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Creation Date: June 12, 1880
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; VOL. 11. FEUNAND1NA, FLA., SATURDAY, .JUNE 1 W, 1880. NO. 47.

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[ 5" STATE coxrjnxTiox. president W. I.. L. Rowen, !' T1IK CHICAGO' COM'KXTIOX.Fames ; : 1 lawfully ileettsl t members! of t Congress t< S ; :Sherman, 1 1. Wisconsin m :!iv Grunt, 1 ;
permanent: ;
I 'IC'C-I secure at all hazards, : the vole of I the majorityof Blaino, Sherman; : II ; Washburiie., !II. Ari-
: 'i Harmony In the JtanKft the Vn retary ; A. H. MeCueti, assistant! : ' A, (Jarflrlrt, of Ohio, Xoml- of the Mates: in the H 0110 of Representatives \ : 1.111111Hlnllll': :2. Dakota.) :2!Grant.. 1 ; Sl MM I

i of and a strict adherence to the two-thirds'! I'rmtilcnt, and t'/irsf ; it has endeavored to Occupy by force Blaino.1. Distriet of (4'01111111.111.Cirnnt.: ( V; vGi'' ,,
j !) te"'lfied-lIolt. II*. I). Btotham foi rule. All which unanimously ulto't'll.Un \ anted for and I'rawl,1.1I'l'C\ of trust jjiu-n to others by Bliiino, d I. {Idaho, :2!Bliilno, 2. )fOIlIUIII\, 2 !>;:>!mi "
1 Governor and lion L. 11" llcthc .1. Arttnr, vffw York<< for I'/rr- the people of Maine mind rerouted: \hr the -HlII!lII', 2. New Mexico, :2!-l Famine, :2. i 11.1.: : ,

I jz'!' for Ltentcnant-Governor. motion, a committee consisting olMessrs. Prestdcnt. ('"in rage* undue't ion of Maine's pitrie: tic sons; t'tuh. 2-Grant, 1 ; BU-ino, 1 1. Washington, i J ttoo:: q I
I !! Reynolds, Jury and Blount was up- to : 2:!Grant I Blaino, 1. Wyoming, 2-Grant. ,1:1: I
In our last 1 issue wo gaive time resolution! it has nltn'hl'l1l'trti"l\1': legislation} appropriation ; : i,
. I i4 O\tsfsviu.n, June 10. 1 pointed to conduct the prl.'hh'lItl't't' \ to his: the third : \ bills upon' the pa.ssugo of which\ the I ; Blaino, 1 ., /INI.' a. ,II
fered by Mr. Amkling on d.iyol .
:; Tlic Democratic Convention of the State .1.1: ,
; < depend it
scat' I \erymo\emcntsofgo\erniucnt! ; The above gives I the respective| strength 0 \1
of Florida met in Ropers Hull on Thursday the session, pledging the body collectivelyand has; crushes: the rights of individuals\ advocated the candidates and Its location from which! ( .i..11"> ,. ,,
I On taking the chair Mr. Stephens gracefully 7.m ,
' Individually to the nominee. Ho 1 called! : I the principle\\ and' sought fmvorof, rebellion : II
10th Snst., at; 11:30: ) n. in., und was called tn the distinction shown lucre was but slight variation, the :iith :
acknowledged : his resolution by States und itway \ against: tho nation and cndcu\oml to \nli /I 1. u
for
vote
on ,
i a
i4 order by Hon. Samuel Pusco, of Jefferson, him. Ho referred to the great jiolitioal victory adopted} by a voteof 7H to :'l-three drlegates onteitsminestinuablemoat4mloan'mresultsof ballot, w'II'n the Blalne and Sherman 1 forcex tf.r ;

Chairman of thoStatc Kxecutive Committee won nearly four years ago? the !'ti11Tl'utcr oen' : \ began to go over to lieu (Oarth'I1 : ( ,
WM these lo r.
t from : Virginia: cutting: : nationality. Personal: freedom and Individual t
Rev. W. J. McCormick, of the 1'resbyterhnlchurch one to be achieved next fall, and thenecessity negative votes.Mr. iiuahtics| !, equal cnforeinent of law We give tho lust two ballots in ,J'tnll to- ''iI.1: I'. 17:00 /.

n* previously I arranged, opened tin for harmonious: spirited action on nod tho protectlon of all\ citi/.ons! in the enjoyment wit : : ) I', 'I
Conkling then oU'crod till! following ,: ;
convention by prayer. the }part of every patriot.la1tfM of all privileges and immunities On the Iloth ballot Indiana KU\C Gurtichk; 107;- ,1.1., .
Roper's! Hall is a !spacious! airy, !handsomely it'u resolution : guaranteed by the constitution are (tho first! 27 ; Grant, 1 ; Blaine 2 : the totals of the 9:111 i' \1
) now being In proper' train :! Ilrr'drrd/ That the delegates who hate declared tlllti"IIof! the nation, Tho .dangers of solid : I'.
well to such :2th ballot a.s 1I11011'l'l were: (Grunt :313; ) \
lr fitted-up room adapted decided that the cun\'('ntlolprocl'l.l, without that they wmllot abide the action of South mil only he incited bv the faithful Blaine', :2.!)7 ; hl'rlUII, U; t'llIllll1.: H ; .0:1: r. er.

an occasion ; and i is claimed to bo capable of further delay, to nominate suitable1 candidates the convention do not deserve to have" and performance of every promise which the Washburno, 23:I ; Windom. 3 : Gartield. 30. 1.1:1.;'; I'. u
) .
Beating 800. It was filled, and densely! too, for the offices of Gnvernoranti iAeutenantGovernor. have forfeited, thl'ir'oh In the convention nation has mado to tho citin-ns. Time execution Thll''IIS the greatest excitement wlHl I ::("A.\. '1.

with the finest hotly of men ever aCleJllhll'din This, crack of the driver's whip produced u of laws and the punishment' of all those hl'l'uk'U1\ made for Gurfichl. '.n\. s'
h who violate them are tho only safe methods 11,
that hall or any other in this State. The very sharp retort from several delegates, and I And the thirty-sixth ballot was follows : (1"I/ ,
Kscambia in with which bo secured
Mr.( J. K.: Yon go, of n very cndurinj peace can "
k magnificent make-up of that assembly!!! of pretty little speech, announced the name olWin. the result! was! that the resolution was withdrawn and genuine prosperity'" tchlishcsl! throughout .\Iahlllll-Orallt, 111; IllIh,4. .\Iknn- 2>: ) rM

Florida Democrats elicited the praise and by its! author So he had to score u the South.' I The !solid South must be sas-Grant I 12. ( u" I 12. l'ulurudoGrout r. M.
D,1lloxli min, and fur several secondsthe divided h hthe t itcuccful agencies! of the ballot n. l'onne'ticut-ltlnine, I ,1.S r. k,
admiration of Northern Republicans, who rebuff. Perhaps it do Mr. (J. a deal of ;
loud hurrahs of hundreds of jubilant may and opinions) must: t here tied\ free expression. Ilarliebl. II Delaware-Blaine ((1. Floridu- li\.l.
.
'' must have felt to the quick the contrast t<) voices were almost deafening Yet scarce good to go from home occasionally, to mingle and In this end honest Miters must lie )pro- Grunt, $. Georgia-lrunt, 8 ; Blainc, 10 ; 01> ,4, M.

+, ..the motley crew representing their own party had the cheering for Hloxham subside, with men who sometimes do their own tee-ted against terrorism: violence and fraud! Sherman, :3 i ; Hnlh'hl,1 lillh-Orllut,24 ; 0.\.4.. M.,

who lately convened in the same place. For of thinking. On motion of Mr.{ Halo the roll of States! Blaino, ((1 I ; "'n1hhnr1l'i ; (lrlh",7. 3 M
when it was renewed by the nomination 20. Iowa-nrfield A M.
4k ;\ intelligence, culture and gentlemanly bearing The convention, by its! action on time report was e'ullcd, when each delegation/ named Its ana-Grant, t.e. M.
Mr. Drew, by Mr. Willard, of Madison!' 22. Kansas-Grant, 4 ; Gartield. 0. Kentucky -
the Democratic Convention of 1880 has county, who paid the Governor n tribute of of the committee, killed the unit rule member of the National Committee, us foi' -Grunt, 20 I ; Garlield. 3. LOIIlIIIlI\ i M..M I .

never been surpassed on this continent. idea, and the vote upon this question was a lows ; (Grant-S ; Garfiohl, \lume-Ummntield II. \. MA
in all the members of the
which
After the opening prayer, Mr. I'asco, with praise, fair index of the strength! of the Grunt vote Alabama named t Paul Sturbuck ; Arkansas Maryland( -Grant, I i ; Garllcld, 10. )(IIlI'n- [ M..
". convention seemed! to Dr.
cordially concur. ehusetts-Grunt 4 Garlield, 22. Michigan- (Can
J'w few remarks read the call for So the (convention considered to have S W Dorscy!! ; (California' Horace Davis ; ;
appropriate ,
: Stringer, in glowing terms, presented the /'nlnntdoJuhn l. Roiitt ; l'oumiecticntInr{ Grant, I ; UlrtlII, \linnesota-inmt I \1 all'rl
the convention, and stated the first business!!I established!! the rule of nominating delegate ; 7; Gar-
I claims of another distinguished son of Florida shall Jew'I1\ ; 1 Delaware, Christian! FebigerjFlorida : :; Uarlde1 (CCIClplI-Ur1t .
;, where- districts instead of State conventions, : ({ l ; 1. -
to be the temporary organization ; -Hon. Samuel Pasco and again! was by by Wm W Hll'kh'oJ1tin: ; ( James II oCoul- rllt 'I 1'll
I ; number for "the (threv Dexreaux II Iii n 14 John A 1-eigan Indiana N'hrnlkn-U"rlh'll( n, N'yalln-Or"nt, 2 ;
I 1 Upon[ Dr. Westcott, of St. John's, proposed Rcbutr two rogues, ; I ; .
1.
there round after round of applause.! Xo John C New ; Iowa, John S Runnels ;: Blalne, 1 ; (Garlic-Id, 3. New Hampshire .1
Judge Thos F. King for temporary chairman other nominations appearing} balloting\ immediately Conkling, Cameron and Logan. Kansas: John A Martin : Kentucky, W O Gurfield, 10. New Jersey -(Gurfield, 1$. t

who was unanimously elected,and lr, commenced. The report of the committee credential t Bradley ; I-oni-iana, H C Wunuouth ; Maine,, New York(Jnint ,r>0 { (Garlield. 20. Xorth P. )1.

I .Westcott! and Judge Fleming were appointed having been disposed, I of, and till rules! Win r'. }Frye,; mtnrylund..Innns{ .\ Jury ,j (''Aroliuu-Gnumta; Ourl'tI I.V Ohlo-Onr-; *. at..u
On the first round! of counties-
!! Massachuse-tts John M I Forbes Michigan: field, 43.: (r(* ol-Onlh.lel, {. I'c'll'4yh'- at..
.. adopted, the report' of the committee' on resolutions ; : ;
\ Illoxham received t.......................110 f votes. read Mr. of Xew James H Stone ; Minnesota, }1)I I SuhutississiIjd :; nia-Grant, 37 ; nrll'\I, :I. Rhode 'Island- '1, M,
was! by l'i'rr'llIlJJt| airfield I(. South : -Grant, S (Jarfield -
.. .............. a1 \ George: : McKeo: ; Missouri, C) 1 1Filley I ;
Drew..... ....... ....... .... read Mr. Barker ol 0. { 1 Blaino 1 M.
Judge King, on taking his seat, priced York. After being Se-braska, Janus W Duwos: TellMI'cUrult, :; ;iOarU.ltl
,: his thanks for the unexpected honor con- Pasco .............................. ........... 42: Massachusetts! moved to amend ,by, adding, John W Mae-key ; Now Hampshire'; ,N'Vndal Wm !'!;. H. Texas-Grant, 13: ; Garficld; 3. icyts. ,

fcrred him extened: a cordial welcometo The chair announced "Xo election," and) time following : Chandler; New: Jersey! Ge-orgo; A Ilalsey :; \'rlnntUnrU'IIII.lllllnUrlllt, If!) ;
; upon ; ( : ( fairfield
t New fork Thus C( Platt ; North Carolina l ( \lr ;; -
: +.' Alachua county, and thought the material the second ballot was: taken, resulting as "The Republican: \ party, adhering tn W I' ( 'alllllla ; Ohio, W C ( Cooper; Oregon, t n). "'II'oloil-Onrtdt.: ( .'l.111, 0&

: : ,t before him-surpassing anything he had follows : the principles atlirmed by its natiu11cnnyenta DC Ireland ;; Pcnnsvlvuniu, .J D Cameron, nu-Gurfiold, (iII .II, 2. District 11 f.ril'

:#.;'; .. ever seen before-fully warranted. the hope Bloxham......... ......... ..................1'cij;1 1'lItC'.. omm rules, and governing to tile respect>ointiiicnt for the constitutional to- unanimously ; Rhode\ IsJand. W .\ Pierce j Columbia' Garficld, 2: ldnhminrlield -
: : : npi /South I Carolina: Samuel l 1.1.ec'I'ennesst'eVunRude ; \luntuta-iurlield( 2. New Me.xico "i.v.t.. .
;f' ; of harmony of action and ultimate success. nrl't'I olliec the declaration\ of President
adopts : t -Gurfield. 2. Utah-(Gurfield, 2. Wash
; Texas( not ready ; Vermont, (GeoV ;
I I On motion, "'. L. L. Bowen was then Pasco..................................,...... 40J Haves that the reform ill time d\"JI l service Hooker; Virginia, Samuel 1 X ..Jones'e! ; 'si III tou-Ollrl\l'll\ 2. Wyoming-(Garlic-Id, 2. nt -

nominated and elected secretary, and A. R. Still choke the two-thirds' rule !shall tie thorough; radical and complete.To Virginia John W Mason{ ; Wisconsin Klihi Grand total : Grunt, ::0'1IIil''\ ; 4Sher:! ; -
the no ns by that end it demands the cooporation'' ofthe EII"4rl1."II: ; It C McCormick( \ ; Dakota, man :3 i ; Washburue, ; fnrli.lel' ."!>Mt.'rho' !I. .
M assistant
(Cllt'li : 8'crcturylIf convention. KW-i( \'ot:4ure: necessary.At legislative with the executive- departments
unable to ; District of Columbia, 1101l'l'lI.iy
agree
President thcnunnou'ncc'd that Janus
; this stage of the }proceedings Mr. Raney, of the government, and, that (Congress ; l Idaho<< Goo I L Slump ; Montana. .\ J II( .

A motion by C'upt. J. F. Tucker, of J<,lrcr- of Tallahassee, withdrew the name of Gov.; shall so legislate: that fitness, ascertained by J'altXC': ; \\' Mexico, S T Klkln: ; Utah \\' .1.urleliofhim,, vasuuudmiutetifardent ( Presi: f
proper' practical test, ,shall admit l to public' Bennett and asked if the vote should be, made
1Va'tlmiugton'1'errltury'C'I.1m11nur
from each be ; : ,
that delegate county
son, one Drew, and then showed to his: interestedauditors service ; that tenure administrative nilcers !-
committee on credentials: was distinctive Wyoming Territory, J B IC.iry.' 11nnnnmou", This was done In a very enthusiiLstlo -
appointed as a the sterling\ qualities of the man except those:' through which : .
1 adopted' ; and on calling the roll of) counties who will always u bright in the policy' of the party in powVr shall bo carrie A resolution was adopted empowering' tilt'< t manner.Grant's .
,_.i. occupy page ,l out, shall ho ,permanent during good, :State: (('l'lIlrnll'olllllllttl'l't! to vae-ane-ies! III vote remained until the i
t the following gentlemen were designated by "01,1 lu..t
of Florilu.hllllH'l1iatl'lr f
history
: behavior, and that tlll'IIfI\\'r of removal for
the National Committee.
Like the Old Guard at Waterloo the-y nut
their respective' delegations : ; ,
? after the withdrawal of (io\ the good ,'olllluof subordinates:! shall accompany -
11' F Craig, F J funs, H F York, W S Drews' name, that of (;'n. K. .\. Perry, wayannouncel the powers' of appointment." All I the! preliininuiy business having: been defeat with iintlinching courage.Vle.TrUKHII'KM' .
transuded the roll of States culled I for,
I Norwood H II Spear, 0 K: Campbell, T W wa.s ': : : .
,
by Hon. G. McWhorter! milt Mr.{ Anthony, of Illinois moved anamendment

1 ctt, J P Disnmkcs) : W II Reynolds, U L was laid befuretime( convention.The time amendment of Mr. Barker \\11:4.: President. Michigan prcsente-d: the muneul'fir. nominated( 1 for Vlcc-Prcsldcnt on the first

? Blackburn, W F Burtis, J X McKinnon( FII third ballot gavellaxham adopted; und then time resolution, 1I-1l1l1ll'lIIl.: { Blaino ; Minnesota pre'se-ntcsl the. nameof ballot, receiving .l''';S votes

,' a; I Fields X M Murdoch C C Pearce S LTarter. \I f r. 11111011l'W; York presented' the At ;.: p. min. the ( adjournedtiiif
\ ............... .............. ......IJH!))5} votesPasco l'll'US also adopted without ucall ol'r-tllh': name: of (General: (Grant, fl II'. Conkling making :/ 'oU\'Itol
it! .
a J T ?
T II Jackson Thos
? : Langford, ............ ...... ....................... I+) The resolution, as adopted omits: time tenureol the nomination<< ami urging it with all .

.iw I Haley, D H Irwin, Jere Fogarty, John Ow- Perry......................................... 32i: olllco clause: otherwise it is 1 practically us his. great ability. When Ohio exiled (3 KMHIA t 1NTELL1GKXCK.
enJ: J Harris, 1)) Hughes! F L D'Ancy, J J originally introduced. Mr.I ( .foIwl.ll: of was \ _____ .

Bedford: J F Llambias! M W Collins' R A After this ballot, the names of Pasco milPerry { l moved till 7 cluck/ tonight Gen.Gurtield nominated t Mr.Sherman f ; "'illkIt'r I H.\NI.\X .\=I> THICKKTThuvvsigiKsl urtlclcsf!
Maryland<<
a recess -
both withdrawn and the vote for of Missouri and of South (Carolina .
were Elliott
,
v Reid, J R Kimbrew, W Jackson, Nat R which for a sculling! race to ho \\\'elil KiiKhindinNos :
1i( lUoxham made unanimous. was adopttvhThe seconded the nomination of Sherman.Klliott : .
I r. : :
:
Walker, A L McCaskill, Thus! J Miller.Shortly resolution after I the administration 'ember.TIIK .
l The demonstrations of joy j incident to the I reviewing; : said that "if any candidate, : went intothecunvuss
: after the committee retired, the of the asks, Democrats of South ( have
: Republican .
(party 'nrolll
the chair of tho unanimous
announcement by I relying on the vote ot'III1Y Southern -
convention took rot-ess of one hour. for the combined confidence and of nominated Gen. Hugood' fur Governor -
f nomination of W. D.) liloxham as theDemocratic tlI'IHrt| /State- forhiseletiminIme Would, limit Wo Jollllol I
Convention reassembled at 1 p. in., and the und submits for their und Gen. John D. for :
people' approvaltho Kenne-dy> I.'a-
candidate for Governor of Florida .
I : committee credentials "tillllllt may put the* votes in the ballot-box: hut wo
I the on being ,
of andpurMises t tcuant-Governor.
following "statements principles' ,
were very enthusiastic. Peal after peal arc poworh-ss to )havo them countc-d.
committee of three of Messrs.Willard .
a consisting !
vociferous>t applause' : and chccruftcr cheerof | which will continue to inspire it : Vermont nominated, and )''r. Sundford( of '111 uuthorities of (jiiebce re-ccntly do-
Hullock and Stanley, were, on motion Flrrt-It alllrms that that work of the lust: tll the ship Atotnyn us! she WI' putting' t to
the heartiest good will and brotherly 1hls'aehnsett'oseeuudel, 11 Ir. J'dmuudv.11r ; ,
ol'l'uintl'lt'tn inquire into the been such to the that she had and!
progress twenty-ono: years has us com sum, on arms
I made, by" the committee on credentials.! kindness: rang; out on the night air in u manner IJIl'Jlllltoll.lf: to the favor of the nation[ und d ( Casslilay, of Wisconsin, nominated umm 1111II0u tr tl Cuban bismirgcnts.Tnl .

well calculated to ( the observer the fruits i of i victories I.
impress l'r\'l't Mr.I Wushburn) of 111111111'4.I .
juickly performing their they stated New York
; duty should : Regiment cuntemplato -
) that the l'reJcntiall'ollll1llttce would not beready that Democratydobelong to I but one family- The petuated.I'nion,The happily credit restored:should., bo be I per I lime 'oll\'lIli"lI (then adjotirneil untiltmomr11imig. \Nitto t.\'cllth, nott October, to

bo brethren. Fur time t hoexcellencies never lII- attend the corner-stone of the
that i
truly they a laying !
to report earlier than 3 o'clock, u]>on pain I, and the reviving industries be further tl
which information the convention adjourned : of the chairman U+ u .presidingolllcer promoted I I On the morning' of the fifth day the enuI Im'lorlllrlory til Gate City Guards.

rtif. to 3 o'clock could were !severely tested, hut his: towering ./I1II-.ho consitittion! is the supreme i \entl'1:1 cmliled at 10.I \)::; Liu'TKi\NT! "'. F. XKKTIV, murinct offifcroti

r p. in., a.s nothing form and ('onunandiug! Yoke soon succeeded law and not u mere contract. Out of confederate I fir Hale moved to proeoe-d' to ballot for i thu IT, S. res-eiving ship Franklin, was '.
lie done toward perfecting a permanent organization :Suites, it nude u so\ereign Stateit thrown from his horse ut Norfolk on the

until it was! known who were entitled in regaining order. male u nation. :Some powers' aro'denied t" I candidates, whh.1t'a..>4'I'r" Mr.Conkling. .Fth instant und 1ll"1 He f'l on his head

to scats.: The next business was the nomination ofLieutenantGovcrnor. the nation while others are denied to the I : fir Halo then' addressed 1 the und his neck ( .
:>tutcs; hut the houiuUry. hitwccn the ",\\'- .
| I convention time the
.* p. in.-The convention met pursuant to ITS delegated and those reserved i is to ho determined upon inijiortniyoof proccedinpi TIIK Arkansas: )Democratic State Convention -

adjournment, and the committee on credenlials The name of I.. W. Bethel\ of Key West, ; by the nation and not I by State:, tri : al mt to be* had, councliiig\ dignity \ ) on t tho thirty-ninth ballot, nominated

suggested, and there being no other btulal4.fbirll'o''ulureducutionIM. decorum und quiet by both delegateand Thomas J, Clnlrdlil for Governor" Jacob
:; I not being ready to report Col. 8. M. (. was Crouch: ;fur of Stuto, 111,1 Win. K.:
I III'l.ft\
toIhccureof
to
of Marion( invited to address the nomination, Mr., IU-thel WAS declared unanimously I'l'l'datul'll.Thc .
Gary, was ; Jr.. fur Treasurer, urrvnnmf nutis -
lie States, hut it is the duty of' 'uouclrt
roll of'States then culled tend the
convention which he did in clc(' ('It. I wits I
a very earnest, the national government to aid that work ly ul'lhnutol.
felicitous manner. After Col. Gary's speechthe A committceof three consisting, of H. F. und) extend its constitutional! duty i vote were east us foi( lowsllabania:0lirnnt : I GKMKutLGouiN)NrmmialearmmimoiliclitspdMiiutAugusta

I committee on credentials made their re- Sharon: L. I. Fleming and A. I.. McCa-skill: 'rtl-ft re'o11uuentlsthQoustitutluu ty : 10 ; Bluine, 1 Ii; Sherman i GIL, on the 5th t re-HjK-cting' his;
lot amended !so us to furbld the legislaturesuf Arkansas: : 12: -Grunt, 12. California. i rcsignution, His nf Governor
)lr. Bethel of his
which the committee was appointed .notify "hulc'utlll
|I'ort, was adopted and each State to make any law rop-ccting thepstahlNhmcnt 12: -Blalne, 12 ; Colorado, 0 Grant. Colquitt und rtLuko hil defamcrs was

discharged.It nomination. of religion und to forbid. the 0. Conne-cticiit, 12- Itluine, :3 i Ii; Kd-: I complete, und met with hearty 1)'II.uthyfrl

was now resolved to provide permanent The committee waited on )Ir. Hothvl, whosoon appropriation of public funds to "MipjM.rtuctanan mill III", 2; \Vuslibiirnc7.. Delaware, I tho audience.Drmxt .
mhooN. (Blalne U. Florida, 8-Grunt H. Gesir-
,
cared and in
afterward
officers for the convention and committee a capital
apj
a 'ifth-It uttirms! the helidthat the duties [triu,22: -Grunt, fJ ; Blaine, ft ; Shannon n. Illinois tho i>ust few months New Orleunst
similar to that on credentials was appointed, good speech: expressed his: thanks for the levied for the purpose of revenue should soJLscriminate 42: "-Grunt, 21 ; Blaino, 10 ; Wush. .has developed u new Industry, tu-wl; the

comjiosed: of one from each county. Another honor bestowed upon him. HpeucheH, were us to favor American labors. burns, K. Indiana, :'iO( -Grunt, 1 ; Bluine, firing of cotton-Iude-n ""lf| for puro.jtt

committee of equal number and upon like also made by Dr. Harris, and Mr. I'asco, endorsing S'o further grant of the public domain to 2 II>l ; Sherman 2i'a.; hhuru(', J, Iowa. :22Bluine of securing( JI\ugl. 'fu matter >. \
railway corHjrations. Slavery! having :22. IVboc( unln,1O--/jruut,4 ; Bluine, oinlng[ very JcrIIJblt .has finally leLhccketl
the nominations made.
plan was also appointed, to prepare a platform just [.frUhed in the States, its twin barbarity, (J. Kentucky, 21-Grant, JO ; Blaine, 1 ; by the arrest I crlinlnuls. who

resolutions, etc. On motion of T. \\ Shine, a committee of [olygumy, must die in the territories ; it Sherman,3.: ixul.slana, W-Oront.. H; Blalne, are now l eiiig tricsl.

