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: June 5, 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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" ,, ;$;:n VOL. Un.-: FEENANRINA, FLA. SATURDAY; JUNE i ;i.: 1 1880. NO. 40.(

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rl I A THE CHICAGO COXI'EXTIOS. votes individually givin By the tenth STATI .vh'ir.s.Alachun. ward) before the indanil: took chargi'; to I.f"'I".

The managers for the several possible candidates rule it i ioe provided, that the Republican National bring her homo. All the good" had been Wo paid ft vWt tn Captain Mondy's sawmill "

"; with their fuglemen, commenced to t : 1 Committee shall consist i of n member landed and a* they are probably hid u\\ay on Monday and was much pleased l with

I\\I s pour into Chicago on Thursday ami Friday from each State, thus doing away with representation "charming Brother Sawyer inlandillage.refers .to" (Gainesville The folk here a* n in Santa Rnsncounty, vecx1H'ttuhear' from! the manner in which l'IIo i:si ness! was carried

k of last Wl'l'k8 but small! majority nf the of territories* III\ll..f the District i Sheriff Bonbow." on. The Captain informed u* that the mill)
about h have been happy in the belief that
National Republican Committee were present of Columbia.. l/w Wednesday morning the American I i on this island sawed on an average S O>.0in>
Gainesville The State law
was a city certuinty
last week, only informal meeting" could In n Grant caucus: Mr. (Conkling l reported define it to be !such, for overthrew' baik N//MI just' nrrivcil in port, while sailing; fl'ltIf lumber per day, and the one on At-
'i. be hail. as saying there was no we concealing hundred votes east here at municipal up to Sullivan's'! wharf during a squall! I scan Otie .;tXN, ) ), making u total of 4.">,RH( ) feet u
I are every -
' Among the anti-tbird term, or anti-fraut! perverting the fact not more than .TOO( vote struck the spanker boom of the Italian: hark l per (111) The Captain hoi eighty-six 1 mules'!
election. But pcrhnlms.laeksonville'! i it
Jnen, the question of the most imiMirtanoe were assured for Grant on the first ballot. ; ] t'fntrlli Tui, and broke it in two. The captains and thirty yoke of nun up the Suwannce: .
the only city in the \ah'-a'1il/'il1\ ]!rr.We .
'f" before them was how to defeat the unit rule. The Latest :> met on the afternoon of the !same day River hauling logs. Ho has over ",(11)0) logs

J ,. Upon this point the contestants seemed to FUIIUY, 10...;. a. m.-The Chairman called have a heard well-informed e! t gcntlmici and satisfactory settlement was reached l cut and being rafted: l to t this'! }place, and thereis

\', base much of their hopes for MIOOC or fears the counvcntion to order. Mr. Conklingarose express the opinion that the present! season'svegetable them The mishap, we are informed, was: but little probability of the mills stopping
crop) has brought $WOtIO( to $K'*>,- again Captain 1lHsiysttya: the demand for
'j' of defeat. + to offer 11 resolution in the hope that unavoidable, and no blame 1 attaches to the
t' On :Monday at meeting of the National: there would be no objection io it'if there Kill into this:> country. The business In. ftym.-The tremendous tide of :Monday i is'! pine lumber I is much greater than over before -

Committee, it was agreed to depose Cameron should he any objections he should ask the creates every year, and next 1 seasone maj considered in advance of anything seen thinseastul which accounts for the great number

from the chairmanship if he continued to roll to he called. The following I i.s the resolution reasonably expect thecnip in Alachuatoun the water reaching a point seldom mills being started all over tho country, lie
', ,.ft abide ty amount to about $2UOINNhrr:! ) doesn't think the supply will cxccnl the dcmand. -
:;: decline entertain their motions, or to : seen.-Though the Jitnc llnylf has been \ \

';: t by a decision of the majority of the commit Juult'rcl11 the sense of this convention! fund foul. consigned to Davy Jones' linker, it mast t not 1.--('t./tII' tCiy Journal.Mr. .

I, that every member of it I is!'! bound in honor The young men of Starke are trying to be thought that she had all the iron of Kng- A. H. Word, n well-known farmer and

! tee.A report circulated that :Senator Kdmunds: to support' its nominee whoever that nominee organize ft zouave L'OIIlJlnnf, and the Tile land on hoard, for we arc informed 1 that several citizen of (Ix-vy county, who with a young

I :"'s'. )} had written to members Iof the delegation!, might be, and that no man should hold graph says : "As! this will be the only zouavt cargoes arc to bo !shipped' for our railroad son' came to Bronson :Monday morning to

i } 'jl. from his State, withdrawing 1a Presidential his seat here who i is'! not ready so to agree. company in the State, i will lie somethingtoablvr and one or t two are now on the way. purchase} some supplies, was instantly! killedon

;. ) candidate, and urging ,them to support The resolution! elicited an exciting discussion and our boys tidy expect) to create i 11 -IVnsacohi: contributes to the revenues of his'! way hnmime..1r.Vamnt: was sitting iu

, -' Grunt, was most emphatically denied : and was withdrawn. sensation! when they appear in their red the :State: through bar-moats alone, over a cart, his son driving, when about ten mile''-

The New York delegation, in secret caucus The committee on Rules reported in favorof pants, caps, etc., at the next State Pair" throe thousand dollars per annum, there being from Bronson, the back hand of the harness

i, made a motion that the chairman be instructed the rules: of the House of Representativesto Columbia something more than thirty in the city broke ; the horse getting frightened ran

to cast the seventy votes of that govern the convention.The Gus Potsdamer, who Wiled John Henry, -At last accounts the county commissioners '! away, drugging the cart, the shafts of which

State as one. Mr. Conkling chairman said report of the committee on credentialsis Sheriff!; of Columbia county, and was sentenced were dis-poxcd to purchase the corner were!. broken short off. Mr.( Ward was thrown

that if fifty of them instructed him to cast still occupying the attention of the con to the }iciiitcntury! for life, bus been Jot adjacent to the stone residence! for the out violently, getting his head badly I cut,

the entire vote for General Grant he woulddo vention.It grunted a. new trial by the Supreme Court purpose- of erecting it court-house. This and a sack of salt hurled from the curt falling -

w>. Meanwhile telegram" from their is: generally believed that the unit rule The )prisoner was released! on giving bom property lit present! belongs to )Ir. A. Stod- on his spine, broke his hack Dr. J. :M.

constituents were being received\ by the wit be voted down, and that the convention for his: appearance) In the mm of $000. lard, gentleman who has hl'I'11llulte lavish Jackson who was at once summoned, found

'\:'. members opposing such unit action, and will not c.mc to a vote before tomorrownight. A basis: of settlement lion been agreed onhctween in his expenditures to build up and give n on his!'! arrival at the scene of the accident

urging them to stand fast. This delegation l the bondholders and commission- name to Pcn ncola and our section. Though that Mr. Ward hud been dead several! hours.

finally passed the unit rule. At the Grant delegation!, caucus, they determined crs, the former consenting to receive ne\\ not as central as might be desired, the site\ I is! Through this: sad accident: Levy county lias

Senator Bruce was serenaded by Ids friends to stick if the ballot lasted a week bonds: for their claims: at thirty cents: on the nevertheless! ",,adapted to such u purpose! lost A model farmer and citizen, and n widow

among the colored delegation ; but as the -- dollar. :Some: bondholder prefer to receive The question of pu..hing this'! project has of and young family are left to mourn their

Southern States can no longer be carried by Tuft: PROPOSED RULROAD TO :MEXICO. twenty cents on the dollar: in cusp An dee late !llI ..l.ll'll.-J'f"'rfl/fl/ Adrnnfc.lltllitboro.' sad! loss-Cedar Key Journal
them, they have lost! their influence as a. The action of the Chamber of Commerce Monroe,
tion will he held on the\ Monday In
yesterday! was a proper thing, in indorinp:
national power. the resolutions of the Atlanta (Ga.) Chamber .Inly, on the question ofi" HlIl1el'or "Ni The presencehere of two companies of the The Republican club of this: county held, a
The convention war called to order at 1 of Commerce ing Congress: to pass ." J Fifth Artillery helps amazingly l in relievingthe meeting at Key West on the 27th; milt to

clock on Wednesday by the chairman, the bill immediately to authorize the Secretary DuvalThe dullness: t thcsummeraftcrour Norhcrn condemn the notion taken by the Collectorof
Senator Cameron by the Itcv. Dr. of War to contract for a military and Jacksonville I'mdeems ; i, from what i it Customs of West in
; prayer postal highway to the Rio Grande from San visitors have: I left (iuite n number of the Key taking a contesting
Kittridge of Chicago. In his a.lc1rl'lsIr.: a reliable source, says that effort: the conventions\
) Antonio This is i one of the most! Important men are Ilunrh'rl'llln11t:4 set up among the delegation to ntGainesville
C Cameron "hoped that the bitterness: that had measures'! :> before Congress and full of benefitfor \ will be made to induce i'onovcr' to ('orneIllIwn oak in the grounds, which odds to tho nat \ and Tallahassee of fifteen norm-

attended the preliminary canvass, would the whole country.The and Withcrpoonseems o withdraw. I It ufllll'it'tnfl'II'lltl'lll'II"1'I0fthl'Il'nllt-] Mr. hers I, eight of whom werecustomhouse employe's
commerceof Mexico to
now disappear! ," and the determination be OOO.OilO, yet the United States'! runs gets; but twen that these are not such "11:4: Henry Murphy plants an acre or two of rice nnd churgo him with, making falso (J

to put in nomination the strongest possible! ty per cent of it, Europe: "Kiting the rest. their fancy with the Jack every year amt alwnys succeeds. Ho plants! and fraudulent representations: at those con )
who would The of this i is that the border bet '1I0ll1illl't
candidate for President, command reason! ween sonville Ih'pIII.I the unmanurcd land in three ventions.
I on pine rows
Texas and :Mexico is a desolate waste, madeso
of the civilized world. '.
the Oranoe..The
respect! by Indian and Mexican ravages! which, The JUI'k'ult! ,'iI contain full accounts feet apart, and, a foot or two between the
Hon. Geo. P. Hoar, Massachusetts: : was for twenty-five years, have been going on, : of the arks: of that: city, hills, |like drill corn, and 1 cultivates! it with Orange) County Democratic) Convention .
nominated unanimously ratified" temporary until immensely rich section is seemed to have buried\ nil former difVercncoH 't
a large awaste. just! successfully completed. The reports: of plow amid hoe. Last year he made sixty\
chairman ; and Davis, of Texas: Fryc, Lands'! that pastured: three millions the works, the supply ami the piping fodelivery In their own ranks, und determined to
of cattle barren wild The \ bushels of rough rico to the acre. His: place
are !! government
of Maine, and Riium, of Illinois, were appointed pays five millions: a year for troops to keep throughout thoeiy h* would prove( II is situated between t here and, the river, und it net in iK-rfoot accord during thecomingcam- I

\ to conduct him to his scat.Mr. peace in that country, and can only do 110 ma.tsuece: +!accomplishment I enttdtheirtm-t mile east of Nebraska 1I111'-1iIIllJH& Tit- pulgn.
I Hoar on taking his cataid the when there is nothing for the bandits. Tin and congratulate neigh Thursday the 7th of at .
dertaking, we ( /( our lnue. May, 30'doH.I";:
function of the convention if wisely! used, War railroad Department the has only declared means to that remdy a military the( bun upon the t completion of tn improvement ) //,1"/(011. in., the jury in the case of Henry! Stokes, Indicted I

was to name a man whom the people would bonier troubles as! affording\ quick transportation so much needed, Imtli fo| the health "'c had a fine rain in this county on Saturday for time murder of Lovely Glisson, returned -
make l'r('!Opling nod comfort of their. citizens. The enterprise la-st.-The out crop Is!! turning out a verdict of "guilty in ]the first t iUgnv. ,-

and the Democratic party iu that connection The that honor country.of the government i ill involvedin : shown by the citizens: yf Jacksonville better than was 'XI'I'I'l'll.-B! the demon- .-OriiHye Cuitnty Htjmittr.Tho .

t ; then charged the Democrats o.s being} the protection of the lives and property is: worthy of emulation I I by other strut ion :Saturday:: Wl'lIfl'I'OI1Vlrwl'll that old passenger/( coach for time South: Florida)

j imbued with the old rebel spirit and n party of its! citizen The interest! of the country cities: of our :State.'lime : | Jetlerion'' will nrord fin immense vote in Railroad was brought;; upon a barge by hit( f!
, to fraud oppressio: \, etc. i is concerned the acquisition of from sev: :
millions of Mexican( Democrats of :St. John's' county, at November I for the continuance of a Democratic steamer llnttie Tuesday evening, and precisely
entyto eighty commerce
I On motion of Mr. Hale, the roll was called that goes now to Europe. And Ian their convention, resolved: to'', g II! to Gainesville : : government. .\ three years' experience at 11 o'clock on Wednesday morning

; and'the chairman of each delegation namedits economic measure the government will sav in n body and there castj tho five votes! has: satisfied us that the true interest of was! put on the' truik. .\ box cur, Which i i.s .
several committees. Alabama the value of the road in the diminished .. \
members of the every year tnhich they arc eniitled. 'Ihcr dected mdelegates. ti-: people rests: III a continuance of u Demo ulso adapted for a baggage( car, was unloaded 1 \
reduction of for the soldiers -
Arkansas notice of contest
and gave ; on the border.-Cineinttfiti Kaaulrrr, : .-The city sexton Mr. Otk. fl'- emtivgmrver11aient, and in the language of at the same time. '(lie passenger: tacit is
)Ir. Henderson, of Iowa gave notice of a .lIayZ/. l'orts ten deaths during the 'month of May, Wallace Jones, "wo intend I to stick."---(Goo. about thirty foil long, contains twenty-one

contest in ten districts: In Illinois ; Mr. Warmouth four of which were colored, Pour of. this WithcrsjMMm, the Republican candidate double seals und four single scats! thus having
of Louisiana of contest in that: 8T\ltclI.-IIon. J. (s. Sinclair culled on us
:: Otatl'i;
number were under five years of age, and for l Congress, advised us on Monday that he n capacity for seating fort "l'lx piisxen.
*. and the convention was: also notified of contests this morning He proposes to remain during four had, keen residents: of tie city less: than did, not intend to sell out or resign, and that gers. Except: on excursion occasions. it will
in and Utah. the summer. lIe is perfectly satisfied:
,, Pennsylvania one year. The causes of detth were: us follows he- could not be influenced during\ the present: afford ample facilities\ for ho accommodation '
; The committee organization with the \-'n\11 as: a starch IlrlKll1dng'l'gl'-
on permanent !
: ; Consumption, three; cholera infant- campaign to make uIleK lI"hlrt" speeches.We of )juu'.sengers for some time to ('onus-
by a vote of thirty-one to nine decidedto table, ami intends to enter largely into the
urn, two ; meningitisone ; cinviilsions.onc! ; IIpl'll1wllalllllt'l'I"IIIII, and hope ho wilt & //tr chairman business in Orange county He ,showed
Geo. P. Hoar
report as permanent -
cerebrctis" one* intro colitis one ; drowned 1, "-tick."-On last 1"lIcla'lIlg1at two )'11111I1; Putnam. I
of the convention u letter from the Pad tic Mills of llo.ston inwhlllt
one. The deaths! for the corrci>ondiiig i colored l women, M.iria Bowie and Mary Good crojw und good seasons.! =The delightful

:; The convention; was,!! called to order at the casavn! starch I Nendorsedas" "equalto month of last year were nineteen. This I Daniels, whose c'lallral'tl't'IIllre certainly muddied weather that we have bet'n enjoying
the best laundry starch. )Ir. Sinclair
11:45: a. mil. Rev, }o'. \. Noble, of the Union sjM-aks well for the simitar- condition of indulged in a quarrel over a pair) of during the pa.st week, could nut l lit surpassed.
told that lie hud
us gathered fifty-five pounds
Park Congregationalism: Church o m'fl'f 1l'ru'cr. Jal'k""I1'I11I'-Thcrl' leers four times: as shoes and they 1 finally agreed; to go beyond .-Tomatoes: arc plentiful and very
of cassava from a single hill of this productive
many straw berries hhll'1'oofwlU: this port the rporule hoiindurici of the town und flue at the price of one dollar j-cr bushel: ;

SI?. The committees on contested Beats: and hilabors.root.' .Florida May the l'nwitJiiiie greatest success crown. the past year as the year pnvious, and the settle the affair by a h..t. amid skull tight." Irish\ i IIIJtutul'lt ut one dollar und twenty

credentials, not "being ready to report, Mr. 4WA average net price JKT quart wts fifteen ecits.Caiuu. On reaching the "Tuckir Hill," however cents per 'bushel, ; green com twelve to /fifteen -

C 'ollklin moved tin adjournment until 5 p. they halttrtumd Uo">4aill.'tll'ath other like intnriatcd cents per dozens: sweet potatoesfifty
$( IIVOTOX iv Mv.-Tone<' Washington
III. This!! caused homo debate, )Ir. Hale opposing in May I Is to see the city in its greatest beauty r.st'tUllb'(l 1 : tigresses: : ; but tho battle was of shortduration ('l'lItllller bushel ; strawberries' ten tetita: I per.Jltralil. ,

: it. After about an repent in this and attractiveness. UK parks and its lawnsare The Pcnsjicolu .4(11.
manner the convention adjourned until & nrnamf'nte.with\ a wonderful variety of of robliericH committed in und earth, covered t with her own blood. Her us- St. John's.The \ .
flowers and shrubs, that give' it an .
.i ckxk, Having reconvened the hour appointed of home-life comfort such as appearance I hnvo around that dt)'. It seas from reports sailant had tI'ifoclll knife with great dcxtcriity way the J'reu put It: "The coid-,

the committee on credential were seen In no other plate. Savannah resembles from vurioui (icrtioiiH of tie! State, that we und inli! <-t -.| half a dozen wounds in bloodod! malevolence which characterize

found still not ready to report, and the committees it in this respect! but Savannah lacks iu the are rapidly losing our l.omtod exemption various parts of tin liodr-tioine of which the methods of the opposition to General

on ruled and contested seats(declined extent W ."hifl of ton trt e-l'hmtl'flJ.rroltlul. Cleveland ban large that i Is avenues Keen in: i for this e\'iI4\ from tl.| fowl. yurdor are of a dallglt'fJu'll'llurllcll'r IIIICllllll'Y prove Grunt's nomination In! only equaled), th.-

to report before the report of the former with arboreal linings, and there are other smoke-house. { fatal. She was curried t4.t l Dr. J. l Dubney Pal- devilish ingenuity which prevento Ids enemies

committee should have been received. cities with more wren of forest, but none The 1'l'I1)f'Illatm'tlc\ give an account of JIlt','. ofllcc, and Mary (Daniels was 1.181..1111Jul1. from falling into the error of Attacking

Upon a motion of Mr. Sliaqio, to Instructthe where there i is such a blending of street a robbery near that city on lie :nth ult., as [ and ]held for assault und !battery.-..Vi- him personally They know-none better-

committee ou contested seats to report here.with-parks Wtukington, fountains Letter.und gardens as is Keen follows: Some unknown rucuU schwa the cello CoHMtittitivH. how firmly he is grounded in the, affection

being put to vote, it was rejected .by a vote sloop yacht of Captain Wm. llandlon, lying Leon. and rt'tll'ed of the American |1.e ople, amt
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of 400 against! to 316 for. Flit Front.-The usual weekly excursion offWolsey, loaded her wit!la: quantity of With C-onovcr and Lcdvvlth: In the ('ur.l. they dare not venture on a style of piny

The committee on con to ted treats had by of :\ICti r't. Dickerson t PauLsen, agent of valuable gods plundered {join the large ol: und Withcntpooii amid Binboe in Conjfrc which would at once show their hand unit

a nearly unanimous ,vote decided to report the Tow Beat Company took place yesterday store of Mr. J. O'Neal, of Wt ey, and sailed is, we will sing1 lone them the game."

in favor of admitting the Warmouth delegation gentlemen on the went tug CvntUution to the Ulackftsh and about Banks thirty to away to Pmt unknown Tie robbery was ixnucl the loud timbrel over l land and over Volittla. ./,

from Louisiana.The try their luck. They were eminently suc very heavy l'OfOlrilting< lew, dry g'jods, Ilea.J'h"vah Time grand jury of times! county, In their
lis>t of rules as made by the sub-coiu- cessful the trip resulting in the largest catch etc., and it Is to be hojx-d liat the pirates has conquered, Ids |-i-oj>le are free, presentment, say, "The county In In a very .
mitteee is said! to be nearly tin same as the of the season. Three thousand bhukfWi or wijl le caught before they an make way -The Union asks WJiat has (i about one hundred to each on board were done to benefit the Htate?" We will
ones adopted at the Cincinnati Convention caught.-mnrl4A. with their booty. Vigorous fforts for their ever enormous inflow of Immigration( and tin*,
of ';<*, the principal IIIints of difference being capture are being made 'lie navy yard answer this by asking this ..lu'tItlon'hat jail without a single inmate."
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that the record of votes by States of PatJlttTm'' PACCLTY have done wisely In steam launch Las gone up ie Hound, Cup- has he ever done to Injure the State, or to mar There are A number of good; '(penlngs fur
each State and Territory and the District of admitting the faults of their sewerage system taio llandlon and others hwe gone up r;>- his right to the suffrages of its citizens?- mechanics in thU county The trades acv .
Columbia shall be announced by the chairman and in suspending the college routine I cambia, BIackwat and Ka.: ,<'Usay and IHputy Tt l4JvulI4'41'u1rWl/ (t'uM/rer't paper.) I in
pretty well represented Orange City but
until the ? olden
evil U obviated In times
in such vote shall be divide" a Sheriff Palms has I'erdidubay Humors are current in Jacksonville that
and case any gone [ to ; least
college faculty would have committal such jver in one branch at blacksmithlng anti!
1 the chairman shall announce the later.-Handlon's sl -* been re the Radical Executive Committee in Wah- ''
trouble the but .
to care of Heaven, the si.- wagon making It strike us! Jli..f. there I U .,
number of votes cast for any candidate, or entitle spirit of the age has chanirwl! all that, covered and towed to the cty by the navy ington will contribute no money until ( JO. living fur at least one inure family.U .. The"" .

for or against any propx$tlon. If exct'ption ton.even-in AVuc' an orthodox York Herald.stronghold like Prince yard steam launch Belle of Voltry, Mr. ller- over an.1'ithepIlIMtU are pulled down. It also great need for a blacksmith at I...

: I III taken by any delegate to the correctii's -- _- -, ron command.. The sloon wait found off i. further ailed Jhat Gen. Han ford U to be i and-Ora qu t'ill"t'IIl...
of such announcement by the chair. THE admission of Whittaker, that he will China Tree Point nailing d wn the bay in ubfttituteil for Coiiurer In the event lie It E.
[ man of his delegation, then the president of write a book, apian to detract ranch from charge of Peter Schutz and uiegro IaBPIXU to the London />Ao, it is not ,
the public sympathy, heretofore his. A Oeorge Eli-.t, but Mat O. II. Lewe.. the l he.
i the conwntion hall direct the names of the at daybreak this morning dincovi-retl her the funny thingv therein the funniest b this
good many people have suddenly changed gal widow of the deceased lhIlOli4'I'Iat'r. who
I members of such delegation to be called,and their min*, and now believe he in a bogus adrift iu Eiicaiubia bay, nf'arpanoo.l'oint. same conglomeration called the Republican was the lady rwentlv 'married( to )Jr. (

|the result recorded in accordance with the i aljttndoned, with all sail *et- heels fast for rart-I'/lJM'ait. '... AH the |t"II| er were led a.trayon, this jwinr.; ,I
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.rUll XIJ" miiaiiT. 1. I bicart bus brought, such'rare gifts of beauty, ,, who worked for hits failed tu have a (com- brought him Hose to their side. No lad to repeat any tale again t the Serenissima I I

[Prime Uev. Robert Collycr. in a recent l If(o- Fricnd'Bright could not In- content to I petcnce. by the time when they could work would wli'lie. even, in his hearing, after he lie was: Mire of it. With, thiproviso..

tare in Now York ( the following serve now ; Jio vii looking, out for 1 chance no more, Haying/\ to himself! no doubt, if I had uffu .1 thl'll the "l.tilll. once or tWll'C.of I will now relate the legend as! I heard it
City, gives H> (employ and ('reatl. And.1'oU may feel lake ole they should, !lake one also; i i is fini'hin" the tune on (the ,Common, i whilst t I was quietly lolling in a Vcnctimutgomidola

interesting account of the life of the father pretty sure that when I 1.1' Iris it in him "imply, I'question of degrees. He "olhilot they f.,1 tr.111"t do. it ; nor would .

and mother of John Bright, perhaps the till do thin to /'I'lllllrl'l"/ (here arc those bear to see a man poorly. shod who had a tread grass, after he had offend It was toward the end of 1T(>0, when one I

greatest Englishman: : of our times :] Mimewhere, u lift Jacob crumb of deserving. f cannot bear tat to widen. the footpath, fora pair 11 night an English: kil 's messenger reached: I
tf'it his lift in Manchester! where few gentlemen ftI'r. and so I always give such men my if they would only make up Mcstre, wanting to cross over to ('lce. Sir
In traveling coM; )by north from Liverpool with money' and. brains had hecn ,( Friend Bright knew better, and; Ililll tll'l.4 how with. tlle.V wanted it. John Hawser-!such' was his namevty! li I I

on your, way in to the great centres of the woolen walhillA hill'II/.lil business with them struck the marrow of such giving; he wore Jii Frilnlilright" master!' in Hochdale, young, brave and very highly ( ,

trade Yorkshire and to the beautifulold fr 1'111111: tWI. factories IIIHI l 1"1 out his own and gave the time fellow a \ by of 1 tender and, gll.erl and us such, perhaps )lie had !been (hOl4l'l r I
f'itot' York, you strike a !sort of "black ytiirtcd in the (liochc., which isnow One who had to heart the to trilling h message -
; 'all'ff .pair poor neighbor gone toward those whom Jod l by ministry! ('onOI'olC; : I
hill" country, where by rMson of the cold, / so full of t'lil' 1111 l one of these was the dogs with drink, took a new !start and committed, in some sacred sense, to his trust to King George s representative in r I

the 1)1U99ont9linger! on the hawthorns faraway Waiting for Fri'I.1 Bright ; and so he hIt l't''lnlc a champion, of temperance; but, on And because! he durst be more than just-as that town. After a delay that WO\1el1cl'1,

into, summer; and. you may (nick, the tc an employer "I labor, and hit IMIM-n the plea that (lie ah oho! Ltd call'l UI\a\thevery the world about, him defined the term, the enormous to our modern express tram travclers I I

backbone last immroso there (I If the( year. It i is! the JJII in this worlil; : to spin honest cotton roots of his hair; got up a subscriptionfor Eternal }'ro\'ill'II'e was generous ; all a gondola was manned, his luggage I i
England: ( and on its 111'1111 a wig. He brought the paper to Friend l'orilJ all nobility except that which lies loaded in it, and at last it IJl'/an to p glide toward I

eastern !slope the starting point of those there were two to Friend Bright. The lallleupon it were those of \ tre manhood'. ,, lull ,gave him for son the city He jut before ,

fi. a dales while\ about! the. other :Sunday; evening bright-0.1'there are tf waOltll I ; 'I' $-of poor people. Take that money, back and/ the i.oblest commoner in England: dawn ; and after hurried breakfast |,:

( /\, on the western Mope" it is! the hill Conducting business The one was. that come: again," he said I ; .I will give thee And I have l'l'el11rwl' to this man's life, Sir John delivered his packet and began (x- I I Iploring J

A (country Laneanshiro, the most enterprising (they should come together each bent t on hi-* nothing now" The reformed l brother did for the lesson! it brings into the troubles and /\ the lanes and alleys of this incomprehensible '

and l progressive!! Shire in the kingdom\ own I Ilt'rl tl. hit, will no regard, I beyond, I as lie was hillelenn.1 t i got a l1rund-ncw wig contentions of our day, and.( the ]hint there I is town. ]Being tolerably proficient I (

t the Massachusetts\ ns one man say, as Manchester Ibis for the interests the other ; (conclude, from the 01 man, which lasted (him his! in it of I po ihleIolutoll! to some of these in the language, he soon found! his way t to

i h the Boston! In the glens which U sort of armed 1 truce which each side_ might life. }"' Bright had neighbor who troubles. I knol this i is not the the Piazza San Marco, and was duly astonished ,

the !streams' have cut through the. heart of break! at its! own (:on\ticlee, the employerfretting tried hard to live by farming ; but his whole same world Friend Brjght had to deal with i by its peculiar Then as now, '

mimeo hills, you find thousand: of factories: \' as much work as ('UI out of (each stock was a cow: und a donkey, and they when the (century came in, and (that thechasm the Piazza was the 1\"Pl'l. the city ; laws

t of cotton on the western slopo and woojen hand for the lens money lie will take ; the were pitiful sight, (11 grass was scarce on is far wider IJtwel'l Capital and Labor und edicts were p promulgated! in it ; sentences -

1 on the eastern,, 1\1I.lu swarming population employed giving the least on his part andjetting the fyke. One day, desperation, the ,donkey and the forces more equally matched; were pronounced from the balcony of I.
'I of the old h'ollIlIJrlt.l'rn/\ well type, wearing/\ ( the most, and each going hit way broke into Friend ell\l'r, and and I feel free to say I am glad of this, because the Ducal Palace; whilst! beggars\ !
shoes with wooden soles bound with I/ltII. I
when the work-II"I or factory closes fortlie the usual Job's niekscngerrau with the news. neither can be the slave of the other and others of similar caste gave it a j-
(. 1 iron, and very clever at their aye in a light: ; day. mil, mof"r each other "Now I think that i i'ct' sensible in the without the utmost peril all around But animation 1

r :, radical illllleirthillkillg'.r( olulI'llIlIlprollll't Hum if they lived in ('hill'l'wl all China. donkey," the Quaker "autlltunolligeilto while it is: another world.it is nut umiulherhnutunity Thoroughly enjoying the freedom of walking .

