Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00071
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00071
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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y ton. G 1:"' :nll 11"r1Ll.IUl: :', hulls: they bad luin. Some Inl'lI1'1' ata! ': ,
thebra l (if #
r : y mi's.Juitoiinumber times a depth of twenty-two on m
I most t blind, \ ; arriving at the river tlifj
At the recent election in \ (>M'1 drawinjr: no more than acveutecnfeet TIM-tonm-lr'p': !\ fiVo.ll. t'liitlr, i immotliatclyafter : \ plunged i head l 1 foremost, mid but for till"hra'I'Q'
.llac1I1ICl, chu"en .
I her timbers outplace uf 1 : the followingerc. MayorThomas --'
Would hllIIHIIIIl'l! her 1' nnUal in New Turk, on time 'JiJth:! ; nitmbrr
of the lar
t'xl'eI'It'I\I'.II\' o ,
( of our ritizenshavenire: : (1y -such experienced l this : P. (Jarv; M.\ D. : Clerk' uml, Troa ;
In seas: as: were ( lit''a
1 tilt, took lire in 1111' hThe\ ex- would hn'c'I'bh,1.. j ,"C
left for cooler clinic.) during the summc. John ('orh'1'I'1':<"'\1' "I' IJexoiuu-: )
week.--l 1'KvrxvE: Uoi'iir.uy.: : urcr- ;
STlm-i\: tin;ut;-hed in :an hour. }Loss: :' about( &::,000. : ':
i 101.: II. Thrasher; and fullyvcnt to 1'1'1\- th". taken 1 by, C.1). lloyalldlcctArr of Ul''l'1I111'l'. I rf'llIII ; ;
Xotwith'and5ng!: precaution; : Os the ly.th: ult. a young\ man: turned: Fd.Stevens : \.
i lessee the past! Wl'Ck,1I1\41 )((1'. Kndel: wlfl' those bents living on the Naval nt''I'I'\'e Tranthain ; Marshal( ,-Hurrell Hawkill'l1; in- TIIK: Greek J boundary line is: btv'uninin, 111\
men ..
: : was at 1'iifanl.i: Alabamabadly: .
and child to Sew York. Mr. Taylor Olml<<1 I in remitting! their money to (Collector 1-aga: ,1"1'11I1'11-11. Weather-} !h. l Hohinxou: 1, jurt'tl by time iurntaturc explosion ,,1'1\ ean-: active clement in the Kuropenn cnrnpliecmtions. '

family I and time family of Mr.( J..1. ('lIrlii
respectively, will leave for A!lic\ Hie, X. (.''., : to say nn amount apprc'vinutii .\. Miller, William P.achddor, 1 K.: II. role- : neglects) to regard the decisionnsl'mm tiibunalwhoso I '

mill Xcw York, in a few days.! Otlu one hundred dollars: has disajipearcd: and i M man Sol:; Honjamin.i Mr. 11. t'. llartcr, it I : aid, :she Invoked, and will have to, be

families took their departure several wI'kqlI yet no clue can bo obtained, concerning the worthy dti1.I'1nf this. ]place: linl'l'llH'I1 to an I .\ I.\I' mid fatal mistake was made )by Mr. ooere-e'd into doing j justice. aI '

.-Tho pouch crop of this} county wilt theft. The fact: however, that ono llainon "- unfortunate! accident on lti: ,t WodneMlay. .1. M. (iarwiHid;: who rcsiilos: : near Albany) ; HVAXluno I f :::>?.-Tho eonuuainlinggeiieral !(

house h,' i i. having 1 prove a signal failure the 1 present !'sonsoi! a colored, i>n>tc jf of the Uepublican< While looking) about a new < : ,
have hitherto }borne bountifully 1'1"11.1. he pSooo of. flooring foM-r. and I ho gave him what ho :supitused| to telegraphs that time Chief Limbano Sanche/
Trees that tnini,tratiun. and who acted as: deputy\ collector ; :<1I'p\I'.I"1I\ a \ i
arc utlfi'ly devoid fruit-(lirinrsriHf.Vc.;/ for, Mr. I'.igan, nt the time this 11mnu'y( ono l'nll"f which. was not 1I.ih.IIHI.I: it gouttroy : 1 be a line" of quinine. It 1111'111'.1lilt, bow- has! Mirrende'retl with thirty-three e>illccr!\

Itwulfortl.So disappeared, has I'l'l'n'I'lIIoy,1, from his: throwing him on u sleeper 1 below, ev'ertnbelimhil'pliiitt'miit.l on Thursday the and) I'.illl\'li! Tbe.suneinler, it. is loportctl\' ,

1':1\\1 wo can learn the crop pro-pee "dime( and Col.t CJoorge 1':, Wontworth 111'-] breaking' two ribs and injuring: hint severelyin little 1't'l1.\\ died.Tun \. frees: thtj l'I\'hl'l'ltf-nlltl\:: : : o do Culm from
: other We are glad to born that l"I-t-OIil'l' Department has decidednot insurgents.\ :
in Hradford: Is good, The farmers are all pointed in his steal, i is calculated to o:- respect I

hard, at work in anticipation a good return cite !'u'pidoll1:1ill: Harmon, we are tolaiknowh'd he i is mcuding.-Orala llnnnff.Monroe. t to put 1'1IL fast, mail :service between I'I'm;: Hradhxiigli\ ca-o: in Kngland: : becoming

for their labor "seldom oversee! a tuner ( ed the receipt of the various letcr New y"r1111,1\ Jacksonville and New York ) more exciting. Largo meetings have

but in instance I : ho complained c of moil Xcw Orleans! until after the yellow, fever been held. to : sympathy for him",'and
on thestreetsumv-a-days.--ll'c! arc pleu-o l every ISr(; : : WIIFIM:: run( : WOOWUXK: : TWIMTII.Tho : .- express
to notice that our city fathers are din'ctlii the money contents: hl'illIIi :oillJ!. It i" Key Wo-t DyiHtcli; a papir: publi.shod' :: i period. is i oxer. The service will, however, demanding that be; bo permitti'd t to take hi*
to know that )''t((1'. EljI11IO"1'l'8: bo 1 cslabli-hcd: (: in the fall and will .not. thereafter sent Wo think the \ will be
attention the sanitary condition of the gratifying in this t for number ot''I'al": bus: sue- government
town. This: Is I an important matter and those:' who in good( faith forwarded themoney cumbod to the fate that awaits: all journalsthat : bo discontinued I I Oil account\ follow forced to recede and the utiorlhordox\ meni"-

and have thus )been \ictimi/.od, that fever her will takvthesetit to which he elec'tctl.! .
should not he neglected 10r overlooked the : have: no \patronage., Wo make this I was

i slightest I'nrtll'ulnr.-l'nptuin Richard i 1-1: an Iii\.(,:
J \> now preparing} the /grounds foII private are navy yard merchants out of l'Wkl't.hill thc olllco, for time benefit of its late ex l for;, the year ending; Juno lioih, estimating cotton !spinners\ in Kngland.: Time (,llIplc) '*'*

park by the removal of stumps.: The plot several :Santa: Rosa ho-.i'-cs l have bail, (hanges.--A( AiivxiNtNKii$ :-n\: I""lr.- the receipts\ for the two remaining days, will are! demanding an\ advance: of.Jive per cent. '
oNo duped l by this little ,,)(sleight-of-hand ? Kennedy bo' in round 111111'1'1':4:1.lltMIoon.: :: ::;' This is:
land selected for the purpose lies: inuucliatcly The ritibh: Pti'iunshljiVn in ", Capt.!' promised) : the! employers\ : :'loti1tImc since
residence and i bone fontanee-Pensacola' Adntncr.llernfiniJo.( / / from to Xow an increase of :SUVHIO.IAM:: ) over last t year and
south of the Captain': on a voyage Liverpool) ul1l'lInl'l'I''Ih'l', but which they claim] business i-, .
of $;; \HI\MI)( ,\ )(( over the (':olitllllll!.4. Tho increase I
Bl'iti"II ,
of the prettiest locations in the city Orleans, fell in with the steamship\ ut this time \\11l1\IJl warrant them in I :J

"'IIl'nl'fllllpl'tl',1 it will not only prove i 1\ :Senator: T. 'k('!' was the victim of a very 1-Minimton/ on the 14th of Juno, ashore on thefilngerbread i is derived, from whisky, cigars: andcigarettes. pay'uti,. There are many thou-aml: eif i operatives

favorite resort: but nn ornament to the town painful accident last Friday..\; Ho had IL : Ground, Hahaniii: : 1 Hanks: : abandoned ; ( : idle on account of this dispute. ,

..... and an enduring and distinguishing: mark bunch of stock driven to (tillit's pen, amid\ and half full of will 1'1'. the: : was I I'ITY'I'itit'L, : 'tiroVIi,l.i,\is: of Itochcstor, Tat: enforcing the decree closing, all tin J

., v to the energy and enterprise: of its: public' among the number was a vicious young\ Mill, boarded by t tho captain\, and chief engineer of X. Y., committed :suicide I on the iisth tilt,, Jesuit: establishments In Jo'rlIH'c:1.1: carried t

,' "':,'I\spirited projector.-Clarke Tilcyai. whoso: horns the Doctor) dcte'rniinc l to I'll\\ the cromil/ who found her a tilth-damaged: by drowning himself: in Irondcquoit Hay, out throughout, the nation on the :;nth.

: t J t!f UlflYtf. off, and to this end. Wl'lIlllltll the: pen alone, but in good position to bo pot oil: They took after first unsuccessfully: : attempting\ \ to take There were in many place's, :slight disturbances '
: ,1; A Lm-tors: F.\l'rLf-The largest and: i intending to rope him up to a tree, but the 1'f"I'o) : -iou, placed: 1 tll(' chicf'olhYer.. cngiiyer: his: life by opening\ veins! in his wiist. The1 : ('Outsell I by collisions IJl'1'l'I'1th..* l 1"-

finest: pineapple we have seen in a long time1, bull got the start i of him, and Dr.) Lykcs: WH'I: and carpenter' to hold the I'llunmlon. On appointment of a committee to investigate" lice and sympathizers with the prie-sts. Tin:

has been sent to the Uifion olllce by Capt. MHurnham compelled\ to run for, Ii 1"'. In a few steps arriving; otf Key West the tint engineer.'tr.' his! accounts un-ettlod. his IlIitHIl1ltho\lgh day: previous to the general movement i
the Doctor) overtaken tossed' several landed: tit hntt and his account were found; to be correct and
'; of Capo Canaveral Light. It' : was : Putt, was to procure !! ; against the society, thou-ands e.f cUlcmvisited

weighs three pounds and it is but one of om times into the air, and gored once in time side: pumps to go to her asl I tanco : iv"t l'eiugable his integrity: i I" nninicstioiud.Ku.n.MoiiK the establishment: to express I their

hundred and five which ho has sold to II and once in the left thigh ; these wounds are to get them hero, ho immediately' telegraphed :, Juno 21.-.\ yawl boat of the sympathy. 'I'inteatomic cnudetunnstrntethr

quite :serious ; added, to these ho has several to New Orleans to -(11,1 tl1 -"ats steamer lliiche with a Iislihigunity "
'Ihl''re 111rai"el\ coast ,
fruiterer In this city. suru-y wisdom: or the want of it, on' the part of t tie\
on his place on Indian llivcr, where ho ha severe cuts: about his brad 1'1'011bl' lI!; throw from there. On the llKh he wa informed culmsistiug I'J'' )1 r. .hnycs: Patten' cmigi.nccrof government, In enforcing this:' mc'asiire. ,
against the fence. Ho would t1wlullht'lllr! that two powerful tugs! with steam: ': his 1'1011:4'illh and
over 1,000 growing on a half acre! .-Jnrknonvillf !, pumps the Iliiflic' two : ; I''

Union.; have been killed on time spot\ 11:1I1110t friends would leave on Monday, the 21st." Thoy arrived Jinimio Pattt n, and a third buy named Win .1.1 III 'I; n ISA STr.lt S. I!

In the Circuit Court, on the '_',>th ult., tin come to his 1':0'c: are glad to be nhle here on Friday, nml proceeded. at once :M.\ (ireenwuld; was struck and upset' yesterday Cut.I.nil'nINT: (L. L, Juno 1!)*.-The Hteam- .:'; '

'It jury in the case of Yndalecco Pino, tried for to report that he is progressing:' as tavorabl to the nsxi.-tance ofthodi!
;, the murder of Rafael Toledo, brought in a its could be expected. The dangerous an Putt is quite confident that tae: r.ilmnnlu.ican of barges: and the two sons of Mr. Patten edge, 011' College Point, at :5 "'('lock this afternoon. -,

l verdict! of not guilt}'. This: Is the Cuban mal was killed..Crcarcnt. bo, saved. She was from Liverpool' fur and (ireenwuld; were drowned. Tho steamer f).'. t'
r who killed his victim in a duel. There wen Leon.AI Havana with a cargo of lal/-hi'/
1l neither seconds nor spectators of any kind. I I >MITTEI> nf TilE Hut.-Mr. ..J'Jh"lll'1':; (Jill f.: on the IJl'adllll Cow-Hay, this. afternoonpicked lost.: The Stml'lllclIl/klC 1 jJie-s! between New

After the duel the survivor went to town for 11 rd Heard, eldest son of our townsman: CoW. 1 11 t net in. up a stave on which was written,, York, land's: Point and Itoslyn. The ..Viwhnnnka /-

.q a hack and was carrying the corpse home K. Hoard, after a very diligent course of The late rains: came\ ju-t in time to !>lathe \'(' with a Il'w11'I'II'I1 : "Atulttiitn' going down,, took lire I\t 4:10::{< o'clock this afternoon -

when arrested. studywith the ](on. le. H. Hilton as his corn:. crop nnd prepare' the: ground for April2\: lH+O. Xo hope. Send this to Mrs.Mary while off Hnndnll Island: li st llivcr. !

The steamer Roam has: been bought by FDo able preceptor\ and a careful I\n111110 t mil putting in the sweet potato crop' Farmers, White, Piers Sussex: James White." The fire was causal by an explosion: In tho

hereafter In Itable examination before Judge I). H, Walker planters: and fruit grCl\\'l'I"4, all enjoy time encouraging
) Harry and will run connection The pieco of wood looketl 1 as though it had engine room, and the middle of thc steamboat :

with the JJrd Captain Joe Smith willcommand was admitted on the 18th inst.! to practie ; hope that this will be good crop\ he-en two months in the water. The place I was! soon. in Hume's.: Pilot ('hark'si4umith )

her, and George R. Foster: & Co In the courts of Florida as an attorney atlll )'car.-'e learn from good; authority that where it was picket! up opens directly Into remained at his post until ho wa-

will be her agents in this city. She will counsellor at law and solicitor in chancery! the crops in thus county lire good. Time cotton the ocean. nearly burned to death, 111111lIl'I'el'lll..1 lit .

leave to-day at 12 o'dock.-Th're are now .Wo congratulate Mr. Heard upon the very; crop is fine, and there is little or no rust
beaching the vessel sunken mcadowadjoinlng
on n
TIIR committee recently t I appointed} ( by the -
live mail agents on the St. John's river insterd i'avorable\ auspices attending his introduc- or caterpillars reported. Tho corn crop is a I the island.
survivors of and the sufferers from the AWniijiinxvtt Many jn-rsons: sprang'
of three, as formerly. From Pulatkn ion: into the profession! and join his many; little in arrear of the cotton, but there is no disaster! ( to a:4'ertuinLIllI: f'lortw u\'erhnartll\1ul were ,lroWlu 1. Many( others
to I Enterprise the agents! on the route are A. friends in wishing. him success: ill the path reason to complain. Potatoes will not bo as
hilt remedy they have against t the steam'hlp ( ill the stern! of the vessel} could. not. get offand
It. Mock, Jr., H. R. Teasdale, Jr., and W. D. of u I'fulI11oj."IJ..idfllI.I plentiful this year as they were last t, but ", company for losses! sustained', reconincnd were burned to death. Of UN/ ) personssupposed '
Palmer. From Jacksonville\ to Palutka.thu peas: pumpkins: and! other farm product
l'Y that the survivors and relatives of the : to be on Ixmnl Silly are believed tu
Gco. L. Fox andY, K.: Dale.-Sun Crowson died at Hronson tin will make a good )'lel,1.--aitl:; n young delegate
agents are C.At on
have The issues! of i Il'IIt'IClns I
lust bring suits against the company' fur perished.' thirty c :\'
in the Gainesville Convention : 11'hiatdid
nul I'reaa.The 17th, of 'on'Slllnltion.-1t seems to begetting recovered. those of DeHcvoNe I
of the were Only
lamagcs.! .\. V. Lynde-o, one coinnittee -
that old in the chair fur?
mill hands: of Jacksonville\ whose! fashionable for people to lie down on they put codger has already began such suit in his!! a wealthy gentleman, whoso residence
strike noticed lust week continued tllI'il'o1iso1'l1erl the railroad. track 1111let the cars run over C'an't ('ontroHhI8 ('OIl\'l'l1tiul110 you know is I
was iwn behalf Ia's a test case.WIIEVT unknown, and Mary flied, a youngwoman ;
hem. Mr.( Thomas! Prevail of Iloscwood him? Well, yes, have known him for
conduct on Friday and Saturday, I were identiiled. The vessel warburucd I
Dukndt June
Hut wait for the : IX DAKOTA.-Furyn, ,
clubs and freely. The small trial the experiment last Sunday night 1\1111: thirty-five years. wagon. :
using :
to the wuter'i edge: and will! bo u
time in the the Kcd
In u few minutes Hon. Sam Stevens, of y-At no history:
body of city police behaved' splendidly, undlIi.1 clue out !"('CunIJl't.. His: leg; has not been total. loss.: The steamer Grra.ite.S't.mte reivjiie.1
the looked better.
[ rapped the table with a piece mn'r'lLlIl' have crops .
Juincy on
but it will have to
<'tl by the sheriff, succeeded in restoring amputated yet probably thirteen passengers, nil tho Onflo a largo t
Hismarck wheat is in
of lightwood that almost! startled the At : Hlll'lIdill'olllitilJn,
order and also in making several arrests! of be.-Thl.colnrc..l1 jicoplu arc getting up an lumber
who were taken to College l\>Int.iVInmt .
of abundant harvest.
leave here blood to his! feet; wo thought ourself: that nth bright prospects I
leaders of the rioter"Iuongthose wound excursion! to Jacksonville, to un i
f tilt of time
forty c> : iI1flJh',11'.I. C\1bl')'II
in the James RiverPulley
the; table would go through the floor. Well, AIL extraordinary yield :
ed Joseph Xelson the 3rd of July and return on the Oth. An
nn Friday was! policeman SryiuiwX'ti! less burned
mid ho, he will\ do. He was! the most surprised 1 \ is promised. The east wheat is! Hhow.IlIg nioreor : were re1useel *-
whose injuries were at first supposed to l he extra car will be reserved for the whites! (' by members, of the Mtstern: Houlevunl.
in the convention. Tho chairman) a wonderful advancement, except where
superficial' but on Monday he died from the The round trip to Jacksonville will cost nan I
Club and taken to tho club-house
and Robert Caldwell ]lion. Sam Stevens, l L. one of the first men in cut by the late bull-storm, which Is: slight, ) o;>po>
.if effects of )his WOUlll)" A i the State: and! second to none, its chairman The late ruins have not ulTccted wheat in the
in the
showed that a large conical bull had are the moving: spirits concern.t night twelve bodicn-nine adult* and UIIlt
of JI\Vl'ntion.-/'ul'dh& llrrf/ld. Jl'lL t degree) throughout Dakota, the water
passed through the eighth rib, passed is a good pMirtunity to \'I isit Jacksonville n child and two babies-were brought; to
being confined to the rivers, with no over
through u }>ortion of the liver, came out with but very little expense.! -There are the morgue at Hcllcvne Hospital. Among-
i in the business MoD l1AxeKMrsllancck, the wife flow The farmers estimate the yield fur Itadvancof the passengers, was I. '\". Kngland: of theX I
through the eleventh rib, near the backbone three boats engaged sjioiiging ,
of the General, is a few years his: junior in ) last 'car'llI. In Northern Minnowita I lie wus saved. C'urtahmhnmithi is confined -
and buried itself in the muscles! of the from this place, viz. the C'lnrn K., M, A. age,and asa woman iof IU llIl"J ingiu uppcaranccoshcis In, the hospital' at Jtundall"H Island.
in !
farmers the
back; This: strike at one time assumed quite C Turner, master ; Mtygle! Curt, John N, as u man. Tall amid well proportioned : arc g'HHl spirits over Buffering from severe burns on the flee ami fi

formidable proportions, there being about Crevasse, and JlmggieV.! I*. Johnstone. The with a most winsome cinile, a outlook for an unprecedented crop. Oat arms lie made every effort to beach tin'
manner that puts you at your ease at once, and burley never Joola'll'l.ttl'r. vessel, but the /Humes spread JIo) rapidly that
3X! ") engaged In it, led by some of the i-hooner Caroline C'ayf, and sloop Seininolc, )
: men eyes that animate every line fit| it was! iniMHMiblo to do lit,. The number of t
worst characters in the city. It is said, also: will soon start at the business. The sponge' a hanl1wumie face, she I is still beauty, although TUB weather in Xew York has been ojsprcssivcly liven lout cannot l lil' learned, u" time steamer

that there were several white men engagedin sold here this season, we learn, is i inferior tothat her hair is becoming streaked with hot fl'JI tl)'. Time .\Iciatl.'tll'rChf wan merely a daily tran-jxtrt and kept m*

inciting the negroes to violence. We : bold last winter.- -Ceifar JCry/ Jaurnoi.Madlaon. gray. She was! married when the General dispatch of the l ;tim lilt says : "The register It b not likely that more thai
but lieutenant, doing duty in fifty lost.XKW '
was young are
hope if this: is true the authorities will not the far West It was entirely a love match, weather in thin vicinity during the past few : Yeas, June :.!"). -The excuraiu S

rest until they land them in the turpentine} A COMBED M.% e)i I:KXPEBIEXCE ix A WELL. and neither of them have since regretted it- day* has been Intensely hot The thermometer steamer IMIUJ Itranch. while leaving Pultun

camp of Capt' Wyse. Judge Archibald A colored well digger, ; by the name of Handy in fact, their home !is one llf the happiest yesterday went to 1000 at lied Hank, Ferry, Hrooklyn, this morning, loaded with
hlll1h' uaLc! Mrs. Hancock has always oi'- and 07 at Long Ilrasm('h. Xo such heqt has was run into by the oil liar I
sued a proclamation, counseling: the riotersto Hogan, while digging a well for Mr. F. 1J. jKmed to her husband's becoming a candidate ( passenger, !.eJfojtr. ':
been known there in June for the The Lttmj Jlntnch wax badly injured -'-
desist (ram further turbulence. Sheriff Sweat, in this! town, on Tuesday about 10'clock for the Presidency, and she b I even past cen about time lows, nml to prevent her kinking ';
Bowden active and efficient in giving the above the weakness of wishing to IM the tury. Two hundred deaths have been re- ;
was very cainejvt-ry: near sharing RMIICite was run Into Catherine slip, where her pa--
aid to the police. The artillery company of Levi Miles, who was found dead in II.well inbitres* of of the thecanvoxs White House.und if her She husband dreads isott.rl| in this: city during the past twenty sengem were safely landed. \1 far as known
readiness to call by the told\ that the worry four hours. This b the highest mortality no one is i injured, although great confusionprevailed. ';
was in answer any at Quitman last week lie us is elected she think that the honor which

authorities, but fortunately there was no about fifteen minutes to 10 o'clock he began the 'txttition brings will bo dearly purchased 'I yet recorded this year and has ,not often becnt'xcc.ll..l the collision. The bin I IMUO on hoard liraitfh al at*>ut the J.NJO time( ex-of t,

need of their services. Laboring men must to smell something like brimstone and kill.liur by the renunciation of all domestic life for; in the heated season of former l'urtlonlHts, mostly women and children,
learn that while they have a perfect right to [, but be kept digging, on ; he soon corn- senior four yean major-general to come and and I hit of i his haacesofsooiibecoming ]u >itloii n.' rear The summary of teven days up to members of the Hansom J'lace llaptht
dissatisfiedwith noon to-day show' a total of 1,03: deaths.A Church, Hrooklyn, bound t,, tatuwana!
s ijuit any work when they are icnccsl to feel stifled, when at about 10 chief of the army. Whilekhe prefers
Island, the Hudson, uu their annual .
their pay, or for any other cause, they clock ho struck his hoe in the corner of hewell her own home existence, however, there. ,mi u. to the Gal vc..ton :AVu- from Fort .up She: had l hardly It-f$ the pier at the ex.ciirwlon. .* m f.

haut) right: to hinder any other man from when a cloud. of gas, resembling smoke, on b no a grand one better scale qualified than he.to play A society the ho belle: tcm, Stockton; says : Major IJ. J. Lawrence and a foot of Fulton sinct.wht. .she truck a hawser ,

tilling their places. Any such attempt b a humid up In hh (tu-e: lie was almost nuothed even after her marriage, the has all the nclf- eorj* of the Texas ,
crime and will be severely punished, as the (' but ham presence of mind enough to routidencc and resource iu .
Jacksonville rioters will learn, we trust. tall for help, and an old man, who wan most varied company. There b nothing thirst in the White Hand lulls arrived; at hole wa knocked fi. her how but theJi.." ..
in the of conversation about which
1'(1111 111(c. drawing up the mud for !him, ran to the lithe does range nut know something. Her gcatctchann. IVcoH Hi ver without low of life Home stock Jwlon bulkhead prevented' llaer Nuking and V

While! the strong easterly winds, prevalentin mouth ft the well. Swing the prearious however, b-ami it i it the GencralV unit wug'JIU.1'1..' abandoned at different Interval the In was HUM enul.lnl)loat b to tWill her i"lawgiver:
safety. The
this locality 'for the |pest few day, have condition of Hogau he obtained help] arum I also -the art of making every individual fur forty miles. Those first arrivingat slowly -lnklllg.
feel 1 if he the ole YOJut July 1-TI lrt-h\'o boli. of''
\ ifcaioncd tremendous high; tides, they Lave after extra exertions they rtcuwl Hu atom of her attention.a AVw were JVji6Vuyyt one )
[also caused buch rn-as to roll on the Gulf and gaulll1Y" he never encountered that or any d number, when found, were crazed by thirst w"rluv"fOjI' mend all but funs Identified.