Repeated calls\, were made for nx-eches five was appointed to acquaint Mr. Ulox- acknowledges the obligations! to the men 2; Shermun ft. Maine, 14-Bluine, 14. Empress: of Russia, whone. diheu.se wag

4 from those deemed capable of entertainingthe ham by letter of his nomination Said committee who preserved its integrity In the hour of Maryland MusHuc-husettH'10-Grunt* 7 ; Blaine 7 ; HJier- on'miiuption[ TiE ditsl wil. asleep on the 3diioit.
uittle.ttifth. man, 2. ; :.n-Hraut, 3. Sher-
; of of the Irn-
house, but were in lI1ost'a. unheeded. was composed of J. E. Yonge, C, M -Since the authority to regulate immigration IIwn, 2; I-ldintinds,21)1Vuslihurue,1. Mich- ., and none Jlmlr not.
Cooper Jr., 8. I'asco J. l.:. Hart ridge J. V. { I Blame 21. Minnesota( period| (axially wtr"I'fl'Jt..O l.'n
Major Russell made some remarks foreshadowing [ and intercourse between the Uni- igali.22-lrant, ; aware that her death was MI neur. On Saturday -
''" his course! so soon as the ball Harris.Messrs.. ed: States and foreign>> nations{ rents with the 10-Windoiii, to. MiMissippi, W 41rui\t\ 0; the remains nf her Imperial Majestywere
1 (/oiigresM of the United States und its treaty. lUalut'. 4 ; Sherman, (t. )1i.JUri.3O-.irullt,
Yulee hu- Pasco and Russell were nominated conveyed to the jmluce chaj-! in an
fairly opened ; and Capt. good naking IJuwrn, the Republican I"-.rty, regarding 29 l; Washbiirne. Nebraska, (H-Illoine, 0. cotHn ttonie by the ( and eighteenrrunddukf
juoredly ascended the stage, having expectation electors for the State at large, and Messrs. the unrestricted immigration of Nevada, f}-Blaine, 0. Xew Hampshire! 10- olio *. &r

on tip-toe to say he did not mean to Mann &id C. L. Anderson their alternates Chinese as an evil of great magnitude, In- Blaine, 10. Xew Jersey, 1H Blaino, 16;
i therefore for respectively.The yoke the exercise of that power to restrain \Vushbunie, 2. New York, 7O--4irunt, 51 ; W. C. KM: editor of the Richmond tt'My( ,
ItlJt.8The:: next best thing ind limit that immigration by the enact Ulaine. 17 ; Sherman, 2. Xorth Carolina :'IJ4.ir.ult md Colonel '1'holul Smith, son of exOoycrnor *
the heated crowd to do was to take another election of eight delegates to the :\a- uncut of such just humane, and J'lllunahlel'rnvLiunft ; 6; Hh
recess, which was accordingly done.On tional Democratic Convention at Cincinnatiwas as will produce that result. {> ; Sherman, 31 ; I lidmunds 1. Oregon, R-- Il'ar Elam fell at the first tn

I coming to order again the committee on motion jiostponed till tomorrow.The Srtm/A.Endorses the administration of Itlalne, 0. Peiinsylt/aiiia. 5 -:Grant, 32; I ill opponent'( bull taking effect In the (
n. President Hayes. Ulaine, 23; Sherman! 3. Rhode Island, *- trc of the chin, splitting the bone and {rue-
on permanent organization came forward committee on platform, resolutions. l.f1htA-'bargCtJ that the Democratic i'ary Blaine L South Carolina -limit, 13 ; tlirinK the \ fh"\uul" movie;.

and recommended that the officers of the etc., made its report, but the lateness of the t to obtain {HM-utwiuii of the National and sherman" 1. Tennessee' 21-Grant. 1'J ; but not cuiisldcreil 'armtl

convention<< consist of a president and twosecretaries hour prevented a careful examination tonight State governments and the control of place Blaine, 0; Shennan ; Kilmunds, 1. Texas, were served on Mr. Klum: and u his alv! .i erm
md position ha obstructed all effort to pro- l(- or one secretary and an assistant and the convention adjourned to meetat
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Vermont 10 Kdmundi. 10. Utl.Val-
mute the purity and to conserve the freedom Wwlibunie,1. ht |*n>
The committee further recommended that 9 clock a. uu, 11th Inllt., fur the l'u'1tOKe of sutf age, and lass devised fradulent certiIcatiun VlrglnU. ? !rant, 18 ; Blaine, 3: Hherinaii tnI'. urre'te>l, but ulMvquently bjiid. L

I Hon. Samuel IJ.Stephens, ofGadsden, be the of cloning up all unfinished }business. and returns! ; has Labored to unseat \ 1. West VilbrfuIaII-.irautl : btlaineu .1.0)(r his appearance next Satunliiy! __


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{ (a 0/) A.VoW..3."', A' very quick then. It was! nwslble to get curlcl and the.frequency of their arrival, for when he saw a rode or : tulip he wishedto Meanwhile the Marshall's iron grew income upon had tie road been, : J
Augustus
{ In the burying ground of Iungcne,+, 4 from StoroIck to London in about four. some conception of the enormous human bring it to her. AH the graces and sweetness and flll bv in 1 less ban ten
Where the graves of the shipwrecked lie, But they were in no haste. They stopped!! transactions dealt in, he was able, in of his }home had. the sense of Wile pres. SET He had,,one-hal ,100, all the! inter
Through the loam, like flecks of at sik towns on their way up and; saw all a 1 leisurely way, to pick up Ilint for the Improvement cute in them. His beautiful young did combined! still came
thi
grass grotvu
foam i' the sights time allowed them to see. They) of the system ovr his interest not obtrude her love on him Without beIng estof from<, coaches! ( them to h"en' \
him
mown in from the sea, hard. by, had been married on :Monday, and on Saturday extended. coy and shy, she kept no closer to him to comfortably. 'nublc lot
,. "Midlhc tite marble's with of the same' week they drove tinder the As! it not ,infrequently happens, mater than she kJew'he wisbtsl.Vititout seeming Sti he 11Imt
-tvormi many a flint think grew
to
trace archway of one of the. famous" inns: in all suggested to un indolent spectator frm to do it she daintily held I Ihover. him "Iin n for richer-Hint, in fact, Ids fortune declined
Of the wrinkling wind. o'cnpreall, I I/iulon hard by L udgate, -hill. unusual !!!tantIHI] int, are more practical in $ti11 he fel although he grew no his advanced. (
Is: a tablet white as an upturned face Jane had loved her husband before she their thln those arising to equal intelligence her, he must Day by day trifling as more years found the young wife ot ,
When the spirit of life hath lied, 'was married to him ; but as the days: went in the thick of the bustle< and traits in character or her manner dipla'et Ten years the COlehCt woman ofher 1.
With led knows I" brokenly carved thereon I on her love grew deeper and stnttiger, and from the old place. So Augustus Marshall themselves, and gave that sense of'I twenty in years Storewick.ago She was now upward* .
mingled with n devotional sentiment which picked up many pieces of improvement and anxious expectancy that lends the dear unrest age ) she did not look more than i
Like a sol that has stiffened along the stone. illumined nil her thoughts; with a steady, economy, which afterwards led to useful reforms to love. All timings she did admirably, of forty but and Her husband was I
jicaccfiil tight and t increased profits in the businesswherein for she always thought of love. As the fine two or three twenty.and seventy, and began s\
sob lie through her mind and anticipated he held share.. spirit of painter is diplayed in his crudestline now between sixty and
Like a that is knotted In breast! and thought : 1 of He,was gray now, j
throat ) her desires, lie was not foolish or But the dearest and the direst house must. her touches about the house were ever to show signs feeble age than his wouldaccount .
Longnfter Its voice congeals, : fanciful nbuut his beautiful Jane. He never pass away, and at length the honeymoon of telling him the story of her heart. I you bent, and mol'l the .triumph'eIT of f
That mute (tod; knows" amid death's! windrows )pretended to be u year less than his! age and the pair'was over, und they 'found themselves look nt the pencil outline of the of a for. Ieoplelid broken-down
; yet he had a mind! for her youth ; for he did on their way home. Their joint past child, by I'llhael'ou feel, after a while, as steam had of the man. He got no more
To the reader of tombs appeals. not take her to places with a view pleasing, was full of happy mcmcories ; their futurelooked though a from a divine spiritof appearance than a fourth of his former tiucmue.
coaches
;, Tis! child's light body those daisies deck, himself directly }but of delighting himself smooth and blithe as the broad level beauty was stealing from that paper to you, from He had. his 12,000 laid by, and if '
her He bail to that road which the coach throughthe and warming your spirit with rich comfort.
The sole one washed ashore! through pleasure. come along swung happened to him, that would beti
ti From the emigrant Northtlect's ill-starred time of life when the gloss of novelty is: worn .sunshine lie felt younger than when So the simples housewife touches of a lover'shand anything for his wife. Many[ in(
wreckAnd off most things." he set out. Success' and hope lighten the may show to the beloved the spirit of modest 'provision that Augustus Marshallwere
t I her vave-whelmcd human store; But the heart Is theonly thing in man that burden of '(' and he, in his great venturein the owner, and keep him warm with gentle Storewick die thought his! widow wholly un
The only body of all the drowned, need not grow old with years. The ,passions' wedlock, had been abundantly successful, surprise. Son to al1ea\'e not be long without u
Nameless ,and nude, that was! ever found. of youth'bud cooled, and; he was III the calm and the rest of his life lay before him as Sundays they all went to the old parish provided !! wed again.
I, the few weeks.IIc i church together, the two children walkIng mate if she chose to
and
reflective period' of middle life He was no placid composed a past and then
1 The clergyman 'paused) In the funeral rites- longer lmpul' ">tvc or narrow-minded. His was 1 strong, healthy mnn, who had In front, Augustus Marshall[ and his wife Two or crisis three in more the years business passed affairs of Augustus -
,, The name of the dead?" quoth he, eye for beauty bail not dimmed, and he felt always taken care of himself, and who, ex- behind He was not a vain man, nor one came the Marshall. Up to this one of the p inl'ipnllnff
.Miod knows!," said the clerk of the parish in himself that he had reached: the period at ('eptnj the accidents, might look forward to given to vainglory in anything he owned; of the coaches, the last one of im
anti but he could not feeling mild satisfaction -
1 kirk which there is: a decay of !sentiment when scriptural years of threescore help' had not been endan
1 novelty declines. Hence he had no fear of ten. Suppose he lived to be seventy, she when he knew all 1 turned their heads to Iurtance to him,
t And the waif of the dark, deep sea, mooted of making -
the was
With only those words on the headstone taking a )young and beautiful wife, twenty- \oul.1 then be forty-six, and he IhouM be look nt his fresh-cheeked bride, and ull [ Now which project would cause the instant -
I I four years his junior. lie wa"n't In the least able to leave her IIntu family amply provided looked with admiration. This feeling of 1 railway, coaches. This ;I
the
gray of rouCI
Rf I romantic. He never fur a moment deceived' for. He her free to do satisfaction arose out of no foolish "pride in stoppage I
Which so much to the heart l'xpr4"t. a of the old man. He determined
J.im"clflnto. believing that, by having herat she She should marry again if she his young wife, but out of the reflection that the Hugging, energies
\\ / . 'NeatIt the away daisies of Dungcncss. his side, he could dimltiHi! his years. At the liked; but he would take excellent care that all looked upon] his Jane as the handsomestgirl to His did I
I And"ever at hand in cadence deep same time he resolved not to exact( from her no man should take from her the money he in the town, and any young man in force he could C0I11Imct the partner of I 1
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the manner of more years th:1If'he had leave her. No. He, should tie that Storewick would be delighted and flattered not assent to making
The winds and the Waves their requiem !houh and
rel1t h e t. that no one but Jane herself could to lead her up the church on his arm a his this railroad was a certainty, no powerat
I, keep. In no time of all her life had Jane Ilel'1Inorl' \ touch a single penny of It. Yes, he should bride; and yet she did not marry one of their command" could by any possibility older
t' i And the misH ut morn, and the sun ht noon, happy' than during) these few weeks in take us: good. cure of her worldly affairs after these young men, but him, Augustus Mar stop it. So, ?he added, and I as I I am am an not inclined -
+ Ami the stars when the day is done I/mdoii. Strong as her feeling of regard had his: death us man could, at the same time shlll the middle-aged widower. She had man than you with Marshall this,opposition, the best,
And tho soft moon,' too.<< in the shimmer! of been for her husband before marriage! she leaving her perfectly free to wed or hl'l her him because he was well-to-do( to go on is out take over
marrielihim ,
J clew, hud vague mNsgiving! that she should interest weeds.: for she had loved him before she thing for you to buy mo f
i Wheel/ over the nameless! One him little when they came to he constantly As they drove hOle through the .sunshine and since their marriage her love for the l'uncer altogether; and do what you