? in their action ; not so superstitious, as their This! was"one way. (' was that thee for thy good 1 turn ; but its thee goes We are about the same, butt after his long\joutChv coach! and gondola ,1

abide neighbors iu are who till the land\, and who Ihc mal with I great brain and the tine home will thee not l'nl at (tndsden's house thought better, as we all 11le'e, and t somore I Sir John indulged ) rambling, pro- I

dwellings; black with age on the powers: which lead,1 to fortune, should, nourish and tl.1 him to turn cow into my' clover lkl.h' to answer to humantouch 1'j cnsities to the full extent. Whist lie was i
upper reaches! of the hills n genuine regard for those who also! think her in milking ;
were it will help 11'1 ; wliI', so far as my observation doing r so crowd collected of the
.\1\I1.1I1'1t where this! land )begins under (him, as so brothers and. friend thee and the did he I
\ reaches
tvcytermibshi sees ; tan as was exactly where we strike one ) Naturally curious, mil hav
to billow from 1u'allalarl'
mealows( !le of poorer endowment'and: so win their re- bidden root of t the trouble l'l'I\'lel employers) and nothing else to do I, he hastened to the

wurm, sweet : and gardens\ you ).tlrcllfhe could in return ; count his fortune I the WIlel alit to complain (that their l'ltII'I"\ I ('ti speak only of my obser spot, elbowed his way to the center.

c, come to, town to which ;yoii\. are instantlyattracted ; \vjth the power to make it as! 1 trti-t to beheld were too fond of going' to the another city, and of nine years'experience By the red pillar of the balcony an usher
by one superb building./ It is ofthe I, in some fair nleasutre. for t those through tl1\'erl lie was given i to telling! a story of an as a workilglllan in Petill4yl.1 was reading out the sentence of unknown

Wonderful(motl li' ;order, ami and true to.it4l'1ailll! with Wh"t toil, as well as through his own, the inu Binary husband he heard of, once, VimOlyuti111imeiurnucryOfhis vuura,1ut that should be worth something; felon, with all the pompous sOle(11'(11-

a tower spire ngninstthe wealth and power are won And this was : wile, "C'umilesvhoamii and to me it amounts to this : that in proportion HO much in' favor in those' days.'.
!sombre sky, gleaming: with gold.! It is: n the way l.'rilll Bright tOll. at once, with to the childer an me until'the wife! hit on to the nlllcr of the employed, is 101110n' 'prisoner, just brought '
; town hall : .And as you are watcbin! this: inwonder tho c who came to work ', and of .home itS the
il flct"t\ u plan making so bright that inditrercnce of the employer to whatever some dark cell I, seemed scarcely to realizethe \
the ,guard\' calls: that! out this} town i is the with li'l"or neighbors and frklill' in the ('l'lll':!as,If there! fould he no such place on !lies out!ide the strict tl'rt1 of the bargain I Il'l'ne. as his 1' '('::01 unused now to the I, J;
you aware Ei MlVll the beside, unit now the man saw thisand have to hear ot such IZl'lt ;
Titus of the
l'arll yet men as Salt light the sun, vacantly) on excited ,
home of John' Bright\' the very noblest\ Englishman : "i'j; J.gentle: fril'tll, Martha WOOl, whom. 1lr'lt again to drink Then he and 1 Friend Bright\' and William and 1'obert mob that surrounded the low scaffold Ion ,\ .

t t') my mind, now on the earth ; Jacob tlrrh'lll, Bolton, became' the mother alwavs left out the moral, and the women' Chambers, in the splendid array of employers which he The
and I remember when I this thatdlndstone WL .standing. I'nlcl'I'I"I"I"ha'ing
say: of Ile\n. They were all born within the usually WOI the clay.t in these States. There is: mi more been read, the prisoner was tlkel

r hc is I, alive, and Tennyson und mentioned many a i space of Ilt'I'1'lItII, awl nil but one livedto I was a sore trmible'to' have the pigs in -hl'artl'llll1l in the world in the way J.cler.of away to the jail where) he wn*' to undergo '
idc whose
will he
man name 11
4 with mlhl \ ; Ill so the garden ; they got in from the common. and colleges: money for missions, the term of imprisonment to which he had.
pride in a thou-wii'd years.! mother was busy enough, be !sure,!, Friend, llright kei't: his but this homes for the
I you may !' temper; was sick, and just been condemned: ; and the crowd, the
That "simple, sturdy Ifwl'lIlnlC. standingamong with such u brood, and might well IUI'I lot to be of the gardener who ohecur so far as! I know, Blll'snll Ihurehtli'hit sight i being over, dispersed.This .
those trees theVlopu of'tlac hill, I is I'Xll'l't1 gradually
I ( from other ser in broke the back of
'on"I.It.lllcl''lf Ixl'mpt..1 1i one Bright so his peoph1 and made incident (' very trifling,
f John Bright's hou e. It is of two stories Dust
: only \ still l he serving II who could ill Martha's
a blossom have
IUlt ) poor woman sweetly, is of and Sir John would probably forgotten -
t I
but of a most ample breadth: (' I nail deep- other, while she II' I'I'IIO, duty or atlord the loss.: She did not go to a justice, tl't to be tot it .within week hud it not been for

nest' like its master. And. like its master, grace of the home. ,!'( hal'I..11 but right\' to the1'owner of thegarden.nndhudthu The hllll f4Jn\ is wanting-the kindly its strange consequences.I While pushingand
also l It !stands'! fair to the "sun' with the (
t thle days, born to a hard were animal in for evidence
Wl.t. lit 1111 brought "AnnJames which reaches out and wins the heart elbowing his way in the crowd it seems
est of all windows to drink in the 'lear"I'; rwiIJ11 1 ignorant and I base, : under the I ," he said., after hearing both sides, with\ the bund. It may be this is possi that some clever pick-pocket had: robbed.

c You would get the Impre"ioll'ltII.lf! ) things which hat come with "I have often warned: thee about those pigs; ble ; I think it hll'lot'heen fairly tried. "Somuch him of his lace hnllefc'llll'f. It is l'ltailh'
c it nnist be the home of a (lu\a'r-Ihrl': iv! the factories Martha got theyoung of thine; they trial to me for the of flesh "
WII'I IIl'l Ir'nt 11,1 pound we to the very unpleasant to be robbed even of a valueless -
such 1Itro lll-hrlll1l11'd say
t < Nlh'l'r-J.r\\'lnuk: about together twice week and 1 gave th11 due :Samuel, but Samuel should not have struck man il the forge or the mine "Not I so article ; but in this case the thief had
it it; while you would not envy'the Princewho and IOU'III illltruliol. It was all !she' could so hal'III" that; II /r he was in haste and in much, he nn then tries to tip thesellc obtained a valuable prize; !
t ] could not be content to live\ in home Wl'rll Illl'l'-lillell. thl'f'
i a I do as yet, means were limited I and wrath. Now oust kill the
1II' we poor thing, at is an armed truce ; was for Sir John Hawser additional sting
i so radiant with the bone-liku look. she had to keep the books for Jacob. Ilesides theesees, and he stall he cut in twain where it is kindly I loyal compact, in I, of having by an Italian. He

; Down in the town you f111.1IL simple old this, there was that steadyknitting/\ of stockings the break 1 is, and Samuel hal eat the end which each feels bound to the other h would have heel hel roll'l'l angry if it happenedin

l .niceting-housestnilhig quietly apart with I for her own and other Ilol'lc'l4ltlln'l he huts ruined, alit pay for it lt market price ; far deeper thll those on the paper )tCI London ; the pickpockets there were so'.
'l a grass plot in front and a few graves beau: which seems to be I part I of I and thl.,111 1 I take the other end home to tot "give! take," but "take take," clever that there was no shame in becomingtheir

t tifully' kept like a garden. This,is the meet :' votion. And n." she taught she raised, her thy 'hil1l'l. Jut tOW (thee must watchthose and the result is that we know /ll; thou victim ; but to been hu \'
hl\'e plundered
( 11I?-Lou"e where John' Bright) "sits on FintDay daughters. to teach. :She got the hands ; the 'uture, for they do try usvery all miles l101 lot begin to measure the clumsy Venetian was too much for his \
F with friends the silent "
Itt meeting for' "
; in the and needle into
together put a nuu im. distance
mi alter six in the equanimity, and he burst out in n torrent of
!silent' meetings, I urn told are the rule there their I and books, and lie met back to the mill in
tngl'rl 1 I I pen : 1 boy, timing ('evening by (this mcaMiremcnt of real human abuse
And John l'lllf)1Ior) never Ml'ak'X'l't! iy> their tine uses, and so on sore distress- of I /
,111'1,1 a one ( between '
mil and in but
built \\.luw' dllil. employer cur Speaking mostly mixing a
II1l'l'tllljS fur' business! nor is! it thought hi"! 'Olll'lrl lalln.
; ; lust t a capital school was: many-and said. does thee ployed. few anathemas
Iltlut English he
\h" speech, related
4'' ran speak to much purpose by some of loin> in connection with the factory) not to thy dimer? Who II
In,1 go i is
i llil4t'rIright finally, to blame? Who should his loss to a few bystanders, and seasadvised
own race, for when daughter; took one ut and no child tl'l..1 gointo the world iguurantturned ," the little cllow cried; .m\' brother take the employed cannot by them to complain to :

+J ", her sons to hear him at a great meeting III while the spindles l in the hands t of minutes ahiad ; there will be no dinner take it ; timecutptuvercalm. It rests with the or rather to those: officials who under the( ( i il'rellh.hnn

?+ I Birmingham, und there happened to hell Jacob Bright wh'J ll I get hune; he never leaves InyWhl'lI )great brain ; with the man who I is in his degree fulfilled l the present duties of
rough) I passage between two friends bcfoft' John was the oldest. of the ten who lived, he gets thatstart." He'I+ a delicate king who ( to this man and the police.. Though without faith in I
sub great
John rose to speak, the little fellow said, I b,<- and when he had\ come to his: first new lit child. and nccd better usage: ; so }Friend he goeth,mind to'UI that man and go he this plan he followed it, and gave notice to
thought these were far better speakers than) : of clothes and the mother was ( the Bright said, "TU'e with little 1'111
I crossing ; come I I', cometh. The human heart will still answer the authorities. He was by a 1
uS\l'll very
his grandfather; Ihl'11I1lll' the tire thvh Mi hll I on 1 to the human touch; and if you draw near that he need have no fear _
some purpose.l There John Bright goes 1 in poor woman, widow, with a child, best fot.t long I time Hen the tatlolli:1
I ulultthe ; mil gave\ run to those who work forl they willilraw near I\ld property! would. soon be restored "J n
worship, as: his father went before' him, whohelped same age, in rags. was sail story of of the tale i is now an old man to do ;
1 1 1.1 In.lltl'Ue you. lot want to stand in that man'sshoes to him. Flrld to be( with thi" vague
build the in I 0Y, TlioChurch 'ontl'll
to place she heart of Martha, in the but he
t.I.llntl thinks"minister"
11'lttltll tl ; who makes great fortune in this utter consolation, he his supper and I Ibed. ,
Al of England.; Charles thl':4I'I'OIlIIIll": : ', 1
1 thee 'Oll home with saved his lifj.He indifference to those whom he employs, '
t (N the only church for n l'lIth'mlllhilt; It me, and we will see what ( be done." had 1 lis own ideas about I
'tl a religious and then Il'u\'cI hundred} thousand Fo three or four days afterward he continucd -
4 t.. I may be John Bright never Ill'nl'.lor the sujfing -, What was done? First of all this,-John life, and}, a (launch Friend hhmet did 1 not to build churches. Better spend it d.lur visiting the principal monument and ,

1 or does not think CharherisguodnuthIr Bright was!trill'I'llof' his brand-new suit and care to make proselytes ; it ,\' for thousand gracious ways among these nearest I- churches but without further I J

k ity, or dot not mind whether such men (is the ragged in it from top to toe, him to knol that those about him wantedto while you live, for this last would touch information about his lace receiving any 1
diaries say he is gentleman or ant Hestands Then Jacob was told he must Find work for build of meeting-house and halllkcrllllf
aIrort the nerve which is HO pained by these have said that Sir John und
f periietual
: by the old deep) heart of ieiqm''' ; the family in the factory and as Friends, I then he hand to help The young
with ). WIt 0' thI jars between Capital tahor This brave ; consequence he wo*
1. I and the best! fighter in England: bntiu 1 al hlllcuoU' (.
1 ) their wives Lancashire
hdil'It''I'r l'rW'1 they were people ( t and Yorkshire run looks toward l'Olllnill like that of the und fiery ; whilst being\' born mil
and tongue, loves nothing better thau 1 the into the of the brothers; greatly to dl son t tits l in their The
tukt fl'llr01' ; Ilture Master and would f go fur to stay that of the free-th n ikill,,, fn('-. pl'akllLl'oultr\' he was
silence.Jacob. grew to be manager under the fosteringcare old them. A of his and )
I jI'ltll'liIIIJaek'l body devil his which
angels, smites our life very apt to his as "hl''ame '
the father If John l lu express
t Bright ( came thoujht
of the family, anil a great\ man in thetown neighbors mule a break from the Methodist: with perpetual unrest,.and may, some day, ( to his mind and;
this townof Hochdale about 17W u youngman \ while the old, man was still living He (Chapel atldsetup for themselves must
lull end in vast devastation. This is a dumb, without fear. !It I is not surprisingtiuerefure,
of twenty-one. His father and mottvr used to l boast that he set out in life have 1
meeting-house. the committee
wearing blind which labor makes that night under the arcades of the
I \hl'l one Pru-
hint! protest against
1 died when he was still U (child and left John Bright'* new !!lit of clothes. came to see bint he not make
lnt up such of climatic while his loss
'' ; a spirit as this an relating to a few
'l 'I alone on the earth ; but they were nu-mlWrrs/ Nor was Jacob apt to lag behind his mind what vould bo fair He had for. man can do who is likeminded.LA ) jo friends, he should, have said what bethought
; of tho .Society* of Friends, and till'nre liU the )good wife in such tender and thoughtful how he hid used the rest of the builders ot the
gotl vaunted secret police of Venice.
I \ m tll such children in Jod's stead.; 'fli.Llllow ?\' When the close I They
ways cure factory winter nights, chapels. They told hint ; then bethought were, he said I, u lot of stupid fools
child of their kind to be f ttherlt'i : very
and the children hud to pick their way home this war when he was not so well and
to hide
} and motherless, so far as' they can see to through the dark lanes, there was Jacob at able as now, so he doubled his all other capitals have gradually their pompous ignorance very and stately capacity; trying under j
I them And so they sent the little fclluwacrass the gates with U lantern, putting NI many tion, and tl'n.f. all things und are increasing every day in high-sounding phrases but, the meanest very
Incrt'ul ;
-: / the wild hills, to our side. first; to bet in of each
trusty man to them thanked( heartily for Venice
charge surrounded
"I'C th1 wry taking thf by its London detective was worth the whole lot of
: educated one of their )great schools, und home. And he went and down his trouble to call him.
1 us up ill But he would give inland sea, utule1 several centuril'l ago its them. As to the Secret he did not
i then to learn the art of weaving, with \\\\c\\ mill, if he heard u child cough, out came acertain nothing under(' lpu1iol The State church present size shape.. The Piazza San believe .existed at all Counci did it I
; wa
i s of that craft who war also' \land farmer *Uid confection Mo\'eri'rl fora cough, and hail the power (U compel} hint to pay a rate Marco has been since then itsForuut; successive no better than the rest. i

could turn you out on the when your very good to take ; and this was administered or levy on his foods.. Not a |enny would )generations have daily repaired to it Ah, Sir John I if need must
speak so
check grew |palo und your chest hollow, stud with no "lurhl.t.) on the spot.. How many Friend Bright lay on these terms ; and so in quest of news, of luluhino or of friends, irreverently of the you
so take care that the craft did I not devour the little the cough for the sake for many years the parson would assist in and continue to walk under its arcades, to not use own language Selnltllltl.? why dil you
man, as! it does now so fast In towns (ikeLawrence of the it would do Why you
l'nfcctiol, nut to inquire getting out the warrants the officers would cross and recross it in every direction, as express your rash thoughts in Italian ? "Did I
I : i. here and Lancashire! I over there.( and hero my chronicle is silent. I ('UI only invade the ri'and take any goods they long as the Duomo und the Procuratic you not know that the have

P" The result of this blended life of the lAiul guess by a tradition that in older than Jl l'ullay on. nut it was all no it round, as b long u the golden angel wal, and that every stone of V'wuls'i ?ears,

\ and the loom was a tine sturdy youth, who, memory, in my OWl,family, how I nice Hrght stood by his testimony ; Mark's Tower shines far above the silent lib friends, astonished by this sudden out. 'r '

when he was free, set out tit seek his fortune, lady! being much disturbed at I cough of the whole thing was wrong.' city Its glory and iU rawer hal disappeared burst, attributed. it at first to those

with ir fair education' I a level head /41\11 mine, must 1t'1.1' follow Friend Brght'sexample I steady testimony of the Friends. And t>o, ; the Queen of the Seas i U now on glasses of vino santo they had been Itt
( kindly heart us the sequel shows, a strung\ then whenever I saw her after through. such drinking
; suffering, Englandgave a town. But however (al
) resolution to rise in the world" and abmit a that the greatly 11111rvlncal r together: but knowing full well the jealouscare
cough came( i up ut list for very shame. One of or commercial the
: Crm Sereniasima had for its
dollar in money. But those who hear me It was the custom within Ill)' day for theoverseer the men l'meto him; he was to stand for view Venice has still and will pint hae they instantly shrank from him reputation front ,

t can hardly imagine what it was: for such a to carry a strap-a length of leatherlike Parliament, and would fain have the oldgentleman I peculiar thrilling interest. Every stone as L
youth to curve his way to a good place (bud that which und this dangerous lan Availing thcm'elvc of
.. c harhl'r use ; WW on tlde. He could not support had it own legacy of romance; every dark \ .
t 1 u fair fortune He begun his life us u journeyman laid well und emphasis acrsot theahotlderS htm but dsdained to rip up the old gate haunby It familiar ghost ; dark opprunite down they side disappearedround
weaver ut six shilling a week ((11\dollar of child who did trouble In evt'r al's;
.Ii any not keen up wltici the man had only done recess, every cranny) whispers iu old vlrll and soon Sir John found himself .
and a half of our money) for l xU/ing" with the rest; and many a time I have been his duty under lie law. So he simply said: Itor)'. .er| At least he

food clothing, b lnx ks and ,whatever bcvdde so Muitten. .No strap ere"friend! Bright I Thou art a very neighbr, and kind The official annals of the Most Serene silent figure (had been 8 thought him; but I
he wantt'll.Itll this in the dear times_ J'K following for
was said No dogging-only moral suasion ; to the poor Me rlnnot SIr thee out of Venetian republic contain innumerable instances some time and !
was now and stealth
of the o4! Still there )has' eagerly
French war. and the moral suasion lay in another our town ; I ceittot )give thee my tote" of Il''I'arrests, secret trials,followed ily dogging him. So it
t hardly been any way discovered of keeping/ .Friend" who was very clever at luch work. Now the primer conclusion to the career almost always by still executions noiselessly' carefully that for WllkO so 1

I a young man down who can write the three They' would marry these )young folks when of this Quixoti.Quaker would be to break ; but besides lor, many beret terrible Sir John did I ttelle.l. this unwelcome a sha\

CVs at tile end of his nJ\ml"-'oUr.Lge.; \ \- their time came; there was no defence in the and |>ay nothing at al in the pound ; t find drama has taken place within I the stone dow, and even when he did he attached
city and l'UllIlud.n.t si' Friend Height against that But Friend heart hurl! the nether no
ludllnc his us walls of the State Cvhvenientlysituated
Urgh mibtne. importance to it, But at last he
rose, through the threefold' quality, 111\1'l in Ducal began to
. wuuhllY: "Thee Lt a married man ; through l>eingptrpetually taken thoe under the Palace und with feel some doubts this follower.
no long time became bookkeeper to this
of his old master, who had come into this: lor. He might be worth no more than i children a finel.gacy of scorn and contempt these \el-as they called on ac- Completely h.sed rm in apforanre.

region started u ral'tontimnt the }'germt' young bachelor who WW working ut his for the working: classes, caught through his runt >wer very seldom gave with a wraJ\) and a (

man driving away ut tile' loom, und had side; but the kindly heart was aware of a steady fllid. talk of their treachery and up a victim except as a write Silent and of his face the concealing the

come to the conclusion, that the trash\ apprentice time when all the way)' round I, Bolton was I'l''ll But the truth i is he grew rich, tome* lark as the grave.'they were a fit instrument upiier been part man would not
of the old days'was: the nijiu to the only way to }llochdale.. ) J"IitufIU the Gradgrinds in Lancashire for a stern and tribunal. havt was I recognized the by own brother.

have about him In the hew Friend Jacob also had u school for boys,as m"lit laugh at him ; so that in The severity of the 1)'stero(1 Ten. the followed only, and the peculiar way in which }he .

So thought his quiet Quaker sister ulna, us Martha hud one fur the girls. Hut it seemed time he had 400A1 spindles whirling in four with which it reached both 'high availed himself ability with which he
win of
it seeing ; so there was' in time u rte 1iiig, to him that nook and corner, ,
u pity they should have no great factonestnd a great host of peoyle the )' of its that implied ever
uii4 then the great woo of death for tolW was Ch111'C to ,play, lifter the lUIj.t hours of work; working for hat: who looked on him as a and of its sentences secrecy, nuturnal61ting still I but somewhat. f J

taken and he was left. und so he kept 1 man to give them ll'ltt father und a briber; and his great son was ing of awe, that has not yet comjletdy dis i'earle pursued his annoyed, Sir I
I But it seems Jacob Bright found what in the hours during which he j lol., thl'l forworking. able to say, maw: ago that with one appeared. that way through thtmaze ofalleys '\
we' all nail, that after our faith in < od. It was u rl'at'I'akll. this slight exception" there had never been a the front the piazza to his temporary .

there i Ii no surer help for our sorrow tl)>;Ui to beautiful strong love for children.! In the break or a jar Ittween the family of which AmolWt Illrrda.'th'rar of the luaus Secret home. Determined to try to throw fn'hil

do what our hands find to do with our man who !hal lfeH'1 of his own. So, when hU father was tll and their great host / i hele\'c who eitenc expert| to nwke the companion he quickened his
S.J the In'rcavi-d itoodsteadily hea. Cuncl. reappearsnue step next turning, u glance back
t might.. young man the factory hall.L wanted theyhexer in fifty-*even } strikes, nor break ; abstain from
L Iwliby. ) showed
1 that
tht'lflI any it
ut his post with the quiet iUWurd\ went \ tn a.k 011'. but I gent of machinery nor burning of mills nothing direct allusion to it, mentioning it, only time reached the was Ponte no us San la\'ing by thU

burrow for his mate which was to I pasa Away i sent deputation of t1e 1111 folks, and then I but j> 'f. and good for allot when absolutely necessary, by the ; the innumerable one of
in koine tl *e 'years and give place W another I there was no lor The little (viI j jI I two generations] These ,wi hll'ught h'U of La Serenist-iuia. We smile vague at bridges that cru.. the minor y
joy It was Jal'h'>" business iv&>\t.git I led hint captive ut their will Nor t} a certain tt rit tin they were Friend this childish fear; but it may clearly( (canals tu what Venke-.he his 1 U'I'11 on its

to Manchester; he wa thu managvf und I Friend llright draw the line at thl'\'hiJI'l'1; j ji nri ht'l hands Und rp, hiring the hands the terror it must have IlW"t'I' fol steps toni--hfcd) see shadow do. .ts-

t right-hand man. But the,way homey fromMaJicUestcr i I hl was iltl t111 the wh.,Ie he had then i their hearts 'ami lowing that ,was 'whispt-red to at frt by this new ruse, the man ;.

via Uoluu U by the bW and !, \ho were him. and aw' to their wcl- their live*. TIw.sweet little n'ntur tn\1oLla short Ileud.ago by an old 1l will a hCittCl a but a second. only I and 7

t ; not the string. Friends 1..il. i fare us he saw \ened out in a noble .du>ol, show tme what means Kuoler. obtained. disappeared in the shadow of the
hud their turn, until! it I tb. ut Wa chuh. Our hero vainly strained his eye f
I think they bicknessoroKlugeovcrtooku! when .hc p>nc to her rest The book Though I ())) the accuracy find '
out !in due time that there was to W UM addition mut who had thriven well but l hest the she would bring had grown to a tine of every detail, no doubt in trying to out whether ho ht.1 really -

; to the membership **f the Meetingfurs had nothing tu dei*>nd on, I he baUle'1 for the work ople ; the generous Hblr my mind &to its tbere.l, the gone the columns, or whether and he was only 1dlg behind

FrieuJ Martha also wa a Quaker, &ut beautiful bioned handsomely'fur life. Hut .'rienl llright paid (hail gone to the right grandfather"my informant LUU the began to feel an intense watching '

even among tbow. tu u quiet so generous in hU, aymcnU i that wr The ten.\ kindly human way had time it occurred, and would out have dar chase, in which he seemed intert to h in the this game new


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4 f.1yk seen' the lat of his silent friend he decideon tie*. It l'I1.1''Ill\t last ; and with a scene ofrelief OK TIIK ,1.1CKVnsvtt.t.E, Ft.v., Marth 1 1(1, t!<7t>.
? c and t :Sir John !Mrainod his senses to see, t tCl< TttE New York KrrHiny; lsr. in its notice" alter this date( Trains this Ituad
; continuing his way home, was 1 ju-: i tliat or' ( ": T 1NP1AT1SAN 1 On and on
tin- holders
', going to move when a cloak wa* thrl"nUH't I hear what would (follow" of tdng! 11lwll.: says \T1.\ TH.nl.l.I'1 will! run a* follows :
Aftir short! who Mt Itt) bond of of ( icorgi.i I'al have theft'nsleenn'u l :1.10.\
u panthe judge i : :
'ti' t him. his whilst hC'wlnl\.1 several chest strong completely arms 1'lItwlI1l'tltllC'I11'l'ln' gaggin; theet'Ilti'rof the tah1e: .-.t..o.lII''and 1 address, : at par. to the amount of $::\t5 mon Pl'.NlNsn.Alt 11\) PAY 1.\"I.Sn-: : ( KMKIT :I. I\\T.)
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: .1LL round his l),>dy\ and C'1i'I.tllnlh'l'iniolll'll him in these term"You: have heard tin I, presentation) at the State Treasury I or I 11 ( U'rn Ir'rl.' ) Lcavo Jacksonville ..... ...... ::::.A. Si.
x him. Heforo ho could recover hiCenses .. evidence against) you, now fu1ln110( am New fork at the !Park National !Rink. .\ \ licave: Haldwin ............... UI.t!1 : 1 M.
1 a Voice whi pcred in Italian in Ir" hl'lr'nllr: sentence" I This i notice is )!:h'I'1 in pitrsuanieit'tilt onle.f ('{')( mm.H: llorTK.In Lcavo l-mike I'Ity ................11a::: .\, M.
"\\.lIl\rc prisoner of the Sercnissimaresistance : ; No' cross examination, no defence wa. I the (lovernor of the State, issued at tin' Leave Live Oak..........:. ..... ll I 11, \: M.
car! i is of no use" allowed by the laws of this 1''lIIl1'il. 1'Wmtogether : suggestion of the Treasurer of tlioStatc.whireinirts ) llflt-ct; r 1runjv 1>t. IS,vm1, Arrive -\"alll:1:: .....,...... /: 1.'r. M.