[bar as to prevent those vessels lying at the other kind of gas In a well before; be mays l.liinese ha : and had entirely fctriiqx*! theiiwelre They "fu ,UUtL psusseimkerr out heard from
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[yard and awaiting sufficient water to sail, to Le b going to Itt that well ulone. Lz,U",nJkc"rIrr. Kbokand and the army Uu.*.ian* are retiring" on were fund l within one hundred yards of the to the.known thirty!lust< If all the the total iui will*,ii r ir Wikixtytwo. l. '
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TOO soo.v.Hhe conic out of the place, or We .shall be the and your gloomy surroundings caused thattery JIISCI'LL.Ixl;.L that, therefore bends, 'lnggl1e upon himand !

r ; ,' cultic, how sweet and fair she came next. Even now they may have heard us. : ugly dream? You know that it has the Iaint'r that he 11It no : the two
To our riulo, earth and. stayed: a while, alt they vIhlmurderus. l'l'l proved I that one minute's' doze, suffices A WHITE .SLAVE.-In the early day.s of will look when I laid! on the
,' A tender spirit, free from blame, asked her if she had tint got drowsy. the soul for vagaries which, in our our country it was customary to 1',1 white tnt in. In question most cases his:! obstinacy) overrules
And lit with an angelic smile. whilst waiting for me in the gloom of the waking hours, would, take weeks to per people into slavery us well or ns 11 ns negroes. ncr, and the latter i s chnu'clled)!
Ah me I thnt smiles so swccthont.1- fade Ifcroon-i wuXo\eml'lr--n' I.1rcallcll., form. :!. To he sure, the condition theirslavery the house-na to having hilt house painteif, with
', From lips that in the grave are laid. replied, : l lI1t drl.II; No," she replied, ; "I did not sleep one was not precisely the same, U! the to consent which he privately)' thinks ,
and horror-struck ns 1 was when the millions moment. ISoide: should I sleep, do you term of servitude was limited. and we believe colors the 1-ainter detestable.t
i however
;' .She was so young) the light intense descended the stairs- again, I eicpt\ .silently tlilk. in broad ,day, especially after I saw \ that the JI"ter were not l'mloWl'rl.,1wih So netlnu*In, his vk time views, and the lat I
t That seemed to guard her m from her birth, u if I ('ollII"lll, out ncylhingcud :i thl hag vanish out of my' sight?" a right to transfer their ; acquiesce himself that!he has gamed a vic- ,
Ftt spoke bat, of stainless !Innocence, oh horror, I IHI len'f lrt1 thcsight.! .Tll'u01 do believe in ghosts!" I : \ller the old laws of Maryland and "S irginia .' ter latl'r finds: when it is too late, .
And purity too great for earth Ho let us go !" llghl,1 nut the master, while he held them(, held torv. !0m O\t.consented, to adoptcolors -l
: ; Ah me I that: light so pure should fado I must( oJfc:41 felt l little creepy and nervous '1 I do not ; but I is all so 1'1. them body and soul They were not designated that no painter l he ever yet had not selected
From eyes that in the grave are lull but wllYIelf again( in 11)11'1t zling." ,l as slaves, but us servants, and were "' hilscf: sui-posed that
and And did not out 1 by Kngland being people, who were The hou e-owner 1H \ I
Fel'llg fearing III"tll'r you arc :sure "II cOle < the, painted a delicate! cream
y And then she left us, as a bark SWO"I. I began Il'I'l'IJng the !'tairl with again 7""Quite criminals, and though not having committed his house was will find that it \.amted: \ ( Indian
t ;' White-winged dink'! dimly from our sight, her, when a light ,{ shot, up to us. positive ; for I did, not take myeye crimes punishable by death, Wl'reti- sufliciently color, but he that the painter insist, that liehas
t s Or as some sweet song-burllcnal, lark. She clutched me (convulsively hit was reassured off the door until I was in my room dangerous to be sent "lt coun red, alt followed his although -
; Soars upward to the realms of light. 1 I by hearing my wife's voice calling and I walked into the large fireplace, alliIIlk.1 try. They were shipped l to the colonies t and strictly it hlstfuchons"1 is Just'OSI hIe
Ah me I that youth and (hope should, fade outs "Frank Mary !f Where are ?" to sec if shthad, hid h'Jdf there. sold for 1 specific number of years, the average th'e as he pretends been ,i.u.xcd. a trifle\ too
1' When] beauty in the grave I is laid. .Hrr('," I said, "all right." )1 Hut it was all clear tip to the sky being seven. Such advertisements ns that tilt has the helpless man whose
; -CIfIIIIlJr'lIIfllnl.. "Indeed," she replied.'I think i all W'I I would believe In its being haunted that which we have before us from the warm. What can red
'i4:{..r --- -. -- wrong to give me such 1 fright." than in its being a den of wholesale ft-nntiylmniii iazcttc of a date as late as July, house 11"been tlSnlawfulh'' insits! that
We had reached }her by this time, nnd by murderers. Were our town n seaport or 1781, were common then, and much more do Wf'trh )creamcolor
Till: JtVKK'8 HOUSE. delicate ,
.g the light of the lantern she- had, brought she lear the sea, I should think it was:! a haunt frequently twenty years earlier. It runs! in Indian red is really I the tHc I
I was born in an old chartered and very caught sight of llrr'!blanched fal'('. for smugglers, who had. hala scuttle with this way : .Just arrived : From London rendered, a trifle too warm lIXJ laws
'icturcsquo\ town in the west of Kngland: in To my wife's interrogatoriesn|>cctingher t the coastguard, and had, brought home their derry, in the brig I'tymCaptain Stewart may kill the \painter, but the unjust he
whose vicinity! stood. an ancient ducal pal-: illness:! the poor girl u"lrell her t th IltlhoWlq dead to give them burial Then I thoughtof commander, a number of line healthy men of the country will punish hint or may,
lace, which( had, not been occupied\ fur many not i, hit terrified.' "I will tell you all, the resurrectionists! or II0lY-latcher; and women, servants: and small\ boys, whose atu,, expense, hire ullotl'r! results painter, and I t
:i long year ; and like other buildings loft to she ,,1.1, when I get home" but there was no medical, school in the times are to be disposed: of to the best. bid have }his house rcplltelnth Ins as unsatisfactory -
..ll'c:1It had the reputation of being haunt I for the light, and left them neighborhood' or I would have put it .down ders by the captain on board, o h Campbell as those ntl'wed! frt '
I ed. There certainly were strange !sights and walking) on, whit I ran up for .Ior's painting at once to one of those worthies. The more! &Kingston! on the whlrf. ) effort. If he is: a wise man, simply! I
Mounds' to he seen and, heard. sometimes'! by materials, all, locking!: the door: I put I thought the more I felt convinced that it It was in the spring that a very mils to the inevitable, awl recognize the fae
those who were near the place at dusk and: the key in my meaning to f.tlr was the result of my, cousin's disordered remarkable case occurred in connection with that no man can have his house painted
!r, r lifter dark ; but it was never looked 1 into. again after IlIek.t. trtn elucidate. the imnginntlon, from I being, left all alone at this system of white slavery,; an occurrence suit himself. There i! a worthy c1tcm:1
The uneducated were too superstitious aulfrightened mvstery.: When I joined,) them Mary was nightfall in such a ghostly building.After which rl'ulWI:>! of nil firstclass residing! in 1 New Jersey>' !suburban
; the better lass! were too ,busy' ort l"kin.t'I; wife how sin- dared come alone / while I said, ; "Whist: is out of the ('I\"l'S swindling in America.It for twenty\ years has:! been trying to have his I
,, too indolent ; nnd we had. no rural police' in all the way) from my house to (that dreadful iUe| !tioii to-night ; no umcY' thoughts would was:! the remarkable experience of one house painted, a particular shade of brown. '
r those lays to trace out the causes. It was a place, be in his or her hand ; so, if 'f01 would Sarah Wilson, I female convict, who for a During that time he has employed four different
t great pity for such a line F.lizabcth: structure She replied, she would rather do HO at any' like a strutlll ready for use; I time in those old days was national character painters, and has had, his house I
to fall to ruins.! I remember: it as a strong; hour of the night; than be, Kept in suspense. lie accepted, the Ilyiution'; but I of wonderment. painted !successively yellow, rat green and I
nnd beautiful mansion, with its lawns and and added, : .\s soon as the day begun to my wife and" Mary both sprang up 111 in ; It was in the summer of 17VO that a wo orange: but never once has he been able
terrace gardens( and its many windows alJI close, I looked for, you ; hit as you did outcome I'n''Ile.ll:>! on our way to the door, saying :, luan-a stranger to all about the palace by threats or entreaties to induce a painterto t
I there are days in the 'l'l1f. This: I doubted I thought Frank must have called fur .houlIIIt go out. She knew I meant togo suddenly, entered<1, by means of the private to use:! the brnwlpaillt for which ho ti.h..
when a child, and often got the nurse: girl to you, and was lionizing you in the to vuu. the house, and if 1 ditlshetvould go tot stairway. the boudoir, of (Queen Charlotte. It i is, of course, possible for a man to buy
walk around the IIOUSQ, to count them with Hut when fully an hour after dinner was:! I pooh-poocd the idea of going there, espcHallv The Uuchessof.lheester was in conversation his own \paint, thus procuring the precise t
I me ; but we never attained our object ; for if ready, he came back without Jut, and fh- after what )Mary: has told \ with the Queen at the tile, and both were shade. which he desires: and then to hire apaintertoputitonthohou.se.
the I'Ul1l-ot( overclouded, she would. be sure ed oil like madman. when I u,kcd, for vou, I You don't believe word I have tot astounded and affrighted by the composed : Tins exper- I
f.i> sec a ghost nt some gloomy window, and I was:! for the moment bewildered: but I thinking 'ol-I.I am sure you do not ; I can see it > manner in which tlC iitrudcr-without a anent has been tried, but no man, (having -f r y
t I, rush off leaving me, terrified. to 1 follow. The you must have been' taken ill, and,l that til tWlkll' of your eyes !I" she l'xlalll"I- h''rd-took in thc situation and looked over once tried it,ever tries it again;such a method I
old, residents had( died out, the title( having Frailkoul,1, want help and, I light, I hurried u-\nth, .OI't h you go, 1,1; let me beg of sun: the apartment. heI'US ejected, not without of painting a house !should not be attemptedbvnn ,l 1
become extinct ; and around it were sprung\ to the kitchen for u lantern and told [plar. IUlI special I in Tom ;] "and MOle little 'his ', b u page.a Nothing v one whole' income is: less than $15,000
tip| mills: and, factories! which. prevented the one of the girls to \put on her things nail ac t hl'l he s uh't/ care to go nlone." was further done ill )' to the mat a* year. The amount of paint, turpentine, I Ian:1
w siii.stocracy from living! ; in it. The milk company: )' me to the )I I.l"': Hou"e, for r"l So Tom promised: fully meaning; to keep' ter, but shortly after the re\'ec\ was entered : brushes that the painter' uses will bo
owners! too! preferred being; further away were there 'Oat must hate 1'1',1' taken ill. the promise, I am sure; and we were allowedto and I the (lll'clI'leuhilll robbed of valuable found to cost rather more than the house. I
<< from their ('nulltill -IIOU":4: and! smoky ]Hut would, you believe I.? She 1.11f' 1'miss. jewelry 11.1 oWI miniature portrait. No matter if the paint merchant has:! made I
rliimncys.! I Besides! :!, it must! have been avery fused, saying it served r"l right filt:: As loon as we got outside I said, Well,. The was traced<1 to arahiOI, the careful: calculation of the quantity: of paint
rich nun who could, put It !in decora- there ; ,'Ol would never be found, for I person Tent I did, not \promise, nor do I wish to maid, of Hon. )1'r, 111.1. apprehendcd'he that will be sullicent- to eO\r house:! the
live repair, and, keep up !such an establishment. : going near that house! after dark was break yours ; but I 111 off to the was:! convicted and sentenced painter will demand at 1111..t three times that
t' In those days our merchant princes never seen u Iftl'rwlrl1 I ri.1I'uh.IIHr,1 ( nonsense I have; :the kcIn my 1 pocket, and Hlke'l., to death. Through. h the l influence of her mistress : amount' and' wi then ruin his employer 1 in I'
were! content with very modest, : dwellings, and ( tl : 1It mith- satisfy \ '; to-morrow may be too Iutl." :! and her sister, Ladyrosvenor(! time:1'1- t turpentine IJrlllcs.TIr .
much' as many n middle clnss: man nowadays, er would J go, so 1 had 11 alternative" hit to I Then you believe ,1Iar1 :tof'7" he fence was commuted to 1J1I lortltiol to which!
"Toulll.1l'I1Il! it derogatory to \live in. I am come : .\ trutuul bondage for : I\\roR>t.-Thearl worm,
t Ilolle. :I,1 "eyel of of
I is the portion
I. \writing a slow anil sure age ; we alto now "' reached, home T went to the cellar I am bound. to Icle\ it ; hit it is caused great indignation among the common :! now devouring crops I is of I
-rlI 1'lunllllwl New Jerseya : m grub
i living; in a fast and, reckless! one. and got a bottle of Moselle, and made, not :! or ghosts, I'll I find out classes:! of Kngland: : -the most lowly, brutal, Long ocutouulogists I
Lint! to my storv.. I had attained an age Mary rlllkoll half a tumblerful : and\ Ihl'l ', ,,111'.l'n'l'OIC! back. Hit don't you go in beasts. in the world, by the way-who were nocturnal moth klOWII The moth when:!t tn.
< the Lciteiinia
; \1'hl'lIIIII'I\ :>! or hobgoblins; :>! and. !suell' -likct we sat We were just settledto until I will be sending my clamorous: for her l'xI'ellion.IUII claimed, in niitiiniicli.1.a'tout
rubbish did not tel'riftlr' trouble me. I was dessert when 1 friend dropped\ in for a wife /fl'r I'elr me, o all\'IH will depend' on being, violent terms, that the gallows had hel'l fully extended, i is:! an inch,long; and an
inch and in width from tip
married. the other of Men'rall'1lil. three-quarters
ti man, hand nt whist, and wondered at our beiugso quiet.
i dren, when' cousin came to visit:! us, who late I told him the rl'IMOII. and then asked; "Nay," he said! ; "if you J go I will. No dll'atl1 Sarah Wilson was:! wild, in Mary to tip, all I is:! of a yellowish-drab color, inclining
,: was highly delighted\ !: with our pretty town ; Marv for her story, as I had forbidden! her great harm( in breaking a promise of that land I to Wiial Duvall, of Hush Creek, to rl-l"l.: Its, fnrl'wln.ts-for; thelcucnaal
i 1 and knowing) her to be' very clever with her talking; ) about i Inti she had got her dinner. kind ; and it will bo forgiven when I plead Fredrick, ( Ill for :tile appeared to lke 1IIIpilop\'r, ,with, has two dot sets of
l cncil, I asked her to paint' Ill( one or two of She began; : you left me I w".kt..1 anxiety for vuursafety." be satisfied- witn her fate. She was shrewd, wings- l'all one near
1 the scenes in the neighborhood.;; This:! she on for a long while unti, feeling; hungry, I ".\ rl'cII,"t I .Hut we must havea however, and I soon made )her escape: \ fleeing the centre ull dusky oblique stripe at the
willingly consented to do, and we sallied looked at my watch, found t it wn..t i'at light. And fl'l'le.1" time kitehen for I t to Virginia. To put' all t the distance 1 possible: tip I t Jl'll.rl)' deposits its eggs at the base
forth III mix mi what should I be her first: pic- two u'co'k. I fhc ni.Itc my' s-mdwirnes! bull'ye, it will J" create suspicion! there) between herself: and her mo-ster she pursued 1 ot ( grass: :! stalks a"olt the end of
ture. Slie: thought the view from the (Duke's) and, afer takhlJ n turn through some lt the and, the news will be carried into the par herw'a'tiSuuthCarulina. 'I'Itereshebuldly June or early in. July:, and they arc hatched
(House-as it wI"II'nlll'I-woulll bo the best' work again. I not I lor., assumed:! the style of an adventuress! and l in the next spring.; For about a month after
rOll IIl.ttl'llnto
'. I told her she dared not trust herself in been when was aroused, ".I have: one at my lodgings," he said ; passed herself: off as the Princess: Susanna: they are hatched) they feed, voraciously upon
w there, for it had been unlnlinbitatcd fllr.tho by strange e, irregular noises which seemed to "and it is i lon our road ; we can call and get Caroline Matilda, and time sister of time \eglahol1 then descend Iltuth'gro\wi, .
last century, and w.tshauutetl. >laughed, come from the landing( above. I then awoketo it." (Queen.. Her magnificent jewelry)', which she II chamber,the 11\'a changesto
r U\lllInlol she did not I believe in ghosts ; she the consciousness! that I had been hearing We accordingly did ; and Tom suggested (hud by omo meons! in hiding, a !shining, nlorl'll chrysalis:
I .WUK nut so much frightened; lit the dead in 1 scnllling of feet for.Home little time. The oar taking a pair of pistols, in l'\1 of Ill'l"1 and the miniature! portrait of Queen Charlotte which in two weeks ,develops\ into the imago
i tsolitary places as at the living ; and her curiosity scuflling commenced again and I got up', I tin aIv believe Tom hoped for I brush bore her out in her bogus business:!, or mature insect, by killing which the .
f being excited she wanted to explore' door villains.Arriving birth of multitudes of offspring may bo (' .
moved 1 cautiously to the which was the and she was the honored amid accepted guestof Irnt,1 ,
the old; building t 80, whilst she went fur ajar, and looked out ju-t in time to see an there, wu walked round the )house all of the' finest families in that section of \ The larva or worm(, when it hn:!
t her easel and materials, I got the keys from old, hag disappear III 1 .doorway\' above, and before entering it, and peeped into every the colonies.:! There was no, finish to her :>! full growth, I is:! from an inch to nn
: tin old( man who lived in the old, courtyardof the door Hose: softly behind,! I her. I stepped nook we could, find. At last! we directed swell of social eminence until the news ofher inch nnd lung, dark gray, and
the! ducal residence up and noi t>lessy| opened the door and our glance to the upper regions, and about career extended northward, and then the marked "t.lf.\.luar'J \nluwbh stripes
\Ve walked through the rooms: admiring, pet-jK-d in, but to my great surprise the room half-way up the circular tower wo thought following advertisement I appeared} I, and was ahonn.1 :broader one ot .lle coloror
their old grandeur, the lofty marble columns, was ('ll't' ,.. I walked in to sew- if there was we th"'er a light. This was sowed broadcast : slightly darker upon each side. It isthinly
standing;; on marble: hearths each side of the any (thl'j door through which !he' could Mary: had chosen for her sketch. tlwilJ' Purim Creek, Frederick Md.. Oet. t clothed 1 with short hairs, and has :
li fireplaces\ supporting' : the grained' ceilings, have lat..I. I but, t I hl.f walt, nor was I there see it too. "Wl' determined on (entering 11,1771. I Han away from county the subscriber, a black hil on the hl'ue haled like a letter
with coats of arms and other levities carvedin a w could have got out of. I weary and! if possible solving the riddle. As we convict servant, named but V. :The mouth of been ndapt-
marble between\ them The tapestry" for you kllW I don't believe reached the second, landing-it was noble bus her flrhl"oll e 1 simply to suckim' dew and the nectar of
t round the walls hmdl.t1mo,1ty. but in lilrh'I"11l"l : changed; Lady usanl: tlntwers the mandibles! labium and labrum
r was u :! went down to the room, but staircase with its: carved halu..trall'we Caroline ) which! the public ) : ;
.. wonderful state of preservation, and no could not, settle to work. I went up\, again heard: voices and I t h UIII n I"I I I il believe lltll was her lIIalt majesty's:! sister being in a rudimentary state- while the
i than when boy tWl'UtYt'UI'4 before, and but could : inaxillie were enormously developed I, form .
worse u laln. discover nothing, nor heavy luhlanl'l' a; the wnli.'ht'l: She has:! a blemish In her right eve, black !
1 had pitied the ladies who wr\.l'lll'u; \ hard could 1 detect 1 "oln.1 It was broad day we C"It; to thud !storyhence ( : rolled l hair stoops in the' shoulders and ing proboscis:with which it gathered food' t l'watdllnJ
t cover their rough stone wall. My cousin: when 1 MW JUT; ul.I! IIO\ I found,) I was light on outside, tOlprllhll'l.1 his lan makes common practice of: and and which when at rest was clli"11I like a '
I :-IetI'h..lroom for her first: sketch., and as 1 getting too dark I for me to .11 anymore of tl'rl to tl l the door, for soyell. did it lit I her clothes with crown writing and H. in front of the lar
,) was leaving!: advised her' tolock the .!rlr my painting "so I gathered all t together and that we could see no (rewire of light toguidous marking Whoever secures the said, servant I woman, or is fully! furnished with apparatus ; '
after me, to guard) against; intrusion ; luUnhe ; put' them into ole I'rl'r. ready for tomorrow ; and hatingipuictly opened it, we passed 1 will take her' home, shall receive five pistoles fur ma,tication! and sets out on its
objected) to this saying she never locked 1 l\rnll' and sat down to wai for in ; but all was: lark We entered, but it beside' of charges. travels, doing nothing but reapuuidgnawthe
1 herself in any room, for Tear of sudden- ill- you As I\W gettingdark, 11,11, I had was iuiti empty' and the taiHMrv beingstripped Ull'Ol WILLIAM DUVALL. vegetation that comes:! in its way. When :
@ net's, but if I would lock the door on the been l expecting you since three '1'llrk. I from the walls, showed nothing[ 'but, "I entitle Michael to search the the !insect appears' in xuch incalculably vast i
outside, and call for her us! I came from the thought you mu.t have forgotten I Il I the rough Stll'I1 was: \so quiet,thatit city of Philadelphia, 1.1111 there to arll' as those in which has c'nuo this f
bank, she would be much happier to know went down to sec if I could find any means really :1.1.11'4 we hail disturbed 1 Charleston for the said woman.frol year farmer and ar.Ill'J are at a losi:! for '
; i who was secure from IlIh'rrul'tiont'tl'r' of egress. .\: 1 1'.II.llot I returned to my' 11'JUI phantoms: lt tullh revels.I J ll'tlS.t" stay its progress:!, but, in ordinary
some hesitation 1 consented: 1 to t'.o (this:!, and room, where I could watch for yuureutung! said to : ,rhat be the meaning This pruiiunciamento caused her to fold times it may he destroyed, with London pur.
I I I.P with the key in my pocket, went to business.II : for it was not so dark hit I could; see any of this .II I'al up her tents and steal away. She was still. pIe or Paris jfl'nnl il march may be cutoff
l was just: clo--ing time, and 1 was locking object crossing the court. Whilst 1 wli. Then, just as he was going to reply, the successful for time in boraowing money, by (' (: ; II the line of its ad-
i up t the ...strong-room/, when the manager drew thmkllll whether I should h.1'ou about noises commenced again, and we stepped but t finding Ilalt..r growing too excessively: vance. Preventive measures are the plough
III f. my attention to a nutter which involved a t woman tn-llgl or tomorrow outside and listened attentively At last Hose, and IUi as to her genuineness tooexlt.'Iin' ing: of an infested 1 field in the autumn tu dostroy .
.P, protracted search of papers' -a search, how- the moaning' among>t Tom suggested; : "Oneof these nu'beswhkh shclcrtlc(1 to leave the South and the eggs, or burning the stubble over
ewer which happily' t successful. .\.hli the trees, which go North. She eluded her persecutors for the Natural enemies of
.Pk :! 1l1': I very dreary ; hit looked I paneled out tor statutes, must bo eggs. the worm are
other thoughts; bav iugrbten drjvt-n from my soon I heard : \ the :soii'hing! of dour" I two years, but in 1773 was finally captured crows and blackbirds, bogs and l Idlc\llOI
,r head, by this' unwonted piece' of business! :!, I the wind, htflgl' heavy thuds t"fIC ; We examined the one carefully next the in New York and returned to hl'r" nll h'r," flits, which latter are the deadly fIls of the I'
t reached home, and as I mechanically took and the told me as room we had I jut left, and sure enuuglueauu' and compHlcd tu serve out double the original lepidnpters. They deposit their eggs on the I
t : out Ill' lill'hkt'IIn.l' went into the house: through stmueuf-Ie, rooms' in the nlorniuigrusheti noon) a secret spring. Tom put his light out lime for which she was 101.1 eggs, I lame and pupie of these insects, and I
I still: in u reverie, 1 was met by wife, who 1 to my mind! ; but I soon, bauUhol! 1 of sight and, put his, hand on his 1l"tol I Her rather plain' face ul.l provesconclusively in paying utl'lhol to the army worm they
asked why 1 was NO late for dinner, and such nonsen.se. knowingit must bcpro 1 ,l huvdbv very gently pressed the spring 1' it I that the did not beat upon lay three wlite eggs upon his skin I
i where. Mary: was I living I heings" noiselessly opened sufficient for us to see beauty, but idently depended upon natural just behind! the head, and when the ichneumon !
t Mary I exclaimed ; I forgot all nliout '" \" did he telou?" asked my wife into the room. There was the old hag still boldness" and that cheek "with 1 hll'l. tarsi are hatcned -thl.r.I"<.><.>il..nt onco
<" her; and catching: my hat ou" l tho 1 jK-g itguin, I Wlrw', he I Ihont I very wicked at her brew, and one man with a knife -illst11cntberiug lab to make a meal of their involuntary. hoit.. I
I 1 rushed out, speeding a* fast as I could to PkoI' for some I baleful, I rea-son\\hippetl. 1 the limbs of his:! victim. He TiE Itursta-I'.uxrea.-The painter resembles Nearly)' coincident with the appearance of r.
f' liberate her, and bitterly lauientingmyfolly his unioriunaie wiio cviry ill; ht thrllh stopped his work to address some beings out the plumber in his deep-rooted unwillingness the army worm Ul Long; Island was that of
1 for lovking her in. the house, her lamentation- liein-! hearth by of sight, mil we, havingseen enough, quietly to keep hiagreements.. Ole of a "strange th' which is now commonly
I U was quite dark when I got there and I any' one who had l the temerity to Unear closed 1 the door, darted downstairs, and soon his chief objects in life is to put off the hour thought by the farmen to be the 'parent of
\\H iui 1 no light ; but I felt out the keyhole, unlocked the hiiu.sc after ,lark, \11. j.1 was ijiiictagain r'adl\llllh'. 1\1 was:! always very pale, of painting until the huu\wnen' patienceis the worm, but I much more likely that
I the door I and i trllmpl'lluullh'I the fora little while, 1 ht.'arll'ull' with large e dark .. '; and whEn he enteredthe completely l'xha\"t, I, and his consequent the fly was the Idleunll instinctively
t stairs. I called her, but received 1 no reply. and t the sound' ofsomcthinghcingshulHcdanddragged I room where my wife and Mary were, indignation ..ll1riYhim of that mental seeking a home mil suitable food for its
\ <:Joins; into, the room in which I IIH1.lll'IIr: up the stairs toward! the ru.om I was his look told in 1 moment where we had t'11uilllmitnl ":\ for a successful contest young yet UIOf. The ichneumon fly itself
1 gazed into the mvsses, and Ibuiul her hudlled in. 1 crept behind the door, and holding with wiles There was, is harmless to titan and fur the take of the
<1 up in one corner. my breath, dart' through the t'r\\'it'" To b"l'Y\..." I said, in reply to their queries ; probably, '1linkr'al .. (It'u painter good it does should be left unharmed by
Mary, my jioor dear child," I exclaimed, my horror l 1 saw two rutllan.s dragging ul'&oilthlng .w( !lave heed there,and have 1'1 enough who pr.mted 1 house on the day when he him, us also thuut the despised crow, which
win you ever forgive. me? wrap itd In a &hl'l: they .1r1'l'c to appal' the stoutest heart" Here I caught halllmml.IN paint it. He never hat Iwen / tl be mortl'rvict.'ahle to
OJ 1 Hush[ hush Cjqtit"s sake, hush! she it to the room I \had examined by Tunis wll.,1."lhl\.IIlok of Illrirh and less than three iHjstiMiiiements.:! His excuse lakt the farmer by retJ of the insects which it
a till in u whisjier. The tlcr1'1\ emitting .a lurid glare could 10 ; fur the tirst of these is that he I is out of white destroys than troublesome to him in
"Why lli.1'IIU. not uiu.wcr me, when 1 They did nut stay long, C"rtU myself on the couch and r.iaretl with laughter }l'II'lor turpentine and has been unable to the cornfield.VAHCO .
t-alled )you?" 1 replied. I soon came out, and tramiH.nl :tair I laughed S long that my wife !began to procure them The second i lY ostponement is DA GAMA
1/hdanut! hear you until now. Oh I again, leaving the door |IIIrtl\open. I heard: think my'brain was She looked at because the painter professes to been whose remains have just
have 1jt.'t'I1Io\l'h fearful bights: t 1" the Houud of their fiMiUtcu; .lit away in the Tom but lie.kept his turm..1 : and continued mae coming shower of ruin-which f"Jl to to the reml\11 across the Tagus, at Lisbon,
t 1 felt her whole frame quiver, and then, us lower iKiMMiiont, and all l'iuJ quiet, 1 dole his idiotic stare. At I last, set-ing theywere come with a much uLtlla1'rEfuH'if it had most famous Monastery of Belem, is the gatet ant
i I vas assisting! her to ri>e, she tell tm me in quietly up the tln Il'l'II' into the really frightened I gasped out : "Mur- by "sor" 1'enuur-and i, He of the Portugese :
., a fainting; tit. I had no light, not even u room. There If' t tire ot red emlrs, der will out. The were pigs! scaldIN Ll'l'I1'rolhcit.'t1 third failure to apjtear on I the is generally credited with the tl"'o\r-
fusee in my i>ocket, and no one was within Mo**! the old hag 1 saw go up in the after pigs ; and the .ur/.l"/ was the old wo- the day hIleat"lthrr an attackof ''i"tC maratiiue mute to India, ulI t'ltl _
-all. At 1 length 1 thought; of the water she noon. She! wa stirring Minn-thing in that sells such splendid black puddings \\11'nmlse1: the to ; hUllrtanrl'to the discovery of trll" ,-t'r ;
m:1 inCt f.1iure U.btuut (
j Iud for her work ; it might revive her if 1 cauldron on the tire, gibbering ami muttering !" > him with lac.I"n ly! ,thU time the of'r the orld by ( ", ) /, Director .
rouldtindit, I laid her down gently, and like the witches in Macltcth. She turned1 Wheu I took the key back tl the old man, 1 louse-owner has L so i indignant that, Royal Library at Herlin, UIloul'\1. ,
grupil"about} for the water, sprinkled tier round, In.11 thought hergaA- fell on me. I I asked him why he had his butcher shop at when the painter actually arrives, the latter suiai been: )'l'J ago that certain documents
face which had, the ttfcct of bringing her felt sliding and rcmcmlicrcd brought to light tending" to show that
mybclf .1.1, the top of the old building tinds it comjuirativi-ly easy to overthrow thearguments the
route to the East of Good;
round no more until 1 was again around by the .Oh, sir," he replied l, "don't tell on mute.1'u of the former in favor of any particular via the Cape
Hurriedly rising, she exclaimed, "Oh, same two demons ('coming up with anotherbundle. ; I see, sir I nuke a little bv letting itvery color. It i is a i>oiiit of honor" with before liulieLad' I'l known two hundred )'llln
come I1wa"* Take me out of. this, horrid What could I I do ? Th\ would cheap t.l.th..ll '. I ,h 11l11tJ.! tllllnt..1 never let a man have his: own I Jama's: tiny, The explorer was. tieseenlerl
place I MM>n I lie up. 1 knew now that the old witch ulo\\.I. were it kUd\I. They : as the color with which his house from an ancient family, and suji-}
I began to rally her ulxnit the absurdity, of had not strut me, fur I wa left UI1o"tl'1 nl'l b'h.U.no one knows of i it, and they shall lie l> tiuteoI. The house-owner and his though|IN"1 to have 11'1 tinctured with royal
her fears, and her telling me in the morning 1 saw 1 might gain my ro''m are unull'ott1 I can show the house without wife may have given much time to the se illegitimate blood. He early gailt"1the
t she was not Illl. ". could po-stiblv reach i it. and they would 1'1 to strangers who lec:ton of a nice.-olur fur the house, and a after reputation the of I Ud
of liartolommeo
Hut she interrupted me by saying : "I not hear me above their own din. I did sum visit: the town 1 used t<> make u good bit suitable hade for the trimmings but when Hs7 return the Di in
have seen no gh."t. We are in I den of and knew no more rou.sed( Jl'." by flowing it in former times, but very few he la\.llhe two tints rlr the.iiainter the fixed, from him doubling the Cape :
horrid thieve* and murderers! I saw two When she had entltr4t! bail : "Mary, come to see it how" latter variably l replies, "Oh, them 'colors a southern on as Dan to India most likely Juno's tu tue
.' boJ! dragged; ( up .tull stripped of everywith dear, do you not think you mut have I never hear of haunted houses now but I won't do at all, wr. In ,'ail .1O the un balked pa.'ge death pur-
just u Ihl't around thlm. Oh, ,lrl'J'off to sleep whilst waiting for me, think of the pig-klllers, happy hum insist.that he them, and JI1 the Fortunate were his Miccuaaor by fitted; but out Muncel fourvJ