I But hid, in His Infinite ,goodnc:++, knows together. She knew he was a grave, to Storewick! they had long, grave, friendly him had rowJ deeper and wider. He could please.. while Marshall I
What/ cth trial mime and rare sedate, thoughtful man She felt there was (huts, in which they spoke of the''last> anl see this by the greater subjugation of herspirita After little the T'l01Ven1pOI-
" I. From lq>s seraphic in music flows'! no danger of any rcusonhlc man accusing I'T'' l'lt-lhe short, happy past, the subjugation not brought about by doing; this.! Marshall[ paid thcbalauce[pul'hascJlvnev I,
But dread erbus and future. lie told her oppression on his part, but by the weight of; with ilO.OOO in cash, and
When they call to our waif up there her of frivolity. she was in great pro.'i> happy done Marshall(
1 liod knows! I In the earths maternal breast that ho 11f1l111 find llcrtrivial and unworthyof all about his business: ; how his income was her love for him weighing down (J her own by ntortgae.Vhet? this was
f him. l'I'l'l1l1n large ami how ho hud heart set himself to oppose, in c\'ry way ingenuity
Nameless! and titled find equal rest! His: first wife hud unusualy increasing yearly; For
I clever woman, and he was! an unusually. put aside. ample provision, for his son and He was neither wholly busy nor wholly could suggest, the proposed riwny. ,
t I clever man. What had she'! to [give such n .lauJht'r'; ami how, when he died, ni the idle. He hn.llel"ue. to take his sweet young more than I year the case drug t I.
THE GOLlIC.V is7i1)Ullla.It man, who, in addition to his: native clever: T'liehl His: fortune would go to Ilr and wife here and there : for long drives into the wa frequently in London about this ,
wu in the good old coaching-days> that lies, owned twenty-four\ \'l'HT1lIlon'\' experience : her children, i. it pleased nol to send them peaceful country, where the red and white but, for the convenience of being close to
Jane Hewctt married Augusta Marshall of of the world and life? (Only her duty our t'OWI chewed the cud half the day in cool the lawyers, lie stayed at I hotel near Tra-
t i[ :Storc\\ick.: Those! were \'cryoe..1/ 11:1filr and her love She brought him no money (upon this: she 1'"llll'r'oun' round arms shadows: of spreading oaks; where the squirrels falbar-stluan ; and so deeply had he becomeabsorbed
that would. he of 'any use! to hind :She was: :about him anti clung to him, and cried out : scampered through the trees, while high in this great cue, that he neverwent
clue-4t ; : not |Mjlishc'd. or accomplished. She had not .No, no, no, my love my' husband, m above, lost in the large radiance of day, tie to see his former Cluutcn the old inn
o to the poor ami dyspeptic' those good 'old been accustomed to !so good a borne as l his, own ; you must not think; you must ) lark sang[ ; where clear brooks flowed over where he had spent : )hone1001coe
i .'oachlll?,-duYIt were no better thai they might and gravely doubted If:she couldi ith j justice! speak :,fc1'llIg,111 leaving me. When you we.1'stones, mid cooled the dusty banks, on twenty-five)'ear ngo.
have been.ugustus! Marshall[ was inprosperous to him, discharge the duties: of its mistress.Then die I 1011,1. You are u strong 1\1: a11 .'! ( the air with fine moisture ; I would soon be time celebrating thl'il'III'lr
?l \ worldly circumstances: had ones there were the l grown-up son and full of life IIUI health. Why should you where, after a while, they came to a red- wedding; in less-: than u year t they
,s I .>{ the finest houses in Store sick, was proud daughter. How should she get on with think of dying? Promise me, 'Irlllle'our tiled I roadside f Inn deeply i imbedded in chestnuts would he twenty-five years marfeJ. How
,g 1 .if his dining-room) table and pictures, and, them t ? 'l'hcyofcu irseWnuldknowu\ I bis. ways own June,that where you oll lfe with a large portico in which men satin time flies! Then he was vigor ofhealthy
uhen he was married to Jane, proud, above better' than she at tint Would they, when I too shall go with you." the heat of'noon drinking beer and lazily manhood. Now he was broken
tl nil. of her. she made' mistakes because: of ignorance of He answered: : chatting while from their pipes: ascended down nil feeble and old. Twenty-live years!,
The marriage,; was nut popular in Store his: habits, laugh at bur? She: could hardly I promise )'UI that, 11,!aloe." slowly tin whifl's of smoke that rose and and not one day of it would he cancel ; not
wick. They said ho might have! done wiser, bear that not for her m own sake, but for his "Anil.I pray Heaven, he said, then fer expanded gradually as they mounted the one hour. She had been the best. of wivesto
nd she might have done better He was u She knew that he w"-In: just man, and that \'eltlYI casting her l'u "that when motionless air. There the bandyleggedostler him, and he had tried to do good to her
i+ tall, "dark, thin man of forty-five; alreadylosing anything of the kind would 'pain him. goes outfof this: world I ) may go" came and led the horse round to the and do his: duty by her, and he hoped and
"p'' his hair ut the crown and temples!, ; But those few weeksof h'i.ll.1. companionship Then she dropped her red cheek against coachyurd ; ali he and she went in, and as believed she, too, was content with what had
old she' u lithe, dark, handsome: maid i of in the old' inn hard by L\idgate-hill his breast and clung to him, murmuring: he had; got I cool drink, he went out to been.
inc-und-twcnty. lie had been married he- broke down forever the fears that stood in My hu hull my dear husband, oh no order their meal and see his horse attended Yes, what had been was all right; but
,j 1 lore, but he .had.: been wifeless: for ten years. her path. They showed 1 her how perfectly one !hal \ you away from ate" to, Sometimes! lie would bring a rod and how about the future? This terrible law-
4 4r m Of his: first marriage a son eighteen and a she and he were suited! to each other. They Inl" In dear love" line with him, and when they bad eaten and seemed nil at once to have taken u turn dead
"And. when)dud takes out of the drunk he would take his: roil and she her against him. All his was in this
t !,. .laughter;:: sixteen years of age survived, and left no room for doubt lie would be just you money
lived with their father t in Ills i substantial! and kind std affectionate to her all the days world. I pray he may, take me with you, book or work, and walk to some brook, remaining case. If he lost, he lost all. If he won, he-
Moue nt Palmer's Hill, just outside of town of his: life, und she. would love'und' re't'I'l'lu'ehilll. love, my husband, my dear husband, my) there until the- sun began to dip. won everything. The affair had. taken I
There were other reasons beside the diffcriico dear love." Then, with his tied-tip fishing-rod underone very threatening aspect of late. f
.) of age::; which made: people) shake their This. time of quiet happiness\' at the old inn He looked down on her with great regard arm all his: wife resting on the other grew week by week more feeble and i tt
1 heads at this match. First of all, he wus a made a deep impression' also on him lie and uffcetioii. He took her hand in his, und he would go hack to the inn. Then, having broken-down. He was ordered home from
widower, und ought not at his time of life, had told himself thousand times: I'l'forthe pressed it softly, tenderly."Jane again had refreshments, he left her to see London and told he must not worry himself
and with grown ui> children, presume' to hud been married t that be vas: not making II ," he said, pressing her to him, I we the house put to, and drove her hOle with business.. He returned to Store
1 select the [prettiest' girl: in all Storewick for awife. fool of himself." 11(' \VH) no hot-headol boy will not think of gloomy !subjects to-day. I through h the balmly dusk and darkness The wick But buinesowurrie: : pursued him, .
't !In the next place' : she had u little running utter the first. pretty face he saw. was ill considered of me to allude to anything pace at which they went drew u cool breeze and before the year was out, before case '
iiHnicy.il couplo of thousand pounds: ; and lie bail known Jane Hewett "since her }birth distressing while we arc in the last around their warm faces, and added to the had been decided, he passed quietly away.
t'o it looked! greedy In a man in .his. good }position" He had watched her with interest for I a few days of our IllIe 'llon. Suppose we put a aim deliciousness of the time. She was: That year the case was decided in favor of
m 0 snatch, nut only the prettiest", 111'1111 town.Pjut years back' and hue1 mew his interpretation different aspect on the nffdr.Ve went up gifted with u fresh !sweet voice, and sang old the raiway company\ ; aid upon wlncinl
ono who, together::; : with her youth untop of her ('Huhlll"t bu wrong. He bad' marked to ondon( for our wedding tour. Business F.nglish: ) und Irish ballads with taste" and up )[arhaU':affairs: it was : \"
4ood looks: which might) in all reason be the docile reverence of her nature, und the wi not often bring me up to Ixdulon, dear. feeling. Often, us they drove through the little more than her own L2O remained
:'IUP1'o.1[ to be intruded for a younger man, clinging gentleness of her heart, lie knew I, now many \111 since 1 have IJCl'1 fine summer nights, she would sing to him. for the widow. -
had also moneys which would bo.of great she was notamusud bv the vain or frivolous there; Indeed l not ", ( I came up with my Whl'l I he s-ut II.. ( her at such timeshe She did nut marry again. The money I
;s r u :,istancv to any l'lIt'l'l'rl"illl'ounWlllulI", ; detractions: that youth often culls pleasure. first wife.Ve stopped, at the same old used to suy' to hinlselt: tsar: Iny-tl't' so ns" to )'iel uu annuity of
f t whereas two thousand pounds, more or less: He felt that he was not u.s' young as she, anti place, ui) the same old inner yard. Let us "This> is my wife Jane, my dear young 120.
1'' to Augustus Marshall was nothing at 1111.l that u younger husband might, for a time, take l' I.'errul'icw of the future. In live wife June, pilling' to me. I is like being I She never left Storewick but once. Then
t l Against: this last count, it may he said engage her heart more completely.[ But iiiul twenty \'l'al I !shall have reached no horn over again to be with my Jane thus: she went to Luu lino. She arrived nt Pad-
Marshall settled) the girl's fortune upon would the} younger man be as trlllv't'urd'ul more than scriptural t thrt'lcoreaml ten ; Before we were married, 1 thought, She cannot dington, and bade the cabman drive to the
herself provision( no young man could\ of her happiness us he? Young nun were I Ihal have t'lImec a holiday then Sup- make me young.. And yet I am young old"place where she had spent her hOI\-
make, and employ the money In honorable) jealous and exacting. He knew her and jxise < my wife, make up our now, younger than I was twenty years ago ; moon I have not hud silver
ti l rade. ]himself: to be jealous, and he hud been too minds. to celebrate,our silver wedding in not in the sense of being foolish and ill- she thought, "and I will )see' weIMini"
1 ". Notwithstanding all these object ions of long in the would to be exacting. He knew the place, where we celebrated our wed judging, but in the sense of happiness. I is: a long, long time since then. For un
: + 'I' the gossips: the rector of St. Catharine's that, as a rule, the Happiest marriages were tinh never wus! so happy ns I am now Never in hour she drove through streets she had
Church tied the knot Also, in spite! of what those inhieh there was more !similarity, in that is: u good, cheerful thought. Ll't all my' life." never seen before. Everything: had altered ;
I the gossips': said, Jane lIewl'lt,1\' meekly! ages than between her und him. But then it ho us you say; and all the time we shallbe I Then there were quiet, peaceful fireside everything! i is changed," she thought ; \
J; ;;lIlll to marry Agustus! Marshall, and very he thought hu was: much older in her' mind together. You will never leave me, but times, when in the winter they all sat round nothing more than I. Then I was
proud of her tall, handsome,gravemanneredhusband. than in her years, anti he was: much younger keep me by your side, and let me look up the fire, he in the left-hand chimney-corner, young, and )' said good looking.; Now-"
1. His: presence hud for her the in heart than men usually are ut fortyfive. to you for guidance and with all my love? the boy und girl 'in front,and she, his lovely The cub had stopped. The driver had descended -
:iOll'lllnlll'.wo of church, without the I sense Yes: my most. dear, my sweet.1'e wi young wife, in the right-hand (himne-cor- und, as he opened the door, said:
.,f fear or personal ri>: iH>nsibility.! She looked So he married young and beautiful Jane go on through life sober und fast ner. lometinu'M she would sing to them. This: i is it, ma'am:' J
up\ to him in a grave" sweet, old-fashioned", Hewctt, and took her away with him to und homelJun und wife." omttin\' ( played a rubber-father und This can't be it. Where is the inn?"
4 way. a.s though:, she had just come out of the London. But it was not until those few Homely n tare :1 und wife hl\'l'. How sweet daughter against mother and son. What n There is no inn that I can see, ua'au t. .
1 patriarchal age; ,and had not shaken oil ,anti- }peaceful weeks! of uninterrupted intercoursethat these words, coming from you to mite sweet mother! Often heuld take her Better ask a't the railway booking-office at
; itrcliul notiollt.I he found out the great ITllt'elllllll'l'Uuh' and meaning what they mean It is: good gr''cfullululin his! large palm, und pat it the top."
I 'fhere was nut much humor in either of Jane's spirit. She wined not so much to think you, whll I honor with all my with the other. Often he woul draw her She walked feebly up in her poor widow
r' pride or bridegroom ; but no one could resist: anxious: to glide into till his notions: andways heart, will let me be your friend. head down to him, and kiss it, He called weeds, and asked! a young man in the book.
t .seeing the laughable side of some of the incidents and av-iinulate her spirit with him asto .You shall be my closest friend and dearest her "his ,child" his "dear child," his: "sweet ing-office[ :
: attending the wedding. The bridegroom adopt his: manner of thought instinctively. lo\'e all the time" child. She liked to be (aIe his child, for Can you tl'l me where the Belle Sauvnge
bud akal his: son to pack hU: traveling I A natur.ll.. pritto in this triumphantproof "And then, when the time fur our goldenwedding she felt herself no more helpless little Inn is I ?"
: rase und forward it to the bride's' house, of the wisdom: of his: choice uddcd in cumcs, I .hal be past the scriptural one when she was near him ; and the sense Hectored at her.
whence the pair were to start to London; no small way to his sense: of happiness.' : It age, alll L a in heaven.Is t that she WIl helpless! gathered a subtle intoxication No such luau here," he answered.
think \
und it was not until 1f w minutes I-cf Ire is pleasant to win, pleas' utter to win against not that gtHxl for me to ?" from the fact that he was strong, An elder mal standing within earshot
tats! time appointed' for starting that the son odds, and he felt he hud won against long We shall get glomaguin.." said the and that he tll'lrl her to lean on him. raised" his and listened.
remembered lie had, in the confusion, forCotton odds. To feel the love of this beautiful hu bant "if we talk any more that mat Time wen of haplwet ed Hut there was. This is Belle Sauvage '
to do so. The departure of the newly young girl winding: itself daily around him ter. surely be enough for the present life StIJI'uneventfully awa to yard; and stopped' at the BelleSuuvuge
married couple had! to be delayed[some hours was very gratifying; to recollect that she i we settle about the silver one." )' .' pleased Heaven to send them no Inn when I was List in Ln ou."
in consequence of this. During; the enforced. loved him abuse all\ others, und in Kpite' of a Here tll subject trflc and they took children This weighed upon her heavily, The elder man looked her sympatheti-
May, n pair of lovers were mussed, and the great disparity in their yeurs, made his heart up Ime l us they rolled for it wou1 have been dear to her to thinkso ('uU ', and sio: '-
rumor circulated that they had made u runaway rt olt' All must go well now, A new and along the great turnpike-road towards their ( precious: 1 link should exist. between .It \' Ll'l a good while since
match ufit, Using the post! arranged for bright life had begun fur him. Those who home. her and her hublntI.lthl you were in London.
the bride ilu/lbridegrouttoaeeomnpli.litheir had pTl'ltlt'll mUfortue would be convinced The gossiiipers of Storewick were gravely: :\ grew into years ; and while thehomelife i Yes: This day fifty years I was marrie.
llUl1lC[ ) ". Hu Subsequently two were found, of ', lie wits now finally ",..'ttt'l disconcerted by the way in which Mrs. Augustus of Augustus and Jane Marshall This is: the day of my golten ,
t f touted tm the back stair, Then a boy of in life, and, with his: beautiful wife : Marshall acccommodatcd herself to became sweeter ns it mellowed with unfret- wish to find the Inn."
1 four, brlltlll'rur the bride, vas last,and could lt side, he was: prepared' to glide down to her new duties She had the quiet careful ted time business had begun to trouble the. Pulled down yeaN 1"v said the man
i not be found fur a lung time; until at last to the (ircat Ocean to which we all are drift- gentleness that wins upon teople. without master of the !hoAlready this cruel in. sadly.l Then he added suddenly, as he "
d. w 1 they'came upon him [in an empty hani)>er in ing. ,'filr In : few months her stepchildren novation, steam,had begun to compete with over the counter of the railway
it lumber-room, whither he }Iudarrlt'c.1 u This old Inn they stop|>od ut had an attraction Wt'r on the most affectionate terms with the caches in the district in which Marshallwas Lice, and raised the widow of Lking-f
.s 'J vast quantity[ swcctstuff among which he t for him it did not possess fur her; at hlr. At first, no doubt, they hallll\ lit interested. They had not been 'five' I proprietor, from the ground, 'She has faint-
; lay very sticky and very soundly asleep. least W she ioultitiot expected to take tie cold and suspicious; days years marrie when share of the profits ed.
Then the bridegroom suddenly: recollected a very intelligent interest in the husiutssaffairs' went by,the charm of tier nature wrought : ha bCl tlmini.hl.r)' considerably, She had nut faintc. They all agreed she
lie had left [hU pocketbook in the coat he\hud of her husband. Augustus :anhal on them, and they grew to look upon her as ,He had san uiouey. it was: hud died of syncope of the heart action
1 worn yesterday, und that he hud only a few was well-to-do, in fact one,of the tl't an affectionate und just sister. It U a prudent ant to find a fine income decreasing unllls- from shock.She I t"'
4 pound,* iu.lou.sc change in his ixvkct. At men in Storewick, He was> not rule, when a woman marril' into a At this time he begun to fear matters 'ouit had gone to celebrate her golden wedding
all these small, circumstance* tIel'wu't a much u''Upil' in hu>ine> but hlslf'cri' house which a previous wife bus ruled, that never get back to the happy old eon itilll in the realms of the imiHirishable.-
t good teal of laughing, and they afterwardsfci : his money ul one of the great midland the new mistress houlttsmiS the :f'\'anl The years rolled swiftly by. The boy got Jinaley's 1[ : .
e >rvvd us milestone to be referred to in the ;)systems: of tho ,day He was more of the old ; but such course. an appointment in the East India company's !
i progrtsaofthatday, l'twrllnl IIC'llin"'larhwr. Still, although he She retained: the old r\nl und got un service, and the girl mare well, her hm h ALL'S Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer ,
? At last tho bride and bridegroom got ;into took no o"'t'u" ;' j in the Lusin>us, he well with them. She u heart and a liand being large > gr1'cr in Jamaica. has for many years occupied an honorable
the couch and, through the shouting of the now and traveled over the si system,acting just mutdr and the dead woman's children Thus the husband and still childless, ]placealso the toilet of American women, and
crowd, among whom silver was' thrown.. rather asa hcud-uispuctor than u principal, und the servants never said harsh things of hat now company only for the chimney-, | ataine popularity in (foreign coun
started,drawn by four good steppers' towards: and never interfering i)ersonallYbut reporting her to u soul, and in time they -i*>ke of ; and the heat of the fire passed i idly tries. hl :bait does perform what "
the first stage ou their,way to London.. tit tl uetiteuartneranvthiuglietlluuehtcaihiag i \\ithlo\injrcspect. Her lightest wish became into the body of the vacant room. No cloud it l'rIlS. It wnntt are those
They were In no haste. It was a long1hue remark, law; not the law born of (l.'a but of had fallen on the happiness of that pair, lie have it frec those who
1 since lie had taken a holiday, and he 1t'r' in this busy inn. while he was wait. dutiful at".tiln. They would rather. have was.grizzled, and showed signs of approaching sound its u longct ant those who i
had mash' op hU mind to think nothing of his young wife to dress before they incurred any Ilnaly than .willingly cw age. She was still young and beautiful.Her fr1 actual experience and personal trial ,
fur few weeks all went outofam her pain beauty had warmed and have I
business;und to forget a oruwgurwhentheyhadcomae developed. demonstrated that by its use gra
worry [in the aociety: of hjs> beautiful wlfa.j back und she wus resting, he came out on Pay by day she grew into the routine of Delicacy line and tint hod been succeeded is restored to its natural color and dry Marsh,
j Although it was: no more than a hundred one of the interior .l"riC. Here in this new 'ift and hour by hour she grew.1.'L by grandeur in proportion and color. She and wiry hair .is made soft and lustrous, a
und fifty miles' from"Storewick to' London, inner courtyard he (' down at thei *r heart of her huat ;he was tho fnCt woman, as: she had ten yearsago thing! of Luty. and a matter of joy
the brideand bridegroom consumed no fewer I i couches as they came and went ; and while made his home beautiful for him. theflowers been mot beautiful girl, in Store pndeio ( and ant
than six days[in the journey Traveling was 1 drawing,from the number po>svugcrs they of summer made him of her; wick. (rat. Corinth, Jil'wearr.-SubSit, (




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:,, l J. & T. lC Y D D CONDENSED I y
['i Twice in my experience as n miner in Cal- OF Til K J,\CKSOS\ FLA., March Ifi, \\W.: (
1. '.' ifornia! have I been bound in by impassable ATLANTIC LF.c WEST: 'INDIA TRANSIT On and after this date Trains on this Roa

..' barriers, of snow on the foothills of theSierra 'or. Center and Second Stw., FURXAXOIXA, FLORIDA, RAILROAD: t Ir t )\'Urun! a1 follows)) : i !
y \
cVada.1'e had been mining in an
isolated but rich gulch, where we hail contnicted constantly adding to their stock of Staple) and FancyDDDD PENINSULAR: :; t: RAILROAD, DAY PASSENGER, (Est: KIT: ScM .\v.Jacksonville1 ,

!' a rude cabin'e know at that ( 1I'"ld"i Brooch,) 11I\'e .... >KijSO::; ) .\. 'I. I
RR1MI YY YY ( (;HWU; OOO OOO )DDDD) ) ) SSSSSDDDDD :: : :
time nothing of the great !lnllw.stJrllof \'C:' II 111\1' Baldwin !W'O::;u .\. M.
the Sierra so we had neglected to lay in provisions RRRRR YY YY fJGGGGG;( ( (; ; OOOOO( ( OOOOO 1 1)1)1)111)> ) ) SSSSS6S: : : : ('tt IJII.m.lOl: () : ) TJ.:. 10I'1I\"l' Lllke City 1W:: :! \. :M.Leave .
1)1)) DDRR RR YY YY GG; (iH OO OO OO OO HI)) DDSS: '
... t IW _
fuel I'
I or and up} to this time had }procured Live, Oak. : M.Arrive
,' wood) from the scattering pine tree: on )Di )DDKRRR) YYY GO; oo oooo oonn nn ssssss: : : Lit K/trt:( IMirHHfji't, 1'StJ. nt ,avnnnahl...... *' I 15; P. M .

,l r,t1 the mountain sides but on rising! onemorn-* 1))1) )) HI)) Mil KM YY O(5; GGG OO 00 00 00 1 1)1))) I'D :SS 9 Leave :Savannah; .?......>...">.......... Mm: .\. :MLeave .
% ing we found et least two feet of snow fallen. ))))) lilt 11! YY GGGGGO; ; ; OOOOO OOOOO( )DDDDI) :.SSSSSSSDDDD : ::: OOINU Pul'Tlt. Live Oak. ."'::)i p. :tl.l.CI1VI' .

It continued all day long, and when we rose ) UK KM YY GGGGO: OOO OOO DDDD)) SSSSSnothing. : :: Lellve .Atlanta (;a.. 2.1.: ; J'. M. ) lk City ...... :.1") P.Uave :II

next morning: we found our one little win Hoots Shoos, etc. Lease MIICOII, Gi; .>..... i....*) I', M. Baldwin.....:. Tat:' > r. M
( .
pals!' 'nl> ,
dow darkenedI'C managed to make a 14'1%\'(' Brunick, ( (0.15 A. M. Arrive at Jacksonville .... Ml-i: '*. )I.
hole through a corner of the roof of our Arrive Fernandimi: : .UU" A.M.
: : .
cabin when down came a wagon load ul U'uvo: Fernandina. .: ) A. M. :MAIL AND EXPRESS.: DAILY.( )

snow and in came a Hood of light We succeeded DRY GOODS AT NEW YORK RETAIL PRICES. Arrive Rildwin, Fhi... 1.2.51': :M. 'A't\Yl' ai-ksonville. 5'K'r.' ali: .
id White House.l 1:1.:t ) I'. M.Ixave .
the from the
shoveling snow l U-nve
away
fiwivo :
.' roof and out of our riibin, but the snow kept Baldwin for Jiiiksonvllle.,. 1.IH: r. M.ArrieJacksunilluCum. I Baldwin............................ 7:00( ) r. M.
Route: .. 2.35:J
) : M.
down all and the .. ( p. < :2-> I'. M.
on coining day, on arrival J& Agent!" for Isvl.iy.lnlers: promptly attended to."SANBORN'S \r, 1A'nvelarbyville
,f':,, of the next day we were again in darkness, .-l Leave Baldwin for Cedar Key. l.lIl-p) M.: IA ,N'\s and again we toiled for light. During the Arrive "'nllll) (Junction P. .\IL R) .. 4.11 J'.1\I. U-avc Olustee: .. 8:13! : 1'. M.
." ': 'day the storm abated, but the snow had ; HOYT" I-euvo Waldo' .%. ".'u r. M. Leave Jot ( !U.09): ; r. M.

.', ',', follen to a depth of more than ten feet, and Arrive (Gainesville; 5.17 r. M. Arrive Uike l'it)'. tIao): I'. si.

". '"n we were prisoners. STREET NEAR CENTRE: :, I 'i. Here for three weary weeks we were compelled SECOND: Arrive Cedar J,e\' SK.'VO r. :M. : Arrive Tallahassee... 7Un:( A. >'.

.\ to stay.. We had burned up every Train to Jacksonville and XOl'thIf Baldwin Arrive Albany......10:4': A. M.
.' scrap of furniture In our cabin except the WHOLESALE ASP RETAIL daily. I Arrive Savannah.. N-00: A. M.

long boards on the bottom of our bunks. ooixo :NORTH.- i cove Savannah .... -l-.M:: r. si.lnve I
t Even the chinking and the GROCERS SHIP CHANDLERS .:..'.. 4:001'1: .
on l/<<>avo Cedar' Key. .tl\ A. ]M. Albany -
insipe of our cabin, and the dandles of our Arrive Gainesville; i 8.41 A. M. Iienvo Tallahassee!' ... o:4-: :> r. M.

> shovels and tools were colisumcd. Our meat AND DEALERS IN Leave Gainesville; 8.50A.M.) Leave Live 2:15 A. M.

had been gone more than a week and we Arrive Waldo ((1'. R. R. June.). .48 A. M. I.ease 141k1' ('itv :8:50( A. M.
4 s had often all our beans and were entirely f *, Leave Waldo... n.fj.A., M. I.'uve Mt. Carrie. 4:18: .\. M.

'i' destitute. It had snowed e"e1'da)' a little, I IIAV I I I C'OIIX I | OATS I | RRICK: |, | I.I MB I | _ETC. | Arrive,. Baldwin. .........12.17. r.. M. )Leave Olustiv. 4:10: A. M.
to the soft and it 5:20 A. M.
>' ; so as! keep snow on top, tit. .--rt r r a. M Ixtivo Jacksonville Cum. Ronte.l I 1.13 A. U.Arrive Dave Sanderson. :
was impossible to walk through it, or in ( Leave Darby ville. ,5:55: A. si.Ixmvc .
Baldwin... .... .. .. ...
.. 12.30
r.M.
;., any way change our location or situation. --- ? Baldwin................ 0:40: A. M.
;,r We could see nothing before us but death Ix'avo Baldwin......... .................12.40:, r. M. Leave White House. .................... 7:03: A. M.
';3j either from cold or starvation Each: looked A LARGE STOCK OF FURNITURE ALWAYS ON HAND. Arrive Fcrnandina. :3.40 r. M. Arrive Jacksonville. j:[4)( A. ),I..

" .*';f'-', upon the other with suspieioneach; thought 2..I.J-lr.! ; ___._____ ________ _______ __ __ __ '_ '_ IA'I.e.rIHUlllil1a.. 3.1.r.. M. On Mall and Express Train Sleeping) Can
other (
the would take his life if he could Leave Brunswick. 8.00 r. M. run through to and from Jacksonville anilSavannah
without losing his own. This was our horrible Leave :\[ \ ..) 8.40 A. M. also, Lucas Sleeping Cars mil

condition, when suddenly the hole ARLINGTON NURSERIES.TROPICAL Arrive! .\tlll1tlOa.. 1.111'. M. through\ to; nnd from Jacksonville and Tal-
) above our heads was darkened I, and we Trains to Cedar Key and South of Baldwin lahnssee.FERNANDINA.
i t II heard a voice say, Ii! there anybody down daily except Sunday.
\ \ there?" A shout of joy and. surprise was -- EXPRESS: : (DAILY.)
PENINSULAR RAILROAD
, the Leave Jacksonville.11:15: A. si.
response. and SEMi-T1tOI'ICAli. FRUIT TREKS, HOSES, I>K(:II). ( traM Brallc")
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'rJ. Who arc you, and how did you get here? Arrive Baldwin( ...12'K:: I'. :u.
.( we asked 001 NO HOfTH. Arrive Fernandina. :3:40: r. M.

."; "I am 'Snow-shoe Thompson.: I came DOES and EVERGREEN SIIKIJIIS mid FLOWEKIXCJ I'i..tN'I'S.NEW Leave<< Waldo Junction. 0.00A.M.\ 1,cave Fernnndina........................1030:: > A. M.Leave .

tl. ,; ,, here on snow-shoes," he answered. Leave Hawthorne....................... 7.40A.M.( Baldwin............................ 1:20: r. St.
\;( "Help us out we are starving.." Arrive! 100).hlllll.. 8.10 A. M. Arrive Jacksonville 2:35: 1'. M.

I' h': another minute Thompson was in our ANti CHOICE VARIETIES Ridded Orange TreeH MADE .\ SPECIALTY..Tf 001 Ml NOKTII. Passengers! for }\'rnnlllllnn1111 Cedar Key

, \ midst. He gave us some cheese and craek7a Leave Lochloosa.........................10.00) A. M. take this! train. No train from Baldwin! to
: ers which we eagerly devoured. He askedus -- Leave Ha.wthortu. ... A. M. Cedar Key on HUlIIlny.Cnxrnl1'ws14.At .
,.'.:, if we had any any tools out of which he .......
' Arrive folio Junction. .. 12.15 r. M. Baldwin with A., O. kW.
: could make for us each a pair of snow-shoes.! .
: ( Trains from "' tIlI.0l'11101141al1tI! return T. R. R. for Cedar Oalnl'\'ilh";
We had burned the handles of all tools Send for Descriptive Catalogue. I. Key, I
except a hand-saw II.nllll. drawing-knife.our He: ALBERT I. HhJ""1.I.14. Tuesday: Thursday and :Saturday.CONNECTIONS. and }Fernnndina. and all in>lnts North ant J

took these however and out of the long : West ; at Luke City for Tallahassee-, Albany,
1 tf JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
Savannah and nil North and "'l'lt.
.. .. points
hoards which composed the. bottom of our ... ---- -- ATLANTA.
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f': bunk soon shaped for us each a pair ?>f snow- II. E. ))OTTI:IU n, R. )I. HENDERSON, Close connection is! made at Atlanta. Ga., at Jacksonville. with j.St.s.Johns MCELROY: River Steamers.

