many but if he i is to enj.\v it lie will have to bring 'Italian physician: has found\ out and! published shirts:<< It combines nil the colors nf the ;
proofs of their value as a safe, sure, and hi* own saucein'theshapo' of an appetite. : n rapid cure for colds. He :oou0111': spectrum in stripes.Chemises !.
perfectly reliable purgative medicine Irregularity of meals i is another common ought to chew one or two twigs; of f the eucalyptus arc made again with Vshapedwset.s '

Being compounded of the concentrated cause of loss of appetite. The stomat: h appreciates at the same time sxyalloxvlng the saliva In I the neck, pod/ fl!
virtues of purely vegetable!: substances, : .S ('CUII'.I-'I'I': : JI.\- h : l'I' nlllrll11111 likes to have its secreted, which has a bittcrand AromntU'thivor. hidden in the pleats of embroidery and Inec "
they are positively free from calomel or In the of half hour
wants attended, to at the proper' time It I is course an cn-( on the shoulders.lfognlfirent .
any istered injurious properties, and can bo admin XIIUS, '. curious how in a well-regulated hodv the tarrh disappears.LKMOX satin brocades have large
to children with perfect safety
desire for food l is experienced day by tint) at 1'lut: AVER'S: TILLS are an effectual euro for oxnttlv the same hour. We all know now .1 loaf quarter pound of butter, sixcggx Seaside stills are to be made of imported
Constipation or Costiveness, Indigestion ( dreadfully, bad-tempered many: people get if I and the whites of four well beaten, the rind\ Jersey xvcbbing.'
Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, FIIU I'vKiiv: : 1"11'1:1'1'\: their dinner is only live minutes late. It is I of tWoll'l1Ion'nh'I, and the juice of limn'e. A scarf draped as a tunic i is pretty,; finish
Foul Stohinch and Breath, Dizziness, all very well to say that they are ''lIl' tIII1"l :Mix together! and\ let it simmer till of the for a young girls: toilet and trini.ssufncicntl.x: -
Headache, Loss of Memory, Numbness, AA7ry, !'should not be put out about trans'' : but it consistency:<< of ""''II'\'. Ho careful to stir all t the simplest dress.
Biliousness, Jaundice, Rheumatism, must be remembered that It is no trifle to the time or it will burn. There is a growing tendency, to revivetonrnurcs. '
"-ilI& Eruptions and Skin Diseases, Dropsy, them, and that even a slight delay mav give i \
Tumors, Worms, Neuralgia, Colic, Prepared on scientific principles to produce rise to a considerable amount of bodily dis- (.tMI'nnn placed: in drawers or trunks:' xvillprevent Summer lace polonai: are made, 01'1"1'1111. ', I .
Gripes, Diarrhuca, Dysentery, Gout, comfort. The stomach has been: accu-tomed; mice from lining them any injury ish! lace. 'I

other Files,diseases Disorders resulting of the from Liver a disorderedstate and nil ::111 large_ yield per acrtv to receive supplies at certain regular intervals Yr hot l.rc'lI.lor cake with a hot knife, : Fancy costumes have pllrt\OOII'lIlIIlI j fans to i

of the digestive apparatus.As :<<, mid, If it fails: to receive' them, it objects and it will not bo clammy. match. l'llllrnl'1' 1
most emphatically, Nothingis more likelyto Dots, dashes: and splashes of color
a Dinner Till they have no equal. spoil the appetite' than eatiug.'r' drinking ( !it\ixn: > xvoof> should. be washed: with cold teri/e the summer gu IIII\I", The more vividly'

While gentle in their action, these TILLS between meals.:<< YoulH'ur a man complaining tea. the "leader of (fashion can retuilulyouof J I.

arc the most thorough and searching cathartic .\IJ>lf) DKAI.KRS iv that he cannot cat his dinner, and volt dGifIULJLTU1LLL.JI'TE n leopard, the more happy,, soinchoxv, She> ;, 'I
that can bo employed, and never J give: I find on inquiry that an hour before he mid) 5Ce111Mto be. !
pain unless the bowels\ are inflamed, and l'HnmCIlW'PJ.TtTIUfl: CIinMICALfl: ( three or four MIixeii oysters and t some bread Many of the most fashionable!' suits an t
then their influence is healing They stimulate and, I butter null a pint of stoirl' "in-t to put SKKH: Fun TIIK III'TII.I'rllf'utrr.- mal.el'r, plain, but they nnift: be of rich 1
be that thisis house' xvritcs! to the $I. I onis /Vm/ t'/1I1 under mid substantial fabrics to be stylish as
the appetito and digestive organs; they :Sl'U'IIATK: AMMONIA.(( hlllllol'Ihl'r.; It may thought I'
date of : Mb :Mr. Le Due. the Commissioner
operate to purify and enrich the blood, and i an exaggeration, but it is not. We have May s though the plainest wore a mutter of choke i
impart renewed health and vigor to the I'I'IIIt, and we wish xve hllll1ot, for nothing : of Agriculture, has kindly sent mea and I not of necessity. .
.( whole system. can be more\ contemptible than a man who quantity: jute seed. As the time of The Ihtznnr tells of! n pretty way to make ;
'I'I ; Makes a deity of his stonutm'h. We should planting has already arrived, it I is hoped thut a tie Fold a (foulard or lace-trhnuu'd handkerchief ",
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., srPKR PHOSPHATE:' : LIME, eat to live, and, not live to cat For people' those: who wish: to try the experiment nfraising twice through the middle ;; turn the

who dine in the middle of the day, lunch 1 iit i.s: jute will nmkeinunediateupI Ilit'Iulnlt center corner\ down nnd fasten little pin.
:g; Practical and Analytical Chemists, SULPHATE: OF POTASH, great mistake. Many peopl'sem to think for I the seed toDr.O.( llainlmch, of Washington Wuolll1'l'III'II''t!' finished\ l with )plain stitching, ,