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Vessel with one hundred, and l eighty men,, the exclusion of light: and air from his ncighihot J. & rl'-- KYDD' I :1 FLORIDA. ,
:and l1'1I1 (lama in command, furnishing him; s 11wC'IIi1t.1I1h1'C!: the right& to such< lightand : Fr\., March( 111'?, I!"'?!;*. a
with letters to nil the sovereigns, including! air has been acquired in some way. .\ I On) mid lifter thl date Twins on thi.. Raid
the mythical 1'rotcr John whom he might} ('or. ('('nh'r and Soeoinl Nf", ., "InX.XIUS.'I.OUln.: twill! run :as follows :

have occasion to visit. Thelittle fleet !Mrileii( I POLAR i is to lxrl.os.trmne.-Another be made by: American ('enterpriseto vurorouscll'ort I Are constantly adding to their Mock of :Staple: and FancyDDDD DAY 1 PASSENUER.::: : ; (E.xrKrr; nill\\) ,
From Lisbon 8 1407!) but bes'1by
) July was! sn : I
\ (' the mysteries of the frozen .. Jacksonville:5"! ::\ .\. M.Leave .
Ray 1
in the teeth of terrible gales and,1a\81afl'r.m'utinou- known the projector\ of the preliminary! ) ) 1: : YY'Y (5GiiGl; ; ; ; ; OOOOO) ) OOOOO( DDDDD) } : l.l'Ul.aIH' (.ity ..........................11:1.\:: : M.
sailors he rounded. the ( and touched expedition of Captain Tyson, jcar 1.diJ''J Ill] ) 1)i)) ) Ill: UI'Y (;ii i IHi oo oo( OO( OO DD DDSSRRR : : Leave Live Oak........ ......... ......... 1W: i'. )1.l'I'in'nt .
I.. various, the 1\lll'hitherto) unknowneastern lat, has! )"ltl'hll'll n !-h.itI1l'r'hkh\ he i is 1111 DD1DD ) : : YYY (iti (00 0000 00 Ill) DD) :SSSSSSR : ; SS; .\ Savannah ...1:................. fl: I.*> V. M.
places on found the now having fitted out at .Alexandria.., ; ) DD1) RR \'\' (i ili< (dG( OO OO OO OO DD DD) ) : I cacSavannah: ...... .................... *I'IM:< A. it.i .
of Africa
Melimla coast: ( far laving civilized than he for Arctic work, amid it N expected' that with DDDDD) ) I RDDDD t RR: YY I (;( ;(;(;il} OOOOO OOOOO( DDDDD}) :SSSSSSSR : :; : i 1.1'11I.I'l'< Oak................. ......... 5:;),> I'. at.i.ctve .
people}had he more a"I',1'en.) intelligent ordinary good fortune/ the second expedition : \ I ) 1 RR YY ciliWi;( ;< ;<;< ooo (1)(1) l0( DDDD) SSSS9l'lothiitg :; : : IJike (City .......................... .">:W) r. M.

anticipated Indiauiill', l'lI of ( andputting will lCdlilt uhout'hiy( 1. for the Polar Leave HaliU\in ............................ ":'I.i) iM..
native fluzerat '
boldlv: ,' t, a under his \ regions A few 11:111I'l'; n bill was reported ; Unix. 'ai'm llootx. Shoos, < tc. Arrive at Jacksonville ?r.............. ."':""> \'. :M.
nut to sea guidancecrossed ,, ; which
in the Representatives
the Indian X-can, and arrived at \ President establish temporary ----- MAIL AND! EXPRESS:: ;: (1) 1tt.v.)
authorizes the to a
Calicut, Hindustan, May( ::11, 14'JM.' His reception station within the Arctic Circle, for AT Xti\V YOUR KKTA1L FRIGES. Leave JtkMirviaIt-t:: ) 1'. it.
by the 1'rince of the coast was nol the .of making scientific diMoveries.explorations DRY GOODS LeaveV'hite balsa.................... <>:K;) 1'. )t.
cordial! The Arab merchants residing! there purpose and observation*, obtaining allpossible I Leave Baldwin........ ......... .......... ';'.utJ i'. at.lAitv .
Were jealous of the strangers, thinking they facts and knowledge in relation to (' t>n rh .,.illC'............... ........... 7i"; :! > r. M.
might interfereitli their trade, and illl'ltelthe ; the magnetic current of the earth, the in- J''t-. Agents for Duvttx.: Onlcrs) promptlynttendtrl to."tySANB011N \ IA-IIVO-Sanderson:: .......................... .::07 r. M.
Hindus( against them (tama was obliged fiance of icc-Hocs thrr'frllm11'11 the winds ------- ---- I/cave Olustce) ............... ...... ......... Nl 1:11':? >'.

to tight his way out of the harbor after and seasons and upon the turrcnts of that & HOYT Leave Mt. Carrie........... ............ !I.O\< :\ t.. )1.
which he sailed'homeward( reaching Li bon ocean, nl well as other matters incidental Arrive\ Lake City......................... !I:: l, 1'.31.
:September: 141KI! ', and was welcomed with thereto, developing and discovering at tin Leave Live Oak.......................... *:,1 1" .\. at.Arrive -
every honor. Maneel immediately sent nsquadron same lime other and new whalc-tHicries, SECOND:: STREET:: : NEAR ('1X'1'11'; :. Tallahassee...............*........ ;:IM) A. M.

to India, under Pedro Cabral tn now so material in many respects) to !this Arrive .A Ihal1Y......".........-...........10:45): .: A. N.
establish Portuguese !settlements in \\bicb country. IlI proposed. l that this expedition w'IIOLEs1LR AND KKTMI t Arrive Savannah.......................... {ftuO: A. M.
he was but partially I'ro'pero1'At: Calicut having such scientific objects! in view, ?hal Ix-ave :Savannah .................. ........ 4:30.:: p. :11.
a number of adventurers were murderedby be regularly made for a !ll'rit..f:" years, wader GROCERS SHIP CHANDLERS 1"11"It.:1I1": ............................. 4O*) P. M.
the natives, hereupon the King equipjKd such restrictions" of 111 i1it disciplinea.s: will Lave Tallahassee ....................... .r>>: l" r. M.lAavr .
another and larger squadron under the insure regularity qml accuracy, and give the Live Oak.......................... 12b: : A. M.Uuve .
direction of OUI1It. who arrived safely at the' fullest possible return for the necessary:" AND r-K\t.tUS! IN Uke City ......... ................. ;JW:: A. M.I.enveMt. .

oast African const, founded the Colonies; olMozambique 'elll1itur('. The Committee on Naval I Affairs. '" '" .* -* *--.. '" '" '" '" ( (.Carrie.......................... 4:1H: .\. )1.
and :Sofala: and sailed to Travancore. in) reporting.this bill, declare that "in view '-- I I t'OKX I I I -OATS I I I I IIKH'K I I I.IM11 I I I .:'f('. Leave Olustee..... ......... ............... 4:40 A. M.
He afterward bombarded Calicut! of the fact that cither the lovernments directly HAY I I' I J V J' IA I- Lcnvc Sanderson.......................... 6iW:: A. )I.
destroyed. the enemy's fleet, and compelled or scientific corps under their authority I M leave Darby vlllo.......................... 5:M A. )).

the Prince to conclude a treaty of peace! t Germany, I lollmn 1. Norway, SwedenAustria. --- Leave Baldwin............................. ():40: .\. M.
with indemnifications. Before that he had Denmark and Russia" have e)11currentiy Leave'hite House.................... 7:05: ; A. )C.
captured a richly laden vessel full of Mohammedan agreed to establish similar stations LAROE STOCK OK FURNITURE ALWAYS:; ON HANI). Arrive Jacksonville........ ............ 7:50,: ( .\. M.
of Asia their
*, from parts on with like object during the year ISM' ) both On Mail nnil; ; Express' Train Sleeping Can
to Mecca and believing them to be .
way the interests and of our people demand Jacksonville and
policy to and from
his \ run
African Moors, the traditional foes! of
that the t, ; States should cooperate
!< run
219lyARLINGTON Savannah also, LUCJUS lt'c1'illl'1I1'!
he slew all of them ;
nation except twenty be thus made NURSERIES. .
and children. Returning Portugal in the grand efforts to through( to and from Jacksonville. stud Tal
women '
in the solution of the mysteries and secretsof lahassee.FKRNANDINA.
Gaml\was unem\duyedfurtwentyyears :; the North Polar :Seas'upon; which in the I
the King and EXPRESS:: (DAILY.)
but was reengaged hy new opinion of !trl<,ntl't.dl'pl'nll so much that --
reached Viceroy the scene of his former ntfects the health amt\ wealth of the human Ix-iive Jacksonville.......................11:15: A. M. t
triumphs. lIe redeemed; the misfortune of race." TnO.-I( .'IA and S. ]II.'fun.I'IU11'1' THI'.l'.S; : HOSES, DIICIDIUattEKN Arrive Baldwin......... .................12-W: : r. at. .
his! predecessors, causing the power of Portugal Captain Howgnte's :scheme, which' has the Arrive Fcrnandinn....................... :3:40: r. M.LcavoFernandina .
to he once more respected in India. sanction of leading American geographers UOU8uDt.I; NIIIUWN mid I'MHVUKIXU Pit STS. .......................100::! A. M.
While in the midst of success! he was! over and !scientists contemplates the establishment :" Leave Baldwin............................ I-:: *) r. M.
taken by death at Cochin in 1525.: His remains of the first colony of exploration lit --- Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:35: r. )I.
were taken to Lisbon and buried some point north of the eight-first degree! IIf Passengers for Fcrmmdina: Cedar Key
with great pomp, and have never been disturbed north latitude, on or near the shore of Ladj NEts: I> CHOICE VARIETIES; Uncltlc'el Orange Tree MADE A SPECIALTY. take this train. No train from Baldwin tCcilar <>

until now. Personally Gnma was Franklin Ray. His expedition, will be composed Key on Suhdav.CoNNIcrIosK.At .
short and. stout, dark-eyed, prominent; of :" of hardy, resolute and intelligent! -- Baldwin with .\., O. .\:
feature, and florid of complexion. He was teen who will be, provided with all modern W. I. T. R. 11., for Cedar Key, Onim-svilli-
intrepid persevering; fertile in resources, but appliances for overcoming the physical ob .1.fj- cnd for Descriptive ('atlll" IJI'. and FiTiuuulina, and all points North and
violent in tC'mper.1I1111 capable! of cruelty, t'tacll11I) the pathway to the Pole, and for AI.ltr.KT: I. IIII'I:..I.. West ; at Lake City for 'fill .1hllt-lil'(', Albany,
though he was on the whole far more just I resisting the effects of hunger coldam HIl\111111I1hIII\11 all points North maid \Vest ;
considerate and 1 humane than most of the sickness, so as! to deprive it of the means\ of 1 tf ---- --- ------ ---- ----- -.-- -- ---, ---- -. at Jacksonville with St. John* River Steamers : -
and warriors of his time or ------- -- -- -
navigators retreat, except at stated periods' of time. J. H.' MrELROY( ; ) ,
nation. Among these appliances will be sets of signal II. K. oTTiuiit: It. 91. IIi\I URSOFANUFACTURINCJ \, W. M. DAVIDHOX Master( : Transp'n.Superintendent. .

THE LAW WINDOW LIGHT*.-Tliorelias equipments, copper) telegraph wire,' and \ : AND FURNISHINGiiM [ -------- ---.- -. -. -.._ -'--- _
been a great deal of litigation both in l lIg. other means of ('communication.\ \ 11l'(1. -f 'EItX.\ JHXA FLORIDA, j KACXH(
the of with these, it I is believed! that parties of explorers :, 1'1':
United States
land and the on subject JACKSONVILLE
will be' ,able i to move forward will ) I.: It 'I' AKKII RAILROAD.MACTKK .
window lights, fillli the right of one property\ DEALER IX '
owner to secure unobstructed .light; and air confidence, establishing! !, advanced Mib-sta TU\ I4I'IJUTATIOX'1i OKKIOI:, I
of another. The general tions, and thus gradually approaching tin FIFTH ST., FERNANDINA; FLA, TALLAHASSKK, February 3, l -hU. jOn
over the property Elite Fans113' (; roc' c r 1 (' tAND t Ii
rule in England: Jan been that where light Pole without serious risk the House committee and alter 'II1JOhll'd>rlJllr '.', 18M),
and air have been thus enjoyed for twentyyears concluding their bchicve) remark : iwsscnger!! trains of this road will run as: follows
"While committee that the
their furtherenjoyment your .t fir Cif -
undNturbed.Ji right to viz:'
; has been acquired l and cannot betaken interests t of geographical and scientific discovery -
: set forth by Professor henry
away. Yet there i is an old English Iootuismiiidtitlier. in connection with the Leave Chattnhoochee..daily at.... :2 (NI, i' si.Leuvo .
ra>>e where the judges held that if two men Arctic station, are of tluniM.lvc.sosufiicicnt (lU 111')"...:. a W I'. M.
\ own two particles of land adjoining, and one < magnitude to warrant t favorable;. Leave Tallahassee. UldiPlet.(I '
't of them build a hOl1 upon his line, look l legislation, they do not exclude the additional !- : Customers can )rely upon getting; CllOICl': Leave Monticelh .............. .. 7 10 t'. M.
I ing into the other's land and this house \ practical consideration oftheimlitica, Leave Oreenville............. K.'Wp.: *i. !
continues thus for thirty or forty 'l'ari"l.t and (()1JI1111'rl'ialn'HIIt" that are probable tll I I (;0011M:; Leii Madison. 1)) :L'tl I'. )I.
.. ..- the other may, upon his own land:, IlIwflillvcre.t flow from the discovery of new fields for, the Leave Live Oak................ '-' 15) .\. )t.
a Jion-e'or other thing over and against whale fisheries. That large; section of conn )(}OT.\; iJ.ll' C.HEH.'OOJ T >JoX: ('(WFIXSAXO Arrl.oII'.Ul1l1l1h.} :; .............. !ii INmAu.'
the other's\ lights and windows!, andtheother from which springs! the American sailor, XOTHINI( RUT THE FINEST RRAND): CASKETS, A\Ti,Thomnsville n flT;> .\. It.rrh'o .
because "it
can have no cause of action, whose} education and wealth is largely derived .\ Albany. ", .1O25:.! A. M.Arrive .
his house
was his folly land.to" build if land so has near been from these:! fields, is entitled, as n'jnnt WHITE:; 11El':1L.tSI II) SILVER PLATEH> Lake I ( ity.,... '" .. Jl ;tt A. )1.
Of course, !tcr of justice, to have their interest: cared forin are kept in !siock.< Arrive Maldwin................ ,\. 11.
sold at any time reserving! rights then to light under and this direction./ This home of sailors becomes _--.0.- ., TRIMMINGS: ArrtcJacks"nvillc.( ........:. i'i0.t.n.)

air control over of the the adjacent one who property' made the bale the not only an element of commercial o. s. LIKES: arCONST.1NTLYON!: HAXD..t' Arrive Fernnndinn.........;.' ..34') I'. )1.
wealth but resource of national defence. Arrive Gainesville. ... 50i p. u.
right maintained.to light and In air some over that cases property the courts maybe ( which should not be lost sight of by the /CONTRACTOR AND J IlUILPER, Arrive Cedar Key...........? I):;''I i r. M.

have been called upon to determine !such American statesmen." I Indies washed and droned and preserv4d' PASSENGER:; : TRAIN: WEST:; ROUND.Lea .
rights where adjacent lots belonging to the Congress has 1 legislated favorably the MANUKACTUUKHMOULDINGS until burial, with or without the use:of ice. vu Jacksonville, .....daily at. 5 :'to p. N.
same owner wl'ro'sol.l to dillcrcnt parties' scheme above outlined, and the President Remain exhumed and placed in cases forremoval. Leave Feriuindina........... .loan: A. M.
within five minutes.!; The English: doctrineof has approved measures! to carry it out. ( Bit.tckii'Ss.tw'ni: ) AN1)) Leave Gainesville.( .....;.. IMC') I: A. IL.Leave .

the acquirement of a right to light and ROCKY MOUXTUN: NIIIITS.-Now mid (hen, TURNED BALi'S'1'iPas1:11'1I: ; : : Telegraphic\ orders promptly' attended to.t7.3ut ,, Cedar Key ...... ...... 4 :IJo; A. M.
air over another's land I by means'of undisturbed on tin plains, coyotes venture close tocamp\ STAIR RAIIX WOOD EAVESTltOUti : : : Lcauc IJaldwiu .. 70"l) r. M, t
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IIS,. IlEA'fJ1IXU I 1 Leave:! f) .H I'. jt.
enjoyment for twenty years or more, and, if they arc very hungry, even come to Lukol'ity
leas not been recognized in this country inmost the fireside in search of meat, or perhaps .WEATHERROARDIXG : NTKIITY: : .\: nUOTIII'U: U-uve Ha van nali '" ....t.: 4 IWi p. u.
Massachusetts AN!' FLOOR- Leave Live Ouk.... 2: I/VA M.
of the States.:: In New York attempt to gnaw the straps off the saddle or ;
South Carolina, Maine. Maryland, boots!! your weary head reclines i upon. Foiled NO. Leave Madi.tou ...... it fit A. M. '
Pennsylvania, Alabama; and I Connecticutthe in this they adjourn; to a respectful:! distance jnERXANDINA!: )[ FLORIDA, Ix'ave o rccllv I Ill'. 4 ;;!1U lA. M.
English: doctrine has been discarded ; and set prolonged and lugubrious howls: Stair and Church Work II. Leave Montlccllo .. .\ <(V .\. !I.
but in Illinois New Jersey and Louisiana it which cither up keep you awake altogether; or A SPECIALTY.: .trrivo'fullnhanscu............ 7 (M) \. )I:
has' been maintained. attune ;your dreams: to some horrible theme. I M.\Sl.\I1"l.UYI:14; : >.-U.fC.i IN 1.ta.o'1'alll1l.lIsl'1'1' ::0 A. M. 1
A leading case in New York is that of Parker Perhaps' 1 ought not to use the plural since DOORS::; AND WINDOW FRAMES: Leave (Quincy........ ........... ." .,...,Ii\ OS A. It. t
n. Finite where the court held that no I one I'o'otc'I"oil'e is capable: of noise enough OF ALL :SIZES.IWOtllccIIoxirt. : (: Arrive ChuttalnKH-liei'....... .11 :SO; A. r/.
action could be maintained against an owner to simulnV, n whole pack. No doubt it often 1. Stov 'N, llontorN and tnUIt'N, CONNECTIpXM.At .
for taking light and air from unother'sland happens( : that when a score seem! howling in Fernnndin.i, Fla.iNGEL I Live Oak daily with the Savannah:
and the court said : The )party has shrill{I concert, there is: but a single wolf) raising jan4 1"lorllll1l1U1I Western Railway to and I'rgiuiivannoJi
no remedy but to build on adjoining lands: his quick-repeated and varied crimiiioii A.>-- riinxi, TIN A.M. SHEET: Ii: )\v.tltht:, { ) and all Northern, KaMcrn nail
opitoiite the offensive window. There is:' no our unwilling ears. These small wolves arc VVehtern (Iti.s.At .
.i i principle upon[ which the modern KnglNh: 'ju..tI dcpi"ed by all Western men ; but the r.llkt;( ''ty ..1.lilwith the Florida (rural -
'X doctrine upon the subject, of lights can besupported. big gray; wolves pre a different matter. However } ) AK1' Jt.; AND COXFEOTIOXERS( ROOFINO AND (UITTEllIXd.Ju.st Railniad to and; from 'Jacksonville, St.ugu : .

" It may do ,,,,enough in England ,. I never saw them but once.: While 1) .\ :,tino!, 1'ulatku Enterprise, and Lund
: \, but it cannot be applied in the growing cougars and l wolves and oyotcs! and even holes eggs un the St.' Johns: River.
I cities of this country without working Mexican t burns, are rare infringers on the At Italdwin daily with |the' Atlantic, Gulf'
\ the most mischievous l'OJCq m'IIl'l.tI." sacn-d privacy of your sleep, numerous CirowrieM, CigarM, ami Tobacco,, f'ci\'II-u large contignmcnt; of mill Went itdia'frossitIhuhYay: to and fromVrmindina

l In Tyler "Law of Ronndaries I }o'cu'cs.'ullli small deer come to )investigate the curious }' iainexville C(lIar Kry, aiut
Window Lights" there is: much space: givento stranger who has strctche-d himself out In TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings : Htovw. The "COOK'S. J I:W I:J." is appropriately ''i'ltlm! tte incrs fur ?atlipu, KeyVY t anil
this interesting !subject< and many east their IIIJI )aill. Rattlesnakes are extremelynumerous'over I III&\"allu. t
are cite Summing up the results of it all, many parts of the West, and Entertainments, anti picnic' I 1III1I1l..1-it is a jewel. We will not At Clmntab"'slicetiuletlmmli'Ntv'eeklywitli, iJ

". .. the author says :; "The authorities dl'tlrlv'"cUll' we used to fear that, with their love of furnished. ut,the shortest notice, at rod.t".t.ton11'riCt"lt. l I bo\ undersold. he I'fojilo'H Line and fVntrut Line Guitar t.. '
the proposition that where the owner warmth they would sock the shtltc-r of our at aAUiL'S u11t1.(ren" (JDlombun, Kufuula, Fort (J &intt" .

of two properties one of which has enjoyed bedding to escape the hill of the night; j but ; RAKERY 11y SECOND ST.:) OPPOSITE) I'. O, ipaluchicolu. : and other River Landings.
a continuous: right to window lights over the I do not know of all) buch unpleasant bedfellow Centre Mtrvil' --- --. ----. -- ----- .- !MfKlfKunt Slt-epiiisr and 1'urlor CoutLes,
other disjtoscs of the window property having been found by any of the survey 23 Opp. old I'. O. Building.AW. (;. F.T AVER''' V which has enjoved that right, there u an im people. I myself came pretty hear to .._ .? -- t wcen..' 'husMcu and Juck>onviH .
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grant to him that'a right to the window it, however, on C'hetolu: ) Creek in Colorado, t' i't-luik; time smite connection [iVrfwtKIKJAlt
lights i .shall be enjoyed; therewith. So that if one night when I unwittingly( spread my ;tom T It Y'.ti Z !ufety. VHET.
he parts with the tenement which has enjoyed blankets over a matt hole in the ground. Isnoozed :.'()..tf 3lastcr'1'ranslortation.|
the right to window light over anotherproperty i+ on, unmindful of danger\ but whenI *ti --+----- ---- --- ---- --
ho and consequently those claiming moved my bed in the morning out from LOHMANN'S IVlmy AND UOARDIXO STARLIT: \\'. K. lt./llltNJIIT

under him are bound by the implied the hole crawled a huge rattlesnake! whose 7" J AGENT,
grunt and right. doorway I had stopped[ up all night He CARRIAGES: AXD WAOONS
Judge Cuwen, in a casein the Supreme would better hare Stayed In, fur b ig John -lo'.UIOrS.I'.iPrepared 1 To and from Steamers; and Train. '. WIUlLBiALK AXO IUTAIL'BUTCJIKR :
Court of the State of New York in 185., of Oregon, caught him by the tail and broke : AND STOCK DEALER,
gave lib opinion that "the 1 l'IIOn.0 his! stupid neck, before lie had time to throw Flour. CONTRACTS FOR HAULINO, Err; Aril ,
makes! a window in hU house which over. himself into a coil of vantage for the strife. FOB Dealer In lee.
looks the property of a neighbor duel an act Seribntr.. -BBHMW TE Jo:8SJlUEIo': : A 8l'ECIAITVJUROOM
which he strictly bas no right to do. He eu- ----- -- .
easement of LU neighbor proi>erty THERE is an advertisement! III our columns "i"
/ which in time Inay ripen into a rig It. Hut to which we take much pleasure in referring ;frTEILM4 C.\JI.\i! ltf 1''ETX'.tNIriN.\. rI.\

.II-; ,.- before sufficient time has elapsed to raise the Mir. readers, because! we believe in it and cart ; m ''Otfk) and Stable First'! Street near -----.- .- -
pre>uniption of a grant he has no right." ([nnscientiouslv and heartily recommend it. Rroom Street Wharf.! 4'! -tf JAMES: Gn'I'.IX,
In another case decided in the Supreme We refer to flail's Hair it newl'r. We re. 6-tf AT OLD I' 0. UUIMHNH._ --0- -- -- --_-_ :
i;. Court in 1$36, it was held Darkening, member many cams in our midst of old and T 'iON'TILACTOIL AND BUILDI; :.
another's windows, or depriving him of aiirofpect middle aged i> or>le who formerly wore pray WILLIAM t'. WOOD, Jr.p ./ )US. A.WK <:IAltKtt: J

by building on one' own land hair, or whose locks were thin and faded,
d where no :Bright, to light unobstructed has but who now have presentable head pieces, ENERAL NEWSDEALER: HT., Brr. CENTRE A ALAOICA, lachua Strict, between Bccond and ThcrJ.FKUXANDINA .
been acquired! by grant or proscription, invades and with no little pride announce to their rluIHu ; FL. ,
Friends that haven't hair in their BOOKSELLER, STATIONER: %.
no legal; right. Thecouruliavegune : they a gruy FEHXAXDINA; FLAn '
very tar in enforcing: a right to light and air head It b a i ardonaLle ,ride, and the Orders and estimates from a distance rr*<
over another' !land where proof w: given world would) be better off if there was m.reoC Dealer In "aut'Trtlt'Je I>EAL B I!( Tai Cully attended to.LTASOXir. XS-t
thai such right has been granted for a eonsidcmtion. -. it. for when the aged make themselves --- .
{t' Owners have not only been thus ittractiveto others they are more certain to '(mama STREET, FERVANDINA, }'L.\. C'huleeMt FrulU wild Vegetable, .-There will be a l'lulu"GlUo
prevented from building above a certain win and retain the esteem and wt\xt: to .1.1 luunK-ution of Amelia Ludue, >u. JT
'- height but have even been prevented frutubuilding which a burthen of well pent yean entitle Shelf! Papen, Picture Fro men. Bracket: OONKECriONEniGB.; ETC. lo.. A A. M., on Monday tveinujc, Jau-
on their own land at all. But in hem. Try Hall' Hair Renewer if age or J..aIllI"lwIUl't Sets, Hand (Jhvihe*, Combo, 2bt, at 71 cluck >>han>. Trauslvnt Lrctbrrr
the case of independent owners of land Unease has thinned or whitened your lock, irushea, etc.Machine IT great variety are fraternally Invited to attciKl.
mot of the court of this ('Ountrym up. and yon will thank us for our advice./iu/i \1*> Hewing Needles, Oil, etc. B1U Garden Seeds, Flowers: Farm and W. F. GC'OTTV; M.
hold a man in building on his: own land toii flaa k.Vrwv, WtUtty", I'"i Clipper lukbtand, 75 centu. Garden Implements. 7 t tf Joux A. WuiTser, xritary '

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I / ,/ ,:'Tjf r.i io FLORIDA\ MIHUOIISATURDAY ; : Ames' testimony good, mid'1 we fear tlmt the majority of over n quarter of million votes.! 1/J; Iron:I.I J. vonnisi'oML.\ci- :. fare way arrangements arc about thirty years t III',

., -- -- --. -- --.-- .. -...---- --.- outside world. will do HO. The confidence of the }people: in thc dHlru" LONPOX: C'II1.June:' 17, 18' O. hind the age, and have not been improved'
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f i <. ;, JVLYS, 1880. 2. That tIn McViniiti" titter tiiilj "",,Hr,1 (JinFIEMMM tcr ; li'inestr/ttiid' attainment, of (General The, facilities of travel arc such that one since the railways:'1 were l first built. The ile-

/> .- .. one of lti<,.*c lit ," "JlII'faek had heat l Hancockill lilt the contest! above the ;goes to Mecp! } in the heart of the American l"ltlarl'! separated( from each other nt wide,

t+.k 1'" nlauun.\'I'JJ: 'l'U'I'j'T.: glefn tdflllJllt! iiicntiniiiitif the itinount. struggle;( of rival politicians. and the people' :States: to wake up in the midst\ t of the ]Dominion distances, and such u thing as uniting them!