I !'hoe They were about twelve feet long to and from all point) North, East: West: and W. \[. IHvinwm, Master!! Tranp'n.Superintendent I-I
and four inches! wide, shaped so as to turn TITANUFACTURING FURNISHINGUNDERTAKER Northwest
AND
at the front end somewhat like daily.AT t. ._
: up n sleigh _.
. TH1ERNAND1NA) FLORIDA, 11 M\ ICON, U! 1., -- ----- -- --
,; of leather tacked
\ pieces
runner were across
j j' : Columbus Ga. : PENSACOLA: ( ANI >
With Trains for Eufanla ,
! the center into which the traveler's feet arc JACKSONVILLE
,\.; hppl.tI. DEALER IN Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans.AT : RAILROAD.M I t

I f After you learn how to travel with these, Grocerlcr FIFTH ST., FERNANDINA, FLA. KEUNAMMN'A, FI.A., AHTF.it TUANSPOUTATION'H OFFICE, f
you find that the process i is similar to skating. Fine Fausily + With New York and Fernandina Steamship TALLAHASSEE:, FL.V., February 3, IHSO. JOn ",

To the best of my recollection, at my AND Line from Ncly'urlc on "'l'lll1l'H.luI1LlC1. and after Monday, February 2, I4 U,
'? ; first essay I felt much as I should !suppose! a .: ) a. in., and fur New York on Friday\ at iinwciiger trains: of this road will run as follows t

", %': toad would feel on stilts. After a series of PROVISIONS.Customers :UO )p. in.; from Nassui: N. P.. on Wednesday ( : viz:

!\\'J. evolutions that would puzzle a professional: \ ; for Nassau, N. I'., on Wednesday, 1'ASSINGER'l'RAIN-EAST: : HOlT H.1I'U'C ,
acrobat, I got fairly under way. I can give irME1ALL1 \'itlOcurgiaau(1 10'101'1.1111111111I1 SteauuboutofromSavnnunhon'I'uesdayI'tylutw
Chittnhoochcc..dnUy: nt.... :2 oo) J'. M.Leave .
," : you no idea of the exhilaration produced l 10y ( "
( 3 :22: .
" juiney P.M.IAHIVU
",, a wild, frenzied rush through the air, as (it can rely upon getting CHOICE day, Friday and Sunday! ; for Savannah on I Tallahassee! ............. .. 000 1'. )1.
were su )w-.hoes. I started down a : :
upon ( Tuesday, Friday and Sunday t
Leave Munticcllo .v" 7 10 I i*. 1\1. 1
,Might slope of the mountain with no ambi With ClmrleAon: Stcamem (SY.uiu'a and '
f GOODS: MXOTIIIXU Leave Grl.l.l1\'illc..I\: : 838 I'. )1. _
'$ thouatooutrunthewindor"ProfessorSnowshines" City feint) from Savannah and Charleston I.caflu1i'loll... .. !II> :215 I'. si. I

either I can assure \'oU. It was glorious (' CASKS, WOODEN( COFFINS( Wednesday and Sunday ; for Savannah and Leave hive Oak................ 21 15 A. M. J
I I o1\lJellalong at moderate
thought !
I so as HUT THE FINEST LANDS)] > : Charleston Monday ami) Friday. .\rriv(. Savanna: I .............. (II (00 A.JI.
AND} C.HKI'TWurn -
spetsllv'ith no elfort exct'l't to try to : : With Steamer Flurn IllIiltn\ nnd from St.' \rrlvu'l'h..uiasville 055
4 A. M.
guide the machine with of n 10nncII1IIl' long Mary's, Ga., and NC'IIII-w'Ir"r to nnd from Arrive) Albany ............... .....1025( A. M.
Mini pole which "Snow-shoes' had in stock. : METAL AND}) SILVER PLATED] Ht.llIrY'14: River landings.ATlllLKWIX.:! 1nkcl'ity : )
are kept Arrive :335 A. :M.
hut when I commenced going down n
TRIMMINGS KLA., Arrive ( 02.\ : A. 'f..Arrhu .
steep bide of the mountain and shot forward
\ like an arrow from the strong how of an archer O. S. OAKES, With Trains for Live 1 Tallahassee, and Jnck.son\ille 7 [Ill) A. :M.
it was no longer so glorious.! The velocity ; :CONSTANTLY ON HAND.-tfrx all )points in Middle and \Vcr-t Florida.AT Arrive porn uudina............ 3 40 \'. M. \
Tn.C'TOnXh BUILDER Arrive Gainesville: .1...... 501 p. )f.
with which I traveled wai marvelous.I CO I.HCIII.IKIHA' .'1.\.,
Arrive Cedar Key t II) :10 I'. M.
was unable to clearly distinguish objects Bodies washed! and dressed! and prscrvcl With Steamer Ati>hn for all points) : nnd
\XrFACTTRE8 PASSENGER: : TRAINWEST; BOUND.
which I kissed.. An occasional pine tree until burial, with or without the iisi-Jtf ice. landings: on Orange l akc, on arrival of Peninsular
shot past me with n zip like a cannon hall Remains exhumed and for Kail road Train.ATOUNFHVILI.K. I.euve.htrksouvlllo.hiily at.... 5 :30 J'. M.
'(- and-utade my basin whirl. MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, SAWED AND placed in rates: Leave FcriiandinaLeave ............ ......10 ::111.JlI.! .

':. Down I went, faster and faster. I shot TURNED UALl'STERH; NEWEI.S: : removal. attended :, .'1\., 1'U\'l' Cinhll'\'illo, ......... ..... ...... !) II:2A. :M.
t across a table-land or level space at a :STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVES-:: Telegraphic 373m onion promptly to. With Stage! Line fur orals nnd Tampa on ( ('.' fur Key .............. II ...... 4 :30\ ) A. :M.

somewhat abated, then I started up a slope TROUGHS. SHEATHING, -, --- --. -- -- Monday, Wednesday nnd Sntnnlny ; from Ix'uiie Baldwin I ................. ,..... 71111( p. M.
"'. of the mountain, then I came to a steep WEATHERBOARDING: STREET A IIROTIIER Ocala I and Tampii Tuesday, Friday nnd Sunday Leave I. iku City ,.............. ...... U 40) r. M.

...... place and then my snow-shoes stopped, but \ FLOOR L'aHI1'llIlIlIIh ............... ...... 4 :at) p. ,I. f
I went on head foremost into u snow-hunk, ING. AT (.tII\R: KEY': .'1.\., Leave Live OakIcavo ................. ....., 2 Hi1.': '

so deep that my feet seemed to be the only ERNANDINA FLORIDA With Tamiui'' Su'n111.h1: n ('0.14' Lino for Miulixoii! ................. ...... :3 At A. M..
: part of my person I was able to move. Indeed Stair and Church Work Tampa) tutu Muuutct' M HIM lay tutu Thursday I Leave (JrcenvilleIx'iive I ............... ...... 4.'tlA.Ji.: #' I

;t I was so deeply buried in the snow A SPECIALTY. nt 4 p. m., and for ReyVest Sunday and Moiiticello( ...,.....,.... ..... 5 W A. ?t.4rrivi' I
=r that only my feet stuck out. I couldn'tbreathe ': Thursday: ut fi j )J'i in. 'Tallahassee........... .....; 7 (>0' A. 'r.L t
MANLTACTUHE1W IN
I AND DEALERS tave'l'al lahasse...... ..... .. .. ...... 8 4 :10
: or move, so tight was I wedged in. DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES: With the United Slates: and Havana Fast A. :M.
.. :' I exerted every effort, but it was utterly in I Mail '.liliuSrnt for Key West, Havana, IA'ave Ijuincy.................... ......10 OS! A. M.

... vain, and I realized that death would ensue OF ALL SIZES. Stovei, heaters and Raugrst, (Cuba dill arrival of Special Train, every Tuesday Arrive ChattuhoochceCONNECTIONS......... .. ......11 :30 A* si.
Post Office! Box 171.
in a few moment I tried to call for : Havana( .
very afternoon, nt ". iI) )p. m. From .
; hell could not produce sound. When jan4 Fernandina, Flu. Cuba, nnd Key West every Saturday Special At Live Oak daily with the Savannah
hope
.,,' had vanished, and I felt my brain .tNEi4 al FKIIM), TIN AND SHEET: IRON WARE, train to connect.. Florida nnd Western Hallway to nnd I from
i reeling:, some one began:, to tug at my feet With Steamer //lllrl'ri t, for points) on the Ha\'Ullllfth.1I1II1 I all Northern), ''Eastern: niul
'.1 and in another moment I was .brought to IIWIII111'1' Inter, on 'fllII n-dU'If nt (II( n. m. Western Citi( 1e'H.t .

' .v .. light again. Old"Snow-shoes" had followed llAKfnsXI: > CONFECTIONERS.:, ROOFING AND GUTTERING; For information I n-sifcting route, rate, .\ Lake City daily with the Florida Central ,
;ft me and got to me just in time to save rny (.tt.., apply) to Railroad: I to mid from Jacksonville! fc't.Aiiguntine .
*1 life for the second time. One hour later w'o cnnIcEGroceries ; A. O. MA[ ( BONELL: Palatka, Enterprise: ) nnd I I >.. i K were all safe in the town.-San fraaciiicoMASONIC. fJen'l i Ticket nnd Pass. Agent. on the St. JoluiH River. '

: ... /.II11t'tm. C'igiir*, and Tobncoo"" Just rl'cci\-locl-Il large ('IJII"i lIIl1t'nt of I D MAXWELL: ., (;Jen'l Supt. '_'! At Baldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gull
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..-l -- ------ and West Ihili.i. Transit IlailMuy t to aiul (rllia
': .-There will bo a regular emu- TOYS AND r.\ ARTICLES.: Stoves. The "(' )(K'5 JEWEL": is appropriatdy Till FLORIDA Fernandina! oahu( -svllie, C il.ir Key, slid

of Amelia Lodge, No. 47, with steamers for Tnnipu, Kl'Y'l..t and

F'.L .\. M., on Monday evening, June Weddings! Entertainments: and I"icnicH, named-it in I a jewel.'e will not I III VIUIU.
:21st! at 71 o'clock) sharp. Transient brethren furnished at the shortest notice<< ut rock-hot 'rows IMPROVEMENT COMPANY At 'liattaIuMK-hce three times weekly will
arc fraternally invited to attend. tom }prices, be undersold. the pK'j.le'H) ) Line and (Central Line Boats. t\8
W. F. SCOTT, W. M. atANGEL'S: BAKERY: and from Columbus, Eufaula: Fort Gainecr,
fly SECOND ST., OPPOSITE:; : <>. -
,_Jojix_ WJUTXEY.. : :, Set retary. ___ Centre Street .. Apalacldcola, ami other River LmidingM.
2:1: Oppoi l Building. FeriiuiiUInu ;/THGT Eleguiit: ; "SIiH-ping and Parlor L'ooclutr) ,
SO. A SPLENDID OFFER. 'MO. 1s0. (i. F. AVERY, W() MlruIl'! and Locus! Putent, mu daily between -

TOWIIM on It. R. Line Tallahassee! and Jacksonville .
,
: :FI.omv.UnHOp. ;<1- T R V time
1'111- $1'r'llllkk mire connection iierfittEDGAll
and the And Cedar Key.. safety : VUKT,

LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL :....Mf Muster:Transportation.! P
(Weekly one year for $2.50. A.w.. LOHMANN'8FAMOUS IVERY: AND BOARDING !STABLES.CARRIAGES _
Two papers for little more than the price L NOTICE: OF i.xrouiMjTtiTiov: .

(if one. Send us $2.50 and receive AND WAGONS OF THE: FKRNANDINA AND JACKSONVILLE '
Four Offers to Lessee and) Purchaser a large : RAILROAD COMPANY
home with the COURIER-JOURNAL
paper ,
To and from Steamers nnd Trains.!
I the best, Brightest and ablest family weekly number of the tout eligible and desirable: ) BY AUTHORITY OP AN ACT OF Tim
in the country 40 2t Prepared Flour. CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, Err\ l.t laturo of the State of .Florida .en.
Lots, suitable for Biwlnenn! Purposed, or fur titltsl "An act to provide a general I law fur ,
'''. K. I1AUKNIGIIT, -- FOB BILE "
the of
Incorjinration Railroads and (CiinaN!
Residences
!Suburban
AGENT HORSES: BUGGIES, HARNESS: City or and approved February 19, 174" notice! If

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ONLY FIVE CENTS PER POUND. CARTS AND WAGONS; hereby given, a*required by aid at, that ucoiu

)TERMS CA8JI. UPON EASY TERMS. | iny |uu been! formed under the nan*>

a BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, yirOflce and Stable-First Street near Of the *' EKXAXDIXA AHD JACKHO3VILIC HUL-
,1f ANDDealer Broom Street Wharf 4'J-tf! IJberuI Discounts on Value allowed to ftO.1J l'm'PAf1'1 to bo' Invested with all tine'

j 6-tf AT OLD P. O. BUILDING. .. .... right, privilege and
in lee. -- .... -. -- [lartien engaged In manufacturing or industrial 'power fran..MM'f&l'OuCtrrt..1
comjiaiiicH formed
upon uutfcr
TENNESSEE DEEF.SIECIALTY WILLIAM F. WOOD, Jr., MUH. ANNE CLARKE, tnterpri **, who will erect on the }>roj>> mild art for the pur] OM3 of tonatructfuFV

BBOOM STREET WUABF, maintaining and operating| Railroad l r
19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. -ENERAL NEWSDEALER, rpIIIRD ST., BET. CEJITKE: ALACIU-A, erty purchased substantial Improvement public nse in the conveyance of person amiproitrty. )

I for residence or in which to conduct their .
1 JAMES McCJIFFIN BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, FERNANDINA, FLA., The main line of said Railroad rill U-
bwdne about twenty-one lulled in length ; will t**

AND BUILDER, Dealer in Fancy' Article, DCALKE: 1!( THE: INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS conrtrurted between a point on the Atlantic-,
CONTRACTOR Oulf and West India Transit PuiilroaJ, InNaswau
CETTKE STREET, FERVANDINA, FLA by exemption for a term of from and
{'holee.t.Fruit.. aud. Vegetable yean county, the t.Jom" Hirer. *r
Alachua Street between Second and Third taxation, offered by the several cities and or about the city of Jacksonville and win ,
Shelf Pai ers, Picture Frame, brackets, ; i through t
CONFECTIONERIES ETc Pass ; j parts of the counties i o Nut""au
FERNANDINA, FLA. Brushes Croquet Seta, Hand UUuM. Comb*, own*. Apply to 1XSrOSlce and Paval. J. N. IfAItRIM.ANt
etc. Papeterie t't great variety D. Jo:. MAXWKLL.C :
and estimates from a distance care- Bliss' Garden Heed }Flower Farm and Beach A 7th .. .
Orders Alert Hewing Machine Needles! Oil, etc. cor kt Fernandina.16tf WII..KU.'l'Uf: :,

folly attended toT: z -tfI' Clipjter Inkstands, 75 centa. Garden Implements. 7 tf } ,1tI.I4djHa. Ft.., Jfoftk-f, Jii0-:&""




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THE FLORIDA MIiUWll.: Till: FLoiimrAX STATISTICS.The the white Republican voters in Florida, few PUCK'S CARTOON F.DITOJIIAL CO i111ESPONIENCtflatters ;'

In number will not dare Puck the'':American )',,,,c" in recent issue and
::-==.. .- '7.-=-:- press of the State have been indebted comparatively to / u In Congvcss-The JUvcr

NATtl/lDAY, ,I WU11, 1880TIII. from time to time to the FlnrMvin for valuable contest (he edicts of these !selfconstitutedparty presents u cartoon which is not only Harbor mil.WA'TTIXOTON .

.. .. -- statements relative to the result of the leaders In thi, we think, they are amusing: hut calculated\ to strike a deeper June 8, 1880.

:: itEPunLiCAff CANDIDATES. conservative\ administration of Governor mistaken and graver train of thought! which will remain It is diHicult/ to get much attention

?, Oen. '.Tames A. Oarfield, who has been selected Drew in the reduction of taxes and the Improved There arc very ninny highly respectable: impressed on the mind\ long afler the paid to business when all eyes:" arc set upon '

9 f by the Chicago Convention on the condition of the State finances Occasionally thoughtful men of character in Florida, caricature is forgotten. The cartoon represents Chicago. The wondrous achievement of tin-

&, thirty) -sixth ballot ns a candidate for the : some prejudiced I, uninformed or who have heretofore, at the North, belongedto the portals! to the Chicago Convention. telegraph was never more brought to notice [

Presidency' of the United States, now represents reckless: writer or speaker of the Radical the Republican party, because they belies Standing:\ holding the door partly open is than NOW. Bulletins arc to be seen everywhere ""( .

the Nineteenth (!ongres"ional District of party has: alleged that no reduction of taxes 'ed that the )principles of that party on Cameron in the costume of a rough, holdingthe renewed every fifteen minutes, reporting I
;
v Ohio. He I*a native of Ohio, having been had taken place, or if it had that it was inconsequence questions of finance, of the tariff, and other door by one hand and a heavy club in every motion, every speech and every :

horn in Orange, Cuarhaga county, November of a higher assessment of the questions which divide political' parties, were the other, labeled "Patronage," scowling vote taken at Chicago. Yesterday, the 7th, \

;t; 19, 1831, and is consequently! not yet property of the State. The Floridian has always the best for the country.! Such men have fiercely tit u line of men in convict ,drew during the progress of the balloting a groupof

forty-nine years of age. lie graduated ate met these misstatements: with the Inexorable li\'Cllln Florida long enough to sec that the with the names!'! of their :States on their cups, Republican Senators was! gathered in the .

Williams College, Massachusetts, in the year logic of facts: demonstrated beyond name of Rnpublican has been seized upon marching with a lock-step} a ball and chain Senate:! Chamber intent only on the telegram

,, 1&lie(; was!' president of a literary InstlI !! the power of contradiction that Governor by a set of adventurers! advance their private attached to the leg of each, and with Third which every few minutes were brought to I

I tutioii for some years, and studied and practiced Drew's administration had under very hltl'rel'tthat!' ; spoils and not principle\ Term" labeled on the convict stripes of their the reporter's! gallery and dropped down tn ,

law. In 18-i) he became member of great difficulties, and notwithstanding the govern many of them, and that their control leg, tutu "Instructed" on the heavy iron the below and immediately carried to i

itl the Senate of Ohio, and entered the federal Inhl'Iitl'l1Tll'n of time unpaid obligations of of the State will be the placing of the ball attached' to their t leg, ]Hehind the line the Republican pages Senators. A few Democratic I

army in 1801 as colonel of the Forty second the preceding Radical administration of affairs State in the Lauds of tiring based' upon the stand up the tall form of Conkling i ointing Senators! almost equally curious and restless !
,
Ohio Volunteers ; was! promoted to be a brig succcdccd: in very largely diminishingthe control and support of the most j ignorant to the door, witlr a long whip held behind were constantly! leaving their seats I

.t t adier-general: in 18(12( : ; was appointed chief burdens of the taxpayers of the State class!' of society, which it will bo bound to the back labeled Tarty Whip" ; back of walking, about and gathering in the cloak

of staff of the army of the Cumberland and raised Its credit to the highest point obtained I associate in the honors and the administration Conkling stands Logan with a cat of nine Notwithstanding the impossibility

r promoted to the rank of major-general inISiVJ since the war. ; of affairs, and restore to power the defaulting tails, half raised: marked Logan Slugger.; of room.gaining much attention, two Democratic i I

f' :J ; was. successfully elected to the :'Mh J We hope the able and accurate editor of tax-collectors: and) ol1k'l'l'IIl'OnICpicu. The cartoon is entitled! Political Convicts." Krllogg-Spoflbrd :
'n.atol'J the
( spoke upon Icase i
P.nh! 40th, 4tst, 42d: 43d, Uth, 45th and 40th the Floridian will continue to furnish us oils in the days of Radical State governments The sarcasm of the picture'ou the means and Senator Jones called up and procured

s '. Congresses, and in 1879! was! elected by the with similar comparative statements: of all for mismanagement, dishonesty and which have been used to bring forward the the of a bill of considerable i

< Legislature of Ohio to succeed ]Hon. Allen the counties\ of the State, in order that those: mal-udministration. The leatlersuftbeparty!' candidacy of General Grant by the three importance passage to the lumbermen of the South, i

;, 0. Thurman as! United !States: Senator in who have become citizens since 1870 may have utterly Ignored these respectable Republicans Senator is apparent, and the means by the effect of which will, if it becomes( a law,

c \\ta e March, 1881.General t.i 1. see for, themselves the results of u Conserva 1 whobaveno sympathy with themor which It I is attempted' to enforce obedienceto be to dismiss: all trespass uitfor! cutting timber

i; Garficld has been t mho recognized tive-Democratic administration: compared their methods, and we have faith to believe the mandates of these: leaders is presented where the lands have been pun based! by

leader of the Republican party In the House wkh the burdensome! and oppressive taxation that this: class of our fellowcitizenswill in the labeled dress, the manacled. limbs"
the parties.
3 of Representatives for several years, und accompanied with an undue and excessive steer clear of all affiliation with these and the convict lock-step. That these caricatures Roth Houses are verythin in numbers,

has attracted public attention, I by, the unusually !! valuation, which obtained under the ring: leaders and make the interests of the have proved a powerful aid in inducing -
1 and looking forward to an early adjuurnmcnt.
liberal! sentiments he has: expressed onseveral Radical State government. :State; superior to any allegiance to tho who the formidable result whkh now
resolution for of
The an adjustment
r occasions! touching the, new legisla Let; the people of each county compare the mark their selfish designs; under; the pretence threaten to llisfomfit t the plans! of these the Florida\ Inndian hostilities: claim Los