.. ,, Lowell, Mass. i that it would< SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS KVKUTW1IERE. NITRATE: OF POTASH.MURIATE out food, from t 1'\:111::! to have the tl'lItlIIlUlle on as large an
- --- make a llIlIll'1'l'lIklill't' directly they get III"halll ; pleated.
OF POTASH( and, eggs and all the ct ret eras: ; area will: possible, only n small quantity of The afternoon tea r N, so that It demands
1'ZAt3 C't3 thl'lIl1t 11 II, in. they go in for bread I 111111 seed be :sent toai one applicant. it !special dress: ('nl,'FMular n "tea gown" {

1 IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I SULPHATE: MAONT.SIA; :: cheese:<< and beer. :Somebody once said that lute grows in a warm climate and n moist xvhich comes among the imported costumes.It : ,
Nsri GITI HAKD.CAX "lunch is i a reflection on your breakfast:<< and alluvial soil. The seed should be planted' in consists of n short or ilcnu-t rained pleated t
BE MADE AST STRENGTH .DEIIBKD. LAM SULPHATE: (JI'' SODA) an insult:<< \ to your dinner," and It is a i>itv drills about three feet apart, In ground which hkirt over which 'Is: worn\ U long, straight. i i iI
TWICE AI Loo.liteuos that more people:' do not !bear this In 111 1111. has been thoroughly! pulverized by the plow gown, entirely without draping. l'lallc'l1'h.- Inu'ro '
Cure without Dragging) ttt B/rtin. Strictly I'uro Ground HOIKSOur You can never t to have a good, appetite nil burro v. Drilling I is better than broadcast ulIII gay Pompadour brocade ara; used.\ I t
CURE unless you allow\ a good live hours to :<< sowing, because! gives n chance for the! Heliotrope fo the fashionable iloxvcr for \
: Chills and Fever, elapse between l'udlOf the chief meals of easy:<< removal weeds. The cultivator should buttonhole bouquets.The r
Liver wAY the day. be freiincntly 1Ii"I'll1n.twC'1I the row so as: to new walking dresses have short, round :
( Complaint, T, keep the soil in a friable condition. These! waists and without overskirts of t
(zvoue What Is:<< to be done for loIIf! Ul'pl'llll'1III are \ tin) ,
Dyspepsia, PAD. circulars give i full particulars, and are the first place it essential:<< to avoid, u'4l far experiments: will he purely tentative. They kind. J
Neuralgia, mailed free to all applicants.: They will jyitcrest as possible! any of the circumstance: we are intended to determine under what condition Small Funebun-sliaped bonnets: covered ,
if interested in Agriculture have mcntioiici'( of this of dllllnll'lt1I1I/1ol1 Indian jute can be with lace the favorites for dress i
+ Nervousness\ you you aro causes: : : complaint. Spanish) :<< arc : I
or Orunge Culture. l.Vttm He regular in your habits ; get up early\ ; donut naturalized: I In the United States.I Planters bonnets.Sleeveless. I
Rheumatism, _____. shoiila careful record of the time of
keep .
- -- stay out late at night; ; take plenty of : : waists of Irish )point, to be worn i 1-
t Costiveness, THE FI.OKin.i outdoor, exercise ; have your bowels. well planting, (lowering and maturity of thechamdl'r over silk, are: )pretty for summer wear.Serpentine f.
i Female open every morning ; do not drink much of the !'IoillIf the monthly temperature i braid is used! for trimming on i
tea ; be, quite sure that you are not smokingtoo and rainfall during the period of cultivation curtains and table cloths.Some t "
\Weakness, )) AND) IMMIGRATION; COM PA1 YOFFERS and of the height of the mature .
LAX much, and are not taking more tli..n you of the now overskirts: ore slashed: nt :
Sick & Nerroni ought to in the way stimulant.. It 1 is: a stalk and the quality'or the fllorl'. Only those the scams, and have the end, of each gore y

Headache, : :: great thing if you can dine in cllC'l'rflllI'II'II!< xvho will consent observe these conditions rounded or pointed, .
ant of to should send orders for seed.! It Is extremely Some of the costumes have the front
These Pads :lIt'lct-thc<< example eating seems: ncxv :
e Noxious Yillv.OiliorFoiaonouuMedlcloesaretakra Cure all D1easnbyAbrorptloa. No be almost contagious.:<< It i is astonishing xvhat important that all the seed of home-grown of the skirts shirred in throe great loose

(Intoth"Stomnch. The Pat are worn over the Pit 60n.nOnt'rt'l'II' a great deal bad cookery has to atuxver for in jute be preserved. fur future use. AH the )puffs, und the bottom finished I with a narrow .
of am:the t>bt0iIach'and covering Stomach.theOreat A Nerve centre,. the WilY exciting a dii>ta*>tu for fund seed xvhiclrthe Agricultural Bureau bus sent ruffle left on the edge' of the lower putt'.
Tomcis absorbed into the circulation Tenths of the Vegetable Bloodan Of the most The practice of taking bitters before meals me wiis ini|>ortcd from India, it is: not worthwhile It luis rather a huh Iis ny look, and uiadv \'
Liver,purify. Inn the Blood,stimulating the Lirerand with the vicxv of increasing the appetite 1'111 for farmers\ north of the latitude] of St.Ixmisto must be tall and slender to carry it oil"xvith
to healthy action, and
the Its cultivation. The
: attempt\ suecessful '
( 8 8tmachtodllr food. FaiCK OF A'ImJ.I'U( ::;: : : DESIRAIILEI.AN1M :/ : : common one. It Is undoubtedly u bad habit, grace.
culture of Indian jute would' probably
.lArK. SOLD BY ALL DRUoorsT .or but in certain functional derangements ot'the One of the hlllortc'llllllrlllJ.t dresses has the '
r.xpresi. stomach and bitters demand a warmer climate than that of skirt made of chestnut and t
Manufactared at 4I Vo" L""TT 8t. ulIlIl'ca"lollallln or striped gray
b MD.J10IGslY. IN Tilt sherry ami bitters may have its advantages.: North Missouri. It seems to me that our foulard, and was 'pleated in front so that