,' a Kven: after these! words: (the import "f a's: if moved\ by.i !single mind, tin' I that !he has on 11111I.IMI) beyomwhat Ix-avo 1\aln\h: ....,..... ..... V:II.M.> .

which- he dimlv guessed: :Sir JollII1111,1 funeral procession followed it* leader:\ tonal I inecessary to Iltl' l'rilllnf :It (11\. SOI'Tll. Leave 1 : Live Oak....'............ 5:55 r. M.
'. ',\ .": have tried to t strike. one blow at least for hi:, loft the Hall by the door' through: whidi :-ir interest! of iiiunit '01- 11'11tlltH.. ta? .I 15 t'. M.. IA-UVO" Uiko City ........ ...... 5.;<\M'' '"1.

; '1 life or for his liberty ; but the cloak in! wine John\ had entered it. Again through tin lug year. 1"1\1' lll'UI. (in! ..... T.l"" I'. ;1 Loa\e H'lllh\n' ...........,...-. 7.n5; I IM..
0'X: } ;, he had been 1 was ! .\. MArrhe Arrive C 1" 11 I' ...... ... SU:\ p. "1.

h it.p\ and o securely hastened; \ that he could n\lt narrow' steps! : silently i and noiselessly! I hap'everybody does not know that nude Fernandina, Fl.i..........10.13 .\. MI.l'ave ) 1 F.XPUKSS. : \ (').ttty.)
move a muscle nor utter a cry. Th"ft'.1... they glided, like ghost: returning: to (lieu?! the postal laws, if ynuslsl wrapper FIrlllltll.............,10.JM .t. M, II.XH .
,:j f/i.. ; no help l for itf and ho doggedly awaited hifate. .. graves' :Surrounded: by his guard): : :-If'' or you can Iota:11:1\,1'11\ lt Arri\e Hal.lwil. 111............. l.i' I'. M. heave .1.klnl\ ...:.......... 5u: ? r. M.
' ;yy ) t followed immedia'tclv after the !h:I..t I l'I1I'lope I House............ liI.: ) I'. am. .
:: n' The voices round him seemed to hlll.l John its yore \ the "hl'1 (HI'*- U-axe I hall %'in for. ... M 1:1'l' 'hiI'
lt .
10t'Ilhl'I' .Jol.lh 1\11' : 7:00
all the time what ..... .. :
and then they lifted bin of the judiri's, wondering .. IA'\'l' tallwln. 11'.1.Ll'l"c
: ; .". a short conference, tal cards! were \\ eriinstructtsl Arri\e Jm'kst'tn' : ) u.heave .
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.3,1. .
Iolllt. : 7:25
: fie' from the ground and carrying aim a :shut was! to be his fate.'hets they had l rl'whl'tlIm t such as sp0ilra'hetirc 11'11'11. .. .. .. : f. M.Lcao
' distance deiMsited him in what hu felt to h \','!>t floor IIfthl' huit.1illltl) were nearing tl rl'tl'1 rate if four'H'II'cent 1Iliwil I for Cedar Key. '1..1 r. M. $.llil'r"I................ :f<;.o7 )I.
;, t \try; / a gondola.: The journey was not long, than Lgln again; : the loathsome-cell from\ which In' for lt tll' cents in f.uealue il o Arrive Junction 1' \It 1)) (. r. M. Leave Olustce................. Nt'l: : \'. M.
'If ,)r him it seemed and 1'1'MOon throcking had so lately been taken the cortege! Ilh'lth..tantl Itul,1( l''l'n' cards iiprinting Male'ahdu. l.3 0 r. ac.Arrivelhaiime .. Leave Mt. (.lrrl'............... !last: ; r. M.
to an age the Many jnistal are !spoiled
::1'{ ( 1111" ft.17 u.re'act' .. .... Ji.:\ I'. ii.Leave .
with ville r. Make
'. motion ceeased. They evidently l hat I Sir.Tohn:: was brought! face to face othersin direction, white man; Arrive .. .... \I
\ reached their destination .\ few second the senior Judge. primiteleanyareiinm'I) unused. 'fhcsecluiall OII1I\'ill,. .>.'w) iM o Live i Oak.............. :I1'1'11 ;, .\. M.
: Serensima? Arrive !O.: a> r. M. (. ..... 7tM1.1.; M.
; more and he was landed in thosamo untie You have insulted: the ; ybihave exchanged at t the fate : \ '1111111\:11. ... ...
..4i; ;- monious manner. denied its power of punishing; crime\ lt ): Im'ltlllt'lt110tl'IIU' Train to Jacksonville and North of Hald: Arrive ..................10:4 l<>:-,, .\. si.I

After depriving111111 of his !'wol'll1111 !sccuring hN'lllI'011 have been rutted! of a paltrjhandkerchief who ImVibe knowledge 1 In' win daily. Arrive Savannah.............. ".t,>0 .\. M.l .
' \ :' .p.# his handhis captors released bin ) and it had not been inline:. eating slate-pencils and other brain foot'l JiOIXd X011T1I. I..I1.lnllh ................ .1:11':: M.

t# ."{ from the folds ot the mantle in which hI' diatelv\ found and given back to \011. Nov will be pleased to learn that the f.rllHr unmade 1 Leave Cedar: Key. .li.\1 IAMIVC .Albany ................. -IMII'; ) ;1.
!had, been almost choked. He found himself look !Ii' AS! he saul: these last words, tin' in ('llllnltlollt of suet'-tlat\ ) is t tt<) Arrive (iainesvi'llc. -. .\. M. 1l'1Tllnhn!<:
\ : i ,;' in a very small passage dimly lightci masked:; judge stepped on one side and directed 1:1 soap-Mono.. gru mat into flour. leave tainesville.. H.M) .t. M. 1.'I\'l' .............. ::1;, .\. ii.I 1.I. 1.
,\:r I and intensely damp.: The low cc'iling, the Sir John'sgae to darker corner of hlilel'I"lt into tanks with l'I'rtail chcmj. Arrive Waldo ( P. U. U. June.). !1.-11( A. M. I I."' e I bike City ............. ;rt.5o. : A. M.

t 1: ? '; strong stone walls the massive: iron door! the dark ,':m1*sage. There, hanging again ': When nnluccd to }'I1'hit i iis Leave \11.10.................... l.r) .\. M. UuivoMt.. l.lrne................ 1:18: l AIicavcOlustcc .vt.M..
." j t. .t' that lined it, reminded him at once of all hhad the wall, the rope that encircled his neck i moulded into sl/.obv I being forced throng! Arrive lUldwin. : I'. uLeave 1 ................. --1: A. .
I. heard and read about the state prison: disappearing!" through the stone! was tincorpse a round hole rolled an easy decline. Il'n"c Sanderson.................5:20: ,1. M.
) Jacksonville Uoutc.U.l."i \ M
('.j of Venice, and his heart sank within him. of a man.Entranced cut to length placed between 1'11..tlf r\\H .( ) P2.: 0 M. Parhyville) .............. 5:55: .\. M.lAaveHaldwin .
r Without however giving: him much tim by this ! for reflection, or asking; him any questionhis perhaps, he also was to be hanged In tin' Then they are put Into 1 flr. Leave 1 : Haldwin. .. ... ..:....:....12.40- 'M. I eave White House I [ : ........... 7(1) A. ;1.
rt captors opened one of the cells, thru same manner by an unseen: hand, Sir Join\ '''hl'l tll'11.1' Ilkl'1 out Arrive Fcrnandi.'ia: ..::1,40 1'. M. Arrive Jal'kMol\ilc............. 7r: ) .\. M.
"' t him in, and bolted the door. I A-ft alone ii felt rooted to (the spot.' and !hlrlenClt. they are )' to cop;' 11\\1 Fernandina..'. :t.i r. M. On Mall and Kxpros-s: Train I'pln11"

"ft t the most:: absolute! darkness, our fril'ndM After n short silence the judge continued : l'XII\'le\ 1 key, roll curls on or cat. \l' Hrnnswick. $.IIII.) MIcave run through to and from .IlwkII11 IIltl
'" J groped about as well as his tied hands wouli This man was the thief in his right ham t'corl to the fancy of the purchaser. )11'11.......... 8.40 A. M. Savannah ; also, Lucas 'I ung ,! run

.. 1" allow him until he found stone bench' nn you will find your handkerchief. Take itAs A ,'.' hearing the name of Track Indicator Arrive .\lllIltl. (Imo. 1.15 I*. M.. through;.11 to ami frol Jacksonville alt Tal
for WI.ought: not perhaps to be si 1 Trains to Cedar Key and South of Hald
unmanneiby you lahassee.FKUNANP1NA.
which ne dropped 1 completely tills city this morning!!. i Il ,
1\-:" the novelty and the horror of his pus!- lenient; but in consideration of hold your in youth' ,, run Irrln.111 over the It'ln'I'oll Kailroad frmIhlllll'lphll I win daily except Sunday.PKNINSULAU; KXPUKSS: (Pvti.v.)
l1rl'Olllltn' \
and of the high position
'" t tion. ii' we will overlook your fault Yon to lt stated period, I : 1tlltOAH. I i'L'tt\'(' Jacksonville..............11:15: .\. M.
4 He had heard of prisoners being kept of the track. A' I "
'se.: the state prisons for months, even for years. are forgiven Outside! this gate a gondoh/ inside lt the similar tu the t wheein ( Jlu lt, /";.) Arrive Haldwin................. 12'U:: ) i>. M.
I without light with jut enough of tin waits for you ; it will take you to Mcstre. cylinder fc paper wit h UOIXU HOl'TII. Arrive Fernandina............ :kit:- t.. :I.
h \
.' t coarsest! food to keep them alive, and with and thence youwill' be eonveved to the 1 telegraph UICl', the 1'0111'1'\11 track aril i ithere If heaveVnhthi .lllIlill........... f.N.1.M( ( ) IA'tiVCFeruundina.. .............10..0;:: ) ,\. si.Leavo .

'I"\' out the shadow of judgment.. Others hUll frontier. (Jol; I lint remember always: what wheels) I deviation nhl-fnirn the regular Leave I[lwl ................ ;.-0 A. M. Haldwin.................. 1:20: I'. 1.rrh'c
11t11'l'lltw"'I'n . : r. M.
( been tried and executed within these dart yon have seen to-night. 1II' the tracks, such i III \. Arrive Ix I.>chh>o!ii. .8.10 A. M.Inl:1 Jacksonville ... ... :::1
walls, and their friends! outside had liovc Seizing with a trembling hand the Ian' on the |mpcr rf'gu inside NOUTII.Uave Passengers for Fornandina and Cedar Il'\

I\ known their fate. Was he too, going to disappear '- handkerchief' that had been the cauc of st matII, thus mlllfl'1't doing away with hllllrl'tl iUlltn IIf L .( ) \. M. take this train. No train from ; I
..J without struggle from this world much trouble, Sir John wanted to speakwanted ,, used .. .10.45 Cedar on llr. '
n miles of inspection on fin it, which tn Leave Hawthorne... .... A.11. Key lIlt
Was his! body: going to be dropped into tin to thank his unknown judge): but.,, be the onlv way to indirtite when the Irl'k Arrive Waldo Junction........12.15 .r. MTrainsfrom fllNtX'II'J.1Ihlwill with A., (I. &
Canal grande?" Or was he to linger in hii: before lie could recover his voice the phantoms : was out of f m 'ldllI.Ant Waldo I IA ochloosa and retortTuestiay'fhursday \\ . ., Uaincsvillo
't cell until his: youth his strength and perhaps had disappeared: i and two jailers! were< ol'llr.-X'w-JfIIII'ilk ] and Sturday.l'ONNl'fl(1Ns anti 11'Oillt North and l

; 1 his mind were gone,to be rell'\etlonly! l by his side. ithout a word, anlnpparently! :,\ ASH DEITI OF TIIK (IUK\T J'Ktt. 'I. West 1'\1111111111.111; lt 1.lkl' 11111111"1'1'\ _\I"IIHI"llllhII.1 \
)'. a wreck of his: former self as: a warning to without an effort, these two inch opened' i n The latest measurements of our fl.-oh: all point North and West ;

: \' others? There are many in Venice, I'uort secret door lending to the ('unlll. and hcl\\.t\\ \ I'I'1It'as f"lowt: "Tlugreatest l length If ATI.T.'lo'I'I'olll'Itilll" .\. at Jacksonville with Johns River :Steamers.
.\. shattered! beings! heart-broken, half-cra/.ed. the now liberated man into u : \ akc Superior &'W Miles; its grcatesbreadth t ( malls it) .\111111.0) fa.. !. J.t H.
\ shunned! by everybody, who had once been was moored to the steps\ and in the fllrl'pnrt1nr is: IliO miles ; m&m depth ti. the leaders of fashion, uft science, of politics' his: Luggage No word was said, no ordeigiven feet ; ariaB2INImt.l11arenliles< :\ : Superintendent.JACKSONVILLE. 'rIII.
its until an anonymous note dropped' into tin' I : the two gondoliers seemed to know The greatest! .
( Lilln'lIlIIouth had caused their arrest, am I their tf\lit)', and they t I their triullcs-s detention the undergrounior from the ''talace: in which\ :Sir: John had I'elltthat depth, tN< ) feet't ) rIht: ; nrl'l. Mobile and New Orleans.AT ': J
'. rather underwater-prisons of the Se- i dreadful night At Mestre coach wn 23.NNJstnart'tntle.: ( Tho greatest length of \
t i rciiissima.: waiting for him. In a few hours! the frontier. Lake Huron is LW) ) mile;its greatest: breadth KKU\\NtXV: : H.\, MAHTKII: 'U.\lI'OU.tTltS'j Omci, J J

Hut then, who could have dcnouncci was crossed. Then only did he I begin ti IfIIII.(!! :; mean depth, (Mi I feet : (. '"uliol. "..ihI'W YOlk and, Fernandina: : Steamship TALT.VHASSKK, FJ.t February: lsro. J
him 'f"ho could have an interest in destroying hrl'atllt'fn'l'IHilt for 'a long, t time afterward ; area, IIMMI, ) svinare toilet TIl New York on "'I'tlll'Ilult On and after ) OltlYt: February 2, 1810,
avoided; atlu*inn to his "'('II'tl:1I1IIlln'lItlll'l' : :i : Lake'Krio' 1 is iVi miles 111 York Frldav trains of will run follows -
him in thN cowardly: the people he know were above suspicion ; ; tutu tir many years! he I'oultlnot greatest lt'llllllJhtrlil.!< ; Il':1: depth, : I p. in.; from X:1olll..1',011 Wcilnosd.iv ( \lt:

: t and yet even the HerrlllJ'll'liuU"Uulcl noi bear to speak of it.Naw'the'vrenissinia. l hl'.folr ; .Vtf (feet ; Ut'l. ;! for XUllllt N. .1..01'l't Ill'l't lay. PASSKNdKU: ; 11-1.11'1': BltSn.)
1 l'' have arrested Englishman: \ a king'IIIl'II' : : is gonethce'lishart; )):; I! : With (l'urjialltl Flolicll 1111111 t'UII'lout Chattahoochcv..daily ut... : ) 31.

!scngcr, without some good reason In that been sacked by an infuriated mob, and innumerable l I4Ike ( ruanltariotislsnumil's\ \sHgreatcstbrcadtl, Co. frtl :\llluh 111'11'I'll.1..11' 11'1\1, tllliney.1....-..... .... :> 22i'. I
I dreadful silence, broken only I by the I\uil't tourists: visit the hall where tin' sixty-live miles ; IICllllllfllh. SIN' (Vet ; elevation day Friday, and, t11.lay; 11'.I\h 111 Ll'I\\'llllul II.l.......... .... U (MIl'. M.M..
splashing of the water on tho stone; \ Secret Councils held iti nightly: sittings; bin hill ; 111'1, ( > 1 I It':. Th Tuesday; Friday foutil'I.IC........ .... 710 r. M.M.I. !
I which ho was iinpri.--oned.liis memory wa1particularly even now I enntiIlTulin. relieved l wlll'n length of all five is 1, 15.) miles, covering 111 With Charleston Steamers( (.'. ./,/m'.t am Il'I\\1 Orl.I.I\IIIC.I ...... .... M.'i.Si': M.M.. t
vivid and recalled I to his mini! 1 have left behind ule\'cniceitsdark canal)*! area: upward ot l.W.dH: ( ) :(squaiv lilI.-T/,1 City faint'ruin) / :1I'llllhll Charlcstoi: Il'I\1)((1.1"01........... ..... 0 211>. si. ,",
" 11' ''F all Jho incidents: of his stay. At last ho remcmhered and the darker memories that cling! to them, Xew YOIK a"J1K.III:4 /. "'I'CIII'tlu111 llclav ; \ : :ltl Leave Olk.......... ... 2 15 A. M.

those few hot foolish words hi (J7uai1'rtrue!. .\ OH .\ Little Hm-k, Charh'-oIOi: Moiidav am) Friday.WilhStiamcr .'rrh.l.llvllllh......... ... (1ii'( :I. .
I had Used that very night ; they, and they : .\st.\-TII ", ; /7"r alone, l'oul.l1e the cause: of his present con HROTHKU: fi( .\unxr.u ox" ASTUOXOMV.- Iar'nun Arkansas, a"zrl s.iys : Thl 'I"i"l of 1:4 ( (!u., 11t semi-vvcckly)to and !fron .\Ibal\: ............ ....11:5M..
dition. This however brought no relief;; a member present began Hrothcr ("lard- regards pllll'r'lfIIH'lltion' Ill' St. Mary's( I.uidings.AT Airivo Tike 'ity.......... .... :\ : i I.
his behind name has aw .
I it exaggerated only his fearsamid his despoililency : 1'rt as his ho back rose up in "liar arms est..Soule tillll'lIg', an article appeared ill 11'1.111iN I KI.A.., Arrive Haldwin......... ... 1)A. at..IrrituJmicksOnville 1.
stately ,
'J\\ "since he well knew wbut awful punishments 1 way 111\ that committee ... .... 7.At,1.at.
, tho Gazette 11'ith'l'rmiiIistorLivu I Oak.
who has bought joint
were inflicted on those who to ust member present lately -- .tlltllJ.t Tllalulol'I',11111.11110iltJ'l Arrive .. \ :a 4''"I'. I.
.. ..
started out to from the historic soriitics hai in Mlddlo) and Jl.rlllwlla. :
self a work on i Ult Flor.la.T "
thc (inv.s ; n"trlln'II1111 l'cl..te
the Venetian "blasphened floj&
phrase Arrive r. M.
taken the into In rugard (1111'1'llc .... .
Tarn de of de plan' l'OI"hll'rallol. .
ernnient"i names lt'rcnt 8tUr.II' \ UK IILOOH.FIA. \ i as.1'ASSTNilIl't'UAtNWI' .
to this the following (' Arrive 1'1111 Il' .. .. ... f:111'
an'su Fur de weeks lie has
Having! settled the cause of his arrest he ets', on. II' tWI 01 I 11 :tlll With Steamer Ali'ltn for all 101lt1, amlandings : : SS'1' IIOITXP.) : ) '
dun iiulliii but sot hide house or on defence was sent this pa(>or :
; gradually fell into a dull, drowsy state in tin ofIlalfllIIl'on.cluusne uml read about Jewbiter Mars, Saturn, Venus WASIIIMITOX, p. C. May( (!>, 1 ..I.RdjJrl ): on Orango) Lake, on Peninsular Leuvu.ltll'ktnlivi1k'.tlailv. at+ ... 5 .::1 1. it.Ixavu .
< staring" blindly ltnilruud'I'ruili.
: : /'l. tho vain, Orampus; comets, In'1 on. I met hi.s (,',:rte: Fernandina ....... ...II.:;:0.'I..
darkness, listening vacantly however in faint hope ol To' chiU'cn on de street )'e an' they If your joint committee wants to hit tin ,IIUMXVIU.K; El..\., Leavo. (laiaesvillo......... .... 0(12 .\. ji.

of that'catching outside some world sound ho had so rc'cntleft., ,. 100kl'lllkl'lle )a.V (':111 of tl'I1I'nlg-Jlg. La;' (correct pronunciation of Arkansas, and t" With Stage Lino for Oca hi and Tampa on Leavo Cedar Key ......... .... 4 .'50 A. M.Loauo .

The silence\ complete as the darkness: litc cII11'r to my house an' said modify orthography(\ accordingly I tht.lt Monday, Wednesday and t Saturday ; from Haldwin ........ .... 7 Oil r. )s.
that surrounded was as him, and hours! pasnfilwithout ilcv hadn't I flag in de house to l'lt. Now, thing to do i is to drop the "r frml Ocuta und'I'ulupa'fucsd.ly, Friday and Sun- Leave Ilke l'ity ........ .... IMO r. M.leavo .
Now and doan'I : ax flat member to "tall' up whar' yc word and the te'ol.l. emphasise it on tinsecond day. ):.1111111.......... ..... 4 :::11', J
snutlled bringing sound reached any Ids curs. Was it n kin all see him but I 'ze gwine to talk tn I'llhlckll a. The earliest AT nl.lt: KKV: El..\., I U-avo 1 .......... ...';' J5 .\. M-
a : hint all do stone I want to see every cull'd French chrlll'I'J write .\kUIII., Co.'s idea IA'I\1 Madison( ....... ... ..t.: <.3'l .t. si.
in the sageI'as it a wave u With Tamiia Stcanishlp'
little footstep higher than pa the otherVus: it only' man in flit kcntry able to read an' write an' : and the I r" was put in by ignorants! : to give' and .Manatitt/ Monday" ami Thursday f.r) Ix-avo (!roenvillo. ...... .... 4- :;,t.Iat.

the plaintive of the steamer? Or was it i-ipher I want to sec him posted\ on current I tie "a" the continental, nonnd. 'llm art nt 11111 m., for Key West Sunday and Leave Month-olio ....... ... ."INI.t, SI.VrrivoTallahaNsco .
cry of ? He topics, an' able to argy u little if t I't'a..lln ven Intnll'Ct where the word ft"r hasInen unc i : ....... ... 7".i. 31.
I'.mldllot the dying t'II.Il'r gap: a n fellow-prisoner long time, ol .demands'Imen he has got dat fur he hasgene writtt'l .(mirth" for the mime 11'011.;. Thl/llr.With the I'mtisl p"\ II.States and Havana IA.tn'O Tllahaio.......... ... HWA. al.I I.IA'I'O I.