'u lion, and especially the deputy marshals'. rate of taxation as it existed prior to 187f of promoting! .the -interest of tho Republican President makei's'there', is i rid doubt; and
the House although it camevery '
not yet passed r
biil. It was upon his! suggestion! that thetllll'11I1111'IIt with the rate of 1879! und hear iu mind that party.AGJIICULTUKAL. many a mind closed to argument of any
but ruled off on a
near doing so, was
t : to the bill was introduced at the the State I is now paying all its obligations) in other kind sees in this pictorial illustrationwhat !
; of order and not this: session,
point may pass
+ present! "session. General Garficld i is in thp rash: ; that :State scrip formerly held at forty JtKl'AKTMLNT is the real meaning and effect of'the
PltOFKSSOll COMSTOCK.At which is greatly to he regretted.The .
prime, of life, and has had a very considerable !! and fifty cents upon the dollar is: now at par, machine management of the leaders' and anew I
the foot of the beautiful slope ,and river and harbor bill, after having
experience in public affairs nit a' member ninl that the interest on the State bonds' is light dawns on; the rank and file of the
splendid lawns which surround the capitol been added to in the Senate, was sent to tin-
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j4. of the II OUSl'. lie IIYof fine presence!! and t met promptly and punctually. party when they begin to see that they are
and IlIul'h u beautiful foreground to that House and a non-concurrence moved and
may doubtless be regarded a fair representative With these facts! before them men of property counted but not consulted. 1
splendid pile of buildings, as beheld from committee of conference appointed, which
man of the Republican party, and men who have material interests in the
Pennsylvania! .An'lIul'lie the beautiful and has not yet reported. As the appropriations
more acceptable to the country generallythan country, who desire its: substantial prosperity A STATESMAN'S QUALIFICATIONS.The ,
interesting collection of the botanical Gar cover so vide a field and extend to nearly '
Grant, IIluille or Sherman. As! the Republican will not be willing to run tho risk of restoring following letter from a retiring Congressman
lien Immense: green-houses inclose tropical State, a strong effort will be made toprocure
leaders and that the those whose interest and the views which every
4 prcsstttllldt re- : to power : pleasure so fully present
plants of enr"tIricty und from the of the bill without
? t Milt: of the contest! will depend on the State: it was to lay on taxation, to multiply everyquarter we have heretofore expressed: !! in these: columns passage any
of the globe. Palms: and cactus, material diminution. The amount in the
of Newyork, we do. not seeMutt General scrip and to depreciate its \'ah1l'-who labored that we publish it with the hope
lilies: and water plants, foliage plants bill imined is Of this sum
}', Oarfield.! has any particular prospect, of giving ; apparently to increase the burdens of of impressing: : the public mind with the importance I\boutgOOOO
magnificent in color and curious: in form, the Mississippi: the Missouri, and the Ohio
any strength! to his: party in that State, the {eople,1111(1 who as a general thing, returned of a wise !selection and the cordial
almost!! oppress: one with their extent and rivers get cnllectively$1,431,000. The Schuy
while it is probably) true that he will not on the tax books no (property themselves sustaining useful pnbltcservants! and retaining -
richness. Passing out of the botanic kill, the Hudson, the Delaware, the Raritan, I
weaken it unless the inkling mid customhouse and bore no share of the burden. (them in their places. It is from
i Garden, to the west, we reach shortly the the Potomac, the James, the Detroit, the Columbia -
a factions give him the cold: shoulder We may here justly{ add that the t'lurlJitni, 11011. John I. Mitchell, representative in
JN Smithsonian!! Institute 'TIJI1wl The buildIngs the Tennessee, the Cumberland, the
Conkling Cameron and Ixigun, it is: clear under its! able and (faithful editor, has for Congress from the Sixteenth District of
are unlike anything else in Washington Kentucky the Illinois the Fox and the
,I, had no part in Ms: nomination) und will give many long years stood almost alone at the Pennsylvania, who has: declined to he a candidate ,
and the looks like ancient
pile some of this class-get in all$1,43'1,54N
M him probably u very tllkcw supjiort, and capital) watching over the interest" of the people for reelection, and who thus! gives Wis'ulllin-thirtl''n
with and bell lancet windows
abbey turret tower, ). \'lIriuu:4llarLont enumeratedin
if he fails, us he probably will, to carryNew and exposing( the mal-administration, expression: : to his views concerning the position :
and oriels the brownstone massive
; the bill half the
t York, can fall back on their assertions! : : that: defalcations and dishonesty t of the party in : get $4,754,0110. or over
I walls: covered with ivy climbing plants, amount in the bill.
brunt was the only man who eouldcaery' jHtwer who were over but not of the people ; 1 have learned that the public service is
1 and,giving to American eyes some idea of he must be The point was made in the debate on the
; 1 New York With u Democratic candidate.who and the (people of Florida owe much to the a science which, to acquired, '
L .* ? the old abbey lulls and manor houses: : of lone and laboriously studied; and an art bill in the Senate that the of
; ? will bo acceptable to and bring out the power ol'time press, in the hands of the veteran improvement
Old, Kngland.: Within the hulls are tilled which, to be to killfullul'plil..l must belong the tributaries of the navigable riveropened .
y f whole )Democratic strength of NYork, Dyke, for curbing to Home extent the I practiced. Hence, f urn sensible of many great
with a vast collection of natural history: and ;
of General OarJil'1,1'lIl'Itlllll atbniAlstra shortcomings. What skill I have ac'Jllirl't.1In up new channels and water-ways
there 1 is little f probability recklessness: : of Radical tiOuy. may
It reslsuuoro with tlll'lh'lII'l'rati'l'IIII'Itlon curiosities brought home by our'oriou!! this behalf is of small account to and tended to enlarge the facilities of commerce ,

; lttIri'1Sit.NS1111" exploring expeditions. me in private life, but I cannot transfer it to and to create healthful competition
at Cincinnati to 1'1111'1,111 '('II the of the Smithsonian my successor.! To avoid this waste: in future, 1
American habit of mind cast!! building,
Partisanship: with the railroad of thecountryn
great
( monopolies
nomination a man who will command the so far as l possible! ( I can only urge the selection
fL 'Mipport not only of his own party but of existing in almost every form of social\ life, there has been recently erected tU'W of a successor worthy of long continuance view which has much force in

'f,VV the of all who believe but especially cultivated unit developed in museum!! entirely different in its style of in the public service[ with the hope it. As an instance the Tennessee! River has
good men parties:
politics. .\ political' bin which in most: instances I architecture from Smithsonian: : building. that be may be retained long enough to as long a course as: the Ohio, and would In
m !, that n Democratic 1 President, who can command make him more useful than man can
any
1 is the result of birth and association The new building is pretty and picturesque,

the supi>ort of his partyin carryingout : he without such experience. Neither local navigable from its head waters to its mouth at

s r 1I1'I'c".Ir reforms in the government sometimes from prejudice! or personal I c0)misisting| of large quadrangle some threeto ambition nor j ersonal preference should be all seasons of the year but fur obstruction-:

) grievances, and hardly ever from u deliberate I four hundred feet on ('Ill'hitlt.: ., with an permitted to interfere with (the tenure of about of the
length of the river.
; u i ul restoring. it to its better days of constitutional lit1\'u)
thoughtful examination\ of political theories average height of about two stories, with all1ll''lItl..1 such a man, so long as! he rcm.iins faithful
', \ government, will and can do better and etlicient in oflice. To make him such In l consequence p of these obstructions the
: ,completely : : the mind of 1 Jhe partisan I pavilion l' in t the centre. It l is: more river is almost .
gt rt'Ym than any nominee of the Republican party, possesses he sLcapacity 0old possess- intellectual force, great U-lCIIoI: has very little buiness
1 so that he can see nothing bad, nothing of the Kusti-rn: Moorish: I style, and were itby and love for work, and physical and an in-igniticant ( The
who will I the
y necessarily<< hampered by 'III1'rce.
wrong, and nothing corrupt in his own I itself would be very }pretty and attractive, health und\ strength to endure it, good habits Ohio River has been receiving liberal
t
and combinations which have appropriations
ring surrounded -
? strict integrity manly independence of
,
:
but of the Old und
and wise and I'lacl'llIllIlIgolicll': English
nothing good, nothing
party ; for the Tennessee
has
,: Grant and Hayes. opinion and courage of action, intimate p'lIro4.llt
l nothing I honest in the opiosing| : party. partly gothic Smithsonian building there is: of the and their been
The nomination of )Ir. Arthur, formerly knowledge; common people) only just recognized as: of importance.In .
It I is this blind, unthinking partisanship! an incongruity which i is! very unfavorable to wants, and u hearty course two or three the
J collector of New York, is intended to secure years,
j which constitute the strength and\ power of the new building. :Still: lying to the west of \' C'l'illdl: a man, with reasonable I'rosl'l''t river .
#> > help for the ticket in New York )1 Arthur of continuance in office, would be serviceable tvi11beopenldthruughits whole length
"party leaders. Relying tip| omt the existence the Smithsonian grounds! we came to the from the first and after of over six hundred miles anti
was removed from olllce by :\1 r. Hayes: for some years' experience an immense
the permanence' and tenacity of this feeling, Agricultural Department building, a very would honor his district and adorn business will be When this i N
,violation of the rules! of ('h'illIl'rvke reform' traINLl.tl..1 !
they see that success lies not in appealing to }plain, unostentatious! brick building, partly the uatioll'll.hl"tory. If, in addition he (MIS- done,
.and his nomination illustrates!! thi hyMK-ri,, grain can loaded on the
| y sessed: sufficient estate to be free of all anxiety :
offices und the remainder
the the discretion the occupied} by as un
9 1. of the framers" of the platform. The ticket judgment) << or patriotism for current excuses: and\ a competency 'I Iiol.oui: or upper Missis>ipjl and brought toCimattanlsigaWithin

will excite no enthusiasm, and I is. open tovery of the party, but securing: the control agricultural seuum.Ii in old age, he would he better able to devote about four hundred

of its organization and getting possession of this building I found Prof. Henry ('011I- all his: energies to his: public duties. The miles of Charleston, Savannah Port
criticism Royal,
1 I sharp : the instrumentalities't'lmicim in the name of stock and I the partner of I his m labors in entomology salary now paid is sulh'cient, if there couldbe
or Brunswick and
I UIIreusonable certainty tenure without at but little greater distance -
w..t7'KI the party, but independent of any considerable )1 nt. Comstock, who seems us the necessity of election from Fernandiua
WILLIAM 'S IllCKS.Some paying heavy to which the
1/ men are born to greatness, somewen portion of the voters of the party, manage much devoted to the interests of science usher expenses( : Dut tfl'f'l" with those necessarily grain of the North est can be (Ioint in
I : hu b\I1tl. The Professor showed incident to the ottice and 'urril
family
its primaries, its conventions: eventually me a expense: ,
bulk from the
achieve and some men have barges!, I lessening the railroad
I greatness, leave little of the salary as u
!. designate absolutely: t the candidates collection of insects: which infested the very compensation ) -
greatness thrust 14011 theta Florida bus iu for time and labor, ami practically transjMjrtation to tide water several' hundred !
who shall he voted for. orange tree which he hud' under a course of
nothing for support in after life. If truly ( This work the
the great sccthingculdron! at Chicago evolvedtit mi, on Tennessee at Muscle -
As u consequence, t the only contest we see careful and minute observation designed to t one throb and upturn from the boil! of an appropriation of $300,000
: show their mode of their find no time for private business. His
in political matters: i is not on the part of origin, propagation, in
the bill and i is
the caldron u great man. In the proceedings vacations must be given wholly study. He one of the most meritorious
L ; : of that convention we find t lie existence masses of the people, but between leadersof : manner of operating und the respective i is never without work for rainy day or a itl'1 in the bill. The appropriation of I

I of Florida deduced from the existence of the same party striving to secure for stages: of existence through which they pass dark night. The vast field of political science $.3oN)0 for Cumberland Sound is confessedly
i A number of containing lies before him, and to succeed -
themselves this t'1ll1trul,111111 it becomes a pots young orange ever open one of the meritorious
Hicks. tTI\t'n the nomination YicePreslUnits and itemsof !
well he must tire of it.
never exploring Il'iimate.
war of fact ions, a war ('arril't.lollul'elily and trees are grouped a table, and theoltsorvvrnotes
.y for the convention we observe with HUl'llut least is my view, and I have acted expenditure proposed by the bill, and

awe anti admiration t the name -William defiantly being taken for grunted that : by careful examination every day their upon) it, beginning ut Harrisburg nine yearsago. ranks in the class of 1rl'r\'l'I11lnt which all i i

which ever succeeds, this: success will be, in growth and development thus keeping a It is 1 nut u paying business: except in admit to within the

W. Hicks ; either cast, supi>ortcd and ratified by the kind of 1H11. The ,
William t of all professions if it were Secretariesof
theCommittee Resolutions mo inspiring
On -
I Wutkins Hicks ; jMirly under the pressure of the jwrty spirit, : their huliits und their comparative free from electioneering scrambles and factious War and the Navy, and the Chief of the ,
the and the whip. Such u injury to the trees. After a long and careful' Ones
On the Committee of Permanent Organization party press party squabbles within own party It i is Engineer Department, have given it their
-W. W. Hicks; thing as any considerable! number of voters examination of these Insects us shown in not agreeable to decide between friend: warm endorsement in official communications

objecting or refusing to follow the lag( of their living existence: upon living trees, the knowing that one, with all his followers, -
Wutkiiui to
} Oa the Committee of Rules- ,W. will berate you, or to be blamed for doing Congress. .,
Hick ; the successful faction 1U nut to be unticiputed. i- PtofcsAor hopes to be able to draw the necessary what somebody else doe, and for nut doing The news of Gartield's: nomination on thv

a' At< a member of the new National Com.in'tietH If this: is: the rase at the North, where conclusions as to the best mode of pry what you cannot do. I think an alternate tliirty-sixth ballot (

-William Wutkiiw Hicks. education in political affairs I the schoolhouse tccting the trees from injury by them and to member of Congress, who c duty it should 'ln1' a* I surprise, and
', L bo to attend to all such work and to take all apparently, by the way in which it was rereived -
Rev.1Cillamit form the boast of ensure their destruction if they are reallynoxious.
The only other place not filled by the and the newspaper
blame f for it, would IK a most desirable: improvement by no means, a surprise'in
Wat kins Hkks was the Committee the |>olitical press, if they blindly and implicitily in organic politics. lieouldsee fat a kind of cold j'fu,1 nearh'enr

on Credentials, which was left open to ue follow the orders of their i leader*, be In large glass-covered building several to garden-seed., pensions, and public documents )' Republican had taken his !stand oil;

filled! probably by the Rev. W. W. Hick they Cameron or lllaine, ConUing or Sherman hundred full grown have enemies enough if you add any applications ) or Sherman and there was .
Well, we suppose; : Florida I Is Hicks and or Chandler of Maine; how is: it with distinct varieties are grouj>ed together. for api'ointments. to keep him in no Garfield enthusiasm provided to meet time J J

J Ik** i1 Florida. We see already in the ute the so-vullod UI'l'ublil'Un'lter.ut the South? The grounds round the Agricultural orlice for life out of spite" (1'"lon, _. .
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I for Cnirtwell: the Indications that the Florida The Republican paj>cr*, on the strength Department are laid out with much good - ----

delegation; are in the hands of Hicks and theassuruteesof: the Republican leaders) at taste, and Urnifes, rosartc, end plants in S. 1). CO.NOTIR it quoted in hU party a* Congress has just pax**! t resolution

open to manipulation. We were under the the South assert that they will curry several masses give a charming appearance to the not rumors being that in he the will market.sell out Yet to A there stronger are authorizing the Agricultural the printing of ::IOl c-opies "f

r iwj>m lon that Shipman, Humphreys, Led States, and are endeavoring to create the inn surrounding 1 candidate. Will the l\attlat let us into the about Report for 1*;9. This gives

with,etc., were i in the FIorMa delegation: but |rcsion that such {party leaders a. Hicks We hope some
It HIIU they' are entirely' Ignored; and when |in>l Dennis: and men of that kind have supreme :Florida an arboretum for the practical experimenting Come Bro. 1'iitfiot, tell u: all about it.

Florida<< is called. Hicks answers Here," control of the Republican vote, and upon new species of trees: and Steams friendskiy he paid the Doctor $4(1\ 0 TUB river and harb bill imaged the

J The announcement of HicLs on all of the run give it to any candidate they, the leaders thrill" ) of known value and f'r.thr perfecting to get out of the way in 1879. How much house ad: ) by the of'

:j committees la above "'contained in the may prefer. It toa'eml: to be taken for of .. '.del'ti6 'of the be t Vpeciejf'and will it take to more him now? The Republican conference. I includes all cmmite items for

first li>l atchea from Chicago in the Washinjrtuu granted that the fact that a man It a colored varieties of the vitro, tribe'so that we shall l prospect of success i* not so good now Florida, and $30ouQ for f

pipers' It l U acid In later lepers that man stumps !him as: the_ property of these not only fustain the reputation of the FlorUUi as it was in 1876 and we think $2,000 would -L'lLrIautlSulll

the !honors bad been. in llartdh.lt1e.t. Ucks 'leaders, and that without question they can orange), but increase it and raise: the be a big price. What do you think, General Dn"L E.asE'a doorket-per for the

t,1eutrp; seeks a cabinet ottice. rontrul his vote It is further assumed that standard of all the fruit I'I1bediu the.State. Starke rtt grlJpIt, Greenback Convention at CiCgJ.s


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MEXICAX WA11 VETLUAXS. of ground with n race inured to hardship! ;this} subject his theory, in my opinion, i i4I MALLORY'S N1:1 SCIIEIVLEIGEORGIA. !

On the 28th lust. Senator Call, of Florida;' and familiar with war, commanded by Santa I entirely indefensible, aVid if correct dour to l'I.CnUnS1'K'ISIIII- LISE. -
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Anna, the most famous captain of the age, prohibit] the expenditure of a single IIf
S reported from the Committee of Pensions who wart sustained by subalterns educated public money for this purpose. I concur in ..,... --. .' .

"A bill granting pensions to certain soldiers tho highest( schools almost the; idea that there is ho more beneficent Only Direct Line to New York. J ..I| g j 1'IOIIlUINLA.NDa ,\ J

and sailors\ of the :Mexican: and other wars I cncc.: The sent of population lay in object of legislation i on the part of Congress "' -*
therein inncceiLle'nt1ets and were defended bj !. than the improvement of the great high way .... -
named and for other
puriKe> I natural ramparts deemed impassable to the and of every water-way that connects with G1" \

.General: Williams of Kentucky, general! invader; and yet in less than a year and a them throughout, this country.The ', ,
ms : known as Ccrre Gordo Williams, from his half from its landing upon Mexican'soil our I objection of the learned Senator: from

brilliant fight at that place during the Mexican little army was: master of the entire (conn ,'crmontIr.[: Morrill( ] that there is a num. ", \
had the battles of He\tll'n her of to he made which will "
new
try. Taylor won surveys 0 Jl 1' A N S-1
;t | jvar, addressed tile Senate' in RUltprtofthet Palo Alto, and Monterey, and with a handful become new object of appropriation' ough"not THE FINK.STKAMPIIIl'S, ; S T E.t'1i ll O.tT 0
c CU-3l1J'e. He// in the first place, met the regulars and four thousand\ volunteer. to t'arrUII\' aright with. it. The country '
; Y "tb.iectibns'to the bill that the Mexican sol! i had beaten Santa Anna at Beuna Vistaitl t is settling'up;; its porulationisiacreacing' "'I ST} nX TEXAS,

4 Litters still in prime of life and did not an army of twenty-five thousand regular every year; its agricultural )porduction is CAPT. HIKES,
were soldiers!; while Scott, landing at Vera Cruz; increasing, and ns the people form new settlements .
Diced it, by showing that their average age with fourteen thousand men, besieged rind upon the streams that lead to) the CI'I'01' DALLAS,

t, [iuust now be about sixty-five. captured that city with its famo\lsdlltlt' Sai: ocean*oft the/ great highway of comment, CAPT. RISK.:
t Juan de Ulna and then moved on Jem shall they not have the l'ut'rnall'arc of the
that this Southern leave
To the objection was a ): of the nluvl't'nJllCr.4:: will
lit Gordo, where an army of thirty thousand National Legislature i! to enable them to carry ONE for New York Fridayto ..... ,i.. ,.. -5... '
'tnen.'Iure, he answered by showing that a every
disputed' his passage of that modern Thermopvla,1. their productions to market and to impof
*tle over; one-half of the 100,000 men engaged .After,two hard and bloody days the articles of consumption? The country ( This suit line the tide having). no transfers to make No SEASICKNESS! :No OCEAN DANGERS
In*tltatlwar.came.from: the Northern and the Mexican army is ronted and dispersed increasing, and a.q' it increases, under t between \ .
Western States and said can be From Perro Ootdo: our':little army moved wise system of legislation it must increase -
[ "Nothing rapidly on, capturing without resistance Jal the amount of its appropriation!'! FERNANDINA AND NEW YORK, TilE STEAMERS
yr 'farther from the truth. This I is not a scctionaor apa and Pueblo, the Castle of Termite, amid 1 Ihave no objection\ to a limit, if it be the Otters the

''t\, -or party question. It is a broad national one, the whole country of the' Tlascallas and sense of the Senate to put !some limit upon TRANSPORTATION CITY OF IIKinCSETON
: which addresses! itself to the patrioti of Chululas and stood 1 upon the Sierras over these expenditures.' I do not care for that. BEST AND CHEAPEST -
looking the magu f'lrpt' I( itlll j of Mexico, but I wish' to say' there must be a more enlarged TO FLORIDA< SHIPPERS. Anti DAVID CLAKK.
k ,; every man, North and South, who loves his with its groves and'gardens! pldnted by the' and a wider. idea of the beneficent Vegetables and Fruits will receive specialcare
; ., country and cherishes its glorious memories Montczumas and its gilded temples erected effects of this legislation than has! been exhibited in handling.
,\\1, The war itself! was the war of the whole by the old Spaniards in the days of their in the argument of the Icarnei jr"TIIE FAST?
and splendor.Our Senator from Alabama on this subject. In PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS( ARE '1.- .
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j the blood and treasure
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I' country, army was dazzled by the spectacle and my,, Own State the enterprise of people Fl FIRST-CLASS.' '
e( all the States was mingled in a common eager to be led at once upon the renowned from the North and from the West settlingup The traveling public are offered the advantages j PASSENGER] S !VEGETABLELINE. ; :l

V t cause. Its glories, undimmed by a single city. But its direct Approaches were over its wild and'heretoforc uninhabited lands! of a DIRECT LINE, WITHOUTANY

%( \ ;, ',. drop of fratricidal. blood, are the common inheritance narrow causeways, through swamps and: and their productions arc increasing every CHANGES. Connections made at ,- ,
; J lakes, and ,defended by strong fortressesBcotbled year l largely They arc seeking health and Jacksonville with all steamboats. for all i'
r:; \ of all. R: r his Army to the left around the employment there end find it,and are build on the St. John's, Ocklawaha, and I.steamer ..
; To the objection that the number to be )lakes near the base of the mountains, over ing up the country. We have fifteen hundred Indian Rivers, and with the Transit Railroad City of Hrldgetoii, ;

: t placed on the pension roll would be very fields of jagged pcdregal, which the enemy miles sea-coast; we have vast forests at Fernandina for all railroad stationsin FITZGERALD
'\ he claimed that by careful estimate supposed brilliant Then commenced of timber yet uncut;; we have great capacities Florida.! CAPT. JOHN ,
1 large, ji that series of operations beginningat for new objects of culture heretofore unknown Waits at Fernamlina for the Monday and [
,\, ; there'c mld. not now,,bo more than surviving Churubusco and ending ''in the triumphal in the country, whch are consented FREIGHT AND PASSENGER RATESAS Thursday night Vegetable Trains of the
': veterans of tho Mexican war, and I 000)( entry of six thousand American troops intoa throughout the length and breadth of the LOW AS BY INDIRECT: LINES.