: A CO., Agents, Probably the drug most frequently employed Southern States cannot any longer afford to only the brown stripe" "huwlI'11thc! surface, 4
3,1-fim: Fcrnandina Fin. STATE: OF FLORIDA, with the vicxv of stimulating the neglect\ I an industry that is bringing to India though the was revealed with every .J. .
more than one 4iundred millions n fruy.
is year movement The waist or
jaded unpctite quinine. Twotablcspoons- It IHTSOII. was .1
t'ul of the tonic quinine mixture should betaken Probably the single State of Texas has more plain brown, with asilvcrgray.waistcoatutld '1 1a
.MO.\tIlIiF: HOUSE, At only I $1.25 per acre to new !!('Itlcrs. with aliout hair nn hour before meals, or hind suitable fur the cultivation of jut than Louis XIlI. collar of lace.

the privilege of selection in parcels of 40 two tablcMMHuisful of quinine will do equally the whole ar'a' which India now devotes to Spanish) gold pint! are much worn in the. I
MRS. BUFFIXflTON, this tillage. It is not unreasonable to hole
BY I well. The infusion of quassia might also hair.
lands 1IIl'atClIon
acres or more. are be> used! for this and iU eflieacy i is that Southern )planters will, under every are jMipular for children
rR purpose very
4 CORNER OF PINE AND FORSVTH STREETS, and adjacent to the line of the (greatly enhanced the addition, of three or diversity of soil and climate, conclusively in England. i.

four Irons of tincture of mix vomica. Nux test the possibility of naturalizing Indian Many of the designs of the pompadour I
JackMoiiville, Fla. voinica fs of the bitten in the United States. Since the feaslbll. foulards artistic
one though
pleasantest we its arc an us they were
ATLANTIC GULF AND WEST INDIA of naturalizing Indian jute in thU COuntry -
know, and will often succeed admirably, hand-painted design
TERMS $1.50: AND &2.0O PER DAY, TRANSIT CO.'S R. It., even when given in plain water. Other tinctures began to be actively discussed, three processes The pilgrimage suit rivals the Jersey in
and Infusions! employed' for a similar -two mechanical and one chemical English: favor
According to Location of Rooms. purIMseare' those of columba, gentian, chl-\ I have been devised: lr the separation of the A great many ladies will still, It Is to be
extending from FERXANDINA: on the Atlantic rette, and cusparla. The infusions should be fibres. If these machines do their work hoped| adhere to the boot for street wear in

THIS WELL-KNOWN" HOUSE IS to CEDAR KEY: on the Gulf coast! given in two tablespoonful doses, while the rapidly and cheaply, HO that steam fingers spite of the dictum that the low shoe i isiiperKoding I.
located and been dose of tinctures is I, a teaspoonful in water. can com fete with manual labor of India, ( it furoutr wear.The ,
centrally having
renovated -
thus! affording to the producer cheap, constant
4 then the day is not far distant when domestic .
The of vomica it will be with nemldiuphonous
tincture strewn
throughout will be kept as a flrst-class nux remembered counters are
' and rapid transportation to the best is much jute will stand next to cotton In textile linjfrtance. of all shades and
house.! The Proprietress, having had ex- a more powerful goods names!,
I>erience both North and South, will spare markets. and the dose <>f this should not exceed eight but It must be remembered that they require

no pains fur the comfort of her p trots!!, ia The belt of country traversed by the Trait' drojM. The' different preparations of hoiis, JAPAN CLOVER: -I send you a weed that much draping, and flouncing, and pleating i ,
making the house! homelike as any in the fit R. R. embracesEVERY are useful: but are we think, best taken In seems to be> taking the countr-what it it 1 to look well. '
('ih- 33-tf the form of bitter \beer.; Absinthe, or worm Sheep, hog, and, in fact, all kinds of stock Coat sleeves of dresses are rut high on the
wood, is largely( employed. With many are very fond of it. Has I Wen here for several khoulden, and stand np like men's coat
MEW MANAGEMENT.Mpeiirer VARIETY: OF SOIL '( 'ple, especially those who are predisjMwed years. Kills out dug fennel and all uli-eves.!
4 UNDER to constipation, two v Han* coniM>und decoction of aloes will succeed Gopll.KAK. netted cord covering the front ami back ofa

to be found in the State, a large proportion better than anything. For elderly people, 1'ItIMKw"a, turned-up brim.

ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA. being jicculiarly adapted: to the culture of j pepsin taken in five-grain dose* half an hour It i I. Japan clover, a plant known to 1.HtaraMs ----- .
before meals i h useful.! We need hardly ay We publish the announcements In our advertising
SEMI-TBOFICAL FKUIW and Early Vegetables) that (or patient* whoareanicinicormitffring! as Leitf J. W. THOMPSON, ttt the Keunarge House! from what is '' of the Atlantic Southern States, In some ourselves Inquire to the
and The Large, Coutjxict Jlvdie, nf Timber usually culled ''iMximeas unknown and is to as qualities ,or
White Mountains: Proprietor. El.AJTJX4TI blood" iron is the remedy I'ti&iJtljihui way over thirty yean ago merits of the wares advertised, further thanto
make these lands CAHEFVL
Transient rotes, $:!.!JO per day. Liberal worthy Time now rapidly spreading in': all (directitm ; assure ourselves: that they are legitimate
terms made to those desiring board by the OYbymanufacturers of LI-XBEB possibly it already has a fitting III every and rcsi>ectable. Hut when an article ]> r.fjrlJlJl .
CRAB OR LOBKTEK 'Socr.'' -Iloil and pick Southern State. Is a low and spreading
U AID N.'V'L t TORFH. "_ miracles in our midst, 'transformingthe !
two crabs or one large lobster; pound time growing front ten to fifteen inches in
in least
old to at we
length young appearance -
DINING shell and small claws in a mortar then boilit under favorable circumMtancr ; Incline cannot it unnoticed. We Know of ,
NEW SETTLERS for two hour, in three and a half pint ofwut.r
ROOM, ; fry one nmll onion in a taL>lcsx| >on- too slender for IItJr-IIUIIIIOJ1. Has wedge who now, years wear dark ago, were glossy gray-headed bait How II i I-
: of butter ; when it U rather brown adit the oblong} leaflets in threes somewhat on the
this U colored for it h.
(Opposite the Post Office) 'urchating[ land from they company are furiWied !, crab or lobster meat, well chopjKsl) ; cook plan of the common red clover though much I. nrftctivnaturalalearanee? It evidently not instead, of the s u