I which he could, not even very giiess\ the length, fur 'lulf. De cll'll'olul.\.lln of' disken : dso I f'rla'ker" for tobatco.Ai.iiEitr 8.. (1THCHRT, Mail! SteunuT.brsirll fu Key' W.t.II\IIII Iu-ot, I\ (1I ChattahoiMhco I'.......,.,,.... .,...1 OILS!l.t..\, si.si.rrive .
try hey got to you Sciul .1..1
he distinctly heard a noise us of bolts:: and ( lla. on arrival of | .
keys at hi:41rion: : dour ; "suddenly it opened, kin sot dat down for 1 solemn lack ). Linguist of Hureaiinf Ethnology. uft'rCII. lt is:!/p. II. From Havana, ('O N N l.c"t': ioNSS.

and\ a flood of light ilIlllllinatl'tt'e'r)" corner non no places fur us in politicks, or hanks' or 1)ieIITIIEtuA.-Ili lew of increas4 ol ('IIU. ulil Key West every Hatlrt: '. Spe- At Live Oak daily with the Ha\lluJI.
starts, or ofliccs.'u ('II't heat an defraud tl 'lorida Itailway to alll from
of his dismal cell. Dazzled at first! by ol tnlil to ('II'I.t.Wih ullt'lll'f
in several the 1:1
the gl.lrc of tho torches he could not see the an' embex.Ulike de white f"1k"I'e 11iltIril I hasten to pl.u-vs communicate 11 to Steamer Kulerftritf, fur |x.int:<: on thcHuwulle HII\'ullllh. and all :\lltll'f. K.istcrn: : and I
men by whom they werp carried ; but gradually I lias got to work an' work hand.I'hen anywhite you !liver, 'Ihursdays: ut (> a. a m. (- Il'r('itlot.
as his : grew accustomed, to timeS man comes soapin aronn' with 1 different :, for publicity U very simple remedy, whkh.lllJ For rUlltcl., rates., At I. ikotlty dally with the Florida{ ('('1-
in Russia and ( 1IIlllltlll f'II".tllIJ
S 4 light, he saw! they were all armed all masked story he lies, dui he knows he lies: !1f Il'el used it'rum) i-tc., rut 1 tall mad to and from Jacksonville, St.
and all dressed in black. In the meantime ''Cries of That's sue"! were heard from" all Jar Ire\'e llfclI'c here.who made Out of extensive\' allly .\. O. MuPONKLL, vugiistino! I'uJut k\, l)/\11rl&e. and Uiiidngs -

his hands hail been released of their fetters, parts: of. the hall. "Pis belli' de case, re- .it hers IA.tl'rldl. (ie11'l'1'feket and PU.H.S. Agent on tho St. Jiilnm J\'r.
and his guards had quietly l surrounded him. .ntnrd the president, 'e1 black man who ( xperinienH by the apphic Lion of this rcmily .- K. (Jen'lHiipt.} : At Haldwin daily Atlantic, half
\Vithout u word without a l sound they led ivasteH his till on deli fltll.ll as astron'my (, has u"l'Cllt( in twenty-seven cases, eight ) .)1.\wa., .- ----, -- t nd-West India Transit Railway to and front'YrnuiidiiKiXfialncsvillc
letter sit an' cryin' baby, of which were of a very serious nature, till .' Cedar Key and
him on in their mi hizncss wit sich"ings uf which hud a fo\lIru.lo result ) and,l lIavallu.
and narrow staircases through l'rookl'tll'l1."I- A iKxV man has Jil Io' t'xl'l'lo with Rteatncrs for Tampa: KeyI'tst
I-aclllllll low beetling doors they marched dan n boss has avid a plug( lint If he no case, when tu' : cllhl died from u comlicatioa .

noiselessly: as of ghosts: surrounding bar any time or J01tl spar1 after perndin > of elt.u children ho pre'cribcs IMPUOVKMINT: : COMPANY At ChattuhiMM-hco. tmuttttvetkly with
as group his let aim +' the )', for internal en'ryfn Line Houts tit
mortal man.At fur de wants of family, renus.ly I. the People's Lino and ( 'l'lItrl
; last their goal ii reached; a dull is >ut t few t"Uar w bar' he kin lay hands ont or two, hOIr.t. tU follows : I BUtt from OJuILul. J'uluull.: Fort (iaint-s,
John is ushered into when coniu into de cabin lath. Ilcnzuie pur. 51)roly. ill inj. tllt- 1 landing*.
flung and Hir a t sain' 4wlacfiicolu. In.r
open .
lat piper, ana 0,0 '
)o1'a.ciou:4),1'uoll1.\Atone:: end, oii' a rained ,lstron'myVhl! )', 1 jui'r o1 l>ootsim ( t'r I ; rKh-g': ''t fl'lllali Coaches,
t platform sit ten judges, all masked, all worf more to any cull'd man in America JIJ O. t'l'mtimllim, Voodrtitf and run '.dally be-

I draped in largo black cloaks. By their sides: Ian all the Jewlt.r.t an' coo. etsan' VC'nuK' For thildrcn from one to three years oldie 'TOWIIH u. It.And I.Ine, nrcen Tttllahuxsco and Jacksonville.
l it from to eight gramines
but a little lower down are the scribes of her Ill big hcubens-Irtpoi! t preHcril 1\.C1 withIle 2<)*(lukk (time, uro conaoction. perfect

this silent tribunal. Judges and scribes as bee J'rett.TEXS fur Jfl) grammes for children of distilled: from wate." toseyen C'etlur Kt.y. laM) JO.lJEf.,
svrup; .
motionless as if they had been statues and YHOJC claims to I be u great poet, and scars old he prescribe! ten to fifteen gram uor _: rJtIMJr c I _

not human beings. The first glimpses o( )ret he may fret and study and tear about fur ni'l for grown iiersoiis!from fifteen to twen- fOTIC'K: OF "l X('Oil 1.O It AT IO V
dawn struggling through the I'aillttowin a week, and then cant yank an ode to a sawmill y-rive grammes for tach IW grammes.Besides OF TIIK FKHNANPINA AND JACKHONVILLK -

dews, powerless as yet to supersede the wax while the sweet Singer of Michiganantic this, he used also with great sue- Offers to IMHCC' and Purchaser u large : UAILHOAP: CO5IPAXY.. j
(candles: gave to the whole scene the most gave two minutes to whacking up one : the insufrlation on the dipthcrial then AUTIiOIUTYt)1''AN TIn
weird aspect. Outside all was sleeping ; and Beginning : "All hail to thec, most terrible cC rare, through a glass tube, in arlull'cax, number of the mimt eligible and dd>lrublo I By the State AC( en-

no sound reached the inmates of this hall to nvention. Which chews up trees to any 'verjr tm.e hours ; in light cases Ihr'tll' muds! suitable for I'urj-oHi*, or hi L- llatur\' \' u 'JlrI1a fur
remind them that a powerful city, a numerous tu.hu'l titlt.l.\1
when sometimes eazoic "
wished llmenions. And II i day the natr. vj> Iul VLr. thu lncor >orut ion of Railroads and Canals,
their silent
abode:: imputation surrounded d ;tru. atuntlun.'i break !him ;rf>wn III.Il} he },rl'ril.for gurgling aIHution :Sty ur Huburbua Ileiiidenctti, anll approved t'.Lrur 1U, 1874, notice i,
this up so that Ilntlol'on't' do him of 10grammesofthispulverfortsmramniw <) erc-by given, n'lulr' by said act, that a
As the several actors in strange tl
soon us my guut. Oh, fierce devourer Uiou of men ;; of water UPON EASY TYIUlr.J1Jrl (bus 11-1 furmc-l under the nam
scene had reached their places a man Afterwuttyfour mipuny
proper tad The effect of the is
still masked and dressed in the same dark wo. ._- remedy raJiel. hyrnptoms uChe t IaYAsutx.' AXD jACKHOXVILtE U.UL-
slow tone togive or thiry-Ix 111" on Values allowed to l'uxr.'NY, to li. h1'Cthl with nil thlrlI.
hue, began in a monotonous I TiE circus i is coming rerrkl Mrs disa and the Jlullnt
pear (ramchba
his evidence though murtled by the down powers, privilege, unl
; laying paper become This manufacturing Indus
larties engageil in or *
GoUngon. underdd
folds of his mask! his voice was peculiarly horses and caramels, hy- tearlrature emeily was used also with nfrmal suecs .l ui on coiiipunk-H
distinct and clear and Sir John at once knewit Mithenuscs and other bedizens of the forest by Dr liraham liruuni and fret lile Kiel, rial t'ntcrlrM. who will erect on the I'mp. act for the and purjN[ of coultructln Ilailroad fur,

as being the same he bail heard when he and jingle. How well I remember the first in Prague Dr. in (' and sevral substantial luilutal/luJ. oiH-rating u
was arrested. Cold and pitiless as .steel with ime Daniel tuckme, to the lrcU. .As we others;in 8natCr. ()ermany.wl. ery purrhaMMl impnivcments} Il II the wl''anl.4 of {' JCJ1 an.1"roltry

out a tremor and without a itau.se, the voice entered the tainted enclosure, Bld to him Hoping that the!publication through your (ur residence, or in which to conduit their line of mild Railroad will itbouttwentytune

repeated>> all the "'onLtl:>CI1 by the culprit .How terribly the wild animalcules growl, 'idely.rcllll r will prove beneficial l in suslnels. miles in length will U
when in his rash burst of passion, he had do't they! I was eenamost frightened to the United Butt, I remain, yours, very ; '
derided and mocked the knowledge, and the leath till Daniel told me it "'&only thenndous ally, P TO MANUFACTUIl- mstructell'etwttnapointonthe.ltlantic in
HUhll.J. JSVUCE)1S't West India Transit Railroad,
of the Heren itua. Slowly and of packages nul
regularly prize
js-anutsrand pla)
power Minister of Russia to the Unitul Suites. at ,'
'.; the words followed each other as the ug their n>ga tion.- 04/011 TraiurrifJ }?Its: by exemption for a ttn yean fromasatlon tIUunty t and of the Jacksonville St. Johns, J\r.

.';.cc. links of a lengthened, chain as steadily as uttered b the several cities and ty
.. the drops of rain on a winter's day The .DY. said an ill-tempered old fellow t A ''AIUI banking house has offered a laiye ) II.tlrub: farts of the enmities art\au.au
ltenl of the scribes, creaking as they hurried a lad, "what Jon to Turkey U|>on the condition that it owns Apply t ae I J. X. HAHH1MAN,

1;; over the paper, made .a tit accompaniment rhen I a going by?" "Ilnmpb'returnemibe ShAl receive an official authorization to MrOftice cor & 7th._tt., Fcrnandiiu. P. I:)1-X\nL.-:
t., to this recital.Except for them all was as boy, what a you going by for when Iam a casino at Constantinople similar t Dh # U. WfCKU..ll'U.
16-tf \ Fcraijadt as, }'I.. ,
motionless as still as if no human hearts a hollerin'? that at Monaco. ) l80-toi

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rf.t '"" TJIE .b'JAOHIDA; :l ''LIZ1tiUlz either wealth, or any powerful machinery to Tin jxniAff HOSTILITY CLAIM. Mr. Call, of Florida, spoke' briefly/ llthe of the ,! VMTKD STATUS VKl'AltTMLXT.The AGRICULTURAL.

be used in his interest. On the 2th' of May, in the United States! subject, claiming that the objections Agricultural( Department of the United.
-- .--- -- -- could. have weight
----- -- --- no ,
--- -- -' --- -- 10we believe t"atthere nrc1c\'crall11C'11 Senate, Mr. Jones!, of Florida, immediately: Senator: fl'l)11"l'rmont States has grown from a very small: beginning

.ti.ITUIWA1; JUXEG, 1880t whose! names: might he. \brought forward at after the morning hour, moved to postponeall as this was: simply resolution providingthat to an institution of very consideral pro

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he investigated
n.u Gainesville! any one of whom could, upon prior orders and. take up the Senate Joint this account may portions.! Originally a branch of the Patent

Tin sTATn COXVVXTIOX. the great )political questions of the day, not Resolution (H, It. No. 70)) directing) the Secretary report made to Congress: ; that the failure to Office, it is now in Its operations probably
This body meets at Gainesville! on Thursday und to Congress make payments had been a great hardship:! ,
only equal) him, hut put,idm utterly to rout. of War to ascertain report quite as extensive and equally important.
next, and the indications arc that the of the claims of the State and would have been remedied years ago with
We do not refer to stump oratory as being : the amount The portion of the city lying parallel
attendance in numbers will far exceed that that interruptedthe
the remedy for the case. It is not necessaryto of Florida for expenditures! made in suppressing but for the unhappy war Pennsylvania Avenue was,for many years,a
of Quincy, while \In crsonncl it wi11 not fall made at the
2> December settlements that were being
have glittering htreams of eloquence: in 1 Indian hostilities! between rather low, flat und unsightly!' common, traversed
Jielow. The names:-! which will have the 1I* which to drown our facts. 1, 1855, and last day January, with u ditch or canal, used for wood.
grealost nuinhcrof supporters for the gubernatorial The man who should meet' Mn.[ BISDEK )Ir. Edmunds\ Vermont opposed the i the meantime Mr. Edmunds left the lighters, and a roccpiublc of a great deal of
nomination when the convention resolution und culled! for :Senate Chamber und no further objectionwas
and truthful of the
!should he one whose mind, clear taking up filth and the common was a very uusavorsplace.
meets arc those of Jovernor Drew and Governor which resulted In vote made to the passage of the resolution,
-clear )because: it i is truthful- can go the ayes and noes, a The change now is very great.! Tin-
Rloxham while in order )[
next amendment by r.
raight to his argument, strip it of its bloody of forty ayes to ten nays.!'! which, after a slight first was the. location of the
.. come Hon. Samuel Pasco and General of the Commit Hoar, wa.s passed unanimously in the following
,- clothing vituperation, point out its moral After reading of report Smithsonian Institution on these vacantgrounds
'Perry "'c do not lilt present, perceive deformities, expose the rottenness of asserted tee on Military Affairs, accompanying the form : and the enclosing of a park und
x chance of a "dark horse! ," to me the of War he and he is: ,
any Edmunds oke at considerable That the Secretary ,
the Mr. ;
facts, and at the same time preserve respect resolution sj> it with shade trees. Subsequently
I of the There I is authorized and directed to investigate planting
political clang! period.' no it State claim nearly hereby,
violent division the Democrats such of sober, thoughtful people. length against as ascertain, and report to Congress! as soonas a }botanic garden was established near the
among The question of section !'\houl.lnot be con twenty-five years old. He thought it strange! practicable theamountof he thcclaimsofthe west entrance of the capitol grounds: and at
.' as would make a compromise: tlidate neesary. sideredi. Any man of high. and\ proud char. that there was no report from the Secretaryof State of Florida for expenditures made in for the Agricultural
1' In while the in that :State betweenthe u later period plain' building
< our opinion, greater suppressing :
}3";" acter would, when once placed In position War on the subject, and found, upon referring and the 1st erected west of the
1st day of December, 1S.V' Department was
t 41 ; )part of the delegates! have their acknowledged of trust \by the people of the district, feel ) to the /statutes of lH.i9! that an appropriation day of January, I$(OO. In making: such investigation Smithsonian buildings\

r !'{ prefcrenresforthe different candidate himself\ forced to urge with equal ardor the for the payment of volunteersemployed the said Secretary is i directal{ to has been filled\ and the
; yet there will\ he no such antagonism! to the such he 1mthe up,
t interests: of them all. in Florida during) the years! 1857 receive und consider testimony as
others will\ calm and deem or furor against, whole space from the Washington monument -
judicious proper
as prevent a may necessary
It rests with the and 1858 who wen'l'ateellnto! service by requisition -
Again, we say, convention muster-rolls of
said claims, including the near the river to the capitol: building is
decision in favor of the whose friends
I one whether they shall take defeat or vic of the President on the (;overnur the :State troops, and such! other official dataas u connected and continuous park and gar.lIen
ran show him to he thestrongest.Vewoiild! tory. W. of that State, the sum of$413,000,or so much may he on file mum the War Department. In
just here however, warn those! friends whose thereof ns! till; y be necessary to pay the submitting his report to Congress the said of great beauty und extent, affording;

.. zeal grows somewhat too ardent as the time T1IUR3IAX IX Tilt: SI-1.Y (TB, amount found due for the timethesaid troops Secretary shall not include\ any payments or I along the whole length of Pennsylvania

t ) ,I raws near that their efforts/ should he confined Judge Thurman, of Ohio! is, by general were actually! in the service of the United allowances the amounts! :made allowed by; the by law State at in the excess time in of I enue a ready retreat from its noise und exposure

; ImiMiiig up the claims "fthl' r own consent, considered the leader of the )Democratic States." behalf of troops regularly in the service of to quiet walks and green grass! lawns,

t members of the Senate. Naturally fountains und garden scats; the twitter of
candidate rather than the pulling! down of :Mr. Edmunds: implied, by his rellU\rksthll.t the United States.
those! of another., An opposite: course to the the stranger, who visits the gallery of the these troops: mentioned in the above appropriation The resolution was immediately transmitted !' the birds: and tho smell of new-mown hay
ti Kl'llIItl.irst/ looks: /for the men most: prominent is while the flower gardens and plantations
one we recommend will be very likely to destroy were the same troops: for which the to the House when, it : hoped speedy : rosary
their chances of success in standing: and reputation) before the and how action on it can be had. )le 1jrg. Hull and around the agricultural buildings! regale
) State was: now claiming payment ;
ft is noteworthy fact that each of the country Senator Tlniriuun is: of rather it was: that it was not provided for at the )Davidson) : will do all in their powerto secure the senses: : with the fragrance of /flowering

two l lending names: of those we have: mentioned Ilt'aImil.l. short neck, and large hl'lulllll.1 time, and whether "it was not one of thatnumerous its prompt passage.CKXTKALIXATlOJf.: plants innumerable.

helongto the present :Slatcudminist:; I i ration and features, quite' gray, and rather slow in infinite class of claims that, being _. -- In the various sections.! of the immense!

and wo may thereforeconclude: that JIIO'l'llIcnt.s Ie is the acting Vice-Presi! glass-enclosed! buildings area found iii iu-
ton[ .s'I i terl'lt by the responsible\ representatives
there is! a confidence among; the Conservatives dent, he does not often take the /floor; but of the !people in the time of them, arc The consideration of the numerous appropriation tnl'rahleI'ictics) \ of choice plants' und trees

of the State that the l promises made: i in l w hell he does he always commands attention ..1et lll'llllg'uiI1Mt. or are only allowed! in part, bills: before Congress: causes: one to from the most::; distant: quarters of the globe.

e the hist campaign; have heen fulfilled I, and lie is: rather peculiar in his: style of lire cti p"4clof, that again in after years! rise! realize more fully the progress of centralization From Japan a great collection interesting;

I d I I, that the government\ has: : been conducted !speaking' \ using no ornamentation but great out of their graves. when the circumstancesuf in the multiplication of new bureaus: and curious: shrubs, trees and. plants have

with nbilityf: honesty, and economy. plainness| : and directness! : with an unmistakable any adjudication at all, or the evidencesthat : and the enlargement of the control of the been obtained, Very many of which would

satisfied{ hmdvance that the statement of time )point of his argument thrive Wl'lill\ Florida. The
> We lire to say '. would show die real state of the factshave central government We! have: already added probably great

nominee of this: convention will In the hat with great conciseness. gone by, and when there is! the greatest!' the Agricultural Department which ;islands: of the Indian Seas: and\ the interior .

.h that the Conservative-Democratic} party can Senator lanyard recently I introduced t ,t a hill possible danger thatthere will bo mistake.." is growing broader in its ramification! \ and of South America have, also furnished

o 1ft.r. )Hut the( convention has another Important to regulate\ the tel'lllll'ollil'e and mode of Mr. Jones! of Florida, replied: follows : from\ a pctty'Ll'ginnillgl3partofthe bureau a !great variety of tropical and<<1 semi-tropical

? work. With a modesty: burn of our appointment' of supervisors III'l'ledillll, of )patents leas: now become a department plants, which would, doubtless!' adapt them

small size I we have lir10 III l' time past in who, by the law of 1870, were required ut There all. We I is no are concealment}peifectly willing about this that mutter the with its Commissioner\ : and large :stall of ofoiicers. /. selves to our climate and soil. When Florit

': making our platform or declaration principals to he appointed by the Judges of whole subject shall be committed to the / The Educational: Depatment Is one becomes a little further advanced in wealth

i : watched with too much anxiety the the Circuit Courts from the United War Department where I /;wheat\ :
;, I enunciations of other States, and have, inconsequence :States:; Commissioners, and without limitation exists which going) tp allusion show has been the appropriation made have been made to enlarge its functions und garden established: for the purpose of testing

been etrayed l into solemnly of their term of office./ Mr. K.iyard'sbill : 'oy the honorable to Stnator: : was expended' for. i increase its powers. It has: been proposed to und experimenting with new plants und I

declaring at length the conviction: of the proposed' to limit the term to two years, 'A very largo:; volmteer force during the I establish National ttitiversity to be locatedat trees which may promise{ to become valuable

people in regard to subjects upon which not and 1 that the)' should bo nominated \by' the years mentioned in the report became necessary Washington, which would likely be followed for introduction, as: well n.s gathcringand.

\ rue man inn hundred. had thought at all President and confirmed/ by the :Senate: in States to cooperate:. to /suppress 1 {with< the Indian troops hostilities of the United : in by an attempt to control all of the arranging; the very many valuable existingproductiunsfniitstreesandplautshow

: Let uhiimloii utterly the practice' of going the same manner us other officers. To this Florida. The Seminolo war there, which is State universities: in subordination to the found;

into the alleys: and byroads to get the votes )[r. Thurman ofIVred the! following amendment matter of common history! broke out in central university We have now u Geoditic growing in the State, the extent and value of

I Ii I ..f every trump who has: one to !sell, and : several stages! in that State the last was at Department engaged making u survey which arc known to but few. Such an establishment
indicated in this
Ip the period : report ;
purxuctime great( highway; to success pointedout Provided, that no \person now holding, or quite a number of volunteers were culled for of all the territories, and ready then to would involve but a moderate
who has held, the office of chief aupcrviorrof '
alike hy the precepts! and examples of l'lcctiulIi1l11ll1l: be rcappointed.: in the /first Instance by the General Govern{ be transferred/ to the States. We have U expenditure, and in connection with experimental

r our forefathers.\ There can ho no effective. ment. They were regularly mustered into National Hoard of Health which has expended groves! of the various species) of the
In offering the amendment, .m1 r. Thurman the service! of the United States In cumuliIIIICL' -
union of the citizens of country except said: with the rules und regulations: of war. over half a million of dollars, and is citrus: tribe would become almost selt' sus-

I upon great and underlying) principles, and, There was no question made whatever in regard now establishing quarantine! stations and assuming taining in time. One large grecn-hou at
"I do not undertake to that
L to the expression of these let us give( our supervisor of elections! say who has: everychief been to the payment of those troops, and the I : the functions: of a department of the the Agricultural Department here is devotedto

most healthful consideration: and he sure appointed heretofore, is! a bad man ; but I appropriation! referred to by the the volunteersthat Senator i. Government. We have u Government Printing the citrus, and contains: several hundred
from Vermont to
was !
t t Hint we art in t the right before we announce know, if evinerceprlvts any thing) that there were regularly mustered pay into the service HIke employing some 2,000 persons: who trees: of the various: varieties of the orange

', mid publish it to thc worM\ have(Davenport l been bud) so men had among that 1 them think-his one name man of the United :Statin. For that service! are engaged in manufacturing )public documents lemon, lime\ etc. We pro) osc again to recur

Let the convention then, rememheriugthat \ ( will be infamous! In the history of this but outside: of that number, there was: another Congressional records, Arctic expeditions to the subject
of whose service owing to
j that the expression\ nf truth has: a wl'ivhtill.lt'pellllmt ; country ; :and I do not prul"sethmtt he shall the great body emergency men; of the (occasion, became illustrated: books of survey, natural
1 of the number of votes State be a supervisor: elections it' I can help it.As iiirr.ii AXD iiAiuion lULL
: u : I cannot undertake to distinguish be necessary: and time did not permit of their history, medical history, and will soon publish -
iiuv have, h'lU'I a full and 'f fearless: expression t\\'t'l'lllll1 the! men who have exercised these: going through all the details necessary: to a a costly and elaborate history! of the This bill us amended by the Senate Committee
of its, views. W.coxaiiKss regular muster although their service was of Commerce contains the following
: powers, I think it the wisest: thing) to say civil war. :
functioned the of the United
II t that 11II1Il'lIfthl'lIIl"hulllw fl'i it'L ointen." by authority items for Florida : Harbor of Cedar Key,
States, indeed, called for by the United It is: now proposed to regulate the subjectof

t l I.'OIl jy sKcoxn IlSt .\ long political debute followed on the States transportation by national Commission: $15,000 ; Pcnscola: $)0,0; .\palaeh kola

" et t TRICT.Before part of Mr. Teller, Mr, Edmunds: Mr. Hoar The correspondence here' shows: that after under the! name of inter-state commerce. It Bay, $10,00; Apalachicola River, $: \l) ;
issue the Democratic their services became no longer : !
our next : candidate and Cameron Wisconsin: 1 in winch Teller ; that necessary would seem that there was little left that : Choctuwhatchce River,$7,0; Inside passage
for this, district will he in the-field\ Adjutant-General suggested= they
;" ,/1 und Cameron read from the report of the investigating then be mustered in ; but the Governor was not brought within the control of the I Fernandina und St. John's, $jo; Escam-:
,t.f ami l wo wilLtt"t only know, what we cannot the State entertaining doubts in regard to Ida diver Suwannee llivcr $.
committees: sent\ South in lt i now, hisnruime!: hut wo will know who U this: matter und setting forth the impracticability the bar and channel
After two days debate, just before the vote officials is being ,'onstal\tlyallt1cel to, Tampa Bay deepening -
i of it, said that us the men had been
r! ,.:. going to be elected We are not indulgingin ( was taken Mr. Thurman made the following disbanded that could nut be done. Then and the immense )patronage of the government from the bar to the town of Tampa $10-

:. ," frilly, brag for the benefit of our opponents reply to Mr. Teller and the rest, which Is the War Department suggested: that the is: a powerful factor in the political ,0; Volusia! bar, $ ,0; entrance to Cumberland

,t i when we say that the Democratic quite characteristic) of Ids. : direct, emphatic muster-rolls: of the State which contained movements of the country. With all the Sound-Florida and Georgia-$30-
y Convention has it in its |>ower to declare evidence! of the service of those men who
style : the the those barriers of the past conservatism of the 0; Improving :St.: Juhn'Rh'er by deepening -
t went into service just: same as
'",\ )J" whether MK. DISRKE is: elected to Congress; "Now, Mr President. I repeat once more, and were paid, that had imperiled their country cut down, and unlimited terms: of the bar at the mouth thereof, $125,0;

or not. We do not underrate this gentle-<< we have debated! this hilt two days ; the Senator lives the same as the others!, should be taken office for the candidates of a party, it will also surveys are directed from FinhallawayRiver
nun's strength but we are enabled to froml'011lI'lldol'l.11II1'IuiIl1l that we have the War and submitted to
: speak by Department
Aueilhi Ock-
be a hard struggle to remove from the Wacissa: Chiiwla,
with the ('OlItlllt'IH'wo do because his! not discussed it on this hide. Why have we Congress for such equitable relief as this power ant <
not discussed it ? Discuss: his speeches, body might feel disposed to give. party now in the wrongful possession of the locknce, Holmes' Creek, and for the open
strength is: of such u nature asto be perfectlymensurable answer his bloody shirt which hud nothingmore That I is the whole of it. The $400,( )W was Executive: Department of the government. ing of steamboat communication from theSt.