This is: ton trivial an objection to be will delight/ to honor. one who belong1; to i of Cu 1)a,la. The i hucssant talk and seems not to have been' thought (.f. In larjiinnd !!

fou PRESIDENT:: : noticed seriously.i IlIl'l'lIlIlItn'1I1II1 the coiivtifution more than the Gartield\
bubble of American politics: commodious stables. : the city t is: nlso tit-
2'' ,, / GI1NBRAL W S. HANCOCK, TVlflMJAUFIKM: +,yeGirl.fmc.., 11'/'('" liegave to the party( and who will be, the President: and Arthur Chicago and Cincinnati, the ficicnt, although such its they have arc good,

I .' OK' rn.N.Nsvl.VANIA.: : Milt the money, told{ film Unit if lif t'i,,L time of the whole country in a broad. liberal and guesses: and opinions' :' ever revolving aroundthe 'fllnlleh of unfavorable: criticism Hut if

''k 'ft i -' fork rOPlltlllme,; 'lintli/ iimtler toi/rtirr! ? l.irgc; scn c-a true' chevalier lliiyard; in fame, one }point of American thought nod interest the people have not been careful to innki
J .r f ( .'olt"JC.I'm: "'r.NT : This looks t too much like convenient rt "lr.Ir,
a fan* prrr, rnnTprnrhr, sine of the sleeper rolls
drop out sight m they hate
;" '" : things look pleasant to strangers,
escape incase of danger: to help the ('a"I'lIf in
unconsciously across t great gorge and
tit \ : provided for their own comfort pleasure
I OF 1XDIXi .\. the ilcfciiihint much." A COXT11AST.
( which flows the eeusclcss: torrent of Niagara The beautiful hills I lying back of the business i
k4 ;I Id 4. Tli'it (I,\KFIKI.II: did nut ak for nay ,!fllicjiiililictltridciid On quiet' and beautiful farm in the! valley the beautiful peninsulalyinghetwccu :
: IIUX'.n.1'I."rOIt: ; and safely trau'r.-es: part of the town are covered with
which di'tlnreil of the! Moha\\k surrounded with elegance
IlseCOIrlnuI !
1 HTATK AT LRttl K: iy l \ Eric,\\1 IIron Ontariowhere'\ residences and handsomely kept,
and that tif. did !v,t "III'C any ccttljirntf( of ttnrl. and cnmfoit, but in a plain and'\ unostentatious : heard elegant :
SAMUKL 1'AKCO, of Jefferson/ County.ALI1KUT the name of (Jarfield has: never been grounds: and a Cincinnati home i is the embodiment

t : ,RUSSKLL; of Duvul CJounty. This may be classed with the preceding manner replies gentleman who and where the only "Arthur" they have of comfort It I is said the population
JI has reached! the threescore and 1 ten allotted
as mostly indicating a knotting caution : .
FIRST DISTRICT : one beard of i is their own gallant Prince.This will he found to be not less: than oOOKX\>,
J. 1 1-2.:YONGK r,;, of Kscnmbiii (''''lilt)'. totally at variance with the guilelessness: : : : to human life, butlioje mental facultiesare portion of the ]Dominion i is equal infertility which' would indicate the substantial character
tt'hich.lodge llliick laimcd for his client unimpaired by time, whose: clear and ,
SECOND DISTRICT: : beauty' and\ prosperity! to Its
of the business: of the city. won-
THOMAS F. KING, of Aluchua County. It will be borne in mind that (I\nmi.i,> strung perceptions' of the true 1 statecraft required any portion of our own country. It i is settled derful achievement in the construction of
admits the of this which for the people of this great country
receipt : money, unfortunately and :substantial class of
.. by a steady
the Cincinnati Southern Railroad, at an expense
coincided with the amount due are perhaps' uncquulcd among), the statesman; in the
FOR "OVEHSOK1: : : farmers and is cultivated
Knglish; :
i $* ; of fifteen millions of dollars shows
!. that time the bonds of this: laud Patriotism breathes: in every ,
D. BLOXHAM at particular upon :
WILLIAM and economical fashion of English -
t trim, neat :
the credit of the city and no doubt the increase -
!i and, word. attained timerespect ,
I f thought Having (
;J? which were said to he hic.wl: lie docs: not the
IIF) LEAN well
,{ 'OUofTY tanner*. The towns are ;
., and his of : of business! : obtained by this masterly
esteem of fellow-citizens!
show any reason why lie :.shonbMiave bll/
farms well fenced, wilhgoo.l farm buildings: ,
I of the central line of transit to timeSoutllwestermi
4 I'OH UKUTKNNTOOVfltyitK: : :' : : rowfd from Ames that or indeed any amount every class: known everywhere as a true and grasp
and the people well dressed. They are un
1 I LIVINGSTON W BETHEL, at all. But above all, we inu-t remember noble man, his name is: never mentioned 1 \ and .\III'ril'un.In : and :Southeastern States will
misflikably English; not
OF :MOSKOi: COUNTY. that this whole defense: as well us: Jud e but with honor and reverence. In the quiet I in he amply rewarded. At the Chattanooga

+1 Hhick's letter, admits that Ames did tiller to seclusion of his home he has not sought the this provincial capital assembled saw Sep terminus of ]her railroad she commands: the
foil 'ONO:' In*$-FIUST DISTRICT: teilberlast 50,000 people on very
( :
the mouth of the
shortest line
/give him stock 1111111)undr, whereas he, (Unman plaudits:' the hu/zas of the multitude, but ( to Mississippi:
ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON, brief notice to welcome their Governor
had the in has avoided the tinsel parade and the notoriety the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic sea
previously sworn contrary
or n\ ."nx rorjJTV.MK General: the Marquis of Lome, and his wife,
board. It was a stupendous enterprise for u
the most solemn! and emphatic manner. attaching to men of high positionliile Louise.
his home has' been that royal personage: the Princess: single city to undertake. but it has been carried
\\ : hospitable : ever
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While we are aware that our partisan foci- Nothing could have: better:shown the respect
for the of his fellowcitizenswho through successfully, and Cincinnati
GENERAL JESSE J. FINLEY hag tends to make ns! ready to sec the faultsin open reception : ninl, affection of the i people than the comparatively \, -
have Bought his. counsel or his friend will become allied in business: relations with
or COLUMBIA COUNTY.l our enemies, jfct in this particular case (informal but hearty and earnest: feel '
ship. Xo one, we presumtoq needythat we the whole South, and we in Florida shall
this very,'k/iowlod+/ ;,;c has i undo us: additionally ing. The whole rural population seemed to
1 I1t01l1.1IH1111l' this distinguished citizen. The send our oranges and our vegetables: to the
Till OAltFlKLlI CHARGES. cautious in giving judgment.As have in and road for miles was
I name is: in the hearts and on time lips of come every Queen( City," and receive from her flour, '. \
There liui been ample| time since the the case: now !stands, we lire forced to filled h with vehicles: conveying the people' to
charges against UKNEIUL: GAUFIELIwere first I say that all of the evidence goes to sustain thousands. For many months. past: he has:' the city. In the city the streets! were lined bacon, hams! and corn.
I Ii first choke of the great "fthl' Four hours in a comfortable parlor
been the body car
his defenders to have made the of perjury and the I
r preferred : a charge that burdenof with people, the windows: filled with ladies
b i full lord specific} answer to ouch nnd every proof is hi'flwlr of his! having actually Democratic} party' for the high p pomtiomof and children, and the public' park crowded takes us:, from Cincinnati to Louisville: the : ..y
President of the United States. It has beenurged beautiful "Falls City, and rival of the ,
than We therefore do think
of not
nnd received "dividend"
; one knowingly/ upon with a mass of citizens: but everywhere the
1 that it is unfair or precipitate in us to place tock; for which lie laid never )paid, one cent. upon him with the utmost solicitude utmost good order prevailed the hearty "Queen City. The first, appearance of ;-:

before our readers the condition of thu controversy In the lo lolyer matter, there has beenno that as u patriotic duty he should. allow the cheers of the men, the fluttering; of, the Louisville is: very attractive: broad, well-
and cunduMinnM.'fhe use: of his: name to harmonize conflicting built streets, lined with wholesale houses,
our : denial of the fact that lie received $iiNU, handkerchiefs of the ladies, the enthusiasm
position lit first taken by lie Republican for an opinion which was to aid in )passingthe : elements 5n the ]Democratic part'uw1 tolieulthediviions of all, was: unaffected. One banner testified in crossed nt right angles by others leading I
I : : in his own State. He hams: at back into whole streets of 1 suburban residences.
that it would fluke
press was: no reply bill, and that he never gave hl' opinionor u pleasant way their love for the Queen"Yoti :
all times made but this that he In Cincinnati the manufactories
one reply, pervade
at all. This had much the of it "
appearance any other Herrlqp! e.xcej" to act upon rc welcome for you're mother's sake
1 i felt that he C0\1I.1110t perform the duties: of the whole town and darken it with the '
thdt tern but\ Itwlflttullll1ignlty: with which in the committee. W, The : of the :Marquis was frank and
1 { 1 uiuan who has fallen inuinud-puddlcstrivcs t that high ollicc, and, therefore, could not accept appreciative icsponse, and the Princes acknowledged profitable smoke and grime of successful: : ,.'

f to regard: the smile* and I laughter of the THE TKUK Sit In IT. I nomination. It was: hoped until the the hearty greeting by a pleasant !smile and dustry: but in Louisville: everything I is fresh, ",
t of the .Cincinnati! Convention that he clean and unsoiled: charming city for residence ",
eve ;
madding crow d" But this attitude of reserve The spirit of the Cincinnati Convention nod as the carriage passed along the serried .
would reconsider< hl:4..determination and and with its admirable system 'of '
was abandoned as soon as there was was admirable The delegates had come ranks! of the thousands who laid come to ,11
:: discovered one piece of evidence! in rebuttal together from all parts of the country, for allow his: named to be used. It was:, felt that see and to greet the t Queen's:* daughter: : There street cars giving every convenience for easy:
i in that case he would be, nominated by acclamation transit to all parts of the city.
to the charges. We refer to Judge] Black'sletter the most part uninstructed ami without decided was more apparent love and less: : show than
: and I his election was deemed certain. Louisville is! a handsome, pleasant ami
t t Before considering its bearing or preferences, to confer with each other the crowds who assemble: : in this: country
I It seemed hard to impress the ardent hospitable: city. Its: hotels are well kept and
; strength, we may state briefly the charge and ascertain! if possible! the best:. candidate along the pathway of the lion of the hour .
L which brought/ it forth at un answer.: to present to the American people.A advocate for his: nomination, or the press: exhibit. The difference is in the traditions very quiet and comfortable; its shops are
and iK'ople, that there could be found a handsome and well filled, and an air of
The New' York Sun, in an article which spirit of concession and harmony prcvaded I of a people to whom the royal family are

3 f'' wax repnbllsbfd in this paper, quoting from the whole convention. The first great statesman or a man who would decline to always: an objett of reverence and respect, prosperity I'l'rvndef'crything.! That ftrel1tcorllOratlon

the proceeding1 of the Congressional cominittec peace-ofreringwas the letter of withdrawalof be President of the United states That from the cradle\ the and moreover, ,the L.ollisvhileNa.shlville&: Great
gran' ;
which investigated the Credit Mobl. Mr, Tilden. The admirable manner in man was: ]lb ratio :Seymour, and posteritywill these public} \ receptions: arc devoid of the element Southern 11. H.,is! distinguished by the extent

Her matter, ,stated that OAHUKLD had, at an which Mr Tilden !stated the whole issue, the revere the'memory of n Inl'V ho was: of partisanship.: : The members of the and magnitude of the combination and traf

early stage of those proceedings, solemnly patriotic and) noble .sentiments which lac.. great and patriotic enough to decline from a royal family represent: the and the arrangements it has made; but its local
offered I sense of duty an election to the Presidency, power arrangements: for the reception of travelersis
kwora that Ames! had never given or gave utterance to, and the quiet and dignified authority of the British Kmpire; they are apart
I ;
I valuable The people of the United States for : contemptible A lUcre shed, in a remote
to give him any stock or other language in which his! declination was many of the British: constitution: and they
tiling ; that he had not received or agreed to clothed, was calculated to inspire respect for months have been contemplating very disagreeable honor in them the crown and those stable part of the city, rough waiting rooms, and.

receive any stock: of the Credit Mobilier or a great man who, once elected to the Presidency l- spectacle-the attempt to force institutions hoary with age which from the general untidiness!: mark the Louisville &

,Union 1'acitlc. Siiltfjufnt to tftis\ and unexpected ,was willing to forego a nomination to upon the American people, with his own pride and the foundation of the British Km Nashville dejnit. We would commend to
concurrence, a candidate who had already the railroad officials of Louisville and Cin-
to every one, Oakes Ames appeared secure the more certain election of wine
received the highest honors the people could pire.Of cinnati a visit: to the elegant depot
us a wltncRs and produced his famous memorandum other candidate. Again, the simple but emphatic course much of the gracious attention

book, which showed an account ., message: of Governor Seymour declining bl'ICtow-who. notwithstanding that his administration returned by the Princess must: be of an ofll- Washington, Boston and Eastern cities,

with JAMES A. GAuuIELD,1111(1abo: a slip of the use: of his name because he felt : had been marked with more cial and }crfunctory character; but I afterwards and the charming station-houses: between

paper containing figures in OARFIKLD'S own unable at his time of life to enter upon the corrupt practices than ever before known, haw her in u smaller circle, surrounded Baltimore Philadelphia!", gems of rustic

liandwriting, which went stated to be the performance of the duties of the Presidency that corruption and bribery had been proven with school\ girls: and saw her face brighten adornment, surrounded with terraces undparterres

I t latlcr'w memorandum of what walt due him seemed to recall the spirit of the fathers: of upon a high cabinet officer and on men with the warm glow of personal interest of flowers.: How easily might all

:,' 'I Ames also showed a statement by which, al* the republic and the patriotism of the earlier near to him, had yet, in consideration of as she greeted with a warm grasp of the our railroad companies give an air of beautyand

I lowing: seven months and ten days interest, days of our country's history. presumed ignorance and incumpetence, been hand u German teacher, Ilerr Reiner, whose refinement to their :station-houses: as

and giving a dividend of eighty per cent., These two withdrawals haUng Urn made, excused in a measure: by the people in view father had been a tutor in the royal house well as comfort to the waiting traveler, instead -

there resulted a balance of $.129. Jen. Mc- all other names stood upon equal ground, of his former military services: ; but that this hoMo of the uncouth and ugly, bare-shaped}

Comb l produced a letter from Ames saying und it was for the wisdom of tlie convention successful soldier: and confessed incompetent London] is u very fine provincial city of structures, with theirslovenly surroundings,

he had placed the bonds and stock where it to select that name which would! be must: President, in violation of the practice and upwards of :30,000 inhabitants, situated which mark the lines of most American

would do the most good, and containing acceptable to the whole country. Those precepts of Washington, Jefferson, and the about midway between Niagara: Falls and railways.: .
m umwramdunl.hotting part of it as buying wise: fellows the and fathers of the republic, in defiance of the THB: MISSISSIPPI -
newspaper reporters Detroit, on the line of the Great Western FBESHET.: -The recent unusually -
1 ht't'1I1 given to GAKKIKLD." The committee declared correspondents, bustled: about in anxious traditions and public sentiment of the country Railroad. The buildings are nearly all built : heavy rains in Minnesota, Iowa and

that GAKKIKLD: had agreed/ to take solicitude\ tn be the first to announce the seized by an inordinate ambition, paraded of the yellow brick, generally known as Wisconsin: added to the large volume of water -
I frtock and hall received a dividend thereon. choice and invented the country from end to end while a
; they imagined, occasionally Milwaukee brick. The suburbs have many usual at this:' season in both the Mississippi -

i With this evidence the Sun made the point plots, plans, schemes, and combinations I, declared candidate for nomination to the handsome: residences, and the aspect: of the and the Missouri rivers, has caused un

i that (G\UFIKLI: >, in the oath lie made, had : far this, that and the other man. It Presidency, and by all the methods known place is one of prosperity. Among the most unprecedented rise of the Father of Waters

IKWII guilty: of perjury as well as: of, a transaction would be a pity if these busy: gentlemen of to party machinery and political demagogry prominent features of the place are the : in the region adjacent to St. Louis. The levee -

in Credit Mobilier stock which was: the press could not guess something, learn allowed himself to be put up at the schools established) by Bishop Hellmath. which begins at a point between Quincy -
l in the nature of a bribe, the false oath being something, or investigate bomcthing./ Il'i r dictation of so-called leaders, as a seeker The Hellmath Ladies' College is a'Cry I and Hannibal, and ends near Alton,
in tlt'nialuf this hitter fact, letters are amusing of and aspirant for an office! he had twice filled broke at 3 o'clock
1 :specimens egotismand handsome and stately building,on the banksof on the morning of the 30th
As we have wild, Jud>e Black's letter was! helpless "l'Cn1ationlt.ftl'r a preliminary with diminishing credit, to be at last thrown the ThanlesRiversurroundedwith beautiful ult., at what is known us the Cut-off," just

the ftr;t evidence' adduced In favor of GAR- ballot, in which the compliment of down from his self-assumed superiority to lawns and flower gardens, and presenting above Cincinnati Landing, fifteen mils below

YIELD, This stated that he had informed voted were distributed among fourteen, some Washington and Jefferson to the position ofa ; a very attractive ul'l..aral1l.e. It has avery Hannibal at noon. The crevasse i is

GtHnciD that it would not do for him to distinguished and some ordinary names, disappointed and defeated aspirant for high reputation throughout the Dominion creasing five hundred in size.feet There wide, and constantly in-

have' the stock of a corporation which had tltecont'cntionadjourned until morning.At otHee. and has: a large patronage from the dangerous places in the cnbankment are several which other

been obtaining Congressional; aid, and that the hour of assembling: the most quiet, Let the contrast between the conduct of United :States.: The Princess Louise is Lady will doubtless! give way. It seems iin]>ossi-!

he mutt disconnect himself with the affair ; orderly and harmonious manner, the almost: U. S. Grant and Horatio Seymour bll.uk] for Patroness of the institution, and was present ble to prevent the flooding of a vast area of
OARKIKLD itself and the lesson be heeded in the future rich farming: lands protected by the levee.
that appeared to be innocent ot unanimous: ,'oteofthel'un'eutiol\ !
givento last: year at the opening of the term. The It is impossible to compute the "damage
.. the k"owlc.Ithat. there was anything "'Infid.l S. Hancixk. There wo, to be history of our l'OUl1try.11 honor to the Bishop has also! u theological school, or l oys'college it will aggregate several hundred thousand,: but

7 >I: wrung in what lie had been doing. The sure, some gush! and a little imitation of the example of Horatio Seymour and is looking forward to the estab dollars. The news of the break l'prealllik
letter thus: admitted that G\RKIKU hud -- wild-fire, but it scarcely precedes the rush
1) Chicago mode of greeting the nomination, lishment of a university, for which he has ing of the
i transactions in $a,: IUvARi, on being asked his water. The excitement during
the Credit Mobilier atoekandk which was undignified and childish! and AT(1II secured already a considerable endowment.We the night was intense. Families

sustained the charge of perjury. probably only the result of following the opinion) regarding the work of the con left the pleasant region London with pelled to leave their hOUl'llln many were cases com,

The- next defense: of the Republican nom.I example of some |eople with more gush vention, replied that he believed the convention regret, and were iftly'carried to Detroit, with scarcely any clothing and flee for their

I i into, und decidedly the, most able, is that by than brains. The nomination of General had done its work fairly, and that it under the tars and stripes, with a gentle! reminder lives.the crevasse As the occurred river at is the Cut-off" where

j the New York .YutioM, in Xl). .S:!. The .ul>- Hancock needed no simulated cnthu.-ia.-ni. would give satisfaction., When asked to from the customhouse: officials that! watt poured through in forty perfect feet deep torrents, the

t.tunl't'u( this is as follows ; It was felt to be a nonimation which could talk about the nominees he said he was not we were crossing: the line into the "States," I with overwhelming fUI'l"en entire fami,

1. Tlfit ."Amt tentimony it vacillatiuy
in thus he at fiat mil that he been a nomination made which gave at his brutimeuUso soon after the convention. found of, them were drowned.their No trace can be

I t had aijritil' to hold tt.it hart far (lAuriKLU, once and everywhere a greater, sense of confidence Hen Hancock he admitted, was a strong June 23. 18.'iO. but a few rods or!below the house.point They where lived the

't lut diet Hrt I'CuCCaCfKeluyiuy him a dividend; and .ati>, faeti >n. candidate, and his civil und military record The river front of Cincinnati and its business break occurred. So rapidly did the water
". and that ufteruwd* It raid that k. was free from blcmHi, and his: services had rise, that the men, women and children
; & did ,recollect The readiness with which his nomination been |I'artlculsrlaluable.. "The General" : streets any no mean prepossessing- rushed up the embankment

f I p1JiIVltlm a ilieideml and that AM ft hiiwff was made, the blending all line und In. said he is something of& Delaware favorite narrow, dark and dingy street; in i>art, and selves, as they ilid not have time to save buOiciciit them.

";;' toiujJui'tttd of hit Ixtd MtuMH-y! ; that ht raid 'teres>U in his support, the immediate und for i if remember rightly. in ISWi when in the better portion the architecture not at to pt to the high ground east of the! river.

that lit dal nut reute?tuber whether he had wade open reconciliation of the divisions" in the lie was candidate, the Vdawaredelegati n, I all of a high order. One rinds it difficult to I It U feared that other lives have been lost
of which my father was ones voted unani lint as the alarm
(;dtFlELuauterhtfdth.ethe, utoutylsiid him Kmpire State, all testified at oiuv tn the mouslyfor 'hlm. The State will give him 1 {realize that Cincinnati is: one of the largest I Ii disaster occurred was, it sounded is hoi nil as that boon all as the the

'r(u ilitldfittl. whole country the wisdom of the convention an enthusiastic upport" Inferring: to Mr, i cities in America. The traveler by rail who p lieople reached! place of oaftty. The Joss
l' We cannot bee unythin* in this but the in its selection .:n'''lislt he aid, hilt service in Congress! should go through from one depot to an. of stuck will be !great The flood has nut
lua.f ..
: hesitation of a witness at first te tlfyiniT is 1".1'"fry creditable, his I>UMIUI* abilities I straits in yet reaihed the ..&ilruudlIIbmkml'nt but
ordinary It this spirit which will insure the ue- i excellent: and other, rattling over rough untidy the
were one thing decidedly track will be flooded tomllno.morning
tl > 'j* without, and afterward with, memorauila. cess of the Demrrateational ticket, and in his favor and to his mater credit, was i |I omnibuses, dumped down und taken up and the damage to by the Chit .

It U evident that the committee of will carry the doubtful. States under the Impctus that he wa-v all right on the money question I llit.c I express freight, is debited at the pour Burlington A Quincy line will lj coiuidcrable. ago-,

itivt-stiva'i<>n, which was 11 milled of men :! of time! ttcI Hd onnard and united more- ." The Senator fully endorsed the j t cst apologies for depots to lie found ; if he By the brt'akin the WUno&lew*,
,.. ticket and bold it was one in which the j oElo which occurred _
i t>XMrt In examining witnesses, and a majorIt ment of the great Democratic i artywhioh, could place the utmost confidence, and j seeks to obtain refreshments of any kind UW acres of farm yesterday lands morning, overo: ,

/ of which were Republicans! cunudend in the cl xtion! of ISTi: !, showed it paves"l'\13 luped u would.. elected. I I the arrangements are the poorest and the the cropd ruined.d' are submersed and

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l'fA, )1:11 J.l mill CAXAL.General for freight)!: antI :!l.ni insurance." The saving POLITICAL '()I'IS. TIIK. New York .im iron/ of Cwmifrcf, commends Tin; 1If...TI'OlJf.