T> H. HODIRK, pBomrroB. with entire free jxuMtge the Trait- one minute, then add one large teaxixtoiifulf Biuallcr. }'Juwcn.mall and of a j purplish ,fiamh: dry, staring look of hair vtained with
tlour. nail and | stir well then color The value of Japan,clover a* a feed
11t'1'1ft'r| ; ;
uf hair
nitrate other
silver dyer.No .
kit Railroad fur and rxtnal crTit-ta or common
family i the oil It. On
add three pints of the water in which the dejfnd upon producing it has Ixt-ii rtftorrd to its youthful color; '
PRIVATE AXI TRANSIENT HOARDING to the fetation nearest the land purchased. shells were boiled I, and one teaMttoonfiil' ofminceil good; soil it h 'a uuie'h-n'lishtd and highly lustre and vitality by the use of that wonderof ,
HOARD REASONABLE. No to parley ; boil slowly one hour; add 1 nutrition feed, while! on extremely ioar54i1 HalVs 1C'illalHair
: joins spared TITLE (X>MPLETE, Uhig derived fly wonders. Vegetable
milk be 1 worth ,
pint boiling ; boil it iq one and nerve. it dot not neeiu to near tit
suit 17-3ni Renewer has imitators but there
customer grant from the United State and purchase I ruuch. It many ,
How TO ,WA H CREwEL: WORK,-Some I is nothing like it. The test for yearn only
W.tt. II. C. DVRYEE, from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE, crewel work however careful you may be, A U\w that I* milked: three time a day I ncretise it fame, while its Imltuton I die stud'

? t i : will not wash, a* the dyes u"' -.. are inij-cr- I will give more milk and yield more cream are forgotten.-Uot n Daily Globe,
rENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, : : SOLICITED.; : feet, but any good crewt-U will wah with than one that is milke l at intervals of twelve -
moderate care, and the use of bran only is hours. When the udder is tilled a pruce of CALIXO, who had husiiieai with several

CENTRE lie, NEAR R. R. DEPOT, safe and ure. It bould Ito tarried. out as absorption goes on und part' of, the milk stationers, wenttn theimhoi*. Suddenly hediscovered
Descriptive. MAP and cmvLARii mailed on follow: Pour half a gallon of water over secreted in It..t l It will |lay to take the milk that he had lost liia umbrella. He
FKRNANDINA: FLAP half a i-mnd of bran over night, and let it front copious milkers at IntervaU of eight; went back over hilt route and at last lie found R
application LEWIS; sunk, stirring fjcctuioually ; draw off the water hours as nearly a* possible. A cow that Umilked It. "Ah. he mild, "you are a great deal
Hay, Corn, Oats. and wash the crewels in it lukewarm at rive in the morning,one in theafter- than any of the other fellow
Land CoinmiMdoner. merely squeezing the water out and hanging: noon and tire at night will yield from 10 to:W .:Everywhere else they told (they knew

j PRINTING, in every style, and at Office cor. Ik-acJi and Seventh Su.1tf them to dry. not near the fire nor in U.e.uII; per cent. more milk and more cream than if abut )umbrella."-f\>",'/ I' e.
Jon lowest rates, at the MIKROR office. iron with (:011111'014., milked twice a day.-America* A 'rkvUud t. vrar' "

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t LOCAL REFLECTIONS. co n ; IlN'CE.- One :Sunday: morning! good old 1 Dr. White! Wanted at Once/ Nr.lMII'i SCIII'IH'Ll' !
._ was commending the('earnest style of preaching :30 barrels Florida+ Nyruip.too -
'" -- -- ---- Ceilar .
:: i STE.tMErsST.
-- -- = ::: = Key.The TilE
111.1'1,1. by his denomination the Methodist :! hiHicN! Seed l Potatoes.
$1.00 .1 rRAI JOO1'oll MX JfJATW.To determination of the '.
; owner of the .1. B. NOM-. ----. .---

---.. .. .- .-- .. -.. ... Morgan line of steamers<< to continue to nuttheir -as more impressive' more likely to i "_. -. --
arouse interest! and .preached to illustrate.It I {[ JOIIXM! j j CITY POINTi if[
Correspondent from New Orleans' to this Xotlce.Office .
ships < : place I'ott-Office
; should l he mentioned that! ._ .______...&----!
Ourrcfpondenta/ ami iterimii ,,'/I'il/I/ 'tuwnrrs during the summer. is a feature! in the trade diagonallyacross I I llnirt-Prom S.W: ) .\. M. to 7:00: : r. >
with tin jinper will ]dense direct to Fi/winv of this place' which. cannot/ fail to producegood the street stood the large conspicuous! Money Orders and Registered Letters I'I