L t : and wo can, therefore, easily to do with this bill than it had with expended to pay the volunteers that were John's River by of Tapokalija Lake
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know whether it can bo overmatched squaring the circle I Can the Senator with regularly mustered. What we seek now
a to that have FLORIDA INCO N GRESS-3111. HULL to Charlotte Harbor or Pease Creek
While he I is the candidate the He- any I'rol'ri'tlrl'tl'llit say we is to get a settlement beh"Cl'1the State and
strongest not answered speeches that hud no more to General Government for troops: that performed The extent of the interests of :Florida in The amendments made by the Senate alt
publicans could lunplac".t In the Held, hisstrength tit) with this measure than they had with just as much service as the others Congressional: legislation makes the place ofRepreseutatiye to the bill They have struck out
lies! in a single i>oint, ami\ that OUl'6.f1' seeking the North Pole. No. sir, we have certainly: as meritorious as the others, but from'either of items to VJ1.0. in
its amount of thus
Congressional -
overcome he U at the of his opponent.The not answered his: t>t>ecclics. His: speeches if that on account of the want of time and the $2,0
mercy they hud been made any where else than in great pressure of an emergency then upon Districts, if the duties are faithfully creasing the bill only $16,0. I is quiteprobable
in which it is
: one thing : possible fur"t the Senate would bo called stump sjieeches.They the people of that State could not be mustered : l erformed, nu sinecure. Fortunately for that the House will concur in the

MK. Bii-EtK to be superior to any candidatethe will bo reix-ated on the stump ; theyare in formally according to the rules and her citizens: both districts are well represented Senate amendments.
Democrat are likely to put up is what to be published campaign, ,". documents.They articles of war. Therefore this matter Is
are not made to influence anybody merely remitted to the War Department to ; the members have worked in harmony CO
ii called by the general and rather indefinite EDITORIAL tESI-OSDEYCE
here but they are made to try to wave aloftide's see if from the evidence there or that can be and the advantageous results of their
term "ability, In everything else he is: more that hloKKtv shirt" which has produced there is (round for an equitable labors will be shown at the close of the WASHINGTON, May 3.
". weak While there is: no charge against his: sometimes I'ron'tllO tuccessful in controlling claim. 1"'II. ion, The joint resolution providing for the
honesty-unless the willful misstatemcnt: the judgment, und the patriotism and Mr. Plumb, of Kansas, after an inquiry Mr auditing of the claim of the State of Florida
Hull the
the cool common sense of the people of this represents: largest portion of
r ,, r cf his fctump pcfches may be considered country. That is all there is of that by Mr. Alison, as to whether there was an East Florida, and it Is due to him to say for expenditures in suppressing Indian hostilities

dishonest, -yet it. ought uj\d will\; be, remembered \ .\uIIIIIIW I appeal to every one who hears account made up of the amount claimed to that he has achieved most excellent rcpu- was called up on the 28th instant,

a. 'that his political friends, associates mime here is:. a measure that in no wise strikes I be due, proceeded to discuss the matter at tion as member of the House, for hU diligent under a suspension of the rules, and after

and henchmen are the very one whose down or touches or weakens III any way the considerable length, showing the correctnessof : discussion was fussed. The debate in
m attention to the interests of his constituents
i corruption four years ago drove a large; pjwer of the Federal Government; ; that the claim, and reading from the messageof \ another column will show the jiertinaticity
for the
changes no law ; that wwkens the power ofno.officer l'Urefull'l't'parution of the bills
part of the .intelligent and upright men whatsoever It has no such effectwhatMHver. : I the Governor; of Florida In ISM! and the requisite to carry into effect measures for with which Senator Edmunds approvesanythingand -

a t of the .Republican party of this State into If It were the law to-day it :substviucnttorret'pwndencebetween the Cow their benefit, and a clear of everything which Is calculated to

i the Dem-x-rutic ranks All of this class would be I just as effectual in preventing, ernnr of }'luridllind the Secretary of War, them to the committees presentation benefit any Southern State, or any portion of
respective having
fraiiils ut elections the statutes whichflow
will be forced to rccognUc: the fact that, in are up| +>n our as tohltutt'boKlk.1111 upon| making it |>erfcctly clear that the troops, for them in charge and securing favorable reports theSouthern people.. But enl, who has the

HiplMriing ME. DUBCE, they are doing just" this law we have had two dav'Ii. declamatory: the vayment of which the appropriation in nearly every instance, while the matter in charge, wa on the floor of the .

that much to recall and sustain in power the otump-Micuking{ about the election of 1570. referred to by Mr. Edmunds was made of his manners anti his Senate duriug the discussion, furnished the
very teen whoso doings have ruined the reputation I urn willing it. I that am willing the country that the hull country understand were the troojis which had been regularly bearing have secured him the respect high-toned of his Senator with ample means to answer the objections

of the Ut'l'ublkulllart '. mustered into the service of the United made. The resolution had
shall know that if this Senate stay in session fellow-members to an unusual degree gone to
I When we' come to examine Into Ids per- for this kind of debate'when there are hundreds States min the requisition of the President on Mr, Hull belongs to that class: of useful the House for concurrence, and although it

jtuul share in the animus of hU arty, we of hills on the calendar of Congress the Governor, and that after their being members who I Is very late in the session, and the calendarIs
acquiring experience in the
that need the attention Congress the minority
Und that it i U a source of great weakness to in this 'body is responsible i ; because mustered out and discharged other troopswere work of legislation look carefully after the : loaded down with bills which it Is desired

it, and of nill greater to Individually. iu.-tcad( discuUsin the measures which needed to take their places, which were interests entrusted to their care, rather than to pass, i may be difficult to reach it or takeit

I His ri'eteh' at Jacksonville was confined fairly come IK-fore the Senate they are wasting never regularly mustered In, but bad informed seek to attract public attention by the ('bt'ApUlll' up out of order The passage p f the resolution

uu effort ut inflaming tho.se. 11Oi..wnll| which the transaction time of of the business Senate\ by and speeches preventingthe that service under the authority of the { lent ut making speeches for buncombe. by the Senate l is a long step toward

everyundid man must: allow can do no good are bimply made for the; campaign next fall, State, and for these List the j+v-at-nt claim the adjustment of the claim.' It i is of the

t t und every wise one perceives to W i,fatal to and are not meant to influence the vote of a was made.Mr TUB WAY THaT CIIAKUK.-General JamesLongbtreet utnittot importance hat. Col. Beard should

.1 ; the uioiMil l Lund iterkl pnv-iterity of the single man in this chamber.; Maxey, of Texas, also a member of ; of Georgia, baa been nominated remain at hU imst here u long as there is

$Ulte. HU manners are not winning ; be Mr. Bayard' bill, with Mr. Thuriuan' the Committee: on Military,.Affairs spoke in bv Horace the President Maynard u appointed Minister l Postmaster-Gen-to Turkey, rite any ehanceof getting the resolution j as> t

could claim no special social prestige at &amendment was then passed by a ,-ot6ot advocacy of the passage of the resolution\ as erul! vice D. M. Key nominated for the Eastern U said-that Mark

Washington, and he does not command. twenty-seven ayes to fourteen nap being a perfivtlyjud and correct measure. and Middle District of Tennessee I-.\\\JIie of his TWanha bk. already,


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New York ItrinH two days be fore the, The Dosfdiifflilt, independent say+ : &O 17271 :? 7'11 SUUIl I''

Chicago Convention announced as the And we see the same :spirits) in the Ala"a- Mr. Francis! Fontaine, the Commissioner Tam Rev. W. F. Hat field delivered a lecture O.v the 27th tilt the Supreme{ Court rcn

liable candidate ? pro. thiisetts n"l1l1l1'rlt: They instinctively] seek of Immigration for Hl'l1} showed: recently In the Washington-Square} Methodist (dereel its decision (In the Kearney case, releasing

the best candidates with a tec-ling that the in TIlt Vi what great inducements that Church, :\IW York, on his recent visit to the the prisoner -
TICK Louisiana Democratic delegates! to I Lest: niu.st be tits t strongest. They]1<1\1' lust Mate t offers to new settlers. Yet with immigration South, and his impressions!' of the countryand I it
fincimmtl go tutiml ructeI.! Tin- confidence in TiMcii. )Ued.csiitVcpreseiit, ; going on at the late of two thousand its people.] Hc saj.s that nowhere Ststravels Tin arrivals at Castle Harden for the
convention to them what he did in Ism! ;, He then came : ,a day. It i is impossible for him to get a : mis lie ever suet with such gcmijno month of May, with two days still unreported to", "

held. a very haI'll tumbuy session, and I forward with :a record of reform in the government score of domestic: !servants for Georgia.: The courtesy And hearty hI.'litltt'IL' that whiclichantcterizel amounted to the enormous' number f,',, '

nftcr promptly trainat'ting their )business, ml- of> a great Mate, in which eorrllI \.- freshly I landed Germans. Scandinavians, his South and of
journed. Ne expressions) of prefereii I, tion had run riot He is no longer awoi < English, ;and Irish: are crowding the trains: ]he advises heads of fnmic1111 young men M,17. II
weretuadc. I i dated! with the ideas] of reform except In !Ia. for the West: fen or tlftelMi thousand proceeding who cannot make a hlre to go South Tams Indian troubles in New Mexico have m1
i tire, He has lost thither weekly Hut it Is hard to and buy farm them that if they t "
: repute appearing\) as! : a assuring: rather serious aspect. Two Infantry ,
Tars Washington Sill/' :oars that the New I I pcry and tricky politician: intensely selfish I, get: a car load of them for the South. mind their own business, devote themselves I'S\UCt 1 three ] have* I,; ,\ \,

Jersey delegation to the National DeiiHxr.it.ic ) Massachusetts[ Democrats turn away from It is true that as: Mr.( Fontaine says: must to ( \ tr)' of the country)', and cavalry ('oltllit M
Convention him to find a candidate who will command immigrants\ buy tickets before ]IcavingKu-: refrain from Coasting of having thrashed theouthl'rl'l been sent to reinforce Ch'nerHatch.. 'i 1* -I II

although uninsfructed\ are universal respect No wonder their eyes !lit tape which carry them to distant {points iu S and from thrusting into undue C.vnrr WHITTAKEK will now probably be* I m.
favorable to the nomination of Senator Randolph on Layard. Davard represents!' old fashioned } the West They come in companies! organ- prominence" the unsavory truth that n negro M

for Pretident, and will present hh:' sterling honesty, a broad view in poli lied with u view of settlement in !some specific is: the (equal of a white tU they wl be tried by court martial and qx pel led from J I"I I' I
tics in the far Western States. heartily welcome. The people living the West Point he ( should t'eVe 'I
name. Thc action fidelity to principle, faith in the people') region il ; certainly 1 I*
proposed seems to he to lIe is a man no American\ need blush to Therefore is: useless to approach them after North, Ir. Hat field thinks, are infected with notice in for the IICIle honornlte from M
\&til P
bring Senator Randolph forward: as n compromise I hell )place In the Presidential: chair lie is their arrival with Inducements to maketheir the ikthat: the other pur' of our ]land are .1
who have abused and villl-:
candidate.WK a candidate for whom indei>CIHll'nt'oh'l'I t homes elsewhere of '.' .' I 1 is well to holda our exdlllgl'!
I (couni go without.. any hesitation Unquestionably: it is n great advantage n for favorable opinion of olrd\04.! but it i is .lied the l'l\llet and ol1l'f of '('!t Point r, 'i
regret to notice! that some of our State cans whose moral h offended them that should for the New 11:41 well to remember we are not the ,
sense: may > by til' TIIK health officer of the port of New York iit
exchanges have lent themselves to the making : the triumphs of the "machine" In their ownparty World definite destination fixedin whole of the United States of America. In i", n
advance1. The organizations:' of recent the South he found the !signs of material announces that nil vessels entering that port
of charges of fraud I and corruption i can vote for Dayard. feeling that the P. M
; republic will suffer no detriment at his years for bringing over these (companies of prosperity! full of encouragement. The valueof after tu-dt} from New Orleans] Savannah, r.: tr.

against Governor Colquitt, for hial'point-!' I I hands.( :' The instinct which turns to the foreigners, many of whom are neighbors, the slaves alone was estimated at over Churll'ltol, Mobile, OU1\stol, Key West., I'1'

went of ex-Governor. ( llrovvn, and l1 ainotOl.'llcral best! candidate: is the highest wisdom. The and placing them in prearranged settlements $10110Oot and all thi'I'lllh pastel from and all Gulf ports, without A clean bill of I'f,

Gordon for his resigning i the office only chance the DeinoeYats have for carrying are 1 decided Improvement on the olth the dl\ Wl Perhaps I' viV. I II
the old when so of the no State suffered :41 severely as Virginia daring health, will he subjected to a quarantine of .
(Senator from Georgia, charging] former country i is in the selection: of a candidate : ulpl'mati'ar many MI .
; who is dl'llIIlInll tiniest and capable: h only' a general idea the war, and hef hHlltril1 pursuits werecunmpltely observation.I I tr1)eraetstos
with ]being bribed, /and the ]latter! with being of rising; above I party. These qualities Day- of making for themselves homes'somewhere parulued.; Kvery; living thing .. r.
in I Iron t trade caused
"oll ht. The editors who could pen these aid possesses, and these wO\lh1111ake him a In the republic. They give to immigration In the way of food and i provender was 1'lnC11I't1 t\1 bythe .

barges, based upon merely their own impcrfeet strong candidate. the !system it l'I'IIS, and benefit both thenewcomer 1the two opposing nrli(':. When over-Importation of English Iron, has : M.M:
and ourselves. Though Castle t the t ended, the Southem -
r I'\'l'l had the effect of throwing fourteen hundred) .
knowledge] of facto!, would be the last The :Springfield: l"PIIU/IIf/ independent, Garden is now receiving much larger number States found thcmsc'lvcs: burdened with M:1.,
of in Philadelphia
men to dare charge !such crimes upon any of Massathusetts[:I :says : of arrivals than ever before in its history, a debt of about fcJUU.mW.WO: ), "anll'" :u l the Iron workt,1 out employment .' .

member of their own community to theirfates. The nomination ;of Tilden would! make Its business proceeds after an orkr' fashion speaker, .I care not how much 1 Is said about and will probably have similar results M.M.,

the open\, support of the Democratic! ticket and but a few hours tW'I'n rl'ltiatiol, I 1\1 picparcd to say that they elsewhere The persons controlling .
Has! the 1'rl'I'1the right to calumniate by thoughtful Republicans practically impessihle. the landing of tl immigrants and, the con tl'lm tl Ilthl' government every dollar the iron 1Irket're warned (in time, but M.V..
? Have editors the right to pronounce : All Tilden's nnl ability as \a political timuincc of .olrncto the West. They which time They !have reduced this .
against t the win] ; indebtedness: In twelve to $1W(1.MXH: (; ( persisted forcing m prices until purehas't
sentence before the ease i is judged or known ]leader: wo'ild :avail nothing against are thus 1'rot'lel1 runners years V
and no longer $170Wt,'KXl Iw t t they owed in forced to abroad, with the result '
abroad? Have not tife-I"n clc'rotioll' zl'all11l1t the bluhtiiijt fact that under his!' candidacy once plundered tht'l, mire 1 nearly hal ers were go M:
the! Democratic \party,: would make no converts without leadership or a Illt- 1SIW. of swamping the market Another lime M
the purest integrity, the right to any respect and would receive no reinforcements.The tnzl'c purpose.l'rowL. "In Virginia, all along the banks of the perhaps, they will hesitate] before. the .U.,
from those CVt'1fliT whom they have been moral I ndds, : of the campaign: would he Hut why (11 they nut learn the advantages: historic .':ll'01 will see signs i of )prosperity. kiln i Ira

devoted ? We think,.some of ourcTchangeshave : against) : the )party, and every doubtful :State: of the South as a place] for Idtll'lelt At l'rn Hill every tram oi the goose that laid the golden egg., / toConpt'cuslotutl. (I
iu the North would] pass over to the Republican } they leave Kurope: ? Why / they ihous bloody, struggleisnearly IIJh'rll'IIIIHl, thegrass AVirs.
: been hasty! to use u mild term, and remarks ] column. The delegates: to the Cincinnati the West and neglect the fertile! South ? Tbc 'i" now growing 1111 Urt'razlg In

\ have] been published for which they Convention in this! State appear lobe I agents of Siuthl'l States can present inilucemcnts where lraIl'l fought and fell," JlMt.it.-The* amendment increnising theappropriations ilTIIK -

may feel regret. Surely General Gordon bad: alive to this fact, and in a series of inter as well as the agents who oiganie I'I rl' made In the education of tho'l'olll" the of the Atlantic
who to [Iowa and Wis Mr. Hatticld said, was remarkable. fu survey
views in the New York World for companies go
a right to resign should<< he deem it for his: Dayard. If the Democrats of pronounce Massachusettswant I ('ollil, Minnesota and Kansas: ; but why (10 \I the discipline i is as Itrlc. the* and Gulf coasts t from $:i ;,i110> ) tl$:!IInOO, ..

own benefit so to do, and this act ought not I to lead the light of the party column, I they find it so hard to get the ilh'lllill\'III- :study as: thorough, (the h'nlh.I' 1: cttmpCtcui was 1'al'41"1 ..

to render him liable to charges of bribery or I in..tt'wlof straggling: at the rear:they have i igiants to listen to them? and the scholars as advanced as In any amendment appropriating $ii.'iOiMHi, ..
purchase.GovFiivon. only to make it plain to the South that Democrats I Undoubtedly, )[r. Fontaine is i: right iii of e>ur Northern schools. The building se't The \ '
I.I in debatable<< States nt the North demand sayitig that Georgia and the other :Si olth'r apart for the colored children l ti as 111 a.s for pay of marshals and their general deputies :

,ITfT, in a speech deliveredat ] not Tilden. but some candidate! of the I tII'1 are ready to cordially receive immigiants. any school- l'll this dh' .It Is l by except for services of the latter at Cl'l"r:

Atlanta last week, defending) himself I l first order, like Ray.arid. This: n'arlls four Of course they want thl'l, for the IOI'I'," said the speaker "that the South is tinny, was: ; r
the South: time the I amount of improved land throughout the doing nothing; till her colored dtiz ;I I IIL"I'1
against the charge+of corruption in his appointment ears: ago) : wants man : to the River >
j North wants: and 1 )Democrats) in this: State South which is :seeking purchasers I is cnorinniiM want to take ( here and 1111 that I .llf.-The
of F.x-Govcrnor: Drown to !succeed have said to that South and Harbor bill being discussed
I are making; hut a preparation for a national and of unimproved land there i is 1 may ever ( among .
General (Gordon, after gh'in j; a historyof I canvass vvhu'h may carry Massachusetts [ still greater supply. The more good c itjcnsare to my personal knowledge I', is: doing ni in others, the one npprll'riltluJ$:10,000: ) for Improvement ,

his: otllcial acts, explaining; hay a< tion in over among the doubtful States: in idly added to t the different States, the richer its power to fit up the colored men the of entrance to Cumberland' .
this instance and such base waiting for Tilden'n campaign to be coinpleted bo those who IIT'llf'lty there rank: of intllgl'nt."otd'11 and moral citizens I
refitting any .I i instead t I of slrikingtlit't i : t\ keynote I\ of the wi Virginia, in ( North ('urlnml ," \ regard thelult1\ of the Sound, of Florida and Georgia, was allltll1 .
charge, closed] his: manly speech in these! \lh'ImOcrattccanwass) : : by putting Dayard forward im, in other Houthl.'rl States! South, Mr. Hutfield said not go 'ril Hl'lntn passed Thursday in the consideration .

words : "I have gone through with these when the ('ltirl; u COII\'l'lItioll is: balancing also an abundance of mineral wcath whiclneeds there to ask what they thought of the third of the River and Harbor bill. The

things:! and I :shall detain you no longer. My[ between two evils\: in Grant and development. Moreover, an t increasing term, but he would say there! was far more the Drown
Dlaine. will stimulate and require limitation tad strife in regard: to tho Presidential pending question: was on 11111-
father, from his: earliest boyhood and manhood : -" -""*- the flo"llatiol new rirlllll.IHt the in- question in the North f than the Suttth, ment to increase the 11Ptprlatl1 fu the*

received from the people of this :State TIIK EXODUS IM'ESTIOATIOX. l'rl'nll'Inll \' )' roads, A )prominent :Southerner said to him : Improvement of the vlllu\h. ., harbor

the tokens of its confidence! II lit 1 support as which are now in u bad state throiighou .\\e've! had about enough of politics, amid :
\ The Hxodus:; Committee! has made its report frm' ,( )) to $100H) > Thii!' amendment
tired of it: The* fact Is time $
alone thon really
Southern the South. In market gardening we are
be lived. leis ashes] lie buried the of the
long as now Vindicating: people !
After debate the imIll
sands of C Germans, who understand cconom tlth1 people have suffered so severely)', was r'jt't't: 1 lengthy
from the calumnious of
Mates charges
in her foil. From the time I entered public' : ical could that the name of politician is odious tu JJU 13. As
Messrs.: Windom & Co., who, when detected agriculture, earn 1 t'OIfortnlo very was T'II nl(1 1'1:4ll'I'I'IL': nays
life I have been ]honored with! the confidence] in their nefarious political colored pipe-lay I'in in thc many: favorable locl-! them. They believe that all their trouble- amended, the bill contains ulll'l.rorlntiul

respect and love of the entire people of in the West endeavored, but in vain, toescape ties ulon thetlntc coast. Til. sort of have been ('II"l.1 by politicians North and
lug: South and want nothing to do of:$'10(55)! ,( ) for Cumberland harbor. Senate
farming 1 u'(' the immure Tie
the of the few brief pursuit\ and detection by clouding the lu'h 11e\'uIIJ t tu'r t'House
Georgia, exception investigation with ejections 'of black and war in parts of Virginia, Carolinamid with )> *. There1! are JI'I there did not disturb any of the items in the

years since I have been the executive hl're- liltliv aspersions upon the ;good name and Florida, but it t'll be profitably extended who say very flhurl things, they arc bill fur Florida so they are secure
and would] to God that: the memory and bitterness much tho Gulf coast nf ot1'I'.lel'kl'I'/ as they remain
( conduct of their white I'd to v-eitizens of the furher.lolJ lonj If the House does not concur in the Senate*
and( suffering of those years were obliterated former 1-Ia\States.:; It i is:' to be hoped that Alabama ther'i:' rcirion for It, be mof' less! of agitation amendments there committee of
Florida is now sending supply of early and strife*, but they do not represent the true wi 1,1 a
when shall meet agaiii in December ; lS
forever and forever.. [Applause.: ] "
\ sentiment of the Southern
next and sweeter atmospherewill vegetables, for which the demand is large I people. conference to (' : tlll.l'ol'elgn .
There has never been a day of my life, in pervade, a purer the capitol], and that we shall and steady, and its oranges(command 1 higher The colored people are industrious, I bapiiy, ,

public or in private, that I would\ nut ha\e have no\ more investigating. committees price than any others.:' The profit from 1 and contented, and elo not strive for higher
] e grove when onceit has been wages or shorter hours. Many of t hl'l own 'J'Uc labor troubles in France are 11 ended I,
oldest thereafter to the air in both chambers. 1"lorilllrl
bravest far the pollute
the as
MfaI' as:
gone as Of this we .shall he assured if the brought into bearing is said I to he one of the farms in Georgia. and Virginia, work tll the Communist demonstratins in Paris have
or the youngest, in the defence of the best within the reach of the agriculturist, with zl'al. and by
Irt' thlr
nominee of the Cincinnati Convention on 1'lu'ourULtl.t generally and the* political I
l'1'el ullllolu'ti. j
honor of my native :State, and prosperity\ the L'-'d: hist shall be in preparation to take and the cultivation of oranges may 1,1 many masters. In : tl speaker, said
that all that I is wanted to harmony /to sky seems to be tearing up. So says Paris
times increased there and In Alabama with- rl'tor 1
and happiness of the pl'ol'leen'r! [Ap\ possession: of the White" House" on the 4th
t the sections i is t for to
out the market.
March.[ 111811111 what a purified, glistening o\t'r.tocki\1 moTOltlerl )I'1 ,
home. I
nowhere Use for u
I look
plause.] out of visit: tht*, South :; re to
"White House" it will be in Hitch eltr'ly t'ololilertol: tie "Ortuthl'rle
case Oi of and -
:T one seventyninedeaths
When my days are spent, if God! shall give in comparison with the Augicau: stable it grail and t'Ittln crois| til conic olth. Ity mingling together thetitiens 1111.lrt'll
what be done with them I well under of the two set'tlons will soon learn from all causes for the week ending
me consciousness: in my last. hours: and I ]bus been fur t the past twelve '0'1'1\1'11\ : ('al "i very
fchould\ have a request to make of those who That the colored l'itIZl'lI' has u right to i Itooll If Texas alone raised: the crop of to appreciate such either as they 11\1111 d
bis residence whenever and i 'UUOI it is capable of producing, its vivid mud sixteen from '
stand around bedside, would] be toleave change place (It'lthl smal-i{>ox. are reported -
the whole
my to wherever he ,pleases, no one can deny wlul.ll'junl{ 1'101 now produced TlWCAlllXRTAXUTltRllOATKACKWAHIII.NGTO.V from Havana.OrneiVL .
u blessing] upon my children, and bid It is bis inalienable privilege Hilt the motives nt the South. I

them tu love Georgia, defend Georgia and I or inducements fur him to migrate are And yet immigrants .hul the South Mr.( the May Mr. 10.Hade's! -Without c't'l'tol information has been received by
John it is because the old temper 1l'lht'Jof
and fair mutte'rs for inquiry if they are not ostensibly : Drlght 1a1 the National Donrdof Health that the
their grandfather the Haitian !
fctand by Georgia, as free from of the people' continues to exist, and strung interest alt Courtney during
Great and prolongedapplause. presumably suspicion boat race on the Potomac. No event bus month of J\ (' cases of yellow
their father had done [ of undue and injurious influences. unquestionably there is: feeling abroad that i l'ri! Hcvcnty-four
this is the afraid that stirred 1 them so deeply since the appearance' with anti .
case Immigrant are i fever fifty-eight (
.] That the colored citizens" will emigrate of'usHcnave Washington, with his threatening 'Utll.
from the emancipated States theral.t they will not get hospitable treatment at the ( of with eighteen death,
largely as:
the bill regulatingthe demand for Their 'Ul'
the debate Ilal'lfx.
During upon South ; that the put Jlley 1)'II'athlt
educated I, more intelligent amid I ItgllU slavery
all with the American do Cuba.TIIK .
of elections, labor will stand (In of their were oarsman. ucl1rrl'tllt
supervisors way t tlntlju
appointment more selt=reliant, is an inevitable deduction >ualy.
The venerable Richard W.
Messrs. Rollins, Teller and Hoar waved the from their fret condition ; and we may regard They hear from their friends in the authority on maritime affairs Thompson, went several an captain of u vessel: which has arrives!
States of the South which mmaketltemavoid
bloody Mart quite extensively South Carolina the iccent jxiliticttl exodus as the it reports, and they have greater hopes of times to time river to examine the shells in at Cu'nltuwl. from }t'lerarl reports that

and Senator Duller being principal objects shadow Creator has!an, by important distinctions coming of).color event and The of social as well as material advancement in which the race was to be pulled. He ex- on 3th (f .\lri, in latitude 30 north, ,.
denounced the West. It is the old of thathaunts 1 much admiration (or these boats, MI (it) ha raft which
of attack. Senator Dutlerpromptly' constitutional organization made u wide curse slavery I.light i and anti yet capable of longitude west, passed a
"con- marked ditference between the two the South, which is now place under nUllal'uhle. hud l made board of
the speech of the latter as a and great specs! the water. "The navy of apparently >ecn on u
temptible calumny upon the people of his race, which fin: not be bridged over; and" as toward free necessity labor anti proving its hospitality to giveit the futur', I he rcmurke-d to Jemrtney'H maim-uf-war or first-class Ih'ultr. us It wn
"the weaker to time wall, the disposition
:State; which lie would seek another opportunity must remain party goes here !in a condition of the place of honor It deserves. : brother, "wi consist of craft built on jestsech )bolted together not lashed, and that two
negro this .
Savannah Mr. .Fontaine we well know, Hix'aks only I They arc cheap\ afterward lie several dressed
to answer more fully. The inferiority, or move to some other country they can git out of time there clays law corpses
the truth when he that the industrious
describing this where hc'can assert his manhood maintain says anal In white. The > in ondon( lire
.\"eu.', has, Washington letter I I is of no cumbersome top gear on em thl'3'1 newspu| ers
his l4t'lfr't't\ and gradually, but surely immigrant "lr \proper consilcraUol go up any of our We-xtem rivers." inclined to connect the raft seen the 30th
contest, which says' : I in Georgia ; and that .his (I
rise in the social and political wale. Liberia ehII''S
The political debate was at its height, and holds out her hand to him St. Domingo able employment In( that State and in other In Mr.advance Hchurz,theme who is in said honor to have of l(ourtney composed s of April, by the baptaln of a vessel fromIHmeraru