( Gillmoro has: :submitted, hi,< reporton per ton of freight in using the canal the ('ildnlnltll'on"lltion for the The Democrats! of the United States! ill ,
the canal across Florida.'! It is long! and" route would he, therefore, equal to $l.i4: W,\tK 110:1': SOXO OK 11 :<' les. $:I,a9ori) : cents. In order, that theca Of Hancock says: "Hancock was ourselves anew to time constitutional +
1. We pledge
full dear Simon i down won't
very giving !stali-tics' I i to !show tin- co-tof Simon i come you I i ; ,
: nil may attract liu-incM, these s avings must! ? born in Montgomery county, I'eiinsyUaniu, doctrines and trlllhl.IS of tl
construction and maintenance j I ami) aNu I tn. Hot be 1'lItird.nhocol'I'll. ) l by canal; tolls The now clock in the canvass strikes one; i February 14, 1821: and i is in tho very prime Democratic 1 l'arty,1)y .. I \ .
point out where the About three-fourths of the be of life. 'The itself, first on the glori- of line of Democratic
v; ruing,- uv to |)Csought savins may Your l'Iail1IIrc so weak that you cannot name Sng and l' nlpfe 1 long t'
for 1 to meet\ t t Iltl':'>l' outlay: : l'aitllilr tolls, the balance being; clear gain succeed 1, iuslist that subscribed the earliest Declara- statesmen nnd patriots, nnd cmh'NIICtl tIn
The eastern terminus : for, the shipper. The tolls should no. therefore I No matter what work may be done. ion of .\Ilrinl 1lh'ltlll'I'l.l is a prestige the platform of the last Xntiollll\mven. ,
of till) ( | ; | ,| RL'mt in
!mam. at moot" t, forty-two cents ton of .if :success. "
per d Our fire has out-our l liouse has "llllnt tion of the .
gone party.
at l.'anil Pim-kiicy. at (the head, of ship navigation i his behalf will call for apology. There isnoircuuistmuu'tof :
freight, and a :3HM( ton steamer carrying dark, an 2. ('('1Itraznhol nndtotluit!
mid! twenty-nine! miles al hll\e the .OOIl tons of freight could I ;1m'1'.1 to pay $310, And,I \\oer i is floundering\ ; at sea, his life, no vat: t-of hi'tntblie tlmtn *Olpo1ilio1'lo of encroachment whih
tnwn ot :tit [
Mary1 ]From here it will run for passing: through the canal.Allowing ; With gricftricken Useless; so sick in his or private history, no accident ofbirthplace tends to ('ol1oliltl' all the IIWI'r of all departments
!"(flutlnvesterly't"'atul" lhiough I tliekfcuo, for somewhat move favorablepromNes arms or early political ('f1I11till! no thus to create, whatever
kee Hwallll', {'rml'ill the :-'n\\"alllll'l' liver ) : than those: adopted in the! foregoing And no help but Koscoeand: side of his character that needs to be ex he the form of government, a real despotism p

and nl'rr thence,B1oullt' Fl'rn' ill 'oltullhia county, ; discussion, the tolls might, perhaps, lie Come down comedown come down 1llilllllr ,1'fl'lul,1 .\ polished and ('Il. ; no sumptuary laws ; Bl'1'araton ot
to J'IIt\'flll'; : ill Jfndismin 1'0\1111\'. ('carried" high as thirty-five to I\lirl"I'1: 1'lcaac, Simon, dear Simon, come down. \, hrl\'e 1111I'c"fI11,1.- church and State for the good ;
At hpt' it was contemplated making St.. cents pet ton of tl'jotbtt'rl'tl1nnntl: ) ; during licr, an upright and honest man, he is: wih- schools fostered and protected
Marks( the western\ terminus of the canal, active and prosperous\ :sca-miiV, \\hile at other Simon, dear :Simon: comedown, won't you\, nit stain and nbo\e reproach-lit to r\lo1 3. Home rule ; honest money, consistingof .
but General !Gillm-iro failed\ to approve thisselection times it might! be necessary to dl'ol'thl'lII now ? the chair of Washington and represent the gold and :silver, and paper convertible into j I
owing to the inerea ed l distance in to twenty-five cents. The clock in the canvas: strikes two ; I American pcnpletathemunarchtnudstates 1: coin on demand; strict maintenance of public (

volved. The :St.; Mary's liver I is ascended General Oillmore has this to I say of the The night has grown colder, poor Useless: is : .1I'I of the wlrillhil' : few personal faith, State! and national ; and n tariff for
by means of :seven lift locks each of fifteen ''I policy of the Uriti-h (Gou-rntncnt; : worse, friends of the : 11\grieve overtime revenue only.
feet lilt to the :summit level\, Ms fret above The Hritish und (Canadian, governments And the! party is calling to ,"I\t.\ disappointment, the great ;( of the people 4. the military to

tide.n: gltar,(lack is re-mired, us I the lift of arc making great efforts! to secure us large a Indeed. he is worse, and tit thought he will will rejoice at result of this ('ln'"l'nton. civil. Hlblrllnaton power, mud thorough tl tl
the! first: t lock exceed any rise of Hunt in tin- i portion as possible of the carrying trade, of die1'efere If the campaign is: conducted Ihru ho1t of the civil 11\1 service. .
river. The I summit [level! enters the I Okcl'e- I the West by improving its water routes to the morning shall dawn, with the willl'Itllifl'"h'tl: at its com 1'11'1 5. The right to free ballot ill right preservative I
nokec :Swamp, through which it extendstwentytwo i the seaboardVitliin three years: from the And" then poor Florida's! gone by the board, 1l'n1'1l'nt. l'hlUUl'S are certainly three of all rights, and must and shall
miles, eleven and a half miles\ I present! time the completion of the \Vellaud' l>ear Simon, unless you come'down out of five, Ollt we think five out of seven, he maintained in part of the UnitedStates.
above Camp Pinckney. Fourteen miles beyond I Canal enlargement will enable Hritish t steamships Comedown comedown comedown I that the I k last nominated will bo lll'"t. every .

the Suwnnncc IJivcr i is reacheil near \ : of about two thousand tons to receive I'lcntr, Simon, ilea,' Simon:; come down I'll We believe that good men of both pare (5. The cxis'iting administration is a representative

Hlount's Ferry, the waters! of which will IJL their cargoes: of grain and provisions: at Chicago Simon dear Simon, come dovvuvoti t you, will gladly accept this result, and that it of conspiracy only, and the claimof
raised by means of a dam to the height or and other lake ports and carry them directly now? will contribut'e in no snutlldegrce toward surround ballot-buxes: with ,
the summit level! and taken Into the (;canal to Europe.In : The clock in the canviiM strikes three ; era'of good fl'llilll and u revival of the old! rljh marshals to intimidate trop'

'rousing the river in the lake so formed the the present condition of t the lakes and The prospect: i is dreary, and Eagan's: forlorn, prosH'ritv| every section of our commoncountry. struct electors, and the unprecedented use
canal continues eighteen miles bevond to Erie l'allullim' the average; cost of carrying And wee ping are :Sawyer; :and me. : of the veto to maintain its corrupt and despotic

.......the 1'11I101' the .summit level which has 1\ wheat from Chicago to New York i is $.G4 Yes: Florida's ulonc--great I Useless i is dead, power, insults the people and imperils -
length of sixty-two miles. Fl'olllthiol: joint I I rents per hll hl'l. Hy the enlargement of Defeats at Chicago overwhelm, 7'11 SOUT1 r.s. TIIK 1 IS T. their institutions. :

the line descends by two locks, each of ten : the Canadian! canals, to be finished: within a And now '\'l'\'c' no hope if yoU don't comedown Mr. W. II. larl'ii4. Commissioner of Agriculture 7. The ;great fraud of 1876-77, by which

feet lilit, crosses the \Ill'all\: : and turniiij i few years British "" :'t:'>IIIl'III: : nll'ord! to carry and Immigration loullll"I, upon false count of the electoral votes of
again to the'outllI'rOol1'I'oIthl' \\ lhlll'ollchl'e: grain from Chicago to Montreal( for six cent'sper And (entrust II to Durkeethe helm fo two States 0 the candidate defeated nt the polls
River near Ellnville, and thence runs I bushel! nud Montreal i is two hundred Come down I comedown! comedown sends the New OilcansVrtiyuite the following was declared to be President, for the

through; the centre of San I'edro Hay, descending and fifty miles nearer than New York to the llcase, Simon! dear :Simon, come down 1 highly important communication, of interest first time in American history anl wi of tin-

: from it by live lock of fifteen feetandimcof European markets. -Jtrrcsr.StMOX's to all planters nnd IlntI"lIcr: people was set aside under the military
ten feet lift directlv. to the levl'i The 1 Hritish and Canadian: governments violence, struck deadly blow at our i
iff/' the Oulf.The have nearly, completed' works which will KKI-I.Y. PniLursnunci, KAN., June 5, 1880. of representative 1 government. The

principal benefits: which h areexpecteito cost over $:WK)0HM() ) ( ), in addition to earlier Now Hicksy, dear llicksy: what Is it you (VI.t.6jIr
result\ directly from the construction of n improvements on which $24OHO.utio: were IIYon \? from civil submitted for the time in )
ship canal across! : the Florida Peninsula; expended, making total of over $.'}It MlO>,(OOO) surely don't Il't I such 1 thing : Dear Sir:-I have resided in this: (Phillips) firm and war patriotic, faith that the people I 1 E

nreFirst. spent in order to (control as far as possible! After boosting \\'ithl'rI'IOI| out of myway county, Kan., for the last: eight )l'IU'I.Vhel would punish) this crime in 18y\<). This Issue ;
: Shorter routes between the ports of the carrying) trade of our l'IIilll'IIjooill'tale.; : I landed here in 1872 the face country and dwarfs Other it imposes
precedes ;
the lilliI'of Mexico and those of the Atlantic With the completion of this: cheap foreign .llll working so hard with .the ring" was magnificently carpeted with a rich sacred every the of
u more jxioplc I
coast: both domestic and foreign. water route, penetrating into the very heart Daddy Sawer I don't care a snap, coat of Iml !, about two inches high; the Union than ever duty addressed upon tho conscience \
I'I'COlIll.'oit! li n the dangerous passage: of our ugril'ulturall'l'ioll.) the \'nih'ltah'oI:; And for Hisiiee, I'll roost on his grave ; just 1 good till, the birds were singing of nation of freemen.

through the Florida Straits will possess! no transportation: line that can But you my dear Uicksy, I love as my life, and all nature appeared to be alive. IloCtclion 8. We execrate n the course of this administration I
The following will show the distance: ; l>j (compete\, with it on equal terms: unless the And Conant so gallant and VI'. a homestead of 180 acres, with two teams in in the civil service \ ,
both routes : Mississippi! \ River is: improved, and till obstacles ('uuleduvne cumeduavie !! coME: DOWN !11! and began to tur up the virgin soil to the making places and demand ja t 0
reward for crime reform
are removed that stand in the of m bet I down 1 blue vaults of heaven. Hclieving that I hindstruck poll'ul '
way willll'l'r shall '
XKW: 01iLK\X.S: : TO XEW YOUK. \\1 l'O\I' by make it forever J '
the most! economical transportation to fare No, never! the Eldorado II' the West, or the Itutlte
XI/Illiral ,Milep. for the defeated candidate to I
sign and domestic markets of the surplus I place where the world was finished from the impossible .
Present route rough Straits lorilluljOHUllte products of the Mississippi Valley. Hut llicksy, dear Hicksy, a thought strikes plastic hand of an omnipotent God, and by I bribe his way to the seat of the usurper'by! !

by Florida Canal.......................1,25)3:! The (General then adds With the me now, him pronounced good-tilled with hope, inspired 'lletlng villains upon tho people. [NOTE- I
: improement ((5mm rare u thing makes me fl'ellllue); with the surrounding scenes of nature 'fhi' was read again, in to demands
of this: Southern route accomplishedthe \ I fellers you're talking torso, and was reccivod-with ]
Difference. 49" Suppose Ill'llt -I to lay the foundation of future r
began uPI
Mississippi River will become, the great ,'/fIll'mdtle to ('Oi& DOWN to us TWO ? home. One hundred of land 0 1). The resolution of J. Tildcn not
The length of the canal route I is about one and successful competitor of the Canada '\e'l my dear, ami then pack up broken in 1874 and acres! to corn on were again to he 1 candidate for the exalted plncv
hundred and sixty-nine :statute miles, or waterline for the that the of planted
reason centre our duds, to which he was elected by n majority of his
farm, and not one grain of corn was !!
one hundred and forty-seven nautical miles, lain region is gradually working away Amdshake oil' the dust from our fl''t. not cob the matured for the mr: countrymen and from which ho was excluded J
front a on .
divided as follows : the latter. Moreover, the Northern And wl'l go and join Pimmm and Stearns came IIRI'e the en by the leaders of the Republican party,
From the bar to mouth of tit.' Mary's route will be closed by ice during five 1111 the rest, hOiIIJ In 1875 1 planted destroyed twenty-five acres I!received: by the Democrats of thc United

Iti vel.. 5.5 months in the year, while the other route O, ylory! but won't that be sweet ? tr'l'rop. gathered 150 bushels, the grasshoppers States with sensibility, and they declare their ,

Navigation of St. Mary's Kiver Camp will beopen at all\ seasons (Come-down! cOle (/ou'11! COMK tows !IIh !! utI getting the rest, and likewise for confidence in his wlsl10l, patriotism and
Hackney. 34.0 From national )point III'view a Florida .\ that's the right way to "l'OIllOlown"oxalI1 four in succession the did Integrity, unshaken by the assaults of I

Canal!.122.0To ship canal i is an object of importance as }: the 'er Still hope ha.grasshoppers tethe bo common enemy, and they further assure i.gau i.I
deep water in Gulf.. 7.5Total part of a comprehensive scheme for' improving -1'lurimGau. gathering.of our farmers with energy. At seasons him that he I! followed into retirement he
and cheapening our means of water /011 when there thereis has chosen for himself by the sympathy and
from the heart of our grain The reception by the of the nomination arc no gra.'lwllel
.109.0The transportation people i generally respect of his fellow-citizens, who regard '
3{ and calculations for water and cotton growing regions to foreign ports of General Hancock is enthusiastic,. 1 him as ono who, by ('Ie standard
estimates atd there would seem to be as little aced of I have never IIl'CI a half crop raised yet Inn of public morality and adorning and purify
:: supply are based UM>II a cross section! of and the contagion spreads daily. Thousand. this county. At wo have had no
" attempting to fix its rentable or money earning present ing the public service, merits the lasting
,canal 80 feet wide at the bottom and 25 feet value as in undertaking to apply the of telcguims have been sent from all.orncrof I rain since 'November 1870 that was autlicicn gratitude of his country and his party.
deep. The water surface' will be 108 feet in the works of river and harbor to wet the ground ono inch deep, at any
same! rule to the nation, bearing hearty congratulations 10. Free ships and a living chance for
is widened however
width. The canal to improvement prosecuted by the United time. Thousands of acres are lying vacant American
.. 155 feet at the bottom and 25T feet at the top /States: Government. In the case of the Canadian : in this county, from the fact that the ground land discrimination( ('OIUIICn'u on in the favor seas of and on
Y for 1,000 feet above and below each pair of: canals it I is not pretended that they H.\RTOR\:\., June 25.-On behalf ol f is so dry that it cannot be plowed, and crops ; no lines trunsportnrion -
locks to permit the approach of vessels and from a merely mercantile point of view. old soldiers! of the Second Army Corps cannot be planted. Hundreds of families corporations or monopolies.
pay 11. An amendment to tho
there are pacing places 1,1)00 feet by :UO feet ___ who served under your brave and noble are today living on the generosity and II) Chinese Uurlingame
every six miles, u leadership I I send you their sincere and of their Hundreds are treaty ; no more immigration, ex'e
The estimated cost of thcFlorida ship canal' DEATH or GKX. JOHX A. MUTTER: -Gen. hearty congratulations. We pledge you the leaving their (' nlghhor... I.t week ono farm cept for travel, l'lluraton and foreign commerce

is about $50,000,000. To earn the current John A. Suttcr, the discoverer of p gold in California vote of Connecticut by G.OOO majority of 100( acres with a house on it, ten miloa and thrl.11 carefully guanll'll
expenses for administration and maintenance and one of the earlier pioneers on CHAM. WIXFIELD: SCOTT, Secretary.MAXITOX tho county Heat of this county sold for 11. Public money and cn.oi for

about 1,758,000 tons must go throughthe that coast, died in Washington on Friday June 25.From the shad 11'01 sum of two dollars and five cents ; public settler.:solely ; and public for
canal annually at twenty-eight last. He had been sick for about week actual
per a ; another farm of 150 within four
ton toll. The aggregate tonnage which with inflammation of the kidneys and died ow of the Rocky Mountains accept my of that acres cost one mle! 13. The Democratic party is the friend of
warmest with this Philipsburg, ago
passed: through the Florida Straits duringthe quietly in full possession: of his faculties. Friend !congratulations" message. was sold for a sewing machine year worth not labor nll the laboring 1an. and pledges
last fiscal year amounted to about 2,000- The news of his death was at once tele- go up higher. than dollars. itself protect him against cormorants
more thirty
'(N>0 tons. All I of this could hare saved twelve grayhed to his home in Litiz, Lancaster SAMUEL D, DAUCOCK. amid tho l'ommnuc.H. .
to fourteen hours in the time of transit county Penn., where his aged wife resides 1'iiutnKi.rniA, PA., June 2i-To Daniel Thousands: of (arm are h'r for mile Wo congratulate the country upon the

if the Florida canal had existed. To HU remains will be taken to LitU for Inter- Dougherty, Jfenberof Convention, CillC/ml: everbinly discouraged and no buyers. HUH honesty and thrift of the Dl'mocratc Con..
earn the current expenses and five per cent. I ment. 1 congtulate you dear old frlll\l, our soil is as productive a that of any land.bencath grewi, which has reduced publc expenditures
on the cost of construction, about 10,714,300tons Gen. Sutter was born in Kundorn laden favor of the hero of the road canopy of high rain-full heaven: I $40,000,000 a year ; UIJ contin
must pass through the canal at twenty on February 15, 1803. Ho was graduatedfrom Gettysburg, the Murut of Pennsylvania, who, but the trouble Is i we cannot get nation of prosperity at home and national
eight cents per ton toll. From this state- the Military College in IJerne. Switzer- if nominated at Cincinnati for President: enough to develop it. honor abroad and above all upon the promise
ment it can be seen that with the canal due land, and soon! afterward came to this: country would deliver this great Commonwealth The settlers here are generally honest intelligent of inch n change in the administration
Used at twenty-eight cents per ton of registered to seek his fortune He went to the extreme from the terrible curse that has polluted its industrious and energetic, and very of the Government as "hal Insure us genuine -
little West and fair fame destroyed the hope pf its ]Mior. They that next year they and reform
tonnage, the tolls on a more than began trading with the Indians young bop wH lasting every department
..two-tliinly of the amount of tonnage which near Santa }'e. New Mexico. In 18'M: men, and enriched its insolent tioliticians.It raise a better than they do this yer. of the public Hrlc'l.
)passed through the Straits of Florida duringthe he crossed the Rocky Mountains to see for will be I welcome to hundreds of thousands and so on. They are living on hope deferred.
last fiscal year would enable the canal to himself! the country now called California. of Democrats who regard Grant's sacrifice My experience Is this-that Kansas, like
pay its current expense, while in order to After visiting Fort \Vancouver the Sandwich at Chicago the unspeakable ingratitudeof Palestine, the wonderful place of the Jews- INrJnYATloX tL RIFLE MA TCIL .

pay in addition thereto five percent. interest Islands he was stranded, in 1830, on the age, and it will consolidate North and has been wonderfully overrated, having the The American riflemen are once more victorious
on the construction capital four times the the coast in the bay of /San: Francisco. On South in the holY bonds of fratl'rILII..aceand largest history fur so small a place on the in an international content. Dis
Florida Straits tonnage of last year must the Sacramento River and about 120 miles proHjierity. embrace you. globe. Three-fourths of the farmers in this Iatche on June) give the result at Dolly- #

pass through the canal. The aggregate of from Sun Francisco, he settled and the Mexican JOHI W. .'OK U. country have sjn-nt more Hone Mere they mount as (follow:
ii, tonnage passed through the Florida Straits authorities made him governor of the have made since they came while The weather early this morning was very i
last fiscal year amounted to nearly 2,600,000 northern frontier territory beside presenting! DANIEL Dot'orreaty.-This able lawyer working hard und practicing economy, living threatening, but at 1 o'clock the wind shifted .
tons. That the present year will greatly him with a tract of land, where he had located was selected to present the name of General like l\luriln, on corn-bread ammo water. to the west the prospects for the '
exceed this cannot be doubted. The influence his immense much lIe owned many Huncix'k to the Cincinnati Convention. I.ast season I was down in Graham county, grt international rifle math somewhat y

of the improvements} at the mouth of thousand head of cattle and acquired great How well he this State, forty miles southwest of thu. improved. Tho ky, howeve. was still
the Mississippi: is just beginning to be felt, wealth and power Jen. Sutter. was known discharged the duty the following There are Koine 1,500 negroes from tho South overcast und the ( directly towards
and already the great movement of agricultural as the moNt hospitable man on the Western eloquent speech shows : I'/'atel! thereon nice land living in holes in time targets, which WW unfavorable )

products toward New Orleans excites coast. His ranch was free to all\ comers as I rise to nominate one whose name would the ground, without a door nhutter, without for hi There was quite a brilliant

serious attention in business circles.: guests and it resembled_ in that resjHH-t a hotel reconcile all factions, whose election would a window without teams, without money, display of AUeril.'U and Irish buntingon
The following statement is from the President rather \' gentleman s ranch. crush the lust ember of sectional, I- strife and without timber, using weeds for fuel; with. the way to JnunW many houses
of the Chamber of Commerce at New When he visited! San Francisco his hand be hailed as the dawning of the day of mere out water, save as they would carry it from were decorated all welcom
Orleans: ached with the shaken given it by the scores! petual brotherhood. With him we fling the creek, from one mile t mie distant ; ing mottoes. A detachment of 200 royal i
Bale. whom he had befriended on their perilous away our shields and wage an aggressivewar U ving on bread and water arl Hme of them Iruh constabulary was .present to preserve
of cotton from September journey across the plains. We can appeal to the supreme tribunal were actually eating the buds of the wild order. The tiring at the M yard ran e b

1,170, to January :23, 180.I ........ 1,161,404( When the Mexican war was ended the of the Americanpcwpie against time corruption rose, having gathered them and IlhCl.1them at 1130. Furrow UI'\1 a Ill rifle.
Receipts of cotton for same period Hidalgo treaty was made and of the Republican party and their up.This Scott a Remington, and all the Americans t '

last year ............_..................... W7.3SH. as provided by the treaty, commissions were untold \'iflat"nl of constitutional liberty statement U not overdrawn, in fat i Mhurp' The Irish I all used Iligby /j
Receipts of cotton from September ppointed to report to the two governments With chieftain time bloody banner is really worse than I have atatel it. bre( :h.loatL'l. except Young, who shot
m of the Republicans will fall from their wheat crop here Is I failure this ttea-sou ; our with The (
1. 181$, toSeptemnber1,1879.1,430,133 on the claims to land given formerly in Cal I 'arKWrsou.loford. following
ifornia by the Mexican government Gen.Gutter' pub eti grasp. Oh, my l'Uutrren. in this general yield L(ruin two to twelve bushels are the dduitd H'1 tennis at al 1
At the rates given above the receipts! acre.
claim his ranch moment, when of the per three
for was
favorably .ul.lle
dltli rngl'
cotton during they ear ending September 1, reported Hut about that time in Feb republic are at stake, wht'l liberties Now, sir I desire to change my domicile ; AMCBICANS.SMytb. .
1+(+3), will be nearly two million bales of on. of the ]>eople imperiled I rise I want to find a place where upemmiuncalm
discovert in '
mill 000
1848 a
gold was lr .
ruary. l.OOO yd Total.
which it is estimated that fully 95 per cent. make an honest living I want to know
b to ; y
present thoughtful consideration
' to race leading to one of Gen Suiter's saw. Clarke........ 73 71- 210 ,
what inducement
will be to Europe amounting State offers to immigration.
shipped mills. His ranch was at once overrun by of this convention the name of one your Scott........ mS !' 74- 218 ,
4TO.OOO) net tons for cotton alone that will His laborers deserted him and who, on the field of battle, was styled the If necessary, I can bring a hundred IPiiber..71. 73
need transportation. jold-seeker his suberb, yet who has won a nobler families, as one-half the people here would } 213 ,:,
for nearly entire Rathbone..
dug gold. Finally 75
rll"WI 70Farrow 21ft
secured at (
increased depth was migrate if knew where
Since the as the Military Governor they to what
ranch was cut and subdivided in to claims.n who tint act on there ad 74 -
the South Pass there has been a reduction up assuming command of Louisiana and Texas they t'lul do when they got to makea ? 7 67)214
[ less than a year Gen. Sutler was ruined Drown 73 07213
in freight on cotton averaging during the and excepting annual allowance from was to salute the constitution by lving. What cn a person do in your .
an l.rlllu- -
one-fourth to three-eights of a cents capital-I -
year ing amid the joyuusgreeting of mean good
the State of Califorufit as an indemnity fur an "lur. Grand totuL4.:? 438
per pound and from six to ten cents per the I loss of his estate he has been without I people' that the military, save in actual war, honest men ; what can a ser ou dO 42A1:32"
! bushel on grain. The saving on freight in A claim the I'niU-d States' mean
these two staples during the year It belived for $50,000 on, fur his estate iu California plighted word of the soldier was provtil in li Ltugh for, and on what terms and con Jobn Hgl.y.. W 72 68Wm. -, '

to be upward of 2000000. wa..lntr'IMlu't't1 in Congrm in the lust the statesman's acts. I name him whose your State; what crops can b Iy. 7 7 68.2111
:So far the ion of tolls I is concerned.General raised, and what the of Mllner ,..
as quest sfjwion. Gen, Butter had set his heart upon name will suppress every faction. i U alike aacceptable are prices produce ( .. 07- 212
Gillmore say : the claim honored,and wa in Wasiingtoit to the North and South, all will trJ' when raised! ; what U the health of Fentou..... 75 70 62U':
The average price of cotton all the year getting endeavoring to secure its thrill the. laud from end to The )people the country ; how 1. the best way to tOne Joynt ......... 73 7 I 72-
round in New Orleans Ls about nine cents I'u..njte hang ImthlC on CUll to your tte? Young ... 73: 2U 1
it without
when adjounifcl appropriating /our {}
l loer i-juiul, or $1*0 per ton. The marine insurance the money.: It is. believed by his friends I' heed ? Make ni mistep ddiLr.u'Ju.Take lluwinatu There a hoemaker in this t4WI that Is r- 21

per steamer from New Orleans toNew that hU death was" hastened by the failure. one who can tarry 1' nl"yla"la. Indiana, I first-dais workman, and his wife IJ a first- Grand t"tal.lU 428 4101,2841

York i is about three-fourth per cent at lie died on the day after the adjournment Connecticut.. New al York- i (1a' HcluiolniUtrvxs I. she having taught When the match was over, cheers "'f'n'Kh't'l
or $1.35' ton of cotton. Hy the the moldier-statcsnau whoo| in this town they hardworking .
present ir of ('oug **. with a record as stainK ; are iioor t.,1 the American and Irish teams.
outside route the cost of shipping cotton to -** "his worWiiiti d,1 Hcott Hancock. honest |1t'I'ple.rhat can they do Colonel! Uodine wa presented with handsome Y
Sew York would\ !be *4-34: per ton ($2.tt of If he i 11 elected h will it'iwu there? Here they ( hardly make a +
freight and *1J.') insurance.) Uy Ki>in.: .. SKXITOB CAMKKOX has written a letter tu his_to both t-iids meet with large'U family How and Lm'lui't by one of the ladil"i present
that the L. M. U mil of this city, i mitivtly declinng 1 acknowledged It in a brief
through the canal it i i" existed are your how I fruit how 1p'I
rate of; insurance will be lowered stout oil account of ill-n tho to take the IT'S n II.takt. The 11llnal')1 of General your land crops, and; what U, your the ; for U a made 1 were few given for Earl. C.'llr. *

twenty-five per cent, or by thirty-four cents hairmajikbip of the National Republican ( ,, L not universally) poor, Industrious to prospect a ri-m arks. Jeded he never
1-er ti n. I'll hip a ton of cotton from New (Jofumittee. If be had .twinned ill-Uiiir| it Garfield will I it. A great many tICtor ) loping lau to hear mke from 1 living in expected to see such scoring.. He'was glad
your Slte" you *">n the Irish
Orleans t
"vult then suet about $3.7'J ; that i*. f .7!* sulk, however. f.itI; Gartel will ol'Je. thL your respectfully, brunfl. Only abut IWM lK>rsolw 'f1 01 ,


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its 1 'EMS' OF INTEUlisr descending! in rapids and cataracts: from\ the /CONDENSED; T1MK CARD MALLORY'SFLORIDA I XI: w SCIli:1)IILi1: :

) mountains.! The gigantic i Rio de la: Plata:
t ? /1 h the year 1879 the omnibuses! of lias !so gentle a descent! to the ocean that, In OF THE STL.tMSllII': MXE.Onlj -

,J ..rried, 91,248 432: passenger! !! nn avera Paraguay; 1WW miles! from Its mouth, large ATLANTIC(1I1L1'k\v'I.STisIn TRANSIT '- .