)MiRtioR l''cr>nin .\, )1. to 1:00: r, M. ; and from 2lH'; I'. -
results 'fhe of these
peculiarity !ships ls, and tllc worshippers was a to ;JJI:: +) r. M. Sundays from 10:10:: ) to llio:: ) sv
among \ ,
i Office. and! their ability to come to the wharf at all M, and 1 :3o::;+ to J J0::! I': :'1.
very worthy man named Hibherd! ', a tailor
We lave rftnblisketl n Jhiflnrtx Office; nt the stages! of the tide, will secure to them 111111. 1- .tRutlv.1t..tXl 11 HKPAKTfttE OK TIIK MUI.S.Xorthcm .
by t trade and deaf
port office, tinder the charge of Mr. 1 11'{; /'. {n{coot/, ness!' that will be satisfactory to t the owners, quite : wasnevertheless Mull-Arrives daily at 10SO:: M, S> n.
Jr., whn Iviltrecehesabfrriplim1> nrirrriirrnrntsrtn,1 an attentive, devout listener. ,' .
1 t and of very deiided benefit to the country (Closes 3.00P.M.fvwtlirrn :
other, favors for the MIRROR, r/1I/11t'/1fJ nl.ty' Now," proceeded the doctor, casting his Mml-Arrives 3:30: P. M. leave Fernandina: for Jacksonville
along the line railroad. lam how. WILL' .
sorry intermediate
r has the paper on trite.MR. eyes toward the building nearly In front of Cloves 1000.1.: M. 1'111I1tkl1l1n,1
-.-- .--- ever, to say that our Hoard of Health has .">'/. Mitrtft and Trader 1HII JfnitArrives ; on the St. JohnV River, and Savannah
1 HENKY CI.AUK, of )Ier.! !. Alsop A adopted\ so rigid quarantine Unit the ships\ him, were I to come in here, and state in n Tuesdays: and Fridays at250p.::; M, and Charleston, ns Allows :

Clark, Jacksonville, was in our city thin week of this line will not probably beablu to touchat calm, listless, unimpassioncd manner that Closes! Mondays'and Thursdays at JWK:( )) A. M.W. From Fernandina
the house of )''r. Edmunds:, fire it .
in. /l1I/f-
was on Mary's, ,
looking after his lumber} shipments from this place on their return trip from Havana PALATKA
would attract little notice, few if any would Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at *00) .\. M. FOR( JACKSONVILLE: ,

this port.' _... .. I to New Orleans. TlIelillI1ll1t Fridays at 20::! p. M. EVEItl'i'1UNhSllAY."tZ
-- ---- credit inc. All of which! being in a low- jMP
: The Miller and Henderson lines of !shipsto \ \I'tdn'ydaysandNat'daysat9:00.t.31.( !):
Ordinance of llapttstn. tone, was! lost on poor deaf Hihberd.! Hut," Closes TuesdaysVeduesdays! Fernandina
Manatee, Tampa and KeyVwt, represented \ From (
The ordinance of baptism will be administered the speaker" continued, "if I announced in Frilaunel. Saturdays! at 2:30: p. M.
here by our old friend, Major (iul- CHARLESTON:
in the Methodist Church on Sunday thunder tones, nt the same time elevatinghis
\phin, continue to be prompt in their arrivals .. ... '
ut the close of the and pt-EVIIlY: : FntIJA Y.- ,
morning service, a voice( so as to make even the deaf hear, ----- -- -- -- "
and departures, and the performance of
(, numl>er of parsons received into the Church. )Ir. Edmunds': house I is on fire.:" "Fire NSCHEII.ULEl! Close connection made with steamers for
the mail
_. service by thell1l1ptear.} to 1 be, very l !
E --- fire I"! exclaimed Hibberd, who only caughtthe Mellonville and Enterprise: also with steamers .
Tlortda Agrtcnlttislst. satisfactory! to those particularly interested.!
for Ocklawaha River also at Savannah
last and he undoubted ;
as \ announcement
This excellent paper entered upon its eighth Concrete buildings continue to be a feature .---. *'------s with steamers for New York, Philadelphia,

volume on the IGth. We heartily commendthe in this place and the action of the town' Edmunds'[ : house is on f C4KOKUIA: [ FLOIIiIIArINLAND | Boston and Baltimore.and at Charleston with

Agriculturist to all, at home or abroad, authorities lately allowing wooden frames to fire !I" Springing from his seat be rushed .. steamers for New York Philadelphia' Haiti-
from the church yelling fire fire at the top more, and with Northeastern fc South Carlo-
who may require an agricultural paper that he put up and afterwards within twelvemonths of his voice. ling Railroads for routes North, East andWest.

will furnish reliable information on semitropical covered with concrete, has induced "*** .
Did you ever witne s a more forcible illustration
agriculture. C. Codington, editor, a number of persons to commence building. FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS. : -
? It would bu difficult indeed
De Land, Fla. ; $2.00 a 'car. No place I is more in need of dwelling-houses! to .
the in church : : !
depict after Hibberd's
than this in town is STEAMBOAT GOMP.tSY
; everyone occupied, Tickets and Staterooms secured
hasty exit. Roars of broke forth Through
Church Service To-Morrow. ,
and there Is! a demand fur number of and all information furnished at oillcc, corner
I'R.HBYTEuuN-Rev. Dr. .T. 1(. Myers, at others. The new concrete hotel of Dr. Mo and the congregation quikly sought u more Centre and Second streets.