bad humor was uppermost when Senator I invites his attention tu her rich domains and Southern htutea are in many rt'JIt unequaled ending I lu u magnificent triumphal with the missing training .hJ
at the West is A
ton took the floor. He sjHikeery To the other the indisputable. victor.
delicious climate. one or last evening .( The Press Association
reporter lllalla says
briefly denying that there was any hindrance must farmer with alittiecapital has an unexcelled I ICW1l'lllr
I stream of emigration eventuallybe
negro that he was the result vessel saw the same raft and two
South Carolina.On opportunity there utterly
to free bufirage in turned to avoid his natural: subjection to luI.rtlln.\ he Crl"l
said that other :State I hut the South has a prejudice it ; he had |* < ; l acumen in the
the contrary he no the whites on thiscontinent.go where he will. against did not understand the matter and felt IndisI trL'II'tl us navy.
in the Union and certainly not Massachusetts : : This conclusion is no fanciful vaticination, to conquer When (it lias once overcome toned to converse about} it. --. -". -.-
that the of the of settlers )I
where no voters were disfranchised of facts which we tu success companies
but the corollary '''kite in view of the Delphi (Did.) Journal records the*
the t'Cll1l'Utionallluulitkutiol1, could What who will arrive will advertise it advantages Mr, KvarUsaid ; ,
by future
day are our
encounter at no death of Klizabeth: Nrulth'fonnerpp of that
In the I to the line of present ] attitude of the Administration
vote. many more diplomatic
show larger
proportionately the thounfL
a tfllUl't.'t our
people doing ; In the ninety-fourth or her ,
place, year
lost election in South Carolina, l&'JtIlJO'ott'll : agricultural and domestic interest shall not hlul rton wi to pout that wily toward the Canatidian Governmenton "The of this sketch 81l' 'y

ware polled out of 185,000 qualified voters. : materially suffer from It?-, lItUWtJh ,Aeir. Rapid hum1hrUol to the Rutb JUt takeplace the 'jUetlll arising from the fishery of.ntlly.a ,rand: aristocratic subject* family, and was aschoolmate .
Thon he turned the tallies upon Mr Hoar before many yearn, nature btu dispute cow.lat"s complication, '' .
James Ituchanaii and had
made desirable the award of the to Hanlau i of ,
methodsof on some accounts the most
and without imitating the abusive I ( money >
the New England Senator managed to put "I. the history of this country t 110 man, l'ar U the country, and it is yet a thinly )l>cculiarlv unfortunate, not to Hay cxus*,**** (Irtnn. favored would haTe been the lady
of the White House. The wedding clothes
Mr. Hoar in furious pet and set both side has l taken a step that furnishes a parallel tu' III..Itl nbrOJ.\'e I'ork Sua. ratin I mast withhold any definite exireasion -
of the chamber a laughing, by reading a few what General Gordon does to-day. General -- ---. _. --.- { of opinion un to the faulty of that were prepared!, the day was set and |>re|>arntions -

sentences from a letter written by General Toombs, when he was pressed to accept a To Viwcva BY RUL-Tr.vwn in Italy award on the. ground! that we have no dds- made, wlUn. by some ("UI not &.
Washington, after the battleof Hunker Hill, seat in the Senate, was told that there were may hereafter reh crater f Mount inct: legal 4\'ictIH' that the oarsman who v.aled, tho match was broken up by 1 solemn

in which he said the people of Massachusetts, few men in the country who could aspire to Vesuvius by rail, I instead I of suffering tho tnt(,'\'tl ,, ,,, rrnil-was IIIey \pleoVe that neither would ever" marry,-
made the, most indifferent soldiers: he ever such an illustrious office. Yes.' replied the torlt'nt of climbing and Ieingdraggel and us }>polar rumor alleges und not Court- a pledge that, .was. sacredly_ .kept.
MW, declaring then to be both cowardly and kingly oM man, but there are fewer men pushes! u heretofore. At tint tight it may icy himself I on whose claims to the pun 1 -

incompetent} and that they might tight if.: who are big enough to dee line it.: There seem venturesuineoicraUbn. totruvelujMiu technical argument of cIJfittraM. if net A WELTUl'tUti II of Massachusetts
well managed, but as u rule the Massachusetts have been but two Senators in a century a road that is laid on the side and top nf uvokano rcvailing force might 'rCc1't, | rovided 1 used to curry 1 III, now'll dinner service
: > were exceedingly nasty and ( who have retired from the Senate to privatelife ; but there lit. nothing; like getting counsel of turtle-lent ability 1111 tu'uuity li fflnr plate. >toy at the
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dirty. This was a terrible blow at Mr. Hoar by resignation. There i It not one whoever ,. accustomed to danger. There are plenty of were re- lnwlfor that purpose. ( (JtllnlJht, other 1.1 taMe wishes to have speedyrecognition
circumstance that American railroad that have' The Hon. John Sherman said : isny he out 'mort and his
and for a while he seemed at a loss how to J resigned! under approach curn", U.; c'l" ,
reply. Finally he said very sorrowfully and thoe surrounding the present case. bridge* and ruad.Jl. more threatening ia opinion of Haitian's victory I don't plate comes with, al' the old

earnestly that lie. Udie>think it was relevant ,I With five years u( his present term yet to life jyid limb tl,11 VC\U'IUi ever was, (' kloW what you mean I) Haitian's victory tnaiis. hut-.buu3C peue. '.hes.- Vr* j to the discussion of the bill under consideration run-having been elected unanimously: fur when It laid m and Pompeii low Courtney won that Doth myself and <
to bring in Washington's opinion the Mtoncl term-with an unbroken jparty In dust and ashes; yet Jeo.le buy tickets he Hon. William{ Chandler, who were A wni-TiiY manufacturer of Connecticut

of the Massachusetts: people. )Ir. Thurman I at his bock-Idolized by lib ]>esople-the fa (freely, taking only the ptAutitu to ask I if up in a tn-.m the Virginia shore nearly ojt- having built an elegant mansion, and wishing

suggested. that, for that matter, none of the. vorite loon of the South'! beyond compare=:a. the engineer can be tie )Mllte'tle upper end of. AnahstarIsand, to take a see-ond! wife saM to his architect s
'latches of the Republicans had been relH} valued and respected leader in the Senate train. through on time-Xen,, York J Jut (trtntY come jn about thirty lengthsahead ; "Which agrees best with brick all
vuat to the bill, and charged the Rat k-nb1 beloved and! admired by his colleague*-certain -- .. --- rowing about thirty-eight to the min brown stone, a brunette or a blonde?"

. with digging up the bloody shirt and! Haunting of promotion even Veyond the high oflice Oil in Iowa a man was iu the It getting ute. We both started the cry, 'Courtneyiai -
; it sokly fur the of making in>lit- he now holds-General Gordon amid 1 copy of the dl.'f of elivorve from bis the race !I' but the crowd did not take It MB. IlE5itv 11. l'.YyE mentioned+a I,
deal capital for 18HO. This, he said, was the the regrets of the country resigns before he former wife when another fellow came in up.( I the had made Dradley one of the able IVinooratic U etescribc.l us
plain unvarnished truth. After a little more has reached middle! age what most men for a license to marry her, When tho conn- Judge the casting Toe. and then setup the )1 Bseii.Hor of a high forehead. small >1\1.
"juiriuiug the Republicans gave In and! the would toil! and strive through:, a whole life tv clerk had served 'both of them he wUhed an aUu,'+de, they'd the money, whiskers, kindly blue e.e.I handsome ,u" ;

bill was I'aeil by a strict arty vote. time to attain.-Atlanta .1JlUtilulK1rt, IhemJo, They are fools, sir, fuobi '."-I.t York SUM and! an agreeable Iwnntr,


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: rnoJ'U.1 DIS. consequently! a voting savage: ; would 1 give a f'l/ynnxo: Morns.-This is the season when! HOYT
specimen of skill nn the violin instead of 'the moth miller begins to look for a Plate to SAN BO It N& ,

TWO GREETINGS Mon I !'?eur dc' DcrioV lay her (')!j!'. The chrysalis! rolled up (In its J
___ Ole Hull appeared i ; the theatre was brilliantly "wooly" house! made I by the moth worm SECOND STREET, NEAR CENTRE,
1. illuminated. He perceived! ) the scrutinizing last summer, now comes forth with wings, '

Out of the deep, my child, out of the deep, looks! of ladies nearest to him! ; one and N called the moth miller. This miller WJloU\U: AXli: RETAIL
Where all that was to ho In all that was, of them, who watched him i Very closely immediately( seeks n mate, and after flying
Whirled for n million mOils thro' the vast through: her opcra-gla' s, !smilingly whispered about for a few days' will crawl under the GROCERS SHIP: CHANDLERS :
Waste! a multitudinous-eddying, ;light to her neighbor, with mocking mien, ('ll c41crark carpet on the floor or through ,
Out of the doer, my child, out of(he deep! about the dillcrcnt manners of the artist.He s! i {in the .door of the wardrobe, ,
Thro' nil this changing. world of changeless I looked at his clothes, und in the strong: where the swallow-tail coat hang",!;! or into ASI DE.1 .Efl+ IX ..tr I Ir
law blaze of light they Appeared rather the worse the closet where the furs are l"ut> away, or .* *.
And every, phase of evcr-hightening life, for wear The lady: made her remarks about into the corner nuiong the woolen" rnh'. She 'oisxl ("OATS fnitiCKl I i I.IMK: I I KTC';:j jII
r \Vi r ( I I r I
.\tHll1ine long! months of antenatal gloom, them and her smile pierced hi.'Crv heart.He is not particular, provided the "place is dark J l t J -J t-
With this last moon, this crc.'Ieent-hcrlnrk had taken no \\ithhimwhich he and secluded\ and not likely to be disturbed. > /It orb could give the orchestra He! was, consequently She now begins to lay her eggs, attaching \f
Touched with earth's light-thou comcst, obliged: to play without accompaniment them here and there to the fibre of the wool, --- ,
hoy ; but what !should he play? 'I will where the worm as he comes! forth from the
t Our darling own ; a babe; in lineament and limb give theni the fantasias' which at this moment egg can find good feeding ground. This A LAUGH: : STOCK OF FlTKNITUIlti ALWAYS: OX HAND. I

Perfect, and prophet of the perfect man ; cross!! my mind I'! And he played im worm, in turn, shears the nap very close!\ as -' .- -- ,
Whose face and form are hers and mine in provisory! remembrances of his own life- he makes: his road along the clotli. feeding
one, melodies from his soil ; it was as if every and growing on the oil or dirt which he yAKLLFGTON NURSERIES.

( Indlssolubly married like our love ; thought, every feeling, parsed through the find, and, afterwards using!\ the fibre to roll
Live and be happy in thyself, and serve violin and revealed itself to the audience. tip another house, inside of which he changes ,
This mortal race thy kin so! well that men "The most astounding acclamations resounded into chrvsalis to hibernate, until another -- I
May bless thee as we bless the<>, 0 young through the\ house Ole Hull was! Season The destruction caused by these !
lifeBreaking called forth again and again They still desired little pests can only he counted by millions TK01MCAL mid NEMI-TK01ICAIj: Fltl'IT TREES: ROSES, 1>ECII: >- Ai(I I
with laughter from the dark, and a new improvisation. He then addressed )'C'arh'1111 are the plague of every house .
may !' himself to that lady whose mocking keeper. Unless: you hermetically seal acaskor DOES mind IVIK: : <;KIIsmti: its amid .'i.ou IKI\: <; IAXTS.
The fated channel where thy motion lives smile' had met 'him on his appearance, und box, you can scarcely keep the miller out ro.
lie prosperously shaped, and sway thy asked" for a theme to vary. She gave him as !she will crawl through a good-sized pin-
course one from 'Nornia.' He then asked two hole. Therefore we must use something offensive

Along the years of haste and random youth other ladies, who chose one from 'Othello' < and the writer has found\ nothing ) NEW AND CHOICE VARIETIES Mudded Orange Tree MADE A SPECIALTY.
Unshat red, then full-current thro full and one from 'M Oscan'' Nov l thought he. effective and so cheap as petroleum paper, or
;k'I man if I take all three, unite them! with each other even the common tar-roofing paper will an- -- Ii

i And last in kindly curves, with gentlest fall, and form one piece, I shall then flatter! each swer. How to use it : Buy your paper in '
_4 x By quiet fields slowly-dying power of the ladies, and perhaps- the compositionwill rolls, cut it into sections long enough to .7H3Send for Descriptive Catalogue ..
To that'last+ deep where we and thou are produce an-effeet. Ie'did so. Powerfully cover inside, the bottom and the sides, and ALBERT I. IHDWELL.
; still. as the rod of the magician the bow lap over the top of the box. All of the inside J
II. glided across! the strings while cold drops of of the box must be (covered and on the 1 tf JACKSONVILLE, FLA.:
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inside this
)perspiration trickled down his forehead. of again place wrapping paper, so --
1. There" was fever in his blood ; it was Iif as to prevent contact of the nice clothingwith R. ]1. HENDERSON, : O. S. OAKES,
't Out of the deep, my child out of the deep, the mind would free itself from the body ; the petroleum paper. Use a large box- I _
From that great deep before our world beWhereon lire shot from his eyes ; he felt himself'! almost l- no matter about being very tight, as the pa- TVTANUFACTURINO AND: FURNISHINGUNDERTAKER AND BUILDER, 't
gins! swooning ; yet a few bold strokestheywere per will cover the holes-and pack in all CONTRACTOR
the Spirit of God moves as He his last bodily powers. your woolens and furs, filling it full. Bring MAXUFACTfRES: : j
will- Flowers and wreaths from the charmed the up which has been hanging over ,
+ Out of the deep, my child, out of the deep, multitude fluttered about him, who, exhausted the sides of the box and let it cover the MOULDINGS, BRACKETS: SAWED AND '
From that true world within the world we by mental conflict and hunger, was whole, so that the miller cannot enter the FIFTH ST., FERNANDINA, FLA. TURNED BALUSTERS, NEWELS,
see, nearly fainting. He went to his home accompanied box without crawling over the petroleum STAIR KAILS, WOOD EAVES-
Whereof our world is but the bounding by music Before the house paper, which Ihewilt never do. Nail on the TROUGHS, SHEATHING: ,
shore sounded the serenade for the hero of the cover of the box and your clothing is safe 1VEATI IER110ARD-
Out of the deep, Spirit, out of the deep evening who, meanwhile, crept up the dark for three years, if you want to leave it that ISO AND FLOOR
With this ninth moon that sends: the hidden and narrow staircase, higher and higher, long. I have ulecllt in this way for the last ING.
sun into his poor garret, where he clutched the ten years and have packed more than a
r ])own yon dark sea thou coined, darling water jug to refresh himself. thousand cases of woolen goods, and can assure Stair and Church: Work
t boy. 1V men all was silent the landlord come the reader that this is a specific againstthe
) 2. to him, brought: him food and drink, and ravages of moth. It is much cheaperand A SPECIALTY

i i For in the world which is not ours, They gave him a better room. The next day he docs not evaporate like camphor, amid ..
S" 1 !said! was informed that the theatre was at his service the carbolic acid in it seems to act like an DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF
r, Let us! make man," and that which should and that a concert was to be arranged l antiseptic on the animal fibre of the wool to ALL SIZES
: 4 be man. for him. An invitation from the Duke of preserve' it and make it healthful. I have METALLIC CASES, WOODEN COFFINS Post Office Box 174.

II From that one light no man can look upon, Tuscany next followed\ and from that moment sometimes thought that it was the partial AND CASKETSsIII1'E : jan4 _Fernandinu, :Fla."
-i Drew to this shore lit by the suns and ifiime and fame were founded for Ole decay of the wool that attracted the moth

d moons Bull." as they usually first seize upon the 5uIcdparts \ METAL: AND SILVER: PLATED ,\. R. NOTES: ,
And all the shadows 0 dear Spirit 1 half- of c1othin .-Cor. rhitmlrtjilila Tinifs./
WHY is the whole human race so greatly TRIMMINGS
{ lost interested in these contests of physical! endurance \'Ai.i'EOFAIoToa'XSEmmyicF:.-wnscalled.
In Chino shadows and. this ,
fleshly sign
own : and competitions of nerve and muscle at midnight to visit gentleman/ : who hud ON
That thou art thou-who wail('!>t being jZB-CONSTANTLY; : 1IAND.-rrZ
because returned from late dinner where he
In man and beast ? Is it we can Just a DEALER IX
born all feel a common sympathy and desire to succeeded by hasty eating in lodging a
And banished! into invis'iblo mystery, and the pain ('xl''lln these things? People go wild over large bone in his throat. 1 provided my Provision, Liquors"" Etc.AUKXT .
Of this divisible
1 Indies, wlI-hl'c1I1nc1 dressed and
selt'with emetic of preservcluntil
the struggles; of their respective champions, nn a pair o-sophagus
Among the numerable-innumerable in boat race a walking match or'o. shooting forceps und other paraphernalia de-signed! l to burial, with or without the use of ice.
t m Sun, sun, and sun, thro' tinltelnlnitC'lpace\ match. The fact that a national champion give him relief, and hurriedly repaired to Remains exhumed and placed in cases I for B. '
mortal veil
In finite-infinite time 1.0ws.
has! pulled a few feet ahead on a watercourse his room. 1 found him pacing up and down removal
I ;v And shattered fantom of that Infinite Ope, of live miles or so' or that a compatriot t the floor with look of intense' distress and Telegraphic, orders: promptly attended to.STICEETV .
Who made thee
_+ i uneoncelvably thyselfOut has walked n few extra miles more than anxiety occasionally running his fingers .
J of Ills whole World-self and all in 1\11- down his, throat und He 3';.3m
foreigner in a given; time, or that our : gagging; told me CENTRE STREET,
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hive thou, and of the grain und husk, the thousand in tones of that )he it '
countryman in shooting' yards: despair, thought/!: was !
grape hnsnpprnarhl'cll\ hair-breadths. nearer all up with him, but hl'.rgecllllt"; if the least : & UROTIIER, 52: tf FERNANDINA FLA. I
choose and still
AnlIvyb'rry ; depart the centre of target, bus been the cause of glimmer of hopu remained, to proceed litonl' ,
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From death to death, thro' life and life, and had in efforts to relieve him. He
more rejoicing than if n great poet excelled my extravagantly -
? findNearer all the singers of the world, or great; declared the generosity! of "T1ERNANDINA; )) FLORIDA, WILLIAM F. WOOD, Jr., ", "" -'
and even nearer Him who wrought begot the vividness! his fears:
painter had surpassed nil\ previous' efforts of spirit by that
i Not Matter, nor the Unite-infinite, genius. The achievement has wider appreciation. he would give million dollars to have: that / 1 ENERAL: NEWSDEALER: .
I But this main miracle that thou art thou ,
I d All humanity, cultured and ignorant ;- fish-bone removed. I assured him that suchcases '! 1.'il'Fl"lTRtIt.111: ) DKALEKS
II t w I With }power! on thy own act and on the can appreciate! excellence in physical I- were frequent and ordinarily not attended BOOKSELLER, STATION,
prowess, glory in its achievements, and with much !danger, bef irc proceed .
TIII IIl' I.\N'CItY. failures hut to out for relief. His fears Stores, Ileatersand Ranges. ,
-c i grieve over its ever narrowing curry measures: : Dealer in Fuiicy Article" ,
I. circles alone\ are interested in the triumph of underwent some diminution on the strength
the mind. The champion prilC'-ti hlt'r is a of this!>, and he then declared that fifty thousand CENTRE STRKKT: FERVANDINA
Hallowed bo Halleluiah I FLA.
Thy name- TIN ,\:-SHEET: IRON WARE: l, ,
::1 Infinite I lealityIlmmeasurttble 1 greater man to more people than any other dollars would no more than repay the .
hen, unless it lie n renowned chieftain to skill and art required; to extricate the unwelcome -
i Infinite Reality! ;; which his trade somewhat akin. Especially intruder. I !smiled, and proceededto l Shelf Papers, Picture Frames Brackets,
; Personality {introduce the but after several ROOFING AXO GUTTERING. Lamns, Croquet Sets, Hand Glares; Combs
I Hallowed be Halleluiah I is this so if he contests with an alien forceps, \ ,
t Thy name- Then the element of patriotism, comes in, attempts failed to grasp the bone His:, fears: Brushes, etc. Pujieteries in fl'lIt'lIriety..
} II.We and with the thought that our man is the again induced him to mention a fabulous Also tcwlllll1clune Needles Oil, etc .
the sum as: the meed of the service' that would Clipper Inkstands!, 75 cents.
1L. feel we arc nothing! -for all I is Thou and hest mauler comes in congratulatory re- Just received of .
large consignment
the of his terrors. I then -a -----
1 in Thee; 11t't.t0Ithut! our country 1'11\ better country, expel object : gave
,i ir We feel we are something-that also has I and our people able to conquer; all\ others.To him the emetic, its distressing effect causing I'toThe- "COOK'S JI':WEI4" is appropriately ANGEL .V FRIEND,
come from Then ; bo the first man in the world in anythingis his: generosity; to rise' baronietric-like, to avery

((1 { "'e are nothing, O Thou-but Thou will\) marked distinction. Men even have high pressure. In a little while the named-it is:, a jewel. We will not T>AKERS AND CONFECTIONERS:
help us! to be. >lumed themselves on being" the greatest emetic disburdened him of the greater part ,
Hallowed be Thy name-Halleluiah 1 iars. The desire to be the most renowned of his dinner, und with it up came the fishbone bo timl'rsmld.l CHOICE
t ? Alfrtd Teiniywn.MISCELLANEA. of robbers has set many a man in the highways lie gave a sigh and look of relief I

r -, and the horriblehankering to do some and solemnly looking toward me said, "Doc ly SECOND ST., OPPOSITE 1'. 0. Groceries, Cigars mud Tobaccos
tor 1 wouldn't have that in throat ,
rarely and repulsive and bloody ('rimc'lm.4 thing my -- -- --
'q : ? inspired! murderers without number. :Men: ( again for five dollars!I" My I fee eventuiillvresolved II. I:. DOTTERER: ,
-Seecvss-Mans Christian love to mark their individuality. To write itself into the valuable experience'! TOYS AND' FANCY ARTICLES.: ;
t : their names in characters of some sort! above that the occasion afforded, me.-Nrw York .
7 Andersen: gives entertaining account -
very the wash of that great wave of oblivion Jfnlicnl llteord. FLORIDA Weddings, Entertainments '
of Ole Hull's first success in public asa TjiERNANDlNA, and Picnics,
which will drown 'out all the common factors old 1 : furnished at the shortest notice ut rock-bot
violinist f' lie arrived in Bologna Italy, AN minister in Scotland had the habitin : ,
in 1831, penniless, und! took room in a gar- in.the sum of humanity.SOMEWHKKK teaching his people. of expounding, the HEALEK IX tom prices!, atANGEL'S

f F; d rett. It was already the second day that he ; about 3,000 workmen, 000 or Scriptures, book by book and chapter by BAKERY,
1.- .i. had scarcely tasted food. The water jug and TOO wagons! seventeen or eighteen locomotive chapter ; and of course the gotnl mamsometimes : Flue FnmmmI1 Groceries Centre Street,
!. the violin were the only two things that engines, three steam 'mmi -ies," and a came to passages hard to be understood _5i__ 0pp. old I'. O. Buil ing. Ir':\
t : cheered the young and suffering artist. He great quantity of minor machinery various His way of getting over u difficulty AXI ;; ::
"begun to doubt whether he wits really in kinds have been engaged since 1875' at was very convenient, to say the least of it. TRY tA tip
; jio.'se.ssion of that talent with which God! the southeast etldof London in a work com Ho would say; "No doubt; my Chrtstian PROVISIONS.Customers ,. ,-
nad endowed him. 'l'helallle evening a pared' with whit-hI;the building of the pyramids brethren, there I Is a great difficulty Jrere, us .. '
great concert was to be given ut the principal I : -with inodern apl'lIull'l'IIwoultlia'o all the commentators that; W. 1.0IDIX'8" ::alS
t ', theatre. :The house was tilled to over i been no very signal teat Hitherto the one so let' us look the diflleultty boldly in the

hawing, the Grand Duke of Tuscany was in entrance to the, Victoria Kicks from theThames face, aiulr-pass on!" : : can rely upon getting CHOICE ,

the royal box ; M'mo Malihran and M. do bus been from Hlaekwall's Point, 't--., .."T"n' _. ..........- -o'.UIOUS-.
J Bmot were to lend their able assistance in but now there; luclock capable"of receivingall GOODS, asNOTHING a I' I
the 1'4.'rformalweof j e\"rull.ll'\'It. The concert vessels; no matter what they'.might lie.Tbreo MASON 10.There will ben regular com Prepared Flour.
of Amelia bilge' Xn.4';
been ,
/ was to commence but matters lookedinauspicious and four miles: of walls have
-the manager's htar was not in built, inclosiiu ninety acres of water. These F" it A.. M., on Monday' evening, June BUT THE: FINEST: BRANDSare --
the a. t'11l1unt-11.: de lieriot had! taken umbrage walls"\: ,are forty feet high, five feet thick at 21st at 7io'eltxkFimrp\ 1 ran-ient brethrenare
und refused to play, the top, and eighteen feet to nineteen fcvt fraternally invited to attend. v ONLY FIVE CENTS PER POUND.
thick at the bottom the whole of this enormous W. F. !SCOTT, W. M. .
.\11 was: trouble-and- confusion on the i kept in stock. .
stage, when, in the''[dilemma, this wife of mass being composed of solid concrete, -Jour A. WHITNEY, Secretary.oyp-- --...
Rossini, the composer, entered, and in the for which 80,000 tons of Portland cement 's0. ATsPLENDID OFFER. '8O. G. F. VERY,
i midst of the manager's distress related thut have been used t1ome1,000,000' cubic feethave C-tf AT OLD I'. 0. BUILDING

on the previous evening, as, she passed been dug out. It may assist the imagi- FLORIDA MIRROR
through one of the narrow streets she had nation somewhat to state that if it were TIlE ajid the MRS. ANNE CLARKE,
f, ; I suddenly stopped ou hearing the strange filled into ordinary' ..carts the "l'nieles'oulcl LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL
t tones of instrument which certainly resembled form an unbroken line 7,000 miles long.
(Weekly) one for $!.ro.
I those or a violin but yet beemed to The excavations have gone through a sub year LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES. THIRD ST., BET. CEXTRE A ALACHUA,
Two for little than the
anted and other curiosities papers more priceof
l he different. She had the landlord of I11'rgt'ftr t. among
the house who it was that lived in the attie dug out have been a reindeer's horn, a Ro- one. Send us $ .M and receive your CARRIAGES AND WAGONSTo FERNANDINA, FLA.,

whence the ,sounds proceeded, and he had man vase and what is supposed to be an ancient home paper with the COURIER-JOURNAL, and from Steamers and Trains.
the best brightest and ablest
replied that it was a young man from the British canoe, carved out of solid oak. family weekly DEALER IN THE
North of Europe, and that the instrumenthe The latter is now in the British Museum. in the country. 40 2t CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.

played was.certainly a lyre; but she felt CAUUUT IN His OWN CAKVET CLUSiThe :&.- IIOn-\CE DRE:", FOR SALE; Choicest! Fruits and Vegetables! ,
assured that it could not be HO; it must Elizabeth Jouriuil says; If the story
either be a new sort of an instrument an could be told as rej>orted, would be funny, CONFECTIONERIES, Etc
artist who knew how to treat his instrument jut as gestures uggestions: and explana- Wholesale and Retail CARTS AND WAGONS.

in an unusual manner. At the same time ions must be left out, the story loses: half its ttrTERMS CASH.-tt Bliss'!!! Garden Seeds, Flowers, Farm and
abe said that they ought to send for him, InU>I't't't. In plain words, the proprietor of a T>OOKS, STATIONERY: Garden
' and he might perhaps: supply,the place of canx/l-beating machine in this got in it .U ;irOffice and Stable-First Street, near Implements. 7 tfW.