: widows, and 700 sailors and their widows, capital containing a population of two States, South, West and North. Shall not J aO-Through Rates and Bills of Ladingto ATLANTIC, GULF & WEST INDIA
hundred and fifty thousand, and defended our rivers and harbors be improved? The
('! 'I i making? a total of 8,000; that there could all Points ANDPENINSULAR
... by an army of twenty-five thousand men. great commerce of the Mississippi I River
information
.4 (\ : not be more than 2,000 survivors of the History records no campaign marked Jjy amount to hundreds, almost thousands, of to For passage or further. apply RAILROADS,

Black.Hawk, Crock and Scmlnole wars,who such rapid and brilliant successes and ending millions dollars, and when the aggregate '
R, W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, leaving Centre Street Dock direct for Savftn-
I under the bill in !such valuable and lasting results. production of the valley of the great Westtra'el' .
would be entitled to pensions Fernandina. nah Passengers and shippers arc assured
This war was not more marked for thq splendor !!('!! around this wide extent of fifteen \
i.,' making a total of 10,600 persons, and that al of its achievements than for the humanity hundred miles of coast, shall it not be protected C. H. MALLORY it CO., 2-tf of connection at Savannah with the steam-
Pier liO East River New York. and trains for the North.
't $96 per year;the amount provided for in ther of its conduct. by the paternal care of the Government ----- shillS

')j bill, the whole amount required annually War and not barbarism bore our victorious ? Every year new objects and new FLORIDA AND HAVANA
it banner through Mexico. We made war opportunities of improvement and protec Steamer David Clark, I
would be but $1,017,000 frightful sum,indeed upon the organized forces of the enemy and tion to life and property upon the ocean,and! FAST MAIL SERVICE. CAPT. P. II. WARD, I
I t ., to Senators who voted f for $20,000,000 not upon the people and property of the of conveyance to the high seas\ are being WEEKLY
; of arrearages of pensions. I am not finding, country. Private property and church property opened to the settlement, and occupation of Leaves Centre Street Dock every Wednesdayand I

r fault with them for that vote, but I do find were everywhere respected by our victorious the country. Saturday SAVANNAH, touching at ,
soldiers. :Our camps were safe and BRUNSWICK: ST. SIMON'S: DARIEN and
y' fault with them after that liberal vote to attractive markets to the people for all they "LITTLE S1011=WIIITEJr DOBOY, GA.
at which would be the first had to sell. taken without
Stick Nothing n
$1,017,000, was .
Albert Tschautch ( i is the .
a >erman painter .
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h\ appropriation; to bo made for all these soldiers full equivalent, ; being paid for it. I doubt if author of a handstmc 1 painting called I : <

now living to be placed: on the pen any friendly army ever marched through its Little Snow-White." The story of" Little Performed by the new and ete antlyal- Steamers arc connected Through Tariff
aloft roll." own country with so little damage to the Snow-White," or as the Germans!'! call her, pointed steamship' ADMIRAL (!)( ) with the Atlantic, Gulf .t West India Transit
s 1 people as ours did through Mexico. The "Scimnti-u ittcien," is, that once upon Ii according to the following schedule: and Peninsular: Railroads, and via Savannah
it.eMr.,:; Williams! went on to say : people were expecting the !scenes of Badajos time queen sat sewing at her palacein- Leave Cedar Key on Tuesday: morning. with steamships for Baltimore, Philadelphia .
President, no class: of soldiers ever and Saragossa, and were astonished, and dow unl looking occasionally at the snotsfalling (Passengers; from Savannah leave by steamer New York and Boston.
presented stronger claims upon the justice completely won by the mercy J and moderation without. The window-frame\ was: ol City of Bridgcton on Saturday 4 p. m. Leave<< l or State-Rooms: Tickets, and all other
e' &lnll -,gratitude of their\ country that these of their conquerors. High( and low ebony and as: the snow lay on the sill Itlookeli Fernandina or Jacksonville by Transit Railroad : particulars, apply to the following Agent
'$l eight thousand survivors of the army offpxfcon they took every occasion to express it. I remember so beautiful that she forgot what !slit train :\lon.lnlIIornin ), Arrive at an.IOlllcrM:
1 ) They are nil that remains! unpro being present at a banquet given by was! doing, and presently pricked her finger Key West Wednesday; morning. Arrive at Fernandina, Fla.-Capt. J. L, lloumillat,
+ ( vided for of that hundred thousand brave the Genera pal citizens of the City of, Mexicoto ( with the needle. Three drops: m of blood h-11 Havana Wednesday:; a't'ternoon. Agent, Centre:: ., between Second and Third.
./ inen-who upheld their country's honor in Scott, at which a paper, signed i ana by on the snow, and it looked so charming that Returning, leave:Havana Thursday even Savannah, (!a.-Cor. Bull and Brydn Sts.,
Its first foreign war Where are their com- many hundreds of the most influential the queen said, AhGml that 1IIIIIlu childas ing. Leave Key West Friday morning. Arrive opposite! Pulaski and Screvcn House.
t t railed that answer not to roll-call to-day? wealthy citizens of Mexico, was presented, i white\ an! snow, as red as blood. and as Cedar Key Saturday morning (and at Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner Bay and Pine
t Dead upon the field of honor ; fallen into offering to make him President of that Republics black as (.bon"." Such a child was soon Jacksonville and Fernandina by Transit Sts., Dr. L'Engle's Drug Store; .\. C. Lan-

::1 t that (' which the bugle shall wake ( for life. horn to her, and she died, leaving the little Railroad. Saturday evening: and at Savannahby phere, Ticket Agent; A. L. Hungerford,
them to battle and glory no mote. one td the king's ('yn'. Soon, I however, homarried steamer City:of; p Bridgeton Monday morning Agent. .,
The war with Mexico( grew out of the annexation RIPER AX1). HAItllOK RILL again, and the new queen' was UI ), thus forming! the shortest possible! sea St.:: Augustine! Fla.-On the Bay, R. I,'. ... I '
: of Texas! to) our Union. Mexico, Senator Morgan offered 1 an amendment proud of her beauty that she could not bear route between the United. :States:; and Cuba. .\rm!'>troJlggellt.. .
rr after achieving her independence of :Spain the the thought that in all the world was\ one PASSACSE; lUTE: Palatka, Fla.-Lilicnthal Brothers & Co.. 1
and overthrowing, the imperial government) restricting amount to be appropriated more lovely than she. In her bower was! a Calin. Recursion.Savannah Agents.
tt of Iturbide, established a federal republic under the River and Harbor Bill at $5,015,0< ), mirror, to \which she would say : to Ha\'ana.J: 2 00 $IS 50 GUSTAVE; : LEVE,

modeled upon our own. That vast country, being the amnumtwhkim the Secretary of the ((lirrllr, mirror on the wall, Fernandina Havana..... LlJOO( :{SOi> General Passenger Agent.
known as Texas, lying between our south Treasury bad included in bis report after Fairest run I not of all? JoeksulmV'illCtoIktvnntt.\ / .... 1000:! :s/iO W. F. BARRY,
borders and the Rio Grande, was occupied General Savannah.
Agent,
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a by roving bands of warliKela'njc'!!, reducing the estimates of the Engineer Department and the mirror would tell her yes. Meanwhile For tnt'rooJJlUlul' tickets apply' to LI'Y1J.IH : .: J, N. HARRIMAN,
& .\ N'S'I'uurist OI1
Little Snow-White was growing up, l'-I.:
1 hostile to both countries. Mexico( conceived\ 11 Manager.
and one day when questioned. her mirrorit Savannah, (!a.-C ?) the idea of protecting her exposed! border hy Senator Call of Florida spoke as! follows : informed her that Little Snow-White wa.s streets. H. .\, ('ALLAN. Agent.FernaudiuaEgatont .
this with North .Ameri SUMMER
peopling country : Hotel. .\, I.. MEL-: SCIIEDVLESr
L'11 cans. She; tempted emigration by large )(r. President, it seems! to me that if the a thousand-fold lovelier than she. Filled\ -
x tracts of land, which 11lrt'lf thousands of our theory of the Senator from Alabama [ptr. with rage and anger she gave the little girl LEN, Agent. THE 8TEAMF.US:
and Pine streets.A. .
into the hands! of a woodman, with instructions Jllekson\'ilIc'-Corncr Bay
Perilt i Morgan( ] as to the effect of the appropriationsfor .
t) ous ThellH'migrantli) drove out river and harbor improvements' i.s: correct, i to kill her. The child's beanty touched C. LANI'I1ERE.lgent. .,- .. ,-
Indians him, and be let her run free in the forest, St. Augustine-On the Bay. I). F. ARMSTRONG :
the and organized a State govern. there ought not to bo anv money voted. I
411 ment. About this time the government ofMexico shall never so long as 1 have a seat in the where one day she found n little house, upon :. ( Agent. _20tfST. _- j ST. JOHNS [ | { CITY POINT}
seized Senate of the United States vote for a riveror entering which[ she found 1 a small table .-___ .c it
was by a military usurper, JIAKY'S RIVER PACKET.THE .
k l who overthrew the federal syFteand }proclaimed harbor improvement if it is local in the arranged for ..e\'Jlp'r.4on". She; tasted the
the absolute supremacy of a unified benefits that it confers. But the theory is food and drank a little: wine, after which she .

(-entrn11JWer. The |>eople of Texas revolted nut. true i it is essentially wrong. .\ proper lay down on one of the seven little beds, and .. f
against this imperial despotism\ and took and a wise expenditure of money for the soon was fast asleep The seven dwarfs who 1 er.

r"+ ( up arms to defend their liberties and won improvement of great thoroughfares; of commerce owned the house,and delved for the precious ::=:; '!;;; \
m them upon the glorious field of San Jacinto. of trade and travel, benefits not alone metals in the earth, soon came home, and -
Mexico made no further effort to subjugate the particular locality, but every person seeing her beauty let her ,sleep till morning, STEAMER }'fJOnC.I'1' ,\. '' .
within the The theory that these when she told her t'torv.tfllev told her she
deuce. improvements country.are local ii\ their benefits in might live with them if she would be their JOHN RICHARDSON, WILL leave Fernandina for Jacksonville

$ 1me nine her right to freedom, and she was revived transporting the productions of the country housekeeper. She consented, and the dwarfs WILL RUN: ON THE ST. MARY'S RIVer Palatka, and intermediate landings .
into the family of nations as the independent to the great marts of commerce, and that were very fond of her. One day the 111'l'nC'un1"ultl't'IIH'r during the season as follows : on the St. John's River, and, Savannah
Republic of Texas. they have no intlucnce upon all the articles mirror and found that Leave ST. MAKY'H EVEUIOXD..\Y and and Charleston, -folows: "
Texas now began to treat for admission of consumption1iicli' are consumed ()Wllitc was yet alive. She jtoisonedan :; THURSDAY: MORNING( at ((5 I o'clock, for .,
Y; into the Union of North: American States, throughout the l'ulUlttthut the increase of apple' and sent it to thcchild.who took one FKKXASWXA ; and will leave FERNXPIXA From Fernandina
but her adoption was delayed for a time by the taxpaying (capacity of the country does bite of it and fell dead. The dwarfs mourned same days at !H< II, in., for C.UII'I'I: sectional and party opposition The annex not lessen the burden of taxation upon the and carried her on a bier for burial, }but she\ and all Int'rJIIl'lHateluuliuh"M" on tho river. 0
ation of Texas became absorbing issue in individual taxpayer, has no foundation ina looked lovelv us she lay there, her throat Returning: EVERY: : TUI::DAY and FRIDAY JiB- EVERY: WEDNESDAY.-: ; ,1 :

our Presidential contest of 1841! which resulted sound jiolitical economy. The great tributaries so white, her cheeks so red, and her hair so will arrive at ST. MAHY'B ut 3 p. in., ,<.
/ in the triumphant election of Mr. which bear the commerce of the Mack, that they made a glass rofliu and inscribed touching nt I'IRN VNM\A.!' From Fernandina .

f ,I'oil, to tho IVesidency, and the passage of, country to the ocean share every bushel of on it, "She was! a king's daughter.; On WEDNESDAYS: : and SATURDAYSwill FOR; SAVANNAH ASI CHARLESTON :
fi .' S the joint resolution of annexation ; and the rorn and every pound of i-otton, and they This, with the maiden in it, they placed' on leave ST. M.VKY'S at 8SO!: a. Its, and can '.
a ,\ star of Texas, by the will of the eople., was hare e'C1artide of inland trade. Every the mountain, where one day u' prince saw- be chartered for excursions toDuiigencmcs JifT-EVERY FRIDAY.-
of this it, He wept, and at last induced the dwarfs
added to our glorious I constellation of States. ncrcoseof the taxpaying capacity "' ,
of diminishes the burden of tax to let him bear it to his palace. As his fol. Close connection made with
country for
steamers
Mexico regarded this a'S an act hostility upon !
of interest in the
1 lowers were carrying it, the jostling: earned: and other points vicinity
1 and abruptly terminated all diplomatic relations the individual.tax-payer. ellonville and Enterprise: also with steajn-
with our ;government and the war This I in the tlteory upon which a river and the piece of the poboned apple to fall out of of Fernanuinu.Through. ers for Ocklawaba River; also at Savannah
; followed. Popular enthusiasm swept away harbor bill ran alone be defended a measure : the maiden's throat, whereupon she rose as Hill", of Lading, with I steamers for :New York, Philadelphia,
f t all opposition,and what had been denouncedas of general and national I importance. well as ever, and married the prince The by MALLORY'S LINE: of Steamers to allpoints Boston and Baltimore.and at Charleston with ,
as a party measure became the common There is no stream,no highway, which bears wicked queen consulted her mirror,and now on the St. Mary's. steamers for New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore '
'f' Causelime patriotism of the people' re- the productions of the country to the ocean it told her that a new queen was more lovely CION'Coullt'dloll and with Northeastern t South Carlo- :
sj>onded on (\lie spat to the call of the government he improvement of which does not diminish than she. To test the matter she went to lina Railroads for routes :North, East and }
ball she astonishedto made with the :New York and Sa'almahtl'umel'
for the burden of taxation the hll1i'idl1altax.payer the wedding where was West. r
p s troops upon find the new queen to be Little Snow- Mark all goods ",Care of Steamer
; The old soldiers now appealing to the jus .
her feet into Fernandina." FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS ( -
White. They made ht"r1Ut Flora,
tice of Congress are the survivors of those I wish to illustrate tlmisprincipleb: } a reference
in this bill for the the glass slippers heated till they plowed like GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PASiiengers. ,
brave men who, in the prime of their young to the appropriation '
thus she had dance till she fell Excursionists and Tourists will
manhood improvement of two of tho in the tire, and to !
rallied around their country's flagS { ports Through Tickets and Staterooms secured
extended seashores of State. dead with anger,pain and chagrin. But the find this a very attractive trip, as the sceneryis
and bore it victoriously across the burning widely my own and all information furnished at office, cor-
f hand of Mexico; upon the bloody fields of In the city of Jacksonville, according to the prince and Little Snow:! -White-so the story grand and alligators and other game are ner Centre and Second streets. .

Palo Alto, Kesaca, Monterey, and Beuna statistics furnished to me by a committee of runs-lived many happy years, were blessed abundant.For :0-ly C. \. :NOYES.
Vista; who planted it upon the wall of Merchants of that city,theaunuallWymen&'ofextra with numerous good children, and in short- further information RICHARDSON apply to
Vera Cruz and the Castle of San Juan de rates of insurance and of extra rates of lived in peace, died in Greece, and were JOHN A. B. NOTES,
Ulna ; bore it up the heights of Cerro Gonlo; freight above those in the adjacent harbors juried in a cake of tallow.MR. 25-tf Fernandina, Fla. iGROCER

through Contreros, Churubusco. Chapulta- amounts to $2H3,000 upon the lumber exported -- AND SHIP CHANDLER,
consumed O. B. GtLmiA, Morris, Ill. makes II O II A C E HEW,
pee and Mrlino del Ray, and finally plant. from that city. This is ,
ed it in triumph upon the Halls of the Mon- throughout the United States.; In this bill this statement in The Prairie harmer, of the DEALEB IN
tezuroav.. These are the survivors of the there is an appropriation of only $125,000 remarkable merits of the Charles Downing Wholesale and Retail
I war who did that to the honor of their coun for St. John's River; yet the people of all strawberry; "Charles Downing, though not Provlfelous, Liquors, Etc.
trv. the Northern State are annually paving a 'new ,sort:,' is comparatively so, and fur
Thei\ Mexican war is one of the most 'remarkable (283,000( more than is necessary-more (bans general culture on a ,variety of soiL; both BOOKS, STATIONERY, -

in' history; when we consider the paid by adjacent harbors-upon the lumber for home l'consumption and market, comniics AGENT FOB B. F. AVERY & CO.'S PLOWS.CEKTBK .
character of the conflict and the field of its that lit exported from that city and con more good points than any variety And MUSIC,
operations, the skill of the generals, and the mined by them. Here, then, would be an which preceded it. It can l>e grown longer -
valor of the troops, the smallness of the actual saving of largely I over $100,000 annually on the same ground than any other sort 59 WEST B STRET STREET
means, and the magnitude of iU results, it to the tax-payers of this: country, the known to me, except, possibly, Wilson, ever \y ,
must nil one.of the brightest pages in the consumers> of this lumber. from that bingleippropriation. growing better several successive j seasons. t
military annals of the world. Iu records the fruit averages larger than Wilson, is JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. 52 tf_FERNANDINA, FLA.
read more like romance than recitals of ordinary Such, sir, must be the effect of every"wise inn enough!: to ship well from 400 U ftOO t.
military operations. md judicionlllPprorriation of public money miles, is: of excellent quality always selling; Dr. ARTHUR. C. FORD,
r Its achievements eclipse those of the first for and harbor-. where known, for (rein .one to three cents -
:j Spanish invader. .Cortez, with his mail-clad }for myself I desire to repudiate the idea of per quart higher than Wilson, and the vines, DE. IST.
warriors of Spain gunpowder machines he learned Senator from Alabama, who isgn which withstand (even better than Wilson ,rSchool Hooks H Specialty.. '. '
met with but li0rf{ r jealj; nee from the bow cfl' eu;and SO (teneraii'-arises ,In hillWnal"l'ilS vines) extremes temperature, are vigorous Fourth: St., bet. Centre and Alachua
) the Aztec armies and of subjectthat md productive, producinglarge' -' J1UBSCRIBE TO THE MIRROR. $2 PER
and bamboo lance.,of ; investigation every very
while T ytt>r an4 Scott contested every inch come "within hw observation but upon rife to the last of the season," 5 annum ; $1 for six months. is tf FERNANDINA: I 1'1.z .\.

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f II. :J. lSAKiit: A llltO., .1 XH11IT n"A TCN : it appears that 'the-\bacterium-'earning the giving 1 the .prettiest back-ground: ;the stone-

Is! it not morning yet? From side to side I I disease, fnllllon the soil, Ilth're pro- hugged kitchens, with a hit of muslin curtain
The sick girl tossed,hot-browed and heavy- serve their dangerous properties) for along and nlwnys' the added. grace of flower
eyed I, time. Another experiment: of PaMeur's We used to think{ we hail never seen In any

215:>> .'('Rrl St., Xew York And moaned with feverish breath when 1 I \'ll'ltltt1l\tI less important practical results.A part of the world !so many 110nn" children
replied, : sheep that died of anthrax: was burly! Ina ; both !seemed to grow equally carelessly -

It is not morning yet." al'llclh'1; \ mouths later a lnrtll)1orthl' ; every doorway overflowed with little _
soil was collected from the surface of the l'l'ol'hhlrc.nrlHl',1, and bare-necked, but -

14 Is it not morning yet?" O leaden, hours, ground at this spot, and another portion! never barefooted, 111.1'r. )' window was
Rv M.ts1'r.tcTrREns OF How slow they move The night allure was taken from some distance! below the blooming with (lowers anal green with (cn'1I.

darkly lowers, surface, and in the same manner as abovementioned Away up at the end of the village street 3.

Cold on the: wan leaves strikes\ the sudden \ by the Inoculation (lull1'i \(,:\- was the forge, nlwnys open, bmv and cheer on.lM.
showers' : the presence of germ of the organism\ fug, Its shadows giving n Kemhrnndt effect
FnUnSTI: It'S I It is not morning i yet" causing: I the disease was proven In h..th111: \- to the amigiu of the road in which It stood 1
pIes of !lnil.Ymork Tribune. nnd the luminous center casting out lurid
,
, "Is it not morning yet ?" The clock tickson gleams in which the dusky farriers could he )r

i"I Tit SWKKT POTATO \'l1n-\n easily managed flCl'lIl1t their work while outside was sure to I.
The sands\ fall slow ; not half the night Is and at the same time most t beautiful bo a group of Idlers about the horses waiting :r.

-rsapa OKV.\: TIUI 1.\XTln:, gone j jAgain vine for the window 1 is that of the common to be shod ; .old men, in smoke-frocks and M
I I answer to that restless moan sweet potato. The rich, luxuriant foliage of bruad-briutnlcd hats, I'nning11'01\ sticks ; ,M.
Is it not morning yet ?" u vigorous vine Is not so much appreciated' boys of every age, from three to twelve ; one ') M.M;

Is 'a compound of the virtues of sarsaparll- as it ought to he, partly because:' of the or two shy, rosy-cheeked girls, In holland
la, Btillingia, mandrake, yellow dock with "Is it not morning yet ?" With tender careI eral impression! thut n food-producing pant 'pinafores, with bare) red arms and enormous: tit,
the Iodide of potash and Iron all powerful (Under Formula of Geo. H. I.'orrt tcr.) bathe her brow and smooth her damp fair I Is not likely to be ornamental, hence thesweet IObulllt'llIJlIl' Above' t thlsscalterealgroup! ;M.M.;.