.11 o'clock a. m., and 7:30: p. m. value is! rapidly approaching completion suitable place to indulge their irrepressible! ,ra 20-ly: ._._ C. A. NOYES.:
-- ---- rMALLORY'S
mirth. -- - -
MrriiomsT-Rev. J. Atkins! at 11 o'clock and is a monument to the energy and pluckof _____ ___ VIATOR.
- -
a. in., and 8 p. m. that gentleman and his. sous. Your correspondent How PVLPIX<< MADE.-The Portland Maine

KO.MAN CATHOLIC Rev. J. O' oyle, at took occasion, a few days ago, to !'teas, tells us! how \\'oodl'\111' is made : "Su FLORIDA STEAMSHIP LIKE.
much is said about the pulp which I is
10:30 and 7:30 paper
: a. in., : p. m make a thorough exploration of the building cxtel1ln'lY15l..1 III the manufacture -

EnscopAlRev.. O. 1*. Tliarkara, at 11 and was surprised at its extent and completeness that u brief description of the process paper! of No SEASICKNESS: :; So OCEAN: DANGERS Only Direct Line to New York.THE .

k o'clock a. ;n., and 4:30: p. m.I of design and finish. The hotel making it wilT be entertaining. Any white,
i soft wood may be used. The bark is tll kenolf
has entrance hall seventeen feet wide\ at
TilE steamship!' City of Dallas sailed Thursday the knot and dark and decayed places!
t the end of which will\ be neat office! finished ....
a .
cutout. It is! then put into a large caldron
I I at 0 I a. m. for Jacksonville, all/Ion arrival OF IIKIIUJKTOX
in curled pine. Gentlemen's; parlor and boiled, which extracts all the glutinous
l3'' John's bar found it although .
at St. rough
; and reading-room, (dining-room 25x50: feet ; matter and resin, and renders<< it soft. It is And DAVID C'LAltK.FAST .
the pilot said he could take tho then put on a large stone grinder, with -
steamer in he could not promise when she dancing parlor on second floor, 20.X.V1: ; ladies water pouring] on it all the time. The grindstone '

would get out. Captain Risk having some parlor, :20x30 ; also on second floor, fifty-two wears: off the fibers until they are finer '1" 'fIm :\ -ta ,. FINE :STEAMSHIPS:; ,
bed-roonls of good size, high ceilings, and than sawdust, which float away into a fecep-"
;, experience in lying a week in St. John'sRiver well lighted and ventilated. Commercial tacle. The water I Is: drained off by means ofa .- :--7: ;" o If' WESTERN TEXAS.
decided to return to Fernandina, discharge (line sieve, leaving; the pulp, which consists i I[ .PASSENGER! :; : J VEiI'1'ABI.Ef. CAIT. IIINES
< i, ,
the first floor with "
men are provided on -
a -
-- -
his Jacksonville freight and sail for of a fine fuzz, or !splinters of wood. It is

large sample-room for showing their goods, white, and requires no bleaching; but is LINE.titennter .- CITY OF DALLAS,
New York
on Friday.
Y and in the basement I is a large cellar with ready to be mixed: with rag pulp, or anythingelse CAPT. RISK.
that has a strong; fibre, and receive the
d County Convention. laundry, etc., and a cistern! to hold 15,000 proper' constituents! to make into paste, after City of Hridgctoii. ,
gallons of water ; kitchen! : and servants' which whereas ; of the above Steamers will leave
t ; ONE
{ Our County Convention met at Callahan I CAPT. JOHN FIT/GERALD '
in in the I have to J be washed l and I bleached 1 with for New York every. Friday
building rags
rooms! arc a separate !, rear.
on the 22nd inst., to appoint delegates to the I Frrnandimi (to suit the tide:).
chloride of lime soda ash and alum and
Waits at fur the Monday[ and
4 This hotel is
ornament to town and
( State and District Conventions to 1 be held at an our such strong chemicals, to take out the color. Thursday night Vegetable Trains of the This line, having no transfers to make .
it will bo }benefit to the entire Gulf between
a coast.It Then to made
Gainesville. The alternates to the State Convention they are picked I'h'I'l'lIlIlt
were made the delegates!! to the will be opened about the 1st ot July for Into pulp. The ''rotcsMlay: which \\'I/4H11'ulp ATLANTIC, (IVLFVIT: I INDIA FERNANDINA: AND NEW YORK,
trade with is made is purely mechanical.\ It can be Ax0t'ENSSITLAIt
summer twenty rooms! cnllllletel.
l>District Convention. The mOl'tlnwa4 well say Offers the
1 / ,
made at about
} The entire building will be completed 'heap-IIY! one cent a Pound I :: RAILROADS: ,
attended, and we think our readers<< w111agrc.'C BEST: AND 'CHEAPEST TRANSPORTATION
Ion by December 1st, when the owners CAI.IXTO G l tIu'1.t has i sued two \proclamations Il'lin: Centre Street Dock direct for :Savannah. ; : -
that t he ded !'! mode were judicious. i
expect to be able to procure the services athoroughly I to the Cubans t. in which he "styles the Passengers! and shippers\ are assured: TO FLORIDA SHIPPERS.Vegetables : .
The delegatewaretogoentirelynutrunntelel of connection at :Savannah: with the oh'lltnIIhll'.1I1II1
i insurgents!! the "Cuban army. The Tnnnfo, :
m f as!! to whom to support, but they arc instructed competent hotel man to take I a Liberal paper, referring to; these proclamations : trains for the North.: and<< Fruits! will receive special 1

(...1 to sustain! the two-thirds rule. Helow we charge of it. L. ,says: "'fhtycnutafn practical' : ideas! care in handling.PASSENGER .

give the delegates: chosen : Qutney.- but show disastrous! tendencies and I have Slcuiiier Dm ill Clark, :: : ACCOMMODATIONS ARE
; ""
I The Tallahassee created a saddening i Impression. The Tri FIRST-CLASS.
Cotton ManufacturingCompany
Idegatrs-C. Yulee, W. Nuylor info shows that the la-t insurrection accomplished lair I'. II WAIll.
Thompson, Peter Come John D. Jones, J. E.: have quite n substantial brick nothing but ruin, and asks !by what I.ert"c+ Vntre Street Dock evertVtsllicsda The traveling public 1 are offered the advantages *