Monsieur de Beriot oy playing the pieces a few days since, and while dtri lere, the Broom, Street Wharf. 49-tf
' that must otherwise be wanting in the even thing got started. All efforts to stop it, or And MUSIC, ----- ---- --- K. RAUKNIGIIT,

ing's entertainment. N to get out, were unavailing. The poor man J.iMESIieGiFFIN, AOEST,

( This advice was acted upon and a messenger was: rolled, tumbled shaken, beaten on all 59 Wn.rr.lt\T I STBET, WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL
t was dispatched to the street where sides, whipped, scrubbed, brushed and most plONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
j( Ole Hull eat in hi* attic. To him it was a thoroughly cleaned anti renovated and made BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER,

1 message from heaven Now or never, perfectly free from dust,*mutlms and all extraneous JACKSONVILLE.FLORIDA.. Alachua Street, between Second and Third, ANDDealer
thought he, and 111 nd exhausted, he took carpet: destroying elements. When In lee
hU violin under hisarm and accompanied at length he jjjot out-with very vivid re\'(>l- FERNANDINA, FLA.
the messenger to the theatre. Two minutes ectioiis of,his boyish days-he concluded TENNESSEE BEEF.SlECI.LTY
after his arrival the manager, informed the he machine was: a great .deal better than ho Orders and estimates front a distance carefully BROOM STREET WHARF,

assembled audience that a )'OWlgorweg w, ever thought it was j d School Books a HlteC"laU1' attended to. 25-tf 19-tf FERNANDINA. }'L.rwui .\.

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II. J. ltAKiit A itltl21 /.. L.I\lt: Ifti\IKTtttlXT, ulnrity of growth resulting, the subsequent if o usr.no T.it K.vo irr.i:n at:.
TT: I cultivation greatly facilitated. l'hn'tuuoleof I

1.5 t ,,', llifl<1 11tlf if "'ill !,r i>f g,'e'tl lifurft. tit //lfOl" preparing the recd: which, it (is understood, SOFT soap) should be kept\ In a dry place: in
of'hr miller: to "" //1.1/! 'iiieiim't; iitrornultiorl; will be patented, is: as follows ; The seed I Is: the cellar, and not used till t three months old.i .

i Ij : ; IVnrl SI.. XfM York mi tlif tuliju't! of Irtiiilii hi Ifii Stole: of! v'/rot/ placed in nn earthen or tlC'I'I! : ol nnd or- 1'11i.iN lI s i that have \been smoked by u kefoseiie --=-
r/rM."('*. '/nlitrtinaMf,', ('f.'., "'' lutlf in nrri" dinarv sulphuric acid poured\ over so IH to lump should bo washed olf with soil.i I II
annhrrtrrnir n liriff: fixtee to thin .II'i"/! completely! cover it. It is:' then stirred until water.CvvrxxK.
the brown !
t'Rr.-tm'TIS or Lxxrw.-The laws: of the acid is poured off to h"1"I'
',, ': g e.'J .r.r A, 1.\St'\(1'tJnr.: OF Tinted :States allow t prc"mption pihilcgcito seed wa: hed till all acidity disappears\ from same remedy l is: good also for mice.
the water, and dried! .11ury,1' quantity} is to
L $ enter oll'ered and uuotlered lands, nod bo thus prepared and distributed nllollg'ot. 'rR-iITt'm: needs cleaning ns much m t \ .

111'ollllny of the un urveycd lauds, belonging! ton planters: for next season. Thencidafter other woodwork. It may bo washed with I t. 'I

ra I/It1tEti'Cld'V: : to the t'tiitcd States to which the Indian ti- it has hl'l':1IUI'Iurnl.t; or exhausted, is to warm soap-snds, 11uicklywiped\ dry nnd then' 1 tt.
r 1 rubbed with nn oily loth.,
be experimented with to ascertain whether \ 'I
.1 tie is extinguished.
the glucose cannot be recovered. Experiments : OVHMC ix L,\WJM.Apply salt at the rate I', ;I
L> "Olfl'rl'll" lands im lands: which, nlHer being arc also to ho Instituted with u viewto of tw'nt\.t1\'e bushels per m're. Two applications P..u

,. Ague Cure duly surveyed and pl.it ted.! h.i\e beer ascertain practicability\ of the process! 'in spring nod fall, will kill the t.: 'I m
as applied to seeds slow germination! !Michas > Std produce n luxuriant ''growth nt'i i',
onv\: ncr.i: : nAM in:. after proclamation: by the 1 President of tin garlic i lr
that of the which takes three ,
palm years grass. I 1' II
United States and tine notice gin'IlOn"'fl.1nt
'. Is! a purely vegetable bitter and powerful ty !'l'ront-.lr", MIIUf'11I1'I1', A :MCK soft Soap for washing dishes can J bosen I'1
tonic ami I N warranted n PlPf't.tTand public sulo to the highest bidder( at the Fin' TKKKS I/ A correspondent i ml !by blueing in an old dish: (and occasionally 1'. M
ir ON vw.vs.-
: certain cure for Fever and Ague, ('hills! (Under Formula Hd'i.,Forrester..) Ijitid Ortice of the district in which they anMtttAted. in the (iiinlcnrr'n Chronicle propounds\ ( : the adding" water) nil the scraps and bits l

Fevet': 1. This i Is for most part a mere form, qnotion} why fruit trees are not more gcncrally of hard soap which are too small to use for V'1.

but essential iu under to the lauds !ill planted on lawns and in instead washing.!
"ii i ; Periodical or IMIioiis Fever, and nil : put gardens, '
;:4:i:' malarial disorders. In miasmatic: districts market for alllh''l'Til'tion1or entries of purely ornamental I trees, The idea To fttiflen! a crtipo! wail always) keep it folded :: ;:'

:.,)!li! : the rapid pulse coated< tongue, thirst' Pronounced by Orange. : Growers the very t'l\oTl'rt'll1an! ,t lauds which alt houglu seems to prevail that fruit trees must he confined null pressed under heavy book, and p' ;1'
+:" lassitude:' loss of appetite, 'pain in the hadejN /; I to this orchard or kitdl11T11t'n'; yet when it looks grey take alcohol enough to q I'
:' and loins, and coldness of the spine andy ;: surveyed and platted, have not been so offered what can bo more 1 beautiful than the pale wet it thoroughly; theft"'!shake it Cary( fold it ': ;t.

extremities are only pronionitions of ". ut public' sale, and which in conxequeuco pink and white of the apple blossom\ the nicely nnd press .' '. at',
severer .symptoms' which terminate iu tin cash pure white of the dll'l'n.l11\ll pear' and the ofh1'11I11111011t the size of a billiard ", al,
Best Mniinre for hue Oriiiigo. Troc aio not subject to entry by en 4Lnn'
'f ague paroxysm, succeeded by high fever ) deep rose of the peach (Cherry trees literally hall, tlt'll11' in u linen bag and placed in .try

and piufusu perspiration.( tIt tries., white with blossoms\ : nre' of no raresight :\ thin !pot In which greens are boiling will at'.
"i is: a startling fact that quinine ardem'e '". t'nsurveyed lands tire such as( hate lICIt and what is! moroj harming llinn the absorb the !pises' which oftentimes: send such :\I.

anti other }poisonous minerals: form the ,'. bwn either, surveyed or platted, in full "r )graceful: branches clad, it spotless purity :an unpleasant odor to the regions above. .at'_
basis: of most of the :' Fever and Agun1'r'r11arations"Spcclfles't Then( too, the ripe fruit in thick dusters: ,
and perhatnut) : at all ; such lands are often oecupicd them I is less to the A M< !sorts of vessels and utensils! may itt'I
ill- yrnlul, upon no )pleasing eye trykind
Tunics," in the market. *Thc preparations ED IIEs'I'1IC's: Ct1I'LITC: )I.\- for nuiny y ears before they fomo !ntmirket. < than gratitv'ing1olie( tnstc.! There nro many purified' from loug-rrtnincii m'lhtf every: M,
inada from thesd ''liiheral.1 ixrfsons, oil which in yard's in the isiest and most perfect manner
;1' The object of preemption to Mcure >- varieties tree.s arc planted u_
although .,hey are palatable, and mar M'ur.s.: and t.tWll:4 which !have no more sightly appearance ) by rinsing tht'1Iout well with charcoal powder
break the chill, do not cure, bTit leave the a prior right to purchu.sc the land: : than an apple tree without t Its: after the grosser! impurities have been M.

malarial aud their own drug poison In ( ) when they become subject to entry. wealth or fragrant/ 1 bloom, or its showers of scoured off with sand and water. JI..

the system, producing quinism, dizziness, ,The privilege; of preemption, ) i is restri1'lctl' luseious fruit. On the continent, fruit" trees To) CI.KVSSR: JFWFI.\t\-tT\ hot water and ::

,,\, ringing in tho ears, heac al'lu"'erti o, and Tor. EVMIV: FVRM Cnor, to heads: "f families: widows or single\ ]>ersons are planted along/ the sides of highwavs ami a clean hrl1h.; rub a very little soap on the' I'
; other disorders moro formidable than the lanes, and (the fIIIt'lll'l'tlltlll'l', (is look 'l\\ upon brush! then dip it into powdered borax and ;at'
'1ff disenso they were intended to cure.Asst's over the n"C! twenty-one, who nri mill rub
: as common 1"1'1'1'1\" ', provided thetravelerdocs scour! well ; rinse in hot water, dry iI-
.j ,. Act r: Cnn: thoroughly eradicates of the Tutted States who lu .. towel chamois Is better; silver -
citizens or :\\'e< not trespass! for it. E"I'II'hl'lII11'h.: ofcities with Menu or ; y"

'if'i" und these ul\vays noxious cure.sptlw pol'lonfrom: : .severest.case's.the; system, ,It,, Prepared: on scientific principles to produce declared their (.intention\ to 1)1'I'OIlH iiti/ens, and largo towns, where but 11 few feet, bungles: nro brightened quickly 'In the t c

x.jq contains! no "quinine\ ( mineral\ or 'rtn/ thing as required, !by the laws relative to natural! 1)t'bunt tire allotted to each: homo, and where, Salute way '
: that' could. iujuro tin ,iuot delicate pay large yield Il'I'r acre. one would Mii'po"e that each Inch of )IIOIIJ'wil1lt > To WASUSTUVW II,MS.-Use lemon juice ;
4', ; f tii'ntj'nnd( ; its: crowning'excellence:; abovt z lion, It I Is applicable! to nlternnto sections \ be made available, the, front ynrdsaroplanted and suit nnd lay in the hot sun to blench. I
: '," its certainty to cure, is that it leaves the on the 1 lines of railroads at the rate of two with evergreen trees, or purely ornamental Straw fl.s' wellM woolen and\ other goods,on nbo -

:, t': system as free from disease; as: before tin dollars anal till f: cents: per acre; and whei :shrub! to the itt her cxc hisit'm of blenched in a tight box or barrel, with the

j-' attack I > settlinient ha\e been made prior to location 111'1'11'\ pear or plum) treeV: -any of which' fumes of burning sulphur. Suspend' the
a /, For Liver Complaints, Avru's Aces: .\u<0'1)K) ,\tEKSi i IN ,\ bo far preferable, in every respect. goods\ nnd place n pun of live coals, with the t.
.J'A..' CUK, !ly. direct artion( on tho liver and t of railroad: l gives a light of entry nt' sulphur over them, on the floor beneath ; ..

) binary\ apparatus, drives out the ]>oisonwhich ( AGRK't'LTURAL $t.'J. pvr acre. Vhnirruii.K;. FIMIII fou I'ofi.Tiiv.Any of close the box tight. ..
( (, produce! these complaints, and stimulates the roots -II-C: )potatoes/ ,. rutabagas: turuijis,
r If desires to t "ollcred' INVUIOKVTINU 11.\T1I.-\
a jtaity : |1'1':1111'1| on boiled aiid mixed with To I'ltKrviiK AN: :
.' the system to a vigorous: healthy carrot, dl'-whl'lI : .
condition.Vo SULPHATE: AMMONIA) land- he miwt file in the l and Olllre of tin corn and rye int-iil.\ make an excellent Iind teaspoonful or more powdered box thrown

\ warrant it when taken according; to district his declaratory Mutcmcnt as to tin economical daily food (for poultry.' In this into the bath tub while bathing will communicate ,0'.
'. "': directions.' NITRATE: : SODA:: of hit .settlement within form fow, Is arc loud( of the diet, and I It work!) n/ velvety softness to the water and at
fact thirty day; \erykindly with t ht'1I1.tnst experienced the sumo time invigorate: und rest the buth- .

Y from the date of M-ttlcment, and within otu breeders think it to dole out dry cr. Persons troubled with nervousness or
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. necessary this kind bath
wakeful nights will of
year from the date of settlement must: appear grain only lotheir chicknsgeueruiv) whole '

a::i Practical and Analytic-ill CheiuUtu, SULPHATE: OF POTASH. before the Hegi.ster: and Receiver and corn, from year's end I to year's: cml. And a great benefit. f
where largo numbers fowls lire kept it Is: CAUPETS: should. he thoroughly 11eatl'tt on
,< Lowell Mass. make of bis actual resilience, and
$ proof
und then thu
troublesome to the side first on right
NITRATE: : OF) POTASH: often considered too supply wrong :
i'y SOLD nr ALL ucibisr; Evenvtt: 'acfE. ('IIIIi\ltiollofothe tract and for the land fowl stock which bo removed by use of
__ pay ('ook.l'I'It'tllhll'iI for the theory after spots may
; MURIATE: [ : OF) POTASH in <'a.h or by land warrant, agricultural college feed h.v.stem being the handiest. of course. ox gall or ammonia water. If paper bus
"'.,I '" 'LAC1 Q 'J or other scrip receivable for Innd\ +. Hut! there; is nothing that is so great a help to been laid under the carpet, nil dust may be
i till! poulterer, first and last cither in I the easily: removed with (it without rinsing tinY
PVD1N I tTI.I'II.TJ.1.j' : : JII.l'I.I'I.TI'::: .\
When the land sl.ttlelloll ha" not Itt'I'llllf- cost or through the benefits to he derived to The warmth of floors is greatly' increasedby

.,.. ;. CAN BB MADS ANY:V R STBKNOIU OKTI;; HARD.Ultimo. LUI fcreil at public sale the settler has three the stink, as a regular feed every day of having carpet lining or layers of paper
,;; ,. Twice A* Loso.Ilieasei months instead of thirty days within whirl cooked vegetables. We llIl\'otrie.l this( practically under it.

) Coral witioat Bragging the fijiUa. Sh'lt.nI'.r..., Ground Itoiic. to make his declaratory: statement, and thirty t for years, and we havo found it highly DII. J. N. FAKHKU of New York, in a paper '
:,.i.. cvan advantageous: ,as: compared with any other contributed to the trulludioUII of the
months within which to pay for the land. mcthoilof There other kinds of
feeling are interesting
'f, Chills and Fever, tyT American Dental Association! gives"some -
t When settlements made on uusurveyolands \egetablcs, also: which are cite as valuable \ statements as to the direct benefits

:" Liver Complaint, wAOY / \ settlers arc rctuircd| to make their! as are the roots mentioned for use among of having sunlight in living rooms.: He
Dyspepsia, ncyoue among poultry' in their season. The leavesof found that when thu sunlight fell directly
PAD. Our circulars give full )particulars, and nrl'maill'll declaratory statements within three months' !
Kennies, r' l free to ail applicants. They will interest turnips) or carrots, raw cabbage at anytime upon him while nt work his health sensiblyimproved
.r-r.1[' Nervousness iI'pm are interested in Agriculture after the date of the receipt at the Distric! of the year, green corn III the car, etc., ; while, when operating In a room
or Orange Culture. l.Vtim [.and Ollie of the al'prov1ll'lllt of the township may bo given to the poultry freely, nnd those with northern exposure, his health proi (>rtionntcly -

Rheumatism, n ____ ._ __ embracing claims and to Make will all be relished.: Hut if at least onehalfof declined.
Costiveness their all the food given them be of some "sort of
TIII: 1.nnJ\ proof of settlement and payment within \"( l'tahh' and green, fowls will constantly: be To CLKVNSU 1 FK.\TIIEKH.-:Mix n gallon ofwater
Female of lime let it
'tA with
thirty I months thereafter. found\ in better thrift and in liner condition pound quick ;
stand for hours! then oil'the
\f ukness, T AND AM f) IMMIGRATION() COMl'A'Y II two or more settlers on tntsnrvcyvvl than when fed in any other way.-l\mltry clear\ water twenty-four and pour it over the pour/feathers

Sick &: NenoniflesJache. land are proved' to be resident upon or lard, In a tub. There should be enough wnter to

) ''b_ OFFERS: to have valuable improvements upon the PUKSEUVINO:- 11.01':11:4oS": J.'anIT.-1"rult cover them three or four inches deep. (Let 1

These Parts Cure all Disease /bKorption.. No and (lowers! may be preserved from decay tlll'lIIsonk for three or four days, then drain
Nox bus I'ill"..Os,! ,nr PoliwnoMMedicinean-Uk-n!! same smallest! legal MihdivUIon) they may and failing by Immersing them iu a solution well and rinse! them In fresh water. When
Intnthn!Stomach. The l'n''' make joint entry of such tract and separate ofguni ,\rallll'IIIIII water two or three times, dry )tmt the feather into bags!and beat them
of am the LITer end covering Stomach.the lireat A gentle Nerve V"(-'rote.stihle. entries of the residue of their claims. waiting a mittlcicnt time between each Im- until light and lively.TIIK ,

1,mieIsah..rbedIntothecirrutatlonoIthenmlaian.l i I Of the iiiutACCESSIHLE version to allow the gum to dry. 'fJa'I.r" attachment of ivy to walls is tin udvuntiige. -
If the settler should die before staking
Llvrr.purifying! the DII'nII| ,IUmulatlnlr the J.I Tin4, :
h.Uncy to healthy actlnn, and itrcnitthrninu the cess coven* the surface of the fruit, with a t : << If the walls are damp) before flu-
MjmiichtodiKnitfoiKl., Pasta or PAPS tl AND U7"I"t : ; : AND) DESIRARLELAM )): : proof and payment the entry may be JHT- thin coating of the gum which is entirely ivy is 'planted (the dump will dNappeur' ns it
n.. f.XplWl.SOLD BT ALL DBV< OIITIOr sent by Ma4JUnijfactumJ fccted ,by the executor, administrator, or oneof impervious to the air IIlIIll'rl'\'I'llh the decayof o\ersprends their surfaces. If they are dry

,. a 89 & 41 NORTH LlBMTT 8?, the heirs: the entry to be made iu tin the fruit or tho wit herulgof the flower. Ivy will\ keep them so, and suck out the
>TlMOiF. .*1D* IX Tilt Hose.s thus prl'lll'rve.llu1\'t! all the beauty of
moisture. In the event of driving rains the
of "the of the deceased settler.AGRICULTURAL. .
name ht'irs"
HOKSEY; & CO., Agents, freshly plucked ones: though they have been hard leufuguwill prevent the access: of rain

j 3.'$..Hm Feniandina, Fla.JIOXCKIKF STATE: OF FLORIDA separated from the )parent stem for many to the walls. Ivy is not only a remover but
months. To Insure success In experiments I
s -- -- a preventer of dampness, except where it
of this kind It should be borne in mind that the from shining Into
IIO'H". At only $1.23 per acre to new settlers, with Ax hi 'IhtTANT DISCOVEUV. discovery the whole surface must be completely covered house prevents by hanging sun} in front of the windows.your

MRS BUFFINOTON the privilege of !selection in parcels of 40 destined, in the opinion of Ceil. I.e Due, to ; for if the air only gets at a pin hole, This should not he allowed., ,.i/ltrl Knyiueer. -
BY acres or more. These lands ore located on be of more value to the South than anythingthat the labor will all be lost. In preserving specimens .
bus been done the of fruit jMirticular core should be taken '

previously by Agricultural
CORNER OF PINE AND FoRSYTII STRKKT3, and adjacent to the line of the to the steer end and all with the THIS use of benzine is: recommended for
Department, hits been made in relation cover ,
the removal of moths and ants from furniture
to the planting of cotton. .\ question gum. A golsiway is to wind a thread of silk
A waterlog
JaekHoiiville Fla. and woollen
having arisen as to the situation of oil cells about the stem, and then sink it slowly ia garments. -
is filled
t I pot, with a fine sprinkler,
in cotton seed, the matter war referred to themicroscopist the solution, which should not be MI strong .
TERMS: 81.50 AND &2.OO PER DAY, with the benzine: which can b IHJ bought for _
TRANSIT CO.'S R. R. leave of the undis.solvod.
: to
: I'rof.ThomasTuylor.: He found as a particle gum
and the
forty-five cents gallon, upholstery.carpets .
of oil The la 'tly transparent that
series cells neartheouteriurface so Ierf
a : gum you
According to Location of Rooms. I or garments to be cleansed are thoroughly
'riot another row immediately surrounding the can with difficulty detect its presence, except
extending from FKUNANDINA: on the Atlantic the touch. Here havo another sprinkled with the liquid. Fun
: chit or germinating i>oint, evidencing the by we be .
flannels to thu
etc. subjected sameprocess.
'. TIILS; WELI.- KXOW HOUSE IS to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf coast, comjpleteiirotection' wfilcli the )latter reeds simple method of fixing the fleeting beauty ., In, may few hours the benzine will

centrally locate!, and having been renovated thus affording to the producer cheap, constant ed. This fact led I'rof.' Taylor experiment i of nature. lily out, and in a a nay or Ut'UII", "ouor win:
throughout will be kept as a first-class with a view to ascertaining the amount of
and rapid transportation to the beat I'KOPAOATIHU' ROHIM.-It U always very desirable have entirely dlsapin-ared, and much sooner
hou-. The Proprietress, having hail experience resistance( offered to the attacks of agents
'. :; with those who have a few choiceroses if the articles are placed In I tho open air. .
; both North and South will markets. to be of
generally supposed a destructivena-
spare to have some extra ones, either to give Considerable caution is necessary in the use
,. no pains for the comfort of her patrons in The belt of country traversed )by the Transit lure to all organic life In trying sulphuric a friend or to enlarge the flower garden. To of benzine as it is highly inflammable.

making the house home-like as any in theijtv R. R. embraces acid which had been previously used in a do this, select rin| stunts, well branched Have uo fire, burning light or matches in
33-tf diluted form fo agglutinate the cotton adhering (
near the ground (preferring those limbs that the room.
to the seeds, HO o.s to facilitate theexpreu-' .. -- -
off would make nice
? if cut a bushy plant),
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.! EVERY VARIETY OF SOILto ion of the oil, he found that acid of the and with a sharp knife: hock or notch the How GEKVUOUMW ARK: TKAI D.- -The human

t\', commercial strength completely removedhis under side so that when bent it will come In denizens of poverty-stricken hovels in
Spencer House, without visibly! affecting the outer contact with the soil. These notches should the distressful country or In the crowded
l he found in the State, a large proportion brown shell. To test the actual effect on the je five or six in number) though to the heart alleys of this metropolis might well envy u

:ST.: MIBY'S, GEORGIA. being jH-culiarly adapted to the culture of terminating property, he handed some of ur pith. Now bend the limb( duwn,and with greyhound in training for the Waterloo Cuj; '.

SEMI-TROPICAL: FBCITU and Early Vegetables' the mil thus treated afterwards washed, the knife slit. the, limbs one and une-half I Ills i kennel, to begin with. is artificially
J. W. TiiOMrnox. of tits Kearsarge House, to )Ir. Sjunden, who planted It. To the inch up towards the end of the top, just be- wanned by a flue which runs right round ii,
White Mountains, Proprietor, and Th Large, CmlJNlet1cxlie of surprise of everyone except XJr.Taylor. who low the notches, and be careful not W break and his food consists of a strong jelly, made t
Transient! rates, $.!0 per day. Liberal make these lands worthy (IREFUL BX. tad foreseen the result If the germ !had not the limb ; cover two inches in the sandy soil from beasts' or calves' feet, or from bullot'kit*
terms made to those desiring board by the AII. ATIOYbymanufactnrersof LI'MBEB '>een destroyed the seed cjUJia, up at least and lay a brick or tone over It ta keep It or sheep' beads. With this jelly is mixed
five earlier than in its natural To
days state. the soil uioUt. and oatmeal and week
week 11 tf NAVAL STORM town. Keep by spring some carefully-selected: : a
AND ascertain whether' this might not he owing the roots will I have funned often four or five before running the favored lung-taU has his

METROPOLITAN DINING tu the soaking the seed received, tome won inches long, when it cull be safely removed. ,wind cleared by a diet of roost mutton and
NEW SETTLERS: kept for several month and then planted at The must difficult ruses root easily this ,,'aY'1 crisp toast Each day of his life the greyhound .

ROOMS, the name time with need, of the followed' .. is well groomed with a ,how-hair.
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inprepared. The route results I brush returning, from ,exercise, and hi
Post Office the action of the acid in IT U said that during the past mild winter
(Opposite the ,) l'nn'ha..ing land fromjthLs i-oDijumy are fury showing removing j I feet 'are as carefully washed and wiped as
the adherent cotton to have been the same (urge quantities, of Ice were gathered from th of favorite. As much thoughtis
E H. HOBIRK, PROPBICTOB. nihed with entirt free j\tuige on the Transit as irfoniml) by nature, viz. t'theonnvenion anal- and jxjnds containing much decaying
yam --, Railroad for family and personal effectsto (if the amylaceous or starchy cellulose into animal ami vegetable matters. Now, ax it as Is given by upon a crack Newmarket: trainer of

PRIVATE AKD TRANHIENT BOARDING.DOIKD the station nearest the loud i unltas d. glucose 1'rof, Taylur' theory as to the action has been demonstrated\ over and over again, hones to the condition of an animal upon
of the corrosive acid being arrested t 'morarily that the freezing temperature dues not free wilih| the is about to be "dumped
REASONABLE. No touts spared to TITLE COMPLETE, being derived by on ('IlIltutith the ligneous: ctlluOMC water from organic impurithX( l, *'ple who down.t The money result In that greyhounds

suit customers! 1I-:7mS grunt from, the, Vnitcd} Mates and puriha of the shell, proved to have been <*>r- ttltw their health will not put such ire into now brought to scratch with a glow on their
ect. Thy advantages to planters in having water which U tabu twd for drinking t,url -
of hard muscle theirlotus
Anti .Jot
'M. II. C. DVIIYEE, from the State of Flori'la.CORRESI'ONDENCE. ire <*r .ix days start can scarcely: I IHJ ovtrcsiinatcd. I l homes, and corporations that sell low,will do | which n augur ill for the sufferinghart Upon' ,

whether availed of in a voiding early I II 1 will to want purchasers what bundling exposed to the endurance of untolcl'agul1ll'>1
COMMISSION. MERCHANT, SOLICITED. frosts or raising: early "cotton for which prenium over led obtained from contain!noted source' during the few minutes of suspense when
GENERAL I: are offered 'byitevtral cotton' hoards of wupHy, with regard to the improper <*'tn. : their: lives hang in' the halauce.I'ALATAIILEMEDICLX5i.ter'dCllerry.