:iV,2li( per (day. In t 1X78 the number ships arc seen which hate sailed ugiin the RAILROAD), Direol Mne lo New York.THE J ffiKOIMH.lt {f FLOKIDA }

: .t I scngers was! !toJI2fiH2.IF :! current all the way by the force of the wind PEXtXSULAR: RAILROAD: I : {' i} *
alone-that Is to say, whidi, on the beajiti-: ( ]\'ttlth\ Jtfiineh e' to
11 4 / / : annual report of the American Bible ful Inclined plane of; the Ir'alhn\ : \'(' been ANti I I
; L ictv shows! receipt! for the year of $<>0.s-, gradually lifted by the soft wind ami even (CUMBERLAND
:,30110V.. Foster minister to Russia i ) ROUTE.In :. D ""{fI
A against the current to nn rlevationgreater IJ6Y" I N LAN
j as elected vice-president, ami John Jny, than that of loftiest 4"
our spires.INDIAN Effect IHninry! l. nanagcr.
R.uN-MA1Eas.Leaking; of rainmakers : ri ()1i1'.1N1'1
I d; GRAFTED or budded fruit trees are more among our people and the Creeks, On1Ni FINE STEAMSHIPS:; : S'I\'IUO.\1'

liable to disease than the natural trees ore says the Cherokee Athoratc, they had th'llIln LI'n'etlllllta, 2.15; r. M.
+ seedlings. This is especially! true In reference all the tribes. Many years ago; we were returning 1'II'CfllcolI: (!a. 7.45; f'. M.Leave WESTERN: : TP.XAS: "" ''';''

t' to peach trees. The natural fruit tree home from a journey, and at the L Brunswick:
r will live a great deal longer. The graftedpeach ford of the Illinois river, seven miles from Arrive Fernaiidina, 1'1a..10.15.t.t. CIT)' Or DAM.AN,
is more juicy and better for eating/ town, we found a large gathering of Creek IA-JIVO Fernaiidina. .: ) A. M.rrivl' .
but the natural frUIt is better for drying t (and Indians! those that then lived below Park .\ Hnldwin, Via. 1.25 f'. M. CAPT. RISK.

; canning.LtKKCitrtAryr. Hill. They were In attire. Some of ; : of the above, Steamers! will leave
gay Leave Baldwin fur, :Jacksonville), .:: l.'JO: i>. M. ONE -
!&; our people were present, who informed, us for New York Friday .,.. I
t txV .% i1 is the highest navigated Arrive Jacksonville (Cum. Route).. 2.35: p. M. every
water in the United States. It has an that they had gathered for the purpose' of (to suit the tide).
Leave: Baldwin! for Cedar ::...: ids 1 : : Xo OCEAN DANGERS
) k elevation of 723: feet above Luke Erie; and making it rain. We ]halted to see what Key p. M. This line, having no transfers: to make Xo SEASICKNESS
; m 1302 above tide waters!! rendering it noted, next. Two elderly men retired n short distance Arrive Waldo (Junction P. I1. It) .. 4.11 f'. M. betweenFERNANDINA I I <

for its and bracing atmosphere, and and they appeared' to be mumbling 1,1'1l'e"alllu.. 4.211) f'. M. .
Pure Arrive Gainesville i ... .r.17 ) AND NEW YORK, !
particularly desirable us a resort! for those !, we presume conjuring is the name P. M. THE': FTEVMTRS:
who are troubled with asthma or kindred prayers after some time II lire was made Ll'a\'e (Gainesville. ".: 9!) f'. M. Offers the I

dilliculties.!! on the bank when these two conjurers gavean Arrive Cedar Key. !0.30P.M.: BEST AND CHEAPEST TRANSPORTATION CITY oPASSENGER' IUUIa1'OX: t
order and a young man plunged, into the Trains to Jacksonville' and North of Bal.!- TO FLORIDA SHIPPERS.Vegetables ,
I THE census! enumerators! in Utah were unable river ; the river was! vi fry deep, and when he ,win daily. And 1K1VID CLARK.

t to determine whether they ought tot came up he laall\ blue cat-fish in his hand, ooixu NORTH. and Fruits will receive specialcare -

I clarify the plural wives of Mormons as which was taken by one of the two old men Leave Cedar Kev. 4.15 A. M. in handling.

married or mngle, and in their dilemma and thrown into the I'm re. Thou! wu.s: pro, Arrive (Gainesville....................... H.4t A. M, 1'8I4T'XGIm'rmDIOATIO: S ARE ..I'f r TnE FAST't55

t + instructions\ to Superintendent Walker for found stillness: while the fish was hcingconsuined. Leave Gainesville....................... S.W A. M. Fl RST.C LASS.The .
lie dnected that the women'sanswers There was more mumbling and Arrive Waldo ((1'. R. It. June.). !).48 A. M. t, m g *.,: VEOET.HUJ.ISI' .]
be l accepted in all wises, mum entered other I strange ceremonies going on when IRave't1110. 0.55.M.. traveling 1 public\ arc offered the advantages .._,* < *-'

as they gave them. we resumed our journey. It rained that Arrive H.ildwin.........................12.17 P. M. of n THRECT LINE, WITHOUT
ANY Ch ANDES.: Connections made at : .-
A cow belonging to Peter W. Brokaw, of night. Leave Jacksonville\ (Cure: Route)..!1.15 A. M. Jacksonville with all steamboats for all -

Hover Hill, JIunterdon county, N. J., week AMERICAN: ENTERPRISE.:: )party of American Arrive Rildwin! ................12.30 r. M. on the St. John's Ocklawaha and
before last showed symptoms of !sickness' gentlemen started on Wednesday for Leave ']at.1\\iil.. :...:,.::.::.::.:..:::.f2.40 r.:"M. Indian Rivers!! and with the Transit Railroad Steamer ('Il.r of Itrideoton.CAPT. I

and. Dr. Hen J. Davis, veterinary surgeon., Russia! for the purpose! of orgui/tng a veryextensive Arrive Fernaiidina...................... :1.40 r. M. at Fernandina for all railroad stationsin FITZGERALD{ .
was railed to administer to her He was JOHN ,
commercial I scheme It. si-ems '
Leave .Fernaiidina. 3.45: r. M. Florida.
unable to name the cause of her seeming illness i. that Mr. Wharton Darker, who acted as the Leave Brunswick........................ 8.00 p. M. Waits at Fernandina for the Monday and ,t
w'( and after a few days of suffering the 1I ('ntofthc Russian Government; while they I/civc \( (' 8.40 FREIGHT AND PASSENGER RATESAS : Vegetable Trains of the
t A. M. Thursday night
animal died. The doctor was resolved! to : I.OWH BY INDIRECT U EH.Throllgh .
were having some steamers .built here two :: .
Arrive Atlanta Gu. 1.15 .
r. M\
I learn the CI\II"C of her death If possible! and has obtained from the Czar I INDIA 7 ..
I years ngo, certain Trains! to Cedar Key and South of Hald ( Rates and Bills of Ladingto ATLANTIC, GULF WEST:
d therefore made a post! mortem examination concessions! about working iron mines
t of the body. Embedded). in the heart of tha win daily except Sunday. I all iw, nts. AND .
1 1III 1i } and furnaces In the territory near the sea ofAzof '
I cow ho found darning needle three inches ,. that are considered' very valuable. PENINSULAR: RAILROAD, For passage' or further! information, apply PENINSULAR RAILROADS, ;

1'k in length) and the mystery was at once Although the details! of the project have not ( HViWo Branch) to s;;
R. W. SOUTHW1CK, Agent, Street Dock direct for Savan ,
It is that the had leaving Centre
cleared supposed! cow )
up. (:! been given, from the outline of It that Jan! GOING norm.
i, swallowed the needle, with her food sometime been Fernandina. nah. 1'assengere and i'hi'I'l'J'IIrc' assured:
and it had worked itself into the Wharton presented! it would seem as though LeaveValdo. Junction................ 0.00A.M.( C. H. :MALLORY A CO., of connection Savannah:: \ with the steamships

n heart ago and, caused death a Mr.virtual monopoly and his of associates the! Iron trade were to In have the Arrive Leave Hawthorne Lochloosa..........,. 8.10 7.40A.M.A. M.OOINO : _I'ier :.'0 1'lIl"ttl\: New York. 2-tf and trains for the North. :.:

A RUSSIAN UOMANcl'-Thl're': has just beenu southern part of Russia! fir, the next eighty I I 140InJ\ AND HAVANAEEKLY \
years, provided they build. certain ]lines of; NORTH. I Steamer DIM id Clark, t etCAPT
sensation in :St. Petersburg. A
young ( Loehloosa. I'
Rave A. M.Leave
widow, left itcniiilexs tried her utmost to railway naces. and put!up manufactories' profits of !the mid future fur. Hawthornv.......................10.45;) A. M. FAST MAIL SERVICE. P. H. WARD, .
make living but failed she then resorted
a ;
sufficient Arrive Waldo Junction.12.15
p. M. Dock Wednesday
have been enable, the receiver of Leaves Centre Street every
i the of her
IV to Assuming name
a strategy. Trains from Waldo. to Locliloosa, and return
this grant to raise the rOl'ltalnl'l'ell'el to and Saturday touching
deceased she her dress Barryout
husband for
t !! !
1 that of a man, procured employment in a his plan, for it Is stated! that $* ,($)nrxs, < ) Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.CONNECTIONS. IWUNSWICK] :' : ST./ SIMON'S:;, DAR1EX und

"' factory and worked therefor years, undiscovered has! been subscribed by. various! persons' in m DOUOY] OA.
J and contented. By-und-by she met New'York and Philadelphia: to be, ulIl'IIIlS n ATL.t NT.1. I,
:Memoranda.Steamers .
j 'young woman who was maltreated by her working capital. The story sounds: n little Close connection Is made Atlanta: Ga.: : '
:, \ parents. and, in order to save her 'fromfurther fabulous! and yet we know that the Czar i is to and from all points' North, East, West (and Performed by the n'wand elegantly appointed are connected by Through Tariff
; I'l'J'\ccutlonlropoMe.llllurriuge, after in need of some one to (' laming( resourcesof : Northwest daily. steamship ADMIRAL: (sidcwhecl), with the Atlantic, Culf: it West India Transit

d having (informed her of her own sex. The his! domain, and) that, In for foreign: ATMVCON, (It.Vitlm ., according to the following: schedule: und, Peninsular Railroads: and via Savannah
wedding ceremony was duly performed a assistance I! he would\ turn more' naturally Leave (Cedar Key on Tuesday morning. with steamships. fur Baltimore, Philadelphia
\ Trains for Eufaul.i Columbus (Ga.
I I church of.St. Petersburg, and the pair lived to this! country than any oilier.-l!
f I l happily, until the facts were discovered andexposed. Jfernld.THK Montgomery, City of Bridge-ton on Saturday Leave For State-Rooms, Tickets' and all other

\ !l ) ) .Tlio pair were arrested and committed AT .'.:FKRXANIUNV.,\., Fcrnandina or Jacksonville! by Transit. Railroad particulars' : apply' to the following Agentsand
,,c for trial, but the judges! were puzzled OM, Otn STORV.-A poor shop girl in With New York and Fi-rnandiua, Steamship ( train Monday\ morning), Arrive at Olliccs! :
l by a case which had 1 not been !foreseen by London recently killed herself in a (fit' of Line from New York Wednesday, at Key \VestVednes.lay morning. Arrive at Fernandina Fla.-Capt. J. L. Roumlllat,

j"b r;, Russian law, and it has been sent to the:Sunato nervous probation and despair! resulting 10.:,11 i a. m., and for, New York on (Frielaut Havana Wednesday uftcrnoqn. Agent, Centre St., between Second and Third.
"\'( decision. from incessant ]labor and( poor returns there ::1.-IOl.{ } m.:; from Nassau! N. 1'., mmVcdumes( Returning, leave Havana Thursday!! even ;Savannah: Ga.-Cor. Hull and HryanSt-s.,
t fur It is: the I'IOIof\ the shirt to a new air. mint! ; for Nassau, N. P., on Wednesday.Vith ing. Leave Key West Friday morning. Arrive opposite! Pulaskl' and Scrcvcn House. ..S
: A WRITER in ]ilnckw
: t ha.4n\ndcol1 intelligent IIln..I1': ; the stalls- a great improvement in tho conditionof IHit'u.frothMayannaboh( Tuesday" ,Wednesday Jacksonville: and, Fernandina !by Transit Sts., Dr. J L'Engle'8 Drug; :Store; A. C. Umphcrc -
i'1. tics nnd authorities on u the subject( : says that workers evervwliereand' particularly' in Fridav and Sunday; for Savannah" on Railroad{ .I Saturday evening and ut:Savannahby : Ticket Agent ; A. 1.. Hnngcrford[ ,
: suicide has been rapidly Increasing all over this country, though even here many of '1'111",1:1Jo'ri: tl1\\01 and Sunday, steamer City!' Bridgcton Monday( ; morning Agent. /

J Europe( during the last hundred years, and them lead hard lives, laboring night ami With Charleston Steamers (St. JnhiCs and ), thus !forming' the shortest possible! sea St. Augustine, Fla.-On the Day! R. F.
"c 1 that it ]is still on the increase. No fewer week after week, for wages that serve City, 1'vi'nt) from Savannah: : and Charleston route between the United States! und Cuba. Armstrong, Agent '+

f I than sixty thousand: Europeans: or about only for a scant dally support. In this city Wednesday and Sunday ; Savannah:; and\ PASSAGE; RATES.;:: Palatka, Fla.-Lilientlml. brothers! t Co.,
one in every live thousand of thcpopula- there in one very ''good association! for the Charleston( Monday( anti\ Friday. Agents.!

I thou are reported to kill themselves every amelioration( of the condition of workingwomen Wit it :Steamer: Flora daily! to and from St. CaLiii. Jleeunioi GUSTAVE:: LEVE.General :.
The writer asserts that the Savannah! to Jra\llll\t: : (Hi, $18 I W
year. average -that'which provides for their legalprotection (
Ga. und to and from '
Mary's, semi-weekly: IVrnandina, l Havana...... :1.1500'/ ( ) 8800Jacksonville Passenger Agent
rate of self-'dcstruction! f is live Jlmcs greaternow and secures: for them at least tho :St.: Mary's hirer landings. \ : \\*. F. 1JARRY
..... II than it was a century ago. It js not wages they may have earned. It is sadly to Havana :2
,, improbable that the percentage I is much true that, in some cases, even! this: poor return = \T llVtWVIX, FI.A., For staterooms' \: and tickets apply I to LEVEit : General. N.Agent HARRIMAN,:SavannahJ. :

t i. higher now than formerly, but It may be is denied them. Small wonder,.then, With Trains fur, lave Oak'I'aRahasseeand ALDEX'S:: Tourist Oflicc"! 11 ,
,; questioned whether the increase comes anywhere that occasionally one hears of a working all points in Middle( and Wl -t Florida.AT :Savannah: : Ga.-Corner Bull; and Bryan Manager.

( near the above estimate. No doubt woman driven by her hard lot to despair I.OCHI.fMISFM.., stn'cts. 11. A. ('ALLAN, Agent. SUMJIEdt: S'lnIUJI.Jt: :

suicides! have largely increased numbers and suicide In the ideal world workers With Steamer .flLIIIe for all points and 1'\'rllnllliIlI\-Egmont! Hotel. .. I.. MEILEX ,.,
in the United States also but In ] Agent.Jaeksomillc.
no such would not be required to overtax! their
landings on <*ranie Lake, on arrival of Peninsular THE i'TFtt1En4I
I }proportion the above would Indicate for strength in labor, norsi>cnd all their time at ; Railroad Train.J -Corner! Bay and Pine streets .

European: } countries. Suicides indeed, np- a treadmill, and they would receive remuneration .\. t' LANPIIEHE: :, Agent.St. .,.... .... ,.
1 ATOAIXF-SVIILE, F1..\., August hie On the Un, B. F.'ARMSTRtlNO l.
t Jll'nto' be a feature of our modern civiliza) Millieient to cnahlo them to live *

tion. and save for their ttiipport in old With Stage Line il"! OcaU and Tampa on > I ;, Agent.,_ _____:20tfNT. I ST. JOII.XSJ j :I ('I'l"-'CUXT }
The idea is the real 1hntLm''educsday and Saturday from ._ .
age. spreading over ;
describes a singular of world gradually, but then are still many Ocala) und Tunipa/ruusday, Friday and Sunday.
Ejrprt case
L ; thousands: of workers: who, if they stopped .
death by lightning in mho town of Itelcoda,
to consider their would little in AT CEDAR'= KEY
!! future see FLA.
on the night tho Oth instant, the victim
being the! will' of Charles })I! Gaugh. Mrs.( it for hope. Legislators I \ can do little, if anything With Tanipii Mouulrvanmi, Lino for & >'

Do laugh, who was about twenty years of to help them, but iihilauthropUts' : ( Tuinjiii! and Manatee( ; : Thursday :;:: _.:.--.o:.:! -c _
age, heard! the torm approaching' early in particularly, employers, can do much, as has lit 4 p. m., and for Key West Sunday and
the evening, and! !said to her husband she been silo vu by the advances mode MIIUO the Thursday, at U )p. m. : STEAMER: FI.OKA. ,

I wasafniid of lightning and would go to hung.of the 'shirt was: lint translated into With the United :States: and Havana: Fast .1. CAPT. JOHN RIl'II.UtIlSON'ILL :: ,,
hod. She did no, taking her child, not two wl'rlls.-J'hilllllelJ.Md Ledger Mail Steamer Adm; iral for Key West, Havana, "VI7"ILL[ leave Fernaiidina Jacksonville
i yean old 1. with her later in the night! thehusband Cuba on arrival of! :Special: 'Train every Tuesday \\ RUN OX THE ST. MARY'S .RIV- > T ami Palarka, und int'rJlIl..1iatl' landings :

;,, was awakened by the cries of the A GIRL'S NE\T REPLY.Mrs. Joseph tales afternoon, at tiO: p. m. From Havana, cr during the season us follows : on the M. John's River: and Savannah
C'liht\.0I141 Key Wtt Saturday. Special Lent :-T.: MXRY'S EVERY: : MOXDAY andTHt'KSDAY t lIlId>i I (Charlcbton t'olo\vs, :
l Child l, which had been keeping in the arms once gave n dinner at Eckington: to Nathaniel -
its mother and train connect.; :: MORXIXG: : ut (> o'clock fur
of discovered that his wife P.'lllis, who wits one of her special
With Steamer J-"tcrl'r".4t': frfr points on the FEliS \SIIIS.litH I will leave FER.NPIAMIIIO : : rcrnandina
was de1 I. There was no mark or trace of friends ; he sat beside! a sprightly niece of ;
the lightning; on her holy, except that her hers and the two ll'I1l1l1l'l'r: lively. ..1Mr Suwanuee; River, Thurxlays: at U a. m. days at S a. m., for CAMP l'l c"sJY: FOi JACKSONVILLE: : AND PALATKA,
hair ,was slightly singed. The post of the sat beside the hostess, anti was For information ivflHtting mutt, rates, and all intermediate landings! / on tae! ri\'lr.
Campbell : EVF.RY: TUl::';DAY and FRIDAY ,? EVERY Wl UNI: *:; :
bed wo split and\chipped' off us if lone with devoted in his! attentions to her. This, however etc., apply' to Rt-turning DAY-ri'i
hatchet, but there were no traces on the did not so absorb the aunt as to prevent .1. O. MvtDONELL, \\illarrivo ut Sr. M\RY'H at 5 p. m., )
(kn'l'1'kket and Puss .\ touelinsat FKKN, From Fcnmndina
floor or wall where the bolt had entered orI her from watching the flirtation goingon gellt.n. V.M'IXA.On
I tossed! out. Neither the child nor its father between )lr. Willis and herniae. She }:. I.\XWELI.. Gon'l :Supt.: 21 WEI: X1]:>UAYS and :SATURDAYS! ::; -SAVANNAH AXU CHARLI1STOX
was injured the least will leave Sr. )1.\ItY'1 at 8:3)1:;;) u. m., and can ,
: frowned and sent rt'ptvin'gl:1l1l''I: t table until the young lady;\ ,seized pencil 1 THE FLORIDA be chartered for excursions to1)umcnctis fir EVERY: : FRIDAY.- i

'THE! New SOUTH.While politicians are and paper and hurriedly wrote and( sent to ,

\ making a good deal of noise over the States her aunt the following (lines : OWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANYFeritundlnu and other i>oiiits of interest in the vicinityof Close connection mado with steamers for
rights iuc-4ion,< the poopleof the South are T Fernaiidina. Mellonville( and Enterprise: IIbn with steam.
Dcarauiit seek acts to trammel :
: Why
quietly making substantial: industrial! ( my ers for Oi'klawalu River also
I pro. ; ut Savannah
rc.'IL' The crop of raw cotton has been materially You strain at my Nat and swallow youCampbell. Through; Hills! ol Lading with steamers! for New York Philadelphia: ,

I increased the iuL i .t year. The cotton MALLORY'S LINK of Steamers to all Uoston and Raltimore.and ut Charleston with

mills in operation luivebcen very profitable. This clover thrust silenced the UWlt, anti joints on the St. Mary's.Close ;. steamers! for few.Yurk, Philadelphia Kalti-
!) New mills are projected. More'of the bwt. secured immunity for the young lad}'. Connection more, and Northeastern! A South 'arlo-

') agricultural implements) and lalxr-saving Towns Oil R. It. iliac, made with the New York and Savannah lila Railroads for routes North, East and
machinery, are used on tho plantation. ,\ est,
A CLEROYMIIC in Pittsburg lately married : Mark all Care of
:Steamer: goods Steamer
More white into the And Cedar J{ '. ,
people) are going fields. received time () :
a whom he imhstan- Flora, Fernandina. FIRST-CLASS P.f'F.XmmC'mI1IO
The signs of the great industrial change now tiowry -
tial often thousand il..llatlllll1J a (airlrosl't'Ct GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TASsenper lJ.-\TIO\S.:
in the South
going''t on are plainly visible for more. Soon afterward while .*. Excursionists and Tourists will

everywhere, On the plantation, in the occupying the lul)1it.hc) gave out u hymn, find this a very attractive trip, as the scenery Through Tickets and Staterooms secured
manufacture cotton in the
goods production read the first four btanzas and was reading is and and other and all information furnished at office
of iron and in the rapid development Offers to Lessees and Iifrchascrs a large grand alligators! game are cor-
the abundant.For ner Centre and Second streets.
of the railroad interest the South U fifthForever number of the mast eligible and desirable 20-ly
let my b-rc4trul heart further information apply to _C. A. NOYES.A. ..
I making great progress The jteople of the
His boundless( adore- RICHARDSON
South are beginning to learn that the true grace Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for II. NOTES,
when he hesitated: and exclaimed: Ahem 25-tf Fcrnandina. Fla. .
J road to power I is not through theV]mite
Suburban Residences
The choir will omit the fifth"ene and sat City
j House, supported by u t\varm* of Federal of 1I0U.\ (' E 1> REW AND S1III' ..C1I.DLEr.
ficials. 'f are learning that solid wealth'is down The congregation attracted bv his GROCER ,

power, and that wealth is attainable only apparent confusion! read the rl.'muiulng UPON EASY TERMS.; DEALER ix .

by working up their cotton and wool into lines- Wholesale and Retail
I fabrics and their ores Into metals.-Memphit Whkh gives ten thousand blessings now Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to 1'roiickions
Avalanche And bids me hope for more. Liquors, Etc.AGE.M .
u jwrties engaged in manufacturing or Industrial T> OOKSf STATIONERY, -

Decuvrrv IS RIVER*.-A very slight declivity A (CONTEMPORARY cautious its lady readers, enterprises, who will erect on the property j) )
d wimces to give the running motionto when they are dressed in ,velvet against bit And MUSIC FOB B. F. AVERY & CO.'S PLOWS.CEETRE .
water. Three Inchl'lllll'r mile in a smooth ting down on cone-bottomed chairs Mrs. purchased substantial improvements' ,

straight channel gives u velocity of about Funny Kemble once, when she found such a -
for residence, or in which to conduct their
three miles an hour. The Ganges which chair provided her at one of her readingsin ft!) WEST Bor STBET. STRICT

V gathers the waters of the Himalaya mountains the Went, turned upon the committeeman business .

y the loftiest in the world, is, at l.HOO! a basilisk glance and exclaimed : Man( d> INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Stf FERXAXDINA, FLA.
mile from its mouth, only about 800 feet "You wish me to give my best velvet gown

i above the level of the sea, and to fall these the small-pox ? l>y exemption for a term of years from Dr.RTIU'U C. .FORD
800 feet in the long course the water requires -
i more than a month. The great river Magdaleua One of the dearest traditions of youth lias taxation, ollvred by the several cities and ,

in South America, running for l.OUO been[ unexpectedly vindicated by an Indiana tonlS.I'I, to yfScltool Rooks n Specialty.-c DENTIST

miles between two ridges of the Andes, fully a leg broken in the attempt to Fourth St., btt. Centre and
only 600 feet In all that distance; above the craw into a circus: over the canva-s, instead ;,? Office cor. Beach 4 7th fcta., Fernandina. TO THE MIRROR $2 PER Alachua

commencement of the 1It()>0 miles it Is seen of under. 16-tf SUBSCRIBE|1 for fcix months. 48 tt FERNANDINA\.