Davis, John D.1lenfnrl\, John ]]wens. building\ on the south side! of the railroad! right he jirctends to the pressdcncy'of. the and !Saturday for SAVANNAH', touching n'tUIJl'XSU'ICK ) of a DIRECT I.ITfU
.AlIt'rI/fIttl-O. Stark Warren I"'. SlottV., ANY CHANGES. Connections made at
track the It is owned and 1I-.alll.d..l.IIU hlic.
at !!
ileHit.| now : :\ ;ST. SIJION'S,1)AJhIEN:: ) and I
; } \V. Farmer, Lewis Higginhothani, J. North- Jacksonville with all steamboats for all
p Meet, I'. Kelly, \\'. :\[. Maunders operated by the Messrs.<< McDoiigall, nephewsof AN English journal thinks that the only D01JOY) <5A. ljoints! on the :St.: John's!, Ocklawaha: and
John McDongall, for a ndian lliver.aud with the Transit Railroad
many years
prominent one reform )possible:: in European: Turkey is 911*111 o run(I a.
Vegetable Shipments merchant of Tallahassee. These gentlemen to suppress! the Turks, at Fernandina for all railroad stations
Steamers:; are connected bv Through Tariff in Florida.
'r Continue: to he't'ry }large ; the quantity off have displayed such skill and business \ iTAKlXK. with the Atlantic, Gulf tt West India Transit

cucumbers has greatly lessened, owing to tact in the management of this enterprise Peninsular Railroads, and via Savannah FREIGHT{ AND PASSENGER RATES

the lateness of the season, from so far south as to make it a complete success.They Port of l ,..Utuullna.mati with steamships for Baltimore, Philadelphia AS LOW AS BY INDIRECT LINE

( as this point, but the shipments of tomatoes manufacture yarns only Turningout WATEK.EXTEKKD. ) State, New-Roomms York ,and Tickets Huston.lor and. all other to flt all 'point Through Rates and Hills of Lading!

,' t, are very large,; and on the increase still The 3H, ) iKiunds week from 81(( spindles' aturtl:1), May 2')....... ..._. .\. u. OW: 1'. )I. particulars' apply' to the following Agents For passage or further information, apply

" melons will soon begin to "go forward now, and realize 121 of revenue on the capital invested Sunday, :10..,... 1I4Z"; : 1:14": and Ollices : to \

when Shipinents will be again increased. by them. The factory cnnsmuesover Monday, 31...... 1ltI":: :'!;1J"! Fernandina, Fla.-l'lIpt. J. L. Rouniillat, R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
J Tuesday, Juno 1...... 234" :3Wi'ethnwlay ; ..\ l'Ilt'lIt re St., l between Second and Third
I, : Yesterday tho shipments over the .\. G. & a bale of cotton per day, and gives employment ., 2...... :J1i":: 357" Savannah (Ja.-Cor. Hull and Bryant Ht!!., C. 11. MALLORY it ('0., Fernandina.

W. I. T. R. amounted to 7.8A5 crates This to thirty-three operatives ; mostly Thursday, 3...... -In":: 4:49": op : ki and :Screven House. Pier :20 East River, New York. :!.t(

is the largest shipment for any one day durIng boys from ten years old and upward. Friday, "' ........ ;12" iIS": Joacks"nville! Fla.-Corner Bay and Pine -.._--_. --_ .- ... -

the bcoson, and does not include shipments This effort at home manufacture, although Sts., Dr. L'Englc's!, Drug Store; A. C. Ijinpherc 'IOIUIXI 1IAVAM7EEKLY
: Ticket I.
Agent A. Hungerford
; ,
from the Peninsular Railroad, which on a small scale, is highly encouraging, furnishing May :2 would have Increased the amount 1,000 crates an example worthy of imitation, York. Augustine, Fla.-On the Bay, R. F. "\

. ow more, but for the break down, causing failure and'we hope soon to see similar industries May 2i5.-trig Jfreminh, Ford Boston. Armstrong. Agent

.. tooonncct* The aggregate would be all in alll our cotton: growing counties. May :27-Str. W. John't, Vogel, Charle-ton. Agents.Palatka, Fla.-Lilienthal Hi-others.! ('u..

f liads. Twenty-foulmiles<< west: from Tallahassee' (I.EUIKD.:
thirty etr- GUSTAVE:; : LEVE.ieneral .
May 25.-Sch. Jlattle J:. Tuber, Bntg ,'I'llil-
is situated the town of Quincy, thc capital' of adelphia.May) ( Passenger Agent. :

1 The Artillery Supper.The GhuUden county In ante helium days, it :2i5.Sch. Jot. F.: toiler, Davis, Phila-+ W. BARRY, 1
(Ht'lll'raljll.'lIt., Savannah
supper given by the ladies the Nassau was one of the prettiest and most thrifty of delphla.' 1
May :20.-S. S. City of A I.I Artillery Tuesday evening last, all our Interior towns. It (ecuplnlthe/ front 11 Manager. : by the new and elegantly ajvl } -
Jacksonville and _
returned.May .
at the new hall of the, company on Third rank in the cause of education, and for a ( 27.-k'h..tler.: Jliirdlinj, Simpson: .h according ointcd "steamship to the following ADMIRAL schedule(side-wheel),
S.U"l"S :
,.tft.tllroH..l.\s; is generally the ease with number of years was noted fonts prosperousBchools Philadelphia ItlYKIl PACKET.STEAMER I-euve pillar Key on' Tuesday morning.Passengers .