CESTRE ST., >;EAR R. R. DEPOT, I In the South nut this U not aid to be tUrincipal 'ployiuHit of it, or the law l will find o(>tasiOnto ; _.. .__ .__ __
Descriptive MAN and mtcTLABu mailed on 1 benefit conft-rrtsil by the discovery make nut only a perioui-diminution of
FERNANDINA, FLA.; hitherto cotton planting lias hud tti fJO done the diiAlt'ruJ.ljf these cnrjiortrtiuu, bu&',u : pec-
application W I hy lrand.and (lu= fiefsi sown bnudcast,owing; still more serious rttrictiun of the i rsonnl torn. U a houeytsj t.lnlp'uf relief; las\ ('1&-
hay, Corn, OatM. CU.\lt.: LEWIS, to the adherent cotton prermtlii: the seed libt'rtyut their executive and 'I-'tibhr. tharth/ Pills glide sugar-shod over the palate| ;

-. ,. 4 .. : Laud CommUitioner.: being used in,the planter wed tor corn and fleets One of the great dangers! to the pub and his riarsaparilhi l U a lie-tar that iuq.art* e
mSTISO, In every style and at Office cor. Beach and Seventh St>>. other clean seed. After preparation the seed I lie health In the coming wan season U that vigor to life', rtwtort the health, and expels
JOn lowest rates at the MIKBOB office. Mf I ran be u'k.'Olln any planter, and, by the reg I of poisonous ice. disease.II"aterfonl (/In.) .|


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LOOAL REFLECTIONS. fpiKins, was declared to be charmed, and accordingly I'eeideslingh Patterson, alternate'j; Mr J C T. KYDD
Reynolds CHI W )H[ I alienate Mr J. & I
a black chicken was obtained; two Reynolds! ; ,
-- ---...------ James II Aiicrum for at Mr[
--- -- county large,
women held it, t>nc by each I leg, while the rr.R3TANni.VA, FIORII,
( William Black, alternate.MillxlifircHiyli 'or. ('nh'r and Second Sis.
I <;$*.00 A YE All; $1.00 I'OK SIX MONTI. "
Mama with knife severed 1 the
a sharp << Siutc UnventionV (C
.- -' .. .... ...... ; Are constantly adding to their stock! of Staple and Taney1)1)i)1)
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.lfarket.R fowl in twain, pacing between the pieces, Brown, S Sparkman: : J B Wall, W B Miranda

New York Vegetable and then burning the uvcrlng] fragment A J Adair, J E Llpsromb! T K Spencer ) RRRR YY YY GGGGG 000 000 1)IDD>] |}}' SSSSS
! W r Hurts.Congressional. I DDDD}) :::;SSSSS'::: I
Reported by Messrs. aces A Taylor, 101 on a hot bed of coals.! This proved inettect- : DDDDD) )) RRRHR YY'Y (GGOGCJO OOOOO( OOOOO ] }) : 0
Park Place, New York, commission merchants Convention, First District j; )DD ]DDRR RR YY YY GO; GO OO 00 00 w\\\\}}\ D1)SSDD ) "
ual, and then the doctor was sent 1 for, who N C Bryan, It A Jackson! U L Jones, )II[ H l DP) RRRR YYY GO 00 OOOO OO Dp IM/ SSSHSfJ

fur Florida produce.NEW tried the more effectual remedies known to Frearl P Mllullerte"J[ P Wall, W B Hendcrsoii DP} DD RR RR YY GO non 00 00 00 OO DP) DP SS .
YORK June 4 18S0. I U A Clarke. SSSSSSS: ..
And YY GGGGOO; (; 00000
the profession. while we urc alkingof DDDDD) ] RR RR
Florida Cucumbers, $1.25 to$I.i i per crate, The delegates; to the two conventions were 000 000 DDDDClothing. I )) SSSSS: :::
Florida Potatoes, $2.75 to $-..00 per barrel;i iIIull. this Egyptian darkness!,another foIlng'\I1arall11 made alternates of each other

sad cave happened< 1'IoridaTotnatoes$1,50pcrbushel; market to-do blnck man, living nome t two miles southof first! Dislrkt) : l> better; arrivals large way, J It Shoemaker: C W Davis, B 1"Alderman
--- ... ,. .... Archer, had had some trouble with a W I) Barnes Il G Bran, B Baker, S DRY GOODS AT NEW YORK RETAIL PRICES.

THK City Point made her first trip for this neighbor last summer. During: the last A Bcauchanip) Joseph! Wombwcll, J R I

month the negro's wife had a dream that Mostly[ J R Peters!, T APurrumorc, J II MeKinnc !
season on Thursday! I attended t tMALLORY'S to.-tL
W H .1 T Whit- e Agents for DKVLIS. Orders' promptly
Milton. Alternate*-
the her husband .. .. .. .
----- neighbor was laying a spell on -- -"-- '--
taker W J Daniel Thos A Godwin, W E
ti WE call attention to the advertisement! ol and it was repeated the next ni hf. Davis, W II Kimbcll', J P Mayo, L M Gamble i X E IV KCIIIDvhII 1 j

Messrs. J. A T. Kydd, dry goods, etc., (In The husband was told the dream, and It Frank Philips! A C White, Gco A Balt- "'IOlun.STE.'ISIIU- Li NI:. --- 111
another column. Messrs. Kydd Brothers made a strong impression on him. In a few zell, A F McCrary J F McCIellanJ J Williams. I
'nnoll.l"jryrffcU --- --"" .- tee j
I> L fI'K a
have n gOt l and constantly< renewed stock days he was taken ill with chill and fever, n Newman, Newton Sapp, JBMCartv Only nircct Line to Net Yorlt. {s-GEORGIA }| g I FLORIDA [ r

on hand, and deserve the patronage of cus but the idea of witchcraft HO wrought upon N M Murdock. ** L

t tomers. him that he gradually sank and died. No Lton.-\\ F Walker, R II Gamble, C E .... '..... .,___----ter -* }

Dyke, J A Henderson, Then Turnbull, A M
physician was vent for, but all the old deacons -
The Annie Jf. Wood I
Manning, W R Wilson, It B Hilton, C C .
]llcccntly damaged by (tire, has had her works with big eyes and solemn faces, kept Pearce, T J Roberts 0V Gwynn, Green I) : INLAND 1

% entirely rebuilt and is now very much up a continual pinging, howling: and every Chaires, I' Houston, John Bradford, Thos J ;__
charm they could divine to counteract the Perkins, A B Hawkins, John N Maigc, Geo -
beCome while knew A Croom, Miles II Johnson, L V Dennard, J THE FINE, STEAMSHIPS, STEAMBOAT C J:1:1
ghost story they
: every M Cam, J II Perkins, J B Christie, Sr., F :
service in these wafers. was recited to keep up the excitement. Since Aiken, Richard Garland, R A Shine, U W WESTERX, TEXAS! I o

his burial several stories have been told of Saxon, It A Whitfield, 8 B Bell, J Q Boat- CAPT.' HIKES, I

The Southern Farmers' MonthlyFor his reappearing, walking in the fields, until wright, and O I'Raney.jnril'm.8tl1te Convention. R D Harrison CITY OF DALLAS,
: ,
June has come to hand. It is both, in the negroes ore more than ever convinced of CAIT. RISK.
I) II Irvine A P Price, U Bullock, J P
its editorial management and in mechanical "spells." We need a missionary here as Smith,J W Stevens!' J M Martin, II W Long, will leave
: of the above Steamers
execution, equal to any publication of the well as in Africa. Alfred Ayer, J II Howard. ONE' ) for :New York every Fridayto ....

J n kind in the country We arc of those who The Sabbath School Convention, to meet District Convention : A L Eichelberger, ( suit the tide).
II N Clark, Win Cox, D C Galbraith, II L :No SEASICKNESS! No OCEADAXOERS \
i recognize the value of an ably conducted here this week, promise to be a big affair- Payne, J M Commander, Sol Benjamin, S F This line, having no transfers to make I

agricultural magazine, and hope to see a liberal special trains, plc-nics. etc.:: -and as this is Rou, 8 M U Gary, and C T Gibson. between I.

support extended to the Farlllerl'J/ollthly, the first county convention i in the State, we KM8fl1'-Htate Convention : C W Ynlee, FERNANDINA AND: NEW YORK, THE STEAMERS M ,.,'.
W : Peter Cone John D .
Naylor Thompson, '
for it is in every respect worthy of support. {somewhat elated. Goalspeakerswilibepresent Jones, J E Davis, John D Bcnford, and John Offers the CITY OF 1IRIDGETOX ,I II

J. II. Estell, Savannah, Oa., publisher; L. and we hope the cause will be fur- Owens. Alternates, who are also delegatesto BEST ANI CHEAPEST;; TRANSPORTATION I.

;J C. Bryan, editor. thered by the deliberations of the meetings.The the District Convention, are : G Stark, W TO FLORIDA HIJII'1'J< U8. And DAVID CLARK.

: club is in F Scott, W W Farmer, Lewis Higginbotham) Vegetables and Fruits will receive! specialcare -
Murphy increasing num
The Lumber Shipment for May. J Norflcct, P Kelly, and W M Saundcrs.Oraiiyf. in handling.
bers, and we arc working to make whisky .-State Convention : E K Foster, f TUB FAST1It
The of sawed lumber shipped
quantity drinking disgraceful and the traffic unpro- T W Shine, D W Stewart, W J Trowcll T A PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS[ ARE
from this port for the month of May was Bass, R L Summcrlin, B Baker E Harrison, FIRST-CLASS. '
fitable. is and g t{
Already a great change seen, fpASSENGERJ VEGETABLELINE. 1 I
more than double that for the same month JJ Harris.Congressional. The traveling are offered the advantages < .
at a late session! of the Methodist ConferenceRev.
last year, being 3,833,000 feet. During the Convention Second District: of a 1)11RFT I : LINE, WITHOUT
the Dclass expressed! himself as astonishedat Gen Jos E Finnegan, M J )Doyle, J G Si peer, ANY CHANGES.: Connections made at .-
lint four of this month shipments
it days the differences of now and a few years M Bryant, Dock flyer, W B Randolph, W 'Jacksonville with all steamboats. for all
amounted to 1,493,000ofcoustwiseshipments It Brown J E Pace O W Weiser. \
back. Then noise drunkenness points (
rioting, ;now Rivers ndJwwithst Railroad
alone. l'ulk.-State and Congressional Conventions Indian the! Transit Steamer City of Ilrldgctoii,
quiet and peaceable as could be wished. First District i : Capt. D Hughes, Hon.
,( With the completion of the mills! now being at Fernandina for all railroad stations CAIT. JOHN FITZGERALD,
The vegetable season is nearly over, except J Ashly Fortncr, W Tilfis, L M Ballard, and III Florida.<<
erected, and the new wharves which are melons other look badly cotton: J W Bryant. Waits at Fcrnandina for the Monday and
being built, this will be a very important industry ; crops ; FREIGHT AND PASSENGER RATESAS Thursday night Vegetable Trains! of the
of not half a stand, no oats, corn very sorry, A Few Gentlemen LOW AS BY INDIRECT LINES.jJ.OThrough : !. I
;1 for the city, as well as source jn-
I como for our railroad. cane quite poor. The weather has been Can he accommodated: << with table hoard atMrs. Rates and Bills: of Lading ATLANTIC: GULF & WEST INDIAAND

very warm lately. [ S.A. Rein hard t's, Centre street, between to all 1 points;

l.f MR. GEOIWJE WOOD was shot by Mrs.[ Don- Mr. W. C. Darden i is getting ready for a Fifth and Sixth._ streets.. For passage' I or further nfirnlaUonl1plly) PENINSULARRAILROADS: ..
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o'clock her new business! block )[r. W. A. Geiger to
: nelly last night at about ten ; pro I
For Jf.cnf. R. W. SOUTIIWICK, Agent, leaving Centre Street Dock direct for Savannah. I
3 statement being that ho was trying to force: poses! to build on the }plaza; W. F. Winecoff Two f first-classdwclliiig-hou l! l cs in t thorough Fernandina.C. Passengers and shippers{ are assured \

s" an entrance into her house. Four shots is completing his concrete ; Dr. Dean I is! repair In good neighborhood< erecting a new large frame on his lllll'cjV.. u-s summer fl'iclc'I1I'I'4."Ituhlts/ : l'il'r'O East fiver, Scow York. 2-tf and trains for the North.Stt"ol1l..r .
were fired, three taking effect: one In the ; __ __ u ______ I
B. Is to his house in fact would be provided' < Lipsey adding :
,1 head which was fired at such close ;
that the blackened his! face another Archer is looking up. Some of these dayswe .
1 powder ; Opposite/ Egmont II oll'l.
!t' entered his: back just below the shoulder will give a few more facts and figures ; I ,

r ; blade, and it Is supposed lll'rcelthe, lung; till then- Au REVOIR. Wanted at Once: I leaves Centre Street Dock every Wednesday "
I II. and for SAVANNAH, touching a't 1
30 barrels Florida I Saturday<<
the third struck in tho rear groin; The : << : Syrup
I Callalwu. :aw bushels!ll'l'CIIl'otutlll. BRUNSWICK, ST. SIMON'S/ DARIEN and .
wounds arc pronounced dangerous. :No examination I DOBOY GA. ,
A. B. NOVKS.Reeelied I. ,
Thunder shower uftcnfoon{ to cool .
every ._,
t has been lol'ilbloIi'! to the time ---- ---
} I
and refresh the earth. : "" .Meinornnda. t
fl''l'I1t1y'l'f dry
) Just : :
k of to 3ir.11'o0(1 has I
t our going press. << as yet
Some of our business men devote their afternoons 200 barrels: Flour. Performed Steamers connected by Through Tariff 'jr
j declined to make any statement. << by the new and dltlInth'I imo- are
to the game of croquet with prettyturbancd 3001:sacks (Corn pointed<<1 steamship) ADMIRAL: (sidewhecO), i with the Atlantic, Gulf it West India Tran ;

The JVnssau Light Artillery, young ladies. 150!) barrel) Pearl nrl t. according!; the following Schedule:; sit and Peninsular Railroad: ,and via Savannah (
100 barrels K. 1>. Meal. with for Baltimore Philadelphia
IA-UVC Cedar Key on Tuesday morning.Passengers 0 I
Thl' oUl1l1 of t the violin heard
At their regular weekly meeting on them occasionally< "
) ;50)( boxes Bacon. ( : : 1'1'0111'IVUIIIHlh: leave; by "steamer New York and Boston. ".
; evening of the 1st inst.-the drill having about the railroad oilico, reminds: one of old :300\ ) bales Timothy Hay.[ City of Bridgeton; Saturday: 4 p. in. Leave For State-Rooms, Tickets, and all other "'

t [ been passed for a business lI\l'eting-ha times :200( sacks Oats. A. B. Noitx.MA11IXE. }Fcfnandina) or Jacksonville l h y 1 run>it Railroad particulars' apply to the following Agents ';
We in the farms I train Monday morning), Arrive at and Ollices: f
heard from the ladies who acted as the committee were pleased passing by :
: Key West Wednesday; morning. Arrive at Fernandina, Fla.-Copt. J. L. Ilomnillut,
';'t +' In charge of the supper given by the of J. II. Higginbothum and David Greene, Havana Wednesday afternoon. : Agent,Centre St., between Rl'C'OI1l1Ilntl Third. 0

- ,, ladies, passed the following resolutions of to notice the businesslike appearance of the Port of Fernandina. Returning: leave Havana[ Thursday<< even : Savannah, Oa.-Cor. Bull and Bryan Sts.! :

9+(9 thanks: same. These gentlemen both run log team-, HIGH W.\Tt.a..: ing. l.tIIKl'y West Friday morning. Arrive opposite lulaski and Screven House. ;

9i The ladies<< of our city, having kindly<< given but they do not neglect their farms to do so. Saturday, Juno S....... 5:59: \. M. 0:25: p. M. Ce Store A. C. Lunpherc
Jacksonville and Fcrnandina h'l'run it I L'Engle's Drug ; -
6 I...... G-I5" ;:11"
in our new hall, for the of is bunch of bananas Sunday, 0
ttl' a There fifty ripeningin
supper purpose : a Ticket A. L.
1\I11111t Savannah Agent Hungerford IJ
Railroad Saturday<< evening ; _
..... $
7, 7:2 7:57
the in Monday, : :
I its coloredman
assisting, by proceeds, company the yard<<1 of Antony Bryant, a I Agent.St. .
1tc'IIIIII'r" ('itof Bridgcton Monday morning
t Tuesday, 8...... HOi: *! HU"'Ih1I'l'cll1) :: '
therefore be it
furnishing of this
; vicinity thus forming the shortest jiossihle : : Augustine: Fla.-On the Bay K. F. I '
), sea I
.. )
'\' 9. ., x-In! 9:13"
toy :
Resolved \ unanimous \'otl'oC the ( : :
i' u mcm- Messrs. J. 1'. Moore J. J. lip ehmureh: returned i
between the United States and Cuba. Armstrong, Agent.
10...... OU":! ) 9:50 route I 1\\
: 0 hers of the Nassau Light Artillery, that wo from Bingham'H school, North Carolina Thursday, : : Palatka Fla.-Lilienthal Brothers & Co.
. ,
. i: thank them for their labors in our behalf, this week.! Time young gentlemen: are Friday, 11._10.05: 10:28: PASSAGE RA'rFy.Cabin.. Agents. 'J
f, r f't::t and that as a company, while feeling our looking well, and step} around in tine ramrod Krcurtion. GUSTAVE LENT .
'w .. obligations to them, wo will evericv with style. 'ENTERED. 'Savannah to Havana.........$32: : 00> $48 r>0Fcrnandina General Passenger Agent I 5

? : ,' pride and pleasure the constant remindersof Crops of corn, cane, etc., are looking well June 2-Brig Ellen 11. Munroe. Whiltaker, to Havana..... 2.100 J 3800 W. F. BARRY, I ;J
; ": their approval, surrounding us in our generally, and greet the hopeful farmer with New York. Jacksonville tolavanti..... 3500! 3S 50 General .\ (Savannah !' \\1
I i
.y But the June Wtttcrn Texas limes For staterooms and tickets apply to LIVE '
yL armory. smiles of promise. pines wear a Steamship [ J. N. HARRIMAN, /d
e i: Rttottedt that conies of these resolutions be gloomy 'look, and 'their perpetual[ sighing New York. A ALDEN'S Tourist: Ollices. I 11 Manager.SUJI.HKU .
furnished to the Misses l Allen and Miss Hori impresses one with tho idea that it is pain June Schooner Xelllt Starr, Olbey, New /Savannah, Oa.-Corner Bull and Bryan ___ : __ I 1a

sey, c !committee, ful to them to yield their precious gum into York. streets. H. A. CALLAN, Agent. I ; .SCHEDULE! 0 'i'
: ;i The atuqunt raised was thought to be ample u'world that seta so low value on it. M.[ CLKABttn. Fc'rnallllin3-I'gmont Hotel. A. I... 31 ELLEN : I

:.,.', for all present wants of tho comimny in May 31-Schooner.1nit(1Small, :St. Pierre, lt1l1\'IIIc-e4lrm'r, .\ ent. Bay and Pine street". I I THE HTEAMRKH ,. )

. f.1 ,'. furnishing; the,hall. After appointing committlecs Delegates to the State and Congressional Martinique.1<< A. C. LANPHERE, Agent.St. ,
Conventions.We June 1-Brig Mary C. Cointry, Terry, Natal .
I o'r'c''I'e estimates, the Brazil.June : Augu: tine-On the Day B. F, ARMSTRONG I
company ,
lists ; : { ST. z -olx'r i
following of JOHXSJ} {CITY }
' meeting adjourned. publish the delegated 1'hotlt1erl. .1[. Morse, Devereaux, \ ., Agent._. ____20-tf__
to the Democratic Conventions in addition to '0 -, ..
.. New York. "
,. -+- -:- --0 ST. MAKY'S InCK" T.
those given before: Schooner Grace )
June Urndley, Hupper,
I dllla.-8tate'Convention i T A J Darby, Philadelphia.
Dr J M Perry, Dr E S Carew, T It Kennedy,' June Schooner A. II". Emweruin, Km-: .
Archer, U F 'fa 'lor'Ur J F McKinstry, A J Weeks.OW person, New York. I I '.

To 'gather np the thl't'uIIC narrative of ,hawthorn Dr J .l Williams, O A Mc-' June Schooner M, A. Fvlivtn, Rose, New -...,___' '
: '' _. .... i,
;::: 0 2.-= -
a' current cvents-aftcrso longimn interval us Ralns, J U W Markcyi; W T Craig]: York. ,".

I that which has elapsed since tho Mirror hast Kttlcer.-C B McClenny, B H Ourg-.mus, June Schooner Will, Jf. Jonet, Falken- fllHE: STEAMER LOIt.C.I'T. .\. I ."'-;\
and F J Puns, delegates to State(Convention berg, New York. J- t 1
; ; been advised 'of''Archer doings! is quite an and Aaron Pawling, B J Roberts, ami W P June Schooner Joshua Grindlt.( Fruthy, JOHN RICHARDSON, ,'TILL IeaygFcjnlamUna )Jacksonville '

undertaking;; :;:; ,but t,the. cares and troubles of Horn, delegates to District Convention.. New York. WILL RUN ON THE Sr. MARY'S[ RIVer TT and Palatku, intermediate landings
this'world, which, iu this community,mean ',llracVord.-State and Congm slonal Conventions JuneiBrig Anytlia, Mitchell[ Philadel during the uaon us follows : on the St. John's! River, and Savannah F
&'ConlUistrlct : K O Hill!!, B WSapp and Charleston, as blows: :
phia. Lca\8IJT.: and
a :
cukes and tomatoes, have almost readied ___ .__._
W '
} O B Walton T Sweat, J K Town- THURSDAY MORNING at 6 o'clock, for .
r their end, and; ,wet now. have a little breathIng Scn(1,1VH &lwUrtb, W T Wti-ks B M Williams COMMERCIAL.Fernandina }o'EBSANlIIS.811..\ will leave FERXASDINV From.Fernandina

r spell. t' A P Cone, J P Johns J C Richard.. E same lIaat 8 a. m.. for CAMP PIKCKKEY FOR JACKSONVILLE PALATKA, r

The ,records: for the last show that J WUlnwright.l1l1a Jlavne; 3t K Beosley, E A Market.roaaBl"TED and all intermediate landings!! on the river. "
year Todd I) Alvarez, f X Milton, John Croft, Returning EVERY TUESDAY: and FRIDAY & EVERY WEDNESDAY.itp .- }
,vtthtll'a"ml I of five miles and a ]>opnlation C W Iouglass, 8: W Roberto, C W Clvatt, A WEEKLY BY WJI. ctW'TEY.Spirits wit) arrive at ST. MARY'S at 5 p. in., .
of about fifteen hundred, there have M Coxe, U A Poet; Allen Sapp; C E Harrison Turpentine, i>er KU l.! ....... (* 27 touching at FERXAXDIXA. I Fcrnandina.: j
.een' adults W W Tumblin, J 11 Cason, S W Sutton. Rosin( common, per bbl........... (a* 75 WEDNESDAYS: and SATURDAYS > a SAVANNAII. .) ; r '
twentyfive.deathsnine nine whites sixteen< blacks., t-ix- Delegates to cost one-fourth of a vote each. Tar....................................none In market. will leave ST. hR\'. at 8:30: a. in., and can I FOR ., CHARLESTON. ,
teen children-; O2um6ia.-State Convention H Cone? Crude Turllt.ntille..noue in market. be chartered for excursions toDnngeneHS r VERY FRIDAY
This includes deaths from all causes, and T W Oetren, J J }<'il1le,.. W It Moore. O M t\.Jtton-'U Island in the seed... 4)$ (& 5 !

when"we consider the general shiftlessness, Whetstone, I V Brown, W A Sheffield. J M Close connection made with steamers for I!.
' filth irregular harbits, bad food and want of Tolbert, and A O Blgelow.Vauiin. Fernandina Retail Market. and Fernandina.other points of interest in the vicinityof Mellon ville and Enterprise, also with steamers as
/ / .-vState Convention : Henry. L. CORRECTED BY A. B. YES, i fur Ocklawaha River; also at Savannah I
rare of the black eople, it is a fine tributeto Grady, M C Pickett.GadHten. Grocer, Cvrner" Centre and &(W1(1 Starts Through IIIIU of Lading with steamers for :New York. Philadelphia, i

the climate of our good State. .-E O Love, Elf Pismukes, S B by MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers to all Boston and Baltimore.and at Charleston with I .,1
Several ot,the e deaths were among ,children Stephens F H May, 11 H Spear, J E Broome, riXIVB points on the 8t.)Iaf)"'*. steamers for New York, Philadelphia, Haiti- I f !
John W Malone, A K Allison, J C Walker, Flour, per barrel.....................$5 50@ 8 00 more, and with Northeastern & South Carlo- I I' "i:
etui-births, etc.,.caused! by the gross ignorance W Munroe, Jr., II F Sharon. A K Leon It Meul_.................-.,............ 3 50@ 4 Wlrits. Clone" Connection lira Railroads for North East and ,
'of the many mid-wives who are generally P Green J I, McFarlln, J II Sylvester, W W ...................................... 3 7f 4 00 made with the New York and Savannah I West. .routes :'t
r by the blacks,and frequent bozo, 8 McCdl, M Bates, II S Reeves.E E Sugar...................................,M 91 121 SteamersMark all goods "Care of Steamer t fi
employed ,of the most shockIng Scott S E lute U M Morgan, W U Malone, Macon.... .. ................... 71 gI 0 Flora, .'ernan in8." '> FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER: ACCOMMO I
ly by the whites. Some I N Shepard W II Stood, 11 Curtis, D F MoPoueald. Com, per busheL.................... 70@, 80 GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PASpengers. RATIONS t

scenes have happened near An-herlhow- V1 W Keep Jr.. eEL Allison. lice....._.**.................._. 74(@ 8 Excursionists and Tourists will Tickets and Staterooms '
dcgree"of ignorance and'ul\Cnotition and 11 U Owens! Butter................................... 21)( M find this a very attractive trip, as the scenery and Through all information furnished secured
log a and the details of which .//.", tttoifr--State and Congressional Con* Lord, per pound...................... t>U 10 b grand and alligators and other game are Centre and Second streets at office, corner -
hardly credible, ventioim, Second District fo Pr W A Row hay ir 100 Ibs....................... 1 :20.! ( 1 30 abundant.For '
t would be, utterly Inadmissible .in publicttriut land,George Jennings,alternate; U B Black. SelMuishuj F.lour..-.-............ 9 9.10 further information apply to 20-ly C A. OYES. I

t One case may be related. In which well, Judge it J Stewart, alternate Capt C &1L._....._...._....._.....nnn 1 10t1 1 20 JOHN RICHARDSON, TO THE MIRROR. $: PER I

the patient, being seized with puerperal F Cone, James Hardee, alternate; Dr W M Oats, }>er bushel....,...........?._ ( M 25-tf }Fernandina Fla. SUBSCRIBE$1 for six. months. ,



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