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I ii.- -.i.'KAKim: ,v-nIu'l-- T1itsr.tXI) A'/'AT.: I also be, profitably used in places;; off from t the Tir.llU..lJU: IJiJIIt7Ir.lxrs.- :;-AXIt- -A'-i-, : -.I'-O P \ ,

Fret not, poor !foul' \\htle doubt and four oast.t With the ground deeply and thoroughly
Disturb' thy breast ; The number of immigrants: who arrived
broken up, and bountifully suppliedwith thif during the mouth of May did
The pitying angels who can sec at port :
:215; Pearl S.., New York.NfFACTf How \'Iih.th wild regret! must: be, nutriment for the coming crop, the not disappoint the expectations: : of the ofllcers -

Say, trust: and rest.: next step' I is to I lay: off and plant out. at Castle: (Garden.. They estimated: I that

Some of the l'nr'arletil'], of cabbage maybe it would reach o,000. The: actual numberof
.t sS'"a Plan not nor scheme: ;; but l'llmlwait. ; arrivalswas')5ON1! : making the total since .
I His i i choice I is best: ; grown as close as 2.x 1J feet. But 2x2; will the beginning of the year 1J.iati: ;; which "'i I II '

M.\ KKRS 1>F While: 1.lillIllIlI.ll'rrin i is I thy :sight i answer: for !general 1I' l'. An expert I'low'IIIIUI I is greater by about 17X?\>(0 than the aggregate

His wisdom sees and judges right, will have no difllculty in checking oil for the"eorrt'sponding months. of 1 \72,

:So: t trust and rest.:' approximately; h'n'III't11111\ in wiling when the immigration exceptionally,

Ayer's FnUU s'Jt.S: :Strive not, nor :struggle ; thy poor might land where: horizontal: rows are required large.Since January opened, the immigration\

Can never wrest: the proper di.otnll't'lIIlong: the drill has h1Itl't Wl'ClI threujmd four times heavier :

The meanest: t thing to serve thy will ; may be \l1fkl'll)11': with a SPI'l'l't.3hout.l: than that during the same period of
Hair All power i is His alone( ; he :still- 1870\ and live times that of 187*. :Moreover, l
Vigor And trust and rest. a rainy day\ hnl'pl'lInt.mt) about the time the first day of June witnessed the ]landingof

OU\XUI': Titr.i: : .MAxriti:, for transplanting! improve every minute :3,404 new settlers, and the prosi>cct I is

Desire: not i: self-hne I is strong of it, and with all available help. In that during the month which is a favorable

FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS Within thy brcfM.And : the absence) of such' a season, the operation one for crossing the Atlantic, the arrivals:

NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR.IT yet lie loves thee better still ; will continue at as rapid\ a ratea-s that which
(Under Foriiiutu of Goo.; H. Forrester.: ) So let Him do His loving wil, may be succes:
And trust and rest.: afternoon: \ with I'rl'l'u..e of water, and shading the history of immigration to the United

is a most agreeable dressing, whichis the plants early next morning with a States.! Until ('Olel'l'uthcl' begins, thU: extraordinary
< at once harmless] and effectual, for exodus from Europe: I is pretty
preserving What dost thou fear ? His i-dom rl'i nilHUI'I'l'lIIl' leaf. Cultmite shallow )but often \
f the hair. It restores, with the confessed: ; certain to be kept up ; and therefore: t the expectation -
Pronounced by Orange! Grower* the very His is infinite His love until the heads )begin to form ; ami if yon that the addition to our population -
gloss and freshness of youth, faded or gray, Thy; deepest: t, fondest dreams abo\e have''seen faithful and judicious your )part from foreign sources will be larger in

light, and red hair, to a rich brown, or deep So trust: and rest: of the work, you may rely upon receipts 1880 than in any previous year is: likely to

black, as may be desired. By its use thin be fulfilled./
Itcl 31 a 11 ii re for the Orange Tree1'OIt11ESTER'S which will amply compensate\ you.OtlVK The military system provokes discontentin :
hair is thickened, and baldness often AOlllCULTUIt.lL.Pall .
; and
Germany: ; the depression! narrow-
though not always cured. It checks falling (Yl.TMSK: IX ('.t1.1FtuaNI.t.-sir. El- limits of agriculture in England cause widespread
nnd Whiter (; IcIIIIIII-X<< ?. Wood I Cooper, of :I1t tJIll: rha rn, Cal., has! the suffering in
of the hair immediately] and causes a new !' discouragement ;
e\UII.\GE.-Omtillllcd.-Tlw( ) time: for seed: clearly demonstrated l the practicability of Ireland again turns! the thoughts of the people r
growth in all cases where the glands are the growing of the olive tree and the manufacture
to this and an passionate
sowing was omitted our last. It should country ;
not decayed ; while to brashy, weak, or : : ('OJ"-I.I-'I'I-; .\- III'lIln'\ oil in this :State. Ten years longing for the New 11'orlditas seized the
begin about the middle of ,\II ;II"t, with the ago his ranch: was a wild 1, uncultivated cattle Scandinavia. These ,
inhabitants causes
otherwise diseased hair it
imparts vitalityand
MKIS? : later varieties, and continue, with intervals: range on the )Dos.Pueblos" rancho. It isnuts have given a stimulus! to emigration: which
strength and renders it pliable.] nneof t the most t tin ri ill I i ilv rotate
managed :
of bad times
of a week, to the middle or latter part ofl'pt'lllhl'r was only I delayed by the reports
southern California drive through .
The Vioon cleanses the scalp, cures and ending with the earlier kinds. it will impress: the ('oll\'il'lillll that great has in this country, that i.s making it ussumcthe.present Moreover
prevents the formation of dandruff; and, hot r.vr.uY: : FVUM I CHOP The objctt in distributing seed !sowing been' till' labor:\ and vxpenditifro:'\ necessary to I: \ the facilities\ for crossing proportions.) the Atlantic I\

through several weeks I is to increase the change:\ it from its wild i to its present condition anti!
by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing are all the time I improving growing more
yet greater': elements the transformation
chances of the plants'! escaping t the destructive t numerous: and immigrant comfoitably -
properties, it heals most if not all of the hahl'I'1I wise energy, and well- hither and
ravages of ill"l''t"11,1, just here it is directed,l skill. settled draws relatives! IIC'I I
humors and the :
diseases peculiar to scalp, scientific quaintanccs anxious to share his good for-
Prepared Oil : principle to produce
'tit I'rol'l'l'tll' call attention to (the importance of The ranch contains about Zrt4\O< acres.
it cool] clean and soft under tune.
keeping ,
There all of soil it bottom
which conditions diseases of the scalp and a large yield 11't'r acre. having ;an abundant supply of I'lant-at sandy,are wl"hl'III1.1 soils hillside.\ in The- greater land part, "'" have no accurate statistics of the immigration ,
to the United /Slates during theyears
least double the number that arecxpecf"d to i
hair are impossible.] of it I* iu state of the most thorough cultivation. -
from }but careful estimates
li\IO\ to IftSi( !
mature, so as to keep the stand perfect. .\ small portion only i is in grain. 1
put it at 2.V>,000. From ISUO: to 18.10 it
As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair Two fl'l'll'II'h: way may be taken as a fair Fruit and nut trees of various\ us kinds and amounted to >', lIiI,'.' O. From IS.0 to 18H,
various of uswthcoves' hundreds of
distance for :stages }" : the arrivals I of this at 500MX ,- I '
out estimating !
The Viaoi is incomparable.] It is colorless ] ALSO Ih\i,I:iIN IN average planting cabbages acres They are almond, walnut and olive\ year !1 "
it 1
) the number amounts to
;and caiilillowers in the field. This givesfour probable ,
The thousands. of walnut trees ( English: ) are
contains neither oil ;
nor dye, and will 7,873,082.:\ : The foreign Immigration from
PIDIInJUCULTUlLI.: CIllm1I.HULl'JI.n + square' feet to each plant. And since not yet bearing but in a year or t two n large:
will therefore reach
17Kito! 1880
soil white a
l not cambric. It imparts an II
Income will be to their oWlIl'rlull1
I II there .ltSN:! : <(< i) feet in of brought
I are square an acre the enormous total of more than to/OOClOU> ) (> ,
agreeable and lasting perfume, and as an :; AMMONIA.: thlTI'l' looked, upon( by: many }persons as! I .
land, the quotient! from dividing, this last or more than a fifth ofoul' entire population ,
the surest whichthis
source utlueprineelyreturn I
article for the toilet it is economical and this time.
number' \by four-the number of !square' feet: ranch will yet give back, However, it at
unsurpassed in its excellence. NITRATE; SODA( ) Of the immigrants, shout two-fifths! !
is not about the walnut trees about
assigned; to each plant-will represent: the nor yet females and than that
; more ,iiroportionformerly \ -
the which there
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., SUPER PHOSPHATE LIME, number of plants: on an Ill'rellt t that distance, are loO.ooo' different :s Aeries-but\ about came from the UrtiNh lslandsthteflyfrom \ J

viz. : lo.Siio.! Thl.illll'll'! rule for quickly Ireland while about a third were troutUerullusy.
the olive and its growth t Unit 1 propose to
Practical and Analytical
Chemists lint at 11111If recent
SULPHATE: OF( POTASH: and accurately\ determining the number: of write present
'euth German has been.tin-
Lowell, Mass. Mr. Cooper has now 5,000( olive trees and immigration :
plants on an acre of ground. distance .
any most while England: is! sending
N1T1JATE: : ()i' POTASH.MUltlATE numerous,
OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. intends]: to set out a large: number: yet in
.. from Lath other, will be' useful! to beginnersin u much larger proportion than in previous
of time one-half this
-- -- course About : number I

+'LAGG'S : OF POTASH, Ilorlil'utllralopl'ratioll"! Divide) (lie number or '_',.",lI(), are already bearing, and next : which decades.furnished Scaiulanavian/ only! three countriesalso or four

of square feet in the field or plot of land :season a large 'proportion of the younger
hundred thousand of the above; total ,
\ at
l In.
SULPHATE MA planted feeteach
NEVER by square! this' the present! holding the third place iu (the
GETI HARD. brought to country by the Mission
I CAN BE MADS Aft STBEXOTH OEIIRED. LAST SULPHATE; OF SODA, plant is to have: -which is the product' lathers In live )'l'1'1llh.... the cuttingsare : number of their contributions to our population.
i TWICK AI loxo.DUsaaci of the distances each It is significant/ that emigration/
: way-and the result started they hl'ur'ell, nl\llin nine years I
%)! Cute from Canada the bus been
w1thQl1tf1iz1n1\ Us Clatem. to republic no ,I
l' CDREI Strictly Pure Ground Hone. will be the number required. they full! 'are bearing The what maybe of considered trees niuaeyears a largo during the period we have marked out.

tSiiT' -Ul''l'-fllll'uIU\'utioll! of the average crop It tllllllTll ( ) and is
( and Fever % t cabbages' nhd if fifty gallons! of berries Theproportion rUIII! \ on COO.OOO Jikeh-
S' \ land should he rich, sullicicntly so to to }be in even greater projioition\, during the!
) liver Complaint, WAYbills produce of oil to berry I is one-eighth; the
bushels of (bulk und teuth the weight. Thus the next few years ; for Immigration to Canada
k sixty : corn to the acre. ona- ; :
Dyspepsia, is also increasing and large .share of the
: : u
Our dl't'1I1111'S'e full particulars :I\IIll1r quantity et'oil got from trees nine
PAD It is to that average
:t Xenral is rT scarcely necessary say cowpenlands : settlers will the borderto
:! pretty speedily cross
) : mailed free to all applicants. They will interest years 01111 is, !'ix'ulI.I nne-halt'gallons.; Mr.Cooper .
Kenonsness, you if you are interested in Agriculture are admirably adapted to this purpose, has olive trees on every kind of mill enjoy, (the greater advantages furnished

Khcnmatism: or Orange Culture. 15-m(! especially if the surface is turned under two which is: to be found/ on ]his rmch-ridl bottom here.
.. The of our Inhabitants offoreign
Costiveness -- -- -- -- -- -- -.- or three times while being trodden with cat laud; \light sandy-soil: gravelly hillsides 'birth percentage therefore
continue increase
still'adobe.. He he has not been
TIII: FI. ) Rll.i says:\ :
Female r .r r tle. Cotton-sccdandbarnyard manure, composted able observe that IInl"l'nill'! less favorable; ; aiid-as vital statisticsNhow that they:

{Weikness yr? together; with muck or gypsum, make than any of the others, the hillaideaunt adobe constitute! the most prolific )part of the population ]:

T AND AND IMMICJKATION ('O Il'A'YOFFm a manure hard to excel. Of(commercial trees are doing as Will as any He employsirrigation the blood' elirt'iglt/ races, and l of.the !
fick k: Xtrroat Irish and German especially: will flow\
and his experience shows that
: :
tilizers, one of the best: mid :safest for \
very in the "l'iw..ot' the majority of( future
Fcadarbe. j" with good cultivation: irrigation is: unnecessary. our
::; naturally arid soils: is hnue-flour. This is This, is: a fact of great importance in citi/.ens. III 1870 the cciisus gave the num- '

Nmiousils.OIIsnrFo! $nnouusJledlcincDanptak) n :simply pure bones reduced( l to a line powder, its! relation the utilizing of hill/I land (that her: of )persons of foreign;; birth JIll 511711' { : I,

hto the 8tomsch. The fads are worn over the fit tOO.MM Arri-M,, would otherwise he almost valueless but and the present census will ]bo likely to increase
and dissolved] is ,
being quickly readily
cr tl cnyermir Oreat Nerve ('rl1t that number to about ,(IWOl1U..
a140: ( s.d Liver and Stn wheels iimlcrolive trees! may bringfn a r'ullt'l,1I1
T.ncLivrnpuriyinethellml mach., J\ gentle "'KlMhl. by the rootlets: t of plants. It maybe Uto.'\ 1830, (lit.Irish s 11U.llllllch t lie greatest
o the T'ona! iui'l Of the mostACCESSINLE !, : to that of the best orango; orchard of ; I
$ InpthiI( I 1.I.rlln.1! very advantageously lI l.IIII" the !hill at I equal I am-age. percentage: of these: .1:1.: :; per cent., with the .
.[.'.nuuhtedhexlto,4 i ) and rcniu!>. tho ('CruHIIlit :,'fl.l cent but in 1870 thutwonutionulitics
; OF PADS (1 AsD $J the rate of 1,0001'01111,1" per acre. Some figuresa.s to the return from fill h ('- per ;
J'4t'I.,. SOLD BY ALL DnuooisTs.or scrnliy MuJ : AND) PESIllAllLi: It will doubtless surprise to know growing; will illuMrate the ]point of the last : trcreueurhycqual, the Irish
l.xprai. :
many :33.3 audlheicruausG.i.( :: ) 'flueecususuuw
M-uiufuL-turcd. .et 39! &; 41 Noam LIBKBII Si, that Peter Henderson: t tIiojlist ly'-Guucd New-: rcinaik. 31r.'uopergives tlu.'elJ.III'j/ :- taking will probably show t them to hu.t'll
vl T I MO H if .M PHORSEY LV.MW IX TIIKSTATE Average ('rouf\ trees! nine! ,years: old 1, /fifty \

& CO., Agents:, York gardener; recommends the\ application, gallons: ; average&;; quantity of oil per ifw, six nearer together.( h The percentage of English:

;;J111 Fernamlinu, Fla. : OF FLORIDA, of from seventy-five to one hundred tons and one-fourth gallons; :!, bringing, air four was 13.0 in 1JOO, and but 11.. in 1870! ; und

.. dollars per gallon, twenty-five dollars cost in tho latter year JlI'HI"hIII'I'II'III1i: fur-
-- -- stable ,1... ;
twelve lnmdrerl ..
manure' or .uttu
I. of iiroductlon.. $I.n : profit per tree &:.U30.: III..hl'IIIU!) user (_'.'lIt... _. (mill Si-nmlitinvi.iii4 ntilv
.iiocuiirT : IIOUSI:, At only $1.25 per acre to new settlers, with pure Peruvian guano, or one ton bone-Hour As I I1 ha t'esal'Itlst.atnre t Mr.1 ((:uullcr'sfigures, ,, .a..II''r cent; The percentage of Scandinavians \

the privilege of selection in parcels: of 10 per acre per annum. Of course this veryheavy and arc the result of his: experience. Hilt must: be considerably increased by the
> UUFFINC.TON as might be lens successful!I census! of 18.SO. There) will ujso undoubtedly
is \persons: :
acres or more. These lands are located tin manuring designed to broadcast\ many
than he }has been let us estimate: the qualityof be Home important changes: in the locution
CORXEKOF' : PINE. AND FoRSYTH STREETS, and adjacent to the line of the and for a "succession of en ''i's. It is unquestionably the produced' as worth 2i percent less,, of thou foreign part' of the insulation( in subsequent

\ false economy to practice stint in and. the cost of production) "5 per cent more.Mr. ('CIISIIImt that of this, your I is notlikely
JarkMoiit Flu.TKKM.S .
ATLANTIC nULl"XU WEST the supply of plant food. To realize, in the! Cooper, however. siys (hat eventually to much alter the distribution found

t : $1.50: AND "M2.OO: PER I AY, INDIA harvest, that perhaps hundreds uf .dollars\ it will be ncces.sary to thin out the trees ; \but in 1870. Then two-thirds of the (lemons:
TRANSIT: co::; R.: It., by the time this: will have to be donu tit weresettled west of liuffaloand hvotlurdsul'e .
to I/K-ution of have been HacriMred( for the sake of saving a trees: will have grow so much as to make the Irish cast of it, while Scandinavians/ !
According Rooms.
few at the outset, will bo no pleasant: rl'lll'c-( their crop\ greatly: exceed the fifty gallons,, were chiefly went of Luke Michigan.

extending from FERNANDIN'A]: on the Atlantic lion to the gardener., which is their average at nine years: iHd.] The ethnologist; has u great thance for

THIS WI:I.I.- KNOW* HOUSE IS << to CEDAU: KlnOil the Gulf ('oa..t.thll'f If an acre in cabbages with:1II) The most obvious advantages; which areollered I speculation: us to what will be the character
ivnt rally located, and having been renovated the applicationof I by olive culture, as compared with l.tlNlof the (comNi.site| race/ which n century
throughout will be kept as a first-class: affording to producer cheap, constant forty, fifty, or even .sixty dollars worth of that of the orange, are: hence will result from all these elements) ,

house The Proprietress having had cxl and rapid transportation to the best manure may be made to yield one thoii'!and 1. The utilizing of land which, on account audperlaltsgive) this continent u )population f

erieneo both! North and South will spareno markets. dollar, how unwise would it be to apply of cither quality or situation, (is unsuitcd! to greater than that uf J'urol'c.-Xt'w; I urt Sill.
,pains for the comfort of her patrons, in orange-growing. The olive will thrive in
The belt of country traversed)' the Transit ]half the and receive
making the house home-like in the quantity, )half or onethird soil in
as uny H. It. embrace which it would not do] to plant the A MODKL Jhsa'FLNAat.tN-'onstderuble
tit" :j3tfUNDER ; t : the returns. Hut tan an acre in cabbages orange.
hilarity has: recently been excited 111I AustroHiingariaii -
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: with fifty dollars worth i of manure 2. The] much smaller: expense I !involved.] military circles incident

: XI:'{' M.iN.iGEMENT. EVERAIUETi: : 01SOli.. bring: in u revenue of one thousand dollars: I It is needier. to pay u high;; price for irrigable quaintly illustrating rigid..by strictness an with
land such as the orange requires, for the
Magyar lion-commisMiuned 1 otlict-rs
Of land .
good corn und with treatment -
l'rIJlCr] olive will
Spencer lo."t', flue anywhere and needs no irri are wont to carry out to the ]letter, tin
to IMS found! in the State, a large pro}erial t'r
I ( Royal r
$T. )!.\RY'S, GEORMI. IIt'l'uliarlya.I.ll'tl'il to the culture of each way will.aj we have bl'l.'U.. give lU.wW! subsequent expense of irrigation Military\ Code. A few days ago u )private u

from which with fair allowance are N1" 1'11. soldier died 1 in the barrack at
SENi-TItOrlcAL Furm and arty Vegetables squares u Infirmary
3. The avoidance of rir-k 1111,11011" from tile
J. "-. TIIO.MI-SOX, of the Kearsarge House, and The for defective) stand and non-headers] there Ka.'fCllau,1II1I1 his. body in duo course, wa i
Lnrye, CoiHjmct JSo White Mountains, grave: customary
rates, I'rollriltor.Tralli'lt'lIt $2./ i-r day. liberal make these lands worthy of (CAIlKt'L'L LVAMIXATlOJf should )be gathered lU.WjO good heads.The ket be glutted-the orange erpniust Ixjsolduyonce military honors. It was olerved! )howevi-r

terms mode to those desiring board by the by manufacturenof LITMBKBVXD : New York quotations l the punt vcason, 'kiederturnedtooil or it will K'ri"h.| The- olive, whether by u superior oflk t-r present at the ceremony

wet-k. _. 11 tf NAVAL STOKES.NEW. for the )ocriUtlln which a fall crop would IKS ph Ls will keep until theusarket of burial that the tiring party following the.olJln
IyOt'f'JItJlltllft.'7rtepupil.To .
II\l\rdH'il into with
marketed I, was from flJV; ) to $.;.fll) |or barrel.Twcntyflye the cemetery fixed '
ML'ruOI'OLIT.iN lINING bayouetscintrary to the established mill. -. '
SETTLERS; : cabbages; planted (he distance] complaint pKOTKor still\ continue TUB C.MiutK-WottM.of the of tary usage !in similar t'WI'H. AH boon 1If! the \'

ROOMS, alx>\egivcn:'x2ahuul'l] more than fill u the cabbage-worm! ; a\llll' demand ravages of u remedy burial rites )bad been (concluded he sent for ',

(Opposite the Post Office) barrel.\ Hut assuming that number to constitute for ,Jt. Iu an agricultural journal u few the sergeant commanding the puriv.. and i
['iirchasing land front this are fur. usked him, with some asperity.. Whether ;
.oniony weeks
a barrel, and $l.rjO at the average;; ago) u l conwiioiMlent told of hi( *
II. IIOU1RK I'rrrntttoL ui.lw.1 l with entire the trouble lost ho did not know that it was contrary to regilation .
E free jnuiiuiye on Trail. price, we haveagro.s.s yield\ of eighteen rents ywr and that they were already for u funeral escort march with
: lilt Itailroiid beginning till l und asked for
for and onal bcason
family in c-ffetU Dome "
each which should Ixt-d t ? ;
kutlicieiit to satisfy bayonets Standing stlflly at the na-
PRIVATE: : AND TRANSIENT ISOARDINO.: way todilodge the worm. Several; : knowingIMTSOIM
the elation
to nearest the land )
punlastil.TITLE ute onstleiitious
the c-upidity any one. That this result i I. rojMmded, and I in looking over th.irrel1lt'i'II the : sergeant\ replied :
lio\tu KE.UOXABLE.: No pains >frjured to 'Yes.wr: ; I uni quite aware of flint glut I
a being derived by attainable, the cIlil'rit'Iu'c| of a country cab we not ngard one of them as
uit l-'U. toIllCn 17-3m t-g rcspeitfull./lo rci>ort that lie decvuc l
furnishing what needed.\ nut ,
grant from the United States and bage-grower last we can
-- -- purcliase hiiilu.s
His and
bcam fully attest : tell the inquirer! and all\ others what i.t luring at the time of hU

w.ii. H. c.r DURYEl:, front the $tate of Jloriila.CORItESPONDENCE. laud was fir>,t-tlass hammock and his remedy for the -ablwi) ;;e-worm, which I ii a Ittith. was under arrt--st. It was, therefore

turns: were dollars reo'' within one' reach. be duly nt ]bisMM rt to fix I IniyomU." ,
: twenty loer hundred) even- \ )' ui)- .' "
ENEUAL: COMMISSION; MERCHANT: : SOLICITED. the entire crop.It plied.. It {-. inq.y| to sprinkle over theparts and Very the wU.11I\1. you may go, was the rejoinder! :;
dbciplinarian retired with
l of the !
\ eablagelurnt where the
should] be borne in mind that turn-yard worm (he proud finscioia-ness: that he had triumphantly .
It. It. Dm/r |
CEXTUE ST., XEAB usually oM-ratc| *. u pinch of cayenne or re l "
Descriptive manure have a pulverising effect the IJ'I'Jocr. Nothing more or less proved 1 his case.
M iw and owirtAia mailed onapplicution uj-m Keep a few .
FERNANDINA: FLA. MIll, which renders their use ecialiy desirable ounce on hand usual use! it when needed, but -- -

I'H.VS. W. I iu otitrday land use! it carefully no a* to reach the insect, and 8UTUTll'H prove that a man \\1101,. vuffed
Hay, ('or.., Out*. LEWIS; it will promptly dblodge; it.-Geruiautvum about in the witrld Jive lunger than hue
I.uid ComuiLs!ioner A con-iderable ItfJrti'JI j of Florida lamb 'JtUyrajth. whom )life b one of ease and comfort, and it

JOlll'HlSTlXH. in even- style amlat Office cor, Reach and Seventh; Su, contain a large JT rent of lime, thereby enhancing .b somewhat singular that they also prove
at the )IU JW8 utlice. 1-tf their value for this NOMINALLY a car-lual U 300 biuheU com. that marriixl men live longer than uniuar
croj Salt ,3W ot wheat 400 of
,. .Jli. way barley, CSO of outs.it ritxl men.TIlE .


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LOCAL HEFLEUTJOXS.'Oft Intemperance, co n n I"il*o A />;;.vc'/:. Ita'iuis'rtel f, Ua.The 1Anl.Y

: f ._ _. Rev. Atkins! in his address on intemperance .ll'I'r/1> gives I the iopu1uiou' of t that I'ort of rernandtna I'I I
:-: -' =-= ::=-=-= Archer.
little ( '
.. Sabbath evening:, :lith ult., in order pleasant: I city nt : .tioo. '
!l.on .1 t rR.tR: $J.oo / .1/OXTllS.. Heavy rains during the I Ifl'-t week. Caterpillars man wvrai.
; road! the Hruns-
to give the audience some Idea of the magnitude ) I.i !.mci" \I'm' =Ni-; ( br I two :3. A. M. 5.05 p. M.Sunday I
.- . .. . .. _. I h are I making their I. appearance. (Corn vkk' .\: Albany: and the )Macon; : I'.ruusvviek.! !;Saturday, July. ... .1:3. : ;}; "
i I flC the evil, gave the following items, under nndday 4... :: .:
IlltshtrHH Office. looking better. Rice doing well. Mr. are groaning; their : : night) :. (I. : (
very Monday, .1. : (-1"
I taken from the )la t report of the Commissioner : the endueare. "hrll'kln.l1l1lllhl'! trainstearing ; .1
ll'ard, cstulUfhctl (t HiifincM Office nt the of Internal Revenue nnd from other :Mion ". ,1,1140, acres land to tome Northern up and,\ down the roads, ; loading the T.tcsday.. \ \"
pout office, uintfr 1lif rlmrgf nf 3fr. 1I". /". H'oorf, folk1 The land,! lies near Archer. Mr. numerous. vc--els that are waiting) for cargoes \Wednesday: ... : > ', s.12*'*, ,
o' authentic .
./ Will icllrrceiremtiter! .. whcrtitcmrnttnntl sources.The D.irdiu's business |lu our Heavy and costly addition ThU1.lu\', :... 11-: .
; : / / ]>tim t : ne\v rooms are rapidly going port. H 1.. :( !rl'I= ''
of .. 'l'O'
, quantity' spirituous liquors prodiiecd stockon Friday.: _
the rolliti'
have: hern mndt: t .; other famrs fuf the Mtr.uou, ami who always up. The CUIMI about f.nkhcd.: The -
nml stored in distillery ware houses both roads') hut the pressure is: not lifted. "
ha. ( We. melon' is failure.. A general inquiry KxrnitKH.June :: .
thepnjxt m
crop The saw mills along the line- are increasing '
1uring the 'fiscal year ending June :3O, |s7i! ,
-- ------------ about, Hancock i and Knglish: ;; s ; give us bio their capacity and,! the t trade lumber' isetfemlve i lo! Illlll..llip HV.'to'H Ttrnt, limes.
To was! 7 1 ,SI)2,2I!): 4 York. "
; Cori'e.poiidents.t New
( graphies. J. (I'. and remu'ierative.! While Rejoicing; ; ;
t, ,. I Corrctontlcnt.i, nml jtcrnnnn hnvimjwith ?"ti4iet.I I in making that; quantity, Is.l.V.' >,.">".'> : in the prosperity of all conccrne-d it is to be Juno Steamer)- City 1,1, (.reftscy,

I 1 tint ] iier will )ifntc illrert to I.'r.olllll.\ I bushels ; molnssfs( 2,801.307: gallon: ; 1 licensed ('altulmau.I regretted t. ,! t that Sunday labor !seems a neces cllrll' tol.>.
That bo uninterrupted ci.r.vitKn. I
I I MIRROR Fernniutlna; Fl" distilleries, 5, 149!) ; wholesale tht'ah'r.iI.12, :! :! ; sity. !prosperity' cannot
I Hot sunshine in tho and
: morning cooling ami, long-continued 1 which. makes the Juno :2i( .-15ark HuM Hutu-nek? Cleaves: l
., .
retail dealers I 135S"0-of which Florida I has
: > i i Sabbath other dav IIfr't. '
thumUr! : ; : MR. \\'M.wn:\' sailed for Europe from :.jIllIJ11111i!! ) trict Columbia (III 177)' ), 1,11I."i. I Wettrrn. Jcxa*, limes I : ,
i I It t in too wit! for (croquet' yet nmmement DKVTII) ''I. 11\:>iltl. LOTT.-II is our painful June 'JO- Steamship
t New York on the !steam"hip City nf Cherteron First e-ost of spirituous liquor. .* to the e-on- 1 be hUll.hilh have 'mall task to chronicle! the death I of Dr. Daniel New Yoik. I II
must they : :a :
t. ;4 the 1st inst. sumer, $ -- -- game"\ in the po. TIFE Democrats of )Fcrnandina, ratified the of t the nation growing out of murder (Callahan was kind ro' centered I'.ayard, rheumatism III the region of the heart:, and.we July 1 Schooner F
. .. Cincinnati nominations lasfSaturday: ( I by, suits, support' of prisoners: nnd the insane but' I Hancock is: j just as good. I tII1l'o'k.moxham : ; I are informed, at once announced to his: I F'. Outten. Philadelphia.July : .
made, by it, !*: I 1,4S;.cj<"I.OI"-a( larger Mini t than I physician and! friends (fiat his time bad\ 1 Schooner, White ,.Vtt, Storcr. New-
firing one hundred guns.; : Finlcy-what a glorious thing to
.. .. the e-ost' of I'lothing, meal, Hour, books, come, and that lie was in his last sickness. I York: .
---- be a Florida I Democrat) this year i He calmly proceed I to settle uphi" worldlyaffair I July! 2 Steamer City r 111 l Crcasey ,

kit ( :-01"1'1111,1nllnA' friend .1.1V.. Stark, churches: and newspaper": (Seereport :St'psill' bo taken in a few days to organize : ( .*, o.r.lr as i practicable.t i I Early: Thursday i I 1. .'

loft on the :!!.llh lilt for 'J'I'XIwith the view of 1 170() on th"se items). Last year t the I I t'ni-i a I Hancock. : and English: ; club here, nndwe mlll'llillJIJIH'/ :21 I I. the mcs-enger (':imc" nmlithont Chare"t -

of permanently; I locating thenCAIT. -. ted :States Treasury! received I us revenue on \\ a strngj1! or a pang bis spirit) rOMMKKClAL.1'ernandtna .
... want the cooperation' of nil our people winged its to the other :shore, and! Daniel .
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the liquor business something over $(;i3ooo000 ;: ( ',-
MAXWKU, and lady and C. W. Yu1 : who desire return to t the. old-time custom: L.itt was ,1 'IIt1. His I funeral (took place at Marltet.C01HIX.TEI .
while t the whisky I licensed. t to i be iii.tileiiim1 "'II'l'ro"atl1rda, : m'lrllill111I,1, attended
of having our country !1I\'l'rII11, by patriotism '' \ / was f..UVTHY.Spirits .
1 h'e left by special train Thursday: afternoon ; ; > : \ ,
WFIKt.\ ,
sold 'II'Ils the American j people, :$1,47(100,000 I ; by an immense ci ncour! of citi/ens,
for 01'111t'ie the Peninsular Railroad.CLEAHIMJI : statesmanship nnd justice. friends :imd! relatives. Dr. Lott >osscssed 1 I Turpentine, h pe-r Jal.... (ty 27 I
( < ) which i is :$2.Vfor!::!; ) ohe dollar 1 \ i ""
-. ----- --- i i every A glance* lit Mr.i O'DonaM's) I rice, )growing many of (the elements of success, and, accumulated ( Rosin ('1111011, per I. ....... ( I.)