,such affairs.in their hands, a perfect success and the high moral tone of its in. May 2.H.-S. S. City (/ l>
a The hall was neatly decorated, while the habitants. Its lIH'rcluUlb'l're sustained bya York City of Hridgeton on Saturday 4i! >. in. Leave
May 28.-Str. St.Juhitt, Vogcl, Charleston.: / Fernandinu
tables: with'thl'ir 'fmbEttMlm: nt of flowers, back country, rich in varied stud valuable a -- -- .".... ."[. :!!. '0 I train! :or Jacksonville I by Transit Rail.rnad -
Monday morning), Arrive at
,1 looked very attractive Tho guns!'' of the products.Hut} COUUEHClAl = T T'j= :.::;: I Key.West Wednesday JIIornin Arrive ut

company, which were at tho end of the hall alas! what has! !ccit wrought in -, ) ; ; : : FLORA, Havana Wednesday afterntjoit. *
Femandtna Market.CORKKCTEO 1')1
and made especially] bright for the occasion, twenty years I The iron heel of war camu Returning leave Havana ThuntlnyewlI. ;
WEEKLY: Wil. KUVTEY. CAFT. JOHN RICIIAKIMOX ing. Leave Key West Friday II1CJrning.r.
were most beautifullyjind Jastcfully dressed very near treading out all vitality, and so ,
Spirits Turpentine, per gal........ <@ 27 rive Cedar Key Saturday morning (and at
with (lowers .and vines, and looked truly little elastic energy to spring up again/ upon Rosin, common, per bbl........... $ 75 WILL} RUN ON THE ST. MARY'S RIVer Jacksonville and Fernandina by Transit! I

E harmless as munitions of war. upon its revival. Scarcely a vestige remaining Tar....................................none in market during the season as follows : Railroad Saturday evening and at Savannah :
The supjicr was very bountifully provided, of the enterprise and industry which in Crude Turpentine..............none in market. Leave ST. MARY'S EVERY MONDAY and by steamer City of Bridgeton% Monday, morning -

and tho good things! furnished found un by-gone1 years invested this place with so Cotton Sea Island in the seed... '4J @ :5' THURSDAY}'ERS.UDlS.Bnd; MORNING will leave at 6 FERXAXDIXA o'clock, for route), thus between forming the United the shortest States and i+*>s,Cuba.ible sea

1 appreciate} audience Substantial, us well many attractions. We were surprised to Femandtna Jletatl Mark"t.roaan.ED same days at 8 a. m., for CAMP PINOCXEY PASSAGE RATES.

its the lighter articles which go to make up find the old Methodist Church tlllllt
an appropriate menu for an occasion of the was at one time, while the academy was Grocer, Corner Cadre and Second titrcrtt.FLOfB. I Returning, will arrive EVERY at ST.TUESDAY MABY'D and FRIDAY Savannah to Havana.$32 00 flS ,5')

kind, were there in profusion. Tho audience probably undergoing some repair, or i ossibly FEED, ETC., touching at 'r.aN.\Nl1ll'U.: at 5 p. m., Fernandina to"Ilavana..i6 00 38 on .

came, saw, and, we think, very nearly before it was built-used as a school-house, Flour, per barrel."...................$5 50@ 8 00 I On WEDNESDAYS; and SATURDAYSwill Jacksonville For staterooms to Havana.and tickets: .... 2000 apply to LEVE 3Iilt<

IIf quite, conquered. The guests were served and is associated with many pleasant reminiscences Meal...................................... 3 :..oI 00 leave ST. MA BY'* at 8:30 a. m., and ran & ALDEN'S Tourist Offices I

by the young }ladies, thus making,the good of our ex Iiool-boy life. Grits........................................ 3 75tx< 4 00 oe chartered for excursions toDungeness Savannah, (Ja.-Corner Bull and Bryan \1

all the R. L. Edmunds of classic at Sugar..................................... OJ((|. 121 streets. H. A. tLLAgeut.. -t t
things provided more welcomely re memory was, Bacon..................................... 7|(($ 9 and other points of interest in the Fernandina-EgmontHotel. .\. L. \U:1.:
ceived. the time .of which we. write, Principal of Corn, per bushel,................._. 70o, flu of Fernandina. vicinity LEN Agent.

After the supper there was a handsome the school, then the largest in the state; In Rice: ....................................... 71@, 8 JackllOJ1'illtf'41mt'r Bay and Fine streets.

ring to be cut for from a largecake; this fell both llt'l'urtruents-male and female, there Butter..............?.................... (& 3,') Through Bills or Lading A. C. LANPHERE, Agent.
Lard per | ound...................... sa! 10 by MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers to all St. Augustine-On the B. ARM
to the Captain of the Fernandina Light In were over 200 pupils. Mr. Edmunds: used Hay. per 100 \llw....................... 1 :*>(& 130 points on the St. Mary's. STRONG Bay. F.

'fantrr.bo a novel and beautiful lamp as the church during the week discoursing on Self R ahing Flour.................. 9 25((* 0 fiOSalt Clohe Connectionmade Agent% 20tf's0.

a prize for the best marksman: was contended Homer and Horace, and kindred themes-- ........................................ 1 10(.t I :20 with the New York and A 1

for, and Bugler Hors)' was the successful} while the Methodist congregation, under the Oats, per bushel..................... GO@ 05 Steamers. Mark all goods;Care of Savannah Steamer SPLENDID- OFFER. 'SO.

i-ompetitor. charge of Rev Dr. White, father of Judge P. Just- Received : Flora Fernandina. rjillE FLORIDA MIRROR r

The occasion seemed to be enjoyed by all, W. White, occupied it Sundays. The old 200 barrels Flour. sengers.GOOD Excursionist ACCOMMODATIONS and Tourists FOR PAS.will 1 LOUISVILLE and COURIER-JOURNAL the

,' and by none more than the fair donors. We building has since been used as a storehouse, 300 hacks Corn. find this a very attractive trip, as the scenery (Weekly) one year for $2.50. !,i

r trim it will prove a) remunerative to them f&U1ICnt r'. shop, theatre, town lull etc. 150 barrels Pearl Grist. is grand and alligators and other game are Two papers for little more than the price s

as they anticipated and as' the object for But there is one incident connected with ins 50 100 boxes barrels Bacon.K. D. Meal. abundant.For further information. of one. Send"u! $2.50 and receive your 1.

,. which they gave it warrants, (the furnishing earlier history, which more than any other 300 bales Timothy Hay, JOHN RICHARDSON apply to home paper with the COURIER-JOURNAL
the best
of the new hall for the ooiujiany,) will perpetuate its memory 200 sacks Oats. A, B. NOTE 2,5-t tC Fernaudjna, Fla. in the ;country, brightest, and ablest family weekly 4Q 2t


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