, blood-making;, blood-cleansing and life-sus hair jiotato} is very little known as n beautiful was the dense foliage of nn old tree, whose
, taming elements. It is the purest safest And try to soothe her with soft words of climber. Tho treatment the plant isvery lrnn'hlhrltcrClI the roof and wide }portalof

\ and most effectual alterative medicine )prayer. simple. A vase: or any glass vessel, of the forge. It was n very pleasant! roadside \1
l known or available to the public. The sciences Pronounced by Orange: Growers the very It 1 Is not morning 1 yet." (convenient size to holdsutliclent \\'nt'rl Is all picture, characteristic the village work ,r'

f of medicine and chemistry have never that Is necessary. Select n pood sound natal )people) 1 and formed one of time half- .
; produced so valuable a remedy nor one so "Is it not morning yet?" ]If she could sweet potato, of u size that it will rest upon dozen jxMitrcs for color and ('lrert,-JarllfT"I I.I,

potent'to cure all diseases resulting from sleep, the edges of the vessel, while the lower end Magazine for June.HKIU t.
I Impure- blood. It cures Scrofula and Host! Manure for the Orange Tree If those: tired lids those burning eyes coulkeep < dips into the water. The plant being, oftropical I' t.
of Dr. Morse's(
Indian
t all ;* scrofulous diseases! Erysipelas, t origin 1 a good degree of boat i is required : tt: the story :
I ROse,-or St. Anthony's Fire, Pimples God knows tho thorns are sharp, the road 1 is for its best development ; a temperature I root jiills, and n'l'rr touching: one it is.
! and ,;Face-grubs, Pustules, Blotches steep !l'I of about eighty! tlegrecs It best When Dr. :Morse had a father, and after spending
tI Boils, Tumors, Tetter, Humors, I Ir It Is not morning yet." once started, and given{ a plenty of light so large amounts in having him educated as u '
Salt Rheum, Scald-head, Ring-worm. : doctor he sent his son oil to get finished '
the leaves forth handsome
soon ns are putting n
; Ulcers, Sores, Rheumatism, MercurialDisease "Is it not morning vet ?" ''Tis coming : I } window ornament among the lujins, or as the pamphlet has it '
living,
growing,
1 Neuralgia Female "Weak i'oititisTiirs: ('OMI'LETC :,..\- successful
,
dear. "to Ie'nrtIhl'\ r manner of curing
111hl'l.rohll'l'll.: It I is better to have a few
nesses and Irregularities, Jaundice, And, while I speak, the shadows press mori' shoots than IlInli'lof disease nature's own way from 1.11\1\t81\1\Il
XUKKS: strong IIhl'lg..rtHI'I a
Affections of the Liver "
Dyspepsia, near, roots. Father Monowan sick and his sun
inferior therefore If shoots
start
Emaciation and General Deblllt '. ones ; many:
) And all the room grows colder with mj remove all but a few of the l best When the was still among the !savages, ho got sicker,
Dp';its searching and cleansing qualitiesit fear. vines begin to well, thl'YI'houhllll'pw"hh',1 he was thought to be dying and "every eye
purges out the foul corruptions which "It is not morning yet." with grow und trained was bathed tours," but "a rumbling noise
contaminate the blood and cause derange FOR lnuJ.lm: Cnoi-, support, entirely was heard in tho distance! like a mightychariot
around the window of shoots
ment and decay. It stimulates and enlivens "Is it not not morning yet ?" How fain some the }pussing winding its way hither, when all at
side and the other Apretty
one some
the vital functions and np
promotes energy and low lino horses color not stated
once a "1'111of ( ,
ornament 'lw made all
6, strength restores and preserves health and The piteous accents Do not tremble so, may by letting but they were "line") before a beautiful
shoots that will, and allow them to
infuses whole system new! life No and sufferer vigor throughout from any disease tho Prepared' on scientific principles:" to produce My r heart, "nor fail me, while HII: It Is not morning I yet. out of which alighted noble and
u elegant
which arises from of tho down In a rl\l'fl1llnllnll'r. The chief, careu1i1
'ImrurltY n large yield per acre.Al.SO looking 111111Th(' story is soon told This:
blood need despair t\tho. A YEU'SSAn be to keep the regular supply water
Is it not morning ? I bow head up
yet my ; was Dr. Morse, the son ; he just went to his
fair trial. which the will in considerable
\I'AmLLA a plant require !'!
;iod while the eastern
( answers, !sky glows carriage und took out some plants! and roots
I \ quantity, as it is a vigorous and
It is folly to experiment with tile numer red 1 grower had Red
that l about
lie learned "from tho
10w-prlcclllUixturt' of cheap materials, And smiles the still face on tho hl'll-- to keep the: delves free of dust.-American;
upon Men of the purest gave the stull'to Morse(
and without medicinal virtues offered Ayrienltnr\; \ .
as 1.5 it I Is !1"
morning now
Mood-purifiers, whilu disease becomes moro ])K\t.KIM: IN : the father, who didn't the lit till, but at the

firmly I seated. AVER'S SAitsArAiMLLA is a age of ninety-live rode tllirt '-t1vl1 miles in
AGRICULTURAL. M1SCKLT.AXKA.Ax order to spend his birthday with the cele
medicine of such concentrated curative CHEMICALS ,
PRIME: AGKK'ULTUIIAL(
power, that it is by far the best cheapest, hl'lIh'lllOtl1r his son, and {if you don't believe I
and most reliable blood-purilier known. LIMK-How IT ACTS ox L\XII-XOW that :" ]:::\01.1"11 11r.t.tUF-TheVillagestreets\ it, tlll'l'tl/4 pictnru of the Senior'mIure I

Physicians know its composition, and prescribe Hl'Ll'll.TJ'DWXL: \, I lime is being so extensively lI l'.lolI. laud iii entertained l us J.trl'at1frnlll the outset with reading the Itible. T lie moral of it all is, if I twan
it. It has been widely\ used for forty \portions of this and other :States\ we will entleavor their perpetual though tranquil animation' : are sick and want to be well take these!
years, and has won the unqualified conn-- NITRATE: SODA] as far as tw(' are able) to point out, the moving figure of men, women and Indian root pills. \\'h,1WO wade through
deuce of millions whom It has benefited. the farmers children ; the l'wr-o'l'lIlloorwUplt\1111! with which
I for t benefit t of generally, tlu nil thl:4llrl'nf"tun, the literature {
SUPER: PHOSPHATE( : LIME, mode of its action lit Randall, III }his admirahle firesides. ; the (lowers In every window ; thesilent of quackery{ I is t1lll'llHI are forced to
.\ Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., work on "Sheep Husbandry in tin sunny' places' by the rau(1-siale ; and thin conclusion' that such stutt" is believed,

ii: I'ructlcttl. and Analytical Chemists, :SULPHATE: OF POTASH:; South referring! to lime, says : Lime acts the coming'and! going of wrtgous\ curriers' for there I is I scar'elyoneof these various pills! ,

'.: Lowell, Mass. iiu'dituilcally and chemically on .."il:4. It vans, and coaches." Tim principal shops" ""rul'l\wl other nostrums, that does not
stillcns loose soils and still'ones. were the "butchers, the "t'a-gruccrs! the give such ridiculous of its
;/ OLD BY ALL DHUUOI9T8 EVKRYWBEIIE. NITRATE: : OF POTASH. : opens up somo story origin
',.f -----.--- -.--- -- It neutralizes acid substances in the soil! ; i it "green-grocer" ami ,poulterer's" them! "baker's All thesu !stuffs, like their I pills, "blurt out
?' :MURIATE: OF) POTASH, forms compounds a* well as promotes the the" dairyman s, and the draper! analmereer's with the statement, that all disease! springs
:Z"'LAC C3'h3IMPROVED dissolution: of existing ones inimical to Around\ these "prominent trades from "impurity of blood" To get well I. purify -
.:. PATENT Hilt its chief is to !people circled a few lesser lights I ; cobbler, the blood these the r
LIVER P4DI) | S11L1'II.\MAGNESIA: :; plants object product 'pills: purify blood
l NIVBR GET HAKD. li""llir plants by its chemical action on tin who worked most 11\1"lrloll..l"] in his. doorway take 'em awl 'bo well. Its all as plain] ns
; soil. Hence Dr.) Johnson "lime hay Hanked by two grimy alp; srentict's, and and all swindle, '
{ CAM: BK MADE AM SIUK:OTH DIIIRKD.: : LAn SULPHATE: SODA: says logic, an outrageous upon
:
TWICE with n perpetual' hack-grnaOmi of tall l vi tea
AS Logo.Cimiei : little or no ellect on soils: destitute of or credulous! and Ignorant people-AmrncniiAiriculhirit. .
Cord without Brajjlag Ua> fyitto.CCRM fame (vegetable) matter" and that under anal clamorous children ; the tailor who occupied .
Ntrlftly lnr roiiiul IIouo. n neighboring house, ami stitched inn
its influence "the organic matter disappear:
;(" \ line old kitchen furnished with Chippendales OXK) of the most singular aspects! of human
Chills and Fever, rr more rapidly than it otherwise would (lo. \
: This: statement of the! distinguished author ; be sat upon\ a tablcin. a deep]* old window nature is: tho facility with which it can be
".::; liver Complaint wAY ) about the organic matter of u !soil disappearing : I fairly overhung with (lowers, and being hlll'Ol'l'llul'oll, again and n lilThe experience
IxYOUR
Pyspepsii: under the inlluenco f a very old man, brought his eyes: i'crilously! of others is apparently WI\ tCl1. No
. more rapidly u o
i PAD. Our circulars give full 1 particular*, and are { near the needle at t'\'l'ry"IIIl'h. Sometimes amount of caution is of 1111a'ull.. Those
heard lime than it ntucr vise WOIlItI is \
a nil undoubtedlytrue
mailed free to aIuuutts.rI'ht' r will interest
rf I ) the who to "be will bo duped and thosewho
and therefore in applying lime to lain; pussersbyyould tap on window-pane, uro duped ( ,
Nervousness, : you if you are interested in Agriculture should be taken\ not to it itexcess and then bring their beads in at the! always are to I be robbed will be robbed. The
great cure apply\
or Orange Culture. l.Vfini I
I
Rheumatism, I open door. stranger who picks' up strange acquaintances
... otherwise great and permanent Injury -
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Ccstivtness, might result. Successful cropping, f fo r How art'ce, John Timbs," we would and is 1.111\\,11)' Into strange places and returns -
:i Till] FLORIDA u time will no aunt result from the uppli hear them !llIrlll with empty pockets I is an everydayvictim.
Female
,. cation of lime but, when applied' In excess Oil I the go," from (lie tailor, who never Tho individual who loans money
\Weakness, turned u muscle. toward than.1'o' won on jewels at exorbitant Interest! to people in
AND! IMMIGRATION COM1'A'YOFI'EIIS it i is: only to that extent rnfihing the soil of
Sick 4: XerroniHeadache. ;I LAND its: crop-producing elements', just as the excessive ,I'rl'IIII'I'II, seeing his \intense' application' distress keeps him lifting! company. The
or continuous use of stimulants robs whether the di/maml i was greater! than the Government paymaster of employes 'flourishes -

: the human system of its: physical as: well as supply' ; but all I over the village his stitching : his packages of currency und chinks w
These Pndi Cure all Diseases t>r AbnorpUon. No intellectual powers.: There can he no doiibi I was: famous', and a good pile' of c'orlhlro1111I111 Ids bags\ of coin in the bar-rooms, and fall\
.I vosinnPthatOils,nr1'oennnudMedicinParetakm'n, waiseoats I to bo distribute his knees and when he-
always on
was waiting penitent
weeps
Into that the
the btoinnch. 111'I stimulants
The fads arc worn over the Pit HOO.OOOc'r( (',", proper use : may an.
at tho Stomach. covering the Great Nerve f'ertr*,, often (now. prolong life{ for many year. yetit I ). finds he has been robbed of the money which
also! the Liver and Stomach. A gentle Vrm-tablu is true that excessive 'indnlgciiciin The lending trades-people: w'oreaai air of was not his. Men and women are daily
n lonicis absorbed I into thecirpulatlonolihel''oo I great respectability their "shops trim being beguiled |by (the smooth of
I-lver.! purify I nil:the Blood stimulating th" 1.ivernml tllt'lIIHt'I'klt the physical system allcl ; were tongues
Kidney; to healthy action and nirthainit( the brings! the loftiest: intellect to the lowest! und Hue, IIIIIIUu'Ir customer u"l1l1l1IId't'r l'I'r.coWtllt'Y\ have never before'sc'n. .\11111

MomuchtodiRpstfwxl.rrn. froLB BT ALL DnuGoiiTor Pates or PADS sent tl by A\D Mail$J : : AND! DESIRA1ILE) : 'point of degradation. And thus it js, as Dr.) ('IIt1a!. Tbe attitude of superiority\ the tho! (facoof repeated' warnings, amid, In pointof

"* r.xpresi.: \Dr. Johnson says, "scarcely practicable to great diHcrcncc between London shopkeepers honesty und happiness, criminally contrary
lallufacturt'll..t s9! mla U NoaTH LIII&an ST. and themselves when to nil human Ho far (
soils ; except Homo one experience. us u
restore to of the best
u .L 71 Hu RE..IA I.\N1M: IX TIIK fertility even t natural
quality, which have been thus treated. obviously belonging to the "gentry" appeared I, yusl number of people are concerned\ tho
, .. HORSEY CO., Agents, Now, if it be' true, us no doubt it is, tlmt, by the she'a''-ktrimur's tonewas lofty; his fools who have gone before appear to 1 haveBiiamuluRu. 1
:STATE:; : OF FLORIDA: )
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::;1-i1ll Fernamlinu. thecantinuuu5urexeessiyeLisaof! lime, the wife nail daughters! iiMially: serving in the lived in rout-r Republic.

------ organic mutter in u soil I Is completely removed shop, would address the customers with,11- MAX: Mru.Kit TO l 1'mmoll.ls.-Thc: Hartford,

j MONCIIIFF: HOI si:, At only $l.:.., per acre to new settlers, with let us see whether it is not practical rimy degrees: of falllillarlt.n11, now" ('01111", CimruHt say that in honor of Ralph
)II' .
!! limiting what for ?
to this yon today or .
restore! organic matter to the soil in Waldo
B Y :\1I -;. IJUFFINGTON, tho privilege of !selection in parcels of 40 the shaK| of green crops and animal ma "Well, Jane, what 'ee bevn sent for. inv anniversary 1'IIIt'r.coll'III1C\'l'lItY-lIt'Vt'lIth Max Mnller sent tho following birthday, ,, I

acres or more. These lands are located on nures. Johnson further says that "the fertility pll"or, How ale you do, Elizabeth: Wiflis letter from Ixmdun :

COKXKK F }'ln: AXIl F'yWYTIC SlKKETO, und adjacent to the line of the of the soil I UJMIII which lime is applied weather, ? Have? 'ee coinu for; something warm this The translator _of the r Upanishads I Mok-

will remain as long us there is: an adequate : sends greetings: und best wishesto
; :
remarks be
JiirliMouvillc, .'111. supply of organic matter in the soil for the These would accompanied: bya hi5.lntcrfean: Guru, Amarusum, on his
GULF AND I : : gatsi-huaare( condescension<< which occasionally ,
ATLANTIC, WEST INDIATRANSIT lime to act Mont: 'l"hu'rlaYII that "while iteVt'nt-lt'vclllh and enclosed an
I TErmS $1.iOXH: #2.OO I'KU DAY lime encouraged 1 mho customer. to sitduwit IMUlllaYi
:; <'0.It.:; It., can never supersede the also of dung, it extract from IIhUlI, lately discovered.
und rest iiwhilu between
renders! the !latter more energetic in action." 1"rdwHl'' I
According to Location of Ito nIn. Now us dung is comiMjseil almost entirely of and jMhssibly enter into family details.: It is Old age and decay lay hold of the t homily.
hard to characterize; t this. Differing) subtly
extending; from FERNANDJNA: on the Atlantic vegetable and animal matter it follows, as u from the intercourse America the senses, the memory, tho mind! -never of I

TIllS WJ'LT.-: KXOWX HOUSE IS to CEDAR: KEY, on the Gulf coat t, matter of course, that if we furnish: ) this vegetable stores, it !lucked our heartiness question country the Self, the looker on.
matter in the "'
lucateil and'bavimg been shape of green crops 1"ho Self never grow tired-the body
centrally
renovated -
und !
thus aflordiii the our never-falling Interest
: to prtslUecrheap, constant and I animal manures for the lime to act response; ;
) grows tired( >ortiig) the Self.
will be fir.t
throughout kept as a -clasr our rcudiness, to be astonished or amused, sup|
house. The Proprietress, having had exjfrieiue and rapid tnm ]>ortation to the I Lest upon, the fertility of the land must! bo re- The : "'1"Jw Self never grow blind-tho windows
English ('oulllrlIIali or woman oiscsses !'!-
This is j
both North and South, will murkfts. stored. : u Keif-evident proMmition| of the senses becomes darkened\ withtlu..t
spare but slight faculty fur such <<
any expressiom
and needs
no other proof. Lime mast, .
und
; for the infort of her patrons, in belt of traversed the of rain. I
The country by Transit therefore I be used in emotion ; grave facts are received l
making with organic The
conjunction hclt'never forget*-the inscription
the house home-like in the
as with unrufllcd )
any an / calm and grief: nnd
R. It. mhrucrs mutter either already in the soil or joy tho well that much
cites 33-tf alike seem robbed of all excitement! on memory fade, und it is I :
iluccd| there in the shape| of green l'rul"I'r ; should 1 IMS forgotten
there i III
a certain intensity in their
animal manure. And tints it that brevity "The Self t'rfl-t the wheel of
TTXMKU: NEW M:1N.tGEYIENT.Spencer appears] never many
1'JHYunCY: : ; OF SOILto the und I quiet utterances not without its dramatic -
ell'ects of lime
croi-produciiig| .It'lot'/IIli.| our own small wutclx* grow rusty, but wo
force nnd
lint, iixin| the ]presence of organic matter in critical moment arc sometimes look up to the eternal dial in the heaven
House, the soil und secondly, u|>on the <'Ollll"itiull m- pathetic from their very silence. : above which remain right forever.
he found in the State u large proportion und physical character of the soil itself.SKEW The shops were ranged in the two principal .
ST. MAKY'S: (ieltRut.t. being cculiarly i udaptc l to the culture ofBOPICAL Baltill/ore ,"'u". streets bard by time market place. The How Tnt IXIIIIN:' 1'vriL TIIIXK.: -Nothing

SeMg FRfiinand : butcher's, u* is customary throughout Eng can be more instructive to a teacher
J. THOMPSON of the Kearsarge House 1-larly Vegetables, <>r DUEAXE ix THE SOIL.-The JKT- land, was u very cn-looking building, the than to sit In one of the room, at Hamp
White Mountains, lroprietor. Ulld The biryt, l'utlJ"'ctJUI:6 of Timber fktratiouaertousdista.esthrout and propagation of dangerous in- butcher himself usually' visible on the doorfctep loin Virglna.. und watch the movement of

Transient rates $;:..''jO er. (lay Liberal make these land worthy of VAHKfUL A'A. } ) low organisms;; und all the 'U-st incut hung without, mind in the Indian children there being
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terms made to those desiring board by the 1M1.V.1T10Vbymanufacturersof LI-MBEB pable of rapid multiplication! under suitable I exa<'tly us In tho shoj.s of Chaucer's day, or taught They all think aloud, and go over
week. 11 tf conditions, ha been illustrated. } In u very that chaotic |>eriod 'before the exchange wasCfttublishcd the reititioin of every new fact in words: as a
AND NAVAL STOBEH. clear and interesting manner by I'untcur to givesyxtcm' to tradcH-pcopIc I children urcustoiued to civilized discipline

JIKTIIOPOLITAN DINING with reference to anthrax, us we are In- a/lll'urclul/4tJ"JI ; the lira'per'il had the bulge : do in their thought.: Whatever may conn
NEW: S1.TFLERS 'ormed In a recent number the Juunt'il lt lug window und a IU\JIILt-JI over tho door to the .Indians themselvesus the result of
Jl O Q M S, r Agriculture 1'rnt'uiue, Fire hundred grams and the bukcr'swlndow was principally filial thU new; experiment! in education the work
of soil were frct-a J by ignition (rum life ofevery with sweet cakes and buns which funned. will |pay for itself in the light shed upon

I m (Opposite the Post Office,) hm-hasing land from this company are furnished kind, twenty drops uf blood from an grievous a lure for the c children' of the neighiH.rlnxxl some( the most Interesting jtolnt of edu
animal diseased: with anthrax were added 1 tot that there was ul'aYIi I a row of little cation. Could the association of great Ilo-.
T> H. HOI1IUK, PBOPBIETOH. with nitre free jxittfiye on the Tran. the mixture wa moistened and put' in a mark on the panes above the ilangcroii.tconfection ton 1K7tlJgn4110'awhom] are grappling witl 'fiat

cit Railroad fur family und per uzutl t-irttU warm place for the purixise of cultivating und one never approached the 'UllllrulnllllHow mucji uo a rive-ycnrold:

PRIVATE AND TRANSIENT HOARDING.REASONABLE. to the station nearest the lantllurdl3JOttd. he organisms uf the diwtlse, und after a baker' without sending u fhxk( of juvenile 'HilM' know ?"-sit out a week in one of
I time two of this infected earth in various direction. Tin
grama wire flying shop were these III.llallllthuul-ruoflUl at lUmptonncw
suit HO\JtD customers. No. pains.- Vjured. 17-3m to TITLE COMPLLTE, being derived by :, added to 100 grams of fresh Ignited earth, intcrj>ercd with, houstvj! und inn nearly alt light: might; break lu from unexpected rxjiat>.
-- grant from the United States uml purchase which ijiixture was aUw treated in the ,.lJut of which were whitewashed and that bed. .Vulii/iKtl Jijurnat uf Edurul'um,,
': in due time 'five of thUurth of the wcrcniediteval .
nanner buildings
"-)1. 11. ('. Dl'KYEK:, (Tom the State of Florida] ; grains Many ; some
were addal to another 1'JUxram' of I inlited haul curious old jiorche with sent on either THE man who playa the bagpipe bass

soil, and the cultivation of the orgajistn nide, und A hit of Hugged court ; hero and drum, cymbal, triangle j and t/Jrinel all
I. ri.ENEItAL COMMISSION, MERCHANT: eOHRII'OXUIXelHO'.JCITJI: ). : was continued in the new mixture, asbefore. there appeared the peaked roof and tiny ut once, i* around gorging ,tho "
,
U 1-), I From live graiiu of this hut mlxure window of Henry the .Seventh'* clay and ,eat air with soulful music. hear the bugpl -
CEXTBE ST., SEAR IL/U. DEPOT, containing not mare than l,100UJUof the sixteenth and seventeenth ('t'ntnrlt'lt had ->e anlllUm.l once b to 'tmlentan,1i

Descriptive tsars and CIBITLAU mailed l ou the original quantity of blood it was easy to fiirnUhol many model In the humbler the "t. Urr8'' ontn' I' ()

::1 FERNANDINALA.. applk-ation. -- .. tMalna1l extract containing the germ-s of district! every duor ktuod open morning, such to their neJk. Ole man,
CILtS. W. LEWIS the dUeatc, and to prove, their virulence by uo4jii anti night MI that. going up and down wih. tg-\I.t' under cheer
:,I Hay Corn, Out*. ___ Land inoculation of Guinea-pi ;". Tide experiment the street, one could cutcu glinquM.- of a succession \ on to death and slaughter.
Commissioner.Office was begun in June and the Pmtl test of Interior, all arranged much after And e'el now,and In tilt age of ,
'ft JOB PRINTING .in every btyle and at cor. Beach and Seventh St.!. (-f the prepuce of the germ of the dieo4e the same fashion! all charact -Awed by deep l no lau can hoar the bgpipe arintol
'''r lowest rates, at the MIKBOB office. 1-tf was na.lt."ln the full"wimgSeptelnber; hence window-reatal with high narrow casements without wanting to die ki! somebody.THE ,

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR\ : JUNE 12. I

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r 'LOCAL : lt-ssA'! $ Dr.\n,: lWrntxs.-The: cable announces -
I J'scambta. Liberty. con n ESI'O1JLX CIY
E1'LECTION Maria of .
the death of the Empress \.
,= The cultivation of the orange is! now Our farmers are exultant at this! time over Ru-sia who has for n long time been an in ;
;::-::: --=-= = Archer. : \
receiving a wider attention than was noticeable prospects of crops. A good<<1 acreage in corn valid. She was the daughter of the cranel ; i
'fIJ.oo ..t YKAU'i; $i.on FOll SIX J0AT7W.Xew ; The rainy season hag doubtless, : set in, for Darmstadt, and I
some time back, in fact, among time new and its far-ndvanced t stage promises' that 1 Duke> Ludwig 1L, of Jte'e! 1!
hardly day but has! a good !shower.' 1874.
settlers, this feature in cultivation I is given there shall be a far less! demand for shipper) a passes was horn August A, husband her first I !'
York Vegetable Market. The weeds are having: a good time at the Alexander II., her 1.,1IIl't \:
prccdflcncc over all else, and we are gratifiedto corn in our section next year. Owing to excessive in his travels through the continent, whet! t ,:
) Reported by )[c."I'1'I.' Acec t Taylor, 101 planters' : :
.to 1 Park state that so far as we can hear, the trees: rains for the p past, few days, there i is expense.The comparatively voting prince, and morrll'llhl'r
Place, New York, commission: merchants Sabbath-School:: :: C Contention' last t Friday 1841'1e reign i.1ichsite has: I
thus far planted are all in a thrifty ami great complaint of grassy: cotton, but if our
for Florida produce condition and indications Saturday nnd :Sabbath: + was a !splendidsuccess. participatcd'hos t been most eventful one in "
promising the farmers can have a few dry days soon the She be-,

rc. Florida Cucumbers NEW,YORK$1.25,to June$f.75 11 per, 1880.crate. that 'el111ncol\ in a short while, wilt not cotton will soon be put in a desirable (condi : A special train brought nearly :200( ) cnmc the history Empress: of her by adopted the accession country.of Alexander