: nwny the hushes atul weeds r'l'ch'lltltu the national treasury ; on that juvf back of his store, I is relief to the eyes, : a handsome. 1 (...tate. He was: : the Tar..:............ .......none in 111 lkl't.

from the vacant lots! in the cemetery improves score much of it 1)lolI(11110lle, ( ", In-mute ninety while the sun shines so brightly.; :'if r. (O. founder and builder of the beautiful' little Crude' Turpentine..........none! in 4 Inarkt
Island I in the
the general nppcn)' ranee i i'ertti'tiliI. percent' of nil (the murders committed I ,I in says he made at the rate 'of forty bushels: : to village i of Wnycross, and was: generally: foremost ( 'Oltoll-l'a I t H'el. (1.1-

the United :States ore traceable: to the use ofintoxicating the, acre on one i piece' of his hind! last year, in all public enterprises for the advancement l'erltmnltnaIctzlZ .
I TUB entertainment, -I the Nassau and this, mi natural; soil without' allI'Jrlili. of! his l'dio1lie was a man: .1tl'I.'rl.l'ORlnCn:1
given by drink, licensed: to be tmnlc/ and
of I I I viewsnnd IcY A. II. NOYKH,
zer, promise, *,* nil )good n yield.' I If t we could !strong ense ;good j jllI.rllll'lIt.1i1'l'ral u ; :
Artillery (Company on) Tuesday, evening la.it "(l/l/ lor the general( nnd, State governments get about fifty settlers: to work only half ashe kind! feelings: anil; t thl'n.'a:04: not one in a"It Corner ( ',ire II/lr Hi-fuml Sineft.FLOfK .

;lit raid/ to have been a very enjoyable} affair. of this Christian nut ion It 1 is estimated that I does, we would want no illuminated his: county WIII'olllllot, have been better : FEED: KTC'

I. IVc were told by a participant that cakes! more than 100,000( young men lire annually pamphlet. t attract, attention. spared. Farewell, old! frh'IH1.-U///II"lI'it./ AjtGKVXT Flour per barrel..............*5 ;.O 8 UO 1

t and ices in gn.at1lI'1l't and I abundance We regret to learn that Mr. 15. (O. Dyal's JHUF, _ _ _ _ Mlll..1: '>ofe .1 (H)
led and ruim-d it.
r astray, corrupted by horse died few with'( The (iirits. 3 ;.)(. 4 00Sugar
: n laY"I1O; tnJ.gl'I':04.: ....... ..... .... l> .
were provided.- ._ -- Deaths! caused by it annually, 1 120,01' "M, : wives! los of n good! horse: is: no insig'niticant( matter : :Svvs I I \ :.ICiK \Vit.t in: 1I.ierFi'A : .- ..................... 1 K l'lHacon

I St. Mary'a Collectnrnhtp, made widows! by it, 7.ooo ; children made yet ton man of )1 r. I )I.'!! energy and vim dispatch to the Time* from Galena says : ) .................... 71 1 1C"-! "
l It I is that (Gen.; Granthas
the loss will not be felt 101l not I true, n" reported l. bushel.. '( $I IJlice'
t.rl"Y Corn ..
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On the :30th nit. Secretary Sherman orphans' :225,000 ; and I beside: all this: there i isan ilcclareil, his of \ per .. Il0
iltlItlo1\ S
... .. .
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untold amount of Mill'erlng and (Gen.; I Ilaiii'ock. The o
\ poverty, : *
forwarded to the White House: the commission ClI/ltttlcH--I'l"/'lt rei'.sit.s MtnnrnntH. "flhl' report[ : iiaiuiind' lUitter ..... ............... :>(<_" <>'>
of J. Mason[ Rice n, collector at t.Iary' anguish: brought: upon' t the innocent\ and .out mallI.Ill'al1": 'l'nlll'lt..11('i1\l' (Con l-ard' per 1',1111,1.' ........... 1 Ife 10Hay.
helpless' wives! and I children, of the drunkardby on tll' 1'lioll II1\I1\ per 100 Ibs........... 1 20(& 1 :30S
) Ja. It will\ be ,
signod by HayesAvhcn } I In my interviews with visitors from time. \'I'ltlo1HI\ does: not hesitate say: that .
I lie returns Friday. their unnatural and murderous: lrItti( ('. North nnd.! West 1 /am amused at the ri'hkuhimus in his opinion the Democrats have, ( "ten.Hancock. --

--- . And the sum total of this greatest: of all evils, .opinions expressed! : with regard, to the I Humiliated their best' amid strongest Titii/rv: &iiKOTinit: ,
iliniate of Florida. Itv\ ,, man for the olllc-e of nnd that I
The Lumber Trade. ( society by the practice of iimtt1crate some unaccountable : In'-il,1\t. ,
'OI11C1IlI'OIi : oiMisite Post-Oflu'e()
the olIlllIlIlla'l) obtained that tlie neither his public nor can !I"'CII1111'd, } ,
( lumber means } : : primtC(harll'r
of coastwise
The amount : shipments drum-drinking, advocated hy many
i climate Minnesota and, Atlantic (City, N. hI successfully: assailed.' : This: ub-
I from this! port for t the I quarter l ending! who ought to know\ better, and do better' J., are ,Ir.}'. and that the climatc.of this: :State; stance of 1 tho"exPresident's: public statements -

Juno :30 I is, according to the custom-house! than to set such an example to the boys and, : i is moist during the months: of November, \ .lit t that subject, hut, it is no secret to

records, 8,213fHK: )( feet, being, an increase: overthe young 11I1'1nf t the country.I h December) January} February. and. March' his intimate friends, that he declare1 Hancock : -
and!, as e-onsequeiice patients are deceived will I be' elected our next ln'itl\'lIt. I I
previous quarter of 1 :lI.IMIt: ) feet. That has also ___. :m'1r
RL Ii IOtZ A'nr.s.We. and sent to u moist climate. .\11 exwiiinition ; : opinion' : : 1'1'1'1 freely 'XI'rr .i
Important -w
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of reliable data published, in the reports bv li>ading Hl'l'll.lr'allll ill Ihis'ct. Ioinl'ellll'ol'k':04 ;
WE are requested: to insert' the following arc permitted, says! the Ocala( llitnn-r, 1' of t the! signal service, of the United : lollillatln1\ '

reparing the old I bath-house' h at t the I t foot of to a friend in this! place.' It contains! possesses a higher. mean relative\ humidity, (OK)m &:!&IOO.OOO appropriated by, Congress\ for I

Hroninc street ? :So; much does! the want of very gratifying: intelligent'', but was not intended I than any State east of the Itocky: Mountains ,.1r.sor public* lands during the presentfiscal I
I and! that the percentage of moisture in the year, the l'olll1iiOll'r of the (ieneralIjimd
it; seem! to be felt, and especially by} the ladies for publication While other roads air of Atlantic: City is: larlwlill, excess of (oml'I'hl:04Ullnrtiolll'I: :: .I"1n) Floi,1 j jami I I

that any reasonable) tax would be are big with promises, and are making a I that of Floilda.Newspaper $1: ) 10i1\.lulIl 'I II

I cheerfully paid weekly for its u'ie.IU not great noise ()paper, the Peninsular Railroad I } ('urrl pol1h'ntllllll.l1'rooll'l} interested 'I
in hotels: and! sanitarums: north of LtghticootL
some of our public-spirited gentlemen move I is quietly pushing! its to Ocala and on
'I } way Florida daily l announce i to t the I tra'l'lillplliolic i I mg Wanted-100 loads. or more of
in the matter? through to South Florida. Our faith in its that I Florida I is reeking I ; withII"I I l 2":) cordlllackjnck.: Apply Uhl.lulI statinu;

TilE -trees-! --are--looking- remarkably ultimate completion has never weakened I. ture nnd! changeable: climate: ," when theopposite price put, on lighter at any landing; on :St. STOVKS: HEATERS, RANdERS! ,
orange is the To illustrate this subject
and we have always contended that it wouldbe ) cn.se. Mary's I River i 1 below railway I bridge to
I well, and in most eases heavily} loaded, with } j f shall quote from the ollicial records of JN'). I"'. ROHF.KTSON, TIN AND: :SIIEIT-IRON: WARE) ,
fruit. Comparing their with the first: road to reach Ol'ulalll''pite) the t the. :Signal Scrvii-e, Department.) to make Savannah da.
appearance ,
hindrances) constantly} thrown in its way I by, clear and inulerstandahlo the subject of atmospheric 1 .- ROOFING AND (1UTTERINO: ,
& those! of more distant places! one might well
the Legislature of tho State: and by the peo- humidity (which I is IIn immiportant 1,8t- OJ/Ice Notice. Ct'CtLiliElt'OOI: ) PUMP, ) Tl. :
what advantage I Is! gained climate
inquire particular constituent of ) I will simply remark
r for whom it intended to benefit and! } (>.( ; 8:00: ( A. M. to 7im:<" i'. M.
in going further off to grow oranges, except pie was t that when. t the air I is saturated with moisture tlir'l Iflr.-Frlll. .\ large stock of Stoves em hand. (Jive us!
at last we are glad to state (that our hopes are it i is !said to contain hiM' ) per ('('IIt. ; when one- )Iolle O.ll.) Registered 1 Ll'tl..from a 11'!! and compare our prices' with those: of j:
\ Jho privilege of paying heavier! transports-: ::(MP ,\. M. to lou: ) I'. M. ; and! :uu p. M. houses here elsewhere.
I tion j charges, thereby encouraging a "liberal about being) realized. It gh'cl111 pleasure to cent.half or and one-quarter! when absolutely. !saturated\0.x. or :23 per to :{II:: ) I'. M. Sundays from 101':; to, 11:30: A. I or f,
refer our readers! to the letter, as in our opinion .. M. and :'t'M:: to 4(0::( r. M. : JIOKTCMUU.
If Internal ji
system ( improvement. --- - FnFI.OStTln
it contains the most gratifying} news we x. ciahhui(11s .\RI':1 11.r.\Rn'RF OF Tilt MCII.8.X' .
'' Jl ,.: d VIRTUE of a Decree of Foreclosure!
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tliern Mull Arrives
I Fourth oiJr; ;I'tiraile.The have ever given in our columns : I .t" J.) .iitl( mt.-, I I..'. ,. -Closes: daily. at. 10:30:3.0c:: A.r.'M.ftmlhrni M.. BY of Mortgage[ granted by las Honor I
.. Nassau Light Artillery, we learn, willparade \ NEW YORK, June Ii, 1I$*0. : Mail-Arrives! .' 3:30: I'. R. 15. A'hihnll. Judge of the Fourth Juclil'ial! 1,
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MfDenr il'II01" i.jj .., : : : f ( at the :'totli '
[ sent )letterto on
't-My !son me :Your Chamh'J
afternoon at 5:30 } r 1- -I ( 'loses : A. M. ,
; on Monday : p. 11\ .
I him. I feel much obliged 1 for the encouraging 'bla.) JJ.IIm.JI! :'.i' ::ii -:- I..IIP.iulcJtiI ,.t. Trwler't Hill Mill 10:0 day of June, 18sx, in favor of Marian II. ;,

The route will be from their armory on confidence you have constantly! manifested ; l : -r-r'i .- ... <:; I '= _\ .f"r"/1'ue:04cl: 's nnd! Fridays) at :; P.M. Sanderson) and against Clinton A. Haley} I I.will I.
I Third street to Centre, up Centre to Seventh in Ill)' efforU to carry along our systemsouth. :.ua..1i1. 1I11')1\: > : ::: I..I.M r.I. Closes: Mondays( : and Thursdays at 21: )A. M. e>fTer for sale and sell, in front of the I

i street, down Seventh to Sixth, through Sixth The war stopped the work when t.Sauniq.i.raoj ---I ",- -.otfX-I.i: : '- l--; SI. Jfurift ('in., oiilif-- Court Houso: in the city of Pernandina, I '

j \ to Centre, down Centre to Second, and outSecond nearly all the grading: was! 110111' to Ol'UIIlllII.1! =E '.U),) JcJ UUI{ i ,.; !. ''; ;: '-1 j-;. Arrives \lollla"II\\, \ Thur the remainder thence to under ---I 1SSU.' being the of ;
Tampa iilgu.t day
} \ i-- ) at 2:30: .
( .liunu ; 1-- X1': = TII'SII'\1 1111 Fridays : p. M.Ve.ln's'iaysamulSat'hays I
I : to the etvvccn Calhoun and r .u'jittt)3a.t ; ; said the
green (contract, the same party. Since the war I c:> =: r. =: ''': I at !JMK):( A. M.Closes nllth, following rlcleri"e.1! realproperty
Hade and Second and Third M reels, where a we have twice had. the whole line of road .- ; LiCtJt\:-oc II.. -'.1.1.. .'X..I. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, diree'te-d to be sold! bv said dlro: .

)I IIllt"nullinlutl' will be tired. from Waldo to Tampa: under contract, and ":": juiLJ.f. Jl'J.' :Ie 'JC 0 c. 'X=1 ',".'; 0! -t'JC: ..!. Fridays,! :Saturdays at 2::r. M. that i is, lots (.'and! 0)) five 1)) six, being subdivi "

-.-- .. -- in both instances the('untml't4! were unfortunately )( ')lL x !.I. :: .-.I.I ant: M ions of the south two-thir')1) of 1'1101 fl.
3' I 1'rr801ucl.Among I defeated by adverse: action in the Ixy ... '1.l41I1L.Alt10J **.! -t: x.x.. -- T"UIDEL 1. 1 ((12)) twelve, township ((2)) two, north range '
islaturc. Since then we have gone to work ...," ..u.).) JIo!. 111M\) :: xioi"r- .4 ':{ i 1.1.! Lost. ((2S) twenty-eight east, known as the Sutirez
the passengers! bound North on withourown resources, and although all the -- -- (rant, as shown and designated i upon the f
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I the Western Texas on Thursday, we note while embarrassed) by adverse! circumstances :': I i I I i i : t : : c School Warrant No. IG1, issued to W. T.1)uiiimas map or survey of said! part of said grant, on I
item and hindrances of loe-al origin, we )have still : ::: February 27, I for $30, )has been tile in the ettttce of the Clerk of said Court, !
Reference to
.: Hines and wife. an .
Capt. : : : : : : : : ;;
iHHJ ; hst. All > warned against
kept quietly moving towl'Ils.olt and hope : : : \j crMins are buy.} in said Nassau all lying '
r :: E lounh'hllunJ!
from the S'iw and frtu will further information !
for the
"have -:1. .. ng tin trading and! in
I to reach you preeictIy.Ve} secured 1 ". IUI( being county ( XUI"II, State of
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1: :
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as to the Captain's further movements the rails required} for extending the road I ,-.. 0 : = .:. ._ .u Florida. Terms cash.:
I (or month to come. The good from its! present terminus to the vicinity of .:. :i.= .S ;" ';l:' Wanted at Once : PETER; : CONE:, .

r wishes of this community go with them. your town and Mill endeavor) to use all practicable II -., I .-:: .-... ,-.. .-_ -. .-I.. _- '" :'to m barrels FI"ril'rll.: Sheriff of Nassau County, I'lorhla I
speed! in the enmistruttimmim.Ve nave &. = .__ :: !; .:J Co> f :300' bushels Feniandiiia, Phi., July :3, ISSLI. '{ '.
t Samuel Fairbanks! and wife and D. Green-! .: -= =' : : ::; :
j not moved with flourish of trumpets ; but :: & A. No YES.Hriek .
fl Sr..c U
/ F leaf, Jacksonville, were also passengers! on with earnest! porimsc! and to the extent of I : = "" =". FOUEC'LONITKi: olMfOUTCJACK.. I
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have s : ...; ; ...;-a--.. : ,
the Terai, northward bound. our ability we steadily} pursued our ... VIRTUE of a Decree of Foreclosure.
_. ..L .. "f. -. '. .._ Lime, BY ,
-- -- way ; aim.! tI&' results will\ l he equally satisfactory grunted b\' his Honor, R. li. Archibald,
: to the public and to the parties whose The nhlltiurt.I, which reliable simply Cement, Fourth
I A PAKTY Atlanta t gentlemen, pu .ing ; are Plaster. :Judge of the Judicial! Circuit of Flor
since means have been invested.Very prove that the dry and! desiccating air" ida at Chambers: on the 30th) day of June18SO -,
4 through our city u day or two Hair
truly yours, of Hrcck hi ridge, )Minnesota is more moist in favor of [ H. Sanderson
: their delight at our cool refreshingSeabreeze's. .I). L. YU.EE.: than that of Jacksonville! ; that the mean .\SiXBoux lon'l.r. against Nathaniel (at:1. I will oiler ntlI for

The)' were just from the hl'Utl'Cllrecilllt -- - relative humidity of the former excels that I sale and sell, in front of the Court-House: in

Jacksonville, where, with all theappliances Church Services Toilorrow.1'EEi1vTERJNflev. of the latter) by 11.4 |Ilt'r vent ; that the "Jient. : the City of Fernandina, Flori.l em the firMr ,
1 Dr. J. H. Myers: at mean of three stations in Minnesota exceedsthat Two 'lirst-cla-ssd clling-hou in thorough I Monday in August, A. I, being the .:
of ice both natural and artificial
of Jacksonville by nearly 10 per cent. ; repair, in geMs d Ill'i hbrhOIIl\n,1 especially of said month, the following de
they found difficulty in reducing the temj 11 o'clock a. m., and 8.00: p. m. thst the mean tlireo'station's. in Minnesota clesimble as ""IIlr rle) 'c. tAb 1'lul1l. property, situate and in .!

1'ii >crature of their bodies below fever heat. )lnuo I1ITHeY.J.tkin".llt 10:30c:: Ylock give mean *>f jH'r cent alwe four stations would h provided if r'luin'll11)! )) the County of Nassau! Florida,'and elescnUdas Iwing

,, Without hesitation, and v( their own freewill a. in., and S p. m. in Florida ; that the Bo-called "dry climate" t'LRU.Tuws I M .\: lots ((1 and 2)) one and two, being subdivisions .;.,
Atlantic! ('it\" New Jersey possesses a Oppteite Egmont Hotel.Jlecetred of the south two-thirds of ion ,
HOK.C"Tuoll<-H\ J. O'lloyle, at beet
and accord they affirmed that Fenian- mean relative 'humidity of 11 cent .- -- -
per ((12)) twelve, township ((2)) two, north i
lina! was the pleasantcst! city during the 10:30 a. in., and 7:30:: p. m. I greater than that of Jacksonville. Mentone, .1lst ; ((28)) twenty.eigtmt east, and known as range the

summer within their knowledge. And they PJII.'OP"\L-Hl'Y. O. P. Thackar.i, at 11"I on the Mediterranean, 1IIO"o"," a worldwide !- 200 l hnrrr'l14 Flour. Suarcz Grant, a shown and designated upon I. i

had been here before. o'clock. a. m.t and 4:30: p. in. j reputation for its ( 3.It'r"' ', ret its 300' sacks Corn. the map of said part of said grant, on file hi j

._ mean relative humidity is cent l.iO barrels Pearl Jrist. the office of the Clerk of the Circuit (Court J
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ItI greater than the city of Jacksonville.The IOn barrels K. D. 'for Nassau Countv.. Terms cash.PETER. ( J
.-t Valuable Cow. NATIONAL QCAEVMISE: $T.\TIO-'e learn above figures will simply Illustrate", boxes )1'a1 CONE

J Mr. ".. W. Wells, of Preehold, X. J., bus a that Dr. W. H. Elliott; of this city} Inspector how easy it is to form an erroneous opinions ;f Timothy Hltn.3Ut Hay. of Nassau County, Florida.,
balE fh'rif
cow seven old, that i is milked three for the National Hoard of Health will regarding the fu'ctlnluf climate. K. }'(' '
r years COo sacks Oats. .\. 15. Nirt Es. Fla., Jut) 3, 1K'U).
I J times u day-morning milking, tW'lnHluurt.. leave Savannah to-day) for a tour throughout -XUH aml'r,", J/urrA 19.U.TRuIONuL.Tht're __ I I10lr __
I or twenty-four pounds ; noon milking seven this district, yUiting, the coast cities in Georgia to Invest a Dollar siiiuiri"s: SAM:
or fourteen pounds ; evening milking, and Florida. The! National Quarantine : is to be a marriage
; quarts nine quarts:: or eighteen 1l1HlIlcls-tntal JHT Station' as bos been stated will l>e located at I on this morning on the south' side, of the We will send the Savannah Wedly News, BY VIRTUE: eif an execution iut'tlut j
t elo the intentions of the "the Myynt and THE BEST" in theSouth of the Circuit Court, ". .1 i i
lay, twenty-eight quartsor fifty-six i>ounds; Sai}> though original river the high contracting thirties being newspaper Jmld.l1 .
weight per week, :31'! i!pounds. :After supplying Ixiard have been 2Jitj.i in regard to the ('.11-mt. Isaac I lines of the steamship WatrruTtJttu well printvd, ful of live news, good Circuit Land of Florida, in favor of the t'loriJ

the family with all the mjlk required I, I IMr. plans, by certainirciiiitaiuv*. which will ] and! Miss Christopher) the elder tories, reliable reports, agricultural and Immigration Coiumny, UUl :.
.Wells churned eleven and a half pouiuU IK> duly explained hereafter. Dr. Elliott i daughter of the late "'11\. tl I.! ('hri"tuI.licr, items, nJ.lc\"t'n.tning else to worthy against Jo:eph H. MctTmnis. I have )levied .r '

of irice butter, The cow i is kept on ,>oor who has! taken a very deep and earnest interest )isj.: U.It II. Wei lor will perform the of its well-known reputation, to any air nisni and will t'l. in front of the CourtIiou.se .

pasture and is (,'II six quarts nf 1.11ulld :! in the imjxirtant matter quarantine i ', marriage ceremony. The I happy! couple! will till Januan'. Issi, postpaid, for one in the < Fernandina County of ,
three quarts of meal each day. This cow visits the different cities for the purpose of go North on the Ttjeqt, to-day. and Captainlulu's Address! J. iJ 1-VuLL Savannah, Ga.TKVIL Nassau, on frt Monday in August next, .

'"lays over" the one spoken of In the Ikiwttrat consulting the authorities and enlightening i on his arrival Nework will take i.Ling, the "' day of siiid mouth, all the "
last week. Muamouth Itemocrat.A.S them in regard to the plans, and intentionsof u vacation of a month
; the National Hoard.-Siiniuuah'ru'$. M.MR. the" IIt'Ultillll'llIlIuan.li,, the ..teaunimip.asiil RIK.E. FL.I., June 4, I Mcttinnis, at the time of rendition of said .
milk is retailed to customers in ; judgment, in and to lot
twelve )in
k pure >Ul' J'rt7 Itt.E. Tho firm etf Cook & heretofore ((12)) LIO'k
Jacksonville, this cow would yield l an income l'rolor. (1211! ) t'\nt.-thr'l', in the City of
HBIGUT has found in the Dnulhuighcase doing Inisinc at ttUti"l. Trail t''ran4lna
of $3.20 a day. Now, if the climate is the chance for a new uphorii-m I ) : It i U ;. .\. .'t:1UIawl J. n.J IngH have ht't"uaJllllIillh..1 Kidge, torc i is this lay tU.s.ln'lll\. I lloric County of Xa.-u.PETER: Tr CONE-;,.

L not inimical to the health of Iud animals, that In England; the lower 'la.4.'Jt (':m'Vi Coinmi:,.", ioners for Florida to the tu.il ('I1'lt, tl debts "Ii Sheriff of Nassau
: uch little for religious theories as the higher lu New York Nations Exhibition: in l&tt, will l he .l-aid, mil al accounts cs.-ttleil by Mr. Pernandina Fla. County, t'I.ri.li
that 3
one cow July l'u.
we are of the opinion for religious practice." Like all twitpingassertions with U I). 1UH!! and S. 1!. Hubbard as alter Hub't..Jk Mr. Henry. Cook. who .

will be worth a large muuber of ;the kind of this is overstated, !but like ail ei>i i- nates. The appointments) were made 141011 will continue the business. mDE TO TH I: M I R1OE. rIm

: vx>ws lUlj'lUYluiJkoo in Jl riJa. grams it U attractive. the jcooinmenuutiou. of Jov. Drew. ('( ), .\ l'l'o& SrI : i for six loltb. $

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