Florida }'otaul.I,50 per barrel only lignin wear her old appearance, which thou There arc better growing crops in our to the picnic, where there was some fine in 1$';. The ukase of 18,55) granted par b

Florida Tomatoes.$. ') pcrbushd ; dull. was that of an orange grove, but rival the river bottoms! than have [been, grown for soy- singing, good speeches, nnd n good dinner in don to a large class of the Polish exiles mid I'I I f"' ,
Oreen Tomatoes wanted. considerably the political complexion
; -- eastern! section in the shipment and sale nl oral years: but the first of last week the river the cool grove. After a day spent very socially changed of that clement of Russia's subjects, and l t .;

FOR the post week the weather has been his! profitable fruit-Vcnmcola Advance. rose: very rapidly and, was threatening an the delegate settled) down to business: ; the ukase of 1801 freed twenty-three: millions t j
elected S. Duncan a.s president! << ami other made the Czar nnd Czarinaintensely
: and
n"'rflowith terrible results the of serfs
and all who Lust the house of .[.Ir's.N. ; croppers
very warm, can are seeking Thursday! morning :; class of the
lower
quiet corners at summer rl ort'4. S. McKane, at Milton, was totally destroyed were despairing and: experienced much nnc.wincss. officers, and during the session showed U zeal people. The popular Czar's With picture the was regarded l I

by fire. The building was unoccupied Only one foot more water was! required for the good cause that betokens future good. with sujterstitious! love by the people while

:;y THE young mangy '0011, who was shot last at the time, audit I is thought the burning to have totally ruined every crop on :Sabbath: morning Colonel Coachman; conducted the national antagonism to the nobility has

week by Mrs. Donnelly, is yet alive, and was the work of an incendiary Mrs. Mc- the river. It I is: now rapidly receding, and a Bible school ably, and that eycnlngtl'mftl'rlltH'C caused \"arioull complications until the recent
have solidified -
a there Is a fair prospect that he will recover.Mrs. Kane was. insured! in the Home, of New the croppers are overjoyed at such a narrow a rally closed the exercises. Too socialistic the union movements between the crown again and the t

.Donnelly was arrested! and released York, for l,400.-r. H. Evans: late of escape. The orngc trl'ei'are! still luxuriant, much cannot be !Caitlin praise: of the effortsto traditional aristocrats. ?

bail, but is again in prison! her bondsmen! the firm of Evans &; Brown, shot and seriously and if the weather continues so favorable interest the people ; especially should the The offspring of the marriage of Alexan- '

having surrendered: her to the authorities. wounded last there will be an extra large produced sweet singers from Gainesville, Misses[ : Me- der and Maria are the Grand Duke Alexander IS f
.. Wednesday Mr. F. It. crop
..:.. .. heir-apparent, married to [nrilIJa"",* ,
-- Cormick and be noticed us having -
Si This occurred Mill this year. Sugar-cane I is fine and fur advanced Wuterbcrry, IX. of ,;
''g Prize Drill of the Fernandtna LightInfantry. in ms. at Evan's near mar, daughter of King Christian ,
t Bluff Springs!, and the former came to the for the season. The scuppernongvines gratified} our! tastes: by selections!' sung in )Denmark) ; the tirand Duke Vladimir, the I 4:
the finest The people of Archer, Duke Alexis the Grand Duchess Mania j
style. Irnnd
The semi-atulunl competitive drill of the city next day to surrender himself to the which are numerous\ in our section, I it
correspondent tender these wife of the Duke of Edinburgh ; the !
through
-above organization, to determine and award State authorities. Simms was reported yesterday are }loaded with grapes and as n consequencewe your I Hrand Duke Sergius and the Grand Duke :

*+ the( prize to the best drilled soldier, will take morning as dead.-Ittumcnta Advance. expect much wine this fall [If Liberty ladies our thanks. The convention ad- Paul.) :.\"
journal to meet at Gainesville May :'M, 1881, Russia is d >descended .
'" continuous : will take The royal family of (
prosperous a good
0:30 Tuesday next 15th inst on Last brutal
place : p. in., Tuesday a most and unpro-
in fall fair when it is hoped a like interest will prevail.Our the (female line from Romanoff, Czar in
part -(Jtr.
Seventh street immediately in front of the voked murder committed hoard the your < fllltyll-ald.
: was on I people feel gratified at the success! of the 1013. and in the male line from Duke Karl i

'..." Egmont Hotel. American brigantine Caftilia, Capt. Brown, Madison. Friederich of Holstein Gottorp, the union of ,6.,
and numbers.Our .
convention Its interest
c
lying in Quarantine. The murderer's} name Mack: Hendricks, who was hung at Madison I these two families being one of those diplomatic t
Sanborn $ lloyt. shipping days for this year are nearly matrimonial strokes of policy intended I I
is John elver !his on the 3d confessed to the murder of
that of victim Alex ,
: was
This firm speaks for itself in our columns numbered. Some of us have been successful to unite the interests of Russia! with those I ;
ander Smith. It seems that Smith and :Mc- Mr. Woodfield, and added that Heidt knew of After 17.TO
which of the Western States Europe. i
of
this week. The large stock goods ; others have not. Try again, i is our
Iver were working together on a winch near nothing of the affair He also confessed other alliances made the Romanoff family !
which '
they have now on hand and to constant motto. which
made the how of the vessel! that they had some the murder of Charles Etto, near the White still more Teutonic in blood, among ....
additions are !shows that they An investigation! along some! of our roads the marriages with the royal houses of Baden -
words together and that :Mclrver drove House, in Duval county, in 1877. '
I have no dull season," and that they are shows! a !deficiency in the cotton crop, Wurtemberg and Prussia are the most j

prepared to increase their trade to any ex Smith from the winch. Smith ran aft to Monroe. not one-third the usual stand. 'orn looks uotable.-1J"cullillgtQ/ll t.

tent. Country dealers will find it profitable escape, where he was met by the Captain, The new lighthouse on American Shoals but tolerable.

deal with who ordered the two to stop quarreling. will be finished on the 1st of July next and MARINEPert
as well as convenient to them. What our shiftless black people lire goingto I ,
Smith went forward to go to work, and when lighted on the 15th. Mr. Dates late assistant j
-- do this fall is a query that alarms us, by of Fernandina. i
r STATE NEWS. he reached t the winch, Mclrver, without a at Sand Key, has been appointed principal its magnitude. This i is residential year, HIGH WATER.

word of warning, drew a knife and plunged( Dudley Hichardson first assistant, and however, and the barrels may need opening. Saturday, June 12.1015: ..M. 11:00: P. M.
Alachua.On it into his left breast.! !Smith exclaimed )[r. Johnson second assistant: light-keepers. Sunday, II 13..11:30.: 11:54: !,
Several of our people are quite sick, Mrs.! II 14...... ...... O2'l"
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Monday
the night of April 27th some partiescut "Oh! my Ood! fell upon the deck and -Thc
arrived here
propeller Xrjnitnc from Hat tic hutch and W. C. Dai-den being the Tuesday 1.')...... 0:43": 1:13":
out the tongue of a mule owned by Dr. died in twenty minutes.! The murderer was VYedne'soia "
Philadelphia clnIllmornill last
on most seriously indisposed.Why : ', 10...... 1:3.: 2:07": ;
.\. Kittembcil, living on Santa Fe Lake. immediately: arrested and taken alumni the under the command of Captain Shultz, having cannot an oil mill be located somewhere Thursday,' 17..... 2:31": 300":

t '? :Such; cruelty is gross iniquity against! the United States monitor C inontcti.i, where he Commodore :\tih1erherotwmicron board. along the Transit Railroad ? There's! Friday, It 18...... 3:32": 408":

t t' laws of the State as against decent human was field awaiting the arrival of United States The XcjttiiHe Is a new iron steamer less than
: money in it, and but little chance of failure. C03131ERCUL.Fernandtna .
; instincts and the criminal deserves the unmitigated Deputy Marshal James "lllintnf4.-'rll"mlt& :
;t one year old, of about 145 tons, drawing :six; And while we are asking eineril'llltt us nskwhy
punishment provided by the law Gazette. feet of water and Market.
having a certificate to cassava: : or arrow-root could not be

It is a case which, if not developed sooner Gadsden. carry J 1,000( passengers! and very fast! having grown, and n starch factory !supported very CORRECTED: WEEKLY BY WM. LAWTEY. It

before a preliminary court, ought to be sir ('has.! Hepburn this: morning bringsus : iron tank bulk beads which can bj filled\ easily ? Why should these valuable productsbe :Spirits: Turpentine, pcrcal........ ((y 27

pressed investigation by )the grand jury at a cotton bloom. He says that he is out with water if desired. She was built originally neglected? Rosin! common, per bbl........... ($ ",,") I

the fall term of the Circuit Court. Ten "out of the Tar. in market.
and has tine
gentlemen grass, a prospectfor for pleasure, excursion
a and
It steamer, The Peen To peach fruited hl'rcpril :20, Crude Tur|>eiitine.none in market.
living on the Lake have offered a reward a good l'rl'p.-f/t'lIrylft'rflltl; i is: destined: a mail boat from Warrenton to and at that date was: shipped and received in Cotton-:Sea Island in the seed... 41 (ci 5
fur the apprehension of the
of
$100
Jltllsboro.Mr. Milton, Pensncola harbor.-The health of New York in perfect order. The taste IIlIeloelol'
t criminal. They arc Messrs. A. Kittcmbeil, Fcrnnndlna Retail Market.
our city \is: excellent and have
we every reason color and size are pcrfir't.'l'ime .
,
W. Morrison whom mentioned'
: .an immigrant from H'rmunn! ; F. L. Wheeler we CORRECTED BY A. 11. XOYES,
to expect un agreeable summer as regards event socially has been the marriage
us having purchased land at old Spanish! Grocer Centre and Second Xtrrcts.FLOVK .
from New York ; Atwater, from Connecticut Corner
health
and 11I1 < Our
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r,4 ; Fletcher, Justice of the Peace, from Point, )Vest Tampa, for t hu purpose: of planting siNingi1gatherers of our genial railroad t agent, Will Hodgson FEED, ETC.
are extending their operations: ; to well known in 1'crnandina..iiss Flour harre1.$5 50 8
an is now making stone a lady : : per @ 00
i ) orange grove
from : Frank
1 Tennessee Ewing, Mississippi: :
; ; the Alice I'ane secured a fine cargo of: Meal. 3 50H 4 (Ml(t
; spongeoff Ella: Tiinanus. "There's: many a slip, hutthl'l'c
out of!sand shells and Portland cement for
I I Wheeler, from New York ; Dickerson, from the Yucatan banks: lately.-Key Weft Key Grits............... 3 75@; 4 (H)
wasn't much chance in this case and
Connecticut ; Kntenza, an immigrant from large building intended, as we learn, for a of the Gulf.! 1J.tar) (ti)1 ( 12Baetln

:Spain: "'c hiAp the criminal: will be found private residence.: Wc'i:
11U but was unfortunate in not finding choice addition to our society. Corn, per bushel..................... iO@( ) 8 and the condign punishment: of the law visited : any one A meeting of more than ordinary interest: Ar IIEVOIB.Pill Rice ..-.. 71(($ :*
him. The of our new present: capable of explaining the modus oar held in Lilicntlial's Butter
upon property was: Hall by the Rcpuh- 29! $! 35

:settlers must: be protected. I-et us see to It.laI'II'i1le rrttiuli. According to our observation: the I lican party of tins: I section on Saturday last : nm'UHLWAy PLATFORM. Lard, per pound..................... 8JM. Id
of the I lay. 100 1 1 ;1(1 plan making stone is simple one : A per 20qi
( Sun. Columbia. vcritical is with holes The prominent men of the party were pres: The platform adopted by the Republican' Self-Raising Flour.................. !) 2o! 0 50Salt
cylinder perforated !
I cut The object of the meeting we learn National Convention at Chicago on Saturday 1 JO@( > 1 20
:? j Some excellent beef has! 1 been, brought to through which are run iron bars.! This: cylinder 1- I was to know what the delegates to the evening is: variously regarded) by the news Oats: per bivhcl. GO@ tai
t, is for I is enclosed I MI far us: we have IUIII opportunity to
town lately, milt occasionally: mutton by a round hopper, in (/iainesville Convention had to about thet'olw'cr papers.
} which sand say read themup to this w'ritingunt they doubtless HKADO.RS. F :ns.xTltx.I.WIIT INFANTRY
/saleYhei dogs grow scarcer the farmerscanraise and+ cement are placed and
nomination, and to repudiate the 1 : only anticipate public opinion' in thisresper : FCRNVNPINA.\., June 10.
part of their own meat, and not depend thoroughly 'mixed by the iron bars of the non+inatinn. After some discussion: the object 't, The Nework Tribune praises: it Coiiijxinif Ortlu8-/t"o. -.

on the West for so much.-More cylinder, which is attached to abcuiuHke+ of the meeting was! |IHI.tlHIIH'el-1I11 said in a general way, I but not very enthusiastically I. This\ company ili assemble:; on Seventh '.

wool has been purchased! this t1111'll.hay. ( an ordinary sugar) mill, and worked in the a Republican on Thursday. Several of the and congratulates: it:<('llunll the Republican street, near the Egmont Hotel, at 0:15: p. m.,
party on the fact that that organization on Tuesday next, 15th inst., for a full dress!
: The sand and cement then
than ever before Evidently somefarmers same way. are
: ; ; + year party were for sustaining the nomination. has so little need to explain its )pastor pnrade.11 members! are requested to at
are paying some attention to sheep mixed with shell and molded into blocks: But it Is evident that the leading men of promise: new things for the future. The tend.

{ raising, and from their experience expect which are very hard, and nearly white. We that party in this: section will not sustainConover. Times seems to have only words of condemnation II. Upon the termination of the above exercise -

t' to sec the business! grow until it becomes: a understand that it will take 20,000 of the for the documeiit which it calls "a a competitive drill will take place, to
We should be
pleased) to make a tame account of the achievements of the determine and award the
4 leading industry. Had the people given atm blocks! to complete the building, and that full report) of this meeting, and would have party," and, in tho main, hll'Oll1pll'te.wl'ukl the ho:>t-llrilll'tl soldier. company prize to..

'' m tention the matter yean ago J'lurhl'ouht )Ir. M. expects to make about :300) of them been prepared to do so but for the fact that )' framed, and jumbled with matters of By command of Captain C. "'. Yulco.T. .

pt not buy Western flour and bacon on time, per day. From what we Haw, we are satisfied no pertinence or importance. Of course U. LIVINGSTON,
our was not 'antedas evidencedby
presence the World in it. In the
sees nothing good
losing! about twenty IHT cent on each trmutrn that Mr.[ Morrison[ will cause a revolution First Sergeant.
tho fact that the chairman of the meeting view of that paper' it does not express the _.- --- .-----
action-fate City llr .>rter.liuval. in the class: of building material for -
/ )fr. Joseph Maun, requested the town political opinions ur announce the political I5rick,

i Tampa. A few more MIdi settlers would be marshal to inform us to retire from thc assembly prorulIof; its makers, and was onltllopt- Lime,
worth millions to South Florida fur the t't.I"to catch gudgeons! and meet the\'il'wllof Cement,
water-works material
At the the large engine i-r- as it was! a private meeting, a matter ]'iosMblti scratchers.;' The Herald has little Plaster.

rt formed its duty testis a satisfactory manner is! here for almost any enterprise that of which we were entirely ignorant until to say on the merits! of the resolutions: but Hair

:lyestcrday. The test of throwing ten streams may be started.-Most of the orange trees otherwise: informed ; still we think that rather agrees with the remarks of Mr. Pierre- AT SANBORN & HOYT'S.
o around white with blooms. pout in presenting them, that time committee .
Tampa are : -
hundred feet high will be again made\
one ,
there was nothing disrespectful! about it, and ) into timentas '
halpllt U:4 nearly nothing Dissolution. )
t ..> Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, and (iturdian. most certainly we would have done nothing was l'rll'l neabie.'The Star which is reputed )I I
TK\IL RirxiE, FLA. June 4 ISM! ).
the full programme will be announced\ next The Tampa and Fort.tend're1egr+ph Line more than to have made a correct report of to represent the opinions of .Ir. Kelly, The firm of Cook t Proctor, heretofore,

week. Now is the time to make the prejui- resumed work last Monday, so that once the proceedings,-l\tlatka Herald, and the Hun have no special remarks on the doing business" at Highland Station, Trail

rations for demonstration to which in communication "ubjt.Thc Ridge, Florida, i.s this iluy dissolved:
a public more we are telegraphic) St. John's.On Time it by mutual -
the citizens of neighboring! cities are Invited! with the world. The line has been thoroughly Philadelphia pronounces consent: and all debts of the said firm
s "bulky and indigestible i and that it
timed inst. )Ir. Dennis Solatia says will be
f youngest paid, and all accounts settled by Mr.Rob't. .
"lIn and l'rrss, Mh.Mr. overhauled' and put in good condition fails to :set forth sincere opinions: on living \ twill
sOn of Mr. ('a 'tana Solatia, of St. John'scounty t. lm. Cook and Mr Henry C. Cook, who
j V John M. J. Ilowden, of Mandarin, a and it is hoped that it will be kept so. I i issue in intelligible form and will therefore continue the
) was struck by lightning and instantly I sooner than usual with. such utterances business.COOK
v brother to Sheriff Ilowden, of this city, died -.Ir. John Andreu, in bringing the mail kiUl'l1.t the time of the storm he was I }pass into ubl \-ion. & PROCTOK.

ml on the 4th lust )Ir. Bowden was a good across! from Point l'inetllUllL..t Friday, came in a swamp near his farm cutting cedar and The lUltimore ',attaches but small imiiortanco How to---Invest-- --Dollar.-

citizen and highly esteemed by all who across n rattlesnake some six feet long, near took shelter under a large gum tree, which' to the platform, in which it sees! a .'
was struck, and the shock proved fatal l to little or nothing to approve and says that We will send the Savannah U'fd'lyXtll'Jf,
knew him. His family have our the middle of the buy several miles from
bcrvuvyl "the
ll'jgest and THE BEST" in the
t Mr S. the of the arty will be found newspaper !
I sympathies.-The United States Court, the hore.. The snake! was floating in a coil Situ 1&IU't'. in its! candidate i rather than declaration of South, well printed, full of live news, good

"a ai j Hon. Thomas Settle, presiding, convened and at fir.otIr.: A. took it to IH bunch of From, April SHh to Muy&tth inclusive, The.IJlJtriCtl/& calls it "a stirring stories, reliable market reports, agricultural '
aotunient" items, and timing else to make it .
every worthy
i v this morning. The jury was called and answered sea-grass.! It "l'tm'It'Idoull and showed there was shipped from this place, i>er the the Republican presenting"arecordupon well arthe which continued of its well-known reputation,to any address: J '

to their names ; also the witnesses fight when }Ir. A.'s boat came to close to it, Southern Express Company, 94,045 pounds confidence party and may support of the 11{-Q. till January 1881, postpaid, for one dollar. '

The jury and witnesses were then excused but he succeeded killing it with an oar. of Live vegetables.Oak.-The A pretty weather good has showing been excessively for- ple." The Gazette pronounces: it a tissueof Address J. 11 ESTILL, Savannah, Ga. r

t until the 15th. The court will be in session -We are informed that Mr. Gaskins, living hot this week-the thermometer getting misrepresentations which will provokea :

m; this week to hear notions, etc., but no juryvases in the Limona neighborhood, while engaged u )' in the shade. "'eICC thatup smile fl'lmthe most hardened partisan, A Few GentlemenCan .
t Maine and leave the Democrats little trouble in
be accommodated with table 1.0:11'at..
in it was as high as one hundred:
will be tried until next w'ek.-Ilrttt. in digging a well not long since
came exhibiting the fraudulent character of the
t and two degrees in the shade, and several Mrs. S.A. Rein hardt's. Centre street, between
-p' Mr. T. Corycll writes to the Union UK (oh.t across: a clam imbedded in solid rock at the sunstrokes are J't'flortcd.-Jn a private let. Republican claim to"the votes of moderate Fifth and Sixth streets.

t lows ; The sample of Florida jute, vent by depth of seventy odd feet ; and what is re- ter from Major Spencer, of Welborn, he informs ana thoughtful men. ,

the to England, have been shown to the markable about it was that the clam 'en us! that he i+asseaislandcottonblooms form The dues Cincinnati not 'right-dress'Enquirer says with"the itself plat-or For Rent. p .

r largest manufacturers of Dundee Scotland, closed in its l perfect shell, won in a state of and bolls upon| cotton made from seed planted with the Republican official conduct in Congress Two first-class dwelling-houses in thoroughrepair '
this He further that the cotton
a-s well as to extensive dealers in. India jute perfect preservation with the exception of year in the vicinity of says" 'elbornnre bet. or in the White House." The Commercial desirable, In good neighborhood, and especially ,," ,).-
crops as summer residences. Stables -
in England, and they all pronounce it BU- its meat being somewhat dry,-TUUIJMI TVilune ;- ter than last year at this: date.-Lire Oak liul- the says vanity that of thou rhetoric,h in there the platform is something, and of it would be provided if required. Apply to

to the India. write 'me a kin. }'WIUDTOWN IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY
; iterior They very does not as a whole seem to be a very brilliant ,

I ( flattering letter and assure me their interest Levy PLANT FORAUE CBOPS.-There is plenty of success, there are several phrases in it Opposite Egmont Hotel

j is no much excited in the matter that they We had quite a storm on Thursday accompanied time to plant field |>eas. Many farmers contend the adroitness of which must be commend
that do best planted the tel" and adds that "theconvention presentsthe Wanted at Once:
they during
will send out an expert to fully investigate with a beating rain and hail.
tint: week of July. Many dollars can be strongest case In our history of the supremacy 30 barrels Florida Syrup.
; i and look after the lrotIuction-The corner All the houses in town appeared to leak on saved by the people if attention is paid j to of men over measures.1 300 bushels Seed Potatoes.

,t stone of the Episcopal church at Orangel'ark the 'Iion.-Co1. Lutterloh is having a making forage cnn. During the present The CvuiMercial and the Baltimore Sun express A. B. YES. .

will be laid on Wednesday, with appropriate cistern of 7,000 gallons! capacity built on the year some men, engaged lumbering, have the point exactly, we think. The result Ittaired
had to lllyat times nearly three cents a this year will depend a good deal more :
ceremonies. A steamer will prob- wharf.-The sloop Falcon ran into the feed the man nominated than on the
. pound l for Northern hay to their mules, on platform 200 barrels Flour
{ ably be chartered to take up those who desire schooner Annie Tuesday night and became and were compelled to use it because there adopted by he con vent ion.-WathiMyton\ Star 300 sacks ('.onl.lr.t .

:1 to be present.-The First National considerably damaged by the accident Her was no home crop to draw upon. If those ___ _n_ ____nd ) barrels" Pearl Grist.

( Bank will open business today in their new jib boom was broken otf and other injuries are who in can dt'IUaOlat would try to home produce they such could crops make as ABOUT the only thing an elephant U good 50 100 boxes barrels Bacon.K. I>. Meal

and convenient quarters, corner of Bay and received, and an anchor was lot.-Cedar the money which now goes abroad.-Late for is to furnish an excuse for awfully good 300 bale.Timothy Hay. .

Ocean streets.-Union. des JfJ1U11 1. City Reporter folks to get into the circus tent. j :00: tacks Oat!!. A. B. NOYW..



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